The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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(la.) Upper P« MotnM Thuraday, July' 6, t $61 Five Run Frame Puts Garrigan toslM-Cify A five-run fourth inning ex-1 plosion carried Garrigan to a '6-2 vietbry over the Mason City Junior Legion team at GarHfia'n ' Field here Monday night. The **game, scheduled for Saturday » night, was 'postponed to Monday »due to rain. * Coach Jim Geelan's team wlli V host the Fort podge Junior Le- ^giqn team at Garrigan Field to «, night (Thursday), then prepare •*for the sectional baseball tourna- ^ment at Garrigan, beginning m Monday. * Mason City got single runs ir ^the first and second innings and wheld a 2-0 lead when Garrigan *! erupted Monday. The Bears load' ed the bases on walks and count* ed one run on an outfield erroi *and another on an-infield mlscue. » Oscar Froehlich then belted t "•.triple, sending home the final '* three runs of the frame. •it; The Bears wrapped up the " scoring with a single run in the "sixth. . I »>.; Bill Rahm went all the way on "the mound for Garrigan, .allow- «ing six hits and walking f our «* while whiffing 10. Jerry Brown 7 Was the losing pitcher. •*; Four Bears, with one hit each * phared batting honors. They were tFroehlich, Dick Heinen, LeRoy «»Heinen and Bob Goecke. •*< ; . The Bears registered an easy "*:i2-5 win over Britt at Britt June ,28, pounding out 11 hits to the" Closers' three. The teams commit** ted 10 errors, including six by Britt. .. . ••' 5;' Bob Reed started on the * mound for Garrigan. He was re- M lieved in the fourth, by Bob »Schneider, who was relieved by •*• JBill Rahm in the seventh. De•* tl)*.«.,*./a «ironf All fVio ^i/av fnr "Rritt ~ Waard Went all the way for Britt. Qatrigfin got one run in the Second, five ih the fourth as Steve Studer belted a home run, twc in the sixth and four in thi Seventh when Dick Helnen pokec a no'mer. Britt got a single rur in the sifcth and four in thr seventh, Bob Goeke added t two-base hit to the Bears' long' ball game. West Bend Man * r Tops Stock Car Field Tuesday Leo Christenseri, West Bend farmer who doubles as a gooH stock car driver, piloted his old Chrysler to victory in the feature event And two other heat races during the July. Fourth face program at the fairgrounds before a large crowd Tuesday afternoon. Only mishap during the day occurred" when Duane Sebold of Mason City slamnted into 'the large.stage opposite the grandstand just as he came down the straightaway to begin his time trial. The mishap put his car out for the day and'cut the field to 10 cars. , ' • * A big program of racing is on tap again this Saturday night—and it is expected the weight or nine cars put out .of action in area races during the long weekend will be here ready for more competition. Christensen, whose car holdr the inside of the turns bettei than any other, edged past LCF Wildin, Algona, early in the feature and won handily. Wildin finished second and Bud Fair Fort Dodge, was third. Christensen began the race in sixth place His other wins were in the third hetat and Australian Pursuit. Larry Cook, Algona, took the first heat, Yancey Derringer grabbed the second heat and the semi-main event. Al Van Stoy, Rockwell City driving a low-slung, ultra; noisy modified car set the. pace ir time trials with a :313;; timing but, was bottled up arid ,had' t£ eat dust ih every other event. He failed to place. County BB Loop Begins Action Again Sunday . Three teams' will attempt to overhaul West Bend as the second half, of the Kossuth County Baseball ,o League schedule gets underway^ this Sunday •, at* two sites. An 'open date was on the schedule Sunday, July 2. Humboldt will, travel to St Joe and West Bend to Lone Rock for games this Sunday. Humbpldf and St. Joe have split two 'gaiiies- so far arid West Bend and : L6ne Rock have shared two one-rut; contests. Standings . W West Bend 4 St. Joe -.—3 Humboldt - 2 Lone Rock 2 Sectional BB Meet Will Open Here Monday Pairings for the high schoo 1 sectional baseball tournament at Garrigan Field here, beginning Monday, were released this week. Give Your child a VALLEY FORGE Bedroom and save all around Here is the tourney lineup 6; games; '•Monday, 5 p.m. — -Titonka vs West Bend; Monday, 6:30 p.m. •* •Burt vs. Corwith-Wesleyj Mon day, 8 p.m. — Algona public vs Garrigan. Wednesday, 6:30 p.m — Gilmore City-Bradgate vs Boone Valley; Wednesday, 8 p.m — Swea City vs. Titonka-Wes Bend winner; Semi-final round games will be played Friday at 6:30 and 8 p.m and the fiiilals are slated at 7:30 p.m, Monday, July 17. ' LITTLE LEAGUES This rugged solid maple Valley Forge furniture by Baumritter is a natural for your child. Gives him storage room for everything, turns even a small bedroom into his own private world. Custom-planned to make his room seem larger, give him more room for study and play. Makes it easier for him to keep things neat, too. Choose the pieces he needs most and see how the inexpensive price tag makes possible delightful savings. Give him his own Valley Forge "living bedroom" today for years of pleasure. FREE VAN DELIVERY 30" Two Door Cabinet $55.90 30" Three Drawer Chest S59.00 30" Upper Bookcase Unit S«.50 24" Bookcase S49.50 24" Upper BooKcase Unit 539.50 30" Corner Desk S55.90 Desk Chair S19.50 30" Four Drawer Chest 573.50 Bookcase Headboard S75.90 Algona's little leaguers reached the July Fourth break in their schedules with three of the 1_ teams still unbeaten. Play in (he three loops will begin again. Monday through Thursday each week, July 10 and'continue through August 3. Any, makeup Barnes will be played by August 10 if rain should force postponement of contests before the season officially closes. During the last week of play games wound up like this: International — Saints 7, Demons 6;-Foxes 12, Hawks 9; Soos 14, Chiefs 4; and Bears 17, Bees 1. American — White Sox 18, Red Sox 10; Orioles 7, Yanks 6; Tigers J, Indians 3; and Twins 11, White Sox 7. National — Braves 1, Cards 0'; Pirates 6, Cubs 2; and Braves 2 Pirates 0. Standings 'International - > ' W L- Soos 3 t Bears „ 3 C Saints—— 2 1 Foxes 2 1 hiefs _•___ 2 1 Bees 0 o Demons _' •_ 0 S Hawks . 0 ; 3 , American '* *£ " ' ' ' \~ W L Orioles __.____._ 3 0 Tigers 3, f l Indians 2 >'l Twins .1—2 1 Yanks —1 3 White Sox — 1 3 Red Sox 0 3 National W L Cubs 3 2 Cards 3 '!. Braves 3 2 Pirates' __ 2 4 Coaches of undefeated teams are Walt Hagcn of the Soos, Re>, Voyles, Charles Schafer and Dallas Klein of the Bears and Cecil Snyder and Jerry Anderson of the Orioles. At the present 12 teams are playing ball at a .500 or better clip. An attempt is being made to get used gloves for boys on International League teams that don't have them at present. Coaches who have boys without gloves should call CY-4-3448 after 7 p.m. Mayor Busy On OMVUntox, Driving Cases Three Algonans, Gary Pente cost, George Lichter and Ales Reefer, were charged with intoxication in Mayor C. C. Shierk'r court here during the Weekend Pentecost and Lichter were giv en '30-day suspended sentences and Reefer was fined $25 and costs, with $15 suspended. Another Algonan, Russell L Sharp, was bound over to the next term of district court after he waived preliminary hearing on a charge of OMVI, fourth offense. His .appearance bond was set at $1,000 and .was furnished He was arrested here June 28. The week Was a busy one It- Shierk's court. Speeding fines were paid by Lester Frieden West Bend. $10, Kenneth Cummings, Gruver, $10, George Forsythe, West Bend, $10,' David Iverson, Lake Mills, $22, Lowell Lenz, Garner, $9, Raymond McNeil, Fort, Dodge, $12, Marlyn Paul, Swea City, $8, Dennis Scheffelman, Corwith, $9, and James Walker, Wesley, $10. In other cases heard by the mayor, Wayne Bannister, Mallard, was fined $25 for failing to have his car under control and $10 for speeding; Leon Bilyeu Algona, $25, failing to have car under control; Don Schaap, Algona, $25, disorderly conduct; Duane Hilbert, LuVerne, no brake lights, $5; Roger Leininger, Algona, $5, lound mufflers; DaV- id Green, Mason City, $5, stop sign; and Harlan Van Stoy : >5, towing improperly registered vehicle. . Costs were assessed in addi- ion to fines. Funeral Held At Burt For y J. W. Dorrance Burt — Funeral services for Joseph W. Dorrance, 85, were held in the First Presbyterian church Wednesday at 2 p.m., with Rev. H. A. Smidt officiating Burial was at the Burt cemetery Mr. Dorrance, former long-time Burt area farmer, died Sunday at a nursing home at Fairmont, where he and his wife have resided since 1941. Ha suffered a TERMS ESTABLISHED x«cu»w»3XO»»K^oi^ao^aac«OK«5<K^ Bancroft Legion To Semi-Finals The Bancroft Junior Legion baseball team will enter the semifinals of the district tournament at Fort Dodge, Friday, meeting Britt at 6 p.m. Bancroft downed Boone 20 to 3, with Dick Donahoc hurling for Bancroft. The Kossuth team poled out 19 hits. The other semifinal contest finds Cowrie going against Laurens at 8:30 p.m. , W _VW_V_V-W.V_V-W_W, USED PORTABLE \T I V. You can not tell this from a new set. Beautiful white with gold trim and has UHF too. PERFECT FOR THE LAKES ONLY Honor Roll The name of Bob Gerber, Algona high school junior, was in advertantly deleted from the final honor roll for the 1960-'61 school year printed in this newspaper last week. His name brought to 80 the total of stu dents honored. SHIPPING TAGS — Upper Dee Moines Pub. Co., Algona. WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS FOR MiN, WOMEN AND MlXiP DOUBLES TEAMS FOR THE FALL SiASON - SIGN UP NOW TO BOWL IN KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST AND MOST MODERN BOWLING LANES --- WHERE PEOPLE BOWL BY CHOICE ALGONA LANES Bob Rifdtl 0nd Qgyif Rgjlfy, •110 NEAR NEW TAPE RECORDER will play 2 or 4 track stereo tape, ONLY 87 All KINDS OF TRANSISTOR RADIOS STIU THE LARGEST SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM IN ALQQNA - PERFECT FOB THE IAKE$ SEE AT TOM'S RADIO & TV stroke _$ yeafs ago and had been bedfast • since September, I960. , ' i J. W,> afi he, .wfts •khwh* i to his many. friends > at Burt;*' was born Mar. 9, 1876 at Pawnee' City, Nebraska, a son of .QUrn.orc and Florence Dbrrance. Me-war married - to Netti6 . ,L; * Stahl af Burt Jan. 14, 1903. Mr. and Mrs, Dorrance farmed for seven years in Nebraska, moved to-Fairmont where they lived utittt 1S24, then to Burt where they lived until their retirement in 1941. Me was a member of the Fairmont jCoiv gregational church, Masonic Lodge at Burt, where he was honored several years ago,, as a 55-year member, Scottish Rite x Des Mo-tfctftod Write Minneapolis,'' *" "' ' " Besides his wife, he is survived bj» a sister, Mrs. Emli Benson. Lincoln, Neb?,, and a brtttafc Al- 1 bgrt-boWaMStocRton, Cat Ito .bfothers aid slst-fs preceded ift Two /Vfen Bound Over On Bad Check Charges 'Two Algona men, Leland firown and Don Etheririgton, Were bound over to district .e'ptlfi Wednesday morning 'fpI16Wfrtfc. fabliminary hearings on- charges of '-UK checks to Justice 5 'Delia Welter's court here. According to Sheriff Ralph Llndhorst, who picked, up the men'aJter Complaints Were filed here, both have priof Check records. 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