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Harlan News Adw-rtiser - S.c.A. Aoril 1. 1989 - P0 4A 3-29-89 Note: Total Education roast beef dinner will be held Sun- day 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Community Hail. Ft. Mike McLaughlin re- turned home Monday eve after being a guest Easter of his parents, Ray McLaughlins at Cummings. Members of St. Mary&apos;s parish building committee held their meeting Tuesday in St. Mary's Rectory. April 4 at 7 p.m. (note time change) members of St. Mary s parish council will hold their meeting in St. Mary's Rectory. The community was sadden by the news of the death of Rita Sonderman Sunday morning at Methodist Hospi- tal in Omaha, from a linger- ing illness. Rita was a life- time resident of this commu- nity. EASTER GUESTS Easter guests of Jack Wendts and Traci were Steve (Susie) Buck family of Ten- I .......... II II e00Rr$ REPNR Tune-ups E ngine Repair Truck Repair, etc. 755-3773 907 Cyclone Horlon, Iowa Bert Hillers, owner nant; Johnny Wendt family of Harlan and Rich (Bev) Pristiy family. Paul Leinens Sr. and Scott Leinen, a student at Creighton University in Omaha were Easter Sunday brunch guests of their son and brother, Paul Leinen Jr. family. Easter guests of J.P. Steins were Rich Steins, Cindy Chamberlin, Jill and Vicki of Omaha and Mike Chamberlin of Kansas City. They also visited with J.P. Stein at Lit- tie Flower Haven. Guests Easter of Bill Plambeck Sr. were Kate Plambeck, Bob West family of Co. Bluffs; Bob Mortensen family of Shelby; Bill Plam- becks Jr., John Plambeck family, Jerry Plambeck fam- ily, Sam Plambecks, Bob (Donna) Norgaards and Kirsten of Omaha; Bob Plambeck, Lori Plambeck and Dan Reinig. Bill Fuhses and Jill, also Randy Fuhs, Gene Fuhs and Nancy Freize, Gene Bissen family of Earling; Joan Fuhs of Omaha and Joe Gubbels of Panama; Don Fuhs of Omaha and John Fuhs family of Co. Bluffs were guests Saturday eve for a pre-Easter dinner at their daughter and sister, Joe (Janet) Kohleses at Ralston, NE. Dean Kloewers, Josh and Matthew moved Saturday from their home to their new home in Panama. RETURNED HOME Stanley Martenses returned home Sunday eve after being guests of their son, Terry Martens family at Wheaten, IL since Thursday. Dwayne Stolzes and Dennis were among members of the IRA? Check with State Farm Competitive Rates. Guaranteed Lifetime Income. Waiver of Premium for Disability Option. "Good Neighbor" Service. Call 513 Court Dick Harlan, IA Dotzler 51537 Office: 755-5825 Home: 755-3298 INCOME TAX PREPARATION Individuals Business Farm "Accurate Personalized Service" - Fred Carlson - CARLSON ACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICE Hwy 59 North (Beside 59or Steakhouse) Harlan By Appointment: 755-3176 HARLAN MUFFLER HOUSE, LTD. 714 CYCLONE, HARLAN, 755-2024 The House of Lifetime Guaranteed Mufflers The Last Muffler You'll Buy For Your Carl Tornadoes- do you know what to do? /'// Tornadoes - One of na- watch will cover a large gee- severe thunderstorms. The " (1) While a watch is in ef- (4) When lhere'f .  tures most destructive forces graphic area (say, most of exact location of storm devel- feet, use a battery-powered ra- aortb! e' get __ . can strike, kill and destroy in western and central. Iowa) and opment cannot be predicted, die or TV to keep posted on hmg st1 ,- -- .J' only seconds. Because of this will usually be m effect for 2- but the general area can be the weather. Remember that workoench or ".__....  threat the need to inform and 6 hours. You can continue outlined by means of the tornadoes develop rapidly, table. "T - J7.,. prepare all Iowans about tor- normal activities auring a Watch. (2) A Tornado Warning (5) Get out / )h nadoes and the measures Watch, unless skies look A Tornado Warninlz is .L. needed to protect one's self threatening or you are alerted issued by more local weather now,meanSinYUa basementmUst seeker shelterthe in- shelter.hem'" GoIf to " from them is very important, to a Warning. offices, either for an actual terior portion of a reinforced take These actions are emphasized during "Tornado Preparedness Week" each year, before the tornado season normally gets under way. This is done be- cause preparedness saves lives. A Tornado Watch is issued to alert the public of the pos- sibility of tornadoes. The family who were Easter guests at Dwayne's parents, Merrill Stolzes at Harlan. Gary Kohleses, Marvin and Mary Jo, also John Schaben of Defiance; Irene Huebner and Ken Brinker family of Harlan were Easter dinner guests of Bud Chamberlain family at Panama. A1 Hughes family were Easter dinner guests of Al's sister, Mike (Pat) Toben at Haywarden. SUNDAY GUESTS Dan Schulte family, Mark Keanes of Panama; Herb Funk of Omaha and Jason Naughton of Storm Lake were Easter guests of Frank Funks, Kathi and Kyle. Emma Lefeber, Margaret Gross, Lidwina Rau and Kate Plambeck, members of the Golden Pioneers, attended the Shelby County Senior Citi- zen's board meeting held Monday morning at the mealsite in Harlan. They also enjoyed dinner at noon at the mealsite before returning home. Emma Lefeber and her children and families enjoyed Easter beginning with a potluck dinner at noon at Community Hall. Those at- tending were families of Russ Lefebers and Ernie Lefeber of Harlan; Ray Dean (Marge) Gordens of Arion; Paul (Lavonne) Jensens of Co. Bluffs; Gene Lefebers, Rich Lefebers and Bob Lefebers. Them were 80 attending. Tornado Watches are issued by the National Severe Storms Forecast Center in Kansas City, where meterolog'ists constantly monitor the atmosphere using satellites, radar, surface and upper air reports. All these data are used to determine the likelihood of tornadoes and tornado sighting or a strong indication by radar. Warnings are usually issued for one or two counties, and last for an hour or less. During a watch or warning, or if you see a tornado, the following actions could save your life: building. Stay away from windows. Curl up so as to protect the head and eyes. (3) In a building without a basement, go to an interior hallway or room on the low- est floor, or the designated shelter. Frequently this will include bathrooms, or some- time closets. ravine or low down and (6) While Car In town, the (7) If you working country, Wl handy, get get into Gary Kohleses and Marvin were Easter eve guests of his parents, Delbert Kohleses at Panama. Members of the town council will hold their busi- ness meeting April 3 at 7 p.m. at the City Hall. Don Kaufmans and Joe, also Duane Kaufman of At- lanta, GA visited Easter eve at Den's.mother, Rosalia Kauf- man, also Den's brother, Mark Kaufmans at West- phalia. Saturday for a pre-Easter dinner Nick Brucks Sr., Joan Ingram of Gretna, NE; Rick Guses of Omaha; also Dewey Langenfelds of Spencer were FIVE ACRE ACREAGE Located I/2 mile north of Kirkman, la. (Offers many amenities to country living) Includes modern 3-bdr. home, spacious iiving& din- tng areas, large kitchen, CA, gas heat, attached single garage & carport. Home built new in 1966. Acreage has 5500 bu. drying bin, 7500 bu. storage bin, 2 - 6500 bu. Harvester silos & cemented cattle shed: UNIMPROVED 296 AcREs Located I/2 mile north of Kirkman, Ia. 296 acres, more or less, prime river bottom land, Douglas Twp., Shelby County. This is some of the best ground being offered for sale in Shelby County. K Kerkhoff Auction & Real V.state A00ency Specializing In Agricultural Land Sales Keith Kerkhoff -- Ph. 712-653-3000 (Real Estate Broker) Meryl Kerkhoff -- Ph. 712-653-2000 (Real Estate Salesman) FEELING PREMIUM POOR? Farm insurance can be a large expense! To see if that expense could be smaller, call for a free quote. SHELBY COUNTY FARMERS MUTUAL FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY IN HARLAN. M 600;ff-i-en[ Oil Change, INSURA,00CE ASSN. ' '' " 755 3 22 e to 49 i Filter & Lube 171 ,.,,,..,,<aou,,.,,,,Jfo,.1 yo,,o. / ,4 IP_RR most cars & pickups. Lifetime l .... V1 Bll#lhm guarantee also awJlable. L ,,..a,L w B Your Insurance Neighbor General Motors $24 Ford & cs00s,er$32 Since 1887. We replace pan gasket, Vansmissionfilter, a us/bands 1117 7th St. Harlan, Iowa & change transmission fluid. Dual Custom PI Service Available guests of Todd Roecker fam- ily at Primghar. Helen Reinig accompanied Bill Schwartes of Panama on Easter where they were among the dinner guests at Martin Schwartes in Co. Bluffs. Theresa Wellman of Neola was a guest Thursday after- noon at her sister, Zeno (Viola) Leinens. Easter dinner guests of Gaylen Smith family were Zeno Leinens, Ural Smiths of Panama; Ralph Blums of Panama; Mary Jo Blum and friend Jerry Kast of Co. Bluffs; Mark Daousts, Tammy and Brian of Atlantic; Jerry Bruses of Denison; Bill Sondag, Danny Smiths of Ankeny and Steve Petersons, Mike and Brad of Omaha. April 4 in the afternoon, Lena Stein will be hostess at her home for members of the Circle. Dwayne Stolzes and Dennis were Monday dinner guests of Helen Reinig. EASTER GUESTS Easter dinner guests of AI Skallas were their daughter, Wayne (Connie) Juhls, Mike, Angle, Amy and Molly of Breda and Ron Reinig. They also celebrated the 21st birth- day of Mike Juhl. Other guests during the day were Rick Bruck family of Lin- coln; Rich Steins of Omaha; Dowane (Terri) Ledfetters, Jill and Jody Potter of Conroe, TX; Trudy Bruck and Erin, Tami LaSourd and Heath and Gall Tarkingtons, Trevor and Tiffany. Easter guests of Jerry Waltzes were Dean Kloewers, Josh and Matthew of Panama; Paul Waltz, Ryan and Kiley of Co. Bluffs; Tim Waltzes of Spirit Lake; Derek Schmitz of Omaha and Cecelia Waltz of Panama. Jason (Randy) Naughton returned Monday to Storm Lake, after being guests of Frank Funk family since Fri- day. Lawrence Weihses were Easter guests of their daugh- ter, Joe Leinens in Co. Bluffs. ENJOYED SHOW Shirley Wiese returned WHO PAYS YOU WHEN YOUR BUSINESS CAN'T? We will...with an insurance policy covering loss of busi- ness income. If a fire put you out of business temporarily, your fire insurance policy is designed to cover the cost of replacement and rebuild- ing.., but what about the loss of income you suffered in the meantime? With a policy covering loss of business income, we would hand you a check to cover the money you lost while your were forced to be out of business. Protection against income loss is available in many forms to suit particular needs. See us today and rest assured that your income will not stop, even if your business does. I surance / COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Harlan, Iowa 755-5195 home Sunday after being a guest of her son, Merlin Wiese in Des Moines for a week, while there they en- joyed the Johnny Cash Show in Des Moines. Easter guests of Nick Brucks Sr. were Rick Brucks, Jason and Amy and friend Jim Sander of Lincoln; Randy Bruck and Julie Schulte of Co. Bluffs; Nick Brucks Jr. and Dr. Robyn Bruck of Bet- tendorf. Phil Herkenraths Sr. visited Tuesday afternoon with their daughter-in-law, Mrs Dick (Karen) Herkenrath of Elkhorn, NE, who is a surgery patient at Methodist Hospital in Omaha. Easter weekend visitors of Sophia Schoemann and Sr. Elaine were Fr. Bob Schoe- mann of Des Moines; Sr. Josephine Schoemann of Carroll; Gene Schoemanns, Bill Schoemann of Cedar Rapids; Ann Schoemann, Amy and Angle, Andy Pauley of Panama; Doug Pauley of Ankeny; Pat Pauley of Fort Morgan, CO; Danny Pauley of Waterloo; Dale Krehers, Jennifer and Danielle of Om- aha; Julie Pauley and Guy Sonderman, Dick Mikelses and Martha Mumm of Harlan. Sr. Josephine left Sunday for Chicago where she will attend a national convention. Fr. Bob returned to Des Moines on Monday. Jack Schechingers, J.C., Andy and Jeff of Brookfield, WI came Thursday for a visit at Jack's parents, Nick Schechinger. Saturday, Jack Schechingers, J.C. and Andy left for Colorado for a few days of skiing. Jeff remained with his grandparents. They returned Tuesday eve from Colorado to Nick Schechingers. Easter guests of Mel Books, Becky and Jim were Mary Jo Book of Omaha; Bob HARLAN SHOOTING SUPPLIES Inside Petersen Battery & Electric 1114 6th Street Harlan - WE ACCEPT TRADES- 755-2561 RICK SCIRKO _ 1 Books, Randy Book and Nancy Sabosta of Omaha; also Dennis Book family of Walnut stopped for a visit in the eve. Easter guests of Delmar Mikelses were their children: Dean and Danette, Leo (Denise) Leonard family of Waterloo; Peter (Dian) Coret family of Woodbine and Mike (Donna) Schmidt family of Harlan. Mrs Leo (Denise) Leonard, Justin and Nathan, who have been guests of Denise's par- ents, Delmar Mikelses for a week returned home to Waterloo husband Leonard. Dorothy Montieth of her daughter,  Vonnahmes. Rich guests (Joan) MillerS at Denison. 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Because after April 15, it will be too late to apply for insurance.* WEST IRWIN Irwin, IA 782-3391 CHILDBI EARLY B', CLASSES for expectant parents ia 2nd to 5th month of l MONDAY, APRIL 10, Myrtue Memorial Hospital Education Center, 1213 Garfield, Harlala CLASS SCHEDULE Monday, April 10 - "Early Pregnancy" Monday, April 17 - "Exercise & Relaxation Monday, April 24 - "Infant Nutrition,' $40 per individual or couple. (This will enable you to attend 5 "CoundoWrl 4 7th or 8th month of pregnancy.) For financial assistance, call Peg Jarls, _ I TO REGISTER CALL 755-5161, extension 31 M YR TUE Memorial Hospital 1213 Garfield Ave., Harlan, 755-5161 | I