The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 6
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' f* Young Bulldogs Wind Up 6*8 Season "Mi v Algona high school's young baseball learn, .which wound up the season during' the wieek- with a surprising 6-8 won-lost record, is shown aboveiin a phoHb snapped during one of the final workoutspf the year. •• •• , - " : . ''•••mt'HHi THe team climaxed the season with a 17-0 win over Boone Valley and a 3-3. tie in a game played against fathers of players on the roster. The father-son game was a struggle all the way, with the contest winding Up as the fathers pulled off a tricky triple play that cut off a burfding rally by the high school club. ' All of the members.of the squad will be back for another season next spring. ' >— 'f*WI!Ppi Shown,> in the front row, left to right, are Richard Dugan, Tim Dailey, Jaclr, Williams, Tom Waller, Chuck Oberwetter, Cerie Wittkopf, Larry Klein, Bob Ellerson, Lynn Kueck, Bill Wickliff, Ken Egel and Gary Colwell! In back, left to right, are Larry Helmers, Gary Naylor, Dennis Christensen, Kll Wetzel, Gary Peer, Chuck Streit, Sig Wood, Denny Waller, Jim Abbott, Bruce Sundet and Ste/ve Miller,, The team's showing included a 5^1 loss to Garrigan in recent sectional tournament here. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). the Two Top-Flight Baseball Games Set For Fair Kossuth County Fair-goers the week of Aug. 15 will get a chance to see two top-flight baseball games — FREE. The first afternoon of baseball, Tuesday, Aug. 16, will pit St. John's of Bdncroft against Corwith-Wesley. As all area fans know both teams are recent state champions and were in the running for the state title again this summer until recent defeats knocked them to the sidelines. St. John's took Corwith-Wesley out of the running, 7-1, in tourn- 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, Aug. 2, 1960 two weeks later taken the title at ament action here ago. St. John's was out of the race for Ruthven. Two Kossuth County League teams, Lone Rock and Whittemore, who have been in the fight for tlie loop championship all summer, will meet in the other game Thursday, Aug. 18. Both games will begin at 1:30 p.m. } There will be no charge to witness the games after patrons are inside; the main gate. Gets 10 Days A transient, Rufus Billington, was sentenced to 10.days in the local jail by Mayor C. C. Shierk for intoxication, following a hearing here this week. Larry G. Bonnett, Algona, paid $5 and costs, careless driving, and Donald Faris, Algona, $5 and costs, speeding, in other mayor's court cases. ^^•f^yyffi^y^^ KKW&GG^wsm^^ To All Who Helped To Make Our Grand Opening A Success ! PRIZE WINNERS HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED. i Make your appointment with beauty soon. We have four beauticians to serve you. Let us create a lovely new hair fashion to flatter you. Phone CY 4-3127 — Algona's Newest and Most Modern Beauty Salon STATE BEAUTY SALON Corner State & Thorington * June Simpson, Owner VI&XSXXXI^^ DIAMOND'S Back - To - School Hint: BE OUTFITTED HERE FROM HEAD TO TOE ! IVY LEAGUES Boys' Wash and Wear Ivys. 2 Colors To Choose From. Sizes 6-14. Sale Price $1.99 Heavier weight Ivys in 4 colors. Cords and polished cottons. Sizes 6-18. Sale Price $2.99 Men's Wash & Wear Ivys. 8 colors, 2 fabrics to choose from. Sizes 28-40. Sale Price $3,98 DRESS OXFORDS Boys' Dress Oxfords, Loafers or Ties. Your choice! Sizes 12'/2 to 3. Sale Price $3.99 Men's Dress Oxfords, Loafers or Ties. Browns, Blacks, White Bucks. You name it, We have it. Sizes 6-13. As low as $5.99 SPORT SHIRTS Boys' Short Sleeve or Long Sleeve Shirts. As low as $1.59 Boy's Long Sleeve White Shirts. Sizes 4-18. Sale Price $1.98 Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts. Sizes 14'/ 2 to 17'/2. S-M-L-XL. Values to $3.95 Now $1.98 See Our New Stock Of Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Priced From - — _-_- $2.95 UP. MAKE AIGONA YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS I West Bend In County Loop's Driver's Seal West Bend thwarted Ayrshire's attempt to get back into the driver's seat in the Kossuth County Baseball League by shellacking the team that has led the loop through most of the summer, 9-0, at West Bend Sunday! Harnerick flipped a one-hitter in pacing West Bend to the easy win. The winners chalked up ten hits and, committed four errors and the losers erred twice. Henderson pitched St. Joe past Humboldt, 10-8, and Lone Rock blasted Algona, 15-3, in oth'er league.games Sunday. -, ' Marv Bellinger, who slammed a bases-loaded home run in the fourth inning, allowed • Algona only five hits. Lone Rock came up with 12 blows and took advantage of seven Algona errors. Winkel and Schilmoeller hurled for Algona. Meyer slammed <a triple with the bases full for Lorje, Rock in the seventh. Algona will travel to St. Joe, West Bend to Whittemore for a showdown game and Humboldt to Lone Rock for loop contests this Sunday. W West Bend 9 Whittemore 8 Lone Rock 7 Ayrshire 7 St. Joe 5 Humboldt 4 Algona 2 LuVerne Lady's Brother Passes LuVerne — Mrs John Elbert, received news Sunday of the death of her brother, Ervin Galloway, 19, of Laurens in a car accident. The youth died at 8:30 p.m. in a Spencer hospital. Besides his parents, Mr and Mrs Jesse Galloway, he is survived by a brother and two sisters. Funeral services were held at Laurens Wednesday. Fire Saturday The Algona fire department was called at 1:20 p.m. Saturday to extinguish a grass fire near the Northwestern railroad tracks, behind the State Highway Dept. sheds on South Phillips street. The blaze was brought under control at once. , OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given that Clarence H. Wilson, Iowa City, Iowa, transferor and C. H. Wilson Transport Inc., Coralville, Iowa, transferee have filed a joint application for the Commission's approval of the transfer of Liquid Transport Carrier Certificate No. LC-17 which authorizes operations as a liquid transport carrier between all points in the State of Iowa. The Commission has fixed Thursday, September 15, 1960, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. ' at the office of the Commission, De§ Moines, Iowa as time and place for public hearing in the above docketed application. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Bernard J. Martin, Chairman Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner Harold E. Hughes, Commissioner ATTEST: Claude E. Davis, Secretary Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, July 1, 1960. Docket No. PLC-157 30-31 Local Church Re-Dedication Slated Aug* 7 trinity Lutheran Church Al* gona, which has undergone extensive rebuilding following a $75,000 fire March 13,' is slated to be re-dedicated Sunday, Aug. 7. Besides services, at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. that day, .an open housfe will be held ffom-,1 to 4 pm. in the afternodn. ' Members of the Meat's club of the ehufch ,wfll-i cdftdttdt.- guided t&urS oithe prefnlsearsa-iVisitoi's can see the building's reednstrui- tlon. Ladies of the congregation will serve refreshifleftts. \ A special guest will be Rev.'Q. Lobeck, Council Bluffs, district president, who will cortduct the evening services. The Cowan 'Construction Co., Algona, is completing, work on the project. Members of the church building committee are W. C. Oau, John Dreesman, Bert- 10 Wibfaeh, ftaHiiey teok/flrtd eV. G, 'Gefike. » ,tTie church ,fs also filaft]Aln| •an educational unit,- about,37*70 feet, which will be' built ih tUff future on to the southeast por-, tiori of the present church. Members of the planning 1 committee in charge are Q. Long, W. Run* nke, William IPaeia, Rev. Clerike, W. C. Dtiu, Ranney Leek, M. Hubef, C. .Willrett'and E-.-Weg- illc Lafajtft Garden filujb present--its second, fldwer- show • "thru 1 The GWdeft^fite" 1 , August 9 at the Lutheran .Church from 2 to 6 p.m. The public is invited. There Will be'no admission charge.,LtMch will'be. sold v f dewing the program. n A WONDERLAND OP-THINGS TO SEE and DO (960 tOWA AUG. 26-SEPT. 4 NEW! *• NEW! * NEWJlJ •*»"!£. GO CART RACES . . . Afternoon, Aug. 26 - Thrills on Hiriltl in the nation's newest racing sensation. SOPER MODIFIED STOCK CAR RACES.. Afternoon, Sept. 4 - Super-powered for the last word in Speed thrills. EXHIBITS OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M. See hundreds of fascinating exhibits after •choot, after work. WORLD HEREFORD CONFERENCE I SHOW - First time In America. Visitor* from all over the world. * ' STATE'TALENT CHAMPIONSHIPS Iowa's top young talent eompeting daily to * ^ * * *, * * # ORDER RESERVED ° SEATS NOW! DtMrtrf MJ&.**/. fcox mft. $MO. N; rtitrvid •»••*,• «,"' M C«rt MjM. Sen* mower.«•*•{'. Itati ««» ** •"« Ml MUSICAL REVUE 7 .BIG NIGHTS, AUG. 27 - SEPT. 2 Star-studded cast of <nrer 200 M to nanaMtk dose-in Stages. Meadfinwi by the brighteststars fro* the entertainment world. AUG. 27-28-29 Jane Morgan •[johnny Carson The Fascination Ciri I Special 8dest Star AUG. 30-31 . •—' —Molly Bed • Johnny Cash Capitol RecordfajArtnf •!!• Cental Twry SEPT. 1.2 The Vagabonds • The Chortbttes with their newest discovery Cadence Recording .* Babe Pier ArBste ^ ************ BIG CAR RACES' Afternoons, Aug. 28; Sept. 1-3 STOCK CAR RACES Afternoon, Aug. 27; .Nite, Sept..4 JALOPY RACES Afternoon, Sept. 2 HORSE RACES f Afternoons, A«|. 30-31 I THRILL CIRCUS Nite, Avg. 26 THRILL SHOWS cAfternooit, Aug. 29j Nite, Sept. 3 NATION'S GREATEST FARM FAIR! Notional Livestock Show; 4H-FFA Fair; Carcass Show; Team Pulling; Corn & Grain Show; New Machinery Show; Farm Gadget Show; Poultry & Rabbit Show; Baby Barnyard; Tractor Rodeo. . . . 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