Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1966
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O-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JULY M, 1966 Teeter paces Bulldogs hitting with .338 mark Bancroft Legion team advances with 6-1 victory Dale Teeter ended as the top batter fbr the Algona high. School baseball team with a .338 average. He had 21 hits in 62 times at bat and scored 16 runs. As shortstop, he made the most errors on the club, 10 of the team's 29. Runnerup to Teeter was Dave Martin with a .316 mark while Larry Scobba had a .311 average and Bill Farnham a .305 Mark. Other averages were Rog Meyer .291, Tom Claude .264, Craig Espe .246, Gary Barr .215 and Bill Boldridge .095. /'Reserves averages included pale Pedersen with a .428 mark, Don Hagen .500, Roger Barr .111, torn Jones .200 and Bob Farn- hflm.OOO. ;V Algona had a team batting av- efage of .271 compared to a .247 mark in 1965 and a .258 average in 1964. The Bulldogs had 163 hits in 610 times at bat, scored 163 runs. ; Craig Espe was 15-0 for the season while Larry Scobba was 3-3 and Dale Pedersen was 1-0. Bancroft — The Bancroft American .Legion baseball team advanced in the state tournament Sunday-night as it dumped Hamburg,'6-1 in an Inter-District first round game at Carroll. . ' Bancroft met Remsen, 9th district champion, at Fonda Wednesday night in a second round game.. •'.•"• . Gene Meister pitched a five- hitter and struck out nine men as he helped advance his Bancroft 'mates. Meister needed relief in the ninth inning of the game, played in 90-degree heat, YA-HOO! WE'VE GONE HILLBILLY FOR RIDICULOUS DAYS CHEiCK THIS DILLY HILLBILLY FISH SANDWICH SPECIAL Delicious Fish Filet on a Bun. Served with Chips, Relishes and Tartar Sauce. ONLY FRIDAY ONLY — 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. 39c C'mon in and set a spell. Sip a cup of "Mountain Mist." Fresh perked. Keep cooled by the mountain breezes. (Commonly known as air conditioning.) Y'AII Come! Hotel Algona Coffee Shop ALGONA, IOWA and Dick Diers retired the side with two men on in the final in* Wing. Charlie Farrow powered a 375- foot^home run in the second inning with Tom Nemmers aboard. Farrow added a double later in the game. Steve Vaske blastejj a triple and a double and the pair accounted for half of the Bancroft hits. Nemmers stole four bases in the game. Algona women win golf prizes at Humbolett Several Algona women won irb.es at the annual Humboldt Ladies Invitational golf tournament last Wednesday, July 20. Irma Dee Cook won the first flight with an 18-hole score of 100 and she also won the longest driving contest. Vivian Kent tied for first in the second flight with a score of 103. Iowa Press Day held here Friday The Kossuth County Advance Was host to members of the Iowa Press Association at the annual summer golf tournament and dinner at the Algona Country Club Friday. About 40 editors and wives attended with 22 competing in the golf tournament. Julian Chrischilles of Algona won the meet with a 76 for the 18 holes. Runnerup was Whitey Davis of Shenandoah with a 77 while defending champion Roy Vanderwicken of Grundy Center had an 83. Robert Diekmann cited for life insurance sales Robert C. Diekmann, Algona, special agent of the Northwest' ern Mutual life Insurance Co., was cited July 25 for outstanding life insurance sales, among the company's more than 250C agents coast-to-coast, during the 1965-66 agent's honor year. This is his second time for achieving membership. in the Marathon Club, with the insuring of 100 or more people in the agent's year as the requiremeni for membership. EQUESTRIAN..— 15-year-old Sheila ' Granaman, Mediapolis high school junior, added two more trophies to her large collection earned in horseshows since 1962. Sheila has and cares for four quarterhorses and a colt. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Granaman, have been with her in 40 or 50 shows around Iowa this year. — PLUS WRAP-UP OF WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN MEN'S SOFTBALL AND GIRL'S SOFTBALL — GIRL'S SOFTBALL SENIOR LEAGUE W Rockets ____ 8 Bombers 5 Missiles ...____ 3 Astronauts 2 Jets _. : 2 'Make-up Game Tuesday Rockets 18 Jets 3 L 0 3 5 6 PEEWEE LEAGUE W Colts 4 Red Sox 4 Mets 3 Athletics 0 Monday Red Sox 19 Colts 18 Games Next Week Monday '~ : Colts vs. Mets- Wednesday — V. Red,Sox vs. Athletics L 2 2 2 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE W Tigers _:__: ___'.__ 5 Angels '„'_• — 5 Orioles '.-. 4 Twins _!__________ ;j Yankees ^ '•_____ 2 White Sox 2 L 1 i 2 3 45 Indians 1 Monday Angels 10 Yankees 0 Tuesday White Sox 10 Indians 3 Games Next Week Monday — Tigers vs. Yankees Tuesday — White Sox Vs. Angels Wednesday — Twins vs. Orioles Thursday — Indians vs. Tigers NATIONAL LEAGUE W Dodgers 7 Braves 5 Cards ___.___: 3 •• Pirates _^___: :_ 3 Reds -._:_.^-:_-^l_- 2 Phillies— — 1 Monday Braves 10 Reds ,7. Tuesday . Braves 18 Pirates 12 Games Next Week Monday — Phillies vs. Cards Tuesday — Pirates vs. Cards Wednesday — Braves vs. Phillies L 1 3 3 4 6 4 Thursday-*Pirates vs. Phillies SENIOR LEAGUE W Giants _——. 7 Senators 6 Astros 4 Cubs 2 Whittemore ^ 0 Monday - •" Giants 10 Senators 7 Tuesday Game Postponed Games Next Week Monday — Astros vs. Senators L 1 3 4 4 7 Tuesday •-*-'' Whittemore vs. Giants Wednesday — Senators vs. Cdbs Thursday — Astros vs. Whittemore . MEN'S SOFTBALL W L Weidenhoff — 7 1 Bunnies _____ -'7 1 Buschers _—_ -'6: 2 Burt .__.- 5 3 Baptists 2 4 Buds 2 6 Universal 2 5 Collegians 15 Bombers -------- 7 1 * •; Monday Night Weidenhoff 13 Buschers 7 . Burt 7 Baptists 0 Tuesday Night Universal 13 Bombers 10 Bunnies 16 Buds 1 GEIDING — "Baldy," a 31- year old gelding has been seen pasturing on the Ed Goche farm north of Bancroft for the past 14 years. Mis age is comparable to a 105 year, old human. 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