Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 10, 1966
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Once-beaten Bears, Bulldogs win * *« tuit Chttdf had 12, Al MirtoW It »nd Perry Eimcrt 10 for the io§> en while th« Tilers • get ¥ 26 &At§ from Al Uftdeli aftd 16 mot* from big John Luscombe, ; NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE W L Pt». Opp. Pts. Clear Lake ____ 6 1 443 395 ALGONA 5 1 394 319 Humboldt 4 3 456 507 Iowa Falls 3 4 465 461 Clarion 3 4 404 427 Hampton 3 .4 432 469 Eagle Grove 1 6 390 442 Rttultt U<t Friday Algona 80 Iowa Falls 51 Clear Lake 80 Humboldt 65 Hampton 62 Webster City 59 Clarion 65 Eagle Grove 60 St. John's rips West Bend by 87-44 Tuesday Bancroft — St. John's high school stretched its season's re cord to 6-3 with an easy 87-4' victory over West Bend here Tuesday night. The Johnnies had four men in double figures. Rob Mattel paced the win with 21 point: but Dick Diers added 15. Miki Carpenter 13 and Chuck Fai row 11. SPORTS Win 5th straight game with ease; Eagle Grove next Four men in double figures highlighted Algona high school's fifth straight win of the campaign Friday night as the Bull dogs rolled up their biggest point total and victory margin of the year in snowing under frigid Iowa Falls, 80-51 in the local gym. The Bulldogs, now 7-1 for the season and ranked No. 15 in the state by the Des Moines Register, moved away to a quick 5-0 lead and were in command throughout. Iowa Falls never got closer than five points after that and the Bulldogs had a 25-11 first quarter margin. Most menacing gestures by the visitors came after Algona had built its margin to 35-17 midway in the second quarter. The Cadets cut it to 35-22 but again nevr got closer. Coach Howie Stephenson cleared his bench in the final four minutes. THE BULLDOGS got ten big points from Dale Teeter in the first period and that was half of his total output of 20 for the night. Craig Espe pitched home 16, a dozen of which came in the opening half, which ended at 41-25. Dan Merryman had a hot hand in the second period, bagging four goals and finished with 16 also. The other double- figure lad was Dave Walker with 11. The locals led 62-36 after three periods. Actually, Iowa Falls was not that bad a ball club. They played good dc fense, rebounded well and hac good speed but they were noi good shooters (at least on this night) and missed a number o" open shots. The win kept Algona in sec ond place in the North Central _.._.- - . . Conference with a 5-1 mark and The Th ° m P son &*}* further trimmed the teams with ope"**. 42-31 as Ledyard's Sue Karels paced her team with 14 MONDAY, JAN. 10, 1966 ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE— 5 Ledyard boys set new school record-104! West Bend (44) fg Wirtz 4 •rrienert 1 iudgeman 6 lanselman 7 Banwart 0 Blair 1 Barber 0 Totals 19 ft pf 1 4 0 4 3 4 1 3 1 0 0 6 Bancroft (87) fg Carpenter 6 Diers 7 Hatten 8 Murray 4 McCarthy 2 Farrow -- 5 Vaske 4 Meyer 1 Schneider , 1 Totals 38 ft 1 1 5 0 2 1 0 1 0 11 3 0 1 19 Pf 4 4 1 1 2 1 16 Burt — Ledyard's boys posted a new school scoring record with 104 points here Tuesday night as they crushed Burt 10472. The old mark was set Feb. 5, 1965 in a 103-27 win over Burt. Eugene Dontje paced the Ledyard attack with 28. Roger Mayne added 17 and Ron Johnson popped in 13. Ledyard used reserves during almost half of the game and all eleven players to see action got at least four points. Hurt's top scorer was Bob Ortman with 26. Ledyard led at the half, 51-34. The Burt girls won the opener with an 82-69 victory, dau- dine Cranston had 28 points for the winners while Linda Fairbanks added 19. Eugenia Klocke. paced Ledyard with 36 while Ranae Lloyd finished with 19. Ledyard Ackerman Becker, N. 0 Meyer 0 Becker, L. 0 Totals 31 Ledyard Boys (104) fg Johnson, R. 5 Berg Lloyd, R. Girls (69) fg ft pf Schroeder 321 Klocke 15 6 1 Lloyd 831 tfenke 301 Vlackinner 005 DeBoer 004 Beck 003 Johnson 004 Totals 29 11 20 Lakota sweeps Thompson in pair of games Thompson — Lakota swept past Thompson in a pair of State Line Conference games here Tuesday night. 1 4 Dontje 13 Bartolo __. 1 Lloyd C. — 2 Govern 3 Logemann — 1 Johnson, B. 4 Mayne 6 Dontje, A. 1 Totals 41 Burt Boys (72) fg Redemske 6 Cunningham 1 Moore 0 Black 3 Ortman 11 Fries 0 Lovstad 4 Peter 3 McFarland 1 Prestus 1 Totals 30 Burt Girls (82) fg ft pf Lappe, Charlotte 10 8 Cransten 12 8 Fairbanks 8 3 Lappe, Charlene 1 0 0 0 0 0 19 ft 3 2 0 2 2 2 1 2 1 5 2 22 ft 0 1 0 2 4 0 0 1 0 4 12 6 2 fears post 8th win Friday atPocahontas • Sporting enough hot hands to k«ep a blast furnace going full tilt and more rebounding power than they ever needed, Garrigan's Golden Bears shot to a big early lead and only kept stride as they cut down Pocahontas Catholic's Eagles 68-58 at Pocahontas Friday night. Led by Don Potthoff, Dick Muller and Bill Reding, the Bears took a 13-2 lead midway through the first quarter and played even-steven to finish the first stanza holding a command ing 19-8 lead. Muller netted seven points in the first stanza as Potthoff am Reding split the remainder o the nineteen by totaling six apiece. Groff and Amick tossed in four apiece for the Eagles. ONLY ONE thing was differ ent the second quarter. Th referees, who were letting lot of slapping by both teams o, decided to notice the viola- 27 P« 2 5 1 5 4 1 0 26 ions. Thus, Garrigan boys were called for plenty of fouls, nine n all. Poky basketballers, led by im Amick and Bob Hudek, re- ponded by connecting on nine 1 thirteen gift shots to outscore the Bears 15-13 but failed to gain much. Hot shooting prevailed and he Bears went to the dressing CHURCH FIRE — The 1897 church, First Presbyterian Church in Mt. Pleasant and one of Iowa's oldest churches, went up in flames Dec. 30th. The con gregation had observed its 125th anniversary last April. 25th Plans are being made to buiU a larger church. less than four losses to just three. Besides the regulars, Stephenson got another good reserve job, this time from Bob Farnham, who was moved up to the varsity earlier in the week. He relieved Bill Boldridge a couple of times and bagged five points. THE BULLDOGS start their second time around the loop (except for the postponed Hampton game), with Eagle Grove there next Friday. They met Spencer in a Clinic game Saturday night. Coach Keith Christie's junior varsity remained unbeaten, and almost untested, as they posted their 8th straight win in the opener, 74-52. They led 35-25 at the half. Rich Black and Dale Peterson shared scoring honors with 16 while Greg Belts had 14 anc points. In the boy's game, Lakota nipped the home club 47-46. Trailing by seven going into the Inal quarter, Lakota outscored Thompson 11-3 to win. Larry Hippen led Lakota scoring with 15 points. Lakota Girls (42) fg ft Karels 2 10 Boyd .__ 2 0 Leonard 2 2 Leonard 2 Coy, B. 0 0 Rusher 0 0 Hertzke 1 1 Christ 0 0 Sheldahl 1 0 Roger Meyer 12 as four boys also hit in double figures in the opener. Algona (80) fg ft pf Teeter 76-71 Merryman 72-22 Walker 5 1-3 3 Espe 64-42 Boldridge 10-03 Laws 0 2-2 0 Waller 10-10 Farnham ._ 2 1-2 0 Kraft 1 0-0 0 Barr 04-40 Briedert 0 0-0 0 Totals ____ 30 20-25 11 Iowa Falls (51) fg ft pf Gahan 2 0-0 4 Klein 6 1-1 3 Meyers 20-12 Weaver 2 1-3 1 Sail 4 2-3 0 Whitney 2 3-4 Deal 1 0-0 Hornung 2 2-2 Totals _— 21 9-14 15 PAINTINGS — A photo of Mrs. Delos Molt of Hampton recently appeared in 'the "Famous Artists Magazine". Mrs Mott is a graduate of the Famous Artists Course. She said that her painting saj.es this year have paid for the Artists Course tuition, and "would have reached $600 if I'd found time to finish my orders. Imagine having fuu ajad maMug money too." Totals 13 16 Lakota Boys (47) fg ft Hippen 6 3 Hamilton 2 2 Junkermeier 1 5 Sleper 2 2 Smidt 3 0 Krominga 0 5 Koppen 1 0 Totals 15 17 Pf 2 0 3 -1 0 2 0 14 P* 25 room with a comfy 32-23 lead. The Bears, led by Muller and Potthoff, shot a .536 clip the first half as Pocahontas shooters managed a mere .241 percentage. As for rebounding, the Bears led by a mere 23-22, which indicates a certain amount of tenacity on the part of the Eagles n the second quarter. THE THIRD quarter was much the same as the first but on a lesser scale. As Dick Muler stashed away the rest of his 23 points by netting twelve, the Jears outscored the opposition >y 21-16 to take their greatest lead of the night, 53-39. The last quarter, as was the second, was Pocahontas pretty good but not good enough as they could chop only four points off the lead. In post-game interview, Coach Steve McCall exhibited a strong respect for the ability of the Eagles, noting especially their hot final quarter shooting. LOOKING AT his own group McCall stated explicitly that "we were rather rusty after that long layoff but we did han die the ball better this time 'Moose' (Muller) did a real gooc job (23 points, many rebounds and the bench did a pretty de cent job. Youngwirth, Long, ftfttraf Otrlt (73) ffl Voigt -^ - 8 .Wehrspan 7 Reding Jossed in 10_ more Elmers 13 *-•"-•" Blanchard i. 0 KrtUse —•__ 0 Oeitzenauer 0 Douglas 0 Total* _'_ 28 Sentral Boy* (45) fg Eimers 5 Collins 6 Uthof 3 Marlow 5 apiece. For the losers. Pat Groff tossed in 23 points also as Jim Amick and Bob Hudek added 15 and 10 respectively, The Bears record now stands at 7-1 pending the outcome of the Saturday game with Ban* croft St. John's. * * * Outseoring the Poky $«phs 39-15 in the second half, the 3olden Cubs came from a 21*23 talftime deficit to win 60-38. Cevin O'Brien pushed through .8 points as Jack Muller added 17. Brown had 18 for the losers. Armstrong and Sentral split games Tuesday Kerber 1 DeSart 2 Totals 22 ft 5 7 6 0 0 0 0 18 ft 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 3 6 2 3 II 1 0 4 2 1 0 7 HONOREE — Mrs. Virginia Witt, Elkader, was honored last month for her 53 years as A member of The Coterie, an Elkader study club. She received a pin and certificate from the federated women's clubs. Mrs. Witt has held every office in the club in her many years of membership. Fenton Sentral and Arm- and La Barre all came off the bench and did good jobs." Looking on into the future, McCall stated that "they'll be tough in, the tournament" and went on to appraise them as capable of beating anyone in the tournament (diocesan). In scoring, Muller led the Bears with 23 as Potthoff and strong split a pair of basketball games here Tuesday night, the Armstrong boys- winning the second game, 63-45 while the Sentral girls won the opener, 73-64. Sentral led most of the girls game and built a 38-34 halftime lead. Three girls did all the scoring. Vickie ; Eimers had 31 and Teresa Vdigt and Betty Wehrspan 21 each to account for all 73 points. Bonnie Barret hit 26 and Sharon Waldschmidt 23 for the losers; The Sentral boys fell behind in the second quarter and could never catch up after that. They ALGONA ENDS WED. JAN. 12 ADULTS ONLY! an incredible orgy of sights and sounds Narrated byGEORGE SANDERS TECHNICOLOR ROMA 14 senior boys enroll in class Home Economics A Home Economics class for senior boys has started at the Algona high school. Enrolled are 14 boys, some of whom are athletes and farm youth. Miss Jane Dannewitz will instruct the class which meets sixth period on Tuesday and Friday. A realistic program has been set up with Housing as the first unit of study. Here all types, apartment, trailer, house and dormitory housing will be discussed. Tips on buying, financing and decorating win be included. Other phases of the course will include relationships be^ tween parents and dating problems, clothing selection, simple repair, laundry, and ironing will be taught. Preparation of convenience and low income food plus outdoor cooking, party planning and manners will be included. The boys will receive one-half credit for com pleting the course. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM SALE '.* ,: ?' " ••• ^S -.; •;.»; w A* •-•:* $ &-• X z ••&;-•«•'* To settle the late Al Farland Estate we will hold a public auction on farm located 5 miles north and 3V* west of Swea City black top or 1 mile south, 3 miles east, 2 miles south, % mile east of Carson State Line store on: Thursday, Jan. 13th Donn's Lunch on Grounds SALE STARTS AT 12:15 P.M. 4 TRACTORS 1963 Allis Chalmers model D-17 (series 3), last D-17 made. Less than 1,000 hours. Complete with wide front, power steering (like new); 1954 McCormick model super M.T.A. Gas 3- way hyd., live power take off, live hyd., hr, meter, heat hou- ser, tractor has both wide and narrow front end, (wide front end to be sold separately); 1951 Me model N, 2-way hyd. and hour meter; 1952 M. Moline model with hyd. POWE.R MACHINERY Me. D. model 2 M. E. 2-row mounted corn picker complete with grease bank, blower, hyd. and manual lift, M. mountings; 1964 A-C 4-bot. 14" tractor plow; 1964 A-C 4-row rear mounted cult, with rubber gauge wheels; Oliver model 42-40 3-bottom trip bottom plow with large tail wheel; John Deere model R.W. 14-ft. wheel tandem disc with greaseless bearings; John Deere model 490 4-row corn planter with round tongue, rubber press wheel, fert, and hyd. lift; John Deere 11% ft. field cult, on rubber; John Deere 4-row Rotary Hoe; 1952 Case model A. 6 combine comp.; Stan-Hoist manure loader with snow bucket; Me 7-ft. tractor mower; Oliver side delivery rake; Me model 10-C hammer mill with traveling feed table and P.T.O.; Twindraulic trailer type sprayer; 4-sect. flex, harrow with stubble evener; Case rubber tired tractor manure spreader. OTHER MACHINERY Kewanee 48-ft. model 300 wide type underslung grain elevator; Crop King 50 ft. grain elevator; Me endgate seeder; Farmers Friend elevator speed jack; 2 rubber tired wagons with 15" rubber, hoist and flare boxes. FEED 300 BALES ALFALFA HAY MISCELLANEOUS ft FEED EQUIPMENT 330 gal. gas barrel on steel stand; 250 gal. gas barrel with hoses; Jarnesway 70 gal. hog waterer; Pride of Farm 40 bu. steel hog feeder; Ideal 30 bu. hog feeder; 5 bu. Rotary hog feeder; 3 steel tanks; A-C hyd. cylinder; 2 M.C. dual action cylinders; 2 single action cylinders; 4" 16-ft. grain auger; electric fence posts; chicken feeders; roll-a-way nests; 2 feed bunks; Tox-0-Wick hog oiler; Tox-O-Wick cattle oiler with face fly attach., new; 100 bu. cattle feeder; 4 pen hog house with plank floor; 10' x 14' grainery; 10' x 12' brooder house; grease gun filler and other misc. items. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Blonde bed room suite comp. with bed, spring, mattress, vanity, chair and night stand; Hot Point apt. size refrigerator; dining room set, table, chair and buffet; Beige living room set; 20 ft. Hot Point freezer; Bendix electric clothes dryer, like new; Dexta twin tub washing machine; RCA 21" console TV set; knee hole desk; 2 metal clothes closets; writing desk; parlor furnace; 9 x 12 wool rug; Korina wood gun case; end tables;. Franklin sewing machine; 2 dressers; upholstered chair; and other misc. items. CARS ft TRUCKS 1959 Chev. 3 4 ton pickup comp. with 4-speed trans., 6 cylinder, grain box. new tires (sharp); 1957 Plymouth 4 door V-8 comp. with radio and heater in good condition; 1950 Ford 2 door 6 cylinder with heater, runs good. Usual Auction Terms Not Responsible For Accidents No Property Removed Until Settled For Al Farland Estate Owners Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers Swea City State Bank, Clerk iff. If it's tough sledding through the winter with your present furnace, install dependable gas heat today. Your heating problems are over once you install a gas furnace. You get fresh air warmth even on the coldest days because gas constantly circulates air that's filtered fresh and clean. No problems with heating costs either, because gas is economical. There are so few moving parts that repair bills are practically unheard of. For carefree heating get dependable, automatic, healthful, economical gas. See your gas company for the names of dealers who sell gas heating equipment. Live modern for less .,, with gas. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 2«?484 COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SERVICE 10 EAST STATE ALGONA

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