Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1971 · Page 4
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BEAT CLAY CENTRAl AND ESTHERVILLE, NEWMAN NEXT Weekend W * * * Garrigan High's basketball team spent the weekend beating a couple of teams who rank high in their respective conferences. Friday night, the Bears defeated Clay central at Royal, 67-69. The Camanches won the Clay Conference championship and entered the game with a 14-3 record. Saturday night, Garrigan beat Estherville 48-38 at Estherville. The Midgets rank third in the Lakes Conference standings. -ESTHERVILLE WIN- It was the first time Garrigan has beaten Estherville since 1966 and the second time the Golden Bears have 1 done it in the six tries since Steve McCall became Garrigan's coach. Always a strong basketball team, Estherville was hit by injury Friday night when junior scoring leader Bob Grems sprained an ankle. That hurt the Midget cause against Garrigan, but the way the Bears played defense Saturday, Grems might not have changed the outcome. "We followed our .game plan to a T," McCall said. "We played deliberate basketball. We trailed 7-3 early, changed a few things offensively and defensively, and played steadily from then on. We shot poorly, but our defense had them befuddled. We had 19 steals on their big floor compared with 12 on Clay Central's small floor." - COURTNEY PRAISED McCall said senior guard Joe Courtney played an excellent floor game. "He didn't score a field goal, but he had five steals and only had one turnover bringing the ball up against their press. He made nine of 11 free throws in,the last quarter." McCall said he was especially pleased with the way his team performed when pressure was the greatest. "Estherville put that panic defense on us, and we just kept playing deliberate basketball, making the free throws when they fouled us." ffejr CASSEL PRAISE- Ayifh Rpn-J. Reding out of the BeaK? lineup because of injuries suffered in a traffic accident last week,, the Bears needed to make up fdr a rebounding disadvantage. "Chuck Cassel had 12 rebounds GHS10-5 Recoid Monday, February 15, 1971 Kestuth County Advance - 9 HflHHttttttnHHHi^MW^^H^KKi •PUBLIC NOTICES and played more aggressively on the boards than he has been," McCall said. "Phil McCarthy had 11 rebounds." GARRIGAN C. Cassel J. Courtney P. McCarthy J. Heinen R.M. Reding S. Skiliing J. Dogotch J- Bestenlehner R. Eischen Totals Score by Quarters Garrigan 12 20 32 48 Estherville 9 16 25 38 FG 9 0 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 FT 1-2 11-13 2-5 0-2 3-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 TP 19 11 10 0 7 1 0 0 0 15 18-30 48 - CLAY CENTRAL WIN ROYAL-The sharpshooting of Chuck Cassel and John Heinen, plus the usual stingy Garrigan defense, frustrated a scrappy Clay Central team, 67-59, here , Friday night. The small Clay Conference school put a taller team on the floor than did Garrigan, and for one quarter it looked as though it would make a difference. However, strong board work by Cassel and Phil McCarthy, with 15 and 11 rebounds, respectively, put Garrigan on top. Coach McCall said Cassel and John Heinen both played outstanding ball. Heinen made eight of 12 shots from the field and shot 60% from the field in the last six games. "They had a nice, small school ball club," McCall said. "We were glad to get out of there with a win ... it was a big game for them, and that made it difficult to beat them. It was an extremely small gym and their press caused us some problems." Although McCall was unhappy with "another miserable first quarter," he was happy with his team's over-all play considering such circumstances as the gym, the clay Central desire to win, playing away from home and the officiating. GARRIGAN C. Cassel P. McCarthy J. Heinen R.M. Reding J. Courtney J. Bestenlehner - S. Skiliing J. Dogotch Totals Score by Quarters Garrigan 12 33 48 Clay Central 15 28 45 FG 11 7 8 4 1 0 0 0 31 FT TP 1-3 23 1-4 15 2-2 18 1-2 9 0-2. "2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 5-13 67 67 59 Algona's State Champions The Algona Lions Club bowling team won the first-place trophy and $120 in the llth Annual Iowa Lions Bowling Tournament in Boone. Fifty-two teams competed. Front, from left: Ted Chrischilles, Henry Geilenfeld and Ed Adams. Back, from left: Bob Henderson, Julie Baas and Frank Moulton. Algona Lions Win State Bowling Title BOONE - The Algona Lions Club won a state bowling championship here recently for their performance in the llth annual Iowa Lions' Bowling' Tournament Nov. 28-Dec. 13. This newspaper was asked to withhold the announcement until it was officially made by the state organization last week. The six-man delegation of bowlers, consisting of Frank Moulton, Ted Chrischilles, Bob Henderson, Ed Adams, Julie Baas and Henry Geilenfeld, were awarded the first-place team trophy and several others during (he mid-winter conference banquet Feb. 6, Five of the six Algona bowlers teamed up for a 3,152 handicap score. Ames was second with 3,058, and Aplingtonjhird with 2,916. The Algona club earned $120 along with the first-place trophy. Geilenfeld was second in the all-events category, scoring a 1,774 scratch total and $18, compared to 1,853 and $22 by Don Adams of Rockwell City. Bob Gunderson of Lake Park was third with 1,768 and $16, followed by Wayne Brown of Bayard, 1,765 and $14, and Moulton of Algona, 1,736 and $12. Geilenfeld placed first in high scratch series category with 679, and he tied for first with George Reiners of Dumont in the high scratch game category. Both rolled 248 and received a trophy. Algona's 3,152 handicap team total was made up of Geilenfeld's 679 series^ and the following - Moulton, 600; Adams, 582; Henderson* 539; and Baas, 536. The men competed in singles and doubles competition as well as the team event. Moulton won $9 for his 23rd-place total of 642. Merlyn Hoover, Titonka, won $18 for his seventh-place total of 685. EAGLETTES SHOCK STATE-RANKED TIGERETTES Lakota Girls Upset W-CL In Tournament CORWITH - Girls Sectional Tournament basketball started off in ... well, true tournament fashion. You can toss season records aside when the adrenalin starts flowing and pressures and inspirations mount. For example, Ledyard gave Sheffield-Chapin a good scare here Saturday night before losing 64-51, and then Lakota shocked Woden-Crystal Lake's state- ranked team out of the tournament, 84-76. It was an extremely disappointing way for a team that only lost one game all season to end the season. On the other hand, Lakota had come close to beating Woden- Crystal Lake before, and doing so Saturday was the most exciting thing that's happened to the team this season. They were to play Ventura's strong North Star Conference team here Monday, Feb. 15. - LEDYARD BATTLES_^Donna Wearda scored 42 points "in leading Sheffield-Chapin to an expected victory. However, before they won they had to put together a strong fourth quarter. Ledyard was ahead by three points at the end of the first quarter and only trailed by a point at the half and three-quarters mark. Jill Bauman scored 33 points for Ledyard. -39 PTS. BY RARE LS- Colleen Karels scored 39 points in Lakota's upset victory. She was helped offensively by Cindy Bauman with 23 points and Jan Leonard with 22. Three aggressive Lakota guards left the game on fouls after doing their jobs well. Lynnora Kurtzleben, Woden- Crystal Lake's star forward, topped her season scoring average by putting through 51 points. -S.C. OVER LEDYARD LEDYARD GIRLS FG FT TP J. Bauman 11 11-16 3 K. Engelbarts 7 2-7 1 L. Busch 1 0-0 1 J. Griese 00-02 J. Busch 0 0-0 6 B. Warner 0 0-0 3 C. Blome 0 0-0 4 Totals 19 13-23 20 Score by Quarters Ledyard 11 21 43 51 Sheff.-Chapin 8 22 44 64 LAKOTA GIRLS FG FT J. Leonard 5 12-24 C. Karels 19 i-e C. Bauman 7 g-ie Carol Bauman 0 0-0 D. Junkermeier 0 0-0 J. Kollasch 0 0-0 L. Jaeger o 0-0 T. Thompson 0 0-0 Totals 31 22-36 WODEN-C.L. GIRLS FG FT L. Cullen 3 6-8 P. Kirschbaum 5 3-9 L. Kurtzleben 17 17-29 N. Sorenson 0 0-0 N. Harms 0 0-0 K. Buns 0 0-0 J. Hoskinson 0 0-0 Totals 25 26-46 F 1 1 6 3 6 3 6 6 32 F 0 4 3 5 4 6 1 23 Dave is handling the registration, 516N.Dakota#51,Ames, la. 50010, and will be working with two other former national champions from Iowa State — Tom Peckham and Dan Gable. Gable was a teammate of Martin's who was named 1970 Wrestling Man of the Year. Peckham is a co-director for the camp and Gable will be working for Martin and Peckham. - ABC-TV PART TIME Dave worked for ABC television on a part-time basis last summer and fall. He earned the assignments by interviewing Gable for ABC at the NCAA Wrestling Tournament last winter. Since then he has assisted at six major golf tournaments and two college football games televised by ABC. Dave said television remains a career possibility but that he now enjoys work close to wrestling. -MARRIAGE PLANS- In the meantime, Dave plans to stay close to wrestling, selling the sport,the equipment used in it and Iowa State. The state tournament should give him valuable experience in learning how to keep cheerleaders in line and that could prove valuable since he plans to marry former Iowa State cheerleader Tont Sarcone of Des Moines May 15 in Ames. FINANCIAL REPORT Of THE TOWN OF LuVERHE, IOWA JANUARY 1, 1970 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1670 MUNICIPAL RECEIPTS Tax _„.,.. Revenue FUND From County General 3.315.2S Street 3.388.68 Public Safety 3.430.54 Sanitation 1,355.29 Municipal Enterprises (Except Utilities) 1,694.05 Recreation 903.55 Road U«e Tax Liquor Profits Sewer Rental Street Lighting I..I" TOTAL RECEIPTS 16,087.34 Other Receipts 1,298.52 4.987.70 227.35 1,464.94 2,061.60 10,040.20 State- Federal Receipts 6,844.88 2,191.33 9,036.19 Total 4,813.77 3,368.66 10,418.33 1,355.20 1,921.40 903.55 6,844.86 2,191.33 1,464.94 2,061.60 35,163.73 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF LuVERNE, IOWA JANUARY 1, 1970 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1970 MUNICIPAL DISBURSEMENTS FUND Wages General 2,043.10 Street 1,092.01 Public Safety 127082 Sanitation 185.09 Municipal Enterprises (Except Utilities) 87.50 Recreation 19.75 Road Use Tax 2,046.06 Liquor Profits Sewer Rental Street Lighting . TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 6,744.33 Other 3,733.82 914.10 3,309.67 60.00 400.29 704.20 6,128.79 1,827.49 2,061.60 19,139.96 Transfers Out Total 5,776.92 2,006 Jl 4,580.49 245.09 487.79 723.95 8,174.85 1,827.49 1,464.94 1,464.94 2,061.60 1,464.94 27,349.23 RECONCILIATION OF MUNICIPAL FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1970 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1970 (Does Not Include Utilities) 1970 $ 103.21 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance. January 1, Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31, 1970 ....... . .............................. 35,163.73 Total to account for _______ ....... ___________________ 35,286.94 Less: Disbursements for year ending December 31, 1970 ..................................... 27,349.23 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, December 31, 1970 Plus: Warrants Outstanding at December 31, 1970 .................. . ...... . .......... „ 7,917.71 Depository Cash Balance, December 31, 1970 . .......... ............ $ ' Dave Martin One Of 3 In Wrestling Clinic Stop At The SMOKE SHOP Dave Martin is staying closer to wrestling mats now than he did when he was competing. He managed to keep .his back off the mat while winning Iowa state championships for Algona High School and a National Collegiate Athletic Association championship for Iowa State University. However, -since graduating last summer, much of his time has been spent selling wrestling mats and in other wrestling-related activities. Dave is one of several Algona High wrestling graduates who learned from his father, Champ Martin, before wrestling col- legiately. He placed second in the NCAA Tournament his junior year at Iowa State and won the 158-pound championship in 1970. - NO WEIGHT CUTTING- He now weighs in as a 190- pound wrestling supplies salesman for his former Iowa State coach, Harold Nichols. Nichols Wrestling Products of Ames, la. is the No. 1 wrestling mat distributor in the United States. They also sell wrestling uniforms and robes, headgears, shoes, mat cleaning products, knee pads and scoreboards. "I cut out the uniforms and women sew them," Dave explained. He is one of four full- time employees who sell the uni- forms, supplies and equipment to high schools, junior colleges, colleges and universities, while at the same time putting in- some good words for the wrestling program at ISU. An annual contender for the national championship, the ISU wrestling programdoesa lot of speaking for itself. - CLOSE TO WRESTLING Although Dave was a speech major in college, his interest in wrestling has kept him close to the sport since graduation; "I want to stay close to it," Dave said. "I still work out with the team (ISU)." Close also means being floor manager at the upcoming Iowa State High School Wrestling Tournament in Ames. Dave will be in charge of the towel throwers, news media communications and even the cheerleaders. -WRESTLING CLINIC- Close also means being co- director of a new business adventure to be known as the Iowa Great Lakes Wrestling Camp. The University of Iowa and Iowa State University each have summer wrestling camps, but Martin's promotion is the first statewide clinic designed exclusively for junior high and high school wrestlers and their coaches. Boys who are eligible to enter college in the fall of 1971 will not be permitted to attend the clinic. The clinic will be held at the Presbyterian Church camp on West Lake Okoboji, FOR YOUR FAVORITE CIGAR I Water work, UTILITIES FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF LuVERNE, IOWA JANUARY 1. 1970 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1970 Recei P ts: Sales Non-operating Revenue: Property taxes . Sales Tax Collected Other ......... Total Disbursements: Plant Operation ____ ........ «-;i(tfdi Plant Maintenance .. ....... ....... """ .................... * 5S2 47 Distribution Operation ..... ......... " ........ 97704 Street Lights ____ •. ..... ....... ' ...................... 2 (wi «n Miscellaneous _________ "". .'" ......... ' ...................... '2?2OT Sales Tax to State .... ........... "" ...................... ?«1?2 Disbursements .......... ----""""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIs 8,574/fi} - ...... -------------------- .......... --------- 65.00 Receipts .. ....... . ....................... .. ...... $ 9,312.02 Total UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1970 THROUGH DECEMBER 31. 1970 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, Waterworks January 1, 1970 ..................... . ............................. S 4,675 83 Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31, 1970 ____ .............................. _____ 9,31202 Total to account for ________________________________ 13*987 85 Less: Expenditures for year ending December 31, 1970 .................... 857476 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance ' ' December 31, 1970 ................. 841309 Depository Cash Balance, December 3i"~lOTo""~I""I"IIIIH™~| ' OPE* Thursday, Feb. 18 eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeooeeeeeoReeoeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeoeeeeeeei 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Between programs, at about 11:15 a.m., we will be auctioning off * N-TYPE SEED CORN * REGISTERED SOYBEANS " AND MATCHING CHEMICALS FOR TRULY PRODUCTIVE YIELDS. • • 10:30 a.m. - Monsanto Program 11:30 a.m. - Niagra Program (dealing with Niagra's new FURADAN corn insecticide) Noon - free hot lunch Red Hot Prices on Chemicals During Our Open House! v : Dave Martin (left), son of Mr. and Mri. Champ Martin of Algeria, is staying close to wrestling even though hit championship wrestling days at Algona High and Iowa State University are behind him. Dave is co-director el a new wrestling camp for boys and is employed as a wrestling supplies salesman. Gary Rich of the Algona Publishing Co. advertising department (right) and Martin checked an advertisement by Martin's employer which wot to appear in this month's edition of "The Predicament." "The Predicament" is Iowa's only wrestling newspaper and is publithed in Algona. BRADLEY Farm Supply Burt, Iowa PHONE 924-3629 "The farm with the tall tower" I NOTICE - wt have taktn drastic precautions to protect our warehouse from theft. Thieves enttr at your own risk . . .

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