Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1965 · Page 6
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Tickets for safety patrol REV. FRANK Harcey looks on as theatre manager Ray Langfitt takes the post cards which will admit these smiling youngsters to a free movie, Monday, sponsored by the Kiwanis club for the Safety Patrol of both Algona elementary schools in recognition of their fine work. Over 250 of the cards were sent out and attendance at the show was nearly 220. Rev. Harcey heads the Kiwanis committee which was in charge of the event. The movie itself was donated by the Aleona Theatre. 0-AL60NA (low*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JUNI 10, IMS Algona wins second straight in baseball Three Algonians to Catalina to shoot wild boar and goats Tom Samp and Philip Specht left Satur- urday with Don Nettlcton, AHS biology instructor, on a hunting trip to Catalina Island in search of wild boars and wild goats. The party will be hunting with bow and arrow. The trio are driving to California; they will camp out enroute and plan to supplement their meals with fish caught in the national parks. In A venal, Calif., they will be joined by Chuck Wehmeyer, a teacher and friend of Mr. Nettleton. In order to reach the hunting grounds they will fly from Los Angeles to the mountains of the island where they have a cabin rented. Santa Catalina is owned by Wrigley of the chewing gum industry and they have a permit to hunt. The island is about 20 miles long and 7 miles wide. One town, Ava- lon, has a population of 1500, a great many of whom live in elite homes. Before returning to Iowa they will visit in California with an uncle, Kenneth Samp, and Tom's grandmother, Sclma Godfredson, former Algonans. The trip was planned about a year ago so the boys, both to enter their senior year in high school, have worked hard and saved a little over one hundred dollars each. Philip shoveled snow, carried out groceries, and washed walls while Tom worked on the farm of the Louis Krulls, Burt. Together the boys caught and sold live pigeons for a man in Orange City who sells them in other States for trap shooting. Tom is the son. of the Lowell Samps, and Philip the son of the Bill Spechts. Algona high school stayed unbeaten with its second summer baseball win Tuesday night as the Bulldogs edged Eagle Grove there under the lights, 4-1. The locals had beaten Bri.lt in the opener, 5-0 last week. The local* met Lu Verne Wednesday there and then travel to Hampton Friday to complete a full week of activity. Algona got started off right in the North Central Conference summer race as Steve Hardy and Craig Espe continued.lo iurl a stout six-hitter and their mates got runs in the first; fifth and sixth innings. Hardy got seven strike outs and pitched out of trouble in several innings. In the sixth Eagle Grove got its only run and had the bases loaded after two singles and two walks. But Espe came on to get Yoder on an easy tap back to the mound and the threat ended. He had no trouble ending the game in three straight outs in the seventh. ALGONA GOT its first run in the first when Larry Scobba reached first on an error and came home on Skip Perkins' double. Algona iced the contest with two more runs in the fifth on walks to Hardy and Scobba and singles by Perkins and Doug Barr. Algona added its final run in the sixth on a double by Meyer and Hardy's sacrifice. Perkins banged out three of the five Algona hits. Peer to compete in NCCA meet Friday Gary Peer, Algona, along with several Luther college teammates, left Kansas City by plane Wednesday for Long Beach, Calif., where he will compete in his final college track meet of his career. Peer will be running in the NCAA finals at Long Beach, for the second straight year. He graduated from Luther last month. Peer earned his way to the college-division meet by winning in the Midwest region NCAA meet at Rock Island, 111. Saturday. Peer established a 440-yard intermediate hurdle record with a time of :54. The old record was :55.8. He has been a hurdle star at Luther for the past three years, finishing either first or second in almost every meet he has competed in during this span. He won the hurdles event at the Iowa Federation meet at Des Moines two weeks ago. Peer and his Luther teammates will have a day of rest before competing in the NCAA meet Friday. Last year, they also competed in the finals in California but ran a few hours after their plane arrived there and none of the runners did well. Bancroft swimming pool opens Sunday Bancroft — The Bancroft swimming pool will open for the season this Sunday at 2 p.m., weather permitting, Rita Hendrickson is the pool manager while Dean Hendrickson, Barbara Welp and Linda Weber will serve as lifeguards. Season tickets will go on sale at 1 p.m. Sunday. Family tickets are $20 while adult tickets are $10 and children's tickets are $6. LETTER IN BASEBALL Indianola — Gary Naylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor, man, has received a letter in baseball. ALGONA (4) ab Claude, 2b. 4 Scobba, If. •__•__, ;__2 Perkins, cf. i 4 Gilmore, c. , 3 Meyer, 3b. 4 Teeter, ss. __3 Hardy, p. Espe, p. Farnham, Barr, rf. Conn, rf. Ib. _2 -0 -3 —2.1 TOTALS _____28 EAGLE GROVE (1) Brauman, If. __ Stauffer, 2b. ____ Miller, rf. Greenberg, Ib. ab __4 __2 __2 0 1 0 D. Christensen, cf. ____3 0 Thompson, c. ___ ___ ____2 0 Yoder, ss. __ _____ __. ___ 3 o Mervig, 3b. ___ ________ 3 0 M. Christensen', p. __ ___ 3 0 TOTALS ______^_25 1 h 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 h 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 6 Bears open season with West Bend win KOSSUTH • HOIORS IS WHY CHtVY'S JHfBUY 1963 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide, radio, EZI-Glass, Dark Blue Color, extra sharp. 1963 COMET Convertible, V-8, Automatic, radio, tinted glass, power steering and brakes, low mileage. 1961 RAMBLER American, 4-door Sedan, 6-cylinder, Overdrive transmission, radio, power steering, bucket seats, white color. 1961 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door, V-8 engine, Standard Transmission, radio, low mileage. 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door Sedan, V-8, Overdrive, radio, sharp. Green color. 1958 CHEVROLET 4-door Sedan, V-8, Powerglide, radio, EZI-Glass, only 1957 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door Sedan, V-8 engine, Powerglide, radio, Turquoise finish. 1955 FORD Victoria, V-8 engine, Fordomatic, radio, and real sharp red and white finish — ONLY $175 JUTH MOTORS } L /CH€VRQL£T/ IK 285 Bancroft and Arnolds Park post victories Arnolds Park and Bancroft posted opening game victories in the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday, both by shutouts but both in different manners, Arnolds Park trounced Swea City 18-0 in their opener at Arnolds Park Sunday night. Bancroft had a tougher time in subduing St. Joe, 1-0 in a pitcher's battle at St. Joe in the afternoon, The only run of the game came on a passed ball. Bancroft had six hits and St. Joe five, both teams committing one error. G. Johnson went all the way for Bancroft with B. Menke catching, while Henderson and Kenne worked on the mound for St. Joe and Klein was behind the plate. This Sunday, Swea City will play at Bancroft and St. Benedict at Arnolds Park, both games starting at 8:15 p.m. Junior Legion at Bancroft wins two games Bancroft — The Bancroft Junior Legion baseball team, always one of the state's top outfits, opened its season with a pair of wins here last Thursday night. The Kossuth club edged Fairmont 4-2 and Gowrie, 2-1. Chuck Schneider homered to put Bancroft into a 1-0 lead in the first inning of the Fairmont game. Singles by Clark, Meister and Moore produced another run in the second but Bancroft had to break a 2-2 tie in the sixth with a pair of runs to win, Dick Clark went all the way for Bancroft allowing just five hits. Duane llutchinson pitched one-hit ball for Bancroft in the nightcap. Clark belted out two of the four Bancroft runs. The Johnnies met Estherville Wednesday at Bancroft and then face Fairmont here on Thursday night. GARRIGAN GRADE SCHOOL BASEBAU Games the past week Wesley 8 St. Joe 0 Wesley 8 Whittemore 4 Algona Dodgers 4 Algona Braves 3 Garrigan high school opened its summer baseball season by clubbing West Bend Tuesday night, 13-3. The Bears broke open a tight 4-3 game with nine big runs in the sixth inning. Garrigan scored in the first inning and the teams traded two runs in the fourth and one in the fifth before the big Bear three-run homer in the frame and Denny Long knocked >in three more with a pair of 'triples in the 6th. -I Dick Salz and sophomore Bill Reding also contributed two hits each to the Bear causj in the game. : Coach Pat Daugherty used four pitchers in the fray with Lou Bleich getting credit : for the win on his three-inning,- : 6ne run stint. Next up for the Bears will be here against Woden • Crystal Lake at 8 p.m. Thursday and then at Fort Dodge against St. Edmond's at 8 p.m. at Lions Field on Friday. H 12 7 Garrigan 102 019 0 13 West Bend 002 010 0 3 Batteries — Garrigan, Bil Milder, Lou Bleich (3), Don Poll hoff (6), Bill Hall (7), and Dick Mueller; West Bend, Barber and Dodd. Reding hurls no-hitter as Bears win, 16-0 The Garrigan fresh-soph baseball team opened its season on Monday by routing Eagle Grove here 16-0 as Bill Reding hurled a no-hitter. Reding struck out 19 of the 21 men he faced and the first baseman never handled a chance. Garrigan scored six runs in both the fifth and sixth inning. Reding also had five runs batted in with two doubles, i I : leisure in Unbeatable... In 9 class by Itself, Jlffle? for Men offers, the fashion pace setter, Classic. Soft, supple, ieatherlike Doe-Lou upper. Moccasin toe Styling, New sleep* foam swirl vinyl §ole. Easy tQ pack, easy |Q carry, Machine wabble. $3 per pair JT^J* LEUTHOLD-TOUAMS ( JC for a "MEW" Dad ... an "OLD" Dad ..:a "GRAND" Dad, on SUNDAY, June 20th GIFT for ALL Dads is a Gift from The HUB! 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