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Bears Thunder Past Another foe, 83-32; Clinic Is Next Garrigan's vaunted defensive play allowed the Golden Bears to bomb Emmetsburg Catholic here Monday night, 83-32. The point Spread was second greatest in the school's history, only an 84-32 Victory over Pocahontas Catholic a year ago beating Monday's mark. The Bears; winners of their last three games and possessors of a 4-1 season mark under Coach Steve McCall, travelled to Ft. Dodge and the first meeting of this season with St. Edmond last night (Wednesday) and will tangle with Forest City here at 7 p.m. in the first of two Holiday Coach- Ing Clinic games next Wednesday, Dec. 27. Illness struck the McCallmen again Monday as Jack Muller was not up to par after being sick during the day. Two starters, Mike Elbert and Kevin O'Brien, were not suited for the Pocahontas Catholic contest Saturday night, but did see limited duty against the previously-unbeaten Emmetsburg outfit Monday. The coach, however, has indicated he does not favor the sickness plan, although his club raced to a pair of lop-sided wins. It was Nellie, bar the door, Monday, as far as the visitors were concerned. The Bears got off to a good start, taking a 2111 lead at the end of eight minutes. Play during the period did not indicate things to come. Not by any means. The locals, using theft tactics and a very effective fast break, broke the game wide open during the second stanza. With nine men seeing action, the Bears left the court and headed for the locker room with a 47-19 bulge. Garrigan's defense, which is based on the line, "don't let them shoot," was near perfect. The visitors, who managed only 38 shots from the floor during the entire fray, got 18 the first half. Gar rigan fired 48 times before the half. The onslaught continued during the second half, with Muller and Steve Wingert leading the attack. Muller continued to hit from the baselines and Wingert, who cooled from outside, combined with the former to manage some tip-ins for points. Wingert also hit well from inside. Garrigan reserves played out the final eight minutes as a total of 12 men saw action, with all getting into the scoring column. Wingert, who got into double figures the first time in his short varsity career with 16 points against Pocahontas Saturday night, canned 19 Monday and grabbed scoring honors from Muller, who had been top man in each of the first four contests. Muller was next with 14, while Jim Fickbohm and Jim Walker added 10 each and John Winkel notched eight. Neary led the losers with 13 and was the only visitor in double figures. Under the boards, Wingert, who has shown vast improvement as a rebounder, led the way with 15, while Muller, who has averaged 15 each fray since the opening game this year, got 14. Muller's scoring average at present is 20.4 through five contests. The latest outbursts, against Pocahontas and Emmetsburg, have allowed the Bears to raise their offensive average to 74.3, while the defensive mark has dipped to 49.7. The locals have outscored the opposition overall, 372-248. Muller is the only scorer in double figures, but Wingert is now averaging eight points per outing, while Kevin O'Brien, Dave McCarthy, Walker, Mike Elbert and Fickbohm are all in the 6.4 to 7.5 bracket. Box Score: GARRIGAN (83) FG FT F Muller 62-33 Fickbohm 50-02 McCarthy 0 2-24 Walker 5 0-1 3 Wingert 75-82 Black 1 0-0 1 Winkel 32-40 Elbert 20-02 O'Brien 1 1-2 3 Kajewski 2 0-0 3 McGuire 02-43 Kollasch 1 3-5 1 33 17-29 27 Garrigan's sophomores, who dropped their opener, came up with their fourth straight win in the curtain-raiser, 65-36, as Coach Dick Walsh got an all-out effort from everyone on the squad. FAMILY VACATION Mrs. Eugene Clark of rural Osage won a week's vacation and the entire twelve members of the Clark family will help her spend the week at Lake Okoboji this •ummer. SPORTS CHAIR-UFTS?METAL SKIS NOPE/ NOT EVEN SNOW.' THE GREATEST. COV7/?/- BUTION TH/5 COUNTRY -HAS MADE TO SKIING /S ST&TCN PANTS • BB Team Hosts C-Lake; Grapplers To Ft. Podge Activity on the sports scene here slims down a bit for the next couple of weeks, due to the holiday break, but fans will still have plenty to see this weekend as the Algona High basketball team and wrestlers are in action Friday night. The basketballers, winners of their last two contests and riding a 5-1 season mark, host what must be considered the best team in the North Central Conference- Clear Lake, here, while the grapplers travel to Ft. Dodge and a dual meet with the Dodgers who took first in the recent Eagle Grove Invitational. The wrestlers are 3-1 in dual competition. In latest outings, the wrestlers dropped a 20-19 dual decision at Humboldt Friday, then finished second 'among eight ^.teams in the Algona Invitational "Meet Saturday, while the basketball team belted Hampton, 72-51, Friday night, upping its loop record to 3-1, right behind the highflying Clear Lakers, who are 6-0 for the season and 4-0 in the conference. Clear Lake is led by the two Grabinski brothers, Ken, who has been giving teams in this area all kinds of problems for several years, and the younger brother, Steve, who has made his presence felt already, although a newcomer on the varsity level. Using last week's averages, the latest from the loop, Ken had a 25- poi(|t per game average in the loop while Steve is scoring at a 14.5 clip. As a team, the Lions are averaging more than 70points per game, while their defensive mark of 57 is quite good. And, the club also leads in rebound average with 41 each time out. Coach Howie Stephenson's hustling bunch will have to put out all the way against the much taller Lions - IF they are going to pull this one out. But, on past performance, they can't be ruled out. Algona is averaging 65.7 points per game and has a 54.2 defensive mark for the season (not just loop activity). Scoring leader so far is Rog Meyer with 89 points and an average of 14.6 per game. However, he isn't alone in double figures. Dale Pederson, who has hit 43 points in his last two frays, now has 85 points for a 14.2 mark and Rich Black, perhaps most exciting of the Bulldogs to watch, has 71 points and an 11.8 average. So, the guards, Pederson and Black are hitting about 26 points per night between them. Grouping the three top scorers together, it is apparent, Denny Richter, Tom Jones, Craig Taylor, Mike Betts and the rest of the Bulldogs are going to have to surpass average efforts if the Lions are to be handed their first loss. The struggle should be worth witnessing. Coach Champ Martin's grapplers will be led in the Ft. Dodge struggle by the big winners (so far), Don Camp, 9-1; Steve Claude, 8-1-1; Phil Bode, 8-2; Bruce Bennett, 7-3; and Rob Claude, 4-0-1. The two Claudes and Gump won Individual crowns as the Bulldogs narrowly missed winning their own Invitational Meet. Bode, Duane Hunt and Steve Fitzpatrick, who has done well as a freshman heavyweight, took seconds; and Gary Gade, Larry Taylor and Bennett wound up with thirds. As a team, the Bulldogs have won 69 matches, lost 38 and had three wind up in draws. A fine record, which with a slight bit of luck against Humboldt would have kept the club undefeated to this point. The Dodgers reportedly have another fine team. They downed Algona, 24-18, here last season, 26-18 the year before after Algona won, 18-17, during the 196465 campaign. The Bulldogs also won the year before that, 20-16, so in recent years all meetings of the two schools have been quite cozy. Martin would like his club to begin another winning streak, one that could still bring a loop title. Sioux City CYO Tourney To Start Jan. 21 Garrigan's Golden Bears, winners of the class A A championship last season, will open defense of their Sioux City diocese CYO title here Sunday, Jan. 21, at 7:30 p.m., according to word received this week from Rev. Wm. J. Ortmann, diocesan athletic director. The Bears, who won the crown Jan. 29 with a 63-50 victory over Carroll Kuemper, face the same club in first round action this season. The game will be played in Garrigan fieldhouse, while Ft. Dodge St. Edmond and Sioux City Heelan will meet the same night at Sioux City. Winners of those frays will tangle for the title at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 28, in the Sioux City auditorium. There are 13 teams entered in the class A division of the tourney. Bancroft St. John's, only one from Kossuth, is slated to meet Pocahontas Catholic Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. at Emmetsburg. The winner of that contest will play the winner of the Emmetsburg Catholic-Storm Lake game Jan. 23 at a time and site to be announced. Semi-finals will be held Jan. 25, with the class A championship game set for 3 p.m. at Sioux City Jan. 28. Other teams competing for the class A title are Boone Sacred Heart, Fonda OLGC, Breda St. Bernard's, Cherokee 1C,Danbury Catholic, RemsenSt. Mary's, Le- Mars Gehlen, Larchwood St. Mary's and Granville Spalding. GARRIGAN GRADE SCHOOL RESULTS St. Joe 53, Algona Royals 23 Algona Celtics 52, Whittemore 16 Humboldt 26, St. Benedict 23 Algona Warriors 30, Wesley 25 STANDINGS Celtics St. Joe Warriors Humboldt Royals Whittemore St. Benedict Wesley W 3 3 3 1 1 1 0 0 L 0 0 0 2 2 2 3 3 Joe Ringsdorf Will Attend Kansas Teachers Kansas State Teachers College Head Football Coach Ron Blaylock has announced the signing of four junior college football players to letters of intent. All four athletes are linemen. They are Joe Ringsdorf, 215- pound Centerville (la.) Junior College center; Steve Duncan, 206-pounc! Centeiville (la.) Junior College i;u;ird; Tom Ruffa- monte, 205-pound Dodge City (Kans.) Junior College guard; and Nyle Salaman, 220-poiiud Dodge City (Kans.) Junior College tight end. Of Ringsdorf Coach Blaylock has said, "We think he is one of the most outstanding centers we have seen in the junior college circuit." Ringsdorf is an Algona, Iowa, native. Blaylock commented on Duncan, "He is ideal fur our offense in that he is exceptionally strong, and has outstanding speed and quickness." Duncan is from Burlington, Iowa. Blaylock feels that Buffamonte "has outstanding strength and quickness and has the potential to grow." Buffamonte is a Niagara Falls, New York, native. Referring to the signing of tight end Salaman, Blaylock said, "He has good size and the ability to catch the ball." The Hanston, Kansas, product was a Jayhawk all-Conference selectee as a freshman. Titonka Downs Ledyard 67-41 In Girls 7 BB Titonka grabbed an early lead and went on to a 67-47 victory over Ledyard in girls' basket-ball action Tuesday night. The winners led 21-8 at the quarter, 41-20 at the half, and 56-27 at the three-quarter mark as Ackerman counted 32 points and Hoover 15. S. Menke notched 24 and M. Johnson 18 for the losers. Titonka also won the B-game, 46-27, with Engelbarts andRick- lefs each counting 14 points for the winners and Richardson notching 13 for Ledyard. S PO R T.S Utilities TUESDAY BB RESULTS Titonka 67, Ledyard 47 (girls) Webster City 67, Eagle Grove 50 Lincoln-Central 62, Ringsted 56 Lincoln-Central 37, Ringsted 30 (girls) West Bend 86, Lakota 55 Lakota 54, West Bend 52 (girls) Sheffield-Chapin 79, Corwith- Wesley 58 Sheffield-Chapin 86, Corwith- Wesley 81 (girls) Swea City 89, Bancroft St. John's 70 LuVerne 47, Meservey-Thornton 33 Meservey-Thornton 71, Lu Verne 53 (girls) Armstrong 77, Burt 58 Armstrong 67, Burt 44 (girls) Robin Is Seen At LuVerne; Spring Coming? LU VERNE - Was it the "first herald of spring" which was viewed by Cliff Holmes, who lives just east of here, Monday morning - or just a plain oddity? Mr. Holmes stepped out of his home and discovered a robin chirping noisily in an apricot tree in his back yard. Needless to say, a robin in this area Dec. 18 is something far from ordinary. Everyone in the area is hoping the feathered friend was bringing news of unseasonable spring-like weather ahead. If he wasn't, maybe he was just a "Wrong Way Corrigan." KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER1I SKIDS ON ICE A car driven by Duane H. Hilbert, 25, LuVerne, sustained an estimated $300 damage when it collided with a pickup truck driven by Rodney C. Scuffham, 21, Algona, on Diagonal street here at 10:45 p. m. Saturday. The pickup skidded on ice and struck the auto in the left rear fender. The pickup sustained an estimated $20 .damage, according to police, who investigated. « In still another mishap, two cars, driven by James A. Larson, 19, Everly, and Walter W. Piatt, 23, Algona, collided in the Blue and White parking lot on South Phillips street here, inflicting an estimated $75 to the Everly vehicle. City police investigated. A special meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, la., Dec. 8, 1967, at 12:01 o'clock p.m. Present were: Buchanan. Harmes, Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt. i Ira Kohl, SPC. The meeting was called to ap- provp contracts and bonds for Waterworks Improvements to HIP City of Algona. la., and for such "•her business .is rn.i\ come bp- !<>re the meeting. The subcontractors for Pittsburgh DPS Moinps Stool Co., for Section Two df Water Storage Improvements were approver!. Resolutions wore prosenU'd. approved and adopted, approving 'he contracts anil bonds of Thorpe Well Co. Dos Moines, la.. Section One,' Pittsbtirch Des Moines Steel Co., Section Two,* Reding Gravel & ExcavatingCo., Algona, la.. Section Threo, for Water Works Improvements to the City of Algonn. la., and authori/ing the Secretary to return the certified checks .submitted with the bill and proposals. Then there was a motion by Bay, seconded by Marines, that an offer to buy Lot 8, and the east two thirds of Lot 7, Block 0, Original Plot of Algona, la., be submitted to Druggist Mutuallns. Co.. Algona la. Roll call, voting "Aye." Buchanan, Harmes and Bay. Voting "Nay,' none. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned. Ira Kohl Secretary Allen K. Buchanan Chairman of the Board I Council Minutes The City Council met in regular session Dec. 13, 19G7, with Mayor Finn and the following council members were present: Andrea,« ; en, Elbert, Nash, Cook and Peirce. Absent: none. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Resolution approving the withdrawal of the offer to buy certain vacated streets in the east part of city by executors of the Smith & Frankl Estate, was adopted. Authorized the City Clerk to advertise for sale those streets and alleys vacated, except that portion of Heckart street in Ord. 462 and set Jan. 10, 1968 as the date of hearing. Fire Chief Willey came before the council concerning the burning of houses within the city limits. After some discussion it was agreed that there would be no more burning of houses allowed within the city limits. Farm land owned by the city around the sewage treatment plant was leased to K. Keith for lump sum amount of $125 per year. Authorized the City Clerk to send out bids for a pickup. Notice of expiration of Right of Redemption of Lot 1, Blk. 26, Call's Add. from the County Auditor was read to the council. Resolution approving the transfer of $42,946.81 from the light and water fund to the street fund was adopted. Letter from State Highway Commission concerning lights at the intersection of highways 18 & 169 was read to the council. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Court Costs 148.00 Finn, Salary 123.15 Smith, Salary 267.86 Sands, Salary 130.00 Iowa State Bank, Wholding. .71.23 la. State Comm., Wholding. .7.93 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 28.60 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 22.75 Life Inv. Co.. Insurance ...30.83 Advance, Publishing 61.80 Arwell, Rat Control 15.00 City Clerk, Prepd. Bills . . .9.83 Upper D. M., Publishing .. .39.14 STREET Burtis, Salary 203.02 Frambach, Salary 193.02 Giddings, Salary 179.44 Helmers. Salary 190.99 Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Pergande, Salary 262.73 Wibben, Salary 180.82 Madison, Salary 160.61 la. State Bk., Wholding ...149.80 la. State Comm.. Wholding 23.51 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 151.43 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 77.45 Life Inv. Co.,Insurance... .74.07 Algona Municipal Utilities, Service & Rent 27,946.81 Reminder Vouchers 15.85 Brown Supply, Supplies... .50.64 City Clerk, Prepd. Bills . . .2.50 Cook's Welders, Supplies 362.75 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 15.21 R. J. Funk, Supplies 82 Ft. Dodge Towel, Service 3.75 N. Central, Gas 71.16 ROAD USE TAX Ag-Tronic. Reflectors . ..24.55 Algona Impl., Studs 1.75 All-Wheel Drive, Repairs . .9.65 Bowman's, Repairs 14.50 Bradley Equip., Repairs . . .9.46 Gjellefalcl Const., Sewer Contract 11,679.25 Greenberg's, Repairs 22.11 Hilton's, Repnirs 50.81 Kossuth Motor, Repairs . . .4.28 Sankey Sand. Asphalt 125.1.0 Sieg Co., Adapter 8.95 Taylor Motors. Repairs . ..28.72 PUBLIC SAFETY BopkPlman, Salary 304.60 Day Salary 236.41 Hutchison, Salary 223.50 Jorgenson, Salary 283.78 Schadendorf, Salary 221.15 Thompson, Salary 208.12 Voigt. Salary 223.82 la. State Bk. Wholding ...237.30 la. State Comm., Wholding 39.10 Soc. Sec.. Soc. Sec 158.89 Trust & Agency, Pension.. .21.64 Ll\e Inv. Co.. Insurance . .144.82 Advance, Publishing 9.50 City Clerk. Prepd. Bills.. .08 Greenberg's. Supplies . . ..10.41 Kossuth Motor, Service . . .31.58 Bradley Equip., Tiros 116.21 Cook's Welders, Demurrage 1.50 Feld Equip., Mask 4.75 KLGA, Adver 10.50 Hilton's, Gas & Kero. . . .48.52 Floyd 4 Ken's, Gas 5.80 Ft. Dodge Towel, Service 1.50 Thursday, Dec. 21, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper DM MoinM-5 la. State Bank, Wholding.. .28.90 la. State Comm., Wholding..8.43 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 16.80 Life Inv. Co. Insurance .. .31.27 Benson's Welding, Service 4.75 Bowman's, Oil 1.30 Brown Supply, Mops 16.09 City Clerk, Prepd. Bills . . .2.00 Cook's Welders, Acetylene 8.75 Funk Plbg., Supplies 11.82 Gjellefald Constr., Contract-Sewers . . .29,578.30 Greenberg's, Supplies . . . .2.74 M. Wlckersheim. Dues ... .15.00 Dr. Scluitter, Shots 6.00 Utt Electric, Bulbs 2.50 RECREATION Boldriclge, Salary 155.31 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .7.50 la. State Comm., Wholding. .1.13 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 15.66 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 12.46 Life Inv. Co. Insurance . . .8.56 DEBT SERVICE la. D. M. Nail., Interest ...77.50 Sec. State Bk.. Interest... .31.00 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 320.32 Schmidt. Salary 59.39 la. State Bk., Wholding 50.10 la. State Comm., Wholding. .0.05 Soc. Sec., Soc. SPC 6.65 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 5.20 Trust & Agency, Pension . .4.05 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .31.27 Sherwin-Williams Paint 6.85 Tom s Radio & TV, Service 8.50 TRUST & AGENCY B. Egli, Pension 75.00 We'd like to puf our wishes for a joyful holiday under your tree, and thank you for your loyal patronage. B & D AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE 908 So. Phillips Algona SANITATION Gade, Salary 88.84 Duboski, Salary 28.68 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .5.10 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 8.98 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 7.14 G.leliefakl Constr., Contract - Sewers . ..6,000.00 City Clerk, Prepd. Bills . . .8.94 Bradley Equip., Repairs.. .48.25 J. Duboski, Stove 10.00 Jerry Elbert, Painting . ...45.00 Greenberg's, Fluid 95 Sherwin-Williams, Supplies 9.79 Coast-to-Coast, Supplies 3.08 N. Central, Gas 16.64 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 307.98 Slfert, Salary 206.49 i < < \ \ Season's Greetings To You All for A Happy Holiday Season. DIAMOND'S • THE ALGONA LANES AND GARY'S PRO SHOP WISHES YOU A Merry Christmas AND Happy New Year WE HAVE Gift Certificates and Bowling Accessories MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE GANG AT en s Aut Top Quality Top Quality Top Quality Top Quality

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