The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 6
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M •A ' Lone Rock Wins To Move Into County Loop Lead Humboldt's always-dangerous baseball team hung a 4-1 defeat on previously unbeaten West Bend and Lone Rock chalked up & football score, 21-14 verdict over St. Joe in Kossuth County Baseball League action Sunday. The two games put Lone Rock and West Bend in a tie for the loop lead and left Humboldt only half a game behind in third place. Mallard edged Algona, 10-8, and WfoSltemore ran up a 20-18 victory over Ayrshire in other league contests Sunday. Standings W L Lone Rock 3 1 West Bend 3 1 Humboldt 3 2 Whfllemorc 2 2 Mallard 2 2 Ayrshire -. -2 3 Algona 1 3 St. Joe 1 3 Whittemore will travel to Lone Rock: St. Joe to Ayrshire; Hum- 6-Algona (let.) Upper Des Moirm Thursday, June 18, 1959 West Bend for games this Sunday, The.Aljona-Mallard contest at the KG Park was settled in the top of the sixth inning when Compton belted a home run with two mates on base. It capped a five run rally and gave Mallard a 9-4 lead after the teams had been tied 4-4. Algona got a single run in the third, a pair e^ch in the sixth and seventh and three in the fourth. Mallard chalked up three in the second as Keerbs blasted a homer with two on, and one each in the third and eighth besides the five run blast in the sixth. A home run by Clint Godden accounted for Algona's seventh inning counters. Dr. Pat Mulligan, local dentist who was playing first base and was the top Algona hitter so far for the season, suffered a severe boldt to Mallard; and Algona to injury to his knee in the third SUNDAY - FATHER'S DAY SERVING DINNERS 11:30 TO 3 P.M. Hotel Algona Bill Walking On Hammond Organ In The Ballroom For Reservations CALL CY 4-3571 inning and put a damper on the Algona offense. He was slammed into by a base runner and forced from the game. Surgery for damage of the knee might be necessary. Grill and Geelan hurled for Algona, while Nystrom went all the way for the winners. Green hurled the Humboldt win, Doyle hurled for West Bend; Bellinger and Potra'tz worked on the hill for Lorte Rock and Neese, Thul, K. Meyer, T. Meyer and Christensen hurled for St. Joe; and J. Wuebker, W. "Wuebker and Nelson hurled for Ayrshire and Demer, Loebach and Meyer hurled for Whittemore. Box score: Algona (8) AB R II Johnson -.._,.. 5 0 2 ' Long 4 0 1 McNertney 5 0 0 Mulligan -.1 0 0 Straub 1 0 0 Geelan -..2 1 1 Lampright 3 1 1 1 «"uen 3, 3 1 Rahe * 3 1 0 vium : .--3 1 0 Grill 4 1 2 34 8 8 Mallard (10) AB R H Compton 4 1 2 Waters G 1 1 Blake _ -4' 2 0 Nystrom _._- 5 2 3 Stafford 5 1 2 Keerbs 5 1 1 Baumunk 4 0 0 Mackey ___.__.1 00 Sluttery .,5. 1. 1 Laws _ j.5 1 1 44 10 12 Algona Legion Team Is 12-8 Winner Monday Algona's Junior Legion baseball team garnered 13 hits on the way to a 12-8 win over St. Edmond of Fort Dodge at the KG Park Monday afternoon. Big innings proved to be the main feature of. the game. Algona got a single-run in,the bottom of the first and St.' Edmond countered with ,a run in the top of the second. Another run gave the Fort Dodge team a 2-1 edge in the third frame, but Algona came up with six big counters to take what seemed like a safe, 7-2 lead in the home half of the third. Algona got another run in the fifth to make it 8-2, but St. Edmond. hammered home six runs in the-top of the sixth to tie the locals at 8-8, Edgar Meyer Of Ottosen On Algonu Facility Summer Play Dramatic wardrobes for summer doings . . . everything for swimmjng in the surf to tennis and golfing. ' ,•',-• . . ' s Famous Brands Swimwear Select Sizes 10 to 18 — Choose 2 or 3 now at savings, and prepare for the long hot Months ahead. ...,. Reg. $15.95 to $22.50 SPECIAL $O95 9 Famous Label P/ayweor Group ., includes . Pedal Pushers, Jackets and Jamaica Shorts at ". All made of Poplin or SailCloth $098 3 Tee Shirts - Reg, $3.98 - NOW ONLY $198 1 Edgar Meyer One of the latest new additions t6 the Algona high school faculty for* the 1959-60 school year is Edgar Meyer, son of Mr arid Mrs Martin iMeycr of Ottosen, Mr Meyer, who is taking graduate work at Iowa State college this summer in industrial education, will teach mathematics, here., Mr Meyer studied high school subjects while in the U. S. Navy and» when he was discharged in 1954 his credits were sent to his home town and he received his diploma from -Ottosen high school, Ho then attended Fort Dodge Junior college for 1% yeEjrs, then : completed his. education at Iowa State*. He was married to a neighbor girl; Greta Fowler, Jan. 1, 1955. Mr and Mrs Meyer ,have two sons, Kris, 3M> and Bret, 1. Mrs Meyer is a registered nurse. — (UDM Engraving). Mrs Prieskorn New St. Ann Auxiliary Prexy Mrs 'Don Prieskorn was elected, president of St Ann hospital auxiliary at the spring duncheon meeting at Algona Country' Club June 10. Named as vice president was Mrs Roland Ostwald; second vice president is Mrs Robert LaBarre and third vice president, Mrs Mark McGuire. Maxine Momyer was elected recording secretary and Mrs Patrick Mulligan is corresponding secretary. The 'nominating committee for 1959-60 is Mrs George Powers-, Mrs Craig Smith, iMrs Ted He'rbst, Mrs Leo Cassell and Mrs Robert Williams. ? New committee chairmen have been appointed by Mrs Prieskorn. Ways and means chairman is Mrs Joe Bradley; social, Mrs Joseph McFarland with cochairman, Mrs A. J. Cotton. Service cart chairmen are Mrs Don Nelson and Mrs R. O. Bjustrom, Publicity is in charge of Mrs Cecil Will; program chairman is Mrs M. G. Bourne and sewing chairman is Mrs Perry Byam, Scra'p book, chairman is Mrs Luke Linnan; special -service chairman is Mrs Beth Miller and the news letter is in charge of Mrs Joseph Rooney, Summer Blouses Dozens of all types and fabrics to choose from. Long, short or sleeveless styles. Values to $2.98 Choice 97c Algona Medical Student Will Join Doctor An Algona medical student at the State University of Iowa, Gene Hoenk, who recently completed his junior year of medicine, will spend four weeks with Dr. Harry B. Helling, Fort Madison, as part of the university's annual preceptorship program. ,• The four week summer program will supplement training received at University Hospitals by giving the prospective doctor an insight into the general practice of medicine. Hoenk, son of Howard Hoenk, Algona, is slated to graduate from the university's college of Medicine next year. <' • '?^Pfr - |K U n^F wf U HMPi turn Added Cost For Air Conditioner Users Here An extra charge has been ad" ded to the cost of keeping cool for some local air-conditioner users. The Algona Utilities Com* mission has announced that users of non-conserving water cooling ; units will pay a surcharge of $5 per ton per year, up to five tons, and $10 per ton per year for each ton over five. The surcharge applies only to the units which use water directly in cooling the refrigerant and which run this water off as waste. Some large' conditioners have means of re-using this wat^ er and do not waste any except through evaporation. Where the^e units use less than 12 gal* Ions of water per hour, there is no surcharge. ' . ; FAL1- Roy Smith of Winterset was injured recently when he fell about 35 feet from a tree on which he was working. 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