The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1962 · Page 1
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2-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, July 3, 1962 COUNTY PORTS Wiidin Takes Feature To Cap Stock Car Races Lcs Wiidin captured the feature easily and tnok over undisputed first place in the point standings during the weekly session of semi- modified stock car races at the fairgrounds here Saturday night. The races, normally held Fridays, were postponed due to Thursday night's downpour. Anollicr bifj progi-uin is on lap lierr Wednesday afternoon, July •!. when most of the lop drivers from tlir area are slated to appear liere in Ihe firsl afternoon event of the .year. Friday will find the drivers running under the lights again. Actually, Saturday's purse was the best divided of the season. No driver was able to win more than one event. Besides Wildin's win in the finale, others who grabbed a golden ring were Darrel Burns, Estherville, Everett Hutchinson, Spirit Lake, Willie Kluse. Clarion, Gene Schattschneider, Algona, and Bill Williams, Estherville. Schattschneider, who didn't get a chance to run in the time trials due to a faulty fuel pump, was second, a half-lap behind Wiidin, in the feature, despite the fact his car operated on five cylinders af- ter a spark plug wire broke off early in the race. Other seconds were garnered by Burns, Wiidin, Sam Eslick, Fort Dodge, Dick Boyd, Humboldt, and Norm Baker, Clarion. Thirds went lo Wiidin. Hutchinson, Kluse, Dean Flaws, Webster City, Gary Kirschbaum, Mason City, and Bud Petersen, Algona. A three-car wreck, involving cars driven by Burns, Kluse and Eslick, knocked Burns out of the feature. Eslick dropped out two laps later and Wiidin and Schattschneider then made a shambles of the event with their driving. There were easy wins — and tough ones during the night. Best race from a crowd standpoint was the handicap, which Burns managed to win by a slim margin from Wiidin. Hutchinson managed to stay in tight and the three fought it out to the finish line. Al Corlick, Mason City, had his midget sprint car at the track and put on a pair of demonstrations during the program. His best time around the quarter-mile oval was 18 seconds, three seconds under Wildin's best in the time trials for stocks. The midgets are slated to perform on the track the final day of the Kossuth County Fair and a large field is expected to enter. The little, midget-sized versions of the big Offenhausers will really roll. NOTICE ! OPEN BOWLING FRIDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHTS. WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS IN MEN'S, LADIES' AND MIXED LEAGUES FOR NEXT FALL. ALGONA BOWLING LANES LITTLE LEAGUES An estimated 125 little leaguers attended an instructional clinic, held at the Athletic Park Friday evening. Several coaches, also in attendance, helped Leon Vann, little league director, and Everett Barr during the demonstration periods. Here are the results of games played during the week: National League — Cardinals 11, Braves 5; Cubs 7, Pirates 5; and Reds 14, Giants 0; American League — Tigers 12, Indians 3; Yankees 16, Orioles 5; and Twins 5, White Sox 3; and Senior League — Colts 7, Athletics 4; Athletics 3, Angels 1; and Colts 11, Senators 9. Standings: National W L Cubs 3 0 Cardinals 3 Pirates 2 Reds 2 Phillies 1 Giants 1 Braves o 3 Dodgers o American W L Yankees 4 o Tigers 4 0 Red Sox 1 2 Indians l 2 Twins 1 2 White Sox 1 3 Orioles o 3 Senior W L Colts 6 0 Athletics 3 3 Senators 2 4 Angels l 5 Play in the three loops will resume next Monday following a 10-day break in the schedules. BOB RIEDEL AND DOYLE DAILEY PHONE CY 4-2831 (21 TFN) Garrigan Hosts Sectional BB Meet Next Week Garrigan Field here will be the site of a sectional baseball tournament beginning next Monday, July 9, with a tripleheader. Finals of the meet are slated for July 16 at 7:30 p.m. and the winner of the tourney will face the winner it a similar meet at Havelock in district play. Algona and Swea City will kickoff the meet when they play at 5 p.m. July 9. At 6:30 p.m., Corwith-Wesley and S e n t r a 1 will tangle and at 8 p.m. Garrigan will meet LuVerne. Two nights later, July 11, Burt will meet Boone Valley at 6:30 and Kanawha will meet the Algona-Swea City winner at 8 p.m. Semi-final games will be played at 6:30 and 8 p.m. Friday, July 13. TCUT DRYING! | COSTS j short tall or tangled ...Gehl 1-Row gets it all Here's thi' 1-Rui.- ("• • i.per to l,,i,' HeM's special £athoin,^ mi . ii;ii)i':.'. t,u Klcs anv crop — iimves l it'ht ui. I>T Ui:.^|i-u jivi "(iov.:i c'ni'ii. Larri'i.i it tiircii^ii tie line! l 'in:|'; nig v'i..)|j-Aii! Chion.f- Steel .-. ri r- .'-,'1,1..'; ' ki,;ves t^ive \<>u ra/nr-i-ii h e km\i'i all M ,,-'i!, i i 1 i.'iiii ..i-nii.t,'. 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You also get these bonuf features: tiniple, eas/ -to-set controls • . » . *c:f-iockinfl ( ground controlled vent cap . . » 21'' and 24" fans with heating Units up to bOO,OOQ B.T.U. to match bin tizc . . . hp pert forationi m floor rejut plug* gina. You Save more and get fop value with -SIOUX- DRI AIL, Stop ia to inspect o unit today. ROBINSON Construction Co, Algona, Iowa Garrigan Runs String To 10; Downs LuVerne Garrigan high school's Golden Bears ran their unbeaten string to 10 with an f!-0 victory over Lu- Verne at Garrigan Field Salurday night. Bill Rahm went all the way on the mound for tiie Bears, allow ing only two hits while he struck out 13. The locals will bo after win number 11 tonight (Monday) when they travel to Mason City for a meeting with the Legion team. Garrigan scored a pair of runs in the home half of the first inninp Saturday on three safe bingles. The Bears then added a single run in the fourth and five more In wrap up the scoring in the bottom of the sixth. Dean Trauger got a double and Dennis Will a single for LuVerne's only hits. Bob Schneider, Bill Rahm, Steve Studer and LeRoy Heinen cracked doubles for the Bears. Schneider and Rahm each got two safeties. Box score. LuVerne (0) AH Trauger 3 D. Will 1 Schade 3 G. Will 3 Gregory 3 Wickett 2 Norcross 1 Vrost 2 Maass 2 20 Garrigan (S) AB Froehlich 4 Eisenbacher 4 Schneider 4 Rahm 3 Arndorfer 3 1 1 Studer 2 1 1 Smith 2 1 1 Heinen 2 1 1 Ooetz I! 1 0 27 8 10 U 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 R 0 0 1 2 Satchel Paige To Pitch At Bancroft Sunday Satchel Paige, ageless former pilcher for the Cleveland Indians, is slated to hurl for the Harlem Stars when Ihey face the Kansas City Monarchs at Community Field, Bancroft, this Sunday, July ». Game time for the official Negro American League contest is ft p.m. Paige, whose age was guessed at -lO-plus, got his chance with the Indians in 1948 and he came through with a G-l season record. The Indians won the American League pennant and Satch pitched briefly in the World Series. He pitched for the Indians in 1949 and for the old St. Louis Browns in the 50's. The Stars also feature Goose Ta- ttim, who is known as the Clown Prince of Basketball when he played for many years with the Harlem Globe Trotters. His baseball antics are reportedly funnier than on the court — if that's pissible. Walter Hunt Former LuVerne Man, Passes LuVerne — Walter S. Hunt Sr. 85, died at his home in Rockwell City June 25. The funeral was held Wednesday in the Morton Funeral Home there. Mr. Hunt was well-known in this community. He moved to Lu- Verne in 1902 and farmed until 1941 .near here. He was active in community affairs and served several years on the school board. His burial took place in Ft. Dodge Memorial Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Tillie, one dangler Mrs. Donald Clowes of Renwick, and one son, Walter of Rockwell. One son, Howard proceeded him in death in 1950. Two Games Set Algona high school's scheduled game with Clarion here Friday night was postponed due to wet grounds. The Bulldogs have two games on their slate this week. They travel to Fort Dodge tomorrow (Tuesday), then go to West Bend for a game Friday. All men are created equal — and endowed by their creator with an insatiable urge to become otherwise. Eliz. Perdue, Ledyard, Dies; Funeral Monday Mrs. Elizabeth Perdue 6.1, of Ledyard and formerly of Burt died Friday morning at the Buffalo Center hospital. She had been hospitalized since Monday. Mrs. Perdue was born June 21. 189!) at Boone and was educate'; in Des Moines and was married in March of 1919 to L. M. (Doc) Perdue. He and six sons survive, Duard of Swea City and Eugene at home and Donald, Jerry, James, and Gerald. Three sisters also survive. Family services were at 1:15 Monday at the Garry funeral home In Bancroft. Public services will be 2 p.m. at Open 'Bible church at Swea City with Rev. Harlan, Crouch of Des Moines of ficating. Burial was in the Swea township cemetery. Ex-Residents Of Area In Forced Plane Landing Several former residents of (lie Bancroft and Whilteniore areas were aboard an Ozark Airlines pin IIP that made a forced landing al Cedar Rapids ahout !) a.m. Wednesday due to engine trouble. After a delay, passengers were transferred lo another plane llien continued on their way to Chicago. Aboard Ihe plane from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Denier and son, Douglas, Redwood. Cal., Mr. and Airs. Vic Uanscn, Chicago, an:! David MeCleish. Chicago. Dern or and Hanson are former Whiltemore residents and Mrs. Derner is the former Donna Bergman and Mrs. llanscn is the former Alice Menke, both of Bancroft. Derner. C I P i s h American Airlines and had attended the wedding of Meredith Bergman and Dennis Mc- C'leish at Bancroft. Theft Reported Theft of $100 in cash and another $100 in checks were stolen from the Truman Simpson home at 110 East Kennedy street here sometime Friday night, according to Police' Chief Al Boekelman. There was no one at home when the thief or thieves entered and took the cash Hansen and Mc- are employees of Charge Filed In Bike Wreck Evert Vigclal, 39, who resides at IKi West North street, Algona, appeared voluntarily at the local police station Wednesday morning, June 27, and stated it was his auto that had struck a bicycle ridden by Denny Peterson, 10, Algona, Friday morning, June 22. The man was charged with failing to report an accident by Policeman Ilich Groen and hearing of the matter was continued in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court. Mr Vigdal stated he didn't realize there was any injury to the boy until he read the story of the mishap in the Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 26. He told police ho asked for the boy's name, but didn't receive an answer. 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