The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1961 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1961
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4-Afgdna (la.) Upper DM Main** Thursday, July 13, KOSSUTH COUNTY P OUT S St. Joe, West Bend Take Loop Wins Sunday The second half of the split season of the Kossuth County Baseball League got underway as St. Joe and West Bend took opening victories. St. Joe pasted Humboldt, 20-3, at St. Joe and West Bend edged Lone Rock 75, at-Lone Rock. West Bend Won the first half title. Henderson and Holmes held Humboldt to five blows where their mates warn getting 18 as St. Joe won. fa!»Uy. The winners committed thtse errors and tho ' losers., two..Marcellus hurled.for the losers." Hits were all even at LONP Rock as each club got seven. Errors made the difference as the losers committed six and the wlh'iers four. Mertz atid Hoi- kind pitched .Cor \\vst Bena while Bollingor and Cook worked on the hill for Lone flock. Standings W l St. Joo ,.1 0 West Bend „_...! 0 Lone Rock „.+ ^0 1 Kumboldt ._ —0 1 Lone Rock will travel'to Hum* boldt and St. Joe will make the trip to West Bend for games this Sunday. Swea Wins, 17-4 Swea City high schools .baseball team overpowered Sentral, 17-4, at Swea City Thursday night. Terry Johnson hurled the win for the Trojans, while Roger Conway, who belted a home run and triple, and Jim Grabianowski and Mike Stewart, who hit triples, furnished much o\ the punch at the plate. Luedtke Bancroft Junior Legion Annexes District Title Dick Donahue hurled the Bao* croft Junior Legion team to the district title, With a 16 to 1 win over Laurens at Port Doflge Sunday night. Bancroft in its three tournament games sctorea 64 runs in beating Boone, Britt and Laurens.. ; ' Bancroft will now play the winner of district nine at Schaller. The foe will be dither Le- Mars or Rembrandt, with the winner going to the : sectios*}] tournament. ,'J DuWayne Hatton and Al Menke each belted honjers against Laurens for Coach Jim Meyers crew. got hit, Sentral's only a double. extra base CARBON PAPERS, office supply dept,. Upper Des Moines Pub. 'Co., Algona. CHIEF BALD EAGLE DIAMOND RIDES AGAIN! 0 Com on pony, bobsled or covered wagon. ALL w.elcome at DIAMOND'S WIG WAM. Hottest BARGAINS in reservations. U Com — U See — Diamond's TeePee! LITTLE LEAGUES The Bees routed the Saints^ 19-3, and the Foxes edged the Demons, 4-3, in the Intefrnation- al League, the Red Sox got past the Orioles, 14-13, and the Tigers belted the Yanks, 12-1, in the American League and the Braves downed the Cubs, 2-1, in the National League in Little league play here this week. Play will continue, Monday through Thursday each week at three sites from new through Aug. 3. Standings: International W L Soos _ 3 0 Bears 3 0 Foxes 3 1 Chiefs -2 1 Saints - 2 2 Bees 1 3 Hawks - 0 3 Demons -0 4 American W L Tigers 4 1 Orioles 3 1 Indians 2 1 Twins 2 1 White Sox • 1 3 Red Sox 1 3 Yanks 1 4 Stocks Rolled Saturday /tor >. . . lJ-ft* it. -,. ..' '• -. f t *>H * r " ^ ' -, "5- - 1 "... - ™ D. Heinen —-*-l Bob 1 Keed .-^-—3 Bill Heed -2 Goecke -• -l Loebach — --2 L, Heinen _ .'—-1 L. Proehlich 0 Studer .. -'-—*.-" ''A Algona (0) Afi Nsylor «,.....,..2 Waller -....« 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 .1 1 ft 0 0 M 0 0 .»..- 2 <M fl Rueck —. ^-a-2 ,0', 0 Klein. *;**^*4~&4J* 00 Ellefsott* ^-.nJ.fc—2 0 , 0 Streit -'—- I 0 0 Wood * '—— 0 0 0 Helmers -*—-.—.-I. 0 . 0 Egel ...-.-I 0 0 Obefwetlev 0 0 0 15 SALHS BOOKS — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Thrills;.were plentiful as the slocks rolled (literally) at the fairgrounds here during another big nighlt of races-Saturday. Many minor .collisions and slight scrapes were practically forgotten by .the crowd when four cars shot through the south fence and wound up in a variety 'of positions on the sod below duriug the eighth lap of the feature evenlt. . Two of the cars are shown in the above photo. The one lying on its side in the foreground (bearing the inscription — "Don't Fence Me In") was driven by Yancey Derringer, Mason Gity, while the other vehicle was driven, by Darrell Bums of Estherville. The Derringer car carried the other auto, one of the fastest ever;seen here, broadside through the fence and cars driven by Sam Eslick'and Bob Garrett, both of Fort Dodge, went through at nearby spots, Eslick winding up east of the two-car pile-up and Garrett landed west of the wreckage. Ali -four cars were damaged. Two drivers and the owner of one of the vehicles were taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment of injuries. Richard Brock, Hardy, owner of one of the cars, had an inch torn off the end of a thumb when it gat caught on a bumper of one of the vehicles as men rolled it back on its wheels, Burns suffered a cut over his right eye and a shoulder abrasion and Derringer was x-rayed for possible injuries He was shaken : up in the-crash. Several stitches .were required to repair Burns' head-cut. After a 30-45 minute delay while the cars were hauled away, Les Wildin of Algona went on to take the feature, passing Duane Sebold, Mason City, on the next /to last turn. Sebold had a big lead when the crash that stopped the race occurred. He came in second and Bud Fair of Fort Dodge took third. Another night of racing is scheduled here this Saturday night. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) •' ' How much interest ^ . •' . will you pay in 1965? , IT COULD BE LESS... if you have a Land Bank Loan! Three times in the past the Federal Land Bank has voluntarily reduced the interest rate on all existing loans—a reduction made possible because the Land Bank is owned by those who use its services. Come in and let us tell you about the many advantages ,of a Land Bank loan on land, whether it's used to pay off debts, to buy land, to make improvements or for other purposea FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS'N. E. H. "Gene" Hutchins, Manager ALGONA (south of Penney's) Mon. & Wed. ^ FOREST CITY (W. of Forester Hotel) Tuesday & Pfiday Tyke, C-Wesley, Garrigan Win Sectional Openers National Cubs Braves Cards —3 Pirates 2 W .4 ..4 WHYJIBUM AROUND THE COUNTRY LOOKING FOR BARGAINS? WHEN YOU CAN BUM AROUND HERE AND FIND THE BEST! DAVIS Quick-Dry SPRAY PAINT The easy way to enamel — no brushes needed. Just push the button and paint. Dries in five minutes to a smooth, tough, durable enamel surface. Buy at many cans 6s you need. Reg. $1.69 Wide range. All' popular Colors. Si 2 9 Save 61c DA-LUXE NON-YELLOWING WHITE ENAMEL You get a FULL HALF PINT at less than half price. Use on any paintable surface inside or out. Da-Luxe goes on White . . . Stays White. Finish looks like porcelain — stands repeated washing. LIMIT — 2 CANS TO A PERSON Reg. $1.00 Vi PINT 39 ONE-HALF PINT DA-SPAR SPAR VARNISH Buy 1 Quart at Regular Price — Gel Extra Quart for ONLY Buy 1 Gallon at Regular Price — Get Extra Gallon for ONLY Extra tough top quality Spar Varnish for Exterior surfaces . . . also use for inside. Will not soften, chip or mar. Perfect for doors, window sills. Dries to brilliant high gloss. Gallon Reg Price $7.85 Quart Reg. Price $2.40 Absolute Close-Out On Room Lots Of Wallpaper REDICULOUS PRICES SIDEWALK BARGAIN BAZAAR Ridickulus ITEMS — Ridickulus Prices I Be Sure To Register inside the store for Beautiful 4 Seasons WALL PLAQUES to be given away FREE! Prizes for the craziest dressed customer. There will be a reviewing stand and judges. $10 for best mens costume. $10 for best ladies costume. $5 for best children's costume. This will be at 3:00 P.M. Friday. This contest is for the general public, and not for store employees. BOB REDING GOES INSANE! "I Can't Stand 'Em! Get 'em outa here! —Cries Lunatic As Hauled Away. No wonder Bob is raving mad. He's waited so long for redikalus days to get here so he could offer you folks prices like you've never seen, that he finally wants to have everything marked down and moved out. In fact, he's been saving some of this merchandise far years. But it's every bit as good as when it came in the store in 1910. So come on in and take advantage of this nutty character's low, low prices . . . That once-in-a-lifetime deal. Reding's Davis Paint BOB REDING Titonka, Corwith-Wesley and Garrigan posted first round wins in sectional tournament play at Garrigan Field Monday evening. Titonka sidelined West Bend, 31, Corwith-Wesley blasted Burt, 17-7, and Garrigan belted Algona high, 10-0. Tho final two games failed to go seven innings due to the 10-run rule which prevails. Two games were slated last night (Wednesday). Gilmore City-B r a d g a t e met Boone Valley of Renwick al s 6:30 and Swea Chy tangled" with Tiionka at 8 p.m. Semi, final round games are slated i Friday at 6:30 and 8 p.m. ; and the finals will be played Monday, July 17, at 7:30 p.m. The winner will advance to district competition. Best game of the first night was the Titonka-West Bend affair. The Indians counted two runs in the third inning and a single tally in the fifth, while West Bend get i's lone run in the sixth as S.i.ith belted a double to send Wilderman home. • Monson hurled the w.n for the Indians, allowing lour hits, while Welter was the loser, allowing five bingles. The losers committed seven errors, the winners none. Corwith-Wesley closed out its game with Burt with a four-run rally in the final frame. The winners outhit the losers, 10-7. and made six errors while the losers miscued five times. Jerry Daniels was the winning pitcher, while Tieman took the loss. Shipman belted a triple and Moore a double for Corwith- Wesley and Rasmussen collected a triple for the losers. ' Pitcher Bill Rahm hurled a perfect five-inning game while leading Garrigan to its easy win over the Bulldogs. His control was near-perfect and he had Algona batters swinging helplessly at most of his deliveries. A fly ball, hit by Gary Naylor in the fourth inning to centerfield, was the only ball hit out of the infield by the Bulldogs. Rahm whiffed 10 and didn't issue a Meanwhile, Garrigan teed off on the pitching of Ken Egel and took advantage of Algona's mental and physical errors to win with ease after taking a 3-0 lead into the top of the fourth. A double by Oscar Froehlich, singles by Bob Schneider and Bob Reed, who had a perfect night at the plate, a walk to Dick Heinen, stolen base an« WJ14 Pit ch Save Garrigan two runs in the first. A double by Lyle Loebach, a walk and an error by Egel sent in Garrigan's third run in the second. A seven-run rally in -the fourth wrapped up the decision. Two walks, two hit batsmen, three errors, a pair of stolen bases and singles by Bob and Bill Reed arid Froehlich added up to seven runs. Egel hurled the first 3 2/3 innings and Tom Waller, who struck out the last four hitters he faced, finished up for the Bulldogs Bob Reed drove home three runs with his three bingles ano Froehlich got a pair of blows. The Bulldogs committed five errors. Box score: smSSaW' AS B H O. fVoebUch 3 l f Calling All Who Know Qualify And Bargains! STANDBY SEEDLESS CONCORD GRAPE JAM GIANT T LB. 4 OZ. 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