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48 YEARS AGO Feb. 6, 1941 I. H. Stofferson has added another new truck to his fleet. He now operates three trucks, all new, two of them being truck-tractors. Assisting Mr Stofferson as drivers are Stocky Nielsen and Reno Stofferson. Shelby, the pre-tourney favorite, smashed their way thru the county tournament last week to capture the county crown. Tennant was unable to offer a serious threat to Shelby and came out a " their poor second best, 43 to 16. Irwin came back in an over- time period to nose out Har- fan iu the battle for the con- solation cup, 21-18. Horses brought top prices at the Nels A. Soren- son farm sale west of Harlan on Monday. Auctioneer E.J. "Slim" Hulsebus sold a team of 2 and 3 year old colts for $252 and sold an April suck- ling for $66, one of the high- est prices paid for colts in several years. 20 YEARS AGO Feb. 6, 1969 AI Krogstad, president of Squealer Feed Company and Squealer Grain Company, recently announced the acqui- sition of all of the stock in newest corporation, Squealer Feed Company of Des Moines, Sheldon How- erter, executive vice president of the Squealer Companies, has been named General Manager of the Des Moines operation. Elk Horn High held their Sno-Hop January 18. The theme was Winter Won- derland. JoNell Steen was crowned queen and Rick Lange was crowned king. At- tendants were Mary Gude, Becky Larsen, Sheryl Ras- mussen, Verlee Paulsen, A1 Hansen, Gerry Hemmingsen, Randy Lange and Bruce I-Iansen. Three new faces are present at the Shelby county courthouse this year. New of_ ricers are David B. Moore, County Attorney; Leonard Grimsley, Clerk of Court; and Mrs Ted Williams, county recorder. Moore and Grimsley defeated their Democratic op- ponents in the last election with Mrs Williams appointed Recorder, replacing Elmer Buss who recently announced his retirement. SPECIAL CALF &amp; YEARLING SALE Thursday, Feb. 23, 12:30 Sharp Expecting 2100 to 2400 head. All cattle will be farmer owned and represented as so. No trader cattle. CALVES Charolais, Angus, Simmenta! xbred steers & heifers, fancy, green, reputation calves are green tagged, vaccinated and boostered for clostridial group, IBR, PI3, haemophilus, BVC, Ivomec, Bovine Resp., calves were poured 3 weeks Bi:TTIB ago for lice. 650-725 Ibs., Ed, Paul Meeves & Sons, Dunlap Charolais, Angus, Simmental, W LImotisin xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, fancy, reputation, 675-750 Ibs., Earl & Marvin Hinrichsen, Moorhead Charolais, Angus, Limosin, Simmen- tal xbred steers & heifers, green tag- ged, fancy, 625-675 Ibs,, Dew City Charolais-Angus xbred steers & B&T4B heifers, 10 way vac., green, fancy, -r- reputation, 575-650 Ibs., Odebolt Mixed xed st,s & heifer,, we, ed, vac. sll ays, grass specials, 400- 500 Ibs., Dew City Charolals xbred steers & heifers, U weaned, vac. grass specials, 475-550 Ibs., Westside Llmousln-Angus-Simmental xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, grass specials, 525-600 Ibs., Oenison W Mixed Slmmental xbred steers & heifers, vec., strictly green, 575-625 Ibs., Adhur Simmental xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, fancy, 500 Ibs., Vail YEARLINGS Black, BWF, exotic Hereford xbred steers, vac. all ways, 615-775 Ibs., Cushing, weather permitting Mixed xbred steers & heifers, vsc. all ways, green, 575-675 Ibs., Battle Creek Limousin-Angus-Hereford xbred heifers, green tagged, grass specials, 550-625 Ibs., Dew City Simmental xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, 550-650 Ibs., Irwin Angus xbred steers & heifers, vac. all ways, 450-550 Ibs., Irwin Angus steers & heifers, fancy, green, reputation, green tagged, 600 Ibs., Irwin Simmental xbred steers & heifers, vac. all ways, green, 575-625 Ibs., Boyer Simmental xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, fancy, 625-700 Ibs., Dew City Angus-Saler xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, reputation, 600-650 Ibs., Doris Wit1 Charolis xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, fancy, 625-675 Ibs., Battle Creek Mixed xbred steers & heifers, strictly green grass specials, 500-600 lbs., Sohleswlg Charoleis-SimmentaI-Limousin xbred steers & heifers, green tagged, grass specials, strictly green, fancy, 475- 525 Ibs., Denison D Mixed xbred heifers, running in stalks, vec. all ways, open, green, 600-650 Ibs., Manning Mixed yearling heifers & steers, in smaller consignments D Mixed steers & heifers, 400-600 Ibs., 120 preconditioned, Odebolt farm For free appraisals or for latest consignments call 712.263.3149 Barn, 263-6644 JR or 748.4321 Erv Sr. DENISON LIVESTOCK AUCTION Denison, Iowa i i i lu i i i 10 YEARS AGO Feb. 8, 1979 Monte Hough, voted most valuable player in Class A, tossed in 26 points Sunday night to power the Burmeister Farm Store team of Harlan to a title-clinching 78-66 victory over Portsmouth at the 46th annual Western Iowa Independent cage tourney in Earling. Jim Reinig and Rick Gau had 26 and 22 points, re- spectively, for the runners-up. Members of the Harlan Community High School marching band rehearsed in the hig.h school gym in preparauon for the band's trip this coming weekend to Dis- neyworld near Orlando, Florida. The band will be marching in the 12:30 p.m. parade in the Magic Kingdom on Sunday, Feb. I 1. The trip is being sponsored by the Harlan Band Parents organization. Re-elect officers Arnold R. Christensen, Howard Dahlof and James Jus- tice were re-elected to serve a three-year term on the board of Shelby County Farmers Mu- tual Insurance Assn. at their annual meeting Feb. 11. Norman Mathiasen was elected president and Robert Lansman vice-president. Lois Dresen will continue as secre- tary-treasurer. SOCIAL SECURITY REP. IN HARLAN Each 4th Wednesday of month, at Court House from 9:30 to 12 noon. Toll free number is 1-800-678.4561. AvoHa students shine in reading program Many students from AvoHa Elementary School were pre- sented with gold and silver medals and certificates of achievement for their accom- plishments in the World Book Partners in Excellence Reading Program. The students read a total of 3,163 books in a seven-week period. Students were honored at a special presentation, Feb. 13, at the elementary school. The reading program is de- signed to help schools encour- age and develop a greater inter- est in reading among children. Students who took part in the program agreed to read a mini- mum of seven books in a seven-week period. With the collected money the elementary will be able to re- place some reference materials with eight sets of World Book Encyclopedias, eight sets of Childcraft books, and 51 dic- tionaries suited for grades one through third. The AvoHa Elementary school would like to thank the community for their great sup- port in sponsoring students in this project. NOTICE 3-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your subscription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 3-89 that means your paper expires this month and will be stopped on March 1, 1989. weeken6 tlPs Pidw. N4 nz-s; RECtPI|NT Of 14S NEWSPAPEn AWAIIO$ SINCE im Subscription rite, yr. 120 & $:15 NE" vs ADVERTISER Summer job applications available Applications for the Summer Youth Program regarding em- ployment for youth ages 15 to 21 may be picked up at the lo- cal Job Service office, from a school counselor or the Job Training Parmership Agency at 310 W. KanesviUe Blvd., first floor, Council Bluffs. App!i- cants must be econon" ally disadvantaged. Deadline is March 15, 1989. TUNE IN TWICE A DAY •..OR MORE • Local News eSports Scores eAdvertising ---and more--- ! Don't ex yourself... tO monoxide a worn oul Stop free phone quality. Domestic Mufflers 0il $22" to s49" Filter & Installed & guaranteed for 1 year on moat cars & pickups. Ufelime guarantee also available. Transmission Service General Motors • C., We replace pen gasket, transmission filter & change Iransmission fluid. Dual Exhaust & Custom Pipe Bending Service FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY IN HARLAN. HARLAN HOUSE. LTD. 714 CYCLONE HARLAN PETSCHE PLUMBING & HEATING LENNOX PULSE- STATE OF TIE ART • an, heat exchanger work jeer m w, beer ... and save on gad and money. ,, Gas: America's best energy, value'--..x--"" PETSCHE PLUMBING & HEATING 721 MARKET, The "Do It Yourself' Center Over 28 Years in Business LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE *owo OH,C*O Form No. 632 u*r pA.¢OTT t soHs co p.909 PROPOSED _ Harlan Community SCHOOL DISTRICT BUDGET SUMMARY NAME -- District FISCAL YEAR 1989-90 (Co. -- NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BUDGET ESTIMATE Fiscal Year July 1, 1989 - June 30, 1990 The Board of Direc- tors of Harlan Comm. Schools, Shelby and Harrison County will conduct a public hearing on the pro- posed 1989/1990 School budget at Harlan High School - Board Room - Super- intendent's Office on March 13, 1989, be- ginning at eight o'clock p.m. At the public hearing any resident or tax- payer may present objections to, or ar- guments In favor of, any part of the pro- posed budget. This notice represents a summary of the sup- porting detail of rev- enues and expendl- tures on file with the district secretary. A copy of the supple- mental detail will be furnished upon re- quest. IEVENUES & OTHER FINANCING SOURCES Grand Total District Cost 1 Less State Foundation Aid 2 Plus Cash 3 Plus Propery Tax Voted for Enrichment 4 Less Secretary's Balance to Reduce Taxes S GENERAL 5,475t967 2,981r525 213,128 0 I CAPITAL PROJECTS DEBT SERVICE BUDGET 1990 J RE-ESTIMATED 1989 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX!XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX×XXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX xXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXX× Equals Taxes to Be Levied on Property Misc. Revenue 7 Enrichment Income Surtax 8 State Foundation Aid 9 Subtotal Revenues 10 Other Financing Sources: Term Debt Proceeds 11 2.707,570 717.116 0 2.g81.525 6,406.211 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 74,800 0 10,400 0 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 85.200 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 0 0 2,782,370 2,597,064. 727,516 749,717 0 0 2,981,5.25 2.726.056 6,491,411 6.072.837 0 0 O matin Transfer Proceeds of Fixed Assets Sales Total Revenues & Other Sources EXPENDITURES & OTHER FINANCING USES: Operating: General Education 12 13 14 15 Career Education 16 Skill Development 17 Special Education 18 Co-Curricular Activities 19 Continuing Ed. Comm. Service Student Service Procjram Instructional Support General Administration 2O 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Central Support AEA Su.port - Direct to AEA Tort Liability_ Unem Io ment Com ensolion Early Relirement Debt Service Co ital Proects fi,hOfi211 2,565t564 387,058 170,000 425.000 107.000 3.000 515.500 222.500 60R.000 814,000 310.017 86,600 2.000 29 3O o o 85.200 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 20. 200 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 0 130, ono 0 0 0 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX I XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXi XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX×XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX o XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 0 0 6,491,411 2,565,564 387,058 170,000 425,000 07,000 3,o00 515,500 222.500 608.000 814,000 310,017 86,600 2,000 20,200 0 130,000 0 0 6.072.837 2,381,900 427.400 168.523 424.742 104.500 3.000 501.510 ?5R:RO 882.914 ,,, 303.395 o 2.000 0 155,000 -* Subtotal Expenditures (/// '" / " / Other Financing Uses:  Secretory Total Expenditures g Other Uses Excess of Revenues & Other Sources Over February 131989 & Other Uses B.._eF und Balance - July 1 Ending Fund Balance - June 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 6,23,6,,1,4,39 0 ,236,',439 169,772 297.531 47.303 130,000 0 130,000 (44,800) 130,174 85.374 0 0 0 0 0 0 6,3166,439 0 6,197,114 0 6,366,439 124,972 427,705 552,677 6,197,114 (124,277) 551.982 427.705 Proposed Tox Ro,e Per $},000 Vo[uotion $ 10. 82599