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ed Danish artist designer plates h Windmill, May 8 The Danish word at the ,4 p.m. is of Vester- has be- and re- World for his designs for the Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, Olympic plates and the Hans Christian Andersen plates. His current works include the new series International Motherhood plates, called "Father's Homecoming," and the American Mother's Day plate "Western Trails" for 1988 and "Indian Love Call" for 1989. Parish picnic dates Shelby county's annual Catholic parish picnic dates are as follows: June 11, Defiance July 3-4, Westphalia July 15-16, Earling July 29-30, Portsmouth Aug. 12-13, Panama STUDENT GIFT IDEAS, ATTACHE case, a dictionary, an SCM type- writer, a study lamp, and monthly other gift ideas for the student go- ing away to college, Harlan Tribune Office Su I . % month C.D. $5,000 rainimum deposit Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. -.J_lL.,, ;avlngs Loans And More tl2 Dur , t ant / Hadan / 755-2188 SALE Autograph party for Norene Pavlik at Mustard Seed Norene Pavlik, who has written a book about her family's struggles with a handicapped and retarded daughter, will autograph her book during an open house at the Mustard Seed Thursday, May 11 from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. The inspirational book was fully reviewed in this news- paper over a month ago. Mrs Pavlik is the daughter of Mrs Will (Sidonia) Buman of Harlan. Mrs Pavlik makes her home in Verdigre, NE where her husband is a medical doc- tor. MOTHER;S DAY GIFT IDEA - A subscription to the Harlan Newspa- pers, 104 issues for $25.00 for one year. Weekly Health Tip JACKSON R.P.h. FOOT HEALTH Your two feet have a total of 52 bones plus 66 joints, 62 muscles, and more than 200 ligaments. With each step, 3 times your body weight is pressured on the ball of each foot. A pair of feet carries the average person 115,000 miles dur- ing a lifetime-more than 4 times around the world. Then realize how important are the proper shoes, cor- rect fit, and professional foot care to the health of your feet, legs & back. 2308 12th St., Harlan 755-3823 nday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sat., May6 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sec A- Pg. 3A " arian IA News Advertiser I Fd. morn., May5, 1989 ) Phone 755-3111 ,J Celebrating first business anniversary A year ago, Home Health Medical, Inc. brought to Har- lan a new service for this area - the supplying of all types of home health products and services. The firm is celebrat- ing its first anniversary with an open house, today, Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at 2104 Garfield in the Dr. Jor- gensen building. Pictured is the staff: (l-r) Julie Schmitz, Reimbursement Money Still Available The Child Care Food Program, sponsored by West Central Development Corporation is still reimbursing registered Day Care Homes for the meals they serve. If you are a registered babysitter, and you help young chil- dren grow healthy and strong by serving meals which supply the nutrients they need, you can qualify for this added income. The children in your care can have the opportunity to learn to eat and enjoy a variety of nutritious foods. If you are babysitting and would like to qualify for this added income, but you are not registered, we will assist you with registration. The facts are free. You do not have to be licensed. See how you can qualify for $100.00-$200.00 or possibly even more in cash each month. This is an equal opportunity program. If you believe you have been discriminated against because of race, color, national origin, age, sex, or handicap, write immediately to the Secre- tary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. To Apply: contact West Central Development Corporation, (712) 755-7448. Ask for Darlene McMartin, the Child Care Nutrition Worker. MOTHER;S DAY GIFT I[3EA - A subscription to the Harlan Newspa- pers, 104 issues for $25.00 for one CRTT, LPN; Clarence Coenen, manager; Delphine year. Fromm, customer relations and Karen Brinker, LPN, cus- r" o,1,,.        -- tomer relations, i Dance to the music of: "----"  'Conservation Day,' May 9,' J Greg Spevak Orchestra turns nature into classroom I Sunday, May 7 Dancing from 6 to 10 Conservation Day, Shelby '] MJe edfNM County s outdoor classroom, STUDENT GIFT IDEAS, ATTACHE case, a dictionary, an SCM type- is set for Tuesday, May 9, at writer, a study lamp, and monthly Prairie Rose Lake State Park. other gift ideas for the student go- t A rain date is scheduled for ing away to college, Harlan Tribune Office Supply. May 10. The event will include all MOTHER;S DAY GIFT IDEA - A subscription to the Harlan Newspa- sixth-grade students in the pers, 104 issues for $25.00 for one county. Starting time is 9:15 year. a.m. Students will participate in learning about forestry, soils, wildlife and other conserva- tion-related topics. Coopera- HARLAN five extension service, the Iowa Department of Natural Tae mnt-mmqm752310 Resources, Myrtue Memorial . Hospital and the Soil MAY 5-MAY 11 Conservation Service will participate in the Conserva- "rL;uu. I/Pl'lU tion Day. , LIVES",,) This year s Conservation Starring Chevy Ch=u Day marks the 20th year the event will be held at Prairie P, UUI VIDEO MART Rose Lake. About 200 stu- dents are expected to attend. 755-'2310 For more information, contact the Soil Conservation Service in Harlan at 755-2417. L Minden, Iowa ml ,CL4Y00E3Especial , 2 /  Chicken Chow Mein, Pepper t((// '- Steak, Fried Rice, Ego Roll, lY_)J./_:',.-, Fortune Cookie & Tea, Soup  & salad bar. nn t NOrth Off 1-80 _ rh ! M UI r.. Shelby, nA s'2osllllNIIIIll llll HEADLINES Styling Salon 617 COURT ST. HARLAN, IA Sponsored by: PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH WOMEN Xtension Ystern NOON LUNCHEON WITH FORMER EXTENSION WORKERS Mon., May 8 11:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION BLDG. ): Myrtue Memorial NMIONAL NURSES DM- SATURDAY, MM 6 Nursing Dept. Staff From: CALL 755-3104 or 755-5932 (evenings) for reservations. Cost $2.50 Join former Extension workers George Rosenfeld, Louise Rosenfeld, .Da Seebach, Mild_red Belling Rya 9 Cleda Danies, Norma Morgan & others to remln3e. "Thank You for providing caring and compassionate professional care." DIRECTOR OF NURSING / FR E CONC A- RT B LEINEN BERNHOLTZ Wedding Dance SAT., MAY 6 6-8 P.M. @ (Rain Date Sat,, May 13) PIONEER PARK, HARLAN, IOWA SPONSORED BY: N.E.T.W.O.R.K St. Joseph's Sat., May 6 Hall, Earling Music by: "REFLECTIONS" 8:00 P.M.-12:00 A.M. SCHOOL OF DANCE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OPEN TO Recital . Sun,, May 7 HCHS n e 2:30 p.m. AUDITORIUM THE PUBLIC "LEATHER & LACE"- May 6 (Rescheduled) mtee, S "ELTON SCHULZ" - MAY 14t 6-10 p.m. remalm open toilon "NITEFALL" - MAY 20, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. the d,= "LEATHER & LACE" - JUNE 3, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Tom Anderson's Colonial Restaurant & Lounge 1-80 Exit No. 46 Walnut, Iowa MAIFELD Wedding Dance * .Sat., May 6 BER -- --  ,8.30 P.M.-12:30 A.M. Vet's Auditorium HARLAN, IOWA e Music by: "COMPLETE MUSIC" Everyone Welcome -- EGGS - SAUSAGE FAST SUN., MAY 7 8:30 a.m. -11 a.m. PORTSMOUTH COMMUNITY HALL e SPONSORED BY: PORTSMOUTH FIRE DEPARTMENT NCE "Jol TO THE Home Brewers" e Sat., May 6 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. e KIMBALLTON TOWN HALL