The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 31, 1962
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4-AtfiftftB (ta.) Upper De« Motnei TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1962 Bancroft Takes Legion Crown With 77-2 Verdict On Sunday Scoring runs in five of nine innings, Bancroft's Junior Legion baseball team had no trouble at all belting Cedar Rapids, 11-2, to take the state championship at State Center Sunday night. The new champs have posted a record of 24-3 so far this season. By winning the state crown, Bancroft also won the right to advance to the regional tournament at Mandan. N.D. where the Kossulh county team is slated to meet the Alaska champions in the first round. Charles Hatten, Bancroft pitcher, hurled a nifty three-hitter for the champs. He allowed only one blow until the losers put together a pair of safeties and robbed him of a shut-out by counting two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning. Don Smith hurled in relief for Bancroft. Coufal, Gilliatt and Sham berger hurled for Cedar Rapids. Bancroft raked Cedar Rapids pitching for a total of 15 hits, including four safeties by Larry Rahe, a two-run homer by Bill Menke and a pair of hits by Smith. Bancroft counted two runs in the third, two in the sixth, three in the seventh and one each in the eighth and ninth. Each team I committed four errors. Members of the Bancroft squad are Dennis Meister. Don Smith. Dick Clark, John Lensing, Charles Hatten, Roger, Eugene & Dwayne Hutchinson, Charles Schneider. Tom Goche, Dan Crawford, Bill and Don Menke, Roger Vaske and Larry Rahe. Tony Schneider is the coach. Bancroft bested Larchwood to reach the finals of the state meet. West Bend Loses West Bend managed to garner only three hits while dropping a 6-0 decision to Watkins in a first round game in the Iowa Semipro Baseball Tournament at Des Moines Sunday night. Doyle hurled for West Bend and allowed 12 safeties. Sheffield Man Takes Feafure At Stock Races Stacey Redmond of Sheffield. who for the preceding three weeks had not been able to make his cm- run properly, got an early jump or the field and easily won the feature event at the semi-morlifipr! stock car races here Saturday night. It was Kid's Night at (lie track and the races were postponed from the preceding night. Another night of action is on tap this Friday, with time trials slated to get underway at 8:30 p.m. Top point getters, Les Wilciin and Gene Schattschneider, Algona, and Darryl Burns, Estherville, are expected to be in the field. Redmond waltzed to victory in the feature after Wildin, who was in third at the time, threw a real- wheel and was sidelined during the fourth lap, and Schattschneider failed to get top performance from his car. Gene wound up second, barely nosing out Leo Christensen. West Bend, who finished the race with a blast of speed that nearly bettered Schattschneider. Other first place finishers during the night were Wildin. who took the time trials in :20.32 and won the handicap and semi-main Bud Petersen-, Algona, Sam Elsick. Ft. Dodge, and Dean Schroeder, Clarion. Seconds went to Schattschneider, Norm Baker, Clarion, Jerry Kirschbaum, Mason City, and Christensen and thirds went to Dale Wilhite, Mason City, Redmond, a pair, Ladell Olson, Algona, Christensen and Bill Williams, Esther- vine. Actually, the outstanding races were the first two heat races and the handicap. Petersen edged a good field in the opener. Elsick managed to take tho second hoat as four cars finished wheel-to- wheel and Wildin grabbed the handicap in another good drive. LITTLE AGUES Action roared into the final week, beginning with games played last night. At the present time, there arc good races for first place in only two loops, the American and National where two teams are battling it out right down to the j wire for pennants. Results: National — Braves 2. Phillies 1; Cardinals 3. Dodgers 1 1 Heds •!. Pirates 1; American i White Sox 3, Indians 2; Indian 10, Orioles 6; Tigers 5, Red So> •1; Senior — Angels 7, Athletics 4 Colts 5, Athletics 0; Colts 19, Sen a tors 0. Standings NATIONAL Cubs Cardinals Reds Pirates .. Phillies .. Braves ... Giants ... Dodgers . W 6 G 3 3 2 1 1 1 AMERICAN W Yankees 6 Tigers 6 Twins 4 Indians 3 White Sox 2 Red Sox 2 Orioles 0 SENIOR \V Colts 11 Angels 5 Athletics 5 Senators 2 I, 0 0 2 3 4 4 5 5 L 0 1 2 4 4 6 6 L 0 6 7 10 KENT'S A-1 USED CARS 13R1 FORD Fairlane, 4 door, 6 cyl., straight trans., radio. l!)fi() FOKD Fairlane, 4 door, V-8, air conditioned. Ford-0-Matic. 1957 CHEVROLET 210, 4 door, V-8, Automatic trans. 1051 CHEVROLET 210, 2 door, standard trans., radio, real good l-owner car. 1954 FOKD Crestliner, 6 cyl., 4 door, overdrive, radio — Real clean. SEE Ot'R ADDITIONAL SELECTION OF USED CARS TODAY!! USED TRUCKS 1961 FORD 3 .4 Ton pickup. 1958 FORD. F-600, 2-ton truck. 1959 FORD 2-ton F-600. 1956 MI. t.' 4 Ton pickup. 195-1 CHEVROLET Pi ton truck. 1950 CHEVROLET 3 4 Ton truck. SEE THE FOLLOWING SALESMEN: HAROLD KUCHENREUTHER AND JIM SCHENCK 954 AND NEWER CARS CARRY A ONE YEAR IADA GUARANTEE 'Society Motes, Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mrs. Ed Kelly at her cottage at the Okobojls. Attend Reunion Mr. and Mrs. John Thuente are going to Festine Sunday to attend a reunion of cousins and to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the becoming a nun of Sister Rosalie Schmitz. At Ft. Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutzell joined Mr. and Mrs. John McCarty of Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Melton of Linden at Fort Dodge Sunday for dinner. Wed Recently Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait and granddaughter Jane Wallukait of Fort Bedgd attended the wedding last Saturday at Sioux City of Jane Wallukait, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wflllukait and Howard Holdcroft. The ceremony took place at 4 o'clock in the Morningside Methodist church. Picnic Planned Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wallukait and family of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weydert and daughters of Waterloo are meeting others at Fort Dodge for a family picnic Sunday. Piny Canasta Mrs. Frank Vera entertained at a canasta foursome Thursday. Present were Mrs. Rose Sigsbee, Mrs. Esther Helberg 'and Mrs. Mabel Lee. Mr and Mrs Cecil Taylor are being visited by the latter's father, Joseph Hackel of Chicago, Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor and family spent a week ago Saturday and Sunday at the Trailer Park at the Okobojis and were joined by Mrs Taylor's parents Mr and Mrs Herbert Zielske of Lake Mills. Mrs Dagmar Newel was visited over the weekend by her grandchildren Roger and Rhanda Newel of Fenton. Mrs Osta Thompson and Mrs Gail Haase spent Wednesday at Eagle Grove with Mrs Martin Thompson. Mr AM Mrs Floyd Turner had as guests \6si week Sunday their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs CoTnelius De.Kfuif of Sheldon. Mrs Clinton Godden and Mrs Wilma Kuhlmann went to Mason City Friday to consult with Dr. Adams who has had the daughter Donna under treatment for some time. The child has recovered so well from a foot ailment she will riot have to be checked for two years. Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait and grandchildren Kristy and Kathy; Weydert of Waterloo went to Spirit Lake Wednesday and stopped briefly at Spencer where Chris transacted business. Mrs Harry Ward was at Rochester, Minn, last week having a routine check-up at the Mayo clinic. WARRANTY. KENT MOTOR CO. FORD & FALCON Phone CY 4-3504 Algona COMPLETE CLOSE-OUT In order to close Estate of Jens Anderson, Will offer all mile North of Wesley on B-Top on August 8th Personal Property at Public Auction on Farm Located 1 '2 1:00 Sharp ACHINERY 1:00 Sharp 1949 "G" John Deere Tractor, Complete O-hauled in Spring. Very Good Rubber, Rolla-Matic, A-1. 1949 "VAC" Case Tractor, Good Rubber, Mech. A-1. John Deere 4-Row Cultivator, Rubber Pac. Whls. John Deere 4-90 4-Row Corn Planter, Pert, attach. John Deere 13 ft. Tandem Disc, NEW. John Deere 3-14 Plow, Throw away lays, hydra lift. A-1. John Deere 7-ft Power Mower. John Deere 4-Sect. Rotary Hoe. John Deere 50-ft. 2 whl. Elevator, Speed Jack, etc. John Deere 2 whl. Manure Spreader. John Deere Endgate Seeder. John Deere 10-ft. Binder Windrower. Self-Propelled 22 in. Power Mower, B & S Motor, NEW. 1951 "A" John Deere Tractor, Excellent rubber, Rolla- Matic, Complete O-hauled in Spring. 2-John Deere No. 953 Trailers w/6 x 10 Borge Box, 5- Ton Hoist. These units are like new. IHC No. 64 Combine, w/Pickup and Straw Spreader, etc. * IHC No.2 PR 2-Row Corn Picker, Rubber Rolls, A-1. 4-Sect. Harrow w/Steel Evener. Humboldt Manure Loader w/Snow Scoop. Continental Stalk Cutter. Rubber Tired Running Gear w/Flat Rack. 16-ft. Root Auger w/Motor. IHC 4-Bar Side Rake. Burr Mill - Mtd. Sprayer. Rubber Tired 2 whl. Trailer. Brillion Land Roller. 300 Gal. Gas Barrel w/Stand. 300 Gal. Barrel. FEED, etc. LIVESTOCK 1000 Bales Alfalfa Hay. In Barn, GOOD. 150 Bales Straw. In Barn. 32 head Black Face Ewes. These are young, big, fleecy Ewes. 1 Young Buck. MISCELLANEOUS 14 x 16 Port. Hog House. 2 in. Floor, GOOD. Water Tanks, etc. Hay Bunks, Feed Bunks. Portable Air Compressor, Post Vise, '* in. Elec. Drill, Set of Bits, Bench Grinder, Wheel Barrow, 22 Cal. Auto. Rifle, Elec. Tank Heater, Plus considerable amount of real good Shop Tools, and items too numerous to mention. The above Machinery and Equip, have all been purchased within the last few years and is in A-1 condition Be sure to attend. TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not Responsible for accidents JENS ANDERSON - ESTATE Iowa State Bank Algona, Clerk EVERY WEDNESDAY WE BUY EWES, BUCKS and NEXT DELIVERY WEDNESDAY AUG. 1 & AUG. 8 LAMBS DELIVERED TUESDAY by 4 p.m. TO BE WEIGHED AT 8 a.m. WEDNESDAY WILL BE MARKED A DOLLAR Hf GHER 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 At Same Quoted Price To Dale Dundas At tkirt. * * * 2 - Our Bid Will Be Broadcast Over Radio Station KLGA, Algona (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. PHQNJ CY 4*2411 .... AIGQNA, IQWA WE ARE RECEIVING CANADIAN FEEDER CATTLE IF INTERESTED CALL US pTsT WE'RE STILL IN THE HOG BUSINESS AS USUAL. DELIVER HOGS AND LAMBS TOGETHER IF YOU WISH. OUR MARKET PREDICTION ON LAMBS: It looks stronger for next week. WE ARE PAYING $21,dO fcQR CtyQICI UMB§, AUG. 1

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