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] friends were entertained at the hme that day Van Aernam 56 years' held in Bra 4 i Kirkm News Club with Mrs Rex Adams as hostess IZriday The Hsrlan (Iowa) News-Adverflsar Mrs D.W. Humphreys accompanied Bob afternoon, and evening, eran church. '!l ! Man. Morning, March 10, 1969--Phone 755-3111 Shannons and girls to Des Moines Sunday and ,a n . Jack Shannon spent Saturday evening at the Carl Jensens and Pete Sees of Council Bluffs George Esbecks, P. K. PedersenS visited Robert Humphreys. Jack Wailes home in Manning. Following the spent Sunday with Mrs Christine Jepsen. P. Hansens were Sunday evening The annual stockholders meeting of the Hans H. Petersens. Everette Nelsons of Audubon were Sunday BY NANCY SHANNON Irwin-Audubon game at Carroll-Keumper, HarnsmaY!i;l_iel:gyi!!41n,  Events at Irwin dinner guests of Henry Paulsens. Garland Ellsworth Shannons were eoffee guests of the Marne and Elk Horn Telephone Company was Attendingapost-nuphalshower Barratts visited there Monday evening. Wailes. held Monday afternoon at the Elk Horn town iSysJterr Lyle Armentrouts and Lee and Earl Ar- The William Heilesen family and Ralph Denny Kenkels of Earling and Ronald hall. Two directors, George Christensen of by HELEN VAN ASSELT mentrout were Sunday evening visitors of Carl Doonans and Becky helped Arthur Heilesens Schiltzes of Dunlap visited Tony Appels Sunday Marne, and tfarold Hoegh of Brayton were re- and Bernice Armentrout. Clarence Jorgenson of celebrate their 49th anniversary Wednesday evening. . elected directors for a three-year term. The Omaha was a Monday afternoon visitor there, evening. Monday morning Mrs Gayle Petersen at- company is doing extensive underground cable i George Musefeldts were Sunday dinner Arlo Alwills and Mayer Knudsons visited Annette Ahrenholtz visited her parents, tended a P.T.A officers meeting at the Lutheran program and Up-grading party lines. New dial guests of Juluis Polezins in Manning. Thelma and Archie Petersen Sunday evening. Harry Ahrenholtzes for the weekend, parish home. equipment is being installed in Brayton. Un- Theatre operators praye The Dick Sorensen family were Sunday The Howard Clark family of Des Moines The Christiansens held a belated Christmas Mr and Mrs Wayne Fiscus visited Hans derground cables have been connected in Marne o arsal, Otzen and Mrs Walter Finley, both at Myrtue and over much of Elk Horn and Kimballton. attend onventloll of dinner guests of Hans Sorensens in Exira to were Sunday dinner guests of Homer Clarks. dinner Friday evening at the Earl Christiansen hospital, Saturday evening. When the project is completed the company will celebrate their anniversary and Mrs Hans Tony Sondag, son ofJohnSondagsenlistedin home. The Stanley Christiansen family, Kenneth have about 210 miles of underground cable. ,T'*,cn ," Sorensen's birthday. Christiansen family, Myron Sorensons and Jill, MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- S.J f.M Dick Sorensens attended the funeral of her the army and left Friday for Ft. Ord, Calif., to John Bauer of Harlan was a dinner guest of -J, Marc grandmother, Mrs Charles Phippen, 90 at Exira take his training, and Dr and Mrs Keith Plate of Nigeria, West Dale Dunns Sunda. H a :as Lavon Christiansens" and family visited Mrs OBSERVED 5,lth I[NNIVERSARY M K. Woodraska, Jr., operators f Chris Willadsens and Karen went to Manly Africa were present, and Harlan Drive-In Theatres, . 1 rue Tuesday afternoon, March 4. The Am. Legion Auxiliary will meet March Saturday and visited Don Petersens, Karen was Dale Dunns and boys visited Daryl Mullers Minnie Jacobs of Harlan Friday night. - ' Children of RonaldS'chiltzes of Dunlapspent Mr and Mrs Peter Reich of Elk Horn attend the 1969 Showmen's March.lJi/.,lni 10 at the community hall. Mrs John Steenhusen also honored at a shower while there, of Harlan Sunday afternoon. The Donald Davis family and Mary Goans Saturday evening and Sunday with their grand- celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary vention at the Radisson Hotel in Mi!/.,._ Feb. 25 when friends and where motion picture theatre oWir  and Mrs Walter Murray are hostessess. 5th BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mm2esoaherat::aDwk?asScuW:;t::ly! ' Merry Mixers met Tuesday morning as "a were Sunday dinner guests of Jack Schnacks at parents, Tony Appels. Tuesday evening, Harlan. Wayne Darlings and Connie and Cindy Dunn relatives visited them. ' , " , come as you are" surprise and fun breakfast at Tuesday evening guests of Carroll Kallvigs Raymond Mickels of Portsmouth visited attended the Boat and Travel Show in Omaha Mrs Virginia Petersen of Elk Horn was Mrs M(rrill Axlands. Fourteen members and for home-made icecream in honor of Jennifer's Leonard Kleins Sunday afternoon. Sunday. hostess to the Past Matrons club at her home the industry..of lq[ one guest, Mrs Skip Larson were present. After 5th birthday were tIoward Clarks, Howard The Bernard Wolhutter family were dinner Nancy Shannon was a guest of LinusRoths in Tuesday afternoon. Secret pal names were Backer and Woodraska are mAlt guel the business meeting the group painted and Mickelsons and Melvin Nelsons of Harlan. guests of Clarence Wolhugters of ttarlan Sunday. Carroll Sunday afternoon in honor of their revealed and officers were elected. Refresh- NATOof Iowa, a unit of the National.aho. l stained ceramics. Attending ttle wedding ofMadeline Andersen daughter, Beverly's Confirmation. menls were served at the close of the meeting. fenltea?trn e Ofn:hr: u;O:ponOroWltehrlefl  ,11 HEART FUND CI)I,LECTS $144.75 and Douglas Carlson at Des Moines Saturday Gayle Petersens have returned from a six- Relatives and friends visited Harvey i il!iu * Jackson 1 pTw' were: Marvin Rasmussens, Jon Rasmussens, day triptoAcapulco, Mexico. Traveling with the Nissens Sunday to help Mrs Nissen celebrate her The tleart Fund Drive in Irwin amounted to Earl Coxes and Mrs Michael Rasmussen. Petersens were Elliot Swensons and Olin birthday which was Monday, March 3. e 1' $144.75. Mrs Merrill Axland, chairman of the The Ken Hass family and Ken Richards Pashes. both of Harlan. While away the Petersen Jim Andersens entertained their children. II B Ad :, ,i: drive, selected the following ladies for the door to by MRS RAYMOND PETERSEN family were Sunday dinner guests of Elmer children stayed with their grandparents, Eddie and grandchildren Sunday in observance of her Sma us, m. F Petersens. birthday, which was Monday. Monday afternoon hi  door collections: Mmes Chris Wiig, Peter Swensons. Wednesday evening Dale Baughmans at- a group of friends were entertained in their At[ are Clinton Keinasts and family visited Art tended a U.R.S. supper held at the Chicken Hut home. Coming from out of town were Mrs Kate in antic, M A.Steenhusenc. ltse, Jr.,NellieViCtOrlekes,ClemonS,selmaClarenCesteckelberg,Olsn, Mines Orville Hansen, Kenneth Hansen and Keinasts in Jefferson Sunday. in Harlan. Jensen and Frank Lewis of Harlan. eni Juluis Wareburg. Kenneth Knudson. John Van Charles Larsen attended the Homemakers Lavon Christiansens and family visited Mrs s Asselt, Lyle Campbell. Adolph Olson? Carroll meeting at Elk Horn Tuesday night. Sadie Anderson at Harlan Sunday. Connie Dunn, daughter of Dale Dunns, at- Walter Bramers entertained Sunday in , Glen Petersens and boys visited his mother, Helping Gaylord Hielesens celebrate their tended the movie "Romeo and Juliet" at observanceThe DalefYoungher birthday,family visitedWhich waSher Monday.parents, ministration,ATLANTICDes--MoinesThe SmallRegionalBU 0 Kalivig and Richard Larson. nounced today that Loan Officetl  G "We wish to thank everyone," said Mrs Mrs Sena Petersen, at Myrtue hospital Friday anniversary at their home Sunday were Mr and Cinerama Center in Omaha with the C.Y.O. Axland, "for their contributions to the Heart night. Mrs Everett Eggerss and Ladonna of Avoca, Sunday afternoon. Eldon tf. Pelersens of Exira Sunday. a yllileVeniTho Fund." Ben Hansen visited Hans Otzen, Gus EldonChristiansenofKimballton, Vicki Eggerss Ellsworth Shannons and Jack visited Mrs A large group of friends and relatives at- Management Specialist from the t,rm "' Kenneth Thompsons and girls and Mrs Albertus and Hans Petersen, all patients at of Council Bluffs, Cheri Eggerss of Atlantic, Mrs Harper Shannon Sunday evening, tended a birthday party in the Eldon Ericksen Oft'ice will be in Atlantic Mend mKau y' "IL'2' home Sunday in observance of their son, Roger's Small businessmen in the area Wls Myrtue hospital, Sunday afternoon, Amanda Eggerss also of Avoca and Arthur r ................... . 10th birthday, terestedx;tah:sVt:X:u SwBAhpg'';, an ayle Hayward went t o Des MOins saturday Mrs Dalton Hoover of Guthrie Center and Heilesens. News from i i Mrs Esther Comstock in Tennant Saturday. tatives in the Assembly room of jmd saw the movie "Oliver" in observances of Mrs Larry Pete of Ames were Sunday dinner Sunday dinner guests of tester Crofts of .  I Walter Bramers were guests of her sister, to make 1 t I Marsha's 12th birthday. They also visited key. and Mrs C. Rinkle in the evening. Kenneth Thompsons and girls visited Russell Petersens ar Kimballton Sunday evening. |' Mrs Lillian Kinkennon and Jim were | Monday evening supper guests of Kenneth Thompsons. Rick Michaelsens of Dew City visited Sun- day evening in the Virgil Crouch home and Mrs Michaelsen remained to spend this week in the Crouch home. Virgil Crouchs left Thursday , March 6, from the Omaha airport for Los Angles, Calif., to visit their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Stevens. Her parents, Tom Doyles of Botna are accompanying them on the trip. Bob Armentrouts and Christina of Mar- shalltown spent last weekend in the Carl and Bernice Armentrout home. Jr. Olivers, Nancy and Scotty visited Merrill Arnolds in Council Bluffs Sunday. 16th BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Clarence Juhl and Dick were Thursday evening visitors of LaVerne Juhls and helped Roger celebrate his 16th birthday. The Irwin-Manilla Pinochle club met Monday night with Bob Walkers. At cards Mrs Henry J. Hansen received high and Mrs Merrill Axland 2nd high for ladies. Frank West received high and Robert Walker 2nd high for men. Robert Sliesters will host the club next. Sunday guests of LaVerne Juhls were Donald Lawler and son of Newton and Mrs Kenneth Mowery of Blair, Nab. Evening guests for home-made icecream were Clarence Juhl and Dick, John Juhls. Allan Petersens, tester Juhls of Missouri Valley and Richard Schwartes ind Ann of Harlan. Mabel Hiatt and Clarence Juhl accompanied LaVerne Juhls to Omaha. Monday, Clarence visited Lewis Juhl in Council Bluffs. Enroute home they visited tester Juhls in Missouri Valley. Pleasanl Valley Club met Friday afternoon with Mrs Charles Wooster Jr Thirteen members were present. A thank you note was read from Charlie Winsor. The members displayed the various handicraft they had brought. Mrs Lowell Nelson showed how to make a cluster of grapes. A contest was held and Mrs Carl Borkowski won. Lucky trays were held by Mines Charlie Winsor, Arid Alwill. LaVerne Juhl and Joe Rieman. Co- hostessess were Mrs Charles Wooster Sr and Mrs Richard Wooster. Norman Petersens were Saturday evening lunch guests of Warren ttansens. Hansens visited his mother, Mrs Trena Hansen at the Plaza in Manning Sunday afternoon and later were supper guests of Norman Petersens. N.L. Pinochle club met Monday evening with Mrs Howard Henry. Mrs Otto Buthman was a guest player. At cards Mrs Anna Larson received high and Mrs Goldie McGee low. Mrs Carl Larson will hosf the club next time. Nels Jensens of Harlan and George Axiands visited Stanley Axland at Little Flower Haven at Earling Monday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests in the Joe Pries home were the Bill Gehring family of Denison and Mrs [,illie Armentrout. Mrs Alvin Armentrout and Diane of Council Bluffs were afternoon callers. Saturday afternoon visitors in the Joe Pries home were Mrs Paul Getzschman and boys, Community Events Calendar FREE ADVERTISING SPACE This space has been purchased by th Herlan Super Valu for advertisin  civic, social and non-profit activities. ou have an event you would ilke have advertised in this space mere- Call the Harlan Newspapers, phone 5-311 I. TUESDAY, MARCH 11  Prairie Ramblers, local campers and hikers association, Potluck Super t the Federal Savings and Loan "eom- munRy room". FRIDAY, MARCH 14  "Whole Roasted Pig" dinner served by Odd Fellows and Rebekahs at their hall in Harlan from 5 to 8 p,m. Price $1.50. Sunday, March 16 -- Maggie Jiggs Cornbeef & Cabbage Dinner, country fried chicken, 4:30 to 7 p.m. Harlan Congregational Christian Churvh. Space furnished free as a pub.lie service by your-- Home of Every-Dey.Low-Prlee guests of Marjorie Petersen. LaVerne Hansens, Layne and Lisa and David Christensens and Arian were guests at the Petersen home that afternoon. Russell Jensens were guests of Vernon Vrtiskas Friday night. The Kenneth Christoffersen family were guests of Everett Greves Saturday night. Clinton Petersens visited Holger Nissens Monday night. DOUBLE CELEBRATION The David Hansen family, the Ernie Petersen family, the Marvin Milkelsen family, the Fred Jacobsen family, the Verner Hansen famdy, the Wilfred Jensen family. Don Madsens. D. D. Randolphs and Victor Jensens were guests of Dale Jensens Sunday afternoon m honor of their wedding anniversary and also Doug's 9th birthday. The Howard Dahlof family and Mr and Mrs Leonard Fiscus and Barry were coffee guests of Lyle Krludsens following the basketball game Tuesday night. The Burdette Poldberg family were guests of Jim Andersens Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs Andersen's birthday. The Bob Myers family visited Ed Hansens Sunday afternoon. Chris Knudsens visited Garey Knudsens in Oakland Sunday night. The Emmert Knudsen family and the Lyle Knudsen family enjoyed home-made ice cream at the Harold Peipers home near Irwin Friday night. Levi Jacobsens were Saturday dinner guests of Hans Christensens. Andrew Poldbergs visited Holder Nissens Monday afternoon. Kenneth Petersens and Michone of Ames spent Saturday with Leon Petersens. Jayne Petersen and Sherrie Beals of Omaha spent the weekend with Elmer Petersens. Mr and Mrs Harold Richards and Jill were Sunday dinner guests of Harry Henriksens. Marius Andresens, Mmes Sam Andersen. Matilda Andersen. D, D. Randolph and Victor Jensen were guests of Dale Jensens Monday afternoon. The Burdette Poldberg family were guests of Nels Poldbergs Sunday night in honor of Eels' birthday. tester Christiansens visited Pete Jensens Sunday night. The Chuck Gearhart family visited Ed Hansens Sunday night. Chris Knudsens visited Al Fabians Saturday night. JENSEN BABY BAPTIZED Elmer Petersens. Jayne and Paul and the Russell densen family attended baptism services tot Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry Jnsen of Cedar Falls. at the Hamlin Lutheran church Sunday. Later. all were dinner guests of Vern Jensens. Hans Christensens were Sunday dinner guests of Redder Christensens. OBSERVES 10th BIRTIIDAY The Jim Ericksen family of Council Bluffs. Glen Petersens and boys, the Richard Peters family, Annie Ericksen, August Christensens. Orville Winthers. Paul Hemmingsens and Scott and Rhonda Jensen were Sunday afternoon gdests of Eldon Ericksens in Elk Horn in honor of Roger's 10th birthday. -,. Carl Hansens and Martin Browns, all of Kimballton, visited Holger Nissens Sunday afternoon. Chris Knudsens visited Annie Petersen in Elk Horn Tuesday night. Dale Juelsgaards and Eric visited Harold Richards' Tuesday night. Levi Jacobsens visited Redder Christensens Saturday afternoon. The Dale Jensen family visited D. D. Ran- dolphs Wednesday night. Iowa picnic in California The 69th annual Iowa State picnic s April 5 in Recreation Park in Long Beach it was an- nounced today by Dr H. William Wolfe. president of the Iowa Association of Southern California. picnic sponsor. Dr Wolfe emphasizes all Iowans and former Iowans residing in the Southern California area are invited to the picnic, which annually features the 99 Iowa county sign-in rosters where old friends have a chance to meet again and talk over the "good old times" back in Iowa. -- PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 755-3111 -- Omaha were Gerald Conrads of Perry, Jolm Crofts and Fred Croft. ATTEND BOAT AND TRAVEL StlOW William McDowells attended the Boat and Travel Show at Omaha Sunday. Their children spent the night with their aunt and uncle, Vern McDowells. Mrs John Herman and Mrs Bill Mosher, both of Omaha visited Tony Appels Sunday. Sunday evening the Max Thygesen family visited Norman Wiigs. The families of Virgil Christiansen and Gayle Petersen attended the jr high Band Concert at West Rdge Wednesday evening. Jim Christiansen and Rick Petersen both par- ticipated. Mr and Mrs Wayne Fiscus visited Mr and Mrs Paaren Fiscus at the Baptist Memorial ttome in Harlan Friday evemng. Keith. John and Kevin Kaufman visited Gene Wiigs Sunday Mrs Ellsworth Shannon attended a jr high Music Contest in Mantling Saturday afternoon in which Jack participated. Roger Ahrenholtzes and Todd were Sunday dinner guests of Harry Ahrenholtzes. Dr and Mrs Keith Plate of Nigeria. West Africa, alter visiting Earl Christiansens. have left for Ottumwa to visit his parents. Dale Dunns and family visited John gavers in Harlan Friday evening. The William tlielesen family visited Richard Petersens Sunday evening. Bernard Wothutters and ,Jim visited Frank Stoltzer at Harlan Sunday evening. Elmer Swensons wsited Harvey Norgaards in Harlan Sunday evening. Mrs Gayle Petersen attended a ltarlan Concert Association kick-off at Mickels in tlarlan Wednesday evening Mrs Ken Richards and Mrs Merle Greer attended circle at the Carl Rasmussen home | ' o Elk Horn i , ...Irommum00 ..xx, -.,, . by Mrs Willie J. : ,j Hansen L. .................. ; Harvey Larsen, Clinton Jensen and John Sornsens were supper guests of Darwin Clausens al Audubon Saturday night. Sunday dinner guests of the Melwn Boose family were Norman Shroders of Cedar Rapids, Jim Nielsens of Kirksville, Mo., Hans Peitersens and Mrs Mandy Boose. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs Mary Nelson, Kimballton were the Dale Nelson family and Manvil Nelsens. The Norman Shroder family of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with her parents, Hans Peiterscns. Mrs Calvin Greve of Albany, Ga., arrived Saturday for a visit with her parents, Warren Jaeobsens and her husband's parents, Everett Greves, while her husband is on a six-week Shake-Down sea cruise. At the end of the six weeks. Mrs Greve will rejoin her husband at Albany, Barbara Cook of Greenacres, Wash. spent the weekend with her grandparents, Chris J. Rasmussens. Other guests in the Rasmussen fiome Sunday were his brother and family, August Rasmussens of Des Moines, Erling H.asmussens of Blair, Neb., and the Delbert Stringer family of Des Moines. Mrs A. A. Cavey of Des Moines spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs Anna Leander and with her sister, Mrs Agnes Hansen. Elmer Nielsens of Tyler, Minn. arrived Friday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs Bertha Eskov and other relatives. Russell Lange was admitted to Bishop Bergen hospital in Omaha Sunday for treatment for a back ailment. Hans H. Petersens and Mrs Agnes Hansen were Sunday dinner guests of Clarence Hansens. Clara Christensen was among the guests of Darrell Mardesens Sunday to help their daughter, Clara Sue celebrate her birthday. The Willis Hansen family were guests  of her brother, the Marvin Jensen family in Audubon, Sunday. CEIA':BIIATES 10th BIRTHDAY Eldon H. Ericksens of Elk Horn entertained guests Sunday in honor of their son Roger's 10th birthday. Present were the Jim Ericksen family of Council Bluffs, the Richard Peters family of Shelby, Glen E. Petersens of Jacksonville, August Christensens, Mrs Annie Ericksen, Mrs Rhonda Jensen, all of Harlan, Paul Hem- mingsens and Scott and Orville Winthers of Audubon. Roger also entertained four of his classmates at another party after school Mon- day: Edwin Hansens attended funeral services for his brother-in-law, Earl Wilson of Des Moines Thursday. Mrs Wilson is the former Gladys Hansen. Emory Hoegh, Edwin Hansen and Hans P. Hansen attended funeral services for Chester il BUSINESS &PROFESSIONAL CESSPOOL- SEPTIC TANK PUMPING You must be satisfied with the work we do and the price we charge Phone Earling 747-3632 or 747-2661 collect RICHARD KOESTERS Formerly oparated by Fred etinn Monday evening. - Lavon Christiansens visited Carl Lades at the Baptist Memorial Home in Harlan Friday afternoon. Mrs Marvin Rasmussen and Mrs Gaylord ttielesen were among those attending Sewing Mrs Bertha Eskov was admitted to Myrtue I II | I DON KLOEWER -- CESSPOOL PUMPING ] $15 lt load; additional loads $5.00 I Tank capacity 1,500 gals. -- Prompt Service [ Phone 748-3961 -- Defiance, Iowa | TrY OF 'IC I Mayor ...... Or. K. L. Muollor hospital at tlarlan where she is undergoing examination and treatment. The Terry Jorgensen family of Ida Grove spent Sunday with Mrs Stella Jorgensen and helped her celebrate her birthday. Relatives and C im Atlantic. :; WAIIt FOR[00 FIRESTONE AYSLo TAMER D COMINAG t 500N MIKE'S CO-OP SERVIC00 HARLAN ELECTRIC SERVICE Minor to complete PETERSEN and 1114 St. SUPPORT YOUR HARLAN CONCERT ro "MUELLER i CITY OFFICERS P f ions ..... City CIrk ...... Cliff Hlikell Council  Loroy Chriltenon, DR. K. L win., arald c,,,, Jim Noble, John Vandar- he|dan, and Dr. fairs O|tlng- ASSOCIATION CHIROPRACTOR ' 'UU'Dial 755-5406 "-[ Health Offier .... Dr. Spearing Fire Chief ...... Cliff Wigneal 1206 7th Street | Pallor Chief ...... AI Ganglar J  UTILITIES : 1 Board of Trustees  Dean Frodar|@kon, 8pence Vandor- CHRISTENSEN ,.da., p. p.oI.. :, Membersh00 r,ve March 5 to March 12 Veterinary Clinic I ...aear ...... oona,.a,, 308 7TH 8TREET l Harlan- 7S6- I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President ............ Bob Ross JOIN DURING THE DRIVE - ENJOY FINE ENTERTAINMENT Dr. E. T. Christensen  / Ma..., .......... A, Stow.. J COUNTY OFFICERS Senator ........ James $chaben I State Ra 'tiva Alfred Nielsen PRESENTING A FOUR-PART SERIES nsurance Auditor P Pete Croft ' Med. Examiner. Dr. Carl Bigard II Trealurer Ralph Henderlon - Clerk of courts Leonard Grimlay Insurance Dept. Recorder .... Donna Williams Sheriff ...... Offal! Goarhart Shelby Co. Abstract Attorney ........ David Moore Assessor ,. Hand Christinson Board of auporviaors Fred L. Bruce W. Ouren Rasmussen, Podor Andersen Bud Ouren ora teu) H,Ww Enginaar ........ "tan Clay 755-2174 County Conservation Board , , I Frank MosSeraohmldt, Norman THIS -- 8eat't, G4rla kamOn, DIo Young, Joe Wehr. ' BERNIE RARhAN PUBLIC LIBRARY j' FOR Hours Daily, 12:$0 tO 5 p.m. AIs Friday night 7 to 9, Cloead &undays. CO. SOCIAL WELFARE BRD. Buk Holloway, Mr Max Pluml Clodo Reynolds. . .,  CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION County 8uperint4mdont Foerest Bxouhar; LWn Ltuffor, Ray Trdway. $elmer l-leOne, &mb Mmtmmm#rt ROSALIND HUPP: A beauty with ADONIS PUERTAS: Guitar virtue- stun. a beautiful voi_ee, from the Metro- so, plays exciting flamenco and class- WELFARE AGENCIES politan opera Co. ical music. RedkiomoCrOleorvice-- Mrs &LA"UMlilt&rTkt&|'tmaa'bar- M'embership drive workers will contact residents March 5 to April 12th. vice A|d. The only membershxps that will be sold after this date will be to new families aalvatlonA. 14, eavore|do,Army -- Dr, Q" C.v.K" Swiftm|a. gard. Oliver Oaoon. moving to the area. If you are missed contact Mrs Dean Oldenburg at Farm Bureau Office or Mrs Oscar Johnson or v, eith auer at Bauer noe Store in MYKTUE MEM. HOSPITAL HIErI" Admlnistrltor, Glotu| Tul, nbllh HARLAN CONCERT ASSOCIATION ...,.., o,..,.,, o..o,. Hurloy Jerry I.amn, eob CARalNaURANm Sullivan, A|vln ll@hna(;k, " L.oinen, Marion |ooN, Jamlm . Wleklmmham. Buying or REAL see ROMAN RO Phone 747.292J : i PAUL _A_ PA.., Town & Farm l Eatate -- Far 'l AUCTION EEI 755-2157 or 744" SHELBY cOU ,,00ST,U,cT a! Abstracts - I Dial 755-21! Sales- Service- !!, BACON HARD I I JIM'S TV SER!, Black and W MOTOROLA TV  Sales and. JIM Phone