The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 46
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KC'S Humboldf Is 16-12 Winner At Lone Rock . Humboldt upped its lead in the Kossuth County Baseball League to two full games with a 16-12 verdict over Lone Rock at Lone Rock Sunday. Second place Whittemore remained in the race with a convincing 6-1 win over Bancroft; Fort Dodge edged Emmetsburg, 5-4, and Estherville downed Algona, 3-2, in other league games. Lone Rock travels to Emmetsburg; Algona to Whittemore; Fort Dodge to Humboldt; and Estherville to Bancroft in loop contests this Sunday. League Standings W L Humboldt 5 0 Whittemore 3 1 Algona 3 3 Estherville 2 2 Fort Dodge •_•___ 2 2 Lone Rock . 1 3 Emmetsburg 1 3 Bancroft 1 4 Humboldt's win over Lone Rock came in a loosely played game as the winners committed' six errors and the losers 13. Lone Rock outhit the winners, 13-12, with Jones socking a triple for the losers. Each team received the help of eight walks. Cotton pitched for Lone Rock, Monaghan for Humboldt. Estherville led the KCs from the second inning on. A single, an error, a walk and a fielder's ohoice gave the visitors their first tally in the top of the second. A triple, double and single accounted for the other two Es- Iherville runs in the sixth frame. Algona came up with two runs !n the home half of the seventh en a walk to Froehlich, a double by Bernardo, a walk to Winkel and a double by Ashton to make the game cozy, but the losers couldn't' muster the necessary hits in the final two innings to take the win. Ashton and Bernardo were the hitting stars. Ashton got three safeties, Bernardo two, with each getting a double. Sandvig got a pair of hits for the winners, including a double. Froehlich gave up seven hits while taking the loss, while Bonstead and Hall allowed the KCs the same number. The KCs were beaten, 7-2, by Corwith at Corwith in a twilight contest Sunday. It was a non- league contest. The winners picked up five runs in the home half of the fifth and two in the bottom of the eighth" to win easily. Algona's runs came in the top of the ninth on two walks and base hits by Slobe and Godden. Marr got three hits and Yeoman and darken two each for the winners, while Nelson was the top Algona hitter with two hits. Corwith got 11 blows from the offerings of Bristow and Batt, while Algona notched five from the pitching (if darken. Bristow took the loss. Little League Games Algonii little leugue baseball games are on tap each evening, Monday t h r o u & h Wednesday, again next week. TliLMx- will bo games at 0 p.m. at the fairgrounds, Athcletic Park, Lucia Wallace and Maple Park .Monday, at Maple. Park and Athletic Park Tuesday and Wednesday. Four .separate leagues, with boys from seven to 14 competing, are in action each week. WHITTEHORE NINES MEET SUNDAY 6-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, June 27, 1957 Webb Wins Algona Open Title Fort Dodge 3 3 Garner 3 3 Clare •-- 3 3 Pocahonlas 2 4 Gowrie 1 4 Coach Jim Geelan's crew out- hit Clare, 5-2, and each team committed two errors. Bancroft downed Fort Dodge, 4-1, and Pocahontas downed Garner, 5-1, in other league games Sunday. Jack Webb of Spirit Lake, one' of Iowa's top amateur golfers, battled high winds, cold weather and Algona's tough nine-hole golf course to grab the annual Algona Amateur Golf Tournament championship with a three- over par 111 total for 27 holes Saturday. Webb had to be great at the finish of the two-day meet. He found himself three strokes down medal play with only four holes to go late Sunday afternoon. His shots were never better as he wound up with a two under par 34 for the final nine, which was added to his previous rounds of 40 and 37 for the winning total. Dr. Charles Updegraff of Boone was second with a 113 total. Others in the championship flight included Ken Korneisel, Clinton, 116, Dave Everds, Ames, 116, Todd Fisher, Fort Dodge, 116, John Eymann, Forest City, 117, Keith Campbell, Des Moines, 117, Ted Holmes, Boone, 118, George Lee, Humboldt, 120, and Dr. Jim Harris, Algona, 120. An Emmelsburg golfer. Bob Hiller, who finished out . of the running in the third flight, had perhaps the greatest thrill of the tpurney when he knocked in his tee shot on number seven Sunday for a hole-in-one. It was the first hole-in-one on that hole in history and the second such stroke on the local course this year. Flight winners included V. Hughlin, Fort Dodge, 78, first filght; J. Hand, Emmetsburg, 77, second flight; J. Morrow, Emmetsburg, 85, third flight; Sig Fardal, Forest City, 93, fourth flight; and Elmer Langmack, Algona, 94, fifth flight. The largest field in history competed for the titles, with 112 men trying for flight championships. Defending champion was Ey- munn, while another former champion, Fred Gordon of Belmond, who grabbed two titles earlier, was disqualified for shooting the wrong ball on number five while qualifying. Korneisel was medalist with a 7-i Saturday. Frank Kueb, Algona, and Webb were next with 75, then came Dave Everds, 70', Pete Langmack, Algona, 77, Craig .Smith, Algona, Jack Norman, Spirit Lake, Ted Holmes, Boone, and George Lee, Humboldt, Woods, Spencer, 79, and Dr. Updegraff, 80. Low nine-hole total in qualification rounds was a 35 by Smith, Harry Birdsell, Hampton, and Bob U all-events. 30 Women Pin Stars Are State Award Winners Approximately 30 women from this area who bowl weekly in Algona city leagues were recipients of cash awards from the Iowa Woman's Bowling Association due to their efforts in the state women's bowling tournament at Council Bluffs earlier this year. Arlcne Knoll was the top fin-' isher of all. She won the class E singles event with her 462 score and was awarded the winner's medal. She was also third in class E all-events with a 1222 total and teamed with Jackie Laing to take twenty-third in the class D doubles with an 825 pin count. Van's Cafe, with a 2111, was 14th, and Sharp's Jewelry 24th with a 2085 total in the class C team event; Leona Wilhelmi and Norma Bierle were 43rd with an 868 in class C doubles; Irene Hanig and Leona Erpelding rolled 832 for 105th place in class C doubles; Sandra Hudson and Vcra Erpelding wore 56lh with a 790 total in class D doubles. Helen Kirkland and Jeri McKean wore 35th with 951 and Maxine Sweet and Mary Lytle were 41st with 944 in the class B doubles; Jackie Laing was 4th with 557 and Irene Hanig 6th with 544 and Miss Laing fifth in high game with a 213 in class B singles; Bertha Thuente was 37th with 466; Maxine Sweet 49th with 45H; Ruby Murtha with 425 and Mary Mullin with 423 in class C singles. Frances Wiese was 7th with 477; Jackie Sangwin was llth with 4(i4; Margaret Root was 61st with 426; Leona Erpelding was (i8th with 423; and Faye Loebig "Jfllh with 411 in class D singles; Jackie Laing was 6th with 1503 and Irene Hanig 14th with 1477 in class B all-events; Maxine Sweet was tenth with 1363 in class C all-events; and Frances Wiese was 18th with Ili64 in class Jr. Legion Nine Wins 3-2 Tilt Algona's Junior Legion nine went an extra inning to rack up their fourth straight win, a 3-2 decision over Clare at the fairgrounds Sunday afternoon. The win moved the locals in.to second place in the Hawkeye Legion League with'a 4-2 mark. Standings , W L Bancroft 4 0 Algona . , 4 2 500 At Annual Ringsted Co-Op Dinner, June 20 Hingsted — A $},936j402.01 business was reported at the annual meeting of the Ringsted Cooperative Grain and Product Co. last Thursday evening, June 20, at the high school. A ham dinner was served by the ladies of the St. John's Lutheran church. About 500 attended. LJ V. Taylor gave the financial report and answered questions concerning the balance sheet. Fred Blum, Boone, Iowa, has been employed as manager of the Machinery Department by the directors to fill the vacancy due to the resignation of Charles Chambers. He will take over his duties July 1. Charley Chambers expressed thanks and appreciation for the cooperation and fellowship with the directors, fellow workers and members. Election of two directors was held and Mervin Hammer and Joe Oakes were re-elected to serve a term of three years. Bancroft Folks Hospitalization Bancroft — Several folks from here are in hospitals. Mrs Mike Schrandt underwent major surgery at Mercy hospital', Mason City, Thursday. Mrs Henry Grandgenett had major surgery at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, Monday. Phillis Mulligan, daughter of Mrs Paul Mulligan, underwent surgery at Holy Family Hospital, Tuesday. Joseph Helinsky was taken to ] the Veteran's Hospital, Des Moines, Saturday where he will undergo surgery this week. Frank Wilhelmi went through the clinic at Rochester the past week and returned Monday for major surgery. Banns Of Marriage Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday between Thomas Williamson and Kay Ditsworth. Trip To California Mr and Mrs Verne Austin and Grandma Pearson and Mrs Joseph Abdo and three children of Mankato left for a three weeks vacation in California where they will visit Mr and Mr.s Gerald Austin and family, former Doris Pearson. / Mrs John E. Deyine and three children who are visiting' with her parents at Denison, Iowa, came this week for a visit with Mrs Lillian Devine. Ralph (Butchy) Wilhelmi who came Friday for a visit at the H, K. Lampe home and son of Mr and Mrs Francis Wilhelmi of Minneapolis became suddenly ill at the Con Schiltz home Saturday and was taken to the office of Dr. Egan who rushed him to St. Ann hospital. 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