The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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LONE Whittentore Only Possible Challenger, County Loop MEET FOR TITLE Lone Rock, Bancroft and Whittemore pulled farther out In front of the rest of the pack with wins in Kossuth County Baseball League games Sunday. Lone Rock blasted the Algona KCs, 21-4, Bancroft leveled Rodman, 5-0, and Whittemore slammed Ringsted, 13-6, in games reported. Gilmore City dbwned Livermore, 14-5, in the other contest. Games Sunday could decide the loop race. Bancroft and Lone Rock will put their 8-1 won-lost records on the line in the feature game of the year at Lone Rock. Third place Whittemore will travel to Gilmore City, the oft- beaten Algond KCs go to Rodman ,and Ringsted travels to Livermore. Whittetnore's nine. has moved within two games of the league leaders, and has a game and a half edge over fourth place Rodman. Lone Rock, assisted by a 16-hit attack and 11 Algona errors, slammed the KCs, 21-4, at the KG Park east of town. The losers led 1-0 at the end of the first inning, getting the single run and four hits in the inning. A single by John Diekman sent in the tally. . Lorte Rock tied it at 1-1 in the top of the third on two fervors and a hit by Gordy Hutchinson, and iced the game in the next three frames. Three' runs each in the fourth, fifth and sixth made it 10-1, and a five-run blast in the top of the eighth ran the count to 15-1. The KCs 'got one in the last of the eighth, but Lone Rock counted six more in the ninth, then saw the KCs close out the scoring with a pair in the home half of the final inning. • Joe Householder hurled the •win, giving up 11 hits. Eldie Winkel took' the loss. Hutchinson got four blows for Lone Rock, while Merv Hentges, Darrell Downs, Merle Loss and John Diekman each got two for the losers. It was the second win of the year for Lone Rock over Algona. Standings W L Lone Rock ---------- 8 i Bancroft ___________ 8 1 Whittemore ..... ---- 5 2 Rodman ------------ 4 4 Gilmore City . ...... -.3 6 Livermore __________ 2 7 ftingsted ------------ 15 Mgona KCs „ ...... 1 7 High Scoring In Algona Softball Loop Monday trips. Bulldozers hitters took advantage of plenty of walks to roll to an early lead over thb Independents, but the Indies took advantage of the wildness bf Charlie Schultz late in the game to notch a 12-11 win in the nightcap. The losers got six hits, the winners five. Don Steinmah was the winner, Schultz the loser. Bancroft Lions Hold To 3rd In Iowa Loop Bancroft's Lions stayed in the thick of the Iowa State Baseball League race with an 8-7 win over Spencer in Memorial Park Sunday night. The Lions split four games durirtg the week, two each with Spencer and league - leading Estherville. Mason City, which has been in and out of the top spot all year, got clouted by Spencer and Storm Lake during the weekend and fell games off the pace. .Bancroft is four games out of first and a game and a. half ahead of fourth-place Carroll. The Lions had to come from behind to take Spencer Sunday night. The visitors led, 1-0,, in the second and added two in the third before the Lions got a pair and closed the gap to 3-2. Outstanding hitter for the Lions during the week was Shorty Cochran.' The Minnesota U. s,tar banged out eight straight hits in the early Spencer and Estherville games, including a home run and triple. The linescorers:- Estherville . ..... 001 210 210—7 Bancroft _______ 002 000 GOx— 8 Batteries: Smith and Blatchford; Tjaden and B. Dudding. Spencer 012 000 103—7 Bancroft 002 000 60x—8 Batteries: Cochran, Mackie and Luce; Schaefer and B. Dudding 12 Stitches For Ballplayer Hit By Line Drive Bob ChHstehsen, outfielder on the Algoha KG baseball team, really likes his baseball—and proved it without a doubt Sunday. The KCs ivere host to Lone Rock, at the local K.C Park east of town. Bob was selected to hurl batting practice, so went to the mound. Minutes later, a liner off the bat of Merv Hcntgcs crashed into Bob's left cheek and caused considerable damage. He was rushed to St. Ann hospital, given first aid, which included 12 stitches in the damaged ares, and released. Did he go home to recuperate —No, it was back to the pai'k for Bob, and not only that, he play ed the last three innings; of the game, which the KCs lost, 21-4. Bob is the son of Mr and Mrs Roy Christensen,. Algona; Ft* Dodge And Waterloo Teen Golfers Win Fort Dodge's Sondra Anderson, a semifinalist in the State Girls' golf tourney this season easily outdistanced the field in the girls division of tne Algona Junior meet here Saturday with an 18-hole total of 83. In second place, 21 strokes back was Judy Cowan of Algona with 104. Third at 105 was Caiol Hayes of Algona. A 74 by Rex Wilson of Wator- Ido topped the boys' division. Close on his heels with 75s were Jack Norman of Spirit Lake and Jack -Rule of Waterloo. • Phil Joselyn of Fort Dodge was fourth with a 77 followed by Pete Langmack' of Algona with 78 and Nidas Dermand-of Algona with-79. Bill .Hird, Jr., of Fort Dodge took top honors in the boys' 'first flight with an 83. In nine-hole play, George Opheim of Bode won the boys' division and Judy Strahorn of Algona the. girls'. Thursday, July 2§,1955. ^Algonu (la.) Upper Des Mflliifei-5 KOSSt/TM COUNTY "1 P OTk rri rt UJUol ••••• -•••• * ••' »-•^ - • - ' • • • •- —-^™ Jr. Legion 12-3 Loser Tuesday To Cfcrwith Niiffc • " V Corwith high .school's baseball team bounced the Algona Junior Legion, 12-3, at Corwith day afternoon. It was the first defeat for the locals after six straight wins, and gave Coach Everett Barr's forces a 14-9 sea'sbri mark. • ''• Corwith counted one run in the bottom of the first, four in the second, one in the third, five 'in' the fiflh and one in the last of the sixth on its way to the win. Algona got its three runs in the top of the sixth on walks to Bob Slobe and Dave Kohl and singles by John Hood, Tom Kinsey and Al Grill. ; Cecil Schilmoeller was the starting and losing hurler for Algona, While Whilhite was the winner. Corwith blasted out 12 hits, including three by Marr, and received the aid of seven Algona errors. The locals got just four safeties. Box score: Algona (3) AB R H Slobe 2 1.0 Baker 3 0 1 Kinsey _; •. 201 Grill — 3 0 1 Schilmoeller ___—._ 300 L. Kueck ;• 200 Hood ... 3 1 i Finley 300 Kohl _ 1 1 6 D. Marr 1 0 U 32 12 12 King George VI died February 6, 1052. The English crown Jewels can be seen in the Jewel House at the Tower.of London. 22 3 Corwith (1-2) - AB R E. Gourley 3 2 T. Wilhite 3 3 J. Wilhite _1 4 1 E. Marr 4 1 Johnson -• 4 0 D. Gourley __. 4 • 0 Carman 2 0 Mullins '..'. 2 0 Brown _. 3 4 Stroup _.. .... 2 1 Standings W Collegians 7 Independents 4 Post Office 3 Egg Heads. 3 Bulldozers -^ 2 National Guard } The Post Office team -moved into a third place tie in the recreation softball league with a 1510 decision over the National Guard »t the Athletic Park Tuesday night. After taking a 6-3 lead in the first three -frames, the winner? came up with seven runs in the top of the fourth. The Guard came back with five in their halt of tht> fourth, but couldn't close the gap. Bill Allen of the Post Office and Jim Kelly of the Guard hit home runs. Don Smith' Jr., starting pitcher for the winners, sot the win, while McFarland took the loss. Julie Baas and Dcwey Skilling each got three hits for the Post Office, while Howie Stephenson, Miller and Diekman got two each for the losers. More activity is on the slate Monday and Tuesday nights at the park. The Egg Heads made it interesting for the Collegians before falling, 19-15, in- the opener Monday night. The winners scored eight times in the first, the losers came back with nine to take the lead, but dropped behind ag«in in the second and were not ahead again. Tony Gu/.owski was the Winning pitcher, Hasse^the loser, boo Lunstensen and Dave Devine each had three hits for the Collegians, while Dick Luvrenz of the Eggheads blasted a home run, triple and double in five DIAMOND'S SURPLUS MEN'S CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS Regular' Price is $1.29 One of the best work shirts made — "BLUE BELL" label! You get price of ninety - eight cents at the Store with the Yellow Front this week-end! "Free For All" on P 21" Reo POWiR LAWN MOWiR A demonstrator SWARTZ ALGONA HARDWARE Jackets They're Regularly $8.95 I Close-Out of All That's Left 1 Brother! Here's a jacket with a price that tells you io snap one up! Snappy lightweights with lining—in different shades — full zip front. Just right for wear thru Fall! Most Terfific Stock of Sports and Work Shpes We've Ever Had - AT TERRIFIC SAVINGS TO YOU I I ! SPORT SHOES in three different and handsome styles—mo- cassin toes and regular toes — brown and tan —spring .soles — a whale of a shoe value at the one price of — WORK SHOES with cushioned insole — molded back — storm welt — nailess cork- sole construction — compare with shoes that sell for $7.001 Priced here at — WORK BOOTS in comfortable eight-inch style —.cork sole — Retan upper — built, to resist &cid and built 'for'maximum wear — priced at' " ' • •' - . . i * No men's Shoe Values Like These Anywhere Else in Town! SIZES 6-12 MEN'S NYLONlZED TEE SHIRTS Regularly 69c For EACH Garment! 3 for 1.00 Get yourself THREE of these slick nylonized tee shirts this week at Diamond's . , . and pay just one buck for the three ! They're mighty nice fitting and nice wearing! RED-HOT COMBINATION Fishing Special Nationally-Advertised Bronson Fishing Reel Nationally-Advertised $3.00 5-Ft. 2'Piece Rod A Regular $1.00 Fishing Line $8.95 WORTH OF MDSE! You get all of the three above fishing items — quality items—for a price of $6.??, this week at Diamonds t CHICKEN DINNER Wed., Aug. 3 St. John's Catholic Church BANCROFT Serving Starts At 5 p.m. Adults— $1.00 Children— 50c BANCROFT LIONS IOWA STATE LEAGUE Games This Week AT HOME JULY 28 STORM LAKE JULY 31 CARROLL AUG. 2 ESTHERVILLE Corn Bin Shortage Cited Quoted From Des Moines Register Article, Weds?., July 13 "At ihe same time. True Morse, undersecretary of agriculture, warning that "there is storage trouble ahead" and that the situation "will be very tight" this year, urged farmers •to move at once io provide more bins for farm storage of this year's crbpV' "I cannot urge too strongly," Morse said, "that farmers — especially jrt the corn belt "—start planning how to buiM any additional storage they will need." FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY We Will Sell At Last Year's Price SPEEDY Cora Crib 1200 BUSHEL CAPACITY CRIB REGULAR PRICE $375.00 THIS CRIB is cheaper than any competitive crib for like capacity and is high in quality. We have sold the "SPEEDY" crib to many farmers in this area —they all like it. This crib is made of 5 guage wire mesh, thick as a quarter-inch bolt. Ribbed roof, anchored 8 times. Permanently attached ladder. Sold and delivered complete. We can offer a quantity of these cribs at the old last year's price, and will do so. This can be your quick, easy • and economical solution to storage shortage on your place. Over 50 Satisfied Customers To Check With From Last Year Come in and Get the Facts on This Crib — and Its Low Price BRADLEY BROS. THI ITOKi WITH Tttf flUOW FRONT IT'S COMING! the 97th Annual Exhibition of The KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AT ALGONA, IOWA AUGUST 17 -18 -19 - 20 PROGRAM OF THE FAIR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. % 9:00 A.M.—Judging of Beef, Floral Hall and Girls Club Exhibits. 2:00 P.M.—Big Car Auto Races. 8:00 P.M.—"Fair Vogues Of 1955" by Mario Show Productions, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18 4 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 9:00 A.M.—Judging of Dairy, Swine and Girls Club Exhibits, 10:00 A.M.—Judging of Sheep. 11:00 A.M.—Judging of Rabbits and Poultry. 2:00 P.M.—Stock Car Races. Open competition. 8:00 P.M—"Fair Vogues of 1955" by Mario Show Pro. duclions. 4 BIG DAYS OF FUN AND WHOLESOME ENTERTAINMENT WITH A RECORD-BREAKING LIVESTOCK, 4*H AND MACHINERY AND DISPLAY ENTRY LIST! PREMIUM BOOKS MAY BE O&TAINEP FROM SECRETARY FRIDAY, AUGUST 19 — KOSSUTH COUNTY DAY (Special Priviliges for Children) 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 9:00 A.M.—Judging continues. 1:00 P.M.—Judging of Colts and Pleasure Horses to be followed by special entertainment by the Saddle Clubs of Kossuth County. 2:00 P.M.—Free baseball games. 6:30 P.M.—Livestock Parade. Kossuth County's boys and girls in 4-H will entertain you with the finest animals that this great County can produce. 8:00 P.M.—A stage production by residents of Kossuth County. Home talent and home produced. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 8:30 A.M.—Sale of prize livestock. 2:00 P.M.—Stock Car Races. Open competition. 8:00 P.M.—"Tournament of Thrills."

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