The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1968 · Page 4
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Wrestlers In Sectional; BB Teams Are Busy This Weekend Algona tans will swarm to Humboldt tonight (Thursday) for final round matches, and consolations also, In the Sectional Wrestling Tournament which began there Wednesday. Coach Champ Martin's team and Humboldt seemed to be the consensus favorites when the meet opened Wednesday, but teams from Clarion, Spirit Lake, Gilmore City, Twin Rivers, Albert City, Marathon, Arnolds Park and Milford (which made up the balance of the 10-team field, (undoubtedly had title dreams, also. Sports fare In this area during the rest of the weekend will find 4-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moirtes Thursday. Feb. 15 1968 SPORTS KOSSUTH COUNTY "NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY, " Information concerning the amount or description of the property and the name and address of the holder may be obtained by any persons possessing an Interest In the property by addressing an Inquiry to the state treasurer. If proof of claim Is not presented by the owner to the holder and if the owner's right to receive the property Is not established to the holder's satisfaction within sixty-five(65) days from the date of the second published notice, the abandoned property will be placed not later than eighty-five (85) days after such publication In the custody of the state treasurer to whom all further claims must thereafter be directed. Paul Franzenburg Treasurer State of Iowa — B- Bast, Anna, Algona. Behrandt, Walter Blumer, Anna, LuVerne. Brlggs, Howard. Brown, C. C., West Bend. Butler, W. J. Butterfield, Thad, % Hlllcrest Rest Home,'Algona. — C — Cushman, Earl _ F — Farmers Savings Bank, Fenton. Fenton Shipping Association. Foley, Francis. — H — Hanna, Consuella and Buchanan, G. S., LuVerne. Hawks, Kate Holm, Willard — J — Johnson, Harry. Johnson, J. B., Algona. — K — Kardoes, Martin. Kelly, Kathleen and Lula M., Algona. Krueger, Ernest. _ L — Larson, Marvin, Swea City. Lindholm, Paul Ellis, Algona. Lone Rock Shipping Association. Luft, Florian, West Bend. — M — McMurray, H. E., Algona. Meyer, Dick. Moellers, Joseph Francis and Mrs. Clarence Moellers, R. R. #2, Algona. — O — Ostwinkle, Jr., Paul Joseph and Paul Joseph Ostwinkle, Algona. — P •— Pettit Loan, Algona. Pettlt, Uretta Miller, Algona. Primising, C. J., West Bend. R — Royal Lumber Co., West Bend. Schmidt, Paul Burt. Scott, Marion F., 491 Washington Ave., Glencoe, 111. Soppeland, Lynn Ann. Steinbeck, Anna. Stump, James C. and Mildred M. and Clifford A., 7190 Newport, Derby, Colorado. S^ump, Michael L. and Mildred M. and Clifford A.,7190 Newport, Derby, Colorado. — T — Taylor, Mrs. Mary. Thompson, Mary Jane. Tieman, Walter. — W — Wagner, Nick B., Agent for Anne HeJderscheldt. Wateon, carl. Webb, Raymond Estate, Algona. Wexler, Cynthia and Mrs. Nate, WMttemore, Wohnke, George F. - ' • or ^^ ^^" 4ff ^^^^ &»Uf,g Theo, West Bend. (13 & 14) Garrigan's Golden Bears seeing action twice and Algona's basketball Bulldogs once. Clarion will visit the Bulldogs here Friday night in a North Central Conference fray, while the Bears travel to Emmetsburg and a meeting with Catholic the same evening. The next night, Garrigan hosts Estherville's strong Midgets here. After this weekend, Algona High has only one game remaining, while Garrigan has two before the cross-town rivals tangle in the first round of the District Tournament here March 4. The Bulldogs, now 11-5, for the season and 8-4 in the loop, disheartened by a rugged 70-67 defeat in two overtimes at Clear Lake Friday night, downed Clarion, 63-56, there in a Jan. 5 meeting - and should get a win if the shock of the defeat to the Lions has worn off. Garrigan blasted Catholic, 8352, in a Dec. 18 fray here-and should get victory number 14 in 16 outings Friday night. The following evening, Estherville will give the locals all they want in the way of opposition. Estherville, one of the top teams in this portion of Iowa, belted Algona's Bulldogs, 90-60, here Feb. 3, displaying more all-around team speed than has been seen around here for some time. The Bears posted an easy 5134 victory over Carroll Kuemper there Saturday night. That victory was the second over Kuemper this season for the locals, who allowed the losers only 36 points in the earlier meeting. Coach Steve McCall's club has scored 1,004 points and allowed only 746 on the way to a 66.9 offensive average and 49.8 defensive mark. Big Jack Muller and Kevin O'Brien are both hitting in double figures, Muller with 277 points and an 18.5 average, and O'Brien with 144 points and a 10.3 average so far. Dave McCarthy has hit 141 points for a 9.4 mark; Jim Walker, 102, 6.8; and Steve Wingert, 91, 6.1 on offense for the locals. John Winkel, whose scoring average is only 3.3 on 43 points, has developed into a hustling rebounder and ball thief and was very instrumental in helping to fashion recent wins. Meanwhile, Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs, who have been involved in more close games than most in the state, have hit 1,040 points and given up 976 for marks of 65 and 61 on offense and defense. Dale Pederson and Rog Meyer are leading the way in the scoring column, with 230 and 226 points, respectively, and 14.4 and 14.2 averages. Others sharing the scoring load are Rich Black, 147, 9.2; Tom Jones, 146, 9.1; Mike Betts, 86, 6.1; and Craig Taylor, 79, 5.6. Denny Richter, Smokey Barr and Steve Voyles, whose averages are not impressive, have also been important cogs in recent games. The Algona High wrestlers, who wound up with an 8-3 dual meet season, finishing with a trio of victories, will advance all first and second place Sectional winners to the District Tournament, which is slated for North Polk (Alleman) Feb. 23-24. First and second winners in that meet get to make the trip to the State Tournament later. Martin had no less than 23 lads participate in at least one varsity meet this season. Here's the latest on their records: Gary Gade, 10-8; Russ Bird, 4-10-1; Denny Petersen, 8-6; Darrell Miller, 3-5; Rob Claude, 8-3-2; Steve Claude, 17-4-1; Randy Riedinger, 3-3; Larry Taylor, 9-5-1; Don Camp, 19-3; Phil Bode, 12-5-1; Bruce Bennet, 15-7; Brad Farnham, 5-3-1; Cox, 1-3; Steve Fitzpatrick, 9-6-1; Ed Bennet, 2-4; Lance Hutledge, 7- 7-1; Duane Hunt, 7- 5; Mike Putney, 0-2; Al Aldrich, 2-3; Les Simpson, 1-1; Tom Laing, 0-0-1; Steve Willrett, 0-1; and Ferris Fett, 0-1. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER I Frosh Win At Sentral, But AHS Sophs Lose Algona High's freshman bas~ ketball team took a 54 to 32 win from the Sentral freshman cagers, there, Monday evening, but the Algona sophomores dropped a one-point decision to the Sentral reserves, 55 to 54. Coach Lyn Kueck's crew were ahead most of the way in the frosh game. Rick Nielsenturned in 17 points, folio wed by Kent Espe with 13. Gordy Ziegler, the rangy frosh center, nabbed 16 rebounds in a constantly improving floor game, and Bruce Johnson and Jim Harris grabbed 7 and 6. Sentral's reserves came from behind to win. They trailed at the half, 27 to 22, but early in the fourth quarter a defensive lapse on the part of the AHS sophs proved fatal. John Chrischilles tallied 17 points for Algona, but Dan Kenneday of Sentral was high point man for the game with 22, and Delond Jentz accounted for 13. Mark Olson bucketed 12 for Algona. Larry Rochleau of the Algona soph squad was unable to play in tills contest and his work under the boards was missed. The Sentral reserves are now 5-5 for the season. Algona sophs are 6 and 2 and~the freshmen are 4 and 5. The Algona sophs play Humboldt sophomores Friday night, in the warmup game before varsity play here. Pederson And Meyer Among Loop Leaders Two Algona High School basketball players remain in the top 10 in scoring in the North Central Conference, according tola- test statistics, released Wednesday morning. They are Dale Pederson, guard, who is eighth with 184 points and a 15.3 average, and Roger Meyer, ninth with 175 points and a 14.5 average. Clear Lake's Ken Grabinski, on his way to a loop season scoring mark, hit 37 points against Algona Friday night and now holds a commanding 29.1 average on 321 points scored. The Bulldogs currently rank third in the league standings with an 8-4 mark. They are 11-5 for the season. In conference play, the locals have a 66.3 scoring average and 62.5 defensive mark. NEED A TYPEWRITER FOR SCHOOL ? YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT THE UPPER D.M. PUBL. CO. SOMETHING VERY CONSERVATIVE. I DON'T ^\ L/KE TO BE TOO V CONSP/CUOUS. —-^^-w Dave Martin Of Algona Praised By ISU Coach Iowa State University recently released the following story on Dave Martin, Algona, former AHS state champion wrestler and son of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Martin. Mr. Martin is wrestling coach at Algona High. AMES, IOWA-One of several fine sophomores on the Iowa State University wrestling team is former Algona High School athlete, Dave Martin. "Dave is one of the hardest workers on the squad," said Cyclone wrestling coach Harold Nichols recently. "He also is the most receptive to coaching we have." The Iowa State wrestling team is one of the finest in the nation. They recently beat highly-rated Oklahoma, 18-13, so the Cyclones have to be considered strong challengers for the Big Eight and National titles. Martin won a total of 11 letters in four high school sports at Algona. He was an all-state honorable mention halfback in football, a state track meet qualifier in three events and a star catcher with the baseball team. But Dave's most talented skill was wrestling. He lettered every year of high school in wrestling and won the state championship at 145 pounds his junior year. Then as a senior he moved up to 154 pounds afid compUed ; aremark-c able 28-0-1 record in leading his team to the state wrestling titlej by winning his second state title.'' "Winning the team title that year was the biggest thrill of my sports career," claimed Dave recently. Dave's wrestling ability seems to have been handed down to him from his father. Leon Martin is presently the coach of the Algona High School wrestling team. The elder Mr. Martin was at one time a wrestler for Iowa State Teacher s C ollege. He narrowly missed an individual national championship at 175 pounds. He lost an overtime decision to finish second in the nation that year. After high school graduation in 1966, Dave enrolled at Iowa State and he was 4-0 as an Iowa State freshman wrestler. This year Dave has been wrestling regularly with the varsity in the 152 pound weight class. He currently owns an all-over 15-6 record. Goals? "I want to be an NCAA champ," PLAN TO ATTEND THE FATHER CONWAY SCHOLARSHIP FUND DANCE THIS SATURDAY NIGHT FEBRUARY 17,1968 AT THE ALGONA KC HALL EAST EDGE OF ALGONA ADMISSION - $1 ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE FATHER CONWAY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Ticket* available in a number of business places and in surrounding town*. he said emphatically. The Iowa State coaches are very happy with the performance of Martin so far. They feel he has the material to be one of the best. "With his desire and persistence he can do nothing but improve," coach Nichols stated. "We are looking forward to his being one of our top wrestlers." TUESDAY NIGHT BB RESULTS Ledyard 102, Burt 95 Burt 61, Ledyard 49 (girls) Bancroft St. John's 59, Klemme 58 Forest City 66, Buffalo Center 56 ISU Wrestler Larry Munger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munger, Algona, is a starting wrestler in the 130 Ib. division for the Iowa State University freshman squad. Munger, a 1967 graduate of Algona High School, was an outstanding prep athlete — winning the state wrestling tournament in his junior year of competition. Real Estate .Transfers ' Albert, Leonard M. & Mildred V. to Frank Eisele 2-6-68 S 1/2 Lot 8 blk 11 O.P., WMttemore. Isebrand, John B. & Anna to Viola S. Spear 1-31-68 Beg. at a pt. 272.0' W. & 272.0* N. of the NE corner of Blk 19 Way's Add., Titonka, located in NE 1/4 NW 1/4 9-97-27. Looft, Dennis K. & Janice L. to Fred C. & Burdell Looft 2-268 Lot 3 blk 6 & W 1/2 lot 2 Blk 6 Cooke's First Add., Swea City. Hiway 18 NW Algona, la. \ BIG BEAR SPECIALS: •••••••••••••••••••i COMBIOT1C 1)1. OJ lOOcc Soft'ner SALT PELLETS 50 Ibs. Ofl/> »•••••••••••••••••• RIFLE SHELLS 45c 5k 22 Shorts per box , 22 Longs per box Household BROOMS each Peterson, J. August & Florence M. to Hollis & Sara D. Beadle 2-2-68 NE 1/4 27-99-29. Baker, Clifford M., Exec, to Thomas D. & Helen E. Carroll 2-2-68 Comm. at a pt. 50* W. of the SE corner blk 9 O.P. LuVerne, see rec. Beisell, Richard R. & Beulah F. to Larunetta Erickson & Linda M. Erickson 1-30-68 S 66' of E. 66' of Lot 3 A.P. of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 & SE 1/4 NE 1/4 2-9529. Murray, Joseph D. & Shirley to Albin C. & Sylvia B. Menke 1-30-68 Lot 9 blk 1 & S 20* Lot 8 blk 1 Murray's Add., Bancroft. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER!I 144 Handy Blinker Lanterns Pius 8 Transistor Radios! 8 Weekly Drawings Y»i, wt'll hivt «lghl weekly drawing! en each Friday through Friday, F.b. 23 . . , tich wvtk we'll give away 18 Lantirni and on* Tranili- tor Radio ABSOLUTELY FREE — nothing to buy, you don't have to b* prttent to win — |uit come In anytime and regliter at the ita- tlon or garage. Regliter at often at you come In. NEXT DRAWING ON FRIDAY, FEB. 16 18 Lanterns and one Radio to be given away every week until Feb. 23! GAS FOR LESS - PREMIUMS, TOO I SCHULTZ BROS. Transportation Headquarter* BUICK - PONTIAC - CADILLAC South Phillips ALGONA. IOWA SINCLAIR DAY February 17 Here it is. Brand new. And waiting to he looked over by you! There will be free coffee and refreshments, a free gift for everyone who walks in the door, and, you may win a valuable door prize. You have heard the claim "better service" so many times by now that It really doesn't mean much. We think it does. The new Sinclair Farm Center was planned to give you service and results. The kind that you have a right to expect. Judge for yourself! Come out enjoy coffee and refreshments, look around, ask questions, find out about our Sinclair services, or just enjoy your coffee. Learn how Sinclair Profit Programming can help you attain year- after-year crop profits, Extra services like free soil testing keep you on target. This is your time to inspect and evaluate. See you at SlnclaW Sinclair i HANNA SINCLAIR FARM CENTER AT TALL PAUL'S - FRIDAY NITE - "BUD & THE COUNTRY COUSINS" - 9 P.M. TIL CLOSING

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