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lllllllIiiiiiiilIilIi ! Iillllllll&apos;llllllIl Earling News 2-16-89 The Golden Circle (senior citizens) met at the parish hall Monday afternoon for their February meeting and winners of the jackpot were Wimpy Erlbacher and Sylvia Gaul. Door prize winners were Dorothy Sonderman, Thelma Gaul and Lene Erlbacher. Win- ning high at cards were Dorothy Sonderman, Lene Erl- bacher and Laverne Foxhoven; low at cards were Gustie Esser and Elvira Miller. Lunch was served. Funeral services were Mon- day for Bertha Heese, a resident of Little Flower Haven and formerly of Co Bluffs. She is survived by many nieces and nephews in the area. CELEBRATE 40TH ANNIVERSARY Gerald Bissens celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Saturday eve by attending mass at St Josephs church and then hosting a dinner at a Harlan cafe for family, brothers and sisters. Attending were Tom Heits of Evansdale; Bette Blevins, Bob Bissens, .Dale Bissen, Wichita, KS; Jerry Bissen, Chris Bissen, Ron Bissen, Jim Bissens, Florence Ohlinger, Harlan; Delbert Kohleses, Clem Arkfelds, Panama; Johnny Kelleys, Woodbine; Bill Smith and 2002 18TH STREET, HARLAN Here's your opportunity for that well-built brick ranch home you've always wanted. Four bedrooms, two-car garage with utility room, big kitchen, living room with fireplace, two bathrooms on main floor. Basement is carpeted and has bedroom and bathroom - great for kids or for entertaining. Call 755-5405 or 755-7375 for information. PRICED TO SELM Rev. Nelo Leto. Also Dave Blum, Panama; and Lyn Kruse, Harlan. Tom Heits and sons and Dale Bissen were weekend guests of Gerald Bissens. B.M. 3 Ron Bissen is spending a leave from the U.S. Navy at Gerald Bissens. He will begin classes March 2 at Pensacola, FL. Feb. 13 a sing-a-long was held at Little Flower. Gustie Esser was the pianist. The singers were Elvira Miller, Irene Leuschen, Mildred Bruck, Mary Helen Finken and Sally Kaufman. They also distributed Valentines to the residents. Feb. 13 the following people from Earling played cards with the residents of Little Flower in the eve: George Kenkels, Mary Gross and Karl, Leonard Tremels, Dorothy Graeve, Mick Beiker, Ryan Wilwerd- ings, Jeanne Graeve, Peg Stessman and Mary Ann Co- enen. FAMILY ARRIVES FOR FUNERAL Harvey Graeves of Houston, TX, arrived Wednesday to at- tend the wake and funeral of her mother, Alma Wilwerding. They returned to Houston Monday. Jim Wilwerding arrived home Monday eve from St Paul, MN, to attend the wake and funeral of his mother, Alma. Paul arrived Tuesday eve from Iowa City. Funeral ser- vices were Saturday. Gall Blocks, Breanne and Mike of Valley, N-E, were weekend guests of Rim and at- tended the funeral of their aunt, Alma. Frank Carrolls were also weekend visitors and attended the wake and funeral. Dick Lauxes of Ashland, NE, and Jack Dempseys of Omaha Planter Monitor Checkout During Our Open House DETAILS: Bring your DICKEY-john Planter Monitor or any planter Monitor Console manufactured for JOHN DEERE, CASE IH, WHITE or DEUTZ ALLIS to our Open House between 10:00 a.m. & 3:00 p.m. FACTORY AUTHORIZED CHECKOUT: A DICKEY-John Factory Service Representative will check out your planter monitor FREE OF CHARGE. If your monitor requires repair, it will be taken to an Authorized DiCKEY-John Service Center for repair and then returned. l'Im //. Get a head start on planting season with,.. /.2/f[ DICKEY-john's FREE PLmTER MONrrOR CHECKOUT. DI C KoEY;j ohri Thursday, Feb. 23, 1989 Free Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Register For Free Door Prizes See The, Tractors From Case IH On Display MAGNUM means more. II BLADE Special Promotion Ask For Details II Open House Bumt MnAL (. Part Specials Case IH Filter Special For 66 Series And Up, I . Pkg. of 2 Oil Filters, 2 Fuel Filters, I  I 1 Water Filter & 1 Hydraulic Filter --, "!g II II B U C K ' Other Filters Also On Special " " Batteries Sale Priced and Compereftj]. ! I - I.S.O. Ilydr Cha,,goOvcr And Tips 011 Sale -=. tl '' Hy Tran And Oil Bargain Pricedl UU . Specials On Sweeps, Shovels, Bolts, i{']I ] Mower Parts, Planter Disk Kits, Firming ! ;":-"'"!I Wheels And Drill Disk Kits While Supy Lasts. Special Parts Discounts Registration Open House Day Qualifies Buyer For Parts Discount Feb. 23-25 Save Now On Parts You Need To Get Rolling Early This Spring! Special Door Prize Drawing To Eligible Parts Buyers Day Of The Open House AVOCA IMPLEMENT O. all spent the weekend and at- tended services. VISITORS OF DOROTHY Richard Graeves of Omaha were Sunday visitors of Dorothy Graeve. Jim Graeve of Omaha was a weekend visitor. Tom Graeve of Plattsmouth. NE, and Ron Graeve of Omaha were Monday visitors and all attended the funeral of Bertha Heese, Monday at St Josephs church. Leo Biekers spent the week- end in Fremont, NE, at Dale Fleddermans and girls. lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllill]illlllililllll]lllllllll]lll]][ Kirkman News !1111.1 ............ i ............................................. 2-15-89 ATTEND WORKSHOP Adi Boettger (Steve) attended the Doughlas Do-rites girls 4- H meeting Saturday at the Kirkman Methodist church. They had a food and nutrition workshop. Forrest Adamses were guests of Lavem Anderson in Harlan Sunday afternoon to help Lav- ern honor his birthday. Kim Rasmussen (Jon) at- tended the confirmation class, Jewish Synagogue, in Omaha Friday eve. Ivan Fiscuses attended the W.R.S. Valentine supper at a local restaurant Friday eve. Leonard Kleins joined the group, Mrs Gene Baughman was hostess. Richard Petersens were Sat- urday eve supper guests of Ellsworth Shannons. Archie and Miss Thelma Pe- tersen visited Mrs Myrtle Miller in Harlan Sunday after- noon. Other visitors were Vern Petersens of Manilla and Ray Ferrys of Irwin. ENTERTAIN AT CARE CENTER A group of Kirkman Methodist church ladies enter- tained Wednesday at the Coun- try Care Center near Harlan. Ladies attending were Mmes Richard Petersen, Marvin Rasmussen, Gene Baughman, Jr. Holloway, Karl Hanson, Ellsworth Shannon. They served lunch, had Valentines and played games. Sunday afternoon Kim Ras- mussen (Jon) and Shilo Fiscus (Kelly) went bowling with other UMYF folks in Harlan. Mrs Anna Jean Ahrenholtz attended the Valentine dinner at the Church of Christ in Irwin Sunday. Wayne Fiscuses visited Lewis Kolbs at the Elk Horn home Sunday afternoon and James Whites in Harlan Sun- day eve. Russell Adamses were Friday eve visitors at Richard Pe- tersens. Archie Petersen visited Arlo McDowell at the Baptist home Sunday afWanoon. The Boy Scouts were recog- nized at the Kirkman Methodist church during'services Sunday morning. Sunday, Justin, Jeffrey and Jordan Petersen (Gaige) visited their grandparents, Gayle Pe- tersens while their parents were out of town. Benjamin (Rick) was there also. Randy Glasscock of NWMSU was a Saturday overnight guest of Gary Pe- tersen at his parents, Gayle Petersens. Leonard Kleins were Sunday visitors of Leo Hodapps at Westphalia. Gayle Petersens were visitors and supper guests of Ellsworth Shannons Saturday eve. Archie and Miss Thelma Pe- tersen attended the funeral of Mrs Sophia Petersen at Elk Horn Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Richard Petersen at- tended the L.N.O. club Wednesday eve at Mrs Judy Nielsens. Norris Olsons of Manilla were Sunday eve visitors and supper guests at Ellsworth Shannons. Ottumwa development summit set for May 15 Ottumwa - Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and the Ottumwa area development corporation has announced that Monday, May 15, 1989, will be the date for the first leg of the Ottumwa Economic Development Summit. On that day, Ottumwa business and civic leaders plan to travel to Washington, D.C. to meet with government agency representatives and discuss economic develop- ment efforts. "Next May, we'll have many agency officials engaged in a discussion of the area's future with many of the lead- ers of Ottumwa," Grassley said. "This personal contact is sure to prove invaluable in the years ahead as Ottumwa continues to grow and de- velop." Some of the federal gov- ernment agencies expected to participate include the Eco- nomic Development Administration, the Depart- ment of Housing and Urban Development, the Small Business Administration, and the Departments of Com- merce, Transportation, Labor, Interior and Defense, the Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency. During the second leg of the Summit, expected next fall, many of those same fed- eral officials will be flown to Iowa. 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