The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1967 · Page 7
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10-Alflona lo.) Upper Dei Molnsi Thimdoy, June 29, 1967 Becker Hurls GHS To 4-3 W-B Win Garrigan, 7-0 victor over West Bend a week earlier here, repeated the win, but by a very narrow 4-3 margin there Monday night. The victory upped the Golden Bears' season mark- to 5-4 — and came as a result of a pair of 2-run innings early in the contest. Coach Steve McCall's club was slated to travel to Mason City for a meeting with the Mohawks Wednesday, then will go to Fort Dodge for a game with St. E3- mond Friday and to Cylinder Monday where the Bears will tangle with Emmetsburg. Actually, the Garrigan-West Bead fame was well-pitched ail the way, via Joe Becker of the Bears besting the Bulldogs, a club he tossed a no-hitter against Jase 19. Ai Blair, loser of the earlier meeting, was also the loser in this one. A -alk to John Winkel, errors os balls hit by Backer and John Mertz, a fielder's choice, hit batsman and single by Don Court- as y shoved t--o riss home ir. the to? of the first. A single man. erro; by Jack more in Ough for •.'-.til two ? second :-.f- third. Ihe bats ar.d the Box So "f -..-: a single s trues :. The ?. 5-4. Bulldogs Tied Despite No-Hitter By Huriers High School's unblemished baseball record of 10 straight victories this season went by the boards (at least temporarily) Monday at Iowa Falls when the locals and the Cadets battled to a 1-1 tie in 10 innings in a fray that had to be called at that point due to darkness. The game will not be completed—unless its outcome has a bearing on the final North Central Conference standings, which Algona tops at the present time with a 7-0-1 record. Coach Keith Christie's club was slated to travel to Eagle Grove Wednesday and to Clear Lake Friday, then will host Hampton here Monday in another trio of loop frays. Length of the contest at Iowa Falls was not the only item that made it an oddity. Perhaps more outstanding was the fact that Craig Espe, who has fired six no-hitters in his last two seasons, did it again for nine innings and Dale Pedersen didn't allow a hit In the tenth, so the Iowa Falls bats were silenced all the way. The Cadef s lone counter came in the home half of the fourth when Espe hit Bach and walked Dittmer, with the latter scoring on an infield tap. Algona scored first - getting its run in the first go-around at the plate — then saw nine goose eggs tacked up in a row. Espe walked to start the game and later scored after a bingle by Tom Claude. Rog Meyer sent the run home with a fly to left. Strikeouts came fast in this one, with Iowa Falls hurling chalking up 21 Bulldogs and Espe getting 18 Cadets in his nine frames. He allowed two walks and Pedersen one. The Bulldogs chalked up a double play in the last of the tenth. Claude and Pedersen got Algona's two hits - both singles. Box Score: Algona (1) AB R H Espe 410 Barr 500 Claude 4 0 1 Meyer 500 Taylor 400 Pedersen 301 Boldridge 1 0 0 Belts 400 Jones 200 Hagen 1 0 0 33 1 3 Run Ninth Gives LuVerne 8-5 Defeat Sheffield edged LuVerne, 8-3, In nine Innings in a North Star Conference game at LuVerne Monday night. The loss left LuVerne with a 3-2 loop mark and 3-4 season mark. The Lions out-hit the winners, 10-fl, with Denny Hanselman going 4-for-4 at the plate. Barber got a pair of blows and Hansen, Nelson, Trauger and Selby one each. Doug Nelson hurled the first five frames for LuVerne, with Hansen finishing and taking the loss. Weber went all the way on the hill for Sheffield. Sheffield counted two runs in the fourth, two in the sixth, one in the eighth and three in the ninth, while the Lions scored two in the first, one in the sixth, one in the seventh and one in the eighth. A promising LuVerne rally, one vhich niight have -.on the contest ir. e.e tcuorr. of the seventh, enied vher. Xelsor. sent a screarriing li.-=r t; center v.lth the bases 1-^.ied, -.,-£ .-.:. ir. ar.d two out. The catch •;•••-~ ~-.-s.i-~ the final out. Each tearr. '^::.~.:::^-. c" error in the lie!:. St. John's is 10-0 Following Monday Win Bancroft S'.. Jor.'/s ;:: hit, 3-2, i/:r vsJf. vr;^: wildness by pitchers '^.~. «•'" play in the liela :-, y jS \~',. Those who know MINNEAPOLIS Know," MOTOR HOTEL For Convenience i For Friendliness . like Atmosphere . . For Luxury Accommodations . . . For Budget Rates ... For Resort. Easily Accessible to All Highways * 106 Delightful Air- CYmditioned Hoonib nnd Suites ' Natiunul (luhl Medal Awiir<l lieuted SwiininiiiK 1'uol * Complete Hotel •Services * IM-Hour.Swil'.'liljotml * Free TV * 1'luy Area 1 or Cliildren « UubySitler Service EXCELLENT FOOD — Htd.-.tj 6.-. ing Room (eatjfing Heart'. Cr>i-::r Broiled Sletls — CoMee Sr'.s ;;>• from 6:00 a.m. 'lill Midr.igr.! _ CcckUil Lounge. Amplt Fin Parking in Front 01 Tour R S|NCL{ ROOMS 19.00 to SiO.OO DOUBJ.E ROOMS $13.00 toSU.50 2 IKU in same 100111 vsitli Adults. Wire 01 write lot Reservations — Phone (Area 612)' 588'4G65. HOLIDAY MOTOR HOTf I M. Hi c ln»i»s 100 irid !>5 in« .polis n. MinnAola. M.inulci fiomOOBnlimn — 15 Minules Irani L Home gl Ui« Twins and Vikings — 20 Minutfl Irom.lnl. Airport. Winners At Swanson's win over St. Edmond at Bancroft Monday night. The win was the tenth without defeat for Bancroft. The Johnnies counted one run in the second and three in the third to offset two in the fourth and one in the fifth by the losers. Dick Diers was the winning hurler, while Royster took the loss. Wolf and Vaske got hits for St. John's, while Barrett, Magennis and Risetter notched tingles for the losers. Hershberger To College Coaching Post Jim Hershberger, head football coach at Algona High School for seven years until he returned to college to obtain a Master's Degree, has been named line coach at Illinois State University, at Normal, HI. He will be associated with two old teammates from State College of Iowa, where Jim was twice named all-conference tackle in his playing days. Jim received his Master's Degree from Northeast Missouri State at Kirksville, Mo. just recently. He is teaching driver's training in the school system here during the summer, and reports to the Illinois school the middle of August. The best wishes of a host of friends go with the ex-Algona coach in his new coaching post on the university level. Illinois State is in the Illinois college conference. The school has an enrollment of about 12,000. Rahm Assigned To New York Team By Twins BUI Rahm, 22-year-old former Algona Garrigan pitcher who recently signed with the Twins for a bonus, has been sent to Auburn, New York, to play for the Class A Twin farm club in the New York-Pennsylvania League. Bill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, who farm near St. Benedict, Iowa. He is a senior at Iowa State University majoring in Physical Education. Bill will finish his final quarter next fall. PeeWee League - Mets 14, Astros 13; American League — Athletics 11, Twins 2; National League - Giants 13, Braves 3; Senior League - Warriors 1, Chiefs 0; Whittemore 10, Warriors 4. GIRLS' SOFTBALL Novice League - Redbirds 36, Jays 17; Gophers 14, Hawks 8; Rockets 9, Jets 8. ME.VS SOFTBALL Buschers 3, Burt 1; Bunnies 20, Petersons 3. Win Dashes L--.S '.YiliLn of Algona copped '_'.-: trophy iisii w\ placed second ::. ti.e iirst heat at Jackson, Minn. ^lAv^y; Sinniav night. At Falzma'.i Sn/lay, JimEdgington, Al?'-:.i, v.-g.'i the trophy dash and ••vi_i £%£',:/: 1;. the second heat. New Pool At West Bend Is Short $1,660 Evterniiig pool a.:'^. o •A'.:. '-v,.v*,v. i.:.a '.viu be maie •;.•::.'. v.t ~.%y r,i';orr.t dfclidie. ••','.(. i-', V-i 's'SJl i'Jlfc iii.£ J/T-'> 'i'.'rlv-,'. V, ''. tJ.'^Tltifig :tWr Ui •s.-,.'>. •;'. :—'.;.; : ^.\:. <ifc}E. It is •*.'Jt<v. :.:•.. '..vs.', »„•-% y/ol wili •A ;%i.C,.- i-,; .i.% *•;•.:.;;. i u.o.Mh. •<-V. ': vvv, '//, 'iy f >!'j',:l'l't-\'L'jli .'.AU ?, ;-„:•(., :;,%;% It &11 i '/«_i.v>, -A. \'.,W. iv I* stitvi would llko to have so hoiun-od, please contact Enstluwn's offtoo, There is no cost ov Involved, EasUft\\n i*l.io (us n replicas i\{ flu* that , thai are v.nus fw lt\u .Hist r.<>^'h (\\n ,\«Vo go. l-hUHiv flv*<--< an.l 1 u\v >\v i'*U £',>y-Mr<:> \vlU iv ,v,n\f |«> ou, :\skmji. At 70S piok c and on Hlcliard Mongol, Amboy, Minn., ami throo sisters, Mrs. Ella Solmtt»olmol(lor, Algona; Mrs. Alltui IliiUlnn'or, KontonjaiidMrs. KUUn'ii I'ltimin, Dos Moinos, also wivvlvo. Council Mooting A iiumlliin of tlui AUtonii city I'liimoll, mi(jlniiUy nlalod Wed- iliiy iivoiiliig, .liiiui 211, will bo ln.-it(uul tonight fl'litirsday), Jerry Benson (left), Swanson store manager, is shown presenting a gift certificate award worth $35 trade in groceries at the store to Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Specht, Algona. The couple won the cash award in a promotion sponsored by an area television station. men and women who have served in our armed forces to gain and maintain our independence. A beautiful Bronze Memorial, with the insignia of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines will be dedicated in the Court of Honor at Eastlawn at 10 a.m. by members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Each week the name of a deceased veteran will appear on this memorial, except on national holidays when the flag will fly in memory of all veterans of all wars. This memorial is for all American veterans, no matter where their final resting place may be- so if there are any deceased members of your family, or the families of any of your friends, who served in the United States Armed Forces, whom you and Dorothy J. Bormann, June 22; Larry D. Helmers and Cindy L. Cowan; Michael L. Parsons and Sharon K. Barber; and Richard B. Buffington and Sheryll Gray, June 23; Donald Potthoff and Jane Becker, June 24; and Clarence Macumber and Ruby Murtha, June 26. ill Dedicate New Memorial At Eastlawn July 4 is just a few days off- and Eastlawn Memorial Gardens has planned the dedication of a Court of Honor in memory of the Former Kossuth Man Succumbs, D-Moines Rites Six nepliews of Arthur C, lloi\- gel, who died Juno 22 at «u> Vot- erans Hosplt;U in Dos Moiuos, were pallbearers at the niiun-iU. All of Uie nepliews arc from this area, where Mr. Hengol formerly lived. He was born and raisoil in the Fenton community, but had been ill with cancer for the past five years and lived in Des Moines, Pallbearers were Eugene Schattschneider, Floyd Bollinger, Marvin Bellinger, Keith Bellinger, Donald Me Whorter and Durwood Voigt. Mr. Hengel was 63 yearsof age. He was married on June 10, 1947, to Edna Randolph. He was a carpenter by trade. They moved to Des Moines in 1957, and in 1962 because of ill health he retired. Services were held at Our Savior Lutheran church, June 26, with burial in Rest Haven, West Des Moines. Surviving are his wife, three step-children, Mrs. Beverly Koepke, Burt; Mrs. Goldie Carpenter, Norwalk, Calif.; Lowell Randolph, Norwalk, Calif.; and 11 grandchildren. A brother, DINNER-DANCE The 4th Degree of the Knights of Columbus held a dinner-dance Sunday evening at West Bend. Attending from here were Messrs, and Mesdames Dr. J.B. Winkol, BUI Dodds, Lawrence Wlnkol and BUI Bestenlehner. Mrs. John Gisch and famUy were presented with a chalice which they in turn are giving to a missionary in Africa. NOTICE Artificial flowors and wreaths placed on Memorial Day have been removed from graves and have boon tagged with name. Owners may pick them up any Sunday afternoon botwoen 1 and 5 p.m. at cemetery or stop at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens office at 708 So. Phillips St. This Week at the Pine Room TWO ENTERTAINERS CAROLINE and LINDA Continuous Entertainment Nightly Until Closing PINE ROOM — Hotel Algona — "THE INN PLACE" T I SUMMER PASTELS This STAR-SPANGLED HIT first sky-rocketed to success in pastel colors. Now . . . and to wear from now 'till way past Labor Day ... it makes a repeat performance in smart, dark, big-city colors. Cool and gloriously easy to care for I v.'i->% uS Cvuut}' **.< fc'X- tiij* Wfcfci, hrahams SO CONVENIENT! Apply for your credit cord NOW! I i ! I

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