The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 9, 1965
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

AHS Matmen Host Invitational Tourney Joe Pfeffer, Mike Dailey, Paul Watklns and Mark Snyder, Back row, left to right, Dick Winters, student manager, Coach Martin, Kevin Hoover, Dean Teeter, Karl Mora, Jeff Gilmore, Larry Taylor, Randy Calhoun, Delmar Mains, Sergio Febles, Doug Cook, Steve Hutchison and Assistant Coach Don Camenisch. (UDM Plashfoto By Don Smith) . . _ •--•--_ -- —-_ -_B_^ ; _^__^^^,^—^•^••••••••^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^••^^ 8-Algona (lo.) Upper Dei Molnei Thursday, December 9, IMS Armstrong, Ledyard Split 2 Contests Ringsted Divides RINGSTED'* Lincoln- Cfcntrtl tnd Ringsted High School Ms* ketbill squtds ftwappttl Vie* torles here Friday night with Ringsted winning the boys' gtme 74- 52 and Lincoln- Oentfal gaining the decision fn the girls' contest by a 57-37 Five Sports Events Slated For Local Suads This Week There's another big weekend of sports viewing on tap for local fans, with a total of five wrestling meets and basketball games on the agenda for athletes from the public high school and Garrlgan. Here's the slate: Friday night - Hampton at Algona high, basketball; Algona high at Humboldt, wrestling; and Garrigan at Mason City Newman, basketball. Saturday - Algona Invitational Wrestling Meet, Clarion, New Hampton, Rockwell City, Algona, afternoon and evening; and Pocahontas Catholic at Garrigan, basketball. And the high school wrestlers got the whole show underway when they traveled to Rockwell City for a dual meet last night (Wednesday). Coach Champ Martin's outfit needed a win the re and again Friday in the North Central Conference meet at Humboldt to level its season mark at 3-3. The Martin-men placed sixth in the Eagle Grove Invitational last Saturday, with two men, Dave Martin and Tom Fitzpatrick, getting individual championships and two others, Tom Samp and Bruce Bennett, placed fourth. The two first place finishers are the only two regulars on the squad who remain unbeaten this season. Fitzpatrick has been credited with seven wins, while Martin, a state champion last spring, has won six and posted a draw. Fitzpatrick was second in the state meet. Coach Howie Stephenson's basketball club took a giant step right back into the thick of the loop championship race with two wins during the past weekend, bopping Humboldt, 61-41, and getting past Webster City, 64-56, upping its record in the conference to 2-1 and season mark to 4-1. Stephenson- coached teams have now won 10 of the last 11 from Webster City. The Bulldogs, who found their free-throwing eyes, hitting 33 of 39 In the two games, displayed an improved defense that could serve them well from now on as the race thickens. And the scoring balance was better, also, with three men getting Into double figures to give needed help to Dale Teeter, who hit 51 points in the two outings. Algona has now scored an average of 63 points per game while posting a 52.4 defensive mark. Teeter has counted 135 points for a 27-point average, while Dan Merryman is 47 and 9.4; Dave Walker, 45, 9; Craig Espe, 38, 7.6; and Tom Claude, 34, 6,8. Big Tom Jones, sophomore brought up to the varsity re- Squads cently, has already given the club help under the boards, making Teeter and Walker more effective. Algona holds a 118-96 advantage In field goals; has hit 79 of 106 free throws to 70 of 120 (a 75 percent mark); has committed 92 fouls to 82 for the opposition and scored 315 points to 262. Teeter now needs 97 points for a new career scoring mark. He has 734 and the mark is 830. Coach Steve McCall's Bears, fresh from a rugged 68-67 victory over Bancroft St. John's Saturday night, are perfect so far this season with a 3-0 record. They feature a quick set of starters, plus a pretty fair bench, with the reserves playing important roles in two of the three wins. Leading scorer so far is big Dick Muller, with 56 points, good for an 18.7 average. He is followed by Don Potthoff, 42, 14; Brian LaBarre, 38, 12.7; Bill Reding, 27, 9; Dick Bleich, 17, 5.7; Bob Smith, 15, 5; and Jim Youngwirth, 10, 3.3, giving the Bears balance that is tough to cope with.*^ •*&. The Bears have hit 93 field goals to 70; 42 of 71 free tosses to 54 of 105; have committed 79 fouls to 55; and scored 228 points to 194, an average 76-64.7 against three foes. Muller, who came into the season with 222 career points, and Potthoff, who had scored 357 points prior to this year, have both been in double figures in each game. LaBarre has counted more than 13 twice and Reding and Bleich have each been over 10 once. B-teams at both schools have also been impressive, with Keith Christie's Algona high club 5-0 and Coach Duane Kramer's Little Bears 2-1 so far. 7th Grade Wins Algona's seventh grade basketball team, making its first appearance of the season, downed Britt, 22-13, here Monday afternoon after trailing 12-10 at halftime. Top scorer for Coach Art Olson's club was Gary Jones with eight points, followed by Kermlt Olson with six and Dean Steven, St<?ve Armstrong, Rick Nielsen and Dan Smith with two each. Top rebounder was Steven with 18, while Olson got six steals, Steven and Nielsen, four each. Others who saw action for Algona were Neal O'Brien, Jim Harris, Johnson and Zeigler. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" BUILT-IN, THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED FOR DAIRY BARNS POULTRY HOUSES TURKEY HOUSES HOG FARROWING HOUSES MILKING PARLORS FAN-PAC Ventilating Sy»t»m» fwrnith el«*n, frtvh _~ ,, . — , . . without dr«ftj to incrftw your production «"d profit*. Hot Jvtt 9 fv>, but Q Htvry-Dvty, (nyinttrtd Ytttilgtiny 5y»/l« Whilfemore Hatchery Algona high school's varsity wrestling team will go after dual meet win number two this Friday night at Humboldt in a North Central Conference fray. Coach Champ Martin's outfit is 1-3 so far and will be out to improve its record with a win. Then on Saturday, the Bulldogs will host the first annual Algona Invitational Wrestling Meet, with four varsity teams and four B-teams set to battle it out, with opening round matches to start at 12:30 p. m. The consolation and final round matches will begin at 7 p. m. Squad members and coaches shown here include, front row, left to right, Tom Fitzpatrick, Bob Bradford, Bruce Bennett, Dave Martin, Russ Shaw, Clint Young, Randy Riedinger, Tom Samp, Steve Claude, Larry Munger and Bill Carlson. Second row, left to right, Brad Farnham, Denny Miller, Phil Bode, Calvin Haahr, Lance Rutledge, Roger Menneke, Don Camp, LEDYARD - Only seven points separated the victors and the vanquished here Friday night as Armstrong and Ledyard basketball teams divided victories. Sharon Waldschmldt and Claudia Cecil tallied 30 and 28 points respectively to pace the 74-70 win for the Armstrong girls. Barb Schroeder totaled 36 points for Ledyard. In boys' action Armstrong's 6-8 center John Luscombe scored 31 points, but Ledyard's overall balance countered with a 71-68 win. AllanLindell chipped In 18 points for the loseri. Ron Johnson and Eugene Dontje each totaled 17 for Ledyard while Richard Lloyd finished with 1C an J Craig Lloyd added 12. ARMSTRONG GIRLS (74) FG FT PF TP LEDYARD GtRLS (70) FO FT PF TP sehroeder Kloeke Lloyd Menke DeBoer Beok Johnson, J. Johnson. C. TOTAL 10 16 7 6 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 2 36 2 20 3 8 1 6 5 0 5 0 1 0 6 0 24 22 25 70 ARMSTRONG BOYS (68) FO FT PF TP Watt 2145 Lindell 9 0 4 18 McManus 0000 Luscombe 15 1 4 31 Rooney, JL 2347 Rooney, Ja, 3137 TOTAL 31 6 19 68 LEDYARD BOYS (71) FO FT PF TP 3 17 4 15 2 17 2 2 0 12 Greg Hanson led Rinflted'l balanced attack with 22 points with Monty Miller added 16, Monty Fisher 13 and Jim Fish* er 10. Gjerde paced Lincoln- Central with 12 points. Mary Justus totaled 24 points pacing the Lincoln-Central girls' victory and Linda Miller was high for Ringsted with 17. PINGST3D OmLS (87) ' FO FT PF TP 15 Watson Miller Sorenson Jensen At 'jreon Thompson Id-use TOTAL 5 7 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 17 0 a 2 0 2 0 5 0 1 3 13 11 12 37 Johnson, R. Lloyd, R. Dontje Bartolo Lloyd, C. Oovern TOTAL 7 6 7 0 3 2 3 3 3 2 6 4 1 8 25 21 12 71 Waldschmldt Barrett Cecil, C. Rooney Cecil, D. Olson Barg Clark McManus . 10 10 4 6 12 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 30 2 14 0 28 0 0 0 0 2 0 HOBBY Hans Marcussen, 84, of Jacksonville, has an unusual hobby. He collects plastic food and cleaner bags and now has it all balled up. It weighs 57 pounds. Hansen Peltersen Jensen Johnson Fisher, M. Miller Fisher, J. Pedersen TOTAL RINGSTED BOYS (74) FO FT PF TP 8 6 2 28 2216 0010 2105 5 3 4 13 3 10 4 2 1 0 25 24 14 1 16 4 10 1 2 OFFICE SUPPLIES — Busineu forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. GOOD NEIGHBORS EN OW TO ABOUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Al Grill, Irvington Our week Country is Al Neighbor this Grill,. Jr., 26, Irvington, who farms a total of 400 acres with his father four miles sofith of Algona along high- drills had 110 acres of,, corn, 30j acres of oats, 50 acres', of beans fend more than 100 acres of pasture and hay during the 1965 growing season. They also have Holstein milk cows, calves and chickens, and Al especially enjoys working with the dairy herd. He was born here, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grill, Sr., who live in Algona. He also attended school here and graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy where he lettered in baseball and basket- ball in high school. Bowling, reading and hunting and fishing are his hobbles. The Inside of the Grill farm was remodeled recently to accomodate a bulk tank for cooling milk. ^Mrs. Grill is the former Mary Jo ThUges;*Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Thilges of West Bend. Mary Jo and Al were married at West Bend June 2,1959, and have a daughter, Jeanne, 5. They met at the Junior-Senior Prom at St. Cecelia's, he asked for a dance and date and Mary Jo accepted. ; She is a licensed practical nurse, was trained at Marshalltown, and is employed now part-time at St. Ann hospital here. She says bowling, reading and baking are her hobbies. (UDM Polaroid Flash- foto) Uppor DOB Molnos Publishing Co. PRINTING AT in 'MOT - WITH QUALITY AND ECONOMY AlfeiHI Butcher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mollne - Kelly-Ryan - Pap* Ntw Idea Farm Machinery Phone 1W4U1 Robinson Construction Co. Sleux Steel Buildings Building Construction p ilM, ttrratth. I*M i and MM of kail** , iniUt OB E. E. Mobliuon EM* ea Hwy. tl Phone 2M4374 Joe Bradley Equipment, pictured above, is your complete headquarters for farm machinery, Firestone passenger, truck and tractor tires, farm and commercial trucks and machinery repair, plus many top lines, such as Oehl, Firestone, Oliver, CMC, Massey Harris, Butler Bins, Winpower, Speedy, Continental Belton Co., Meyer Elevator, Allis-Chalmers parts and ethers. The firm is located just south of the Algona Hotel, where you will find a complete up-to-date machinery end truck repair shop. A new building has been completed as well as many other improvements mode. You will find them ready to serv. ice any and all of the equipment sold and friendly service is always found. Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algoit Farm Machinery — Trueki — Tirti AlltfChdmw OUvvr CMC Tiuekl FUtiion* Tlrti Phone 295-M21 Alton* Phone 4161 Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY A SERVICE Located east of Algona on highway 18. Pboue 205-3561 Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT 'MOTOR THUCKS Sties & Service Plume ALGONA Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped T« Serve You Completely" Plumblnf . Hf»il*| Ibftt M*Ut G*i or QU Pumpi W»t»r Complftt I'honr $i ALUON.V

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 12,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free