Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1965 · Page 3
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sweep cage games STATE LINE (Beys) w Armstrong 6 Lakota _.. 5 Titonka ..5 Sentral 4 Swea City 3 Ringsted 2 Ledyard 2 Rake i Thompson i Burt 0 * * * Armstrong retained , its s1im, T ^(9 lead in the Stats Line Confer 1 ' erice boy's race last, Tuesday its L 0 1 2 2 2 3 3 4 5 7 span connected for 10 for Sen- tfta. Charlotte Lappe led Burt with 10. tn trie boys game, Eugene Dotitje pouted ifi M points' ttf pace the win. tedyafd led in that game, 38-21 and was in ffotit 55-36 going into the final period. The Sentral boys pulled away to a 38-22 halftime lead and won going away, Tom CJeitzen- auer meshed 16 points while Gene Hanna was close behind With 15. Btirt's best scorers were August Sankey and Duane Peter with 10 each. ARMSTRONG TAKES RINGSTED — Armstrong kept in the boys and girls night but Lakota, Titonka, Swea races in the . State- Line confer- City and Sentral still kept with- ence with wins here Friday. range. The schools knocked The Tiger boys won their off league action for this week after Friday night games because of the conference tournament taking place this week. 4f # # SENTRAL EDGES BURT TWICE Fenton — The Sentral boys and girls won games here with Burt Tuesday night. The girls edged the visitors 29-27 in a low- scoring contest while the boys seventh game with a narrow 57-54 verdict as three men hit LAKOTA NIPS TITONKA TWlC.fi. Tltonka — Lakota won both the girls and boys games hero Tuesday night and the boys remained just a game in back of Armstrong in the torrid boys race. The Eagles won the boys game, 57-50 with three men hitting in double figures. Titonka took a 16-10 first quarter lead, but the winners assumed a halftime margin of 28-24 and led, most of the rest of the game. Roger Becker meshed 18 points while Larry Hippert potted 12. For Titonka, Roger Ackerman was the top scorer with 16 points while George Pommer connected for 13. ' Sue Karels notched 32 points to pace the Lakota girls to a. narrow 56-55 victory. Lakota LEDYARD CAPTURES GAMES AT THOMPSON Thompson — Ledyard won both ends of a twin-bill here romped to an easy 71-49 victory. .Tuesday, 64-29 in the girls game Both girls teams were cold and 65-60 in the boy's contest, from the field as the' first half ended 14-10 in favor of the'Satel- Darlene Logemann, who was named homecoming queen two .. , - --- .-- ••w«»»»,<^ • •wMii^^vriiiiug, \f UC^II \iW\J lites. Burt was down .by eight weeks ago, paced the Ledyard with three minutes to play but girls with 27 points while Klocke closed the gap quickly in the hit 16. Ledyard was in front all final moments. Betty Wehrspan the way and held a 35-15 half- hit 12 points while Bonnie Wehr- 1 time margin :o Boone Valley. Stephanie Bar- Ilk hit 23 points fpf the winners. Tim Long hit a 15-foot jump shot with 12 seconds left to give :he CorwitfrWesley boys a come- ffom-behind 69-58 victory in the nightcap. C-W is now 5-2 for the season. Long and Doug DeGrootc shared top point ho.iors with 13 each for the winners. LuVerne posts two victories over Kanawha LuV«rne — The LuVerne basketball teams Won. two games Friday night over Kanawha here. The boys, now 6-3 for tlic season, won the nightcap 67-48 after holding a 31-25 halftime Annual WILL FEATURE • ALUMNI SECTION • STUDENT INDEX 190 PAGES — Largest Annual To Date $4.50 PER COPY — Contact Department of Publications at High School Juanita Meyer — Dennis Ohrtman, Co-Editors • Jane Geilenfeld, Business Manager i .„. . ,. ,. _ ., . , - - . irt double figures. Both girl's outscored the home club 20-6 teams were unbeaten in the in the final per i 0 d after being opener as Armstrong took a 59-! behil , u 49 . 36 going into the fin- 54 verdict. The Tigerettes were al stanza> Iris Michaelson hit down 18-7 at the quarter. 2 2 for Titonka. Twin Rivers wins two games Tuesday Pocahontas — The Twin Rivers boys and girls stayed in the thick of the fight for the Twin Lakes Conference title with double wins here Tuesday night. Both clubs have 4-1 records in the conference. The. boys, are 5-1 overall and the girls 6-2. Kristie Erdman hit 34 points to pace the girls to their 61-45 victory. Twin. Rivers was in front all the way and* outscored Pocahontas in every quarter. Five Pirates finished in double figures as the boys routed Poky, 71-47. Twin Rivers led 43:22 at the half. Steve DeGroot had 16 points, Ron Fredrich and Berge 15 each, Rick Anderson 13, and Don Gronbach 10. Ccrwith-Wesley boys and girls post victories Corwith — The Corwith-Wesley girls snapped Boone -Valley's unbeaten string at nine Tuesday night with a 52-38 victory here. The C-W girls are now 9-1 -for lead. Bob Maass led the scoring with 26 points while John \Vick- ett pitched in 16 and Eugene Hefty 15. as bows, 72-54 ! West Bend — St. John's of Bancroft lost not only the ball- Igame but two players in losing I to West Bend high school, 7254 here last Tuesday night. Staffing forward Mike Carpenter suffered a head injury and was taken to St. Ann hospital for observation after the game. His injury was believed to have been a mild coneussion. Another starter, Don Menke, sustained a sprained ankle in the fourth quarter and was forced to leaye the game., West Bend broke the game open in the fourth quarter with a 31-point barrage after leading 30 ' 22 tne half ancl 41 " 33 after three periods. Bruce Balge man, West Bend's top scorer hit 26 points to pace the Bulldogs while Rob Hatten meshed The LuVerne girls also had 2 i f or the losers. an easy time winning. 65-39. Lu- Verne was ahead 37-24 at the half and held Kanawha to just two. points in the third: quarter in fashioning a 49-26 margin. LuVerne is now 5-4 for the season. Jane Hanselman poured in 35 points to spark the attack while' Dawn Lindebak added 16. Bancroft was 6-2 going into ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, JAN. 11, If65 3.91 - 5,99 DRESSES - 2,97 REGULARLY PRICED 0 3,99-5.99 DRESSES £. 3.97 he Algona Gaffigart game Sa urday night. BANCROFT (54) Dicfs, Di. arpenter _ latten . tfetlke leister McCarthy Gochc TOTAL _ WEST BEND (72) Dock! Bolgeman _ Bargman Hanselman 3 Wirtz 1 Haskins 2 TOTAL 28 Cub Scouts visit Advance office Cub Scout Den 6, Pack 29 visited the Advance newspaper Tuesday, Jan. 5. Scouts making the tour were Hobby Watson, Randy Nielsen, David Chrischil- les, Steve Shcakley, Brian Will, Larry Groen. Mike Licrlcy, Jim Stebbins and Mike Koob. REGULARLY PRICED 5.99-8.99 DRESSES Ends Wednesday - "McHale's Navy" BOYS t&sm^Sgm^zsm&Silgimgss^-the season with their only loss LuVerne (67) fg Hefty J — 6 Maass 10 Meyers 2 Wickett 8 Trauger 0 Nelson 2 Bristow 0 Hanson '_ 0 TOTALS 28 GIRLS LuVerne (65) fg Hanselman 14 Leek 1 Hanson 3 Lindebak 8 Witzel 1 Brink 0 Heinen 0 Schnakenberg 0 Daley 0 Nelson 0 E. Schnakenberg. __ 0 ft 3-3 6-7 2-2 0-0 0-0 Orl 0-0 0-0 Van Arts Company Peter Sellers 11-13 13 Coyle TOTALS 1 28 ft 7-11 1-2 1-4 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Pf. 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 3 4 .1 3 9-19! 19 ALGONA THURS. Thru SAT, REGULARLY PRICED 1.99 BLOUSES & SHIRTS 1.69 REGULARLY PRICED 8.99-10.99 DRESSES 5.97 JAN. 14 - 16 SEVEN ARTS PRODUCTIONS Oresents in Filmed in PANAVIJIOr .„< COLOR by DELUXE PStBoone Never p u t it ("Writing. An ANDREW and VIRGINIA STONE Ptoduclion, AN ALLIED ARTISTS RELEASE SPECIAL PURCHASEI BRUSHED RAYON GOWNS 1.99 SUNDAY Jerry Lewis "Disorderly Orderly" SAT. 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