Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1966 · Page 4
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1 4-ALOONA (l«w«) ADVANCE TMUMOAY, MAY 12; 196* Algona wins sectional (golf meet Saturday -; • • '- ' A •, . •, .. • *£ The Mgoha high school golf feafti won first place in the sectional most at Pocahontas bet- torday and advanced into district fompetition this Saturday at Po- CahontaS; Again, the top two teams plus the two medalists advance to the state meet. The Bulldogs had a 325 team 1, three strokes ahead of sec- Snd place Humboldt and six in front of third place Garrigan. Humboldt, also qualified for the ilistrict. ^ !<i >•• '• v Dan Mcrryman led the Bulldogs with a 75 while Phil Tay lor carded a 78 and Brad Kraft ind Gregg Buchanan carded *6's. * Medalist for the meet Was Charles Moran of Graettinger with a 72 while runner Up Bob Newburry of Catholic of Pocahontas had a 74 and also advan- toes to the district, f Garrigan had a team total of § 1. Bob Smith with a 75 was st one stroke off, the co-med- st pace. Brian LaBarre added a 79, John Hamilton carded an 84 and Dan Owens a 93. •-•*.'•' • •' •' • •'• .'..•?.' ,y'';' &-•' •II win Trophy V The Algona high school golf team split a pair of golf matches this week, defeating Humboldt Monday night and losing to Estherville Tuesday. Both matches were, at the Algona Country Club. The Bulldogs edged Humboldt 166-167 Monday as Brad Kraft shot a 39 to pace the locals. Dan Merryman and Phil Taylor had 42's and Don Ha gen and Gregg Buchanan had 43's. V Estherville defeated the locals 168-175 Tuesday. Phil Taylor was,low for the locals with a 41 while? Merry man had a 43, Buchanan 44, Kraft 47 and Ha- gen 49. The Junior Varsity won both matches and finished the season with one loss, the opener against Clear Lake. In the Humboldt meet, John Vtill had a 43, Bruce Olson anc Stave Chrischilles 47's ant Craig Taylor a 48. The locals won 185-205. Against Esther ville, the JV's won 191-197 with Craig Taylor carding a 46, John Will a 47, Bruce Olson 48, Steve Ohrischilles 50 and Tim Will 55 '* '' ', "'•''• ' '-.!'• Bairigan wins final golf matt Garrigan high school finished its dual meet golf season here Tuesday afternoon with a 165178 victory over. St. Edmond's The Bears completed their season with a 4-2 mark and will end their campaign in the Diocesan golf meet at Fonda next week. , John Hamilton sparked the Bear win with a 39 while Bob Smith had a 40, Brian LaBarre a 42 and John Bradley a 44. This was the best showing the Bears have made all season. The Bears lost to Newman of Mason City at Mason City Monlay, 340-345 in an 18-hole meet. Bob Smith led the locals with in 81 while Hamilton had an 85, LaBarre an 86 and John Bradey a 93: Others competing whose scores didn't get in the top four were Steve Erpelding 97 and Dan Owens 98. Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms, Sydelle, Cindy, Jo Lynn and Douglas called at the Victor Fitch home.Thursday evening. ; • THE ANNUAL iSPRlNO Trophy Shoot sponsored by the Izaak Walton League was held Sunday and some or tKevtop winners are pictured: Left to right, Pat Henderson, Mallard, 16 yard winner- Luther Fairbanks ;Jr,, Algona, 3rd high overall and .travel trophy winner; Bob Olson, Britt, 2nd high overall;|A^st}n Brown, Bradgate, high handicapj.and Mike Altman, Algona, high overall ' **'• * •- Photo by Poundstone;Studio. Bancroft nips Rock-ford 24 St. John's of Baiicrbfti always a power in lowa^high- 'school baseball, continued : unbeaten for the spring season and ! V< : *<:m Ready now! The remarkable new ^ if AND All OTHER MODUS Siz'/Jing sport version of the pop'$ ; ™, * t' > i ,, t- uUr Honda 90, Top performance, sleek new design, remarkably low f ' »« 4* ! J * I " price, See thei$uper 9Q today at ' il NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER HONDA DIVISI9N 4 y 310 E. ST^TE.-.AWSQNA,.PHONE; 295-3818 ed into sub-state play Monday as it edged Rockford 1 2-1 at Mason City. J~:''..'.-• . The Johnnies are now- just a game away from the state meet with the sub-state game-to be played against Spauldlng of Granville Saturday. •') Bancroft scored first/in the second when Toni Murray walked, advanced to second on.:.'a balk and rode home ori Tom Nemmers' single. Rockford tied the score in the top of the'third and then Bancroft iced the ga me with a run in the fifth., With two out, John.; Meyer beat out a slow roller down the third baseline and moved to second on a fielder's choice on Steve Schneider's grounder Then Chuck Farrow, Crapped the game-winning single. .V Bancroft committed ; five errors but Dick Diers pitched brilliant ball, allowing just three hits and struck out 14. He walked only one man, BANCROFT (2) . AB, Schneider, 2b __—^_-_^_ .^r Farrow, 3b __ '. —j-^L^ySl Vaske, ss . '_; •^-i^'~C~'4 : ''»' Hatten, Ib .-liiill^v Diers, p —____ ; _-_-;r^,.;'3''. ; . Hutchinson, rf 'il:_,,l_<l;;$^ Murray, If ^'_J:1_J_V^2'^ Nemmers, cf '-A--P-''"3>Meyer, c L_^wii.__i-,-3",'.' Totals 1_4-- !28 Titonka first in district tract meet Titonka high school won its awn district Class C track meet ast weekend with 39 points anil advanced a number of team members into the state meet. Twin Rivers wound up third with 32% points while Swea City garnered 13 points, LuVerne 15M: and Burt eight. The first two individuals and relay teams in each event advance to the state meet plus all third place finishers with times better than another district, champion. Tom Cosgrove paced the Indian Victory with firsts in the 120- yard high hurdles (:17.2). But the Indians rolled up the points in relays, winning three of the five. They copped the 880 in 1:36.6; the mile in 3:42 and the 440 in .•46.1.' Twin Rivers took the, 2- mile relay in a time of 8:53.8. • Mike Hazelhoff and Tom Kockler also took home blue ribbons for the Trojans of Swea City. Kockler, one of the best tillers around, ran the distance n 4:49.9 while Hazelhoff cleared 1" in the high jump. V vilie, Wte., Mrs; Bertha Smith and'Mrs. Minnie Jutting. The Albart .Mttzgars, of Lone Rock, and Wilbur Kieweits, El more, were Sunday : guests o Wilbert Boeckholts at Game for Mother's day and the anni vefsify of tfte Wilbur Kieweits, Mr. and Mr«. Oft Frandfhl were guests an Mothers day of their daughter the Martin Zimmermans, Whittemore. They called on Mm. Freda Zimmerman in the afternoon. Bears to open season hero this Friday The Garrigan high school baseball team will open it* summer season when it meets Corwith-Wesley on the Bear dl- imond at 4 p.m. Friday. The Bears have an extensive 12-game card during May and June, winding up in the section- nil tournaments beginning July 8. Coach Kramer has a fine nucleus of 10 lettermen including four pitchers. Regular starters Bill Milder and Don Potthoff will get relief help from Bill Reding and Dick Bleich. Reding plays regularly in the infield and Bleich in the outfield. Also slated to help out on the mound are newcomers John Mertz and Jack Mueller, who play in the outfield ordinarily. OTHER letteremen are catch ST Dick Mueller, outfielders Joe Seeker and Dick Thul, third- baseman Chuck Geilenfeld, se- ond baseman Dennis Long and shortstop Mike Lickteig. Also slated to help out are Tom Wag ner, catcher, and Steve Eischen iirst base. Kramer reports he has 25 to 30 out for the varsity team and another 20 to 25 freshmen are expected on the frosh squad. A complete schedule follows Fri., May 13 — Corwith-Wes ley, home, 4 p.m. Mon., May 16 — Bancroft, home, 8 p.m. Tu«.,May 17- there, 4 p.flt, tllU^ Mlf II ger, tlitf*, 4 p.m. WW<* May 25 ere, 8 deaf Lak«, Bancroft, th« son Qty (doubieheadef), there, 10:30 a.m. . • _. Thura* Juna 4 — Forest City, here, 8 p.m. Sat,, June 4 — Clarion, there, 8 p.m. • ' • " „ ' . Men., Juna * — Eagle Grove, there, 8 p.m. TUM,, Jont 7 — West Bend, there, 8 p.m. Wad., Juna 8 — Clear Uke, Frl., Juna 10 — Fort Dodge High, there, 6 p.m. , there, 8 High, Fort JS her*, $ jMti June H here, 8 . West Bend, f rl«, Jyna 44 — Fort Dodge High, here, 8 p.m. . let., Juna 25 — forest City High, there, 8 MINI.; June High, here, 8 p.m. p.m. 27 — „ Eftgle Grove Tuet., Juna 28 — Humboldt High, here, 8 p.m. , Wad,, Juna 2* — Mason City High, here, 8 p.m. _^ Thura,, Juna 30 — Fort Dodge St. Edmonds, there. OPEN - FIRST RACE OH MAY 27 - • Thrills ;."• Chilli • Spill* • Top Entartalnmant Only for Adults Free Used Car — To ba givah away at tht first race by — SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS South Phillip* Street ALGONA HERE'S SOMETHING ... , ..WORTH LOOKING INTO! A SIMPLIFIED SERVICE, OFFERED FREE, TO GIVE YOU A HAND WITH YOUR MONTHLY GAS BILLS — A GAS BUDGET PLAN WITH NO STRINGS ATTACHED! Rockford _ Bancroft _ 001 010 000 0—1 30 6 5 SOCIETY M-D GUEST DAY Union Township Mothers and Daughters club will meet May 12 at the Civic Center in Union township for a Mothers Day Tea and Guest Day. Each member is asked to bring a guest. There will be a program of music and readings. There will b& recognition of certain mothers, Ber tha Sarchet, Julia Taylor and Eva Arend are on the program committee. Neva Shipler, Helen Haas, Irene Nitcftals, Maurine Hovey, and-Camilla Metzger are on the menu committee. CENTRAL ADVANCES TWO TO STATE MEET Sentral of Fenton advanced wo trackmen to the state Class 3 meet last Friday in the dis- rict at Milford. Luedtke won the Discus event With "a toss of 124'5". to qualify while Geitzenaucr also advanc id by placing second in the low Hurdles. Sentral compiled 10 points in" the meet. 'Armstrong advanced one man, Trenary, who won the 880-yard run and the team had 14 points. West Bend won seven points but didn't qualify any one for the state meet. Jon Fab Mar AUTO RACES 1966 SEASON'S GRAND OPENING "FEATURING" THE MIDWEST'S 'NEWEST' AND VASTEST' 1/2 NEE HIGH BANKED RACE TRACK MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS SUNDAY MAY 15th 9 P,M, RAIN POSTPONEME NT FglQAY MAY P.M, FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS ING. Bavarly Helmars, Iowa City came Friday for a visit with her parents the Harm Helmers. On Monday, she went to Vail to visi her brother and family the El don Helmers, from there sh« visited at Laiu - ens with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bell, an aunt of her mother. She also visited with Mrs. Dick Rigby, the former Joyce Anderson, a former Algo- iia girl. She then returned here and left for Iowa City to return to work Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Jamas Hayt been visited by the latter's sister Mrs, Kermit Burtis, of Waterloo, who came Thursday and was joined here Sunday by her husband. 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