The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1955 · Page 8
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ST. JOHN'S WINS SECTIONAL PREP TITLE St. Cecelia's Is 5-4 Loser To Presentation SI. John'? of Bancroft clowned ^re^ent at ion of Whittemore. 127. in the finals of the summer high school sectional basebal' tournament at Bancroft Monday nisht, and gained the right to advance to district competition. The Johnnies advanced to the finals with wins over Whittemon.- High and Graeltinger. while the Presentation team downed Rodman and St. Cecelia's of Algon; on its way to the finals. Site and playing dates of the district meet will be announced later. WHITTEMOHE NINE OUSTS ST. CECELIA'S Presentation of Whittemore cut off the St. Cecelia's Blue Knights jufl in time to take a thrilling 5-4 win Friday night in the semifinals. The winners came up with two- run clusters in the bottom of the first and third frames to take a 4-0 lead. The Knights got one run on singles by John Hood. Merle Loss and Al Grill to make it 4-1 in the top of the fourth, but a triple by Derner sent the final Presenta"- tion run home in the last of the fifth and furnished the margin of victory. The Knights sent eight men to .he plate in the top of the seventh :md scored throe limes, but the ying run was cut down at the plate to end the gam". Francis Kiscli went all the way "or the winners, giving up six hits and five walks, while whiff- .ng 11. Al Grill. Knights' righthander, gave up six hits and two walks while striking out seven. Merle Loss was the top sticker for Coach Don Smith's Knights, while Derner got two (4) for the winners. even, with three each team. Box score: 31. Cecelia's Hansen, 2b. [food, 3b. _. Kinsey, ss Loss c. Schilmoeller. 1 Grill, p. Ri^tau. rf. .._ Bebo, rf. Van Allen, cf. Errors were committed hv AB ... .4 3 ... 3 .. . 4 . ._ 4 ...3 2 0 1 R 1 1 0 (I 0 0 0 0 n New Coach At Academy Here Duffy, ph. 1 Froehlich, If. 2 27 AB .4 Presentation (5) KJiegl. rf. Farrell, If. McDonnell, cf. . Mergen. ss. . _... 2 Derner, 3b. ..- 3- Niet/el. c. 2 O'Brien. 2b. .. . 3 Elbert, 1 b. 3 Kisdi, p. 3 25 4 R 1 0 IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT AT THE HUB THIS WEEK! smash Ilil SHOES Regularly $9.95 to $12.95 I'.'.'I terrific buys in men's casual and dress oxfords • WEYENBERGS • FLORSHEIMS • FREEMANS LEUTHJOIDILUAMS St. Cecelia's Academy's new basketball and baseball coach. Jim Geelan. who will take over when the new school your commences this fall, is pictured above Jim is a graduate of Presentation Academy, VVliitlemore. where he starred as a baseball hurler and basketball player. He graduated this spring from Loras Academy at Dnbuque where he majored in L;itin and Foreign langu ages. At present he is residing at Cascade, la., where ho has a .'i-Ii won- lost record with the Cascade Reds baseball team. He will arrive here late in August. His teaching duties will probably include Latin and social studies. He was hired following the resignation of Mike Schcck a few weeks ago. He will be assisted in his coaching chores by Father Harold Cooper, who has held that post for two years. Bancroft Lions Retain Third In Standings Bancroft's Lions remained i>t third place in the Iowa State League, following an 8-ii win over the Spencer Packers before; a near-capacity crowd at Bancroft Sunday night. Manager Jack Budding's outfit ran its record to 8-fi and was 2M: games behind league - leading Mason City after Sunday's win. Johnny Hill went all the way on the mound fur the Lions an.') gave ^up ten hits. Only tw > et 'he Spencer runs were oarivr!. It was Mill's fourth win against three losses during the campaign Godfrey was the loser. Shorty Cochrane poked n double, two singles, batted in two runs ;.nd stole two bases during the fiay for the I,inns. Job" Mcnke and Dick Anderson each contributed two hits. Al LUCL got a home run and two singles for Spencer. The kiss gave Spencer a 5-13 league mark and kept them deep in the cellar. Collegians Grip First In City Softball Loop The Collegians kept their undefeated string going and maintained (lie tup spot in the City Reel-ration Softball League with a l.'M) conquest of the Post Of- lice at the Athletic Park Tuesday night. rh t"am had one big inning in an otherwise well-played me. The winners sent home -even runs in the top of thtr to take an 11-1 lead, bin -t Office came back with thrir half to cut the mar- 1 1 -7. From t here on it Uave Zitt,- fourth win, while Don Smith, Jr. was tagged with his second loss. Dave Devine. Jack Lichter and Don Cook each got three hits for the winners, while Whitcy Voigt got three for the losers. The Bulldozer.-, downed the Egg Heads, HMO. and the Independents edg.-d the National Guard. I1M1, in games played Monday night. ' Standings W Collegians 5 Independents - . .. ... !i Bulldo/ors •) Kgg Heads . [> National Guard - - 1 Post Office 1 was nip-and-turk. J'it.-.rh picked up Ills ;''M««iiPWII^ t atilfL.! «*• .i===i* •*• S4§cn •*• JKK-.S; *'• jcrj •"• a.T-.=a I*. i£-_~s X ^.^ac X i^_. Fenton News Mr and Mrs Howard Rabey find C;ul of Cedar Falls and Mr anil Mis Bob Johansen and cliil dren uf Minneapolis wore Weekend jjuest> j n th,. parental E. J Frank home. Mi- Juhau-.-n and children remained lor a ten da\ vi.-,it. Mr and Mrs Richard Schiltz and children. Mar;j,;,irt :,nd Mary of Lou,.; Head). Cain'., have been ,uue.-t.- in the paienti.l K. J. Frank home since June 2tJ. Mr Sehiltz returned to Lonj; Beach on July 7 and Mrs Schiltx and children wii) ieiuain here until July 28. Junior Legion Nine Edges Britt, 10-6 Algona's Junior Legion baseball nine ran its season mark to ?l-!l with a 10-0 win over Britt at Britt. Tuesday afternoon. Coach Everett Barr's team will br> after win number 10 when they travel to Clear Lake thi? afternoon (Thursdav). ' Britt went into a 2-0 lead in the home half of the first frame, anrt '-"-Id tlvit edge until the top of 'he third, when Algona exploded for six runs. Two walks and singles by John Hood, Cecil Schilmoeller, Don Baker and Ken Stripling gave the. 'oeals a (1-2 lead. Britt cut the nrirgin to (>-4 with a pair of counters in the bottom of the 'bird. Another pair in the last >f the fourth tied the count at fi-G. Stripling scored the tie-breaking run in the top of the fifth •ifter a walk, and a pair of walks m-:l another hit bv Baker sent 'hroe more home in the visitor's '•">" -f the sixth to sew up the decision. belliI'nooller and Joe Henderson split the pitching duties foi Mgona. with a neat relief job by Henderson saving the win. Bake'r was the top sticker with three singles in four trips, whil-? Ik-Hi got four in four tries for the losers. !:5ox score: Algona (10) AB R Slobc, lb. 3 1 Baker, ss. 4 2 Kinsey, 3b, 2b. 4 1 Stripling, c. 3 2 Henderson. 3b. p. 4 0 Grill, If. 3 0 Hood, cf. 3 1 Finley, rf. 2 1 Schilmoeller, p, cf. .,2 2 H 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 28 10 Rain Cancels County Games Rain botched up the entire Kossuth County Baseball League schedule Sunday, so there was no change jr. the loop standings. Lone Rock and Bancroft are still knotted in the top spot with (i-1 records, while Rodman -is third with a 4-2 mark and Whittemore fourth with a 3-2 season record. Games this} Sunday include: Gilmore City at Lone Rock; Don't Pass This one by in your search for a top used car this week. Come to our lot and look over this 1952 Chevrolet 5-passenger coupe, a model that many want. Tulone green in shade. Nice condition in every respect. Priced at a low price lag of $815. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. PAINT Gallon 1100,000 Gallons Sold SAVE, BUY NOW! DIAMOND'S [SURPLUS STORE-AIGONA Ringsted at Rodman; Bancroft at Livermore: and Algona KCs at Whittemore. Rites Monday For Gatrost Infant Son Graveside rites for David Gordon Gatrost, 12-hour old baby son of Mr and Mrs Claude E Gatrost, Swea City, were held in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, Algona, at 2:30 p.m. Monday. Rev. Roland Andrews, 'First Baptist minister, officiated at the rites. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. The baby died shortly after birth at St. Ann Hospital Sunday noon. 7 Scholarships, I. S.T.C, Awarded Seven 1955 high school graduates from Kossuth County have been selected by a teacher selection committee to receive four- year partial fee exemption scholarships at Iowa State Teachers College. The sludenls honored include Adel Herbsl, Betty Peirce, Karen Downey and Karen Kuchenreulher, Algona; Rita Godfredson and Bef- ty Schwartz, Swea City; and Larry Trenary, Grant Twp. Decision on the scholarships was based on academic and extra-curricular activities while in high school and also on state scholarship tests. A total of 400 students in the state were awarded the scholarships which will aid them financially while getting a college education. There is no limitation to the number of scholarships given in any county, as the 1 entire selection is based on selection results. Officers Installed Lone Rock — The Lone Kock American Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday at the hall with the installation of officers. A picnic dinner was planned for the next meeting. Lunch was served to fourteen members by the hostesses, mesdames Jess Blanchard Jr., W. G. Flaig, Richaid Oro.-,.--, and Maude Blanchard. 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Donnelley Corporation, Chicago Illinois, for participation In the $100,000 contest drawing. ' I. All prizes listed in this announcement will be awarded on the basis of a blindfold drawing by name under the direction of the merchandising staff of the Reuben H. Donnelley Corporation. Their selections will be final. All winners will be notified by mail. $100,000.00 PRIZE CONTEST ENTRY BUNK Here is my Official Entry Blank. Name Address HURRY! HURRY! STARTS TODAY! i city Zone Dealer's Name Address DEPOSIT THIS COUPON AT ANY OF THESE DEALERS OR STORES Bradley Bros Phon«714 Your Firestone Tire Headquarters Algona \

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