Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 28, 1966 · Page 2
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RESULTS AND STANDINGS PROM THE ALOONA BOWLING LANES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. J -' • - " V" fc L .Old Style L_^ 33 15.. Hiram's ___*_ 31 17 Zender's „_ 31 17 Tall Paul's fc 30 18 Lindsay Soft Water -28 26 K. of'€: lli_,i ^ - 25 23 Reiling's Hog Mkt. __ 22 26 Gambles _jr 21 27 Iowa State Bank _:_^_ 19 29 Weidenhotf 1 18 30 State Farm 17 31 Algona Lanes 13 35 Nigh Team Series Zend6r's:l_i_i „ 2915 High Series Joe Metzen __;__J._1 628 High Game Meyer __:' J High,Team Series Weidenhoff *. 2908 High Series Joe filbert „'— 566 High Game Don Glaser ___—; 228 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN . : V - -".•,• ': W •: L ; Fareway -I——-—— 35 . 9 Bast End Grocery __ 33% 10% Cook's Welders ____' 28 16 Women of the Moose - 25 19 Directory Service _— 23 21 Weidenhoff 22 22 Good Samaritan __— 19 25 Iowa State Bank 17 27 Rusk Drug ^ - 17 27 Algona Lanes 16 28 Algona Auto Repair _ 15 29 . TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Universal No. 1 __-!_ 38 14 c Buscher Bros. _ ______ 37 15 Utt Electric ______ ll_ 34 18 Reding Gravel. ______ 34 18 Whittemore Lockers _ 3<H_ 21'i Lindhorst Deputies __ 29 ¥2 22Vz Northwestern, Mutual 27 25 Universal No. 2 __i- 13 39 First Lutheran ______ 10 42 Dunn's Sure Save ____ 8 44 High *Team Series W-uttemore Lockers __, ____ 2971 High Serie* ' Russ Sands _„ ____________ 608 High Game Jug Germann _____________ 235 Everds Bros _________ 24 24 Coast to /Coast __,_„>__ 24 24 Viking dil _________ 1'23% 24% fetamm's^ _____ —,.___ 22 26 , V. F. W _______ +- ____ 19 29 Gambles ___ .,-— 1 ___ 19 29 filbert's Mileage ____ 12 36 High Team Serlei ttamm's _______ ;i— _'i ____ 2454 Edith Liowman ____________ 504 High Gam* Edith Lowman _________ '-— 205 Blanche Long ____________ 200 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN { , W L Bjustrom's Furniture 28% Hamm's No. 2 ______ 28 Mamm's No. 1 „_ ___ 25 14 15 Gene's Electronics ___ 18% 21% Seeley Realty Co. L ___ 15 25 Algona Lanes ________ 7 33 High Team Series Bjustrom's Furniture i____ 2801 v High Series Frank Moulton ___. _________ 597 High Game Frank Moulton ___ ' _________ 236 2-ALOONA (lewe) ADVANCI MONDAY, NOV. M, If* Boys cage tourney pairings announced ftlVtRDALI RUSTLERS I a Wyerdftie Hustlers UniU met fto 15 it 7 j p.m. ift the St. Joe tori* ftfP^dttig ifid Miti. Thilgw gave ft t*fo «l 44| flatten* Pl»the «fld J«fte Reding, fleaorted .on 4«r ^ camp. Recognition awards were given for achievements during the ptst year. After the awards lows, h*fl4ed qut, itmdi ,**s served, The next meeting will bs Dec. 8 when newly elected off)' cen will be installed. This Will also be the Christinas party and will ft*rt off with potluck for inemfaers and their parent*. Sato- member.. .Linda Reding is re-porter. IT'S OUR Charlie's Supper Club 13'A 30% High Team Series Weidenhoff 2402 High Series Jackie Muller 524 High Game Jerry Briggs 209 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Ken's Auto L 38 10 Pittman Finance 34 14 Zender's - 28 20 Moorman's Feed i_Il 27 21 1 Pepsi Cola __., 25 23 , Standard Oil L 2S 23, FEMIC 23 25 39 TUESDAY NIGHT - LEAGUE NO. 2 W DeKalb _________ ..__ 44 Pine Room - -------- 34 ^filbert's Mileage __ __,_ 29 Klein's Farm Supply -29 Larry's Recreation ___ 28 Weid/enhoff _________ 23 Lotts ,Creek .Store ___ 21 Blossom Insurance __ 12 Fed. N. la. Grain ____ 10 Coca Cola _ _____ — — 10 L 4 14 19 19 30 35 27 28 38 38 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN i ' ' .?' . W L HaninVs Beer _i_^ — 39 9 Fehton Elevator __, — 33 15 Bode Elevator _: ____ 33 15 Algona Livestock _ ___ 33 , 15 Elk Cleaners ____ 1-L 20 28 Bernie's Recreation __ 17 27 Percdval Motors ____ - 14 34 Whittemore Elevator 11 33 High Teem Series Fenton Elevator ___ i ______ 3030 High Series Wally Erdman ____________ 601 High Game Ken Meyer _______________ 225 Seven-Up , L-.1 ,9, High Team~Series? 1 Zender's l__i_ 2211 High Series .• Women •— Lavonne Pittman 539 Men — Bob Riedel 1 581 High Game Women — Heide Ferguson _ 185 Men — James Schultz 200 s * • ' ' SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 W L Viking Oil ., 37 7 • i * Tournament pairings for next February were announced Wat week just as most teams were opening their'Cage season. ' Algona, oarrjgaii, Forest City and riumboldt are paired up in the Class AA District at Garrigan the las£ week "in February; This year, there will be two state titles, Class A and AA and all county teams t but ~the Algona schools are in the smaller classification. " j Algona meets Forest City at Garrigan Feb. 27 and Garrigan faces Humboldt on Feb. 28. The winners meet March 2 and thje dtsirict winner moves to Spencer for the first round of sub-state play on March 4. Parings for the ,boy's Class A sectionals are as follows: (AT MALLARD AND WEST BEND) Mallard vs. Ayrshire at Mallard (Feb.••20);- West Bend vs. Emmetsburg Bend (Feb. Emmetsburg Catholic at West 20); Ruthven vs. at Mallard (Feb THURSDAY NIGHT WbMEN W Lindsay ____________ 37 i Dunn's _____________ 28% Johnson House _____ 27 Farm Service _______ 26 Frederick Hwde. ____ 26 L 11 19% 21 22 22 Druggiste Mutual 34 Taylor Motors 32 North la. Appliance _ 25 Algona Barbers - , 18 Sid's Cafe 14 10 12 19 26 30 30 42 Bordlen's Dairy —,_^_ 14 Fenton Elevator 2 High Team Series Druggists Mutual ,1_ 2307 High Series Women —.Carol Groen 569 Men — Hank Geilenfeld ^__ 568 High Game ' Women — Carol Groen ^ 204 Men — Hank Geilenfeld 210 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 , W L The Algona Corn Belt Chorus presents the . . City Chorus The Astro-Naughts The Panics IN AN EVENING OF DELIGHTFUL HARMONY Thursday, Dec. 1 8 P.M. ADULTS — $1.25 GRADES — 75c GARRIGAN AUDITORIUM TICKETS AVAILABLE AT • WILTGEN'S • ZENDER'S • HONSBRUCH'S Algona Plumbing ____ 33 11 Consolidated Co-op. L._ 31 13 Ron & Jack's _______ 23 21 ;: Algona Lanes 21 23 •• Thompson Camipers _ 21 23 - £ Mulligan Ins. 19 25 Fuller Brush 15 29 < Bomgaar's __j.____l:__ 11 33 , High Taam Series I Consolidated Co-op/ ___!;._ 1802 High Serjt* : Women — Ersel Be'mhard - 470 Men — Wayne Aldersoh i__ 515 High Game Women — EJrsiel Bernhard _ 188 Men — Eugene Wolf ___v-- 210 COFFEE CUP LEAGUE •' • : uu , ". i Has Beens !____ 24 4 Black Cats L_ WVfc Sharks ___::_„„ ''14/ 14 Petticoats 11% 16^ Eight Balls ___, 11 17 Question Marks 9 19 High Team Series Has Beens ___!_ ____:_ 2670 High Series Loretta Djtsworth -: 503 ' High Game , Loretta Ditsworth ^_______^ 230 WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP The Women's Fellowship p. the Congregational church will meet for 9 one o'clock luncheon at the church on Thursday, Dec l. A Christmas program will fol low in "sight and sound" featuring Mr, and Mrs. Frank Ryerson, Burt. . 90% OF UNITED FUND The United Fund drive for Algona has now reached 90% of its goal, according to publicity chairman Lois Allen Friday, 20); Graettinger vs. Bye; Semifinals at Mallard Feb. 22 and finals at Mallard Feb. 23. Winner plays Armstrong Sectipna winner at Algona Garrigan Wednesday, Mar. 1. : (AT BRITT) LuVerne vs. Britt (Feb. 20, 8:30); Goldfield vs. Bye; Boone Valley vs. CorwithrWesley (Feb. 20, 7 p.m.) Kanawha vs. Bye. Semifinals Feb. 22. Final Feb. 23. Winner plays Lake Mills Sectional winner in Class' A district at Mason City, Wed. March (AT POCAHONJAS) Pocahontas Catholic vs. Twin Riyers .(Fe;b. 20); .Palmer ys: Bye; Rolfe vs. Gilmore City^ Bradgate (Feb. 20); Pocahontas vs. Bye; Semi-finals Feb. 22 and finals Feb. 23. Winner plays Albert City, Wednesday, Mar. TitoHlu |Ms •dp-4,1846 Gruver — Tttonka scored four points in the final minute of play here Tuesday night to edge the Lincoln-Central girls, 58*56. Of its 55 points; Uncoin-Centnl got 47 from Susan Holl, But three good 'sooting efforts brought the win to me Squaws. Cheryl Cunningham hit 28 fot the winners while Judy Aoiur* man had 17 and Karen Rickiefs 14. • , •-* t t The game was tied at the naif 30-30 and 4MJ after three periods. ' ' f f -' " r GIRLS TITONKA (Sf) < fg Ricklefs 4 Ackermain 8 Cunningham i 11 Harms - ,0 Sniidt 0 Bahling ' 0- Beenken 0 TOTALS 23 LINCOLN- CENTRAL (55) ffg Neppl — 1 Hatling 0 dy Wagner is reporter. 4-H members and their mothers who wish to do ao, will charter a bus to Des Moines to see the Ice. Follies, and also take a tour to places of interest in the city. RIVERDALE RUSTLERS II RAverdale Rustlers Unit II met Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. The Pledge of Altogtance was led by Joan Red- arid S^ndy KMlasch led the pledjreT Linda Reding and line 'Reding gave a demon- Jim. Elizabeth Zeimet and Jane McGuire gave a talk on : " at Madrid this summer. * Wf will be Dec. 2?, a poi install! in ttie\ e Mrty Officer* and initiation of new We enjoy our customers - and we like the feeling of .confidence we share . . . x Confidence that they not only have ADEQUATE insurance, but insurance to suit their needs. If we can serve YOU, won't yoU' call us? IT WILL BE OUR "PLEASURE TO BE OF SERVICE! N j 1 Blossom Insurance 109N.Dodga Alfona, Iowa Phone 295-2735 ALGONA LAHES WEEKLY CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES Holl 17 sweeps pair of cage games Tuesday Lakota — The Lakota high school girls and boys won a twin- WH here Tuesday night over Uedyard. .'.',' The Lakota girls won the opener 67-48. Jo Junkermeier popped in 28 points to lead Lakota while Eugenia Klocke led the losers with 19 and Ranae Lloyd had 17. The Ledyard boys led after one quarter but then were outscored in each of the last three periods to lose 64-52. Lakota led at the half, 30-25. Leading the scoring for the winners was Terry Krominga .with 17 points while Sherman Sleper had 10, Ledyard's best was Roger Mayne with 2(1 while Bill Johnson added a dozen. Klingbell 2 Sunde 0 M. Holl 1_ 0 LJllensvang - 0 Howard _: .- 0 TOTALS ____• 20 Cooper to M.C. Barbershop evtnl Beanie Cooper, popular foot ball coach at Garrigan, will be master of .ceremonies at "Barbershop Extravaganza" be,held at 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, at the Garrigan auditorium. The program is being present- •JBd by the AlgdnkCptn'B^lt Choi rus and will r feature as guests the River City Chorus together with two well known quartets, 'he Panics and the Astro-Nau- ghts, all of Mason .City. The. As- ro-Naughts were Mini finalists n international competition and he Panics district finalists in 1966. Tickets are available from any member of the Algona Bar- >ershop Chorus or Garrigan Band. They may also be purchased at Zender's Clothing, Wiltgen Jewelers and Honsbruch Drug. CHRISTMAS HEADQUARTERS FOR Bowling Equipment Balls - Bags -Shoes GIFT CERTIFICATES Guarantee Satisfaction —Will measure, drill'a'hd letter or initial balls FREE OF CHARGE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 9:15 P.M. Ofit EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCI Diamond's FREE Christmas Gift IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO, f HOME OF GRUNDIG STEREOS • RfQI^TER R&mftn4's each every time you're in the Store. GIVEN AWAY F*IPAY, PEC. 23rd GIRLS LEDYARD (48) fg ft Klocke 7 5 Packer 1 0 Uoyd 1 3 11 DeBoer 0 0 Menke 5 o McKinnon 6 0 Johnson 0 0 Warner 0 0 TOTALS —_ 16 16 LAKOTA <«7) fg ft Junkermeier 13 2 Leonard - 6 o N. Hertzke 0 1 Sheldahl l o Sleper 0 0 Christ o 0 Johnson o 0 G. Hertzke 10 4 Coy 0 0 TOTALS , 30 7 REQUEST ALL WINNERS IN THE HEART BOWLING TOURNAMENT BE PRESENT TO RECEIVE THEIR PRIZES. U,f DECEMBER 4 TO JANUARY 8 FALL BOWLIIHJ TOUflMAMEHT MEN'S SINGLES — DOUBLES — MIXED DOUBLES 4-H News x CRESCO CHUMS Cresco Chums met Nov. 7 at pf 2 j 0 6 p 5 • 1 II pf 5 '0 1 p § 5 5 3 ,3 27 the extension office with Becky Buscher and Jane Simpson as hostesses. A demonstration .was given by Jane Simpson. Talks were given by Sue Smith and Edna Frideres. the Christmas party is Dec. 20. Guests were Mrs. C. E. Zaugg, Mrs. Bob Buscher, Mrs. Dick Simpson Mrs. James Wildih, Mrs. Ken neth Roethler, Mn. Ed Friderg Mrs, Marlin Meehlhaus and Mr? Les Wildin. Leaders were Mr? Wayne Smith and Mrs. Jim Besch. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 9KM P.M. MULLIGAN NIGHT COME ON OUT. WE PROMISE YOU'LL HAVE F'JNI PORTABLE TV To B« Given Away ABSOLUTELY FREE (on Op*n Bowling Only). Just bowl 3 lines'and put your name in th* box for th* drawing. BOYS fg ft UIDYARD(52) M#yne ------- _ Wpyd ------------- -1 0 A. Johnson --------- i 3 Govern ------------ 3 0 Johnson ------------ 5 ? o i 17 If f« ft 4 1 3 LAKOTA (64) Koppen Krominga Johnson 1 l i -,____ i 3 Simper _____________ 5 o Meur^r ----- -------- 2 0 3 0 <_. _____ 2 2 Lewis ______________ 0 0 1 2 2 .9 ••4 '4 if p] G * FREE GLAUCOMA TESTING UNIT v ' ..••.• i •-.,..' WILL BE IN ALBONA TUESDAY, NOV. 29 ft WEDNESDAY, W 30 '( • . . • AT TNI HOTEL AUONA TIITIN9 F»OM I AJ*. - 19 NOON § PROM 1 P.M, - > P.M. AFPQl^TMENTS PRpIFEJiBBP, BUT NOT REQUIREP Pfcow 295-3814 For Appointaent Th)f »**nwi»»M(W' jt if It by thf Akx>n« •p»y«fit »y«r 49 ytiff y 5 t» 1 Club, if Fflfi ts th* tft« bwt not limited to th«t TMM NBM TMHSPMmiOK MAY OAU DAM'S 29^ 5144 Ufa.

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