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Net borhood News byKimWegener Sec A -Pg. SA &apos; fan IA News Advertiaer t. morn., Feb. 18, 19S9 and Mrs Lenny ke Nicholaus and Stacy, m ,, Mr and Mrs Ran , I a.Krisfi and Lind- mrs Ureg Stava, d Joe, all of Omaha, c Mrs David Stracke, ), Jlison and Beth of smoVgea Sunday dinner , . ,,tu mrs Leonard .m honor of Leonard's also received a phone fr(m his daughter and ',)Mlad Mrs Gary rot zer j- my, CT., and ha , -ffSepla Stracke of ,,u Joe Wehr of Howard (Lucille) I Ceived Word her or, Ivan B. Carper ot :tt, MO., passed away 12 Memorial services 1 Wednesday morning )I)( . Mrs Richard (Marilyn) Wittrup of Scituate, Mass., was a guest of her mother, Mrs Agnes Sorenson from last Thursday through Tuesday. Alma Custer's weekend visitors were her three sisters, Ida and Gilmer Anthony, He- len and Lenus Andersen of Denison, Ella Steen of Man- ning. They were dinner guests Sunday for a belated birthday. Ella stayed until Tuesday. Afternoon guests were Fred and Marvel Jacobsen and Bud and Doraine Wigg. FIRST' ' BIRTHDAYS 9 was sur- a dinner were Be and Niece, Koster of Were uanable to )ielen attended the ',rvice for her aunt, j' SChell, wife of Sehell of Omaha, on )  Yevenin 1 a forer Harlan Se ol. graduate of Harlan Iaiory Hansen re- h eednesday alter .. weeks in San )a,)[s,_ p, CA., visiting .I ,,u and Mrs W .... d falnily. ,.tt TARA PAULEY Tara Melissa Pauley cele- brated her first birthday, Jan. 19. She is the daughter of Rick and Peggy Pauley of Earling. She has a sister, Nicole. Her grandparents are Avery Jr., and Verna Thompson of Dunlap, and Jerome and Betty Pauley of Earling. Great grandparents are Albert and Cyrilla Pauley of Earling. tan Mrs C.W. " ................................. " .anearlycelebra. Area College News golden wedding Y by going to .................................. Y Spent Feb. 7-14  lslad, Hawaii, at Randall Woodin, Harlan, : They rented a car and Michelle Kaufman, Ear- tland and viewed ling, students at HCHS, at- aDs in the Kilauea tended a "A Special Saturday," for campus visitation at v .tws To nsam _ Morningside College on Feb. 11. LOCAL ;it 3s 1 n below & SAVE on the price of your ) for new subscribers only in " A get-acquainted offer. II01Ul gI0]  lW=(m -- -- -- -- ' 3b :)t'lhs,e, d !s ($ ) forwhich I am subscribing I is = ,q..._ . rtanan Tribune & News-Advertiserduring [ 'eXerte;rl,"get acquainted" subscription offer. , I t i- "'-"u i Will receive both newsnapers Full year  25 in " " I " Shelby and surrounding counties. I arne: State Zip [ ===,,-- Jm mmmmi.,mmmmmmJ fo ' .tbel Moran or Carol Moon (pictured) m, '^ur Wlrlow decorating needs. :Curtains Horizontal Blinds grapes . 'VerticaiBllnds -Hardware 10 Day Delivery. Harlan School lunch program (Feb. 20-24) HCHS Monday - burrito with sauce, potato rounds, pears and sugar plum cake. Tuesday- creamed turkey over mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, hot biscuits with honey and sweetened cherries. Wednesday - frank in a school made bun, tri-tators, fresh broccoli-carrots and cauliflower with dip and pineapple. Thursday - pizza, corn, lettuce salad with choice of dressing, peaches and rice with cinnamon and sugar. Friday- fish wedge with tartar sauce, au gratm pota- toes, cornbread with butter and syrup and fresh fruit. Salad bar and chef's salad lunch are available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available --'every Friday. Harlan Middle School Monday - goulash, Texas toast, corn andpeanut butter. Tuesday- chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasond green beans and pineapple tidbit and mandarin orange cup. Wednesday - sloppy Joe. ranch cut fries, broccoli and cauliflower and school made cookie. Thursday - sausage patty, hash browns, blueberry muffin and applesauce. Friday - grilled cheese, potato rounds, peaches and brownie. Salad bar is available every day. Bread and butter sand- wiches, peanut butter sand- wiches and milk are served ev- ery meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. West Ridge New Park Schools Monday- goulash, Texas toast, corn and peanut butter bar. Tuesday- chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasoned green beans and pineapple tidbit and mandarin orange cup. Wednesday - sloppy Joe, ranch cut fries, broccoi and cauliflower and school made cookie. Thursday- sausage patff, hash browns, blueberry munro and applesauce. Friday - cook's choice: New Park: macaroni and cheese, pweas, peaches and brownie est Ridge: grilled cheese, potato rounds, peaches and orownie. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. Congregate mealsite menus (Fob. 20-24) Monday - salisbury steak in brown gravy, mashed potatoes spinach, bread and brown sugar cake. Tuesday- bratwurst, hot potato salad, green beans, hot dog bun and apple crisp. Wednesday- New England dinner-potatoes, carrots, cabbage and onions, hot roll and bread pudding with raisin sauce. Thursday- beef porcupine, meatballs, scalloped corn, plums, bread and oatmeal cookie. Friday- breaded fish patty, broccoh, fruit gelatin with mixed fruit, bun and vanilla pudding with whipped topping. (Lucdle Ruth is mealslte manger. For reservations call her at 755-2791, Monday-Fri- day. Reservations must be made before 9 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.) ::-'-o _..@_- ':: ....... ........ February 22 - A meeting on the making of maple syrup will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Harlan National Bank. Dr Eldon Everhart, area extension horticulturist, will discuss tree selection, care and mainte- nance and time as it relates to maple syrup production. Pat Byrnes of Harlan will share his experience in making the production. February 23 - MMH will sponsor two seminars entitled, "The Health Profes- sioanl in Transition and Change," from 8:30 a.m.- noon and 6-9 p.m. in the hos- pitars Auble Conference Cen- ter. For more information con- tact Nancy Boettger, 755- 5161. HAVING VISITORS? ,) If you are having visitors or you are going out of town, your hosts and guests will appreciate your courtesy in reporting the , .t. We welcome such news items. Please phone 755-3111., I I .: !i ..'..!i::::".-::. ............. :::::::::::: ::::::::::.:..'. .,.'.::::'.:::..':'i!'i'! li  '*:':":' i<, ,: !!: ii: !.:...:: .i::i:..'::i:,::! i::. ...... .......... i:-.-. ::.-.-.-.- ..ii,.i: ............. ................ .i i!i! i ..:. :!: i,:.:| i. i :" : ': "..!!!if!iii!ili!ii!iiiii ,. ........ ...+:.,.,$::..%.:q::.:.::::::: .,.:q. ..: ' .:.q..::.:...x:" :'-.::.,:.::.q.%:.:.:.+:.,:.:.:.:,. FREE Redken 9 oz. Shampoo with perm. (0ffet Good Month of February) Call for appointment today! 755-7233 MILY HAIR CARE orner 812 CHATBURN HARLAN 755-7233 Just What Your Windows KIM WEGENER / Harhn Newspapers Valentine Day royalty crowned at BMH Hildreth Larsen and Clarence Freund were crowned Valentine Queen and King respectively at the Baptist Memorial Home on Valentine's Day. The royalty reigned over the party held Tuesday night. A candlelight dinner was held with Mr John Lusk, BMH adminstrator, playing love songs on the piano. The Job Corp Clowns from Denison provided entertainment. From left: Queen Hildreth and King Clarence with John Lusk. ) Family planning clinic scheduled for Feb. 23 The HCMS (Harrison, Crawford, Monona and Shelby) Public Health Family Clinic will be held on Feb. 23 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Harlan Doctors' Clinic. Services include Pap smear, pelvic and breast exam by physician, counselling, preg- nancy test and dispensing of birth control supplies to HCMS family planning clients. Appointments must be made prior to the clinic by calling the public health nurse office, 755-3851. Walk-ins cannot be accomodated. This service is available to all residents of Shelby and surrounding counties regard- less. of income. Fees are charged according to a sliding fee based on client income. INSURANCE FACTS From: JUDIE AHRENHOLTZ Waiti g For! fatalities per l ,000 workers. n This speaks well for im- proved safety in the work place. Manufactured in Waverly, IA, these | industry-leading designs are now I available in extra-large samples, making your interiordesign job eas- ier than eyed INSURANCE FACTS hiD. 168 Although the U.S. labor force totalled only 58,900,000 in 1950, there were 15,500 fatalities in the workplace. During 1980, with 97,300,000 employed, Have Been thor were only 13,000 fatali- ties - almost 50% fewer ..,:! :: ' .!. .. ":... ,.  :/;"'. 'i'..':.. :' .*: :':':'' : ' , .'.2. "Harian's exclusive window treatment center'* 1107 7lh Street, Harlen, 755.2792 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE 755-5195 Same day color reprints at Herlen Tribune KIS Photo Cepter. As fast as one.hol]r service available. Complete photo processing and fast, personal service right here in HarlanI Guaranteed Quality! SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON: Sofas Mattresses GIRL - Mr and Mrs Doug Dollen of Denison are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 14, 1989. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 3/4 ounces, and has been named Brittney Maria. Her grandparents are Mr and Mr Bill Morris of rural Har- lan, and Mr and Mrs Vernon Dollen of Persia. Great grand- parents are Velmon Dollen of Persia. Her great great grand- mother is Erna Ramsey of Persia. GIRL- Dan and Sandra Dickman of Woodbine an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Joni Lee. She was born Feb. 14, 1989 and weighed 7 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces. Joni joins Jamie, 8, Mark, 4, and Paul, 2. Her grandparents are Mr and Mrs Harold Dickman of Woodbine, and Mr and Mrs Leonard Ehlers of Dunlap. Joni's great grandparents are Mr and Mrs Henry Dickman of LaVista, NE. BOY. Robert and Mary Webb of Portsmouth anoance the adoption of a son. He has been named Robert (Bobby) Henderson Webb Jr. His grandparents are Mrs Mary Claude Webb, Joe J. Webb and Mr and Mrs Walter D. Partee all of Georgia. His great grandmother is Martha A. Partee of Georgia. rllll//ll///I////////I//tlttlll/ll. Area College News r .................... - ........... ' Jane Scudder, a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, is currently substitute teaching in the Lawton, OK., Public Schools. She received a bachelor of sci- ence in elementary education degree in Dec. 1987. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael Assmann, Harlan, and a 1983 graduate of Harlan Community High School. 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