Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 9
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SPOR tHURSbAY, NOV. 10, 1964 ALOONA (l*wa) ADVANCI-3 LuVerne boys boast eight letterwinners ^ Eight letterwinners on the on the fresh-soph squad. Coach boys team and five for the girls Bryce Wickett lost Only Eugene will return for LuVerne high Hefty from his 8-9 team of a school basketball this winter. The boys will open witih two games against Buffalo Center next Tuesday there wihile the girls have their first game against Rockwell-Swaledalc here Friday, Nov. 18. Returning lettermen on the boys team are Rex Bristow, Denny Hanselman, Roger Hansen, Daryl Trauger, Doug Nelson, Mike Stripling, Duane Will, Donald Bristow. Others on the squad are: Ronnie Wolf, Barry Seilby, Denny Barber, Les Sohipull, and Paul Swanson. There are also 18 freshman year ago. GIRLS WHO earned letters last year were: Zolda Witzel, Laurie Coyle, Mary Cronk, Michele Coyte and Connie Hefty Others on the squad are Luana Leek, Mary Hjelmetend, Kris Meyers, Raejean Hewitt, Linda Wilhelm, Barbara Hurlburt Anna Marie Baumann, Connie Warmbier and Teresa Tilligan The club has good size and speed but will lack experience. The full schedule for girls am boys Can be found in a specia advertisement elsewhere on today's LuVerne page. Bulldogs lack height as they prepare for opener Nov. 18 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST UPSETS Went few and for between in last week's Advance Football Guessittg contest iftd i handful 6f p^oftte missing just three games finished up with top hoii&rs in the coti* test .; . . First place was won by Wayne (Jhrtstiansen, college student at Iowa City, as his.49'point guess was closest to Michi* gan State's 56-poin.t blast against Iowa, Second place went to Bob Morgan of "Denison with a 46-point guess .and three misses while third place honors went to Alta Lowrtiaft of Grand Prairie, Texas. Checks are lit the mail to these con- Si ^ One other person, Howard Bitt of Burt, missed just three games but his 37*point guess kept him out of the money. On the honor roll with four misses Were the following: Jean Goff, Louisville, Ky.; Robert Lovstad, Burt; Dave Everds, Allison; Mrs. Harold Kos, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Richard Lickteig, Wesley; Arthur Klein, Sexton; and these Algonans, Kate" Gillespie, Gary Sherman, Dave Hanselman, Web Gillespie, Mrs. B. J. Bradford, Mrs. Charles Hoffmann, Elizabeth Byrne, Jane Fraser. Another big contest appeared in Monday's Advance. Cage prospects good for Twin Rivers boys *'. ; •••/ •. m -i w ' Bode—Six lettermen and four other promising candidates give Twin Rivers a fine outlook for basketball this fall. The team won 16 and lost five last fall. Lattermen returning are Jim Collins, Jack H?.rris, Kirk Rolland, Roger Clark, Mike Christiansen and Doug Logue. Other promising veterans are Duane Sharp, Steve Bcrgum, Gary Christiansen and Craig Kinseth. Dennis Anderson is head coach and Bob Algoe is assistant. The boys open their schedule with two games against Humboldt Tuesday night, Nov. 15 at HumboJdt. The girls 'open this Friday here against Titonka in two games. Others on the squad include: Tony HerOld, Steve Brock, Bill. Foreman, Mark Dale, Cai- vert Jansseh, Rich Jensen, Greg Pool, Dave Pehtico, Ron Raney, Denny Sclmltz, Dana Vige, Wayne Wehrspan, Mike Ziemet. Roger Collins, David Clements, Denny Erdmann, Randy Fuhrman, Bob Gress, Calvin Haug, Tom Jacobsoh, Scott Kampen, Robert Olson, Dave Seagren, Norm Zeman. BULLDOGS WHO figure in varsity plans this winter include the following, front row, left to right, Rich Black, Tom Claude, Craig Espe, Bill Boldridge, Bob Farnham; back row, left to right, Roger Wildin, Greg Belts, Tom Jones, Brocke LawS and Roger Meyer. ! Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. -H-r \ Bowling High team Series East End Grocery 2606 High Series ackie Muller 641 High Game ackie Muller 237 "H • MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE. NO. 1 . W , L Old Style 26 10 Tall Paul's 25 11 Hamm's 24 12 Zender's 24 12 K. of C 20 16 Lindsay 20 16 Reiling's Hog Mkt. __ 19 17 Gambles 17 19 Weidenhoff 13 23 Algona Lanes 11 24 Iowa State Bank 10 26 State Farm 7 29 High Team Series Old Style 2927 High Series Matt Ainphar 576 High Game Bill Allen — 218 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Universal No. 1 32 8 Buscher Bros, 28>/ 2 Reding Gravel 26 14 Utt Electric 24 16 Lindhorst Deputies — 24 16 Whittemore Lockers _ 23Va 16Vz Northwestern Mutual 18 22 Universal No. 2 10 30 First Lutheran 8 32 Dunn's Sure-Save 6 34 High Team Series Universal No. 1 293 High Series Clint Godden 6(X High Gam* Clint Godden 277 ,* # '#., •••• •'••,. .'•;: Basketball drills went 'into full swing this week for Algojna high school as . Coach Howie Stephenson prepares his .Bulldogs for their non-conference opener here a week from Friday night at Swea City. The Bulldogs face Eagle Grove there Saturday, Nov. 26 for the first conference,game. Stephenson has four lettermen back (a fifth, Steve Waller, did not report for basketball this fall) but an acute lack of heighth will plague Algona this year. Of the 10 boys On the varsity now, only two are over 6'. Tallest on the squad, 6'4" Tom Jones, a junior, is still playing a reserve roll in drills. The other 'big" boy, Gregg.Betts, a 6'2" unior, is also a letterman and is operating with the first 1 unit. OF COURSE Howie has his ,wo "little" guards back, Tom Claude and Craig Espe, both 5'9". They are expected to take over some of the scoring load this fall, particularly with first team all-state forward Dale Teeter now a freshman in college. "I've told Craig Espe he's got to score more this year, Stephenson said. "He's a fine shot but last year he just wouldn't shoot enough." Also operating with the first unit thus far are the two other ettermcn, Bill Boldridge, a 5.10" senior, and Brocke Laws, 6' senior. Others on the varsity squad are Bob FarnJiarn, 5'8" senior, loger Meyer, 5'10" junior, Roger Wildin, 5'11" senior and Rich WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W lamm's Beer 30 Feriton Elevator ____ 27 Bode Elevator 23 31k Cleaners __—,.— 18 tarnic's Recreation __ 15 Algona Livestock Auct. .9 Vhittemore Elevator 8 Percival _____1 —_ 6 High Team Series Fenton Elevator—— 2968 High Serit* Marve Bellinger -*_____ 580 High Game Marvc Bollinger 212 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L 6 9 9 18 17 23 24 30 Lindsay Soft Water __ 30 Druggusts Mutual __ 23 9 Taylor Motors 23 9 N. I. Appliance _____ 19 13 Borden's Dairy/ _____ 12 20 Algona Barbers ____ 12 i 2Q^ Sid's Cafe 10 22 Fenton Elevator .,_ 2 30 High Team Series Druggists Mutual 2258 High Series Women — Carol Groen 53J Men — Dick Reynolds 566 High Game Women — Carol Groen ___ 191 Men — Dick Reynolds ____ 219 faniily,"-and' Clarence Canadays. Mrs. Harold Sabin and Peggy were, callers. .. Mrs. Clyde Dudley, teacher at the special school in Algona, and Mrs. Win. Clegg, attended the 2nd annual . psychological : conference at Woodward Friday. Boyd Cammack and daughter Christi, Storm Lake, spent Friday night at Clyde Dudley's, and Saturday with Mrs. Dudley went to Minneapolis to see Mrs. Emma Gregg, patient at North Me- :norial hospital and to get Mrs. Cammack who had been with Mrs. Gregg during recent surgery. Mrs. Gregg, Elk River, Black, 5'2" junior. \Stephenson Minn., sister of Mrs. Dudley and said Meyer had shown a great deal of improvement thus far. Wildin is out for basketball for the first time. Black was injured prior to the start of football season, as was Boldridge, and both are just getting back into shape. KEITH CHRISTIE is in charge of the Junior Varsity, which has 14 boys including four sophomores. The freshman-sophomore team has 32 boys under Coach Lynn Kueck. "We're going • to have to TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W L DeKalb 33 3 Pine Room 25 11 Klein's Farm Supply 25 11 filbert's, Mileage 21 15 Larry's 'Recreation _ 21 15 Weidenhoff 16 20 Lotts Creek Store — 16 20 Fed. N. I. Grain 9 27 Blossom Ins. 9 27 Coca Cola — 5 31 High Team Series Larry's Recreation 2958 High Strife Holger Petersen ___ 612 High Game ,A1 Grill 222 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W I East End Grocery —'24 J /a 7V Fareway 24 8 Cook's Welders 23 9 Directory Service — 21 ,11 Women of the Moose 19 13 Rusk Dryg 14 18 Weidenhoff 13 19 Algona Auto Repair _ 13 19 Good Samaritan 12 20 Iowa State Bank 12 20 Charlie's Supper Club 9Ms W Algona Lanes 7 25 L 6 Johnson House 21 15 Dunn's Sure Save __ 20'/£ 15 Vfe Farm Service Center _ 20 16 Frederick Hardware _ 19 17 Coast-to-Coast 18 18 Viking Oil 17% 18M> Hamm's 17 19 Everds Bros 16 20 Gambles 14 22 V. F W 14 22 Elbert's Mileage _____ 7 29 High Team Series Lindsays 2582 High Series Joyce Dailey •: 553 High Game Joyce Dailey 244 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hamm's No. 1 _. .___ 21 7 Jjustrom Furniture _ 17V2 lOVs Hamm's No. 2 17 11 Gene's Electronics __ 13 Vfe 14Mj Seeley's Realty Co. __ 10 18 Algona Lanes 5 23 High Team Series Hamm's No. 1 2748 High Series Marve Calhoun 586 High Game Marv Caliioun 249 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 W L Algona Plumbing ___ 25 7 Consolidated Co-op. _ 22 10 Ron & Jack's 19 13 Thompson Campers __16 16 Algona Lanes 13 19 Fuller Brush ______ 13 19 Mulligan Ins. 12 20 Bomgaars B. Franklin 7 25 High Team Series Consolidated Co-op. 2220 High Series Women — Ersel Bernhard 439 Men — Wayne Alderson 556 High Game Women — Jerri Briggs * 174 Men — Paul Bernhard 202 change our off enise this year and run more,". Stephenson reporj^, "We don't have the rebounding size and thus, we're going to have to shoot, run and hound the teams all over the floor." This is somewhat the opposite from Coach Steve McCall's plans at Garrigan, where he's always had an aggressive defense which presses all over the court. This r he's long on size and probably will depend more on rebounding strength. Algona participated in the state tournament two of the last .hrce years — in 1964 when the iulldogs won third place—^and ast year when they were beaten in the first round by Ames. The locals are in the Class AA this year, as will be Garrigan. COFFEE CUP LEAGUE W Has Beens ' 14 Black Cats >_,__ 9 Eight Balls 9 L 2 7 7 7 12 12 Sharks 9 Petticoats 4 Questions 4 High Team Series Has Beens : : 2551 High Series Joyce Dailey 503 High Game Loretta Ditsworth 180 Mrs. Cammack, had visited the Dudleys a few weeks ago. She drove home on Sunday and Monday was hospitalized in Minneapolis, because of a hemorrhaging ulcer. She had surgery Oct. 30. Mrs. Stella DeSart, Lake City, who had been visiting the Wendell Greggs, Bemidji, Minn., for three weeks, came to Minneapolis with them Sunday to see Mrs. Emma Gregg ana the group from Iowa.'The Cam macks brought Mrs; DeSart back to her home at Lake City. The Herman Beckers. have been making frequent, trips to Fort Dodge to ' see 'Herman's mother, Mrs. John Becker, hospitalized at Mercy hospital, with a heart condition. Ronald Becker, student at Junior college". Enmietsburg, was out of school a few days with flu. Circular masonry towers were built where native stone was too hard to be squared for corner construction. Keep in the rut too long and you'll dig your own grave. Auxiliary at Lone Rock to hold a bazaar •t Lone Rock—The Legion, and Auxiliary met Wednesday night with 40 in attendance for a mer morial and draping the charter service for Mrs. Amanda Pettit. The Auxiliary welcomed new members. President, Mrs. Rita Schroeder requested members to attend the next meeting for the initia^ tion service. An additional $2.50 was sent in for district dues, gifts valued at $.7 were sent to the Des Moines Veterans hospi- atl for Christmas, plus $1 in cash. Final plans were made for the Veterans Day pot-luck supper to be held Thursday. Auxiliary members were asked to remem- >er articles for the bazaar. A oint. meeting will be held at the jone Rock Legion Hall, Nov. 15 t 8 with the district commander and district president attend- graduated recently from barber school in Cedar Rapids. He has passed state tests given in Des Moines, and is now visiting his parents. He is a 1965 graduate of Sentral. The Ronald Olsons, Bode were Sunday callers at Curtis Olson's. Three limestone blocks 63 x 13 x 10 feet in the Temple oi Jupiter — built in A. D. 150 a Baalbek near Damascus — are the largest ever used in building Irvington By Mae McLean tfe» amT9t ~~— . XI tub Tltttt»day With Becker* Mrs. Susie M». Peter Bormwjii,. prizes. Mrs. John Thul lub on Nov. 17, Arm Marie Berte, •<__.,_ _ he Vernon Bertes botit'Oi*. 28 was baptized Novs i in St; JoJ* eph's church by Rev, Leo C, Schumacher, Mrs. Grimm and Robert Becker wer« sponsors, ' Pamek Sue Reding, daughter of the Joel Redings, born Oet 28, was baptized Sunday in St. loseph's church by Rev. .Leo & Schumacher. Sponsors were ,SU8- an McEvoy and Gerald Kirach. Denise Marie Bortnann, daugh* ter .of the Donald Bormann'* born Oct. 30 was baptized Tuefr day, Nov. 8 in St. Joseph"* church by Rev. Leo C. Schu-, macher. Sponsors were Sandra Hilbert and Michael darken. Thursday evening at 8 O'clock a mass in St. Joseph's church for the November intentions will be read. JoAnn Erpelding, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, the Paul Erpeldings. ' Jean Marie Thul is at her par* ents the Eugene Thuls. She ia a student at Briar 'Cliff college, Sioux City, and was injured last weekend in a fall from a pony. l-v •»eeee«»«e»»»»»»e»»»»»»»»»»» ng. The next Auxiliary meeting has been changed to an afternoon- meeting, Dev. 7 at 2 p.m. Members are to bring children's jifits to this meeting to be sent to Woodward for Christmas. Bring wrapping paper and ribbon but do not wrap gifts. The Dave Smiths, Fort Dodge, visited the,.Edwin Wichendahls over the weekend. The Kenneth Thomson's were guests on Sunday of the Andrew Thomsons, Thomson Lone Rock. Mrs. recently returned home from St. Ann hosital. Mrs. Clinton Rath rural Lone Rock, had surgery Thursday at the hospital at Estherville. Her room is 321. The A. D. Newbroughs visited sisters, Cora and Julia Tenvill- iger, Humboldt Sunday. Allan Dacken, son of the Walter Dackens, Lone Rock, was DIAMOND'S JACKET SPECIAL BOYS' MACHINE WASHABLE SATEEN ZIP-OFF HOOD PARKA SIZES 6 to 16 $1*86 6 Mrs. Violet Walker, Algona, was a Sunday guest of her son, the Durwood Walkers. The Dick Fellins, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Fellin's mother, Mrs. B. O. Davis, Irvington, left Friday for Chicago and visited several .days with Mrs. Da vis's sister, the Lee Vander Walls. Visitors at Verl Patterson's Sunday were his niece, the Vaughn Loves, Granger, and Mrs. Patterson's parents, the Bert Huntleys, Renwick. Guests at Lawrence Miller's Saturday for Diane's 9th birthday were Mrs. Margaret Kent FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W Ken's Auto ________ 27 Pittman Finance Corp. 25 Pepsi Cola _________ 22 Moorman's Feed ____ 22 Zender's L 9 11 14 14 15 21 29 31 Standard Oil ________ 15 FEMJ.C _ _______ _ ____ 7 Seven-Up ____________ 5 High Team Series Auto ______________ 2379 Hifh Series Women r*- Lavonne Pittmaii 536 Msu ~ Bob Immel „: ______ 618 High Game Wom^n -rr- Lavonne Pittman 212 Men ™ Bob ImjneJ — _ ---- |44 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXfD DOUBLES NO- 1 W L Viking Oil ......... ., %7 5 For the ulmoM In Color TV dependability ... why not gel the best COLOR TV See the all-new Zenith COLOR TV in table models, console *nd stereo combinations. North Iowa Appliance Center ; John Levy Phone 295-3818 Algona low* WE URGE ALL AMERICANS TO ATTEND THE VETERAN'S DAY RALLY! WHEN 2 Friday Nov. 11 at 10a.m. WHERE 1 Courthouse lawn in Algona. SPONSORS 1 Veteran's Orangizations of American Legion & V.F.W. Everyone is welcome to march in the parade from Algona High School to the Courthouse. PARADE STARTS AT 10:00 A,M, FOR THIS RALLY WE STAND UNITED This advertisement jointly sponsored by the Kossyth County Republican Central Committee and the Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee. DIAMOND'S JACKET HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA A From the wonderful world of elegance at North Central Public Service Co. 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