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c llarlanNows LET'S,GET PERSONAL -- report your out-of-town trips and guests regularly. Your friends and relatives enjoy reading these little items and your hosts and guests appreciate your courtesy in reporting them. PHONE 755-1191 Mrs Marius (Mary) Sindberg observed her 85th birthday Sunday. Calling to extend congratulations were her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs John Dinesen, and nieces and nephews: Messrs and Mmes Raymond Dinesen and Melia, Martin Dinesen, Cheryl and Melissa, Leonard Dinesen and Susan, Mrs Alice Rogers and Becci and Mrs Melvin Dinesen. John I1 and Lori, children of Mr and Mrs John Norgaard of Carroll were weekend visitors of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Norgaard, while their parents attended the basketball tournament in Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Bernard Wohlhutter of Kirkman and family have moved to the home at 207 Market St., formerly occupied by Conrad An- dersens. Mr and Mrs Alfred Haals have returned aome from Weslaco, Tex., where they spent the st two months. Mrs Jerry Ilaals and son Mark of Fort Collins, Colo. are visiting at the Alfred Haals home. They came especially to be near her grandmother, Mrs Henry Paulsen, who is hospitalized. Mrs Gerald Anderson. Mrs Thomas Kroger and Mrs Wayne Fink visited the James Kroger family in Carter Lake Saturday. They went especially to see the Kroger's new baby, Kim Denise. BABY BOY -- Mr and Mrs Charles Johnson announce the birth of their first child, a son weighing 9 lb. 13 oz. He was born March 10 at Myrtue hospital and has been named Kelly Eugene. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Walter Johnson of Avoca and Mr and Mrs Norman Oehlertz of Avoca. Tom and Dan Bertsch. students at Wayne State College, Wayne, Neb. spent the weekend with their parents. Mr and Mrs Robert Bertsch. Mr and Mrs Clifton Domina recently received a call from their son. David, saying he was hospitalized with bronchitis. He is in the Navy and stationed in San Diego, Calif. Max Brodersen of Clovis AFB, N Max. and his fiancee, Miss Carol Hiller of Bellwoed, Nab. were weekend visitors of Mr and Mrs Henry Brodersen. Mr and Mrs Jack Higgins and baby of Omaha spent the weekend with his mother. Mrs Lyle Higgms. Mr and Mrs Ernest Kardell visited Mr and Mrs Nels Larsen m Avoca Saturday. Mr Larsen was recently dismissed from the hospital: Monday the Kardells visited Mrs Verda Dinesen. a patient at Mercy hospital in Council Bluffs. 0000are.ce 00Patterso0000!O to spend some mdwith her datte ah(l#u!ly, _rs John "Lawlor at Belle Plaine: Nab. Mrs Lawlor is expected to have surgery at a Cedar Rapids hospital Wednesday. Mrs Dennis Knowlton. Lace and Ryan of Laramie. Wyo.. returned to their home Monday after being called here by the illness of her father, C W Richards. Mr Richards is a patient at Myrtue hospital and his condition is gradually improving. Mr and Mrs Raymond Buman and Mr and Mrs Joe Buman and Tony returned Tuesday from a five-day vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr and Mrs Melvin Nelson entertained Sunday in observance of Mrs Nelson's birthday. Guests were their daughter Julie of Omaha, Mssrs and Mines Jerry Nelson and family, Howard Mickelsen of Kirkman, Hoyt Duke of Spirit Lake. Also Mrs Carroll Kallevig and Jennifer of Irwin. Mrs Jim Winter and Kristy of Lincoln Neb.. and Mrs Mollie Knudsen. Monday afternoon callers were Mrs Melton Tramm and Mrs George Hansen. Local R.E.C. directors go to Atlantic City Mr and Mrs J. Emory Fredrickson of Elk Horn, Mr and Mrs Donald Applegate of Oakland, Elmer Sornsons of Exira, Arnold Christensens and Mr and Mrs J. Dean Jorgensen, both of Harlan, will represent the Nishnabotna Valley Rural Electric Cooperative at the annual meeting of the National REC to be held in Atlantic City, N.'J. They will be in Atlantic City March 17-20. Mr Sornson serves as a board member of Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative (NIPCO) as well as on the local REC panel. F. B. women to sponsor tour to legislature A Legislative tour has been set up for Tuesday, March 25. A chartered bus will leave from the Farm Bureau office in Harlan at 7 a.m. They will visit the legislature in the forenoon and have dinner at noon with their Representative and SenatOr, if it wiI1 work with their schedule. A tour of the "City Greenhouse" is scheduled for 2 p.m. Information has been received that this is an interesting tour. Bus reservations will be $5.00. Please make some contacts regarding this tour and if you are interested ask them to mail their reservation fee to the Farm Bureau office by Friday, March 21. All Farm Bureau Women who are interested in attending are urged to invite a friend or neigh- bor to also attend. IOWA FEDERATION MUSIC FESTIVAL MARCH 9 IN DES MOINES The second Iowa Federation of Music Clubs was held March 8 at St. Josephs Academy in Des Moines. Students of Mrs Bruce Potter par- ticipating and their ratings are as follows: Supermr: James Van Nostrand, and Mary Gerholdt, both of Avoca. Carol Hockett, Tennant, Sylvia Ploen. Shelby, Susan Blair, Irwin, Nancy Hall, Neola, and Laurie Hinz, Minden. Excellent: Mary Frances Reesink, Harlan and Lori Lange, Elk Horn. A large number of Mrs Potter's students will be taking part in the third Music Festival in Council Bluffs Saturday, March 15. Mr and Mrs Ludwig Seda of Traer spent the weekend with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Jacobi. Sunday, the Jacobis and their guests attended the Girl Scout open house. Mr and Mrs George Johnson of Albert City and Mrs Lucy Jacobs were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Jacobs Judy, dtKhter Of Mrand Mrs Charles Jacobs, celebrated her 8th birthday, Tuesday, March 11. Hetother hosted a birthday party in her honor with eight girls and her teacher, Sister Carol, attending. Dr and Mrs Victor Weber, Bob, Steve and Dianne of Bemidji, Minn. came to the home of his parents Thursday evening. They all left Friday morning by car for Houston, Texas., where they will vacation for two weeks. John Brouhard spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs F. E Brouhard. He is located at Kalamazoo. Mich. and employed by the National Research Center where he is dis- tract supervisor of a committee assessing education in the Kalamazoo and Cincinnati, Ohio area. Mr and Mrs Norman Last and children will move March 19 to Beatrice, Nab. Mr Last has been transferred to the Case Power and Equipment Co. in Beatrice. Mr and Mrs C. H. Elder of Long Beach, Calif. visited Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr and Mrs Cliff Dent. TIRED OF WINTER? ESCAPE FROM THE ORDINARY WITH ONE OF ART DORAN'S USED MOBILES: OLDSMOBILES 1966 "88" 4-Dr. Hardtop 1964 "88" 4-Dr. Hardtop 1959 "88" 4-Dr. Sedan PONTIACS 1964 Catalina 4-Dr. 1963 Catalina 4-Dr. i960 Catalina 4-D. OTHERS 1964 Dodge 4-Dr. 1962 Cadillac 4-Dr. 1964 Dodge 9 pass. Wagon 1961 Ford 4-Dr. We salute the American Legion and Auxiliary on their 50th anniversary - serving God and Countryl Congratulations to the Cyclone cagers, wrestlers and their coaches for representing Harlan o well! Good selection of new cats and trucks in stockl C3 L.r'l S GMC TRUCKS PERSIA NEWS by MRS ARTHUR IWEN Ray Jungfermans and Patti Jo of Neola, MI'S Lucile Hamann and Ruth of Council Bluffs and Terry Newland spent Sunday with L. R. Chap- mans. Duane Ottos of Council Bluffs were Sunday guests of Herman Ottos. Mrs Lillie Matthiessen and Don of Shelby were afternoon visitors. Harry Hamanns of Omaha were Saturday overnight and Sunday dinner guests of Clara Hamann. Mrs Elsie Hillborn was also a dinner guest Sunday. Veral Smiths and Mrs Clair Galiher were Sunday evening guests of Bob Smiths in Council Bluffs to help Lori observe her 2nd birthday. EVANS 50th ANNIVERSARY Ernest Smiths, Wm/Williams, Verai Smiths, Mrs Clair Galiher, Casey Fitzgeralds and the Walter E. Kuster family were among those at- tending the 50th anniversary of Mr and Mrs Frank Evans at the Harlan Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Merle Deuprees of Lyons, Nab. were Sunday dinner guests of Ernest Smiths. They also at- tended the Evans anniversary in Harlan. The Melvin Williams family and Ruby Williams of Omaha visited at the Wm. Williams home Sunday evening after attending the Frank Evans anniversary in Harlan. Ralph Lehmers visited Oscar Hammonds Sunday afternoon. Robert Depews of Council Bluffs and the Robert Jansen family of Underwood were Sunday supper guests of Mr and Mrs David Knauss for their anniversary which was March 7. Guests of Mrs Mabel Foje have been Arnold Foils, Mrs Hine Hansen, Mrs Don Tennigkeit and Mark and also Shari Hansen of Concordia, io. Gene Christiansens were Sunday guests of Lester Steenbocks at Columbus, Neb. ..,.--,. N'"'r'm I ,.o (oo., Elk Horn Community gu,ffnes, e' fe ,, Mrs Willie J. ! . Hansen L ............ *.,./--.1 Mrs Williams is the Shelby County Recorder, a position she was appointed to Jan. 1. She has worked in that office eight years. S.E. Fairview by MRS MARTIN NIELSEN Leonard Rold of Council Bluffs was a Wednesdaydinner guests of Virgil Thompsons. lle was home for a few days but will, be goi,g back to the hospital in Chigo for further treatments for 3 or 4 more months. Wayne Krohns and boys were Friday evening supper guests of Martin Schuemanns Dick Nielsens and nieces Julia and Toni Shimkus of Omaha were Saturday evening supper guests of Walter Nielsens. Virgil Thompsons attended the annual Shelby Co. saddle club oyster supper at the Savings and Loan in Harlan Saturday evening. Mrs Meta Mortensen entertained company Tuesday afternoon in observance of her birthday and Sunday relatives were entertained in honor of the occasion. Chris Rasmussens and Frank Hansens were guests of Erling Rasmussens of Blair, Nab. Sunday. The Howard Sornsen family of Council Bluffs visited her mother, Mrs Anders Hansen Sunday. Guests of Elmer Gudes Sunday afternoon were Clarence Hansens. MARCtt BIRTItDAYS OBSERVED A family gathering and co-operative dinner was held m the home of Mrs Carrie Mathisen Sunday to celebrate the birthdays of ten mem- )ers of the family who have birthdays in March. Present were Clark Mathisens of Omaha, the Lawrence Rasmussen family of Harlan, Mrs Bertha Mathisen, Kent Rasmussens of Atlantic, the Galen Sornsen family, the Frank Lange lamily and Mrs Clara Christensen. Monday evening visitors of Hans Juelsgaards were Ted Langes, Dale Juelsgaards and sons and the Elmer Christensen family. BABIES BAPTIZED IlAD SURGERY Mrs Nellie Yohe of Lincoln. Nab. spent Wednesday until Monday with Mrs Stella Klindt Saturday they visited Mrs Amanda Lee at Myrtue hospital. Mrs Lee had hip surgery Thursday and will be there for some time. The John Lee family were Thursday evening visitors of Curt Massens. Ken Nielsens and Dabble of Homewood. Ill.. and Mrs Robert Karol and son Tommy of Clovis. N. Max., were weekend guests of Martin Nielsens. Karla Paulsen was an overnight guest of Roxann Schuemann Thursday night. Mr and Mrs John Hennings and boys of Omaha were Sunday dinner guests of Rudy Krohns. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs Stella Karen Christine, daughter of Lyle Nelsons of Elk tlorn was baptized at the Lutheran Church in Kimballton Sunday. A dinner for members of the family was held in the Nelson home. Attending were Manvil Nelsons, Hans Sornsens and Virgil Sornsens of Exira, Mrs Mary Nelson of Kim- ballton, and the Dale and Martin Nelson families. Ba prized at the Elk Horn Lutheran church at the Sunday morning worship service was Kimberly Jo, daughter of Lyle Andersens. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Milford Christensen. The Willis Hansen family and Mrs Willie Hansen were guests of Einer Jensens of Audubon Sunday. Other guests were Eldon Jensens and Lisa of Ames, the Dave Fenske family and Marvin Jensens. The party honored Mrs Willis Hansen on her birthday which was Monday. H. F. Fredricksens have returned from a six Klindt were the families of David Klindt and weeks vacation spent in Texas and other places James Klindt. of interesL Virgil Hildebrands of Hancock were Wed- Chris L. Christensens and Mr and Mrs nesday evening visitors of Virgil Thompsous. Russell Rolds were Tuesday afternoon visitors of Herbert Jensens in Council Bluffs OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY The John Lee family were Thursday evening guests of Jack Messengers in observance of their anniversary. LeeRoy Schuemanns and the Martin Schuemann family were Saturday visitors of John Schuemanns in Des Moines. Sunday guests of Lee Klindts in honor of their son's, Kenneth 1st birthday, were Mrs Nellie Yohe of Lincoln, Nab., Mrs Stella Klindt, Ralph Klindts and boys and the Max Klindt family. Gary Allen anti Richard Adams of Harlan were Sunday afternoon visitors of Virgil Thompsons. Herman Geise was a Sunday visitor of Harry Doses. The Richard Lantefield family of Omaha were Friday evening guests of Mrs Ira Sorenson and Ida Johnson. Timberly Wendt was an overnight guest of Jeanne Mathiasen Friday. The Lee Klindt family and the Max Klindt family were Friday evening visitors of Mrs Stella Klindt. The Howard Mathiasen family were Saturday evening guests of Nile Browers in Harlan. Bob Scheels and girls were Sunday evening visitors of Martin Schuemanns. Marshall Nelsons were Monday evening supper guests of Leo Nielsens. Russell Haworths were Wednesday evening , guests of Norman Tredes. Saturday evening supper guests of Martin Nielsens were the families of Ken Nielsen of Homewood, Ill., and Leo Nielsen. Russell Haworths were Sunday visitors of LeeRoy Livingstons in Creston. -- PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 755-3111 -- Lester Crouse also returned last week from a months vacation spent in Florida. John Sornsens visited Mr and Mrs Hans Ohms of Lewis, Sunday. Supper guests of Mrs Mac Lange Tuesday evening were Rev and Mrs Axel Andersen, Herb Langes, Clara Christensen and Mrs Anna Lange, and Mrs Emma Andersen. Community Events Calendar FREE ADVERTISING SPACE This space has been purchased by the Harlan Super Valu for advertising civic, social and non-profit activities. If you have an event you would like to have advertised in this space mere- call the Harian Newspapers, phone 5-3111. SUNDAY, MARCH 23  Mr and Mrs Gerald Larson will show slides of Southeast Asia. The program begins at 2 p.m. at the Home Federal build- ing "community" room. Members ask- ed to bring all the old pictures they have that pertain to Shelby County to be copied into slide form for public meeting. Members L through M to bring cookies for coffee. SATURDAY, MARCH 29  Troop 91 will have a pop bottle "pickup" Will. stop at every Harlan home. Space furnished free as a public service by your-- Home of Every-Day.Law.Prices PAGE 4 The HarJan (Jowl) News-Advertiser Men. Morning, March 17, 196t--Phone 755-3111 NEW CASES IN DISTRICT COURT Failure to have control of vehicle. State of Iowa vs Ronald Arkfeld, Defiance, defendant. Defendant entered plea of not guilty in Justice of Peace A. H. Savereide's court to charge filed by Sheriff Orrell Gearhart. Defendant has posted $200 appeal bond. JUSTICE COURT CASES J. Bruce Potter, J.P. City cases: Dallas Clausen, Harlan, reckless driving, $25; Lamond Petersen, Harlan, speeding, $10; David Dittmer, Shelby, excessive noise, $5; and Ann Wohlhutter, Harlan, failure to yield right-of-way, $5. County cases: Joseph Bruck, Panama, stop sign violation, $5 A. H. Sa/ereide, J.P. City cases: Richard M. Rohrberg, Council Bluffs, excessive noise, $10; John D. Miles, Harlan, improper parking, $5; and Clad Andersen, Harlan, improper parking, $5. County cases: John F. Talty, Neola, defective equipment, $5. LICENSE TO WED Verne Stendrup, legal age, Harlan and Betty F. Wendelin, legal age, Avoca. NEW VEHICLES REGISTERED Earl L. Powers, Defiance, Chevrolet. Charles H. Wooster jr., Manilla; Ford. Eugene J. Reinig, Portsmouth, Ford. John N. Stein, Portsmouth, Ford. Ernest Krueger, Kirkman, Ford. Rose C. Bacon, Harlan, Ford. Raymond M. Gibbs, Harlan, Chevrolet. Martin D. Murray, Kirkman, Ford truck. Clarence C. Campbell, Defiance, Ford. Western Engineering Co., Harlan, Plymouth. Richard H. Nelson, Elk Horn, Ford. Joseph P. Bissen, Defiance, Plymouth. Keith H. Rittscher, Shelby, Ford. Squealer Feed Co., Harlan, Chrysler. John Kohles, Earling, Chrysler. Herald L. Knapp, Elk Horn, Rambler. Burton 0. Esbeck, Elk Horn, Ford truck. Edward J. Jansen, Harlan, Chevrolet truck. COMING EVENTS TO VETERANS AUD. March 18 -- Quin-county band concert; 19 -- Kiwanis film showing; 25 -- H-Club donkey basketball; 26- Pork Producers banquet; 27- Newspaper Cooking School; April 6 -- Lutheran Easter services; 9 -- Concert Ass'n.; 12 -- Jaycee teen dance; 16-- HHS band concert; 26 -- HHS prom; and 30 -- Concert Ass'n. A NICE BRIDE SHOWER GIFT -- e gift subscription to the Harlan Newspapers. LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE INTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWAINAND FOR SHELBY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN FRANK MENGWASSER, Deceased. Probate No. 7977 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF JOHN FRANK MENGWASSER, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 11th day of March, 1969, the undersigned was appointed Ad- ministrator of said estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 11th day of March, 1969. HERBERT MENGWASSER Administrator of said Estate 1801 Sth Street Harlan, Iowa Mr Lee J. Farnsworth Denison, Iowa Date of second publication 24th day of March, 1969. (Publish NA March 17th & 24th). helby (00oui tate COMMUN CALEN Week Of March 17 thru Our COMMUNITY be published each Monday in! lan News-Advertiser. It's to show at a glance the the community of both profit organizations, and any other business worthy of publication. All subject to editing. All items are published courtesy of the Shelby Cou Bank. Call 755-3111 before noon to place your activity in lowing week's COMMUNIrY i DAR. EVENTS THIS WEEK: Wednesday, March 19- The Kiwanis Club will fifth-of-a-series: Travel ture films at Veterans World traveler Nicol narrate his film "Ireland '' son. The film brings to famous people and great land, and will facinatin_, bizarre and stories. The program p.m. Tuesday, March 18- The County Fish & Wildlife meet t the Home munity" room. Meeting p.m. Saturday, March 22 -- A luncheon will be held at Guest speaker will be sen with the topic "Pro Iowa Legislature". noon. Sunday, March 23 -- Mr Gerald Larson will show Southeast Asia. members are asked to old pictures they have to Shelby County to be slide form for public Members L through M cookies for coffee. Home Federal I i1| You get 5% guaranteed ir Shelby County State automatically renewable cates. Next time you're in get complete details. i Member FDIC MR & AND MRS ANDREW PETERSEN HOUSEHOLD AUCT Having sold our home and moved to the Memorial we will sell our personal belongings. SAT. MARCH 22- I:00 AT 1213 GRAND AVE., ACROSS THE STREET, SOUTH OF POTTERS PARK. Brand new Frigidare refrigerator -- new apartment tric range -- small kitchen size chest freezer -- 2 metal wall metal utility cabinet - formica kitchen table with three chairs can Phyfe walnut drop-leaf table with four leaves -- large fett -- Philco cabinet radio and record player -- modern open - platform rocker - 3 lamp tables - hassoch -- floor lamp lamp -- very nice Birds Eye maple full size bed, dresser, and blond chest on casters - walnut chest, dresser, near new full complete -.single size bed complete - 2 straight oak chairs sweeper -- new humidifier -- 2 metal folding chairs -- 24 in. window fan - several throw rugs - old chest - old wrin washer -- 2 rinse tubs 2 electric fans - 2 ironing boards - County atlas - 4 lawn chairs - hall tree - 2 wooden chairs - hot - toaster - heater -- several glass top patented fruit jars - coSCo - waffle iron -- electric fry pan -- some drapes -- linens -- tigue oictur - book on stand -- pots -- pans -- dishes -- pictures -- 38 in. picture of Red Cross Day in Corley, showing residents 1918 - 14 ft. ladder- step ladder -- 2 rubber -- 2 rods and reals -- takle box -- ice chest - assortment of garden tools. ANDREW PETERSE PAUL A PAULEY AUCT. SHELBY CO. STATE BANK CLERK