Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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" Scoreboard THE SCOREBOARD reads "Algona 1, Swea City 42" but this was not exactly correct Friday night because it"was 101-42 When these two pictures Were v snapped. Tom Jones, No. 44 is shown looking up at the ball as it swished through the basket for the 100th and 101st Algona points to set a new school scoring recbrd. ,It was Jones, Who came off the bench to hit 15. points, who has just slapped in a rebound to break the school scoring record. Swea City and Algona players look on, The previous Algona record was 98, scored on Feb. 19, 1965 in a 9882 romp past Iowa Falls here, Exclusive Advance Photo by, Bruce Ritchie. •>-"' THURSDAY, NOV. H 1»** ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCE-7 Burt split cage games Titonka — Burt and Titohka plit a doubleheader here Friday ight as the Titonka boys edged he Bears 46-45 in the nightcap ifter Burt had downed the Iquaws 68-42 in the opening game. ,' Charlotte and Charlene Lappe poured in 23 points each to pace ,he Burt girls to the victory in opener;. Adding 22 points ivas Sa'ridy Ortman. Burt led at the half, 43-26. Ricklefs led the Titonka girls with 17 points. John Kiley's basket with four seconds left in the game brought ritohka home with a 46-45 Win in the opener. Dave Kitzinger led the Indians with 12 points with Daryl Giesking getting 11. Kiley scored his o<nly basket and paints of the game in the final seconds Batt paced Burt with 17 points. GIRLS BURT (68) fg ft Pf Charlotte Lappe _.___ 5 13 1 Charlene Lappe"! 8 74 Ortman —: 781 Becker 003 Ackerrnan 003 Kathy Lappe 0 05 Heye's 002 TOTALS 20 28 19 TITONKA (42) fg ft pf Ricklefs 3 11 3 Cunningham 7 01 Akkermian 513 Harms 006 Eden 003 Beenken 00 5 Bahlinig __' —- 0 0 Smidt 0 0 Zwiefel TOTALS _- Lakota. girls win opener, 56-45 Lakota — The Lakota girls op ened their basketball season Fri day night by downing the Woden Crystal Lake girls, 56-45 here Pacing the win was Glenda Hert zke with 26 points while JoAnn Junkermeier added 19 in the win ning effort. Lakota led all th way and had a 29-15 halftim margin. LAKOTA (56) fg ft p Junkermeier ___ 9 1 Leonard !_ 1 7 4 Hertzke :__L _iir 4 1 Sheldahl __i;__u.l 00 Sleper - 0 03 Christ ,___ 0 0 3 Johnson 005 TOTALS 22 12 18 St. John's opens West Bend, 80-37 Bancroft — St. John's high chool of Bancroft romped past West Bend here Friday ndght to open the cage season, 80-37. !oach Vince Meyer's club stdrt- d cjiiickiy and wene in front 4016 at the halftinie intettnission, Charlie Farrow pumped in 22 joints to pace the Johnnies but t valuable help from Steve Vaske with 20 and Terry Carpenter with 13. West Bend's top scorer was Mark Jones with 12 as Bancroft outscored their foes in every quarter. W6ST BEND (37) fg Meyer __ ____ - ______ 2 Banwart ___- _______ 2 C6llins___ ___ -.—- _____ 3 Jones __ ________ - ---- 4 Wirtz __„ _________ — 1 Shellmeyer ________ - — 0 Dogotch ___ _ ____ ^__- 0 T. Collins __________ 1. TOTALS ________ 13 BANCROFT (80) fg Fairrpw _—._—-: ---- : 9 Vaske i___i_-_4^---— 7 4 4 0 0 2 __ 15 12 31 BOYS •;';•"•' BURT (45) fg ft Batt —_ 7 3 McFarland -.'- - 2 3 Cranston —3 1 W. Laurens 3 ••-' 0 Presthus —' — 0 2 Bristow —— —- 0 1 H. Laurenz - .—0 3 TOTALS ^--.--- IS ~13- TITONKA (46) fg ft Ritzinger _ 5, , 2 iesking _•__ -—5 1 farms — 4 2 kTlehaclson . 3 3 Pf 3 .'5 4 5 4 2 - ii Ringsted and Sentral split cage games Fenton — Ringsted and Sea- tral high school opened their basketball season here Friday night by splitting a pair of cage games. The Sentral boys bowed to Ringsted in the nightcap game, 76-56 as Monty Fischer whipped in 27 points for the winners. Sen- tral'got 15 points from Kerber and 13 from Geitzenauer. Ringsted led at the half, 33-21. Cindy Lockwood paced the Sentral girls to a 77-32 rout of the opener as she hit 26 points Betty Wehrspan added 24 more mportant counters in the victory for the Satellites. Sentral was fai n front, 31-13 at the half. SENTRAL GIRLS fg ft pf Wehrspan •- 10 4 1 Eimers 400 Voigt 600 Lockwood - 12 2 0 Johnson 200 Uthof 112 Ditsworth 000 Blanchard 0 02 Newel 003 Geitzenauer 000 Krause 000 Brandow 00 0 TOTALS 35 7 8 SENTRAL BOYS fg ft pf Luedtke ____- 4 2 2 Brierle 211 Shaw 012 Kerber -_i 634 Lee____—-: 5 0 Geitzenauer 61 Muller 1 0 TOTALS 24 8 13 Ledyard Mrs. Earl Jorgenson Mrs. George Thompson left Wednesday for Thanksgiving with her three sons in Sioux City. She plans to be gone five days. Friday guests at Harold Warner's were June Marie Rusch, Mrs Lena Werner and the Harvey Coates, Dearborn, Mich. Mrs. Rose Moulton is now resident of the Heritage Home in Bancroft. The Tim Doocys and Carlyle Engelbys were Sunday guests a' Vincent Engleby's. Mrs. Bob Jorgensen, Mrs. Vio tor Vriesen and Mrs. Robert L Jorgenson were in Mason Citj Tuesday for the Girl Scou meeting. Ciley _ Bahling TOTALS 1 1 19} 8 iin- p .l' ::t - 2 \"l ,13 Armstrong drops Ledyard girls Ledyard — The Ledyard girls dropped a 63-54 decision to Armstrong here Friday night in a girls basketball game. Armstrong led at the half 33-25 and was in front most of the game. Ledyard got 28 points from Eugenia Klocke and came within two, 46-44, late in the game. LEDYARD GIRLS (54) fg ft pf Klocke 10 8 0 Packer 001 Lloyd 8 3 TVtenke 3 1 HePoer 0 0 McKinnon 0 0 Johnson 0 0 TOTALS 21 12 14 When you love your work, it shows. And we love our work. So much that'we couldn't bear to stop with the slickest-looking split grille ever to grace a Wide-Track. (Or any other car, for that matter.) We went ahead and made the wind$hield wipers disappear.' The car not only looks cleaner, but the.wipers are less subject to icing and freezing, too. Then we got rid of the vent windows on all Grand Prix hard-' tops. We replacecj them with nifty monograms and a flow-through ventilation system. We even designed a rather unique hood-mounted tachometer Pontiac Motor Division option that's available on all Pontiacs. As are our other new options like stereo tape and stereo radio. And, of course, our handsome interiors have to be seen to be believed. All Pontiacs have standard safety features that include a dual master cylinder brake system with warning light, outside rearview mirror, and GM's energy absorbing steering column. Isn't it time you decided to see your Pontiac dealer? If you love our work the way we do, it's the least you can do. Pontiac 67/Ride the Wide-Track Winning Stwak SCHULTZ BROS, 1009 S, Phillips Algona Iowa EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE ft 3 0 3 4 1 0 0 0 11 ft 4 6 pf .4 3 18 Schneider .~___ ^ — — .1. 0. Nemmers ___— _ — —3 0 Carpenter ___ _______ 61 Nurre _ -------- — - 1 0 Kissner __ ______ - ___ _ 2 3 TOTALS ____!___ 33 14 Muller named to 3rd all-state I ' - / . ,^ "'I' . • y.'_. • ! ' . Register team Dick Muller, Garrigan's fine 235 pound tackle, was given hi* tighest honor of the grid season Sunday when he was riamed to the Des Mbines* Register third all'st&te team. His .teammate, Sill Reding, however, was placed far down the line on the fifth all-state team by Brad Wilson. > ! Webster City's Gave Brooks was ptit on the first team white Kuemper*s Larry Pirotte, everybody's No. 1 all-state man, was placed on the No. 2 team. Buffalo Center's Terry Letcher, a No. 1 team IDPA all-stater, landed on the Register's .No. 6 team; Given honprable mention by the Register were Jim; Youngwirth, Garrigan end; Mike Johnson of Swea City; Dpug Logue of Twin Rivers; and Russ Sleper. Titonka, all halfbacks; and fullbacks Dan Laffey of Armstrong 20'arid Jerry Nerem of Sentral. BUY USE OUR -Z PAYWA QtfiSlmUs Bonus NO PAYMfcNf FEBRUARY COAST-TO-COAST ' . ED WOLF, Owner 22 E. State St. LSr^u ri&rnas th* •fora wh«r« your dollar will do tho most STARTS A THRILLING TOY FOR FUN ALL YEAR 'ROUND ELD°N 9.99 ROAD RACE SET , , Road race set features two roadsters, ear deeals and instruction book. Aiso includes seventeen pieces of track and eight guard rails. (TU0201-7) •Sv, CHRISTMAS LIGHTS -t Daisy Model 7894 "SPITTIN' IMAGE" BB-gun replica of famous Winchester "94" Car bine. Lever action. (SA0970-1) 8.99 EACH LAMP BURNS INDEPENDENTLY 700% American Made •• rVestfnghouse Bulbs 7 Bulb INDOOR LIGHTS 7 Bulb OUTDOOR LIGHT* (TF0255-0) (TF0290-7) FOR A COLORFUL CHRISTMAS Spray plastics, wood, metals, paper and styrofoam. Choose from a wide selection of lively colors. (GP0105-2) STICK-ON BOWS Fifteen assorted bows and 20 free gift tags for the prettiest packages under the tree! (TF0188-2) Spray gun attaches to vacuum cleaner. Water container and sno-flok. (TF0715-4) Christmas Tree CAKE PAN Bright smooth finish tinplote, 9" x 1-3/8". Makes layer coke using regular 9 inch layer cake recipe. (WF0032-3) 10.97 FROSTY FOUNTAIN 6 foot aluminum tree. Stand is included. (TF0518-3) LANDERS"DEBUTANTE" 2camforicble temperatures and an extra large nood. Ccr.:es in a hat box style case that looks like ieurher. (\^0303-9) 777 COHST-TO-WAST - ED WOLF, •*«« - TURKEY WINNER — JIM MA^LQW, Lone Rpck 22 I-STATIST, •M

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