Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1965 · Page 8
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Bancroft dumps Bears 53-43 Saturday nite St, John's of Bancroft go! only | four fouls in (ho first half. half as many shots, lost the ball 38 times on steals, hit throe less field goals but still beat Garrigan high school 53-43 in a loosely played game at Bancroft Saturday night. The Johnnies pulled away in the final four minutes to annex their second win of the season over Garrigan and up their season's record to 7-3 for the season. Bob Batten, who has been averaging over 25 points a game, was held to just 14 points by Joe Ringsdorf on a fine defensive effort but still led all scorers. Dick Diers pitched in 13 and all seven Bancroft men who saw action got in the scoring column. Mike Carpenter, who suffered a mild concussion in the West Bend game a week ago Tuesday, did not see action for Bancroft BANCROFT led 15-14 at the quarter and then the game was tied at the half, 26-26 and 37-37 at the end of the third period. Garrigan made just three of 17 free throws despite the fact they've averaged 60 per cent for ended as top Garrigan scorer with 12 points despite sitting out much of the last half with four fouls. Jerry Bradley was held to 10 points, all on field goals. THE BEARS took 73 shots and hit 20 while Bancroft lofted 32 and hit 17 for a 53 per cent average. Garrigan faces unbeaten Austin Pacclli Friday night of this week at Austin for their only game of the week. Pacelli is rated the lop Catholic club in Minnesota and will be a formidable foe for the Boars, now 4-5 for the season. GARRIGAN (43) fg Becker . _ .... 2 Bradley 5 Potthoff ._. 1 Ringsdorf 1 Bleich 6 Reding 5 Muller ... ...._ 0 Smith .._ 0 TOTALS .... 20 BANCROFT (53) fg , Diers 5 McCarthy 1 Hatten ..__. 5 Menke _ 3 Mcister .,...._ 2 Goche 1 ft 2-4 0-3 0-0 0-6 0-2 1-1 0-1 0-0 3-17 29 the season. Bancroft was also off form but hit 19 of 43 for the victory margin, Don Potthoff Murray _ 0 and Dick Bleich both picked up! TOTALS 17 ft 3-5 4-8 4-9 3-10 2-4 1-5 2-2 SPORTS 2—ALGONA (lawn) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JAN. 14, IMS Women — Dolores Hammer 199 Men — Wally Erdman 246 Saturday Nite Mixed Doubled League No. 2 W L Colony Inn Fairville Directory Service Diagonal Grocery Algona Plumbing Algona Lanes Standard Oil Coca-Cola 4ft 48 47 40 37 36^ 28 28 20 36 39 39 V? 27 M> 48 te 20 56 High Team Series Algona Lanes 2284 High Series Women — Hcldc Ferguson 529 Men — Melvin Friedrich - 528 High Gome Women — Mcide Ferguson 202 Men — Melvin Friedrich .... 206 Coffee Cup League W Eight Balls 42 Petticoats _. __ 38 Black Cats 33 Question Mark 30 Goofcrs 28 Sharks 9 L 18 22 27 30 32 51 19-43 17 •1-H-H-H-H II I ! 1 l..l..h.l..t..i..t..l..l..l..H..l..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..H-HI-H-1-H-l-l-l-H- BOWLIIVG Last Week's Results from ALGONA Bowling Lanes •I-M •!! 1"H"» J.'l"M;i|"fcl"l"l"l"H"H">- Monday Night League No. 1 W L 20 29 29 30 30 45 56 65 Algona Barbershop _ 56 K. of C. _____! 47 North la. Applianre _ 47 Cook's Welders ____ 46 Champlins _, 46 Algona Lanes 31 Lindsay Soft Water - 20 Council Oak __„„__ 11 High Team Series Algona Barbershop 2942 High Series Cliff Benschoter 605 High Series Ken Meyer 277 Monday Night League No. 2 W L 7-Up 53 23 Zender's 53 23 Blue & White 52 24 Hamms 45M- 30V- FaJstaff 39 Cargill 38 Iowa State Bank Gambles _ Cook's Scrap Iron 32 Budweiser 29 Meyer's Ins. 24 Squirt 12 High Team Series Cargill 2879 High Series Cliff Teeter 557 High Game W. Metzen 220 37 38 37 M; 3814. 37 35 44 47 48 64 Tuesday Night League No, 1 W L Utt Electric 43 33 Reding Gravel 43 33 Undhorst Deputies _ 41 35 Buscher Bros. 40 36 Northwestern Mutual 38 38 Universal 38 38 Whittemore Lockers 38 38 Larry's Recreation ._ 38 38 Pioneer Hibred 37Mi 384 Tall Paul's 29Ms 46v High Team Series Universal 2896 High Series Yhitey Voigt 561 High Game Ken Meyer 232 High Game Wilmer Wichtendahl 194 Wednesday Night Women W L Cook's Welders 53 19 East End Grocery __ 52 20 Women of Moose 44 28 Iowa State Bank _.._ 44 28 Coffee Shop _ 38 34 Peterson Furniture - 33Vi 38 Vi Hon$bruch Drug 33 Security State Bank 33 J & K Tavern 30 39 34 42 Rusk Drug 24 48 Algona Lanes 23 V-i 48V'a Good Samaritan 20 48 High Team Series East End Grocery High Series Loretta Ditsworlh High Game Loretta Ditsworth .__ 2460 __ 529 192 Wednesday Night Men Fenton Elevator Bode Elevator ...... East End Grocery . Hoovers _ Cunningham's Cafe Borden's Dairy .„Hobarton Co-op. .._ Bernie's Recreation N. F. 0. Percival Motors „. Elk Cleaners Bode's K & H High Team Series Hoovers _ _ High Series Ted Hoover ... ....... High Game Barney Thilges . W 55 52 50 48 43 40 38 34 31 29 24 . 8 L 21 24 26 28 33 36 38 42 45 43 52 64 3080 Kay Voigt t Kay Voigt High Series High Game 520 _ 189 Grandmothers League W L Twin-Co Beauty 37 15 Kirk's Shoe Store 31 21 Charlie's Supper Club 25'/a 26Vb Modernistic Beauty .. 10'/z 41VI; High Team Series Charlie's Supper Club 1729 High Series Francis Wiese 485 High Game Francis Wiese 194 POINSETTIA — A three year old poinsettia plant bloomed again this year for Mrs Elmer Berns of Lanesboro. This year it displayed six large blossoms and two small ones. It is now 5 feet high. Wrestlers tip Hampton 20-17 for 8th win Algona high school won ; its 8lh dual meet in nine start's Saturday night by edging Hattlp- 'on, 20-17 at Hampton. The meet was lied going intd thb hear /weight match where Torn Fltzp'atrick blanked VanBlJiir, 4-0 for the winning points. ' The Martinmen met Eagle Grove Wednesday night here and entertain Iowa Falls Satuir- day evening. These will be the final two conference matcHifi Algona is currently 3-0 as is.T^a- gle Grove and a win Wednesday would assure Algona ,6f ''lit least a share of the conference title. There were some extremely close matches at Hampton. Don Camp started a three-match Algona sweep, something unusual in the lower weights, with a 4-2 win in the 112-lb. class after Larry Munger was edged ^by Dillon, Eagle Grove Invitational champion, 1-0. "' V DENNY MILLER threw his man and has been beaten o.nly once this season. Bob Martin lost his second match of the season to unbeaten McDowell of Hampton. McDowell also defeat 1 ed Martin in the Eagle Grove Invitational. , ', Dave Martin eased by Tidman in another close match, 4 : 3 while Cal Humphrey and Danny Gil more both lost tough decisions. THE ALGONA junior varsity won the opening meet, 25-18. Winners were Steve Claude, Dana and Mick Snodgress, Randy Riedinger and Max Miller while Bob Bradford won by forfeit. & — Algona foffeited. 103 — Dillon (H) dec. Laity Munger. 1-0. 112 — Don Camp (A) dec. Eitel, 4-2. 120 — Tom Samp (A) dec. Orr, 4-1. 127 — Jim Colwell (A) dec. Carr, 7-1. 133 — Noelk (M) dec. Danny Gilmorc, 3-2. 138 -i Denny Miller (A) threw Showaltetv 2:10. 145 — Dave Martin (A) dec. Tidman, 3*2, 154 — Tom Burns (H) dec. Cal Humphrey, 4-3. 165 — McDowell (H) dec. Bob Martin, 2-0. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. VanBlair, 4-0. In addition to the Linotype and Intertype several other line casting machines have been developed for use in the compos ing room. Krislie Erdman V- t '• » .' * « •; Nils 67 as TR girls, boys win DOES STION . . . kucp you awnkn ai. night? Make you feel miserable; nil day? Then you want relief and want it fast! And that's jusl what, you got when you take SYNA-CLI5AR Decongestant Tablets. One exclusive "Hard-Core" Tablet gives up to 8 hours of relief! Just 3 tablets give round-the-clock comfort. Restores free breathing; relieves headache. Lets you sleep through the entire night. Wake up clear-headed, clear-eyed. End needless suffering now-gptSYNA-CL'CAR in the blue and while carton today. Satisfaction guaranteed. At your druggist's. And remember, SYNA-CLEAR relief lasts longer, so it actually costs less. SYNA- CLEAR DECONGESTANT TABtETS HONSBRUCH DRUG Algona 578 .— 219 Thursday Night League No. 1 No Bowling — New Year's. Thursday Classic League No Bowling — New Year's. Friday Mixed Doubles No Bowling — New Year's. Tuesday Night League No. 2 W k Blossom Insurance __ 55 ¥> 20 J -i Klein's Supply 49 23 First Luth. Church 45 31 Hood's Super Vaiu _ 44 l i 27V- ElberVs Enco - ._ 43Vfe 32^ Weidenhoff 40 36 Algons Municipal 37 39 Ftseher's Store 35 41 Mercury Outboard . 30 46 Pine Room 26 50 Universal No. 2 ..... 25M- 50 l /i Loits Creek Lockers 21 55 High Team Series Fischer's Store 2911 HJfh Series. Clair Blossom 522 Saturday Nite Mixed Doublet League No. 1 W L Chrome Cafe Picklefs & Geelan . 51 Viking Oil 43 North la. Appliance 42 Bjustrom's Druggist Mutual Taylor Motor Algona Barbershop Consolidated Milk Hiland Chips M & D Auto Herb's Produce High Team Series Ricklefs & Geelan 51 High Series Women — Jean Metxeu Men — Hank Geilenfeld High Qam« 54 ¥> 21M; 25 33 34 42 34 35M: 40VJ 35M> 46% 35 41 32 44 30Vi 45 V? 28 48 27 49 25 533 599 l/VAVS FIRST OUAUryW. ^^* ™ . ™P'^^ ^™ ™ FOR MEN Slipover Swearer Coat Sweaters Cord Suburban Goal Coats . Ski Jackets ~Utility Jacket 3 Sport Coats ...... Lined Dress Gloves Fur Lined Gloves Work Jackets Cotton Flannel Robes Sport Shirts _ Drass Shirts FOR BOYS Ski Jacket 6-10 6,88 Ski Jacket 12-18 7.88 3 Sport Suits 3,00 3 Sport Coats -..:. 5.00 Cotton Pants - 1.99 Sweaters ...... . 2.44 Thermal Drawers . .99 Caps _ .99 LAST 3 DAYS Best-selling Adonna Foundations reduced! SAVE We 32-36AA, 32-38A, B Stretch back contour bra with embroidered cotton cups, non-curl anchor band. Now 2 for 2N FOR TNE HOME Sheet Blankets Kapok Pillows Sailcloth Pongee WORK OVERSHOES $3,59 Slip-on work arctics at this low price. Slip-on rubbers at just 2.50 a pair. SAVE $1 Uncoveracl Ly?rf* ffiaadeg power net panty girdle. Light control, long-leg. Sues S, M, ancl L. Winter Sleepwear 1.99 Seamless Hose 3 for 1.45 Better Dresses 3.00 Assorted Blouses 1.50 Wool Skirts 3.22 5 Fur Trim Coats 30.88 4 Corduroy Coats 14.88 4 Tweed Coats 20.88 Baulky Sweaters 5.88 Close Knit Sweaters — 3.88 FOR GIRLS Ski Jackets 5.88 Long Coats 9.00 Sweaters 2,99 Cord Slacks 7-14 1.50 Cord Slack* 3-6x 1.00 Blouses 1.50 Slack Sets 7-14 3.99 Stt* 3-6* 2.99 FOR THE HOU Printed Cases 2 for 1.00 Mattress Pads twin 2.88 '.Ifettrn* Psd* fwll 3-i| Drape* 3,00 $1.77 One table of odds and ends of children* and womens |ho§s, Qnly mixes! sizes fnc} stylfs. §ode — Kfistle Efdmati slammed In 8? points and her mates broke 90^ Sgalil a§ IVHti Rivers won a cage doubleheader from Mfe herd Friday night to stay in the thick of both Twin Lakes leagues. It was the 8th win in 10 starts for Twin River's girls. Gracia Kraabel added 21 points for the winners, who led 27-4 at the quarter and 48-22 at the half. Hie boys upjtecT tHeif fecotd t6 t-2 With a^MiPVifctofyJ^hey Wefe' behind, 32-2$ at thfc half and then were dowh 51-44 with just 6he qU&rtef to play. But they outscored the visitors 2MO in the final period. V ' Ron f*rederick arid Rick An* derson each meshed 21 points for the winners. ANNIVERSARY - Mr and Mrs Robert Taylor, Rose Mill, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Dec. 13th with a family gathering and dinner at their home. Mr Taylor is 93 years old and Mrs Taylor is 88. Jr, High wrestler* defeat Fort Dodge Algbna 8th grade antl ff^sh^ men wrestlers defeated Nftofth junior high of Fort Dodge Mon< day afternoon in the Bryant gym, The AlgottaStit grade won 2447 with falls by Randy Cat* hotin, Bruce Bennett and Bfcad Farimam, The freshmen Won 19-tf with Steve Hutchison? of Algona getting the only fall. Coach Fritz Nielsett will take the 8th graders to Eagle (5%e Tuesday of next week" fb^ tnfeir final meet of the season. :? V****************************^^ KOSSUTH MOTOR CO.'S " CAR BUYER'S COLORING CHART THIS IS THE BOSS Ht is fully acquainted with all the details of the car business. He has had years of experience in making friends . . . and in keeping them . . . with top values, top quality, and top allowances in new and used car offers. Color Him This Is Another Dealer He has fair cars, but he doesn't see why so many people are coming over to Kossuth Motor Co., to deal. Deep down in his heart, he knows why, but he hates to admit it. Color Him ENVIOUS THIS IS A NEW 1965 CHEVROLET I: i- »' Color It a SENSIBLE SPECTACULAR This Is A PROSPECT The world is full of prospects, from glancers to real askers. They all want the best deal possible (many ask the impossible). They have bought cars before, and are constantly alert to all the details of the deal. That's why they usually get the best answers at KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Color Him Skeptical This Is OUR SALESMAN We are alert as sales specialists, fully qualified to assist prospective buyers in finding the top values, right here on our lot, in used cars. He will gladly shew you the new '65 Chevrolet or fine used car'that will fit ygur needs and your budget. Color Him CONFIDENT This Is A Kossuth Motor Co. Customer Ht has that look of satisfaction that comes only to the car pwner that knows that he ha* roadt thf wjseit decision. He know* that the car ht ha* iuft bought is exactly as represented, that hf got « real valut, and received top allowance for his bid car. H«'$ looking forward to many, many hours $f cars-free driving pleasure, with his c.r from KQS5UTH MOTOR CO. Color Him SATISFIED THIN COME OUT AND §if WHY Y»yr Chevrolet S«le* Headejyarterf UTH MOTOBS HEVHOLET AIGONA. IOWA

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