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Services held Saturday ,,,'O*''"'eem*''"''*" 'S d d " " ' She wassurvivedbyniecesandnephews, urge towar ec,.mt ,,v,ng for Christine Nielsen, 91 She was a resident of the Baptist Memorial Funeral services were Saturday at Pauley  Home, Harlan. VuneralHome for Christine Nielsen, 91, Harlan, Final Rites Monday Harlan, operating a motor vehicle while m" O00c00te00Ju0000e00ol00m0000ere00t**o0000m00en JudcJe tells 150 youths Tues. SUMMER UP for Raymond Fiscus, 70 00 in April, district cou Funeral services are Monday, 1:30 p.m. at Pauley Funeral Home for Raymond Fiscus, 70, NOW Harlan, who died April 18 at Myrtue Memorial Hospital. Burial will be at Redline Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, one son, Victor, Logan and two daughters, Mrs Mike Segol, Sun Carlos, Calif., and Mrs Fred Holloway, Defiance. There is also a sister, Mrs Alice Parker, Tuscon, Ariz. Elk Horn banquet IN A FINE LATE honors two April 14 MODEL USED CAR FROM OUR LOT 1968 CHEV. IMPALA 4 dr., V-8, auto- matic -- air. 1968 BEL AIR 4 dr., V-8, automatic 14,000 mi. 1966 BUICK SKYLARK 4 dr., hardtop -- V-8, automatic -- power -- air. 1966 MERC. 4 dr., V-8, automatic power -- air. 1966 CHEV. BEL AIR 4 dr., V-8, auto- matic. 1965 CHEV. BEL AIR 4 dr., V-8, auto- matic power steering. 1964 CHEV. BEL AIR 4 dr., V-8, auto- matic. 1963 OLDS. 88 4 dr., Sedhn V-8, auto- maUc -- power. 1962 FORD GALAXIE 4 dr., V-8, auto- matic. 1961 BUICK SPECIAL 4 dr., V-8, auto- matic. TRUCKS 1965 CHEV. ton 6 c3'1., 3-spoed. 1964 FORD 4 spd. Racks. OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS VOLUME BUSINESS ASSURES YOU- OF LOW PRICES PLUS SERVICE AFTER THE SALE E. M. Christensen Auto Company, Inc. 5th & Market Harlan 755-2145 +ELK HORN -- Two Elk Horn citizens received awards Monday night at the Better Elk Horn club's annual banquet held at the Elk Horn Lutheran church parlors. Walter Wittrup, Elk Horn's rural mail carrier, received a safe driving award from the U.S. Postal department and was given by Elk Horn Postmaster, Melvin Boose. Mrs G. E. Larson received a Life Saving award by Elk Horn American Legion Post 322 and was presented by Post Commander Willis Hunsen. Mrs Larson was cited for her quick thinking when she treated Clinton Jensen last fall when he was stung by a nest of hornets, and would have proved fatal, if not for her knowledge of treatment and getting him to the hospital. Mrs Larson has also helped many others in many kind deeds in their time of need. LEGALPUBLIC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF iOWA IN AND FOR SHELBY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF H. CARL LAGE Deceased. Probate No. 8025 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTAAENT OF EXECUTOR,AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO AL! PERSONS iNTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF H. CARL LAGE, Deceased: YOU are hereby notified that on the 16th day of April, 1969, the last will and testament of H. CARL LAGE, deceased, bearing date of the 9th day of May, 1966, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that ROBERT,S. ROSS was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them With the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless 50 filed within Six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 16th day of April, 1969. ROBERT S. ROSS Executor of said Estate Route 1, Harlan, Iowa 51537 Hines & Sawin Attorneys for said Executor Harlan, Iowa 51537 Date of second publication 28th day of April, 1969 (Publish NA April 21 8, 28) NEW CASES IN DISTRICT COURT OMVI -- State vs Marion S. Ash, Omaha, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The defendant was charged by Harlan Police Of- ricers Eugene Petersen and Dale Christensen April 11. JUSTICE COURT CASES J. Bruce Potter, J.P. County cases -- Robert Reeves, Council Bluffs, no red flags on trailer, $5; Kay Petersen, Omaha, failure to yield right of way, $5; and Tom Head, Dow City, failure to obey signal of patrol car, $5. A. H. SAVEREIDE, J.P. County cases -- Steve Zimmerman, Earling, overweight on axle, $34.90 and overweight according to class of truck, $50; and Patrick Lee Donnelly, Council Bluffs, driving with expired license, $25. City cases -- Alan K. N elson, Avoca, reckless driving, $25; Lee Jassen, Harlan, improper parking, $5; Connie Ronfeldt, Harlan, reckless driving, $25; Alan Andersen, Harlan, no 1969 plates, $5; Lloyd Cooper, Omaha, stop sign violation, $5; Bruce Heilesen, Harlan, failure to have control of vehicle, $10 and improper registration, $5. NEW VEHICLES REGISTERED Ronald Book, Harlan, Triumph motorcycle. 'lYibune Newspapers, Inc., Harlan, Ford. G. A. Finley, Inc., Harlan, Dodge truck. Terry Eagen, Harlan, Ford. Orv Rocker Ford, Harlun, Ford. Frederick E. Olsen, Harlan, Ford. Leo B. Schaben, Earling, Oldsmobile. Horace W. Ouren, Harlan, Ford. Orrell B. Gearhart, Harlan, Chevrolet. Benedict J. Leuschen, Panama, Ford. David L. Klindt, Hartan, Chevrolet truck. Alfred H. Paulsen, Irwin, Chevrolet. Dean R. Garnett, Harlan, Ford. Raymond L. Petersen, Harlan, Ford. Raymond R. Jansen, Elk Horn, Ford truck. Nell D. Gray, Manilla, Chevrolet truck. David L. Sternberg, Portsmouth, Dodge. Mike J. Gross, Harlan, Buick. Donald L. Bragg, Harlan, Buick. Ronald A. Schuster, Shelby, International truck. Nina C. Vaughan, Harlan, Chevrolet truck. Western Engineering Co., Harlan, GMC truck. B&B Farm Supply, Earling, International truck. Ronald H. Wilwerding, Oldsmobile. Boeck International, Harlan, International truck. DESK PADS, Doodle pads, desk calendars at Tribune office. Harlan Theatre Guild presents "THERE'S A GREATsurge toward decent living," asserted Judge Phillip B. Gflliam of Denver in a speech Tuesday afternoon to 150 youths at the conference here sponsored by the Western Iowa District of the Young Men's Christian Association. The annual spring conference was held in the First Methodist Church, led by officers of high school Hi-Y's in Southwest Iowa. The judge of Denver's Juvenile Court pointed out that "in spite of all the trouble young people get into, I'm amazed at the high caliber of our younger generation." Gilliam emphasized that the "explosion of communication" has put television into even the poorest home and "gives a distorted picture of our way of life." A PROBLEM of our Umes, the judge said, "is that wealthy people are moving out of the big cities and poor people are moving in. The result is the ghetto." He urged the high school boys and girls to "be different, let's be decent." Of his work with juveniles in one of the largest such courts in the country, Judge Gilliam said that "of 30,000 delinquents the most obvious sign was that the child didn't like himself -- had no self-respect. "In order to start loving thy neighbor, start loving yourself/' the judge admonished. "It's the intelligent way. You'll never be a good banker, lawyer or farmer unless you like yourself, have confidence and walk tall." He added that a "parent's greatest love of children is discipline, to teach children to be strong, together with a religious concept of life." FOLLOWING the opening convocation, the conference was divided into discussion groups on the draft, "school hangups," drugs and drinking, sex and religion. Leaders were A. H. Schuler, superintendent of schools at Atlantic; Dr W. S. Markham, Harlan; Dr. Joseph H. Spearing, Harlan; the Rev. Andrew Hofer, First Presbyterian Church, Audubon; Mrs Verda Watts of the Audubon County Selective Service Board. Directing the conference was Harl S. Holt of Atlantic, executive director of the district YMCA. Student leaders were Nell Rinehart, Mr Ayr, president; Jeff Jenson, Audubon, first vice president; Sharme Mayne, Orient, second vice president; Connie Ryan, Mt Ayr, secretary; Johnson Jensen, Harlan, treasurer; Kathy Jones, Mt Ayr, chaplain. The outstanding club award went to the Mt. Ayr Tri Hi-Y, while certificates of merit went to the Mt. Ayr Hi-Y, Mt. Ayr Tri Hi-Y and Green- field HiY. Officers for the coming year are Fay Fell, Mt Ayr, president; Amy Cooper, Mt. Ayr, secretary; Barbara Ahnen, Orient, treasurer; Diane Saxton, Orient, chaplain. (From Omaha World-Herald. ) Report for April 15-17. Star -t- means patient ad- mitted and later dismissed. Visiting hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8:30 p.m. ADMITTED Mattie Haferbier, Harlan. Ethyl Loutzenhisar, Harlan. +Daniel, son of Richard McLaughlin, Harlan. + Robin, son of Marvin Musieh, Harlan. Donald, son of Alfred Wheatley, Avoca. Theresa, daughter of Mrs Louella Tortes, Avoca. +Mrs Gudmun Jansen, Avoca. Pauline Reischl, Woodbine. Scott, son of Edward Owen, Harlan. Mayree Van Beck, Hancock. Mrs Arthur Ferry, Kirkman. Wendell Morris, Harlan. Loretta Kemmish, Persia. Pena Christensen, Harlan. Leona Henningsen, Elk Horn. Raymond Piittmann, Shelby. Hans Brodersen, Harlan. DISMISSED Mrs Larry Miller, Harlan. Mrs Fred Greta, Portsmouth. Mrs John Reisz, Dunlap. Mrs Gary Allen and baby, Harlan. Clinton, son of Tyrone Scheffler, Harlan. Mrs Earl Kueny and baby, Exira. Mrs James Hoffman and baby, Earling. Anna Fiscus, Harlan. Leona Jorgensen, Elk Horn. Chris Wiig, Irwin. Mary Nelson, Kimballton. Walter Kelley, Woodbine. Peter Lefeber, Portsmouth. Floyd Fiscus, Harlan. Esther Petersen, Harlan. Alfons Mueller, Earling. Mrs Joseph Schmitz, Panama. Roger Bonnesen, Kimballton. Zeno Schmitz, Westphalia. Mrs Leonard Herbst, Harlan. Mrs Peter Munch, Audubon. John Bentlage, Persia. Harry Schmidt, Avoca. Josephine Schaben, Westphalia. 17. 17. Date 14 15 16 17 18 BIRTHS Boy to Mr and Mrs Eldon McCall, Harlan, April 15. Boy to Mr and Mrs Richard Robinson, Harlan, April Girl to Mr and Mrs Robert Paulsen, Harlan, April % PAGE The Harlan (Iowa) N, Mort. Morning, April 21, (Continued from page consequences of such an action is ! severe for any farmer to chance." - Weather- Willful violation of this order $10,000 fine or six months employer. f'LLEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for construction of Iowa Mental Health Center Building, will be received by the Southwest Center until 8:00 p.m. May 1, 1969, publicly opened and read. All bids shall be made on a facsimi provided in the specifications and and made a part of the contract doCUm q The plans and specifications may obtained at the office of the Health Center, Atlantic, Iowa. Each bid shall be accompanied by a q made payable to the Owner in an five (S) percent of the bidder's successful bidder fail to furnish bonds, refuse to make contract on fail to meet the requirements of contract documents regulating the check shall be forfeited as liquidated The successful bidder shall be pre surety bonds for the full amount of by a surety company authorized to do State of Iowa. No bidder may withdraw his after the scheduled closing time for The right is reserved by the Owner h all bids and to waive irregularities in (publish Trib April 17 & NA April 211 Community Calendar FREE ADVERTISING This space has been Harlan Super Valu for civic, social and non.profit If ou have an event you to nave advertised in this call the Harlan Newspapers, 5-3111. Monday, April 21 -- Harlan from 9:30 a.m. until the American Legion Hall. Wednesday, April 23 Church Rummage Sale. Doors l} a.m. Friday, April 25 -- The iliary will sew puppets in the di ,ning room, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, May 17 Rummage Sale, church Space furnished High Low Precip. free as a 60 46 .05 public 77. 45 0 service 67 52 .73 by your 52 45 .97 Home Of 58 38 .05 MYRON NEPPL, the Blue Cross - Blue Shield will be at Myrtue Memorial Hospital EVERY THURSDAY GOP WOMEN ATTEND 9:30 to i 1:30., to answer questions and to Enroll Subscribers. CONFERENCE, APRIL 24 Summer and Smoke ATLANTIC -- Republican women of Shelby county will serve as hostesses at the Seventh District Spring Conference Thursday, April 24 at the Hotel Whitney here. Registration is from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Mrs L.. Jerry Larson (744-3688) should be contacted by kf]f April 19 from anyone wishing a reservation to the conference. Tennessee Williams April 25, 26, & 2 8 8:00 p.m. Shelby County Health Improvement Association Blue Cross - Blue Shield I i I 'qL I | I | I- BIB BIB i !i I at Visits Harlan Monday.Apr: 21 HarJan Golf & Country Club HERE Please makeeveryefforttogwebloodTODAYwhentheB Harlan. We must make our quota on this trip -- 142 pints urgently needed. Employers adui t entertainment TODAY! please stagger employee hours so as many as are able to give blood will have the need- ed time. The Bloodmobile program is very important to Harlan --Please Give Blood TODAY! Thank you. Tickets !i:i!:ii:i:i:i!i!!:i:!::i!!i:i:i!:!!!:ii!:i!:!ii!:i:i:!:ii:iii!i:ii:i:i:i:ii iiii!iiJiiiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiii;f....iiiiiii!iii!iiiiiiiii!i ...t::.:.`.:.::::..: Available at the Harlan banks, drug stores and Saylor Barber Shop. Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc. * AMERICAN LEGION HALL-- 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. QUOTA: 142 PINTS BLOOD IS NEEDED-PLEASE G This message sponsored by: Shelby County  Memorial ,HciPifal