The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 26
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Bulldogs And Espe Have Win Skeins Chopped By Johnnies In District Tournament Here, 1-0 Ace Hurler Had Copped Last 29 Victories Algona High School's Bulldogs and ace hurler Craig Espe both reached the end of the road before a large crowd at Garrigan Field here Monday evening as a wild pitch in the top of the first inning allowed Bancroft St. John's the only run it needed to post a 1-0 victory in the first round of the District Tournament. The loss gave the Bulldogs an 18-3-1 season mark (and 37-6-1 over the past two summers) and ended Espe's personal string of 29 straight victories spanning the same years. Meanwhile, the Johnnies advanced with their 19th win in 20 starts this summer and were slated to meet Ft. Dodge High School in the District finals at Fonda last evening (Wednesday). Steve Schneider, Bancroft lead-off man became the first base runner of the well-played fray when he drew a pass. He advanced to second on a sacrifice as Espe threw out Tom Nemmers. Chuck Farrow then bounced out, Rog Meyer to Dale Pedersen, before Steve Vaske worked Espe for a free pass and swiped second. That set the stage for the BIG run. A pitch got awsiy from Espe while he was in the midst of striking out opposing pitching Dick Diers and Schneider scooted home with the counter. That's all she wrote, although there were still plenty of thrills remaining. Espe's leadoff single for the Bulldogs in the bottom of the first was wasted when the Johnnies pulled off a Schneider to Vaske to Bill Wolf double play - and Algona didn't get its second (and final)hit until Pedersen cracked a double to left in the last of the seventh. The Johnnies set up a threat in the top of the second when Wolf walked and Denny Hatten doubled, but Espe whiffed the next batter and Meyer tossed out Schneider to end the inning. Algona got a pair of walks in the last of the second to no avail and a Nemmers single for the Johnnies went to waste in the third. Espe's next severe test came in the top of the fifth-andhe met it masterfully. Schneider opened the inning with his second single, becoming the only hitter in the game with two blows, Nemmers was hit with a pitch and Farrow reached on a fielder's choice. So the sacks were loaded with Johnnies - with none out. The never-say-die lefty then proceeded to strike out Vaske and Diers and got John Meyer on a pop to Pedersen to snuff out the blaze. Algona's last-inning effort almost paid off. Pedersen's blow came with one down and he advanced to third when Don Hagen bounced out. However, Diers fired hard and got Bill Boldridge on strikes to end the contest. Espe wound up his career at AHS with an astounding 34-7 record which spanned three seasons. He was 6- 6 as a sophomore, 15-0 a year ago and 13-1 in 1967. He whiffed 13 and walked four, while Diers, who sparkled, struck out 11 and walked five. Each team committed an error. Box score ST. JOHN'S (1) AB R H Schneider Nemmers Farrow Vaske Diers Meyer Wolf Hatten Kissner 3 2 4 2 3 3 2 3 3 25 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 ALGONA (0) AB R H Espe Claude Meyer Roeber Taylor Barr Farnham Pedersen Hagen Boldridge Belts 3 3 2 0 3 2 1 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 20 0 Bulldogs Post Fine 18-3-1 Mark Algona High School's Bulldogs got knocked out of the District Tournament by Bancroft St. John's, 1-0, here Monday evening - but still finished the season with one of the top won- lost marks on record at the local school. Members of the Bulldog squad are shown above. They are, front row, left to right, Bob Farnham, Bill Boldridge, Craig Espe, Tom Claude, Mike Dailey, Roger Barr and Dale Pedersen. In back, left to right, Coach Keith Christie, Dave Roeber, Roger Meyer, Mike Belts, Tom Jones, Jeff Allen and Don Hagen. (UDM Newsfoto) RESULTS PEEWEE - Mets 30, Colts 28; Astros 18, Cubs 17. AMERICAN-Angels 6, Yankees 2; Athletics 9, Indians 3. NATIONAL- Phillies 11, Reds 2; Giants 15, Pirates 8. SENIOR - Trojans 7, Chiefs 2; Spartans 17, Warriors 5. Real Estate Transfers Neitzel, Derward et al, unmarried AKA Durwood Neitzel to Charles A. Bronson 6-30-67 Lot 2 exc. the N 9' thereof, & all of Lot 3 all in blk 8, Murtagh's Subdiv. of blk 1 & OL 1, 2, & 3 Murtagh's Add. to Burt. Potter, Buena & Sherwood etal to Orland E. Steil et ux 6-28-67 The E. 8 rods of Lot 13 A. P. of Mumps--Swollen Jaws? Be Careful Mumps is a virus infection of the |i;iri)tiil nl.mil. one of the- salivary glands. immediately below the ear lobe and behind tlie angle of the jaw. sass I odav'* Health. the magazine of the American Medical Association. The best sign of mumps is a tender, smooth, firm swelling iliat PJLPJLP CJMl_PJL°J o °_o Q o o 0 ° g OJLJLeJLSULiULgJLULgJLOJ-g-g-O.g gJULB.g.gJJJUULgJUUUUULBJJ.gJJ.B Reser. No. 1 in blk 5, Algona. Raney, Lyle & Ellen & Howard & Dorothy to Orland E. Steil et ux, 6-28-67 The E. 8 rods of Lot 13 A. P. of Reserv. No. 1 in blk 5, Algona. Ruhnke, Edward & Mary Lou to Richard N. Burt 6-29-67 Greencastle Place Lot 3 blk 2, Algona. Tietz, Gene W. & Carol M. to Rudolph Tietz 6-29-67 Bell's Add Lot 10, Algona. Walker, Norma & Russell to Orland E. Steil et ux 6-28-67 E. 8 rods of Lot 13 in blk 5 A. P. of Reser. No. 1, Algona. Hasse, John E. & Jane S. to Alvlna A., Albert C., & Paul H. Hasse all sgl. 7-11-67 Murtagh's Add., Lot 1 Blk 5; Burt. Hemmen, C.C. & Janet G. to Farmers Coop Elev. Co. of Livermore 7-11-67 S. Westerly 91.5' of station grounds of C & NW R W Co. located in NE 1/4 NW 1/4 see record 9-94-28. Cowan, K.S. & Aria L. to James L. Schenck et ux 7-3-67 Lot 5 Blk 231 & the W. 24' of Lot 6 Blk 231; Call's Add see rec. Kent, Clara, Wdw. to Donald E. Larson et ux 7-5-67 S 1/2SE 1/4 & NW 1/4 SE 1/4 4-96-28. Subject, Vernon E. & Virginia to Richard C.Walshetux6-28-67 Call's Add. lot 2 blk 159; see rec; Algona. Thilges, Theodore J. & Lillain E. to Burton A. Johnson et ux 7-5-67 A tract of land in NW 1/4 desc. as see record 20-99-28 Crawfort, Edward W. & Marian R. to James L. Welton 7-12-67 Woodworth Add lot 5 blk 2 Algona. Frankl, Marie, Wdw. to Vernon E. Klein et ux 7-17-67 All that pt. of OL 6 in Irvington Station desc. as see rec. Merryman, David W. & Marion Mae to Dale G. Backhaus et ux 7-17-67 Tract desc. as beg. at a pt. 3' 7" S. of the SE corner of lot 3 John G. Smith's Add., Algona thence see rec. Also land Index. Merryman, David W. & Marion Mae to Dale G. Backhaus et ux 7-17-67 Lot 3 of A. P. of lot 8 & E 4 rods of Lot 9 in Govern lot 3 Also Town Index 11-95-29 Perkins, John & Janet to Larry Sowers et ux 7-12-67 That part of SE 1/4 desc. as see rec. 5-95-29. Samson, Mabel V., sgl. to Steve R. George et ux 7-17-67 W4rods of E 12 rods of S 8 rods of Lot 6 of SE 1/4 NE 1/4 according to A. P. of lots in Lot 3 & 4 in SE 1/4 NE 1/4 &, pt. of NW 1/4 11-95-29. Sparks, Donnell D. & Mary Althea to Richard A. Simpson et ux 7-12-67 That pt. SW 1/4 SW 1/4 desc. as see rec. 4-95-29. Blumer, Paul, sgl. to Phillip K. Blumer et ux & James A. Blumer Q&Q5QQQQQ Q^&AA-ftA-Aflfl-Ry 7-14-67 E 1/2 NW 1/4 & SW 1/4 NE 1/4 27-94-28. Blumer, Paul, sgl. to Ralph W. Blumer et ux 7-14-67 E 1/2 SW 1/4 9-94-28. Blumer, Ralph W. & Amanda to Phillip K. Blumer & James A. Blumer 7-14-67 Undiv. 1/6 int. in E 1/2 SW 1/4 29-94-27. Bragg, June & Allan Formerly June E. McMahon Simpson to Andrew J. Mullen et ux 7-14-67 0. P. lot 3 blk 76; Algona. Gisch, Madonna, sgl. to Madonna Gisch, Rosemary Wibe & ' Virginia C. Guerdet 7-14-67 E 1/2 of NE frl 1/4 of NE 1/4 SE 1/4 subj.tolife estate 4-96-30 Keith, Kyle D. & Clara to Robert W. Bomgaars et ux 7-12-67 River View Heights Add. Lot 18, Algona. Penny, Laura J., sgl. to Louis L. & Mary Lappe 7-14-67 0. P. Lot 6 blk 4; Lakota. Schemmel, John C. & Lorraine to Glenn L. Walden 7-17-67 0. P. Lot 11 Blk 5, Bancroft. Tietz, Donald & Shirley to Robert W. Bomgaars et ux 7-12-67 Riverview Heights Add. Lot 18, Algona. Vera, Hazel Mae, Wdw. to Algona la. Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses 7-13-67 W 1/2 of Lot 15 of A. P. of part of Govern Lot 6 & NE 1/4 SW 1/4 2-95-29. ccncrs the corner of lhi 1 jawbone where it turns upward toward the ear. the maga/ine leporis. Mumps in a child is nsualU only wildly incapacitating and moderately uncomfortable. Manv eases in children arc' so wild as to go unnoticed by parents. A mild medication for I'CUT and the discomfort of mild headache and inviself aches may be used as needed. Normally 'I' 1 ' child recovers in live to se\en da\s. In the teen-ager or adult mumps is more serious. The virus is more likely to in\ohe other areas such as the pancreas, and to result in nausea, abdominal pains and severe food or fluid intoler- ances. The tendency for mumps with its attendant pain to settle in the ovary or testicle is well known. The chance of sterility is highly and emotionally overrated, however. I'hysidans usually prescribe complete bed rest for adults with mumps. Greater physical activity brings greater chance of complications. Mumps is not excessively contagious and almost direct contact with the afflicted-such as drinking from the same cup or being sneezed at-is required to contract the disease. One can get mumps twice, but it is a rare occurrence. Most cases of "mumps the second time" were the result of previous misdiagnosis of swollen neck glands from an infected throat. Odds are about one in 400 of having bona fide mumps as a repeat illness. Mumps cannot be prevented at present, but recent research promises a vaccine soon. i WE'RE NOT LION! THESE BUYS ARE KM! WATCHES-WATCH BANDS DIAMONDS JEWELRY SOMETHING FROM EVERY DEPT 1 GROUP : EARRINGS 10 1 GROUP PINS & EARRINGS 50 8 DAY CHIME CLOCKS «•••« NOW 529.95 NOW $49.95 , CUCKOO CLOCKS REG. $24 , s NOW $105 -BV- NOW $28.95 DINNERWARE WAS NOW 1-45 PC. SERVICE FOR 8 —$112.00 $56.95 1-93 PC. SERVICE FOR 12 __$ 122.95 $69.95 1-98 PC. SERVICE FOR 12 ._$ 105.00 $59.95 STAINLESS STEEL 1-50 PC. SERVICE FOR 8 COMMUNITY WAS $39.95 NOW $23.95 1-50 PC. SERVICE FOR 8 STEEL WAS $29.95 NOW $15.95 . . . AND A WHOLE LOT OF OTHER STUFF TOO! WILTGEN JEWELERS spending a week at Estes Park as part of a group, employees of the Directory Service, Algona. Enroute home they stopped at Denver and called on Mr. and Mrs. Connelly, the former Charlene LaBarre, Mrs. Robert Hall, nee Pat Cowan, and the Carl Morck, Jr*s. who were there visiting from Boulder, Colo. 110 E. STATE 6JL" JLfiJlOJJUUULg .£ P ggfilfiagJlgggggfiggSg AIGONA LOCALS ANOTHER BIG SUPER STOCK CAR RACE AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA) WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT JULY 28 Don't miss the battle for points this Friday. Another big field of cars will fight- it out for a share of the purse 1 TIME TRIALS - 8:30; RACES - 9 P.M. ADMISSION: ADULTS - ONLY $1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - 25c COME ONE - COME ALL ! I/ AC C I ITU |l||\\|||ti IWAMIHI MR. AND MRS. E. L. Garbett returned Sunday after spending a week at Estes Park, Colo. They were members of a group of salesmen employed by the Directory Service of Algona, who ^^ AIAAMA IOWA along with their wives, enjoyed ^^ «M»WIV*. iw»»« the outing. MR. AND MRS. Floyd Holt returned home Sunday after .................. #####***##**************#***********************'! We've really TRIMMED our prices for REDIKALUS DAZE! Check the following crazy bargains for unbelievable bargains. Many more both outside and inside the store ! : * w ° t REGULAR RIDIC DAY 12 Nursery Plaques 2.98? 2 Fuzzy Rugs 3.44? 12 Mirrors 1.09? 17 Pictures, Assorted .30? 3 Crib Mobile 2.29? 3 Child's Trays on Legs 1.98? 19 Bath and Stool Mats 1.19? 28 Rugs, Throw, Asst. Colors .79? 15 Rugs, Throw, Asst. Colors .98? 4 Rugs 1.19? 3 Rugs 1.19? 1 Rug 1.97? 13 Foam Rugs .77? 7 Clopaq Folding Door 2.77? 74 Storage Bags 1.44? 2 Lamps 2.99? 4 Book Racks .98? 13 Book Racks, gold .88? 1 Nite Stand, French Prov. 29.95? 1 White Chair, Desk or Bedroom 24.95? 5 Pictures 6.99? 12 Pictures 1.98? 1 Lamp 2.79? 1 Lamp 3.79? 3 Early American Planter 9.99? 2 Early American Sew Kit 9.99? 1 Early American Magazine Rack 9.99? Napkin Holders- Wood, Early American .99? Roll-out Flower Matts .66? Two Pac. Date-a-Lite- 100 W. Lite Bulbs .39? Rain Umbrellas .88? Webb Lounge Chairs 3.97? Gambles D Flash-Lite Batt. .19? 50 Ft. Plastic Hose 1.09? Strofoam Minnow Bucket .65? Gambles 22 Cal. L.R. Rifle Shells (Limit 2) .86? Rain Suits 1.99? 2 1/2 Ib. bag Worm Keeper .89? 2 Ib. bag Kentucky Bluegrass Seed 1.10? All Size Plastic Freezing Containers- 20% off Ice Buckets .39? Note Book Paper - 120Q-3!i&?ts.~ , ; ,.l?74* Ice Cube Tray, Unbreakable Plastic .79? Gleem Tooth Paste - Family Si2-». -- .63? Pitcher Decanter 1.17? Mixing Bowl 1.00? 1.50? 1.50? .66? .10? 1.50? .99? .77? .33? .77? .77? .77? .99? .33? 1.44? .77? 1.66? .66? .66? 19.95? 19.95? 3.66? .99? 1.66? 1.66? 6.66? 6.66? 6.66? .69? .39? .23? .39? 2.45? .07? .69? .39? .59? .97? .49? ,59? .12? r f .39? .34? .59? .17? 207 I. STATE - AIGONA Phone 295-3411 ALDEN MAIL ORDER PHONE 295-3177 rnuwt sao-3177 ****#*######*#####*******^

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