J-A!gono (la.) Upper DM MoinM Thursday, August 1°, 1965 MBS. FRE" VvTGENFS h.\s r*er. visite-1 -- ^:r son and --.ft, Mr. arr. Mrs. Gorirr, \\ere~*:, Klamuth Fails, Ore. The-, ar? also visitinc Gordon's sister, Mrs. F.usseii Rer.tr and fami'r . They have also !ve--, At L r.? F>.-<i visiting Gor ion's au.-t, Mrs. Walter Thompson. BOB AND JOHN PRATT. Pella, have been spending sever.il da;, s with their graiKlrnothers, Mrs. Milton Dahi and Mrs. Harold Hobson. MR. AND MRS. Flo;.d Holt hare had as guests the latter's sister, Mrs. Francis Boelter, and her mother, Mrs. C. F. Schmidt, Narerville, HI. Mrs. Boelter went on to LeMars U join her husband *ho has been teaching summer school. ESTHER QUINBY has returned from a trip to .Alaska. A detailed account will be given in "Tidbits." DR, AM) MRS. Donald Kingfield will leave Aug. 26 for Detroit, Mich, where they will attend the wedding of a friend. They plan to be back the following Monday. MR. AND MRS. Don Smith, Jr., Dan and Bill spent the Aug. 7-8 weekend at Clear Lake vacationing. BRENDA, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sjogren, has been at Cameron, Mo. visiting the Les Johnson family, former Al- gonans. She was met in Des Moines Tuesday by her parents. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN had Mrs. G. E. Whitehead, Perry, as guest Monday. MRS. GRACE JOHNSON left Friday for a two week visit at Cedar Rapids with her sister. MRS. J. P. SMITH has recently had as guests her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knuth, and grandson Billy Skinner, Paullina. DR. AND MRS. L. L. Snyder have had as guest the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack Snyder and three children, Freeport, N. Y. OSCAR RIDDLE, 77, West Concord, Minn., is in St. Mary hospital, Rochester, Minn., having suffered a severe heart attack. His condition is very poor and the Jess Riddles, who are here from Claremont, Calif., are delaying their return oome until more favorable reports are given. Mi-. VVP MRS. 1 ;.k- Mathf-s IV-s M ••;."> s !uvr !*•->•;; ciKsts •f t.V:r s r.-in-l.i'i Arri daughter, Mr. .-.:, : Mrs. Kent S^lt-: . MR. AM) MRS. Ka> Se-tr.hell h.-vf N-.*;-. here from Bonita SJ:;:KS, FiA. visitinc relatives ar, i friends. FRANCES WRIGHT, former Algona,-,, an i Hazel Brooks, Ea^le Grove, were guests last M.mda;. of Mr. and Mrs. Andre-* Hanson. MR. ANT) MRS. HotiertSipsbee had AS guest l.tst Tuesday the latter's mother, Mrs. Adolph Bruellmaji, West Bend. MR, AND MRS. McClave, McClave, Colo., were guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman. They are uncle and aunt of Mrs. Sherman and the town was named for pioneer ancestors. MRS. C. H. SIMPSON' has recently teen visited by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Judy, Newton. MR. AND MRS. Robert Kratt and family, Davenport, have teen guests of Mrs. Kratt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmltt. MR. AND MRS. Albert Slobe were recently at Windom, Minn, visiting Mrs. Slobes' aunt, Mrs. Theresa Rammer. BEVERLY, DAUGHTER of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Roth, Melchior, has teen a guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark and their daughter, Edith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz, Long Beach, Cal., arrived Friday for a visit with relatives here and at Humboldt, and are guests of Mr. and >Irs. Jpp Bradley, Jr., a nephew of Kirs, Schultz. ,, DICK PRATT, TOM- and Steve Waller, and Bob Pratt, the latter of Pella, spent a few days camping out last week at lakes in the Brainord, Minn. area. They also visited Maynard Shackelford, son of the Virgil Shackel- fords of Algona, a former classmate, at St. Cloud, Minn. Maynard is working there and attending St. Cloud State College. MR. AND MRS. Louis Ferstl became the parents of a baby boy, Monday, August 9. He has teen given the name Mark Louis. HOW FAR ARE YOU FROM A FRIEND? . _,«t a rear" a.-.a. r, te'e- phone ,', ^ctner jCj _:-t /.ant tc e'vo, 3 i <? * s „' c . afternccr c"-at. or need nelp ^ fie - aale cr tne n.gnt—,,c _r p-.: 'ie is aiA3>s mere. reaJ, :.. p~it /o- .n tojcn -A.tr «nends. NORTHWESTERN BELL SKSS* Miss Robinson Will Wed Here September 11 Mr. and Mrs. Eucene (Bud) Robinson, Algona, .tr.nyunce tlie engagement and apj r iichiac marriage of their daiuhter, Janice Sue, pictured ,i!<-ve, to Douglas Jergenson, son f Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson, Algona. The ••veilduu -.nil take place Sept. 11 at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. ARCHERS Bill and Gladys Gilchrlst of North English both '.von national championships in the National Field Archery Tournament held in Watkins Glen, New York. More than 700 shooters participated in the event. This is the first championship Gladys has ever won in major competition. Bill has won a number of shoot championships but this was his first for a national crown. This 4-H Club Doesn't Lack For Adventure SEXTON - If you want a little pxntement in your life try join- in? th? Irvington Ideals Girl's 4-H Clu! . At their last meet- IIK at the home of their leader, Mrs. Marie, the eirls were loaded int-i cars and a truck belonging to the family and next door neigh':* :s, the '.'.'armbiers. The sudden In? in the middle of the meeting •Aas to escape what looked like the approach of a tornado on a st-Tnr. Saturday afternoon. These farms were in the path of last jear's damaging tornado and tlie> don't take chances in that area anymore. To recover, the girls all '.vent on a three day vacation at Clear Lake last week 'nth Mrs. Briggs of Algona and Mrs. Art Hix of Sexton as chaperones. It was a quiet three days except for one girl falling in the lake fully clothed, one girl's billfold dropped from a paddle boat in the middle of the lake, and the owner diving in after it, one girl suffering from severe sunburn and a chaperone's six- year-old announcing the last morning, I was sick four times last night I The girls are home rested and planning next year's trip. Would anyone like to volunteer to be chaperone next year for a free vacation at the lake and the girls do all the cooking? A real vacation was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Krischbaum and family who spent a week in Milwaukee visiting at the Conn Bernhart and Darrell Mergen homes. The children en- jo;.ed the Milwaukee Zoo, a trip through the dental school Mr. Mergen attended and accompanied their parents on a tour of a beer company where they were shown the complete brewing process up to the packaging of the completed product. They also verified that these companies give free samples of their product to visitors. The whole family took in the Milwaukee Biaves, Houston Astros ballgame on Sunday and the boys received free bats at the park, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson are expected home this week after a weekend at Chicago and a few days camping in Michigan where hopefully it was cooler than it was here the past week. More visitors are coming to Sexton as Mrs. CharlesHennigan and Gerri of Dallas, Texas are expected at the McMahonhome for a visit before school starts. It's surprising how far people will come to attend the fair in Algona 1 There must have been a population explosion this year in the raccoon family from all the complaints coming from farmers with raided sweet corn patches. It's not just farmers fields though as some braver animals have ruined the corn patches of John Jennings and Clair Hovey here in town. Hey, Roger, how about borrowing that big white dog for guard duty. Since no one has actually seen or caught a coon .yet maybe there is a different answer. Do you suppose that's ST RON<3 CHURCHES.. Make Strong Communities "A man's pride will bring him low, but he who is lowly in spirit will obtain honor." — Proverbs 29:23 Read your BIBLE dally and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY A man's pride can be his undoing in many ways. It may cause him to sin, to cheat, to lie; it leads him to find fault with others; it urges him to ignore his conscience; it convinces him be is too big to need God's help. The man who is too proud to pray is too stubborn to change, too ignorant to recognize nis faults and shortcomings. If you begin to feel that you are great, if you recognize too easily the faults of others, stop, look, and listen. Stop for a moment and consider how insignificant is one single human being afloat on a raft in an endless sea. Look about you, at the mountains, the stars, the sun and the moon. Listen to your own inner self, your conscience. It's much more than a voice in the wind. 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IH Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds — We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, Iowa SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE 'The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 lowp VAN'S CAFE Junction 13 & 169 what all those little men in the flying saucers are living on down here? One thing for sure these other towns don't have to worry about them landing cause if one ever does come down to visit it will certainly be in Sexton. Mrs. Vinnie Laymon fell victim to nature in an even more painful way when she was stung by a number of wasps at her home Thursday evening. She was cleaning up a flower bed when she bumped the gas tank hood outside her house and she was immediately attacked by a swarm of what she called very mean wasps. She did not have a dcx;- tors care, but spent a couple of very painful days treating the stings with home remedies. There is good news of a former USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT il $41 Sexton boy according to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig of Algona. Tim Lick- tieg was in a group of soldiers who were struck by a car while marching back to their base after night marieuyers. He called hoine this week he would be in the hospital for some time, but with only a sprained ankle aAl cuts and bruises. Great Special Buy- Limited Time Only— SCHOOL SHOES SUPER VALUES for BOYS, 6IRLS and TEENAGERS Exceptional savings for youngsters and teenagers just in time for school. Amazingly fine quality. Girls' gleaming black straps and smartly styled penny loafers, boys' long-wearing leather upper oxfords. All three in sizes 8V4 to 3. Teen girls' leather upper flatties, sizes 4 to 9. Fine line Cotton Twill SLACKS for MEN and BOYS For MEN; Reg. 3.98 Btigt, Black Sixtn 29-38 For BOYS: Reg. 2.98 Black, Oliv* Slz«fi8-18 2 for $ 5 Smartly tailored slacks for work or play. Belt loop or continental beltless style. 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