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Charles Wendts of Logan and Joe Reinigs, who were also vaca- tioning in the area, attended the two events. Sunday afternoon guests of Rich Lefebers were Dean Lefebers and Sarah of Harlan, Jeff Lefebers of Co Bluffs, Bob (Janet) Croghans of Omaha, Tom (Cheri) Snyders of Un- derwood and Emma Lefeber. They celebrated the second birthday of Sarah (Dean) Lefeber and the guests had birthday cake and ice cream. Members of the Golden Pio- neers club will have a noon dinner Feb. 21 at Portsmouth club and then go to the com- munity hall for their meeting and social afternoon. Mrs Paul (Barb) Leinen, Sr. returned home Thursday after being a patient at Bergan Mercy hospital in Omaha for 10 days. Weekly Health Tip By ROB JACKSON R.P.h. BETTER SUNSCREENS Sunscreen lotions that pro- tect the skin form excessive ultra violet radiation are rated with an SPF (sun pro- tection factor) number. Recently SPF 22 was the strongest available. How- ever, to protect those ex- ceptionally fair-skinned or intolerant of the sun, SPF values up to 35 are offered. Some super,sunscreens are waterproof as well and retain their SPF value for 80 minutes in water. 2308 12th St., Harlan 755-3823 Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Stanley Martens left Jan. 31 of Longmont, CO, where they visited her brother Jim Stamp and family. Then on to Phoenix, AZ, where they vis- ited a cousin, Arnold Stamp and did some sight seeing, then to Springlake, TX, where they visited Jim Banks, Martens ar- rived home Feb. 12. Rich Sondags and Mel Books attended the wake ser- vice of their aunt, Bertha Heese, 91, Earling,'held at Pauley Funeral home and also attended Bertha's funeral held Monday at St Joseph church, Earling, with burial in Earling. Mrs Ed (Peggy) Leinen, who had major surgery at Methodist hospital in Omaha, returned home Friday and is making a slow recovery. REINIGS TAKE TRIP Joe Reinigs left Jan. 26 on a vacation and sight seeing trip. They went to Las Vegas, toured Boulder Dam, then on to AZ where they attended the Quartzsite, AZ Pow Wow and gem show in Tucson and did other sight seeing. On the route home they visited their niece, Rich (Barb) Wingert family at Round Rock, TX, and visited a friend Mike Caruso at Brian, TX, they ar- rived home Feb. 11. Lu Jurschak returned home Tuesday after being a guest of her daughter Nick (Peggy) Thielen at Papillion since Thursday. Lu also visited with her grandson, Mark Thielens and family of Millard, NE. Sunday eve dinner guests of Nick Schechingers were their daughter Dick (Julie) Bulkelys, Red Oak, and Dicks mother Mary Bulkely of Arlington, IL. Phil Herkenraths, Sr. were guests Sunday of her sister Gone (Bernita) Powerses at Co Bluffs. They also got to visit with their nephew, Ron Pow- erses, of Chicago who were guests of his parents, Gene Powerses. Ed Sondag of Co Bluffs was a guest Sunday of his parents Rich Sondags. Stanley Martenses were guests Monday of her parents Ed Stamps of Persia. Tuesday Marilyn Sonderman, Marcy Powers and Jane Tremel were guests of Katharyn Son- derman at Defiance. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Gene and Dan Lefebers and Ryan and Emma Lefeber were among the guests Sunday eve at Tom Butlers in Harlan when they hosted a party honoring the 1 lth birthday of their son, Brad. The guests had cake and ice cream. Saturday eve Fred Kwapiszeskis treated Harry Sondermans, Gary Sonderman and Julie Pauley to dinner in Portsmouth honoring the en- gagement of Gary and Julie. Weekend guests of Donovan Graps were her daughter AI (Peg) Birndys of Co Bluffs Sunday following mass. The group was joined by A1 Wingerts and family of Neola for dinner at a cafe in Harlan. Marilyn Sonderman and her son Scott Lickteig of Defiance had noon lunch Friday at a Harlan cafe. Feb. 10 in the afternoon, Millie Leuschen was hostess at her hbme for members of the Hemlock club. The minutes were read by Secretary Kate Johansen, and treasurers report was given by Enie Williams. Contests were won by Carmella Grap, Helen Bruck, Kate Johansen, Enie Williams New Network Targets Agriculture/ r;&'h jlrtl is rural America's new television network programmed for and about agriculture. How RFD-TV works: --Washington, D.C., Chicago, Fresno broadcast offices --Mixed and broadcast from Omaha --Continuous on-screen com- modity information from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Board of Trade during marketing hours --Comments from the ter- minals, pits and in the field --Agricultural news and documentaries --24-hr. news, murlna[ion, home shopping and entertainment --Programming for special aspects of agriculture including 4-H, FFA --Broadcast off of Spacenet I (SI), Channel 23, to 48 con- tinental states --Free to anyone with satellite receiver--not scrambled Plus the same system that brings you RF0-TV gives you access to all the other great satellite programming, includ- ing a variety of other free chaa- nels. In addition, great package prices are now available for scrambled channels. TOM'S, AUTO-TRONICS Rt. 4[ Harian III 799-4233 and Mae Williams. Lunch was served by the hostess. Leuschens were hosts the same eve for the club card party with Andy Pauleys as additional guests. Winners were Andy Pauley and Kate Johansen, high; Frank Kaufman and He- len Bruck, low. In March the club members will be guests of Enie Williams Monday eve guests of Harry Sondermans were his daughter Gaylene Petersen, Garrett and Genna of Harlan and Greg Sonderman. They had birthday cake and ice cream honoring Gary Sonderman's birthday. Tuesday afternoon Margaret Gross was hostess for members of the Catholic Daughters. Games were played with Helen Huebner, Helen Sternberg, Alma Bruck and Kate Plam- beck receiving prizes. Lunch was served by the hostess. March 14, Alma Bruck will be hostess for the members. Harry Sondermans were guests Sunday eve of her par- ents Andrew Soils at Manilla. Josephine Schomer of Panama was a guest Wednesday at her daughter Nick (Jean) Schechingers. Susanne Kohl of Omaha spent the weekend at her grandparents John Ohlingers. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiiiiIiiiiiIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiIIIIIII11 Cuppy's Grove rlli..... ................ 111111111 .......................... ii! .... 2-15-89 ANNUAL POT LUCK The Happy Home club had their annual pot luck dinner Wednesday at John Knudsons. Those who attended were Mar- shall Nelsons, Paul Larsons, Ray Larsons, John Lees, Rev. and Mrs David van Gorkom, Mrs Ila Knudson, Mrs Sylvia Knudsen. Mrs Marshall Nelson won the hostess gift. Mrs John Lee gave two contests which were won by Mrs John Knud- son and Ila Knudson. The March meeting will be at Ila Knudsons. They will have a shower for Rhonda Lee. Paul Van Gorkoms from Sac City visited Rev. David van Gorkoms Monday. They are brothers. Merle Larsons, Beth and Joy from Oakland were Sunday guests at Roy Larsons. George Hansons visited Al- bert Sorensen at Peace Haven in Walnut Sunday afternoon. Ivan Lees visited Amanda Lee at the Baptist Memorial home Sunday afternoon. Later they called on Mabel Nelson at Peace Haven in Walnut, and Donald Schultzes in Avoca. VALENTINE PARTY The Monroe Coffee club members and their spouses had supper at a local restaurant Friday eve for their annual Valentine party. Those who attended were Kenneth Peterses, Marlow Clemonses, Carl Pe- terses, Ed Millses, Robert Rolds, Arnold Deys, Mrs Lela Fokken and Michael, and Mrs LaVonne Andersen. David Coopers from Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at Robert Bartons. Mrs Irma Marlin visited Ray Larsons Thursday. Ivan Lees attended a travel film and later had supper at a restaurant with AI Harpsters in Co Bluffs. Mrs Leonard LeMaster and Lonnie from Co Bluffs were Saturday dinner guests at George Hansons. We will be CLOSED Mon., Feb. 20 In Osbervance of PRESIDENT'S DAY 5TH & COURT .. 755-3331 ,E--R,= EOUAL OPPORTUNITY LENDER Sec A-Pg. 4A Your Best May Ask For many years Freemasonry offered membership in the fraternity only to those who asked to join. Today Freemasons are seeking men who desire to live by the highest standards, practice brotherly affirm loyalty to their country. Find out how you can become a You and your spouses are invited to attend a supper (and Friendship Night), on Wed., Feb. 22, 1989, 6:45 p.m., at the 59er Restaurant. This message from: The Grand Lodge of Iowa, A.F. & A.M. & Parian Lodge No. 321, Harlan, IA Bruce Christensen, Master Bob Christensen, Secretary ...'.. Harlan 300larlan 00ribune We Care about Our Community SINCE tlTg Newspapers 3rd Annual Greg Heating & HOME, GARDEN LIVING SHOW Sat. & Sun. 5 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Noon- 5 p.m. April 8 - 9 Register to Win Nearly $3,000 IN PRIZES From the Harlan Newspapers and the participating businesses listed on this page. Vet's Auditorium Nelson Motor NAPA Petersen & Electric Video Holtz Small Engi Shelby Cattlemen's Iowa Comm. Pella Window (Behind Super Valu in Harlan) Pedersen Pharmacy Services United Telephone Co. of Iowa ,FREE ADMISSION! .o;:,c. 2 Big Days For Plenty of Time To Relax & Browse! Pizza Hut IA National Guard Atlantic & Audubon Agribolt & Cabinet Company Amiee' N Me Country Connections Business Tech Center Howard Henriksen ' Conklin Co., Inc. Farm & Hy-Vee Great Plains Stempel of Avoca We Care about Our Community -- Holder of 148 Newspaper Awards