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N the fire department is purchasing a ' automatic defibrillator. This will be heart enroute to the hospital and to in attack. Also, the fire department has a new fire truck that will be ready for service ns toward these two specific items and would be greatly appreciated by Dept. generosity in the past. See you :.R FIRE & RESCUE DEPT. -'q CLUB 191 Featuring Prime Rib Every Night! We Also Serve Broasted Chicken! KITCHEN HOURS: i 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. Mon.-Frl. 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Sat. Open let & 3rd Sunday of every month 4-.9 p.m. We take reservations: 743-5535. CLUB 191 Portsmouth, IA i SHELBY ,SOUNTY  9 bet 1989 - Marietta Simpson  :s emergin as one of the most in dem" and young z' I s on the music scene today. She performe d s Angeles, Seattle and Dallas Symphony's and recording of Handel's "Messiah." . CONCERTS HELD AT C.H.S. auditorium Harlan, 7:30 p.m. lts ....... $17 MEMBERSHIP DUES: Students ......... $7.50 Family. ...... $45 ORE COP00ICERT ASS'lq .............. ............., iii!i! hAC FRAXJTON PRESENTS A MUSICAL COMEDY DAVIt A! February 1990 Chosen best musical of the year by Time, Look, Newsweek & New York Post. Called "A Gem of a Musical,' by the New York Times. i COFFEE CUP CArE Fo,,.g .o,, TOp qua lily- It Avoca, IA Sac A p0 aA Harlao ,A News Advertiser at Tribune OPEN ON SUNDAYS s., moro ,pr,, ,,, IYIIII SUNDAY NOON SPECIALS: .......... i ,,, Includes salad bar. HOMEMADE FOOD/ _ '...;".'':. . New Winter Hours: J ;r ff  OPEN 7 a.m.-2 p.m. j-  *  ,. on Sunday I "*!Mde -,, 343-6467 I" :  Children's - " ""'-::' ""  ARTS & CRAFTS Tentative starting date June 12-July 13. Hours: All Friends and Patients Are In vited 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Mondays &Wednesdays at Potter's Park; To Attend An Tuesdays & Thursdays at North Park. For children K-5. 0p H en ouse TENNIS LESSONS Tentative starting date June. For children To Honor Dr. Joseph H. Spearing in grades 2-8. Upon His Retirement. Adult ...... Sun, Apr. 9 TENNIS LEAGUE Tentative starting date May 8. Several leagues will 1:30 - 3:00 p.m. be offered: Men's, Women's, Men's Doubles, Women's : .q Doubles & Mixed Doubles. The schedules will be deter- mined by the number signing up. There must be at minimum of 8 signups per league for that league to '* ' MYRTU E MEM OR IAL proceed. HOSPITAL'S Auble Conference SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL Tentative starting date week of May 17th. stan- Center dard rules will apply. Non-restricted flight balls. We Dr. Joseph H. Spearing need men's teams! Pass the word. Open to any team in Shelby Co. SAND VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES Tentative season second half of summer. Courts at Potter's Park & JC Park (Swimming Pool). SWIM TEAM DATE & LOCATION OF SIGN-UP Panama Community Chorus a FEE TO BE DETERMINED. presents: It1:: April 1, 2 & 3 7:30 p.m. ST. MARY'S PAR,SH HALL, Ticke!s: PANAMA( ,t,L'------_ $4.00 Adults Harlan Public Library 'Pt. '89 also include DENISON CONCERTS! $2.00-Children SUMMER AIVITIES ,'t. '89 .... ersold & Neiween, duo pianists Various activities will take place at the library from arch , .................... St. Olaf College Orchestra March 1990 - Tom Prin Jazz Trio All seats reserved. For tickets & lune 7 through July 5. A reading program will be of- ll , ................................. OPUS 4 quartet reservations call: fered. Those participating will receive a book bag full of |il Since 1971. the Tom Prin Trio has been a mainstay in the home activities. Films will also be shown each Wednes- [| day at 3 p.m. "Read Around the World is this year'sl library summer program theme, i :::::::::::::::::::::::: ;::::::;::;::::::;:::::::::;:::::::;:::::;::::::::;:;;::::;ss:`:.:;::;:::;:::;:;:;::::::::2;:!Lx;:`:;::;::;::::;::;:e::;::;;:;:;;: '"'k  _ "]D IN JOINING upper midwest jazz community. They have recorded five BARB LEINEN: 489-2790 e, 755-2861 or ShPllt Zxzrson. 755-2541 albums and are in great demand as studio musicians or an Chorus member C Tom Andersons  -- UPCOMING ENTERTAINMENT -- W UNDER  . ,, . . . 1 n " ,, ,, Colo.00.l WN . gl'e' /  __ / 8:30pm-Z2:0am.(CountryaWesternaEar, y Rock, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. ,Ballroom Dancing) !! ,p Sat, A nl 8. Whiskey River Sun., April 9 Bob Rabe -'Jq I  Restaurant&Lounge /  H I 80 Exit No 46 Walnut, Iowa , \\; - d Let us serve your group or club .  L/. H ieySred by. | |  1[171-.11  - "IL.J  | | RESCHEDULED: St. Michaels olympic Activities, Games, I ,o. ---.,.,uuFw"":'""-  11'11' gill"Ill ll! J[' Illl --J  Rosman. et International Crafts .  Thurs., Apr. 6 Parish Center, ADMISSION: $2.50/Family I ,ornmittee FAMILY FUN DAY 7:00-9=00 p.m. Harlan Something for all ages! THE '!BR kSCHLER mballton r mists MUSIC SHOW" Featuring Male Vocalist Todd Braschler COUNTRY, GOSPEL & COMEDY! Sat., April 8 7:30 p.m: Elk Horn Highschool Gym FOR ADVANCED TICKETS Phone 764-8642 RI"I'A THRAEN IN KAFER Wedding Dance Earling Community Sat., April I Hall 8 p.m.-midnight EARLING, IOWA Music by: "PRAIRIE FIRE" FREE Admission .oo t Beef Dinner SUN., APRIL 2 PORTSMOUTH ADULTS: $4.50 SPONSORED BY: COMMUNITY Children 10 & ST. MARY'S CHURCH ROAST BEEF, POTATOES, GRAVY, DRESSING, 11 A.M.- 1 P.M. HALL Under $2.50 RELIGIOUS EDUCATION i ____ __ _ Thurs., Apr. 6 IRWIN -- $100 Jackpot - SPOyNSORNED , gP 7 m COMMUNITY  w aXIl e  & Every ThurNight Thereafter BUILDING 54 Numbers CHMMBEE;cOEF