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ortsmouth News 3-1-89 Sunday a roast beef dinner will be held in the Commu- nity Hall from 11 a.m. till 1 p.m. First Eucharist C.C.D. classes will be held Sunday following 9 a.m. Mass until 11:15 a.m. At both Saturday eve and Sunday morning Masses at St. Mary&apos;s Church a special collection for M.I.C.A.H. in Co. Bluffs was taken up. Members of the town council will hold their busi- ness meeting March 6 at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall. GUESTS AT SOPHIES Guests Saturday at Sophia Schoemanns and Sr. Elaine were Fr. Bob of Des Moines; Member FDIC 405 Elm Avoca, Iowa 51521 (712) 343-2432 MONEY Li NE An Example of Current Rates: i i :3. Certificates of Deposit 6 month 9.30% 1 year 9.40% 2 year 9.55% 3 year 9.45% 5 year 9.45% 10 year 9.40% 0 Coupon Certificates of Deposit .< m @ u O e- z 750 9.05% 6-12-92 1000 660 9.15% 11-3-93 1000 500 9.20% 11-25-96 1000 330 9.20% 7-9-01 1000 250 9.30% 6-12-04 1000 d" $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Subject to .penalty for early withdrawal. I FDIC/FSLIC insured Minimum deposit required. I Integrated Resources Equity Corporation Members NASD & SIPC Sr. Josephine of Carroll; Charlie Goetzinger and Josephine Heller of Defiance; Max (Cecelia) Thygesen of Kirkman; Jim Katzers of Persia; Andy Pauleys and Julie of Panama; Guy Sonderman, Danny Pauley of Ankeny; Joan Smith of Omaha and Gene Schoemanns. John Ohlingers, Helen Reinig, Benny Goetzinger and Harold Leinen attended the Shelby County Historical meeting Sunday .afternoon at the museum in Harlan. Lawyer Bob Kohorst gave a talk explaining the Constitu- tion of U.S. Sunday guests at Dick Langenfelds were John Lan- genfelds and Katie, Leo Nau- jakalteses, Kevin and Alan and Marie Sondag all of Om- aha. Margaret Gross, Kate Plambeck, Lidwina Ran and Emma Lefeber attended the Shelby County senior citizen board meeting Monday morn- ing at the mealsite in Harlan. They also enjoyed dinner there before returning home. Phil Herkenraths Sr. were guests Sunday of her sister, Gene Powerses in Co. Bluffs. VIEW HOOVER DAM Dick Reinigs, Gaylen Pauleys, Ken Sneiders and Ken Slaven left Feb. 23 by plane from Omaha for Las Vegas, NV where they did sight seeing including touring the Hoover Dam. They re- turned to Omaha Feb. 26. The community received word of the death of Anna Bruck, 83, Sunday at Myrtue Hospital. Anna was a resident of Little Flower Haven and before going there was a life time resident of here. She was preceded in death by her par- ents, John and Margaret (Schmitz) Bruck. Jerry Waltzes, Nell Stern- bergs Sr., Vince Schmitzes, Don Leinen and Bob Grote went to Fort Dodge where they participated in the state 'K.C. bowling tournament Saturday and Sunday. Marilyn Leinen and Josh returned to Iowa City after visiting for a few days at her mother, Rite Leinen and other relatives in the area. CELEBRATE MOTHER'S BIRTHDAY Guests of Leonard Raus Sunday were their children: Leslie, Craig and Keri, Larry Attention BOAT OWNERS! O Renew Boat Registrations now to avoid penalties (Registration expires April 30, 1989) 2-Year Registration MOTOR OR SAIL: Less than 12'--$9 12' to less than 15'--$11 15' to less than 18'--$13 18' to less than 25'--$19 NO MOTOR-NO SAIL- S6 (any length) LINDA JACOBSEN Shelby County Recorder 755-5640 A Major Concern For Everyone... Nursing Home Costs A nursing home stay can cost as much as $3,000 per month! 5 BIG REASONS FOR NURSING COVERAGE 1. Medicare currently pays for less than 2% of Nursing Home Cost. 2. It can help protect your savings. 3. Offers affordable protection. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of SENIOR AMERICANS Full 100% Dtscount for Enroiknent of Slaoul. (Younger spouse enrolling same date) Up to $3600 per Month for Any LmI of Medlcally-Necesmry Care. You May Choose Benefits from the Rrst Day of Confinement. Nurstr Home Does Not Have to be Medlcnre Approved. lndudes $5000 Accidental Death Benefit. Coverage Available from ADe 55-84 Benefits Payable In Addition to Any Other Coverage. Benefits Provkled for Prescription Drugs. Waiver or Premium Includes: Skilled, intermediate, Custodial Care. 4. Covers Alzheimer's Disease. Guaranteed Renewable. 5. Premiums Do Not increase due to age. _. -A- Rated (Exce,ent) tW AM. Best. tXAB,UE: 0 . Dar msoo mr ! II ! 1N(IIO/ month), 4-year plan O-day eUmination i ,..,ac..m.* aLVla, TU andirllodin0HomeHealthCm'eatSG00 DIPOl lint :nD per month for one tuff year. ,%,..,k.Jqk./,IL 1%.Hlllk . ENROLLMENT OF SPOUSE Age Husband & Wife, Ages 65-69 COMBINED Total Premium: s864 Please rush me information concerning thla Nureing Care Plan Name City State ........ Zip - Phone Spouse Age CorNde(Bnt C4we o0vwaBe  by NN investors Le Ir4tx41.. CO., Inc.& Plmlltc FId441ty INauHIn CO  ovwlbge rely very in yt" Itlle. For detals, including exdu,"ons and Ikn,or. m your a0en Or v, dm to IM ompmy. I I i i I CLIP & SEND TO: Cornelison Insurance Agency 5167 So. 148 Circle Omaha, NE 68137 (402) 896-0910 (Connie) Mick family and Lance (Jolene) Jacobs of Om- aha; Dan (Joan) Schechinger family of Harlan and Randy (Ronda) Schaben family, helping their mother, Alice Ran celebrate her birthday. Sr. Elaine, Sr. Josephine of Carroll and Fr. Bob of Des Moines and Gene Schoe- manns attended the funeral Mass of their aunt, Lena Blum Saturday at St. Mary's Church in Panama. Fr. Bob was a con-celebrant and later returned to Des Moines. Sr. Josephine returned to Carroll Sunday. Larry Wendt left for home Sunday after visiting family here and his sister in Iowa City. ATTEND GAME IN FREMONT Phil Herkenraths Sr. were guests Saturday of their son, John Herkenraths at Fremont, NE, while there they attended the basketball gpmes at which their granddaughter, Thea par- ticipated. Saturday eve dinner guests of Stanley Martenses were Kent (Deb) Morgans, Jason, Amber and Holly, Lynn Martenses and Michael, Vic Morgans and Leta Morgan all of Harlan and Ed Stamps of Persia. The occasion was cel- ebrating the third birthday of Holly (Ken0 Morgan, also Deb Morgan's birthday. Members of the Jack Wendt family have been with Karen (Wendt) Burke of Olathe, KS at University Hospital at Iowa City, where she received a kidney, pancreas transplant. At this writing, Feb. 28, Karen is making a satisfactory recovery. Becky and Robyn (Dick) Reinig were guests from Wednesday until Sunday at their uncle and aunt, Marvin Leinens while their parents were vacationing. PEGGY DOING WELL Relatives and friends have been visiting Peggy Leinen at her home where she is mak- ing a satisfactory recovery from her serious surgery. Don Rosenows (Lois) of Tipton visited over the week- end with her mother, Mrs Dick Gau here, also her father Dick Gau and his mother Loretta Rosenow at Baptist Home. They returned to Tip- ton Sunday eve. Alma Bruck will be hostess at her home March 7 in the afternoon for members of the Circle. Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. St. Mary s Regional school board meeting was held in St. Mary's rectory here. HOME FROM TEXAS Leonard Brucks arrived home Monday, after spending a two months winter vacation at Almo, TX. They also did some sight seeing in that area. Kate Plambeck, Bill Plato- becks Sr., John (Mary) Herkenraths and Thea of Fre- mont; Bob (Jan) Mortensens of Shelby; Lori Plambeck and Dan Reinig were dinner guests Sunday at Bob (Patty) West family in Co. Bluffs, honoring the birthdays of three sisters, Mary Herken- rath, Jan Mortensen and Patty West. Relatives here received word of the death of Albert Fahn, 84, of Panama at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha, Monday. Relatives and friends from here attended the funeral of Leo Blum Saturday at Panama. 3-1-89 Franklin Oppolds spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs Bob Muenchrath family in Des Moines. Mrs Franklin Op- pold's brother, Bob Stessman and wife joined them for din- ner Sunday at Bob Muenchraths. CELEBRATE CORNELIA'S BIRTHDAY Bernard Swensons, B.J. Bruck and Andrew Moon of Harlan were Saturday after- noon and eve dinner guests of Matt Reinigs and Josephine Schomer. Bernard Swensons brought the dinner and all .celebrated Cornelia Reinig's birthday. Celestine and Geraldine Mischo accompanied Franklin Oppolds to Des Moines Sat- urday and spent the weekend with their sister, Mary Helen Wegner and daughters, Rose Marie and Mary Ellen. Franklin Oppolds also visited with Mary Helen and Rose Marie. All returned home Sunday eve. Lloyd Donns of Woodbine; Dresens and Helen Wei- land all of Earling were Sun- day guests of Matt Reinigs and Josephine Schomer, helping Corenlia celebrate her birthday. She received phone calls from her daughter, Sharon Crouch and family of Woodbridge, VA from Hedda Schilz of Beaumont, CA and many other phone calls ex- tending birthday greetings. Ft. Bob Schoemann of Des Moines was a concelebrant at the funeral Mass of his aunt, Lena Blum in St. Mary's Church Feb. 25. While here he visited with other relatives. Pat Ratigans visited Friday with Mike Mahlberg at St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha. ARRIVED FROM GERMANY Sgt. First Class Jim Valentine, his wife, Moniea and their two sons, Brian and Adam arrived Tuesday from Hanau, Germany for a visit with their father and grandfa- ther, Earl Hastert. Joe Stracke of Omaha at- tended the funeral of Lena Blum and visited relatives here. Sr. Josephine Schoemann of Carroll attended the wake and funeral of her aunt, Lena Blum. Ed Chalupas and Mrs Susan Hickey and son, Scott of Omaha and Leonard Kays and daughters,, Elizabeth and Maria of Harlan and Sgt. First Class Jim Valentine and fam- ily of Germany were Sunday dinner guests of Earl Hastert. Afternoon visitors were John Mickelses. Eve visitors were John Reiszes of Dunlap. Sylvester Michelses and Cecelia Waltz visited with Fred Borkowskies at Harlan Saturday and also with pa- tients at Myrtue Hospital. Ryan and Kyle Weis of Earling spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Alfred See A Wingerts Jr. Hadan Larry Finkens, John Mick- Sat. elses and Walter Leuschens and Josephine Kwapiszeski atfended the Shelby County senior citizens meeting at the Harlan mealsite Monday. Hilda Fahn received word of the death of her brother, Al- bert. He died Monday at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha at 83. He is survived by a brother, Leonard of Harlan and two sisters, Millie Monahan of Omaha and Hilda of Panama. Wake services were held at Pauley Funeral Home and funeral services were Ed Thursday at St. Mary's Church, Panama. ATTEND IN George attended niece and cousin, and Trac Michael's Feb. 25, also and dance at Community Thursday. 13.4:9% Tax Ratt "Penalty for early withdrawl 748-3561 Member FDIC 6' ROGER C. ANDERSEN, SHIRLEY M. 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