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3-29.89 Community "Something Pecu- at 7:30 Hall, of St. School is National Associa- Chicago, several from the Des GUESTS guests of and Run of Chamber- fin, ,l Cham- and Jill Gauls and Chain- and of Harlan. of Diane Y of North and extended guests Patty Tammy of amily, of ', Student at Maryville, S, s of their grandmother, Allan and Ymouth, )sers of Charvin S.D. of Lans- guests of were Jim Kate Bob and Earl of lelr arlotte CT greetings. and Millie taM, along of the were er guests at Car- and aturday and grand- l%ldman. are )f Spencer with his parents, Alphonse Hoff- manns. Mike Mahlbergs, Marty Schmidt, Mary Pat Mahlberg of Co. Bluffs and Allan Stinns of Plymouth, MN were Easter Sunday guests of Mark Cliffords in Omaha. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Bud Chamberlains, Cindy, Leo, Gina and Jim were Mil- dred Chamberlain, Irene Huebner, Ken Brinkers, Cory, Trisha and Annie of Harlan; Gary Kohleses, Marvin and Mary Jo of Portsmouth; John Schaben and Dan Dotzler of Defiance. Dave Kramers of Earling were afternoon guests. Bill Goetzes and Jan and friend, Mark, students at N.W.M.S.U.; John Goetz and Kathy Reinig of Omaha; Roger Goetzes of Grimes and Larry Henkel family of Elkhorn, NE, joined members of Quinn families and were Easter dinner guests of Linda Quinn and Kara at Harlan. B.J. Bruck and Andrea Moon of Harlan spent one af- ternoon and eve with the for- mer's grandparents, Matt Reinigs and his great-grand- mother, Josephine Schemer. Patty DeForest of Wood- bine visited Saturday with Bessie Sullivan. Joe Morfelds were Easter guests at their son, Melvin and family in Omaha. Easter supper guests of Sylvester Michelses were Joe Michelses, Michelle, Chery, Dan, Jim and Dana of Des Moines and Duane Reinigs, Chad and Brian of Portsmouth. GUESTS OF HOFFMANNS Easter Sunday guests of Alphonse Hoffmanns were Run Hoffmanns, Adam and Aaron of Papillion, NE; Jim Hoffmanns, Joe, Jeff and Judi of Dunlap; Brian Hoffmann of Spencer and John Hoffmanns of Vail. Easter Sunday guests of Mike Feldmans were Wes Walkers of Defiance; Isabel Feldman and granddaughters, Stephanie and Mary Beth Cahill of Highland Ranch, CO; Mike Cosentinos, Bob Thomas and Carrie Ann of Omaha. Mrs Agnes Herbst, Mrs Dorothy Theulen of Earling; Bob Theulens, Paul Theulen of Woodbine and lack Theulen of Co. Bluffs were Easter Sunday guests along with other family members at Jeff Theulens and Stephen at Co. Bluffs. Easter Sunday dinner guests of Delbert Kohleses were the families of Gary Kohles of Portsmouth; Jerome Kohles of Harlan; Joe Kohles of Omaha; Albert Wingert Jr., Phil Wegner, Run Kohles, Dena Kohles and Scott Leinen, both students of N.W.M.S.U. Easter guests of Walter Leuschens were Jim Leuschens, Sue, Paul, Kate and James of Omaha; Gene Leuschens, Shana, Joe, Cheryl and Robert and Sgt. George Leuschen of Fort Carson, CO. Easter guests of Andy Pauleys and Julie were Dale Krehers, Jennifer and Danielle of Omaha; Kris Hermsen of Dubuque; Denice Nie, Andrea and Brent of Jessup; Danny Pauley of Dike; Pat Pauley of Fort Morgan, CO; Doug Pauley of Ankeny, Joan Smith of Omaha; Guyle Sonderman of Portsmouth and Zeno Pauley. Mrs Josephine Schemer and Matt Reinigs were Easter Sunday guests at Bernard Swensons-at Harlan. GUESTS FOR BRUNCH Easter brunch guests at Al- fred Wingerts Jr. were Dan Wingert of Tama; Craig Weises, Ryan, Kyle and Jason of Earling and Glenn Wingerts. AI Sondermans of Akron, OH; Albert Sondermans and Lavine Rosmann of Earling were Tuesday brunch guests of their sister, Mrs Joe Mor- feld and husband. Mrs Cornelia Leuschen, Larry Finkens and John Michelses attended the Shelby County senior citizens meet- ing at the Harlan mealsite Monday. lllllllllllllllll] lay Twp. 3-22-89 Bob Heyderhoff family were Sunday dinner guests of Velma Boysen for Glenda's birthday. Heather spent overnight with Velma. In the afternoon the ladies attended the golden wedding of Earl Doonans at Jacksonville Church. Roger Parkers, Doug Park- ers and Tony Petersen family were Sunday dinner guests at Jerry Gudes for the baptism of Ryan (Roger, Jr.) Parker. Derek Hansen family were -Sunday dinner guests of Roger Hansens for the family Easter dinner. EARLY EASTER GUESTS Esther Fredrickson, Dale Christensens and Troy, Craig of Mapleton, Jan of Des Moines; the Rick Boysen family of Dunlap; Bob Bjorns of Audubon and Larry Nis- sons were Sunday dinner guests of Vera Nisson for Easter. Vernon Mardesens helped Mrs Nels Pedersen celebrate her birthday Sunday afternoon in Exira. Mrs Dorothy Stearns spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Virginia Rasmussen. Herbert Nelsons were at Rick Nelsons at Corning Sunday afternoon. Company was entertained at Milford Christensens Sunday afternoon for Joey's and Mindy's birthdays. Later they attended the golden wedding of Earl Doonans. Tony Petersen family spent Sunday eve with Roger Park- ers. sunday supper uests of Lyle Petersens were Ernie Behrends, Wendell Behrend and the families of Wayne and Richard Behrend. Mmes Virginia Rasmussen and Daryle Meeller and Darcy attended the sportsman's ban- quet at the Elk Horn School Monday eve. Monday afternoon visitors of N. Elmer Christensens were Glen Juelsgaards. Sunday dinner guests of Arnold Jacobses were Don Kristensen family of Audubon. In the afternoon, the ladies visited Emma and PLANNING THAT DAY...TODAY[ Your savings plan today at... Hedevig Christensen at the nursing home. 3-30-89 Gale Rihner of Kansas City, KS was a visitor of Tom Rihners through the weekend. WEEKEND VISITORS Judy Peters of Omaha vis- ited Richard Peterses through the weekend. Richard Robinson family, Garvin Babbitts and Bert Brocker were dinner guests at Bill Babbitts Sunday. Jonathan Rouses and sons of West Des Moines; Duane Carroll family and Donald Schultzes were dinner guests of Wilbur Carrolls Saturday. Mrs James (Donna) Doolittle, Sarah Gwen and Emily returned to Cedar Rapids Friday following a visit with Wilbur Carrolls April 15 Will you be paying Uncle Sam, or yourself?. 7.607%* to maturity Earn this rate of return and pay no federal taxes. Tax-free Municipal Bonds offer a solid rate of return on which you will pay no federal income taxes. None. For all the details, call me today. Gordon L. yon Ahsen 615 A. Durant Harlan, IA 51537 ('712) 755-3887 - call collect * Subject to Allomatlve Mlnlmum Tax. Edward D. Jones & Co. * Member New York StOCk Exchange, Inc Member Securities Investor Protection Corporation since Monday. Wednesday they visited Dwane Carrolls. Visitors at Paul Eggersses Sr. through Easter Day were Tom Rihners, Darin Ander- sens of Omaha; Run Eg- gersses and Roger, Pam Eg- gerss of Van Meter; Brian Eggerss of Omaha; Ralph Eggersses of Shelby; Michelle Eggerss of Des Plaine, IL; Doug Applegates and Brent of Oakland and Jerry Bucks of Tennant. ENJOY NIEMANN BREAKFAST Rod Andersens, Casey and Rusty were among the Nie- mann relatives enjoying breakfast at Charles Pattees Easter morning. Dale Schroders and Jenna, David Peterses, Megan and Angela, Katherine Knudsen of Elk Horn; Ernest Peters and Ike Quimbys of Tennant were dinner guests at Harold Pe- terses Easter. Tom Pattee family and Todd Karns family were among the Pattee family en- joying Easter dinner at the Legion Hall in Avoca. Robert Krohns of Shelby were eve visitors at Dave Pe- terses, Easter. David Andersens, Debbie and Larry, Stinne Andersen of Shelby; Bob Thomses and Chris, Richard Andersens and Joel, Brian Boecks, Tara, Jodie and Mitchell of Deni- son; ROd Andersens, Casey and Rusty were dinner guests at Irwin Andersens Easter. Knit and Stitch Club met If your IRA isn't earning 10.00 %, you're losing interest. Don't settle for low interest on your IRA. I can show you a range of IRA plans that match your finandal goals, and help you earn more for retirement. You can even have different IRA's for diversity. Call me today for the details. Gordon L. von AMen 615 A. Durant Harlan, Iowa 51537 Phone (712) 755-3887 - call collect Gordon L. von Ahsen "Based on AAA-rated Government Cdlaterallzed bonds to maturtty Edward D. Jones & Co.-" Member New York StOCk Exchange, Inc Membo, Secorilies InvestOr Protection Corporetion II =- I i Insured Certificates of Deposit 10.05% 1 year $S,000 minimum deposit 9.75% 3 year $5,000 minimum deposit Gordon L. von Ahscn 615 A. Durant Hadan, IA 51537 (712) 755-,1807 - call coiled with Viola Miller March 27 with five members present. The club will meet with Martha Peterson in April. EASTER AT MALVERN Hugo Dittmers and sons, Greg Hawkinses of Atlantic; Bernard O'Dells, Jeff Rock- wells of Co. Bluffs; Stacy and Amber Brook of Omaha and Frank Erets of Malvern were dinner guests at John Erets at Malvern Easter Sunday. Mrs James Doolittle, .. Sec A - Pg. 9A " arian IA News Advertiser l Sat. morn., April 1, 1989) Phone 755-3111 .' Sarah, Gwen and Emily of Cedar Rapids and Wilbur Carrolls visited Dwight Car- rolls in Vermillion and toured the USD Campus, Thursday. In the eve, they all visited at Run Ericksons at Elk Point, SD. '-" at: Cogdill Farm Supply With Purchase of Purina Without Meatbuilder or Start & Grow Feed Purchase i BROILERS =,,=,=,=,47 =,,,,,.=58 PULLETS ..........67........83 (California White, Welp-Line 9374, Production ed, While Hock) * 10% Discount on Chicken Health Products * Ducks, Geese, Turkeys & Game Birds Available, Call your local Cogdill Farm Supp/y for details and to PLACE your order, COGDILL FARM SUPPLY PANAMA HARLAN DUNLAP Dew CITY 489-2535 755-5595 643-5360 674-3344 SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1989 - 1:00 P.M. LOCATION: SOUTH EDGE OF WOODBINE, IOWA ON U.S. HIGHWAY 30 As we have discontinued our construction business we will sell the following: FARM EQUIPMENT 1937 Farmall I;'-20 1941 John Deere "B" (both tractors run very good) 2-row JD 290 planter 2-row JD cultivator 2-row rotary hoe 2-bottom plow lO-ft, straight dlsc TRANSIT - GENERATOR - MOWER David le transit with adjustable poles 2000 watt, portable generator w/3hp, Briggs motor. 110 volt JD #65 riding lawn mower 1,000 Ibe. Switch grass SHOP TOOLS, ETC. 2 - 220 welders Spades, shovels, malls. Complete torch unit mud hoes, etc. Olsen metal band saw Many building and bin Several 100-ft. welding parts, augers, etc. cable 24" 7.S hp fan 2 - chain saws (completely Press drill reconditioned, P & H 4 - good bin Jacks Electric) Roof center jack 18" 3 hp fan 120' steel forms up New sheefe bldg. skin, through 36' bin trim, etc. Power trowel Tables and metal Many miscellaneous shelves concrete tools 2 112" pump w/gas Mag bull float motor 2 - sections of scaffllng Small Burr mill 3 - aluminum extension w/electric motor ladders Many new boxes bolts Step ladders and miscellaneous Electric grinders and Items drills Some mlac. furniture Hlltl hammer drill Items w/bite Anvil w/stand Hlltl nail gun Wheel barrow (automatic cUp) New welding rods Many anchor bolts, Overhead hoists shots and nails 2 - new building Several impact windows & screens wrenches Come-alonge Screw guns MESSENGER VEHICLES - SKID LOADER- TRAILER 1978 Ford pickup. black, euper cab, Lariat w/Tommy Gate and rcgtdar tall gate V-R 460 automatic, alr, cruise (runs very good & uses no oil) 1948 Indlan motorcycle {all original) Overhead pipe rack for pickup Tool box for pickup Rounder 700 skld-steer loader (new engine last spring) Bobcat trailer Carpenter aprons Old Iron Square tubing, cement mixer McCormick Deerlng cream separator (all complete) CONSTRUCTION Rhonda and Merlin Messenger, Owners. For information contact Merlin at 712-647-2684 or 647-9913 Auction Conducted By: Lunch oo PRYOR AUCTION O. Terms: Cash or Good check Grounds Randy Pryor: 712-647-2712 day of sale! I I IHIII i ii i Ills I HARLAN CENTER CLASSES /gHa APR I L - MAY 1787 W.er # 755-35o8 q(zfl IWCC, 2712 12th Street, Harlan, IA 51537 755-5E19 NAME OF CLASS INSTRUCTOR DATE TIME NUMBER OF COST LOCATION SESSIONS GED - Daytime ......................... L, Morgan ............ TWTh ............ 8:30-12:30 ........... Ongoing ..... Test - $28 ....... Center Evening ................................. Stacy Fahn .......... M ................... 7:00-9:00 ............. Ongoing ..... Test - $28 ....... Center Adult Literacy Project..., ............. Volunteers ........... Flexible ......... As desired ........... Ongoing ..... none ............... Center (Basic Education Tutoring) IBM-PC DOS ............................. Marc Walter ......... April 1 ........... 9:00-420 ............. 1 ....... i ......... $75.00 ............ Center The Next Step .................................................... Sat. Calligraphy ................................. Carolyn Adams ... Men,, Apr. 3,, 7:00-9:00 ............. 5  ................ $18.00 ............ Center Speech Craft .............................. Pat Simmons ...... April 4 ........... 7:00-8:30 ............. 6 ................. $25.00 ............ Center Co-op with Toastmaster ............ Jim Moyes ........... Tues. Keyboarding Lab ....................... Stacy Fahn .......... April 10 ......... 6:30-7:30 ............. Orientation. $25.00 ............ Center (Individual Instruction on IBM computer) ................ Men .............. Other times arranged with a total of 12 hrs. Professional ............................... Pete Heineman ... April 12 ......... 1:00-4:00.. .......... 1 ................. $15,00 ............ Center Telecommunications ............................................... Wed. The Ideal Silhouette ................... Carol Brockman .. April 18 ......... 7:00-9:00 ............. 2 ................. $10.00 ............ Center ............................................................................ Tues. Country Bunnies ........................ Pam Kuehl .......... April 25 ......... 9:00-12:00 ........... 1 ................. No Charge ..... Center .. ........... ..oo.....o .................................................... Tues. So Much To Do -. ...................... Elaine Wells ........ April 26 ......... 6:30-8:30 ............. 2 ................. No Charge ..... Center So Little Time .......................................................... Wed. Childbirth Preparation ............................................. May 2 MMH Co-op with Myrtue Myrtue Memorial Hospital Moped Safety ............................ Ron Rose ............ May 13 .......... 9:00-3:00 ............. 1 ................. $15.00 I II I