The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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* - n • t 4-*A!0oiia (Id.) Upper DM Motnet -Thondoy, June 2VI961 ev Bears Split Games; To Host M-City Sunday fort Bodge itook advantage of nte^-sblld base knocks and seven fielding errors' by Garrigan to register an easy, 11-1, win over the Beans in a twilght game a,t Forl Dodge Tuesday nigM. The loss gave the locals a split of two games played this week. C6ach Jim Geelan's team was slated to itravett io Britt for a game -Wednesday (June 28) an<i will host a good Mason City Junior Legion team at Garrigan Field Saturday 'at 8 p.n£'".'-. 1 The' Bears gat the jump on Fort Dodge when they scored a run in the top of the'first toning. However, the Dodgers came back with a b&ig,' gating two runs in the second, eight in the third' and one in the fourth to sack : the win. Bill Rahm started on the mound for Garrigan and was relieved by Bob Reed in the third. Bell hurled for ithe winners. Rahm and Diick Heinen.each got Itwo of Garrigan's six hits. Garrigan belted CorwithT-Wes- Jey,' 12-0, at Garrigan Fiefld Monday night as Bill -Reed hurled, a neat two-hitter. The losers contributed to their own downfall by committing nine errors in /the fray. •The Bears got single runs in the''second find third.innings, six in the fourth-, on three hits "and four in the fifth on two hits. Daniels and Long pitched for Cqrwith Wesley, allowing severe hits. Bob Reed and Bill Rahm each got ItwJo' hits and Bob Goecke, Lyle JLoebach and Bob Schneider onle each for the .winners. Waller Pitches AHSib First 11 Victory Algona's Bulldogs rode the neat 5-hit pitching of Tom Waller and a. seven-hit attack, to a 4-1 victory over Emmetsburg Tuesday. The win was the first for Coach Keith Christie's team during the 1961 season. The-locals will host Clarion at the fairgrounds here Friday at 5:30 p.m., then will be idle for several days. Emmetsburg got off on the right track Tuesday,' getting a run in the home half of the first inning. Waller then shut out the home club the rest oi the way. Meanwhile, the Bulldogs tied the, count with a single run in the top of the second, scored ? go-ahead counter in the third and clinched the decision with a pair in the -top of the fifth. Waller struck out eight ant? walker one. Larry'Klein led Algona stickers with a double and single. Waller, Chuck Streit Bob Pratt, Sig Wood and Bot Ellefson got Algona's other hits Fort Dodge registered a 4-1 win over the Bulldogs at Fort Dodge Friday, outhitting the lo cals 6-2 and committing threi errors while Coach Christie':team was guilty of five miscues The winners got two runs each in the second and sixth innings while Algona got its run in the top of the sixth on a walk and single by Chuck Streit, who go both Algona hits. His other blow was a double. Ken Egel went all the way on the hill for Algona, striking OLI three and walking five. Fourtuer Algona hitters struck out durinp the game. The Algona Fresh-Soph team registered a 15-12 win over Eagle Grove on the local diamond Wednesday evening, June 21. Steve Hardy, who relieved Marlyn Struecker on the mound in the second inning, was the winning pjtcher. Algona's big inning was the third when the locals got eight runs. Top stickers were Durant, Burtis and Dailey with two hits each. Burtis clouted the longest hit for the little Bulldogs, a double. LITTLE LEAGUES Five t«ams remained unbea en after another full week a little league action. The Sops Chiefs and Bears in the International League and the Orioles and Indians in the Americar loop all have clean slates; However, either the Soos or Chiefs bit the' dust for the first time last evening (Wednesday) as they collided at the Athletic Park. Results: International—Chiefs 11, Bees 6; Bears 17, Demons 3 Saints 7. Demons 6; and Foxes 12, Hawks 9. American—Indians 6, Yanks 1; Tigers 8, Twins 5; White''Sox 18, Red Sox 10; and Orioles 7, Yanks 6. National- Pirates 5, Braves 3; Cards 6, Pirates 1; and Braves 1, Cards 0. Standings International • • • ' W L Soos 2 0 Chiefs —2 0 Bears ; 2 0 Saints -2 1 Foxes 2 1 Bees —0 2 Demons ;—_-0 Is HaWks —0 3 American " W L Orioles "___.,__ -3 0 Indians __• 2 0 Tigers 1 2 1 Twins ______—I' 1 White Sox 1 2 Yanks 1 3 Red Sox —._——-.0 ' • 3 National W L Cubs 3 1 Cards : —3 2 Braves „___._,—^__ 2 3 Pirates — _„„__ -1 ' 3 Little league coaches and umpires met with Leon Vann director of the program and Everett Barr of the city playgrpund commission to discuss and'iron' out any problems that have cropped up since .the season began June 12. • Out of the discussion came these results: the player bench setup at Lucia Wallace will be improved; coaches are limited to one time out per inning, and "must ..recove their .pitcher i£. a secdnd • time is called; 3 innings will serve as an official game in all leagues in case of rain or darkness; and on deck circles for the waiting batter will be put in at all parks, so the batter and next batter.will be the only players allowed off the team bench. Vann also announced that he would like to have more • little leaguers report to the morning playground program at the Athletic Park from 9 to 11:30, Monday through Friday, He is conducting a complete baseball program, with a question and an swer period each day. Prep Sectional Opens Here On Jul 10 ' file* twd Atgottfl prep baseball teams, v <5terrigaii "a'h'd 'AJgona High, will Jdce each other, in the first round of the' state high school sectional baseball toum^ eys. Garrigan -will hosjt the totir- hament for this area. The pairings follow: July 10— Titonka Vs. West Bend, 5 p.m.; Burt vs. Corwith- Wesley, . 6;30 p.m.; Algona high VS. Oarrigan, 8 p.m. July 12— Qilmore City-Bradgate vs. Boone Valley .of Renwick. 6:30 p.m.; Swea City vs. Tittmka- West Bend winner, 8 p.m. July 14 — Semi-finals, 6:30 p.m.. lower bracket; Semi-finals, upper .bracket, 8 p.hi. • July It-'Finals, 7:30 p.m. Schtral of Fenton will meet Emmetsburg at Graettinger, July 10 at 8 p.m., and Ringsted rnee^s. Rttthven at 5 p.m." July 10, at Graettinger', in other area team sectional play, St. Joe Wins To Take Second In County League St. Joe topped Lone Rock, 5-4 at Lone Rock Sunday in the only jame'played in; the Kossuth -punty Baseball' League and moved into undisputed second jlace in the loop. : •••.•-.• This Sunday is an open date 'or the four-team league, with action set (9 resume at St. Joe and Lone Rock July 9. Half ot the-loop schedule has been played and West :> Bend holds a IM- game'lead. Errors . proved to be Lone Rock's downfall Sunday, ^he osers outhit the winners, * 9-6 >ut committed seven miscues ivhile th^ winners played error- ess ball.. Henderson and Holmes pitched'for St. Joe and Bollinger ivent all the. way on the hill for Rock. Standings •,"'•-.•"' W West. Bend. _ : 4 St.. Joe —„_ . 3 Humboldt —— 2 .one Rock _—.—_——2 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bushcr ol Belle Plaine recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Mrs. Busher wore the same wedding gown she wore 25 years ago Girls Softball Teams Score A Lot Of Runs Here !> are the* results of girls Softball games played here during the past week: Junior Girls—Chicklets 25. Rockettes 20; Kaydettes 17, Red< birds 10; Bomberettes 22, Samplers 6; Rodbirds 4, Rockettes 1, Kaydetes 18, Chicklets 9. Senior Girls—Orioles 16, Canaries 12; Larks 23, Starlights 13, Robins 20, Jays 18; Jays 21, Bluebells 4; Canaries 24, Bluebirds 12. . Safety Award Mayor C. C. Shierk was pre- <entecl with a safety award by Frank Ulish, assistant director of education for the state safety department, at the city hall here Wednesday evening. The award was presented to the city for its and the only item that would record of no traffic deaths during Reb Johnson Of Algona Is Drake Letter Winner Wayne (Reb) Johnson, a three- sport star during his high schooi career here, was one of 19 varsity trackmen honored with a varsity letter by Drake University this week. A total of 59 Drake athletes received letter* for basketball, baseball, golf, tennis and track. Johnson, one of the greatest trackmen ever to represent Al- pona high school, was the class A 100-yard and 220-yurd state champion in 1959 and won the 220 and was a niemebr of the state championship 830-yard relay team a year earlier. He recently completed his sophomore year at Drake. TICKETS sad carbon cash register rolls at the Uppe/ Moia r :s Pub. Co., Alguna. THERE'S A REASON WHY MORE and MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING FURNITURE and CARPETING PETERSEN "FURNITURE IN FENTON Quality Furniture With Realistic Prices COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF JOHN MORRELL & CO. ESTHERVILLE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT CATTLE GERALD FRANKL CATTLE BUYER CALL ALGONA, CYpress 4*4814 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2.2344 When Ready To Sell -Co II Morrell! WHERE MORE PEOPIE DO MORE BUYING AND the .past-y^A plilsFith* elty's nyc- ftrain on 'safety BrSCJiw eniaffie- ftieut. 'An, ;'6nalylirf^;f|f ' ' sSJtety Ulish, Stroke Victim Funeral services for Mrs. Norman Pingel,' 76, Ledyard, wen held Monday at 2 p.m. in tht Methodist church, -with ReV, F G. Samek officiating. Burial waf at Highland, Home cemetery arid G^try Funeral Home, Bancroft was,-in cnarge of»• arrangements. ,'t,Mr£. Pingel died at" the Blue Eattft: Minn, -hospital at 4:30 p,nt Thursday/.She had suffered 'a stroke two days earlier. Born Feb. 11, 1885 at Chicago Mary^Looft was the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Looft. She came to Kossuth county at the age of two, was educated in rural schools and resided in the county for 'the past'74 years. She was married to,'Norman Pingel at her parents' home, rural Ledyard, Feb. 26, 1907. The Pingels farmed for a while, then moved, to Ledyard 45 years ago. -Mrs Pingel was a charter member of the WSCS of the Methodist church and May 21 was presented with a lifeimembership'in the society. Survivors, besides her husband, include a son, Lawrence, Algona; two sisters, »Mrs. Orville Anderson, Des Moines, and Mrs. Douglas McKerizie, Toronto, Canada; six brothers, William, Saskatchewan, ' Canada, Edward, Lakota. Fred 'and Bernard, Swea' City. Albert,, Bancroft, •; and .George, Ledyard; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Building Park Bancroft's Boy Scouts are developing a park in the south part of town—a project that 'promises to keep thfem busy for some time. -The. area being used is a block long-and half-block wide. The Scouts plan to have an ath- j letic field, complete if,frfrrffmrw*M*«fg"wr™w««w««««MMi Miscellaneous POPULAR- AVON COS Mas' opening . in -Feriton. . Fine earnings, convenient hotuss. .Write Avon, Box 147, Fort Dodge, Iowa. (25-26) IF YOU ARE HAVING BLE BUYING CAR INSURANCE SEE L. S. BOHANNON, 6 .N. DODGE, ALGONA, 1A, Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS: A most sincere thanks to friends and relatives -who helped make our 25th wedding anniversary a most memorable occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth. 26* CARD OF THANKS For the maihy comforting acts of neighbors and friends during our recent bereavement, we express our ithanks; also for.'the cards, visits, flowers and gifts during Mrs. Kayser's stay, in St. Ann hospital. Your many acts of kindness will long be remember-" ed. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Kayser and family. '/ 26* CARD OF THANKS We want to thank all relatives, frieods and neighbors for food,' help, cards and kind words of sympathy expressed alt the loss of our sister, Mrs. James Kelso. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan. 26* II could happen to you 1 The unexpected can wipe out your savings. Law suits . . . loss of home and possessions from fire ... medical expenses for accident or illness . . . Ihese are' the things ihai can bring financial ruin! And they can happen to you. Better see Jim Kolp of the ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY. Vacation Specials -n-insjf «-«JSW^^^^^«,,^ ' CARb OF THANKS We would like t§; ttfank $\lf J -~ •"' f ,t«e Jufiter : t**.=? tJ _ .Afca-j. fctfcd floM»S f '.'j!Miifi ' Kfefii Family. 126* (3 EOW) We- are loaded with many of the finest used cars we have ever been able to offer area buyers. Here are just a few: 2 — 1960 Chevrolet Biscaynes, 2-door, tires like new, 6 cyl., radio, heater, standard transmission, extra clean, runs perfect, 1-white, 1-turquoise, ONLY _______________________ $1650 1960 Chevrolet Ret Air 2-dr., A new tires, radio, heater, 6-cyl., straight stick, real clean, perfect condition, NOW _____________________ $1750 1959 Pontiac Catalina 4-dr., radio, automatic transmission ---------- '. --------------- $1695 1959 Ford Galgxie 4-dr., V-8, automatic transmission, radio, heater, rqrin' to go, ------ $1790 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-dr., V-8, automatic transmission, power steering and brake*, tires like new, clean, Ipw mileage. — • ---- - — - — $1195 1956 Chevrolet 310 station wagon, V-8, automatic transmission, radio, engine completely overhauled, can be broken in like new car. ---- $995 1956 Plymouth Savoy 4-dr., V-8; straight stick, extra good tires. TRUCKS 2-1959 Chevrolet '/i-ron pickups, Pleetsides, 8-ft. box, V-8 engine, 2-1955 ford F-6QO trucks, 8=2$ x 20 tires, 2-speed axle, real MANY CHOOSE FROM. AND MAPS TQ Kossuth Motor Co. Southwest ef Courthouse CY 4-3554 ALGONA w ™.* or THANKS •» i We wiish to extend- our most sincere thanks ,to f friends arid relatives" fof <Ke"floi?al'ahld s^i'ritual b&uqueta; 'c^f ds, " f f pod,' afad ^to USED MACHINERY 1953 Massey Harris 44-4, Hydraulic, motor A-l .. $1250 1951 Massey Hafris 44-4, ' Hydtaulic\,in excellent* condition' .".. $1550 1958 Moline 445, Hydraulic, : Liv« PTO, a good .one ^ $2100 1957 Oliver Super 8# Diesel, ' ' Complete hydraulic, wide; t ' fronit, power' &dj.. whls.,.; , Live PTO ll—-I-$3100 1941 Moline Z w/1948 engine: ,. runs"good __i_" i-l*t $425 Ifl49 Allis WD, good tire« — $995 1953 Oliver 88 Diesel,, wide •front, hydraulic, large; \ > S, Sleeves and pistons ____ $2450 1941 JD ''A", Str., Lts., C Pump -^_i_—' ——- $675 1945 MH 101, Sr., Str., K Lts. -_.-.- --• $695 1946 JD "B", Str., Lts., ; ^ Hyd. ___—— —— $525 1958 Gehl Chopper, PTO, .'. corn head, clean _ $1550 New Holland PTO Blower, '60' pipe, rubber' conveyor, 4 years old —_. $525 Gehl Blower, 50' pipe, good $375 Gehl Chopper w/engme, ;... Com and hay heads i.—-- $650 JOE BRADLEY CY 4-2421 Algona, la. ev&ryofte who helped in every way following the death of our ffived \#ife,and mothsr., Jatttes gelsa and family. - (28*) GASC Of YoUflgwMh afid family. ,_U HM ail com&rtlng sy«iffmthy dM'ailn.'Bta' recentt Sort&w. Mr the BWdUfftl service, floral, Offerings, and w<n afe deeply, Arend Family.". , Go Forfh This In This Week's Special! 1959 DODGE CORONET 4 DOOR This is a two-tone rose and white beauty. New tires, automatic transmission, and radio. You may well be proud to drive this one over the July 4th week end. SEE IT TODAY I PERCSVAL MOTORS "LONG ON SERVICE" S, , , . HiWay 169 South — Algona, Iowa STANDBY PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can 79c STANDBY NEW PACK STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 3 12 Oz. 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