The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 5, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 5, 1965
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12—Algona (In.) Upper Des Moine* Thurjday, August 5, 1965 ru'tun-'! ,il'iv<- .ire ivu, lilt !•' ii|:tit - Sriri i-Yhli .«., Todd Ti Ii, tlu> Kirk ro'A, left D.tvp Lv-v. iiiiin, Hol'bit' Hri.ii. Esrc oo.ichi/s tin the Cubs of the Senior League. Front Mit-.t; Mack, Steve Mueller, Javier Feblns, .uzaiiiu and Carl Klatt. t>i HJ lit, are Russell Bird, Bruce Marshall, Claude, Dean Lowman and Kim Moniker. Cubs. SPORTS Stocks Will Buzz Friday Rain forced cancellation of the weekly program of mollified and hobby stock car races at the fairgrounds Friday night - and sent a large crowd scurrying from the grandstand shortly before 9 p.m. Dwight Cook announced over the P. A. system that another program will be held this Friday, with tickets sold for the rained- out races Friday to be honored Freshman Meyer Tops AHS Stickers With .403 Mark Statistics released this week by Algona high school baseball Coach Keith Christie show third baseman Roger Meyer as the team's leading hitter with 31 hits in 77 at bats for a hefty .403 batting average. Meyer will be a sophomore this fall. Graduated senior Skip Perkins recorded the second highest average with 26 hits in 75 at bats for a .347 performance. Perkins led the team in runs scored with 19, No other Bulldogs surpassed Uie .300 mark. The team, as a whole, averaged .247. Pitching records showed Steve Hardy with the best won-lost record at 6-0, with Larry Scobba close behind at 5-0. Craig Espe was 6-6, but worked almost twice as many innings as the other two. He struck out 131 batters and walked 47. Scobba showed fine control by walking only fi men while striking out 51. Boys winning varsity letters were Skip Perkins (cf), Dan Gilmore (c), Steve Hardy (p), Larry Scobba (If - p), Dale Teeter (ss - Ib), Bill Farnham (Ib), Mark Conn (rf - 2b), Gary Barr (rf), Dave Martin (c), Tom Claude (2b), Craig Espe (p), Roger Meyer (3b - ss), Bob Farnham (3b), and Bill Boldridge (If - rf). Team members will elect their captain for the past year shortly. Bancroft Out Of Legion Tournament Box score: BANCROFT (1) AB H Menke, c 20 Goche, 2b 40 Schneider, cf 20 Clark, If 5 2 Hutchinson, 3b, rf 40 Moore, 3b, p 30 Hatten, Ib 5 0 Meister, ss 30 Vaske, rf, 3b ,,, _2_ _L 30 3 F LITTLE \ ILEAGUES] PEEWEE LEAGUE Colts Astros Athletics Mets Red Sox W 10 5 5 3 1 L 1 3 5 6 9 Monday: Athletics 5, Mets 0 Tuesday: Colts 1, Astros 0 Wednesday: Mets vs. Red Sox Thursday: Athletics vs. Astros Friday: Astros vs. Mets NATIONAL LEAGUE Pirates Dodgers Cardinals Reds Braves Phillies W 6 6 6 3 2 2 John M. Sloan Burial Here On July 31 Services for John M.Sloan,93, •veil known Corwith resident and a Imu; time resident of Hancock County was held on Saturday morning at 9:30 at St. Mary's Chinch, Corwith. Rev. Father Thomas Fi. O'Toole officiated. Interment took place in Calvary Cemetery, Algona. John Maxwell Sloan son of James and Jane Thomson-Sloan was born February 11, 1872, at Dtt-ifjlit, Illinois. His education was received In Livingston County where he grew to manhood. In 1902 Mr. Sloan came to Hancock County and farmed with his brother James near Corwith. In April of 1911 he was united in marriage to Dorothy Ruth Hanlon, daughter of Mr.andMrs. Patrick Hanlon, at Dwight. The couple established their home on the Sloan farm near Corwith. The home was blessed with a son and two daughters, John Maxwell; Mary Virginia and Helen. Mr. Sloan served as a Trustee of Major Township for many years. He was well known as a farmer and raiser of livestock. 2 3 3 5 6 6 The teaiij berth inter- Bane : Bancroft Legion baseball v>as Ixjunced out of the it 1 nn a state tournament b\ Mason City 6-1 in ail .iistnct game- played at , ;; SuiiJay iiifht. M;tb'..!i Cit\ sent the Bancroft Lfci'i'.'i. u- .in to the sidelines. B .i.croll l.x.-aten the Mason CiV. c!i:i.' iliiet- ait of lour fames in Ju; . . lunei jit now has a 23-3 rec ..a"., \\ith t-A-o losses to Mason Cit> ~»i ihe third to F.stherville. hJiicji. ( t l..-> v,on 7 previous state .•liami.-ionshiiis. SunUuv's . ana- «us a little on the wii 1 si k despite Uie iehui\v;> k!. -,;-oiv. When Uie 2 1 2 1. '.u c ..U'it mushed, 30 baM.'Uuuu.-1'i had beuii left straiuli-d oil the sacks, 1G by Bancroft ana 14 by Mason City. The only Bancroft run came in tlit third. Gene Meister walked, Steve Vaskfc singled and Don Meiike advajict-d Ixith runners with a sacrilict. Turn Guche Hied out but Chuck Schneider was fivc'ii an intentional walk to load the Liases -..Hh two down. Dick Clark then singled to left field to score Meister. \\ayiib Huicliinson started on {I.-.: mound for bajicroft and had L. 1-0 lead yoiiifc, into the last of the third Irame. Six Bancroft 1. 1 j oi s helped Mason City collect then runs. Monday: Reds 6, Braves 5 Tuesday: Cards 13, Pirates 3 Wednesday: Braves vs. Phillies Thursday: Reds vs. Cardinals Friday: Pirates vs. Reds AMERICAN LEAGUE Angels White Sox Tigers Twins Orioles Indians W 8 7 5 2 2 1 L 1 1 4 6 6 7 Mr. and Mrs. Sloan retired from the farm (in 1942) to a home in Algona, then in 1955 Mrs. Sloan passed away. Later Mr. Sloan returned to Corwith and established a home with his daughter Helen. Only recently he has been in failing health. July 25th he entered the Hancock County Memorial Hospital, and Wednesday afternoon succumbed. He is survived by his children, Max, Corwith; Mrs. Edwin (Mary V.) Maxson, DeLano, California and Helen Sloan, Corwith. Six nephews, Marvin Sloan, Glen Sloan; Elmer Krauss; George Krauss; Lester Krauss, and George Glawe were pallbearers. | Burt | Mr. and Mrs. Lance Riebhoff spent several days the past week in Des Molnes where they helped their daughter, Lorena, move into the home she recently purchased. St. John's Ladies Aid will meet Aug. 5 with Viola Cunningham, Lois Scheer and Viola Dacken hostesses. Florence Koestler, Geneva Rusher and Marlene Woltz will have the market basket. Kathy Trunkhill, who attends Stuart Hair-Styling School, Sioux City, spent the weekend at the parental Mennet Trunkhill home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener and Mrs. Charlotte Habegar attended church services at Newel Sunday and were guests of Rev.andMrs. Wm. Bohi, former Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen, Cheryl and Ronnie spent several days the past week at the parental G. H. McMullen and Wayne Keith homes. Jack and Ronnie also enjoyed some fishing at Spirit Lake. Members of the W. S. C. S. will meet at the church August 4. Hostesses will be Edna Smith, Jenny Riebhoff, Harriet Black, Alice Cole and Mary Baer. In charge of devotions and program are Esther Hilton, Rochelle Scott and Marie Parsons. Mrs. Delores Franzen and children, Woden, spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and ••••••••••••••••I Mrs. Stanley Black. Valarie Holding, Janet Becker and Kathy Patterson spent the past week at the junior high Presbyterian camp at Okoboji. LeRoy Davis, Roger Shipler, Valgene and Larry Westling,. were among members of the Algona National Guard who left early Saturday morning for two weeks training at Camp Rlpley, Minn. Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies left last week for a two week camping trip to Colorado. On July 26 they attended the exhibit of the famed "Dead Sea Scrolls" on display at Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. LeRoy Davis is staying with Mrs. Dean Benschoter and baby while their husbands are attending Guard Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harms, Brenda and Kirk, Pocahontas, visited with their parents, the Jerry Wieners and Jesse Harms Guests Sunday of Mrs. Art Leason and Lura L. Sewick were Harry Sewick, Ireton and his daughter, Bonnie G. Sewick, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Sewick, Spirit Lake, Mrs. Ada Sewick, Waterjoo, Mrs. Frances Nelson, Jesut, Mrs. N Bpra Turner, Dunfcerton, Mf.andMrs. John Sewick, Mrs. C. M/Gross, 6urt, and her grandson, Stephen Wednesday guests at thejWalter Steward home were Karfftt, Perry and Timmy Steward, Iowa City. Lester Steward and Robert Steward also came from; Cross Lake, Minn, where they had been visiting and spent overnight here. Thursday, the guests and Mrs. Steward left for the Cliff Abbas resort at Cross Lake for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Callahan, their daughter and a grandson of Gaston, Oregon, visited Tuesday at the Walt Steward home. 0 Monday: White Sox 3, Twins Tuesday: Angels 5, Orioles 3 Wednesday: Twins vs. Indians Thursday: White Sox vs. Angels Friday: Orioles vs. White Sox SENIOR LEAGUE Giants Senators Yankees Cubs Whittemore W 8 6 5 4 1 L 2 2 6 G 9 Monday: Senators 9, Yankees 2 Tuesday: Giants 11,Whittemore 5 Wednesday: Senators vs. Cubs Thursday: Yankees vs. Whittemore Friday: Whittemore vs. Senators Mrs. Ada Sewick, Waterloo, Mrs. Frances Nelson, Jesup, and Mrs. Dora Turner, Dunkerton, visited from Thursday until Monday with their cousins, Mrs. Art Leason, Lura and John Sesvick Draft Will Not Affect Local Firms Too Much In a check with various manufacturing firms in Algona concerning new regulations on the draft, it was revealed that our city will not at present be largely affected. Universal employees are for Uie most part above the draft age. Pioneer Hy-Bred Corn Company has none who are eligible for the draft. 0. Burton Harmes, owner of Metronics Incorporated, stated that two of his employees are eligible for the draft. K. Thomas Specht, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Specht, went last Thursday for his physical tests in Des Moines, along with Don Glaser. Don Besch, another employee of Metronics, has already taken his physical examination. None of the men knows when he will be called or in what branch of service he will be entering. One Injured In Pair Of Area Crashes Two mishaps were reported in this area last weekend. Mrs. Mike Mergen, Whittemore, sustained a bump on the head, but was not hospitalized in one of the crashes. She was injured when an auto driven by her husband collided with a semi-truck driven by Fred R. Zwart, 28, Pennock, Minn. The mishap occurred at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, 2 1/2 miles north of St. Joe on highway 169 as the Mergen vehicle pulled on to the highway. Damage to the auto was estimated at $1,000, with damage to Uie truck amounting to $200, according to Patrolman Garret Weiland who investigated. A car driven by Albert Becker, 21, Lakota, hit three cattle owned by Robert Kollasch, Lakota, two miles north and two east of that town at 2 p.m. Friday. Damage to the auto was estimated at $300. The mishap was reported to the sheriff's office here. Legion Picnic LONE ROCK - There will be a picnic for all Lone Hock Legion and Auxiliary members ami their families Sunday, Aug. 8 at noon at the Feuton Park. In case of rain, it will be held at the Legion hall at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding arrived Wednesday for a visit at the home of their children and grandchildren, the Larry Holdings. The elder Holdings have been operating a motel at Palm Springs, Calif. Enroute to Burt they visited her sons and families, the Ladell and Larry Lynn Olsens in Georgia and with other relatives. $ 1,000 PURSE GUARANTEED AT STOCK CAR RACES KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS ALGONA THIS FRIDAY NIGHT AUGUST 6 • .;. • L y t t : iti $150 for winner of modified feature 'j FULL PROGRAM OF MODIFIED AND HOBBY EVENTS WARM-UPS: 8 P.M., RACING TO BEGIN AT 8:30 P. M. ADULTS - ONLY $1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH ADULTS I KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY ALGONA, IOWA VACATION SPECIALS! ©SCW,INC 2 - 1965 CHEVROLET Driver Training Cart 1965 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr., V8, Powerglide, itdan. 1965 CHEVROLET Btl Air 9-passenger Station Wagon, V8, Power- gild* with new rear suspension control. These cars are Real Bargains in Transportation OK USED CARS 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr., V8, Powerglide, radio. 1962 BUICK LeSabre 4-dr. Sedan, automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, radio, white color, very nice. 1961 OLDS 88 4-dr. Sedan, power steering, radio. 1961 FORD Galaxie 4-dr., V8, automatic transmission, radio, top car. 1961 FORD 4-dr. Sedan, 6 cyl., reg. trans., radio. 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr., V8, Powerglide, radio, very clean. 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-dr., V8, reg. trans., radio. 1958 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-dr., V8, Powerglide, radio. USED .TRUCKS 1961 CHEVROLET Vi-ton pickup, long, narrow box, 4-speed transmission. 1961 FORD Econoline Vi-ton pickup, low mileage, very good. 1961 INTERNATIONAL 'A-lorCVd/ro'dfo, overload., near new tlretr [- •]."•• 1959 CHEVROLET !£-ton, long, wide box, 6-cyl., new paint. 1952 CHEVROLET 2-ton LWB, 825 x 20 tires, 2-speed axle. This is a clean truck and. will go out and do a job. UTH MOTORS CHEVROLET TEL 295-3554 AIGONA.IOWA (•••••••••••••••I y "v ~^ "^ ^ ^ ^ » ^ COMPLETE STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE! ;OUR ENTIRE INVENTORY MUST BE SOLD BEFORE WE REMODEL DIAMONDS \\u/// WATCHES SILVERWARE CHINA JEWELRY BILLFOLDS 1 - Man's Diamond WEDDING BAND __ - reg. $65.00 NOW $32.50 1 - Ladies' Diamond RING SET - was $47.50 NOW $27.50 Ladies' 7 Diamond WEDDING RING reg. $95.00 NOW $48.88 1 - Ladies' Diamond WEDDING RING -, reg. $125.00 NOW $69,95 Ladies' WEDDING RINGS '- from $ 4 -95 Eastern Star RINGS on Sale — - frpm $14,88 MEN'S MASONIC RING /AS $39.95 NOW $19.» MAN'S WRIST WATCH WAS $59.95 NOW $29 WATCH BANDS From 51.60 Inr Ladies' Birthstone Rings from $3,95 MEN'S WATCHES * ON SALE * From $7,95 LADIES' WATCHES From 59.95 OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS ON SALE - COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA

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