Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1966 · Page 5
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SPORTS MONDAY, FPB. 23, 1966 ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE-5 Ledyard and Swea to finals Swea City and Ledyard, two of the three co-champions of the- State Line basketball conference, moved into the finals of sectional tournament play Thursday night but the third co-champion, Armstrong, fell. Ledyard met Lincoln-Central in the "B" finals at Lakota Saturday night while Swea City faced Emmets burg Catholic at Armstrong in the "A" finals. Both winners will compete in the Garrigan district this week. Ledyard used a dozen players to subdue Rake, 65-48 while Lincoln-Central won the other "6" game over Cylinder 64-59. L-C led at the half, 32-27 but had to come from behind in the final quarter. Jon Cody paced the losers with 23 points. Meanwhile, Ledyard had an easy time with Rake, building a 32-18 halftime lead and a 46-24 third quarter margin. Eugene Dontje paced the winners with 15 while Craig Lloyd had 14. SWEA CITY turned back Ti tonka's bid 58-49 at Armstrong Thursday night. They trailed 11 9 after on period and then stor med to a 31-27 halftime lead They led by just two after three periods. Mike Hazelhoff paced the win with 20 points while Ommund Skaar had 10. Roger Akkerman was the night's top scorer with 21. In the second game at Armstrong Thursday, host school Armstrong lost to Emmetsburg after leading at the half, 35-31. ••-••;• '.-.'? cage meet LuVERNE BOWS TO GOLDFIELD PocahonMs — Lu Verne was oiocked out of the sectiona ournam.en.ts by Goldfield Thu sday night at Pocahontas, 83 46. The Lions ended their sea on with a 9-11 mark whil Goldfield is 20-2 for the season lex Bristow topped the Lu Verne scoring with 13 points. TWIN RIVERS ROMPS, 100-70 Humboldt — Twin Rivers of Bode upped its season mark to 15-4 and shattered the century mark with an easy 100-70 victory over Corwith-Wesley here Thursday night. The losers ended at 1-17 for the year. Pacing the winners' attack were Kirk Rolland with 20, Doug Logue 15, Rick Anderson 14 and Dave Halsrud with 10. Easter Seal letters now in the mail LEDYARD (65) fg ft Lloyd, C. 3 8 Bartolo 0 2 Berg 2 1 Dontje 7 1 Johnson, R. 4 1 Lloyd, R. 111 Mayne 002 Govern 402 Logeman n-f'--'^^* I "*1 *" 3 Walker 01 0 Johnson, A. 111 Totals 24 17 16 Twin Rivtrt git* thru on top team Three Twin Rivers basketball players were named on the Twin Lakes All-Conference teams recently. Rick Anderson, 6'5" Liver^ more senior, was named to the first, team. He finished fourth in conference scoring with a 15.9 average for 12 games. Also honored was Steve DeGroote to the second team. He is a 6'4" senior. Sue Erdman of the girls team was placed on the second team and honorable mention was awarded to Donna Cran and Jan Johnson, junior girls, and Jerry Berge, Dave Talsrud and Kirk Rolland. RUNNERSUPS IN the recent Grade School basketball tournament held at Garrigan high school is this team from Algona, coached by Beanie Cooper. The Algona 1 club lost in the finals to Whittemore by just two points, 35-33. Pictured, left to right, front row. Ryan Lynch, Gary Cooper, Steve Ka- jewski, Randy Studer, Mike Black and Ronnie Eischen; back row, left to right, Cooper, Mike Cooper, Gary Erpelding, Frank Black, Mike Skilling, Walter Bradley and .Chuck Cassel. Their season's record was 6-2. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from mi nor aches and pain often associated with Arthritis, Rheuma tism. Bursitis, Lumbago, Back ache and Painful Muscula aches. Relieve these discomforts or your money back. On sale a HONSBRUCH drug store. High Game iJean Metzen 214 LAST WEEK'S FROM THE ALGONA LANES This year's Easter Seal Cam paign to finance special treat ments, rehabilitation, loan equipment, Camp Sunnyside Homebound services, Youtl Council, and many other servi ces for the handicapped of Iowa was officially opened this wee! 0 with the mailing of over 800,000 01 sheets of blue and gold Easter 01 Ssals to homes and businesses 4: throughout Iowa. According to Mrs. Russell Patterson, Easter Seal Chairman for Kossuth County, the campaign -will r,un through ^Easter Sunday, April 10, and climaxes months of planning and MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L North Iowa Appliance 72 28 Algona Barbers ____ 70 30 68 Ohamplins ___________ 61% 38% Whittemore Elevator 56 Quickie ____________ 50 Algona Lanes ______ 48 Lindsay Soft Water _ 42 K. of C. 39 Schmidts 37 SWEA CIW (58) fg ft pf Skaar _. - 504 Hazelhoff 764 Elliott 3 0 1 Peterson 321 Larson, L. __- 230 Larson, C. 312 Totals 23 12 12 TITONKA (49) fg ft pf Akkerman 933 Janssen -. 014 Pommer 5 1 3 Rafdal 300 Michaelsen _ 4 2 5 Totals 21 7 15 preparation volunteers. by hundreds of She urges all residents of Kossuth County to be on the look out for the Easter Seal let ter, and to respond generously to the appeal. A self-addressed return envelope is provided with each letter for mailing of eon'tributions. Those residents who may have been missed or would like additional seals may call Mrs. Patterson, Burt, al 924-3444 or write to Easter Seal Committee. Advertise in the Advance — Uraett PAID circulation! ONE-TIME BUY! Women's Imported Leather Gloves 40 50 52 54 61 63 Veidenhoff 18% 81% High Team Series Vorth Iowa Appliance 2841 High Series John Levy 591 Directory Service __ 28 High Team Series Women of the Moose 2426 High Series Loretta Ditsworth __ 533 High Game Loretta Ditsworth 216 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hobarton Co-op. 64 36 Cunningham Cafe __ 57 43 Fenton Elevator 52 Bode Elevator 52 44 48 Beraie's Recreation 49% 46% High Game Seven-Up __________ 44 ' 1 ' 8 Dairy — 56 Joh'ttMSBV* ••-' y ~~~ MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Zender's 68 Hamm's No. 2 67 Rolling's Hog M.kt. _. 60 Budwc'iser 58 L 32 33 40 42 State Farm 50% 59% Gambles __47 Iowa State Bank 40 53 60 Farmers Hybred __ 28% 71% High Team Series High Team Series Elk Cleaners ______________ 2914 High Series Paul Hasse ___________________ 624 High Game Paul Hasse ___________ _ 222 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics __ 67 29 Pettit's 57 39 Hub Clothiers 54% 41% Carnation Milk 52% 43% Hamm's No. 2 52 44 Algona Lanes 39 57 Hamm's No. 1 31% 64% M. & D. Auto 30% 65% High Team Series Hamm's No. 2 2821 High Series Vern Teeter 593 High Gat.-ve Vern Teeter 222 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Pittman Finance Corp. 67% 28% Zenders •__ 62 34 Moorman's Feed 53 43 Hutzell's Office ___ 44% 51% Femic 31 65 Minn. Woolen + 30 66 High Team Series Finance••, s c High Series Women—Lavon Lindhorst . 535 Men—Clayton Pittman — 582 High Game Women—Heide Ferguson _ 211 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 W L Colony Inn. 62% 33% Algona Lanes 56 40 Algona Plbg. & Htg. 53 43 Northrup King 48 48 Consolidated Co-c^. Creamery 45% 50% Fenton Lockers ; 45 41 55 63 * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, * THANK YOU NOTES A complete •eleclkm A* will pleue ereiy .Brife yet the price* are mo lent*, Advance Pub. Co. \,,\ Ml MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN Standard Oil 41 Rusk Drug 33 High Team Series Fenton Lockers 2233 High Series Women—Jerri Brlggs 484 Men—Ray Sewick 583 High Game Women—Jerri Briggs 180 Wen—John Golwitzer 222 No 2 Yellow Corn in No. 2 White Oats in February Beans 1.08 .68 2.61 ont out May 1.12 .72 2.64 Zendcr's High Series Chuck Davis High Came Chuck Davis THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Viking Oil 65 27 Lindsay 66% 29% Fareway 62 34 Hamm's '51% 44% 2970 Dairy Queen 51% 44% I Johnson House ._ 45 604JVogel Cardinals 45 1 Coas't-To-Coast 42 216 V. F. W. 39% 56% 51 51 54 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L U-tt Electric 67% 32% Whittemore Lockers 65% 34% Universal Mfg. 64% 35% Lindhorst Deuptics _ 56% 43% Pioneer 55 45 Northwestern Mutual 53% 46% Busoher Bros. 51 45 leding's Gravel 48 52 arry's Recreation 41 59 Hood's Super Valu __ 36 64 'all Paul's 29 67 irst Lutheran 28% 71% High Team Series indhorst Deputies 3072 High Series Sob Braatz 608 High Game Dr. Rooney 231 ACTUAL $6 and $7 VALUiSl 399 Exciting savings on Women's Italian-made leather gloves. Fashionable short styles. Mostly sizes 6V? to 8. Assorted colors. Hurry in! Save! TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W rischer's Store 74 Klein's Farm Supp. _ 72 Weidenhoff 69 Blossom Ins. 64 llbert's Enco 60 Al's Lounge 56 Lotts Creek Cheese 48 National Food 47 Algona Utilities 45 Pine Room 32 Don's Place 26 Coca Cola _ 7 High Team Series Weidenhoff High Series Al Grill High Game Leroy Heinen Frederick Hdwe. __ 39 57 Gambles 34 62 Everds Bros. 31 61 High Team Series Lindsays 2463 High Series Joyce Dailey 524 Charlotte Baldwin 524 COFFEE CUP LEAGUE W L Eight Balls 45% 30% Bobetts — 42 34 Black Cats 41 35 Petticoats 40 36 Question Marks ___ 33 43 Sharks 26% 49% High Team Series t ils .,. „_£__. .25.78 Hi|h Serief^^^"" Eulalie Altman 506 High Game Marge Chase 202 Men—Clayton Pittman 215 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W L Chrome Cafe 60 36 Bjustroms 56 40 Viking Oil 55 41 Taylor Motor 48 48 No. la. Appliance __ 48 48 Druggist Mutual ___ 43 53 M & D Auto 40% 55% Algona Barbers ___ 33% 62% High Team Series Taylor Motor 2304 High Series Women—Charlotte Baldwin 534 Men—Ken Meyer 667 High Game Women—B. Long 202 Men—Ken Meyer 234 GRANDMOTHERS LEAGUE W L 21 29 38 48 Kirk's Shoe Store __ 47 Charlies Sup. Club _ 39 Modernistic 30 Twinco Beauty Salon 20 High Team Series Charlies Supper Club 179( High Series Francis Weisc . 49' High Game Helen Kirkland 19 Whittemore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds ;-tK)p"per:i;orirtance-^^-i^^-'i: CO-OP asoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Our New Portable Grinder Now In Operation Tele. 295-5614 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS DURING WINTER MONTHS . L 26 28 31 36 40 44 52 53 55 68 74 93 3057 _ 576 _ 214 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welders 74% 21% East End Grocery — 67 29 Weidenhoff 59 37 Iowa State Bank __ _ 59 37 Women of Moose ___ 49 47 Petersen Furniture _ 47 49 Algona Lanes 44 52 J. & K. Tavern 42 54 Honsbruch 41 55 Algona Auto Repair _ 36% 59% Good Samaritan 31 65 Plan proper wiring. .. When you're planning your dream house... plan adequate wiring for your needs today and tomorrow. You'll need wiring to handle your electric range, electric dishwasher, electric disposer, electric refrigerator ... and all those electric appliances that help you with your kitchen chores. You'll need enough wiring for other parts of the house, too ... for water heating, air conditioning, electric home heating, and dozens of other tasks. For modern electrical living, get modern electrical wiring .., right from the start. Algona Municipal Utilities SECOND TIRE When you buy (be first at price listed below Turnpike Proved Goodyear All-Weather "42" SIZE 6.70x15 6.70x15 7.50x14 6.70x15 7.50x14 6.70x15 8.00x14 8.00x14 TYPE Tube-type blackwall Tube-type whitewall Tubeless blackwall Tubeless whitewall Tubeless blackwall Tubeless whitewall FIRST TIRE 11.72 14.18 15.40 17.88 19.12 21.58 SECOND TIRE 1/2 PRICE 5.86 7.09 7.70 8.94 9.56 10.79 All prices plus tax GO NO TRADE-IN NEEDED • The only low-priced tire with extra mileage Tufsyn rubber • Extra strong triple-tempired 3-T nylon cord • Free mounting MO MONEY DOWN,..*! 2 * \VEEKLYBUYSAPAIRl More people ride on Goodyear tires than on any other kind. o GOOD/YEAR Hilton's Sinclair Service 295-3654 State & Jones Streets

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