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AT JAYCEE BANQUET -- Guest speaker Ronald Philips of NASA(left) in left photo, looks with Jaycee President Frank Hopp(center) at the Certificate of Appriciation presented to Jaycee Internal Vice-President Larry Petersen. Philips, who was honored in 1967, as one of the nation's "outstanding young men" by the Jaycees, spoke on the latest Apollo 9 space shot and the relationship of NASA's technological advances with everyday living. Congressman William Scherle(right) in right photo is talking with AI Krogstad, 11arlan, following the banquet. In background are Rep. Alfred Nielsen, Defiance, and Leo Mores, publisher of the Harlan Newspapers. Scherle spoke briefly to the crowd and introduced the guest speaker. He was a "special guest" of the Jaycees Friday night. See story on page 1. Y may be a winner The list of door prizes to be awarded during e IDEAS FOR TODAY Homemakers School growing steadily each day. The free omemakers School, sponsored by the ttarlan ewspapers in conjunction with national and cal sponsors, will be held at the Veterans iemorial Auditorium on March 27 beginning at 30 pro. Last season  homemakers attended arian's session of the Homemakers School. ere is a great deal in store for those attending e 1969 tt()memakers School. The new IDEAS DR TODAY cookbook will be distributed free each homemaker. It is loaded with new :ipes. The home economist conducting the ogram. Miss Karen tiastings, will be "'monstrating numerous recipes, all from the lEAS FOR TODAY cookbook. Everyone attending the show will receive a ,w digned, gaily colored, shopping bag. This II contain coupons for numerous items "ailable at: your favorite supermarket. In ad- tion, there will be recipe leaflets and product mples. Each homemaker will receive a registration rd as she enters the auditorium. This will title her to be eligible for the many door prizes be given away at the ttomemakers School. fly those in attendance may claim prizes ring the door prize drawings. There will be gs of groceries given on behalf of the sponsors the show. Some of the other prizes include linless steel mixing bowls from Speed Queen, ecialty cookbooks from Pan American and ue Bonnet Margarine, and traveling bags from ,n American. In addition there will be many prizes given i A Mass of the Resurrection was held Friday )rning at SL Michael's church, Harlan, for hn Greiner, 87, Harlan, who died March 5 at trtue Memorial ttospital. Burial was at Harlan metery. :Otss Ka00e.n . . coo00 sd00ooZ by local merchants. Make your plans to attend this Homemakers School, one of a few of its kind in the country. Should you belong to a Women's Club or other special group, encourage the members of your club to attend. There is no admission charge -- an en- tertaining evening has been planned for you. ii i I I Concert Ass'n. seeks funds for new piano The board of directors of the Harlan Concert Association believe that it's difficult to ask a Metropolitan Opera star and her accompamst to perform in Harlan with less than a good quality piano. The need for a grand piano that the Concert Association and Harlan Community Chorus could use has prompted the board of the Concert Association to initiate two new catagories of support, patrons and sponsors, in the hope of Sta-Bilt gets bid for Pott. Co. work COUNCIL BLUFFS -- Sta-Bilt of Harlan submitted Thursday to the Pottawattamie county Board of Supervisors the lowest of six bids for the seal coating and stabilization of 25.234 miles of County roads. Supervisors delayed awarding of the con- tract until March 13 at 9:30 a.m. pending cer- tification of approval of the firm by the Iowa Highway Commission. Sta-Bilt submitted a bid of $63,805.86 for the contract. Next lowest was E. C. Henningsen of ervices held Friday )r John Greiner, 87 Predict stronger prices for soybeans in summer He is survived by four sons, Larry, Jerry, {)nard, and Bob, all of ttarlan. There are 15 andchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. He is o survived by one brother, Nicholas, Ran- lph, Neb., and two sisters, Rose L. Leinen, wlan and Elizabeth Mages, Kansas City, Mo. THERE'S A GOOD CHANCE central Iowa soybean prices will range from $2.55 to $2.63 a bushel in the late spring and early summer, according to a farm price specialist at Iowa State University. This prediction was made by Bob Wisner, extension economist. He noted that on Jan. 31 there were already 430 million bushels of soybeans under price support, including beans under loan, reseal and CCC inventory. "Comparing this with the anticipated 1969 carryover and allowing for a small amount of "free" pipeline stocks, it appears that a sizable amount of beans will need to be redeemed from price support later in the year. This should bring prices a little above the loan rate," he added. CENTRAL IOWA bean prices in mid- February were about $2.47 per bushel, 10 cents less than a year earlier and approximately 3 cents" under the loan rate. Wisner said the main factors influencing prices this season have been the record 1968 crop, heavy movement under price support loan and the longshoreman's strike at Atlantic and gulf seaports. "Movement of soybeans under loan has been unusually heavy this season, which is not sur- prising with prices a little below the loan rate and with all beans eligible for loan. By the end of January, almost 306 million bushels of 1968 crop beans were under  loan, compared with 183 million bushels on the same date last year," he observed.- Present USDA estimates place soybean use for the current marketing year at 931 million bushels, up 3 percent from the previous year but well below the record 1968 crop, Wisner said. DOMESTIC SOYBEAN MEALDEMAND is expected to increase slightly due to expanded livestock  and poultry production and some government purchases of cottonseed meal. On the export side, competition from fish- meal and sunflower seed oil has eased somewhat, the farm economist noted. Set- tlement of the dock strike will also figure in movement of exports. Longshoremen at New York, New Orleans and several other parts returned to work in late Feb. after an eight-week strike. Wisner said present utilization prospects point to a 315 million bushel carryover d. creating a surplus that could be used to purchase a grand piano, said Guy Harris, president. Next season Harlan will not only be visited by "'Met" star Rosalind Hupp, who will require a "good" piano, but also "The North Strings" trio, a oiano, violin and cellist, which will include piano solo work, Harris said. Also "The Cor- men", a-male octet, will be backed by piano. Only flamenco guitarist Adonis Puertas will not require a piano in next seasons concert series. ttarris announced that nearly $250 will be spent this year for piano rental and tran- sportation. The names of individuals, businesses and organizations who contribute as patrons ($25) and sponsors ($5) would be inserted in the programs o! all tour concerts next season. The Concert Association membership drive is in progress until March 12. (Unsigned letters to this column will not be Lr, ted - identity of writer must be known and :racity assured. However, under special luest, name may be withheld from publication th the letter, and a pen name used but identity st be known to the editor.) i! Atlantic with $67,659.85. Others and their bids: Gee Construction Co., Shenandoah, $73,938.16; Hallett Construction, Boone, $76,927.35; Manatts Construct)on, Brooklyn, Iowa, $71,903.11 and Michels Con- struction Co., Omaha, $70,783.14. Included in the projects to be stabilized and seal coated is the road from the Loveland In- terchange to DeSoto Bend, a distance of 5.14 miles, and a stretch of road through Weston. The remainder of the projects are in the area around Council Bluffs. County Engineer Paul Mahoney said the work is to star( April 15 and be completed by July l. J The contractor will be required to furnish, haul and apply a "cut back" asphalt and coarse said to the roads. The project sites are of various lengths. They were selected due to the heaviest traffic and density of homes. Fischer v-p of la. Monument Builders soybeans next September, nearly 150 million bushels more than a year earlier. However, he added, the increase would be almost entirely in stocks under price support. -- PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 755-3111 -- Earl Fischer, ttarlan, has been elected vice- president of the Monument Builders of Iowa at their annual convention Feb. 27-28 in Des Moines. Fischer owns the Harlan Monument Works in Harlan. ***/r/r* Veterans 65 years of age or older number two million and make up eight per cent of all veterans. By 1985 this group will total five million and form 19 per cent. .':.::: ::::::: ::: ::::::: ::: :::::i:i :!:i :i:i:i:i: i:i:i:i:i:i: i:i:i: :: i:::i:::: .'.:::i :::::::::::::::::::::::: .": . :: .": ::?-!: :::':.:;:.>:. : ::.'.:; .::.: ::::;:-:: :::. :::: :-:: WS:;::::::::: i:.>..::.:.:.:.:.::::.:.:.:..:.:..:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:..:.:.::.:.:.:.::::.::.:.:::.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::.:.:4:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::: ... 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In back: Mrs Ken (Barb) Judd, Mrs Galen (Barb) Plumb, Mrs Ron (Linda) Thraen, Mrs Jerry (Nancy) Lytle, Mrs Verle (Cookie) Doonan, Mrs Don (Jackie) Coenen, Mrs Larry (Connie) Petersen, and Mrs Charles (Judy) Summers. See story. Annual Easter Seal campaign underway "With record numbers of children with handicaps applying to the Easter Seal camp, Camp Sunnyside, the need for increased Easter Seal funds is greater than ever this year," Cliff Haskell, county chairman, said today. "Camping and recreation are essential to the normal social development of any child who is separated in any degree from ablebodied children," he said. "So it is of more importance than ever before that the Easter Seal Campaign this year be given generous support by the people of Shelby county. "Camping gives many crippled children their only chance for first-hand knowledge of DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS State vs Edward J. Wiiwerding, Defiance, overweight on axle. Judge Bennett Cullison fined the defendant $124.30 in March 3 district court. State vs Forrest Hansen, Harlan, overweight on axle (two charges). Judge Cullison fined the defendant $124.30 on the first charge and $175.71 on the second charge in March 3 court. NEW CASES IN DISTRICT COURT PETITION AT LAW. A. H. Savereide, administrator of estate of Kathryn Schechinger, deceased, plaintiff, vs Catherine E. Rosenthal, Omaha, defendant. Plaintiff states defendant obtained power of attorney from plaintiff, Kathryn Schechinger, and took $3,332 from her. bank account Nov. 25, 1968. The plaintiff, Kathryn Schechinger died Dec. 11, 1966. Ad- ministrator Savereide demands judgement of $3,332 against the defendant. LICENSE TO WED Arden I. Jorgensen, Mason, Storm Lake. Newell and Ann JUSTICE COURT CASES J. Bruce Potter, J.P. City cases: Ercell A. Fortney, Atlantic, speeding, $15 (automatic 60- day suspension of license). County cases: AUgust Sehnuttgen, Defiance, no safety chain, $5. A. il. Savereide, J.P. City cases: Timothy L. Heilig, Audubon, excessive noise, $5 and Don Gessert, Harlan, speeding, $10 County cases: Charles Wearmouth, Audubon, reckless driving, $10o. NEW VEHICLES REGISTERED Bruce A. Pauley, Harlan, Jaguar. Richard V. Schiernbeck, Harlan, Dodge. Bernard C. Stinn, Harlan, Dodge truck. David D. Ahrenholtz, Harlan, Buick. Jannis E. Soper, Harlan, Chevrolet. Squealer Feed Co., Harlan, International truck. Orv Rocker Ford, Harlan, Ford. Jon J. Burmeister, Harlan, Pontiac. Lake Petersen, Harlan, Buick. Alfred J. Pauley, Panama, Chevrolet. Richard A. Cavanaugh, Harlan, Ford. Richard K. Robinson, Shelby, Shelby-Cobra. Bernard H. Van Duyn, Harlan, Mercury. Art Doran Olds-Cad., Harlan, Oldsmobile. Jack R. Knudsen, Harlan, Ford. Harlan Mfg., Harlan, Ford. E. M. Christensen Auto Co., Harlan, Chevrolet. Tobias Selmer Hodne, Manilla, Riverside motorcycle. Louis J. Koch, Earling, Plymouth. COMING TO VETERANS AUDITORIUM March 15 -- Kiwanis wrestling; 18 -- Quin- County Band Concert; 19 -- Kiwanis film showing; 25 -- H-Club Donkey basketball; 26 -- Pork Producers banquet; 27 -- Newspaper Cooking School; April 6 -- Easter services; 9 -- Concert Association program; 16 -- School band concert; 26 -- Harlan high school Prom; and 30 -- Concert Association program. nature, living, learning and playing with children," Haskell said. 'INDEBTED TO MANY' "We are indebted to so many individuals organizations. The Harlan Jaycee-Ettes and Irwin Lassies 4-H Club for example. It's possible to properly thank such people," said. Miss Janelle Peterson, Harlan, co-chairman for Shelby county. Mrs Fischer is Finance chairman. Other chairmen are: Mrs Edwin Goeser ] Defiance and Union Township; Mrs Langenfeld for Earling; Mrs Kenneth Pott Elk Horn and Clay Township; Mrs Wigness for Harlan ; Mrs Virgil Carter for and Greeley Township; Mrs Gerald Lapke Panama and Washington Township; Mrs brose Wehr for Portsmouth and Cass Mrs Raymond Davis for Shelby and Township; Mrs John Wageman for and Westphalia Township; Mrs for Jacksonville and Jackson Township; Raymond Dinesen for Center Township; Leonard Dinesen for Douglas Township; Jack Schnack for Fairview Township; Mrs ' Summerfield for Grove Township; Mrs Campbell for Jefferson Township; Mrs Errett for Lincoln Township; Mrs Earl Monroe Township; and Mrs Marvin Nielsen Polk Township. HOPES FOR MORE Haskell said that the Easter Seal Iowa hopes to have more crippled camp this year than the 310 who attended the day session in 1968. But he cautioned register their children early because of creased demand. Under the supervision of Barney camp director, a staff of trained experienced in working with crippled will direct a program of activities swimming, boating, nature lore, forest servation, photography, arts and crafts night campouts, camp fires, and especially adapted to the youngsters and adults. This is all made possible by Easter Seals. Give so that a crippled adult may enjoy 12 days of "Fun in the Sun". - ACCIDENTS- ONE PERSON WAS HOSPITALIZED two-car accident at the intersection of 12tl Chatburn March 4, 4:45 p.m. Mrs Anna Wohlhutter, Harlan, was taken to Memorial Hospital with neck injuries. to Officer John Erickson's accident report, a driven by Mrs Wohlhutter collided with driven by Duane Errett, 26, Harlan. There an estimated $400 damage to the Errett car $500 to the Wohlhutter auto. Mrs Wohlhutter charged with failure to yield right-of-way. NO CHARGES were filed in a two-car cident at the intersection of the Ninth Streets March 5, 12:30 p.m. According Al Wirtz's accident report, a car Bernard Wolf, 44, Harlan, collided with a $ driven by Anker Eastergard, Harlan. There , an estimated $120 damage to the Wolf car estimated $50 to the Eastergard auto. No one injured. We are authorized dealers For adding machines and automatic printing multipliers OFFICE SUPPLY DEP1 HARLAN TRIBUNE Har an Tr bune