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Nei borhood News by Kim Wegener .a Sec A -Pg. 5A " arian IA News Advertiser I t. morn., March 18. 1989 J Phone 755-3111 J Larson returned a two week Califomia. and Ken ty, W. Ariz., ;antos faro- Lois and ountain Val- Carolyn and Solvang, CA -.SPecially to se vno was recover- She is guests at the tad Ruth Julius Dr and Mrs NE., held Saturday at the Baptist Memorial Home. The party was held there so Thelma's aunt, Mollie Knudson, a resi- dent, could attend. Hosting the event were her children and grandchildren: Jerry and Lois Nelson, Danielle, Dawn, Deanna, Angie, David and fiance, Michelle Woods, Eugene and Debbie Mericle, Jeffrey and Jennifer, all of Council Bluffs, Julie French, Trisha and Tanya, of Underwood, and John and Dorene Stovall of Omaha; Also her niece, Mrs Ron French and Alex of Council Bluffs, Gloria Kallevig and of came Mon- guest of her Sanders She came on NE., Aletha Nelson both of Irwin, n of Howard and Dolores Michel- son of Kirkman, Lorraine En- gel and Geraldine Huntley of Omaha, Hilmer and Glendeen Wiig of Bancroft, NE., Mary and Tabitha Ahrenholtz, Mrs Shari Petersen, Ruth Ten Eych, Gladys Hansen, Alberta Boggess and Gladys Lacey all of Harlan. Hilmer videotaped the party and Thelma received out of town a beautiful birthday cake. On Friday morning, Beth Beard, Phyllis Hansen and Lilas Petersen surprised Mrs Nelson with a birthday cake and brunch at her home. of Mr and of Council Mrs Ron and of be held on Harlan Shilling at St. in Le died of 15. , her hus- tacy, of Alfons Stracke of Perry died March 10 at the Perry Nursing Home. Alfons was a re- former Shelby County resi- a months deaL He is survived by his sons Y and daughters of the Perry area, and his brother, Leonard Stracke of Harlan, Joe Stracke ', of Omaha, Nub Stracke of Petry m Council Bluffs, Bernard Stracke of Defiance, Laurina Schmitz of Portsmouth, Made Nufria of Richmond, IN., Bernadine Assman of Phoenix, AZ., and numerous nieces and nephews. Dinner guests at the Harlan Huckins' home on Tuesday to help Harlan and Gertie celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary were Mr and Mrs Dale Snyder and and her Francis of Manilla, Mr and of Mrs Arnold Jensen of Elk Horn, Mr and Mrs Tony Aft- teacher at pel of Defiance, Mr and mrs is 1345 Floyd Atkinson, Bill Huckins Le and John Huekins of Harlan. On Sunday, Mr and Mrs Harlan Huckins and Bill vis- ited at the John Yohe home in Knowlton Council Bluffs to visit with % and Lece Leo and Frieda Huckins of Las City, Vegas, NV. guests this and and June Funeral services were held in Scranton on Tuesday for Roxanna Tillier. She was the mother of Hazel Chris- in, grand- tensen. Former Harlan resi- and dents, Dr E.T. and Hazel Christensen, now live in on Scranton. Pete in the Attending services were and grandchildren: David T. Christensens, Byron Chris- his tensen, Linda Johnson and Leslie, Debbie Christensen and Leonard, and Jason Chris- tensen all of Harlan. Jason sang a solo at the funeral. Baron 10 AZ. Har- Paul lnd Mr of prings, lay Was NOTICE 4-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your subscription - it is stamped tight after your name on page one. If it says 4-89 that means your paper expires this month and will be stopped on April 1, 1989. -- PHONE YOUR NIEWS TO 7SS-,1111 -- Spring BIRTHS ABWA finalizes plans for Ladies Faiere The Harlan Chapter of American Business Women will sponsor a Ladies Faiere on April 1 at 9:30 a.m. in the Harlan National Bank community room. This will be the group's fundraiser for their scholarship fund. A brunch will be held followed by a style show. Booths on several topics including china painting, scarves and accessories, manicures, teddy bears and sewing will be set up during the morning. Lori Wells of Fonda will give a humorous KIM WEGENER/llarhn Newspapers speech entitled, "Women in the 80s, Having It All Up To Here." Tickets are available from ABWA members. Planning committee members met on Tuesday to finalize plans for the day. Front from left: Arline Gans, Bette Sorenson (with her reproduction doll, Peaches, Sorenson will have a display) and De- loris Adams; Back: Ann D'Arcy, Noreen Shannon, Helen Sellers and Donna Escher. BOY- John and Mary Murtaugh of Wayne, NE., are the parents of a son born Feb. 7, 1989. He weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces, and has been named Tyler Jonathan. Tyler has a brother, Joshua, 8, and a sister, Jessica, 5. His grandparents are Helen Stein of Portsmouth, and Mr and Mrs Frank Murtaugh of Harlan. Freda Clarey of Deni- son is his great grandmother. BOY- Tom and Margaret Goeser of Manilla announce the birth of their son, Adam Michael. He was born March 3, 1989, and weighed 8 pounds, 10 1/2 ounces. Adam has a brother, Danny, 2. His grandparents are Ed and Marilyn Goeser of Harlan, and Pete and Adelaide Croghan of Panama. BOY- Jerry and Teresa Haas of Wichita, KS., are the parents of a son born March 14, 1989. He weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces, and has been named Jason Allan. Ja- son joins two sisters, Laura, 6, and Linda, 4. His grandparents are Harry and Jane Lee of Carrollton, VA., and John and Hertha Haas of rural Harlan. Great grandparents are Emmett Lohr of Virginia, and Erna Klever of Audubon. GIRL - Mark and Sharol McCutcheon of Harlan an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Ashley Daun. She was born March 14, 1989 and weighed 8 pounds, 10 1/2 ounces. Ashley has two brothers, Aaron, 4, and Seth, 1 1/2. Her grandparents are Robert and Doris McCutcheon, and Lee and Ethel Schlueter all of Atlantic. BOY- Doug and Tammy McGhee of Harlan are the par- ents of a son born March 14, 1989. He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces, and has been named Ian Michael. Ian has a sister, Ashley, 3 1/2. His grandparents are Harry and Dee Carr of Paulding, OH., and Dave and Claudia McGhee of Van Wert, OH. Ian's great grandmothers are Ruth Can" and Ella Schuller both of Saint Marys, OH., Helen Green of Van Wert, OH., and Cathy McGhee of Riverside, CA. BOY - Zachary John is the name chosen for the son of Paul and Patty Steenhusen of Harlan. He was born March 15, 1989 and weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces. Zachary has a brother, Joshua, 3 1/2. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Merle Greer of rural Har- lan, and Mr and Mrs John L. Steenhusen of Irwin. Great grandparents are former Harlan residents, Mr and Mrs Earl Greer of Omaha. f Mrs John Scott Marie Rau. is Tuesday receives high club hostess score at 500 Mrs Edwin Olson and Mrs Bernice Stracke entertained Harlan School lunch program (March 20-24) HCHS Monday - school made chicken noodle soup, relishes and dill pickle spears, cinna- mon roll and fresh fruit Tuesday - tacos With shredded lettuce and cheese, corn, pears and school made cookie. Wednesday- chicken fried steak mashed potatoes and gravy, b ueberry muff n and fruit cu"hursday-- - sloppy Joe french fries, mixed vegetables and M&M bar. Friday - Good Friday, no school. Chef's salad lunch and salad bar are available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available ev- ery Friday. Harlan Middle School Monday- chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, cornbread with syrup and fruit CUiruesday" - tuna and noodles, mixed vegetables, peaches and frostedcake. Wednesday - tacos with shredded lettuce and cheese, corn, fresh orange wedges, and rice with cinnamon and sugar. Thursday- barbeque pork ribette on a bun, baked beans, Russell Chipman were guests applesauce and spice bar. when Mrs John Scott enter- Friday - Good Friday, no tained her bridge club on school. Tuesday. Salad bar is available every. Winning prizes were Mar- day. Bread and butter sand-;- garet Goede, high; Mrs Bob wiches, peanut butter sand- Booth, second; and Mrs Dale wiches and milk are served ev- Swanson, low. ery meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. Mrs Swanson will be the West Ridge next hostess in two weeks. New Park Schools Monday - chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, cornbread with syrup and fruit CU . uesday - fish nuggets with tartar sauce, hash browns, peas, and strawberry short cake. Wednesday - tacos with shredded lettuce and cheese, corn, and fresh orange wedges. Thursday- barbeque pork on a bun, baked beans, apple- sauce and spice bar. Friday- Good Friday, no school. Bread and butter sand- wiches, peanut butter sand- wiches and milk are served ev- ery meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. SOCIAL SECURITY REP. IN HARLAN Each 4th Wednesday of imonth, at Court House from 9:30 to 12 noon. Toll free number is 1-800.678.4561. her 500 club at her home on Tuesday afternoon. At the end of play, Marie Rau received high score, Ver- ena Coenen, second; and Edna Weihs, low. Bernice Anastasi will be the hostess on March 28. What have you done lately g- i to make Your Community a better place? Happy 60th, Mom & Grandma From your "Baker's Dozen" 10N3M 3"1"110'1 755-5909 Daisy Girl Scout Troop 39 Daisy Girl Scout Troop #39 had their investiture ceremony in February. Kathy Tye is the troop leader. Front from left: Lisa Bennett, Katie Fahn and Amanda Lee; Back: Bethany Perkins, Katie Tye and Jessica Anderson (photo contributed.) "I lost my babyrat at Diet Center" Susan SaDttJames I laving my fourth baby was ,| Sll;.lp. but 1, )sing' the weight afterwards was tough. Th:tt's why I went I,) Diet Collier. They helped mc lose weight Fast, 2104 GARFIELD, HARLAN, IA (Next to Harlan Auto Mart) Special Orders Accepted On This Sale! UP TO Prom & Wedding .... Special Starting Price of $38.00 Order Tux, corsage & =iere, Get Shoes FREE With order. rs by Ron Corner" 6th & Market 'r 755-2833 HARLAN SIMMONS MAXIPEDIC MAXISTYLE MAXIVALUE NOW . THRU Easy Living MARCH 31 ! 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