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8-Algonet (la.) Upper DCS Moines Tuesday, April 10, 1956 Algona Teams Win Openers Hi School Is 16-0 Victor Over Titonka Algona high's Bulldogs opened their baseball .season wuh an t;isy. lt)-0 verdict over Titonka at iho fairgrounds Monday afternoon. Coach Bob King's crew hat. three home garni 1 * (hiring the next six days. Rodman will play the locals Thursday. Corwith comes to town Friday and Humboldt will meet the Bulldogs Monday. All games will begin tii t p.m. The Bulldogs put the Titonka fray away in the second inning bv chasing seven runs a crass the- platter. Climax of the inning was a home run blast over the centerfield fence by big Doug Meyer. The locals added four runs in the third, three in the fifth anu two in the sixth to complete the. rout. Four hurlers went to the hili for the winners. Harvey Peglow, Dave Kohl, Meyer and Loren Nelson, and they combined to hold Titonka to a lone safety, t, smgle by Carol Asche in the sixth frame. The quartet whiffed 13 hitters and allowed just three walks. Radmaker was the losing pitcher. Nelson and Meyer were the leading stickers for the Bulldogs. Nelson bagged two doubles and a bunt single, in five tries, while Meyer added a double to his homer in four trips. Meyer bat- ted'in five runs, Nelson four, and Bob Harms, who had a hit and four walks for a perfect day, three. Peglow was- the winning hurler. , Box Score: Algona (16) AB R H Harms, 2b. 1 3 1 Slobe, Ib 5 3 1 Nelson, 3b., p. 5 2 3 Meyer, c., p. 4 1 2 L. Kueck, cf. 2 1 1 D. Kueck, rf. i 2 1 0 Rupp, ss. 3 1 0 Cowan, if. 1 2 0 I (1 unk, If. 0 1 0 Peglow, p. 0 0 0 Christoffers, cf. 2 0 1 Kohl, p. __0 1 0 Finley, c. ^ 2 0 0 ' 27 16 9 Academy In Shutout Win Al Grill fired a one-hitter as St. Cecelia's Blue Knights chalked up a 5-0 decision over Emmetsburg Catholic in the season opener Monday afternoon. The game went five innings. The Knights will .tangle with Wesley here today, Tuesday, Apr. 10, and travel to Bancroft for a meeting with the St. John's Johnnies Thursday afternoon . St. Cecelia's counted runs every other inning in the Emmetsburg fray. They got one in the first, one in the third and three in the fifth. The locals banged out ten hits and didn't commit an error, while Emmetsburg made two errors. Pat Duffy, Cecil Schilmoeller and Tom Fandel each chalked up a pair of hits for the locals. Duffy had the longest blow of the day, a doubls. Box Score: St. Cecelia's (5) AB R H Duffy, If. 3 2 2 Froehlich, 3b. 2 1 1 Kinsey, ss. 3 1 1 Schilmoeller, rf. 3 1 2 J. Buscher, cf. 2 0 0 Briggs, cf. 1 0 1 Fandel, c. J-..3 0 2 Hood, 2b. 3 0 0 Bebo, Ib. '.2 0 1 Grill, p. 2 0 0 _. 24 5 10 Grill's control was near-perfect as he struck out 12 and walked only one during the game. Top Women Bowlers Ramona Amfahr and Mary Lytle were the top women keg- lers at Larry's this week. Each tcpp.irl a 185 line. Others over 160 included Marjorie Lattimer 163, F. Wiese 165, Lavonne Pittman 161, V. Briggs 160, 166, Arlene Kajewski 184, June Winkel 160, Irma Dee Cook 170, 102, Kay Voigt 162, P. Taylor 169, Carol Godfredsen 179, B. Thuente 162, M. Mullin 109, I. Hajiig 160, V. Erpelding 167, and R. Amfahr 173. Only 95 baseball players in history have succeeded in hitting safely more than 2,000 times. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends These 4-H Basket Teams Won 1956 Tourney Titles Members of the Wesley team, winning junior entry in the county 4-H basketball tournament, are shown in the above phoio. They are, left to right, front row, Duane Heinen, Leland Pearson, Lloyd Pommer, Phillip Asa and George Cunningham; back row, Chris Nygaard, Roger Arndorfer, Phillip Seaberg, Jerry Heinen, Kenneth Carlson and Ray Cunningham, leader and coach. Wesley racked up a 29-14 verdict in the finals over Grant at Bancroft Mar. 24 to take the crown. (Upper DCS Moines flashfoto) 16. and will be hosts at a noon lunch at local business men at the V.F.W. Hal. There will be about 125 visitors. They, will arrive over the Milwaukee. Track Team Is Weather Victim Algona high's track team got weatnered out of a dual track meet with Humboldt here Friday afternoon, but will try to get the season started at Eagle Grove this afternoon, Tuesday, April 10. The Bulldog squad, unaer the direction of Coaches Champ Martin and Jason Loving, will compete against Clarion and Eagle Grove at Eagle Grove. Twelve squad members will make the trip. Ventura will be here for a 'dual meet Friday afternoon at 4 p.m., then the locals play hosts to buffalo Center and Forest City in .1 triangular meet at the Athletic Park here Monday at 4 p.m. The team's workouts have been hampered by cold weather, but, according to Martin and Loving, the .squad will be weak in the sprints and fair in field events and distance running races. Grant First Foe Lone Rock Nine Lone Rock — Baseball schedule for Lone Rock will be as follows: April 9 —Grant, here. April 12—Dolliver, here April'16—Seneca, there. April 19—Whitlemore, there April 23—Ringsted, here. April 26—Fenton, here. April 30—Sectional baseball tournament. May 7—Gruver, there. The Ramsey 4-H- squad, which won its senior county 4-H basketball crown with a 48-37 victory over Grant in the finals al Bancroft Mar. 24, is shown here. Members of the team are left to right, front 'row, Melvin DeGeeter, Anthony Schiltz, Jim Goche, Jim Vaske and David Schiliz; back row, Leander Vaske, leader, Duane Vaske, Donald Schiltz, coach, Eugene Nurre, Duane Grandgenett and Screal DeGeeler, assistant leader. A total of 27 teams were entered this year in the, junior and senior divisions of the tournament, largest field; in the history of the meet. (Upper Des Moines flashfoto). Seneca Wins In 4-0 Shutout Seneca-^-The Seneca baseball team opened its spring season by taking a no-hitter from the Swea City nine on the local diamond Thursday afternoon, 4-0, in a 5- inning ball game. Seneca counted 3 runs on 4 hits in the first inning and a walk and a hit counted for the 4th run in the next inning. Thf! locals garnered 6 hits and played errorless* ball. Swea City was held hitless and committed one error. Looft was on the mound for Seneca being relieved in the 5th inning by Crouch. Hurlburt was behind the plate. Elliott and Ottma/i made up the Swea City battery. Seneca played its first K & E Conference game at Fenton Monday evening if the weather permitted. To Visit May 16 A special train of Des Moines wholesale and manufacturing firm representatives will arrive in Algona the morning of May Saddle Club Gets W-Bend Invitation The Seneca Saddle Club held it's monthly business meeting, wionday night, April 2, at the Carl Simmon's home with 38 members present. It was decided to hold a trail-ride, April 8, at the Al Menke farm at Ledyard; to have a .horse, pony. and tdck sale, May 6 at the Rodeo grounds at Algona. - -^ The West Bend Chamber of Commerce requested that the saddle club present a rodeo or horse show and entertainment in observance of their 100th centennial celebration, which will be held May 31, June 1 'and 2. Details will be decided upon at the next monthly . meeting which will be held' May 7 at the Earl Sheppard home in Algona. Algona Fire Call The Algona Fire Department answered a call to the Joe Lichter residence at 1402 East North street at 3:10 p.m. Friday. Grease ran under a burner on an electric stove and smouldered. Williams Rolls A 233 Bowling Line Bob Williams topped the men with a N 233 line and Kay Voigt tossed a 556 series on line of 19! 189 and 176 to head the women al Hawkeyu Lanes this week. Other women over 160 wen Joyce Fruser 169, 167, Carol Godfredsen 190, Martha Johnson 166 183, and Dorothy Rueb 171. Men over 200 included Ron Stephens 215, Tom Fandel 200. Vern Shipler 217, Ben Wibben 203, Cliff Benschoter 204, Paul Engen 200, Tom Forburgtr 209. Ken Sarchet 201, Harold Lampright 208, Hunk Furst 201, Swede Ball 207, Monte Seobba 214, John Intermill 202, Art Priebe 204. Jerry Ferns 201, 213, Walt Hefti 208, Arv Dennis 222, Red Stecke! '>.2'i. Hank Geilenfeld 205, and Bill Johnson 203, 201. KOSSUTH COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Membership Campaign APRIL 1956 Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur. FrL Sal. 1 2 8 9 15 16 3 10 17 4 11 18 5 12 19 6 7 13 14 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Be Sure To Join FOR 1956 . 57 CONCERT SEASON Nell Farrell OfWhittemore Passes, Age 76 Whiltemofe — Funeral services for Nell Farrell, 76, were held Saturday morning, April 7, in St. Michaels Catholic church at 9:30 a.m., Rev. William Veil officiating. Other priests present in the sanctuary for the funeral mass were Msgr. P. P. Gearen and Father Harold Cooper of Algona, Father John CuUen of Clare, Father Cletus Hawes of Elkader, and the Father Gerald Zensen of here. Mass servers were John French, John Mosbach, Victor Hanson and Jerome Besch. Pallbearers were her six grandsons. Leo Farrell, Thomas Farrell, John D. Farrell, Ebbie Farrell, Micheal Farrell and Earl Dean Farrell.' Burial was at St. Michael's cemetery with the Hyink Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs Farrell was the daughter of. the late Mr and Mrs Henry Gebhart. She was born in Peorja, 111.. April 2, 1880. At the age of 12 .in 1892 she came to Whittemore with her parents, and on Dec. 26, 1900, she was united in marriage to Edward Farrell. They established their home on a farm three quarters of a mile west of Whittemore. where she lived until her death on Thursday, April 5, Mr and Mrs Farrell were blessed with eight children, Edward with whom she made her home, Sister Mary Celine of Presenta;ion Sisters of Dubuque, Guy of Charles City, Francis P. of C^n- cord, Calif., Kenneth who died n infancy, LeRoy, John H. and Helen (Mrs Frank Foley) of Whittemore. Nineteen grandchildren, an'd nine great-grandchildren also sur.yive. Her husband preceded her in death in June 1922, and two brothers William and Thomas' Gebhart died, in the flu epidemic in 1918. She was a kind and* loving mother to her family and to those who kneW her, A devout Christian and member of St. Michael's parish, a member of the Rosary Society, the Catholic Daughters of America, and llhe Veterans Mothers Club. She had many friends and her greatest concern was the encouragement of individuals in the pursuit of happiness. She spent her womanhood in Whitlemore and after the ieath of her husband she fanned with her son Edward. For the past three months she* had be&n confined to her bed with a lingering illness. She was to her last conscious .Tioments appreciative of every attention. Mr and Mrs C. E. Kollasch accompanied their son, the Rev. Victor Kollasch, of Royal, Monday, to Phoenix, Arizona, where chey will visit with the former's ;on and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Kollasch and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and family of Albert Lea and Ralph Sebers of Aurora, 111. were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwjth. Afternoon and evening callers were Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Jay and daughter Joyce. Elaine Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer, was baptized in St. Paul's Lutheran church in the Sunday morning services. Her sponsors were Mrs Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek, and Mrs Herman Behnke and Hugo Meyer of here. Joselyn Kay, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilmore was also baptized in the same services. • Her sponsors were Mr and Mrs Richard Thcesfield. Mr and Mrs Kiel Hirl and family of Davenport spent Easter Sunday at the home of Mr,and Mrs Otto Ruhhke of here. Mrs Hirl stayed for an extended visit with relatives and Mr Hirl returned to Davenport Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade visited with Mr and Mrs Louis Brose at Howard Lake, Minn., over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Gene Harig and family of Vermillion, S. D., visited over the weekend at the parental home of Mi- and Mrs Leo Walters. Clete Besch, Charles Bormann, Armand Elbert, and Louis Kol- iasch, arrived'home the fore part of last week to spend Easter Sunday with their respective parents. They are students at St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque. Mr and Mrs Virgil Elbert are visiting with friends in Denver, Colo. IF If 'S NEWS — WE WAN? 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