The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1966 · Page 2
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Bears Lose Two At Mason City On Saturday Garrigan's Golden Bears out- hit Mason City Newman in both games of a doubleheader there Saturday, but came out on the short end of 2-Oand 7-1 decisions to level their season mark at 2-2. Coach Duane Kramer's club will travel to Bancroft tomorrow (Wednesday) for a meeting with St. John's at 8 p. m. The pitching of Don Potthoff, Bill Milder and Bill Reding was adequate Saturday, with Potthoff going down to defeat in the opener despite a fine one-hitter. Newman sandwiched a couple of walks around three Garrigan errors in the home half of the second inning to cop the opener. Potthoff whiffed eight and walked four as his mark went to 1-1. Dick Salz got two of Garrigan's four hits and Dick Bleich belted a double in the losing cause. Milder went the first 4 1/3 innings in the finale and Reding finished up. Milder took the loss and is also 1-1. He struck out seven and walked three and Reding whiffed four and issued one free pass. The locals outhit the winners, 4-3. Denny Long clouted a double for the Bears and scored the lone run in the fourth inning, coming around on a passed ball and an error. Tim Crimmings and Jim Salee pitched the wins for Newman. Teeter Fourth In State 880 At Eagle Grove Algona high school's golf team competed in the State Tournament at Carroll Saturday, finishing last in a field of 16, while Dale Teeter, representing the Bulldogs in the State Track Meet at Eagle Grove, placed fourth in the 880 with a 2:01.8 clocking, getting two points for the locals, good for a 28th place finish. Cherokee high school won both titles, the golfers with a 313 total and the track team with 54 points, which far out-distanced all other teams in the field. Algona's golfers had a 350 count. Eagle Grove, last year's Class A Track winner, finished fourth, while Clear Lake, Clarion, Humboldt and Hampton of the North Central Conference also posted points. Webster City's conference champions didn't score in the meet. Home From Hospital WESLEY - Mrs. Vern Olson was brought home Wednesday from the Britt hospital, where she had been a medical patient for five days. Les Wildin Is Hurt In Stock Cor Mishap Les Wildln, well-known Algona farmer and stock car driver, sustained a fractured collarbone in a 3-car pileupatthe Fairmont, Minn, Speedway Friday night. He was rushed to the hospital there for treatment. He was one of four drivers hurt during the opening program of the season. His car and vehicles driven by Marv DeWall, Jackson, Minn., who has driven here many times, and Larry Smith of Windom, Minn, collided in front of the grandstand early during the running of the A feature. X-rays were being taken of DeWall to determine his injuries. Smith was not hospitalized. Chris Haase Of Burl Dies; Funeral Held Christian T. Haase, 76, retired Burt farmer, died Thursday afternoon at St. Ann hospital in Algona where he was taken following a heart attack suffered Tuesday at his home. Mr. Haase was born Oct. 6, 1889 in Illinois where he received his education. In 1915 he came with his parents to the Burt area. Sept. 20, 1916 he married Martha Laabs at Lotts Creek. The couple farmed in the Burt area until 1950 when they retired to town. Survivors, in addition to his wife, are two sons, Gordon and Melvin, both of Burt; three daughters, Mrs. Emit Haack of Lone Rock, Leona Haase of Titonka, and Bernice at home. There are also two brothers, Ervin Haase of Spaulding, Ohio and Victor of Benson, 111., a nephew in Ohio, and nine grandchildren. He was a member of St. John's Lutheran church in Burt where funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Monday, Rev. Arnold Vehling of Lotts Creek officiating. Burial was at the Burt Township cemetery with Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft in charge. Frank Sanftner Of Swea City Succumbs At 77 Frank Sanftner, 77, lifelong resident of the Swea City area, died at his farm home near there, Friday night. Funeral services will be held this morning (Tuesday) at St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft, with Father Maurice Don't forget! DIAMOND'S FOR YOUR GRADUATION GIFTS • AMERICAN TOURISTER LUGGAGE • TIMEX WATCHES • NO-IRON SHIRTS AND SLACKS Krause officiating, at 10 a. m. Burial will be in the church cemetery, with Garry Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Sanftner was born Feb. 28, 1889, at Swea City, and received his education in the schools there. On May 4, 1925, he was married to Mary Krebsbach at Ledyard, who survives him, as do three sons and one daughter, Mrs. Warren (Jane) Thompson, Swea City; Paul and Jerry of Swea City, and Leroy of Minneapolis. Two brothers and a sister also survive. They are Lawrence of Pueblo, Colo., Matthew of Brainerd, Minn., and Mrs. A. H. Polk of Pueblo, Colo. There are also seven grandchildren. Church Delegates Algona will have two delegates at the fifth annual convention of the Iowa Synod of the Lutheran Church of America, to be held Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Moines Tueiday, May 24, 1966 Farmer Remains Critical With Tetanus Attack Arnold Danielson, 55, rural Algona, is still listed in critical condition at Rochester suffering from tetanus. He regained consciousness Wednesday and hope for his recovery increased. Danielson was transferred to Rochester from a Mason City hospital May 13 in critical condition. He reportedly ran a sliver into his hand a week earlier, May 22-25 in Des Moines. They are Rev. Robert Lorenz, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church of Algona, and Ed V/olcott, lay delegate. By Jim Kolp DON'T BU UNSURE INSURE WITH ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY 295-3176 — 206 I. STATE BE SURE - INSURE EMORIAL DAY SUGGESTIONS FROM HARRISON'S 1 r»************************************* 'a**************************************************** ***** •*-*-* LARGE SELECTION OF MEMORIAL DAY FLORAL PIECES WREATHS CROSSES BASKETS 98 C to *2. METAL CEMETERY VASES..."..- 2k METAL PLANTER BOXES . . 79c to $1.98 12"x30" FOLDING CHAISE LOUNGE FOLDING LAWN CHAIR WOODEN ARMS '3.66 WOODEN ARMS •7.66 BOTH PIECES WINDOW FAN 3 SPEED 1 YR, GUARANTEE '13.88 LADIES WHITE PURSES ASSTU NEW STYLES REG, $1.98 -1.47 S.HORT SLEEVE SWEAT SHIRTS ALL COLORS S • M • L - XL $ 1.47

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