Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1966 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1966
Page 12
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4-ALOONA (!•*•) ADVANCI THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 19M THURSDAY, MARCH f, 1^ ALOONA ft.**) ABVAHCt-§ yam**** • I State Champion 112-lb. Class I TO THE State Champion 154-lb. Class Larry Munger Lurry Munger became the second 112-pounder in history to bring home • state championship trophy to Algona (Monte Black did it in 1951). He climaxed a fine season with 22 wins and four losses. His only Class A defeat was to Mike Matern in the sectional tournament and he avenged that loss twice in district and state competition. His other losses were to Class AA wrestlers one of whom won the state AA title and another placed third. Larry finished with 80 points for the season and still has one more year of competition. ' BMMMMVMMWMMV STUN G STATE CHAMPIONS of IOWA Class "A" Division Bulldog Lettermen Who Helped Bring The Trophy Home 95 - Paul Watkins 103 - Bill Carlson 120 - Steve Claude 133 - Randy Riedinger join the many fans and students in offering our sincere congratulations Dave Martin Dave climaxed a brilliant career with his second title in a row. He had a dual meet record of 27 wins, no losses and one draw for the year and had a 4-year career record'of 80 wins, 5 losses and two ties. He was also unbeaten in junior high. He won six titles this year. Martin set a new school one-season point record of 110 for the 1965-66 campaign. He was the first Algona hgh school wrestler ever to go undefeated during an entire season. Only blot on his record was a season-opening draw with Lee Johnson of Britt and he later avenged this tie several times. oo Bulldog Lettermen Who Helped Bring The Trophy Home 138 - Glint Young 145 - Russ Shaw 165 - Bruce Bennett and Max Miller 180 - Bob Bradford and Kevin Hoover : State Champion Heavyweight Class Tom Fitzpatrick Tom if the first heavyweight wrestling champion in history for Algona high school. He had a record of 25 wins, 3 losses during the 1965-64 year and all three losses were to Class AA competition, all of whom competed in the state tournament in that division last weekend. His total points of 104 for the year also broke the old point-record. Tom had a two-year career record of )7 wins, 7 losses ana one draw as a heavyweight. He was the 1964-65 state runnerup in his division a year ago. CONGRATULATIONS FROM THESE ALGONA BUSINESS MEN ... ALGONA BARBER SHOP ALGONA BOWLING LANES ALGONA DAIRY ALGONA FLOUR A FEED ALGONA GREENHOUSE ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY — Jim Kolp ALGONA LIVESTOCK MARKET ALGONA MACHINE SHOP ALGONA PLUMBING A HEATING ALGONA PRODUCE ALGONA THEATRE ARNOLD MOTOR SUPPLY ANDY CRAWFORD, INSURANCE BLUE A WHITE ONE STOP BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE CO, BOHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY BOMGAARS BEN FRANKLIN M. G. BOURNE, M.D. DANIEL BRAY, M.D. BUCHANAN ABSTRACT BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT BLOSSOM INSURANCE BENSON WELDING CARGILL, INC. CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT CO. THE CHRISCHILLES STORE CHROME SERVICE- STATION COAST-TO-CQAST STORES COLONIAL MOTEL COWAN CORP. CARSONS FOR COLOR DAU'S OLDSMOBILE A RAMBLER GARAGE DIAMOND'S DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. DUNN'S SURE SAVE EAST END GROCERY ELBERT'S ENCO SERVICE ESSER DRY CLEANERS FARMERS SERVICE CENTER FABER CONSTRUCTION CO. FAREWAY STORES, INC. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSN. FREDERICK V & S HARDWARE FUNK PLUMBING A HEATING GRAHAMS DEPT. STORE GAMBLE'S HARRISON'S VARIETY HOBARTON CO-OP. ELEVATOR, Whittemore HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS A LOAN ASSN. HONSBRUCH REXALL DRUG HOOD'S SUPER VALU HOPKIN'S SKELLY SERVICE HUTZEU'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT HUTZELL'S CITGO HUB CLOTHIERS IOWA ABSTRACT A TITLE €0. IOWA STATE BANK 11 Coach Champ" Martin CONGRATULATIONS FROM THESE ALGONA BUSINESS MEN ... i During an illustrous career as Algona high school wrestling coach. Lean "Champ" Martin has brought home three state team runnerup trophies and two third place trophies. But his 1965-66 state championship team is the first he has coached in Algona since beginning his duties here 20 years ago. His prophecy at the Start of the season that he would have an average dual meet team but a good tournament team came true last weekend at Waterloo. JACK'S OK TIRE SERVICE JOHNSON HOUSE JOHNSON MAID-RITE KEN'S AUTO SERVICE KIRK'S SHOE STORE KOSSUTH MOTORS KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSN. KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY LARRY'S RECREATION LAING'S PLUMBING & HEATING LINDSAY SOFT WATER OF ALGONA LUDWIG'S CAFE MODE-O-DAY SHOPPE MOR-GRO, INC. MONTGOMERY WARD MODERN DRY CLEANERS MIKE'S CORNER POCKET NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. J. C. PENNEY CO. PERCIVAL MOTORS PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. POST MOVING A STORAGE READ'S FURNITURE RON A JACK'S RUSK'S DRUG S & L DEPARTMENT STORE SAITER'S DAVIS PAINT SCHULTZ BROS. GARAGE A STATION THE SECURITY STATE BANK SEELEY REALTY CO. SHEAKLEYS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. SHILLINGTON BARBER SHOP SHILT'S BROWNBILT SHOE. STORE SJOGREN'S GROCERY SMOKE SHOP SUNDET INSURANCE CO. TALL PAUL'S TAYLOR IMPLEMENT TAYLOR MOTOR CO. THUENTE PHARMACY UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. UTT ELECTRIC SERVICE VAN'S CAFE VIKING OIL CO. WAGNER DX SERVICE BENNIE WIBBEN, CONTRACTOR ERNIE WILLIAMS FARM EQUIPMENT WILTGEN JEWELERS WEIDENHOFF, INC. ZENDER'S State Runnerup 127-lb. Class J Tom Scimp Tom Samp lost out as state champion by the narrowest of margins and finished as 127-pound state runnerup. He had 82 points for the season. His season's record for 1965-66 was 20 wins, seven losses. Of these defeats, five were by one point including his state finals defeat in an overtime. He is a senior and is finishing his career. As a junior last year, Tom had a 14-won, 6-loss record. J

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