The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1960 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 26, 1960
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(te.) Upp«t tU* Melnt> ^ Tu*«dtty, July Aft, I960 Floyd Gabelt Swea Area Now College Coach 8w*a. Eagle — Floyd Martin Oabel, son of Mr and Mrs Martin Gabel, has been appointed assistant professor of physical education and basketball coach at Central College, Fayette, Mo. Floyd, a 1943 graduate of Swea City high school, has been athletic director and coach at Canton high school, Canton, Mo., for the past six years and served in the same position at St. Genevieve, Mo. high school for one year before that. He received his bachelor's degree from Washington University at St. Louis in 1953 and his master's degree from the University of Missouri in 1958. Before attending Washington University, he was at Estherville Junior College. Floyd has been visiting his parents, with his wife and children,' and plans to move to Fayette in August in time for the fall semester at Central College. WSCS Meets Aug. 3 in the MiHhodist church witih Mcsdames OtAo Henderson, Paiul Erdman. Dwight Bruns and Wm. Mart- erie.k. The lesson will be given by Cora Smith. Plans \vvere m'ade for t»be annual chicken* .supper to be he'Jd September 15. _~^_^— \ Guild Plans Dinner St. Josephs Guild met Wednesday evening with circle ff serving the lunch. Plans were discussed for the lurkey dinner which is lo be served Sept. 25. Circle 3 cleaned the 1 church Tuesday afternoon. ..July 26 Marriage Banns Banns of marriage were published in £'. Josephs Catholic church Sunday for Grace Goetz, daughter of Mr and Mrs IL,eo Goetz and John DeLahder ot Kimball, Minn. They will be married here August 6. She is employed in a secretarial capacity in the University hospital, St. Paul, T.Iinn. Receive Awards At the regular July Meeting of the VFW Auxiliary, Mrs' Russell Strayer and Mrs Kenneth Brones received guards for their officer pins after serving (firee years as treasurer and secretary. Memoriums were sent to tiie cancer fund for Mrs Stanle.v Sherman, mother of Mrs R. Thomas Barnes; to the heart fund for Gavin kittleson, brother of Mrs Norine iJanielson; and to the heart fund for Everett. Lester, husband of Mrs Mae Lester. On the serving committee were Mrs Robert Sigsbee, Mrs Harold Fischer 'and Mrs Don Forshee. On the entertainment committee were Mrs R. Thomas Barnes and Mrs Earl Kvamsctale. Alfred Farland and son Lowell entertained Mr and Mrs Russell Strayer and family, Mr and Mrs Wendell Ditsworth and family and Mr and Mrs Johnie Tobin and family at his place on Tuttle Lake. Reid Farland, son of Al Farland, has enjoyed two weeks with his aunt, uncle and cousin, Mr and Mrs Lester Schmidt and David at Sherburn, Minn. Enjoying a picnic at the George- Wallentine home near East Chain Sunday were Mr and Mrs Ole Roalson, Mr and Mrs Harm Drew and family of Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs Wallace Dawson and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Roalson and family and Mr arid Mrs Clayton Roalson and sons of Fairmont. Tuesday evening supper guests at the Orville Thoreson home were Mr and Mrs H. C. Johnson, . Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson and family, Carl Lofstrom, Lucy Menz of Ledyard, Mr and Mrs P. A. Holcomb, Mr and Mrs Harvey C. Larsen, Mr and Mrs Otto Larsen, Mr and Mrs Rueben Holcomb nnd family. Dale Farland, son of Mr Alfred Farland of Swea City, visited- the Iowa State University campus last week to participate in the College of Engineering summer orientation program. Enlists In Navy Gary Miner, who enlisted in the navy left Tuesday for San Diego, Cal. for recruit t mining. Return From Trip Mr and Mrs N. F. Wober returned home Wednesday from a few days visit in the home of their daughter nnd family, the Calvin Meineckes at Jerfferson. They attended a McElroy family reunion at Afton, also. Hold Housewarming A group of friends staged a surprise house-warming for Mr and Mrs Charles Mullin in their new home in Britt Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Cliff Anfinson had as their houseguests several da.vs last week his niece and family, Mr and Mrs Charles Brof- fmari, Paulelte, Lisa and Rickie of Fresno, Cal. The Wm. Hrubes family was July 17 dinner guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan. Prairie Pals 4-H girls.will hold their Achievement Day in the Methodist church parlors Wednesday afternoon July 27 at 2 a.m. There will be a tea, cookie sale and style shop. SN tht Chivy Mystery Show In color Sundays, NBC-TVt Mrs R. E. Nwbrouph, Dinnr and Karl.n spent, several da.vs with the Rich ReilinK family, who were vacationing in a cot- tf\K? t at Clear Lake, last week. Donna Bleich, who is life guard and .swimming insiruclor at the swimming pool, vacationed last week with Cedar Falls classmates at DCS Moint s and at sev- eiiil other places. The CDA's will meet Wednesday evening July 27 with pot hick at. (i:30. The itlason City Court has been invited as guests. Mr and Mrs Jack Zerbe o! Augusta. Kansas, former W-?s- Icyans. wen- callers July 17 at (he home of their cous'ins. the Will Hauptlys. They were accompanied by Mrs Zerbe's parents, the John Seemans of Algona. Thekla Aman. daughter of the late Mr and Mrs George Aman of Sexton, now of Oakland. Cal. called on her cousins, the Will Hauptlys. Frank Bleichs. Jack Kutcharas and other relatives and friends last week. Visitors in the August Garman home Tuesday were Rev. Joseph Maylan S. P. Tortola British Virginia Island, Mrs Mae Regan, Jefferson, Mrs John Caroher'. Bayard, and Mrs Arthur Boy Ian' Their sister, Sister Caneisia Is a companion for the Garman daughter (Ruth) Sister Gratian during their several weeks vacation here. Michael. Larry and Steve, sons of Mr and Mrs Elry Loebig of Ames, spent last week here with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig. Mrs Nick Eden of West Union spent several clays last week with relatives here and at Garner. John Bouer was honored on his birthday July 17 by a family party in his home. Guests were thr George Wellioks of Brift, Win. Hrubi'S and Bill Bauers and their families. Mr.f Edith Carlson Wells of Clinton and Mis Kate Hanson visited Mrs Fred Seefeld July 18. Both women are former Wesleyans. Mrs Wells is a sister of Harold and Margaret Carlson and has taught school in Clinton for the past 16 years. Marlene and Shcryll Harr returned home recently "from a 6 wiek vacation with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Albert Girard of Bagley. Marilyn Harr ant^ ner mother, Mrs Maurine Harr accompanied Harlan Leininger and his mother, Mrs Arcla Leininger of Whittemore, recently visited the John Leininger family at Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs Dennis Wehrspan and infant daughter of Whittemore spent Wednesday in the parental Mrs Maurine Han.sen home. Mrs Merle Rasmussen and children returned home recent 1 !— from a 6 week visit with her mother, Mrs llooert Shinkwin and other relatives in Billcrica Mass. Bernard Erdman and Molly came July 18 to visit his parents. Mr and Mrs Paul Erdman and his sister, Mrs -Donnelle Devereaux and family Molly remained for a longer visit. Diane Robinson who had spent 2 weeks in her uncle's home returned with him to her home in Wesley. Jack Robinson accompanied his uncle- home for n visit. Jim Raney and Roger Flom left Wednesday July 20 on a camping trip to Canada. Methodist Young folks attending Camp Guest at Okoboji July 17-23 were? Rickie Kraus, Jim Peterson, Renny Gabrielson. Cheryl Jones. Vicki Detmering DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's Office CY 4-3373 Home CY 4-4836 ALGONA CHEYYS CO WIR KEEPS YOU COOL, MAN... COOL! Family From Japan Visits In Wesley Area WeiUy — Major and Mrs Gordon Loebig and daughters^ arrived here Tuesday from Japan, when they have been for 3 years, he as a hospital administrator. Following their vacation, they will go to Washington, B.C., where he will be employed in the Pentagon. They visited his sister, Mrs Jack Lickteig, his two brothers, Al and Wilfred Loebig her ^sister Mrs Leo Goetz, and her sister, Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and their families here and her father, John Arndorfer and other relatives at Algona. N«w Arrival Mr and Mrs Bill Koppen are proud parents of a boy, born July 21 in the Britt hospital, their first child. Mrs Koppen is the former Helen Reriger of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen are the paternal grandparents. Shower Honoroe A prenuptial shower for Carolyn Larson is tu be held July 31 in the Methodist church. She will become the bride of Bill Price August 21 in a rural church near Crystal Lake. Cnt«0*m*ni Announced Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard annouce the engagement and ap- • proeching marriage of- their daughter, Melissa Ruth to Cecil Q10WC of Corwitti. They will be married August 21 in the local church. Here's another of Corvalr's excliislve advantages—and 7011 ture wonl want to be without it these warm summer days. We're speaking of the friendly way Corvair keeps you cool and comfortable, with only fresh outside air coming your way. No front-engine or under-car exhaust heat bothers you in • Corvair. And this is only one of the wonderful advantages. Corvair's rear-engine design has in store for you. You'll like that practically flat floor, the dig-in-and-go traction, the nimble handling, too. Corvair sound like a real treat to you? Well, one drive at you! dealer's will back up every word we say. • V OHBVMOLBT Rear Bugini...You IMM MO«M and feat behind yon. Front Engine ... Paesenger compartment expend to engine now and tat America'* only rear-engine car—Corvair. Thi$ it tin TOO i-Door Sedan. See your heal authorized Chevrokt dealer for economical trantportatio*. KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 101 S. HAIL ALGON A, IOWA CY 4-3554 nnd Linda Nowhrmiph. Mrn Charit-s Nygaard accompanied them as counselor. Wesley township homemakers met July 19 with Mrs Lester Blain. A lesson was given by Mrs Dorothy Raney of Algona. Mr and Mrs Frank Kelley and their son Dr. Darnel Kelley and a grandson, all of Grand Rapids, Minn, visited Mr Kelley's sister Mrs Joe Hauptman and family July ',8. Ethel Flom cmertained her junior high Sunday School class at a weiner roast Tuesday evening al the cabin. They prepared a missionary project to be presented July 24 in the Evangelical Free church. Mr and Mrs Al Discher and family were July 16 dinner guests of Mrs Mary Flom, Ethel and Anna. Micky and Randy Vitzthnm. sons of Mr and Mrs Tom Vitzthum were guests last week of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum and other relatives. Susan Nitchals To State 4-H Camp Susan Nitchals, sixteen year- old Union Alethean 4-H'er, will represent Kossuth County at the I960 State 4-H leadership Camp, July 24-30 at the State 4-H Camping Center near Madrid. Panel symposiums, camp coun- cils, nnd rrrrratinn londership, vespers find matins programs will become laboratory exercises in aplying principles of leadership which (hey learn. Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nitchals, is presently serving as president of the Kossuth County 4-H girls. * LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Linda Sorensen will teach second grade this fall in a Mason City school. She is the daughter of Mrs Evelyn Sorensen and the late Harold Sorensen, well known former long time residents of LuVerne. Linda is with her mother this summer at Pequot Lakes, Minn., where they own and operate a summer resort. Mr and Mrs Bryee A. Wickett and Johnny returned Monday for a stay at their summer home near Hackensach, Minn. Terry, Randy and Mickey Brown, sons of Mr and Mrs Charles Brown of Sanborn are on vacation for a week with their grandparents, Mr and- Mrs Ernest Meyer. Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer received word that their grandson Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Jack Bnker, Lnmnr, Colo,, born Juno 2 underwent surgeiy Monday ;'ii a children's hospital in Denver. He te satisfactory. The Friertdly Neighbor club was guests Tuesday evening ot Mrs Henry Kubly. Mrs Sylvester Braco hnrl the tnplr nnrl/, Mrs John Kilfy tho surprise entertainment. Plans were made for the annual family picnic to be held August 7, in Kngle Grove park. ENROLL NOW YOUNG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY , 310 W. 4lh — Waterloo • New -Clas8«*-now Forming • Siate Approved Accredited School • Newest and Finest Equipment • Mrs. D. A. Young, Director of Teaching Staff (High School Seniors — Enroll Now) Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain f»«w Y.rk, N. T. Oprtlil) _ For the first time science has found • new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve p«in - without surgery. 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