The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 12
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Algona Amateur Golf Meet Here Aug. 27 K u i J h <? 16th annual Algona Amateur golf tournament will *• fl f aturda y' Au S- 27 at the Algona Country Club with a field of 128 or more golfers from northwest Iowa competing m the event. Defending champion Dave Everds of Allison, Iowa, will be back to defend his crown. He fired a par 72 last year in the rain-shortened 18-hole tournament. The championship flight is 27 holes and all other flights are 18 holes each T °m Chapman Sr. of Fort Dodge and John Eyemann 01 Forest City were runnersup with 73's a year ago while Dale Hayes of Humboldt had a 74 for fourth place Only Al- gonans in the championship flight last year were Dr. Harold Erickson, current olub champion, with a 76 and Dr. James Harris with a 77. The tournament was switched from Sunday to Saturday this year. All persons playing in the championship flight must play on Saturday but others in lower nights can play their rounds during the week. Entries should b? sent to Gordon u Winkel, Box 503 Algona, and starting times will be sent out. Entry fee is $6. Slam-Bang Races Wind Up Fair Program Friday Darrel DeVries, young Charles City driver, zoomed to victory in the feature event of the Kossuth County Fair Stock Car Championship race before a large crowd on the last night of the fair Friday. There were 46 cars in the field competing for a guaranteed $1,000 purse and thrills and spills were numerous. The final event of the stock car season here will be held this Friday night. The season championship race will be featured, combined with the Powder Puff championship event and drawing for a free used car from Taylor Motor Co. here. DeVries grabbed the lead in the feature Friday with about half of the 20 laps remaining and guided his purple sedan through and around the heavy traffic to take the checkered flag first. He was followed to the line by Ted Zeimann, veteran Mason City driver, as most of the 18 cars that started the event finished. Earlier, Zeimann had driven his nifty white sedan to victory in the first heat and trophy dash. He was the only double winner all evening. The B-feature required three re-starts before Fred Jorgenson came through with a win. There • was a 6-car pile-up on the southeast turn during the fourth lap which sent a couple of vehicles to the pits, a car driven by Gerald Gatewood, Webster City, flipped in the back stretch a little later and he was shaken up and dazed, then another pair of vehicles tangled on the south turn before the finish. Eight of the 20 cars that' started finished, with Don Hilbert second and Don Sindegard third. Wind-up of the trophy dash actually came before the checkered flag dropped. Reason for the abrupt halt was a blaze in the car driven by Gary Lindgren of Ogden. Flames spurted from the vehicle in front, of the grandstand and it stayed afire until he got it stopped on the southeast turn. He then bolted out of the vehicle and was not injured. Gene Schattschneider and Charlie Hart finished behind Zeimann in the race. Orie Shipler of Algona luckily escaped injury in the first heat when his sedan went out of control, hit the retaining wall at the south end of the grandstand, bounced toward the center of the track and was clipped by. Zeimann's onrushing car. Shipleies vehicle was badly damaged and out the rest of the night. Bud Petersen of Algona was the only local driver to take a win when he finished first in the second heat, edging Dick Simpson and DeVries. Lindgren took the third heat, with Les Frieden and Wayne Meyer next in line and Hart was first, Schattschneider second and Bill Holter third in the fourth heat. The field of cars was the largest seen here for some time, and many of them came from a great distance to compete. And besides the many mishaps, there was plenty of speed and skill demonstrated. Couples Meet Held At Wesley Golf Course WESLEY - Sunday, Aug. 14, a couple Invitational 2-ball foursome was held at Hillside Golf Course, east of Wesley. Twenty- two couples took part in the event. In the first flight Jerry and Helen Ferris scored 85; Bernle and Martin Hamilton 86; Walt and Vivian Hagen 88; Dr. and Marj Morgan 91; Frank Bleich and Irene Hanig 92; Ed and Peg Adams 92; Maynard and Arlene Miller 93. Second flight, Dick and Jane Cowan 93; LeRoy and Donna Geving 95; Rollie and Sandy Heard 98; G. M. and Mary Studer 100; Paul and Arlene Owens 100; Larry and Ruth Youngwirth 101; Bud and Marion Ferris 102. Third flight, Nels and Sue Anderson 103; Corwin and Lavon Peer 103; Ack and Jean Ackerson 107; Al and Vera Erpelding 107; Dave and Esther Smith 108; Wendell and Gladys Jergenson 109; Jack and Irene Lickteig 109; Chuck and Virg Sorenson. Titonka Opens Football Drills, New Coach The Titonka football squad began practice under the new coach, Charles Sass, on Saturday, August 20. Drills will be held twice a day until school starts with the exception of Sundays. A meeting for everyone interested in football was held in the school gym on Friday, August 19 at 7:30 p.m. Equipment was issued the first three days of practice, but candidates for the squad will need only running equipment, including football shoes, until August 24 when they will start working with pads. Prospective members of the squad must get their physicals before practice starts and must also take care of their insurance. Erickson Wins Local Golf Crown Again The Algona Country Club Golf Tournament wound up just as it has the past three years Tuesday, Aug. 16, when Dr. Harold Erickson claimed the crown with a 3 and 2 decision over Craig Smith. Winning the championship for the third straight year, Dr. Erickson was four over par over the 36-hole route, while Smith, was eight over as both men shot good golf. Erickson had rounds of 3737-40-34, while Smith was 3939-38-36. The champion held a 2-up margin after the first nine, was four up at the end of 18, then saw his lead whittled to 2-up after 27 before sacking the victory, using a 2-under par round to cinch it. Winners in other flights of the meet, which has been going on for several weeks, were Bob Henderson, 1st; Ed Adams, 2nd; Dick Moen, 3rd; Jim Kolp, 4th; Leon Laird, 5th; Rex Taylor, 6th; John Nauholz, 7th; and Bob Watson, 8th. Algona, (la.) Upp«r DM Motnct Tuesday, August 23, 1966 'I'm afraid nine strokes to get out of that snnd trap has caused poor old Harvey to flip his lid." SCORES MEN'S SOFTBALL Results - Buschers 17, Universal 1; Weidenhoff 13, Bombers 2; Bunnies 29, Collegians 3. STANDINGS Bunnies Weidenhoff Buschers Burt Buds Baptists Bombers Collegians Universal W L 11 1 10 1 9. 3 6 5 4 7 3 7 3 9 2 8 2 9 -101- Swen 0. Rogness of Crystal Lake celebrated his 101st birthday earlier this month at two open houses, one of which was attended by his eight children. Mr. .Rogness has the distinction of being the oldest resident of Hancock County and "intends to keep it for quite some time." PENNIES Ben B. Richardson, owner of Harpers Ferry Lumber Co., Lansing, needed a wheelbarrow to take his penny collection to the bank for deposit recently. Ben had saved 40,000 pennies since 1934. > PECIAL/ 41" High X 50'tong FENCING '\ **£& 4 i; Our fencing is made of heavy wood picket, full Vz inch in thickness by 2 inches in ^ width. These pickets are tightly woven bet^ ween cables of 12'^-gauge galvanized wire ... are painted with red oxide mineral preservative. IDEAL FOR: • Portable Corn Cribs • Ensilage Silos • Grain Bins • Snow Fence 50-FOOT ROLL >5 A \ S" 1009 NO. 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