The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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Bears Win, Lose One-Run Decisions Stock Cars Set • To Roll Here; Plan Open House Algona Speedway Manager Lament WelJcndorf announced this week he will hold an open house at the trade at the Kossuth County Fairgrounds Saturday evening, May 20, as a kick-off for a full season of Htock ca; races slated there this summer. .. The track, which is now being graded and put into top shape, will be tested by several stock cars that night. The public is invited to attend the open house — free. The regular season of thrilling races will begin the following Saturday, May 27, at 7:30 p.m The 8-evcnt card will begin with time trials at 7:30 p.m. Wellendorf also announced that four cars are being built in this area and are expected to compete, along with 25 or 30 cars and drivers from Iowa and southern Minnesota, in the sum mer-hmg race season here. Interest in stock car races is expected to soar here within the next few weeks. Garrigan's Golden Bears,' who owned a 1-2 season won-lost record after a pair tof one-run losses during the past weekend, took a shorit infield and outfield drill, then posed for a squad photo prior ,io their game with Twin Rivers at Garrigan Field last Thursday afternoon. . i ' , ' Squad members are, ..fronlt row, -left to right, Bill Reed, Jim Bisenbac,ber, Bill Rahm, Mark Capesius, SteVe Smith, Bob Schneider, Bob Reed and Coach Jim Geelan. In back, left .to right, Dick Heinen Bob Goecke, Lyle Loebach, Mike Cruise, Steve Studer, LeRby Heinen and Mike Reilly, Manager. The Bears opened .the season, with a 3-2 win over West Bend, then fell, 3-2 to Twin Rivers Thursday and 5-4 to Mason City's 'strong Mohawks Friday. The last itwo games were played ait home. Garaigan got off to a 4-0 l&ad over Mason City in the firslt four innings, getting one run in the third and three in the fourth. The visitors, roared back, with three runs in the top of the sixth, and pulled the game out with a two-run rally in ittte top of the seventh.; Harris hurled the win for Mason City, while Bob Reed took the loss for Garrigan. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving) • .. Freeh!ich Named Ail-Diocesan Guard Friday Oscar Froehlich, third best scorer for Garrigan's Golden Bears during the recent basketball season, was honored this week when he was 'selected to the Sioux City All-Diocesan Team. Froehlich, a senior, canned 212 points in 17 games for an average of 12.5 points per game. He hit almost 40 percent of his field goal attempts as the Bearti racked up a 14-6 won-lost record. West Bend Edges Garrigan, 6-5 Wdst Bend edged Garrigan, 6-5, at Garrigan •.t'i.eld Monday afterhoon in a thrilling baseball game* Each team, notched four hits as Bill Rahm, Bill and Bob Keed hurled tor Garrigan and Welter went the'' 'bustanc'e ' lor West; Bend. The. winners counted three: runs in the: third,' two in the fifth arid one in the seventh, whilQ Uarngan got iwi> in UK. first, ione m uic tmrd aad Jw'b.'in the fifth. The Bears.; jtfpn, ;3-2,, in an earlier .meeting 1 of the, learns and now have ^a; 1-3, re,c- 'ord. ; ' '• ': •-. , ; •., \ • ; 1 ' '' •' \ '•? < ; -'-' Garigan ; raetf Sentral :at-Seri'-' itral last nigh}; and "will 1 , ftost .;Htfly -family of Mason City hei'e today "I &1^»-< 4- •<• .•« .... ^r It .'-7 1 "V Junior Bowlers Take District A junior girls bowling team, called Hawkeye No. 2, from Algona grabbed a district Tournament championship^ at Marshaiii- itown recently and advanced to the state meat. One other girls team and five boys teams aLio competed in the meet from Algona. All teams bowl regularly in a junior league at Hawkeye Lanes. ; Members of the district championship team art Jcannolte Vig- •dal, Gcri Ruark, Diane Riley, Suzanne Wibben and Cheryl (Parr. They posted an aggregate •three-game score of 2779. In boys competition, the Lucky Strikers wound UP second, the VFW third, the Moose sixth, Legion eighth and Five Aces eleventh. Near Top At Spencer OLDEST Traer has one of the oldest— age wise—bowling teams in the state. The team is made, up 01 men who average more than 70 years old. With its usual subsit- tute, the teams average age drops to 67 years. PEMEYS all fan-fare fabrics ... all the newsy details ... all the names you love and • sizes you need! OUR BIGGEST ATTRACTION! 1961's COLLECTION JUST ARRIVED.* SCHIFFLI HITS High fashion embroidery lavishes these dashing cotton broadcloth shirtwaists, gives them a more-for-the money look 1 Full skirts minimize waists I Maize, lilac, tangerine, mint, soft blue . , . right to th« but- tons I SIZES 7 - 15 5 Algona high school's track learn surprised many other teams and practicably all tans at the Spencer Relays with /a fine thirct place finish in thy 18-team meet Friday. The Bulldogs,.who had wound up near the middle ol most other meets so lar this season, put on their finest show of the year at Spencer. Co«cn Jim llersnoergers formidable squad is shown in the photo. They are, front row, right, Gary Rusk, Steve Miller, Chuck Oberwetier, Bob Gerber, Ken Diiranl, Rich Hiulchins and Tom Waller. Second row, left to right, Don Urch, Lance Johnson, Dean Wilirett, Vviilie Siemman, Jim Richardson, iJoo Boidridge, Bob Garms and Jim Slanton. Back row, left to right, Assistant Coach Howie . Stephenson, Bill Wetzel, Mayjrard Shackelford, Bob i-Wcivai, CuucH. bu'eit ana Coach nershberger. Gary reer was not present when the photo was snapped Monday aticrnoon. Peer grabbed tirst in the low hurdles and high hurdles and the 880 yard relay team and medley relay team also copped firsts. Members of the UdO team are Hutchins, Miller, Richardson and Wotzel, while Hutchins, Peer, Wetzel and Oberwetter run the medley. Watzel also grabbed second in the 220, Percival got second in the high jump, Gcrc^r lyui-" J« me pole \uuli, Gary luch tounh in the high jump and the 440 yard relay team alsu took fourth. Tlie locais will aravul to E.stnerville for the annual Ksihcrville Relays today (Thursday). (UDal Newsfolo-Kngraving) Tennis Team Blanked Algona high school's tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision to Fi.i't Dodge recently, the young ld(;als failed to take a singles or doubles match during the meet. Larry Klein, Bob Ellefsun, £«Ui Routh, Bill Bourne and Terry Ringsdorf competed for Coach Diek Palmer's team in the singles, while Klein and Ellefson and Houth and Bourne made up the doubles teams. Passerby Sees Blaze Wesley — An unknown passerby was credited with preventing a serious fire at the Andrew Reiiing tarni home near here Sunday morning. The tourist spotted smoke rising from the roof of the home and came to Wesley to turn in a fire alarm. The fire department raced to the scene, where tne family was unaware of the fire CHUCK WAGON Delicious Roast Beef — Chicken Salad Bar — Desserts and Hot Rolls and Coffee. Serving Wed., Thurs. and Fri. and Sat. at 6 to 10. Hand's Park, * Fairmont, Minn. FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Algona CY 4-3731 Burt Phon« 233 Most of his 92 field goals Were jump shots .from well, out on the court. Dick Heiheri, who couht^d 206 points and Lyle Loebach, who punched home 280 during the season to lead the tearrti wound up on the honorable mention list, along with Alan Monke of St. John's- of Bancroft. Thursday, May 4, 1961 Alaona (la.) Upp«r Des Moine»-5 Hold Swea Prom Swsa City — The junior-senior banquet was held Friday evening at tne Swea City school. Maurice- Carr was master of ceremonies and gave the welcoming address, Alan Mather gave the response. The prom was held in the gym following- the banquet with juniors and seniors and their dates attending. 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