Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 22, 1965
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...•'•* • < District cage meet opens One of the evtmest district tournaments in history «1tl open up Monday night and continue all wneek long at the Garrigan high school gym. Six and even seven teams are given a chance to win the district. They include, Algona, En> metsbtirg* Armstrong. Lakota, Bancroft St John's, Garrigan and even Graettinger. Only Sentral seems over-matched. If a favorite had to be chosen, the nod would have to go to Coach Earl Zwagermann's high-flying Lakota Eagles, They are currently l!M and were co-champions of the State Line Conference. Only loss on their slate was to Armstrong early in December. Since then, they haven't been beaten and seldom even test- ed seriously. But there are lots of other dubs that could get by. Amv strong has lost only three games enroute to a 17-3 season and will open against La* kota Monday night at 7 p.m. The Tigers, with a veteran club back, will be a threat Either Algona or Emmetsburg who play at 8:30 p.m. Monday could be a title con- tender. Both finished in Ihe second division of tiieif <«on. ference but both have shown flashes of brilliance during the season. Algona had a &? conference mark going into the final game of the season Friday night and the Bulldogs were 8-9 overall. Emmetsburg also finished fifth in its conference and was 5-8 for the year. The E-Hawks boast a ?1- 69 overtime win over Algona in the season opener last fah. So that's the top bracket — with the two winners of Mon* day nights games meeting at 7 p.m. Friday night, Feb. 26. Down in the lower bracket, St. John's of Bancroft hooks up with Sentral of Fenton in the first round game Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The Johnnies have had a fine year and are 17-3 for the season. They boast two wins over Algona Garrigan and met Graettinger Friday night Sentral ended far down the list in the State Line conference and doesn't figure to be able to match St John's talent. In the other bottom bracket contest, Garrigan goes up against Graettinger. The latter Lakota and Armstrong win in sectionals Lakota and Armstrong, high school co-champions of the State lane Conference this winter, took their places in the Garrigan district tournament starting Monday night by winning sectional tournament on Thursday. Lakota won its own Class B sectional by turning back Ledyard. 67-58 in the finals. The Eagles, losers only once this year, havent lost since bowing to Armstrong early in the season. . Armstrong moved by Swea City with ease 73-47 at Armstrong Thursday night in the Class A sectional finals there to earn a Garrigan berth. The Tigers have a 16-3 record for the season. * * * ARMSTRONG 82 RUTHVEN 45 Armstrong — The Tigers advanced to the finals Wednesday night by routing Ruthven, 8245 here, Dick Barrett led the winners with 20 points. Armstrong held a 46-30 halftime lead and was never in trouble. Armstrong 22 24 18 18—32 Ruihven 17 13 6 9—45 *• *. * : SWEA CITY 64 CATHOLIC 62 Armstrong — Swea City eased by Catholic of Emmetsburg in the meet semifinals here on Wednesday, 64-62. The Trojans were behind after one quarter 15-12 out took a 32-28 halftime lead. The second half was dose ; aH the way. Leading the Swea City attack was Tom Elliott with 20 points. Swea City 12 20 14 18—64 Eraraetsburg 151315 19—62 •• .: *-•"*"* LAKOTA t6 RINGSTED 51 Lakota — All five Lakota starters hit in double figures here Wednesday as the Eagles swept by Ringsted, 86-51 in a semifinal Class B sectional game here. Lakota was held to a mere 13-10 first quarter lead but then went in front 35-21 at the half. Roger Becker led the winners with 14 points, Rich Thomsen and Mark Hamilton followed with 13 each, Stan Tjaden had a dozen and Brian Ellsworth meshed 11. Lakota 13 22 28 25—«8 Ringsted 10 11 13 17—51 , LEOYARO 72 L-CENTRAL 60 to a semifinal game Ledyard opened quarter lead but the count was down to 30-26 at the half. Ledyard L-Centrai 18 12 22 20—72 6 20 8 26—SO * -x GOLDFIELD 75 iLuVERNE 59 | Pocahontas — Goldfield pull- ied away from LuVerne in the final six minutes to end the Lions' hopes for tournament ac; tivity> 75-59 in a second round (game here Wednesday night. [ The game was tied at 54-54 [with six minutes to play and j Goldfield dropped in 21 points in those final moments. The winners hit 60% for the night with 30 field goals in 50 chances. LuVerne's best scorer again was I Bob Maass with 32 points. I Goldfield led at the end of ;.aH three quarters but by only ! 15-11 at the first quarter rest j period and 34-31 at the half. LuVerne ended its season with [a 13-7 mark. —Thursday thru Saturday "The Thin Red Line" 8:05 "The Man From Galveston" 7:00 and 9:45 —Saturday Matinee "The Man From Galveston" plus 6 color cartoons at 1:30 —Sunday "The Lively Set" 1.30-3:20-5:11 - 7:20-9:30 —Monday thru "The Lively Set" 7:15 - 9:45 "The Lively Set" opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. WEST BEND 71 BOONE VALLEY 67 Rolfe — West Bend came from behind to advance to the Class A basketball boy's finals here Wednesday night "by downing Boone Valley of Renwick, 71-67 in an overtime, IThe-'BundogS were behind the entire game' unfil the fourth quarter and were down 36-28 at the half. The regular game ended at 62-62, after West Bend finally caught Boone Valley with three minutes to play. West Bend took a quick lead in the overtime and won easily. Bruce Balgman hit 29 points to pace the winners with George Bargman connecting on 23. West Bend is now 17-2 for the season. INDIAN WAR VETERAN — Joshua Johnson, 93, of Boone, died this month. Identified by the Veterans Administration as one of 13 survivors of the Indian Wars, Johnson worked as a carpenter in Boone and Des Moines. Another veteran of the Indian Wars is Charles G. Jones, 91, of Cedar Rapids, D/CKYc. DAISY James Darren stars as a furious young sports car builder and racing driver in Universal's color drama, The Lively Set," which also stars Pamela Tiffin, Doug McClure, Joante Sommers and Marilyn Maxwell. Twin Rivers, Sentral girls to semifinals Fenton — Sentral of Fenton moved to within one game of the district- tournament here Tuesday night by defeating Cylinder, 55-31. The Satellite girls met T»ml Friday night in one semifinal game and Armstrong and Ringsted renew rivalrv hi the other. Both the sectional champion and runnerup advance to district play. Sentral got 37 points from Bonnie Wehrspan in Tuesday's win and raced away to a 29-13 halftime lead. In the second game Tuesday night, Riugsted dumped Ayrshire, 64-43. cltib had a 15*5 season and ended funnerup behind Welt fiend in the Cornbelt Confer* ence. Garrigan has been coming late in the season but finished no better than 8-10 going into Friday's finite and minus high scorer Jerry Bradley, will have its hands full with any club in the bottom bracket. The winners from Friday night's semifinal games meet in the finals here. Monday night. March i at 7:30 p.ih; for the title. It could be any one of six or seven teams. Best bet is Lakota. Darkhorses are Algona and Emmetsburg high sch&ols and St. John's of Bancroft, Sleepers could be 'Armstrong, Garrtgan or Graettin- gcr. 450 attend driving meeting » v , '" *^ s , & About 450 attended the Community Conference for Better Drivers Wednesday evening^ at iured while speaking is Patrolman Carol Ku-kpatrick, hearing officer of the Highway Patrol - * — • —»——c> *»*• v»*,*»v.\*«. w*. u.1^ j.u£unajr JTouui the high school auditorium.^Pic-i from Storm Lake. Seated is Ben Ploof, Director of the Safety Education division, .another featured speaker. Three films were shown. Holmes _l ________ _ Johnson __ __: _______ 0 0 19 TOTAL LEDYARD (58) fg Logemann 13 Smith 5 Klocke 7 Brandt : :_"_ 0 ,Waterhouse___-_ •** 0 """" Johnson' n_ri_±i_ 0 Munyer i__ 0 TOTAL 25 0"?f3 0 25 ft 6 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 0 15 Pf if 0 ~" 6 3 22 S PRtSW 6000 PURE MILK PRODUCED BY AND KNOCK POOR HEALTH FOR A LOOP/ Think how fortunate we are: there is plenty o* milk for everyone. £e sure to drink yoyr share, \g protect your health. SENTRAL (55) fg ft pf Wehrspan, Bet 001 Wehrspan, Bon. 14, 9 Q Elmers ._ <1 o Oi Ditsworth : 0 1 Oi Voigt, T. —_1___1 4 2l! Voigt, R. 120 Menke 0 0 1 Schlei 003 Douglas _•___ 0 0 5 Brando 0 0 1 TOTAL 20 1$ « CYLINDER (31) fa ft pf Randa 3 5 5| Nelson 5 1 3 Kane 100 Berkland 212 Blass 100 Weisbrod, N. 006 Weisbrod, B. 002 Thompson 000 TOTAL 12 7 II TWIN RIVERS 63 LEDYARD 58 Corwith — Twin Rivers continued its bid for another state tournament chance by edging jout Ledyard, 63-58 in the second I round of the girl's district tournament here Tuesday night. It was Twin Rivers that sent Ledyard to the sidelines last jyear in the finals of the district. j Ledyard got 32 points from Dar- jlene Logemann but Kristie Erd- jman led all scorers with 35 for | the winners. 1 Ledyard ended with an 11-5 I mark while Twin Rivers is 13-4 jfor the season. The Pirate girls trailed most of the way until jthe fourth quarter and were I down 34-29 at the half. Dianne ! Brandt, Ledyard's fine guard, fouled out in the fourth quarter. .TWIN RIVERS (63) fg ft pf j.Nielson 330 'Kraabei _. 6 7 3 lErdman 10 J5 3 Megers 005 Selvig 002 Ends Wednesday FEB. 24 "Sex and the Single Girl" »• i* ALGONA THURS. Thra SAT. FEB. 25 - 27 TROD HERE To JAMES JONES' GREATEST... UNTIL THIS THE THIN RED KJ3R JACK Shown at 8:05 P.M. SAT, MAT. 1 '30 MAN FRQM OALViSTON" Color Cartoons rS Another New Home with all the "Extras' . -j -••• • •- :~'i • - . - ••', . :. * ^ HAS^JUST BEEN LISTED WITH THE . SEELEY REALTY COMPANY OF ALGONA A NEW MODERN FAMILY HOME AWAITS YOUR INSPECTION. LOOK AT ALL THESE ATfR ACTIVE FEATURES. On The First Floor — ~ 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 with double closets. (One carpeted). —r Good sized living room with carpeting, drapes, and air conditioning. — A lively kitchen with built-in b«r — dinette — cupboard space galore. — Dining room with walk out patio complete with French doors, -^ Full bath with extra storage space, also utility room. In The Basement Mr and Mrs. Jtrry Ottrum ar* parents of a girl weighing 7 Ib. 2Vi oz., born at St. Ann hospital Friday, Feb. 19, WHItim Klriclattd, owner of Kirk's shoo store, had major surgery Monday at Mercy ho&pi. tal In Mason City. He will be there a week or ten days. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY? 5 59' 5 Antenna ForJustlc The Color'Cepter Antenna shewn below for JUST ONE PENNY with .the purchase of any Color OR Black and Whito Zenith TV Set. Black and white sett start as low as $199.95. Built "Better to Last Longer Because it's HANDCRAFTED! 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