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News NANCY SHANNON morning, the John helped with the and sausage at St. Michael's school Conrads of Perry supper guests of Klein family visitors of Mr and Miekels of Port- Irs Ed Meiners of Merle Greers Brower family Plumbs in I-Iarlan evening. GUESTS evening Forrest and Dale helped Gary Allen birthday at his the Virgil family and Mrs and Shelli at- .groups contest in m which Debbie )ated. and Donald of Omaha, were guests of Dale dinner guests of were the family in honor and Jimmy of Fensters and and Wayne of Irwin were visitors of Mr Fiscus. visited riday evening. BIRTHDAY Baughman and of of Atlantic in daughter, Dana's Irene Swanson Coxes, Jon Mrs Michael Kevin, Norman Moines and SOns of Ames were guests of Marvin Irs Ken Richards club at the Lavon n home Saturday Petersen and were guests of Russel Shannon the Irwin School Spring evening in and Jack par- sited Mrs of Kimballton at Saturday Mrs Forrest Adams SUnday afternoon and Mrs Harry those attending With Mrs Dale Mines Gaylord Rasmussen, Shannon and a miscellaneous evening in Davis, who bride of Dennis on May 31. He Shannon. Gene Wiigs and Terry Wiig Shrine Circus in s held at the home Jr. Tuesday Mullin of St. church in Ann. Those at- Kleins, Swensons Ken Richards, Terry Blum and daughters. and Fred Croft guests of Jack Wailes of evening Ellsworth ing, Elmer Andersens and Randy Richards FUN FAIR e Kirkman Cub Boy Scout Sunday, a blue the families Gaylord Nieisens and of Herman, Finks Sunday visitors of were Mr and and Terry. Mr and Mrs a going- Ron Doonans Mrs visited of Avoca. Shannon inDes family of Irwin visited Mr and Mrs Ken Richards Sunday afternoon. Leonard Klein visRed his father, Joe Klein at the Little Flower Haven in Earling Saturday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Wayne Fiscus were Mr and Mrs Terry Fiscus. 10th BIRTHDAY Five girls were guests of Shelli Petersen Monday af- ternoon at the Gayle Petersen home in honor of her 10th bir- thday. Sunday, Elmer Andersens traveled to Council Bluffs to attend the Leo Thompson sale. Mr and Mrs Wayne Fiscus and Kelly visited at the Melvin Fiscus home in honor of their guests, Edwin Humphries of Nebraska. TRACK MEET Mrs Ellsworth Shannon attended the Jr. High boys conference track meet in Logan Monday. Her son, Jack was a participant. Life Storv of-- ARTHUR H. BUCKMAN, 69 Arthur Herman Buckman, the son of Eola and Harry W. Buckman, was born on a farm in Douglas township, Shelby county, Ia. on July 10, 1899. He died at his home in Harlan on April 29, 196.9 having attained the age of 69 years, 9 months and 19 days. He grew to manhood in this vicinity and on Oct. 1, 1918, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served during World War I. After his discharge, h'e returned to Shelby county and on March 16, 1921 he married Zona McKeig at Omaha, Neb. They farmed south of Harlan until 1932 when they moved to a farm west of Kirk- man. They made this their home until February of this year. When they moved into Harlan. Mr Buckman was a member of the First United Methodist church in Harlan. He was preceded in death by his father in April of 1953 and his mother on Jan. 15, 1969. Survivors include his wife, Zona; two sisters -- Mrs Donald (Alta) Stewart of Omaha and Mrs Eugene (Norma) Wilcox of Harlan; nieces and nephews; other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Thursday, May 1, 1969 at the First United Methodist church of Harlan with Dr. Allan K. Williams officiating. Burial was in the Harlan Cemetery. Honorary bearers were F. J. Lewis, Roy Hansen, Dick Powell, L. S. Morgan, Lester Meyers, Edwin Reischl and Iliff Petersen. Patl were Deane Blakely, Robert Lansman, A. H. Savereide, Paul Nielsen, Harry Ahrenholtz and Norman Son- dergard. Rev. Bentz leaving Irwin IRWIN -- Pastor Donald Bentz, who has served St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Irwin, for the past three years has accepted a Call to First Lutheran church, Kimball, Neb. He will be moving May 15. His last Sunday is May llth. BUSINESS SUPPLIES-- INDEX FILES, ledgers, order and receipt books. Complete stock, carbon rib bons for typewriters, adding machines. Save on our low prices! Hartan Tribune - News-Advertiser. Events at Irwin BY HELEN VAN ASSELT Ella Weise who makes her home with Mr and Mrs Carl Weise was rushed by ambulance to Myrtue hospital Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs Merle Moore entertained the A.E.D. Bridge Club Monday night at the Party room in the Irwin care. Three tables were in play and Mrs Bill VerSteeg received high, Mrs Jr. Oliver 2nd high and Mrs Keith Jensen low. Monday evening guests in the Frank Birks home in honor of Randy's birthday were Jack Buthmans and Jay of Denver, Colo., Roger Ahrenholtzs and Todd, the Allen Birks family and Darwin Haskins family of Manning. John Villegas underwent surgery at Myrtue hospital Friday. He plans to resume his teaching duties next week at school. Mr and Mrs John Villegas and Shelli enjoyed a barbecue at the Roger Ginapps Sunday evening. Lars Ostebee moved to Harlan Monday. Dan Holloways have purchased and will move into the Ostebee home soon. Rocky Barnettes of Harlan were Sunday dinner guests of Clifford Campbells. CONFIRMATION Sunday dinner guests of Kennard Christensens near Harlan in honor of their son's Kim's Confirmation were Chris Sorsensons, Lars Ostebee, Marlene Ostebee, Tom Nelsons, Russell Nelsons, Neal Nelson, Mrs Viola Ostebeej Marlene and Eileen of Audubon, A1 Christensens of Corley, Pat Chipman of Harlan, Steve Christensen of Ames, and Karen Heller of Portsmouth. Jonna Anderson spent Sunday with Linda Olson in honor of her confirmation. Mrs Della Ferry spent Saturday in Harlan with Mrs August Frank. Virgil Ferrys of Storm Lake spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Della Ferry and later visited Keith Andersons. Dick Sorsensen, Myron Kington, Larry Kington and Gene Blair spent from Friday night through Sunday at Pierre, S. Dak., on a [ishmg trap. Mrs Dick Sorsensen and children spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Nels Anderson home in Brayton. Jeff and Jan remained for a few days visit with their grandparents. Earl Ellingstons of Min- neapolis, Minn., were Friday overnight guests, of Mrs Cora Benson. Additional d'er guests Satm'dayWere MrandMrs  JululS r Wareburg. , Mrs Cora Benson, Mrs Eleanor Benson and Earl Ellingstons were Sunday dinner guests of Kenneth Conrads in Harlan in honor of their daughter Sandra's confirmation. Monday evening, Dale Mullers visited her brother and wife Glade Custers of Denver Colo., who are visiting her father Glen Custer in Harlan. Glade is recuperating from recent back surgery. Ray Ferrys were Sunday dinner guests of Donald Ferrys. RECOGNITION DINNER Dale Mullets received an invitation from Iowa State University to attend a Recognition Dinner in honor of their daughter Shari who has high scholastic grades. From an enrollment of over 14,000 students, approximately 275 students will be honored at this time. The dinner will be May 6 at the Memorial Union in Ames. Dr and Mrs H. W. Schietz of Waukegan, Ill., the Richard Ferry family were Monday evening dinner guests in the Ray Ferry home. ATTEND WEDDING Dennis "Wildners of Omaha, Mrs Vic Ferry, Mrs George Weber and daughters and Mrs DOn Andersen and daughters attended the wedding of their nephew and cousin, Doug Baker, son of Jake Bakers of Harlan to Mary Reinig at Portsmouth Saturday. Sunday evening guests of Ray Gans for a hamburger fry were Vic Wunders and daughter of Avoca, Austin Gress of Han- cock and Luanne Armentrout. Bob Larsons and Lynn visited Sunday night in the Or- ville Larimore home in Harlan. Bobby Larson spent the weekend with Bobby D. Andersen near Harlan. The Ray Mork family and Dale, Paul, and John Von Tersh of Denison were Saturday supper guests of Kenneth Knudsons. The Von Tersh children were over- night guests of Ray Morks and the Mork children were overnight guests of their aunt. Norman Scott and Kenneth Knudson went to Rothisay, Minn., over the weekend. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs Hans Petersen to help her celebrate her 95th birthday were Andy Petersens, Mrs Myrtle Miller, Miss Ellen Erickeson, the Richard Ferry family and Bennie Hansens, all of Harlan, Hans Steens and George Jensens of Kimballton, Levi Hansen of Manning, and Ray Ferrys. Sunday afternoon guests for the same occasion were Dr and Mrs H. W. Schutz of Waukegan, Ill., who came especially for her mothers birthday, Ray Ferrys, Peter Steenhusens Jr and family, the Don Ferry family, Vern Petersens and Janie, Mrs Minnie Wagner of Manning, Vic Petersens of Exira, Wilmer Petersens, the Rand Petersen family and Miss Ellen Erickeson all of Harlan. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Pedersen of Irwin were visitors at the Chris Jorgensen home Saturday evening, going especially to visit the Jorgensen's daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Milton Dobottorff of East Moline, Ill. Saturday guests of Mrs H. S. Petersen were Messrs and Mmes Bennie Hanson, Andy Petersen, Hans Steen, George Jensen, Ray Ferry, Richard Ferry and children Mrs Myrtle Miller and Ellen Erickson. Sunday guests were Messrs and Mmes W. E. Petersen, Rand Petersen and sons, Ray Ferry, V. A. Petersen and family, Peter Steenhusen Jr. and family, Don Ferry and family, Vern Petersen and Mrs Wagener and Jayne, and Dr and Mrs H. W. Scheetz of Waukegan, Ill. Life Story of-- METTLE MCCAIN, 75 ST. CLOUD, Minn. -- Mrs Mettle McCain formerly Mettle Peterson of Kingston Township, Meeker County, Minn., died at the St. Cloud hospital, Wed- nesday, April 30, at the age of 75 years. She was born at Harlan. May 6, 1893. She married Walton McCain at Harlan Jan. 8, 1921. They resided there until 1938 when they moved to Northern PAGE 3 The Harlan (Iowa) News.Advertiser Mort. Morning, May 5, 1969- Phone 755-3111 Minnesota and in 1953 they moved to Kingston Township. McCain died in 1963. Surviving are three sons; Walton Jr of Minneapolis, Calvin and Daniel of Kingston, one daughter Mrs Harold Wylie, (Marie) of Kimball, ten grand- children and one greatgrand- child. Also a sister-in-law, Mrs Harlan Peterson of Harlan. Services were held at Lake Union Church, Saturday, May 3, with burial in Lake Union Cemetery. WASHINGTON WILLING WORKERS The Washington Willing Workers met April 14 at St. Mary's Hall. Mrs Eldred Keane, Mrs Ken Muell and Mrs Eddie Hoffman showed the girls how to cut out a pattern. Talks were by Debbie Keane, Meg Schwery, Debbie Kloewer, Debbie Blum and Eileen Feldman and Beverly Assmann. Demonstrations were by Sharon Kloewer and Melinda Pauley, Debbie Reisz, Pat Assmann and Ann Hoffman. Next meeting will be May 11 at St. Mary's Hall. Reporter -- Meg Schwery. DOUGLAS WISE OWLS The Douglas Wise Owls met with Jane Ahrenholtz April 16. Clark Ahrenholtz gave a talk on "Safe Storage of Weed and Insect Chemicals." The 4-H project record sheets were handed out to each member. Next meeting will be at Terry Wigg's, May 21. Reporter -- Tim Christensen. LINCOLN BLUEBIRDS The Lincoln Bluebirds met April 23 at Connie and Lois Arentson's home. We discussed Rural Life Sunday and our Mother-Daughter Tea which is set for May i7. Jane Buman recited the Country Girls Creed. Talks were given by Susan Linden, Janie Buman and Julie Boeck. Mrs Morgan, leader, gave a talk. Recreation and lunch followed. Reporter -- Julie Lytle. I Community Events Calendar pree Adve.tslng S1t Thk spaR.s 4mr- chased by ,the': Harl Stqmr Valu for advertising civic, social and non-profit activi- ties. If you have an event you would like to have ad- vertised in this space mere- ly call the Harlan News- papers, phone 755-3111. Mon., May S -- Band Parents meeting, high school lunchroom, 7:30 P.M. Sat., May 10 -- Bowling Banquet and Dance, Vets Auditorium. 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