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Soci lub Events byKimWegener Sec A - Pg. 7A " arian IA News Advertiser at. morn., April 1, 1989 j EDGAR MIDT Schmidts 40th rv (Hack) their r with 9 home, Avoca. are in- which chil- Avoca children: of Schmidt also of at Burns has AvoHa for 23 Club PrOgam the interest Lit- 17 at rosen. will be Co- club meets will be in musical SCore club present club at a night. had the weeks. ILCW church circles to meet next week Immanuel Lutheran Church Women met on March 22 for their board meeting. Deb Helm opened the meeting with devotions and prayer. She also showed slides from Lutheran Social Services of Iowa. The community secretaries will be in charge of the senior citizen's brunch and program on April 19 at 9:30 a.m. Cluster II Spring Workshop will be held at Exira on May 5 from 8:30-noon and is for training of all executive offi- cers. The Western Iowa Synodical Women's Convention will be held at Dana College June 9- 11. The women will partici- pate in the quilt show during the Chamber of Commerce's Fun Day on June 17. A bake sale will also be held. All circles will meet April 4 and April 5. ILCW study leader's meeting for May is April 25 at 7 p.m. Customs hand quilting is every Wednesday and mission quilting is at 1:30 on April 12 and April 26. Mary Beth Kaufman speaks to womens' club The Harlan Christian Women's Club met at a local restaurant on March 21 with 110 ladies attending. The theme was "Spring Tie-Up." Mary Beth Kaufman of the Shelby County Extension Of. flee demonstrated many differ- ent ways to tie scarfs to perk up wardrobes. Lod Ahrenholtz furnished the music. Darlene Anderson and Do- lores Laughlin of Ketchikan, Alaska won the door prizes. Mary Streck of Lucas, TX., was the guest speaker. The club meets monthly for Christian fellowship and is open to all ladies. For more information call 755-3618, 755-7489 or 748-7152. Congregate ...... mealsite menus {April 3-7) Monday - sliced turkey with gravy, sage dressing, whole cranberry sauce, hot roll and pumpkin bar. Tuesday- breaded fish patty, green beans with mush- rooms, carrot, raisin, pineapple salad, bun and pears. Wednesday- roast beef, baked potato, stewed toma- toes, bread and gelatin cake. Thursday- baked chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, kidney bean salad, bread and plums. Friday- cook s choice, (Lucille RUth is mealsite manager. For reservations call her at 755-2791, Monday-Fri- day. Reservations must be made before 9 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.) BIRTHS GIRL- David and Tae Glenn of rural Harlan are the parents of a daughter born March 24, 1989. She weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces, and has been named Rebecca Cather- ine. Rebecca joins Christine, 9, Matthew, 8, Jennifer, 5, and Jonathan, 4. Her grandparents are Robert and Catherine Glenn of rural Harlan. Rebecca's great grandmothers are Corn Glenn of Grand Junction, IA., and Doris Cronin of Ankeny. BOY - Former Harlan residents Gary and Linda Keller of Audubon announce the birth of their son, Reid Paul. He was born March 24, 1989 and weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Waldo Birkley of Jack- son, NE., and Mr and Mrs Ed Keller of Newton, IA. His great grandmother is Hildred Lieder of Waterbury, NE. BOY - Mr and Mrs Rick Ingwers of Irving, TX., are the parents of a son born March 27, 1989. He weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, and has been named Evan Christian. His grandmother is Mrs Norma Ingwers of Denver, CO. Great grandparents are Mrs Rose Petersen and Bill Ingwers both of Harlan. BOY - Scott and Pebble Fender of Irwin announce the birth of their son, Jeremy Scott. He was born March 27, 1989 and weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces. Jeremy has a brother, Matthew, 5. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Clyde Betts of Jefferson, and Mr and Mrs Jimmie Fender of Oakland. His great grandfather is Bud Fender of Macedonia. Josephine Fenn of Carson is his great great grandmother. GIRL. Rowly and Deb Burton of Irwin are the parents of a daughter born March 28, 1989. She weighed 8 pounds, 12 1/2 ounces, and has been named Rachel Dawn. Rachel has a sister, Sarah, 2 1/2. Her grandparents are Bob and Bonnie Burton of Irwin, Dick Jones of Harlan, and Pat Jones of Harlan. Great grandparents are Dr and Mrs Harold Trafton, Mr and Mrs Everett Jones all of Council Bluffs, Mr and Mrs Vernon Burton of Colorado Springs, CO., and Mrs Esther Nelson of Harlan. Harlan School lunch p.ropm |/pru ,,1-/I HCHS Monday - hamburger with pickles and catsup, french fries. mixed vegetables and chocolate cream pie. Tuesday- creamed turkey over mashed potatoes, peas, strawberries and yellow cake with whipped topping. Wednesday- pizza, lettuce salad with choice of dressing, corn and peaches. Thursday - frank in a school. made bun, tri-tators, seasoned green beans and cherry- applesauce. Friday - fishwdge with tartar sauce, potato rounds, cornbread with butter and fruit cup. Chef's salad lunch and salad bar are available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk',s available every Friday. Harlan Middle School Monday - grilled cheese, french fries, mixed vegetables and chocolate pudding. Tuesday- oven:browned wiener, baked beans, school made bun with jelly and rosy applesauce. Wednesday - spaghetti with meat sauce and cheese sticks, Texas toast, seasoned green beans and pears. Thursday- creamed turkey over mashed potatoes, peas, banana and struesel coffee cake. ehrate Spring With a new Floor Covering 21st Annual Spring Sale Now thru April Special prices on all carpet & vinyl, plqs many top quality name brands to choose from. Come and check our carpet samples. j, We carry Beebe & Runyan Furniture courtesy cards, so you can get big discounts Call Arlene for an appointment day or evenings, 627-4673 Elmer's Decorating 6 miles N. of Hwys 59 & 44 & 1/4 mile E. or 3/4 mile W.of Shelby Co. Golf Course Friday - tacos with shred- ded cheese and lettuce, corn peaches and butterscotch ch p bar. A salad bar is available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every ThursdaYwest Ridge New Park Schools Monday - grilled cheese french fries, mixed vegetab es and chocolate pudding. Tuesday- oven-browned wiener, baked beans school made bun wth je y and rosy applesauce. Wednesday - spaghetti with meat sauce and cheese sticks, Texas toast, seasoned green beans and pears. Thursday - creamed turkey over mashed, peas, banana and struesel coffee cake. Friday - tacos with shred- ded cheese, lettuce, corn and peaches. Bread and butter sandwiches peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. - Photo Centributed Harlanites present piano performance in Des Moines Dianne Lawson and two of her pupils-Jason Burmeister (right) and Ryan Lawson-presented a piano certification perfomance in Des Moines on March 12. Mrs Lawson is enrolled in the course of study leading to national certification in piano by the Music Teachers National Association. Her recent presentation completed the performance require- ment of the studies. The 50 minute program included music by J.S. Bach, Helen Boykin, Kabalevsky, Gershwin, Beethoven and Chopin. Parents of the students are: James and Sally Burmeister and Steve and Dianne Lawson. Lincoln Leaders - met March 10 at Jason Morgan's. Jason gave a presentation on how to operate an Apple computer. Recreation was playing games on the compuer. The next meeting will be at Jon Rosmann's. Reporter-Kent Bruck. Center Comers - spon- sored a father-son basketball ame on March 13 at the Har- n Community High School gym. A short meeting was also held. The next meeting will be April 3 at Todd Bruck's. Re- poer-Gary Andersen. Monroe , Standbys - met Feb. 20 at Chris Johannsen's home. The decision was made to contribute to the 4-H'ers for 4-H Fund. Chad Manz and John Olsen gave presentations. The next meeting will be at Charles Kock's home. Reporter-Clinton Smith. Jackson Happy Helpers - meeting was held March 6 at Becky Scheers home. Discus- sion was held on the 4-H pan- cake supper at Vet's Audito- rium. Livestock ID sheets are due May 15. May 6 club members will go bowling. Also discussed Jumor Fun Day, fa- thers' supper, personal goal sheets for record books, and 4-H'ers for 41-1 fund. Presentations were given by Becky Scheel, cooking; Susan Lambert, how to do pockets; NOTICE 5-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on yJur subscription - it is stamped Angle Doonan, how to take right after your name on page care of your clothes; Katie one. If it says 5-89 that means Christofferson, paper marbling; your paper expires this month and Jenny Borden, wood crafts. The next meeting will and will be stopped on May 1, be April 3 at Jenny Borden's at 1989. 7 p.m. Reporter-Kathy Lain- News Writers Wanted We need correspondents to represent Elk Horn, Fairview Twp., Walnut, Lincoln Twp., & N.E. Monroe Earn extra money writing neighborhood news from your home. All necessary supplies are furnished, Interested? Call Pat: 755-3111 Harlan Newspapers to bert. Jackson Jets - met at Donnie and Chuck Obrecht's home March 13. Items of business discussed included 4-H pancake supper and donating to 4-H'ers for 4-H fund. Presentations were given by Chuck Obrecht, preparing to show calves; Donnie Obrecht, how to sew on a but- ton; Daniel Grabill, beavers Scott Doonan, parastes n hogs. Reporter-Scott Doonan. Boots & Saddles - meeting was held at Shelby County State Bank Feb. 16. Rosalie Carlson gave a report on the horse clinic in Omaha. Thank- yous will be sent to the horse clinic and to Rex Whammel for the slide presentation. Discussion was held on the 4- H pancake supper and the horse clinic in Ames. Horse committees were assigned. Rosalie Carlson will begin to have judging practice the first Tuesday of each month up to May. Reporter-Becky Scheel. Monroe Merry Makers 7 met in Feb. at Shelly Clausen s home. Shelly Clausen and Jenny Holtz gave presenta- tions. The next meeting will be at Regina and Andrea Smith's home. Also in Feb. members hosted a father-daughter pig out. Members brought ingredients for pizza and salad. Members prepared iZZa and salad and also per- rmed a skit. Reporter-Sara Wood. e F _ Time marches on! Sometimes I think it runs like an Olympic contestant instead of plain old marching! Here in New England time is measured by beautiful, quaint steeple clocks on ancient churches and town halls as it has been for the past one to two hundred years. We nearly break our necks trying to see them all as we drive through the towns. By the way, nearly every town has a sign at the border giving the date it was established - all in either the 1600's or 1700's. CLOCK REPAIRER IS FASCINATING One of our new friends (are you listening, Jon Burmeister?) is Bruce Cheney of Paxton, MA, who is a third generation clock maker and is passing on his knowledge to his sons, Brian, 9 1/2 and Brett, 7 1/2. Both his grandfather and father were experts in clock repair- ing. Bruce and his brother are following in those footsteps even though they lean to lonely, dusty cubicles high above the sidewalks. Of course some of the old clocks have been electrified, but Bruce says the trend is now to preserve the old workings. One of the oldest steeple clocks he services is in Orford, NH, three hours away. Iron in the works was made in Saugus about 1725. Steeples and cupolas which house the old timepieces are works of art, as are the clocks themselves. Bruce travels miles to work on the clocks and do the weekly winding, which requires a certain delicate touch, but he loves his work in this special field. INHERITED WHALE OIL In his home, he repairs grandfather clocks and other types. You never know how many chimes you will be hearing as they strike the quarter and half hours. One of his treasures is a bottle of whale oil inherited from his grandfather. He uses it very sparingly as the need arises. Helen, his wife, has made a fascinating scrap book of pic- tures and publicity. Her training at the Worcester Art Museum school stands her in good stead for projects such as this. She is a fine photographer but admits sometimes it is a real chal- lenge at the heights they must go. As a free lance artist along with her photography, she en- joyed her seven years with the E.B. Luce Company where she made up photo murals for trade shows and exhibits. She did genealogical research on the company and discovered it was the oldest photo lab in the USA which still goes by the original name. They do murals for Bausch and Lomb, Baltimore Aquarium, the Smithsonian and others such as a local historical society in Worcester. Boy could we use her in the Shelby County Museum and Nishnabotna Genealogical Society! BCNUI Piano pupils earn ratings at festival Heather Pash and Adam Schechinger received superior plus ratings for their piano solos at the piano festival held March 18 at the Harlan Com- munity High School. Students of Linda Post re- ceiving superior ratings in pi- ano solos were Josh Feldman, Nathan Behrend, Geri Weihs, Amy and Trisha Chamberlain, Julie Finken, Sarah and Laurie Holdren, Lori, Lisa and Cheri Ohlinger, Jason Morgan, Amber Scheffler, Aaron Tolzin, Julie Olson, Eric Brooks, 'Corey and Carrie Nelson; Also Jessica, Jaina and Jeremy Allen, Coby Carstens, Becky and Mark Schmitz, Jill Miller, Katie Murphy, Ella Mac Carlson, Angle Schechinger and Deirdre and Ben Post. Katie Schmidt, Jerod A ! ! 00-,Ml:a,00liill00 Our Buslness is making you look GOOD AT Discover O new dimension in style! Treat yourself to a soft, shimmering OUTER LIMITS perm from Helene Curtis. A hold that lasts...A look that's noticed all season long! Make an appointment today. 755-2633 We use and sell Helene Curtis Products, spumeonts Mathiasen, Julie Rold and Kathy Christensen received excellent ratings in piano solo. Tammy Schmitz played for comments only. Jill Miller and Deirdre Post will receive gold certificates and gold cups for three con- secutive superiors. Angle Schechinger will receive the first gold cup on points. Becky Schmitz will receive a red certificate and second gold cup for six consecutive superiors. Lori Ohlinger will receive her second gold cup. Jaina and Jessica Allen earned a superior in piano duet and will receive gold certifi- cates and gold cups for three consecutive superiors. Lori and Lisa Ohlinger re- ceived a superior in piano duet. Laurie Holdren and Geri Weihs earned an excellent rat- ing for their piano duet. Hurry...Special ends April 8th! Illl I SPURGEON'S" I