I Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Alfrona. Town. lSOSlll. Nov 1. 1032. under Act of Conjrrrs* "> March 3. 18,n I 6STAWJSH65 186L _ VOL. 101 _NO_53_ *i MM dill 4Mb ^* ^* ^* ** •"• l *•• "** — *"* *"* *^ """ ^™ ^** ^" ""* *** ^™ &lgona tipper 1 AIGONA. IOWA. THURSDAY, JULY 13, 19A7J • I I SECOND SECTION J LOCALS MRS. DAVID BARffi and son left Des Moines Thursday by plane for Hawaii where she will spend a week with her husband, Sp/4 David Barie, who is on leave from duty in Vietnam. MR. AND MRS. J. I. Merryman are being visited by their "Son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Dorn and Kevin, Billings, Mont. The two families spent a dayatMilfordandOkoboji and Spirit Lake areas. They have relatives at Milford. The Merryman's daughter, Mrs. Harold Jergenson and Rickie, came Saturday from Aurora, Colo., and another daughter, Mary, Mrs. Gideon Kaldon, will also be here from Minneapolis. REV. AND MRS. 0. W. Brand, who have been living at Forest City, plan to go to Rochester, Minn, where their daughter Joyce will be teaching. Rev. Brand was pastor at the Methodist church several years ago. MR. AND MRS. Harry Barton have had as guests the latter's sister and niece, Sister Mary Hermenegild and Sister Bernard Marie, Milwaukee, Wise. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek, Wesley, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hauptman at Bancroft, sister and brother of Mrs. Barton and Sister Hermenegild. Other guests of the Bartons have been their son Ronald and family, Storm Lake. MR. AND MRS. Russell Werts were visited Monday and overnight by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Werts, Spencer. MR. AND MRS. FrankMoulton, Jr. are having their granddaughter, Kimberly Immerfall, in their home the past week, a treat for grandparents. MRS. RICHARD GROEN and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meier of Cylinder, went to Iowa City last week Sunday to see the mother, Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz, who is a patient at the University hospital. MR. AND MRS. Thomas Zwiefel, Fairmont, Minn., are the parents of a son, Chris Thomas, born June 28. The young lad weighed 6 Ibs., 12 oz. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, and paternal grandparents, "Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel, all of Algona, Mrs. Thomas Zwiefel is the former Sandra Phillips. Gayle Phillips, sister of Mrs. Zwiefel, and Robert Harms spent the weekend visiting at the Thomas Zwiefels. MR. AND MRS. BobSchobyand sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Dean Anderson at Minneapolis over the weekend. MARLA SAMPSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson, fractured her left arm when she fell off a tractor. The arm is in a cast, which will have to be worn for some time. MR. AND MRS. Thomas Zeigler and daughter, St. Paul, Minn., visited at the parental Earl Zeigler home for one week. Gordon Zeigler returned to St. Paul with them and will spend two weeks there. Cylinder Girl Named To 4-H Leader Camp Joyce Banwart of Cylinder is one of 18 Iowa farm youths selected by 17 county Farm Bureaus to attend the statewide leadership training camp near Madrid. Sponsored by Iowa State University and the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, the conference is to help youth to become aware of leadership responsibilities, to develop leadership skills and put into practice on their return from the conference, to accept leadership roles in their group and community activities. Dates for the conference are July 17-22 and July 31-Aug. 5. Each session will be limited to 100 participants. Enjoy Show A large crowd, with a high percentage of the people in or near cars parked around the entire area, saw another fine Fireworks Show, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce at the fairgrounds here the night of July 4. As in past years, the free display was very good. : f^^:|te^|f y|;:gf..?fpj|^ whats new OUR GREATEST PRE-SEASON COAT SALE CHARGE OR LAYAWAY To Save .. Today! ADVANCE SALE OF FALL COATS limited time only! SAVE 10% On any new coat you select from Grahams complete stock! Hurry, This Offer Limited!
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