The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1966
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l~At0ono (Id.) Upper Dei Mdlnet Thursday, June 9, 1966 797 £/>/* HW Ope/i Zoop GHS Is M Winner Over Softball Play Here June 13 Eagle Grove May in Algona's Girls' Summer Softball leagues, the Novice. Junior and Senior loops, l£ slated to begin June 13, With teams to play games Monday through Thursday each week from then until July 21, except for the first week in July. A total of 191 girls have signed up. There are five teams In each league, with 64 girls in the Novice League (grades 3-4), 66 in the Junior League (grades 5-6) and 61 in the Senior League (grades 7-8). Coaches have also signed up for the season. Here are the rosters and coaches of all teams in the three loops: NOVICE LEAGUE Blue Jays - Deona Simpson and Clint Godden, coaches, Donna Godden, Sandra Thompson, Connie Nash, Connie Utt, Judy Simpson, Lori Holtzbauer, Sally Gotten, Mary Crowley, Cynthia McGuire, Jean Lalng, Glenda Gade, Vickie Brandt and Julie Kollasch. Canaries - Ken Gellenfeld and Arnle Lalller, coaches, Diane Knoer, Deanna Eastman, Maureen Ruhnke, Mary Nash, Betty Ulfers, Debbie Knoer, Debbie Levy, Deborah Winter, Denlse Coleman, Lisa Geilen- fald, Janelle McGlnnls, Vickie Harris and Jane Shey. Orioles - Robert Lemkee and Mitch Taylor, coaches, Ramona Deal, Connie Bird, Cynthia Schubbe, Cathy Lemkee, Laurie Chamberlain, JoAnn Thuente, Cynthia Skilling, Gail Slndelar, Jerl Anderson, Trecla Parrish, Trudy Parrish and Jo Ann Taylor. Robins - Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Erlckson, coaches, Sherry Merryman, Cathy Lloyd, Karln Erlckson, Janet Smith, Teri Hwbst, Virginia Cook, Teresa Gettman, Verletta Christian, Mary Lou Haag, Susan Harmon, Liz Harmon, Maria Sampson, Julie Haas and Christie Hemmen. Redbirds - Diane Eischenand Marcia Hinken, coaches, Cindy Rlngsdorf, Amy Ashland, Cathy Johnson, Marcia Sorensen, Becky Telecky, Sheila Ludwig, Michelle Simons, Connie Diekmann, Jullanne Johnson, Lorle Hunt, Jeanne Rich and Colleen Devlne. JUNIOR LEAGUE Lions - Milo Kollasch and A. J. Cotten, coaches, Linda McGuire, Betty Reynolds, Mary Cotten, Susan Cotten, Mary Beth Montag, Lynn Holtzbauer, Patty Thllges, Cindy Forbes, Susan Klnseth, Charlotte Lemkee, Lee Ann Schenck, Karen Kollasch and Linda Kramer. Colts - Milt Hinders and Larry Johnson, coaches, Randl Schoby, Jeanne Dau, Judy Helmer, RondaHolldorf, Deborah Hansen, Sally Schattschneider, Cynthia Winter, Karen Zeigler, Jenny Limbaugh, Jean Prothman, Donna Hinders, Debbie Kern and Susy McConnell. Bears - Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst, coaches, Muriel Slgsbee, Rexann Voyles, Liz Anderson, Linda Lallier, Kimberly Thuente, Susan Owens, Lori Herbst, Barbie Merryman, Kristy Logan, Debra Benson, Rowena Wildin. Gophers - Chuck Hinken, RUBS Buchanan and Dr. Harris, coaches, Mary Hinken, Elizabeth Bestenlehner, Kathy Cooper, Candy Puffer, Susan Buchanan, Cathy Schlievert, Marv Straub, Kay Skilling, Kristine, Rochleau, Diane Studer, Jan Armstrong, Diane Harris, Diane Nltchals and Joan Leaneagh. Hawks - Dwlght Wagner and Al Missal, Lois Joens, Marlene Morz , Marcy Diamond, Vlcki Telecky, Linda Wagner, Jody Simons, Carol Nelson, Kathleen, Payne, Debbie Munger, Kim Peterson, Michelle Marshall and Debra Missal. SENIOR LEAGUE Jets - Dick Reynolds, coach, Diane Logue, Marlene Schaeffer, Diane Welp,« Susie McGuire, Theresa Crowley, Mary Forbes, Barbara Diamond, Linda Reynolds, Mary Boudewyns, Jamie Christie and Patricia Harms. Rockets - John Haag, coach, Diane Winter, Linda Helmer, Suzanne McGinnis, Nita Limbaugh, Marsha Geilendeld, Susan Jergenson, Lori Calhoun, Mickey Harris, Janls Haag, Patricia Von Bank, Joleno Lalller, Judy Dutton, Susan Walker and Nancy Haag. Astronauts - Chuck Devlne, coach, Theresa Farrell, Liane Treganza, Vlcki Anderson, Bonnie Helmers, Mary Lichter, Kathy Devlne, Pat Kramer, Mary Lovstad, Kathy James, Jane Crawford, Lore Albright and Patrice Lierley. Missiles - Rose and Barbara Murphy, coaches, Debbie Utt, Kathleen Murphy, Deborah Brandt, Mary Scherer, Sheryl ' Knecht, Suzanne Holtzbauer, Barb Scnlievert, Terry Cook, Mary Lou Nitchals, Bonnie Wil- Irett, Barbara Cook and Debbie Specht. Bombers - Lana Bishop and Virginia Deal, coaches, Trena Parrish, Tamara Parrish, Maria Wlttkopf, Gail Kirkland, Diane Moen, Jeri Nielsen, Susan Groen, Nancy Kolp, Marlene Mueller, Jacque Taylor, Cynthia Merryman and Sheri Gilmore. Bulldogs Post Fourth Straight Victory 5-2 Algona's Bulldogs ran their victory skein to four without a defeat here Tuesday evening, counting five runs In the second and third Innings, then hanging on to post a 5-2 win over Eagle Grove In a North Central Conference game. Coach Keith Christie's club will host Hampton In another loop fray here tomorrow (Friday) at 6:30 p. m., then travels to Clear Lake for a conference meeting with the Lions next Tuesday. Craig Espe had a no-hitter going for five innings against the Eagles - then allowed two runs on three hits In the last two frames as he garnered his third win without a loss. Rog Meyer, sophomore third baseman, who is now batting .417, opened the home half of the second with a single. Bill Farnham, who owns a .700 average at the plate, walked, and Bill Boldridge, .SOOhitting outfielder, followed with a single that plated Meyer. Gary Barr reached on a fielder's choice, Larry Scobba walked and Dave Mai-tin, a .367 hitter, sent the third run of the Inning home with a single. A base knock by Dale Teeter and a walk to Meyer got tilings going in the last of the third. They scored on a series of passed balls and ground outs to make it 5-0. Eagle Grove's single counters in the sixth and seventh rounded out the scoring. Espe struck out 11 and walked only one, while Notestine of the visitors whiffed six and walked four. The Bulldogs held a 4-3 edge in hits in the contest, with Martin, Teeter, Meyer and Boldridge getting one each. Notestine and Brauman each got a double for the losers, while Salmon contributed a single. Algona was errorless again in the field. Rog Barr, filling In at second base for Tom Claude, who is at Boys State this week, handled three chances cleanly. The hit total was the lowest In four games for Algona. AB R H Martin 2 0 l Espe 30 0 Teeter 31 1 Meyer 22 1 Farnham 21 0 Boldridge 30 l G. Barr 3 1 0 Scobba 200 R. Barr 200 IF T T Edgington Hot I l Jim Edgington, popular Algona driver, showed his heels (or wheels) to the rest of the field at Kossuth Speedway here Friday night as he swept to victory In three of the five events featured. Edgington, at right, is shown above beside no. 65 with Wayne Meyer, Algona, owner of the car. His trophy for winning the trophy dash can be seen on the hood of the auto. Edgington got his first shot at a win in the second heat, after Don HUbert nabbed an easy win in the first heat. He fought off the challenge of Gene Schattschneider, also an Algonan, just as he did in his other two wins, to pick up the victory. The next event was the trophy dash, featuring the six fastest cars in the field, and again it was Schattzle who came in second with Les Frieden third. In the feature, Edgington, Frieden and Schattschneider finished In that order, with the second and third place finishers pushing him most of the 20 laps. The B-feature was copped by Gary Hill of Clarion, who outlasted the onrushlng Dick Simpson of Wesley and Darreld Bunkofske of Algona to win. Generally speaking, the driving was more slam -bang than the opening races a week earlier as many of the cars were In much better mechanical condition. The victories were a little tougher to come by, except for the first heat when Hilbert gunned out on the straightaway to get the jump on the field after starting fifth. Another big program of races is on tap this Friday evening, beginning with warm-ups at 8 and the first race about 8:30 p.m. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) On Dean's Lilt Dennis Frink of Whittemore is one of the students at Estherville Junior College who appeared on the Dean's List for scholastic excellence at the conclusion of the last semester of work. Garrigan's Golden Bear supped their season mark to .500 with a 7-2 victory at Eagle Grove Monday evening. The Bears have now won four and lost four. Single runs in the second, third, fourth and fifth innings and a 3-run cluster in the top of the sixth paced the win, which was hurled by Bill Milder and Don Potthoff, with the former who fired a no-hitter in his last outing! getting the win., A walk to Dick Salz, an error and Steve Elschen's double sent home the first counter of the game, but a home run by Yoder of the Eagles knotted the count in the bottom of the second. Denny Long walked and Joe Becker reached on an error before Long stole home in the third to make it 2-1. Chuck Gellenfeld's infield hit, a steal of second and a single by Milder made it 3-1 in the fourth and it went to 4-1 In the next frame as Mike Llckteig doubled, went to third on an outfield fly and scored on Geilenfeld's second Infield hit. Eagle Grove got its final run in the home half of the fifth before the Bears put it away with three in the sixth. A walk to Milder started the rally. Long reached on an error and Milder scored, then a fielder's choice, a pair of errors and a walk closed out the scoring. Milder and Potthoff whiffed eight and allowed four walks while the bears out-hit the losers 5-3. The losers committed five errors along the way. Hood's Super Vain One Of State Plaque Winners Wm. J. Hood, owner and operator of Hood's Super Valu, has been awarded the "Outstanding Merchandising" bronze plaque from Super Value Stores, Inc., announced J. C, Crabtree, Vice President and manager of Super Valu's Des Moines Division. It is the second time in the last three years that the award was made to the Algona store. He was one of the four Super Valuo rt Wallers outside of Des Moines In the division who won the award. The division serves a total of 223 Super Valu affiliated food stores. Basis for the award was the originality and Initiative displayed by Super Valu retailers during the firm's 24th Anniversary Sale, which ran from May 4th to May 7th of this year. Among the Individual items judged were effectiveness and originality of advertising used, use of In-store promotional materials and novel treatment of in-store displays. Hood's Super Valu Is one of more than 1600 Super Valu affiliated food stores located throughout IB north central states. GIRLS' SOFTBALL SCHEDULE June 13 - Canaries-Redblrds; Bears-Gophers; and Bombers Rockets. June 14 - Jays-Orioles; Hawks -Lions; and Jets-Astronauts. June 15 - Robins-Redbirds; Colts-Gophers; and Missiles Rockets. June 16 - Canaries - Jays; Bears-Hawks; and Bombers Jets. AHS Band Wins Lions Troph Little League Clinic Here Tonight A "Must A baseball clinic, with all Algona Little League coaches, players and umpires urged to attend, will be staged at the Algona High School baseball diamond this evening (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. Coach Keith Christie and the Algona Bulldogs will be featured. Coach Christie and his players will demonstrate fundamentals of batting, throwing, fielding, base running, etc. all Items which Little League participants should see. The clinic will be followed by a brief coaches and managers meeting. Art Olson, director of the program here, will distribute schedules and problems concerning ground rules, etc. will be clarified. League play opens here next Monday, June 13, at 6 p.m. in four leagues. Playground Program For Boys Is Set Beginning June 15, the annual morning playground program for Algona boys will get underway at Lucia Wallace School, with Art Olson in charge. A varied assortment of games and skills will be featured as in past years and will be held Monday through Friday each week from 9 a.m. to noon. The city of Algona sponsors the program. Golf Program for Children, 5-8 Grades Golf Instruction for boys and girls of Algona, grades five through eight, will be offered at the Algona High School athletic field, beginning June 14 at 9 a.m. Sessions will be held each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon until mid-August, if Interest remains high. Qualified instructors will be on hand to teach the.Intricacies of the game. The city of Algona is sponsor. PETS Jack, 5, and Steven, 9, sons of the Don Petersens who farm near LeMars are busy bottle feeding three raccoons they now have as-pets. For Your Dancing Pleasure U It's News We Want It! j^ •c c t t ( • t i • c c c c ( ( ( ( ( ( c t t t c ( • t • c • ( • I t • [ THE ROGER HANES COMBO FRIDAY and SATURDAY JUNE 10 -11 PIAYING THOSE DANCEABIE STANDARDS COMING SATURDAY, JUNE 18 THE CHARLES RUSSELL ORCHESTRA ,.^ 5HIWAY 169 - NEXT TO JOHNNY'S STEAK HARBOR I HOME OF GOOD ENTERTAINMENT Lotto Creek Layman League Met Monday The Immanuel Lutheran Layman's League of Lotts Creek met Monday night, June 6. Pastor Vetoing presented the topic. A family picnic was planned for July 17, beginning at 6:30. Committee in charge will be the Gerald Radlgs and the Duane Liebs. Mrs. Gerald Kuecker Is to send greeter cards for the month of June. B was announced that banquet tickets for the district L. L. L. Convention are available from the president. Following the meeting bunco was- enjoyed by all, Entertainment committee was Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Wetzel and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl. The serving committee was Rev, and Mrs. A. E. Vehling and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Potratz. Members of the Algona High School band, director Russ Ouster, Oliver S. Carlson, president of the local Lions Club, apd all Lions attending the .State Convention of the organization at Ft, Dodge this week were very proud of the trophy which the musicians brought home as the number one band in the parade Monday, A total of .25 bands were In the parade - and while it was not known there would be competition, Algona's marchers won the trophy shown in the photo above being held by Mr. Ouster, left, and Mr. Carlson. The Lions retain the large trophy and plan to present a cash gift to the band at their meeting next Tuesday. The Convention was held Sunday, Monday and Tuesday and 12 Lions from here attended. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) for the most jlar CICW.INC. Father's Day - Sunday, June 19 von heusen dress shirts Tht ultimate In style and quality art combined In Van Htuitn's Vanopress dress shirts. Varltd color choices that need no Ironing. 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