The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1959
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..**• LV < ;i - ? Bancroft Annexes Jr. Legion Title For Third Time In A Row Bancroft's Junior Legion base-! ball team outlasted ptturmva. 118. and grabbed a third consecutive state title before 1.300 fans in Memorial Park at Bancroft Monday night. The win also gave Coach V. J. Meyer's crew a chance to move into Regional play, which begins August 21 at McPherson, Kansas. Bancroft pot into the. final round with a resounding 8-0 win over previously undefeated Pierson Sunday night after Ottuimvn edged Rockwell. 10-8, in an error- fined fray Sunday afternoon. The new champs found themselves in a real predicament at the end of the first U-i* innings. Ottumwa was on top. 4-2. after counting three times in the first and once in the second and appeared on the way to victory despite a two-run Bancroft rally in the home half of the first. But Bancroft came up with a big 4-run inning and was never headed despite a three-run burst by Ottumwa in the seventh. A walk, single and an error loaded the bases for Bancroft with one out in the second. Dewayne Hatten promptly belted a double that sent in the tying runs and a fielder's choice and passed ball sent in another pair to give Bancroft a 6-4 lead. Ottumwa got one in the third to make it (3-5. but that was as close as the losers could come to getting the win. Bancroft came up with a single run in the fourth and two each in the fifth and sixth to make it 11-5, and the loser's three-run seventh rounded out the scoring. Ron Stroup went all the way on the hill for Bancroft and was belted for nine hits. He allowed four walks and whiffed 11. Only five of the eight runs off him were earned as both teams accounted for 10 errors during the fray. Aanstad, Whitham and Davidson went t.o the hill for Ottumwa and allowed a total of 10 hits and eight walks-' while striking out eight. Aanstad took the loss, his first of the season against 10 wins. Fran Doyle was red-hot on the hill for Bancroft in the semi-final win over Pierson. The "West Bend boy had his fast ball working perfectly and wound up with 17 strikeouts. He allowed only four hits and walked only two. • Lenoch, who took the loss for Pierson, gave up eight hits, while issuing six walks and whiffing seven. It was his fiVst loss of the campaign. Hand and Hatten weire the 6-Aloona (la.) Upper DM Molnw Thursday, August 13, 1959 best percentage hitters for Bancroft in the meet. Hand got five nils in nine tries and Hatten was four for 10. Doug Glasnapp was tops at driving .home runs with four. Box score — finals: Bancroft (11) AB H Hand 4 / 3 Holmes 4 0 Hatlon 5 3 Menke —~ 3 1 Glasnapp 4 , 1 Stroup 3 1 Johnson 5 , 0 Bormann 4 1 Donahue 3 0 35 10 Lone Rock Gets 5-2 Decision Over Algona Lone Rock punched out n 5-2 victory over Algona in the- only Kossuth County Baseball League {,'ame reported Sunday. All eight teams will be playing loop contests this Sunday, Aug. 16, nt 2 p.m. Box score: Algona (2) ' AB E. Rahe -.. 4 Andreasen 5 B. Rahe 4 Johnson 4 W'inkel 1 Long 2 MeNertney 3 Straub 4 Weise _._ 2 Hood __ 2 Whittemore Is 1-0 Loser In State Softball Whittemore Hatchery dropped a 1-0 decision to Sioux City Investors in a second round game of the State Softball Tournament at Boone Sunday night. The Whittemore outfit previously had -gotten past its first round opponent, John Deere of Waterloo, 1-0. in 12 innings. Paul Heberry hurled a no-hitter at Whittemore Sunday. Tho only run came on a single, a double and sacrifice fly, putting the Sioux City club in the third round. Pat Nolan hurled for Whittemore in the state meet and bested Art Ashton, who is moving from Waterloo to Algona, in'the 12-inning first round game.. Four Swimmers Take Double Titles Here Four.swimmers won two titles each during the second annual Kossuth County Swimming "Meet at the Algona Tuesday night. 2 Cases Piled This Week In District Court Two account cases were ffle*d in district court here this week Both involved alleged past*due accounts. Standard Radio Transcription, plaintiff, claims $231.40 in a judgment filed against the Kossuth County Broadcasting Co., station KLGA, Algona, defendant, lot a Lawrence Welk Library^; allegedly used by the station foir a year after Jan. 8, 1958. Rental oft the library was $4.45 per week, Clarence Meyer is plaintiff and Arthur A. Kiecker, defendant, in the second case on file. The plaintiff claims he earned $713.62 during the summer of 1958 while working for the defendant. He has been paid $210, and asks the balance, $503.62, stating that'he traflef brak€S» and $5, ntt Safety chains on trailer; Lloyd L, Gray)! Titonka, $10.' faulty equipment, and $5, allowing unauthorised minor to operate a motor Vehicle; Robert M. Kallem, Thar, $5 allowing minor to operate a motor vehicle, and $5, faulty equipment; Donald L. Theesfeld, Estherville, $5, no muffler; Virginia L. Gray, Chili, Wis., $5, no operator's license; Virginia Wei^brod, Fenton, $5, no operator's license; and Warner H. Beenke"n, Titonka, $5, stop sign. For Sole has received no payment Feb. 6, 1957. , since H 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Q H 1 3 . .0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 Lone Rock (5) Long 31 2 9 AB R H 3 0 0 Looft - 4 0 1 Bollinger 4 1—.- 1 Dreyer 4 0 '..1 Sehuller 211 Schmidt 101 Riebhoff 4 .0.0 Blanch ard 4 1 1 Meyer _ 311 Schmidt 1 0 -0 Potratz — 2 1 , 1 32 5 "' 8 Winkel wag the losing pitcher. while Marv''Bollinger took the* win: ~" : ' Schutter, Jr., Tex Ritter, Linda Tague and Keith Colwell. Other first place winners wero Dave Williamson, Connie Cassel, Bill Milder, Janice. Ringsdorf, Jim Parsons, Cheryl Cook, Mary Kay Barry, Clay Mowers, Gretchen Zender, Dave Hicks and Joe Hoenk. Events included 80 and 160 Burt Infant Dies; Rites Held Friday Graveside rites for Londa Kay Davis, infant daughter of Mr and swimming- _pool Mrs Darrell Davis of Iowa Falls and Burt, were held Friday at the Burt cemetery. Rev. Fred Samek officiated at the rites. , -. / •. FOR SALE — 35 PUREBRED Hampshire fall & spring boars. Vaccinated for Cholera and Erysipelas. Glen Olson, Rake, la. 32' FOR SALE — ONE OF ALGO- na's finest up-to-date homes carpeted living room, lovely kit chen with builWn ,oven ant stove, paved, garage, buy arid save several thousands — See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst 32 Wedding License It w&j like . tfuite again week at the county clerk's thi§ as nhte copies obtained licenses o wed. -They went to; Aug. 5 — Brufie E. Meyers, Suf * falo CAiter, and Shirley Stenzei, Ledyard, * &«& S «» ArtJwr Clark, Chica* go, and Adene fiownahrt, Bode: Gene Thompson, S.wea City, and Barbara M»no, .Le'dyard. >Aug. 9 •*• Dai/&J C. . Algona, and Gladys HeHarid, Cylinder. Au§. 10 Merlyn A. Thomp- Ellehdale, 'Minn., aftd Mar riet Beenkeft, Albert le&, Minn.; Arthur ttaag And Mildred Heiat, LtfM B, Cfttsdfi» t&rt&'Gityi and Thomas Litktelg and MatHftt Lemire, Wesley> Mrs Edna Rjcht!er is visiting her grandson and family, Mr and Mrs Alvin Moore at Iowa It's Time for the Big 1959 + FAIR + A big difference of 101 .years marks this year's Kossuth County Pair. That's right . . . Kossuth Is Now Celebrating Its "101st" Fair, and it promises to be the biggest and best everl We invite you to come out to the big fair and en- |oy yourself. While ydu are there, make it a point to stop at our display and let us show you what's -new in the f world of lumber and building supplies, They were John foot races aTid board diving. high and 10w * two From Area Get Degrees At State U. Of la. Two students from Kossuth county received degrees from the State University of Iowa, at .commencement exercises Wednesday evening, August 12, at the? University Fieldhouse at Iowa 'City. John Lodft of rural Fenton received his Master of Science degree in mathematics. John Sanft- ner,•'•' Swea City, received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalisms Londa Kay was born prematurely 2VjL weeks ago 1 in an Iowa Falls hospital and died in a Fort Dodge hospital. - , • Besides her parents, the little girl is survived by her grandparents Mr and Mrs Darrell McFarland, Newton, and Mr and Mrs Fred Davis, Burt, ,and her great- grandparents, Mr and Mrs O. A. Campney, Burt. Man FmedFbr Intoxication In J. P. Court A Bancrofit man, Hans Boderius, was fined $25 and costs in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's' court this, week following a preliminary •hearing, on a charge of intoxication. . Boderius was arrested here by local police. - . //1 Ss'veiral other persons \ also paid- i.fines,' plus.; -costs: •; They, ^wfer' ;;Klasse,' Titohka, ! "$.ld,: | FOR SALE — REAL NICE bedroom bungalow, built-in stove and oven, fine basemenu garage. Possession soon, $15,000 — See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 32 FOR SALE — ROOMY 2 BED- room bungalow, not old, good buy for someone as owner, orders it SOLD — See Joel M. Her,bst or Ted S. Herbst. 32 FOR RENT — UPSTAIRS 2 bedroom apartment. Near public high school. See Joel M, Herbst, Real Estate, over Penney|s. 32 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Slate of Iowa , ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7601 March Term, 1959 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That nn instrument- of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Soren J. Didr-iksen, Deceased, dated August 27, 1957, and a codicil thereto dated March 16, 1959, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 24 day of, August, 1959, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, 'Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, II any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament ot said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 10, 195!). I Alma Pearson . Clerk of the District Court. By Elizabeth Galbraitli, Deputy (32) fur END OF SUMMER A L E SAVE 1 /3 TO 1 / 2 OR MORE ALL SUMMER DRESSES N GREATLY REDUCED OUR LOSS - YOUR GAIN 22 Only Dresses Now ... $2.99 56 Only Dresses Now ... $3.99 31 Only Dresses Now ... $5.99 40 Only Dresses Now ... $6.99 45 Dresses From $7.99 to $15.99 Nationally Advertised Sportswear Greatly Reduced Our Entire Stock of Summer Sportswear Going at Vs to % Off. Nothing Held Back There is plenty of,HOT weather yet to come so do not .miss this BIG SALE of all summer sportswear. SPECIAL BOYS' BR'DCLOTH SPORT SHIRTS Long sleeve printed broadcloth sport shirts. Permanent collar stays. Colored grounds. SIZES 6 TO 18 $ SPECIAL BOYS' JEANS Sanforized blue denim jeans, perfect for school and play, rugged construction, zipper fly front, Sizes 4 to 12. Double Knee. TREMENDOUS VALUE SPECIAL t Boys' Flannel Sport Shirts Long sleeve, wash 'n wear suede flannel shirts in colorful Fall Plaids & Printed Patterns, top stitch collar, one pocket. WE'LL BE THERE, READY TO SHOW YOU ALL THE NEWEST & LATEST IN THESE FINE BUILDING MATERIALS! PETERSEN AUTOMATIC STOCK TANKS SUPER-STRUCTURES LAMINATED RAFTERS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS PELLA FOLDING DOORS & WINDOWS FENCE & POSTS / ASPHALT & RED CEDAR SHINGLES THE FAMOUS NORTON HOG FEEDERS ALL KINDS OF LUMBER MODERN BUILDING MATERIALS PRE-CAST CONCRETE STEPS 1-J3B- Kelley Lumber Co "Our Business Is Building" SEXTON — OTTOSEN — ALGONA Right Next to Milwaukee Depot ALGONA CY 4-4482 ADMINISTRATOR'S Saturday, Aug. 22 - 2 ALGONA, IOWA In order to liquidate and settle the estate of the late Arthur A. Meyer, the following property will be offered and sold at public outcry: DWELLING SIZES 6 TO 18 $ * m**0 a SPECIAL,., Slight Irregulars Girls' Morpul Anklets' vu #A« ^^ ; •>. f' 'i* 1 . f *>' A "•j- f %? ?':!;,*'•' Pr* rl. . *• ' flB^^^Wr * BIG NEW MERCHANDISE SHIPMENT OF "BACK - TO . SCHOOL" APPAREl DON'T FAIL TO "SHOP" ,,. HOUSE, TENANT HOUSE AND GARAGE W one-third Lots 1 & 2 Block 3 Ingham's Addition 516 East Kennedy Street, Algona, Iowa. MERCHANTABLE TITLE - ADMINISTRATOR'S DEED APPROVED BY THE COURT TERMS: 20 CASH ON SALE AND BALANCE SETTLEMENT ALSO AUTOMOBILE CARPENTER TOOLS HOUSE HOLD GOODS-GUNS- AND MISC. PROPERTY! TERMS:— CASH W. H. Meyer, Administrator . " . ^^ •'-••' i — .' . . ':'•. ... - . HENRY MOORE AUCTIONSER SECURITY STATE BANK CLJRK

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