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3-15-89 HAPPENINGS AT CHURCH During the Saturday eve and Sunday morning Masses at St. Mary's Church a collec- tion for Archbishop Arkfeld in New Guinea and Ft. Paul Koch in Bohvia was taken up to be sent to them. At the Masses March 18 and 19 at St. Mary's Church, members of the First Eu- charist class will receive their Lapel Cross. March 19 following the 9 a.m. Mass, coffee and rolls will be served in the Com- munity Hall. Sunday, First Eucharist C.C.D. classes following 9 a.m. Mass till 11:30 a.m. Friday, Ann Weigand and son, Harold Weigands of New Hampton came Friday for a visit at Ann's sister, AI (Vi) Skallas. Saturday, Skallas and Weigands visited at Anna and Vi's sister, Rich (Pat) Steins in Omaha. The following from St. Mary's parish attended World Day of Prayer Friday begin- ning at United Methodist Church in Persia: Emma Lefeber, Rita Ohlinger, Micky Leinen,s, Lidwina Rau, Kate Plambeck, Ethel Heller, Walter Wears, Shirley Wiese, Henry Hellers, Mary Ellen Reisz, Arlene Reinig, Carmella Grap and Fr. Mike McLaughlin. In 1990, St. Mary's of Portsmouth plans to be the host. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Rich Steins, Cindy Cham- berlain and daughter, Vicki and Russ Stein of Omaha were dinner guests Sunday of J.P. Steins, helping their mother, Lena celebrate her birthday. They also visited with their father, J.P. Stein, a patient at Myrtue Hospital. Phil Herkenraths Sr. and guests their daughter, Jane Malley and Kim of Phoenix, AZ enjoyed noon luncheon Friday with Bonnie Peterson at a cafe in Harlan. RECEIVES DOCTORS DEGREE Nick Brucks Sr. left Friday for a few days visit at their son, Nick Brucks Jr. at Bet- tendorf where on Friday eve they all attended the gradua- tion of Robyn (Nick Jr.) Bruck from Palmer College at Davenport, where she received a doctor degree as a chiroprac- tor. Saturday this group was joined by Mrs Phil Herken- rath Sr., John Herkenrath family of Fremont, NE; Ron Brucks of Co. Bluffs; Steve Ingrams of Gretna, NE; Rick Guses of Omaha; Jim Larsens of Newton and Todd Roecker family of Primghar when they all attended the reception held at Knights of Columbus Hall in Bettendorf honoring Robyn's graduation. Also Denny (Judy) Hagens of Cedar Falls, attend the reception. They all returned to their homes Sunday. Robyn will begin work in April at Epson Clinic in Epson, NH. Bill Plambecks Sr. of Per- sia were guests Sunday after- noon of his mother, Kate. Sunday dinner guests of A1 Skallas were their daughter, Wayne (Connie) Juhl, Molly and Amy of Breda; Harold Weigands and Ann Weigand of New Hampton. They all returned home late Sunday af- ternoon. Rich Steins of Om- aha visited for a short time Sunday morning at AI Skallas. ATTEND WRESTLING TOURNEY Linus Kochs attended the wrestling tournament Satur- day at Woodbine at which their grandsons, Joe and Josh (Tim) Koch participated. Helen Reinig returned home Sunday after being a guest since Friday at her sister, Martin (Peggy) Schwartes in Co. Bluffs. Barry and Michelle (Raid) Fuller of Newton were week- end guests of their uncle and aunt, Neil Petsches. ! IRA? Check with State Farm Competitive Rates. Guaranteed Lifetime Income; Waiver of Premium for Disability Option. "Good Neighbor" Service. 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I " Integrated Resources Equity Corporation Members NASD & SIPC EVE DINNER HONORS BIRTHDAYS Delmar Mikelses, Dean and Danette, Mike (Donna) Schmidts, Bryan and Stephen of Harlan; Peter (Dian) Corers of Woodbine; Ray Mikels, Mae Mikels and guests her granddaughters, Shannon and Jenny (Ron) Mikels of Kansas City; Leonard Kleins of Kirkman; Dick Mikelses, Sue Mikels and Brett Chickering of Harlan enjoyed eve dinner Saturday at a Portsmouth cafe honoring the birthdays of Phyllis Mikels, Stephen (Mike) Schmidt and Dick Mikels. Saturday, Helen Bruck, Cathy Heese of Earling; Mary Graeve of Defiance and Irene Tremel of Earling went to Lincoln where they had dinner with their sister, Sr. Mary Estelle Graf. March 21 in the afternoon members of the Golden Poioneer Club will meet at the Community Hall. Viola Leinen and Kate Plambeck will be on the luncheon committee. WED IN COUNCIL BLUFFS Friday eve, Joe Schmitzes, Dan (Bob) Schmitz and Peter Leinen attended the wedding rehearsal dinner of Schmitz's granddaughter, Jacque (Mike) Ratigan and Tom Listen held at a cafe in Co. Bluffs. Satur- day this group also Pat (Bob) Schmitz attended the wedding Mass of Jacque and Tom at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Co. Bluffs and reception following. Saturday guests of Lu Jurschak were her grandson, Mark Thielen and friend Jerry of Millard, NE. Sunday Lu's guests were her grandchildren, Sue Gau of Des Moines; Lori Thielen of Papillion, NE; Terry (Sandy) Lehrams of Omaha; Scott Gau of Wood- bine and also Kim Johnson of Des Moines. Joe (Laurina) Schmitzes re- ceived word of the death of Laurina's brother, Alphonse Stracke, 77, of Perry on Fri- day. 100% ATTENDANCE AT CLUB Thursday afternoon, Enie Williams was hostess at her home in the afternoon when all members of the Hemlock Club were present and one visitor, Lynn (Terry) Book. Contests were won by Katie Johansen, Carmella Grap and Vivian Kaufman. Millie Leuschen received a gift for her secret pal and Helen Sternberg received a gift from her birthday. Helen Bruck re- ceived the lucky plate gift, followed by the hostess serv- ing lunch. The same eve Levern Williams were hosts for the club card party with Bill Leuschen and Patty Blum winning high and Frank Kaufman and Margaret Book winning low. In April the club members will be guests of Katie Johansen at Wood- bine. Shannon and Jenny (Ron) Mikels of Kansas City, who have been gtmsts of their grandmother, Mac Mikels since Friday, returned home Monday. Saturday eve guests of Gary _ 1- - f HARLAN SHOOTING SUPPLIES Inside Petersen Battery & Electric 1114 6th Street Harlan - WE ACCEPT TRADES- 755-2561 RICK SCIRANKO Kohleses were their children, Mary Jo and Marvin Randy (Lisa) Schemes of Des Moines; Kevin (Lori) Mills of Omaha and John Schaben of Defiance. They all enjoyed eve dinner at a Portsmouth cafe honoring Gary's birthday. Gary (Merge) Schraders of Red Oak were weekend guests of Marge's parents, Linus Kochs. GUESTS FROM SPIRIT LAKE Tim Waltzes of Spirit Lake and Dean Kloewers were din- ner guests Sunday of Jerry Waltzes helping Jerry cele- brate his birthday. Tim Waltzes returned to Spirit Lake Sunday aftemo(m. Saturday guests of Donovan Craps were Rodney Grap family of Glenwood and Jerry Pursell of Co. Bluffs. Barb Sandbothe and Mike Sandbothe were guests Sun- day eve of AI Skallas. Gene Lefebers, Emma Lefeber, Rick Lefeber and Janet Marten of Harlan were among the guests at Randy Lefebers at Dew City Satur- day afternoon where they en- joyed birthday cake and ice cream honoring the 7th birth- day of James (Randy) Lefeber. Ann Weigand of New Hampton visited Sunday morning at J.P. Steins. Dave (Dorothy) Gross and Christy of Co. Bluffs visited Sunday with Dave's mother, Margaret Gross, Dorothy's mother, Helen Stein, also with Dave's father, Matt Gross. Carolyn Palmer of Dow City was a guest Saturday of her sister, Marilyn Sonderman and they spent the day in Omaha. Ralph Schomer and friend Andy of Arvoda, CO were guests Monday eve of his sister, Nick (Jean) Schechingers. Tuesday, Josephine Schomer of Panama was a guest of her daughter, Nick (Jean) Schechingers. CELEBRATE FIRST BIRTHDAY Delia Schmidt, Kenny Stein fahaily, Delmar Mikels, Dean and Danette, Peter Coret family of Woodbine; John Kenkel family of Lincoln; also Paula Daugherty of Lin- coln; Micky Schmidt family of Harlan; Brian Kite family of Atlantic and Kurt Pattees of Avoca were Sunday after- noon guests of Mike (Donna) Schmidts at Harlan where they enjoyed birthday cake and ice cream honoring the first birthday of Stephen (Mike) Schmidt. Joan Leinen of Earling was a guest Monday of her mother, Delia Schmidt. Don Kaufmans and Deanna Kaufman of Des Moines vis- ited Sunday with Den's mother, Rosalia Kaufman at Westphalia. Regina Schmid, who has been a guests since Friday at her sister, Don (Ramona) Kaufmans returned to Omaha, Monday. 1 IIIlIlllllllll]]]i I ................................................................. I 3-15-89 Mrs Arnold Jacobs spent from last Sunday night to Tuesday taking care of Kari Kristensen while she recov- ered from the chicken pox. Arnold Jacobses and Steve visited Mrs Burton Carl at Clarkson Hospital Wednes- day. Wednesday supper guests of Lyle Petersens were Everett Gaers of Carlisle and Mrs Grace Petersen. Clark Daveys visited Ver- non Mardesens Thursday morning. ATTEND SEMINAR Mrs Alva Peterson attended the funeral of Edel Hansen at the Hansen Chapel Thursday morning and then attended the China Painting seminar at a Walnut cafe. A demonstration on violets was given. Clark Daveys met John Davey at a Walnut cafe Thursday. He was enroute to Chicago. Mmes Alvin Lange, Esther Fredrickson and Arnold Jacobs attended Rorbeck Sewing Club at Elk Horn Friday af- ternoon with Mrs Emery Jensen as hostess. Elsie Juhl of Harlan was a Friday supper guest of Vernon Mardesens. David Langes and Todd spent Friday eve at Alvin Langes to watch the basket- ball game. Mrs Arnold Jacobs visited Emma and Hedevig Chris- tensen at the Salem Nursing Home Saturday afternoon. Steve Hansens and Zachary of Des Moines visited Mrs Elna Andersen Saturday after- noon. Derek Hansen family spent Saturday afternoon at Charles Hansens in Atlantic to visit with Tom Hansens of Ames. SPEND SATURDAY IN LINCOLN Lyle Petersens and Grace Petersen spent Saturday with Manuel Herreras in Lincoln, NE. Karl Kristensen spent Sum day with Arnold Jacobs while her parents attended the John Denver Show at Ak-Sar-Ben Leo Kragelunds were Sun- day eve coffee guests of Her- bert Nelsons. Monday dinner guests of Lynn Petersens were Kevin Petersen and Messers and Mmes Curt Baker of Bethany, Me and Charles Baker of Harlan. Mrs Elna Andersen visited Dagmar Rasmussen and Mrs Gordon Heuton in Atlantic Monday. BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mrs Esther Rutherford re- ceived word Friday of the birth of a son of Keith Rutherfords of Rockford, IL. He weighed 6 lbs. 12 ozs. and has been named Andrew Dale. Esther is his grandmother and Ed Andersens of Audubon are great-grandparents. Saturday supper guests of Esther Rutherford were Kent Rutherford family, Dallas Christensens and Dalton of Audubon. The occasion was for Alexis' 5th birthday. Mary Rutherford of Ames came Friday to spend spring break with her mother. Addi- tional Monday supper guests at Esther's were Kevin Rutherfords and Kristen for Mary's and Debbie's birth- days. lllllllllltllllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll]ll]]]] Irwin News The Marsh Home Makers Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs Ray Ferry. Eight members were present and told their Easter plans. Mrs Henry Olson and Mrs Rowly Burton had entertainment. Mrs Henry Olson will host the April meeting. Lament Christensens and Dustin of Wayne, NE were here over the weekend to at- tend the funeral of Lamont's grandfather, Alfred Chris- tensen at Harlan Saturday af- ternoon. We'll save you timc We'll save you mon.ey. And, we'll help you get the maxzmum refund you're entitled to. 2018 Garfield Ave., Harlan Mon.-Frl. 9-6, Thurs. 9-9, Set. 9-5, Phone 755-2055 Howard Clarks were Sunday afternoon and eve guests of Rick Andersons at Underwood for a jam session and potluck supper and helped Rick cele- brate his birthday. Jerry Luetjes and Andrea of Ankeny were Friday overnight and Saturday visitors at Jack Gaskills. OVERNIGHT GUESTS Jim Brown and Jim Cham- berlain of Nebraska Christian College were Saturday overnight guests at George Steenhusens and were on the program at the Church of Christ for the Revival meet- ings. 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Visitors at Herman Meiners after the fish supper at Sacred Heart Church Friday eve were Walter Brucks and girls, Leonard Freeses and Brian Brucks. An eve of playing cards was enjoyed. Ralph Beams visited her parents Leland Larsons near Irwin Tuesday eve in honor of her father's birthday. Arlene John returned home Sunday afternoon from Om- aha where she had spent the past week making the ac- Uaintance and helping care r her new grandson, Christopher at Gregory Johns. Dale Snyders and Francis visited at Harlan last Wednes- day with Harlan Huckinses. Arnold Jensens of Elk Horn visited Sunday with Dale Snyders and Francis. RECEIVES NURSING CAP Jim Hermelings and Kevin and Roger Georgius attended the capping ceremonies at the Broadway United Methodist Church in Co. Bluffs Sunday. Kathy Hermeling is a member of the class at Jennie Ed- mundson School of Nursing. Jim Hermelings and Kevin attended the fireman's supper in Westphalia Sunday eve and later were guests at Terry Schultes. Melvin Palmers of Denison spent Sunday eve at LeRoy Palmers. Carl Rostermundts went to Co. Bluffs Saturday to Kenny Rostermundts and family. Mike Rostermundts of Omaha were also callers. They re- turned home Sunday. VISIT GRANDPARENTS LeRoy Palmers went to West Des Moines to Gary Palmers, Kristine and Jacob. Tom Muhlbauers of Bellevue joined them for supper. Kris- tine and Jacob came home with their grandparents and spent the weekend. Tom Muhlbauers spent the week- end at Gary Palmers. Clifford Joens and Carl Rostermundts visited at Fred Nulles in Manning Friday eve. Justin Olerich of Denison spent the weekend at Charles E. Agans. Debbie Behrend and Greg Read of Omaha spent Satur- day at Wayne Behrends. Harry Behrends, Wayne Behrends, Debbie Behrend and Greg Read dined out Saturday eve at Manning. Larry Sleister of Guthrie Center was a dinner guest of his parents, Robert Sleisters Monday. Vernon Kohnekamp and Valarie of Dew City visited at Harry Behrends Saturday. MAKE TRIP TO OMAHA Robert Sleisters went to Omaha Thursday for a check- up for Mrs daughter, Ray family, day. Mrs Dale with her aunt, Kimballton 3-15-89 ATTEND BAND CONCERT Marjorie Petersen and Lav- erne Hansens of Harlan at- tended Thursday eve the an- nual Harlan High School musical winter band concert. Libby Hansen is a member of the band. Esther Gearhart of Harlan and Marie Christensen of Salem Home were Monday afternoon guests at Nels Christoffersens. Jerry Jensen family, Karla Winther of Denison and Sonia Scrimpton were Sunday din- ner guests at Virgil Juhls at Irwin. Tuesday, Peter Jensens vis- ited at Sophus Jensens at Exira. Mr Jensen was recently a patient at the Audubon Hospital. Emil Vithens, Sadie Hansen, Eleanor Broderson and Vernal Henricksen were guests of Mrs Oda Martens at Harlan. Izro Lane of Audubon was a Sunday visitor at Mrs D. Randolph. 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