Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1966 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1966
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Little League New innovation for "PeeWees" will be used The Algona Little League pro gram will begin Monday, June 13, it was announced this week. There will bs an eight-week season with a one-week break during, the wegk of July 4 for make-up games. Again there will be four leagues with boys from grades three through freshman next year participating. Miles Sloniker reported this week there is still a definita need for umpires and coaches and any men interested in helping out in the program, either as a coach or umpire, should contact himself or Art Olson, who will again supervise the program. One new innovation has baen added this year. To get more action in the "PeeWes" League, they will play "T" ball this year. There is no pitcher in this game but rather an adjustable stand, partly made of rubber, which is used to place the ball on. It is adjustable for different heights. The youngster hits the ball from this stand and thus thr/re are no walks but more action for fielders. FOLLOWING ARE the rosters of the teams in the four leagues: , NATIONAL LEAGUE Dodgers — Douglas Shillington, Chuck Farrell, Rick McVay, Jackie Schoby, Roger Atherton, Howard Rancy, Stephen Skilling, Gene Hunt, Dennis Payne, Lance Mueller, Mark Elbert, George Hix, Ronnie Monson. Reds — Dennis Lentsch, Stephen Goecke, Daryl Nelson, Dick Haag, Patrick Woods, Walter Bradley, Terry Alt, John Durant, Bob Hansen, Jim Haag, Craig Lemkee, Denis Mains. Cards — Daniel Arend, Lynn Burns, J. C. Kain, Gary Walker, Lloyd Brandt, Mike Moulton, ,Jim Cubit, Steven Bristpw, Tho•ma's 'Muller, torn McEnroe, Allen Taylor, Rick Kuhn. Phillies — Callen Carson, Mickey Anderson, Randy Warner, John Pittman, Theodore Chrischilles, Steven Ottoson Timothy McCarthy, Jeff Higgs, Richard Bilyeu, Ron Chamberlain, Randy Smith, Scott Voyles, Tom Burt. Braves — Randy Ferden, Daniel Carlson, Howie Clegg, Thomas Mpa II, Steve Jones, Jos Bestenlehner, Timothy Lucey, Michael Cooper, Matt Reilly, Ricci Frambach, Doug Allen, Danny Struecker, Rex Post. Pirates — Allen. Bennett, Billy Winter, Danny Ruhnke, Paul Ostwinkle, Bill Foth, Jeff Zeigler. Gary Kunkel, Ronnie Eischen, Joseph Zittritsoh, Arvin Holldorf, Gilbert Wildin, Mark Will. AMERICAN LEAGUE White Sox — Joseph Straub, Ricky Petersen, Mark Harris, Van Tielebein, Mark Myers, Randy Skilling, Bob Farrell, Steve Farrell, Joel Sindelar, Mi- ohael Bircj, Chuck Bell, Lane Treganza, Kevin Hensley, Mike Lierley, Charles Harmon. Twins — Kevin Ballard, David Danielsen, Steven Hutzell Ricky Ringsdorf, Mike Diamond. Chuck Reding, Kevin Shaw. Randy Stalzer, Bruce Briggs Tim Plaehn, Mitch Kleingartner, Michael Burris, Tom Easter, Donald Elbert, Jim Monson. Orioles — Patrick Murphy, John Kunkle, Stephen Ostwin- kle, Gordon Schenck, Dean Kern, Bill Boudewyns, Tim Me Enroe, John Robinson, Gary Garman, Mark Mor.tag, Randy Buscher, Steven Arend, James Cassel, Steven Schneider, Tim Lighter. Angels — Kevin Knoer, John Peterson, Robert Cordero, Lonny Carlson, Steve Harris, Pat Cooper, Dennis Peterson, Harold Bestenlehner, Thomas Kajewski, Jerry Buscher, Kris Meyer, Brian Will, Steve Sheakley, Paul Martin, Terry Bilyeu. Yankees — Brian Thilges, Joel Higgs, Neal Friedrich, Tom Kolp, Jeff Merryman, Kurtz Ly(le, Mark Kinsman, Kevin Owens, Nicki Decker, Mike Koob, diet Black, Larry Grosn, Dave Ohrischilles, Jim Kirkland. Inditnf — Kyle Schattschneider, Miebael Von Bank, Darrell Steyen, Mike McGinnis, Marlen Harris, Bill Bernardo, Terry H,aU4orf, Joey Bernardo, Dm- opens here June 13 i,r i » •, our 'gpir- clubs and Sp£eq/yy*|x every Fr id^irt 2-ALGONA flowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1946 ght Coleman, Elaine Meyer, Erman Hansen, Dan, Black, Rodney Zittritsch, Allen Ulfers, Tim Zittritsch. Tigers — Patrick Esser, Eduardo Franco, Kent Handel, David Zumach, Tony Woods, David Shillington, Gordon Hentges, Tim McGuire, Gary Helmers, David Bowman, Nicholas Kramer, Ricky Kramer, Robert Thompson, Tommy Kinseth, Bill Smith. SENIOR LEAGUE Giants — Joe Sires, Frank Black, Phil McCarthy, Michael Schneider, Kenneth Friedrich, Steve Kern, Craig Carson, John Chriscjiilje,s r . Mark , Ojsop, Neil Anderson,' Gary" Hageri, Wayne Pedersen. Astros — Bruce Johnson, Don Sindelar, Steve Armstrong, Michael Skilling, Bill Nugent, Jo3 Goecke, Carl Klatt, Pat Nugent. Randy Studer, Rob Claude, Bruce Marshall, Steve Mueller. Cubs — Micheal Woods, Paul Garman, Dan McGuire, Mark Reilly, Chuck Cassel, Larry Samp, Louis Weber, John Di mond, Chris Reilly, Denny Petersen, Steve Willrett, Jack Waller, Darrell Miller. '• Senators — Neal O'Brien, Bob Stillman, Niel Leek, Dan Smith, Joseph Courtney, Dave Ludwlg, Mark Nichals, Duane Hunt, Mike Devine, Wayne Taylor, Gary Gade, Tim Bowman, Richard Harms. ' PEE WEE LEAGUE Mets — Jerold Bennett, Ricky Buscher, Donald McGuire, Steve Winkel, Tony Forbes, Steven Reynolds, John Eller III, James McEnroe, Matthew Cotten, Bill Black, Rodney Brass, Michael Zumach, Kim Hinders. Athletics — Brett Benson, Kevin Jordan, Jim Cooper, Jim Martin, Brian Friedrich, Bret Meyer, Craig Mawdsley, Bruce Knudsen, Dirk Schafer, Tommy Detrick, Eric Wiltgen. Red Sox — William Walker, Ar- 'on Struecker, Bruc-a Mo3, Jack Limbaugh, Mike Householder, Robbie Meine, Craig Summers, Darrell Coleman, Mike Walker, Randy Meine, Ray Abbas, Robert Foth. Colts — David Thilges, Jerry Buscher, Richard Goecke, Timothy Joens, Steve Mertz, Mark Bishop, Josl Dahlgren, Mark Payne, David Elbsrt, Charles Hanson, Dar Downs. Bulldogs win, 14-5 Travel to Burl, Webster City this weekend Algona high school exploded for nine runs in the fourjhujn,; ning to open its summer season with a resounding'14-2 win over Twin Rivers high school here last Friday. The Bulldogs play their second game at Burt this evening beginning at 6:30 p.m. qnd then travel to Webster City Friday in the opening North Central Conference game. The Bulldogs broke up a 1-1 game with nine big runs in the fourth inning on four hits, three errors and three walks. Gary Barr rapped a bases loaded single to drive in two runs to break the- tie and Algona continued on to score seven more runs. Dave Martin added frosting on the cake in the sixth with a three-run homer. Last year's batting champion and MVP, sophomore Roger Meyer, belted two triples. He batted .403 last year as a freshman. CRAIG ESPE went all the way for Algona and although he was wild throughout, was tough in the clutches. He walked seven men and hit three others but despite this wildness and four hits, allowed just two runs. Espe struck- out 10 men along the way. Martin scored three of the Algona runs as did Tom Claude and both got two hits. ALGONA (14) ab r h Martin, c. _______ 4 3 2 Teeter, ss. 410 Meyer, 3b. •„.:.__ 5 1 2 Scobba, If. 400 Claude, 2b. 332 Bill Farnham, Ib. __ 1 1 o Boldridge, rf. ______ 110 Barr, cf. 211 Espe, p. •_• 22 0 Peterson, ph. 100 R. Barr, ph. 000 Jones, ph. .._ 100 Bob Farnham, ph. .... 100 Hagen, ph. 010 TOTALS 2? 14 7 TWIN RIVERS (2) ab r Collins, cf. _________ 400 Logue, rf. ---------- 411 Stiltz, 3b. __., ______ 200 Halsrud, If. _ ________ 1 1 0 Anderson, Ib. ______ 3 0 ,2 Christensen, c. ____ 3 0' 1 Bergum, 2b. ____ __ __ 1 00 Jacobson, ss. _____ __ 3 00 DeGrotte, p. ______ 2 0 0 TOTALS _______ 23 24 Score by Innings ' FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES EVERY SUNDAY NH5HT 9 P.M. Rain Postponement — Races Will Be Held Following Friday Night FEATURING Tbi Midwest's 'Newest' aid fastest' 1/2 Mill High Banked Race Trick MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. Algona _::•: ______ : 010 913 x— 14 Mason Cityan wins feature in stock car races A crowd of 1200 attended : the opening stock car races of the season at the Kossuth Speedway track at the fairgrounds Frida'y night. And they saw some good ones, too. Ted Zieman, Mason City, driving No. 24, copped the feature "A" event and won the 20-lap event over Gene Schiattschneider of Algona. Richard ; Simpson of Wesley was third. S; : . ;' f In the drawing for 'the free car, Joal Chipman of Burt was the winner ( Special story and picture elsewhere in today's Advance). ; First Heat (10 laps) — Ted Zieman (No. 24), Mason City, first; Don Doocy (No. 2), Bancroft, second; Don Hilbert (No, 14), Algona, third; Lester Frieden (No. 71), West Bend, fourth. Second Heat (10 laps) — Gene Schattschneider (No. 56), Algona, first; Jim Edgington (No. 65), Algona, second; Willie Kliiss (No. 555), Clarion, third; Richard Simpson (No. 55), Wesle.y, fourth. Trophy Dash (10 laps) — Hil- bert, first; Schattschneider, second; Zieman, third; Doocy, fourth. "B" Feature (16 laps) — Simpson, first; Dennis Hovings (No. 14X), Laurens, second; Paul We.- lander (No. 99X), Pomeroy, 3rd; Roy Peltz (No. 90), Humboldt, fourth. "A" Feature (20 laps).— :Zieman, .first: .Schattschneider, sec- Wading pool, Arts & Crafts to open soon The wading pool at the old athletic park will open for the season Monday, June 6, it was announced this week by Madonna Skogstrom. Age limit is up to 9 years and it will be open from 1 until 5 p.m. It was also announced that the city Arts & Crafts program will begin Monday, June 20, under the leadership of Elaine Bruch and Judi Parrott, assisted by the Girl Scouts. The program will be held at the high school gym. Pupils will be expected to use the southeast entrance. This year's age limit is 3-9 years and hours will be from 9 until 11:15 a.m. every week day for six weeks. There is 'g. fee of 5c per day. Whittemore learn joins League Another Little League team was added to the Senior League in Algona action this summer with a club from Whittemore being organized. Coached by Milton Espe and Bert Seely, the team will have the following players: Kent Espe, Roger Faulstich, Gary Grimes, Wayne Han- DON'T MISS STOCK GAR RACING Friday, June 3rd KOSSUTH "SPEEDWAY YOU MAY WIN A 25°° Savings Bond FROM THE SECURITY STATE BANK JUST BY BEING IN THE,GRANDSTAND KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY ALGONA, IOWA nover, Randy Lauck, Ronald Medin, Mike Miller, Barry Ostwald, Kirk Schuller, David Schwint, Ken Seely and Robert Zinnel. Fenton church school next Monday Pcnton — The Fenton Methodist church will begin its summer schedule June 5 with church school at 8:30 a.m. follo-.ved by worship at 9:30 a.m. This schedule will continue through June, July and August. Vacation church school will begin, at 9:30 a.m. June 6 and will run until 2:30 p.m. with lunch bsing from 12 to 12:30. There will be open house June 10, at 1:30 p.m. The students are to bring 25c for milk for the weak and also a sack lunch each day. The offerings taken each day will go to the CROP milk fund. Kindergarten children will need a rug with name on; 1st and 2nd graders, pencils and crayons; and 3rd graders up, pencils and Bibles. Teachers will be Elaine Schlei, Gladys Lura, Teresa Voigt, Dort Ranney, Randa Hansen, Lorene Reimers and Renee Douglas. 48 ARE GRADUATED Graduation exercises were conducted last weekend for 48 seniors at Sentral high, school. Kathryn Ditsworth, daughter of the Clayton Ditsworths, was presented the Citizenship certificate for outstanding citizenship during her high school career. John Luedtke, son of the Rueben Luedtkes, was the salutatorian of the class with a 3.25 grade point average. Valedictorian was .Janet Hammerstrom with a grade point average of 3.666. Mildred Neilson, Albert Lsa, Minn. About fifty friends and relatives from the Fenton area also attended. Guests'Monday of the Arnold Hantelmans for Allen's pradui- tion were the Eldon Hantel- mans, Laurence Hantelmans, Swea City, Olaf Norlands, Cylinder, Larry Buschers, Algona, Dr. J. R. Waites, Dr. J. T. Wai- t-ps, Nornrm Bellingers. Jean Kunkel, Ateona, Kathy Hfms<vi. P'rigstod, 'Jim Suride aiid Bill" Hassel. Guests of the Harold EimTS for Perry's graduation were the Rev. 'Spicers, Janet .Hanvner- strom. Joni Binder. Ayrshire, the Gus Krpuses. the -William E'.mers, Harlsn E'lri^rs, H^tns Hansens. Barbara Cbb3U,?h, the Walter"Jentzes; Ed "Mitchell, the Hugo Mittags. Webb, James Wf't.7,°.s and Gl Q nn Flints. Monday guests of the Elmer Grienerts for Ted's graduation w n re the Claud? Seslys. M'lvin Alts, Burt, William Doddses, Jim Doddses, Dean Doddses, Llovd Bleckwenns, Joe Kol- lasches, Louie Grienerts. Fred Grienerts, Edwin Grienerts, Lyndon Kerbers, Mrs. Lucille Frink and Colleen. Norbert Z maeh and Tillie Grienert. TUXEDO Be Correctly Attired in the Newest and Finest Formal Wear £*• MIJN LEUTRflLD^VILUAMa 1 /0/!fo&»«- \~*/ ALOONA, IOW« Recent dinner guests of the Hilbert Bierstedts for Mark's graduation were the Eugene Voigts, William Voigts and James Voigts, Graettinger, the Ralph Hartons, Spirit Lake, and Karen Banwart and Mrs. Charles Bierstedt. Sunday guests were the Carl Becks, Mrs. Dora Haack, the Lyle Haacks, Wilfred Bierstedts, and Roger Longs. Guests of the John Rugers May 23 for Philip's graduation were the Rev. Rex'Spicers, Kathy Devan, the Arley Doehlas, Primghar, A, T. Bronaus, Des Plaines, 111., Ervin Habegers, West Bend, Gary Amlickers. West Bend, Cheryln Kerber, Cylinder, Brian Menz and Kat- suri Yamauchi. Callers were the Walter Jentzes. Guests of the Rueben Luedt- kes May 23 for John's graduation were the Carol Steeles and REDUCED! LIMITED TIME ONLY! 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