The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1956 · Page 8
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KOSSUTH LOOP RACE TIGHTENS Algona Victor At Lone Rock; Mallard Loses Mallard went down to defeat for the first (imr and the Algona KCs moved to within one game of first place in the Kossulh County League Sunday. Two other teams, Whittemore and Emmetsburg, each racked their third straight Wins moved into contention for crown. Sunday's results: Bancroft 10, Rodman 7, at Rodman; Emmetsburg 5, Mallard 2, at Emmetsburg; Whittemoit 6, Humbpldt 5. at Whittemore: and Algooa KCs, 5, Lone Rock 4, at Lone Rock. up and the League Standings W Mallard 5 Algona 4 Emnietsburg 3 Whittemore 3 Lone Rock . 2 Humboldt „_ 2 Bancroft 2 Rodman 1 The Lone Rock-KC affair was a honey.all t\\e way, and the final outcome was in doubt until the last oiit, despite a 15-8 hitting edge racked up by the winners. 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Two runs in the visitor's half of the seventh stitched the decision. Singles by Hentgos, Batt, Gordy Winkel and Eldie Winkel and a sacrifice by Nelson sent the runs home to make it 5*1. Th.e stage was set for a come- from-bchind win for Lone Rock and the eighth inning almost furnished just that. A walk to Schuller, singles' by Dean Culbertson, Sab., Householder and Bollinger and u wild pitch sent in three runs to cut the margin to 5-4, but ii ground out ended the rally. Loren Nelson hurled the win and Marv Bollinger the loss. Bollinger allowed 15 iTils. but had his strikeout pitch working to perfection". Nelson gave up eight blows/five walks, while whiffing six. Bollinger walked only two nnd struck out eight. Box score: Algona (5) ' AB R H Hentges, ss 5 1 3 Batt, cf. ...I 4 1 2 G. Winkel, 3b 4 1 2 Nelson, p. ^__ 4 0 1 , Godden, rf. 522 E. Winkel, Ib. ./_. 502 J. Diekman, If. 402 B. Diekman, 2b 3 0 1 A. Winkel, c.| 4 O/ 0 a-Algena (lei.) Upper Des Mdin«» Tuesday, June 19, 1956 33 5 15 Lone Rock (4) AB R H B. Flaig, If. 300 J. Culbertson, ph. 000 , Plaig, If. _ 1 0 0 Marlow, ss. -. 510 Cotton, 2b. 4 0 1 D. Culbertson, 3b. .. '4 1 2 Dreyer, Ib ... 502 Salz, c. 3 1 1 Schuller, rf. 3 1 0 Blanchard, cf. 1 0 0' Householder, cf. 2 0 1 Bollinger, p. , 401 35 4 8 Tom Lichliter hurled the Bancroft win over Rodman as Anliker went all the way for the losers. Farrell and Thompson held Mallard to seven hits as Emmetsburg garnered eight off the offerings of Richart and Eckhart, and Kisch and Meyer combined to hurl Whittemore's win, while Monahan took the loss for Humboldt. Games this Sunday will find Algona at Humboldt, Bancroft at'- Mallard,* Rodman at Emmetsburg and Whittemore at Lone Rock. One J.P. Case Only one case was heard in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week. Richard Dornbier, Algona, paid $20 and costs for speeding. , WE HAVE IT! NEW HOLLAND'S Super"66" to build firm bales every time! This Month's Farm and Home Section ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. crecfi/-» ferrying . . . if sh* wears a b«au* tiful Orangt Bios* $om ring, You can pay mart, but you can't buy bettor quality for Jho money* RWISTCTED JCWELEB AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ALGONA, IOW A KOSSOTH COUNTY P ORT S Grid Coach Resigns For the second time in less than a year, Algona high school is searching, for a football coach, Jason Loving', who guided-the Bulldogs last fall, tendered his resignation to the school board Friday morning. Loving had signed his 1956-57 contract earlier this year, but due to an outstanding offer, decided to resign and accept a post on the coaching staff at Battle Creek, Mich. He will be assistant varsity football coach, assistant in one spring sport and will teach American Government. Head coach at Battle Creek, also just hired, is Chuck Cacek, who played football with Loving when both were on tho first string at Iowa Teachers in the late forties. Cacek has been backfield coach at Teachers foi the past year. Increase in salary and the chance to move up to a bigger school, plus the opportunity of working with his former friend, probably prompted L o v i n g's move. He stated Saturday that "I have no designs on the head coaching job at Battle Creek, I'll be perfectly satisfied as an assistant." Battle Creek is a city of 50,000 and has a high school enrollment of 1,800. Loving's record here last fall was a distinct disappointment to him, for he had not had a losing season since college graduation in 1949. His team at Primghar was undefeated and he racked up a 29-14 won-lost mark during five 'years at Orange City. Jason was named football coach here July 25, 1955, to replace Tony Guzowski, who moved to the head coaching job at East Waterloo after a successful tenure for several years here. Loving, his wife, and daughters, Linda and (Jane, plan to remain here until August 15. He is coaching Algona's Junior Legion baseball nine this summer. Softball Loop Openers Monday The Egg Heads and Independents opened the Algona Recreation Softball League season with wins at.the Athletic Park Monday night. The Egg Heads downed the Bushers, 7-6, in the opener, while the Indies slammed the Post pffice, 16-7, in the finale. A five-run sixth inning 'let the Egg Heads take their win as they outhit the losers, 12-11, in a fast game. The Independents managed to make.a lot less errors than the Post Office nine besides outhit- ting the losers, 16-11, in the nightcap. There are two games on tap each Monday night and a single fray every Tuesday throughout the summer. LuVerne Youth In Kansas League LuVerne—Don Baker, son of Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker, is playing second base with the Larned, Kansas, entry in the Ban Johnson League. Young Baker was an outstanding shortstop during his high school career at LuVerne and was on the team which went to the state tournament at Des Moines this spring. He also was a regular on the Algona Junior Legion nine a year ago. The Ban p Johnson loop is a ten-team set-up and is classified C ball. All players in the league are 21 years and under and most are either recent high school graduates or college students. Mi- Baker went with his son to Larned before try-outs began recently. Gets Dodger Tryqut , Bancroft—Gordon Hutchinson, of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson, left June 8 for Kokomo, Indiana, where he will try out with the Dodger Baseball Farm Club. Gordon is a 1956 graduate of St. John's High School. , The unification of the armed services was authorized by the eightieth congress by Public Law 253 on July 26, 1947. For Coccidiosis we recommend Hilltop remedies containing Sulfaquinoxaline ROBINSON PRODUCE into the finals of the Legion playoffs at Bancroft with a convincing 17-2 . verdict over Wesley Monday night in the first game of a doitbleheader. Finals of the meet will be held at Bancroft Wednesday night at 8 p.m. Algona will meet the winner of the Lone Rock-Bancroft game for the county title. Al Grill spun a three-hitter at Wesley to chalk.up an easy win. His mates got only eight hits, but three hit batsmen and a total of 13 walks kept the runs scoring. Slobe and Kueck each got a pair of hits for the winners, while Root, Erdman and Rartey ac* counted for Wesley's blows. Gl'ill struck out 13 and walked only two during the contest. The win gave Algona a 6-4„ season mark and was the fourth in a row in the win column. Master's Degree Lone Hock—Mrs Harold Angus and Toni of Burt, Mrs Wayne Mann, also of Burt, Mr and Mrs Chitide Whitehili of Algona and Mrs Gerald'Angus went to Des Moines last Monday to attend the graduating exercise at Drake University. Claude Whitehili received his master's degree. UDM V/anl Ads Pay Dividend! .1 . A Jason Loving Forest Cityan Wins Algona Golf Tourney John Eymann of Forest City dead-eyed his approach into the cup on the twenty-seventh and final hole at the Country Club Sunday to snare the Algona Amateur golf crown. Eymann's surprise /finish let him wind up with a 110 total, one slim stroke ahead of Phil Joselyn of Fort Dodge. Fred Gordon, perennially one of Iowa's top amateurs, and a former title-j holder here, grabbed third with a 113, Bud Judish, Fort Dodge; member of Iowa University's golf team, was next at 115 and John Marschall, captain at Iowa, Hampton, was fifth with a 110 total. Don Canning was Algona's only finisher in the championship flieht as he took seventh with a 118 total. Other flight winners were: First — Tom Chaoman, Fort Dodge; Second — Frank Rueb, \ltiona, last year's champ; Third —Julian Chrischilles. Algona; and Fourth — Flip JVIiller, Algona. Gordy Schmidt was general chairman of the two-day event. Algona Jr. Legion 17-2 Victor In County Tourney Algona's Junior Legion baseball nine literally walked its way For low cost FLY CONTROL for Dairy Barns, spray with DIAZINON Advertised in This Month's Farm and Home Section RUSK DRUG DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT SUN,, JUNE 24 JACK COLE ' x "In Person" ^ .and his orchestra Adv. Booths Call 4101 June 23 & 24 George W. Nelson shows, featuring large roller coaster Sponsor: ' American Legion PLANTATION BALLROOM WH1TTEMOHE, IOWA Friday, June 22 Square Darre Lessons* Sunday, June 24 HENRY CHARLES Sunday, July 1 EDDIE ALLEN Sun., July 8 DON SHAW Sun., July 15 VANCE DIXON No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 Gas Didn't Explode - , An account,of a fire at the reaf Of the new Northwestern Bell building under construction here, carried in last week's Upper Des Moines, said that "one cylinder of gas exploded." Bottle gas cannot explode as each cylinder has a relief valve built into the tank, which . releases the gas when necessary. It is believed that the noise of explosion was caused by a tire on the tar truck blowing out. Dense black smoke made it impossible to exactly spot the point of explosion . Wins $50 Prize Ronnie Elbert, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert, Algona, recently Was awarded a $50 prize for his work as a sophomore at the Maryland Institute of Art at Baltimore. The Ephraim Keyser award tons for filbeWs W6Vfc tft the sculpture department.; He will be a junior, working fotyafd a degree in line arts, s this flail. •> t - _ _ -*. " -': Hostess To Criseo Chums The dresco 'Chums met June 4 at the home of Dorothy Gade with Alice .Patterson assisting. Roll Call,, was answered ,by 21 members and two leaders. ' All day work" shop was plan* ned. Madonna Glsch gave a demonstration on making drawer dividers, Carolyn Rochleau gave a talk on accessories, a demonstration oh the correct way to make a bed was given by Lucille Gade .and Chervil ^lc- ALGONA® FRI., JUNE 22nd MIDWEST CARAVAN SAT., JUNE 23rd EDDIE ALLEN & ORCH. WED., JUNE 27th Teenage Dance EDDIE ALLEN & ORCH. Reservations Available for the Following Dales TUBS., JULY 3rd HENRY CHARLES & Orch. WED.. JULY 4th JULES HERMAN And Orchestra THURS.. 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