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sHa Sec A - Pg. 11A arian IA News Advertiser ] t. morn., March 25, 1989 ) Phone 755-3111 . PUBLIC NOTICE oP BRUCK Decea.ed. 1 WILL, IX) CREDI. interested in M. BRUCK, on or about notified that 1989, testament of deceased, 7th day of was admitted to above named PATRICK T. executor given that aside the will in the district COunty within four I the date of the of this no- be forever given that to the es- to make ira- the under- having estate shall clerk of the as duly authentl- and unless months publication of otherwlse a claim is barred. day of March, bEREN 51537 executor publication 1989. 18 & 25, 1989) CURITY ARLAN of the from Toll-free 772. THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT SHELBY COUNTY IN THE ESTAT OF MABEL HANSEN, Deceased. Probate No. 32-284-11062 NOTICE OF PRO]BATE OF WIIL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECU- TORS, AND NOTICE TO CREDI- TORS To all persons interested in the estate of MABEL HANSEN, Deceased, who died on or about March 1 I, 1989: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of March, 1989, the last Win and Testament of MABEL HANSEN, deceased, bearing date of the 8th day of July, 1983, and codicil dated March 12, 1986 was admitted to probate in the above named Court and that JOANNE SANDERS and ROBERT LANS- MAN were appointed executors of the estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside the Will must be brought in the District Court of said County within four months from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the es- tate are requested to make im- mediate payment to the under:" signed, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenti- cated, for allowance, and unless so filed within four months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise al- lowed or paid} a claim is there- after forever barred. Dated this 15th day of March, 1989. JOANNE SANDERS 1616 Baldwin, Harlan, IA 51537 and ROBERT LANSMAN 1620 Baldwin, Harlan, IA 51537 Executors of estate Michael P. Childs Attorney for executors 1005 7th St., Harlan, Iowa 5 i537 Date of second publication 25th day of March, 1989. (Publ NA March 18 & 25, 1989) THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT SHELBY COUNTY IN THE ESTATE OF PAULINE M. SWENSON Probate No. 32-287-11055 NOTICE OF PROIxTE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECU- TOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDI- TORS To all persons interested in the estate of PAULINE M. SWENSON, Deceased, who died on or about March 16, 1989: You are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of March, 1989, the last Will and Testament of PAULINE M. SWENSON, de- ceased, bearing date of the Ist day of November, 1985, and Codicil dated May 13, 1987 was admitted to probate in the above named Court and that DONALD E. BLAKELY was appointed executor of the estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside the Will must be brought in the district court of said county within four months from the date of the second publication of this no- tice, or thereafter;=4be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the es- tate are requested to make im- mediate payment to the under- signed, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenti- cated, for allowance, and unless so filed within four months from the second publication of this notice {unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated this 22nd day of March, 1989. DONALD E. BLAKELY I 109 Durant St., Harlan, IA 51537 Executor of estate John C. Louis Attorney for executor 602 Market St., Harlan, Iowa 51537 Date of second publication Ist day of April 1989. (Publ NA March 25 & April I, 19891 Defiance Robyn and Rachel, daugh- ters of Junior Carters, received their First Communion Thursday eve during the Maundy Thursday church ser- vices at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Irwin. Additional class members were Kylie Daeges, Nick Woebke, Rachel and Sarah Larsen and Autumn Wiley. 3-21-89 The Panama Community Chorus presents, "Something Familiar, Something Pecu- liar," April 1, 2 and 3 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Mary's Hall, Panama. See you there. The second graders, First Communicants received their lapel crosses during the Saturday eve Mass and the Sunday morning Mass. ENJOYED RALLY Waiter Leuschens, Franklin Oppolds, Ed Hoffmanns, Josephine Kwapiszeski, Sylvester Michelses, Alphonse Hoffmanns, John Mickelses, Joe Morfelds, Ural Smiths, Otto Kleins, Clem Arkfelds, Larry Finkens, Henry Hoffmann, Agnes Chamberlain, Hilda Blum, Agnes Hastert, Margaret Reinig, Rose Schwery, Isabel Feldman, Agnes Herbst, Mrs Hilda Fahn, Antilia Wingert, Celestine and Geraldine Mischo enjoyed the St. Patrick's Day Rally at the Vet's Auditorium in Harlan Friday. Fr. Leonard Kenkel of Des Moines; Sr. Sylvia Kenkel of Atchison, KS and Lauretta Kenkel of Knoxville attended the wedding of their nephew, Allen Kenkel and Tracey Steele March 11. Leo Pauley accompanied Gene Croghan of Omaha to Manilla Sunday where they were guests at Joe Croghans and family celebrating Mrs Joe Croghan's birthday. HELP FATHER CELEBRATE Sheri Kwapiszeski of Indi- anola came Wednesday eve and spent Thursday with her parents, Neil Kwapiszeski's helping her father celebrate his birthday. Josephine Kwapiszeski spent several days at Jerry Lapkes in Harlan and was a dinner guest of her daughter, JoAnn and family Sunday, helping her celebrate her birthday. Laura Wingert (Ralph) en- tered Myrtue Hospital Sunday for tests. Larry Finkens attended the advisory board meeting of the Southwest 8 Services Inc. at Elliot Tuesday. Alfred Wingerts Jr. received word of a new grandson when Craig Weises of Earling be- came the parents of a boy born March 17 at Myrtue Hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs. 15 ozs. and was named Jason Craig. He joins two brothers, Ryan and Kyle. Grandparents are Alfred Wingerts Jr. of Panama and Cletus Weises of Harlan. Great-grandparents are Delbert Kohleses and Antilia Wingert of Panama. Mrs Craig Weis is the former Michelle Wingert. ATTEND BOY'S TOURNEY Fr. Bob Chamberlain of Co. Bluffs; Grace Gaul and Kathy of Earling; Agnes Chamberlain and Ron were Thursday supper guests of Jane Chamberlain in Des Moines. Together they at- tended the boy's state basket- ball tournament at Vet's Auditorium and watched St. Albert's team of Co. Bluffs play in the semi-finals. Alfred Wingerts Jr., Janet and Cindy and Mrs John Schwery visited Friday with Mrs Craig Weis at Myrtue Hospital and saw the new baby. Larry Finkens were dinner guests of their son, Dean Finken family at Atlantic Tuesday eve. Friday eve, John Chamber- lains and Justin of Omaha hosted a pre-Easter dinner. Guests were Mildred Cham- berlain, Bud Chamberlains, Gina and Jim of Panama; Don Chamberlains, Russ Cham- berlain family, Randy Cham- berlains, Nicole and Daniel, Jerry Chamberlain family of Harlan; Ted Chamberlain family of Earling; Jerry An- derson family of Persia; Ron Feeses, Brian and Michelle of Plattsmouth, NE; Rick Chamberlain family of Om- aha and Kevin and Margie Anderson of Omaha. CELEBRATE 25TH ANNIVERSARY Mrs Hilda Fahn, Joe Fahns and Jay, Jamie Fahns, Miss Hilda Fahn, Mike Wingerts, Dean Gubbelses, Damian Kenkels, Joe Gubbels of Panama and Joan Fuhs of Portsmouth attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebra- tion of Hollis Bledsoes at our Lady of Lordes Church Hall in Omaha Saturday. Gary Ratigans of Parkview spent the weekend with his parents, Pat Ratigans and Patty. Mary Pat Mahlberg of Co. Bluffs spent the weekend at her parents, Mike Mahlbergs. Jeff Theulens and Stephen of Co. Bluffs spent the week- end with Bob Theulens. STUDENTS HOME ON BREAK Scott Kwapiszeski, student at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake came Friday to spend his semester break with his parents, Neil Kwapiszeskies. Bob Keane, student at I.S.U. at Ames spent last week at his parents, Mickey Keanes. Ron, a student at Iowa University is also home for spring break. Fr. David Fenelon of Des Moines spent St. Patrick's Day with Bessie Sullivan. Mark Cliffords of Omaha; Mary Pat Mahlberg and Bon- nie Olsen of Co. Bluffs; Dave Hoffmanns of Earling and Marty Schmidt were Saturday eve dinner guests of Mike Mahlbergs. B.J. Bruck of Harlan spent Thursday with his grandpar- ents, Matt Reinigs and great- grandmother, Josephine Schomer. Sylvester Michelses visited with Myron Kingtons at Ir- win Sunday. Henry Springers of Dunlap and Bernard Swensons of Harlan were Sunday afternoon and eve guests of Matt Reinigs and Mrs Josephine Schomer. Ryan and Kyle Weis of Earling spent a few days with their grandparents, Alfred Wingerts Jr., while their mother was in the hospital with their new baby brother. John Leuschen and John Jr. were guests of her sister, Mary Helen Soar at Co. Bluffs Tuesday. Other guests were David Soars, Donny and Michael of Kansas City. Mildred Chamberlain re- turned home Saturday eve af- ter spending several days wth her son, John Chamberlains and Justin in Omaha. VISIT FORMER RESIDENTS John Leuschen visited in Jefferson Sunday with her aunt, Mrs Pauline Sullivan. Other members of the Sulli- van family to visit were Rosemary Carey, Elaine Wiggins and Charles Sullivan of Jefferson, also Farrell Sul- livan family. Mrs Pauline Sullivan who celebrated her 87th birthday recently is the widow of Eugene Sullivan. The Sullivans were former residents of the Panama Community. Sunday eve, Leo Pauly, Alf Pauleys and Ken Pauleys joined other relatives and cel- ebrated Lucille Wendts birth- day at a cafe in Portsmouth. 1111111111111111111111111111 Jackson Orville Hansens attenoea Farm Show 89 at Civic Auditorium in Omaha Tues- day. Gladys Knudsen visited Katherine Knudsen Tuesday afternoon. TYPEWRITERS ARE A MUST FOR the college student. Lots of models to choose from at the Harlan Newspapers. See the all-new Smith- Corona machines. #lllllllllllllllllllllllllll Jackson  wr/77rT,Trr  f777 rr/--/, 3-21-89 Buster Andersen visited Dora Johannsen at Salem Home in Elk Horn Sunday eve. Orville Hansens and Ken- neth Hansens and Angie were pizza supper guests at Rolando Santistebans Sunday night. WEEKEND VISITORS Rick Petersens and family of Dallas Center spent last weekend at l..eon Petersens. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Bethle- hem Lutheran Church for Henry Knudsen, 74. Sur- vivors include his wife, Ruby; one son, Jerald and two daughters, Janelle and Judy. Donna Hansen visited Rolando Santistebans Friday eve. Community Heritage Soci- ety met Thursday eve at Kimballton Town Hall. Pro- gram was about Living His- tory Farm. Mrs Orville Hansen spent Saturday at Jack Ploens near Walnut. GOLDEN WEDDING OBSERVED Many from this area at- tended open house in honor of Earl Doonans golden wedding anniversray at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Sunday af- ternoon. Board Claims of Board of Supervisors SHELBY COUNTY PUBLICATION LIST GENERAL BASIC 2-28-89 Ballantyne, Mary A., gr-rent ............................................. $190.00 Carter, Marsha, atlas, reg. fee, mileage ............................. $I 14.05 General Telephone, phone exp-Manteno ............................ $29. lO Harlan Municipal Util., gr-uUl .......................................... $200.00 Harrison County REC, cons-Manteno-elec ....................... $135.71 Miller Motors, sher-vehicle purchase ......................... /14,318.25 Nishna Valley Family Phys., coroner call ......................... '72.15 Sears Catalog Store, mini blinds ........................................ $60.96 GENERAL BASIC TOTAL .............................................. $15,120.22 GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL Country Care Center Corp., care facility funding ......... $21,687.83 GENERAL SUPPLEMENTAL TOTAL ............................ $21,687.83 SECONDARY ROAD Caterpillar Fin Serv. Crp., motorgrader lease ............. $32,200.00 Warner Oil Company Inc., gasoline ................................ $4,746.32 SECONDARY ROAD TOTAL .......................................... $36,946.32 169 ASSESSOR Mahlberg, Miche]le, insurance reimb ................................. $18.90 Nelson, Martin, insurance rclmb ........................................ $78.64 169 ASSESSOR TOTAL ...............................................  ........ $97.54 YIELD BUSTERi - O Itdoesn't take much to turn a banner crop into a bad one. A little hail can do the job in a matter of minutes. Why risk it? Protect your investment, and your yields, with the number One provider of crop insurance in the bad- Weather belt... Farmers Mutual Hail In- SUrance Call for a FREE quote today. 14i1. s- Insurance Agency, In Care of l00auonal .... Bank P.O. Box 720, Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-2126 Your 01d mower B worth a great deal when you trade up to Snapper. 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