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hborhood News by Kim Wegener Sac A - Pg. 5A &apos; arian IA News Advertiser I t. morn., March 25, 1989 J Phone 755-3111 ../' -'-7- Ill dinner guests Mr and Mrs ere their and Mr of Las LaVonne Mr Johnson of at the Nielsen of They of at the Nielsen Kloewer, and Mrs of En tO an, and the in also visited in the area on home sister, in Rio father of student died with and des Brus- rlinden re- from she weeks. t, MN., Earl Wad- son of at Church. A at a local Fung and nants at had a on March beef a sing- Were and Cathy Levitt, occupation specialist with Seldin. Mr and Mrs Ray Buman and their daughter, Julie, a student at Creighton Univer- sity, returned last Sunday from a two week trip to Phoenix, Tucson and Green Valley, AZ. They visited with local friends and relatives and with Sister Carol Tlach in Walsen- berg, CO. She taught at St. Michael's School for 12 years. Lois Dodd returned Wednesday evening from a trip to Oregon and California. She spent Christmas and New Year's with her son and fam- ily, Jim and Lisa Dodd, Jacqueline and Colton, in Eu- gene, OR. This was the first time Lois had met little Colton. Lois flew to California where she visited her sisters, Carol Chandler and Doris Bennett in Monterey Park. She then spent several weeks with her brother, James Adam in E1 Centre, CA. ZACHARY KAUFMAN Zachary Alan Kaufman cel- ebrated his first birthday, February 19. He is the son of Mark and Sherry Kaufman of Harlan. His grandparents are Henry and Barb Kaufman of Harlan, and Dale and Sheryl Myers of Atlantic. Zachary's great grandparents are Gladys Hel- wig of Bellevue, NE., Imo Myers of Adantic, and Helen Dyer of Clearwater, KS. / / /'ii, ? Kimballton's Progressive Danes to perform three act comedy Kimballton's Progressive Danes will present the three act comedy, Ma's New Husband, March 31-April 1 at the Kimballton Town Hall. Mildred Anderson is directing the play along with Betty Hoegh as assistant. The comedy revolves around a middle age widow, Mrs Lottie Dinsmore (Leta Madsen), who takes a vacation and meets a prospective new husband. Mrs Dinsmore's daughters are Dan Jacobi, a senior at the University of Arizona in Tucson, was recently chosen as alternate for the Disney Entertainment Work Experi- ence Program at auditions held at California State University- Fullerton. The program, a branch of Disney Creative-Entertain- ment, auditions college stu- dents nationwide for summer positions in jazz ensembles and show orchestras at Dis- neyland and Walt Disney World. Dan is the son of Dr and Mrs Donald Jacobi of Harlan. He is majoring in percussion performance. - Photo Contributed Foxhovens to perform concert The Foxhoven Family Singers of Harlan will present an hour long program of music and per- sonal witness on March 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Harlan, The program is designed to restore hope to families, by encouraging trust in God, daily fam- ily prayer, and participation in the life of the church. The Methodist Youth Group is sponsoring the event which is open to the public. From left: Christopher, Michelle, Arlene and Henry Foxhoven, Jeremiah and Anna Marie (top.) HilPI[,nr P'" i'i Integrated Resources Equity Corporation Members NASO & SIPC Jaina Allen garners I rating at piano contest Jaina Allen received a I rat- ing at the Iowa Music Teach- ers Association piano contest held March 11 at Simpson College in Indianola. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jeff Allen. Jaina had been a winner at the district piano auditions in December Council Bluffs. She studies piano with Linda Post. Subject to penalty for eady withdrawl. FDIC/FSLIC insured Minimum deposit required. providing you cial or call. Shown rview of our current KIM WE I Htrhn Newspapen tizens appalled and think of ways to prevent the marriage. Cast members include front from left: Loretta Christensen, Mike Jensen, Leta Madsen, Elna Hartvigsen and Liane Christensen; Back: Harold Pieper, Vivian Madsen, Dale Hansen, Barb Smith and Lynn Johnson. Missing was Don Madsen. Health family planning clinic set for March 28 The HCMS (Harrison, Crawford, Monona, Shelby) Public Health Planning Clinic will be held March 28 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Harlan Doctors' Clinic. Services provided include Pap smear, pelvic and breast exam by physician, coun- selling, pregnancy test and dispensing of birth control supplies to HCMS family planning clients. Appointments must be made prior to the clinic by calling the public health nurse, 755-3851. Walk-ins cannot be accomodated. This service is available to all residents of Shelby and surrounding counties regard- less of income. Fees are charged according to a sliding fee scale based on client in- come. -- PNONE YOUR NEWS TO 7LS-3111 -- fllllllllllllllllllllll/)llllllllll'Area Co[[ege News i .................................. i Banh Member FDIC Our Most Important Asset is You/ reet. Avoca, Iowa 51521" (712) 343-2432 - Photo Contributed 4-H pancake supper set for March 30 The annual 4-H pancake supper will be held March 30 at Vet's Audito- rium in Harlan with serving from 5:15-8 p.m. Support of the supper will help the Shelby County 4-H Council to provide funds for a variety of 4- H activities and events in the coming year. Advance tickets are available from any Shelby County 4-H'er or may be purchased at the door. Entertainment will be provided by musical groups from the area. Some of the members of the county council recently were together to finalize plans for the supper. Front from left: Kim Kenkel and Donnie Obrecht; Back: Stacy Hanson, Tanya Kruse, Julie Pauley-4-H program assis- tant, Tammy Schmitz and Rob Paul (photo contributed.) Two guests attend club at Goede home Geri Howerter had high score at bridge when the club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Margaret Goede. Donafae Hibray received second and Louise Louis, low. Lucille Bauerle and Ann Miller were guests. The club will meet April 13 at the home of Donafae Hi- bray. Certificates of Deposit 6 month 9.70% 1 year 9.75% 2 year ] 9.30% 3 year I 9.30% 5 year 9.40% 10 year 9.40% 0 Coupon Certlflcatea of De malt 750 1000 1000 660 ,< 9,00% 7-2-92 9.00% 12-14-93 9.10% 10-8-96 9.20% 7-23-01 9.30% 6-24-04 "O "t 500 1000 330 1000 250 1000 Harlan School lunch program (March 27-31) HCHS Monday - Easter vacation, no school. Tuesday - burrito with taco sauce, potato rounds, ap- plesauce and peanut butter oar. Wednesday - chicken patty, baked potato with choice of toppings, peas and peach pie with whipped topping. Thursday - spaghetti with choice of sauces, lettuce salad with choice of dressings, school made bun wi jelly, and pears. Friday - sausage patty, mashed potatoes and gravy, hot biscuits with honey and sweetened cherries. 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 every Friday. Harlan Middle School Monday- Easter vacation, no school. Tuesday - ham patty, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasoned green beans and apple bar. Wednesday - goulash, cheese wedges, lettuce salad with dressing and cinnamon roll. Thursday - chicken patty on a bun, french fries, peaches and brownie. GREAT SAVINGS 00!ii i[ ON FASTER i;i WEIGHT LOSS. PROVEN-EFFECTIVE, ,TO0! ' i: i!i| Research proved it! Last year s Quick ii}:::! !  iit Success Program melted Pounds 20% ;,.l''i;iiii{ faster than before. And this year's f'/;'i!!iii$ ! New 1989 Quick Success Program is even better, thanks to an easier-to- g use food plan, an expanded an dsimp[i- fled optional exercise plan and that wonderful meeting experience made even more wonderful! Come prove to yourself what we already know--this is the program you can count on! HALF-PRICE. SAVE $11 Don't miss out[ Join today and save big! Join by April 22 at these convenient times and locations: HARLAN, IOWA Shelby County Bank 508 Court Street Tues. 6:30pm Times listed are for the weigh-in. Meetings begin V hour later Weight Watchers may be able to come to your community or work-site Call us lot further inlormation 1-800-228-2315 THE NEW QUICK SUCCESS* PROGRAM ft lot suoseN  Se v, e.a ea I,C acc'eel  ,euw:1 tocee,on$ to pkoe y,em O1., vel.e Oo<kSutt .ItOOdI.IOOm4a, IegW1EHTWATCHERSINTERNATIONAL NC " IJNgWEKHT WATCHERS INTERNerA IONAL IN Friday - beef mexi-cup with tortilla chips, corn, pears and school made cookie. Salad bar and a choice of fruit is available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. West Ridge New Park Schools Monday- Easter vacation, no school. Tuesday - ham patty, mashed potatoes and gravy, seasoned green beans and apple bar. Wednesday - goulash, cheese wedges, lettuce salad with dressing and cinnamon roll. Thursday - chicken patty on a bun, french fries, peaches and brownie. Friday- beef mexi-cup with tortilla chips, corn and pears. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. NEED A MAILING ENVELOPE: see the various sizes at the Harlan Tri- , bune. Last Chancel I 1 Byron Borkowsld  THY, INC. Precious Moments Personality Contest... LrVrLE TIGER RIZES IST: $100 Gift Certificate 2ND: $50 Gift Certificate 3RD: $25 Gift Certificate $15.00 Entry Fee Includes: (1) 5x7 Color Portrait & Contest Entry Reglatration. Call today for your appointment. 755-2376 Harlan 263-3042 Denison 120 7"11"1 101 S. MAIN i i