Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1966 · Page 2
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MONDAY NIGHT , LEAGUE No. 1 W North Iowa Appliance 95 , Algonii Bafbers _ — 92 ' I 37 36 54V4 64 66% 67 74 80 84% 96% (Sjuickie -LiL ~ 68 Algona L-hes _-—- 65% Whittemore Elevator 65 ! K. of C. -__- 58 !Lindsay —„ --..52 iSchmidt '___•_ - 47% 'Weidenhoff „__-..:_ 35% ; High Ttam Strit* 'Algona Barbers ___—_ 2882 ! : High Stritt . Ted Hoover -"- 547 ! MONDAY NIGHT ; LEAGUE No. 1 W L .ZenderS —93 39 ; . Hamm's — 83 49 Budweiser , -80 52 I Betting's Hog Mkt. _ 73 59 State Farm ______ 67% 64% Gambles ———— 67 65 Iowa State Bank — 50 82 Farmers Hibred—— 33% 98% High Team Stritt Zenders —._ •____J_— 2915 High Strits j Chuck Davis ————— 591 High Gamt Ted Hoover L- —- 234 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN [ \i W L Gene's Electronics _^ 80% 39% Hamm's No. 2 -1- 70 50 Carnation..,Milk _„_ 69% 50% Pettit's — ^—— 65 51 Hub Clothiers 64% 55% Algona Lanes 50 70 Hamm's No. 1 41% 78% M & D Auto 35 81 High Team Series Hamm's No. 1 ___________ 2782 High Serie* Ed Adams ^ 576 High Gam* Ed Adams 224 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE 1 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric 87% 40% Whitte. Lockers 85% 42% Universal Mfg. Co. _ 84% 43% Buscher Bros;—,__— 75 53 Pioneer Hibred 71 57 Lindhorst Deputies _ 70% 57% NW••-Mutual—•—_—' 69% 58% Redings Gravel — 58 70 Larry's Recreation _ 55 73 Hood's Super Value 44 84 First Lutheran _•_: 38% 89% Tall Paul's-I.-. 1 ——-. 29 99 High T»tm Stritt ' Buscher Bros. __^_^—__ 294(6 High Stritt Darrell Davis 597 High Ganit DarreH Davis and Whitey Voigt __________ 233 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 { Klein's Ftom Sup. __ 94 34 j Fischer's - Store i and ,Tavern __ 90 38 L Weidenhoff 83 45 ^filbert's Enco 82 46 'Blossoms Ins. 80 48 »ATs Lounge 64 64 * National Food ——_ 63 65 *Lotts Creek Cheese 61 67 £ Algona Utilities 59 69 "Pine Room , 45 83 , Don's Place -___-„_ 33 95 ;Coca Cola —,14 114 «• High Stritt iErvin Eimers __iW 608 ;' High Gam* • Ervin Eimers -,: _l^____ 246 ; WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN . t W L •Cook's Welders ____ 89% 30% * East' End 'Groc. — 78 42 vWeidenhoff ________ 78 42 * la. State Bank ______ 75 45 v Women of Moose __ 60 60 *Petersen's Furn. __ 60 60 •> Algona Lanes _____ 57 63 I Honsbruch Drugs __ 56 64 :• J & K Tavern ______ 50 70 v Algona Auto Repair 44% 75% £ Good; Samaritan — 38 82 * Directory Service __ 36 84 High Team Series * la. State Bank _____ _____ 2380 High Seri*s ', Shirley Briggs ___________ 498 High Gam* * Shirley Briggs __,. ________ 203 ' WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN : w L > Hobarton Co-op. ___ 76 48 : Bernie's Recreation 73% 50% * Cunningham _____ __ 7Q 54 « Fenton Elevator ____ 62 62 * Bode Elevator _____ 61 63 r Borden's Dairy ____ 51% 67% * Seven-Up ---------- 51 68 * Elks Cleaners _______ 46 78 High T*am ferit* Bernie's Recreation _____ 2971 High Seriet Bu4 Briggs --------------- 575 High Gam* .; Gus Bierste4t ____________ 317 NIGHT WQMIN W ,- Viking Oil ___ 85 W L Bjustrpm's 78 50 Chrome Cafe ______ 76% 51% Viking Oil 67 61 No. la. Appliance __ 63 65 M & D Auto ,— 61% 66% Druggist Mutual 59 69 Taylor Motor — 58% 69% Algona Barbers 52% 75% High Ttam Strits M & D Auto 2319 High'Stritt Women—Jackie Muller 540 Men—Hank Geilenfeld 653 High Gtmt Women—Blanche Long 222 Men-^Jim Kelley _.: 245 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE 2 W L Colony Inn 81% 46% Algona Lanes —_ 74 54 Algona Plbg. & Htg. 69 59 Northrup King _____ 67 61 Fenton Lockers _•___ 66 62 Consolidated Co-op. Creamery — 64% 63% Standard Oil 45 83 Rusk Drug 45 83 High Ttam Stritt Northrup King i___ 2220 .High Strits Women—Carol Meyer 481 Men—Cliff Benschoter 545 ; High Gamt Women—Arina Meyer 202 Men—Cliff Benschoter ___ 198 GRANDMOTHERS L 33 >37 57 73 Kirk's Shoe Store . __ 67 Charlie's Sup. CIub-:63 Modernistic -. ______ _ 43 Twinco — — ____; ____ 27 High Team Series Charlie's Supper Club ___ 1769 High Series Francis Wiese ---- _ _____ _ 514 High Game Francis Wiese __________ 192 Five Generations — With the arrival of Tony Putnam of Spencer, there -are now five generations living in Iowa of the Carpenter family. Oldest member is Mrs. Sarah Starck Carpenter, Humboldt. Other members are Avery Carpenter, Mallard, Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter Robinson, Marathon and Mrs. Bonnie Robinson Putnam, Spencer. Swca City wins Bison Relays at Buffalo Center Swea. City high school finish ed first in the Class C division of the Bison Relays at Buffalo Center Tuesday night. Despite the frigid temperatures, six re* cords were set in the three divisions, two of Uiem in the Class C division, The Trojans edged Titoiika, 67*65 for the team crowti, Thompson was a close third with 60 while Kanawha had 52 and Armstrong "467 Results of the Class C divis- on are as follows: Field events-- discus—Ruben Titonka) 113-8; shot put—Johansen (Thompson), 43-2; long ump—Ppmmer (Titonka), 18-0; ligh junip—Hazelhoff (Swea City) 5-6; pole vault—Elliott (Swea ity), 10-3 (record). Running •v*nts—120 high hurdles—R. Hareispn (Thompson) : 17.2; mile—Swea City 5 17.2; iOO—Elliott (Swea iClty) :10.9 (record); 180 low hurdles —-Leigh (Thompson), .:'23.1. Relays—2 mile—Armstrong, 9.18:7; 880—Kanawha, 1:41.1; Medleyr-Swea City, 3.59:8; 440—Titonka, :48.0; mile—Swea city. .. >•;•••:.• •:•'•'• ;.-.. •; SENTRAL, BURT PLACE IN HAWK RELAYS Sentral placed, fourth, Burt tied for fifth and Lakota was last in the Hawk Relays won by Emmetsburg Catholic here last Tuesday. Sentral picked up 39% points while Burt had 19 and Lakota 6%. Points for the three Kossuth schools were won by the following: Shot Put — 3-Laage (S); Discus — 1-Luedtke . (S); Broad Jump — 2-Shaw (S) and 3-Preston (S); Pole Vault — 5-Lavrenz (B); Two-mile Relay — Sentral (4th); MUe Run — 1-Black ; .(B), 5-Walt man (B); 880-yard Relay — 2-Sentral, 3-Burt; 440-yard dash — 2-Johnson (L); 4-Lee (S); 180-yard Low Hurdles — 1 Geitzenauer (S); Medley Relay 4-Sentral; 880 yard run — 3- Black (B); 440-yard relay — 3- Burt and 4-Sentral; Mile Relay — 3-Sentral; 100-yd. dash -— 2- Johnson (L) tie.•-.•••' -v'•;. ifuie, 44o-y.fd, medlsy anW 880- yard relay teams all placed fifth, 1—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 4thinBullpup Humboldt swept Wit and Clear Lake the third in the annual Bulipup Relays for 7tiii, 8th and 9th grades- held here on a chilly- day at the" Algona track. AI0ena finished second In the 7th grade division and fourth in the 8th and 9th clas- 7th — Clear Lake 60%, Algo na 52, Humboldt 41, Eagle Grove 36%, Britt 23% and Emmetsburg 18%. 8th — Humboldt 78, Clear Lake 68, Eagle Grove 33/Alg. na 31, Britt 14 and Emmetsl burg 0. 9th — Humboldt 9$, Eagle Grove 48; Clear Lake'45, na 40,' Emmetsburg •; 37 rfrtd Brittle. ... .';••'.; v- ; :,:l: ALGONA WON only three blue ribbons, for vthe,/Jflay. Ker mit Olson \vpn the 7;th grade pole vauli with a >!??6" mark Fitzpatrick Won'the' : Shot pul with a 38' 7%" throw 'ind Mark Olson won the lOOryar'd low hur dies with a :14.1 timel ,,! Following are the places won by local track members: : ; ; 7th — 220, Frederick, 4th 440-yard relay, Algona, 3rd 880-yard relay, Algona, 3rd Medley Relay, Algona, 3rd; 100- yard lows, Jon Sjogren, 2nd; Shot Put, Fitzpatrick, 1st; Ellef- spn, 2nd; Shuttle Relay, Algona, 2nd; Pole Vault, Olson, 1st; Nielsen, 2nd. 8th — 100-yard low hurdles, M. Olson, 1st; 880-yard relay, Algona, 4th; Shot Put, Hunt, 5th; 100-yard dash, D. Miller, 3rd; Shuttle Relay, Algona, 3rd; 440-yard Relay, Algona, 4th!; 220-yard dash, Hunt, 3rd; Medley Relay, Algona, 4th. .] 9th — Discus, Bode, 2nd; 880- yard run, L. Taylor, 2nd; Shot Put, Bode, 3rd; 880-yard relay, Algona, 4th; Shuttle Relay; AJ gona, 5th; Pole Vault] R. .Ca LUViRNl WIN! IICTIOMAL LuVerie high- school iwoii a first found sectional tournament game Friday at Corwith,,6-3 ov* er Goldfield. Algona golfers post flrtt dual mttt win The Algona high school goll :eam won its first dual meet oi the season Wednesday, defeat- ng Emmetsburg high school 175-202 on the wind-swept AL- gona Country Club course. Since the visitors fielded onlj six men, there w«is only : a var sity match but ten' Algpna golf ers were used'to'jtetermine thi tow four, isc^s.pa^' Merry man ^as ; AAl^o^|.;^Me^jU^vn|h'' a 4; Crai^i' Ta^lpr^ and V Briii Kraf •.!*,;.*..•'.'. '.'.-. • •;:. >. •' «•• • scpres :were r*hd' .Steve rHigen, 48; ianeroft Ltdyard nine Tusday, 3*2 Bancroft — St, Johns School baseball team of cfbft rallied three times High Ban here .-.fe.ejtor.s .nipping Ledyard 8^1 Bidlfii team scored a'fun In the g.-cofld and in the fourth with Ban^cfo.ft's "plating the win; iling riifl in the fifth ihWitig. A pop up in the infield that di-ap- pad for a hit resulted in the winning tally. Dick Diets and Robert Hatten tripled tnd doubled respectively for Bancroft while Scott Blome doubled for Ledyard. R H E Ledyard 2 4 1 Bartcnift L.L 3 6 P Berg, Johnson (5) and Govern j Vaske and Wolf, Printing? Can MM ADVANCE! G Ch posting Buchanan schiUes, 47; Tim Will arid; Bruce Olson 49's ' The : eaten Bulldog? .'entertain " beaten Eagle" Grpve, here Monday^ (today) and -then V travel to Emmetsburg for a triangular meet with Garrigah,'ind metsburg on Wednesday. Garrigan has big golf week The unbeaten Garrigan (2-0) high school golfers will have a busy week starting Tuesday with a match against Ringsted, either at the Algona Country Club or at Bancroft. The Bears entertain Newman of Mason. City here Friday in a match postponed from last Wednesday because of cold weather. And then the Bears compete in the distinct tournament at Pocahontas Saturday with the top two teams plus the medalists advancing into state tournament competition. na, 5th; 220-yard dash, B. hett, 5th; Medley Relay, Alg( na, 2nd. ... .......... ^. „„ . . . v j Anniversary — Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hankemeier of Andre>v[, observed their 60th wedding anniversary April 24th in Aif' drew with an" open house. They had nine children and the fahi- ily has grown grandchildren grandchildren. to include and 18 great- Garrigan'high school last in a.^sixTte^ih^Cla^ ...,_ sion of the. Humboldt Delays on Wedhesday< and Twin River$ was : fitfh in ; the 6rteam ; i Class B ;group. "•' •• TV^ '.i-f'' i" Garrigan had, 12 ppirits while •TwinRiver^ntehed^tlit^?, far ahead of last-place Emmetsburg. compiled as'follows: Twin Rivers — Sattern; '2nd,' shotput; _Collins, 1st, and Clark, 3rd, in the broad jump; Logue, tif for 1st, pole vault; DeGroote, 4th,- high hurdles ; Rossing, 4th, ,100-yard dash; Kissinger, 4th, low hurdles; Tafteburg, 3rd, mile run; mile relay, 5th; 440-yard relay, 3rd ; 2-mjle relay, 4th: Garrigan — Daye McCarthy, tied for 3rd in high, junip; 'Jer- , ry McCarthy, third in mile run; ;Farcwsy ---------- 76 ; Hpnm's ----------- 62 * Dairy Queen -------- §9 ; Johnson House ____ 53 ^ Frederic* Hdwe. — to Coast _____ 50 ------------ 50 46% BJ-QJ, ____^ 44 -, „ Wito Twmt Serlfi . Lindsays _ 2501 ~ *»-«!«-»*• i J-UjW^I 1 ^' . T^T"^ w— — wF«-«f..»i«— wv«-v 4p!|jff|rf Girls-win a Wreal'31 Rolls Royce Wroadsfer in the Wrich NdsWrally Sweepstakes by Wrangler jeans. FRIi ENTRY BLANKS AT YOUR SAL STORE! 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