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::::::::::;::::::-.;::;:;::;::;;;:;;.:;:;::;!:;.:iii:.:;::.-: of Social and Club Events " Reunions  Club Meetings  Social Events By MARJORIE PETERSEN -- Phone 755-3111 MRS GRACE ADAMS HONORED AT SURPRISE SHOWER Mrs Grace Adams was guest of honor at a surprise personal shower at the home of Mrs Nels Block, Thursday evening, April 17. Seventeen guests were present. A corsage was presented to Mrs Adams by the hostesses. The color scheme carried out was pink and green. Hostesses were Mmes Woodrow Hansen, Vernon Else, Virgil Fiscus, Jack Murray and Mrs Block. Mrs Adams will be married to George Kelley of Westside, at the Harlan Methodist church, May 11. Herkenraths 60th anniversary Mrs John Herkenrath will hold open their 60th wedding an- April 27 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Community Hall. They invite relatives to help them observe the Mrs Herkenrath have lived in married life. He operated. store for many years and as postmaster. six children: Mrs Berneice Bernard of Modesta, Calif., Jose, Calif., Mrs Max Calif., Phil of Portsmouth of Harlan. lANDS FOR YORK APRIL 11 Hands for York sponsored a on their regular meeting date, Savings and Loan. Thirty women n realized $30.00, which York College, York, Neb. No meeting was held. e served at the close of the COUNCIL SERVICE FILM meeting of the Young Mothers e was held Monday evening, April Baptist church lounge. For Brenton read "Heaven Fifteen members answered the "Have you had a pap test in the Bloodmobile chairman, Mrs g and Unteers to help with the Blood- volunteers to help with a town to find new donors. chairman for the evening, Mrs then introduced Mrs Marie Mrs Herman Nielsen who the American Cancer Society. ants were served by Mrs Dale Mrs Jim Goeser. Next meeting 12 at the home of Mrs Gerald topic will be "Religion in the RDEN CLUB :)AY, APRIL 26 Flower Girls junior garden club ;be Federal Savings and Loan 26 at 1:30 p.m. Installation of held. They will also go to the 'bserve the tulip bed the club -ky  Studio MR AND MRS BRUCE GASKILL Clemons-Gaskill wedding April 5 +IRWIN -- Carole A. Clemens, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vincent A. Clemens, of Kirkman was married April 5, 1969 to Bruce R. Gasklll, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Murray of Irwin, at United Methodist Church in Irwin. Rev. Nancy Nichols officiated at the double ring ceremony. Cathy A. Blair of Ames was pianist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white long sleeved street-length lace dress. Her bouquet was pink roses with pink and white streamers centered with a removable corsage. Becky Kellogg of Cedar Falls was her maid of honor. She wore a street-length pale pink dress with matching head piece and carried a large white mum with pink and white streamers. Thomas L. Gaskill, brother of the:oom, was bestman. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church basement. Jeanna Clark of Des Moines cut and served the three tier wed- dang cake. Cathy Blair poured coffee and Mrs Donald Kutnik served punch. The couple is now living at 1011 29th St. in Des Moines where the bride is employed at Standard Plan, Inc. and the groom at Iowa Methodist Hospital. "AROUND THE WORLD GOURMET COOKERY" HELD APRIL 12 Semiformal was the rule, at the April meeting of the Harlan Gourmet Club, hosted by Mr and Mrs L. M. Hough. The gourmet meal was prepared by head chef Hough. Assisting him were Dr. Richard Tollefsbol and John Sawin. The menu consisted of Indonesian broiled chicken, Japanese Rumaki, Hungarian cocktail sticks, Russian deviled eggs with caviar, Greek onion soup, Chateaubriand with wine, Welsch potato balls, London creamed spinach, Sardi's of New York Coffee L'Espressina, and Grasshopper pie. The table decor carried out the "Around the World Theme". Attending were Messrs and Mmes Donald E. Christensen, John Sawin, Richard Tollefsbel and Dick Gilbert of West Des Moines. CA$oHw,FOR00,00LOGS HIGHEST I EURR OAK ..- MAPLE PRICES WALNU/_ ,^,n PAID! HACKBERRY E/$$NVV" Phone for our specifications. Primarily 8' and CALL longer, 12" and bigger inside bark small end. TODAY For increased income you cut  we pick up with our trucks -- for maximum income you. MR. MArrOX deliver to our yard. MIDWEST WALNUT COMPANY 322-6621 CeuBwJI Bluff=, lewa Looeland 8tUdin Larsen-Boeck Vows at Lutheran Church Barbara Ann Larsen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Lawerence V. Larsen of Harlan, became the bride of James A. Boeck of Maryville, Me., son of Mr and Mrs William O. Boeck of Portsmouth, April 5, 1969. Rev. Oscar Johnson officiated at the 3 p.m. double-ring ceremony at Immanuel Lutheran church in Harlan. Sherril Head was organist and William Nelson, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a floor-length sheath of Candlelight satin faille for her wedding gown. It was fashioned with traditional sleeves and a shaped neckline, banded in satin Venice lace with tiny free standing applique lace flowerlets. Lace edged the cuff and there was also a deep border of lace at the hemline. The detachable chapel length train was edged in lace. Her headpiece was a circle of satin with a band of lace, framing her face and holding the illusion veil. She carried an airy bouquet of stephanotis and salal leaves. Her jewelry was pearl earrings, a gift from the groom. Jan Hughes of Sioux City was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mary Schemer of Winona, Minn., Julie Boeck of Portsmouth, sister of the groom, and Mrs Charles Schnack of Ames. The attendants wore identical gowns of Avocado green organza with a deep ruffle outlining a scoop neckline and edging the elbow length sleeves. Flat bows and loops held their tiny matching veils. They carried cascade bouquets of white Eucharist lilies. Terry Boeck of Fremont, Neb. was his brother's bestman. Groomsmen were Stephen Boeck of Blair, Neb., brother of the groom, Dennis Jensen of Blair, Neb., a cousin of the groom and David Larsen of Iowa City, brother of the bride. Ushers were Robert Larsen, brother of the bride, Roger Jensen, Dennis Heflin and Dennis Hemminger of Des Moines. The wedding reception was held at the Harlan Golf and County Club with Mr and Mrs Reece Hughes arid Mr and Mrs Eugene Sorensen as reception hosts. Linda Larsen of Omaha was at the guest book. Centering the reception table was an arrangement of Easter Lilies in a silver pedestal bowl, flanked by silver candelabra. Mrs Terry Boeck presided at the coffee service, JoNell Steen of Elk Horn and LuAnn Renftle of Audubon dipped punch. Mrs Dennis Hefiin and Mrs Dennis Jensen were in charge of the gift table. The bride attended Augustana College at Rock Island, Ill. and graduated as a Medical Secretary from Commerical Extension in Omaha. The groom is attending Northwest Missouri College. The newlyweds are at home at 215 West 12 St., Maryville, Me. Mr and Mrs William Boeck entertained the wedding party at dinner at Mickels Party room following the wedding rehearsal. MRS JAMES SCHRECK ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CLUB Tuesday evening, Mrs James Shreck en- tertained her two table bridge club. Guests were Mmes Larry Wunder, Bernard Brenton and Verle Doonan. Lunch was served before play. Mrs Don Coenen won high score, Mrs Brenton second and Mrs Clay Sanders low. The May 2 meeting will be with Mrs Dennis Stamp. Marge Grof engagement announced +ELK HORN -- Mr and Mrs Harvey Grof of Elk Horn announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Marge, to Kent Ingerslev, son of Mr and Mrs Norman Ingerslev, Kimballton. Both are 1968 graduates of Elk Horn high school. Miss Grof is a student at Stewarts School of Hair Styling in Council Bluffs. Her fiance is a student at Universal Trade School in Omaha. The couple have planned an August wedding. Put On A Strappy Shoe... It's The First Sign Of Spring./ Straps, straps away, and get in the swing of Spring with the low down on heelsl You'll like the look with all your swingy skirts and moran' mini dremesl =9.99 00oNNIE" As seen in SEVENTEEN HARLAN CIVIC CLUB MET APRIL 15 The Harlan Civic club met Tuesday with Mrs Lewis Kullbom, hostess. The program was furnished by Mrs George Gramkow and presented by Mrs A. H. Savereide, entitled "A Phone Call from the Governor." Also a poem was read "Life of a Retiree". The next meeting will be at the Holiday Buffet with Mrs Gramkow as hostess, April 29. Logeland Studio MR AND MRS DENNIS ROGOSCH McLaughlin-Rogosch Vows at Shelby +SHELBY -- Caroline Dell, daughter of Mr and Mrs Willard McLaughlin of Shelby, and Dennis K. Rogosch, son of Mr and Mrs Karl Rogosch of Sioux City, were married April 5, 1969 at the United Methodist church in Shelby with Rev. Ralph Russell officiating at the 7:30 p.m. ceremony. Mrs Milton Barry of Irwin was organist and accompanied Milton Barry, soloist. Mrs Dan Haseltine, cousin of the bride, registered the guests. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length, Princess style gown of silk shantung featuring a high fitted neckline, long tapered sleeves and chapel train, all edged in lace. Her multi-layered chapel length veil of bridal illusion was attached to a headpiece of cymbidium orchids, stephanotis and heather. The bride designed and made her dress and veil. She carried a nosegay of orchids, heather and ivy. Mrs Lee McLaughlin of Defiance, sister-in- law of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Barbara Rogosch, sister of the groom and Marsha Graeber, both of Ames. Lynda Robinson of Council Bluffs and Linda Karrer of St. Paul, Minn., were candlelighters. Penny Karrer was flower girl. The attendants and candlelighters wore identical floor length gowns of lavender linen styled with high roll collar and short sleeves and matching velvet and tulle head-pieces. The attendants carried nosegays of stephanotis, heather and ivy. The candlelighters wore wrist corsages of heather and ivy. Bob Dannenburg of Sioux City was best man. Groomsmen were Lee McLaughlin of Defiance, brother of the bride, and Glen Goodenow of EdEn Valley, Minn. Serving as ushers were Tom Collins and Jim Frahm, both of Ames. As the couple knelt at the altar, the groom sang "The Wedding Blessing" to his bride. The wedding reception was held in the church Fellowship Hall with Mr and Mrs Fred Robinson of Council Bluffs, aunt and uncle of the bride, as reception hosts. Mrs Charles Karrer and Mrs Jake Linn cut and served the wedding cake, Mrs Jesse Pike dipped punch and Mrs Ralph McLaughlin presided at the coffee ser- vice. Mrs Don Gibson served ice cream. Waitresses were Mrs Rodney Blount of Prairie Mission, Kans., Jan Preuss of Shelby, Beth Swanson and Barb Harryman, both of Ames. Mrs Alvin Davis served the bride as personal attendant. Gift runners were Pat McLaughlin and Cindy Barry. In charge of the gift table were Diane Best of Ames, Dede Hill of Sioux City, Mrs Doug Robinson and Mrs Richard Goshorn, both of Shelby. , For their wedding trip to Aspen, Colo., the bride wore a wool suit of aqua trimmed with white braid. The newlyweds are both seniors at Iowa State University in Ames and are at home at 150B University Village, Ames, Ia. CAROL MARY HOFFMANN Set date Mr and Mrs Edward Hoffmann of Panama announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Mary to James L. Windier, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Windier of Omaha. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. PAGE 5 The Harlan (Iowa) News-Advertiser Men. Morning, April 21, 1969--Phone 755-3111 MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER HONORS SHERRIE ANDERSEN +ELK HORN -- Eighty-five friends and relatives attended a miscellaneous shower given for Sherrie Andersen at the Elk Horn Lutheran church parlors Tuesday evening, April 15. Guests registered in a cook book, which was later presented to Miss Andersen. Assisting Sherrie in opening and registering the gifts were her mother, Mrs Don Wiges, and her fiance's mother, Mrs Jordan Davis of Atlantic. All were presented yellow mum corsages. Preceding the opening of gifts, Mrs Lyle Petersen was emcee for the program, which consisted of singing "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and an ori:inal song "Sherrie" sung to the tune of "Daisy". A reading was given by Mrs Elaine Grave, "What Husbands Are". The bride-elect gave a description of her fiance and Mrs Davis gave a description of her son. Yellow and white, the bride's chosen colors, were carried out in the decorations. Refresh- ments were served from a table centered with a miniature bride and groom and flanked by yellow candles. Mrs Ruby Andersen presided at the coffee service and Mrs Karen Peters dipped punch. Gift runners were Gwen Greve, Joyce Andersen and Becky Lange. Hostesses were Mines Annabelle Lange, Ruby Andersen, Jackie Andersen, Alvin Lange, Karen Peters, Lucille Wiges, Alice Mortensen, Elva Lange, Ramona Andersen, Lyle Petersen, Frank Hemmingsen, Robert Poldberg, Inore Fredricksen, Elliott Greve, and Helen Roenfeldt. Sherri Andersen will become the bride of James Davis, April 26 in Atlantic. EPISCOPAL CHURCHWOMEN TO MEET THURSDAY, APRIL 24 There will be a regular meeting of the Episcopal Churchwomen Thursday evening, April 24. Hostesses will be Mrs V. M. Carpenter and Miss Veda Miller. The Episcopal women sponsored the Birthday party at the Memorial Home Monday, April 14. Mrs Keith More served as chairman. Eight of the residents were ob- serving April birthdays. For entertainment, Sheryl Dinesen, organist at the Episcoapl church, played several piano selections. helby County tate Bank COMMUNITY CALENDAR WEEK OF APRIL 21 thru APRIL 28 Our COMMUNITY CALENDAR will be published each Monday in the Her- lan News-Advertiser. It's purpose is to show at a glance the activities in the community of both profit and non. profit organizations, school functions and any other business activities worthy of publication. All ad copy subject to editing. All items are published FREE courtesy of the Shelby County State Bank. Call 755-3111 before Thursday noon to place your activity in the fol- lowing week's COMMUNITY CALEN- DAR. EVENTS THIS WEEK: Mon., April 21 -- Bloodmobile visits Harlan from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at ,the American Legion Hall. Please give blood . . . the need is great. Tues., April 22 -- Harlan boys golf team at Shenandoah for dual meet. Wed., April 23 -- Harlan girls golf team hosts Audubon at the Country Club in a dual meet. Wed., April 23 -- Methodist Church Rum- mage Sale. Doors open at 9 o'clock. Thurs., April 24  Harlan boys and girls golf teams travel to Atlantic for dual meets. Fri., April 25 -- The Hospital Auxiliary will sew puppets in the hospital dining room beginning at 8:30 a.m. Fri., April 25 -- Harlan varsity track team at Red Oak Relays. Fri., April 25 -- Harlan boys golf team at Sioux City Central for dual meet. Sat., April 26 -- The Harlan Junior.Sen. ior Prom at Veterans Auditorium, starting at 8:30 p.m. until mid-night. Men., Avril 28 -- Harlan girls golf team at Audubon for dual meet. Men., April 28 -- Harlan High School "all.sports" banquet at Veterans Auditorium honoring varsity sopho- more, junior and senior athletes in all sports. Bernie Saggau, executive see. retary of the IHSAA will be the guest speaker. i You get 5% guaranteed interest on Shelby County State Bank 90-clay automatically renewable Time Certifi- cates. Next time you're in the bank, get complete details. ii Catherines School of Nursing in Omaha. She is LARSON" mployed at BihP Bergan Mercx HpitJ in SIIELBY Omaha. Her fiance attended University of Nebraska at Omaha. He is a Men's Clothing Buyer for Brandeis in Omaha. COUNTY No wedding date has been set. on STM'E it is stamped right after your name on matching handbag, page one. If it says 4/69 that means your BANK $ A paper expires this month and will be stop O e ped on April 1, 1969, unless renewed Member FOIC promptly. COUPLES PINOCHLE MET WITH MR AND MRS PAUL GRULKE Mr and Mrs Paul Grulke were hosts to their pinochle club Wednesday evening. Spring flowers and colors were carried out in decorations. Clare Lyon won high for men and Mrs Leonard Andersen high for women. Low scores went to Leonard Andersen and Mrs Lyon. Leonard Dinesen won traveling. Lunch was served after play. Mr and Mrs Lyon will host the club April 30. SALEM HOMES AUXILIARY HOLDS QUARTERLY MEETING +ELK HORN --The Salem Home Auxiliary held its quarterly meeting April 14 at the Retirement Home in Elk Horn with Mrs Folmer Jensen presiding. There was some discussion concerning putting out flowers after the tulip beds are through blooming. Donations of time and money are welcome. The Auxiliary encourages residents of the Home to take up crafts and these items are on display and for sale in the recreation room at the retirement home. Proceeds are used to buy equipment and materials. The Auxiliary will meet again July 14. HARLAN TRIBUNE Your Bridal Headquarters Orv Rocker Ford's Used Cars and Trucks 1988 MERCURY MONTERY 4-Dr., Low mileage, Like new, At, Radio, P. str. & P. Hr. 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