The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1948 · Page 2
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if'' Uppei 1 Be* Maine* Tuesday, July Id, 1948 New Office Af Pioneer THE NEW PIONEER HI-BRE£> Corn Co. office nearing completion and expected ready for occupancy about July 15, is pictured above. The new office is of b\ick construction, and 45x32 feet in size, one story, with no basement. Radiant heat will be used. Contained in the new structure is a shipping room, two offices, and a place for a receptionist. Miss Vera Semon is in charge of the office. Old office space, now located on the second floor of ihe major plant, will be used for expansion of grading equipment. . At present the firm has 28 regular, full-time employees. Herb Hedlund is manager of the local plant. (Algona Newspapers Folo). KOSSUTH COUNTY for Lotts Creek. In the other game of the day, Burt continued its long trek to top of the league as it defeated St. Benedict for the second time this year,,- -8-6. Box Score: Whittemore (0) AB Lane, 2b . ..... ----- - 4 Medin, rf K. C.s And SL Joe Win To Keep Loop Lead in Tie Three homo runs, thrco triples and n double highlighted the Algona K. C. barrage of hits and runs at their new park Sunday as the locals left Whittemore plastered in the dust of the evening shadows with an 18-0 defeat. Nothing quite like it has been scon in these parts for some time. The murderous K. C. attack started when H. Mevers cracked a home run-in the first inning. In the second frame, brothers Bob and Gordie Winkcl blasted out round trippers in rapid succession as K. C.s moved to a 3-0 lead. And then came the terrible third. 8-Run Inning Winters led off with a triple and scored on Ringsdorfs second single of the game. MeMurray sandwiched a double between two fly-outs to center field, scoring Ringsdorf. Gordie Winkel then, singled home MeMurray. Don Meyer, H. Meyers and "Lefty" Long followed with singles and all trotted across home plate when Winters blasted his second triple of the inning. Ringsdorf grabbed his second single of the inning but D. Winkel j'lied out to end the K. C. parade. When passing out laurels, southpaw Don Meyers is, not to lie forgotten. The little lefthand^- er handcuffed Whittemore with one hit. a fluke single 'in the fourth by Lane. He struck out an amaxing 10 batsman. In two innings he whiffed all three batters. In six innings he retired the side in order. Besides, the single, he allowed only one walk and hit one batter. Si. Joe is Winner Scoring 14 less runs but still notching the all important win in the league race. St. Joe kept pace with the K. C's as they nipped Fenton 4-2 in a tight pitchers' battle at Fenton, Sunday. At Lone Rock, the cellar dwelling Lotts Creek team plastered the second defeat in a row on Lone Rock as they edged the Rockers in another close game, 3-1. The defeat moved Lotts Creek into a tie for sixth place and pushed Lone Rock down to fifth place in the standings. Batteries: Lone Rock, McChesney, Walsh pitched, and Long and Long caught, and Leudtke and Wichtendahl went all the way Baas, rf _._ ........ -- 1 Ruhnke, p. _________ - 3 Benschoter, 1C ________ 1 Rooney, cf ____________ 3 Meyer, cf .. .......... - 1 Montag, Ib ..... _____ 3 Kollasch, rf ..... _____ 2 Miller, rf _______ ..... 1 Wichtendahl, 3b, p -.- 2 Elbert, ss ____________ 2 Jergens, ss, p _________ 1 Kisch, c _____________ 2 Fandel, c ____________ 1 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 0 Algona (1?) AB R H. Meyers, ss ________ 52 Long, If _____________ 4 1. Quinn, If ____________ 1 1 Winters, 2b __________ 3 1 White, c _____ ...... — 2 1 Ringsdorf, c --------- 31 Zendcr, 2b _______ --- 1 1 D. Winkel, Ib „. ____ 5 0 MeMurray, rf -------- 54 B. Winkel, <jf _ ....... 32 R. Winter, rf ........ 20 G. Winkel, 3b - ...... . 53 D. Meyer, p ---------- 5 1 L//e Saving Class Opens Senior life saving classes will begin at ihe Algona Municipal Swimming Pobfc Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, and will continue for five weeks. Classes will be held f»6m 7 to 8 p. m. each evening. To be eligible, one must be 16 ar older, and have reasonable proficiencies in swimming. To Open Count Club Bids, July With eomtiletioif of ttte tect's plaits, & call f6? Km fof construction of the hew Alsottt Country Club has been issued by club officials. Bids Will b,e opened Thursday evening, July 22, at the tempor.- ary clubhouse on the new airport site, at 8 p. m. \. There will be a 'bid for general construction, and separate, bids for electrical contracting, and plumbing grid heating, according 44 18 18 Whittemore 00000000 0—0 Algona ____ 1 2820221 x-18 HE'S A MILLION/VIR BUT HE ISN'T WORTH TWO BUCKS, TRUTHS PARADE! ACTUALty WORTH ONLY ABOUT ONE DOLLAR. TWO THIRDS OF THE BODY IS OXYGEN AND HYDROGEN IN THE FORM OF WATER . THE BODY CONTAINS SOME ^VALUABLE .ELEMENTS, BUT IN SMALL QUANTITIES. 10 Stamps given to every customer who clips this ad and brings it into the store, this week only. STAMPS WILL BE GIVEN ON THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE THIS WEEK: MAYTAG DUTCH OVEN GAS STOVE 1000 Stamps FRIGIDAIRE 52-GAL. WATER HEATER (with Double Heating Element) 1000 Stamps IOWA CREAM SEPARATOR-1000 LB. CAP. 800 Stamps LAWN-O-MATIC POWER DRIVEN MOWER 750 Stamps SCOTT-ATWATER 7 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTOR 900 Stamps HAMILTON-BEACH TANK-TYPE SWEEPER 900 Stamps BENDIX 6-TUBE RADIO-IVORY 200 Stamps - FARNSWORTH 14-TUBE RADIO COMBINATION 1000 Stamps— COliMAN AUTOMATIC OIL WATER HEATER 750 Stamps CRILLY APPLIANCES Fenton Junior Legion Nine To District Finals. Fcnton's surprising Junior Legion baseball crew broke out I with a barrage of runs in the I first two innings and coasted to a 19-6 victory over Lake Mills in the finals of the north half district tourney, last Thursday afternoon at the new K. C. diamond. It was the sensational swatting of third baseman Vic Dreyer that gave Fenton the decisive punch. In the initial frame with two man aboard, Vic slammed a long home run drive down ' the left field line td-'pu't- the colinty soys in the lead. In the second inning, an error by H. Thompson gave the Fenlon stalwarts two more runs. Thompson will be remembered by many Algona fans as ihe Forest Cily lad who spread so much woe against Algona in ihe sub- state basketball finals this year. Fenton added single runs in the third and fourth stanzas to close their scoring for the day. In the fourth, it was the amazing Dreyer who blasted in his llth run of the tourney by homering again. Lake Mills made 1 one final bid for victory in the sixth. Two Fenton errors coupled with four tingles gave the Lakers five runs but a strike-out ended the inning. Fenton moves on to the district finals at Humboldt and a possible crack at the state tournament. Box Score Fenton (9) AB R H Mitchell, s.> 4 1 1 Dudding, c 4 Downs, If 5 Dreyer, 3 4 Andersoni cf 4 Elmers, 2b 3 Eruns, Ib 3 Sigler, ri" 4 Gannon, p 3 PHONi 399 HARIAN AND STATE 33 Lake Mills (6) AB Larson, ii' 4 L. Tweed, ss 4 G. Thompson p 4 H. Thompson, 3b 2 Holten, Ib 3 Smith, cf -. 3 Colgoarcl, 2b 2 E. Thompson, c 3 H. Tw<-w.l, If 3 0 2 3 1 1 0 1 0 9 R 1 1 1 • 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 10 H 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 2!! 0 4 Ayrshire Show Held Last Week A first annual northwest Iowa show was held Thursday at the Kossuth fair grounds here. Thirty-one head of animals where shown by ten breeders in this part of the state. Buster Lynes of Plainfield, la., was the judge. The grand champion bull was shown by Hugh Black of Algona and the grand champion cow by D. C. Stevenson of Riccville. Winners at Thursday's show will be exhibited at the AH-Iowa fair at Cedar Rapids, Aug. "15-24. Exhibitors here last week brought their families and all had a picnic dinner at noon. Place for next year's show was not decided upon but it will be in one of th,e larger towns in this area. to John, Haggard* the club.; president of It is hoped that the bids Will be such (hat 1 construction can begin in the near future, and the clubhouse completed sometime this fall and in time for fall and winter activity. While Mr, snci Mrs, Dart Mel- Fon were vacationing at the Oko* bojis recently, they had as guests for a day Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Huxtable and Mn and Mrs. C. U. Pollard. VAW. Sfrellacks 1 Armstfoeg, 12-6, to feitfer teogtit • the Algofta V. 9. W,, teem fbund ,lhe door id the , victory trail openr Sunday, aftd walked in with a 12-5 triumph- over a stubborn Armstrong team at Arm" strong. The victory^ was the first in three starts for the Vets.- it was a tight game up to" th§ seventh inning, Bach club had tallied three runs 1ft the fifst Itt- rti'ftg. Three hits, fr Walk atld |tt eftor accounted for the Armstrong runs, The vets'- runs were all unearned. """ With the count knotted at (5 all in the seventh, Algona broke the ice. D, Skilling opened the frame with a single and later scored on one of Pitcher Voight's Sf tt *.k.'u^ ' TIMEOUT! ' FRIESNER'S SPORTS GENTEft High School Job Barbara Platt resumed work Monday, July 12, at the high school business office following a two weeks vacation, part which was spent at Kansas Cj Betty Wallukait, also emploj at the same office, stgrte4 , two "weefts vacation Monday. "How long will it be before I can began' talking by to my wife?" "j,*. -'._.' Vacation daze in full swing — and sports are the order of the day. Where do you find, everything in the sports equipment world to make these fun-days real top days? Why, at Friesner's — where top-notch sports equipment is always coming in new and fresh. Come in and browse around — and talk your favorite '•.•afearlsyj ^ -. ,*.. . *. ...... L, *. .f ".' S - '«••»»* ** »<' Friesner's Sports Center j, , , *.*._.* VolenUHey, Sb. ......i- !>• B. D. Mekthann, ss ----- 6 _. JfefflBig, 2b 5 W. Vdlght, ff _.„.„*_* S J> Bait, c ^»—«.,.._.„* 4 V! Velght; p*l"ll!ll! 5 I ' A* S3 — . f — 6 .. —I- 4..... 4 D. Andersefi, Di Cronk, rf Steven's, 2fe . __. , _. four hits. The local's put the D. ftelso'a,"'P game/in the bag in the next hv-'Sabin, ' EricksoH," If -.L.-i.*. 4 C. Anderson, c ^.—... 4 M. Grditk, Ib, .—.^.. 3. 4 <Uu 12 M i i i o 1 eiftt game with fi6t ai Hilmbdfcd dav a* Saiutday, fits eafnevwaft „-„.-—= . aoheduled for Iflsl Satufday feu* a 0foiftt* t -ifl4h«* Qtlttd Junction t ftjurftSy delayed ihe limit unill Sunday. > ~ Feniott has a warm-up f ame with fisihefVille "at i30 p> m, oh Wednesday at Fenton. -._ ' fy ^ ^ • '* 0, 0 WANT ADS BHlNO KKSULTS. NOW-AT PEROVAL'S-GET THAT SPECIAL VACATION CHECK-UP i j> Cities Service SPORTSCAST SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS W Percival ____________________ 5 Halls —. ________________ —4 Sargents __________________ 3 Farm Bureau -------------- r---r-2 L* 0 0 1 1 JayCees _____ ________ --ff-- 2 2 Kirk _________________ ^i__2 3 Nat'l Guard ___________ '_____2 3 Lions ______ - _____ L_______l 4 V.F.W ______________ - ------ 1 4 Weidenhoff _ __________ 7----° 4 Last Week Scores League Percival defeated Farm Bureau JayCees defeated Lions In'ternational defeated Lions OTHER GAMES Sargents defeated Plover 11*8 THIS WEEKS SCHEDULE * July 12-Nat'l Guard vs.. Percival Sargent vs, Farm Bureau July 14-VFW vs. JayCees Weidenhoff vs. Kirk July 16— Sargent vs. Pet. 1000 JOOO .750 .667 - 500 .400 .400 .200 ;200 - 000 Highlights e f The Week. Percival defeating Farm Bureau team and removing the Farm Bureau from a three way for first place. Geilenfeld of Sprgents hit a hemerun in the last half of the seventh inning to tie Plover. Stevens folJowf d with a hpme run With two men on, to win the ball game. This new weekly feature if sponwed by ROY HUTZELL ^^<A£S«S good advice! and here is more good advice: • Asleep or awake, if your front wheels are in bad alignmentj,you are running a terrible risk on the highways. Make sure of this important point by drivjng in to Percivals. See why below. • A car motor that is all out. of. kilter—missing, fussing and fretting generally— is something that quickly spoils your vacation travel. Our expert mechanics in motor tune-up can put on those razor-edge adjustments that take you there with smooth power'. • : • Faulty and incomplete lubrication is a. sure source of car trouble.. We pride ourselves in this important car maintenance work! ' • A bumper to bumper check on your, car—covering all mechanical details- should be a must before any extended vacation travel. Let us do' such a job for you speedily and efficiently. ^ te^'-tf, UNEUP with BEAR Are Bear Wheel Alignment Experts Percival Motors i» exclusive representative for the nationally- famous. BEAR method of whef \ ottn.iunent and balancing. We have a tpeciai Beer rack on which the closest scientific wheel adjustments can be made. Drive inland drive out with peace of mind! " • <f 4 I

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