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i :ross-Lit es says: The preaching of the cross is foolishness to them that perish, but to us who are saved, it is the power of God. I II II II II II rrTlrTfryrrfrlfrIT77yml/7rrffTr1771frr IA 3-30-89 VISIT AT HAVEN Easter Sunday afternoon, Liz Rau accompanied her children and grandchildren to Little Flower Haven to be with her husband and their fa- ther, Frank, who is a resident IIIII time to make your own dedsions. All through life there are some decisions only you can make. Preplanning funeral arrangements is a personal t re: ;ponsibility. It relieves your family from the burden of having to make decisions at a difficult time and "second guess" your wishes. ; What more, i your funeral let's' make informed based on personal preference and prac- tical considerations. r ii ii iiii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii ii i i iii Ii Please send me free booklets on: _l II [:] Funeral Costs  Preplanning i II Address _  II I City--ZiP ----- I m / ...-.,. ii ! r  Baldwin at Ninth n l Jl'(-- Harlan, Iowa 51537 l II II I there. Among those visiting were: Dave Raus and Ken, Harvey Raus and their granddaughter, Brook, Dan Raus, Jeff, Michelle and Ja- son. They also visited with Mrs Dan Rau's mother, who is also at Little Flower Haven. After spending time with Frank, they returned to Liz's home where they enjoyed eating Easter dinner togethe'r, with more grandchildren arriving to join them: Brian Rau, Jody Christensen, Annie Sutker, Robert Rau and Kathy Ran. March 19 supper guests of Joe Wehrs were Joyce Cave- naugh family and Stan Uhmer of Harlan. Easter weekend guests of Joe Wehrs were Lee Knudtson family of Blair, NE; Joe Wehr family and Chuck and June SmRh of Omaha; Clay Gubbels family of Harlan; Rick and Denny Wehr of Portsmouth; Ed Wehr and Deb Kruse and children of Westphalia. Also Micha and Jonathon Wehr of Clarksville, TN. Easter guests of Marcus Kaufmans were Mrs Rosalia Kaufman and Tony Ma- jeruses. Sunday eve, Mrs Rosalia Kaufmann had as her guests Don Kaufmanns of Portsmouth; Joe and Miss Kaufmann of Atlanta, GA, where she attended college there. Monday eve visitors of Wilfred Coenens were Victo- ria Schmitz and Alan, and daughter, Sheila Davis and daughter, Rachelle of San Clemente, CA, who had come to visit with her parents, Larry Schmitzes. Tuesday afternoon, Dawn Wageman, Dustin and Danielle visited Coenens. SCHMITZ FAMILY EASTER The Schmitz families all gathered at the parish center in Westphalia for Easter in- . i III I Attention BOAT OWNERS! Rerlw Boat Regmtratmns now to avoid penalties (Registration. expires April'30, 1989) 2-Year Registration MOTOR OR SAIL: Less than 12'--$9 NO MOTOR-NO SAIL- 12' to less than 15'--$11 $6 (any length) 15' to less than 18'--$13 18' to less than 25'--$19 LINDA 25' or more--S29 Jd..,,,,4R JACOBSEN Shelby County Recorder . 755-5640 I Saturday, APRIL 8, 1989 1:00 p.m. Located at former Hog buying station East of Kimballton Auction, KIMBALLTON, IOWA As I am quitting the trucking business, I will sell my trucks, real estate and other related items at Public Auction. I iii iiiii TRUCKS & TRAILERS 1976 International TranStar 350 Cummings engine. 11-22 tubeless tires and sliding 5th wheel. 1979 Ford F700 Straight Truck 900x 20 tires, 370 engine, 2 speed, 20 ft. I 1970 Wilson 45 Ft. Stock trailer w/aluminum floor and side slats. 1974 Star 38 ft. steel hopper-bottom grain trailer 1982 Utility 42 ft. flad bed trailer w/side kit. ICC PERMIT #2399 Omaha Standard box, new 5 yrs. ago. Loading Chutes; 1 hog, 1 cattle TRUCKING RELATED ITEMS: 2 Knipco heaters; 2 divide gates, 1 wood, 1 steel; 42 ft. tarp; new 10'x24' tarp; other tarps; heavy log chain; 2 good air nde seats; trailer side panels; tire chains; log chains; 8 load binders, 8000 lb. cap.; smaller load binders; step ladder; 2 end gates; chain hoist; feed cart; wood roll-up endgate; sanders; tire & nms; 12 sheets plywood; 4 oil pumps; elec. drill; desk; grease guns; double tree; 4 CB radios; livestock buzzers; and other misc. items. 8'x 16' milk cooler bldg. (6) 8' 10"x 10" timbers; (1) 16' 10"x10" timbers J REAL ESTATE TRACT #1 - Truck Barn located in Kimballton, Iowa. Legal Descnption: Lot 4 of Subdivision of lots 21 & 22, Block 6 in the town of Kimballton. i i .E,L I 20% [?own Sale day, balance due on ,, settlement day, approx. 30 days TRACT #2 - Former Hog Buying Station, Kimbailton, Iowa Legal Description: A pa,[ of out lot 15 of the E addition to the town of Kimballton, Iowa, more particularly descnbed as fol- lows; beginning at a point 250 ft. E. of SW corner of said out lot 15 thence E 351.2 ft. thence N 100 ft. thence W 351.2 ft. thence S 100 ft. to the point of beginning being located in the town of Kimballton, Audubon Co. Iowa. E.J. MADSEN TRUCKING Ike Madsen, Owner 712-764-5721 AUCTIONEERS: TERMS: CASH. Verner Hansen Nothing removed until settled for. CLERK: Wayne Hansen Not responsible for accidents. Klmballton Auction Encore series closes F SecA-Pg. 6A I Harlan iA News Advertiser I with 'terrific' tap show I Sat. mom., April a,1989 l ,. Phone 755-3111 J Contributed by Maryalyce Dotzler The art of tap dancing has never been displayed in Har- lan, as well as it was on Tuesday, March 21, during the performance of "Austin On Tap," featured in the final con- cert of this year's Encore Concert Series. The dance troupe, consisting of six young women, fascinated the crowd with the variety and complexity of their dance routines. The program ranged from snappy jazz tunes to rhythmic routines performed completely without music to showcase the expertise and technique of the dancers. Classical dance combined with tap, some precise military routines, and a rousing country finish complete with cow- boy "tap" boots made it a most enjoyable evening. We are so fortunate to have entertainment of this caliber presented here in our own community. The membership drive for the 1989-1990 Concert Series season will be from April 3 to April 17. Next year's Harlan concerts will include Dames At Sea, a musical comedy, The Tom Prin Jazz Trio, and Marietta Simpson, a mezzo soprano. Members may also attend the Encore concerts held in Denison so there are six concert dates available. If you are interested in buying a membership and supporting this great opportunity to enjoy superior entertainment, you may purchase your membership from one of the volunteers selling them or contact JoAnn Lapke at 755-2861. Treat yourself to some wonderful evenings of laughter, music and pure enjoyment and support this great plus for the cul- tural enrichment of Harlan. 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. eluded: Leonard Schmitzes, Jack Schmitz, Jennie and Ryan, Tammy and Jessica, Lenny Schmitzes, Brad, Nathan and Jeremy, Dale Haners, Mard and Cody, Nick Schmitzes, Msgr. Pete Schmitz of Des Moines; Larry and Vicki and Alan, Lynn Schmitz of Lawrence, KS; Sheila Davis and Rachelle of San Clemente, CA; Steve Goesers, Tara, Ashley and Megan or Orange City; Roger Schmitzes and Mark, Kim, Michael, Karen, Matthew, Chuck Leinen and Wes Orme, Norman Schmitzes, Dean, Dale, Denise, Dana, Dan Wagemans, Dustin and Danielle, George Langenfeld, Bruce Arkfelds of Defiance and Shawn, Scott, Sam and Sara. Also, Russ Schmitz and Jeff and Jerry of Co. Bluffs; Jim Schmitzes and Ryan, Erin and Alyson, Nancy Schmitz, Marvin Schmitzes, Amy, Brian and Nicholas and Bluffs; Kim Bier of Carter Lake; Dave Coenen of Co. Bluffs; Ed, Sharon, Josh, Jeff and Cris of Omaha; Gary, Dan and Kate Coenen of Co. Bluffs. We are delighted to an- nounced the birth of a new resident of our community, little Danielle Wageman, new daughter of Dawn and Dan. She was born in Harlan, weighing 9 lbs. 3 ozs. Grandparents are Norman Schmitzes and John Wage- mans. She was named Danielle Margaret Wageman. Great-grandparents are Wilfred Coenens. She joins a brother, Dustin. Many relatives and friends attended the wake and funeral of Alfonse Stracke at St. Patrick's Church in Perry. Alfonse was the son of Henry and Mary Stracke and a native of Westphalia. He is fondly remembered for a famous ballgame, when he became a "hero" to the hometown folks. The game took place NURSES Part time positions are LPN's or RN's. Excellent Contact Arleatta or Charl I Baptist Memorial 755 174 MULTIPLE PERIL PROG Multiple peril crop insurance can protect against to drought, flood, hail, freeze and many other perils. This affordable premium is subsidized by the Federal Government. a hole in your protection, contact the.00gency "Serving Since YOU'LL GET PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PROTECTION FROM Brad Sorensen, Wilfred during one of the parish Coenens, Ivo Coenens of picnics intheearly1930s, 4 month C Defiance; Randy Coenens of when he was a young man Dew City; Russell Coenens living here. of Dew City; Darrell Coenen Thought for the week: It's of Denison; Marvin Coenens funny about life: if you accept of Omaha; Kris Coenen of anything but the best, that's 1986 American Agrisu rllr, Ce Omaha; Mike Burke of Co. what you usually get. Bluffs; Kevin Harveys of Co. Have a good weekend! $5 000 i,' Cuppy's Grove ..................................................................... h -,.. minimum depo Donald Rolds from Brayton Sorensens of South Sioux visited Al Andersen Friday City; Verle Sorensens of Elk , afternoon. Horn; Lowell Sorensens and , Stacy Dickinson from Brent, Mrs Marjorie 1 Topeka, KS spent the week- Sorensen, Mrs LaVonne An- Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. " end at Glenn Gordons. dersen, Albert Sorensen and w, Easter Sunday dinner guests George Hansons had dinner at re at Fred Foxes were Brent a local restaurant and then Norgaards and Christopher spent the afternoon at 1 from Ankeny; Trace B ivens LaVonneAndersens. ,e--' /# _  ,, "   from Des Moines; Ardith Easter Sunday dinner guests Bivens from Avoca and Alta at Ivan Lees were Carol Lee Adcrsen. from Cedar Falls; Ken SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CELEBRATED Woodraskas from Mar- Checking, Savings, Loans And More 'I 11TH BIRTHDAY shalltown; AI Harpsters of 712 Durant / Hadan 1 755-2188 ,4t Merle Larsons, Beth and Co. Bluffs; Ric Schnieders, Joy from Oakland; David An- Jennifer, Jereme, Jason and dersens, Staci and Greg from Jill, Richard Lees, Jamie, Denison and Mrs Jorginia Amanda and Ryan and Donald Andersen from Atlantic and Schultzes. Ray Larsons had dinner at an Elk Horn restaurant Sunday. Later Merles and Davids went to Ray Larsons and celebrated S / t  e Beth Larsons 1 lth birthday. Easter Sunday dinner guests at John Knudsons were Rodney Knudson from On- awa; Mrs Christine Ras- mussen from Portsmouth; to the Mrs Ila Knudson, Eugene Rasmussens and Rhonda Lee. ATTENDED PAGEANT S I ' Marlow Clemonses and Mrs LaVonne Andersen at- tended the pageant put on by Farmers Savings Bank Congratulates Irwin-Kirkman-Manilla the Christian Church Friday eve. Middle School's 3rd Quarter Honor Roll Students Saturday night visitors at George Hansons were Myron 7th Grade A Honor Roll h r A H n t I ClarJSSunday,from AlbertMyronLea,ClarksMN. Kurt Barry*, Chad Christensen*, Chris Schaben Melanie Corbin**, Janet Frankl*, Jennifer Heller, Mark McLaughl 7th Grade B Honor Roll terson, Allison Rasmussen, Micl Adam Bexten, Karl Carter, Jared Georgius, Keith Gross, Jacie Gruhn, Evonne Hartwig, Jenny h r d B H n R Rasmussen, Jennifer Riesselman, Misty Janet Blum, Jodi Borcher, Melin, 1 Schechinger, Rick Schwarte, Kristi Zeman, Lisa Jason Christensen, Shale Fiscus, SerY ce Schechinger Rachelle Hanson, Christina r "AGoixIPIIcl ., .... , . Knight, Cori Leinen, Kim Ra ToTakoALosk" (, All A S) Sebern Cooling & Heating "'' Farmers Savings : 755-7237 907 Cyclone Harlon, la. Bill Wlngort, owner P.O. Box 216 Irwin, Iowa 51446 I