Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 14, 1965
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Bulldogs drop games to LuVerne, Hampton Algona high school lost a pair of baseball games after winning their first two, last Week. The Bulldogs dropped a 2-0 contest at LuVerne Wednesday and then failed at Hampton Friday night, 8-7. Th«y are new 10 in tht North Central Conftrtnc*. The Bulldog* will face W«*t Bend here Monday night, Clear Lake here Tuesday and Clarion here Friday — the first games played on the local diamond after four straight road games. - , Algona led most of the Hampton game but two runs in the bottom of the seventh won it for Hampton. Craig Espe, in relief of Steve Hardy, took the loss. Hampton got two hits and two walks in the seventh with out a man being retired. Algona jumped off to a three- run lead on a homer by Roger Meyer. But starter Steve Hardy came up with a sore arm. after the first pitch and retired after working 1 and 2/3 innings, giv ing up three runs. Craig Espe came on but was not in top form since he hurled seven innings two nights prior to this. Algona got nine hits includ- GAMES COMING UP LITTLI LI AGUES \ r-; Giants vs: Senators;. Reds vs. Braves; Mets vs. Colts; White Sox : , Vs. Twins; June 15 —^ Tigers vs. Indians; Yankees vs: Cubs; Dodgers vs. Phillies; Athletics vs. Red Sox; June 16' -i v (Jolts vs, -Athletics; White Sox vs. Orioles; Giants vs. Yankees; Reds vs. Pirates. ; GIRLS SOFTBALL June 14 — Canaries vs. Redbirds; Bombers vs. Rockets; ing three each Skip Perkins. by Meyer and LuVerne high school handed Algona its first loss of the summer season last Wednesday at LuVerne, 2-0 in a splendid pitcher's battle between Craig Espe and John Wickett. LuVerne high school handed runs of the game in the second without benefit of a hit. Two walks and an error brought Wickett and Hansen across the plate for the big runs. Wickett got the only two hits for LuVerne but neither figured in the scoring. He struck out four while Espe fanned eight for Algona. Tom Claude, Larry Scobba and Mark Conn got Algona's lone hits but the Bulldogs' best threat came in the seventh when they had men,en first and third before > Espe struck out to end the game/ Bears vs. Gophers; June 15 — Jays vs. Orioles; Jets vs. Astronauts; Hawks vs. , Lions; June 16 — Canaries vis. Jays; Bombers vs; Jets;- Colts vs. Gophers. ing support and held ttaveloctt to ii* hits. Dave HalsfUd led the winners at the plate with a double and two singles in lour trips. Twin Rivefs was scheduled to play Friday at Rolfe. H.'Plover 000 010 0—4 6 1 T, Rivers 100 013 x~5 f 2 Mrs. Ceo. Wolf, 72 of Bancroft, dies Thursday Bancroft — A lifelong Bancroft resident, Mrs. George Wolf, 72, died Thursday at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where she had been a patient since May 7. Funeral services will be today (Monday) with burial in the St. John's cemetery. Garry's of Bancroft is in charge. She was born Lena Rike on Jan. 29, 1893 at Burt. She was married to George Wolf at Bancroft on Oct. 13, 1915 and they farmed in the Bancroft area until retiring 11 years ago. Her husband and eight children survive. They are: Homer, Virgil and George C. of Bancroft; Mrs. Louise Robbins and Mrs; Gerald Le Hue of Alameda, Calif. Mrs. Robert Foth of Osage, Mrs. Robert Hines of Roanoke, 111., and Mrs. Duane Smith of Marshalltown. Also surviving ' are 36 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Brothers and sisters are William Rike of Woden, Forrest Rike of Rush City, Minn., Delbert Rike of Pine City, Minn., Winners named in Algona Art Show CLIFF CARLSON, Wesley, does sculpture of "Miss Ventura," LaVonne Anderson, during last Friday's third annual sidewalk art show in Algona. ALGONA (6) ab Claude, 2b. 3 0 Scobba, If. Perkins, cf. Gilmore, c. Meyer, 3b. •Teeter, ss. .3 .3 .3 2 .2 Conn, ph. 1 0 ; Barr, rf. 2 0 Farnham, lb. ____ 2 0 Espe, p __—2 0 TOTALS 24 0 LuVERNE (2) ab r Selby, 2b. .2 0 Trauger, c. —3 .0 Nelson, ss. --3 0 Wickett, p. 3 1 Maass, lb. „_-,—3 0 Hansen, cf. 3 1 Schipull, 3b, 2 0 Hanselman, If. _1 2 0 Erpelding, rf. 1 0 TOTALS 22 2 Glen Rike of Algona, Mrs. Norman .Ward, Pine City, Minn., Mrs. Ernest Hansen of Titonka, Mrs. Carl Stoll of Cedar Falls and Mrs. August Fairmont. Rosenthal of wins on Potthoff's no-hitter, 1-0 Garrigan high school won it* second,game of the season in as many starts.on a no-hitter by Don Potthoff as the Bears edged Woden-Crystal Lake, 1-0 on Thursday. ••„ , Potthoff struck out 17 batters in his mastertuLappearanc* and ~-l' A! —T" ''J *-'i%_ ' ' ^i'j t L'"V*lZj l l*!j.'«l^l i^a. J •.._ Swim lessons are offered at Swea City pool Red Cross Swimming Instruction will begin at the Swea City pool June 14 and continue for 6 weeks or longer if bad wea ther interferes. Lessons for Ledyard students will be given Mondays and Tim* rsdays, for Sentral students on Tuesday and Fridays, and for Swea City and Grant students Wednesdays and Saturdays. Lessons will begin at 8:45 and continue until 11:15 with lifesaving classes following. The schedule is — Swimmers, 8:459:15; Intermediates, 9:15 9:45; 1st Beginners 9:45-10:45; 2nd Beginners 10:15-10:45; 3rd Beginners, 10:45-11:15. Lifesaving classes are tentatively set: Senior Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 11:15 until 12; Junior Lifesaving Tues< days and Thursdays from 11:15 until 12. The time alloted for e§Qh class is to be used for instruction only. Some free time will be given for practice of learned skills. The purpose is to instruct young people in water safety skills. Parents shoyld reinforce this training by providing opportunity for pr&ctice and free swimming. Glendan Peterson is again manager of the Swea City pool and Nancy Herzog, Ledyard, is wi- ter retired thei siae^ih' b'rder in ev ery inning but the fourth an£ sixth. (In the-;fourth,,an;.error and walk got him into hot water with ..none out. But he got the next .batter on a popup and fanned*the next two hitters to end the threat. Bill Reding scored the only Garrigan run in the; sixth when he doubled, reached third on a passed ball and came home on Lou Bleich's sacrifice fly to centerfield. •'•-,' ,- . Garrigan got only three hits. Chuck Becker singled lit the third but' died , on , ;fii»t while Dick Salz doubled with two outs in the first inning but Reding fanned to end the threat. Bancroft Junior Legion takes third victory The Bancroft Junior Legion baseball team won its third straight game of the season, drubbing St. Edmond'i high school, 10-1 at Bancroft last Tuesday night, Bancroft pitcher Moore allowed only one hit in the game, while striking out 15 batters. Duane Hutchinson had three runs batted in for the winners as they scored all their runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings. Bancroft got two in the third, three in the fourth and five in the fifth, BANCROFT LIOION — (10) •» r Menke, c —^__,_- 4 1 Goche, 2b r -_—- 4 C, Schneider, cf — 4 D. Hutchinson, If — 1 Meister, ss 3 Haiten, lb 1 Moore, p 3 Simmons, rf , -- 1 0, Hutchison, rf — 2 Vaske, 3b I S. Schneider, 3b —- 0 TOTALS ——, 14 H. Boeckholt of Bancroft rites Monday Bancroft — Funeral services for: Herman Boeckholt, 69 of Bancroft, will be held today Monday) at 2 p.m. at the Baptist church here. Rev. A. W. Nelson will officiate and burial will, be in the Greenwood cemetery with Garry's in charge of arrangements. Mr: Boeckholt died Friday morning at the Buffalo Center hospital. He had been in failing health,for the past two .years. He was born Pec. 1, 1896 at Forest City but moved to Morris, Minn., with his family when only five years old. He was married to Marie Schurr at Titonka oh Sept. 27, 1922 and the couple'farmed, in the Bancroft area 'after" marriage, . Later, they farmed near Woden;, for 13 years but moved back on a Bancroft farm and remain 'ed in the area until Amoving to Bancroft upon retiring'in 1955. Besides his wife, he is survived by four sons and three daughters: John, Swea City; Harold, Bancroft; Pon and Harvey, Pes Moines; Mrs. Paul. Knowles, Forrest City, Ark.; Mrs. Oris Cushman, Buffalo Center; and Mrs, Harry Burch, Pes Moines, There are also four brothers and three sisters surviving. THE 1965 Sidewalk Art Show on State Street in Algona Friday was a big success. The day was warm and the sun shone; many, many people came; the exhibitors outdid themselves in the number and calibre of the work shown. In an interview with Lloyd Herfindahl, Albert Lea, Minn., and judge of the show, he stated this was a wonderful show; lots of talent was apparent; there was a much potential and a good bit of originality shown. He was particularly aware of anything that was not original. Mr. Herfindahl found tne eiy tries in the craft class hardest of all to judge as there were too many stamped patterns. Here again originality was one of the important factors in placing the winners. Gary Kelley, received the GRAND AWARD for his oil titled, "Apprehension". Other awards are listed: OIL First, Mrs. Fred Schmitt, "Ah Sweet Mystery"; second, Shirley Garfin, "Life's Festival"; Third Gary R. Rusk, "Still Life"; Fourth, Shirley Snyder, "Shy Ballerina". WATER COLOR First, Catherine Wagner, "Fog Caress"; second, Mary Colwell, Integration"; third, Mrs. Vera Nelson, "Approaching Dusk"; 13. Burt Blue Birds will have a tea June 12 at James Coady's for mothers and former leaders of the club. The Merton Stewards, Ames, vere recent visitors at Wayne latin's and Homer Sabin's. )ouglas remained for the sum- ner. The Don Cunninghams, Chicago, and Peter Messners, Glen Jllen, N. D., were weekend juests at Merwyli Cunningham's. They arc cousins of Mcrwyn. All attended the Cunningham and Rcibsamcn reunion Sunday at Call park. Guests oC Mrs. C. M. Gross are the Donald Grosses and Richard Grosses, all Phoenix, Ariz. The F. L. Rycrsons showed pictures at the VV.S.C.S. meeting at the Methodist church, Titonka. Mrs. Helen Vogel is redecorating the rooms used by the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star. MONDAY, JUNE 14, ALGONA t(owi) ADVANCI— i SOCIETY ourth, Gary Kclley, "Sunset Village". SKETCH First, Ronald J. Kenne, "City Scape"; second, Mrs. Lucy Teachout, "Still Life Penci Shading"; third, Gary Kelley 'Motion"; fourth, Roberta Lor enz, "Rev. Robert F. Lorenz". SCULPTURE First, Lucy Teachout, "Sculpture"; second, Bless R. Rusk, "Indian". CRAFT First, Jeanne Lighter, Silver Abstract; second, Ronald J. Kenne; third, Mrs. Lucille Montgomery, "Fish"; fourth, Mrs. John Thompson, Snack Tray. STUDENT DIVISION WATER COLOR First, Linda Hentges, "The Enchanted Tree"; second, Susan Rentz, "The Herd"; third, Tom Skogstrom, "Still Life". OIL First, David Dimond, "Abstract Painting"; second, Susan Rentz, "Five Horses". SKETCH First, David Dimond, "Scratch- board" (Horse); second, Susan Rentz, "Night Horses"; third, Lois Hentges, "Fall"; fourth, 'Linda Hentges, "Puppy". CRAFT First, Sharon Bristow, Mosaic Coffee Table; second, Helen Moe, Pottery; third, Bob Sigs bee, Book rack. FOUR CONFIRMED Kathy Buchanan, Max Laird, Tim Parrish and Felice Norman were confirmed in the First Congregational church Sunday une 6. George Scfrit, chairman f the deacons, welcomed the oung people and presentee ach with a certificate of mem ership. 3 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 10 TwiiMvirtiipi Livtrmtrf TT Twta Rivers handed Hayeiocfc-piQver its first defeat in five pmes, 5-J, here Tuesday night. Steve DeQrote weiit the dis- Polict to study wating pool crossing The city council met June 9 with Mayor Finn and Councilmen Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert and Cook present. Absent were Baldus and Peirce. Lawrence Winkel reported on the sidewalk grade at his residence. It was referred to the street committee for a report at the next meeting. Mrs. McGuire, Mrs. Gotten, and Mr. Nielsen discussed children crossing State street at the wading pool area. This was referred to the police. June 15 - 18 Fire Chief Elbert and six members of the fire de partment will take the new truck to Ames and attend a fire school. The new truck will be tested, inspected, and demonstrated. The council reviewed a class B beer permit and a liquor permit for the Johnson House. Cigarette permits were approved for Piagonaj Grocery, Honsbruch Prwg, Larry's Recreation, Thuente Pharmacy, and the Johnson House. i*ieef HOSTESSES Hostesses at the Country Club for Wednesday bridge were Mrs. New priests to arrive here Thursday . A new priest for Garrigan high school and another for St. Cecelia's Catholic church here will-arrive Thursday, it was announced this week. Father James Bruch, Emmetsburg, will arrive this week as an assistant priest to Msgr. P, P. Gearen at St. Cecelia's. The position has been vacant for several weeks, Father Bruch was just recently ordained. Bishop Joseph Mueller, Sioux City, who made the appointments, also announced that Father Donald Ries will be leaving Garrigan school. He has been there for six years as counselor and teacher and he will go to Breda where he will be superintendent of St. Bernrd's high school and assistant pastor in the church there. He will be replaced here by Bather Marvin J. Boes, who has aught the past two years at ieelan high school at Sioux City and also served as athletic director there. All appointments are effective Thursday, June 17. an automobile accident in 1949 •.'Mr. Wonderly died in January ? 19(32"'~ a> VKfe«sass.sS3S3S? ; 5K ?":•;-• * Other survivors include two granddaughters, daughters of Robert, and four brothers! Frank Noonan of Emmetsburg, Charles Noonan of Britt, Edward and William Noonan of Washington. Now try the handiest line __ of Farm Mowers on the market. M6ZAU SELF PROPELLED MOWER AND WEED CUTTER .,*f Famous Timken Bearing Spindlo Full Swivel-Nose Wheel lar^e 12" Bal» Bearing-Mounted Wheels Recoil starters on 3 h.p. Briggs & Stratton for 20" or 4 h.p. Kohler or Clinton motor for 22" (20" also comes with a 4 h.p. Clinton or Kohler) 20" and 22" mower* powerful enough for any job More nr« two more liiRli-pcrFormanco models of mowers and \veed cutters from Moz-All — for amateur and professional user alike. Ensy to handle, they cut the way you want them to cut. Special attachment prevents "scalping." Write for our free brochure, illustrating the entire Moz-All line of quality mowing equipment. Performance Always Comes First With Us WIND-KING MANUFACTURING CO. MERRILL, IOWA Algona Implement Co. Commercial Street ALGONA, IOWA Burt Mrt. George Hawcott The Eastern Star Friendship night at Armstrong will be June 21. U.P.W. will meet June 16 at Burt Presbyterian church with hostesses Mesdames Axel Carlson, George Becker and Henry Smith. Devotions are by Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, and program is a tribute to honorary members, prsented by Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Changing Years — Changeless Christ will be by Ruth Hodgson. Members of the U &, I Circle met June 8 at Cunningham Tea .Room with Frances Dittmer hostess. Invitations were sent to former members for Golden anniversary tea to be held al the Russell Patterson home July taace for the Pirates who now are £4. He received |Q.o4 field' Pean Kinsimn Mrs. Elmer Walter. Winners were Mesdames Kinsman, Phil Piamon4 and Roy Bjustrom. Hostesses for June 16 are Mesdames 0. B, Thursday rites for Livermore woman, 67 Liv*rmor« — Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 8 at Sacred Heart Catholic church for Mrs. John Wonderly, 67, who died unexpectedly early Sunday, June 6, at her home. The Rev. Gerald Fiscn officiated at the services with the Ljndhart Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Mount Calvary cemetery with Harold Gronbach, Albert Berte, Keith Logue, Bob Wilson, Don Behounek and Clarence Carlson as casket bearers. Mrs. Wonderly, the former Genevieve Noonan was born and raised near Livermore and spent her entire life here. 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