Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 5
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*W',- •:'*"»»•.£ -K<4effi»' v : riK-'^^^si^^-^ S.*h. f ^tTVSifc*, ft" -*.*3gf'gitAjE-.<!StJ.>y > ** * .- r Monday, June 21, 1971 Ko«*uth County Advance - 5 S KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS LAND BANK FARM LOANS Kossuth, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Palo Alto counties Long term — Low cost No prepayment penalty L AIM OB AIM K Game Ends At Home Plate Three unearned runs, including two that scored on either passed balls or wild pitches, enabled Goldfield to battle back to a 4-3 deficit against Garrigan here Wednesday before the Bears ended poldfield's comback with a final out at home plate. Garrigan's pitcher, Paul Mertz (19 above) had the ball knocked out his glove as Goldfield scored one run. Catcher Jim Bormann (right) made sure it didn't happen again as he tagged out the would-be tying run, ending the game. (Algona Publishing Co. photos) 6HS Gives Goldfield First Loss; Avenges Newman Loss Garrigan managed to keep the winning streak going as the Bears slipped by Goldfield 4-3. Garrigan now 11-2, will travel to Britt Tuesday for a 7:00 game. Garrigan scored all four runs in- the first inning when Dale Fandel doubled. Mike Rahm walked and Steve Skilling sacrificed to move the base runners ahead. Bud Lickteig then tripled to bring in Fandel, Rahm, and Skilling. Eischen singled to score Lickteig to give the Bears the only four runs of the game. Goldfield scored all their runs in the fourth and fifth innings. The game was well pitched as Paul Mertz struck out eight Goldfield batters. Goldfield'sF rakes fanned 11 Garrigan players. The Bears ended the game when Mike Skilling caught a fly ball and alertly picked off a Goldfield base runner to end Goldfield's possible rally. Did you know that Alfred "Buck" Buchner GHS Fandel Rahm D. Skilling M. Skilling Lickteig J. Bormann Eischen D. Bormann Mertz AB R 3 1 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 21 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 H 1 0 1 0 1 0' 1 0 0 4 Garrigan high school avenged one of their two losses of the season Friday night by edging Newman at Mason City, 1-0. The Bears lost their season opener to Newman here, 3-2. They now have a 12-2 mark for the year. (Mertz. and Bormann) (Frakes and Schifjull) / R H E Goldfield 000 120 0-3 6 1 Garrigan 400 OQO x-,4 4 1 Ringsted Hands Burt First Conference Loss BURT (Special) - Burt lost its first conference game Friday evening by losing to' a hard-hitting Ringsted team 6-4. Ringsted scored runs in the second, third and seventh innings with Ringsted's Mick Preston hitting a 300-foot home run in the second. Bill Hansen hit two singles and a double to help Ringsted's. batting power. RingstecJ broke the 4-4 tie in the seventh when Olson Walked and Hansen doubled to score one rbi. Hansen advanced on a fielder's choice and scored on a passed ball. Burt loaded the bases in the sixth but failed to score. Sports Calendar is good for Life? A good Demon to see for all your family lift* Insurance, that is. He can provide you with a State Farm Life policy designed to fit your needs exactly. And his special training and experience make him qualified to answer any in- •urancc question you might-have. So coll now, and ask about State Farm's up-to-date protection. (It's the same good deal as State Farm auto insurance!) Alfred "Buck" Buchner PH. 5-5556 - ALGONA •TATE FARM LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFFICE! BLOOMINCTON, ILLINOId BURT T. Lappe, 3b, p S. Scott, If Sarchet, Ib McFarland, ss B. Lappe, c, 3b Jentz, p, c Mawdsley, 2b Heyes, cf Eimers rf D. Scott, pr Totals AB 2 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 3 0 23 R 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 H 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 Ringsted 013 000 2- 6 7 2 Burt 012 100 0--4 2 1 (Wilkert and Cummins; Jentz, B. Lappe, 3rd, and B. Lappe, and Jentz, 3rd). WOMEN'S SOFTBALL RESULTS Swingers 19, Sluggers 8. Drinkers 44, Redshots 14. AND ... it's a "mortgage" you can never pay off. So don't take chances on a ruinous loss if hail strikes YOUR crops this summer. B* prepared And be sure of ADEQUATE protection with a Square Deal crop hall policy. Fire and lightning coverage added •t no extra cost. Sit YOUR LOCAL AOINCY SQUARE DEAL INSURANCE IH b MOINLi, IUWA 'jO too Your friendly Square Deal Agent w KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION MONDAY, JUNE 21 BB- LuVerne at Kanawha, 8 BB- Algona (9-10) at Clarion, 4 SB - Sentral girls at Armstrong, 6:30. SB-Pine Room vs. Heads; Question Marks vs. Burt WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23 BB - Garrigan at Bancroft, 8 BB - Algona at West Bend 8 BB - Webster City at Alg'ona (910), 4 SB — Wesley vs. Straps; Petersons vs. Hormel THURSDAY, JUNE 24 BB - Burt at Bancroft, 8 BB - Algona (9-10) at Humboldt, 4. SB - Thompson at Sentral girls, 6:30. SB - Bancroft vs. Weidenhoff; Rams vs. St. Joe BUILDorBUY GRANDFATHER CLOCKS AT FACTORY PRICES! SAVE $200. Do-it-yourself kits, movements, moon dials, finished clocks, shipped promptly on money back guarantee. SEND COUPON TODAY FOR FREE CATALOG EMPEROR CLOCK COMPANY Dtpt. N — 23 Ftirhopi, Al»b«m» 36532 Model 120 Black Walnut 101 N. WOOSTER 295-3756 ALGONA, IOWA Name _ Address. City | State Zip in Ft!ii- EMMETSBURG W. Hwy. 18 Ph. (7J2) 852-2645; Box 191 Field efftces: WHY? . . . READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND YOU'LL' KNOW! | Algona, Thursday A.M. | Spencer, Wednesday A.M. See Eugene Hutchins, Bob Reel or Helen Haas RFC?BEST 4 PLY NYLON CORD TIRE WIDE, STRONG SILVERTOWN CUSTOM Fits many Mavericks, Hornets, Comets, Valiants, Falcons, Rambler Americans, size B78-14 plus F.E.T. of $1.96 per tire. SAVE UP TO *3O A SET Fits many VW's, Mustangs, Corvairs, Darts, Barracuda's, Chevy ll's, Ramblers, sizes 5.60-1 5, 7.00-13, and C78-14 plus F.E.T. of $1 .76 to $2.07 per tire. Fits many Javelins, Chevelles, Camaros, Cougars, Firebirds, Rebels, Ambassadors, Corvettes, Torinos, Plymouths, sizes E78-14, F78-14 and F78-15, plus F.E.T. of $2.21 to $2.42 per tire. $ ^|BVV^ ^••••av Fits many Chevy's, ^•BBBj^BIBBBi Dodges, Fords, ••^BBJIBM^BB; Oldsmobiles, Pontiacs, ^^••BF ^BBBBy T-Birds, Buicks, Chryslers, ^^^" ^^^^^ Mercurys, sizes G78-14, G78-15, H78-14, H78-15, plus F.E.T. ot $2.25 to $2.80 per tire. Abovo prices plus trade in. Whilewalls slightly higher BUY NOW FOR A SAFE VACATION SALE ENDS JUNE 30,1971 BANKAMERICARDI ti-tr>* )3 WAYS TO PAY>- LBUDGET TERMS MASTER CHARGE] BFG'S GOLFER'S SPECIAL 3 GOLF BALLS AND A GOLF GLOVE • 3 U.S.G.A. approved solid-center golf balls with super-tough covers • The Chi Chi Rodriguez stretch glove in your choice of colors ONLY $9OO f^HBJ COMPARE •••• AT $6 PERFORMA G.T. • Low, wide "70" series profile • Polyester Cord-Fiberglass Belt construction • Styled for today's high-performance cars • Bold Raised White Letters AS LOW AS $ 32" Whitewall size F-70X14 pus F.E.T. of $2.64 p«r tire plus trade-in JACK'S OK TIRE SERVICE Prlctd H ihown at B,F,Goodrich Sioni; eomp«lltlv»ly prlcid n B.F.Goodrlch Dtiltri, TMI 413 i. State Street Phone 295-2459 Algona B.E Good rich

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