Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1966 · Page 9
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,1 Bears, Bulldogs win Saturday games Garrigan blasts Spencer; hosts Newman Friday Garrigan high school posted its second decisive victory in two nights as the towering Bears crushed Spencer Saturday night in the Spencer Clinic finale, 81-53. The win came on the heels of an 80-49 defeat of St. John's of Bancroft here and gives the Bears a 2-1 mark for the season. They'll be back at it again this weekend with two games. First up is Newman of Mason City here Friday and then Pocahontas Catholic there Saturday. Coach Steve McCall's giants clamped a close pressing defense on the Spencer boys and combined with some fine shooting, broke the game wide open in, the second period. Bill Reding hit 20 points to lead all scorers but lie had lots of help. First there was Brian LaBarre with another fine effort and 18 points. Dick Mullet- poured in 14 and Don Courtney a reserve, hit 11. The Bears had 23 fouls and lost LaBarre and reserve Joe Becker by the foul route. Mullcr also brought home 13 rebounds while Reding grabbed 11 and Jim Youngwirth seven. GARRIGAN (81) fg ft D, Muller _________ 5 4.7 Youngwirth _________ 3 0-2 J. Muller _____________ 1 1-4 Reding ______________ 7 6-8 LaBarre _____________ 8 0-0 Becker __ __________ 2 1-1 Santa Sug-g-ests RCA VICTOR TAPE RECORDERS AND PLAYERS pf 3 2 4 0 5 5 .t 'i .). .\ 'i. Priced As Low As $ 39 95 at TOM'S RADIO & TV ALGONA Courtney 3 5.5 2 Nitchals 1 0-00 McCarthy i~ o-O 2 O'Brien 00-10 TOTALS ___; 31 17-28 23 Luscombe hits 35, Armstrong nips Ledyard Armstrong — Big John Luscombe dumped in 35 points to pace the Armstrong boys to a 65-51 win over Ledyard here Friday night after the Armstrong girls had taken the State line opener, 63-60. The girls game was close all the way and Ledyard led most of the first three periods. Eugene Klocke hit 34 for Ledyard to top all scorers while Ramse added 20. Armstrong took command of the boys game early and blanked Ledyard 17-0 in the first quarter. Ledyard clamped the press on the winners and made a strong comeback in the last three periods. Top Ledyard scorers were Ray Govern and Arnie Johnson with 14 and 11 points respectively.. GIRLS LEDYARD (60) fg Klocke 16 Packer 0 Menke 3 DeBoer Lloyd ft 2 0 0 0 6 0 8 ft 1 1 1 0 0 0 3 17 4 3 4 0 5 1 17 0 7 Busch 0 TOTALS 26 BOYS LEDYARD (51) fg Mayne - 4 Lloyd 4 Johnson 5 Govern 7 Johnson 4 Logemann 0 TOTALS 24 Swea City drops third straight game, 49-40 Swea City — Winless Swea City went down before Rake in a State Line conference game here Friday night, 49-40. Mark Reynolds hit 12 points for the losing Trojans while Bill Lafstrom ad- halftime lead after overcoming •an early Rake flurry but the winners outscored the 'home club in both of the last two quarters. SWEA CITY (40) fg ft pf Lafstrom 333 Berg 104 Johnson 402 Reynolds 522 Newlin - 002 Pingel 100 Larson 231 TOTALS 16 8 14 Twin Rivers sophs edge Bulldogs Monday, 39-34 The Twin Rivers high school sophomores defeated the Algona high school sophs Monday night in the season opener for the locals, 39-34 at Bode. Algona fell behind early and could never catch up. The Pirates led 25-13 at the half. Steve Brock paced the winners with 15 points while Bill Foreman added eight. Dave Lowman hit a dozen for Algona while brother Dean picked up six. RESULTS AND STANDINGS FROM THE ALGONA BOWLING LANES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Old Style 37 15 Hamm's 35 17 Zenders 33 19 Tall Pauls 33 19 Lindsays 28 24 K of C _. 1_ 27 25 Gambles 23 29 Railings Hog Mkt ___ 22 30 Weidenihoff 20 32 la. State Bank 19 33 State Farm 18 34 Algona Lanes 17 35 High Team Series Hamms 3025 High Series Ron Rochleau 605 High Game Russ Engelby 259 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W Universal No. 1 38 Busoher Bros. __! 37 Utt Electric 34 Redings Gravel 33 L 14 15 18 19 Whittemore Elev. ___ 30% 21V 2 Lindhorst Deputies _ 29 Vz 21 Vfe Northwestern Mutual 27 25 Universal No. 2 ___;_ 13 39 1st Lutheran 10 42 Dunn's Sure Save __ 8 44 High Team Series Utt Electric 3000 High Series Don Higgs 571 High Game Lyn Anderson 230 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 DeKalb '___ 46 Pine Room 35 Elberts Mileage 32 Kliens Farm 30 Larry's Recr. _^ 29 Weidenhoff 26 L. C. Store & Cheese 24 Blossoms Ins. 15 Fed. N. I. Grain 12 Coca Cola 11 High Team Series DeKalb High Series Glen Lictieg 527 High Game Bob Post 221 6 17 20 22 23 26 28 33 40 41 ___ 2954 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Bjustrom Furn. 28 Ms ll'/a Hamm's No. 2 26 14 Hamm's No. 1 25 15 Gene's Electric IS'/a 21 % Seeley's Realty Co. _ 15 25 Algona Lanes 7 33 High Team Series Bjustrom Furn. 2801 High Series Frank Moulton 597 High Game Frank Moulton - 236 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L 11 14 21 24 26 27 42 42 Ken's Auto 41 Pittman Finance 38 Zenders 31 Moormen's Feed 28 Standard Oil 26 Pepsi Cola 25 Femic 10 Seven-Up 10 High Team Series Ken's Auto 2241 High Series Women: Dee Riedel 590 Men: Clay Pittman 547 .High Game Women: Dee Riedel 213 Men: Bob Immel 226 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 1 >«^fr^a«««fttg?a^«a^^ Diamond's FREE Christmas Gift IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. • HOME OF GRUNDIG STEREOS • $42995 Hi-Fi Stereo Multiplex AM-FM Radio Combination REGISTER At Diamond's each and every time you're in the store. GIVEN AWAY FRIPAY, PIC. 23r<jl ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—3 THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1966 W L 9 10 14 20 30 31 33 45 Viking Oil 39 Druggest Mutual 38 Taylor Motor 34 No. Iowa Appliance _ 28 Algona Barbers ____ 18 Bordens Dairy 17 Sid's Cafe ___i 15 Fenton Elec. 3 High Team Series No. Iowa Appliance 2194 High Series Women: Kay Voigt - ____517 Men: John Lacy ~._1 567 High Game Women: Kay Voigt 216 Men: Art Groen 211 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES NO. 2 W L Algona PL & Heat __ 33 11 Consolidated Co-op _ 31 13 Ron & Jacks 23 21 Algona Lanes 21 23 Thompson Campers & Sales 21 23 Mulligan Ins. 19 25 Swanson Stores 15 29 Bomgaar's Ben Franklini 11 33 High Team Series Ron & Jacks 2198 High Series Women: Kay V'odgt - 517 Men: Jim Meyers • • 532 High Game Women: Shari Arndorfer 194 Men: Art Groen 211 20 21 COFFEE CUP W L Has Beans _________ 28 4 Black Oats _________ 18 '/ 2 13M> Sharks __ _______ .___ 14 18 'Pettiwats' _^'l_i.'l^l Question Marks ____ 12 Eight Balls __ ______ 11 High Team Series Question Marks ______ ___ 2579 High Series Nelda Kirkland __________ 479 High Game Jean Metzen _____________ 183 Titonka and Thompson split loop contests Thompson — Titonka and Thompson split State Line cage contests here Friday night as the Titonka girls won the opener, 56-40 and the Thompson boys copped the nightcap, 59-47. Cheryl Cunningham hit 20 points to pace the Squaws who jumped off to a 14-7 first quarter lead but were down 21-20 at the half. Karen Ricklefs hit 11 also for Titonka. The boys game went to Thompson, which led all the way after. pulling in front early in the third period, Greg Michaelson hit 13 and Daryl Giesking 12 for the losing Indians. GIRLS TITONKA (56) fg K. Ricklefs ___' ______ 3 G. Ricklefs _________ o Cunningham __- ____ 7 Engelbarts _________ 1 Akkerman ________ 3 Hoover : _____ _ ___ ___ o Bahling ___________ o Harms ___________ ._ 3 Beenken ___________ o Smidt --*.i^__ ___ _ o TOTALS __ _____ I 17 BOYS TITONKA (47) fg Kitzinger _______ ____ 2 Giesking _________ __ 5 Harms ____________ 3 Michaelson ________ i Rike ______________ 2 Kiley _____________ 2 TOTALS ___ _____ is Junior Hi|h ft 5 0 6 0 3 2 0 1 0 0 17 ft 1 2 3 11 0 0 17 Pf 1 1 ' 1 1 3 0 4 4 4 4 23 Pf 1 2 15 The Algona Junior high basketball teams sph't games with Biitt here Monday night. The 8th graders won the second game, 39-31 after the 7thu graders had lost the opener, 23-18. The 8th graders are now unbeaten in two games. Algona nips Webster City; Hampton next W L Algona 3 0 Hampton 2 1 Clarion 2 1 Humboldt 2 1 Clear Lake 1 1 Webster City 1 2 Eagle Grove 0 2 Iowa Falls 0 3 Results Saturday Algona 52 Webster City 48 Humboldt 57 Hampton 50 Clarion 73 Iowa Falls 59 Games this week Fort Dodge 68 Webster City 56. Friday Algona at Hampton Iowa Falls at Webster City Eagle Grove at Humboldt Clarion at Clear Lake Algona's Bulldogs, short on height but tall on desire, moved to the top of the North Central Conference with a 52-48 victory over Webster City Saturday night on the Lynx' court. The win puts Algona alone with a 3-0 record in the conference and certainly gives the Bulldogs the inside track in the title chase. Clear Lake, a big and strong ebb, still is the favorite to take all the marbles though, despite a big 45-43 loss to Webster City in its opener. "We didn't play well at Webster City and its nice to win those kind," Coach Howie Stephenson said after the game. When he said "we," he wasn't referring to his all-state candidate' guard, Craig Espe. j- He had a great night, tossing in 19 points and doing everything you could ask of a guy who stands less than 5'10" tall. Brocke Laws also turned in a good performance and bagged 15 points. i- Algona opened up a 16-9 first 'quarter--lead -and never' were 'behind again although there were some anxious moments. The half ended 27-23 but WC put in three quick points to make it 27-26 before Espe and Claude opened up a 42-33 breach with some long range firing. The Bulldogs' final quarter stall was non-too-effective but was sufficient to win it, particularly when Espe put on his drib- bung act in the final seconds. Tom Claude finished up with 15 points. Algona lost the battle of the rebounds, 33-22 but they probably will be used to this before the season is over, particularly when they run into any team that has good height. They make up for it with hustle .and tight defensive play, though. THE JV's also remained unbeaten and posted their fourth straight triumph in the opener, 41-40. Algona had a nine-point lead after three periods and then hung on to win the one-pointer. Top scorers were: Bruce Olson 9, Rod Rogert and Craig Wrestlers take third place at Eagle Grove TEAM SCORES Fort Dodge 67 Mason City 64 ALGONA 62 Eagle Grove 43 Clarion 43 Britt 31 Iowa Falls 26 Hampton ,_ 24 The Algona high school wrestlers took third place Saturday at the Eagle Grove Invitational, behind Fort Dodge and Mason City, strong AA teams. The Dodgers had 67 points, Mason City 64, and Algona 62. Thus the locals finished on top of the Class A schools participating in the meet, Clarion being one of these. Algona's only dual meet loss of the season was a close one to Clarion. Coach Champ Martin took 11 wrestlers to the meet, and nine of them got past the first round, assuring them they would wrestle two more times each. At Eagle Grove the first round losers are finished for the day, with no chance to wrestle back. The 112-lb. weight was not represented by Algona at the meet. Local wrestlers finishing in first place were Don Camp, 133-lb., and Clint Young, 145- Ib. These two are the only Algona wrestlers to remain undefeated thus far this year. Camp, who has actually been a member of the junior varsity most of the season up to this meet, looked great in all three of his matches, and won the final by pinning his opponent. He wrestled on the varsity two years ago at 112-lbs., and last year was on the junior varsity team most of the time. He is a jun ior. Young, a senior, has been up and down in the past two years on the varsity, but is off to great season this year. Denny Peterson, 95-lb. freshman fro>m Algona, got his first two wins of the season and took second in that weight division. He should be a tough competitor from here on. This was Algona's only second place in the meet. Getting third place by winning two. of three matches were Steve Claude, 127-lb.; Bruce Bennett, 154-lb., Dennis Miller, 165-lb.; and Brad Farnham, heavyweight. Larry Munger (120-lb.), and Phil Bode (180-lb.) took fourth places in their weights. Munger found the going extremely tough at Eagle Grove, and dropped a close decision in the second round lo Dillon of Hampton. Dillon later lost to State of Clarion in the finals. THE LOCALS entertain Humboldt here Friday night, then host the second annual Algona Invitational on Saturday. This will be an afternoon and evening affair with eight teams participating, among them West Taylor 7, Dale Pedersen 5, Den-j Sioux of Hawarden, rated num- nis Richter 5, Roger Ban- 4, Mike ! ber one in this part of the state Betts2, Steve Voyles 2. ' " I in the Class A division. Sentral drubs W-CL with 85 and 92 points Fenton — Sentral whipped Woden-Crystal Lake in a pair of games here Friday night to open the State Line season. The Sentral girls rolled up 92 points to win with ease 92-67. The winners were in front 31-11 after only one period. VicM Eimers led all scorers with 39 points including 17 of 17 from the free throw line. Teammates Teresa Voigt and Betty Wehrspan added 21 and 20 points respectively. The Satellites routed the visitors in the boys game, 85-29 as reserves played nearly half of the game for Sentral. Sentral was in front 19-5 at the quarter and 42-10 at the half. It was 66-19 after three periods. Five men hit in double figures for the winners as Howard Mueller and Les Luedtke hit 16 and 15 points respectively, followed by Owen Kerber with 14 and Ken Marlow with a dozen. BOYS SENTRAL (85) fg Luedtke 7 Brierle 2 Kerber 7 Lee 1 Geitzenauer 4 Mueller Marlow .__ 8 5 Backen 0 Johnson 3 0 0 37 Voigt Duncan _ TOTALS GIRLS SENTRAL (92 Wehrspan _. .. Elmers 11 Voigt fg 7 ..._ 7 Lockwood 0 Johnson 2 Douglas o Ditsworth 2 Blanchard 0 Geitzenauer 0 Krause o TOTALS 29 ft 1 0 0 5 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 11 ft 6 17 7 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 Pf 2 3 1 1 3 3 4 1 1 1 1 21 Pf 3 0 0 0 5 3 1 22 PUBLIC AUCTION ~ To settle the estate of the late B. A. Taylor, the following personal property will be sold at auction on the farm located 1 mil* south of Burt corner on Highway 169. 1 mile west, ' 1 A mile south, or f miles north of Highway 169 A 18 Junction at Algona then 1 mil* west and Vi mile south on ': FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 10:00 a.m. 2 - CARS - 2 1958 Ford 2 door, V-8 (good). 1950 Ford 2 door. HOUSEHOLD GOODS f Amana 12 ft. upright deep freeze, near new; Frigidaire refrigerator; New heavy duty electric food grinder-chopper with Va H. P! motor; Universal apartment size electric stove; Airline portable} 17 in. TV, 1 year old; TV antenna (new) VHP A'UHF; Hot Point 30 gallon counter top style electric hot water heater; Youngstown dougle tub cabinet type sink. USE ADVANCE WANT ADS BOAT ft MOTOR | 16 ft. Sea King aluminum boat, 1 year old; 6 H.P. Sea King boat motor, new. MACHINERY Cockshutt 40 tractor; Co-op tractor with loader and snow bucket; Tractor power mower; 4 row cultivator; John Deere 21 ft. straight disc, near new; Twin draulic trailer type weed sprayer; Cat* 2 ro$ picker shelter; Case 2 row corn picker; Case combine; Platform scale; J. D. 2 bottom plow; Wagon; 10 ft. spring tooth; Cross end: gate seeder; 15x20 heavy duty tarp; Va H.P. electric drill. ">«. MISCELLANEOUS I •• • • •;<•>'. ; i'' 2 — 300 gallon gas barrels, oil in barrels; Vise; Tractor jack; llxdl tractor chains; 100 good traps, many are new; Fur stretchers; Potf auger; Lots of tools too numerous'to mention. ' ? TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from the premises until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. '"•'$ B. A. TAYLOR, Estate | ROGER TAYLOR, Administrator j Auctioneer: Charley Quinn Clerk: Burt Savings Bank •/*•••:•••• «\ BELL RINGER CAR VALUES... JUST RECEIVED! "i A 1966 F-85 DELUXE 4-DOOR TRAINING CAR USED ONLY LENGTH OF CURRENT SCHOOL TERM. SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS. A FEW 1966 RAMBLERS & AMBASSADORS LEFT AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS. IF YOU CAN AFFORD A LATE MODEL USED CAR, YOU CAN BUY A BRAND NEW CAR FOR NO MORE! SEE OUR SELECTION !! 1965 RAMBLER Classic 660 with Overdrive, Radio, 232 Torque Command six. 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