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6 - Kossuth County Advance Monday, June 14, 1971 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS LICKTEIG MARK 4-O Bears Now 10-2 With 2-0 Win Over E'Hawks Garrigan's baseball team chalked up their 10th win with only two losses here last tues- day night by defeating Emmetsburg 2-0. Bud .Lickteig, Garrigan's winning pitcher, added his fourth straight win without a loss. Lickteig has given up only three hits in four games this season. "Lickteig told me he couldn't get loose until about the fifth. He seemed tight in the shoulder, when he got loose though, he was really fast. He has a good variety of changes with his knuckle and fast ball. The knuck- ler is a good pitch on an 0-2 count." Garrigan coach Joe Ascolese commented. Garrigan's runs came in the first and sixth innings. Lickteig batted in Steve Skilling with a single andRonEischencameinon an Emmetsburg error later in the sixth. Garrigan committed two errors to Emmetsburg's three with Garrigan getting eight hits to Emmetsburg's two. Lickteig struck out 12 E'Hawks and Gar- rigan was struck out six times by Emmetsburg's Neary. Ascolese praised Emmetsburg's handy short stop, Brown. "He has got to be the best shortstop I've seen in high school baseball." The next game with Goldfield is June 16, here, Ascolese stated that Goldfield is a tough ball club. They have a 6-4 pitcher that is supposed to be a real toughie. Game time will be at 8:00 on the Garrigan field. GARRIGAN Fandel Rahm S. Skilling M. Skilling Lickteig Mertz Eischen J. Bormann D. Bormann AB 3 2 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 25 R 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 H 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 1 1 8 Box Score Emmetsburg 000 000 0--0 2 3 Garrigan 100 001 x— 2 8 2 (Lickteig and Bormann; Neary and Conlon). ADVANCE Digest of Week's NEWS ST. ANN BIRTHS June 5 - Mr. and Mrs. Roy- . Justice, Algona, girl . June 10- Mr. and Mrs. Thorn- . as Elwood, Burt, girl. . ALGONA WEATHER •'-. H L R June 4 88 55 1.15 June 5 88 59 .45 June 6 84 62 • June 7 72 58 1.69 June 8 72 52 .10 June 9 76 56 Tr. June 10 85 61 .11 June 11 — 64 WEDDING PERMITS David C. Isebrands, Titonka, and Suzanne M. McGinnis, Algona; Harlan C. Hanson Jr., Heron Lake, Minn., and Jean Ma- lu eg, Algona; Benson M. Den Hartog, Sheldon, and Joyce Ubben, Buffalo Center; Donald Van Engelburg, Jackson, Minn., and Vicki Lamphier, Oelwein, Brian LaBarre, Algona, and Rebecca Lickteig, Wesley; Vance Swanson, Sherburn, Minn., and Patricia Ruhnke, Algona; Mark Mawdsley arid Colleen Kruse, both of Burt. BUILDING PERMITS Gene Heimer, reshingle; Howard Hentges, remodel; Mrs. W. A. Foster, sidewalk; Chuck Sheakley, fence; Tom Buscher, remodel; John Roeder, sidewalk; Harry Boekelman, screen in porch; Ralph Valentine, new steps; John Kajewski, garage; August Schmidt, storage building; Robert Knudson, repair garage roof; George Keleher, reside and reshingle; Van Buren Motel, demolish and replace shed; Schultz Bros., sidewalk; Reakus Helmers, reside house and repair garage roof; Ed Sindelar, sidewalk; Gerald Moffitt, sidewalk; Mary Becker, sidewalk; Security State Bank, repair wall. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PAXSON - Richard Carl Anderson, Fort Dodge, speeding, $10; Frank Joseph Drowe, Marshall, Minn., speeding, $21; Wm. Leo Lieser, speeding, $15; Robert Dale McCoy, Ames, speeding, $8; Wayne J. Roth, Woden, false checks at Bomgaars, restitution and $5 - Fareway, restitution and $5; Mark Anthony Studer, Wesley, volation of restricted license, $10; Francis Jay Vitzthum, Whittemore, failure to report accident, $10 - .reckless driving, $25;.Mary Ann Loftus, Fort .Dodge, false check at Diamond's, restitution and $5. St. ANN HOSPITAL . June 5 - Lynette Johnson, Cylinder, medical '.'..'•".. : ' June 6 -.Willie Ricklefs, Titonka, medical; Mrs. Mabel Lee, Algona, medical; Mrs. Frank Tague, Algona, medical;: Keith Vaske, ; Bancroft,' surgery; Stanley Walker, Algona, surgery; James Fitzpatrick, Algona, medical . June 7 - Albert Baas, Algona, medical; Thomas Martinson, Algona, medical; clair Reutzel, Burt, medical; James Miller, Burt, medical; George Bollinger, Algona, medical; Richard Rey-' nolds, Algona, medical; Marcita Chipman, Burt, medical June 8 - Arlan Benschoter, Algona, medical; Florence Hofer, Bode, medical; Warren Bowman, Algona, medical; Ronald Degen, Algona, medical; Cheryl Sill, Burt, medical; Shirley Struecker, Algona, surgery; Bruce Johnson, Algona, T & A June 9 - Rosemary Matthews, Algona, medical; Ella Burke, Whittemore, medical; Christina Elbert, Whittemore, medical June 10 - Anna Bernau, West Bend, medical; Ruby Mullin, Algona, medical; Bernitas Lynk, Algona, surgery; Ryan Schmidt, Lone Rock, accident; Jacqueline Schmidt, Lone Rock, accident; Judy Kadow, Burt, accident; James Hickey, Algona, medical; Mrs. Mary Hammer, Algona, medical; Mrs. Leota Hanselman, Algona, medical NEW VEHICLES Howard R. or Marilyn V. Geesman, Burt, Detroiter MH; Dennis B. or Linda L. Meister, Burt, Appleby TT; Harrison B. Cord, LuVerne, Terry tt; Chuck Behr Trl. Sales, Inc., Algona, Wheel TT; Marie Penton, Algona, Winnebago TT; Brian L. Ostwald, Whittemore, Honda MC; Stephan J. willrett, Algona, Honda MC; William A. Constable, Algona, Honda MC; Michael J. Muller, Whittemore, Honda MC; David L. Abels, Elmore, Honda MC; Russell R. Shipler, Burt, Rupp MC; Robert L. and Diana.M. Bachmann, Algona, Honda MC; Robert H. Patterson, Swea City, Honda MC; Donald or Bonnie Carroll, LuVerne, Rupp Trv. Trl.; Juan Vera Mejia, Algona, Yamaha MC; Hjelmeland Bldrs. by John, Algona, CMC Trk.; El- rner Dole Co., Irvington, Ford AHS Snaps Loss Streak, 4 - 3 Win Algona yielded three runs to Eagle Grove in the fourth inning here Friday, rallied to tie the score in the seventh, and won 4-3 on Dick Manske's game-winning hit in the last of the tenth. The Bulldogs broke a four- game losing streak with their first North Central Conference win in four tries and improved their season mark to 2-4. Algona's 10-hit attack was bolstered by Dan Smith's mound chores which produced 11 strikeouts during the lengthy battle. He was relieved in the 10th by Gene Hunt. Don Sindelar, Gene Hunt and Neal O'Brien carried the heartiest bats, each rapping a pair of hits, but it was Manske's drive down the third base line in the last of the 10th with two out that counted the most. - COME FROM BEHIND The Eagles scored three runs in the fourth on four hits with the aid of singles by Steve Nessa, Jack McGonegle and Tom Bachel, and one of two Algona errors during the night. Then came the Bulldog rally. In the tenth, Smith and Sindelar each flyed out before Hunt ripped a single and Manske brought him around. From the pitching standpoint, Coach Keith Christie of Algona High couldn't be dissatisfied with Smith's hurling. The graduated senior issued just two walks in nine innings. He gave up three runs on 10 hits but only one run was earned. Smith whiffed all but two Eagle hitters at least once during the fray and fanned Wooster four times. Algona now entertains its third NCC foe in seven days, Clear Lake, in a 6:30 engagement at the AHS diamond tonight (Monday). ALGONA Mueller, c Smith, p Sindelar, cf Hunt, ss Manske, lf-3b Penning, rf-lf O'Brien, Ib Lighter, 2b Kuhn, 3b Allen, rf . TOTALS AB 4 4 5 5 . 4 4 2 4 1 3 36 R 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 H 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 10 EvGrbve 000 300 OOq 0-.-3 10'4;. Algona 000 000 300 1--4 10 2 Trk.; William G. Manske, Algona, Int'l p/u; Tri County Coop Drying Assoc., Whittemore, . Chev. trk.; Roger L. or Mary L. Thilges, Whittemore, Chev. .trk.; Donald F. Anderson, Whittemore, Ford p/u; Algona Vault Service, Inc.,. Algona, Chev. Trk.; Joyce E. McElwee, Armstrong, Ford; James L. and Lettie Rowlet, Swea City, Pont.; Oliver W. Blomster, Swea city, Olds; Elmer W. Boyken, Buffalo Center, Ford; Fred W. or Estelle E. Kadow, Bancroft, Pont.; Wilbert M. or Leona J. Anderson, Algona, Ford; Dennis R. Schultz, Lakota, Chev.; IrvinC. or Lucille T. Kramer, Bancroft, Olds; Sheri or Bill Gallipo, Swea City, Buick; Wm. C.Dau, Algona, Rambler; Thelma J. Steenhard, Lakota, Chev.; Lelah M. Henderson, Algona, Olds; Schultz Bros., Algona, Buick; Alan J. Menke, Bancroft, Chev.; Mike Koppen, Whittemore, Buick; Maurice W. Blair, Swea City, Ford; Lydia B. Donovan, Algona, Merc.; Henrietta Boekelman, Algona, Pont.; Rita K. Plathe, Irvington, Olds; Richard P. or Jorine I. Henely, Algona, Pont.; Lloyd Wm. Hanselman, West Bend, Chrysler; Paul J. or Evelyn I, Granclge- nett, Wesley, Chev. MAYOR'S COURT Robert J. Davis, Algona, stop sign, $10; Charles R. Buss, Algona, speeding, $10; Steven W. Nelson, Algona, speeding, $12; Duane E. Hunt, Algona, speeding, $15; Donald D. Doocy, Lone Rock, speeding, $12; Michael L. Ruhnke, Algona, speeding, $10; Kurt A, King, Algona, careless driving, $10; Bille D. Constable, Algona, driver's license not valid for motorcycle, $10; Kenneth L. Kern, Algona, speeding, $12; 3 minors - possession of beer referred to juvenile court; John , W. Sweers, Wesley, public intoxication, $25; Wayne L. Ollom, Burt, OMVUI, pending. TIM LIGHTER joyously crosses the plate with Algona's tying run in the last of the seventh during the Bulldogs' 10-mning 4-3 conquest of the Eagle Grove nine Friday night. (Algona Pub. Co. photo) DUANE HUNT scored Algona's winning run. He singled and scored on a hit by Dick Manske. ^ (Algona Pub. Co. photo) Sports Calendar AUCTION CALENDAR SATURDAY, June 19- 1 p.m.- Public Auction at 502 North Wooster St., Algona, for Ada E. Carroll estate, sale includes Burf Socks Titonka 6-4 Friday Nite BURT - The Burt Bears parlayed a four-run fourth inning into a 6-4 win over Titonka here Friday. The Bears travel to Sentral for a 6:30 p.m. game Tuesday. Tom Lappe went all the way for the win, striking out 14 Titonka batters while his counterpart, Randy Brandt, whiffed eight for Titonka. Burt scored its four runs in the fourth to wipe out a 1-0 deficit as Joel Jentz got on on an error on the Titonka third baseman, Duane Heyes singled and after a sacrifice by Dale Person and Mawdsley's pop-up, Stan Eimers also reached base on an error. The winners added a single run in the fifth on Heyer'sdouble and an error. BURT (6) T. Lappe, p. Sarchet, Ib. AB 4 4 McFarland, ss. 3 B. Lappe, 3b. Jentz, c. Heyes, cf. Mawdsley, 2b. Person, If. Eimers, rf. TOTALS TITONKA (4) Hill, 3b. Janssen, cf. K. Brandt, ss. Heyer, c. R. Brandt, p. Phelps, Ib. Bunkofske, If. Culbertson, rf Heesch, 2b. TOTALS 3 3 3 3 2 3 28 AB 4 2 4 4 3 2 3 . 3 3 28 Score by Innings Titonka 010 Burt 000 020 1— 411 X— R 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 6 R 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 R 4 6 H 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 5 H 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 5 H E 5 5 5 4 Twin Rivers Students Get Swim Lessons The Red Cross swimming program conducted at the Humboldt pool for the students of the Twin Rivers Community School District will begin during the week of 'June''28th"anti will continue until August 6th. All children who are six years old or have finished kindergarten will be eligible. They are to bring their swimming slips with them the first day of lessons to be admitted. The busses from Bode and Ottosen will leave from the school buildings. The busses from Livermore will leave from the bank corner. Departure times as follows from each town: BODE - Tuesday and Friday at 10 a.m. OTTOSEN - Wednesday at 9:45 and Friday at 10:30 a.m. LIVERMORE - Tuesday and Friday at 9:15 a.m. many household furnishings, furniture, antiques and misc. items. Details .in Advance, June 14, and UDM, June 17. Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers. WED., JUNE 23, 10 a.m. Claude Johnson public auction on farm located 7 miles west, 1 ;l/4 miles north and 1/2 mile east of Bancroft. MONDAY, JUNE 14 BB - LuVerne at Goldfield, 6;00 BB - Bancroft at Ft. Dodge, 6:00 BB - Clear Lake at Algona, 6-30 BB- First day of Little League baseball. Junior goU clinic at 10:00a.m. TUESDAY, JUNE 15 BB-Bancroft at Lake Mills, 8; 00 BB- Algona at Emmetsburg, 6 : 30 BB- (9-10)AlgonaatClearLake 4;00 BB - Burt at Sentral, 6:30. SB - Heads vs. Straps Question Marks vs. p-3i WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 BB - Masoncity at Bancroft, 8 : 00 BB- Goldfield at Garrigan, 8:00 BB - Algona at Hampton, 6:30. SB - Wesley vs. Weidenhoff Peterson's vs. St. Joe PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 19 502 North Wooster, Algona 1 P.M. ESwSF-^-^^B-^" HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS tali, new) iB ,p TABLE AND 6 MATCHING CHAIRS WHITE SEWING MACHINE IN CABINET (near n,w| SIGNATURE WINDOW AIR CONDITIONER UPRIGHT HOOVER VACUUM (n«ar new) RCA COLOR TV WITH ROTOR NEW ELECTRIC BLANKET AIR KING DEHUMIDIFIEH WHIRLPOOL DRYER 5 Cycle. THIS COUPON WORTH lOe AND FAYS FOR ADMISSION WED., JUNE 16 AFTERNOON MATINEE SKATES EXTRA JOLLYTiME SKATING CENTER - AIGONA, IA. 4 Mile. Dining Chain Coffee Tafala 2 Platform Rockeri Open End Sofa Writing Desk Foot Stool Black Ricliiw GE Clock Radio Chait of Orawan Roll Away Bad Small Stand Small Library Tabla Tibl« Lampi Swivel Chair Mirror • Throw Rugs Framed Picturei Folding Picnic Tabla Sideboard Kitchan Utansili Electric Can Opener Folding Chain Electric Clock Pola Lamp Floor Lamp Child') Rocker Sewing Machine Cabinet 2 Rockeri Library Tablo Hall Tree Table and 4 Chain Utility Table Clothe* Hamper Scale Cupboard-Storage Stepitool Small Electric Heater Whatnot Sheet Blankeu Cannliter Set 8 Place Plaitlc Olnnerwara 6 Place Setting! Stoneware tome urving pieces Miic. Dishes Everyday Silverware Diih Toweli Waitebatketi Vaiat Flower Poti Bird Cage Walker Ironing Board Spoon Rack Laundry Can Wicker Baikal Pillow! Blanket! Bedipreadi Bath Toweli Wain Clothei Pillow Caiei Doiliat Throw Rugi Mijc. Drapery Material 3 Piece! Luggage ANTIQUES MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Wicker Chair China Clowt (Sideboard I Cabinet. 3 tides glau Misc. Antique Bottln Picture! Old Fashion Kitchen Cupboard Glass Butter Churn Step Ladders Shopping Cart Garbage Can Push Lawn Mower Woven Wire Fence 2 Tables (work) Laundry Bench Insulated Cooler Garden Hose MANY MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS NOT LISTED ' Ada E, Carroll Estate th quarter WITH TOM WALLER New Rule Helps In Bulldog Win A NEW RULE helped Algona. High's successful rally against Eagle Grove in a 4-3 baseball win here Friday. When the Eagle Grove pitcher took the sign from his catcher, he had the ball in front of him. The new rule, as Algona coach Keith Christie explained it to me, says the pitcher must have the ball behind him when he takes the sign or else it is a balk. Plate umpire G. A. Wittkopf, working the game with co-veteran Everett Barr, spotted the violation and waved Tim Lighter in from third base with the tying run. - o - I HAD an error in las) week's column, listing Race Day as next Saturday instead of Friday. The program is on for Friday, with races Friday night as usual. - o - STEVE BERGUMofLivermore has been named to the NAIA Team for his play at third base for Buena Vista College during the past season. Steve will be a senior next fall. Roger Meyer, former Algona High player from Whittemore, was a junior letterman at BV along with Bergum. Rog caught and played in the infield. - o - TEN MEMBERS of Algona's swim team went to Ames last-' week to take part in a swimming clinic put on by the Iowa State swimming coach. The Algona team is in the process of organizing and invites prospective members to join them in practices twice daily at the pool (10-11:30 a.m. and 7-8 p.m.). Pool lifeguard Kevin Lynch is coaching the team. - o - ALGONA RACE driver Gene Schattschneider is second in the point standings at the Boone Speedway, trailing Denny Hovln- ga of Laurens, 2,120 to 1,970. Arnie Braland of Boone is third with 1,645. -o- STEVE HORNUNG, a guy you might remember wearing an Iowa Falls High School football uniform against Algona, has, signed a pro contract with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the. Canadian Football League. He played linebacker arid captained the 1970 Drake team . . . .The Drake newsletter also reports the signing of a 9.6 100-yard dash man from Alton, HI., to. a football tender. That, kind of speed usually winds up at, a major (football) college. He'll" probably play split end in fopt- ball and be a teammate of Algona Garrigan's Chuck Casr sel in track. He ran the 180-' yard low hurdles in -.18.9, sixth- tenths of a second over the national prep record. Basketball Standings .SUMMER LEAGUE Bullets Lakers Celtics Bucks W 1 1 0 0 L 0 P 1 ' 1 Thursday's results - Lakers 41, Bucks 34; Bullets 64, Celtics 52. High Scorers - Jerry Dogotch, Celtics, 16; John Pittman, Bullets, 20; Mick Elbeit, Bullets, 23; Ron M. Reding, Lakers, 21; and Ron J. Reding, Bucks, 18. HblUNGSVVdRTH, STEPHENS, CLARK & STOCKS - BONDS MUTUAL FUNDS 7th & Locust - 300 Stephens Building - Des Moines, la. Phone: 515-288-0222 Your representative in Algona JOHN G LOVE 415 S. Hall Box 58 Phone: 295-3500 Not £e»f»otu.k>)« For AccidtnU TERMS: Cub 0«y Of S.l« - Nothing r«np¥t<J Till Settled KOJ, UoJ. CtMfU - t»c CLERK • Al'CTIONEEKS hwruld K-ck & It»>uiund Sf>rrw«r Uit.H lo KLOA In C*M Of tt.n> NOTICE • LP GAS DISTRIBUTORS • FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTORS • BUS TIRE DISTRIBUTORS The West Bend Community Board of Education is accepting bids for the 1971-72 school year on the following: • BUS TIRES •LPGAS •FUEL OIL The Board reserves the right to relect any or all bids. All bids must be in the Superintendent's office by noon, June 28. Specifications can be acquired by writing or calling the Superintendent's office at West Bend. Phone number 515-887-4481. (24A-25A)

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