The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 29, 1973 · Page 7
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•MMH North Central Wrestling DUALS AlfSltt ALL Humboldt ........................ , .' ........ 44 eiaftoh. - . ................ . . ......... , , , . . . . 4-i WetotwCtty...-..-. ......................... 2-4 Clear" Lake ....... ........................... 1^2 1-4 CONF. 2-0 2-1 1-3 i-o 0-3 0-3 Off, 41.4 316 32.0 28.7 20.7 24.0 .19.3 19.2 t)£F. 10.0 19.3 18.8 20.1 28.3 27.7 28.032.6 WINNING PERC. DUALS % TOURN. Alg-0na.«,i.... 43-134 76.8 70-26 73.7 Glafi&n.,,...,.; 3I&-28-5 68.3 20-10 86.7 Eagle Grave 24-9-3 72.7 26-31 45.6 Humboldt,.. 33-20-2 62.3 39-42 47.6 Haffiptofi 19-28-0 40.3 27-22 66.0 Webster City ; 26-38-7 46.3 Iowa Fall*. ,..,..., 19-36-4 36.2 ALL % 113-38-4 74.8 59-38-5 60.9 50-40-3 56.5 72-62-2 63.8 46-50-0 49.9 Valley Tour nament Not Available No Tournaments TOP TEN SCORERS-ALL DUALS 1, Randy Smith (6) Clarion., , 31 *,tg. r 2, Randy Nielsen (6) Algoha..........., /.. •,......,,......""""" " 30 pts. 8. Paul Martin (8)Algoha....../...,,. ; .......,,.,............,.,.., 28 pts. 4. Dave Rleber (6) totya Falls; 27pts 6. Dick Kennedy (6) Webster City 26 pts! 6. Mark Harris (6) Algeria, ,...,.... ................. 24 pts! 7. Dan Grause (4) Humboldt ; ..!!!!'!!!!•!!!.!!!!!!! 21 pts! 8. Jeff Eaton (6) Webster City '.'.' ",' 2lpts 9. Kirk Hanson (6) Humboldt... y , !..!!.!!!!!'!!!! 21 pts! 10. Ken Baas (6) Algona. , 20 nts TOP INDIVIDUALS 98 Dave Prehm, Eagle Grove Sophomore. 8-0 Ken Baas, Algona Sophomore...,......... x . 9-3-1 105 Mike Colwell, Humboldt Junior .7.5 Bill Bernardo, Algona Junior , 9.4 112 Dick Perez, Hampton Sophomore. ;.,... 8-2 Jeff Eaton, Webster City Senior '.'.' '.'..'.... 5-0 Steve Sheakley, Algona Senior ; -.8-5 119 Phil Fraser, Clarion Senior. , 6-3 Tim Samp, Algona Junior ; , 8-5 126 Dave Morgan, Eagle Grove Senior •../ 8^0 Randy Nielsen, Algona Senior < 12-1 Randy Grover, Clarion Senior 7-0 132 Mike Bird, Algona Senior 8-4-1 Mike Conlon, Humboldt Senior 6.4-1 138 Jan Anderson, Clarion Senior 5-2 Keith Meyer, Algona Senior 8-4-1 Tom Reimers, Humboldt Junior 8-5 145 Bob Erikson, Clear Lake Senior 6-0 Craig Poolman, Clarion Sophomore 6-2-1 Kirk Hansen, Humboldt Senior ; 10-3 Dick Kennedy, Webster City Senior 7-2 155 Paul Martin, Algona Senior 13-0 Rick Post, Humboldt Junior 7-2 167 Mark Harris, Algona Junior 13-0 John Boelkes, Hampton Senior 8-1 Doug Korslund, Eagle Grove Senior 5-2-1 Jim Dreyer, Humboldt Sophomore 9-5 185 Randy Smith, Clarion Senior 9-0 Don Erikson, Clear Lake Junior 6-0 Jack Dreyer, Humboldt Senior 10-3 Brett Benson, Algona Sophomore 9-3 M. Rodemeyer, Hampton Senior 6-2 HWT Dave Rieber, Iowa Falls Junior 5-0 Dan Grause, Humboldt Senior 10-2 Pirates pop Pokey; lose to Rolfe girls BODE—Ken Muyskens' Twin Rivers Pirate girls won one and lost one in their most recent basketball contests as they defeated Pocahontas 58-53, Dec. 18, and lost to Rolfe, 71-61, last Friday evening. The Pirates are now 4-5 overall and hold a 3-4 Twin Lakes Conference record. TR had to take a come- from-behind win from Pocahontas as the Poky girls held a 13-8 first quarter and 29-25 halftime margin. The Pirates took over 40-39 at the end of three before pulling out the five-point win. Jeanne Bakken and Carrie Jacobson provided the scoring power for TR as Bakken tallied 10 baskets and three of six from the free throw line for 23 and Jacobson scored 22 on nine baskets and four of eight irom the line. Jana Wehrspann was the only other Pirate in double figures with 12. Cindy Christian led the PHS squad with eight baskets and 10 free throws for 26 points. Cecilia Rosjford added 12. Despite a 29-point fourth quarter performance, the Pirates were unable to take a victory from Rolfe as the RH crew won 71-61 last Friday night. Rolfe led all the way with quarter scores of 18-10, 33-24 and 51-32 before TR closed the gap in the fourth quarter. The difference in the fray was turnovers, according to Muyskens who said, "They had very few turnovers and we made quite a few more than they did." He described the fourth quarter as "very exciting ball" asi his girls ripped the nets on 13 of 16 field goal attempts. Overall game percentages showed TR shooting 47.3 while Rolfe scored 52 per cent from the field. Jacobson and Bakken again provided the scoring as Jacobson tallied 26 and Bakken hit 22. Both managed 11 baskets with Jacobson also managing {our of six from the charity line. Julie Brinkman's 41 points contributed to the Rolfe defeat as the RHS forward •cored 15 baskets and 11 of 17 from the line. Jean Winkleblack was next with 22. Jennifer Wood led the Pirate rebounders with eight while Mary Foth had five. The Pirate boys and girls travel to Pocahontas, Jan. 4. Twin Rivers 58 C.Jacobson.. 9 4-8 3 22 J. Wehrspann 5 2-4 1 12 J. Bakken.... 10 3-6 4 23 K. Kinseth.. .00-000 D.Carlson... 01-211 S.Holland.... 00-050 D. Telford.... 00-040 M. Foth 00-050 J.Wood 00-010 Totals 24 10-20 24 58 Pocahontas 53 R.Hohensee.. 41-239 C. Rosjford. .3 6-8 1 12 C.Christian.. 8 10-15 0 26 R.DeWalle... 06-606 R. Poduska... 00-060 B.Hanson— 0 0-0 1 0 M. Powers. ..00-030 R. Schaeffer.. 00-020 Totals 15 23-32 16 53 Score by Quarters TR 8 25 40 58 P 13 29 39 53 Twin Rivers 61 C.Jacobson.. 11 4-6 2 26 J. Wehrspann 3 3-5 29 D.Carlson... 12-214 J. Bakken.... 11 0-0 4 22 S.Holland.... 00-050 M.Foth 00-030 J.Wood 00-010 D. Telford.... 00-020 Totals 26 9-13 20 61 Rolfe 71 J.Brinkman..l5 11-17 2 41 Winkleblack.. 9 4-4 3 22 Joyce Brinkman. .4 0-0 2 8 J.Frerk 00-020 L. Neugent. .0 0-0 4 0 B. Smith 0 0-0 0 0 C.Henderson. 00-030 N. Rude 00-000 S. Baade. ... 0 0-0 2 0 Totals 28 15-21 18 71 Score by Quarters TR 10 24 32 61 R 18 33 51 71 Bowling Standings IVY LEAGUE Week of Dec. 18 Farm & Home Distr... 35 29 Polite Real Estate 35 29 Johnson Const 34 30 Phillips66 33 31 Pasquales 31 33 Triple T Const 31 33 Prime Electric 30 34 Abbas Trucking 27 37 TEAM HIGH SERIES Prime Electric 2355 Farm & Home 2210 Triple T Constr 2103 TEAM HIGH GAME Prime Electric 868 Farm & Home 768 Prime Electric 757 INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Kaye Hendrickson 533 Dorothy Erpelding 522 Betty Dingman 495 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Kaye Hendrickson 200 Kaye Hendrickson 194 Sandy Wiemers 190 THE NITE HAWKERS Dec. 9 Stensland Home Imp.. 28 8 Schultz Const 27 9 Jorgensen Hobbycraft 19 17 A&LCatering 18 17 Wagon Wheel Inn.... 14 22 The Hammerheads... 14 22 Fireside Inn 14 22 Chantland Mfg 9 27 INDIVIDUAL SERIES Wagon Wheel Inn 2045 Wagon Wheel Inn.... 1946 Schultz Const 1822 INDIVIDUAL GAME Stensland's 707 Stensland's 681 Wagon Wheel 678 INDIVIDUAL SERIES MEN Larry Childress 590 Dale Stensland 534 Andy Andersen 531 INDIVIDUAL GAME MEN Larry Childress 221 Jerry Schulze 204 John Schultz 201 INDIVIDUAL SERIES WOMEN At the office Marlenc Pandil and Deputy Daryl Long discuss records in the Humboldt County Sheriffs Department office. The department is responsible for making investigations and serving documents in connection with cases, both criminal and civil, as well as other law enforcement duties.— Independent Photo. Hold Dec. 29 rites for Mrs. Selnta Torkelson Funeral services for Selma Torkelson, 85, Humboldt, will be held Saturday, 10 a.m., in Our Saviour's Lutheran Church with burial in Union Cemetery. Mrs. Torkelson died Dec. 26 in Humboldt County Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. She had been a resident of Humboldt Care Center South for the £as_t_ several months. ~~ Shirley Rich 481 Joan Thompson 477 Margaret Waters 476 INDIVIDUAL GAME WOMEN Shirley Rich 176 Joan Thompson 175 Margaret Waters 172 THE NITE HAWKERS Stensland's 31 9 Schultz Const 31 9 Jorgensen Hobby- craft 21 19 A&LCatering/ 20 20 The Hammerheads... 17 23 Fireside Inn 15 22 Wagon Wheel .'.'.14 26 Chantland Mfg 11 29 TEAM SERIES Schultz Construction.... 1902 Stensland's 1892 Wagon Wheel 1885 TEAM GAME Schultz Const 727 Wagon Wheel 676 Stensland's 660 SERIES-MEN Dale Stensland 579 Kim Schultz 560 Andy Andersen 557 GAME-MEN Kim Schultz 231 Andy Andersen 229 Dale Stensland 199 SERIES-WOMEN RoseCirks 463 Margaret Waters 456 Annette Ernst 439 GAME-WOMEN Margaret Waters 174 RoseCirks 166 Doris Schultz 157 EARLY RISERS Dec. 8 DebHanisch's.... 24 Vz 15Vz Rutland Rowdies 23 17 Gumball's 22 18 Gutter-Getters. .. 20Vz 19Vz Gutter Dusters.. .20 20 Lucky Four 19 Vz 20 Vz Golden Dusters 17 ~ 23 Mini-Four 13 Vz 26Vz TEAM SERIES DebHanisch's 1242 Rutland Rowdies 1210 Gutter-Getters 1197 TEAM GAME DebHanisch's 442 Rutland Rowdies 436 Gumball's 426 INDIVIDUAL SERIES Teresa Day 383 DebHanisch 375 LynPetersen 373 INDIVIDUAL GAME Teresa Day 151 Dawn Hoover . . 147 Teresa Day 143 *~Wc. extend OUT thank*, to all Ln.aiuidu.aL., anuicn gioufii. ana caio/eu who visited 04 duiing the yeai and the holiday made, each day a Little. Ln.icjh.tzi. One. Survivors include two sons: Kenneth, Albany, Ore.; and Thomas, Appe.lton, Wis.; four daughters: Mrs. Cassandra Boals, Des Moines; Mrs. Price (Charlotte) Torgensen, Lee Center, Minn.; Mrs. Beulah Pouelsen, Gardina, Calif.; Mrs. James (Helen) Tanner, Northwood, Iowa; 28 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; three great-great-gpand- children; a brothe^, Halvor Skorpen, Humboldt; a sister, Mrs. Sarah Vest, Dakota City. Selma Skorpen was born at Milford. She was reared and educated at Thor. She was married to Carl T. Torkelson in 1909. The couple lived at Humboldt. Mr. Torkelson died in 1936 and Mrs. Torkelson did domestic work in many Humboldt homes. She was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. R. S. Dresback dies at Pomeroy i •• vn\ Ralph S, ,Dresback died suddenly in .his home at Pomeory on Dec. 19. He was born at Humboldt on Dec. 15, 1907, the son of Charles and Elsie Dresback. He grew to manhood in Humboldt and later moved to Montana. He returned to Iowa and was employed as a charter bus driver for Walker Transportation at Fort Dodge. He is survived by his wife, Ann; two sons, Keel, of Spokane, Wash., and Dean of Mississippi City, Miss.; six grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Floyd Gordon, Hillsboro, Ore.; and Mrs. Lee Fritz of Phoenix, Ariz. He was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Ray. Elmer Moohs attends series on products Elmer Maahs, Maahs Farm Supply, Humboldt, recently attended one of a series of regional one-day product, program, and sales sessions presented by Modern Farm Systems, Inc., held at Starlite Motel, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Don Reimer, president of Modern Farm Systems, Inc., conducted the meeting designed to increase product knowledge as part of the continuing program to keep Modern Farm Systems' dealers and their employees out in. front as experts in grain and materials handling and Storage. Messinghams buy Jensen property Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Jensen have sold their property at 11 Hickory Lane to Dr. and Mrs. Mark Messingham. Possession will be given on or before May 1, 1974. The Jensens will move to the property of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Snyder which they purchased. The property is located on the northeast corner of the intersection of No. 5th St. and 4th Ave. No. The Jensens are now restoring and repairing the home. Locals Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark attd family entertained at a moose .arid' elk .'meat ; 'dinner and supper in their home Christmas Day. Guests were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark of Humboldt, and her mother, Mrs. Irene Ford, and Francis Lynch, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kirchhof were overnight visitors in the home of a daughter in Storm Lake where they attended a family Christmas celebration. Hardy Jody Wanken, Whittemore, was a supper guest in the home of Mrs. Frances Gist and daughters Saturday evening and they enjoyed a Christmas gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pannell visited Thursday evening with their granddaughter, Paula Halverson, Fort Dodge. Bill Walkner attended a fireman's meeting at Livermore Thursday evening. County offices close The Humboldt County Courthouse will be closed Dec. 31 in order for the county offices to close the books for 1973. Join the party New Years Eve. Free Entertainment at Wagon Wheel Humboldt County JL^ •horif f (Continued from page 1) rarely vacant, and presently he is holding one male prisoner. There have been over 80 persons in the jail this year and the rate of occupation has gone down since last year and the previous years. Generally the "rate of female inmates has risen in the past two years," said Andersen. In his eight years of office, the sheriff has held approximately 1,200 persons in the Humboldt jail, with only two escapes. Most of his "guests" are involved in crimes such as runaways, bad checks, pubhY'and operating a motor vehicle-while under the. influence (OMVUI). "Most crime is committed by the 17 to 25 age group," said Anderson. He attributes their crime to "growing pains, some are newly married and get into financial trouble, they can't handle the added responsibilities that are suddenly dumped into their lap." Also, "possibly this group has a larger population than the rest. They have a lot of energy and don't know whore to put it," he added. The county sheriff is elected and is the only major law enforcement officer in the country directly responsible to the people he serves. He must enforce all laws enacted for the protection of lives, persons, property, health and morals of the people. That covers just about every fact of human activity. Unlike some agencies . which have only criminal jursidiclion, the sheriff's responsT&Ilities include civil cases as well. It is his duty to preserve the'peace within the county, using such force as may be necessary and to prevent breaches of the peace, suppress affrays and unlawful assemblies. It is also his right and duty to arrest all persons who oppose execution of process. Through the sheriff or his deputies the office makes investigations for the county attorney, the courts and Medical Examiner, and serves writs (warrants, summons, garnishments, evictions, etc.) and other documents in • connection with cases both criminal iind ctviVi iribts ht&rft in the courts of the county. He and the Medical Examiner visit the scene of and investigate violent and mysterious deaths, and he assists the examiner and attorney whenever an inquest is ordered to deterime the cause of death. The sheriff and his staff are also officers of the district court, aid in drawing prospective jurors, and, by deputies acting as court officers, are responsible for juries during court trials and while they are deliberating on cases. Andersen is a member of the concealed weapons licensing board and attends numerous safety, traffic meetings, and other seminars, both state and local, having to do with matters pertaining to At the scene One of the frequent responsibilities of the Humboldt County Sheriff's Department is the investigation of traffic accidents in the county outside the City of Humboldt. Deputy Dick Jergens was at the scene of a car-tractor accident Monday, south of Liver more, when this-photo was taken.-Independent Photo. public safety, law enforcement, and civil enforcement. "The people of Humboldt County are the greatest in the world for helping each other out in time of disaster," Andersen related. "If we ever need help, we just ask, and they help us right away." Requirements for a law enforcement job are compassion, a lot of common sense, and constant training. A county sheriff must be an advisor, marriage counselor, and sometimes a severe law enforcer. Thai's quite a job for three men to handlel Cit an a. DIRECTORY DR. E. P. HANSEN Optometrist 9 to 12, 1 to 5 Daily i. Ijlrjdny evening? to9 ; Closed Thursday Afternoon Phono 332-2281-Humboldt WARREN H. SMITH, BROKER Real Estate-Insurance Farm Loans Telephone 332-1071 Across from HumotaTheatre OLSON ABSTRACT CO. Enid S. Day Phone 332-1593 -Humboldt DR. K. G. PRIDE Chiropractor Of. Ph. 332-1504 House Calls Of. Hours: 9-12, 1-5 Daily Evenings: 7-9:30 Tues.&Fri. No Office Hours Saturday Neurocalometer & X-Ray Service No.2-3rclSt.North-Humboldt SISSON CARE CENTRE "Where caring makes the difference" 24-Hour Nursing Service Phone 332-1525-Humboldt BEN MILLER Loans Insurance Legion Building Phone 332-3812 DR. DAVID W. HOYT Chiropractor Closed Thursdays Office 332-2755 Home 332-2660 405 Sumner, Humboldt Hours 9-12 a.m.-l:30-6 p.m. RODNEY B. AMLIE Banker-Financial Specialist RFD 1, Humboldt Phone 332-1083 Representing The Farmers National Bank, Webster City Commercial State Bank, Pocahontas We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who attended our open house. It was a pleasure to meet you all and we hope you will stop in again to visit with us. Moin Street, Humboldt & BOOK NOOK Phone 332^o05

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