The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 22, 1956
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6-Algona (le.) Upper D« Maine* Tuesday, May 22, 19S6 Tire Free If You Have The lucky License Number BRADLEY BROS. PLYMOUTH OWNERS! What's the best buy in low-priced cars—Plymouth, Rambler, Chavy, Ford? 1956 Low-Priced Car X-Ray gives the real facts. 36 pages. It's FREE. Ask for it. KC's Whomp Bancroft, 9-0 1956 CAR X-RAY AT TOUR NASH DIALER Russ & Ky's Nash Sales & Service 1023 N. Main St. Phone 249 The Alpona KCs. riding on the strong' right arm of Junior Snyder, provided the highlight of ! Kossuth County League action Sunday with a sterling 9-0 win over Bancroft, at Bancroft. Lone Kork asserted its strength with a Hi-1 verdict over Emmets- burii. Mallard downed Humboldt. o-2, and Rodman took Whitto- more. 3-1. in other league game* Sunday. League Standings W L Mallard 2 0 Lone Rock 1 0 Rodman 1 <i Algona 1 1 Bancroft 1 1 Emmetsburg 0 1 Whittemore' 0 1 Humboldt -.-0 2 The KCs actually put their game away in the top Of the first inning. Merv Hentges singled. Godden walked, and Vernon Christotfers doubled Hentges home with the first counter. Loren Nelson then singled and sent two more runners home, making the count 3-0. Christoffers and Nelson walked. John Diekman and 'Art. Winkel singled for two more in the top of the third to make it 5-0. The final four came in the top of the fifth when a walk, an erroi and a fielder's choice sent in one. and Gordy Winkel slammed a home run over the leftfield wall HAWKEYE LANES IS VERY PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE NAMES OF THE HONOR BOWLERS FOR THE PAST SEASON: WOMEN WHO TOPPED 185: Babe Baker B«tty Dennis Loretta Dittworth Vera Erpelding Heide Ferguson Joyce Fraser Moybelle Ceilenfeld Carol Godfredsen Frances Gingrich Dorothy Hans Martha Johnson Jackie Kelley Jackie Laing Lavonne Pittman Dorothy Rueb Elaine Vera Kay Voigt Phyllis Walker Frances Weise Leona Wilhelmi MEN OVER 225: John Andersen Art Ashton Julie Baas Cliff Benschoter Hollis Benschoter Stan Black Gus Blanchard Harlan Blanchard Harry Boyken Frank Bleich Harold Brandt Marv Calhoun Bob Carr Ted Chrischilles Angus Cotton Chan Dailey Buck Davis Chuck Davis John Diekmann Joe Donahue Eugene Durant Tom Fandel Lewis Ferguson Jerry Ferris Tom Forburger Larry Frieberg Hank Furst Bill Geering Norm Gade Hank Geilenfeld Everett Garbet Lewie Gilbride Loyal Gingrich Harry Greenberg Art Groen Al Hasse Paul Hasse Walt Hefti Meri Hoover Bob Henderson Herb Hedlund Jack Haag Harold Hesley Gene Hanig Harley Hutchinson John Intermit! Chuck Jandl Palmer Jensen Bill Johnson Loren Johnson Ollie Johnson Hank Johannsen Jim Kelley Paul Kruminga Bill Koppen Casey Loss Ernie Lavrenz Harold Lampright Ken Limberg Lou Lynk Hal Long Clarence Ludeke Chuck Mullin Frank Moulton Carol Mitchell Bill Naylor Charles Nitchals Bob Neilson Louis Olson Murl Potter Clayton Pittman Bill Prior Don Peterson Jim Reed Ed Richter Frank Rueb Wilford Rood Ken Roney Mel Rieken Lael Root Everet Rippentrop Gordy Schmidt W. G. Schmidt Chuck Staudt John Swartz Henry Stecker Alf Semon Don Smith, Sr. Dwayne Sandt Ken Sarchet Howard Sewick Monte Scobba Bob Skilling Vern Shipler Merle Thompson Cliff Teeter Ted Vera Whitey Voigt Jim Walker Paul Watson Bob Williams Art Winkel Don Winkel Ed Weig Romey Wilhelmi Larry Youngwirth Dale Zentner We closed for the summer Sunday, May 13, but will be bock early next fall to begin our fourth year. We want to thank all league bowlers and open bowlers who visited us during the year for making the season a success. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Godfredsen HAWKEYE LANES fur the other three. Giirdy Winkrl. HetitRPS jind Ohristoffers each h;\d two hits for Ih.e winners, while MeNdTtney got a pair Tor Bancroft. RnycU'Y save: up only four hits ;md six wnlks \vhilo striking out IT during the d;iy. Rtic-k downed Kinmets- bur.a with case after Dc\m Culbertson shimmed a homer with the haws loaded in the fourth at Enimetsburg. Bellinger, Householder and Cotton pitched for the winners and hold Eminolsburg to five hits. Cotton had three hits in four tries, inrludin^ two doubles, while Kulan Schuller gut four hits. Boh Flaig. Sal/, and Househojdor KO' triples for Lone Rock. Thompson and Carpenter each got two hifs for the losers. Carpenter fired a four-hitter at Whit Icmore at Rodman as the home team took a 11-1 decision. Montag and Kiseh hurled for the losers and gave 1 up only seven blows. Box score: Algona KCs (9) AB R Ilentyt's, ss. c. 5 1 Godden, rf. 4 1 Christoffers. Ib 4 2 Nelson, 3b. ss. 4 0 R. Difkman. 2b. 3 ] J. Diekman. If. 3 2 Simmons. If. 2 0 Amfahr. cf. .4 1 A. Winkel. c. 2 0 G. Winkel. 3b. Snyder. p. o Bancroft (0) J. Rahe, ss. 3 Johnson, If. 5 36 9 » AB R H 0 0 0 0 McNoi'tnoy, 3b. 4 0 Budding, Ib. 2 0 Hattcn. of. 2 0 Elsbecker, rf. 4 0 Fox, 2b. 4 0 Liehliter, p. 1 0 Kinsey. ph. 2 0 Donahue, p. 0 0 Govern, r. 4 0 31 0 Erpelding And Youngwirth Win Bowling Meet Vera Erpelding and Larry Youngwirth copped first place in the third annual Hawkeye Lanes mixed couples Handicap Tournament with a 1222 total. Kay Voigt^ and Ted Vera were close behind with a 1219 count. A total of 81 teams entered the meet which was held May 9, 10 and 16. Twenty teams placed in the money. Other top doubles teams were Jackie Kelley and Art Ashton 1211, Babe Baker and Joe Donahue 11H!!, Jackie Laing and Tony Hanson 1186, Heide Ferguson and Lou Lynk 1169, Heide Ferguson and Art Ashton 1102, Jackie Laing and Al Erpelding 1155, Carol Godfredsen and Casey Loss 1153, May belle Geilenfeld and Julie Baas 1152, Kay Voigt and Jim Kellcy 1150, Jackie and Jim Kelley 1150, Betty and Arv Dennis 1145, Heide and Lewis Ferguson 1140, Martha Johnson and Bill Naylor 1133, Jackie Laing and Norm Gade 1130, Kay and Whitey Voigt 1127, Vera Erpelding and Martin Eischen 1127, Heide Ferguson and Cliff Bensc-hoter 1125 and Jackie Laing and Dick Godfredsen 1120. Women's high game was a hot 240 by Jackie Laing, while Kay Voigt had lop series of 574. Buck Davis topped the men's single scores with a 245, while Jim Kelley's r>9(> was the best .series. Seniors458^243 Winners Friday At Field Day This year's Algona high junior- senior field day was highlighted by a spirited tug of war, which the seniors won, and Doug Meyer's shut put toss. The seniors outscored the juniors, 45H- 243, as Meyer tossed the shot over 47 feet, a new unofficial school record. Tlu 1 afternoon began in the gym, where the seniors won the volleyball game. The track events at the athletic field started with the girls' 50-yard shuttle relay, the juniors placing first and second. The seniors came back to take first and second in tin- 440-yard relay. Carole Hayes won the foul ball throw fur the juniors. In the high jump, junior Pat Ferns and senior Cheryl VanderWaal tied when neither could clear 4 J'eet 1 inch. Fat won the broad jump with BUICK OWNERS! How does the '56 Buick compare with Chrysler, Olds, Nash? Get the amazing new Free 44-page book with all the facts on all leading cars. FREE 1996 CAR X-RAY AT YOUR NASH DEAL!R Russ & Ky's Nash Sales & Service 1023 N. Main St. Phone 249 LuVerne Falls In First Round of State To M.C. I AI Verne suffered fatal defensive lapses in the third inning of its first round Same in the state baseball meet at DCS Moines Saturday, and the Mohawks went on to down Coach Brye Wiekett's crew, 6-2. Mason City sent in five runs during the outburst on only two hits as LuVerne committed four errors in the frame. Bob Woodhouse singled in two of the runs and Jon Butler tripled home two more. The winners got another tally in the top of the fourth to lead, li-0, before LuVerne came back to score its runs. Bill Bonnstetter and Gerald Preusehl singled and Ken Stripling tripled for the LuVerne runs in the bottom of the fifth. Stripling held the hard-hitting Mohawks to five hits while he and his mates got the same number off Gordy Kleekenstein and Al DeWitt of the winners. He whiffed eight, while 11 Lu-Verne swingers went down on strikes. Box score: LuVerne (2) Quinn, cf Bonnstetter. 2b. __.-.. Stripling, p. Baker, ss. Henderson, c. Preusehl, If. 3 Voss, rf 3 Maass, 3b. 2 Toby, Ib. _ ,3 AB 2 .4 4 ..3 3 R- 0 1 i 0 0 0 0 0 n 2 Cheryl placing second. Seniors took the top two places in both the 50 and the 100-yard dashes, Nancy Kain and Elaine Branson corning in first and second in the 50. and Cheryl VanderWaal and Sue Sprague'out in front in the 100. In the boys' events, two seniors, Loren Nelson and Bob Harms, finished first and second in the 50-yard dash. Seniors also took first and second in the 100- yard dash, but the juniors came back in the 220-yard dash to cop the top two spots. Junior relay teams finished ahead of the seniors in the 440, the 880, and the mile. Junior Ron Zittritsch won the broad jump, and Rod Kickbush finished first in the high jump for the seniors. Barrel Davis, a junior, won the 440-yard dash. Seniors Frank Kern and Larry Kueck won the football and baseball throws respectively. A softball game, which the seniors won 10-7, concluded the afternoon. Johnson Wins Decathlon At High School Algona high's tracksters finished last in the North Central Conference track and field meet at Humboldt Saturday. The home team took the conference title with 65V-; points, to top Webster City, whose Lynx finished with 57'.2. The Bulldogs picked up only 16 points during the day. Larry Johnson was Algona's lone first place winner as he topped the pole vaulters with a 10-3 effort. The two-mile relay team was third, Don Moore was fourth in the rnile run. Darrell Davis fourth in the 880, Bill Moxley fifth in the shot and the med- ley relay team took fifth. Coaches Champ Martin and Jason Loving had men entered in only six of the 18 events in the meet. Darrell Davis won Ihe school decathlon crown with a total of H-f points during the week. Larry Johnson had 72'^. Bill -Moxley ()4'/2. Ron Ditsworth 64 and Phil Norris 57 M>. Dick Rochleau. Jerry Downey. Dick Bahr, Warren Branson and Don Moore rounded out the top ten. Davis won the 880, mile and high jump, Johnson took the 100, 220 and discus. Moxley took the shot and football throw. Ditsworth won the broadjump and Downey the 440. Davis clipped 1.3 seconds off the school record when he ran the 880 in 2:05.7, but the recoi'd is unofficial. Johnson will compete in the pole vault, Downey and Davis in the 880 and Downey, Davis. Ditsworth and Norris in the two- mile relay in the state meet at Ames Saturday. The Ames meet will wind up the year. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends FORD OWNERS! How does the '56 Ford compare with Chevy, Plymouth, Rambler? Get the Free book that rates all the low-priced cars. 36 pages! Authentic! Ask for it today! FREE 1956 CAR X-RAY AT YOUR NASH DEALER Russ & Ky's Nash Sales & Service 1023 N. Main St. Phone 249 IOWA'S SENIOR U. S. SENATOR The man who works for PEACE and PROGRESS FOR YOU BOURKI B. HICKINLOOPER, a World War I. veteran, opened his distinguished record of service in the Senate during the dark days of World War II. 1 Iowa could have no more dedicated worker for the cause of peace than this experienced, hardworking public servant whose 12 year Senate record proves hij ability . . . and whose present Senate leadership enables him to promote your interests. He is a member of thre« vita! committees: AGRICULTURE, where he is carrying on on effective fight for a sound, non-political agricultural program . . . ATOMIC ENERGY, where he advocates Atoms for Defense and Progress . FOREIGN RELATIONS, where he helps to guard your freedom and works for world peace. ; WORDS WORTH REPEATING , . , "We mutt hovf a permanent program for agriculture, fret from politic!, thai will assure reliable and fair market pricei of product! . . . with a minimum of governmental Interfer- ence."—feb. 6, 1944 " It It the hope of /he Joint Committee . . . that the A/om/c Energy Act . . . will £iv>. a material . . . ttart ... to a new atomic industry . . . to help the peaceful uteri of thit new force to grow and flour- ilk."—Congressional Record, Apr. I9,^S4 voff ros BOURKE B, HICKENIOOPER ' HC'S WOXKING fOt fUCf ' AND UtOGKtSS you And so another season of bowling fun has come lo a close. Bui, we're looking forward fo a bang-up season next fall and hope you will all join us again for pleasant relaxation at Larry's Recreation Center where friendliness and the will lo please are by-words. presenting.... LARRY'S LEAGUE CHAMPIONS MOOSE NO. 2, left above, (Tuesday League Champs): Top row, left to right, Soup Briggs, Merle Moore, Bob Schoning; bottom row. Bob Mittag, Del Kern, Homer Clark. Also on the team, but not pictured was G. W. Wiltkopf. K. OF C., right above, (Monday League Champs): Top row, left to right, Louis Gilbride, Don Winkel, Art Winkel; bottom row, Lawrence Winkel and Matt Amfahr. Also on the team, but not pictured were Gordon Winkel, Shrimp Froehlich, Father C. A. Ahmann and Msgr. P. P. Gearen. Larry's Handicap Tournament Champions DOUBLES CHAMPS (Handicap): Cliff Ben- scholer and Eugene Duranl with a 1167. SINGLES CHAMPS (tie) (handicap): Cliff Teeter and Oran Hudson, each with a 619. Tuesday League Champs of high line: Shrimp Froehlich, 225; and high series, Bernard Kramer, 640 (not pictured^. Drink STORZ America's LIGHT Refreshing Beer You'll Find It At Larry's, Too! Louis Gilbride Monday League Champ High Line 255 High Series 635 TUESDAY LEAGUE Moose No. 2 (64-41) H. Clark 162 R. Schoning 133 Bob Mitiag 156 M. Moore 150 D. Kern 151 A. E. Briggs 166 G. W. WilUtopf 168 Seeley Farms (64-41) O. Hudson 155 J. Thuenie 133 B. Dahlhauser 146 P. Seeley 157 J. Elberl 157 J. Kelley __ ._. 148 Hamm's (63-42) E. Eischen 140 O. Fischer 140 D. Lickteig 165 H. Eisenbarth 138 D. Lickleig 153 F. Froehlich 170 Blatz (55-50) M. VonBank 139 F. Mililieder 160 H. Sewick 148 A. Lallier 159 A. Fosnaugh 153 R. Colberg 152 Russ & Ky's (51-54) B. Kramer 151 C. Elbert 147 V. Elmore 124 J. Kajewski 139 M. Eischen 146 H, Meyer 155 R. Carr 155 Team Averages Pelersen's Bud Pelersen H. Petersen O. Petersen (50-55) --. 139 -. 156 --. 166 D. Pelersen 146 M. Kramer 146 A. Hansen 145 Barry's (47-58) Don Johnson 153 D. Steinman -. 149 M. Erickson 149 J. Drone 130 B. Klesalh 125 R. Sewick 145 B. Gushing 135 National Guard (26-79) R. Richards 133 J. Davis 123 L. Hinckley --- 125 D. McFarland 143 E. Broesder 114 W. Weise 125 Hurlburt 111 MONDAY LEAGUE K. of C. (65>/ 2 -39) Msgr. Gearen 155 D. Winkel 165 L. Gilbride • 165 L. Winkel 117 M. Amfahr 160 F. Froehlich 169 A. Winkel 150 G. Winkel 158 Miller High Life (64 1 / z -40 l i) C. Teeter 160 G. Harmon 135 A. Benschoter 155 M. Hieken 155 A. Eischeid 150 V. Teeter 165 Bode Billards (64-41) F. Bormann 149 W. F. Palmer 148 J. Thilges 169 L. Olson 153 R. Olson - 156 Hemmesiad 142 Torgerson . 138 Moose No. 1 (64-41) A. Witlkopf . . 158 E. Miltag ...... 153 D. Briggs - ._ .. 154 H. Clark ... 166 C. Benschoter ._ 170 A. E. Briggs .163 G. Willkopf ._ 1G3 Bode D-X (49-56) D. Davidson . 140 R. Riedel .128 C. Williams 151 R. Jones 163 A. Jenson - 143 G. Wickersheim _ .. 139 L. Enger _ 149 Schulte Recreation (42'^62';) 143 129 - 155 ... 150 .. . 125 150 P. Koenck B. Bruhn M. Bellinger . D. Dreyer W. Bollinger J. Elberl Clark Grain Co. (39'2-65';) J. Fosnaugh 1S6 P. Gronbach 132 R. Colberg 147 E. Duranl _ 151 M. Hentges _ 132 J. Schimmel 144 Don's Phillips 66 H. Eimers C. Vaudt . P. Voighl D. Gross D. Stienberger D. Shaw Skip Mansager (31-74) 147 126 126 .. 143 .- 124 152 - 128 PRESENTED THROUGH THE COURTESY OF: LARRY'S RECREATIO MORCK DISTRIBUTING CO and the STORZ NGCO

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