The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 4, 1965
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6-Algena (la.) Upp»r DM Melntt- Thursday, March 4, 1963 THE BIG ONE • AHS- GHS Game Slated Here Tonight «I»OIST« Alfrcma's Bulldogs and Gar- ripan's Golden Pears were left at the church twice this week Monday and Tuesday niphts when n blizzard completely wiped out their chances to meet in the finals of the District Basketball Tournament. After the second postponement, tourney director, Kr. Francis Conway, Garripan supt., announced the eame will Iw played (if possible - and everyone hopes is is) tonight (Thursday), with tip-off time 7:30 p. m. Without a doubt, the Garripan Fleldhouse will lie jammed with cheering fans, as was the case when the two opponents chalked up semifinal wins last Friday to reach the finale. The Bulldogs took charge during a second quarter blast and eased past Lakota, sending the Eagles to the sidelines with a 21-2 season mark, while the Bears came from behind in the last three minutes to up-end Bancroft St. John's 60-58. Coach Howie Stephenson'sbri- gade enters the fray with an 11-9 season mark, including three straight wins, while the Bears of Coach Steve McCall are now 10-11 with two straight on the right side of the ledger. Scoring leaders in the latest wins by the teams were Dale Teeter, Algona's season leader who now has 423 points, with 23, while Chuck Becker, who has come on like Gangbusters In the last half of the season, topped the Bears with 15. The contest should be close and will be the fourth meeting of the teams since Garrigan opened its doors several years ago. The Bears have won two of the earlier three contests, including a victory the last time they got together in 1962. Coach McCall, when asked what he planned to have his club do against the Bulldogs said he "might use a 2-2-2 defense" referring to the fact his team had six men on the floor at one time late in the St. John's game. Kris Erdmann Of Twin Rivers Named All-Loop Kris Erdmann, one of the top girls' basketball scorers In the entire state, a senior at* Twin Rivers high school, was one of three unanimous choices on the Twin Lakes Conference all- league tnam named this week. Miss Erdman, only senior forward named to the first team, led the league in scoring with an average of 48.5 points per game. Others named to the first team included Shirley Anderson, Rockwell City, and Margie Julius, Manson, forwards, and Mary Reidler, Rockwell City, Sandra Viser, Pocahontas, and Nancy Martin, Laurens, guards. Four Twin Rivers players were named to the honorable mention list. They were Jan Johnson, Meg Holmes, Rita Nielsen and Gracia Kraabel. Twin Rivers' Ron Frederick, senior forward, was named on the second team of the loop's * boys' selections. Don Gronbach and Rick Anderson of Twin Rivers were named to the honorable mention list. Nome Winners, Annual Ladies Bowling Meet Loretta Ditsworth posted a 610 to cop the singles crown during the annual Algona Women's Bowling Tournament, held Monday through Friday at Algona Lanes. All-events champion is Gladys Jergenson with a 1733 total, while Viking Oil took the team crown with a 2699 count and Beverly Farrow and Colleen Soper took the doubles championship with 1149. High single line (scratch) in the handicap tournament was fired by Jackie Muller, a 223. County Bowling Entered Wood Is Among Top Scorers In Iowa Loop Sig Wood, son 01 mi. «uiu Mrs. Don Wood, Algona, and former ace AHS basketballer, recently completed his freshman season at Simpson College, Indianola, where he was a starter, and listed in the top 25 scorers in the Iowa Conference. Wood, who set the all-time individual career scoring record with Algona's third place finishers in the State Tournament, winding up with 830 points over a three-year span, scored 176 points in league play this year and wound up with an 11.1 average per game. He hit 68 field goals, and 40 free tosses to amass his total. On the season at Simpson, Wood hit 117 fielders and 87 of 111 free throws (78 percent) to total 321 points and a 13.4 average. He was second best Simpson scorer during the year. Kenntth BronM Kossuth County Farm Bureau will be represented at the IFB Bowling Tournament Finals which will be held at the Merle Hay Lanes, Des Moines, March 4-12. Paul Bernhard's team consisting of Paul Bernhard, Fenton; Irvin Johnson, Ledyard; Henry Dontje, Bancroft; Ralph Wesselman, Algona; and Ray Bierle, Bancroft; placed 7th place in the District which was held at Humboldt, earlier this year. They were also recent 4th place winners at the Fairmont Sentinal Tournament in Fairmont. Others from Kossuth County who will be bowling in the State Finals in doubles and singles are Gary Hoover, Tltonka; Kent Hoover, Algona, Mike Schmit, Algona; Dale Johnson, Corwith; Cliff Benschoter, Algona; Ted Hoover, Sr.; and Mrs. Arthur Peterson, Titonka; and Mrs. Stanley Larson, Burt. 40 YEARS NEWSPAPERING Donald "Spud" Malven, shop foreman of Manchester Newspapers, has been In newspape ring there 40 years. He started as an apprentice printer with the old Manchester Democrat on Jan. 28, 1925 and has been in charge of mechanical production AM • Swea- Eagle One discussion group met at the Dettmer Thompson home Wednesday evening. Present were Reuben Holconib, Merlin Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Clark. Another discussion group met at the Cecil Thoreson home consisting of the Thoresons, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pehrson, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Johaneson andOr- ville Thoreson. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, Christmas Seals sales chairman for north Kossutii, would like to NEW and USED MACHINERY 6 - Caswell Farro-Crates each $ 48.00 Used Wagon with Barge Box and NEW Hoist, A*l condition $ 386.00 NEW Wetmore Grinder-Mlxer- . . s GET OUR PRICE! Wright Power Saws, chain or blade - March Special -10% OFF. Portable 85,000 BTU Gas Space Heater, 10% off. .THIS WEEK SNOW BUCKETS 1 Horn Bucket and 1 Humboldt each . .$75.00 New 1/2 H. P. Air Compressors complete with hose . . .$ 82.50 ARTS-WAY MIXERS 1 - Gehl PTO 10-Inch hammer- mill, with auger; repainted and ready to go $245.00 2 - Used Loaders. Will fit Allis Chalmers, WD & WD 45 1 - JD Tractor Spreader 1 - New Idea No. 17 Spreader, Good $ 345.00 2 - Rubber Tired Wagons $75.00 and up WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa (16) F-50 Knipco Heater $ 45 F-70 Knipco Heater $ 50 RH- Red Hen portable Heater w/thermostat $98 Kelly-Ryan PTO Spreader..$345 N John Deere PTO Spreader $495 #33 IHC PTO Spreader . .. .$ 545 E M. M. PTO Shelter . . . .$ 995 E M. M. PTO Shelter . . . .$ 895 MM Shellmaster w/drags. .$1395 WD AC Tractor $745 1952 U MM w/M-5Bloi-k& Power Steering $1175 A JD Tractor $ 945 ZA MM Tractor $495 2 - Case Wagon Gears, Choice $95 Walsh Flare Box w/Midwest Hoist & Westeiutorf Gear almost new $ 495 »C6 AC PTO Combine . . . .$ 695 #4440 Oliver 5-16' Hyd. Plow $795 Papec PTO Chopper w/'Corn & Hay Head $695 International Blower w/50 ft. pipe $ 325 FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY ON MAJOR OVERHAULS UNTIL MARCH 20. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, la. receive the rest of the Christmas seals receipts which are now due. Anyone interested in donating to this cause and could possibly have neglected to send their donation previously can still do so. USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS ., 1 -ModeJ,D-17Allis-Chalmers,, »with adjustable front eh'd& power steering. 1 -ModelD-17Allis-Chalmers with standard front end. 1 - Model 60 John Deere. 1 - Model G John Deere. 1 - Model WD-45 Allis-Chalmers with standard front end & power steering. 1 - Model WD-45 Allis-Chalmers with adjustable front end. 2 - Model D-14 Allis-Chalmers with adjustable front end & power steering. 1 - Model WD Allls-Chal- mers with adjustable front end. 1 - Model Wli Allis-Chal- with standard front end. MISCELLANEOUS 1 - Model 12A New Idea Manure Spreader, 1 - Model E Gleaner - In excellent condition. 1 - Model 66 Allis-Chalmers Combine - repainted and ready to go. 1 - 6 x 12 Heider Box with Hoist & H. D. - Lundell Wagon. 2 - 6 x 10 Boxes with Hoists and Wagons. 1 - Gehl Mlxall - In excellent condition. 1 - Gehl Mill with Auger. 2 - Knoedler Burr Mills. 1 - Blue Devil Roller Mill "SEE THE NEW 190-XT ALLIS- CHALMERS TRACTOR NOW ON DISPLAY." L1NDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA Te. #272-4601 (16) USED MACHINERY Series III D-17 Allis, 250 hours, like new $4000 U-M. M. Tractor 1945 "G" John Deere, new :ear rubber . . .$ 695 Several Used Loaders for Allis Used Stanhoist Loader auJ ."> n v Bucket, JD or IHC . . . .$ 150 Thieman Buck Saw, fits all makes 15 ft. J. D. Disc Chain Saw Several Used Wugons Several Used Stalk Cutters NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE US FOR YOUR SPRING NEEDS CARS & TRUCKS 1959 CHEV. IMPALA, 4-door, V-tt, straight stick. 1956 OLDS "88", 4-door 1D55 CHEV. 4-door, 4-8, power glide. 1954 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup, 4- speed, just overhauled. FE NTON MOTOR CO. On Hy. 44 In Fenton, Iowa (16) GOOD LUCK To The Twin Rivers High School Girls Basketball Team And Their Coach, Derald Swisher BEAT WEST DES MOINES, YOUR OPPONENT AT 8:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 0 " • YOUR STAUNCH, SOLID BACKERS • FARMERS ELEVATOR LIVERMORE LIYERMORE STATE BANK LIVERMORE BOGAARD FUNERAL HOME WEST BEND BODE FARMERS ELEVATOR BODE LIVERMORE OIL CO. 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