The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 12, 1956 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 12, 1956
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CORWITH 7 Algona Bows Friday; Two Tilts This Week Algona's Junior Legion baseball team put out all the \va> Friday before dropping a' 7-5 decision to Corwith's strong high school nine a* the fairgrounds Coach Jason Loving's team will play at Bancroft tonight, Tuesday, June 12, then will host Humboldt high school hcr4 Wednesday and Lone Rock here Friday. A walk to Bob Slobe, an error, a fielder's choice and a sacrifice fly off the bat of Don Froehlich put Algona ahead of Corwith, 1-0, in the last of the second inning. The locals made it 2-0 in the home- half of the third with two out as Cecil Schilmoeller walked, stole second, and scored when Uuane Kueck hit safely. Cro.with cracked the ice in the top of the fourth as Marr doubled and Johnson singled. Marr counted the run on an error. The visitors pounded home six runs in their half of the fifth to insure a victory. Singles by Browh, Stroup and Mullins, a double by Johnson, a pair of walk$ arid an error opened the floodgates. . The score remained 7-2 until Algona came up, . with three runs In the last of tri^ sixth. Two errors, a walk and a double by Slobfr accounted for .the runs. Corwith banged out nine hits off Schilmoeller, wnile 1 Algona got only.four from the offerings of Stroup and Wilhite. Johnson was the game's outstanding hitter with three in three tries. He also-batted in three runs. Box score: .Corwith (7) AB R H Brown-,; cf. 4 Gourley, c. ___ _ 2 Wilhite, Ib, p. :_.. 4 Marr, 3b, Ib. 3 Johnson, ss. '__3 B. Stroup, If. ___4 Carman, 2b. 4 Mullins, rf. 4 R. Stroup, p, 3b. __4 4-Algona (| Q .) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 12, 1956 IN JR. LEGION GAME S KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS KC's Move Up In Kossuth League; Lone Rock loses R i 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 32 7 9 Algona. (5) AB R H Finley, • c. ..4 0 ; 1 Rupp, ss. ' 3 0 1 Schilmoeller, p. 3 1 o Kueck, If. , 4 . 1 ] Slobe, Ib. __:. 2 2 1 Bebo, cf. ...'. ',___3- 1 0 Funk, rf. ___; _i,l 0 0 Hood, rf. L '_'i 'o ' 0 Grill, rf. i ,1 00 Froehlich, 3b: 2 0 0 Tobey, :2b. ... 3 0 0 27 New Beef Grade A. new federal beef grade came into existence on June 1. It split thC old grade of- "Commercial" on the basis of maturity. Commercial used to include both young and old animals. But now, the younger animals will be called "standard" with older animals still called "commercial." Algona's KCs had a tough time out managed to move into seconc place in the Kossuth County Baseball League with a come'- :rom-behind 13-12 victory ovei Rodman Sunday at the KG Park tn other games ^played Sunday Vlallard stayed on the unbeaten rack with a 5-1 verdict ovei Rock, Whittemore blasted Bancroft, 9-3, and Emmctsburg out-clubbed Humboldt, 15-12. Games this Sunday will find Algona at Lone Rock, Bancroft at Rodman, Humboldt at Whittemore and Mallard at Emmelsburg. Eldie Winkel made his- first start for the KCs and his teammates responded by giving him an early cushion. The locals got four,runs in the home half of the-first on singles by Batl and Godden, a walk and a double by Gordy Winkel. Two Rodman errofs aided the cause. Rodman came back with one run in the top of the first and two in the third to cut the margin to 4-3, before the KCs came up with their fifth run on a walk and single by Nelson in the last of the third. Rodman tied the count in the top of the fifth on three solid singles. Algona made it 8-5 in the bottom of the sixth on a walk, a single by Art Winkel, a double by Godden and a triple of Eldie Winkel, and added two runs on singles by Nelson, Godden and .Harold Amfahr in the seventh to make it 10-6. - A walk and singles by Nelson and Eldie Winkel gave the locals an 11-6 lead at the end of eight frames, but the apparent safe lead vanished in the top of the ninth as- Rodman scored six times on four singles, two walks and a pair of errors. The rally put Rodman on .top,. 12-11, and- set the Stage for the .wind-up. Amfahr opened the last of the ninth with a walk. He was sacrificed to second and the next hitter bounced out. Eldie Winkel came up with his third hit, a single, sending in the tying run, and after Winkel stole second, Merv Hentges slammed a double to the fence to win the game. Nelson took over in the top of the ninth for Algona and got the pitching win, while Anliker took the loss for Rodman. Nelson, Godden and Eldie Winkel each had three hits for Algona, while Fogarty got four for Rodman. Box Score: Rodman (12). AB R H Fogarty 13 o 4 Carpenter 6 1 0 Blake 4 o 0 Forey Q 1 0 Kuhni 4 i ] Perkins 5 2 1 Lenz 5 i \ Thatcher 5.. 3 a Anliker '__3 3 1 Helmke 4 o 0 42 12 11 Algona (13) AB R H Hentges 5 0 1 Batt 5 -1 1 G. Winkel 3 2 1 Nelson ^__^4 2 3 Godden _. 5 3 3 J. Diekman ..^..3 0 0 Amfahr; _.: ,..1 l l A. Winkel 4 1 1 Christoffers 2 1 0 Simmons __. __ 2 0 0 E. Winkel .5 2 3 39 13 14 League Standings ' W Mallard 5 Algona 3. Lone Rock _': ____L2 Emmetsburg j 2 Whittemore 2 lumboldt 2 Rodman 1 Bancroft 1 ST. JOE NEWS -Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. Mrs "John Thul and Mrs Sylvester Wagner went to Rochester on Wednesday to visit with Mrs Margaret Bornong", daughter Leona and son John. Mrs Bornong is a medical patient in St. Mary's hospital. They also were were callers in the Casper Kayser home. Franklin Wagner and Donald Illg drove to the George Bormann home near New Hampton to get John Wagner, who had been a visitor in the Bormann home the previous week. St. Joe Trojans met at the Art Illg home on Wednesday, May 30. Don Wagner and Drive McGuire will give a county demonstration July 30. Tom Reding was appointed to write up both news and feature stories for the club tour is scheduled for June 27 -with everyone to meet at Stanley Klein's home. Hivsrdale Friendly Club The Riverdale Friendly Club was held Wednesday, June (?, in the home of Mrs Doris Miller, with Dorothy Boldridge assisting hostess. The meeting was in charge ol the chairman, Marie Bernau Plans were made to visit at the home of a former member. Mrs George Bormann, now of Hampton. Arrangements were made for a club family picnic to be held July 1 at the swimming poo! park. Mother of the club, Mrs Loretta Thilges, was presented with a plant. Entertainment consisted of p spelling contest, with Mary Capesius high, and Elizabeth Grill second high. Guests were Attoer- tha Boldridge of Des Moines and Mrs Nell Potter, Algona. Lunch was served by ths hostesses. Honor Lois Riebhoff Lois Riebhoff was honored at a miscellaneous shower in the First Baptist church Friday evening May 25. There %vas a program of games a vocal solo by Mrs Robert Black, a reading by Pauline Bowman and Mrs Louis Egel gave devotions. The gift table was decoratec with a blue and white umbrella and miniature bfide. Joyce Riebhoff, sister of the bride-to-be, and Janice Klooster assisted Lois in opening her gifts. Peggy Glasef, 8 Peggy Glaser, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser, celebrated her 8th birthday Tuesday, M;iy 29 and had as guests At .a party Janet McGuire,' Barbara Booth. John Brandt, Mary Kath ernio and Ralph Wilhelmi, Nancy Fox, Shirley Heimer, Barbara Drone. Janice Wagner, Patricia McGuire, Mary Morck, Todd Henderson, Linda Dodds, Cheryl Kahihaar, Sheila Frieders, Linda Buscher, . Ann Cullen, Sharon Roethlcr, Maureen Lynch, Eileen Rt'illy, Phyllis Scott, Barbara Schattschneidcr, and the hon- oreo's brother Danny. Shower Honors Mrs-Cecil'Will and Mrs Wesley Bartlett gave a shower last week Tuesday afternoon for Lois Reibhoff, whose marriage to Calvin Tschetter will take place Wednesday, June 13. Guests were Mrs Clifford Reibhoff, Mrs Joe Tsfheltcr, Mrs John McGuire. Mrs Clifford Skogstrom, Mrs L. J. Reed, Mrs Berry Collins. Mrs L. L. Snyder, Mrs John Schut- Icr. Mrs Bob McCullough, Mrs John Hayes, Mrs Glen Graham, Mrs Lawrence Hutzell, Mrs Roy Hutzcll, Mrs Don Potter, and Mrs Earl Legler. Birthday Party Mrs Carrie St John observed a birthday anniversary Friday and had as guests that evening her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Kinsey and Brenda of Ames, Mr and Mrs Francis Nelson, Mr and Mrs Wilfred St. John, Mr and Mrs Dur- ,vood St John. Mr and Mrs Everett St John, Mr and Mrs Verio El- more, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Lau- ntsen Mr and Mrs J..M. Elmore, and Mr and Mrs Jim Elmore, and- the respective families. Betty Molt Birthday , .Betty Holt, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. M. Holt, was ten year- old May 26 and was given a party in celebration. Guests were Judy Bartholomew, Patty Clark Kenyon, Barbara Lindhorst. Marilyn Lucdtke, Mary Miller, Kay Moulton, Joan Post, Sally Steelc and Sally Swartz. The girls attended a matinee, and - lunch was served at the honor ee's home after the show. 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