The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1960
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Sill, Okla: for future artillery officers. He Is among 600 students attending the ROTC damp at Fort 'Sill. j~Alfl6na (la.) Uppaf Da* MdtoM Tuesday, Juna Ik, I960 lone Rock Pins First Defeat On Ayrshire The race for the pennant in the Kossuth County Baseball League Was tightened Sunday when Lone Rock posted a 7-4 win over previously unbeaten Ayrshire at Lone Rock. St. Joe dumped ^hittemore, 9-5, and West Bend slipped past Algorta, 11-8,' in oilier loop frays Sunday. • Twd make-up games are on tap in the league this Sunday. West Bdnd will travel to Lone Rock, and Ayrshire will visit Whitterhore. Regular league ac- 1 1 2 2 2 4 5 tion will begin again July 10, 1 STANDINGS . Ayrshire -,————, 5. Lone Rock .._— 4 St. Joe —j 4 Whittemore. _'__- .-- 4 West Bend :—_*-• 3' Humboldt 2 '' Algona 1 , Bierle hurled Lone Rock past Ayrshire. He allowed nine hits while his mates totaled only five from the officers of Wuebker and Thompson. The losers committed two' errors and the winners three. • Sweeney and Klepper hurled West Bend past Algona, allowing seven hits. The winners cpl- lected 12 from the offerings of Schilmoeller. Henderson hurled'St. Joe's win over Whittemore. The losers used Schriner and Blake on the hill. At R. O. T. C. Camp Cadet Victor A. Seely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Seely of Algona, is taking an intensive six weeks training at Fort TOM'S Televiews -•-•a Real Big One Is Coming Up, Little Leagues Only one reai dog-fight re mained in Algona's little leagues following play during .the week. That'was in the International League (3-4 graders), where the Chiefs, who now have a 5-0 record, and the Soos,< 4-0, are apparently marking time until r meeting next Tuesday eveninf July 5. It is the only game scheduled between the teams this year artd could settle the race, barring later upsets. Here are the week's results: National Pirates 11, Braves 9 Pirates 7, Cards 0 Cards 13, Giants 3 American Orioles 9, Yanks 7 Orioles 8, Tigers 1 ' Indians 3, Yanks 2 Red Sox 5, Orioles 4 , International. J Royals 3, Milters 2 Soos 22, Bees 3 Chiefs 3, Royals 2 Millers 6, Bears 5 Chiefs 14, Saints 4 Standings: National Pirates 5 Braves 3 Giants 2 -Cards — 2 \ American" Indians 4 Orioles 3 Red Sox 3 Yanks 2 White Sox 1 Tigers 0 International Chiefs 5 Soos 4 Royals 3 Millers 2 Bears __ 1 Saints • 0 Bees '. 0 Junior Girls Softball Orioles 2 Chickadees 3 Doves 3 Bluejays 2 Canaries _.' 1 Cardinals 1 Wrens 0 Robins 0 Senior Girls Softball = Orfeffl"ds"":ZIIIIiI 1 ' f yiolets - 1 Carnations 0 Garrigan Park It was Thursday, June 23. and, the deadline f x cfompleiion of .Garrigan high school's new base- ii was muiauoj. WH..D -w. «•« T..L- on\ ...u nn «,» «v>nwa r>ti<-vtn «>as snnrmpH. The K . i •>. ,,._.==* i.-*— iniin fi^im > • jut . Jnf * jdHIk I all, nark was only four days away (Monday, June 27), when the above phoUr Was snapped, ine major task fymg "SheadI of workmen on the job was installation , of bleachers behind 'home plate a ^!fflrta%l!&"S^^%" *•»«.• the »S ht towers held : bulbs .ready^for action 4 3 4 • 0 2 2 3 2 5 0 0 2 2 4 3 4 0 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 0 1 2 2' 'JDM 1 Classifieds Pay Dividend! Boy, itVhoi again . . .'with this hot weather»and everyone pic- nicing and taking trips, no_w is a good time to have your radios and TV's broW'it in for a check-up and minor repairs. Speaking of hot AND HUMID wealhsr ... try to operate your radios and TV's at least a few hours per day. The heat keeps the sets dried out preventing corona arching and subsequent, expensive repairs. In Oklahoma a poultry man said television is "hurting egg sales." People slay up (or the late shows and then are too tired to eat a hearty breakfast the next morn- Not everyone has complaints about television, though. In Florida, robbers stole 5000 sets from a train car and a case of coffee— probably to keep them awake for the late movies. If you have any complaints about your TV, call us. We are always ready to solve your problems and keep your sets in good working order. THAT'S RICH ., , For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune In (112 N Moore — CY 4-3260). Did You Know? that today aa estimated 1,100,000 prescriptions aw filled every day in this country by qualified regis- tered pharmacists SEE YOUR DOCTOR FIRST ... HIS KNOWLEDGE IS THE KEY TO HEALTH Hele junl 22 , Burial services for a longtime Algona-.resideht, Ccinrad, "Copft- ie!' .Herman, 9|, were held .Wed* fiesday afternoon, June 22, at Rivecview-cemetery. Rev. N. M Coughettour officiated' and Mc« CulloUghte Funeral Chape 1 ! was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at th'e .jraveSid? rites were Byron Richardsonj Ed 'Hough, Gene Schemel, Hugh Raney, Milton Norton and Wal T ter Klamp. Mr. Herman died in an Echo Minn, rest home where he had been 'a patient for some time. He left Algona 10 or 15 years ago to live at Echo With a- daughter Mrs. Marie Fachke, who^now lives at ,Chgska, Minn. • ' F,uheral services'were hel'd for him earlier Wednesday at Echo,, Mrs. Pachke, is the only child. Mrs. Herman died many years ago. , / Mr. Herman lived in Algona for many "years and at one time was in partnership in the contracting business here .with" the late tj. R. Cowan. He at. one time served on the Algona city council. CLUB 169 Under Complete New Management: 'Open Tp pyblle | »" . i _ _ ,— ^ Jtfk HK • the cement-mixing—.— — i anuiiier. iutt.1, ^uawi'Jim Geelan, Mike Gottfredsen wi o ^ Bright and Fred Isaacson is shown at the base of the light tower ^S^ri^SS^&far beyond the outfield fence/the Weidenhoff. Corp. water lower eems to be standTng guard over the entire layout, which has been. Under construction east of the.Gam- M school for many weeks. The school's football field lies south of the .baseball Park,_ . ' The first feathe m'histwy at Gariigan Park -.wasjlated last night (Monday).-when-St. John's of croft and fSTlteSnfwSe scheduled to meet in T night game. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). KOSSUTH COUNTY Algona Nips Burl With 3-Run Sixth St. Joe Hurler * Fires No-Hitter At Bancroft';. • Paul Meyer vfired a nprhitter as St. Joe of the Kossuth County Baseball League posted a 10-1 win over Bancroft at Bancroft Wednesday night, June 2. Meyer whiffed 13 and walked nine opponents. . St. Joe managed only five hits ' from the offerings ' of Andreasen, Rahe. and McNertney. 8 Errors Let Humboldt Dump Algona Teacher To NoVI toricldve Miss Alice Condon .left Thurg- day for California where she Vill Visit he,r sisters in Pasadena and Sari pabriel.- Miss Condon will represent'the "Algona schools at the'National Education'..Association convention the ' first week of her vacation. The convention wjll be held in Los Angeles. . . ' . ' Three Licenses Three couples applied for licenses, to wed at the .offiqe ol County Clerk Alm,a Pearson this week. They were: '.•.-', ,.'.'-' June 27 — Dohajd ' B,, Schiltz and Mary McGuire, Bancroft; David S. Sweet and Elizabeth Doyle, Algona. . . June 28' — Jimmy Stanford, Laddonia, Mo., and Patricia Borgmeyer, Mexico, Mo. ' ' '-'•• • Algona high schbol's Bulldog? came up with a three ru|i ral ^ in the home half of th<i sixth ihning to notch a 5-4 win- over Burt at the fairgrounds STriday night. It was the first, win for the young *' Bulldogs, who will travel to Lake Park for a game tomorrow (Wednesday) night. Burt came up with a pair of counters "in the first inning and managed to hold the upper hand all the way despite a two-run Algona rally in the bottom of the fourth. Burt had scored one tally in the top of the fourth and led, 3-0, before the Bulldogs cut the margin to 3-2. Another Burt run in the top of the fifth made if 4-2 and set the stage for the winning rally. Hits by Bill Wet/el, Bill Kraft and Gary Peer and an error sent home the winning runs as darkness came. Burt couldn't score in the top of the final frame. Wetzel was the leading sticker in the contest with a pair of doubles and n single in three trips to the plate. Algona got se\en hits and Burt three. Kraft went all the way on the hill for the locals, while Hoppus and Meister shared pitching duties for the losers. Kraft struck out D. Waller 1 .0 Q Wetzel .... 3 2 ,3 Kraft >- 3 1 1 Peer —.-' 3' - : 1 2 Ellefsbn , xr —— 3; 0 0 Oberwetter .„_ 20 0 Wittkopf —-~- 1 0 0 Egel — — 1; 0 0 T. Waller —— 0.0 0 Wickliff 1 00 23 11. Burt (4) AB R H TOM'S RADIO & TV RUSK DRUG Phone CY 4-2349 Algona, Iowa PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Hilton 300 McGuire 41 1 Hoppus 2 1 0 Meister .„. 400 Kissner 411 Woltz 300 Lavrenz .2 1 0 Spry 4 01 Smith 300 29 4 3 Algona (5) AB R H Klein 300 Naylor 3 1 1 Helmers 2 0.0 ANNOUNCEMENT OF CHANGE OF OPERATION Effective June 30, Thursday, The Algona SKEUY SERVICE STATION on East State St. Will Be Under The Operation Of Your Old Friend, ERNIE GODFREDSEN, And Will Be Known As ERNIE'S SKEUY SERVICE Phone CY 4-3182 Garrigan Nine Bags 1(1 Win At Ft. Dodge Algona Garrigan used 16 walks, 10 hits and five St. Edmond errors to shut out the Gaels, lfi-0 at the St. Edmond diamond in Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon. St. Edmond got only four hits off a trio of Garrigan pitchers, but two of them were for extra bases. Mike McTaggart doubled in the third and Jim Risetter doubled in the sixth. The other hits were singles by Bob Hassett nd Leon Haverkamp. Chuck Heinen of Garrigan hit triple for the bert blow of the ame. He also singled twice for three for four afternoon. The winners broke the game open in the fifth inning when" hey sent 12 batters to the plalq and scored eight times on foup lits and five walks an,d one St. Edmond error. Algona Garrigan (16) AB R H Schneider, 2b -.4 1 0 Froehlich, 3b .. 3 2 1 C. Heinen, ss --. 4 3 3 D. Heinen, Ib -- 3 2 1 Bill Reed, cf.'p -4 2 1 Bob Reed, c — 2 3 2 Rahm, If : 3 1 0 Eisenbacker, If 0 0 0 Loebach, rf, p -- 4 • 1 0 McDonald, rf — 0 0 0 Albert, If 1 0 0 Hanson, p 412 Algona high school's young baseball team went all out in an attempt to win, but .Humboldt capitalized on eight Bulldog eror^s to post a 12-7 : verdict over the locals at Humboldt Monday night. Lynn Kueck and Bill Kraft hit home runs for ^ Algona The Bulldogs led for two jn- nings but a five run third inning gave Humboldt a- lead that stood up throughout the game. Algona outhit the winners, 11-8. Kraft hurled for Algona and Heathman for Humboldt. Gary Peer-got three.hits in five tries for the Bulldogs. Kraft and Bill Wetzel each got a pair of blows. Resigns At Ledyard Ledyard — Supt. James Bottenfield of Ledyard high school resigned his position Thursday evening. He will become superintendent of schools at Lone- Tree for the 1960-61 school year. No successor for Bottehfiold has been named by ,the Ledyard school. '. Tvvo Jntpxicated ~ $15 „.. enrages .-_ -._.. Mayor Shierk's court this week. They were John Gulans and Gubrey Shepherd. Leon Gulans, Des Moines,' was fined $5 and costs,, no dr'iverfs" license: Jerry Krjeps, W«*3tey,. P a id $25 and costs, speeding; rDtfnald Juchem, Wesley, paid ,$5" ajnd costs, allowing an unauthorized person to drive; and Ered A. Will, Algona, paid $5 and cbsits, improper turn, in other mayor's court action. Fractures Back LuVerne — Norman Marty, ton year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Marty, north of Hardy, was taken to Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge after an accident at their farm home Sunday. He fell through a hay door in the barn, landing on the cement floor receiving a broken back.. He is now in a cast from his neck down, ,but able to be up and walking. " BETTER PRINTING for less - Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Here's BIG News from your NEW HOLLAND DEALER Totals 32 16 10 Garrigan Drops Home Opener To Bancroft, 14*3 St. John's of Bancroft postec a 14-3 victory over Garrigan high ssbw) before «t ltr« e crowd a» the grand, pp^njnn of Garrigan Field here Mondjjr night. The winners "took an curly lead and were never headed John Loebach, Lynn Hansen ark Chuck Heinen pitched for Gar vi&vn. L^pp^ rUt, Q| the tonics was a triple with the bases load ed by Alan Menke of Bancrof in the Cut it easier! Cut it faster! Get it down on time! ^ , ' New for '60 from New HoUan(Mhe semi-mounted Model 47! Specially designed to speed your haying. Letfl you mow and condition in one time-saving operation! 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