Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1966
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Swea City, Ledyard boy s winner s Cylinder also posts win in sectional meet Swea City high School opened its bid for the sectional title at Armstrong Monday night by routing Ringsted, 8fr60 in a first round Class "A" game. The Trojans meet Titonka Thursday night at 7 p.m. while Armstrong will face Emmetsburg Catholic at 8:30 p.m. that night at Armstrong also. Winners will clash Saturday at 7:30 p.m. for the title. Four Trojans finished in double figures. Torn Elliott baggec 29 points While Mike Hazelhofi added 14, Leroy Larsen 11 and Ommund Skaar. 10. Swea City led all the way, scoring 22 poi nts in" each of the first two periods for a 44-22 halftime margin- '.•'..:-. SWEA CITY (86) fg ft pf Hazelhoff ______ 11 2 Elliott ,__ 14 1 Skaar _^__—____ 5.0 Peterson, S. 0 5 Larsen, K L — A 515 Larson, C. 00 1 Anderson 311 Peterson, M. 001 Totals 38 10 21 •nes. The winners will play Sat- rday night ..at Lakota for the itle. . \ Cylinder ed&;ed Burt in the first game, 6V-52 with John VVickman sparking the victory on 22 points. ,).im Spiker hit 20 and Bruce Berkland 10. For Burt, Bob Ortmab was the top scorer with 20 points while Doug Black added!, 12 and Duane Peter 10. LEDYARD crushed Lakota in ,he second game, 82-57 although the Eagles were within four joints late in the thir,d period. But Ledyard pulled away and tallied 27 points in tile final period. \ Eugene Dontje paced 'the win with 25 while Ron Johnson had 17. Larry Hippen and Mark Hamilton shared Lakota's scoring honors with 13 each. , f Jatt 000 >anston 00 1 Laurenz 0 03 Totals 19 14 27 CYLINDER (61) fg ft pf (Vickman 8 64 piker 763 Berkland, B. 5 03 Cody 11 3 Berkland, L. —_ 0 6 4 Totals 21 19 20 RINGSTED (60) fg Hansen _'_'„ ,_ 5 Peitersen , 4 Jensen 3 Johnson 3 Fisher, M. _^_1_ 2 Miller __J__ 5 Fisher, J. 0 Totals 22 ft 0 1 3 0 2 10 0 16 P* 3 0 0 5 3 3 0 14 LAKOTA (57) fg ft Hippen 5 3 Hamilton 6 1 Koppen 2 0 Schmidt 1 0 Krominga 3 2 Weringa 1 2 Sleper 0 1 Junkermeier 0 1 Meurer 1 0 Madetzke 1 0 Mabus _ 2 1 Totals 22 13 LEDYARD (82) fg Lloyd, C. 4 Berg 0 Dontje 10 Johnson, R. 6 Lloyd, R. 4 Mayne 0 Govern 2 Johnson, B. 1 Logemann 0 Bartolo 1 Johnson, A. 0 Totals 28 * * >:< pf LEDYARD AND CYLINDER WIN Cylinder aiiti ^liedyard posted first round Class^ B.i^sectiona] victories at , Lakota ^Monday night. In semifinal games Thursday Cylinder will face Lancoln-Cen^ tral of Gruver and Ledyard takes on Rake in semifinal ga- 2—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCf THURSDAY, «i, 24, 1966 ft 3 1 5 5 2 i 3 1 0 2 3 26 28 pf 2 4 4 30 BURT (52) fg Black 5 Ortman 7 Cunningham 0 Lovstad 2 Peter 3 Redemske 1 Fries ,_ 0 Curtis 0 McFarland 1 ft pf 2 6 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 New are elected by Woman's club The Algona Woman's Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Perry Collins, other hostesses being Mrs. W. A. Foster Mrs. L. S. Muckey and Mrs Steve Wickliffe, Roll call was answered by comments on the patriotic theme. Officers for the new year were elected as follows: presi dent, Mrs. Ji B. Asa; 1st vice pres., Mrs. L. L. Riter; 2nd vice pres., Mrs. M. G. Norton; secretary, Mrs. J. A, Reid; treasurer, Mrs. John Thompson. The origin of several American patriotic songs was given by Mrs. Wickliffe. Mesdames Fred Geigel and Wesley Bartlett played America and Star Spangled Banner as piano duets. Mrs. A. J. Cotten gave an interesting history of America, the Beautiful, which the group then sang, and Mrs. Bartlett told of Yankee Doodle, the very first of our patriotic songs and that it now has 160 stanzas. The program ended with a musical skit: "Soldier Won't You Marry Me?" by Mesdames Bartlett and Cotten with Mrs. Geigel at the piano. Tickets democratic meet More than 2,000 Iowa DemoJ- crate are expected iri;Des Moi> es Friday evening for a demo- ratic congressional testimonial at KENT theater. The program ill include a speech,.by Postmaster General Lawrence O.'Bri en and an hour-lotig variety how featuring movie •andtele^ /ision actress Joan Staley am The Stepbrothers dance team Phere will be a film message Tom President Johnson, r F01 owing the program, which be ^ins at 8 p.m., those attending may meet the postmaster gen eral, Iowa's democratic con pressmen and state officials Tickets are $25 per person o $40 per couple. They may be obtained from Ruth Hurlburl Swea City; Don Murray, Bancroft, or Joe Straub, Algona. 0—GO—I—GO U-Go-I-Go 4-H club held its 'ebf-uary meeting at Jean Abbott *S with . Lee Ann - Schenek ssisting hostess. QUeefl candidate for Fun Night will be Beeky Tiefebeifi. muslratexl tdflts by Maureen Bestew ehner and Susan Bullock. Marsha Winter and Joyce Sifert lad demonstrations. Jean Abbott and Charlotte 1 Lemkee were in charge of music. Twenty girls and their three leaders were present. Mrs. Allen Bullock and Roger Hiemstra wefe guests. A workshop on February 21 was at Marcy Diamond's, daug- tter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dia- fnotJd. The U-Go-I-Go club will have a skating party at the Star Roller Rink Feb. 25. The public is invited. Jean Abbott is reporter. Almanac (Continued from Page 1) Blomster, Swea City, ' Chev.; James W. Meyer, Wesley, Buick; Donald J. Bollig, Fenton, Olds; Duane F. or Shirley M; MabeS- <ef, Lone Rock, Ford; Amey ot Jlla Clierland, Lone Rock, Ford; Fred Blumer, LuVefne, Ford; Clarence or Gertrude Schutjer, Titoflfca, Chev. Cdflfiitartt — Miss Lynn Anri Delashmutt of Turin, Iowa par* ticipated in the 1966 national "Miss Rural Electrification" beauty pageant in Las Vegas earlier this month. Miss Delash* mutt won. the right to represent her state- after first winning beauty contests sponsored by the Monoha County Rural Eiec* trie Cooperative in Onawa and si second ofie ih; She is a junior at fcast Motions high school and plans to attend Iowa State University., SACKS INTO CAR "A minor accident at the 'drive of Charlie's Supper Club on the night of Tuesday, Feb. 15, was reported to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst's office this Week- A car driven by LoTaine Bixler, Algona, backed into a parked car owned by Sheron Guridertdn, Estherville, about 7:45 p.m. that night with $150 damage to the Estherville machine. 4-H News Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE WESLEY BOYS Wesley Bov? 4-H meeting was held at the John Hildman's. 'It was decided to have a junior and senior basketball team, Weigh- in for the club calves was Feb. 18. A king candidate for Fun Night was elected. Francis Hildman presided and Mark Muehe had recreation. Joe Skow showed pictures of'dairy cattle, and the group judged them from the pictures. The next meeting will be March 10 instead of March 9. Reporter is Jerry Martinek. IRVINGTON IDEALS The Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at St. Benedict Hall Jan. 15. Carol Stebbins presided and 10 members answered roll. Two visitors were present. Birthday dues were paid and expense accounts discussed. A queen candidate was selected. Carol Stebbins, Denise Jenkinson, and Mary Harig gave talks. A demonstration was given by Debra Young\virth_ CARSON'S NOW CELEBRATING THEIR 7lh WE'RE 4 CELEBRATING OUR YEAR! REMNANTS OF VINYL AND INLAID LINOLEUM SAVE UP TO 50* CARSON'S NOW CELEBRATING THEIR 7th YEAR! 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