The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 10
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10-Algono, (la.) Upper D«* Moines Thursday, Jon« 30, 1966 Service Clubs Equip Little Leaguers SPORfSPCOR/VW Golden Bears to an easy 10-2 victory over Humboldt here Tuesday night. A large crowd saw the locals even their season mark at 8-8. Coach Duane Kramer's club was to meet Mison City here last night (Wednesday), then travel to Ft. Dodge and a second meeting with St. Edrnond Thursday. Three lengthy innings, the second, fourth and fifth, saw the Bears corne up with all their runs against the Wildcats, who were held hitless until the fifth by Milder. Garrigan made it 3-0 in the second on an error, infield hit by Chuck Geilenfeld, walk to Denny Long, single by Joe Becker and single by Bill Reding. The count went to 5-0 in the fourth on singles by Geilenfeld, Milder and Dick Muller, sandwiched around a sacrifice by Long, walk to Becker and a fielder's choice. After Humboldt cut the margin to 5-2 in the top of the fifth on a tvio of errors, a couple of stolen bases, a balk and a base knock by Granner, the locals iced the fray with five in their half on singles by Mike Lickteig, Geilenfeld and Muller, a aelder's choice, a walk to Long and doubles by Becker and Reding. The visitors committed six rniscues and Garrigan four. Becker whacked in three runs ami Reding a pair and Milder whiffed 13, walked one and hit one batter. Marso of the Wildcats struck out seven and walked five. Box score : Garrigan (10) Long Becker Reding I). Muller Salz Lickteig Eischen J. Muller Geilenfeld Milder AB 1 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 4 g R 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 H 0 2 3 2 0 1 0 0 3 1 31 10 12 Eight Algona service clubs raised the $500 necessary to purchase Little League caps and T-shirts for abo it 300 lads playing on 21 barns here this summer. The equipment has now arrived and will be distributed soon. Representatives of tiie service clubs gathered at the Chamber of Commerce office here Friday to make arrangements for distribution. They arc shown above. From left to right are Bud Ferris, Salesmen's Bureau, Walt Turchin, JayCees, Bud Anderson, Rotary, Jim Kolp, Lions, Bob RJedel, Legion, Jerry Leaneagh, Kiwanls, Dr. J. M. Rooney, KC's, and Ed Wolf, VFW. Miles Sloniker of the Playground Commission is shown in front holding Eddie Wolf, 6, who is modeling the cap and shirt. The box contains emblems to be sewn on the caps. (Poundstone Photo) Bulldogs 6-0 Victor Over Burt; Bears Win 10-2 Algona's Bulldogs posted their seventh straight win and tenth in 11 starts this season, combining the one-hit pitching of Larry Scobba and timely hitting to get past Burt, C-0, here before a large crowd Tuesday evening. The high school club was slated to travel to Eagle Grove for a game last night (Wednesday), then will go to Forest City Saturday night. Scobba, now 3-1 for the season, pitched a no-hitter after Black slammed a single for the Bears leading off the first inning. He walked only one and whiffed four, while McFarland, the loser, and Bristow struck out only one Bulldog and gave up five blows. The losers committed five errors and Algona two. Algona counted single runs in the first and second and two each in the fourth and sixth on the way to the win. An error on a ground ball by Craig Espe, a walk to Tom Claude and a single by Rog Meyer sent home a run in the first; an infield hit by Dale Teeter, an Box score: ALGONA (6) Mirtin Espe Claude Meyer Farnham Scobba Teeter Barr Boldridge Jones BURT (0) Black Lovstad Cunningham Ortman McFarland Fries Redemske tatt Patterson Lrlr ow error and a sacrifice by Gary Barr counted the run in the second; an error on a Scobba grounder, a walk to Teeter, an- oth»r Barr sacrifice, an error and oa, e knock by Dave Martin AB 3 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 22 AB 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 0 1 23 R 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 6 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 5 H 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 counted the runs in the fourth; and a single by Teeter, long triple by bunter Barr to deep left-center, a walk to Bill Boldridge and sacrifice fly by Martin sent in the final pair. The Bears carried a 6-2 record into the game (including a 19-0 defeat to the locals early in the season) and had won their last five starts. Teeter and Barr were each perfect at the plate. BEARS BUNCH The 2-hit hurling of curve- balling Bill Milder and a potent attack that saw 12 hits banged all over the park led Garrigan's Another Powder Puff Derby On Tap Friday The gals are going to have another go at it in the stock cars at Kossuth Speedway this Friday night. Manager Dwight Cook has announced another Powder Puff Derby - and the signup of women drivers indicates a large field for the event. If it's anything like the first one earlier in the season, plenty of laughs are promised. Before the women take over, the regular program of racing will be featured - and if the races are anything like recent weeks, excitement will reign. For instance, the feature last Friday required three re-starts before one lap was completed due to a series of smash-ups and only three of the starting field of 14 cars made it through 20 laps. Warm-ups begin at 8:30 and races at 9 p.m. Point leader Jim Edgington (there's a new one every week) will be out to attempt to keep his lead. Edgington also leads the pack in the modifieds at Jackson, Minn., with Leo Christensen, West Bend, Gene Schattschneider, Don Baas and Les Wildin, Algona, also listed in the standings. Edgington won the first heat and Schattschneider was third in the B-Feature there Saturday night. Coin Auction Here Sunday The first full coin show by the Kossuth Coin Club held here Sunday, was termed a success by visiting collectors and the participating dealers. Nine dealers, five from Iowa and four from Minnesota, were the invited guests of the club. During the fast moving auction session called by Ron Peck, 61 lots belonging to members of the club grossed some $500. The exhibit area was noncompetitive featuring material from member collections and the exhibit of Political Americana by Mrs. Bud Montgomery of Garner, la., the club's special guest exhibitor. Mrs. Mont- gomery was presented a lapel button inscribed Coolidge from the election of 1924 for her collection by the club in appreciation. Exhibits included foreign currency by Dick Palmer, Wooden Nickels by Louie Henrickson, U. S. paper currency by Bud Montgomery, various U. S. coin series by Harry Peters, INA medals and trade tokens by Lewis Ferguson, and other U. S. items including som e fine silver dollars by Mel Kern and Ed Thilges. Throughout the day, door prizes contributed by members and dealer L. L. Owens of Adel, were given via drawing. Prizes included silver dollars, foreign silver, coin albums and supplies, and the major attraction, an un- circulated $10 gold piece. The Upper Des Moines newspaper was represented throughout the day by hobby editor Dick Palmer with special column anniversary offers of Sipex sheets and other stamp and coin items at face. As previously announced, Sipex sheets are now available at the public library for interested collectors. Big Week In New Vehicle Registrations Thirty-eight new vehicles were registered last week at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt, one of the largest totals for several weeks. Owners are: Chevrolet - C. H. Christensen, Wesley, pickup; R. R. Block, Ottosen, pickup; Co-OpCream- ery, Bancroft, truck; Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., Algona; Gales Leasing Co., Algona; E. P. or Lucile Hansen, Titonka; Loretta A, Plathe, Bode; F. E. Sill, Burt, pickup; W. L. Eichenberger, Lakota; P. C. Jorgenson, Algona; E. P. Ricks, Titonka; G. H. Baas, Whittemore; M. L. Jorgenson, Swea City; S. P. McCall, Algona. Ford - Darlow or AnnaRogert, Bode, pickup; Int'l Milling Co., Swea City; C. J. or Elizabeth Bisenius, Whittemore; W. A. or Marie Marty, LuVerne; H. A. Smith, Burt; Justine Becker, Wesley; Taylor Motor, Algona; No. la. Asphalt Co., Algona; Arthur or Lorraine Rike, Titonka. Plymouth - M. L. or Doris Mueller, Algona. Chrysler - R. C. or Priscilla Peck, Algona. Olds - C. T. Williams, Algona. Buick - William or Pauline Batt, Algona; Carma E. Ras- mussen, West Bend ; S. J. Klein, Irvtngton. Rambler - Harold or Marie Colwell, Algona; Dau's Garage, Algona. Honda - A, J. Ladehoff, P. F. Watkins, S. R. Voyles, Algona; G. A. Garrett, M. G. Hamilton, . Riverside - D. M. Long, Algona. Trailblazer - E. L.Thompson, Lakota. STOCK CAR RACES THEY'RE GOING TO TRY AGAIN ... SO DON'T MISS THE POWDER PUFF DERBY THIS FRIDAY NIGHT Sign-ups have indicated a larger field than June 17 when everyone got a kick out of this event. Be sure you're there to enjoy it! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 CONTRACT DET&SSLERS Mr. and Mrs. George Shanley, Webster City, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilbert and Herman Plathe from here were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe and family. Riverdale Rustlers 4-H Clubs 1 and 11 held their annual family picnic Sunday in the Swea City park with a large crowd in attendance. Knights of Columbus and Catholic Daughters of America annual family picnic will be held on St. Joseph's parish grounds at noon July 17. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicoine, Jefferson, S. Dak., spent the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Chicoine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Don nig, Mrs. Don Reding and Betty Wagner spent Sunday with Sister M. Madeline, Dubuque. Carol Tallman, Oelwln, spent the weekend here in the home of Mary Lou Wagner. Mary Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, and Miss Tallman were classmates at Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpelding spent Sunday In Mapleton where they attended the golden anniversary of ordination of Msgr. George J. Theobald, Spirit Lake. A mass of thanksgiving in St. Mary's Catholic church at 11 o'clock Workshop Held The June workshop of the Cresco Chums 4-H Club was held at the home of Susan Smith. 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