The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 5
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West Bend And lone Hock Take Sunday Games Wins by: West Bend and Lone Rock Sunday shot West Bend into a two-game lead in the Kossuth County Baseball League as the teams neared the halfway Break ift the schedule. Seven games remain for each of thi> four teams. There will be ar. open date July 2. Humboldt will travel to West Bend and St. Joe will visit Lone Rock for games this Sunday. West Bend, paced by the one hit pitching of Johnson, slammed out a 12-0 victory 'over St Joe at West Bend Sunday night The winners collected nine blows from the offering of Henderson. The- losers 'committed seven errors, the winners two. Marv Bellinger hurled Lone- Rock past Humboldt, 10-3, at Humboldt as the winners notched 13 hits . and the losers six. ' Bollinger whiffed eight opponents as the winners committed two errors and the losers three. Standings • ... : .-' '. W West Bend — — ______ ____4 Humboldt _______________ 2 Lone Rock ___ ; ________ ^__2 St. Joe ....... . ........ __2 Stocks To Roar Here Again This Saturday Night , It will be "business as usual" at Kossuth Speedways (located at the fairgrounds here) this Saturday, beginning iat 7:30 p.m. when stock cars will whine around the-'half-mile oval as the remainder of a 13-event program of races' gets underway. • Manager Lament Wellendorl suspended the races temporarily Sunday morning, June 11, immediately after Larry Cordes, 23, Stout, died of burns received in a spectacular crash during the feature event the night before. Wellendorf announced at that time it was possible the popular race program might be resumed. The third of- 13 programs was held Jiine 10.- • " • r •••• •»Repair work, necessary to get fences and the track back in shape for the cars, will be completed in time for Saturday's races. Much of the fence on the northwest corner was torn out when two cars shot through it as Cordes began his fatal roll. A good field of cars is expected. Pitching Good, Hitting Not, Bulldogs Lose * Humboldt ,picked up its second straight win over Algona'? Bulldogs in a well-played baseball game at Humboldt Monday. 2-1, as a lack of hitting again kept the locals from scoring enough runs to win. Algona, still looking for win number one this summer, will travel to Fort Dodge for a meeting with the high-flying Dodgers tomorrow (Friday). Humboldt pushed across single runs in the home half of the first and second innings to take a 2-0 lead. The Bulldogs, using a single and pair of stolen bases by Garj Naylor, a walk to Bill Wctzei and an error, got their only run in the top of the third. From then on, Ken Egel of the Bulldogs and Maassen of the Wildcat hurled a scoreless duel. Naylor wound up with two singles and four .stolen bases in the game. Larry Klein got Algona's other single. The winners notched four hits off Egel who struck out seven and walked three. Maassen whiffed 14 and walked three. Swim Lessons To Begin Here Soon Red Cross swimming lessons will begin July 10 for four weeks at the Algona swimming pool. Anyone within, the- ages of 7-17 may sign up between 3 and b p.m. June 25-28 at the pool ot- cc Lessons will be held Monday through Saturday at 9:30, 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Time will be arranged according to a first-come, first-sprve bask. Life saving instruction will be available 101 beginners, intermediate and junior and senior swimmers. Beanie Cooper, pool manager, also enounced this week that private lessons for swimming or LITTLE LEAGUES Three previously unbeaten teams tasted defeat for the first time as the second week of play began in Algoha's three little leagues. Only six of the 19 teams are now undefeated. Here are the results of Monday and Tuesday evening games; . International Saints 3, Hawks 2 Soos 3, Foxes 2 American Orioles 5, White Sox 1 • Tigers 6, Red Sox 3 National - Cubs 8, Cards 4 Braves 11, Cubs 10 League Standings Internaiional W L Soos l ._.2 0 Chiefs 1 C Bears 1 o Saints __ .._ 1 l Foxes ___l l Bees 0 1 Demons — 0 1 Hawks . 0 i American W Orioles 2 Indians 1 Twins 1 Yanks 1 Tigers _-_„ ^1 Red Sox 0 White Sox 0 National W Cubs _. 3 Cards 2 Braves ^ 1 • 2 Pirates 0 2 Games are played, Monday through Thursday, at three sites. During the next week it will be the Bears vs. Demons, Demons vs. Saints and Hawks vs. Foxes in the International; Twins vs. Tigers, White Sox vs. Red Sox and Yanks vs. Orioles in the American; and Pirates vs. Cards. Cards vs. Braves and Cubs vs Cards in the National: Leon Vann, director of the little league program this summer, announced Tuesday night there will be a meeting of all little league coaches and umpires at the city hall this Monday, June 26, at 8 p.m. A discussion of the leagues' .play and operation will be held. Bears Win 3, Drop One Game Bob Reed fired a no-hittej Tuesday night as Garrigan scored nine runs in the last three innings on the way to an easy 10-1, victory over Emmetsburg at Garrigan Field. The win was the third in four games during thp week for the Bears, who downed Corwith-Wesley, 1-0, Brilt, 142, and lost to Mason City, 10-4 in other contests. Reed struck out 12 opponent.' as he baffled Emmetsburg. Tin only run scored by the loser: came as a result of two errors.- in the top of the fourth inning Meanwhile, Garrigan scored r run in the home half of the second on an error, double by Bol Reed and single by Lylo Loebach The Bears counted four times in the fourth as Bill Reed and Dick Heincn got base knocks, addeo two in the fifth without the ben- Upper Det M*6!ri«j-S Thursday, June 22, 1961 efit of a hit and rounded out the scoring with three tallies in tht last of the sixth >as Bill Rahrr, and Bill Reed got hits. , Bill Reed got two of the Sears' seven hits. The Bears are slated to travel to West Bend today (Thursday) then will host Corwith-Wesley at 8 p.m. Monday before traveling to Fort Dodge and Britt for games the following two days. Player Spiked Allan Menke, 17, s*pn of Mi, and Mrs. Walter Menke and first baseman on the Bancroft Junior Legion baseball team, was spiked severely on the left leg during a baseball game at Fort Dodge Sunday. The five gashes were treated by a Bancroft doctor. Dog Places Second Misty, black Labrador owned by Gary Grote, Algona, placed second in the novice stake at the Northwest Iowa Dog Club's Retriever Day at Spencer Sunday 25th Anniversary The children of Mr. arid Mrs. Harold (Si) Roth will hold an open house for their parents' 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 25, from 2 to 5 and frqm 7 to 9 p.m. at their home at 602 West Nebraska street here. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF , CLEANOUT TO OPEN DITCH I Scaled bids will be received until * 10:00 o'clock A.M., July 14, 1961, at the Kossuth County Court House, Algona, Iowa, at which time and place I the Kossuth County and Humboldt County Boards ot Supervisors, acting for and on behalf of Drainage District Humboldt-Kossuth No. 8, will meet for the purpose of letting a contract for (he excavation of approximately 25,100 cubic yards of silt, the leveling of spoil banks, the cutting of 225 trees, disposal of same and the painting of stumps with atlacide, and the cutting and disposal of- 1600 squares of brush. The commencement date Is i August 1, 1961 and completion date is November 1, 1961. Bids will be received on the entire work and each bidder will be required to deposit with his bid a certified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor of Kossuth County or his order in an amount equal to 10% of the bid. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids, specifications, bidding blanks and other Information may be obtained at the office of the County Drainage ,Clerk, Algona, Iowa, or contact D. L Leffert. Algona, Iowa, Engineer in charge of the project. BOARDS OH SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH AND HUMBOLDT COUNTIES, IOWA BY C. S. Pearson, ' Kossuth County Drainage Clerk. (25-26) PRICED LOW 1 — I960 FORD Fairlane, 4 dr., V-8 auto., with heater, near new : $1850 2 — 1957 FORD 6-cyl. Custom 300, std. trans.,' 4 dr. Your pick $950 2 — 1957 FORD Custom 300 VS's, auto, trans, R & H, your choice _— $995 1956 MERCURY Moi>clair, 4-dr. V-8, auto, trans., a nice car ..$695 1 — 1953 FORD, 4 dr., V-8, Overdrive, valves just ground, real nice car $250 1956 FORD CUSTOMLINE, 4 dr., 6 Cyl. standard trans. _. $ 650 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 1954 PONTIAC 4-dr. R. & H. Star Chief, Runs Good __ $295 KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA (25) Household Goods Sale Mrs. lamplight will sell the following household goods for Mrs. A. 0. Lehman at 517 S. Moore, SATURDAY, JUNE 24 at 10 A.M. Davenport like new, end tables, lamps, Duncan Pfhye drop leaf table with four chairs, studio couch, upholstered chairs, double bed complete with chest and vanity to match, antique chest, treddle sewing machine, Maytag washer, rinse tub on lags, dishes, kitchenware, wool quilts, picture frames, and miscellaneous items. Household Goods Sale Mrs. Lampright will sell the followjng household goods for Henry Douglas at the residence, 103 E. IUCQS, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, Stqrting at 10 A.M. and tentinwing all (toy. Gas range like new, refrigerator with full width freezing spm- partment, 2-daw utility cabinet, utility tqfele, shrom* breakfast set, Mayrao, washsr, en* only davenjwt, d»v«np«rt and s occasional ehairs, platform rockers, step tables, table and tatnpfe 81" T.V., v»W«w «te««»', eettef «h«sj, large elf?»ri« % bedr««n suites., sjnnj* b«d complete, dressers commodes, card tabje, hampers, n*w hem* Htfidle sewing machine, antique, shfwj? Mr, fessk «««f» *«» h°f JeW 8 * k'rd wist, phenjefrapii rwwrd* bwJw, »*w*w lUffe &fa&, kilihenwore, pictures, curtains, drapes, garden tool* ancj AM*?, hem*. HAPPY HOST RED KIDNEY BEANS OR PORK and BEANS VAN CAMP GRATED TUNA 2- 49 C SNIDER'S Catsup 2 Bottles SUGAR 98 BROWN OR POWDERED ..... 3 Lbs. 39c c BUTTERNUT INSTANT COFFEE - 59 c DEL MONTE OR HUNT'S Peaches No. 21/2 Size Can Mrs Clark's Salad Dressing Large Angel Food Cake Each CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast Lb. U.S. CHOICE BONELESS Rib Eye Steak LB. SWIFT'S PORK BRITT RING Sausage Links 1 Lb. Pkg. BOLOGNA LB. SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS SKINLESS SHANKLESS DEFATTED WHOLE OR HALF 49 C GOOD LUCK argarme Lbs. COOK OUT MEATS CLUB STEAKS • THICK CUT SIRLOIN T-BONE STEAKS • SPLIT BROILERS BAR-B-QUE RIBS • CUBED STEAKS RIB EYE STEAKS • GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE FROZEN FOODS FALCON PEAS IQOz.Box lOc CORN-MIXED VEG, BROCCOLI . BRUSSil SPROUTS GREEN BEANS LIMA BEANS CAUFLOWER 5 Pkgs. 95c GRAP! JUKI Cans $1,00 FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 Cons 98c STRAWBERRIES 30 Ib. Tin $7.98 FROZEN MEAT PIES 5 For 95c BING CHERRIES Lb. 39c CALIFORNIA WHITE POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49c GOLDEN BANANAS Lb. 12c CONSUMER'S LOW PRICES EVERY DAY

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