The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on March 16, 1974 · Page 7
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The To ptiit yrtr od pfcoM 332^514 ord s op Surgeon 'Transforms'" Elizabeth Taylor i Junior Wildcats The junior varsity version of Humboldt's Wildcats rolled to an 11-7 overall record, 8*6 in North Central play, during the recent season. The JV included, from left: first row-Greg McCubbin, Warren Cahill, Steve Patton, Gary Westphal, Scott Ellgren, Mark Nelson, Dave Edge and Greg Lee; second row-Mark Moklestad, Don Schuneman, Don Davis, Mike Betty, Kevin Kuhlman, Scott Jorgensen, and Coach Bob Pattee.-Independent Photo. Confer bowlers One of the regular activities of the Humboldt County Opportunity Center, Livermore, is bowling at Humboldt's Sportsman Lanes. The local recreation center donates the time and equipment for the students who have a "ball" in the sport. Bowling Wednesday morning were Dorothy, right, while center worker Arlene Clark helps Linda with the wheelchair bowling ramp.—Independent Photo. North Central Conference Final Standings 1973-74 VARSITY Conf. All Iowa Falls.... 12-2 15-2 Eagle Grove.. - 9-5 12-5 Webster City.. 9-5 12-6 Clear Lake.... 8-6 10-8 Humboldt 7-7 9-9 Clarion. 6-8 11-9 Algona. 5-7 7-11 Hampton 0-14 1-17 JUNIOR VARSITY W L Clear Lake 12-2 Eagle Grove 10-4 Webster City 9-5 Algona 8-6 Humboldt 8-6 Iowa Falls... 7-7 Clarion 3-11 Hampton 0-14 OFFENSIVE AVE. Iowa Falls 77.7 Eagle Grove .71.7 Clear Lake..- 67.2 Humboldt 66.1 Clarion 64.6 Webster City .63.4 Algona ..57.9 Hampton _^.. 52.0 DEFENSIVE AVE. Algona .,,',.......59.6 Iowa Falls.:;.. 62.1 Webster City. . 62.3 Humboldt 64.4 Eagle Grove 64.6 Clear Lake 65.7 Clarion 69.5 Hampton 71.0 INDIVIDUAL SCORING AVERAGES Bruce Siefken, Clar. ..22.6 Dave Ward, CL 21.2 Greg Garth, CL 18.8 Jeff Miller, IF 18.3 MarkVoss, EG 18.2 T. Brownfield, Hum... 17.8 Gary Eggspuehler, IF. 17.3 JimLoux, EG 15.4 Tom Newell, Hum.... 14.2 Shelby Shehorn, WC.. 13.5 Dan Hart, EG 13.5 Randy Carlson, Alg.. .13.1 REBOUNDING AVE. Eagle Grove ..... ---- 38.9 Webster City ........ 37.1 Clarion ........... .. .36.4 Humboldt ........... 35.3 Clear Lake .......... 35.1 Algona ........... . . .30.0 Hampton ........ '. . . . 26 A INDIVIDUAL REBOUNDING AVE. Bruce Siefken, Clar. . . 15.0 DougStuhr, WC ..... 12.8 Dave Ward, CL... ...11.2 Mark Voss, EG ....... 10.9 Dan Beebe, Hum ...... 10.8 Dan Hart, EG ...... .. 9.7 Brian Nelson, EG ..... 9.5 Jeff Miller, IF ........ 9.1 Gary Eggspuehler, IF. 9.0 Tom Kinseth, Alg ..... 8.8 Tom Newell, Hum.. . . 8.5 Shelby Shehorn, WC.. 8.3 Kurt Kemmerer, CL.. 8.2 Kuhlman cops spot as top Ram eager MT. VERNON-Humboldt's Randy Kuhlman received two more awards at Cornell College this week as he was named the outstanding basketball player for the just-ended season and was picked for the second team of the All-Midwest Conference team. Kuhlman, the son of the A. F. Kuhlmans, received the Richard Halbert Memorial Award for being the top Ram this year. The award to the 1970 HHS grad commemorates Halbert who was killed Oct. 23, 1967, in an auto accident. The Cornell senior was one of two Rams named to the all-conference squad. Kuhlman and forward Bob Voight, as co-captains, led the team to an 8-14 record. Kuhlman averaged 13.7 per game and hit 46.9 per cent on field goal shooting. From the AU. GOTO DAIRY, QUEEN' r Po!ry Queen Brazier Open: Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Fri., Sat., Sun. 11 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Jet. 169 & 3 North Humboldt. NOTICE If you now wear a hearing aid or think your hearing should be tested our hearing aid specialist, Mr. R. R. Murray, formerly with the Audi- phone Co. would like to talk with you. CHECK OUR SPECIAL FEATURES 1. FREE hearing test. 2. FREE cleaning of your present aid. 3. 50c off on most batteries. 4. $2.50 off all ear molds. 5. Trade-in up to $100 6. We also rent hearing aids. Demonstration BEACON MOTEL Tuesday, March 19, 942a.m. ALL-IOWA HEARING AID CENTER 2023 E. 14th Street , Iowa 50318 Final Standing 7374 Junior 'Cats end successful season Humboldt's junior varsity Wildcats finished their basketball season at 11-7 overall and 8-6 in North Central Conference play with a 54.4 offensive average, according to Coach Bob Pattee. The junior 'Cats allowed only 47.0 points per game average to their opponents. Name Games Scott Ellgren 18 Gary Westphal 12 Warren Cahill 18 Kevin Kuhlman 18 Don Davis 12 Dan Monoghan 6 Brian Brandsgard 6 Scott Jorgensen 17 Mike Beaty --13 Steve Patton 16 Scott Ellgren paced .the JV with 206 points in 18 games for an 11.4 average, while Don Davis picked up 128 rebounds in 12 games. Next In line in scoring was Gary Westphal's 192 points in 12 games and 16 point average. Second high rebounder was Kevin Kuhlman with 124 in 18 games. Points Scoring Reb. Scored Avg. Rebounds Avg. 206 192 177 115 71 55 44 35 26 10 11.4 16.0 9.8 6.3 6.0 9.1 7.3 2.1 2.0 .62 96 53 44 124 128 11 4 43 57 10 5.3 4.4 2.4 6.9 10.6 interested individuals from throughout the state. Each work will be screened individually for quality of workmanship and design, among other criteria. .Then handcrafters will be invited to retail their work through the Living History Farms, located near Interstate 80 in Des Moines. Handcraft sales will begin this Spring and a weekend of crafts demonstrations will be held at the Farms May 18 and 19. The establishment of a centrally-located sales outlet MEET A GOOD NEIGHBOR OF YOURS for Iowa handcraft is a cooperative effort by the Extension Service and the Farms. It is the first step taken by the Extension Service in the development of a system for marketing native handcrafts. For more information on the program and for application forms to submit work, it," for ISU project Top-notch quitters, glassblowers, weavers, sculptors, wood-carvers, dollmakers and other Iowa handcrafters are being sought by the Iowa State University Extension Service. "We're interested especially in those persons who would like to expand the sales opportunities of their work — those who might someday wish to support themselves through their craft," says Lois Warme, extension applied arts specialist. "Many home weavers or potters would like to sell their work, but have no outlet." Interested craftspersons will be asked to submit a work free throw circle, the former Wildcat hit 70.3 per cent. In his junior year, last year, Kuhlman also took home second team honors. He is a political science and physical education major at the liberal arts college. sample to a quality screening committee, made up of art educators, craftspersons and ARLEEK.tWARING Bus. 332-2210 Res. 332-4737 10 3rd St. Ni, Humboldt, la. Uat good ntighbor, Stilt Firm is thin. State Farm Insurance Companies Home Offices: Bloomlngton. Illinois Henry Block has 17 reasons why you should come to us for income tax help. Reason 16. We'll try to do everything we can to save you money. After all, we want your business again next year. LKMXMI.OCK- THf IHCOM TAX MOHI 1 North 5th Ave. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone 332-2933 No Appointment Necessary Spring Bazaar St.Olaf Lutheran Church Bode Wed. March 20 Food Solo beginning at 4:00 p.m. Supper hour 5-6:30 Auction and program at 7:00 Entertainment includes a Singing Group "Bound 'n Free from Humboldt It only takes one catastrophe. Protect yourself. Call us for a descriptive brochure — before you plant. .first Investors . Insurance Inc. 10 N. Ttlt [formerly Hotel Humboldt] Phone 333-1954 Dick Bwnes Box 218, Humboldt, low* 50548 Wanted Homes in Need of Painting Homeowners in Humboldt will he given the opportunity to have their homes rcstylod and rebeautificd with the alt-new, wood-drained, vydel vinyl siding. Vydel vinyl siding can be applied to your' home with optional decorative work at a very low cost. This amazing new product ha>.,captured the interest of homeowners throughout the United .States who are fed up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It is maintenance fret 1 , virtually indestructible, carries a 20-year pro-rated Kiiarantee, provides full insulation summer and winter as welt as fire protection, and is highly hail-re.sislanl. Our new product can be applied to every type of home including frame 1 , concrete block and stucco with amazing rrheaulifying results. It comes in several colors and is now going to be introduced in the Humboldt market. Your home can be outstanding in your vicinity and you will he offered a substantial discount off the regular retail price if you are interested in this special introductory offer. Homeowners who act now will be offered a FHEE insulation for helping us introduce this quality product in their area. Easy financing available. Vinvl is final. WE COVER THESTATEl For information write: CAMPBELL DUILDING PRODUCTS, INC. Advertising Dept, P.O. Box 2712 Dett Moines, Iowa 50315 [For Immediate service phone collect 515-285-3156.) Protect your child's future You can insure your child for $2,000 through age 22 with just one $120 premium. Our Fortune Builder/70 policy converts to a $10,000 policy at age 23, regardless of health. Call for details. Farm Bureau insurance Farm Bureau Life & Farm Bureau Mutual Des Moines, Iowa Mike Smith Agency Moiagtr Humboldt,lowa Pkoit 332-1121 , lowans can contact Mrs. Warme by writing to B-ll Curtiss Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, 50010 or by • calling 1-515-294-6616. Mis hands are insured by Lloyds of London for one million dollars. And the face upon which he "oper- ntes"-Elizabeth Taylor-is insured for n like amount. for Dr. Rodolphe Troques, the fact that he is responsible for the authenticity of the plastic surgery performed on Miss Taylor during her role in Paramount Pictures' "Ash Wednesday," doesn't concern him much. He has operated upon sortie of the grandest names in the world of politics and show business. Dr. Troques, who practices out of Paris' Centre Churigicnl, is probably one of the best known reconstructive surgeons in the world. Elizabeth Taylor Helmut Berger Henry Fonda 4 Ash Wednesday" H U MOTA SUNDAY-MONDIiY-TIIESDAY Pancake & Sausage Supper March 16 Serving from 5 to 8 p.m. All proceeds for Little League Program Serving in Ottosen Commercial Hall Lions Club Free So nice to come home to 3 bedrooms, large bath, smoke detector, kitchen-dinette, living room. Lots of closet space, house type doors, washer and dryer in a' utility room. Completely furnished, ready to move into. Chalet Mobile Homes Humboldt Hwy. 169 North, Open 9-8, Mon. thru Fri. 9-5 Sat. Call 332-4482 or 332-4739 ^anchor, skirting), ^delivery and set-up^ your blocks Schedule of Savings Plans Annual Minimum Effective Rate Deposit Annual Rate Passbook Savings $ 1.00 3-Month Savings Certificate 5%% $1,000.00 12-Month Savings Certificates 6V 2 % $1,000.00 24-MonthSavingiCertificate 6V4% $1,000.00 36-Month Savings Certificate 6%% $1,000.00 5.39% 5.875% 6.660% 6.660% 6,920% Interest on Passbook Savings is compounded daily from date of deposit to date of withdrawal. On Certificates it is compounded quarterly. All Certificates are automatically renewable. Interest checks are mailed monthly if requested on Certificates of $10,000 or more. Safety of your savings is insured up to $20,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. A substantial interest penalty is required fbr early withdrawal on certificates. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 61 1 FI8ST -W6NUE NORTH HUMBOIDT, IOWA 50548 its 332.1140

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