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Crisis Food Pantry gets CROP check The 1988 CROP walk generated $4,926.85, reports coordinator Jim Noble. A check for $I,211.75 was pre- sented by Noble, right, treasurer Mike Cain and recruiter Dave Koos, far left, to Ruby Martin in care of Shelby County Crisis Food Pantry on Monday, Feb. 6. The remainder of the money will go to the needy overseas. The pantry helps an average of 15 to 20 families per month. All applications are confidential. Applicants by Editorial notebook How about that! Los Angeles got a reported five inch snow Tuesday. In Shelby County, our biggest snow was about two inches on Jan. 4. Other than that, we have had mostly traces of snow. Snowbirds, you better come back to Iowa! Terry Branstad, A hard-working governor Gov. Branstad has certainly matured in office. After a shaky start he is beginning to acquire the governor- for-llfe look that Bob Ray had. And he has that other political essential: luck. No one can take away something from the achieve- ments of former Gov..Bob R,y but his was an era when inflation could be relied on to pay the bills and planting hedgerow to hedgerow was what passed as farm policy. Gov. Branstad came in when the tides had turned; the easy money disappeared, and the farm economy turned sour. Nevertheless he, and Iowa, weathered the storm and the wake for Iowa's demise has been put on indefinite hold. Gov. Branstad has probably been one of Iowa's hardest working governors. He has traveled through- out the state, he has been in many of our Iowa small towns, he has worked tirelessly for economic develop- ment. He has certainly brought the governorship to the rural areas of Iowa by his visits. Yes, he has done, and is doing a good job considering the troubling times Iowa has been through. -LM. John Christiansen named Home Federal president Glenn F. Thummel, chair- man of the board of directors of Home Federal Savings & Loan Association, announced the promotion of John A. Christiansen to president and chief executive officer at a meeting held Jan. 26. Directors in addition to Thummel and Christiansen are Dr. Ken Mueller, Dr. Orville Juhlcr, Clarence Smith and H. Clay Pauley, Christiansen joined Home Federal in 1964 after graduat- ing from Commercial Exten- sion School of Commerce. He has been a director of Home Federal since 1982, and secretary of the association for over 10 ,ears. Chrimansen graduated from the Graduate School of Sav- ings and Loan at Indiana Uni- versity Graduate School of Business in Bloomington, i Ind. He is past president of the Omaha, Council Bluffs Chapter No. 10 of the Insti- tute of Financial Education, services on the Iowa League of Savings Institutions Leg- islative Committee and the U.S. League Legislative Committee, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Iowa League of Savings Institutions. The Iowa League represents the savings and loan business in Iowa in educational semi- nars, legislative activities, conventions and employee John Chrlstlansen HOSPITAL I NOTES insurance programs. Chris- tiansen was raised in Harlan, and has resided in Harlan ex- cept for four years served with the U.S. Air Force. He and his wife, Pat, have three daughters, Deb Huber of Om- aha, Deanna, a freshman at Harlan Community High School, and Dawn in the fifth grade at West Ridge Elemen- tary School. Home Federal has served Harlan and the surrounding area since it was federally chartered in 1934, and has es- tablished branches at Atlantic, Audubon, Avoca, Red Oak and Panora. Home Federal has assets of over $100,000.000. Christiansen succeeds Thummel, who has been managing officer of Home Federal, and who will con- tinue to serve as chairman of the board of directors, and will continue to maintain an office at Home Federal. Murphy's laws on life- The number of people watching you is directly proportional to the stupidity of your action. concerned third parties are accepted. "Usually the famib coping with a crisis like a fire is too stunned to apply Koos said. "And W e n help the elderly person that may not be eating right. West Central Development Corp. at 502 Market St. accepts and dispenses donated canned foods and non-perishables through the pantry. Perishables such as milk, eggs, bread and meat can be purchased by applicants with pantry vouchers. FOOD PANTRY NEEDS Sugar Shortening Oatmeal or dry cereal Peanut butter Crackers Juices Salad dressing or mayonaise Pancake flour Syrup Spaghetti sauce Spaghetti Coffee YOU CAN HELR Contribute food, money, clothing to the County Food Pantry. Phone 755-5135 or leave at West Central Development Office. iiiiiiiiiii!`i`:N@!!iiiii:iiiiNNiiiiIiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiii!Niiiiii,i Lillie Nordby Heggen, 91 Lillie Nordby Heggen, 91, Irwin, died Tuesday, Feb. 7, in Hamilton, Me. Survivors include three sons, Vernon Nordby of Manilla, Mile Nordby of Kimballton, and Robert Nordby of Papillion, Neb.; three daughters, Garnet Ax- land of Irwin, Norma Mitten of Hamilton, Me., and Kay Madsen of Lincoln, Neb.; one sister, Ina Andersen of Harlan; 19 grandchildren; 36 great- grandchildren; and one great- great-grandchild. Services were set for 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 10 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ir- win. Burial will follow at Oak Hill Cemetery in Irwin. Alma Wilwerding, 54 Alma Rose Wilwerding, 54, Earling, died on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at an Omaha, Neb., hospital. Survivors include her hus- band, Bernard Wildwerding of Earling; three daughters, Ann (Mrs. Ronald) Herzinger and Sheila (Mrs. Daniel) Hoff- mann, both of Omaha, Laura (Mrs. Harvey) Graeve of Houston; three sons, James of St. Paul, Minn., Paul of Iowa City, and Tony of Earling; Myrtue Memorial Hospital report for the period Feb. 6-8, 1989. Vis- Ring hours are from l to 8:30 p.m. 9 ADMITTED Mrs. Balzer Kriegel, Harlan Maria Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin, Harlan Austin and Nathan Schechinger, sons of Mary Sehechinger, Harlan Robert Jensen, Avoca Bertha Heese, Eading Michelle Schaben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sehaben, Ear- ling Mrs. Michad Soil, Elk Hem Dane Nelsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nelsen, Walnut 8 DISMISSED Mrs. Michael Tremel and daughter, Earlig Matthew Bruck, sere of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bruck, Harlan Richard O'Bryan, Harlan Leonard Schmitz, Harlan Terry Frisbie, Walnut Maria Martin, Hadan Helen Petersen, Walnut 2 BIRTHS Son to Gerard and Cynthia Rueschenberg, Hadan, February 6 Girl to Michael and Cynthia Hue.bert, Persia, February 8 three sisters, Rita Block of Earling, Delores (Mrs. Jack) Dempsey of Omaha, and Jean (Mrs. Richard) Laux of Ash- land, Neb.; and four grand- children. Services are set for Satur- day, Feb. 11, beginning at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Earling. Burial will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery in Earling. Ida Allen, 91 Ida Alien, 91, of Kingsley, died Thursday, Feb. 9, at Colonial Manor nursing home. Services for the Shelby na- tive will be held on Sunday, Feb. 12, beginning at 2 p.m. at Berthusen-Knutson Funeral Home in Avoca. Burial will follow at Shelby Cemetery. Survivors include sister Martha Allen of Sturgus, Mich. Early Risers to help HMU strip generator The Harlan Early Morning Risers Kiwanis Club is ex- pected to make a visit to Har- lan Municipal Utilities this weekend to become "temporary employees." The Early Risers have vol- unteered to help strip an un- used generator of its copper parts and split the proceeds with HMU. The utility would spend more doing the job it- self than it could gain on the job, and the Early Risers are in need of funds, said HMU General Manager Jim Kalal, who also belongs to the Early Risers. CALL LL FREE 1"800'432'0691 u , t, , -. - Evening pesticide applicator test set for March 6 An evening session for farmers to take the private pesticide applicator test has been set for Monday, March 6, said Duane Feltz, Shelby County extension director. The test will be given at the Harlan National Bank from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. District Court MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE-Granted Universal Savings Bank, Milwaukee, Wis., plaintiff, vs. Nancy and Bobby Clemens, Michael and Laura Maul Shelby, defendants. Plaintiff is granted a $38,068.86 lien against lots 5, 6, 7, and 8 on Block 19 plus $750 attorney fees. A $31,247.70 tax lien is declared to be the second lien on the property. H.W. Ouren Jr., Harlan, is appointed receiver of the premises upon posting $10,000 bend. GARNISHMENT--Granted Shirley Gunsolley, Wilton, Iowa, petitioner, vs. Russel Mangels, Harlan, respondent. Employer of respondent is ordered to withhold $30 per week for current child suppport obligations and $10 per week for delinquent support. - Granted Billie M. Goeser, 29, Harlan, petitioner, vs. Terry Goeser, 2,8, Harlan, respondent. Employer of respondent is ordered to withhold $150 per current child support obligations and $75.30 per month for delinquent support. MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION-Granted Catherine A. Prober, Harlan, petitioner, concerning marriage of 12 years to Mark A. Prober, Harlan, respondent. Joint custody of minor children is granted with petitioner gaining primary physical custody. -Granted Roger C. Andersen, Kirnballton, petitioner, regarding marriage of six years to Shirley M. Andersen, Harlan, respondent. Joint custody of minor child is granted with respondent gaining primary physical custody. - Granted Clem A. Henkelman, Defiance, petitioner, concern- ing marriage of six years to Marie A. Henkelman, Harlan, respon- dent. Petitioner is granted physical custody of minor children subject to liberal visitation rights by respondent. :i:'.'; ...... ":*:'::: MAGISTRATE COURT i/.': ':..'.'i i     ::i .......... ,::::::: William Early, presiding Speeding Fines (Not including $10 court costs) Christie L. Bruck, Portsmouth, (79 in 55), $55.20. Patricia L. Logan, Logan, (72 in 55), $46. Janet K. Schneider, Walnut, (72 in 55), $46. Gordon R. Elliott, Spirit Lake, (73 in 55), $46. Lori K. Thomas, Omaha, Neb., (68 in 55), $34.50. Robert J. Wegner, Panama, (68 in 55), $34.50. Lyle A. Norton, Harlan, (70 in 55), $34.50. Michelle M. Heese, Earling, (69 in 55), $34.50. Tommy A. Lenz, Knoke" Iowa, (69 in 55), $34.50. Elizath J. Keane, Defiance, (65 in 55), $23. David W. Reynolds, Ashland, Neb., (65 in 55), $23. Larry R. Peterson, Charter Oak, (65 in 55), $23. Charles T. Hardwick, St. Louis, Me., (65 in 55), $23. Donna F. Gaul, Irwin, (65 in 55), $23. Jack L. Rasmussen, Pipestone, Minn., (65 in 55), $23. Gordon E. WeUer, Westside, Iowa, (65 in 55), $23. Rodney J. McMurphy, Avoca, (35 in 25), $23. Rita K. Booze, Harlan, ( 35 in 25), $23. Linda D. Harris, Walnut, (65 in 55), $23. Add'l Magistrate Court Fines (Not including $8, $10 or $15 court costs) Bernard W. Fink, Harlan, striking highway fixtures, $86.25. Shafie A. Havick, Harlan, operating while intoxicated and reckless driving, $50 per charge plus $15 tax and $25 court costs, and 30-day suspended jail sentence with informal probation. Neal B. Mathis, Mount Vernon, S.D., obstructed vision violation, $17.25. Michael P. Koesters, Earling, failure to maintain control, $23. Christie L. Bruck, Portsmouth, expired drivers license, $17.25. TRUCK VIOLATIONS Thomas E. Hoak, Polo, Ill., 2.400 pounds overweight gross, $87.40; 1,700 pounds overweight on axle Nos. 4 and 5, $27.03; and 1,600 pounds overweight on axle Nos. 2 and 3, $26.45. Darrell H. Mellencamp, Clarinda, 2,600 pounds overweight on axle Nos. 1 through 5, $80.85; and 2,000 poun.ds overweight on axle Nos. 4 and 5, $28.75. Steven C. Schueman, Avoca, 2,500 pounds overweight, $178.25. Douglas A. Eckles, Griswold, 1,100 pounds overweight, $23.58. Duane A. Winston, Atlantic, unsafe vehicle, $28.75. Non-Traffic (William Early, Magistrate) CHECK CHARGE - Cindy S. Maxwell, Harlan, pleaded guilty Feb. 7 to fifth-degree theft and was fined $25 plus $20 court cost and $3.75 tax. Maxwdl was ordexed to make $28.33 restitu- tion to Casey's General, Store in Harlan. - Sharon E. Ambrose, Walnut, pleaded guilty Feb. 7 to fifth- degree theft and was freed $25 plus $20 costs and $3.75 tax. Ambrose was ordered to make $26.56 restitution to Hy-Vee. - Rite K. Booze, Harlan, pleaded guilty Feb. 2 to Fifth-degree theft and was f'med $25 plus $20 court costs and $5.25 tax. Booze was ordered to make $40 restitution to Fareway Stores. -ChristinaIrwin, Defiance, pleaded guilty Feb. 6 to fifth-degree theft andwas Freed $15plus $20 eourteosts and$2.25 tax.Irwin was ordered to make $15 restitution to Hy-Vee. - Leon Kemper, Westside, Iowa, pleaded guilty Feb. 1 to fifth- degree theft and was fined $70 plus $20 costs and $10.50 tax. Kemper was ordered to make $80.08 restitution to Rasmussen Auto. MINOR IN POSSESSION-Jarnie E. Petsche, 17, Harlan, • pleaded guilty Feb. 2 to minor in possession of alcoholic beverage and was freed $100 plus $20 court costs and $15 tax. HIT AND RUN-Duane A. Fries, 20, Harlan, pleaded guilty Feb. 7 to striking an unattended vehicle and leaving the scene of the accident. He was f'med $100 plus $15 costs and $15 tax. Small Claims Court • JUDGMENTS - Myrtue Memorial Hospital, Harlan, plaintiff, vs. William and Shelly Ballard, Missouri Valley, defendants, for $1,167.25 in medical services and $35.70 court costs. Arlene Schwery dba Elmer's Decorating, Harlan, plaintiff, vs. Robert and Peggy Davis, Harlan, defendants, for $699.92 carpet furnishing. Small Claims - New Cases Jack Dwyer Organization, Des Moines, plaintiff, vs. Angle K. "Brisbois, Harlan, defendant, for alleged $1,604.94 pst-duecharge ac, counts. License to Wed John W. Allen, 60, Harlan, and Elaine P. Gearhart,55, Harlan. 153 AWARDS UPS 235-520 '-/'he N ,A VF aTIS AN INDEPENDENT HOME-OA,ED NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED SINCE 1870 Mores, S:eve/AlatVLeo PUB LISHED every Saturday 1114 7th St., Box 721 Harlan, Iowa 51537 (712) 755-3111 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER of Shelby County & Harlan SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $25 per year for both papers (Shelby & adjoinlng €ountless). Rest of IA $35; U.S. $38 MEMBER: IA Newspaper Assoc. & American News- paper Association. Tero Lonnie Guinn, s Kim Wegener, Mike Kolbe, Deb Hanigan, Ruby Vollbaum, bookkeep Janice Schaben Maggie Hatcher, Pat Thielen, su Tammi Flau, KIS photO Willis Towne, Dick Joy. i Terry Holdren, Dennis ,Jim Determann, Alice Gaul, composition Lori Marcie Cave Irene Deed Transfers Compiled by Credit Bureau of Atlantic, la. Revenue affixed to deeds at rate of $1.10 per $1,000 of sale price. (through 1/17/89) WARRANTY DEEDS Robert C. & Wllma L. Mitchell to John Schaben and Kohles. RS. $1.65. S1/2 of Lot 8, Raughter's Addn. Joseph & Made Sullivan to Ceres, Inc. RS SEI/4SW1/4 & Lot 1 of SW1/4SE1/4, Sec. NW1/4NW1/4, Lot 1 of NE1/4NW1/4 and 2/79140. Leo F. & Michelle Brewer, Jr., to F.H.A. 8 of W1/2 of Lot 9, Blk. 7, Lonffs Addn., Harlan. Howard W. & Edna G. Campbell to Campbell. $1.00 L&A. An undivided 1/2 Interest In & to 32/81/38. Carl E. & Judy A. Nielsen to Patricia A. Nielsen. RS. vided 1/3rd interest in part of El/2, Sec. 13/80/39. ^ j Barbara A. & Howard B. Dahlof to Howard E. & Eleanor . RS. $20.35. Part of SF_J/4SE1/4, Sec. 15/78/38. Franklin D. & Marllyn J. Evans to City of Shelby, Secs. 28 & 29/78/40. QUIT CLAIM DEEDS Indn H. & Julle H. Holler to Dave & Pamela M. Borkowski. It Part of Wl/2NE1/4, Sec. 24/81/37. In exchange Dave & Pamela M. Borkowskl to Irvin H. & Julia H. Heller, above. Gary F. & Jean Muhlbauer to Beverly J. Feser. RS. 6, BIk. 8, Defiance. Jan. 18-27, 1989, QUIT CLAIM DEEDS Richard & Anne Garrison to Larry D. Wunder and son. S68' Lots 7, 8, BIk. 8, Long's 2nd Addn., Hadan. Roman A. 8˘ Mildred R. Gaul to Michael A. Gaul Gaul. Part NE1/4 NE1/4 and SE1/4NE1/4 of M. 40. John H. 8˘ Lynne White to Nicholas H. & Irma of White Family Trust. Part NW1/4NW1/4 Sec. Shell County to Ron Newcomb. Lpt 5, Aud. S.D. Sec. 21-80-38, Ktrkman. WARRANTY DEEDS Gust & Sandra L. Sindt III to Mike J. Mikels, Lot 12,| Harlan. Gerald & Sylvia Bissen to Robt. Bissen. RS. W1/2NE1/4 Sec. 8-80-39. Robt. & Mary J. Bissen to Gerald Bissen. R5. NE1/4SW1/4 and $1/25W1/4 Sec. 9-80-39. .m Joseph & Marie Sullivan to Raymond A Schl˘ $18.70. Lot 2, SE1/4SW1/4 and Lot 2, SW1/4SE1/4 5dl 40. : . Nicholas H. a Irma M. White to John H. & Lynne  NW1/4NW1/4 See. 21-79-37. _!I .. Leola M. Thlelen to Melvin J. & Marilea R. Bruck, RIIsI (..:/_ SEI/4NE1/4 Sec. 18-80-39. ' John N. & Margaret L. Leuschen Sr. to John M. L 1/4 interest In W1/2NW1/4 Sec. 28 and.El/2NE1/4 S and 15 A in NW1/4NW1/4 Sec. 28-80-40. ...t[ irma.J. Robt. C. Andersen to Robt. D. & Diana R..;| RS. $131.45. S1/2SE1/4 Sec. 36-81-37 and W1/2NE l:'1fl'| 18o37 X Terry L. & Judith K. Knapp et al to Chamberlain t . RS. $43.45. Lots 7, 9, 10, 11 Southridge Acres Addn.,  Joseph J. & Mary A. Wllwerding to Raymond H. W RS. $10.45. Part NW1/4NW1/4 See., 5-80-39, Earllng. I Hazel F. Blair to James M. & Betty J. Larsen. RS. Lot 4, Davis 2nd Addn., Harlan. Three M-D's Acres Corp., Storm Lake to Redline RS. $118.25 W 1/2 NE1/4 and NW1/4SE1/4 NE1/4SE1/4 Sec. 29-80-37. Redline Farms Corp to Three M-D's Acres Corp. SW1/4 Sec. 20-80-37. John & Sylvia Weiland to John A. 8˘ Sharon L. $18.75. Part N1/2NE1/4 Sec. 28-81-39. Douglas L. & Sandra R. Nelson to de Joyce A. Elder. RS. $7.15. Lot 7 and $32.79' Lot 5, Irwin., Russell T. & Florence C. Gould to Russell T. 8˘ Gould. Part S/12 Sec. 12-79-39, Harlan. New Autos (from Jan. l'9-Feb. 3, 1989) Robert J. Heimerman, Defiance, Chevrolet. William O. Lewis, Haflan, GMC. David F. Miller, Harlan, Ford. Monte D. Kinser, Hadan, Pontiac. Douglas A. BaN, Harlan, Ford. Corey D. Decker, Hadan, Dodge. Gladys C. Andersen, Harlan, Chrysler. Alice L. Klindt, Avoca, Ford. Ivan H. Larsen, Harlan, Oldsmobile. Paul J. Leinen Jr., Portsmouth, Ford. Clifford R. Bell, Shelby, Pontiac. Charles H. Schaben, Earlin8, Buick. Emma C. McLaughlin, Shelby, Buick. Multi Ventures Inc., Hadan, Honda. Harold D. Peters, Shelby, Chevrolet. Orv Rocker Ford Inc., Harlan, Ford. Orv Rocker Ford Inc., Harlan, Ford. New Trucks Robert W. Maertz, Elk Horn, Ford. Country Tire Inc., Blair, NE, Ford. Bradley D. Sorensen, Hadan, Chevrolet. Anthony V. Gaul, Earling, Dodge. Larry A. Patten, Harlan, Cehvrolet. Virgil C. Hilsabeck, Harlan, Chevrolet. Jay A. Schechinger, Westphalia, Chevrolet. Mark K Schmitz, Westphalia, Ford. Kevin L. Hansen, Elk Horn, Ford. Robert A. Hastert, Hadan, Ford. Alban F. Gross, Earling, Ford. Mark E. Kaufman, Harlan, Ford. The public budget hearing $51,050 which is al, for the Shelby County asses- ount planea]__lr 00or's office will on "era e y .Theplan, day, March 7 at 9:30 a.m. in .2411 per $1,000 v The total current the supervisors office in the tures are estiraltt  . Court House. The new budget calls for $112,364 comp.af/L I $107,000 to be raised by $120,568 proposea, all, taxation for the 1989-90 tax coming year. HoW e;i I year. This compares tO amount to be raisea | $111,000 for the current year, is down $4,000. $i  which includes an estimated The detailed leg ,i|