The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 12
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t-Algonct (la.) Upper Des Momes TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 Thrilling Finish Gives Stacoy Redmond, top-flight driver from Sheffield, came on with a rush wilh about a lap lo go and grabbed the feature during sc-ni modified stock r:\rs ;il (he fairgrounds before n larfi" crowd lvr» Fridny niphl. KHmoml passe ! (imp SrlKillsrhnrMrr. A I ;,' n n ;• \vtlO li'd mo.sf of l!if \v;>y ;>'u| !nn|-. first innr \- ,.. i, •] |;i , ,i,> ; -i. _h Tii !•<• \< i;l ) -•- !•••> ;••• r- ••! '.< rarcs l,.i, j'ri.i.n ;ir.;:il, c!ii" f-i the fuel work nurt Id- ilo-i- n! (lie fiiifBronn.Is i;i piT|i:ir,i(i.Mi for thr I'nuniy F;iir, An;. P- 17. Tlir next «!;it> of slrc'k r,-ir r.'iccs is lliiirsHav iti^h'. Ail!,'. I'i. at tin- K:iir. follow-"! liv miduoi ;ur,o nici-s the fol- lo\vhi!< ni^lil. Frifl,iy's races fcniu'T'l th.e I ir: ( s! Hold of car; in IV' pas! !••.•<• yc n — a lol.il of ?! ra" 'i \i Iri.ils, \vi!li Li's \\'i!>!.:i. A! '..•••••' edging into the top sp r :t vi'.h his ; pood :20.1:] timing. ! The finalo u-as a (hr-illrr — HT' it wasn'l aionc. IV 'Ctjcaily P'.T". heal provided plenty of SMO'! r]ri\ : ing and n:irro\v s'jiieaks before the ; checkered flag dropped. j Practically all of the top poin' winners during the season were in the feature — the notable exeep- I lion being Wildin. top man. uho- o j car was serntcheii before ihe race i Baker, Clarion, Kluse and Tokle while thirds were picked up b> Redmond (2). Burns (2i, William nnd dene Brower. Snnborn. Sehallsehncider gi'abbed first in Ihe 2()-lap feature, first in a 10- lap heat race and second in the 12-lap handicap at Clarion Sunday ivjhl. W'il'lin look first in the 15- I 1 '!' ••< mi-main. listed are inclusive): Squirrel, Sept. 15 - Dec. 14; rabbit, Sept. 15, - Feb. 3, 1903; raccoon, 12 noon Oct. 13, 1962 • midnight Feb. 28, 1963; deer — (Shot gun) Dec. 15 - 17, (Bow) Oct. 13 Dee. 2. Trapping — mink, Noon Nov. 10 Midnight Dec. 9; muskrat, badger beaver, raccoon, opossum, civet and skunk, all, noon Nov. 10, midnight Feb. 28, 1963. Trapping on state and federal areas will remain by permit only. The (rapping season on these areas will open Nov. 10 or the day after the close of the duck sen son, depending on which is the alter, and will close midnight. Feb. :::i. Gene Fechter Will Drive A Midget Here began. Burl Peterson. Al'/'in;!. s| :i rr-.' outside in Ihe front row, tnck ilv 1 lead early, but lost i! In Sch.i 1 ! Schneider at the start of the fourth lap, jusl before a i)ile-up result' •' in damage to three cars atirl cille-l for a re-start. The erasli occurred as the c-ir- came out of the northwest turn into the straightaway in front of the grandstand when Willie N'us? flipped over and was nicked by cars driven by Dale Wilhite. Mason City, and Bill Williams. Estherville. Kluse. from Clarion. , escaped injury, although the car was damaged extensively. The side was tnrn off the ear driven by Wilhite and owned by Duane Arend. Algona, but it slaved in the race. A total of five vehicles were out when the restart got action underway again. Schattschneicler quickly pained the lead and built a good margin as Redmond and Ivan Tokle. Milford, fenced tor second. Kinlmond pot his chance to gun down Gt"v when Table's auto threw a rei.r wheel and he shot off the east side of the track. It didn't take Redmond too Jong to close the gap on Schattschneider and he squirted into first when he got a chance tr hang Gene up behind two other cars, including Peter-en. Otl'.er fir<ts durmu the niuhi \unt to Tokle. Wildn. liich Ci'-'-i-n Belmond. I)ar\l Burns. K ville, urnl Leo <"nn-t:'i> *en. Kend who whceii-il h,- ci_:l The teams wound up the IDfi' se;i-;on during Ihe past week, with co-i'ham;jions in two loops and t Ui;ie eh.irnpion in the Ihirl Here ;.te the results of games played National League — Hods 2 Bi\i\es 1: Cubs 5, Cardinals 5 •tii •; Phillies 5, Reds :i: Dodgei s I. (iiants 0: and Braves I. Piralt-. 0. American League — Red Sox 1 Yankees 0: White Sox 5. Orioles fi itiei; Tigers 10. Orioles 2 Yankees in. Twins in: and Indians 7. Twins ii. Senior League — Colts 12, Angels lii; Athletics 12. Senators 5 i .Senator's 11. 7. Colts 3; Cubs Cardinal.^ Reds . . Phillies Pirates . Braves . 'Dodgers Giants . Angels K: Athletic- Angels 1 AMERICAN \V Yankees . Tigers Indians .. Twins . .. Red Sox . White Sox Orioles ... Colts . Athlctk.-i Angels ....4 . . 4 2 . . 0 SKMOK \\' ... 13 5 3 L 1 1 4 4 6 4 7 L 1 n T 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 able from Conservation Officers and County Recorders in mid- August. No forms will be accepted at the Des Moines office uiiti Aug. 30. Forms Will be accepted from August 30, 8 a.m. until Sept. 14, 4:30 p.m. Each application has space for five applicants thus allowing parlies to apply together. Coach Returns Jim Hershberger, Algona high school football coach, his wife and infant son, recently moved-back to Algona from Arizona where Jim had been stationed in the army since last fall. He is now making preparations for the opening football practice of the 1962 season Aug. 24. Go-Kart Races Two Algona men, Dwight Cook. who won two races, and Elmer Cook, who won one, topped go-kart races at the track at the Algeria airport Sunday afternoon. It was the first race program of the season here, and it is planned to hold them every other Sunday. County League Game St. Joe will meet West Bend at Garrigan Field here tonight, Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 8 p.m. in a Kos- stith County Baseball League game. •BURT By Mrs. Al Hinckley Mrs George Koestler, Mrs Rudy Willrett, Mrs Eugene Meyer and Mrs Henry Schroeder attended the L.W.M.L. district convention held at Okoboji this past week. Mrs Koestler attended as a delegate from St. John's Ladies Aid. Mrs Willrett was alternate delegate. Mrs Meyer, aid president, served on the election committee. Mrs Gertie 'Bartlettj Mrs Ralph Bierstedt, Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and Mrs Wm. Scheer attended Thursday sessions and also attended the banquet oh Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham are enjoying a week's vacation in northern Minnesota and Canada. Mrs Esther Sorenson, Mrs Helen Johnson, Anna Bierstedt, Alice Anderson and Hattie Hulterstrum were guests at a coffee party at the home of Mrs Dick O'Donnell Friday. Mrs Doris Larson and children. Mrs Helen Johnson and Mrs Mike Baer helped Mrs Jim Gade, Algona, observe her birthday anniversary Friday evening. Mrs Art Vaudt and grandson David Vaudt and Mrs Harry Rutz, Livermore, spent Friday afternoon With the Al Hincldeys. Mrs Doris Larson and Verlyn, Dean and Jayne visited over the weekend with the Andy Nauman family at Augusta, Wis. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher Mrs Helen Rasmuson of Bishop, Calif, is recuperating at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Raymond Rasmuson, after being hospitalized for a few days. She is a fornv er resident here. The Wacousta Do-R-Best girls 4-H club held their Achievement day Monday evening at the Commercial club. Ruth and Sara Usher gave a demonstration, Jo Ellen Meyer played a piano solo and the girls sang several songs, accompanied by Ruth Usher. The judges were Mrs Lenhard Holdert, Mrs Roy Telford and Mrs Howard Hellickson. Mrs Mike Coylc, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie and Katherine Brandhoij of Bradgate attended a sale at Havelock Friday. Gene Fechter Gene Fechter, always one of the top midget drivers in the Northwest Midget Auto Racing Association, will be here behind the wheel of car no. 42 when the midgets take over the Kossuth County Fair track the night of Aug. 17. Feehter is only one of 39 topflight drivers who will be battling for a purse totaling $1,200. Hunting Seasons Set To Begin On Sept. 15 .ilvr \\r , spec ud In \ iclor. main e\cnt. in th s,n hunting and trapping sea- i th" ciiminR .season have ni nl by the State Con- •itnnii^iion. Only Pheri- .;>:i. in purtridge. quail, "'•u remain to be set. - ii;. proved by the Com.' ;•- follows i all dates Deer Licenses Will Be Sold On Aug* 30 -. In order to make the allocation of deer licenses to Iowa sportsmen as fair as possible, the State Conservation Commission is announcing a new plan for the application and allocation of deer licenses for the coming shotgun season. This year post-marks will have no bearing on the success of the license applicant; the successful applicant will be picked by the machines at the Date Processing Center at the Iowa Statehouse. Application forms will be avail- AT THIS TIME OF YEAR THE SPOTLIGHT IS ON SEVERAL LASTING, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS FOR THE YOUTH OF OUR COUNTRY. A PROGRAM MADE SUCCESSFUL THROUGH THE CONTINUED EFFORTS OF EACH MEMBER AND ESPECIALLY THEIR TIRELESS LEADERS. WE WHOLEHEARTEDLY ENDORSE THIS FAIR AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING ALL ITS SPLENDOR NEXT TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, AND FRIDAY. CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO ALL 4-H & FFA MEMBERS CHECK OUR SPECIAL SUMMER FUEL OIL PRICES FOR FALL DELIVERY TO FARM AND HOME. MR and MRS. £. B. CARLSON G OIL PANY We Give- King Corn or Gold Bond Stamps ALGONA, IOWA 4 BIG DAYS 4 BIG Nights Tuesday thru Friday, Aug. 14 -15 -16 -17 KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AUTO THRILL SHOW WILD ANIMAL SHOW STOCK CAR RACES MIDGET AUTO RACES at the Fairgrounds in Algona, Iowa GATES OPEN AT 7 A.M. DAILY GRAND AMERICAN SHOWS ON MIDWAY FOUR DAYS | FREE GRANDSTAND FOR AFTERNOON PROGRAMS SPECIAL ATTRACTION GENE HOLTERS WILD ANIMAL SHOW! featuring 60 wild animals - PLUS - OSTRICH & CAMEL RACES These animals appeared in 'Swiss Family Robinson' Movie 8:00 p.m AUG. 15 IN FRONT OF GRANDSTAND PROGRAM OP THE FAIR Tuesday, August 14, CHILDREN'S DAY, (Special Prices for children) 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 8:00 A.M.—Judging of Purebred Swine. 9:00 A.M.—Judging of floral hall exhibits, and 4-H 9:00 A.M.—Judging of 4-H colts, and open class colts 8:30 A.M.—Judging of Dairy Class. Girls exhibit. and horses. 2:00 P.M.—AUTO THRILL SHOW. 8:00 P.M.-AUTO THRILL SHOW. Wednesday, August 15: 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 8:00 A.M.—Judging of purebred beef heifers and Girls 4-H exhibits. 8:.'!0 A.M.—Judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. 9:00 A.M.—Judging of beef, poultry and rabbits. 2:00 P.M.—Go Kart races. Free grandstand. 8:00 P.M.-GENE HOLTERS WILD ANIMAL SHOW. Thursday, August 16: 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 8:00 A.M.—Judging of market lambs followed by purebred sheep. 8:30 A.M.—Judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. 1:00 P.M.—Judging of market swine. 2:00 P.M.—Tractor-pulling Contest. Free grandstand. 8:00 P.M.—STOCK CAR RACES (Kossuth Coltnty Fair Championship races). Friday, August 17: 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 8:00 A.M.—Sale of sheep and swine. 8:30 A.M.—Sale of baby beef. 10:00 A.M.—Tractor rodeo and small motor show. Free grandstand. 8:00 P.M.—MIDGET AUTO HACES .by Northwest Midgets, Inc. BOB SMITH'S AUTO THRILL SHOW Headlines JIMMY MARTIN famous movie stuntman — PLUS — Em-rett Kelly, Jr. son of the world famous clown. MIDWAY THAN EVER BEFORE! FUN FOR EVERYONE! BRING THE FAMILY! STARTS TUES. AUG. 14

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