The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 24, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 24, 1962
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Pitcher's Triple Loses District Title For Garrigan Hi, 5 to 4 "\P rnfr»jinr f»»r»tw 13H T^nJ^A —... —- - A hitting pitcher from Ft. Dodge Iiigh cost Garrigan high of Algona the district high school baseball crown here Monday evening. Nursing a two-run lead going into the last half of the seventh and final inning, Garrigan's hurler Bill Rahm struck out the first batter. Next man up singled, and a walk to the third butter set the Stage for the appearance of Patterson, Ft. Dodge hurler at the plate. He smarked a fast ball into deep right renter field, scoring the two men ahead of him, then was waved in as he came into third base. Garrigan's relay from the fence might have caught Patterson at home as hr came in with the- winning run, but the throw was wide. Patterson scored: the game wa.s over: victory was snatched from Ihe Boars In the twinklin of an eye. It was a good gamp, and a pit Cher's battle. Rahm for the Beers struck out 10 visiting batters; Pat terson set down 14 Garrigan hitters with whiffs. Ft. Dodge tallied a run in the second to take a brief lead on one hit and an error. Garrigan scored all four of its runs in the third. After a first out, a walk put a man on first. Next man up whiffed; two out. Then successive hits by Schneider. Rahm, Eisenbacher and Heinen brought in four runs. Those, incidentally, were Garrigan's only hits' of the evening. From that point on, there was no scoring until the fatal seventh, although each team moved one man around to third in the sixth inning, where they were stranded. The box score: Garrigan (4) AB R H Froehlich, cf 3 0 0 Schneider, ss 4 ] j Rahm, p 3 i j Eisenbacher, If ... 3 i j Heinen, c 3 o 1 Smith, 2b 3 0 0 Studer, Ib 3 0 0 Arndorfer, rf 3 o 0 Goetz, 3b 2 1 o 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnei TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1962 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Milford Driver Grabs Feature Af Stock Races Ivan Tokle of Milford drove in three semi-modi/ied stock car races at the fairgrounds here Friday night — and ran away with :hree firsts, including the 20-lap finale. Tokle had not driven here since making a good showing early n the season, but his car was plenty hot Friday as 1,522 fans can estify. Another full program of exciting races is slated this Friday — and Manager Lament U'ellendorf announced Friday night that this week will be Kid's Night. AH children under 12 will be admitted free if accompanied by parents. Tokle blasted away from the Hole In One Dave Agena, son of Mr and Mrs A] Agena, Algona, experienced one of life's greatest thrills when he made a hole in one while playing golf at Sac City last week. Dave, who was visiting a friend, there, slammed a five iron shot into the cup on a 168 yard hole. LITTLE LEAGUES National League — Cubs 9, Dod gers 0; Pirates 4, Phillies 0- Cardinals 18, Giants 1; Cubs 23, Giants 0. American League ... ulalls ,, Red Sox 6; Tigers 5, Red Sox 4- Twins 21, Orioles 6; Twins 8 Red Sox 2. Senior League — Angels 4, Athletics 2; Athletics 4, Senators 0; u> ._ ^ UTIUJ 11 Will L1JCI " * I *-'V-" M tUl O U , field in the feature after a 4-car Colts 21 > Senators 6; Angels 22 wreck right at the start. Cars ' Senators 7. John Lickfeigs, Wesley, Golden Wedding Mass Wrslpy—Mr and Mrs Jolin Lick eig celebrated (heir golden wee cling anniversary Sunday, July ]; The nine o'clock solemn hig; Mass was for the honored couple Father Dominic E. Lickteig 0. C vas celebrant; Father Adrian Jckteig 0. C. was deacon and Fa her Phillip was subdeacon. John Valdschmidt was master of cere- nonies. The mass-servers were like Lickteig, son of the Dennis ickteigs, Mike Lickteig, son of he Albert Lickteigs, Eugene Lick- eig, son of the Dennis Lickteigs nd Timothy Lickteig, son of the eo Lickteigs of Greeley, Kan. Dinner was served to a large roup of relatives and friends in Joseph's parish hall by Circle of St. Joseph's Guild. The )eautifully decorated cake was cut d served by the daughters and ughters-in-law at the open house om 2 - 4:30 p.m. Mrs Louis Lickteig & Mrs Jerry Lickteig poured coffee. Mrs August Stucler and Mrs Herman Studer presided at the punch bowl. Servers at the reception were the Mesdames Albert, Bob and Tom Lickteig, Ed Kenyon, Paul Berger, Leonard Arndorfer, Elmer Doughan, August and Herman Studer. Waitresses were Donna, Anita Connie, Ruth and Esther Lickteig Rita Waldschmidt, Delores Klein Indians •? \^L Ckie Arndorfer - Mr s Richard inaians <, I Thompson and Mrs Kenneth For, I burger. Father Dominic E. Lickteig 0. C. was master of ceremonies at the program. Father Adrian Lickteig gave a toast to the honored cou- 27 4 4 ..Ft. Dodge (5) AB R H O'Malley, c 4 2 2 Shierholz, cf 2 1 o Patterson, p 3 i \ Gabriel, Ib 3 o 0 Warbis, ss 2 0 0 Goodman, 2b 3 o I Daniel, rf 2 1 i ... .Schmidt, 3b 3 0 0 Bell, ib i oo Sween, If 2 0 o 25 5 5 • • • Garrigan's Bears advanced to the final round of the district tournament here Saturday night by an 8-6 victory over the Laurens Elks. The Bears' win featured a comeback from a t>-3 deficit. Garrigan erupted for five big runs in the fith frame. Laurens scored first in the second when Bill Rahm walked two. and an error allowed a score. Garrigan countered with three in the third. John Gooeke reached first on a passed ball Then Froehlich followed with a single, and Schnei- driven by Sam Eslick and Duane Seible were badly damaged and had to be scratched. From the restart through the first four laps, Les Wildin, Algona, gave Tokle a battle. However, Jerry Petersen, AJgona, slanted in front of Wildin near the end of the straightaway in front of the grandstand, the two cars collidled and Wildin was knocked from contention. He managed to come back and grab second place. Bud Petersen took third as he capped another night of good driving. Tokle also took a heat race and the handicap, which featured the fastest eight cars in time trails Gene Schattschneider, Algona / posted the best time, :21 93 I Other firsts were picked 'up by Kenny Wall, Alta, and Bud Fair and Sam Eslick, Fort Dodge Seconds went to Bud Petersen Wildin, Darrel Burns, Estherville Jim Marshall, Greene, and Willie Kluse, Clarion. Thirds went to Bud Petersen, Wildin, Schattschneider, Seible and Gary Kirschbaum. Mason City. Veteran driver Leo Christensen West Bend, who observed a birthday during the week, and also observed a wedding anniversary with his wife, were honored by members of the pit crews when the men took up a collection and der and Rahm bro the two presented it to the Christensen's Mr and Mrs Christensen then re- ovation from the on the mound fur Garrigan But the fifth was the big Laurens inning when four runs scored and I.aurens led. 6-3. hahm returned to the mound in this frame. Then GarrigMi bounced back with the b,fi sixi,, frame rally ,or five runs. Steve Studer and Rich Arndorfer /.alk-d, moved up when Goecke was hit by a pitcher's toss Studer wa.s forced at r.ome but Schneider walked to score Arndorfer. Jim Eisenbacher was hit hy u pilih and Goecke scored I hen Lcroy Heinen's popup was dropped and Froehlith scored Steve Smith singled in Schneider and Ei.senba<-htT f or Uie winnma margin. Bill Rahm was the winning pitcher. ' ' Garrigan moved into in- district play winning the sectional final from Kanawha last Friday lu to 0 Hie Bears rapped out nine hits' Froehlich leading the team with three and Schneider auumg two. Drake Award For Local Trackman Wayne "Rebel" Johnson, son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Johnson Algona, and a junior at Drake University, Des Moines, last year was among 60 basketball and spring sports athletes who received varsity letters, according to Jack McClelland, athletic director who made the announcement this week. Rebel received a letter in track He was a member of sprint relay teams at Drake and prior to his graduation from high school here was state high school champion in the 220 and 100 yard dashes Wednesday night. The crowd Friday was one of the largest of the season. 5TAPLINQ MACHINES and glaplei. Popular models. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Rodman To Top Of County Loop Hodman grabbed first place in 'he Kossuth County Baseball League away from St. Joe by register- In 8 a 10-1 victory over Humboldf at Humboldt Sunday aCnoon • '(. Jf>G clrunrwH •• 't i A West Bend in the other loop fr" v ° will travel to Hodman and West Bend to St. Joe for league contests this Sunday h H? "I"" yut 14 hits and Humbo W three as both teams com- m.tte.) four errors Shriner hurl"1 the win and Wingert took the Junnson belted a home run •••r the winners. Kend managed eight hits V Jue thre *- Both teams four errors and Doyle got the win aim Henderson the lus.f STANDINGS National U Cubs g Cardinals 5 Pirates 3 Reds 2 Phillies ....' 2 Dodgers i Giants i Braves o American W Yankees e Tigers 5 Twins 4 Indians 2 Red Sox 2 White Sox i Orioles o Senior W Colts 9 Athletics 5 Angels 4 Senators 2 L 0 0 2 2 3 4 5 4 L 0 1 2 3 5 4 5 L 0 5 6 9 Wesley Girl To Wed Aug. 25 Standings Hodman •St. Joe West Bend Humboldt Wlnitemore %vr, A ~ Mr and Mrs Luther •Mgaard announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marva Lou, above, to Gunter H Bieber of Cedar Falls, son of Mrs t-lara Bieber of West Berlin Germany The wedding will be Aug -J- u DM Engraving) Car And Truck Sales Hit 18 The office of the cour.ty treasurer was busier this week as 18 new cars and trucks were registered. New owners are: Chevrolet — Abner J Bilsbor- Bulldogs Win A [ally, punctuated by a home thA . man the Algona Bulldogs to an a o victory over Emmetsburg at Em rcetsburg July 17. The game was ^orele ss through the fLt th"ee n T S V bUt u the bj e AJ e°™ "ally n the fourth, p| ua two-run rallies " sitchh Seventh ng stitched the win as Mike Wickliff hurled a one-hitter. It was £ thC S for lhe «ugh, Swea City; Oarrell J Downs, Algona; Albert J. John,son. Swea City; Wm. S. Knoner, Ledyard; Lone Rock Coop Exchange, Lone Rock, truck; Mrs Mary Reding, Whittemore; Fred A. Schmidt, Lone Rock; the Quaker Oats Co., Algona; and Flora- oel J. Tjaden, Titonka. Ford — Elmer Dole Co., Irvine- ton, two trucks. Mercury - Harley 0. Hanson Burt. Rambler — Donald A. Blanchard, Lone Rock; Roy M. Pehrson Swea City; and Leo H. Schmidt, Lone Rock. Cadillac — Raymond L. Krantz Titonka. Dodge — Percival Motors, Algona. Volkswagon-Sheila K. Sullivan, Algona. pie. Congratulations were extended by Father Ruba and Father Phillips. "Memories of 50 years" was given by their daughter, Mrs (Edna Mae) Elliott Waldschmidt. Words of appreciation from their children were given by Urban Lickteig and the "Thank You" by John Lickteig. The guest book was in charge of Mrs Kenneth Forburger and Mrs Richard Thompson. „ Out of town relatives who attended included Father Dorninic E Lickteig, 0. C., Joliet, 111., a brother of John Lickteig, Father Adrian Lickteig 0. C. of Fort Leavenworth, Kan., a cousin, Father Ruba, St. Benedict, Sister M Evangelist O.S.U., Sister M. Clotilda O.S.U. and Sister Augustine O.S.U. of Paola, Kan., all cousins of John and Lou Lickteig, Agnes Lickteig and the Leo Lickteig family of Greeley, Kan., J. w. Lick- teigs, Omaha, Neb., Roy Lickteigs Council Bluffs, Frank Lickteigs' Greeley, Kan., Richard Thompsons, St. Louis, Mo. All of their nine children were present for the occasion. They are Urban Lickteigs, Wesley, Dennis Lickteigs, Algona, Elliot lEdna) Waldschmic'ts, Whittemore, Don Lickteigs, Oey Eagle Minn., Jack Lickteigs, Wesley Mrs George iAnn> Buettner and "Philip Cheshire, Conn , Richard < Carmel i Martins, Augusta, Maine, Mr and Mrs Jerry Lickteig, Springfield 111. and the Frank i Shirley) Hanleys, Dubuque. John Lickteig and Mary Ohlem were married at Greeley Kan Jan. 14, 1913 but celebrated the occasion on July 15, enabling all to attend. The family lived and farmed near Corwith before moving to the Apple Treat farm. They bought the Nate Studer home in Wesley and moved there in Iftil J n March, 1959, they moved into their newly constructed house in the south part of town. St. Joseph's Guild St. Joseph's Guild met Tuesday evening, July 17. Further plans were made for the annual Turkey dinner which will be held Sunday Sept. 16. They planned to hold a canning bee m the parish hall on Tuesday, July 31. Any one who has fruit or vegetables and can help with the project is urged to attend. Circle 4 served lunch. Bridge and 500 was played. Felice Hilbert and Mildred Arndorfer won prizes in bridge and Donna Studer and Mrs Elsbecker in 500. Returns To Paris Alvina Mayer who is employed at the American Embassy, Paris France, spent 3 weeks visiting her sisters, Mrs Lou Goetz at Hritt and Mrs Leo Hanig and families « h 1, . relalives and friends. She left Friday, July 20 for Minneapolis, where she will spend a few days with friends before flv ing back to Paris. Mrs Sue Bramble of Jefferson S. D. spent July 16-21 with her twin sister, Mrs J. T. Meurer and husband. Mr and Mrs Earl Robinson and family went to Des Moines Sun- M y> JJul , y 15 to visit his Parents Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson Mrs Victor Loebig had major surgery at the Britt hospital July The L. Arndorfers and Father Ad . nan Lickteig were Monday July 16, dinner guests in the Gene Hood home, Algona EVERY WEDNESDAY WE BUY EWES, BUCKS and NEXT DELIVERY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 & AUG. 1 LAMBS DELIVERED TUESDAY by 4 p.m. TO BE WEIGHED AT 8 a.m. WEDNESDAY WILL BE MARKED A DOLLAR HIGHER THAN OUR BROADCAST 1 - We Will Bid You On Your Lambs And/or Sheep AT NOON ON TUESDAYS For Wednesday A.M. Delivery, To Us In Algona, Or Af Same Quoted Price To Dale Dundas At Burt. * * * 2 - Our Bid Will Be Broadcast Over Radio Station KLGA, Alaona (1600 on dial) At 11:59 Each Tuesday, Or You Can Call Us Anytime Tuesday Afternoon. 3 - CHOICE LAMBS Will Bring The Quoted Price. But We Will Also Buy ANY Lambs, Bucks, Ewes, That You Want To Sell. P. S. We're Still In The Hog Business As Usual. Deliver Hogs ancf Lambs Together If You Wish. We Are Receiving CANADIAN FEEDER CATTLE If Interested Call Us PHONE CY 4-M11 A160NA, IOWA OUR MARKET PREDICTION ON LAMBS: It looks steady for next week, WE ARE PAYING $20,50 FOR CHOICi UMBS, JULY 25

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