The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1954 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1954
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RACKS K. C. NINE, 134 Rodman Gomes ToAlgonaFor Next Loop Tilt f he Algona KCs got slammed 134, at Mallard Sunday, in E game that featured plenty of walks and only 14 hits, three by the losers. Blodman comes to town Sunday for an engagement with the locals at the KQ Park east of town. Mallard got off to a 7-0 lead in the home half of the first inning, and used only two hits to do it. Three errors, two walks-and three wild pitches got starting pitcher Corky Schilmoeller in the hole. None of the runs were earned. Algona came 'up with two rims five nvalks and a fielder's on choice in the tOpJofVthe second. and tallied another -ift . the first half, of the walks and a third on a base knock air of iy l?at Butler. However, .the home tearn came up with'two runs of .their own on two 1 hits in the last of the third to make it.9-3. The final Algona counter came in the 'first of the eighth after Mallard had run the count to 13-3 Bob Diekmann, Tony Winters and Butler got i the hits for the KCs, while Richart,.Hinrichs and Compton each contributed two of the winners' eleven safeties. Box score: Algona KCs (4) AB R H Christensen, ss. 4 0 0 Reding, If 4 0 0 Froehlich, Ib, p. 4 1 (i Butler, cf. 4 1 1 Diekmann, 2b. 3 2. 1 Winters, c 3 0 ' 1 Kramer, 3b. ._ 5 0 0 Elbert, rf. 2 0 0 D. Winkel, rf. 1 0 0 Schilmoeller,;p. — v.l 0. ; 0 E. Winkel, ID." j2 : '0.•''•..! 0 KC's Edge Livermore, 5 to 3 I- i "33 Mallwd (13) < AB Cole, c. ._L-.^L^——3 Johnson, cf. — 2 Richart, p. ___ 4 Hinrichs, ss.- —.—^.6 Stokes, Ib. iJJ-.J_'_i,4 , Keerbs,- 2b, rf. iJ-.::4' Ecker'tf 3b. .. 3 Weubker; p, cf. i-_-_-_4 Hanson/H. .—^-2 Conway,'-rf. ^___-2 Comptoh/, 2b. ____i—3 •A; R 1 1 1 .1 1 2 i 1: !•' •2 1. ,3 H '1 0 2 2 :0 1 ,•> i 1 0 : 1 2 n ' ' '37 13-. Mason City Jr. Legion Is Winner Mason City's Junior Legion slammed Breda, 13-1, in the third and deciding game of the playoff between the fourth • and eighth district champs at Bancroft Thursday night, to advance to the state finals. The state meet will be held at Marshalltown with opening games of the round-robin tourney set for Thursday. The winners blasted a: scoreless dual wide open in the top half of the fourth inning with a five-run sortie. Breda tallied once ;n the last of the fourth, but Mason City romped away with the win by counting two-in the fifth and eighth, one in the seventh, and three in the ninth. Mason City clubbed out 15 hits to two for the losers. Bill Clausen hurled for the winners, Hilton, Fleckenstein, Frisk and Loucks each contributed throe hits to the winning total. One of Hilton's blows was a long triple. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Hits were- at a premium, bu the Algona KCs made the mos of their slk blows to notch a 5- win over Livermore in a Kossutl County League game at the KC Park Sunday, July 10. Livermore grabbed a 1-0 teat in the top half of the second in ning as Mert Sawyer tripled an< scored on a single by Gasko. Algona Went ahead to stay in the home half of the second Walks to Tony Winters and Bob Diekmann set the stage for a double by Jack Lichter that gave the KCs a 2-1 lead. Another pair In the last of the third made it 4-1. Shrimp Froehlich tripled and scored on an outfield error as Bob Christensen lifted a fly ball that was muffed. Winters and Diekmann walked again, and Lichter drove in his third run as he grounded out. Livermore cut the lead to 4-3 with a pair of tallies in the top of the lifth. 'A-couple of walks and a double by Mert Sawyer did the damage. The locals wrapped up the scoring in the last of the sixth, .jetting their final run on singles jy Red Lane, Dave Devine and Pat Butler. Eldie Winkel went all the way on the hill for the winners, allowing just four hits. He whiffed- 10 and walked five, while Grey, Livermore chucker, allowed six hits, struck out eight, and walked seVen. Box score:. Livermore (3) AB R H Baker, ss. 5 0 0 R, Sawyer, If. - 4 1 1 Grey, p. ! _2 1 0 Elbert, c —_4 0 0 M. Sawyer, Ib. 4 1 2 K. Sawyer, 3b. 3 0 0 Gaskd, 2b. . 4 • ,0 1 Zlemet, cf 3 "0 '0 Larson, rf. 4 0 '0 • 33 3 4 Algona KCs (5) AB R H Devine, ss 3 0 1 Butler, If. 5 0 1 Froehiich, rf. 4 1 1 Christensen, Ib. 4 1 . 0 D. Winkel, Ib. ...0 0 0 Winters, c. _____1 1 0 Diekmann, 2b. 2 1 0 Lichter, 3b, cf. 4 0 1 Kramer, 3b. ..___2 ,0 0 Lane, cf. 2 1 2 E. Winkel, p 4 0 0 31 **Peewees Having Fun At Wesley Fourteen young baseballers at Wesley have been keeping Coach Bruce Cranston busy this summer. The Wesley Legion is sponsor ing training for boys ' in two groups, the peewees and midgets. So far, they have victories over Britt and Titonka, and have dropped decisions to Woden and Corwith. Boys on the two squads are Bobby'Kollasch, Steven Doughan, James Raney, Paul Pfeffer, Robert Olson, Jim Price, Danny Arndorfer, Alan Jordan, Billy Kunz, Tom Root, Jim Reising, Monte Wingert, Willis Erdman and Billy Fox. Cranston is athletic coach during the school year. Whittemore In Softball Lead Whittemore remains undefeated and in first place in the North Iowa Softball League following a 4-0 win over Fenton last week. BARRY'S BEER IS BEST PHONE 343 FREE BEVERAGE DELIVERY PHONE 343 KOSSUTH COUNTY 2—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, July 27, 1954 The league-leaders have a 9-0 won-lost record. Emmetsburg remained, with _a 3-2 win over Algona, to run i'ts season record x to 7-1. Standings: W Whittemore 9 Emmetsburg _i—7 Wallingford "__.—6 Cylinder _j 5 Buffalo Center —3 Algona 2 Estherville 2 Fenton _ :.l L 0 1 2 4 6 7 7 8 Bobby Grim Is First To Enter Race Program BOBBY ; GRIM ^ - •"' ' JTa .-Algona, la;—Big car races have been scheduled at the Kossuth County Fair at Algona on Wednesday, Aug. 18, Fair Secretary L. W. Nitchals announced today. The race is sanctioned by the International Motor Contest Association and will be supervised by National Speedways of Chicago-. The first entry for the speed classic has been received from Bobby Grim of Indianapolis, Ind., one of the nation's top drivers. Grim, who has posted - five IMCA world records and established a score of other midwest track mairks, just recently rejoined the dirt track family. The "Hoosier Bombshell" suffered severe burns and a dislocated shoulder in a Memorial Day mishap at Belleville, Kan. car, the Hector Honore Offenhauser, was badly damaged but owner Honore has whipped the machine back into excellent shape. Benny Lybarger of Davenport also has submitted his entry. Lybarger will drive a Hal over the half-mile oval against some, of the toughest competitors and- most powerful cars in the country. ; Time trials will start at 1:30 p.m. and the first of six races will begin at 2:30 p.m. Algona Wins A Safety Award ',. Algona took first place for its safety record in the all-Iowa traf- fic safety c6ntdst»W 1863. Awards In . the contest were ibasfed. as in the past, Oft. fatality records and safety pfaetices. Six first |>lace awards were announced iri. Governor Beardsle"y's office last Thursday. Thi winner a in the different population grotlps werei Cedar Rapids, Iowa City*, Boone, Decorah, Algona and Iowa Falls. This was-.the, fourth straight year Algona had placed in the contest. The local record of safety enabled the city to.take second in 1051 and 1952, and third last year. • , Presentation of the Sward will probably take place in Des Moinea later this year. HARNESS At Glidden, they'll have to get "4 * ' t* -^' tfhe% hafnesjs-wfker. 'fill! le>Kas retired,;after 64 — 'serVice Corwith Coach WillMo^ft ; ShenandoahHi Edge* T, Fa»JiUtti, well known coach of ihe Corwith high teams, has been named as head'basketball and baseball 'co'aeh for Shehartdoah high, a nice proniotion and well deserved. Ed, who !s 37, has been ,ai Corwiih for the past sevett '.<y«ars, whsre his teams won I06f and ,iast , 64 tames, HU baseball leama have been eojisUtefti , .wiftrial and It , 'now .if* fhe state high school wulriiWftWi*., H»., will ait& coach" : phy»ieal ,edueation. '* • Mts Putnam ia ihe format Irene Hayaes ol Wealey. BLOOMfS Mrs William Houst, Sr., Audubon" now has an attractive I houseiplant; a hybrid lily which how has 62 blooms. ADVERTISING In the Algonj , Upper Des Moines reacnes m6ti families in Kossuth county than any other. publication. Put those "thrift dollars" of yours, in a savings account here, and watch them grow. All accounts insured up to $10,000. NOW PAYING Accounts Insured Up to $10,000 Home Federal Savings & Loan Association Since 1917 Algona, Iowa PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Friday, July 30 VIKINGS Sunday, Aug. 1 LYNN KERNS Friday, Aug. 6 JERRY DOSTAL Sunday, Aug. 8 CLEM BRAU Friday, Aug. 13 EDDIE SKEETS No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 Open For Business •• ' . '-\ • ' •<> •'''" '"- " : •••* •-•* j4 ., -l ....... •• .' • '..'''"'./•.'.•.•.•• i • .i •''"' Yes, folks, we are open for business again out at VAN'S CAFE. We opened for the first time Tuesday of last week, but will be closed on all future Tuesdays. Stop out these hot summer nights and enjoy a delicious meal or snack at VAN'S. And, of course, don't forget our wonderful Sunday dinners. We are happy to be open again and welcome you during the days ahead. Noon Lunch Served — Open 9 A. M. to 1 A. M., Weekdays; to 2 A.M. Saturday , • , ; ',' '• ' •'••-',-•: ' . ': . • •: * v M "' " j ; C1 osed Every Tuesday Urgent Request We need furnished apartments for the families of workers who are installing the new gas mains in Algona. If you are living in a large home, could you possibly let a man and wife live with you? or a man and a child or two? If so they would like to share your kitchen. They are willing to pay reasonable rent. Even an apartment wilhin 25 miles of Algona will be welcome. Phone No. 1 Algona. Algona Chamber of Commerce for Least! Jfowest Price £verP!aced on a jKiff, Peak'Per/orming Juxury Car ITi A PACT-I'onifcu. offer* more thing* you wani than any Km in iu price ranga. Uft fhn hood (f/r ntu: r««w*i. 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