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Soc lub Events byKimWegener 2 Sec A -Pg.7A ' rlanlA News Advertiser I t. morn., March 18,1989/ Phone 75 as-Mortensen at St. Michael's ...... and Mike Kimballton, and John were married Feb. Thomas, brother of bride ..... St. Michael's Denison.  Dave A reception was held at the the 4 p.m. Kimballton Town Hall with Larry and Barb Petersen as couple are host and hostess. Thomas of Coffee was poured by and Julie Karlen Jacobsen and Lorie Obrecht. Punch was poured by . .... was given in Becky Lange and Peggy Potts. parents. Ma- Patty Mortensen and Bev Gra- was Patricia bil were cake servers. of bride, Iowa The bride is a 1981 graduate was Julie of Denison Community High Denver, School and a 1984 graduate of the University of South Richard Dakota with a dental hygiene James degree. She is a dental of groom, hygienist for Dr. Stephen groomsman. Allen DDS in Harlan. lanell Hansen The groom is a 1980 gradu- )f as ate of Elk Horn-Kimballton were Tracy High School. He is owner and szster of groom, operator of Mike's Welding in MR AND MRS MIKE MORTENSEN Kimballton. Following a ski trip to Keystone, the couple is at home in Kimballton. PL Women make plans for World Relief projects Peace Lutheran Women of Harlan met March 11 for their : ' monthly meeting. Brunch was :' served by Linda Kuhn and Cindy Eckert. Bible study leaders were Marian Riessen and Lorene Thiede. Material and designs were submitted and discussed for altar cloth purchases in the future. Health, layette and sewing kits will be the Lutheran World Relief projects. These will be assembled at the April meeting. Discussion was held on plans for a bake sale on May 6 at Headlines Styling Salon. "Letter to the Elderly" names were submitted and chosen. Following the meeting, napkins were folded and deco- rated for the Bethesda Home in Wisconsin. iii! = KATHY REINIG JOHN GOETZ Kathy Retnig to become bride of John Goetz Mr and Mrs Joe Reinig of Portsmouth announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Kathy to John Goetz, son of Mr and Mrs Bill Goetz of Panama. Kathy is a 1984 graduate of Harlan Community High School, and a 1988 graduate of Iowa State University. She is a chemical marketing analyst with Union Pacific Railroad in Omaha. John is a 1982 graduate of Harlan Community High School, and a 1986 graduate of Northwest Missouri State University. He is an agricul- tural commodity grader with the United States Department q)f Agriculture. Th couple plans a June 17 wedding at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Portsmouth. Pre-Easter Sale COUPON COUPON /i i!::i(%: i i: ::!ill i,i ...... assemble new historical society books the Shelby County Historical Soci- !sday evening to assemble next year's distribution at their meeting on p.m. at the museum. will present the program on will explain the five county effort a publication to be widely dis- SUmmer. Feltz will also show slides KIM WEGENER /tlarlan Newspaperg of tourist spots in Shelby County. Coffee hosts will be Mr and Mrs Bob Sorenson, Vernie Schack and Mr and Mrs Harold Shupe. Member with names ending in S are asked to bring bars or cookies for the social hour following the meeting. Above from left: Gwen Block, Lorna Tinsley and Rita Ohlinger assembling new programs. at Harlan Tribune KIS Photo Center. As fast Complete photo processing and fast, per- lad Guaranteed Quali Tax Rate & a 9% State Tax Rate "Penalty for early withdrawl Member FDIC 674-3245 Guests attend bridge club at Hall home Liz Hall was hostess for a luncheon bridge last Wednes- day. Guests were Nancy Ross and Pat Christiansen. Prize winners were Jan Stamp, Kathy Tremmel and Judy Juhler. The club will meet next at the home of Jan Stamp. NOTICE 4-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your subscription - it is stamped right 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. Congregate mealsite menus Announcing: SHELLY THRAEN ROONEY - dauglzer ofRon & Linda Thraen has opened her new Beauty salon in the Thraen Mini Mall at 5th & Court St., Harlan, IA. She is putting on a: Eastern Star inspection held in Irwin District Instructor Alice Chance was in charge of the School of Instruction and In- spection at the Masonic Tem- ple in Irwin on March 11. Eighteen officers and several guests attended the school and sgpper served by the night circle at the United Methodist Church in Irwin. Special guests attending the inspection were Dorothy Er- rett, Grand Marshall; Alice Chance, District Instructor; Margaret Larson, Past Grand Electer; Marcia Bigg, Past Grand Warden; Ila nix, Past Grand Chaplain; Darlene Heilesen, Worthy Matron and Past Grand Chaplain; Charles Gocken, Worthy Patron; Bob Christensen, Worthy Patron; and Richard Schmidt, Worthy Patron. Persons attended from Exira, (March 20-24) Harlan, Audubon, Manning Monday - baked ham with and Vail. raisin sauce, candied sweet potatoes, brussel sprouts, bread and ginger bread with Duplicate bridge whipped topping. Tuesday- salisbury steak winners named with brown gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered asparagus, Monday duplicate bridge bread and rice pudding with winners at the Harlan Golf and raisins. Wednesday- barbeque chicken, buttered peas and carrots, red gelatin with apple- sauce, bread and tapioca pudding. Thursday- beef roast, mashed potatoes with gravy, apple salad, hot roll andpear crisp. Friday - breaded fish patty, butteredwax beans with toma- toes, pineapple coleslaw, bun and pumpkin custard. (Meals will be held at Mickers this next week. Lucille Ruth is mealsite manager. For reservations call her at 755- 2791, Monday-Friday. Reservations must be made before 9 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.) PRESSURE SENSITNE. LABELS, for file folders and many other uses. Many Label sizes in stock at Tribune Office Suppl. Country Club were Nortb South: Rusty Wirth, Martin Zaccone, high; Margie Schenck, Bernie Donlin, sec- ond. East-West: Mary Chris- tensen, Frances Goodner, high; Helen Fischer, Marne aupin, second. Cross-Lites says: [ Regarding man's sal- , vation, it is not his I wos, but believing on God's Son, the I Lord Jesus Christ. i if i i INCOME TAX PREPARATION Permanents: $15 - $20 Men's Permanents a Specialty: $15 a.m.-3 p.m. t Mon. - Sat. i/ All Day FREE PARKING! Individuals Business Farm "Accurate Personalized Service" - Fred Carlson - OPEN Sun., March 19, 12 - 4 for your shopping convenience CARLSON ACCOUNTING & TA]( SERVICE Hwy 59 North (Beside 59or Steakhouse) Harlan By Appointment: 755-3176 Garden club members have guest night The Shelby County Garden Club met for a potluck guest supper Tuesday evening at the Harlan Mealsite. Twenty-one members answered roll call by introducing their guests. Mavis Piercy and Ruth Sorensen were in charge of the program. Earl Sampson of Elk Horn showed slides of his travel by horseback through Wyoming, Montana, Dakota and Ne- braska. The club will meet April 29 at 9 a.m. at Marion Nelson's home. Members will tour greenhouses and nurserys in Council Bluffs. On May 9, the club hostesses will be Viola O'Neill and Rhoda Graves. JULIE JOHNSON SCOTT KLOEWER Johnson-Kloewer to wed in August Mr and Mrs Alvin A. John- son of Spencer, IA., an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Kay to Scott Allen Kloewer, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Kloewer of Defiance. Julie is employed at John- son Supply Company in Spencer. Scott is employed at Lundt and Seats Plumbing and Heating in Spencer. An August 5 wedding is being planned. March 20 . People Who Care will meet at 7 p.m. at the Myrtue Memorial Hospital Auble Conference Center. Frank Carr, director of the Manning Substance Abuse Treatment Center, will present the program. Students who attended the "Substance-free Schools and Committees" conference in Des Moines last month will speak. March 21 - Harlan Christian Women's Club will meet from 9:15-11:15 a.m. at the 59'er Restaurant. The theme will be spring tie-up. Mary Streck of McKinney, TX., will be the guest speaker. Mary Beth Kaufman will present the program on "Why Knot Tie Scarves." Lori Ahrenholtz of Defiance will provide the music. Reserva- tions can be made by calling 755-7489 or 755-7677. Genealogy Society makes donation to Harlan Library Nishnabotna Genealogy Society has donated a two year subscription to the Genealogy Digest to the Harlan Commu- nity Library. Margaret Christensen was in charge of the program, "Cousins Helping Cousins," when society members met Monday afternoon at Thelma Petersen's home. The next meeting will be on April 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Prairie Trails Museum with Marlene Hansen in charge of the program. MR AND MRS VALEN CHRISTENSEN Harlan couple marks 40 years together Mr and Mrs Valen Chris- tensen of Harlan invite rela- tives and friends to help them celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on March 25. A dance will be held from 8 p.m.-12 a.m. at the Corley Community Hall. The couple was married Jan. 10, 1949 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church at Jack- sonville. They are the parents of five children and 11 grandchildren. MR AND MRS FRED HOLTZ Avoca couple to observe 40th anniversary Mr and Mrs Fred Holtz of Avoca will observe their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house reception from 5-7 p.m. at the Avoca Legion Hall on March 25. A dance will be held from 8-12 p.m. at the hall. Fred and Arlene (Thomsen) were married on March 25, 1949 at the First Lutheran Church in Avoca. They have lived and farmed in the Avoca area, and now reside at 113 Kearney St., in Avoca. Hosting the reception will be their children: Dale and Debra Holtz of Avoca, Patricia and Raymond Ostrus of Wiota, Kenneth and Deborah Holtz of Kennard, NE., Nancy and Larry Ellison of Atlantic, Duane and Sandra Holtz of Avoca, and Roger Holtz of Avoca. The couple has 10 grand- children and three step grand- children. They request no gifts. SOCIAL SECURITY REP. IN HARLAN Each 4th Wednesday of the month, at Court House from 9:30 a.m.-Noon. Toll-free number is: 1-800-234-5772. CAROL ANNE HYNES WILLIAM ASSMANN Couple plans April wedding in Florida Mr and Mrs Gordon J. Hynes of Sagamore Hills, OH., announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Carol Anne to William J. Assmann,- son of Mr and Mrs Michael A. Assmann of Earling. Carol Anne is a 1981 graduate of Norconia High School in Masadonia, OH., and a 1985 graduate with a BA in public administration from Miami University. She is employed by Re- source Engineering and Plan- ning in West Palm Beach, FL. William is a 1981 graduate of Harlan Community High School, and received a BS in accounting from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Me., in 1985. He is employed by Ernst and Whinney of West Palm Beach, FL. The couple is planning an April 8 wedding in Orlando, FL. Harlanltes' son-in- law receives good conduct medal Marine Staff Sgt. Danny Abrams was recently awarded the U.S. Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal. His wife, Di- ane, is the daughter of Larry and Connie Margritz of Har- lan. Abrams received the award for good behavior and conduct over a three-year period in the Marine Corps. He is serving with the 2nd Force Service Support Group, Camp Leje- une, NC. He is a 1976 graduate of Ashtabula High School, Ashtabula, OH. d Many Easter Bunnies, Stuffed Animals and Decorations in Our Back Room only $1.00 each! (values to $3.95) Thurs., Fri., Sat. & Sun., March 16-19 Only 10 Days Left - Use These Coupons For Savings & Selection! 30% Off 25% Off (3Its ,- g9 Car/_t O 420 btarkvl Slreel ll,Im,. IA. 51537 1 1/2 Blocks East el Spurgeon's 755-3376 / /