The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1965 · Page 10
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10-Al§eno, (In.) Upp»r D«« Melnw Wednatdoy, Dee. 29, 1965 AH.S. Frosh-Soph Cage Squad Swea Trojans Win Seventh Straight Game Outscored from the Held 26-25, the Swea city Trojans used free throws to beat Bancroft 64-56 and extend its victory string to seven in a row for a 7-1 overall record. The Trojans made 14 free throws to only four by Bancroft. Swea City got double figure scoring from atrio-MikeHazel- hoff 18 points, Tom Elliott 16 and LeRoy Larson 14, with Steve Peterson chipping in nine points. Robert Hatten scored 22points for Bancroft before fouling out of the non-conference contest. Dick Diers took second high honors for Bancroft with 19 points. The box score: BANCROFT (56) The Algona high freshman-sophomore basketball team is pictured above. Left to right, front row, David Beisell, manager, Max Laird, Jeff Allen, Paul Bell, Rod Rogert, Steve Chrischilles, David Lowman; second row, David Roeber, Dean Lowman, Mike Belts, Tim Black and Greg Allen; third row, Roger Barr and Nell Smith. «I»OIST« Wrestlers Go To Osage Wednesday Ex-Algonans Youngsters Star As Ft. Worth Preps Algona high school's wrestling team leads the charge of area high school athletes back into competition after the Christmas break with a trip to the Osage Invitational Meet today (Wednesday). Coach Champ Martin's team has a 2-4 dual meet mark to date, placed sixth In the Eagle Grove Invitational early In the •easonj then won the Algona Invitational Dec. 11. the locals placed third in the Osage Meet a year ago, Martin has two undefeated grapplers, his son, Dave, 154- pounder who has won all of his matches since battling to a draw in his opener against Brltt, and Tom Fitzpatrick, heavyweight, who has no blots on his record. Martin placed first at 145 last spring in the State Meet, while Fitzpatrick took second. Following the Osage trip, the locals host Hampton here Jan. 8 in a North Central Conference dual meet, travel to Eagle Grove, Iowa Falls and Charles City for duals, then complete their regular season here against Osage Jan. 28... The Sectional Tournament is slated for Feb. 7 " 10< — Meanwhile, Coach Howie Stephenson's public high school basketball team opens its post- holiday season with a trip to Clarion Jan. 4, while Coach Steve McCall's Garrigan team travels to Pocahontas and a meeting with Catholic Jan. 7. Carpenter Diers Hatten Murray McCarthy Farrow TOTAL FG 4 9 10 2 1 0 26 FT 1 1 2 0 0 0 4 PF 4 1 5 1 4 0 15 TP 9 19 22 4 2 0 56 SWEA CITY (64) Hazelhoff Elliott Skaar Peterson Larson, L Larson, C Anderson TOTAL FG 7 7 0 3 . 6 , 0 2 25 FT 4 2 2 3 2 1 0 14 PF 1 3 0 2 1 3 0 10 TP 18 16 2 9 14 1 4 64 Stock Cars Will Run On Fridays Here In 1966 1 A son and daughter of two former Algona families, now living in Fort Worth, Texas, played major parts in recent school activities there. The Blue Raiders of Fort Worth had Pat Stebritz as a regular halfback on the 100 Ib. team in competition, and Nancy Asa, also pictured above, is a cheerleader for the same squad. The team had not been scored on all year, but finally lost in the national playoff game against New Orleans for the national championship. Nancy is the daughter of the Don Asas, and Pat is the son of the Bob Stebritz family, both formerly of Algona. The "Bowl" game was played Dec. 4 at Texas Christian University football field. Varsity-Alumni Benefit Game At Garrigan Wednesday Dec. 29, the Garrigan varsity basketball team will play the alumni in a benefit game. Game time Is 8 p. m. The Garrigan freshmen team will play the sophomores in the preliminary game starting at 6:30. This game is being held to raise funds for the purchase of a whirlpool bath for use by the sports program at Garrigan. Because it is a benefit game, regular activity tickets and Booster tickets will not be good for this game, Addmlssion will be $1 for adults and 50? for students, All basketball fans are urged to attend this benefit game because it not only should provide good basketball entertainment but also aid a good cause. For the alumni, such stars of the past as Mike Cink, Oscar and Lee Froehlich, Dick and LeRoy Heinen, Jerry Bradley, Chuck Becker, Steve and Jerry Studer and Mike Smith will be present. Automobile production in 1907 in the U. S. totaled over 50,000 cars valued at more than $100,000. new Dwight Cook, Algona owner and manager of the race track at the fairgrounds here during the coming season, announced information of interest to car owners and drivers and fans alike this week. The first event will be May 27, and there will be stock car races each Friday night during the summer months, with warm-ups slated to begin at 8 and racing at 8:30 p. m. every week. There will also be at least one night of races at the Kossuth County Fair in August. - Cars to be used during 1966 will not be referred to as semi- modified antf hobby stock cars - but as stock cars. Capable of turning the quarter-mile track here almost as fast as the roaring modifieds featured during the past several years, bodies of later-vintage autos will be used - up to 1960. Modified engines will be used, but there will be a limitation on the carburetion from recent years. This change has been made, according to Cook, to allow the cost of autos to be dropjjed in an attempt to make it possible for more cars to be built and run here. There has already been much enthusiasm among car owners and drivers alike - and it appears there will be plenty of cooperation, which should assure a great season of racing. Cook has been contacted by many owners and drivers from this area and from cities further away, with many indicating they will have cars in operation here. There has also been a change announced for admission, with adults to pay $1, with children under 12 free when accompanied by parents. Anyone wishing further information may get rules, which are now being mailed, from Dwight Cook, Box 426, Algona. SHOP HARRISON'S PRE - INVENTORY SALE NOW THROUGH DEC. 31 1 ENTIRE HARRISON * ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE * BECAUSE OF NEW YEAR'S EVE WE'LL BE OPEN THURSDAY NITE 'Til 9 YEAR-END everything Goes! ©SCW.INC GUARANTEE TOP QUALITY We know w« have Juit jhe right ear for you. Pick from hordtopi, tedant, all dependable used can at a price you can afford to pay. Come on down and chooie one today. OK USED CARS 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA SUPER SPORT 2 door hardtop coupe, V8 engine, Powerglide transmission, Power steering, Tinted glass, Radio, White wall tires, Less than 23,000 miles. Dark blue exterior, blue vinyl bucket seat interior, LIKE NEW. 1964 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, Standard 3 speed transmission, Tinted windshield, radio with rear seat speaker, Low mileage, Light blue color with fawn interior, 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door sport sedan (hardtop), V8 engine, Powerglide transmission, Power .steering, Power brakes, Tinted glass, Radio. White wall tires, Air conditioned. Beautiful black exterior with black impala interior. 1964 MERCURY, COMET, CALIENTE 2 door hardtop coupt, V8 engine, Automatic transmission, Tinted glass, white wall tires, Radio, Red color with red interior, LOW mileage. 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door sport (hardtop) sedan. V8 engine, (327 cu. in.), Powerglide transmission, Power steering and brakes, Tinted glass, Radio,. White wall tires, Red color with white top, and red interior, 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door sedan, V8 engine, (283 cu. In,), Standard transmission, Radio, Tinted glass. Red color, SHARP. 1962 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, Standard transmission, Radio,. Tinted glass, New white, paint on exterior. Mileage maker, 1962 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 door sedan, V8 engine, Power- glide transmission, Radio, Tinted windshield, Black color with red interior, 1962 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door sedan, V8 engine, Power- glide transmission, Tinted glass, Radio, Black exterior with fawn Interior, 1961 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 door sedan. V8 engine, Power- glide transmission, Radio, Tinted glass, White color with turq, interior, bargain at $875,00 19$1 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4 door sedan, V8 engine, Power- glide transmission, Radio, Tinted glass, Air conditioned. Motor completely overhauled, White color, 1960 MERCURY 4 door sedan, V8 engine, Automatic transmission, Power steering and brakes, Radio, Tinted glass, $475.00 1960 PLYMOUTH 4 door 9 passenger Station Wagon. V8 engine, Automatic transmission, Power steering and brakes, Radio, Tinted glass, This is one of those buys of a lifetime. One owner garage guarded jewel, This looks and drives like new. 1959 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 4 door, 6 Cylinder engine, Standard transmission, Radio. $475,00 1959 CHEVROLET BEL AIR 4 door sedan, V8 engine, Automatic transmission,, Radio, Tinted glass, Blue and white, $495,00 USED TRUCKS 1963 FORD !/2 Ton Pickup, V8 engine, 3 Speed transmission, Heavy duty springs, 8 ft, box. RED. 1961 CHEVROLET % Ton Pickup. V8 engine, 4 Speed transmission, Heavy, duty front and rear springs,, Low mileage. 1961 CHEVROLET Va Ton Pickup. 6 Cylinder engine. Radio, 6V2 ft. box. 1953 CMC % Ton Pickup. 6 Cylinder engine, 4 Speed transmission. Heavy duty springs, etc. 1963 CHEVROLET '/2-ton pickup, 6-cyl., 3-speed, 6 ft. box and low mileage. Red. YOUR CHOICE FOR '49.00 UNTIL JANUARY 1, 1966 1958 OLDSMOB1LE. 1956 CHEVROLET 4 door.V8 1954 CHEVROLET 2 door. MO TO R S HI: 295-3554 •AlGONft.lOWA

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