Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1967
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Algona loses 1st game, 10-8 Meyer belts in seven runs with 3 hits TH Y, JULY 4, Lots of fish Algona high school found their 13th straight baseball victory was still a game away Monday night. The Bulldog* (petted Hampton high school 10 runs in the third inning and played catch up — almost. Even the big bat of Reg Meyer couldn't turn the tide at the locals dropped their first game of the season 10-8 in a North Centre! Conference game. Algona is now 9-1 in the conference with three games to go. They still have a two- game lead over Iowa Falls, who lost 3-2 to Clarion last week. The Bulldogs played at LuVerne Wednesday and then have a doublchcader with Webster City here Friday — two five-inning games. MEYER was the big gun for the Bulldogs Monday. The junior third baseman from Whittemorc brought home Algona's first three runs in the third with a 400-foot home run with two on. He rapped a single through the hole in the fourth to bring one of two runs home in that inning. It was 10-5 at that point. Thirty cars were at the Kos- Meycr came up again in the suth Speedway Friday evening sixth with the bases loaded for the Mid Season Champion- and belted a three-run triple s"'P race, and Algona racer to give him seven^RBI's for Gene Schattschneider proved Ninkel twirls 4-hitterin 8-0 victory Garrigan high School got back to the .500 mark Mon- iMKfcfc Algona tisnermen report that fishing is "excellent" at Lake of the Woods, Canada. The men, from left, Bob Riedel, Phil Ballard, and "Bud" Briggs, flew north June 30 and returned July 2 with their limit of two- pound walleyes caught in the Canadian waters. They stayed at Ballard's resort which is owned by Phil's brother, Keith, who is originally from West Bend. SchaHschneider wins 3 firsts Friday the night. Unluckily, he didn't get another chance when Algona had all three men struck out in the seventh to end it. Hampton unloaded on starter Dale Pedersen and relief- er Dave Roeber with 10 runs in the third inning. That's the only frame the visitors dented the scoring column in but they did it with eight solid hits and were helped by five Algona errors and two walks. Roeber gave up the final two hits before putting out the fire and holding the visitors scoreless the" rest of the way until Espe mopped up in the final inning. ALGONA (8) Espe, cf.-p. . Claude, 2b. Meyer, 3b. _. _. Taylor, rf. Pedersen, p-lb. Barr, ss. Farnham, If. Boldridge, If. Jones, Ib. . .. Roeber, p. Hagen, c. TOTALS Score by innings Hampton 00(10) 000 0 10 10 2 Algona 00 3 203 0 8 7 ab .. 2 .. 3 .. 4 - 4 2 -- 3 2 2 .. 1 2 . . 3 -.28 B* r 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 o. 1 2 8 R H h 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 E to be tops by winning every race he was in. There were numerous spin- outs with a bad one by Butch Householder who rolled his car on the number two corner. He was unhurt in the accident. Full racing results were as follows: Trophy dash, Gene Schattschneider, Algona; first heat, Gene Schattschneider; second heat, Carl VanderWal, Ames; third heat, Dany Rueth, Ames; semi-main," Earl Tice, Ames; main, first place, Gene Schattschneider; main, second place, Del Stocke, of Ames; and main, third' place, Dany Rueth. It was announced that next week there will be a "Demolition Derby" along with the room Thursday, July 6. Program by Mrs. Anton Didriksen. The church Music Workshop of the Methodist church will be held July 9, 10 and 11 at Morningside college, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and David and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, of Humboldt, entertained at their cottage at Lake Okoboji last weekend. Guests were Mrs. Florence Bowers of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goetsch of Cedar Falls, Arlie Goetsch and Diane Smith, of LuVerne,-Mr. and Mrs. Howard McGrady of Callendar, Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam joined them for Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and Mr. and Mrs. William Funk were supper guests last week Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch at Humboldt. They had been Al- gonans but moved to Humboldt in May. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding are being visited by their sed a four-hit shutout at metsburg high school in a game played on the Cylinder diamond. Coach Steve MeCall's club I* new 64. They were to have met Brlft there Wednesday night end then finished their reguler ichedule again*t Burt here Friday night at I p.m. Garrigan unloaded nine hits in the game including Joe Becker's solo home run in the third inning and Jack Muller's two-run triple in the first. This was all the cushion Winkel needed as he coasted to the win. Garrigan added a run in the sixth on a walk and single by Kevin O'Brien and then cracked five hits in the seventh for four counters. WINKEL contributed two hits to his cause and Becker, Muller and O'Brien also, had two safeties. Muller now leads the Bears in hitting with 14 hits in 36 times at bat for a .377 average. GARRIGAN (8) eb Winkel, p 4 Becker, ss. 4 J. Muller, Ib. 4 Mertz, If. 1 Lallier, If 2 Elbert, cf.—J 3 McGuire, ph. 0 O'Brien, rf. 4 Froehlich, 2b."____ 2 Courtney, 2b. 2 Black, 3b. 3 Nugent, c. 3 Score by Inning* Garrigan Em'burg 102 001 4 8 000 000 Q 0 r 2 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 R H 8 9 0 4 h 2 2 2 0 0 0 o 2 0 0 0 1 E 1 3 LOCALS Three Algona boys competed in Waterloo » wrestling; tourney Three Algona high school varsity wrestlers last year participated in an open freestyle tournament at Waterloo Friday and Saturday of last week. There were many outstanding high school wrestlers from throughout the state in this meet, which was strictly an individual affair. Don Camp, Bruce Bennett and Phil Bode from Algona took part in the event, with Camp and Bode finishing second in their respective weight classes. Bennett won two and lost two in the 165-lb. class. In all, the three won 11 of 15 matches. Dave Martin, who served as coach for the boys, and Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Benson, accompanied them to Waterloo. Friday evening stock car pro- granddaughters Georgia and gram at the Kossuth Speed- Connie Reding, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reding respectively of Phoenix, Ariz. They will be here several weeks and will visit with Whittemore relatives and others in the area. Mr. and Mrs. Paul James have had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis and Mrs, Rea Hutchison, of Waterloo. Mrs. J. B. Asa has had gall bladder surgery at Rochester, Minn., and is making good recovery. Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster and her sister Mrs. Jean Wadsworth have been visited by their nephew Dr. James Bush- ncll, wife and little son Jimmie, of Birmingham, Ala. Dr. Bushnell's father Archie will be well remembered. Dr. Bushnell was enroute to Jackson Hole, Wyo., to attend a medical meeting and will go from there to Yellowstone Park and a few more western points as a concluron to a vacation. He has made arrangements for a week's stay at Templar Park, Spirit Lake, for his aunts and they will be there over the Fourth. Mr, and Mrs. Clair Blossom had as guests a few days last week the former's brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. som. . The, Hieti house eh the corner of West College and Hall streets has been sold to a couple who will be moving here from Blue Earth, Minn, ww |an Mr. end Mr*. Marc Moore have returned from Columbus, Wis., where they visited with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dean and attended the graduation of their granddaughter Mr. and Mr*. AMn Kramer •fid family spent July 4 with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson, parents of Mrs, Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Nasby went to Jackson, Minn, in the lite afternoon July 4 and •pent a few hours with their son John and Mrs. Nasby's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg. Rev. and Mr*. Knute Orton are back in the United States on a furlough of a year. They are in the missionary field at Campeil, Africa and have been house father and mother to a group of children whose parents are at various missionary posts and unable to have their families' with them. They have visited with-Knute's brothers and sisters-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Web Orton and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Orton at Marshalltown and at Mason City with his brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Abernathy. They also will see the mother Mrs. Clark Orton at Terre Haute, Ind. During the month of July Rev. and Mrs. Orton are at the Baptist camp at Clear Lake. Mrs. Abernathy is recovering from recent major surgery: Many thank* to Frank Smith who donated his taxi sendee July 4 to the Good Samaritan Homes in transferring them back and forth to the picnic held on the south lawn of the older Home. It was a splendid gesture of good will and thoughtfulness, and is greatly appreciated by the management and all the passengers. Mrs. Ahrin McMurray had as dinner guests Sunday''her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith of Bode. Mrs. Donald Christensen, Algona, is being visited by her daughter, Mrs. Robert Fandel and two children from Santa Ana, Calif. They arrived Sunday and are planning an extended visit. MOVING TO MINNESOTA Mrs. Duane Riley entertained a group of neighbor women at a farewell coffee last week for Mrs. Ed Crawford who is moving to St. Cloud, Minn. Guests who enjoyed the Thursday evening courtesy were Mrs. Mabel Lee, Mrs. Howard Stillman, Mrs. James Brophy, Mrs. August Elbert, Mrs. Don Frideres, Mrs. Mike Heiderscheidt, Mrs. Charles Hanson, Mrs. Earl Aldrich, Mrs. Clarence Hunt, Mrs. Loren Nelson and Mrs. John Diekmann. HOMEMAKERS MEET The Plum Creek Homemakers The Cooke family reunion Was held at Iowa Lake Sunday July 2, with 49 present. Attending were the H. V. Cookes, Harry Cookes, Bill Cur- 5 rys, Lynn Curry, and Louise Moore, Emmetsburg; Donald Beddows and Jack Beddows, Chester; Clarence Cookes, of Lime Springs; Larry Krafts, Renwick; Richard Steil and Karen Cooke, Humboldt; John Klatts and Sandi Cooke, Melvin, Iowa; Dale Cooke and Monica Aune, Sioux Falls; the Kenneth Shyrocks, Graettinger; Don Stavers, Fort Dodge; and the Walter Petersons, of Algona. The Vance Cookes, of Emmetsburg, were unable to attend as their daughter Charlene was still hospitalized with a broken leg suffered while playing ball, at the Bill Currie residence June 28th. Mrs. Lee Lawson, Mr*. Thelma Tschetter and Trudy Bartholomew are serving as counselors at Freshman Camp Lake Okoboji this week. The Methodist WSCS general meeting will be held at 9:30 in the church dining Holy Family School of Nurs- freda clark Roll call was an . ing, June 30 at Monitowac, swered by Summer Plans. Mary will remain to The lesson was by Lucille nurse at the hospital. Enroute Montgomery who gave a talk home the Moores stopped at an d demonstration of various Waterloo to see Mrs. Moore's hobbies. Leader was Norma brother-in-law and sister Mr. p ae tz and Inspiration by Rosand Mrs Max Halpin and at anne Schmit. Twenty-four Iowa Falls to visit with their members and one guest were son-in-law and daughter Mr. present and Mrs. Wayne Ford. Mr. and Mr*. Hen* Johannsen have been here from Waverly visiting the former's brother Henry and at Whittemore with his brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pertl. The Johannsens are well known former Algo- 'nans and Hans was for many years associated with the Model clothing store. When he and his wife moved to Waverly he went into business for himself. He is now retired and the son has taken over the business. Mr. and Mr*. Alden McAdams spent Saturday at Clear Lake with the son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Banning in their cottage. Mr. A 4th of July fitherjni of friends was held it Everett Ackenon'i. • '••£ V ' thi Dttine Price*, Harj>ld Prices, Orvttie Wetfindl, We* toy, and Ouiiie Vaudtt For •it City, Ind Don MUeels, Clarion, were Sunday / (Uesti it George • Oster , camp's. . '..'•: , LITTIR TO EDITOR ';•*' ! Dew Sir: ' \ • j •• We the members oi the, Union Township Mothers and Daughters Club wish to thank you for the fine printing\you. hive given our club newf ,this put year. : ''-j Sincerely, y Julia Taylor, • publicity secretary. E woldt-Meyer vows Whittemore — Myrna Elaine Ewoldt, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Ewoldt, Whittemore, and Gerald Lee Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Whittemore, exchanged nuptial vows Saturday, June 17 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Whittemore. The Rev. W. C. Ostermeier, of Peace Lutheran church, West Bend, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Rueben Butzke, church organist, accompanied Mrs. Norman Barber, sister of the bride, Algona, soloist. Mrs. John Christensen, Whittemore, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Tom Meyer, Cylinder, sister-in-law of the groom, and Cheryl Harr, Emmetsburg, were bridesmaids. Tom Meyer attended his brother as best man, and Ivan Lauck, West Bend, and Eugene Lieb, Lotts Creek, cousins of the groom, were groomsmen. Ushers were Dale Meyer and Norman Barber. A reception was held in St. Paul's Lutheran gymnasium for 250 relatives and friends, with a luncheon being served. . '.." ] Guests were from Algona, Whittemore, Emmeltsburg, , West Bend, Rodman, Humboldt, U>tts ;; Creek, Pauljina,, New Hamptpn., .Garner,, mont, 'Lori'e"Rock'; Dav 'Lakota, arid''Cylinder. , He graduated, from' th'e Rodman high school and is employed with the Whittemore Co-op Elevator. 'She graduated from the Algona high school and is employed with the H. R. Zumach and Sons Market. They left for a week's vacation in the Black Hills and will live in the home the groom purchased in early spring on the south side of Whittemore. MEETING TODAY The general meeting of the United Presbyterian Women will be held July 6. This is Medical Missions Family night and the meeting will be held at 8 p.m. Mrs. Ethel Colwell will give the devotions, with music by Mrs. Joseph Skow and serving will be in charge of the executive board. We are authorised dealers for Herford, To* Teh and Circle Y saddles. Large selection of new and uied •eddies. Complete line of tack. Women's and children's •quaw beet* end moccadnsi, Western belt*, buckle*, ties' and billfolds. Trophies ana 1 engraving. Leather repair.! We Trade — We need use* •addle* end gun*. ( ! KAUTZkTS Fort Dodge, Iowa i ! PLAY IT SAFE...BE SURE THAT is .^^B. ^_^_ *" *^ ^^ » • ^P> • • ^—' • ^%. »-». ^^^ IS ON THE JOB We'll Cover Your Car, Fully I IIIHIIIIMHMIHIHIIIIIHIIHH DATE SQUARE DANCE Ledyerd — The Farmers and Charmers will have a square dance at the Ledyard town park July 12. George Booth, Fairmont, will be the caller. All area dancers and spectators are welcome. OPEN HOUSE SHOWER Ledyard — There will be an open house bridal shower for Phyllis Wallentine, daughter of the Ted Wallentines, Lakota, Friday, July 7 at 8 p.m. at the Parish Hall of St. Lakota. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No other invitations were sent. She will marry Loren Wibben^;,son - of Mrs. Irene Wibben and the late John Wibben, Elmore, later this month. In case of accident, our Auto Insurance protects against financial loss, covers everything from repairs to personal liability. ; I i Blossom Insurance Agency "2 109 N. Dodge Algona, Iowa Ph. 295-2735 Sjl^ffl^SM^ M^'SZXS FaulS returned Wednesday form a few days at Minneapolis. Open 9 'til 5 daily—'til 9 Friday* Algona, la. SUPER STOCK CAR RACING Frssh-Sopln wl* first The Algona fresh-soph baseball team won its first game of the summer season after four straight losses by edging Twin River? at Livermore Monday afternoon, 2-0. Dave Lowman pitched i one-hitter as Algona scored single runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Three walks and an error got a run in the fifth and three nits in the sixth produced the final tally. The BulJpup* are scheduled to meet Clear l*ke here on Thursday in § regular game and then have two make-up contests. Friday Night, July 7th Demolition Derby on the Program TIME THAIS 1:30 Mi FUST IACE 9P.M. 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