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senlors" Area"++++ + school'+++ + + ++news i .vona" " jun,ors" " ++ ,o h+e . --e, ++ ,+d +d ++ ++ At this time, band and chorus t awards will be announced. The John PhiUip Sousa award goes to of school lpr 25 !! ii hold prom April 26 the outstandingseaiorin band . The Harhln (Iowa) PAGE3 Mort. M;Ir+omeg,7.|," . 1969-- and this year also awards will be i:: News.Advertiser .::: given to an outstanding fresh- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: man, sophomore, and junior. BY PATTY CAMPBELL hooks by Junior Marcia Rock. Y-TEEN TEA Shelby school music dept w..= 00ora,e00 *n 00om'+ GOETTSCH Voggesser as the narrator, Dave " The group left Thursday AVOHA -- AHS had its 1969 basic yellow and green, the The Y-Teens had their Tea Koll as John and Cindy Goettsch * morning and returned home on Junior-Senior Prom Saturday memory books contained Sr. and and Fashion Show April 28 at 2 -- Friday mor- as Marcia, a soap opera entitled ' holds annual s-r'iJi g Saturday afternoon. While away night, April 26. The theme was Jr. class officers, faculty, apoem pan. Mothers of the Y-Teens 25, at 3 a.m., the the World Churns," was "Gone With The Wind." to the seniors, and pages for were invited for salad and punch of Walnut high presented. " II coce their residence was at Brown Hotel. For the first time, the juniors autographs. The sophomores and after eating, the style show Skip Day to Kansas At the convention district got permission for a banquet for presented their skit after the was presented. CONCERT PRESENTED FFA contest winners performed students and administration grand march. The dance lasted Y-Teen members modeled on thejourney BY BECKY BUCK Ferguson. and the boys listened to various before the prom. A Southern till 11:30 with music by the outfits homemade and houghton. stop in St. Joe, Mo. A pre-contest concert was speakers and traveled on several menu of food was served. The "Sundae Funnies". At 1 a.m. a After the style show installation at Howard John- presented Wednesday evening. SHELBY -- The vocal and COMING EVENTS tours. State contests wereheldon banquet lasted from six to seven show was given at the Harlan of next year's officers was held. breakfast they left The vocal and instrumental instrumental departments Thursday. in the Lutheran church drive-in. The show was "Wait City, which was groups presented their numbers presented the annual spring May 5 -- Tri County Con- During business meetings basement. From seven until the Until Dark". After the show, a away. for State Large Group Contest at concert at the school, April 30. ference Track meet at Tri- girls joining FFA, electing new grand march, everyone went to few people held breakfasts for the Kansas City, Malvern. Among the selections per- Center, boys. officers, dues, and constructing a the school for pictures and to get juniors and seniors. AREA COLLEGE NEWS - took them to KINDERGARTEN formed were the contest pieces May 6--Conference Jr. High national leadership center in out of town dates. Highlights of MAY VARIETY SHOW Gamble where they which were presented at the track meet at Tri-Center, boys. Washington D. C., were among the gym decoration were the plant. The next stop ROUND-UP Large Groups' Music Contest in May 7 -- Sophomores order the things discussed, mansion on the stage, a garden AvoHa music and drama ON DEAN'S LIST r at the Gold Buffet in Malvern, Saturday, May 2. class rings. Friday evening, Kenneth setting in the center, a carriage, departments are planning a CLARINDA -- Several During this time the Kindergarten Round-up was The band started the evening May 10 -- Boys District McFarland of Topeka, Kans., and a punch stand with a Variety Show for May g and 10. students from the greater Shelby enough time to go held Friday, Apri125 at1:30 in the with two selections entitled Track Meet at Shenandoah. was the gue,Ss speaker. His decorated roof. school lunchroom. Mrs Frances "Egmont" and "Western May 12 -- Art Show. speech was the Twig is Flowers, streamers, small The Show will be held in the gym county area were recently named they arrived at Beebe, county nurse, spoketothe Heritage". Also, John Orwig, Bent". The FFA State chorus fencing, and wall decorations at8p.m. Admission is S0 cents for to the mid-term Dean's List at plant. The G.M. parents concerning the health band instructor, presented the performed that evening in which finished the decorations off. The students and $1.00 for adults. Iowa Western Community them the needs and problems of a child, music certificates and awards Tim Muller received a position, senior pictures were displayed in Show spots will range from skits College here. the Each parent was asked to which were earned at the small Irwin students as did the State FFA Band where the entry way to the gym. Asthe to singing to imitations. Named were: Carol Hutzell, made from the very bring their child's birth cer- groups' contest earlier in the SteveHodne played lst chair3rd Seniors came down from the FIRST MUSIC BANQUET Neola, 3.6 gpa; Steve Olson, They left General tificate for registration, year. part. The performance of the grand march, they were Irwin, 3.53 gpa; and Steven 2:30 and headed for Refreshments were served The junior high mixed chorus pr l[-'-"-& s_r|n _P | g band and chorus was broadcast ,resented with their memory For the first time at AHS the Nowatzke, Panama, 3.20 gpa. They were to leave after the program, presented several numbers, one over radio WHO of Des Moines on I I, II ,, I I :15, but the bus was a of which was the popular show April 19. . They then went CALENDAR tune "Hey, Look Me Over." and the students could Next, the boys' glee sang two music concert o,, HOUSE HELD wanted until 11 pan. May 3 -- Large group con- numbers, "I Believe" and "This Greyhound left for test; 8 -- Senior girls tea; 9 -- Tram". These werethe selections P.T.A. Open house was held arrived home at 3 Girls and Boys district track for contest. By Nancy Shannon in the high school on April 21 meet; 10--Jr. Sr. Prom; 13- The girls' glee selected a following a short business Home Ec Style Show; 16 -- Jr. madrigal-type of number entitled IRWIN -- The Spring Concert meeting. DEMONSTRATIDN Highparty; 18-- Baccalaureate; "Fire, Fire"anda contemporary Mary Mickelson, Linda 19 -- Commencement; 28 -- Last piece of music literature, "I was presented by the vocal and Walnut high day of school; 29 -- Teachers Bought Me a Cat" by Alan instrumental music depart- Olson,AndersonLUannethenKrUseshowedand Jonnathe given a demon- workshop. Copland. ments, April 23 in the high school parents throughout the various Four songsweredonebythe gymnasium. Irene & Warren Ladd gram started in the high school mixed chorus. These To begin the program the rooms where each teacher ex- plained the work in their classes representative from ro undue "-r'--- "" were "carousel", "HaTh concert band played "VauerO"and "Toccato". Next, the 5th and achievements made mu talked on safe Nageela", "Since By Man Came grade band performed "Marine throughout the year. a 25 minute talk, Death", which is from Handel's Hymn" and "Twinkle, Twinkle". ON THE OPENING OF YOUR went outside, where Messiah, and a song from the "Truimphal March" and GERMAN CLUB MEETS and stopping BY LUCILLE JURSCHAK Frostiana selection called Ho" given. Suzie  "Choose Something Like a Star." "Westward were played by + the 6th grade band. German Club Meeting was Gary Voggesser These last two numbers were held in the Business Ed. Room Selections sung by the Mixed "NEW" LAUNDRAMAT IN on their reaction, Bernard Herkenraths of done for Saturday's contest, also. Chorus were "Edelweiss," Tuesday, April 22. German Club Stopping distance at Modesta, Calif. and Mrs Charles Harold Chader, choral "Matchmaker", "Almost Like pins were received and the club m KIMBALLTON Spears of San MateD, Calif. left director, also presented the Being in Love", "Create In Me a decided to purchase officer pins commercial Thursday from Eppley airport in music awards at the concert. testedat 30mphand Omaha for Denver, Colo. to at- Clean Heart O God" and and a party was planned for the , ,, , ,, from Atlantic was tend a three day convention of the SENIORS ATTEND LAW DAY "Madam Jeanette". end of the school year. A & P APPLIANCE IS PROUD TO HAVE IN- National Life Insurance Co., "The Water Is Wide" and "To STALLED THE "WHIRL I:)Cil." WASHERS, where Bernard is employed, The senior class attended Spring" were the selections COMING EVENTS DRYERS AND FIXTURES. before returning to their homes in Law Day at Harlan from 9:15 performed by the girls' glee. May 5 - Boys Thunderhawk I I California on Sunday. They had a.m. to 2:30 p.m. They were Mr Kern and Mr Busekrus Relays at East Monona, Squaw bly by spent thelastl0daysvisiting aecompaniedbyEarnestFuhs, presented theinstrumentaland Relays(Girls) atMo. Valley, at A & P APPLIANCE was given relatives here and attending the vocal music awards for this year. Mary Ann Klein received the 3:30 p.m. program was on 60th wedding anniversary of their GRADES TAKE TOURS May 6 FFA daddy-date Story of parents, J. J. Herkenraths. Outstanding Vocal Music Senior mght. Award and Barry Andersen was May 7 Josten Ring Marriage bans of LaVonne Thursday, the fourth grades presented the award for the Representative visits told the history Lefeber, daughter of Mrs Emma went to Red Oak to visit the HARLAN PHONE 758-3490 and the future Lefeber, and Paul Jensen were planitarium and calendar factory Outstanding Instrumental Music at 9:30 a.m. i I I+ announced in St. Mary's church, there, .... Senior. Special recognition was given to Mary Mickelson for May 8- Girls District lYack type filming Gene Thielens and baby of AlsO Thursday, the sixth +being - an outstanding ac- at: Valley, 2:30p.m. Using Gary Omaha were Saturday guests at grade ,uRh their teacher,DodgeMrS May9-DistrietTrack(Girls) Services the parental Ray Thielen Sr. Ackerman, visited the companist. BUSINESS_+ PROFESSI home. House in Council Bluffs and the Performing "The Impossible May 10 - District track Ray Thielens Sr., Mary Union Pacific Museum in Dream" and "I, Don Zuixote" (Boys) i i=:: I I IIII I Thielen, Ray Dotzlers, Jack Omaha. Rex Davis drove the bus were the Swing Band. =:: ............... Wendts, Shirley Thielen, Bob and Mrs Sick accompanied them. To conclude the program the FFA PARENT-SON ELECTRIC MOTOR Schafer and Joe Goesers were Mrs Flemming's second concert band played several BANQUET HELD SERVICE Sunday guestsof Ray Thielens Jr grade toured the Fullerton more selections, included were Minor to complete rewind "Tschaikowsky Adante", The annual FFA Parent-Son in Omaha. The occasion was in Lumberyard and other various CESSPOOL - SEPTIC TANK PUMPING PETERSEN BATTERY honor of the baptism of the businesses around Shelby. "Overture for Winds" and "His Banquet was held at Mickels Restaurant in Harlan April 30 for You must be satisfied with the work we do and ELECTRIC Thielen's adopted son, Shin Honor March". Steven. N.H.S. MEETS Coffee and cookies were FFA boys and their parents, and the price we charge 1114 Sixth St. - 755-5402 Mr and Mrs Bernard Hopkins served in the lunchroom Robert J. Ford of the Phone Earling 747-3632 or 747-2661 collect    ,m + Agricultural Division of the Dept. Buying or selling of Council Bluffs visitedTuesday The National Honor Society following the concert, of State spoke to the group. RICHARD KOESTERS with their uncle and aunt, J.J. met last Wednesday during Chapter Sweetheart, Cindy Formerly operated by Fred Stinn REAL ESTATE -- See Herkenraths. school to plan the initiation of ATTEND FFA CONVENTION Adams, read the annual selection + Ray Van Slyke was admitted new members which will be May Attending State FFA Con- "What is a Farmer?" ROMAN ROSMAN, to MTTtue hospital Tuesday after 16. DON KLOEWER -- CESSPOOL PUMPING suffering a heart attack. Mrs Van Also that day the selection of vention at the Veterans Phone 747-2922 UC ill does Slyke and Ralph Krugers visited cheerleaders for next year ahd of Auditorium in Des Moines $15 1st load; additional loads $5.00 EARLING, IOWA ,,. HAVE A FAVORITE PICTURE Tank capacity 1,500 gals.-- Prompt Service  , m,   H i . tlL0Spl'a= him Tuesday evening, the new Student Council Thursday-Saturday, April 17-19 you want publ+shed -- bring +t in. Carl Anastasi of Harlan president who will succeed DiAnn were Tim Muller, Steve Hodne, wrte or s+op at our office with your visited Tuesday with his son and Allan Olson, Ie Ferry, and Mr suqqestions Harlan Newspapers+ Phone 748-3961 -- Defiance, Iowa PAUL A PAULEY Pa'0ryT family, Ray Anastasis. Professions cow. + Jerry Skallas and Joe Skalla Estate -- Farm Loans left Thursday for Sherwood, Was. I  CITY OFFICERS AUCTIONEERING tb visit relatives and to attend the Mayor ...... Dr. K. L. Mueller 755-2157 or 744-2266 60th wedding anniversary on  i iiii City Clerk ...... Cliff H&skell Sunday of Joe Skalla's sister and Council -- Leroy Christensen, III II I I I II not enough. Most husband, Mr and Mrs Joe DR. K. L. MUELLER Wm, Tinmley, Gerald Clark, Jim Noble, John Vlnder- SHELBY COUNTY tal )Diaries don't. Schumaeher. The Schumachers heiden, and Dr. Earl Bolting- of Omaha are former area residents. CHIROPRACTOR hou.e ABSTRACT CO. Health Officer .... Dr. Spearing a new hospital plan 1206 7th Street Fire Chief ...... Cliff Wignoee Police Chief .... Al Gsnglsr Abstracts- Insurance y Century [ 11 "" " that does provide " Dial 755-5406 HARLAN UTILITIES Dial 755-2174 NEFIT Maternity With our Servicemen Board of Trustee= -- Dean - III l Ill, I I Ill Frederickeon, Spence Vender. CHRISTENSEN liiden, Phil Phelps. SCHWINN BICYCLES to $725.00 ++++++:+:: Manager ...... Donald Bragg Benefits uor hospi- Veterinary Clinic Sales. Service. Repairs bills. RONFELDT IN N.G. 306 TTH STREET CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Hlrlan -- 755-5602 WE TRADE arkable plan also ALEXANDRIA, La.- U.S. President ............ Bob ROSS $350.00 a week Air Force SerEeant Ronnie R. Dr. E. T. Christensen Man=her .......... A Stowsrt BACON HARDWARE member of the Ronfeldt, son of Mrs Shirley COUNTY OFFICERS )italized, up to Roeeker of 5240 Edwards St., m Senator ........ Jamee Schaben I I for In-hospital Alexandria, La., is participating incllllnlmwO State Rep'tive Alfred Nielesn JIM'S TV SERVICE IIliNliI Auditor ............ Pete Croft than Room and in the U.S. Strike Command fire Med, Examiner, Dr. Carl Bisgard Black and White up to $5.000.00 power demonstration at Ft. i i Treasurer .. Ralph Henderson - Clerk of courts Leonard arim,n,y MOTOROLA TV - Color r Calls and Home Bragg, N.C. Insurance Dept. Recorder .... Donna Winliame Sales and Service Sergeant Ronfeldt, an air- Sheriff ...... Orrell Gearhart craft mechanic at England AFB, Shelby Co. Abstract Attorney ........ David Moore JIM BOHART details call or write-- La., is on temporary duty at the Assessor .. Hans Chrietiansen ])IONNEER So=Pal of supev,sor. Fred t.. Phone 755-5461 Bruce W. Ouren Rasmussen, Peder Andersen pilr  sprawling U.S. Army installation PLANT Bud Ouren or. (sucre) Hem--. ' ' until the demonstration ends May Engineer ........ Stan Clay Ii 2. ,2' 755-2174 County Conservation Bosrd Nicknamed Brass Strike W, Frank Messerschmidt, Norman THIS SPACE RIDS +'0 +'" """ the demonstration includes static NEW HYB .o++..w+ displays of the latest tactical G E N E R AT I O N HARLAN PUBLIC LIBRARY FOR RENT aircraft and special warfare equipment; joint airborne VAN DUYN I _ i Houre Daily, 12:30 to 5 p.m. Also Friday night 7 to 9. Closed operations with personnel and Of course, you want TOP YIELDS Call: I  I, , i heavy equipment drops; the and PROFITS from your corn acreage. 755-5042  co saCrAL WELFARE BRD. latest airborne delivery and Pioneer New Generation Hybrids "teamed. Buck Holloway, Mr, Max Ill=IlJ;llNell!Ua State Farm Mutual Plumb. Clede Reynolds. recovery techniques and live up" with today's modem corn cultural = ordnance delivered on target by CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION I IIIII I II I I tactical aircraft and Army units, practices will do it. A good selection of D)E ASSURED County Superintendent Forrest INSURANCE B. Adams The sergeant is a 1965 adapted varieties is available right now. rou=r; === u,or, uro graduate of Irwin High School. We'll gladly help you select the ones + I E INSURED a Tro.., s+,,e uoo. REAL ESTATE & His wife, Sandy, is the daughter Amb Mlllne4mllll,mmmert Amnt that will do best for you. sse.. INVESTMENTS Harlan, Jl, Of Mr and Mrs ELmer Jensen of A.V. PARKER 7..200600 mSURA00CZ A00Z00CY WE00ARZ A00E00CIES + A. A. THRAEN & Ascilt , Red Cross -- Mra Linu /ltrtman, Nebr. Henry Larson -- ltarlan C-erald Reinig --Portsmouth mat. 7.S Home ervice & Military ber- "t,ts, Nt+u Fred Hanson -- Harlan G & R Grain -- Portsmouth Ill vice Aid. -- I II I Life, Hospital, Group Sllvotion Army -- G. K. Swift A, H. Siverelde, Dr. C,V. Bill- MILLER'S NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION Bud KarsteDs -- Walnut Fred Hoffman -- Earling Insurance and Annuity =rd. Oivor Saon. RATES , Stern Feed and Produce -- Elk Horn Nick & Clarence Kenkel -- Defiance Plans. INSURANCE AGENCY Both papers, one year $8.00 in PIONEER Madsen Surge -- KimbalRon la, Wycoff -- Botaa Metropolitan Life MYRTUP+ MP.M. HOSPIT,M SAY.OR ,O1".I. II=.O. Shelby and adjoining counties; 2 Adminiltrltor, Cletull TuPnblh * C.P. Christersen Kirkman Insurance Co. Dial 255-58 -- Board of Directors George O Uniled at Omaka years for $15.00 -- you save a ...o DON PAUL, Box 7, Hurley, Jerry Lareon, Bob INSURANCE F'OR HOMES ....,...,,, dollar. Outside above area $9.00 SEED CORN @hllltllred Trldomlrkl llf Pionllor Hl.|red Corn Ce, Atlantic, h. 50022 Leinsn,SUllivan'MtrionAIVin Boose,$hnack'jilmetJe CARS BUSlNE$&, BONDING FARMS J I I I I III I IIIBIIIBI II I ..... II I II I Wicketcham. III I I I III II ASSEMBLY HELD