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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT "HEADLINES" By Carol Kenton Director of Economic Development legislative breakfast House Speaker 3-16-89 Breakfast _ The Harlan House Coffee Shop this Saturday is the site and time of your next . with state Sen. Bill Hutchins, and state s Muhlbauer, Mike Peterson and Wendell Pellett to before the Iowa legislature this year. Special will be Speaker of the House, Donald D. at our last two breakfasts has been very la Night is another chance to see our leg- those from the rest of the state. The Harlan chambers of commerce in Southwest Iowa year. The reception will be Monday, at the Starlite Village Motel from 6 to 9 p.m. in Car pooling is being arranged by the Chamber calling 755-2114. - This is the last reminder of the extension planning process for Shelby the third area of the state to be able to take designed to help communities plan to be included with a group of Harlan and who will actively pursue the course and betterment, then come to the first meet- March 21, at 7 p.m. in the Auble Center of Our list of concerned citizens in- with this process is rapidly growing. The a very wide base of people involved. The revolved the better the results. elected Harold was re- to the NC+ Advisory the re- ;ion held in 21. The by or- in Schwery was elected to the council by his fellow dealers in the central region. Dele- gates were elected in each sales region across the nation. Danish Immigrant Museum's collections growing The Danish Immigrant Museum is growing! Volun- teers Verdie Christensen of Elk Horn and Helga Jensen of Audubon recently found out just how big the Museum had gotten when they completed a count of the artifacts they and others had helped to catalogue over the past four years. The total of 8,246 objects includes family heirlooms brought from Denmark, tools and fur- nishings the immigrants used in America, and crafts that show a continuing Danish tradition. About twice a week gener- ous supporters of the Mu- seum bring to the office or ship from across the country their gifts of Danish Ameri- can heritage. Volunteers come every Thursday afternoon to assist the Museum staff in numbering and describing each object before it is placed in storage, packed and ready for moving in the new build- ing when completed. Each object has a Denmark connection. Donor's are asked to provide the stories behind the dress, chair, trunk, or lghotograph. Family histories are gathered in this way so that exhibit designers will be able to draw on this informa- tion to make the object come alive for visitors. If you would like to help with the cataloguing and see Irwin bingo set berships, with 15 memberships still outstanding. After deduct- for April start ing $239.49 for expenses, the chamber is operating with a IRWIN - Bingo and balances $2,755.26 balance. took center stage at the March Cindy Mohn has been se- 1 Irwin Chamber of Commerce Plane downed, son of Woodbine lady feared dead in Atlantic ocean WOODBINE - An Indi- anola pilot is missing and feared dead after the single-en- gine plane he was flying from Waterloo to Stuttgart, West Germany, went down Thurs- day in the Atlantic Ocean be- tween Nova Scotia, Canada, and Ireland. Don Leonard, son of Mrs Ralph Leonard of Woodbine, was piloting one of two six- passenger Cessna planes for a Waterloo aircraft sales com- pany. A McCanless official said the planes were to be sold lected manager and security person for bingo, slated to be- gin the first Thursday in April. Bingo profits will be used for economic development. " Sec A- Pcj. 3A rlan IA News Advertiser I t. morn., March 18, 1989,) Phone 755-3111 ./ SAME DAY REPRINTS AT Harlan Tribune KIS photo center. As fast as one hour service available. Complete photo processing and fast, personal service right here in Harlar the interesting variety of arti- meeting at the Rose Petal. facts received, call the Mu- Treasurer Bill Brue reported seum office at 764-7001. collecting $495 from 90 mem- PHEASANTS ANQ v & AucTUEIo Friday, March 31 Corley Community Hall, Corley, Iowa Social Hour: 6 p.m. Prime Rib Dinner: 7:30 p.m. Raffles & Auction: 8:30 p.m. ,2750 'n'""''""""" Tickets Auction. $12.50 Meal & Auction Call Mike Kolbe, 755-3111 ; or Orv Juhler, 755-2131 or 755-2377 evenings Panama Community Chorus presents: April 1, 2 & 3 7:30 p.m. ST. MARY'S PARISH HALL, PANAMA Officials of the company said rescue teams dispatched from Nova Scotia have called off their search. No passen- gers were on the downed craft, said Terry Lorenzen, company official. The crash was not weather-related, he said, added All seats reserved. For tickets & that Leonard "ditched" the air- craft after experiencing prob- reservations call: lems. The other plane landed safety in London to refuel, it BARB LEIHEN: 489-2790 was stated, or aw Chorus member. Leonard's survivors include in West Bermany. ."' Ticke!s: $4.00 Adults I1[ & $2.00-Chddren ill P his wife, Shirley, and a Mar. 18 (g a.m.- noon) daughter, April__ Mar. 19 (11 a.m.- 2 p.m.) HARLAN PARKS & RECREATION Commercial pesticide Open Table Tennis )rnmunity Library Community Room applicator training MUST BE SIGNED UP TO BE is Tournament ELIGIBLE TO PLA Yr. Critters and varmits will be the subjectofatrainingses- [  April I sion for Pest Control Opera- ...... , tors at the West Pottawat- tamie County Extension Of- fice on Wednesday, March 22, DIVISIONS l'O BE DETERMINED olds AII,i O& 1 lyr; olds must 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Three Con- tinuing Education Units will be offered for commercial ap- plicators. Iowa State University Ex- tension Wildlife Specialist, Jim Pease will discuss biol- ogy and control of birds, bats and rodents. Non-chemical and chemical approaches to con- trol will be discussed. There will be a $2 registration fee for materials. Pre-registration is not required. Sign -Up Deadline March 22, by calling City Hall at 755-5137. $3 per person 'lllrl prlor to deadllne $5 after deadline if opening exists. :::::: ::::::: D , - , t   r. D  r, ,B !:!:i:i:i:i:i:i:: iiiii!iii y Potato Wedges  il Fam,l S 17 5 ' iiii!, ordered separately Single t' .7 "y iiiii iiiii!iiiiii ........ iiiiiiii!i!iiiiii!i '11111 - SPEC|AL MEFTINGS - You are invited to attend a series of challenging Bible messages designed to: ENCOURAGE HELP ANSWER * ASSIST Rev. Willis R. Hull Elyrla, Ohio In these days of chaos and confusion, the Bible has the answer. It stands as the solution for every problem. Your time invested in attending these meetings will be richly rewarded. Pastor Willis Hull comes as God's man, with God's message preached with love and sincerity. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 1310 7th St. HARt.AN, IOWA Roger HI Crawford, Pastor MARCH 19-24 Sunday - Friday Sunday 11 a.m. & 7 p.m. Weeknites: 7:00 p.m. N u rsery p rovided at ........................ John 1:12 "But as many as received Him to them gave He the power to become the Sons of God." % 4 month C.D. $5,000 minimum deposit Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Checking, Savings, Loans And More 712 Durant / Harlan / 755-2188 - Sun., March 19 Style Show 11:OO a.m.-l:30 p.m. ROAST BEEF DINNER Advance tickets: $4.50 (at door $5) 12 yrs. & under, advance $2, door $3 1:30-3:30 p.m. SITLE SHOW "Fashions for all ages"! All tickets $3.00 RY UEEN * Opening Thurs., March 16 * OFF YEAR TOWN MEETING @ Mon., March 20 THE COURTROOM of the SHELBY CO. COURTHOUSE $500 in DOOR PRIZES! ALL PROCEEDS GO TO EARLING PARISH & SCHOOL IN HARLAN & SHELBY, IA e ALL DEMOCRATS ARE URGED TO ATTEND COUNTY :!ATION: 'AUSTIN ON TAP' . TUES., MAR. 21 7:30 RM. e HCHS AUDITORIUM, HARLAN, IOWA :D BY 16TH ANNUAL Featuring SHELBY CO. PANCAKE SUPPER CAKES vtv Thurs., Mar. 30 5:15 - 8:00 p.m. VET'S AUDITORIUM, HARLAN $2.75--Advance LIVE $3.00-At Door  ENTERTAINMEN T Kids 5  PROVIDED. & under-S1.50 4