The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 8
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Garrigan To Sub-State; Wins District Title 13-3 6arri8a"n j s-"&oleleh Bears Soundly ,,whdmped 'tW6 district bifseball toufney foes to blast their way Int6 sub-state compe* titidn,' The game that moved the Bears up the. toufney ladder was an easy 13-3 decision over Central Lyons of RdcK 'Rapids Fri, day night at Graettinger. The Bears belted Lake Township, 121, in their opening district fray, At ihe present lime, Coach . Jim Geelan's crew proves to be 4 learn without'a lourney. Due io ihe fad rain has pr6< vented some district meats from being held, the Bears' sub-siaie foe and site f6r the first game will not be known uttiil-all Other district tour, neys f-have been completed. Meanwhile^ deelati will hold workouts io keep ihe locals sharp for their-next outing. Bill Rahm, with help, from t Bill Reed, who relieved on the "mound "in the fifth Inning, got credit for the- win over Central Lyons, i The .two chuckers gave up a. lofal'of'six. hits, while Garrigan ('got seven blows from the offerings of> starrer Ed Danisf^ and relievers Vinson, Brinkman and Driggs. The Bears committed three errors -and the losers '•tWO'lV • ;• '"' ,• .'•''':,;. A five-run'blast in the first •inning, that' was helped along by one base's [hits' by Dick Heinen Bill Reed, Steve Studer and Bol 'Schneider, got the locals headed in the right direction/They added two-runs in the third and put together three-run rallies in the fourth and seventh innings, while Central Lyons counted a single counter in the fourth and two in the fifth, Heinen got the only extra base hit, a double in the fourth, : for the .Bears, ana Olson arid Danish belted doubles for the losers. ; The win gave Garrigan a 12-2 season mark. Garrigan put together its biggest inning of the season to settle the issue with Lake Township. After playing to a 0-0 tie through the first three innings, ihe Bears chased home 12 rum in the top of the fourth and the losers counted one iri the home half of the same inning. The game was.called due to the 10- run rule. Bob Reed went all the, way for the Bears, allowing only) one hit while the locals racked up nine. Each team committed two errors. ; Dick Heinen belted a home run for the Bears on his second trip to the plate in the fourth 1 frame. ; Box score: Garrigan (13) AB R H Froehlich — ——4 10 Schneider 4 2 1 Rahm _j_..3 3 1 D. Heinen 5 2 2 Bob Reed - 3 3 1 Bill Reed —I . 3 2 1 Loebach 3 0 1 L. Heihen .^.^.i* 3 0 Studer j..*A^.»_4 0 (3) 32 13 A3 R Central Lyon Riter ....... ..-.. ..... 3 0 Wilkens ........ —..2 1 Danish ---- :± ........ ^4 1 Vlnsbn ----- ........ A 0 Dykstra ------ -— ..... 3 0 Driggs _____ ~ ....... —2 0 Olson .„.,— .. ....... 4 0 Koocker — ^ ---- r - ..... 2 0 B'rinkman • ----- ....... 2 1 , Brower _„ ----- L-- ~—2 0 Erisinger ............. 2 0 30 3 6 LITTLE LEAGUES The only unbeaten team among Algona's 19 little league clubs the Soos 'of- the International League, remained that way by the skiri of their teeth with a 4-3 win over the Bees this week. Five, more nights of play, tonight (Thursday) and Monday through Thursday next week, remain before the season ends. Standings: International W 'L Soos _ —6 0 Bears 4 1 Chiefs 3 1 Foxes ' .4 2 Saints ^ 2 4 Bees „___• 2 4 Hawks 0 4 Demons 10 5 American W L Tigers __..i._.._ 5 1 Indians 4 1 Orioles „„ 4 2 Twins _'_' •_._: 3 i Yanks .3 4 Red Sox 2 o White Sox ..0 6 National ' * W L Cubs' 6 4 Braves 6 5 Cards — : 6 5 Pirates ! 3 7 Results: International — Bees 24, Hawks 14; Bears 6, Foxes 4; Soos 4; Be^S 3; and Foxes 10, Saints 3; American — Tigers 11, White Sox 3; Yanks 20, Red Sox 5; Twins 9, Red Sox 3; and Indians 3, Orioles 0; National — Braves 15, Pirates 1; Cards 2, Pirates 1; and Cards 6, Braves 3. No-Hitter Goes To Waste As Bulldogs Tied No-hit pitching by Ken Egel, young lefty, was wasted by Algona's Bulldogs Friday in a 1 9- inning, 2-2 standoff with Emmetsburg at the fairgrounds Egel went all the way, struck 017 12, walked two and .hit one batter. Coach Keith Christie's team now has a 2-8-2 season record. ( The Bulldogs took >a 1-0 lead in the horhe half of the second inning as a walk, two fielder's choices, two errors, a wild pitch and single by Tom Waller, plated the run. Emmetsburg got its pair of tallies in the visitor's half of .he third. A walk, fielder's choice, stolen base, wild pitch and three errors by the Bulldogs sent the run home. Algona then knotted the count at 2-2 in the bottom of the third on a single by Bill Wetzel, a wild pitch and an error and icither team threatened until Sig Wood got a walk, was sacrificed to second, stole third, then died there'in the last of the ninth. Algona wound up with foui hits, including two by Wetzel and one each by Waller and Chuck Streit, and committed four errors. The visitors made five errors. Paulhouser went all the way on the mound for Emmetsburg. He struck out nine and walked six. • 4 fiend sure th West fiefid, Johnson sM West Ben-tl fiasf| lowing the losi _ . ed -fOf II committed ners made dne wtfg'dtie^i but was tou§h in-the 'ddfe as Lone fcock got i)a8t,St\,Joef The winners managed oWy.- from the offerings,! of 'He The losers made oh6 winners thfee. . V the Standings- West Bend Lone Rock St. Joe Humboldt W Mussels, oysters' and lobsters may .produce serious illness'un- less absolutely fresh/ , .-' Stock Car ftdce* ! Due <» keivy" raiils .whifttt Mtd» the traelt n qu'agnitMf.iio steek car races were held at the'fa'ffgftunds here Saturday flight, .A campleW program is seated to m heM. .beginning ait 8 P.M., this Sattfday night.'with many of the area's top drivers competing f6r -prize mohey, ' , 4. - s Legal Notices NOTICE OP APPOW&IENT IN THE MATTER'OF THE ESTATE OF John E. Sattdsgard, Deceased. IN PROBATE Notice of Appointment of EXECUTRIX IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has beehi appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of John E. Sahdisgard late of Kossu'th County, Iowa, ed eis ••ffl'lfifc,. ,ffi«3&;,haVing elaiffif.igtfrrst Mid deceasedi o* his autos •mHti < ; seist them- to-- like •' man-wet arid Dated ' A.D., 1081. 6i Jtity ' '- ' 'ESefiilfrix of said Mate, Mak M. Hettitngwjy^ Attorney NOTtCfii OP PftOBAIftt OF WILL 'STATE OF LOWA Kossuth County si. IN DISTRICT COtRT No. 7931 March Term, 1961 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY- CONCERN: . • YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, Thait a,n 'dnsitrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Princilli J. Loss, Deceased, dated July 3, 1936, and Codicil attached thereto dated September 27, i960, haying been this day filed, opened "and read,' Monday the! 7th day of . at the Obttf i H6u§e . M,*oa ;bdrt». the •))&* •ttift ttaittt of said CmHiifc 6f:th6, Ctek of said C«lfci;<*8'«fc tta o'clock A.M.. of the\diy< a&dVe aft ttersolis itttemtetf HIO 11 Ci CfcSjr ,ti\flMiJ.i.\.M. «*****. * *-*jw-»~»* ta appear, 'arid sftdvir eaiUse, if any they hiaV«r» why- Ingtrutnenili should hot be probated and, &1* lowed as and for, the* last Will ahd Testament of said deceased'..,' • flaited at Algott'a, IdWd, July 25> 1981, Alma Pearson - Clerk of the District Court By Elizabeth Galbraith, Depuly Linnan, Lynch & Straub,Attorneys - AQgona, Iowa ( NOTICE OPfROBATEOPWILL STATE OF' IOWA, Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7932 March Term, 1961 ' TO ALL WHOM IT,MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That 'an instrument of been this, drfy 1 ' tit las ' t5f/:ttett; ened att , *ead,< Monday-' m\1 day August,'' 1661' ls\fi*6d fbf hea &*oof -6f''SHf|» at the C6ut; •Hous'eMifi Algohi, I6wW, before the' District Court of- said Couh- ty, |,Br the'.'Ofcfk. <rf. kid Court} and at ten tftibotiM.} s df tfte day ab&velnelitiphed all pel-son^ Wtefa'sted-ife f hereby ndtifiea and required .,to &ppt&, arid show Cttulfe, ,i£ "any they have, why instrument, should hot be itfobated aftd allowed ^3 ahd tot the last' Will and Testament of said deceased. , Dated at Algona, Iowa, July ,26, 1961, . , . , ,' Alma Pearson, * ; , Clerk Of ..the .'District- Court, ByrElkabeth Galbralth, • Deputy Shumway." Kelly & Fristedt, Attorney ;l .-,' Algona* IbwaV , i, West Bend And Lone Rock To Play For Title West Bend continued to hang on to first place in the Kossuth County Baseball League with a 9-3 win over Humboldt at West Bend Sunday. Lone Rpck remained one game from the tBJJ with a 5-1 win over St. Joe at Lone Rock. The two top teams in the loop, West Bend and Lone Rock, could be tied for first IF Lone Rock can pick up a win at West STOREWIDE SUMMER NOW IN PROGRESS,- - AT THE 'HUB' SUITS * ^ f '•':•• New low prices in Men's Year-Round Suits. Famous Brand Suits now reduced to 3 exciting price groups.' Get here»;early for best selection. PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER SIMMONS iutciM BtAUTYREST FREE VAN DELIVERY a Night-for the soundest sleep any mattress can give... BEAUTYREST has the PROOF Simmons 10 year guarantee brings the price down to about 2c a night. Beautyrest gives more periods of deep sleep than any other mattress. 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