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--Logeland Studio AND MRS ARNOLD RANDERIS Couple Anniversary -- Mr and Mrs Arnold Randeris house at the Legion Hall in Harlan Feb. 15, in observance of their anniversary. Decorations were in blue and silver. Leo Hanson of Harlan registered s. Gale Petersen and Freda Hansen runners. Mrs Dale Sloth and Mrs in charge of the gifts. A large white carnations centered the floral arrangement centered the flanked by blue candles. Mrs and Mrs Roger Andersen cut the wedding cake. Mrs Mervin punch and Mrs Ruth Hanson ee. Waitresses were Mrs Richard Kearney, Charlene Penney, Priscilla Petersen and Peggy as master of ceremonies was Donald of Kimballton. Numbers on the included a 'Welcome' by the grand- a poem by their daughter, Jane Pat- number by Alfred Christen- reading by Dennis Randeris Solo'by Gary Randeris. and Grace Randeris were married at Lutheran church in Omaha, have three children -- Mrs Dale of Council Bluffs, Dennis of and Gary at home. They also have Their farm home is near a distance were from Mechanicsvilte, OaklaBd, Spencer. JACOBSEN BRIDGE Jacobsen entertained her club Wednesday. Her guests Paar and Mrs Richard Heilesen. Winners were Mrs William Olson and dd Jacobsen, Mrs George Phelps presented Mrs Phelps with a gift be moving out of town soon. She tn the club March 26. " SWIFT tY BRIDGE F. Swift entertained her afternoon Thursday at a luncheon. Mrs Marie a guest. Mrs Ray Finn won high, second, Mrs Claude O'Neill tion. BRIDGE WITH BOLTINGHOUSE three Monday evening. Guests were and Mrs Don Schilling. served before play. The hostess Patrick's Day motif. won high, Mrs Don Schilling Leo Hough consolation. BRIDGE WITH WHITE White entertained her luncheon evening. Guests were Mrs and Mrs David Christensen. Mrs and Mrs Jim Noble received low. Tollefsbol will be the March 25 FItEOERICKSON thh question, family was watcldng a on TV, a large tree down on their own so funny when they had only $2000 wind in. cover $4000 damage. values be checked i at each renewal time?" DINNER-BRIDGE WITH MR AND MRS JACK LEWIS The Tuesday dinner-bridge club met with Mr and Mrs Jack Lewis. Mr and Mrs W. T. Scroggin were guests. Mrs R. T. Gould won high for ladies and Mr Gould won high for men. The club will meet March 25 with Mr and Mrs Elmer Norgaard. DR AND MRS TOLLEFSBOL HOST BIRTHDAY PARTY Dr Earl Boltinghouse, Dr Richard Tollefsbol and Leo Gooser observed their birthdays last week. A joint celebration was held at the home of Dr and Mrs Tollefsbol Wednesday evening. Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and a late lunch was served to the 16 guests attending. MRS CARL BISGARD HOSTS AFTERNOON BRIDGE Mrs Carl Bisgard entertained her luncheon bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs W. T. Scroggin and Mrs Jack Lewis were guests. Mrs R. T. Gould won high and Mrs E. M. Christensen second. The club will meet gain in two weeks. CANASTA CLUB WITH MRS FRED GRAVES Mrs Fred Graves entertained her two table canasta club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Graves won high, Mrs Ernest Kuhl second and Mrs Fanny Weygint, consolation. Lunch was served mid-afternoon. The club will meet March 26 with Mrs Dale Welsh. PINOCHLE WEDNESDAY WITH MRS ROBERT NELSON Mrs Robert Nelson entertained her pinochle club Wednesday afternoon with one substitute, Mrs Dean Schmid. Mrs Nelson won high, Mrs Harold Martens second, Mrs Cliff Wigness low and Mrs Leo Hanson traveling. The hostess carried out the St. Pal:ricks Day theme. The March 26 meeting will be with Mrs Donald Plait. MRS DONNA HILGER HOSTS EVENING BRIDGE Mrs Don Hilger entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs Glen Rixen, Mrs Ardell Rooney and Mrs Nick Kellen. High score winners were Mrs .Rixen and Mrs Dale Swanson Sr. with Mrs Kellen receiving low. The hostess served lunch after play using the St. Patricks Day theme. Mrs Dean Jorgensen will entertain the club March 26. ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAHS CARD PARTY MARCH 22 Members and friends of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodge are invited to a card party Saturday evening, March 22 at the lodge hall. Bring a sack lunch. YOUNG MOTHERS COUNCIL MET MARCH l0 The Young Mothers' Council Service held its regular meeting Monday evening, March 10, at the First Baptist church lounge with 16 members and two guests present. Mrs Randy Armentrout presided at the meeting. Mrs Dale Lauritsen gave a reading entitled "The Lesson." The program chairmen for the evening were Mrs Dale Anderson and Mrs Jerry Lyric. "The Retarded Child" was the topic presented by the guest speakers, Mr and Mrs W. A. Pattison. A discussion followed. Refreshments were served by Mrs Jim Lukefahr and Mrs Bob McLaughlin. The next meeting of the club will be held April 14 when Mrs Herman Nielsen will show a film on cancer. MRS OTTO ANDERSEN HOSTS BIRTHDAY CLUB There were nine members present when Mrs Otto Andersen entertained the Birthday club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Elmer Nissen joined the club and the afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served. Mrs Nissen will entertain the club April 15. EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMEN TO MEET MARCH 20 Episcoapl Churchwomen will meet at the parish hall Thursday evening, March 20. Co- hostesses will be Mrs E. C. Billet and Mrs Jos. H. Spearing. LEGION AUXILIARY TO HONOR AMERICAN LEGION BIRTHDAY In place of a regular meeting on Wednesday, March 19, the American Legion Auxiliary will host a dinner at the Legion hall on this date. This is an annual event but it is of special significance this year since it observes the 50th anniversary of the American Legion. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and their own table service. The Auxiliary is providing the meat course, baked ham and turkey. Auxiliary members are reminded to bring an article (wrapped) for bingo game prizes which is included in the entertainment feature. MRS EDWIN LARSEN " HOSTS PINOCHLE CLUB Mrs Edwin Larsen entertained her bridge club at an one p.m. luncheon Thursday. The hostess used the St. Patricks Day motif. Mrs Alia Lawerence was a guest. The club will meet with Mrs Boise Mushrush in April. TUESDAY BRIDGE WITH MRS EUGENE 8ORNSON Mrs Eugene Sornson entertained her lun- chenn bridge club Tuesday afternoon. The hostess used the St. Patrick's Day motif. High score winner was Mrs Ray Tredway, second Mrs Grant Finley and low, Mrs Bruce Ouren. Mrs Tredway will be the next hostess. PATRICIA PLAGMAN Betrothed Mr and Mrs Robert Plagman of Shelby announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patricia, to Gall Christiansen, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Christiansen of Shelby. Miss Plagman is a 1967 graduate of Shelby- Tennant High School and a graduate of Stewart ,School of Hairstyling in Council Bluffs. Mr Christiansen is a 1966 graduate of Shelby- Tennant High School and is majoring in In- strumental Music at Northwest Missouri State College in Maryville, Mo. An August wedding is being planned. Homann -- Otto vows in Council Bluffs +PERSIA -- Barbara Homarm, daughter of Mr and Mrs Fredrick Homann of Des Moines and Duane Otto, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Otto of Persia, were married Saturday, March 1, 1969 at the First Christian Church in Council Bluffs. The Richard D. Hogan officiated at the 8 p.m. double ring ceremony'. Candlelighter and usher was Bernard Kremer of Council Bluffs. Mrs Ken Anderson of Council Bluffs, organist, played the nuptial music and accompanied Arloa Merrett as she sang "The Wedding Prayer" preceding the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" while the couple knelt at the altar. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of satin. The long sleeves and bodice were of Chantilly lace. Re- embroidered lace was at the hemline and repeated on the satin train. She carried a cascade of white pom ports centered with a removable white orchid. Rita Boyd of Council Bluffs was maid of honor. Her floor length gown was green acetate and rayon crepe_. Robert Otto of Council Bluffs, brother of the groom, served as best man. The men of the party were attired in black suits and wore white- carnation boutonnieres. A reception .was held in the church fellowship hall. Mary Lee Seidler of Minneapols, Minn., cousin of the bride, registered the guests and was in charge of the gifts. Mrs Robert Otto of Council Bluffs, cut and served the three-tiered cake. Tamara Smith of Omaha poured coffee and Mrs Bernard Kremer dipped punch. After a trip to Denver, Colo., the couple is at home in Council Bluffs where both are employed. ZENOBIA REBEKAH LODGE MET MARCH 11 The Zenobia Rebekah Lodge met Tuesday, March 11. Business discussed were plans for the "Roast Pig Supper" to be held March 14. The district convention will be held April 22. The March card party will be March 22 at 8 p.m. Please bring a sack lunch. The next meeting will be March 29 and members are requested to be present. PINOCHLE CLUB MET TUESDAY Mrs Herman Burmeister entertained her pinochle club Tuesday afternoon with all members present. Mrs Julius Fischer won high, Mrs Alvina Greve second, Mrs Frieda Pulver low and Mrs Glen Custer consolatiin. Lunch was served after play. The March 25 meeting will be Mrs Custer. MRS R. F. SWIFT HOSTS LUNCHEON FOR BRIDGE CLUB An eight cover luncheon in the home of Mrs R. F. Swift last Tuesday entertained the ladies of her bridge club. Spring colors were carried out in the yellow jonquil centerpieces and other ap- pointments. For high score at bridge, Mrs A. W. Lewis had honors and Mrs Jake More, second. The club will meet next with Miss Hazel Beutel. f--Worn. WITH BLADDER IRRITATION Common Kidney or Bladder Irrita- tions affect twice am many women as men. often causing tenseneu and nervousne from frequent, burning, itching urination. Secondarily, you _/nay 1o sleep and have Headaches, Hackachtm and feel older, tired, de pressed. In such cues, CYSTEX usu- ally brings relaxing comfort by curb- ing germs in acid urine and cuing aln. Get CYSTEX qtt dl:tRlsts today. Clay Twp. News by MRS CLARK DAVEY The Willis Hansen family were Friday evening visitors of Roger Parkers. 3rd BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Company was entertained in the Dale Christensen home Thursday evening for Jan's 3rd birthday. Those present were Larry Nissens and girls of Atlantic, Ivan Christensens and boys and Gaylor Christensens of Audubon, Andrew Juhlers, and Wilford Fredricksons. Franklin Hemmingseus and family and Bertha Andersen visited Raymond Hem- mingsens Sunday afternoon. Peter Mikkelsens visited Robert Andersens in Atlantic Friday evening for the birthdays of Kirby and Bobby. Dalton Gregersens and boys were Saturday supper guests of Walter Brammans in Avoca in honor of Mr and Mrs Bill Sehultz of Milwaukee, Wisc. Mrs Clark Davey and Gene visited Arthur Heilesens Wednesday afternoon. Clinton Jensens visited Clifford Jensens Tuesday evening. The Henry Walter family visited Ed Nelsons in Atlantic Sunday afternoon. Those helping Russell Lange celebrate his 10th birthday Wednesday evening were Don Waiters, the Henry Walter family, Mrs Pauline Walter and Mrs Jack Johnson and Craig. Thursday evening the Don Wiges family called. The Verdell Hess family visited Dean Fabians Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Chuck Peters spent Monday in the Alvin Lange home. Ed Namanny was a Sunday dinner guest of Norman Christensens. Mr and Mrs Arnold Jacobs helped Mrs Lawrence Christensen of Kimballton celebrate her birthday Sunday afternoon. Mines Mae Andersen, Gerald Fisher, and Folmer Jensen called on Clifford Jensens Wednesday afternoon to see the new baby of Dennis Hansens. Tom Palmers of Worthington, Minn., visited Marvin Andersens Sunday afternoon. Perry Hemphills of Fargo, No. Dak., and Kenneth Petersens and Michone spent the weekend in the Kenneth Ports home. The Hemphills were enroute home from vacationing in Florida. Mrs Orville Bornholdt attended Monroe Sewing Club at Mrs Orval Lamers home Tuesday afternoon. Peter Mikkelsens were Sunday afternoon visitors of Lloyd Obrechts near Harlan. Allan Larsens were visitors of Milo An- dersens Sunday evening. Hans Andersens visited Emmert Andersens Sunday evening. Sunday evening visitors in the Harold Stearns home were Nick Wolkens. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY A dinner party was held in the Don Wiges home Sunday for the birthdays of Don Wiges and Dick, Donnie and Verlee Andersen. Those present were the Gall Lange family, Ted An- dersens, the Bernard Andersen family, the Delbert Andersen family, Merlyn Andersens and Mirehone, Olin Andersens, the Leonard Wiges family, the Ervin Andersen family, and Mrs Anna Wiges. Supper guests were Alvin Langes and the Stan Forde family. Milford Christensens and family visited Rollie Hansens Friday evening. Lynn Andersens were Friday evening visitors of Charles Andersens. Mrs Non'is Voge spent Sunday in the Emil Doner home at Underwood. Mr and Mrs Cliff Thomas and Rex were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Blanch Thomas in Avoca. The Dale Christensen family helped Wilford Fredricksons celebrate their anniversary Friday evening. Milford Christensens and boys were Sunday dinner guests of LaMont Christensens in honor of the baptism of Kimberley Jo, daughter of Lyle Andersens. The Christensens were sponsors. Other guests in the afternoon for Brent's 11th birthday were the Dale Christensen family. Mrs Clifford Jensen spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Folmer Jensen. Walter Moellers were Sunday evening visitors in the Cliff Thomas home. Rorbeck Happy Homemakers treated their husbands to supper Saturday evening at Cronk's Care in Denison. Sunday afternoon visitors of Charles An- dersens were Elmer Andersens. Dalton Gregersens and boys visited Kenneth Bauers in Denison Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Dewey Hess and Kevin were Saturday supper guests of Orville Bornholdts. I I I I Raymond Hemmingsens visited Lawrence Jensens Sunday evening. Norman Christensens visited LeRoy Johansen at Myrtue hospital Sunday evening. The Clark Davey family were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of Gaylord Heilesens. Saturday supper guests of Clifford Jensens were Folmer Jensens. Roger Andersens returned Sunday after vacationing in Texas for a week. Mrs Verdell Hess and Jeff helped Ann Doonan celebrate her 5th birthday Monday evening. Many from this vicinity attended the Golden Wedding of Henry Nelsons Sunday afternoon at the Elk Horn Lutheran church. Henry Waiters and girls visited Franklin Hemmingsens Friday evening. Ted Andersens visited Olin Andersens Sunday evening. Charles Andersens and family visited Willis Hansens Sunday evening. Michael Olson visited Gene Davey Monday afternoon. Clifford Jensens, and Mrs Dennis Hansen and Cindy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Emma Olson at Audubon, afternoon coffee guests of Kennard Hansens and in the evening visited Mrs Mae Andersen at the Salem Home. Sunday evening visitors of Peter Mikkelsens were the Virgil Mikkelsen family and Roger Mikkelsens. Olla Andersens visited Ervin Andersens Monday evening for Verlee's 5th birthday. Hans Andersens visited Franklin Hem- mingsens Sunday evening. Rorbeck Ramblers met at the home of JoNell, John and Lesa Steen Monday evening. Events at Irwin by HELEN VAN ASSELT John Paulsons and Garland Barratts at- tended a ball game at Midwestern in Denison Saturday night. BIRTHDAY VISITORS Howard Campbells and Arlene were Sunday morning visitors of Ralph Campbells for his birthday. Afternoon guests for lunch were the families of Lyle Campbell, Norman Campbell and Vernon Campbell and Mrs Emma Frank. Becky Ferry was a Sunday overnight visitor of her grandmother, Mrs Della Ferry. Mr and Mrs Vic Ferry and Tom spent Saturday in Omaha with their daughter Linda. Mrs Selma Steckelberg was a Monday af- ternoon visitor of Mary Welsch. Ray Anthonys visited residents at the Home in Elk Horn Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Richard Holmes and son were Monday evening supper guests of Ray Anthonys. Lynn Gaskills and sons and Dan Holloways were Sunday dinner guests of Merrill Axlands. The Owen Barry family visited Sunday evening in the Bill Shannon home. HOME ON FURLOUGH Marvin Bissens visited Sunday at Francis Bissens in Defiance. Mrs Keith Greve and Todd joined her husband Keith Greve, who is on a 3 weeks furlough from the army, at the Harry Greve home in Earliug. The Gaillord Knudson family were Sunday dinner guests .o( Bob Olsonin: :Detit Memday evening, Kalmer Knudson Mrs Bob Olson w.ere supper guests of Gaillord Knudsons, Emil Wills of Harlan and Darrel Kuehls of Heron Lake, Minn., were Thursday evening visitors of Bertha Richards. John Gawley returned to his home Friday after an extended stay in a hospital in Omaha. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs Bertha Richards for her birthday were Mr and Mrs Normal Richards and Craig and Cindy Jacobs from Harlan, Messrs and Mmes Lyle Shepard and family of Omaha, Ed Barmun of Woodbine, Mrs Merlin Singbeil and Cindy of Dunlap, Lynn Gaskills and boys and Jack Gaskills and Cathy. LaVern Brucks and Mary visited Charles Brucks in Earling Monday evening. Lyle Armentrouts and Lee visited Wilbur Armentrouts in Atlantic Sunday. The Bob Palmer family of Boone were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Olga Hanson. Last Sunday dinner guests were Bennie Hansens of Harlan. The Jerry Kloewer family were Sunday guests in the Walter Burns home in Council Bluffs and also visited her uncle, Harold Burns, from Detroit, Mich., who was visiting there. AUXILIARY MEETING The Am. Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the community hall with 15 members II II II PAGE 5 The Horlan (Iowa) News-Advertiser Men. MorninL March 17, INt--Phone 7554111 present. Mrs Danley Thompson was selected to get the material for the articles to make for Glenwood. Lunch was served by Mrs John Steenhusen and Mrs Walter Murray. Mrs Agnes McConnell received the lucky tray. Wabigoon club consists of Fishermen of Iowa that have gone to Canada to fish. Saturday night they were entertained at the Orchid Club at Ida Grove for dinner. Those attending were Messrs and Mmes Bob Larson, Kenneth Knudson, Rex Goodner, Edwin Benson, Bob Mortenson, Mayer Knudson, Messrs LaVerne Brue, Gale Barratt and Wayne Plagman. Wayne Paulsen, associate pastor at a Baptist church in Wichita, Kans., has accepted a call from the Baptist Church in Colby, Kans. He. his wife and 9 too. old daughter, Lisa, plan to move to Colby the 1st of May. Wayne, an Irwin li.S, graduate, is the son of Henry Paulsens. Russell Hiatts and Cindy of Ames visited il the Valen Christensen and Bill Hiatt homes during quarter break, returning to Ame Monday afternoon. Irwin Lassies 4-H club met Wednesda evening at the community hall. Sixteen men: bets, two mothers and three leaders wer present. Gall Murray was chosen for candidat for 4 H State Conference and State 4 H Choru,, An all day work-shop will be held March 29 fo sewing and to work on record books. Lunch wa served by Roslyn and Yvonne Rieman. Nex month Nancy Shannon and Donita Anderson wih he hostesses. BAND MOTHERS The Band Mothers met Tuesday afternoon at the lunch room. Election of officers will be held at the next meeting, April B. Lunch was served by Mrs Howard Wiig. Ray Ferrys visited Sunday afternoon in the Vern Petersen home near Manilla. M. M. club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Walter Juhl. Twelve members were present. Two members received secret pal gifts. March 31 was the date set to "eat out" with Husbands at the Holiday Buffet in Harlan. The ladies worked on their sewing and lunch was served. Don Longs and sons of Des Moines were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors of Jr. Olivers. Jr. Oliver and Dick Stephens of Harlan went to Ames Tuesday to attend a three-day meeting on Telephone Equipment. Mr and Mrs Victor Clemons visited his sister, Mrs Rosella Christman, at Eventide in Denison Tuesday afternoon. i I I I II I II I I ! CARDS - I BUSINESS m RAISED PRINTING , 1 II with the new popular handsome | raised printing. $7.00 per 1,000, III 8.50 for 2-color [ HARLAN TRmUNE m I I SAYLOR HOTEL HAgU00 Joy Dudley Friday March 21 10to $ kttm'ies. Aeceuorice We Service All Makes Aids From $155.00 g Up FREE HEARING TESTS Home Calls Weloomed No Obligation Dudley Hearing Aid Service 323-2521 238 W. Broadway Co. Bluffs, Iowa l l l i LICKING GOOD A survey of major dairy and beef teeders in the Midwest compared relative merits of regular corn silage and sweet tasting sugar corn silages. Many dairy feeders said milk production and butterfat content went up considerably when sugar silage was fed. Beef feeders like the way cattle clean up sweet silage feed bunks. A number of them reported fastar increases in cattle weight. Cargill Hi-Sugar 50 is a popular sweet silage with up to 19% sugar in its stalk. It tastes good and cattle like it. It yields good and has great toleran-.e for drouth. It stays green and juicy longer and can be cutlater than corn silages because of its built-in anti-freeze trait. "WILL PROBABLY USE MORE" -- Joe Wehr, Westphalia, Iowa, says: "it's good! I put it in the silo !n layers with regular corn. Cows cleaned it up, cob and all, on Hi-Sugar 50 but not on regular corn. It grew two feed taller than regular corn." "ONE THIRD MORE TONNAGE" -- Leonard Waldo. Vail, Iowa, says: "Our results on feeding Hi-Sugar 50 to beef were as good or better than on ordinary corn. It produced about one-third more ton- nage than regular silage corn." "8 TONS PER ACRE BETTER" -- Galen Schwery, Vail, Iowa, said: "After 2 years Hi-Sugar 50 I I I Ill . had done an outstanding job for me as far as tonnage and palatab,hty. Local Cargill dealers are being furnished with copies of the Survey results. They will be glad to hare them with you and take your order for Hi-Sugar 50 for next year. They can be reached at: HARRY, BURMEISTER, HAKAN, IA. II I [ I Ill II I HUGS MORTEN$OI  N, L. 00sm, H00Um, UC HAMAN WAN ELMER JENSEN, SHELBY, , I II I ROSS NASHf WALNUT. IA.