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hborhood News by Kim Wegener Judy Tamm and Linda Holtmyer of Hillside Preschool attended the spring conference of the Southwest Iowa Association for the Edu- cation of Young Children on April 29 in Council Bluffs. Liz and Dick Wilmes, renowned authors and publishers of numerous chil- dren's activities books pro- vided the program. Betty Markham and Regina Gessert attended a style show and grandparents' tea sponsored by the Council Bluffs-Omaha Twins Club at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 54th and Corby, in Omaha last Sunday afternoon. There were 20 pairs of twins and four sets of triplets rang- ing in age from infant to five years old at the party. Jon and Joe Gessert, twin sons of Nancy Markham and Wayne Gessert, modeled for the style show. All grandmothers were presented a corsage. Paul and Bev Grabill en- tertained at a family dinner on Sunday in honor of their daughter, Michelle. She was a member of the confirmation class at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Relatives attended from Omaha, Missouri Valley, Woodbine, Okoboji, Kirkman and the Harlan area. Weekend guests of Dave and Kay Koos were Mr and Mrs Tim Edwards of Ogallala, NE. They attended the Drake Relays in Des Moines on Saturday. Joining them in Des Moines were Tom Koos of Cedar Rapids and Todd Koos of Rochester, MN. Dave was an inspector Fri- day and Saturday at the relays. Janeen Jensen, a junior at the University of Northern Iowa, "3erformed in the last evening: opera performance of "Dialogue of the Carmelitis," on the UaXI.I. campus. Attending the performance were Mr and Mrs Jim Jensen and John, Rhoda Graves, Leanrm Jensen, and Mr and Mrs Dan Hill all of Harlan, Mr and Mrs Scott Nollen of Iowa City and Mr and Mrs Floyd Jensen of Panora. Some of the relatives and friends stayed in Cedar-Falls on Sat- urday evening. Brad Pattison of Grand Island, NE., spent the weekend with his parents, Pat and Ruthe Pattison. Out of town visitors who attended the 80th birthday celebration for Albert Wander on April 29 were Mr and Mrs Gaige L. Wunder and Lacey of Decorah, Mr and Mrs Arnold H. Wunder of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Victor O. Wunder of Avoca, Sharon Wunder of Springfield, I1., Caryl Wunder of Columbia, Me., Mr and Mrs Douglas Wunder and Melissa of Ames, Johanna Nelson of Elk Horn, Mrs Lloyd Nelson of Exira, Lori, Julie and Michelle Wheatley, and Edna Nelson of Avoca, Mr and Mrs Alan Christensen and Adam of Omaha, and Judy Leeds of Anita. Dr Howard H. McCutchan, optometrist of Harlan Vision Clinic, attended the 91st Annual Educational Congress of the Iowa Optometric Association, held at the Airport Hilton Inn, Des Moines, April 22-25. A record number of over 240 optometrists attended this education session. Mr and Mrs Russell Ridge of Cherokee, Mr and Mrs Lefty Switzer of Council Bluffs, and Betty Havick of Harlan were guests last Thursday of Mr and Mrs Bill Boettger. They came to help Mrs Boettger celebrate her birthday. Immy White returned last Saturday from a six month stay at Sun Valley Garden Apartments in Scottsdale, AZ. During her stay, she visited with her daughter, Linda Johnson, Douglas and Lisa Johnson all of Scottsdale, and Greg and Sharon Johnson of Chandler, AZ. Jim and Nancy White of Ann Arbor, MI., visited Immy a few days during her stay. Sibling class to be offered at Myrtue Memorial Myrtue Memorial Hospital, Harlan, will be offering a sib- ling preparation class to help children prepare for the changes they will experience when a new baby brother of sister arrives. The free class is for all age groups and will be held May 9 from 4-5 p.m. in the hospital education center. The class will consist of a story time, video tape tour of Myrtue Memorial's birthing room, nursery and patient rooms, instruction on newborn abilities and characteristics and many tips for siblings and parents. Each child attending is asked to bring a doll to the class. Parents are asked to pre-regis- ter their children for the class by calling the MMH nursing office at 755-5161, ext. 311. Harlan School lunch program Monday- tacos with shredded cheese and lettuce, corn, peaches and brownie. Tuesday - chicken patty, mashed potatoes and gravy, hot biscuits with honey and sweetened cherries. Wednesday- barbeque pork on a bun, ranch cut pota- toes, seasoned green beans and fruit crisp. Thursday - goulash, coleslaw, school made cheese bread and pears. Friday. - grilled pizzawich, french fries, fruit cup and chocolate chip bar. Chef's sa)ad lunch and salad bar are available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sanwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Friday. Harlan Middle School Monday - oven-browned wiener, trl-tators, warm muffin with butter and pineapple. Tuesday- beef and noo- dles, mixed vegetables, cin- namon roll and pears. Wednesday- sausage patty, hash browns, french toast sticks with syrup and applesauce. Thursday - beef mexi-cup with tortilla chips, shredded lettuce and cheese, corn and fresh orange wedges. Friday - chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, sliced carrots and peanut butter bar. Salad bar is available ever), day. Bread and butter sano- wiches, peanut butter sand- wiches and milk are served ev- ery meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. West Ridge New Park Schools Monday- oven-browned wiener, tn-tators, warm muffin with butter and pineapple. Tuesday- beef and noo- dles, mixed vegetables, cin- namon roll and pears. Wednesday- sausage patty, hash browns, french toast sticks with syrup and applesauce., Thursday - beef mexi-cup with tortilla chips, shredded lettuce and cheese, corn and fresh grapes. Friday - chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, sliced carrots and peanut butter bar. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. SHOE BOX Machine wash delicate fabric (warm water) cycle only. No bleach Permanent press dry cycle Slight fading may occur on initial washing. No ironing "nenesseryl "WASHABLES" is a Division of IN MOTION Leather -..... -- ._ ... _ .-.-- f. :: iiiii!!iiiiii!iiiiiii!i:!iii!iiiiiiii!!i!iiiiiiiii!iiiiii%i!iiiii!iiiiiiiiii!ii!i!iiiiii/ I KIM WEGENER / Harlan Newspapers Preparing to be kindergarten students Over 170 children visited the elementary schools in the Harlan Com- munity School District during the annual "Adventure Week," April 24- 28. The students, who will be kindergarten students next fall, were tested in several areas to prepare for kindergarten. Above, Heath Schechinger (Colleen) practices coloring. At right, Paul Schenck (Richard and Margie) completes his walk on the balance beam. Both students are from Harlan and were in Doris Klein's class at West Ridge Elementary School. MARCUS MARINKOVICH Marcus Alan Marinkovich celebrated his first birthday, May 4. He is the son of Pete and Mary Marinkovich of rural Harlan. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Alfred Hagedorn, and Mr and Mrs Andrew Marinkovich all of Omaha. His great grandparents are Mr and Mrs John Hagedorn, and Mr and Mrs John Reiman all of West Point, NE. DANIEL GOETZ Daniel Francis Goetz cele- brated his first birthday, March 25. He is the son of Terry and Pam Goetz of Defiance. Daniel has three brothers, Gregory, 9, Jeffrey, 5, and Jack, 3. His grandparents are Mrs Edna Schulte of Earling, and Mrs Joyce Goetz of Defiance. Great grandparents are Otto Koppold of Defiance, and Ce- cilia Weihs of Earling. DANIEL BLOCK LUKE BRUCK Luke Bruck, son of Kevin and Sharon Bruck of Earling, celebrated his first birthday, March 31. Luke has a sister, Jessica, 4 1/2, and a brother, Dustin, 2 1/2. His grandparents are Leonard and Mary Pat Tremel, and Andy and Mick Bruck all of Earling. Thanks Bonnie & Dave, for my wonderful sur- prise retirement party. It was fantastic! I love you, Morn. Daniel Joseph Block, son of Leo and Cheryl Block of Om, aha, celebrated his first birth- day, April 30. His grandparents are Rita Block of Earling, Elaine Ruhde of Carroll, and Harold McCord of Pisgah. Daniel's great grandparents are Ted and Hattie Dai of Dunlap. IC .............. i " "Cross-Lttes says: -4 / The preaching of the cross is the power of God. _ i I iii Congrega te mealsite menus (May 8-12) Monday- spaghetti with meat sauce, broccoli, lettuce salad with Italian dressing, garlic bread and fresh orange. Tuesday- oven fried chicken, mashed potato with gravy, harvard beets, choice of bread and tapioca pudding. Wednesday - liver and onions, scalloped corn, mari- nated bean salad, choice of bread and peach cobbler. Thursday- evening meal: Hawaiian luau, polynesian baked ham, baked potato with sour cream and chives cottage cheese on a pineapple ring, coconut cream pudding and tropical punch. Friday- meat loaf with gravy mashed potatoes, golden glow salad, choice of bread and rice krispy bar. (Lucille Ruth ts mealsite manager. For reservations call her at 755-2791, Monday-Fri- day. Reservations must be made before 9 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.) AMY PATTEN Amy Patten awarded scholarship Amy Patten, a senior at Harlan Community High School, has been selected to receive a $12,000 performance scholarship from Otterbein , College in Westerville, OH. The scholarship will be dis- tributed in four equal parts for four consecutive years of study in her field of musical theatre. Amy received the scholar- 2; : 2 = JASON PAULEY Jason Pauley selected for Boys State PANAMA - The Panama American Legion Post 601 has selected Jason Pauley to attend Boys State at Camp Dodge, Des Moines, June 2-8. He is the son of Kenneth and Eileen Pauley of Panama. Jason will be among 832 high school junior boys learning the functions of state govern- ment through various activi- ties. Mrs Bruce Bruck of Ir- win was recently honored with two awards. She mlintained a 4.0 grade point average and also had perfect attendance. Mrs Bruck is a first yfar student at the Jennie Edmund- son School of Nursing in Council BluffS. She is-the daughter of Mr and Mrs Merle Greer of rural Harlan. Kim Bugbee of Harlan is a member of the Senior Chal- lenge Committee at the Uni- versity of Northern Iowa. The group recently exceeded their goal in raising $55,794 for the renovation of the Campanile to be formally presented dur- ing the university's spring graduation ceremony, May 13. May with a Merit guests. Harlan Year, Eliz guest speaker. May 8 - nealogical at 7:30 ling That Roll source haS for Ape the meeting. 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