Kenneth, Duane & Paul Barnhart

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been moderate and the atmosphere sultry. The average was highest point 91 the 13th. The minimum was 64 degrees lowest for the wp^k the 12th. Monday and on Tuesday morning a light rain amounting incn according to Observer W. was a trace of and again on the under way, with excellent, in quality as to quantity. operations ' While they are at present in Holland, Mich, where Mr. Muilenburg is employed for the summer. He is a graduate of Hope College and this fall will take post graduate work in business administration at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111, Sibley Boys Are Paroled To Mother De Haan Discharged Navy. Orange City, Doon. Frederick Ha warden. Hospers, Navy. Three Sibley boys were arrested by the Sioux Center marshal at three o'clock Sunday morning for attempting to steal a tire in Sioux Center. The boys enroute from Alcester, S. D. to Sibley had tire trouble and stopped near the Farmers Cop Oil station in Sioux Center. Two of the boys went down the alley and started to take a tire from a parked car. They were observed by Mr. Terpstra, who was unable to sleep and was sitting on his porch. He called the marshal -4and the boys were taken to the jcounty jail. Tuesday morm'ng the boys, who were Kenneth Bamhart 15, Paul Barnhart 16, and Harold Barnhart 14, appeared in Judge Van Osterhout's court. Paul, the older, was paroled to the sheriff of Osceola county and the other two were paroled to their mother at Norfolk, Nebr. Aug. 26, 79 years Sioux County in 1874 He married and to the Gertrude, died died in seven surviving Henry A., Mrs. all Henry De Verne of Haan died De Haan had alone. The the farm City some De Haan and hi^'hly who knew Back from Okinawa Rodney Vanden Berg, Cox^ swain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gerald Navy. .Vanden Bers of north of Alton Eugene ShiEfiaon, Na- has returned to the States from vy. and is now at Minne- Reginald Na- apolis awaiting his Navy dis- vy. Men Jeep Vander Wilt Zee of Hospers and Vander cracked rib while to Sioux Vander Wilt Sioux City of the line with the the jeep ditch, rolling Vander Wilt both thrown and were City hospital' the same badly damaged.

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  1. The Alton Democrat,
  2. 18 Jul 1946, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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