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Nei borhood News by Kim Wegener recently re- CA., grand- Mr and Christc- Mrs Linn her son and Paul Linn te- a 10 day Patty, Lars in De Lori and Chris- were and De where they at the Steve On Sunday baptism of Lori was a rs James on Fri- of their Goet- James' were Mr and Irma Rose and Mrs Linda Tracy NC., Atlanta, Ladd and Mr and Falls. ests at the on Sat- Leah HE., Kealy Mari, and Mrs and Mrs and i, NE., Mr :, Tara, : of Harlan. CW. Sunday Dickison in Iday dinner Florence Angie Linda and Buckley of and Abby, of and and son, Ohlinger afternoon ger home. Mrs Doug DeWees, Aaron and Todd of Ankeny ar- rived in Harlan on Friday. They were overnight guests at the home of her parents, Dane Petersens. The boys remained in Harlan for a week. They were guests of their grandparents, Ken DeWees, their aunt, Steve Slagles and a Thursday overnight guest at Jay Petersons. Vance Peterson took them to Ankeny on Saturday. Doug DeWees visited at the Peterson home Monday night. Mr and Mrs Jess Pike of Shelby hosted an Easter breakfast for Mrs Bessie Haas, Mr and Mrs Charlie Nielsen and Mrs Helen Linn. This is the 53rd year the group has had Easter breakfast together. Lois Mortensen was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday on March 27 at the home of Kathleen Leinen. Guests for coffee and cake were Dixie Larsen of Irwin, Audrey Smith, Mary Chris- tensen, Muriel Bacon, Nancy Ross, Judy Knapp, Jan Van- derlinden, Milie Whannell, Wilma Mortensen, Opal Mar- cussen and Marian Palmer all of Harlan, and Laurina Schmitz of Portsmouth. Mrs Linda Poilert of Clinton, NC., Tracy Pollert of Chapel Hill, NC., and Lindel Pollert of Atlanta, GA., were Easter weekend guests of their mother and grandmother,'Rose Petersen. Guests at the Petersen home on Saturday to visit with the Pollerts were Mrs Dan Goetz, Krista and Danielle, and Mr and Mrs Jim Bodensteiner all of Cedar Falls. An Easter family dinner was held at the Harlan National Bank on Sunday. Additional out of town guests were Mr and Mrs Mark Petersen, Erik and Andy, of Boone, Mr and Mrs Joel Schwery and Laura of Omaha and Chet Johnson of Kimballton. Easter dinner guests at the Darrel Larsens were Bill and Janet Larsen, Tony and Heidi of Minden, Guillaume Deveaux of Paris, France (an exchange student at the Bill Larsen home), Jim and Joyce Larsen, Lisa and Brooke, of Newton, Pat and Jack Lateen, Mikola and Rochelle, of Council Bluffs, Shawn and Jason Koch of La Vista, NE., Julie and Randy Schmitz, Justine and Zach of Blue Grass, IA., Mike and Cathy Larsen, Blake and Claire, of Atlantic. Airman Todd Koch called his grandparents with Easter greetings from Hurlburt Field at Eglin Air Base in Florida. In the afternoon the group visited their parents, grandpar- & Kids Sweet 16! N38"I31N 31NNOR ents, and great grandparents at Little Flower Haven in Ear- ling. Mr and Mrs Don Goede and family of Algona were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs Donald J. Goede. Other guests for Easter dinner were Mr and Mrs Gary Steinkuehler and family of Defiance, and Mr and Mrs David Goede and family, Harlan. Mr and Mrs Gordon Vinton of Blair, NE., were in Harlan Saturday and visited briefly with Mr and Mrs Rus- sell Gould, Mr and Mrs Fred Louis Jr., and Gordon Paulk. They were enroute to Carroll to spend Easter weekend with her son, Mr and Mrs John Norgaard and family. Toby and Tammy Hastert's guests for Easter Sunday were her aunts, Jerri and Mary Jo Brinker, Wausau, WI., her grandmother, Eliza- beth Brinker of Carroll; and great aunt, Marie Grossman of Carroll, Gene and Lois Sibenaller of Earling_ Perry Sibenaller of Sioux City; Tom Schechinger family of Westphalia, and Frank and Rhonda Powers of Harlan. Rose Paup and Alvina Jacobsen returned home Tues- day after spending the winter at Brownsville, TX. They had been there since Nov. 1. Hazel and Howard Snyder of rural Harlan flew down to join them for the return trip and drove the van home for them. Mr and Mrs Phil Dennis returned last Thursday from a four month stay in Mesa, AZ. On their return trip they vis- ited with their daughter and grandson, Patricia Scheer and .... Jim in Colorado Springs. Dr and Mrs Nate Booth and Emily of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Randy Booth, Wendy and Allison of Harlan, Dr and Mrs R.H. Booth and children of Boone were guests Saturday of their parents, Mr and Mrs Bob Booth. The weather was so beautiful their Easter weekend dinner was a picnic on the porch. On Sunday, Dr Nate Booth left for San Diego, CA., to look for housing as his family plans to join him there next month. Easter guests of Tom and Kathy Tremmel and family were Bob and Linda Schmidt of Minneapolis, MN. Tom, Nancy and Chris Ludwig spent Easter weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Werner Blobaum in Fairbury, NE. Easter weekend guests of Valen and Arlene Christensen to help them celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Saturday evening were Dean and Bonnie Shaw of Clark- field, MN., Ken and Arlene Sargent of Vermontville, MI., Kay Sargent and children, and Jim of Vermontville, MI., Janet Hiatt, Cindy and Doug, of West Bend, WI., Steve and Sandy Christensen, Casey and Andy, of Hatton, ND., Donna and Gary Walker, Sam and Sara, of South Sioux City, NE., Brian and Tammy Christensen and Tyler of Ed- wards, CO., and Bruce and Tina Christensen and family of Harlan. Happy Birthday, Grandpa Charlie! HEARING TEST FOR SENIOR CITIZENS FRIDAY, APRIL 7 10 a.m. til 2 p.m. Harlan Motel hearing test will be given by the Fifer Hearing Aid Co. A ll perform the test. Even people now wearing a hearing - been told nothing could be done for them should have to find out what's new in hearing help. We test for the purpose g aids. t quality all in the ear, behind the ear, eyeglass & cord type attend, please phone 800-356-4702 for home appointment. rlFER HEARING riD CO. Pearl St. 800-356-4702 Council Bluffs, IA MCKENZIE HANSEN McKenzie Lynne, daughter of Troy and Cammy Hansen of Kimballton, celebrated her first birthday, March 12. Her grandparents are Ralph and Barb Jorgensen of Audubon, and Ken and Barb Hansen of Kimballton. Great grandparents are Mabel Jor- gensen of Audubon, Mr and Mrs Orville Hansen of Kim- ballton, and Mr and Mrs Floyd Atkinson of Harlan. 500 card club meets at Anastasi home Bernice Anastasi entertained her 500 card club on Tuesday afternoon. In play, Bernice Stracke had high score, Rita Doran, second; and Edna Weihs, low. Kathleen Reinze will be the hostess when the club meets on April 11. Duplicate bridge winners named Monday duplicate bridge winners at the Harlan Golf and Country Club were Margie Schenck, Ferne Gibson, high; Helen Fischer, Marge Maupin, second. East-West: Hazel Beutel, Lila Christensen, high; Rusty Wirth, Martin Zaccone, sec- ond. - Photo Contributed S-T students conclude Project Homeless Mr Merriam's sociology students at Shelby-Tennant Schools are shown with some of the bags of clothing and personal items they col- lected for the needy in their "Project Homeless" campaign. The students collected over half of a bus load of items which they delivered to Omaha on March 13. They visited Micah House, for homeless families and St. Francis House, for men only, and left goods at both places. The group also toured the facilities and met some of the men, women, and children there. Seated from left: Tracy Chipman, Andrea Prokupek, Mary McCracken, Brenda Malcolm, Michelle Montang; Standing: Traci Barrett, Nicki Graybill, Corene Peters, Gina Rau, Di- ane Bintz, Danny Jensen and Steve Hall. u' llll|tlllb  ... .: April 3 - Church Women United Board will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Harlan. Plans will be made for May Fellowship Day on May 5. April 3 Vanessa Zaragoza of Mexico will pre- sent the program when the lan branch of the American ssociation of University Women meet at 5:30 p.m. at the 59'er Restaurant. Reservations must be made by Sun., April 2 by calling Marcia Walker, 755-2858, or Sara Early, 755-2621. April 4 - Western Iowa Stroke Club will meet in the Prairie Room at Myrtue Memorial Hospital beginning with a social time at 6:30 p.m. A 7 p.m. program on spirituality will be presented by Rev Alan Hazelton. For more information con- tact Nancy Boettger, hospital education director, 755-5161. NOTICE 5-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your subscription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 5-89 that means your paper expires this month and will be stopped on May 1, 1989. Come, Watch, & Spring Style Show & Dessert Lunch April l lth at 7:00 p,m, at the Villager Restaurant Int, 80 at Walnut maybe purchased the Stitch Sh0ppe, Av0ca the ViUager $1.00 person Sponsored by The Stitch Shoppe Extension program to deal with grief The Shelby County Exten- sion will sponsor the pro- gram, "A New Beginning," at 7 p.m. on April 4 at the Har- lan Community Public Li- brary. The featured speaker will be Virginia Molgaard, an Iowa State University Extension Human Development Special- ist. She has a master's degree and PhD in family studies and experience in family counsel- ing. Her research interests in- clude family stress and coping skills. Molgaard's presentation will provide skills for coping with loss through detailed in- formation on the stages of the grief process. She will offer insights on adjusting to the sense of bereavement which follows the loss of a person that is dear to us. There is no registration fee, but those planning to attend are asked to contact the Shelby County Extension Service, 755-3104. TAKE PRIDE IN SHELBY COUNTY NEW Furniture , I1 RUBBER STAMPS 2 styles, pad style or type Ibat ii self-inking. i Harlan Tribune k_ Immunization clinic set for April 5 An immunization clinic will be held on Wednesday, April 5, at the office of the public health nurse in the basement of the Shelby County Court House in Har- lan. The hours for the clinic are from 9 to 11 a.m. and noon to 3 p.m. Immunizations offered will be DPT (diptheria, pertussis or whooping cough, tetanus), oral polio vaccine, MMR (measles, mumps, rubella), and HiB vaccine (for children between the ages of 24 and 36 months for protection against meningitis). There is an administrative charge of $2 per child for the immunizations. Please bring all previous immunization records so the public health nurse may determine which immunizations are required. All supplies and vaccines are being provided by die Iowa Department of Public Health. No one under 18 years of age will be admitted without a parent or a guardian. Historical society learns about tourism Two programs on tourism were presented when the Shelby County ,Historical So- ciety met on March 19 at the museum. Pam Denton, Judy Knapp and Barb Stenberg spoke on tourism in Harlan. The Shelby County Museum is one of the sights that is used in Harlan promotions. They stated that tourism is the third largest in- dustry in Iowa. Jo Feltz presented a program on the five county tourism council. Anyone having any items to donate to the museum should contact Fern Goodmanson. Society members will have a 6 p.m. potluck dinner on April22. "OUIT FIDDLIN AR(XIWD ,) GET YOUR ,, I'IEI) ICAR ARTNER LARD FR(/,1 ,, XXITI-HEST t$ blIOR ::ERVICES INC," FOR INF0mATION CALL 1-8(13-tt32-9209 NOW ACTION00 pn"E"S00I '14900 REST00 THRU APRIL 1 Glider Rockers $199" & Up BEAUTY by Simmons 3-T|er M|crowave/ 60% TV Stand *_____3 9__e 5_ Dinette Sets... 1/2 OFF Sofa Sleepers s399" & up Side Chairs s99"& up MARBELLA by Ashley Bedroom Set $74995 Easy Living Furniture Hwy 59 (Across from Pizza Hut) HARLAN 755-5282 I/