Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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4—AieONA [Iowa) ADVANCE! THUDSDAY, JAN. 58, 196S Diocesan... (Continued from Pago 1) and played roost of the pine. Garripan had command of the. game after overcoming an 11-9 Pocahontas lead late in the first period with 10 straight noints. Chief supplier in this l-nlly wns Don Potthoff who trot six while Dick Bleich and Bill Reding also scored. After leading 21-18 at the' quarter. Garriean took command 37-27 at the half and had leads of 15 and 20 points in the second semester. The third period ended 52-37. Potthoff had one of his hottest hands of the season, bassing 25 points for the winning Pnnrs. now 5-7 for the year. Dick Bleich and Bill" Reding each slammed home 14 points. GARRIGAN (67) fq ft pf Becker 0 1-1 4 Bradley __ 3 3-4, 0 Potthoff 97-9 4 Bleich .._ 6 2?4 5 Reding 62-43 Rinesdorf 00-00 Muller _„.. 0 1-3 2 Smith-.. ._ ___ 1 1-5 .4 many scoring chances near the etid in going down before St. Edmond's of Ft. Dodge, 76-04 ih a first round Diocesan tournament pine at Garrigan, The Johnnies had the game tied a couple of times but trailed most of the way. They pullod no to within two at the half, 42-10, and again sliortlv nftor 46-44 but then fell behind 0048 with iust a second or two left in the third quarter. ThM't when Ornerlter let flv with • b**ebAll throw from three-qu.rtert of th« lemith o* th» ovm •* th<* b"7»*r r»no. Th- ball h»nV*d off th« al*<* »nd •wish«H thraunh *or th« lonoeftt field 0o»l in the Bear ovm hUlorv. You'd h*ve to droo-klek l» In to make one from any farther. TOTAL 25 17-30 22 ft pf 0-1 5 5-6 4-5 0-2 0-0 3-7 3-4 2-2 2-3 POCAHONTAS (55) fq Broich 0 Amick 4 Fehring 1 Bitther 3 Rhodes 1 GroFf 4 Hudek 1 Potter '-. 0 Sauter __^_______ 4 TOTAL 18 * # # ST. EDMOND'S 76 ST. JOHN'S 64 For a time it looked as if a 65-foot onp-handed desperation shot by Mike Carpenter at the end of the third quarter might turn the tide of battle for. St. John's of Bancroft Sunday night but the Johnnies missed too 1 3 2 0 4 3 2 3 19-33 23 And the Johnnie wnnt to work In tho. fourth cuiart«r a" Dick Oiers stuffed in a rnhonnd and free throw and Caroent.T hit from thr- sHft to narrow thn gab to 60-56. Shortly aftor Or- nftntrir hU.«»«»ain to'make it 6360 but thn Kossiith club; pot no closer" as"'the Gaels soor<"1 eieht straight points to salt the win in the basknt. TMore inH *^fno MoUtor fitiishpd with 17 noints while Cs and Rob Hatten pot 15 each. But that was all of the Johnnv scoring as Vince Mover used only six men in the fray. BANCROFT (64) fa niers 7 Oroenter 6 flatten 4 Menke 0 Meister 5 McCarthy !_ 0 TOTAL 22 ft 3-5 3-« 7-10 0-0 7-9 0-0 20-32 13 FT. DODGE (76) fq ft pf Klinger 8 6-6 5 Peterson 30-04 Anderson 13 2-4 2 Crawford 1 3-4 2 jDoyle '_______: 0 0-02 i Perkins 10-14 (Hassett 6 0-0 3 iMeticue —__ 01-2 0 I TOTAL _.__.___32 12-7 22 Top wrestler Brooking!, S. D. — Sophomore Mike Kain of Algona, is , the leading individual wrestler for South Dakota State University at the semester break with a 5-1 dual meet record and . 17 individual points. His lone loss has been to Minnesota's Ken Ankenny, 5-3. The 19-year-old son of an Algona swine producer has scored one victory by a fall. And it came against arch rival South Dakota when he pinned his rival in 66 seconds.- : Mike's matriculation at South Dakota State was quite natural. He followed older brother Jim to the Brooking* campus. Jim was a Jackrabbit matman, too, compiling a 10-13-3: career dual record while lettering three times. The younger Kain already has matched his brother's best single season win total. Jim Kain had a 5-3-1 record as a junior in 1962. Coach Warren Williamson says that his soph 167-pounder turned in his best individual performance January 16 against undefeated St. Cloud State. He decisioned the Huskies' Pete Elam, 6-0. "Mike did his usUal fine job of wrestling on the mat," said Coach Williamson. "His control of his opponent in the position of controlwas very fine especially in view of the fact that he was wrestling a good opponent." • .•••-. ' • • . ;• ;••• • 7'4v.. •. Vi. •.:-• ' ..-' . •• - .'• • . ; ••fe Mill HI - M Ml M • •) ' ^BftM __^.| ___ ^.fc &n Bulldogs tip Webster City, 75-64 The fcbttvettfttldft early list week went something tike tftfc LuVerne wins twice Tuesday LuVerne — The LuVerne high school boys and girls won nar- LAST ennettf LA/AV.Q PIRCT Dl IAI ITV *W ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY All Famous Brand Sheets REDUCED I COMPARE! MORE PEOPLE SLEEP ON PENNEY BRAND SHEETS THAN ANY OTHEt SINGLE BRAND IN THE WORLDI THE REASON . . . OUTSTANDING VALUE, ALWAYS FLAWLESS FIRST QUALITY, CONTROLLED FROM SELECTED COTTON TO LAST STITCH IN HEMS! ALWAYS A BIO BUY, FABULOUS AT THESE LOW JANUARY PRICES! Nation-Wide @ PHBIEY ' 8 LONe WEARING COTTON MUSLINS! row victories over Corwith-Wesley here Tuesday night, both thrilling games. j The boys trailed after one quarter 9-7 but the clubs were tied at the half 23-23 and after three periods, 39-39. Bob Maass split the nets for 23 points t while "Butch" Hefty continued his recent surge with 14. The LUVerne girls beat off a late Corwith-Wesley rally to win the first game, 56-52. LuVerne led at all three quarter marks — 15-11, 30-37 and 43-31 and then Corwith-Wesley scored 21 points to nearly pull but the game in the final period. ; "]• t THE LuVERNE girls were al : so defeated in the North Star ; Conference tournament finals Saturday night at Latimer, 56: 39 by MeServey : Thorntori. Lu- Verne trailed 25-10 at the half and could never catch up. Jane Hanselman sc'ored 29 of he| club's 39 points. Boone Valley handed Rock- well-Swaledale's boys their first defeat of the season i in the second game, 61-55., iovs LuVERNE (59) 10 ft P» Hefty 62-2 2 Maahs 7 9-11 1 Meyers — 40-12 Wickett — 3 . 0-1 1 Trauger Nelson Interviewer- "rTie " and Webster City games are big ones aren't they?" Coach ttbwife Stephettstttt: "Yup." IntervieVW&r: "If yoU test one or both ywir club; is just about clone for the season." Stephbnsoft: "That's right" Interviewer: "Thert you feel that these g«m*s ire Irtipoftant ones?" Stephenson: "They'll make or break our season.*' Well, the gamis are history and Algona basketball is on its way back. The Bulldogs first disposed of Humboldt easily, 58 41 Friday and then Saturday night they just About swept the visiting Lynx right out of "cracker-box hall" as the Bulldogs won their arrow : badges with startling marksmanship and sensational defensive play in a 7f»- 64 win. NOf ONLY did -the; victories move Algona back into a challenging position for third place in the North Central Conference but it served notice the locals are patsies no more for the likes of Iowa Falls, Clarion and Clear Lake -i- all pf whom are to be met in February for key loop games. First up is Hampton Friday, with one Win in 11 conference . Marts but a club that pushed Algona to the gun before going down 46-45 earlier this campaign at Hampton. Then,Algona moves on to Es- therVille for a non-loop engagement Saturday in another test of Lakes Conference •»f*ngth, When: yotl start singling' out heroes Jh Saturday night's win ove'F Weltetf f City you run down most Of the starting lineup. The win was Algeria's sixth strlight over the Lynx in a "three-year spin; N6t since Jan. 27, 1962 has a Lyttx clttb beaten Algona/ Coach Howie Stephens&n's teams are 9-1 over Webster City in a five-year span. First off, that sparkling soph- dmore Craig tisbe should get lots of credit. This youngster was moved up from the sophomore team last Friday night and in just two games has lit a fire Under the Bulldogs that has been lacking all season. He's gdt just about the quickest hands any lad of that age could possibly have. He stole passes, flicked the ball away from befuddled Lynx gbards arid disrupted th« entire proceedings for the three quarters or more he saw action. He also added four field goals from I6ng range Which gives Stephenson another much-needed scoring threat from the guard pest. Then move along to his running mate Steve Hardy, the senior veteran and the only regular back: from last year. He found his scoring eye with 17 points including eight fielders and he . seems to have .gotten the help he heeds at guard post. Don't forget junior Dale Teeter, the conference scoring leader, who'added 27 points and who now is doing something he's needed to do all season — drive in more to the basket. OH YES — how about center Al Priebe; who along with Tee- ter, controlled,, the defeHSivS boards and toho added 11 points of his 6wn. Dart MerfytMUlt had 9ft "Off" fllghl but MfWMHlW' tions have been noticeable all season. The Bulldogs never trailed alter a 7-6 deficit. A long Hardy field goal remedied that and then Priebe hit twb free thftjw^ and Espe got a long one tb make it I2'7 i ; Priefie and Teeter combined for 10 straight "points" to give Algona a 22-13 lead^eaf' ly in the second qUarter ana the Lynx never recovered. They had the fnargiti down to 36-30 at halftiJhe and thett Algona reeled off 19 points while the Lynx were getting just fiVe to start the second half. The margin mounted to 55-35 much to the delight of the-partisan home crowd. . ;.••; The Lynx once iiared'the difference down to 55-43 late ih the quarter but Hardy hit from the side and Teeter put home three straight buckets and it was all over but the late moment fouling arid substitutions at the end..- '••••. ', - ' .>• • ' >' ; Only blight on the hilarity of the night was a 53-45. J.V loss in the opening game which virtually eliminates any Algona hope for a Junior Varsity title. They are now 7-3. I. Tom Claude,, back v in action from a broken collarbone, fired home 20 points and gives promise he'll be. a fine running back with Mr. Espe for the next two years after the senior departure of Hardy this spring. ALGONA (75) fg ft pf Merryman 0 6-6 5 Teeter l___ 10 7-9 2 Priebe 3 5-8 .5 Espe 4 0-0 1 M ! Htfdy _,_-.--,.-- fe »au ________ 0 Maahs -.. ______ -:.b 0-0 1| 3 Perking ____-^- b M^ i Meyers _u ________ i 0-0 v\ 0 Helmers __________ 0 0-1 J 2 TOTALS _- 2A 23^21 W«btt«r City (64) fg ft pf 6 14 ; j 5 0 0-0 i 0 4>5 '? 2 1-2 6-7 Ffeite Simonson Wilson Jerde 4 2 4 Marvel 5-8 2 1 2 M. Williams ______ - 1 34 2 Reynolds _ ___ . ___ 0 . 2«5 I 1 .___ 21 M.3li15 ••• •-' ••••• w j Eagle Grove . i __ 10 $ Clear Lake ---- — 8 2 , ClaHon ___ L ______ 5 ;4 Webster City _____ 6 5 Algona ______ ^____ 5 5 Iowa Falls _________ 4 5 Humboldt _ _______ 1 I Hampton ~_: ______ _ i 10 Aesulti last Saturday : Algona 75 Webster City 64 Hampton 67 Humboldt 61 :, Eagle Grove 58 Clear Lake 51 Remodeling for Bancroft Ittmbiryanj Bancroft — Work, on rebuilding and remodeling the United Building Centers Inc. lumber yard here is expected to swrt soon and be completed within six weeks. . ; ; The south, building has been sold to Charles McGuire and is being torn down, the area yrtll be cleaned up and used for outdoor storage. The north building will be renovated and a hew office will be included, plus a new front. ; Foster's Annex Famous for 3 generations for outstanding wear and value, for firm balanced weave smooth finish, flawless quality. ,-JvrtVWV ^ 9 Coats 14JI 3 Fur Trimmed Coat* 17.00 13 Self Trim Ceatf 17.11 6 Self Trim Coatf 12.88 11 Syburb*n Coatf lip 6 Suburbmn C9»t» 7.|| 40 Heu$e Dresse* 1.33 8 Sweaters ?.|i All Winter Hits .|Q 9 Cotton Pile J«eM* 4.98 b Skirts 1.W Cotton Flannel & Chsllis P. J. — \M KnJt Slacks and Tops 1.77 One Rack of fetter prtsfes M to $10 Printed Pillow Csf*$ l.QQ while Twin 72" x 108" flat or ELASTA FIT bottom sheet. Full 81" x 1Q6" flat $1.66 Printed C«»e* $1 pr. 00-24 0-0 1 TOTAL _-24 1M7 II Better driving groip \ to bt organized Thursday at 4 p.m. a meeting to choose a steering committee for better driving will be held at the city hall. This will be a community conference and a}l organizations are asked to take part. It will be conducted by Frank Ulish, Safety Education division consultant of northwest Iowa. In 40 per cent of last year's accidents good driverji were involved who had no record but apparently had become complacent. Algona youth tnlisU in navy 2 Girls Coat* Girli Coril SUckt Bed Sprtldf —_ _ Wonder Gliii Drape* pr. Mens Hooded Sweat SWrf Herringbone Worksuits Mem Ski MM* Merit iwe«t?r« Mtn* Winter C«PS Mens Lined Glove* 6 Boyi Jackets Boy* Cotton P*nt$ Boy? cotton/nylon jeans Toddlers Knit Caps Infants Knit Sleepers ?.w 4.44 6.88 4.88 .99 .77 5.88 .99 147 •50 Robert P. Patton, son of Mrs Velma Patton, was enlisted in the Navy at Des Moines Jan. 21 1965. He is a 1963 graduate of Algona high school, and also attended South Dakota State Uni versity for one year, at Broolj- mgs, S. D. He enlisted in the Navies Nuclear Power Prograni and will receive his boot train,' ing at San Diego, Calif. Robert enlisted in the Navy througl the Spencer Recruiting Station, Spencer, la. CRASH AT ALLEY Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. a car driven by Terry Lee Chamberlain 16, and one driven by Margie M Day collided on East C§11 stree when Terry was coming from the alley behind the post office. He couldn't see the oth er car and because of the slip, pery road she was. wnable tp stop. Approximately $40 damage- was done to the Charaberlaii luto §nd $30 to thj. Djy vehicle No charges were filed. Sale Ends Just 10 Days! We must vacate our annex building on Feb. 10th. So we have just a few days left to clear the store. Everything must go! Save Up To 507< 0 on Furniture FOSTER FURNITURE ANNEX - FIRST MM WEST OF FMTER FMMTME -

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