Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 21, 1965 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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La kota ; Ringsted win State Line tourneys CHAMPIONS OF THE Girls State Line Conference tournament for the second year are the Ringsted high school girls, pictured aoove alter Saturday mgnts tme game at Thompson. Left to right, front row: Norma Watson, Cheryl Nelsen, Karen Jensen, Connie Kimmet, Linda Watson, and Sue 'Glasnapp. Back row: Anita GangeJtad, manager, Jeri Lynn Richardson, Coleen Kruse, Linda Jensen, Linda Miller, Eloise Jensen, Jean Anderson, and Linda Cronk, student manager and Coach Jerry Ford. THURSDAY, JAN, 21, IMS I—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE Mazelhoff - 4 7 4 Martin 8 0 5 Elliott 744 Peiterson SOI Larson 100 Anderson ... 1 2 4 TOTALS 27 13 26 JUNIOR HIGH WINS Algona's junior high basketball team ended its season Monday with a pair of wins over Britt. The 7th graders won their third game in four starts with a 33-15 victory in the opener and the oth graders won their third game in six contests, 34-29 in the second game. 100 — S. A. Christenson, Webster City's oldest resident, ob served his 100th birthday at Hamilton county hospital Jan. 1 4. As many of his family of two children, 7 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren and friends who could do so visited him on the centennial of his birth. SPORTS Wrestlers win 9th dual meet, 25-13 Algona high school wrestlers clinched at least second place and a possible three-way tie for first in the North Central Conference by downing Iowa Falls here Friday, 25-13. The final Bulldog standing will depend upon the outcome of the Clarion-Eagle Grove meet later this month. Should the Cowboys win, all three teams will tie for first but an Eagle Grove win or tie will clinch the title for the Eagles. Algona makes its final home appearance here Friday night against Charles City in a dual meet, seeking their 10th dual victory in a dozen starts. BIG WINS were registered by Larry Munger and Tom Fitzpat rick in the Iowa Falls Meet. Munger pinned his man in 3:14 to give Algona valuable lower weight points and then Fitzpatrick decisioned Meyer. 24 in the heavyweight match although outweighed by 50 pounds. It was the first loss for the Iowa Falls heavyweight in twelve matches this season. Denny Miller continued his bid for a repeat state title by winning. He s kit only due* ttiil seiSdfl. The Martin boys, t>«Vc •fid fcob, also continued theif winning ways with decisions, THE ALOONA junior varsity lost iii the opening matches, 2614. Algona winners by decision were Tom Kain, Clint Young, Mick Snodgress and Max Miller while Cal Haahr earned a draw. 95 — Algona forfeited. 103—Laity Munger (A) threw Kurtz, 3:14. 112 — Tom Samp (A) dec. Hassig, 4-0. 120 — Baier (IF) dec. Don Camp, 7-0. 127 — Jim Colwell (A) dec. Caruth, 3-0. 133 — Duffy (IF) dec. Dan Gilmore, 5-2. 138 — Denny Miller (A) dec. Mitchell, 9-0. 145 — Dave Martin (A) dec. Mills, 4-0. 154 — Cal Humphrey (A) and Bahr (IF), drew, 4-4. 165 — Bob Martin (A) dec. Schaper, 6-3. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. Meyer, 2-1. * # ••;• Thompson — Lakota high school raced away early from Swea City to win its third straight Slate Line Conference tournament crown here Saturday night. The Eagles did it convincingly, 80-58. Prior to that, Ringsted avenged an earlier defeat by handing Armstrong its first loss of the season, 58-54. Coach Earl Zwagerman's Eagles have lost only one game this season, that to Armstrong. They boast a victory over Laurens, currently the leader in the Twin Lakes Conference. They were never seriously pressed Saturday night as they raced away to an 18-5 first quarter lead and a 38-16 halftime margin. Zwagerman cleared the bench in the later stages of the contest after his club had built up a 26-point third quarter lead. PACING the winners was Wayne Cordes with 25 points. Roger Becker was held to 14 but Stan Tjaden chipped in with 12 and DICK Thomsen had 13. Swea City got a 16-point effort from Tom Elliott while Rich Farland and Peterson meshed 10 each. RINGSTED also was the champion last year — the only two times it has reached the tournament finals. The Danes led most of the game after overcoming a 16-13 lirst quarter Tigerette lead. Ringsted was in tront 32-24 at the half and had a 58-50 margin before Armstrong's Kathy Erickson zeroed home two Held goals in tne last nine seconds 01 the game. Cheryl Nelson led Ringsted with 28 points while Kathy Erickson had 21 for Armstrong. BOYS SEMIFINALS LAKOTA 60 ARMSTRONG 58 Lakota avenged its only loss of the season Friday night in the Statel.ne semifinals by edging Armstrong 60-58 at Titonka. Roger Becker sparked the victory for Lakota with a 25-point splurge. The game was close all the way with Lakota leading 18-16 at the quarter and 35-34 at the half. But Armstrong took a two- point lead into the 4th quarter only to have Becker ice the victory with three key baskets in the final minutes. The game was a re-play of the conference tourney finals a year ago when Lakota won the meet 70-59. ARMSTRONG (58) fg ft pf Colston 7 14 Sturm 233 Godfredson 513 Barrett 373 Lindell 523 TOTALS 22 14 16 LAKOTA (60) fg ft pf Tjaden 2 25 Cushman 000 Gordes 304 Eihworth 203 Becker 11 3 5 Hippen 610 Thomson 3 0 3 TOTALS 27 6 20 SWEA CITY 67 RINGSTED 64 The Trojans of Swea City advanced to the finals of the State Line tournament for the first time in history Friday night by downing favored Ringsted, 67,64 in the semifinals at Titonka. The Trojans pulled the game out with a torrid second Half af>- ter 1 trailing 37-28 at the'half. The winners had cut the'mar- gin to two points at the end of the third quarter. Four boys hit in double figures for the winners. Tom' Elliott -meshed 18 points, John^Martin hit 16, Mike Hazelhpff 15 and Peterson 10. , ••(. 7 RINGSTED (64) fg ft pf D. Knapp 51 5 R. Knapp 6 4 5 Hansen 540 Fisher _____•_ 1 12 Peiterson _ 4 01 Andersen 3 4 4 TOTALS _i:_.___ 25 14 17 SWEA CITY (67) Farland fg ft 1 0 NEW TIRE SALE THESE ARE ODDS AND ENDS. BUT EVEttY ONE IS A FIRST QUALITY TIRE. NO SECONDS OR BLEMISHED TIRES ON THIS LIST. WE WARRANTY EACH TIRE FOR THE LIFE OF THE TREAD AGAINST ALL ROAD HA/ARDS. SOME AT HALF PRICE. $10 and NO. DESCRIPTION 1—7.50-14 110 Tubeless Blackwall 2—7.50-14 Long Miler WhltewalU 6—7.50-14 Mile Saver WhitewalU 1—7.50-14 Mile Saver Blackwall 1—7.50-14 Atlas .. ... __ 2—7.50-14 Firestone. New car take off _ 1—7.50-14 General. New car take pff _._ 5—7.50-14 Life Saver Puncture Sealing 2—7.50-14 Longmile. Whitewall LIST $16.31 - 28.26 . 36.56 31.46 31.46 31.46 _ 31.46 8—7.50-14 220 Whitewall ._. 3—8.00-14 220 Whitewall _. 2—8.00-14 110 2—8.00-14 110 Whitewall 1—8.00-14 Firestone Whitewall. New car take off . .. _..... 1—8.00-14 U. S. New car take off 10--8.00-14 Safety "S" . .._ 2—8.00-14 Longmiler ._.. 4—8.00-14 Longmiler. Whitewall _. .__ 3—8.50-14 B.F.G. Whitewall ._ 3—8.50-14 B.F.G. ._. 1—8.50-14 U. S. Whitewall. New car take off 1—9.00-14 B.F.G. Whitewall 1—6.40-15 5—6.70-15 1—6.70-15 2—6.70-15 1—6.70-15 1—6.70-15 1—6.70-15 2—5.60-15 Goodyear. New car take off General. New car take off Goodyear. New car take off ~- Automaster. Whitewall _ 6-ply B.F.G. Whitewall _... . Longmiler Tubeless Whitewall 110 Tubeless 82.65 27.16 24.66 27.54 21.09 23.59 39.84 34.24 23.29 27.09 30.64 43.58 37.52 43.58 48.72 34.32 31.17 31.55 38.35 40.57 28.25 16.32 Volkswagen Tires. New 20-74 1—7.10-15 220 Whitewall Tubeless 1—7.10-15 SilverTown Tubeless __ 27.52 34.3? SALE SI 0.00 16.00 18.50 17.00 16.00 17.00 17.00 20,00 16.00 15.00 17.00 12.00 14.00 20.00 17.00 15.50 16.50 19.50 21.50 18.50 21.50 22.50 15.00 16.00 16.00 17.00 17.00 15.50 10.00 15.00 17.00 19.00 NO. DESCRIPTION , LIST 1—7.10-15 U. S. New car take off. Whitewall :_ _ 40.00 2—7,10-15 B.F.G, Tube-type. Whitewall - 19.72 3—7,10-15 B.F.G. Tubeless. Whitewall 27,56 2—7.60-15 B.F.G. Tubeless. Whitewall - 35.30 6—6.00-13 Longmiler, Blackwall 19.58 6—6.00-13 Longmiler. Whitewall 23,13 1—6.00-13 Goodyear. New car take off — 24.00 2—6.00-13 B.F.G, Whitewall 28,18 3—6.50-13 Longmiler 24.97 2—6.50-13 Longmiler. Whitewall L_ 28,92 2—6.50-13 B.F.G. Whitewall 31.06 1—6.50-13 General. New car take off - 26.66 1—7.00-13 U. S. New car take off 28,36 SALE ^ 22.00 ii 14.50 ; 17.00 21.00 12.50 14.50 16,00 16.00 14.00 16.00 17.00 14.00 15.00 ALL PRICES PLUS TAX & EXCHANGE TRUCK TIRE Clearance 1—6.70-15 6-ply Nylon. Traction Tread $17.79* 1—6.00-16 6-ply Nylon. Traction Tread . 16-15* 1—7.00-15 6-ply Nylon. Traction Tread - 17.65* 1—7.00-16 6-ply Nylpn. Regular Tread -II 17.31* 1-7.50-20 10-ply Nylon. Regular Tread 40.16* 3—8.25-20 IP-ply Nylon. Traction Tread 33.13* 1—8.25-20 10-ply Gopdyear Supfer Hi-Miler 55.00* 1—8.25-20 10-ply Fireftpne Transport 50.00* 1—9.00-20 10-ply Nylon. Regular Tread §1.24* * Plus Tax and No Trade Nfeded CLOSE-OU B R A N D N MUFF M UFF L E R S THESE MUFFLERS ARE GENUINE INTERNATIONAL LIFETIME GUARANTEED. THEY WILL BE REPLACED AT NO CHARGE IF THEY BLOW OUT WHILE YOU OWN THE CAR. THESE ARE CLOSE OUT PRICES WE ARE NOT STOCKING ANY MORE MUFFLERS. PUT THEM ON YOURSELF OR HAVE US DO IT FOR A SMALL CHARGE. DEALERS WELCOME AT THESE PRICES CHOOSE YOURS FROM THIS LIST NO. 3406 3410 3411 2103 2001 2000 2027 2206 2300 2400, 2424 2617 2104 2603 2471 2474 2470 2805 2614 2622 DESCRIPTION 1958 Pontiac _ 5 1959-60 Pohtiac _ 1959-60 Pontiae 1957-60 Cadillac 1956 Buick 1956 Buick 1960 Buick 1961-63 Corvair 1957-62 Chevrolet Truck _ _ 1956-58 Chrysler 1956-58 'Chrysler Products 1959 Edsel — 1958-59 Ford 1959-60 Cadillac 1957 Ford 6 cylinder 1963-64 Dart— 1961-62 Lancer— 1960-64 Valiant 196041 Dart— 1961 Dodge— 1960-61 Plymouth • 1960-64 Chrysler Products 1957-61 Rambler— 1957 Nash— 1957 Hudson 1959 Edsel— 1958-59 Ford 1961-63 Thunderbird LIST 14.50 13.90 14.20 17.95 24.25 22.50 25.50 11.75 13.30 17.95 16.95 14.20 16.35 14.20 9.95 16.50 13.45 15.40 14.40 9.95 SALE $ 6.52 6.32 6.42 7.54 9.98 9.34 10.45 5.97 5.90 8.50 8.12 7.14 6.94 7-14 5.18 7.94 7.94 8.13 7.14 5.29 NO. 2425 2633 628 2429 2802 495 483 «7. 491 475 468 536 575 536 613 616 776 495 777 775 660 781 783 DESCRIPTION 1957-59 Chrysler 1^L<- _ . 1961-63 ' Ford _ 1953 Mercury 1957-58 Chrysler Imperial 1955-61 Rambler __ _ 1950-52 Chevrolet 1949-53 Chevrolet _. _ 1948-53 Ford Truck 1939-48 Crosley '•' "7 4 ''•'•' __ 1949-52 Chevrolet _ _ 1956-64 Studebaker. * 1952-54 Hudson 1950-60 International Trucks _ . 1952-54 Hudson 1952-54 Hudson, front ^ 1949-59 Chrysler Products 1955 Studebaker _ 1950-52 Chevrolet 1955 Pontiae _ _• . 1955-61 Studebaker _ • _ 1954-55 Buick 1953-56 Dodge _ ~ 1955-56 Ford _ _ MS 1 18.95 14.20 15.09 22.50 _ 13.75 10.85 10.35 9.50 4.75 10.85 10.00 15.40 8.75 15.40 6.45 12.25 . 10.50 . 10.85 . 14.35 9.50 . _ 22.75 . 15125 . 14.20 SALE 7.83 7.14 6.92 10.40 7.36 5:16 5.79 5.10 3.15 5.16 4.79 8.13 4.22 8.13 3.99 6.15 4.79 5.16 6.54 4.61 9.43 7.41 6.02 CLEARANCE SALE EDGE RETREADS ALL SIZES! LOW, LOW PRICES! SAVE EVEN MORE...BUY 2 OR 45 • "N Up" pels •«• nUfcir »liri U* wm m\ • Safetf.iMfMtt4l 5.95 EACH PLUS TAX A EXC. S no-Caps -Odd Lots THERE'S PLENTY OF WINTER LEFT GET TIRES AT THISI LOW PRICES $*•* lint n4 99* UP TO 13 MONTH* TO PAY 10-.7.50-14 $7.50 each EM, plus Ta« Only $15,00 per 7-8.00-14 $7.50 each Ex, plus Tax Only $15.00 per PAI* 8—9.00-U $7,10 itch Ex, plus Tax Only $15.00 per PAIR 6—8.50-14 $7.50 tacit in, plu» Tax Only $15,00 per PAIR 6—9.50-14 $7.50 tich Ex, ply* Tax Only $15-00 per PAIR ONLY $16 » PAIR NEW SNOW TIRES WE ARE OVIR STOCKf 0 ON THESE 21-7.50-14 Nylon Twbtlfff -------- :„ ----- $29,*i $11.00 M«h plus fix and tx. 13-6.70-15 Nyl*n Tvbelew -------- _ ----- 30.6* 19,99 twh plvi ttx «nd ox. 32-7.50-14 Tufetlttf WhJttwiii -------------- 27,1! 17 ? iO itch plyi ttx end e«. 7-4.QO-U Nylon Tubtlesf -------------- 27,11 17.10 ftfh plvt ti« and tx. 11-«.50-14 Twbtftft 10-00 ti*h plvi ta» JACK'S OK TIRE SERVICE 319EHISM* - ALGONA

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