The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 10
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Algeria (la.) Upper Dei Molnftt Thurtdoy, Augutt 26, St. Benedict Wins Kossuth League Title From Bancroft St. Benedict downed Bancroft 4 to 1, to win the Kossuth Baseball League title, Sunday, at St. Benedict. The team is pictured here, as follows: Front row - Kenneth Arndorfer, Dwlght Carman, Oscar Froehlich, Bill Rahm, Chuck Heinen and Coach Francis Froeh- lich. Back row - Don Besch, Lee Froehlich, Jim Elsenbacher, LeRoy Helnen, Dick Heinen, Larry Helmers and Bernard Plemel. It was a sweet victory, in that Bancroft's usual reign came to an end, until next summer, at least. St. Benedict wound up with a 8-4 season. Bill Rahm hurled for the vic- tors, with LeRoy Heinen behind the plate. The victors had eight hits. Gary Johnson hurled for Bancroft and Bill Menke caught. Bancroft came up with five hits. Rahm, the St. Benedict hurler, also proved that pitchers can belt the ball. He got three hits and drove in three runs. 10 Bulldog Lettermen Head Football Coach Jim Hershberger, right, and Assistant Keith Christie, left, put the Algona Bulldogs through their paces at the opening drills here Friday morning and afternoon. Before the afternoon session, they got together with the 10 letter winners for the photo above. Lettermen, left to right, are Tom Samp, Dale Teeter, Larry Scobba, Tom Fitzpatrick, Dave Martin, Bill Farnham, Glenn Tschetter, Bob Bradford, Mark Conn and Gary Barr. All are seniors this year. Scobba, Fitzpatrick,Martin, Tschetter and Conn are backs, while the others are Hnflmpq. Basically, the Bulldogs had four days, starting Friday, in which to concentrate on conditioning drills, with work in heavy equipment, pads, etc., slated to get underway today CTuesday). Coach Hershberger will attempt to build another winning combination around the nucleus of players shown here in time for the opener against Emmetsburg here Sept. 10, and for the seven games that follow this fall. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Annual Algona Golf Tourney Slated Sunday Tee-off time for the Algona Amateur Golf Tournament will be 6:30 a. m. Sunday at the Country Club, Approximately 128 entries have been made for the 27-hole meet. General chairman of the event is Charles Sheakley, who is being assisted by Chalmar Read, in charge of entries. On the committee are Gene Zender, Dean When non-contact football drills began at Garrigan high school here Friday, Aug. 24, Coach Beanie Cooper greeted a total of 10 of his 11 lettermen - and the picture above was taken of the group. Shown with Coach Cooper, left, are, left to right, BUI Milder, back, Joe Ringsdorf, lineman, Dick Bleich, back, Don Potthoff, end, Chuck Geilenfeld, back, Dick Muller, lineman, Larry Vigdal, lineman, Tom Wagner, back, Paul Kollasch, lineman, and Bill Reding, back. Missing were John Schneider, who is on the squad, and Bob Lucey, who is out for the season with a hernia. Both were linemen. Of the group,'Muller, Wagner £id Reding axe juniors, the remainder seniors. There are 54 varsity candidates and 30 freshmen out for football at Garrigan this fall. The sign hanging on the stands behind the lettermen says "Cooper's Slave Pit - GHS". The bears will open their season Sept. 10 with a trip to Estherville and have an eight game schedule. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Cooper Greets 10 Lettermen, GHS Kinsman and Miles Slonlker. Expected to participate among others are Jerry Heln?, of Waterloo, previous title-holder; Bruce Osmunsen of Thompson; Keith Campbell of Sheldon; George Lee of Humtoldt, 1964 medalist; and John Eyeman of Forest City. Weather Holds Fit. Breakfast Crowd To 926 Weather hampered attendance at the Flight Breakfast here Sunday. About 50 planes, with approximately 176 persons, visited the port from out-of- town. Drive-ins totaled about 750 people. Prizes wore awarded to Gordon Skarpness of Thompson as the first plane to arrive. Youngest pilot to visit was MarkHaug- laiid of Lake Mills and the eldest pilot was Maurice Bartholomew ofIrvlngton. Sponsors of the breakfast were the Kossuth Flying Club, who were assisted by the Chamber of Commerce, in charge of registering out-of-town planes, and the Junior Chamber of Commerce, who handled the cooking and serving of the meal. girl, 7 Ibs., 4 oz.; admitted: Peter Mertz, Ottosen, medical; dismissed: Sam Shipler, Whittemore. August 23 - Dismissed: Mrs. Frances Loss, Algona, SENECA SENECA - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilberg accompanied by Martin Wilberg of Fenton drove to Minneapolis last weekend where they joined other members of the Wilberg family at Lake Harriet for a family picnic. The gathering was a farewell courtesy for the Donald Wilbergs who will be leaving soon for Tennessee. Donald is in the navy and is being transferred there for specialized training. Senecans attending the wedding of Judy Bratrud and Rodney 01 sen of Fairmont at Ringsted included Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halver- son, Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club members, leaders and wives and other parents recently spent a day at Minneapolis on a sight-seeing, trip. Enjoying the outing in addition to the members were,Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bcrgum, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen». HOSPITAL NEWS August 17 - Admitted: Glenn Buchanan, CatherlneDetrick, Algona, medical; dismissed: Walter Steward, Burt; Terry Simons, Whlttemore; Elizabeth Walsh, Sacramento, Cal. August 18 - Admitted; Martha Collins, Livermore, medical; Sara Lee Geelan, Algona, T & Aj Mary Muller, Whlttemore, T & A; Mrs. Veda Doyle, Bancroft, surgery; dismissed: Glenn Buchanan, Catherine Detrlck, Algona; Larry Kirsch, Whlttemore. August 19 - Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Holtzbauer and baby, Algona; Mrs. Martha Collins, Livermore; Bernard Thllges, Rodman. August 20 - Admitted: Sam Shipler, Whlttemore, medical; dismissed: Harry J. Thllges, Irvlngton; Sara Geelan, Algona; Mary Muller, Whittemore. August 21 - Admitted: Paul Elbert, LuVerne, medical; Kathleen Blair, West Bend, accident; Leslie Banwart, West Bend, accident. August 22 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCleish, Bancroft, SHEAKLEYS - - - presents - - The Jags SAT., AUG. 28 8 - 12 P.M. ALGONA COUNTRY CLUB Admission $1.25 * REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES * AT OUR STORE THURS. - FRI. - SAT. SHEAKLEYS Fashions for Women & Children ALGONA " ' ; v^y +Jl New thrills and fun at Minnesota STATE FAIR 330-FT. SPACE TOWER Ride skyward in revolving gondola and thrill to a view of the cities never seen before! Huge new DANCE PAVILION In the Teen Age Fair The "Fair Within the Fair," exclusively for teenagers. Continuous action, day and night, with 50 pop-rock bands battling for winners' awards. Fashion and beauty shows. Karate and custom caro, Hootenanny, Miss Teen contests, 'cycle shows, the works! Adjoins the Midway Opens Friday. August 27 SO MUCH to see and enjoy! Boyal Canadian Mounted Police present famed Muiical Ride, daily in Horse Shows. Speedway and Stock Car Races to thrill you with record- breaking speed on the Fair's paved track, every day. Brilliant Stage Shows every night in the Grandstand—nation a top entertainers plus full bill ol stage acts, and FIREWORKS! Horse Shows. Stock and Poultry Shows, all ten days—Americas foremost agricultural Fair New Education Building — dozens of exciting exhibits, and 600-scat auditorium RESERVED TICKETS: Night Shows: *2 <nd $2.50 Hons Shorn: $1.50indS2 Auto RICH: $2.50 ind $3 on Sab. Suns., $3 ind $3.50 on Libor Day All other days $2 and $2.50. ON SALE: Minneapolis Dayton'i and Downtown Ticket Offlct. St. Paul, Dayton's and Fleld-Schllck. Fairgrounds, sand check or M.O. to Minnesota Stata Fair, Dapt. A, St. Paul 55108. 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