The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 15, 1965 · Page 5
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LITTLE Bears Remain Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Maine* Tuesday, June IS, 196S ILEAGUES! UnbealenWifh Student Pilot Has Close Call ^mmmrMmm*m.A LI Mitt AfU in f**ll*tllfllAAl I AllfflSnfV II Peewee League June 15 - Athletics vs. Red Sox June 16 - Colts vs. Athletics June 17 - Red Sox vs. Astros June 21 - Athletics vs. Mets national League June 15 - Dodgers vs. Phillies June 16 - Reds vs. Pirates June 17 - Cardinals vs. Braves June 21 - Pirates vs. Dodgers American League^ June 15 - Tigers vs. Indians June 16 - White Sox vs. Orioles June 17 - Angels vs. Twins June 21 - Orioles vs. Tigers Senior League June 15 - Yankees vs. Cubs June 16 - Giants vs. Yankees June 17 - Cubs vs. Whittemore June 21 - Senators vs. Yankees GIRLS SOFTBALL Novice League June 15 - Jajfe vs. Orioles June 16 - Canaries vs. Jays June 17 - Redbirds vs. Orioles June 21 - Orioles vs. Canaries Junior League June 15 - Hawks vs. Lions June 16 - Colts vs. Gophers June 17 - Bears vs. Hawks June 21 - Gophers vs. Lions Senior League June 15 - Jets vs. Astronauts June 16 - Bombers vsi Jets June 17 - Rockets vs. Astronauts June 21 - Astronauts vs. Bombers Bulldogs Drop 8-7 Decision At Hampton Algona lost a tough 8-7 decision to North Central Conference foe Hampton Friday. The loss evens the Bulldog's conference mark at 1-1 and lowers the season mark to 2-2. Algona jumped off to a quick 3-0 lead in the first inning when Mark Conn walked, Skip Perkins singled and Roger Meyer cleared the bases with a home run. Steve Hardy started on the hill for the Bulldogs, but developed arm trouble in the second inning. Craig Espe relieved Hardy. Hampton managed three hits and four runs in the first two frames to take a 4-3 lead. Conn tied the count at 4 in the third as he scored on a passed ball after singling and advancing to third on Meyer's second hit. The Bulldogs took the lead again by scoring three runs in the fifth on singles by Perkins, Meyer, Bob Farnham and Bill Farnham. Hampton rallied for one run in the sixth and two in the all- important seventh on two singles 6-2 Victory Algona Claude Conn Perkins Meyer. Hardy Bob Farnham Barr BUI Farnham Teeter Espe AB R 3 0 3 2 4 2 4 2 1 0 3 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 30 7 H 0 1 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 9 AB 3 3 4 4 4 2 4 3 3 30 R 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 H 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 7 Garrigan registered its third win of the summer season against no defeats Friday at Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, 6-2. Lou Bleich held the Gaels in check as he scattered five hits. Meanwhile, the Bears rapped seven hits, including three each by Dick Salz and Bill Reding. Bill Hall made two fine catches in right field to save runs. Garrigan scored one run in the first inning, two each in the fourth and fifth and one in the seventh. The St. Edmond scores came in the third and seventh innings. Garrigan Long Becker Salz Reding Bleich Geilenfeld J. Becker Muller Hall Bancroft In Tie For Top, County Baseball Loop Bancroft and Arnolds Park took over a tie for first place in the Kossuth County baseball league, as a result of Sunday's games. Arnold's Park downed St. Benedict, 7-2; Bancroft defeated Swea City, 7-1; and St. Joe blanked Eagle Grove, 9-0. League standings: W L Arnold's Park 2 0 Bancroft 2 0 St. Joe 1 1 St. Benedict 0 1 Eagle Grove 0 1 Swea City 0 2 Games next Sunday will find Bancroft at Arnold's Park in a contest which will break the first-place tie, St. Joe at St. Benedict in a game of traditional rivals, and Swea City at Eagle Grove. Algona Woman Hurt Slightly, 2-Car Mishap An Algona lady, Em McConnell, 85, sustained a cut lip when autos driven by Jean L. Metzen, 51, and Glen W. Tschetter, 17, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of McGregor and Harlan streets here Wednesday, June 9, at 7:18 p.m. Tschetter was charged with failing to enter safely by police who investigated and estimated damage to the vehicles at $600. The Metzen auto was headed east and the Tschetter auto was headed south at the time, New Lounge At Van Restaurant Harold Van Allen, owner of Van's Restaurant, has announced that his new Hideaway Lounge would be open for business tonight, Tuesday, A portion of the restaurant has been remodeled for the lounge and will feature entrances directly from the outside or from the restaurant itself, Bob Watson was in charge of decorating the lounge, In Cartwheel Landing Here A student pilot from Fairmont, Minn., John Kemna, 20, was able to walk away from the wreckage of a Piper Cub airplane, last Thursday morning at 10:15 a.m., after his plane cartwheeled into a pile of concrete flooring and other debris at the Algona airport. He is an employee of North Central Airlines, and a son of Mrs. John Kemna of Bancroft. Kemna was on a solo flight, cross country, and was preparing to land. He came in from the northwest. There was a northeast breeze. The plane touched down and bounced, at which time the breeze caught his left wingtip and veered him off the runway. On the second touchdown the plane cartwheeled some 800 feet into the debris, south of the runway, and came to rest as shown in the Upper Des Moines photo. A Federal Aviation Administration check was made after the mishap. Faris Miner, a local pilot, working in a hangar, happened to be watching as the plane came down and cartwheeled, and he and Wayne Johnson, airport manager, rushed to the wrecked plane and helped Kemna out, shaken up, but not injured. Algona Woman's Brother Dies Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wildin were called to Emmetsburg, Tuesday, due to the illness of John Duis, a brother of Mrs. Wildin. Mr. Duis passed away Friday, June 11. Funeral services were to be held at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Emmetsburg, pending the arrival of a brother stationed with the Navy in San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Wolf Of Bancroft Is Heart Victim Mrs. George Wolf, 72, lifelong Bancroft resident, died Thursday afternoon at Holy Family Hospital at Estherville of a heart -ailment. She was hospitalized May 7. The former Lena Rike was born January 29, 1893 at Burt. Oct. 13,1915 she married George Wolf at Bancroft and they farmed in the Bancroft area until retiring to Bancroft in 1954. Mrs. Wolf was a member of St. John's Altar Society In Bancroft. Funeral services were held Monday. Burial was at St. John's Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were in the charge of Garry Funeral Home. Mrs. Wolf is survived by her husband, eight children, four brothers and four sisters. The children are Homer, Virgil and George C. of Bancroft; Mrs. Louise Robbins and Mrs. Gerald Le Hue of Alameda, Calif. Mrs, Robert Foth of Osage, Mrs, Robert Hines of Roanoke, 111., and Mrs. Duane Smith of Marshalltown. Also surviving are 36 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Brothers and sisters are William Rike of Woden, Forrest Rike of Rush City, Minn,, DelbertRike of Pine City, Minn., Glen Rike of Algona, Mrs, Norman Ward of Pine City, Minn., Mrs. Ernest Hansen of Titonka, Mrs. Carl Stoll of Cedar Falls and Mrs, August Rosenthal of Fairmont. ATTENTION FARMERS WEED CHEMICALS We have on hand several types of 2-4-D and other weed chemicals. Buy from your own Co-op elevator. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn ___ «" 1.18 out 1.22 No. 2 Whit* Oats (38 Ibs.) -- in 70e out 74c No. 1 Soybeans 2.72 i COOP. ELECTOR HOBARTON BRANCH BVEN CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance cp-pp gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele, 295-5614 295-7021

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