The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 26, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 26, 1962
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o-Atgena (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, June 26, 1962 KOSSUTU COUNTY PORTS Bears Get Seventh Win In Row; 2-1 Win In 10 Garrigan's Golden Bears scored a run on a double by Jim Eiseti- bacher to take a 2-1 victory over | Laurens at Garrigan Field Friday i night. The win moved the Bears' i mark to 7-0 for the season. j The Bears will hn«t Tw in Kivpr<; in their next online here tomorrow ; (Wednesday) at .'; p in. Garrigan and Lauren 1 ; played scoreless hall through the first sc\en innings. Bill Kahm of the Bear 1 ; and Bob Xeigler of Laurens both hurled fine ball. The visitors finally broke the S'unng ice in (lie top of the eighth by counting once on a pair of Garrigan miscucs. The Bears came right back as Paul Goetz scored the run that tied the contest. Goetz reached first on a walk, went to third on a base knock by Eisenhacher and scored on a passed ball. Bob Schneider relieved Rahm and Willie Grice relieved Zeigler ' in the tenth inning, due to high i school rules. Schneider got through the top half of the frame, but Goetz and Eisenbacher got together to settle the issue in the home half. Goetz went to first on catcher's interference. Lee Froehlich sent him to second with a base hit and Eisenbacher slapped h i s game-winning belt to plate Goet?. Zeigler whiffed 19 in nine innings, while Rahm got 12 on .strikeouts. Garrigan wound up with four hits to two for Laurens and the Bears committed six errors to three for the visitors. Box score: Laurens (I) AB R V D. Zeigler 4 0 0 Grice 3 0 0 Davis 3 0 0 B. Zeigler 4 0 0 Workman 2 0 0 Slattery 4 0 1 Wright' 3 0 0 Mosbach 4 0 1 A. Stover 3 1 0 Beemer 1 0 0 G. Stover 1 0 LITTLE LEAGUES An instructional period for all Algona little league players and coaches will be held this Friday, June 2(i. at 7 p.m. at the Athletic Park. I Here are the results and stan^ ings in the three loops to date: National — Cubs 11, Braves 3; Giants 13, Pirates 0: Reds 5. Dodgers 1: and Phillies 13, Dodgers G. American — Tigers 16, Red Sox 5: Yankees 11. Indians 7: White Sox 9. Orioles 5; and Red Sox 10, White Sox 5. Senior — Senators 9. Athletics 7: Met.? 9, Senators 4: Mets 14, Angels 5: and Senators 11, Angels li. NATIONAL W Cubs Giants Cardinals Pirates Reds Phillies Braves Dodgers AMERICAN \V Yankees 3 Tigers 3 Indians 1 Red Sox 1 White Sox 1 Orioles 0 Twins 0 SENIOR \V Mets 4 Athletics 2 Senators 2 Angels .. 1 Play in the loops, which will be suspended Thursday, will begin Bancroft Stays On Loop Top With 6-0 Win Fine Hulch pilching by Dick Clark, who allowed 10 hits, whiffed five and walked five, led Bancroft's Junior Legion team to a »5-0 win over Fairmont at Bancroft Wednesday night. June 20. The win left Bancroft in First place in the Minnesota-Iowa League. Clark managed to slam the door on I he visitors, despite the fact Ihey managed to get two or more- men on base in every inning except the fifth and seventh. Good throws nailed two Fairmont runners at the plate to end apparent rallies. Fairmont left 13 runners stranded during the fray. The winners scored in every inning but the third. Bancroft got single counters in the first, second, fourth and fifth frames and a pair in the home half of the sixth. Leading the Bancroft attack, which netted 10 hits, were Chuck Hatten. who went 3-for-4 and scored three runs, and Larry Rahe, who knocked in a pair of runs with his two hits. Carl Hinrichs was the losing hiirler. Margaret Willey Weds 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 L 0 0 1 2 2 2 2 L 0 2 3 4 Sheldon Golfer Wins Annual Amateur Meet Dave Bollman, Sheldon, a member of the golf team at the State 0 i again July 9. 32 AB 5 Garrigan (2) Froehlich Eisenbacher 5 Heinen 4 Rahm ?, Smith Studer Arndorfer . .. Schneider Goetz .. Cioecke . ... 1 R 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 2 H 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 n n Hi Grabs Three Firsts In Stock Races St. Joe Wins, Still Leads County Loop St. Joe bombed WSiUcmorc. 22(i, and \Ye--t Bend downed Humboldt. r,-'j m Kossuth founts Base- bail League action during the weekend Si .!o<- hos'e I Whine. lav an-i WeM Bend plav- t,, M.jM.b'.l It Th'.r-.dav Les Wildin of Algona really had no buzzing at Kossuth Speedway here Friday night as he ran away 1 from the field to capture three first i place finishes during the program I of serni-modified stock car races ' N'ot far behind Les in number o: \vinx was Willie Kluse. Clarion • - A ho captured two heat race firsts i in the locally-owned Arend car, ' sponsored by Husk Drug University of Iowa, took the 12th annual Algona Amateur Golf Tournament with a -1-under par 10-1 Sunday. Boflman edged George Lee, Humboldt, former champion here, by one stroke in the championship flight. Clayton Arnold of Spencer was third at 108 and Jim Greer, Minneapolis, wound up fourth at 109. Flight winners were Dick Fenske. Spencer. 77. first: Al Coughenour, Spencer, 77, second: Craig Smith, Bangs, Algona, Algona. 81, 85, third: Nat fourth: Al Smith, Algona, 86, fifth: and Orval Hakes, Algona, 91, sixth. A large crowd attended the meet which saw 16 men battle it out for the championship crown. Judy Marlow To Wed August 10 In Woden Church Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow, Burt have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their An fsti- : daughter, Judy, shown here, and Wayne Eckels, son of Mr and Mrs mated 1.400 pf-rsons saw the races , r . „ . , „ . ' Forrest Eckels, Britt The wedding .' "! will be held at Margaret Mary Willey, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester A. Willey, Algona, became the bride of William John Norland, Jr., son of Mr and'Mrs William John Norland Sr., Bancroft, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church June 16 at 9:30 a.m. Father James McCormick performed the double ring ceremony. Sister Mary Ricarda was organist. Acolytes were Allen Higley and Robert Nichols. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white lace over taffeta, princess style, with a scoop neckline and traditional long sleeves pointed at the wrists. Her veil was elbow length of plain white net and she carried a cascade bouquet of red American Beauty roses. Her attendant was her twin sister, Mildred Alice Willey. A reception followed in St. Cecelia's hall. The bride's cake and groom's cake were both baked and decorated by the bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Arne Helle (Mrs. Roy Roeder) of Lansing. Mrs. Eva Wille, the bride's great aunt, cut the cakes. Mrs. Thomas Moe poured. The guest book was in charge of Mrs. Diana Webb and Mrs. Pat Bunkoske; the gifts, Judy Magnusson, Jean Larson and MiJdred Willey. Dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to relatives and close friends. Mrs. Lawrence Larson assisted Mrs. Helle and the Dride's mother in the kitchen. The bride was a member of the 'irst graduation class of Garrigan high school, 1960. LeRoy Wolf served as best man. The groom graduated from Amery high school, Amery, Wis., a member of the class of 1959 and is employed at the Chrome Service Station. After a short honeymoon trip to Amery, Wise., The Dells and other points, the couple will be at home in Bancroft for the present time. (Long's Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) more s,.. ed ho-,1 nifiht North Central Public Service Co., Algona, and her fiancee farms near Britt. ' L'DM Engraving) more- an Hodman • lay Andi-r-. .Io<- |),i-l son i; «IT. w:.'-: It.. \\hiitcMi' "if- in'..i: S'-hult/ and ( the |r, ! \\.--t il tra-.e| (r, op fr,. Whittr- I (jo to l • I „,-,.,• f,, r f.,!lo\u-d ti, [.'•••bach and i i",\ 2'i hit- errors and • I;.'- ;inij Wimir '•'i II,p rm "d made 'i. i- :i,, iI,,-, Bob K!i - oci wri, 1 ;,|; if l( . W ay on the hill i n- Uest Bend against Humboldt Hi- lued an eijjht- hiltor. while Ins inak-s were combing 11 hits from the offering of Mason, the IOMT. and Bi-ndil Kach team committed thn-c cirors arid Don Holland of West Bend billed a home run. Another program is on tap ginning at v, 'iO p.m tnis Fr,., u > .. ,.. ... T , , night - then raff- fans are in for !" ll ?e Christian Reformed church a special treat whf-n the stocks' at .,.".. , will perform in daylight Juh 4 ' .. Mlss _ Marl . ov L . IS employed at Wilrtin's driv'ing Friday nii'ht. which allowed him to win thf future. t!.f first hf-at raft- and thf- handif-ap. featuring the eight fa-t. , '-^t r-ars. moved him ; nto a fir^l plai '• tie with Darrel Burns of Ksthi-rville in the rare fi.r point-. i'!afh now ha^ '.',n Norm Kaker. Marion Is third in pfiirit- L'44 Staff". Hedrn;,n Si-.ef. fif Id four'h. rj4. rjene Si Katt-f h- neidi-r Algona f.f'h 2!' H-ir' Ma-on < :tv -.ixth. :;• Ki' -e M-'. enth. 1% Id drnan took first in th< heat F'.day and al-.o jeribbed ser- finf! in the- feature Bi.rns finished -econd in the ,ef ond heat and took second in the handicap and future Hex Stair, Albert I.ea rai k'-d up a pair of seconds. r;,,rv Kirsrhbaum Mason C'lty and Biul I'llersen Algon.-. earh got a see- ond. while Sarn F.slirk. Ft. fJoflgf i'ot a pair of thirds antl Norrn Baker and Dean Srhroeder T'lar- ion one i-ach Burns took second in the V.PC-. Travelers Back From Big Fair Several of the numerous area families who have included the Seattle fair on their vacation plans, have returned from the west Mr and Mrs Henry Bunkofske leturned last week after a .several weeks trip. They visited their son, who is employed in Seattle The Irving Miller family is back from a trip to the fair and the Pu- gent Sound area. They were gone for several weeks. Elevator Leased The Lakota Farmers Elevator has been leased to the Quaker Oats Co. effective July 1, it has been announced by Don Boyd Ernest Hanover of Armstrong will become the manager and the family plans to move to Lakota. The Boyds have no immediate plans but intend to remain in Lakota Sexton Gets A Heavy Run Of Travelers Sexton — The summer tourisl season has started again at Mrs Nell Opheim's. The first callers arriving Sunday morning were a complete surprise. Mr and Mrs Clarence Dammareell of Chicago were made welcome by the Alfred Opheims as Mrs Nell bpheim and Carol Stebbins of Algona did not arrive home from Remsen until Sunday evening. The granddaughter, Tona Schumacher, of Remsen came to visit for the week also Mrs Sarah Nell Stebbins and family of Algona came out Monday evening to visit her aunts. This is just the starting week as Mrs Opheim received a long distance call of more to come. Mr and Mrs Paul Opheim and family will arrive next week from California and Mr and Mrs Junior Ray Hooper of Mountain Home, Ark., have made plans to come the first of July. It's a good thing Mrs Opheim lives on that tree lined avenue as the rest of the residents seem to be leaving en mass. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips have hooked up that little trailer for their first trip, now that Elmer got his crib of corn shelled this week to take care of the last detail. TlH-y plan to meet with a brother of Elmer's from Albert Lea and spend their time at the lakes. Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach are taking off for Minnesota but not a fishing trip. They will visit relatives and bring home Martin's old car from Minnesota where it spent the winter. Mrs Wilford Ward and Joan and Melvin have left on their vacation to visit with grandparents at Colo, Iowa. Former Fenton Teacher Passes Fenton — Funeral services were held Monday for Miss Matilda M. Beck in her upper lid's in Browns- St. Joe Kodrnan Humboldl West Bend Whittemore \\ Close P.O., July 4 The Algona Post Office will be closed all day Wednesday, July 4. The lobby will be open all day but there will be no windows open , , , . , nor will there be any mail delivery •ond heal af er he probably could , of any kind except special delivery have knocked Kluse out of conten- ' mail. All mail will be worked fini Bulldogs Lose Algona's Bulldogs dropped an 8-2 decision to Humboldt Monday eve- .__ ^ ning on the local baseball dia- tenth place"start 'in""the"featur'e! tion on the final turn However he did tht- gentlemanly thing, al lowed Kluse to right his car and settled for second The handicap was a dandy with Wildin, Starr and Burns all turning in good jobs and the semi-main was ended on the fourteenth lap following a restart after 11. Wildin quickly broke from his arid dispatched as usual. a- en pace start in the feature mond. The loss gave the locals a got in front, then made like a fox 1-4-2 record for the season. Algona | with the hounds in pursuit to win is slated to host Eagle Grove here Thrown bearings removed two or Wednesday niuht and f'larinn hprfi thrw cart Imm ii,« f;«i,i .,*..,_ n_. Wednesday night and Clarion here Friday night Game time is 5:30 ut Bertha Godfrey school. three cars from the field after the time trials as motor trouble continued to plague several cars. To Publish Monday With the 4th of July falling on Wednesday of next week, the next issue of The Algona Upper Des Moines will be issued Monday afternoon so that all subscribers may receive it in this area on Tuesday. News and advertising copy must therefore be in 24 hours earlier than the normal schedule. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAN1 IT WESTERN CATTLE FOR PRIVATE SALE TO ARRIVE JUNE 29 155 Choice Hereford Yrlg. Strs. wt. 625-675 Ibs. These cattle are carrying one iron and are outstanding for this time of year. TOO Choice to fancy W.F. Str. Calves wt. 400450 Ibs. 250 Choice Blk. Str. Cfs. wt. 445-550 Ibs. 125 Choice Hfr. Cfs. wt. 400-485 Ibs. Our yard will be closed beginning July 4 through July 18. Be sure to stop in and see us for your grass cattle needs before that time. We will be back from our vacation and will open our yards on July 19. See us then for your fall replacement cattle. FINANCING IS AVAILABLE - WE SELL FEEDER PIGS NORTHWEST CATTLE CO. Clao Bowman, Mgr. Highway 30 east — Phone GE 2-4424 Collect lyle Seaboch, Salesman bordering Municipal Airport Day or Night vlllo, Minn. Miss Rock died Friday In Detroit I.nkos. Minn., \vhore she had been a first pnxlo toucher until defective henrinn forced her to retire. She began her touching career as a IOCHM^T northeast of Fenton. She livod al Iho home of a cousin, Lewis ,). \c\vel. Her brother, the late Ccorgc Hock of Winona, Minn., about (ill years apo briefly managed an olo\alor in Ponton. I'ntil forty years ago she was a frequent visitor hero. Charles H. Newel, oldest son of ],. .1. Nowol, received word of nor death late Friday night. by Carolyn Ley. ftendlngs were given by Sandra Koppen and Knlhy Peterson. A game was played. Hostesses wore Mrs Vernon Smllli, Mrs Jerry Itoellnnd, Mrs Klmor Paulson, Mrs niircleltc Hoeppnor, Mrs Ted Thilgos, Mrs Craig Thilges, Mrs William Nippon, Mrs Gertrude Gutknecht and Mrs Los Jensen. SMORGASBORD Every Sunday — AH home cootod food — All you can eat for $2.00. Special children fates. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. (25-26-27) Paula Apka Is Shower Honoree Af Lakofa I.nkoln — Paula Opka was honored at an open house shower Monday evening at the Presbyter- inn church. Rita Weringa was in charge of the program. Devotions were liiven by Mrs Harlan Kruse. Linda Nitz sang two solos, accompanied USED FARM EQUIPMENT USED TRACTORS 195G 400 IHC, nice one $2355 1P54 t'B M.M $1725 1949 D.C. Case $ 695 1948 U M.M $ 895 MISCELLANEOUS 3 bar New Idea hay rake ... $ 75 7' Ford Side mounted mower $ 85 1957 Papec Chopper w'corn and hay head S 795 No. 17 New Idea Spreader. Like New $ 495 2—E M.M. Corn shelters w drags, choice S1050 19.13 A-fi Case combine $ 395 10' Trailer Type New Idea Mower. Demo. List $843. Special $ 525 \VE HAVE NEW IDEA MAY CONDITIONERS FOR SALE OR RENT. ALSO ROTARY CUT- TICK FOR DIVERTED ACRES. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 N. Main CY 4-3451 ST. BENEDICT SUMMER "FESTIVAl BASEBALL GAMES - ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERYONE - DANCE FOR ALL IN THE EVENING Sunday/ July 8 CHICKEN-IN-THE BASKET 80c SERVING STARTS AT 4 p.m. NOTICE ! OPEN BOWLING FRIDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHTS. WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS IN MEN'S, LADIES' AND MIXED LEAGUES FOR NEXT FALL. ALGONA BOWLING LANES BOB RIEDEL AND DOYLE DAILEY PHONE CY 4-2831 (21 TFN) SEMI-MODIFIED CAR RACES FRIDAY NIGHTS AT SSUTH BOONE, IOWA IOWA'S NEWEST AND HIGHEST BANKED U MILE DIRT TRACK AT FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA TIME TRIALS - 8:30 p.m. DON'T FORGET THE BIG PROGRAM OF RACES JULY 4 AFTERNOON ! 11 ADULTS (12 AND OVEK) 1.00 ENJOY A NIGHT OUT AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY CHILDREN SCHOOL, AGE TO U YHS. 50c

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