Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 1, 1965 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 1, 1965
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mer IT APPEARS Don Potthoff, Garrigan center, is getting fouled at least twice as he hauls down a rebound during the Garrigan-Pocahontas game a week ago Sunday, the game was a wild one with action up. and down the floor continuously during the contest, won by Garrigan 67-59.' ; Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Algona wrestlers drop Potthotf pots one MONDAY, «B. 1, 1%1 ALGONA (l&wa) The Algona 1 high school wrestlers bowed to the powerful Osage team 22-14 before a packed gymnasium at Osage on. a very cold Friday night. It was the final dual meet of the season for Algona. The team will travel to Britt Monday and Tuesday for the sectional tournament. Winning Friday were Tom Simp, Denny Miller^ Dave Martin arid Tom Fitzpatfick, ap by decision, Calvin Humphrey got a draw. Bob Martin was defeated in the last five seconds in a,very close match. , Miller avenged his only defeat of the year in the 138 Ib. class by beating David Jahnel 2-1. He had lost to Jahnel earlier in' the i season in,'! fl tipnal.,hieet.''i'• '..' Bright spot of the evening was a comparative easy 26-18 .... ,wia by, the-junior varsity.; Steve Claude and Clint Young won by ;; falls in this meet. Varsity results follow: 95 — Algona forfeited.' 103 — Byrnes (0) dec. Larry Munger, 5-4. 112 — Miller (0) dec. Don Camp, 8-0. 120 — Tom Samp (A) dec. Jahnel, 3-0 127 — Grimm (O) dec. Jim Colwell, 4-1. 133 — Kesley (O) dec. Danny Gilmore, 4-1. 138 — Denny Miller (A) dec. Jahnel, 2-1. 145 _ David Martin (A) dec. Ask, 1-0. '-:'— Calvin Humphrey (A) Bob Sentral Beys (51) fg ' )acken \ Geitzenauer Marlow arid 'Grimm\ r (drew, 1-1. a 1IB5: — 'Biruih (O) dec. Martin, 3-2. Hwt.! — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. Souder, 2-1. ..... .• Lakota wins 13 game of season STATE LINE CONFERENCE BOYS W L ' > 1 1 2 3 5 5 6 6 8 10 Armstrong 9. Lakota 8 Titonka — 8 Sentral 6 < Swea City 4 Ledyard 4 Rake 3 ;Ringsted 3 Thompson 2 Burt 0 • ."• * * # , RED-HOT LAKOTA WINS AGAIN, 91-67 Lakota — The red-hot Lakota boys, a definite threat already in ttie Garrigan high school district tournament coming up later this month, marched to their 13th win against one defeat by crushing Woden-Crystal Lake, 91-67 here Tuesday night. The Lakota girls won the opener, 69-48. ;,f ; ' Lakota actually trailed at half time, 34-30 and then blfcteje« the nets for 31 points to take a 77-53 third quarter lead. Roger Becker paced Lakota with his tpn point output of the season, 31 points. Larry Hippen hit 15 and Rich Thomson 19 to back up the Eagles attack. fhe Lakota girls led 1741 after one quarter and then outscored W-CL 22-4 in the second quarter to take a 39-15 halftime lead. It was one of their best games of the season. Susan Kw|n* sparked the attack with 80 npjnts while Joan Junketmeier HH18, The games were ~'~ ference. LaJfote Boy. (91) to 4 _ 2 Cordes 2 gyiworth 1 Becker 13 0, 0 7 1 Boyd —:i _—i. 2 Seeker — 0 TOTALS 31 # * ,# LEDYARD 72 RAKE 45 Ledyard — The Ledyard boys rolled up a 72-45 victory over Rake here Tuesday night in an easy win. John Pedersen paced SENIOR CHUCK Becker (No. 51) seems to be looking-for room to fire a shot during Sunday night's Garrigan-Pocahontas game in the Bear gym. Player at his back is from Pocahontas while Don Potthoff at right looks on. • Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman: 43-21 at halftime; <" Best Sentral scorer was Larry Geibenauer with 20 points* Bonnie Wehrspan paced the girls win in an- overtime,, 5>52. he scored 28, points and a dozen f them came in-the fourth quar- er and overtime. s mne Seen at the 4 - 4 )eSart' J_'__—'- — '— 0 j. GeuXehauer —7 Eimers f l---—-~~^, 4 Uthof _l_-_^-^--- ;0 Berktond -L-:— ^ 0 TOTALS ——X 20 Sentral Girlt (54) fg ft 0 0. O 1 6 0 0 1 11 ft Bon. Wehrspan ----- .1,0, >8 Bet. Wehrspan __L__ 5 6 Ditsworth —;__J_'_k_ 3..: -1- Voigt — —_—_ 1 1 Krause __:._— 0 . 0 Douglas—— .'0 0 Blanchard —__'—— 0 0 TOTALS..,—~ W r 16 13 ARMSTRONG BREAKS 100-PQINT BARRIfR^ v Armstrong — The'Tigers went over the century; mark here r <• . »_I_A • ± «.*«]•«*VkVuwt «-r Hi 1 0 24 P* , 0, By T. H. C. vv •Him 11 ii i iiimj^iiiii For those who are cii for; clean, family picturesf A Boy Ten Feet Tall fills the bj|L' to a T. The chief trouble with pictures of this type is that audience response is meager as evidenced by the small attendance on opening night of this excellent film. -.* After all, theatre managers are influenced in their offerings; by box office receipts in much the same manner a merchant stocks the kind of merchandise his customers demand. It's as simple .as that. A Boy Ten Feet Tall combines the talents of a young actor in. his initial screen appearance with that of veteran Edward G. Robinson who estimates the winners with 25 points. Ledyard (72) fg ft pf DeBoer L_— _•_,- 41 5 Pedersen--:-*-,----10 5 3 Johnson ------ - 7 ', 1 2 Dontje _7_ 4 0 2 Bartolo—- 2 0 0 C, Lloyd :, 4 0 2 Berg -•-,- 0! 0 1 E. Lloyd - — 110 TOTALS ^ 3J 8 # • #• # RINGSTED 59 esday night in 'drubbing; Burt, 101-45 while the '.girls also wpnj to- stay atop ihlthej'State tine girls race/:-'..^.-:.«.:^/x;- ',-• •.'• '• ; ' Six Tiger boys scored in double figures but none of them got over 14 points. Burt was led by Bob Ortman with 14.The Armstrong girls had a tougher time but led all the way to win the nightcap, 67-54. Charlotte Lappe led all scorers for Burt: with 22 points, Burt Boys (45) fg Ortman 5 Sankey ——1 Fries __ ,___•-_ - 1 Lovstad •—— 3 SWEACITYS4 ~ -r- Swea City lost its Gifford _— 2 iSlRedemske — 1 Moore __ —— 2 Curtis — — 1 TOTALS __,—•_- 14 nd straight game since UJK setting .Armstrong as its fourth uarter rally fell short, 59-56 to jngsted here. The score was ied 1646. after one quarter and t was 39-36 at the half , Mike Hazelhoff led both teams n scoring with 18 points while 'om Elliott hit 14. Don and Eon Knapp had 14 and 16 points re- pectively for the Great Danes. Swe« City (W) Fartend - T -—..-„- a l 5. 7 Jt&fcermeier ------- 0 Hapjjlton ----------- 1 Wsringa ----------- 0 TOTALS -------- 31 Girl, m fg eier ------- 7 ---------- 10 ft 4 0 0 o 6 3 1 Q ft 0 0 J? 0 a a i 9 3 3 ft 4 1 0 5 1 2 0 0 13 . that this is his 80th film. It ;jpakes a fascinating story — the trek of the youngster over 5,000 miles from home in Port Said, Where his parents have been killed in an air raid to Durban, South Africa where his aunt is waiting for him. Along the way, he meets up with some sinister characters and finally finds Robinson, a smuggler, who takes him his protective "wing" and helps him complete his long; journey. While the plot is sim-- ple, there are moments of suspense that enhance the excitement and keep the audience on the edge of their seats. Chief among these is a sequence in which the youngster saves Robinson from a leaping DON POTTHOFF fires and hits during the heat of battle a week ago Sunday in a first round game won by Garrigan over Pocahontas Catholic, 67-59. Potthoff connected for 25 points , in one of his best performances of the'season. The Bears play Carroll Kuemper at Carroll Sunday night. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. movies which set for themselves | "Father Goose" coming to the the Highest goals of entertain.- Algona Theatr.e on Sunday, raent:^To enlighten or frighten with truth, truthfully presented; to amuse with honest farce or reasoned wit; to excite the mind and senses with all the resources of technique and imagination; 'to move or outrage; to show, us a mirror of our sins and hopes,-or simply to pave 1 an inviting escape route. "In 51 instances, by my reckoning — or about once a week on. the average — thes goals were at least partly attained in Kansas City's movie houses. "(Which provides me a parenthetical retort, incidentally, to all who bemoan the "shortage" of decent films shown hereabouts. It is true that with only two, art movie theaters here, and neither exactly besieged with crowds, some worthy pictures ': DICK DIERS, of St. John's of Bancroft, in dark uhilfofm, goes up for rebound with, two..members off the St. Edmorid's team here a week ago Sunday. Bancroft lost'the game but stayed within range of the Gaels, until the final minutes. Looking i"on at left is Mike Carpenter, who pulled off the top play of the night by throwing in a 65-foot one hand shot from, near,his own free; throw line to end the third quarter. • .,../; Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike. Stillman. VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON and 40c '. wijl admit. «nf, i (inclu.dine rental if needed); WEDHESDftY, FEB. 3 ^ , STAR ROLLER BlUK tel LeRoy Lau, Owner Phone collect for Partie* ALGON — THi! A TR E — Cary Grant in the role of a h»p- py beachcomber, finds his Hf» complicated when he is cajoled into becoming a spotter for the Australian Navy in Universal'* • • • • t. • • • • Sunday thru; Wednesday,. J«n. Jl-F.b. J 1 Suun H«yword — Beft« Ddvl« "WHERE LOVE HAS GONE" tfcru J»»yrd«y, Feb. 4,-» I . • ,, J«n« F»pd« — . Aloln Dclon . 1 "JOY HOUSE" Pl.«*«. JOHN WAYNE in "RIO BRAVO" U fg ft pf JfajelhO«—- Martin _ 4 7 Pearson „_,,—._„•„_ I Larson 1 Anderson 0 TOTALS 3! Rinwttd (59) fg 0. Knapp 8 R. Kn»pp 4 Henrjcksen 1 3 Fisher _ 3 Christiansen ---- _~ 0 ....... 0 0 0 6 1 14 ft 2 8 0 3 0 2 Q * f 1? 1 5 z 2 Q 2 9 Algoium wtai bolbaN Ittter i) Drakt Tom Waller, son oC Mr. and Mrs. B. B. WaUejp, and an Algona high school athletic star, was awarded his varsity letter at Drake university in Des Koines recently. There were 38 football letters awarded. Waller starred in games last fall as a quarterback for the Prajse. team UNUSUAL LILY — Mr and Mrs Ed Biajiiff, Grinm. displayed their African my, alift known as the Sacre4 Ljly of India, lagt mpgtfe wjjen, it pw duced its deep purple bloom- The bulb grows at the astonishing rate of 3 inches i day when it begins to grow each year if NTRAk SPLITS WITH LINCOLH-CiNTIIAL x , grwvf ^ The Sentrsl lites split with Lincoln-Central here Tuesday in non-conference gaines- Steve Tangeinan set a new scoring record with 34 ' way, 5»turday 41 Qato 1'. II Only- matinee if 1:99 Sunday "Father Goose" — Thyr«*ay "Joy Jfeyse" ""Rid Prgvo" 1:3,0 - 3:§5 - 5:20' 7:30 - 9:45 panther by a timely shot. Put the photography of typi-- caj African terrain is by no means the least of the picture's attraction; some of the sunset scenes and silhouettes of darkened trees, are gems of artistry. Here is a picture that anyone,, young or old, would enjoy and I only hope watchful parents will see that their youngsters see this, and many other Walt Qisjpey productions that are .coming to the local theatre. THi FOLLOWING report by, Qiles M. Fowler of the Kansas City JStar, echoes my views as expressed in this column a few weeks ago. "Popcorn indigestion and tir« «d eyes are but two of the hazards of film criticism. A third (and a welcome hazard, by the way) is the onslaught of disan greements -^ friendly and oth" erwise — that follows publication of a Top 1Q movie list. "Every habitual moviegoer,, ajjg? all, has his Top 10 for th$ year; Not all 10 Bests agree, nor should they, for there are no, mpr^ absolutes in the standards, of cinema than in any other art. Yet my list for A. P. 1964 ii likely, J would guess, to evoke an unusual share of head-shakings, tut-tuts and pained out re never seen by local; audien- js;> -Yet most of the, best films rriye in time — even if they onrie late and stay too briefly.) "Moreover, 28 of my 51 were rbiduced in the United States-— nother retort to another kind f critic who assumes that all J. S, films are a waste of time nd that Hollywood spelled ackwards reads MORONIC. "The fact is that Hollywood las yet to mature fully — to natch its general technical ex- sellence with an equal excel- ence of dramatic material. Yet he viewer of American movies ast year would have found be- Ifpnd the Muscle Beach parties and sex stampedes and slick mindless day-dreams, an increas- romantic adventure comeoy m. Teehnieolor, "Father Goose " ing.seriousniBSS of intent, a new willingness to face relevant questions,, a growing trend toward experiment, a fresher, more tasteful approach to escapist cinema. "Indeed, one hopes it is symptomatic of a new, era in U. S. movies that five of my Top 10 films were produced by Americans," Q AWARD — • The Charles City Press has been cited by the Iowa Pork Producer's Association, for outstanding coverage of pork production and promotions. F«b. * 'AND PETER" Plus 6 Color Cartoons ',",(.-'*. [.••* . thiu W«dMfd«y, F«b. 7-10 Cory Ci«n» — U«4!e Coron "FATHER GOOSE" » • EndsWtd. "Where Love Has Gone' ALGONA FEB. 4 - 6 THURS. Thru SAT. He loved as if his life depended on it...and it did! m . FONDA DEICN ALBRIGHT 'thru Saturday, »«b. 11-1* . Audi* Murphy in . < "APACHE RIFLES" hii Vwl irymiM — «!*herd Widmirk in "FLIGHT FROM $»»Mfd«y Only, »«b. U FREE Dentil «how tt 10:00 a.m. and f ;30 p.m. for ell children with approved Dental Card., REGULAR ADMISSION OTHERWISE. "FLIPPER" The Fabulou« Dolphin with ChMk iConiiolt — luH» Nk, II «t ":00 f.m. VALENTINE MIDNIGHT SHOW! "KING KONG vs. GODZILLA" Plus * "Three StoooV' Comedy tkw W«dn««l«y, Feb. 14-1? T««y GOODBYE CHARLIE PLUS WQ fXCITING HIT! THEY ©R1W INTO ©IANJ3 AT ilO •ftAVQ! 'ere *••• AND THE SINGLE GIRL" ,: RIO BRAVO from WARNER BRO6> . "I count §1 of then) — I ••frlmM Pe)b 20 "ALIAS JE5SE JAMES" PM i Color Cartoons THE THIN RID LINE" Plwt «THi MAN FROM GALViSTON^ *«• **• •!• t w * femt 9vv* » **»»*• *THi UIVILY i • t • t • • i • t i i • t i t • •ttt«ttttt«ttitt< FEBRUARY - 1965

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