PERSONALS RICHARD PALMER has as traveling companion Dan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Merryman, and went to Kingston, Rd. Is. They will take a course in Far East history. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Muller and Richard returned last week Tuesday from a few days vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo. MR. AND MRS. Vic Frlderes were at St. Joe Thursday at the Matt Ziemets and visited with their guest, Mrs. Ed. Andrilenas, Madison, Mont. MRS. FRANK Vera went to Mason City Thursday to see her brother, Lester Hagen, Burt, who is at Mercy hospital under treatment for stomach ulcers. She also had word from her sister Mrs. Al Hill, of Rock Island that Mr. Hill had suffered a slight stroke. MRS. FRED Will has been visited by her sister, Mrs. Clara Neuman, Omaha. The visitor also spent some time at Dexter, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs.William Gross. Mrs. Will took Mrs. Neuman home Friday. MRS. IVY Hutton, Bancroft, who for many years made her home here while employed, was guest Wednesday of Mrs. Frank Vera. MR. AND MRS. Dwight Frambach have returned from a three- week vacation near Los Angeles. They were guests of Mrs. Frambach's brothers and sisters-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Larsen and Mr. and Mrs.Marlin Larsen. MR. AND MRS. Joe Funk and family spent last Sunday at Okoboji in the William Funk cottage and were met there by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Funk of Waterloo. DR. AND MRS. P. 0. Dor- weller have had as guests their niece, Mrs. William Brown, and daughters Pamela and Jennifer, Fairfax, Va. They were joined here later by Mr. Brown, Deborah and Rachael who visited relatives In Des Molnes. Dr. and Mrs . Dorweiler took their guests to West Bend Friday to see the Grotto. MR. AND MRS. Ferman Heinen's son Louis has been at Fort Benning, Ga., and after a leave here with his parents will be leaving Aug. 15 for Frankfort, Germany. The other son Joe is in the Navy stationed in Hawaii. He and his wife, the former Betty Ford, of Bancroft, and small twin sons, Bruce and Bryan, had expected to be home on leave, but due to the airplane strike they -can make no plans and can only hope matters will be straightened out in time for a visit here. MRS. PETE Halsrud and her daughter, Mrs. Dennis Eller and children, spent a day at Fort Dodge last week with Mr. and Mrs. James Elliott. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Hutchison spent the weekend at Marshalltown with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchison and son Clinton. MRS. GIDEON Kaldon, nee Mary Merryman, came from Minneapolis and took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I Merryman, to Cedar Rapids to visit their daughter, Mrs. Leon Glynn and granddaughter, Mrs. Robert Haddad at Freeport, 111, MR. AND MRS. Tom Buscher are vacationing in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Craig and Patti are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Buscher and Tom and Kirk are with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buscher during their parents absence. MR. AND MRS. Vaughn Rising have been visited briefly by their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jon Rising and daughter Beth, Minneapolis. Jon was unable to accompany them as changes were being made In the hospital where he is TuMdoy, July 26, 1966 Tutfdoy, July 26, 1966 employed. Beth remained for a longer visit. The grandparents took her home and Mr. and Mrs. Rising were able to attend special amusements of great interest, the Yanks-Twins baseball game and "The Sound of Music." NEED OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper De* Molnea ranams s i o n f IOWA GREATER THAN EVER! OUR TRADITIONAL COAT EVENT save loday! ADVANCE SALE OF fall Coats LIMITED TIME ONLY! SAVE 10% On any new faff coaf you select from Grahams complete stock! Hurry, this offer is limited! LAY AW AY To Save... Today.'
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