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More collect Shelby County unemployment Irwin Bloodmobile collects 74 units DES MOINES - Unem- IRWIN - The March 13 Ir- ployment benefits totalling win Bloodmobile collected 74 $94,408 were paid out in units, said chairperson Renae February to 585 people in Wiig. Shelby County. Donors reaching contribution In January, 450 people col- plateaus included: Three gal- lected benefits. Technical fac- Ions - Robert Kloewer of tors - calendar structure and Defiance. Two gallons - twice-monthly payment of job Arid M. Petersen and Joseph insurance claims - were re- sponsible for the increase, said Dick Freeman, Department of Employment Services director. Magnetic Plastic Signs great for car doors. S40 pair Harlan Tribune Attention Medicare Recipients: Will you owe Uncle Sam more beginning January I, 1989? For more informa- tion on the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act and how the right investment strategy can help, call or stop by today. Gordon L. yon Ah$on 615 A. Durant Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 - call collect . Edward D. Jones & Co: Insured Certificates of Deposit 9.25% 3 years $5,000 minimum deposit 9.40% 5 year $5,000 minimum deposit Gordon L. von Ahaen 615 A. Durant Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 - call collect FDIC Insured up to $100,000. Issuer's name available upon request. May be subject to Interest penalty for early wlthdrawt effective 3/13/89. Subject to availability.  Edward ! D. Jone 1 &Cod Schwarte, both of Defiance; and Philip Darringer of Kirk- man. One gallon - Lana Schwieso. First-time donors included Jeff Hicks, Alyson Bruhn, Ron Miller, Tam, Hess, Lisa R. Robinson and Michelle Brundige. Iowa production plunge doesn't faze crop values by- Deft Corn yields down 31 per- cent. Soybean yields down 28 percent. Despite figures like these that compare Iowa's 1988 crop production to 1987, the overall production value for all crops was down only slightly more than 1 percent, reports the 1989 edition of Facts on Iowa Agriculture. Facts on Iowa Agriculture, a report prepared annually by Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, shows 1988 production value for all crops at $4.814 billion, slightly under the '87 value of $4.878 billion. The 1988 crop production value stayed almost even with 1987 because crop prices were higher due to concern about crop shortages. For example, in 1988, the average cash corn price was $2.19. In 1987, the average cash corn price was $1.45. For soybeans, those prices are 1988 - $7.13, 1987 - $4.97. Iowa was ranked in 1988 as the top producing state in corn, soybeans, oats, and hogs. This Newspaper works harder in this community's mteres} than any other pubhcat, on in the world... .M I : $9,000,000" Tax-free College Savings Bonds for the residents of Iowa Part of the toz Super College Savings Program from the State Board of Regenls xpected Offering t hlterest is both federal and state tax free. Flexible maturity dates to match your needs. a annually. Proceeds to support the State University of Iowa. For more information, call or stop b::' Gordon L. yon Ahsen 615 A. Durant Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 - call collect +Estimated: original principal amount = Edward D. Jones & Co." If your I CA isn't earning 9.93%, you're losing interest. Don't settle for low interest on your IRA. I can show you a range of IRA plans that match your financial goals, and help you earn more for retirement. You can even have different IRA's for diversity. Call me today for the details. Gordon L. von Ahsen 615 A. Durant Harlan, Iowa 51537 Phone (712) 755-3887 - call collect " Based on AAA-rated Government CoUaterallzed bonds to maturity ii Edward D. Jones & Co.' Member New York Slock Exchange, Inc Member Securihes Investor Protection Corporebon S Sec A-Pg. 4A dan IA News Advertiser] t. morn., March 18, 1989 ] Phone 755-3111 CALENDAR OF EVENTS March 18 - Legislative breakfast, 8 a.m., Harlan House Coffee shop. March 18 - Harlan Mens Club "Comedy Club Act," 6:30 to 8 p.m. dinner, 8:30 to 10 p.m. show, Harlan Golf & Country Club, tickets $10. March 18 - Polka Fest, 1 p.m., to 1 a.m., Veterans Memorial Building. March 18 Southwest Iowa beekeepers annual meet- ing,9 a.m., 59'er Restaurant. March 18 - Harlan Toastmasters, 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., Mickers Restaurant. March 19 - Earling Style Show, ,dinner 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; show 1:30-3:30 p.m., St. Joseph Hall. March 20 - Girl Scouts open house, 6:30 p.m., St. Michael's Rosman-Parish Center in Harlan. March 20 - Democratic town meeting, 7 p.m., Shelby County Court House. March 21 - Shelby County strategic planning ses- sion, 7-9:30 p.m., open to the public, Myrtue Memorial Hospital Auble Conference Center. March 2I - Harlan Legion and Ladles Auxiliary will celebrate the Legion's 77th birthday with dinner, 6:30 p.m., Mickers Restaurant. March 21 - Shelby County Supervisors meeting, 9 a.m., Court House. March 21 - Nishna Valley Hay Growers, 1 p.m.. Dedham Legion Hall. March 21 & 23 - Shelby cardlopulmonary resuscitation classes, 7 p.m., Shelby Farmers Savings Bank. March 22 - Tornado spotters class, 7:30 p.m., Harlan Community High School auditorium. March 23 - Southwest Iowa transit Agency and SWI Planning Council meeting, 1 p.m., Cass County Court House in Atlantic. March 28 - Bus Driver Awards Banquet, 7 p.m., 59'er Restaurant. April 1 - Ladles Fake, sponsored by American Business Women, time to be announced, Harlan National Bank. SHELBY COUNTY EXTENSION CALENDAR March 20 - Family Living Committee, 9 a.m., ex- tension office. March 21 - Shelby County Swine record analysis close-outs, 7:30 p.m., Harlan National Bank. March 21 - Tractor safety course, 7-9:30 p.m., Harlan National Bank. March 22 - Shelby County Extension Council, 7:30 p.m., extension office. IWCC HARLAN CENTER CALENDAR March 11-18 - ACT preparation, 8-10 a.m. and 10 a.m. to noon. March 20 - IWCC Board meeting plus open house. 4:45 to 6 p.m. (Write a letter to the editor.) Letter-to-the-editor policy Readers of this newspaper are strongly encouraged to share their views and thoughts in the Letters-to- the-Editor section. We have a few guidelines. Letters should deal with issues that are of 'interest to the general public. They must include the author's sig- nature and address. Although unsigned letters are wel- come, they will not be considered for publication. Let- ters critical of a public person or group will not be printed without a verified signature. We will not print letters that are libelous, in poor taste, endorse a politi- cal candidate, product or business, or deal with matters that are private tn nature. Il il 2002 18TH STREET, HARLAN Here's your opportunity for that well-built brick ranch home you've always wanted. Four bedrooms, two-car garage with utility room, big kitchen, living room with fireplace, two bathrooms on main floor. Basement is carpeted and has bedroom and bathroom - great for kids or for entertaining. Call 755-5405 or 755-7375 for information. PRICED TO SELLI Ill I April 15 Will you be paying Uncle Sam, or yourself?. 7.719%* to maturity Earn this rate of return and pay no federal taxes. Tax-free Municipal Bonds offer a solid rate of return on which you will pay no federal income taxes. None For all the details, call me today. Gordon L. von Ahaon 615 A. Durant Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 - call collect  to AlternNe Mlmum Tax. Edward D. Jones & Co. Member New York StOCk Exchange, Inc Member Securities Investor Prolix'liOn Corporation Harlan tornado spotters class reset for March 22 The Tornado spotters class originally scheduled for March 3, has been rescheduled March 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the Harlan Community High School au- ditorium. Gary Wiese from the National Weather Service in Omaha will be the guest speaker. Easter is in Full Bloom! Just Arrived ...Order Your Easter Idly Early/ Just call or visit us today to send the FTD Bunny Basket'" Bouquet. Easter Sunday is March 26. FTD' never eods, TM ,i: Blooming Plants Starting At: $650 Cash & Carry Orchid Special Order early/ Fresh arrangements & green plants. Easter balloons & silk arrangements. ,Flowers by Ron on the flower corner" 6th & Market 755-2666 or 755-2833 HARLAN A, Come home to quality. Come home t( NOW COME HOME TO We'll have the style size and to best suit your needs. ELK HORN LUMBER CO. 2111 Broadway Elk Horn, 1,4 764-4016 Harlan Flower Shop & Harlan Clothing presents ! AvoHa Elk Horn-Kimballton HarlanCommuni?y Irwin-Kirkman-Manill Neola-Tri-Center Shelby-Tennant Walnut REGISTER to WIN... and you and your date could win one of three great prom prizes from your '89 Prom Headquarters... Harlan Flower Shop & Harlan Clothing. FREE Prom Corsage, Boutonniere, Garter, Floral Hair piece & L/2 doz. roses Choose from our quality, fresh-cut flowers, corsages & hair pieces at Harlan Flower Shop. FREE service Rental Choose from over I00 styles from the tuxedo professionals. Prom Specials starting at $38 at Harlan Clothing. If you're a junior or senior from one of the schools listed above, be sure to come in and register before Sat., April 1. Drawing Mon., April 3. FEATURING AN AWARD WINNING DESIGNER & A MASTER FLORIST ON STAFF 722 Market Hadan, A 755-3188 1-800-432-5055 HOME OF THE "BOTTOM TRY US FOR ALL YOUR No. Side of the Square, downton 'ii