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ii:/ ii i J :ii I !!i i i: HarlanNews LET'S GET PERSONAL -- report your out-of-town trips and guests regularly. Your friends and relatives enjoy reading these little items and your hosts and guests appreciate your courtesy in reporting them. Mrs Charles Perrine of Minneapolis, Minn. was a recent guest at the L. J. Lauterbach home, coming especially for her granddaughter, Ann's graduation. Guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Lyle Walker following commencement exercises, in honor of Mary Walker, were: Mrs Evelyn Sorensen of Bayard; Clarence Peterson, Mr and Mrs Earl Waddell and family, Mr and Mrs Marvin Martin and family, and Mrs Alice Jorgensen, all of Harlan; Mrs John Walker and Chester of Woodbine; and Mr and Mrs Roy E. Leonard and Mr and Mrs Raymond Williams, all of Logan, Iowa. Mrs Martha Clausen returned to her home Tuesday after spending the past school term at Blair, Neb. where she was employed as house mother at Rasmussen Hall, a boys dorm at Dana College. Mr and Mrs Bernard Brenton and family moved to Blair, Neb. this weekend. .x Mr and Mrs David Nioore and daughter have moved to their new home at 1909-Ninth St. They have been living in the Howard Jensen home during the winter months. Mr and Mrs Jensen have returned from Hawaii. Mr and Mrs Jim Zea have purchased the Charles Schnack residence at 1409-12th St. and moved there from "Route 1 over the weekend. Mrs Martha Mayr spent Memorial Day at Princeton, Me., visiting relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs John Lutz of Jamestown, N. Dak. came Thursday for a ten day visit with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Helmers. Jim Jurschak of Denver and Jean Jurschak of Omaha spent the past week with their mother, Mrs Mary Jurschack. They came for the graduation of their brother, Jerry, from the U. of N.I. at Cedar Falls and also for their sister, Joan's graduation from Jennie Edmundson school of nursing. Laurie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Joy, celebrated her second birthday Thursday. Guests were entertained in her honor Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Joy and daughters visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Ted Sprinkle at Logan, Thursday afternoon and evening. Guests of Mrs Ed Andersen Sunday through Thursday were her son and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andersen and Erick of Ann Arbor, Mich. Monday, Mrs Andersen and her guests visited Mr and Mrs Jake Spiesberger of Omaha. Thursday she ac- companied them to Des Moines to visit her daughter, Maurine Andersen. Friday, the Kenneth Andersens returned to their home and Mrs Andersen and Maurine left for DeKalb, Ill. to visit another daughter, Mrs Harold Anderson and family. Mr and Mrs Ron Hansen, Kim, David and Michelle of Lincoln, Neb. were weekend visitors of his parents, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Hansen. Another son, Byron came home Tuesday from the University of Iowa. Guests of Mr and Mrs Roy Wittrup, Sunday, were Lydia Jesperson and Mae Fugle, both of Omaha, also Mr and Mrs Roy Mork of Irwin. Tuesday and Wednesday" guests were Mr Wittrup's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Harry Lansman of Pomona, Calif. Guests of Mr and Mrs Martin Schwarte, Tuesday evening following the dance recital in which their daughter, Mary Lee participated included Mrs Mary Schwarte and Berniece of Council Bluffs, Messrs and Mmes Frank Kaufman and Marlene of Woodbine, William Schwarte of Panama, Gordon Weller of Westside, Mike Kaufman and Jerry of Harlan. Robert Ketchum, Sports editor of Harlan Newspapers, left for his vacation Thursday evening. He will visit his parents, Mr and Mrs Omar Ketcham at Pella, spending the weekend with friends at Oelwein. He will then visit his brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Tom Ketchum, at Angola, Ill. and friends at Goshen and LaPorte, Ind. this week. CORLEY ITEMS by MRS WILL SORENSON Alvin Christensens, Lee Christensens and the Jack Christensen family attended open house at the First Baptist church at Harlan honoring Arnold Jacobsens of Manning on their Golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Russell Hansens and Jon and Kenneth Bergs spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. The Dale Sorensen family were dinner guests of Art Knudsens at Harlan Sunday. The Francis Schneider family attended the graduation exercises for Larry Osbahr at Avoca Thursday evening. Mrs Martin Scheuman and Lori were coffee guests of Mrs Ivan Larsen Monday afternoon. Lee Christensens were supper guests of Leland Hansens at Oakland Friday evening. Messrs and Mines Gerald Goetz and Tomy, Mike Goetz and girls, Will Schwartz and Joe Goetz were coffee guests of Richard Dorans Thursday evening after the graduation services in honor of Richard Doran's graduation. ATTEND WEDDING Richard Dorans attended the Schechinger-Cavenaugh wedding I at Westphalia Saturday evening. Joe Malones and daughter, Lisa of Niceville, Fa., spent the weekend with Allen Waterburys. Sunday they were all guests of Mrs Oliver Adams for dinner at a care in Harlan. Fred Hamdorfs were guests of Allen Waterburys Friday evening. Mrs Oliver Adams of Harlan was a supper guest of Allen Waterburys Saturday. evening. Mrs Will Sorensen visited Mrs Marrie Hansen Tuesday afternoon. EXTENSION CALENDAR June 2 -- 4-H Country girls creed tryouts, REC, Harlan, 7:30 p.m. June 3 -- Extension Council meeting, REC, Harlan, 8:30 p.m.; 4-H Boosters committee meeting, Harlan National Bank 8 p.m. June 4 -- 4-H Conference delegates orientation meeting, REC, Harlan, 8 p.m. June 5 -- Shelby County Pork Producers board of directors meeting, REC, Harlan, 8 p.m. June 7 -- Pork Queen Con- test, Savings and Loan, Harlan, 10:30 a.m. We're Doing It Again! So Bring The Whole Family ALL THE HENNY PENNY CHICKEN YOU CAN EAT Wednesday, June 4 (5:00 p.m. 'ill doling) Sl.45 salad and hot bisqulle included HOLIDAY BUFFET / Stan & DeLiria Wed on Hiway 44 7SS-27N I IIII I I III II I I II I News from Fiscus by CORRINE JORGENSEN MEIRILLS GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH -- Rev. Owen E. Wherrett. Morning worship 10 a.m. Sunday school 11 a.m. Jr & Sr youth fellowship 7 p.m. Evening service 8 p.m. Daily vacation bible school for all ages 5 through 8th grade June 2-6 and June 9-13. Thursday'-- mid week bible study -- 8 p.m. Choirpractice-- 9v.m. June 2- Open house in the church parlors, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in honor of Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett's 35 wedding an- niversary. The Harry Arenholtz family of Defiance were Sunday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett. Rev. Owen E. Wherrett and Harry Krauss drove to Des Moines Friday and returned Mrs Frances Fertig to her home after spending the past 2 weeks with .grandson Clyde Christensen who zs confined at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines. The Norman Nielsen family spent Sunday evening with the Eugene Juhel family. OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Messrs and Mmes Keith Grabill and family, Russell Peppers and family of Denison, Ronny Wellendorf and sons, Gene Hansen and sons, and Mrs Helen Hansen spent Saturday evening with Mrs Arlene Hansen in ob- servance of her birthday. Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett were Tuesday hosts to the Bob Burton family, Paul Nelsons and Shelly and Mrs Marjorie Bartholomeu and girls in honor of their son Robert's birthday. Howard Jensens of Harlan spent Sunday afternoon with the Howard Wigg family. Merle Moores of Irwin, Harry Nelsons, Mrs Nellie Moore and Larry Moore of Omaha spent Sunday afternoon with the David Moore family in Harlan in ob- servance of David's birthday. The Lehman Swensen family attended Commencement at Avoca Thursday evening and were guests of the Ernest Hogeland family in honor of their daughter Roxann's graduation. The Dean Weberfamilyspent Friday evening with the Keith Grabill family. Betsy and Kent spent Sunday with the Lowell Hupp children. The Florian Hansen family attended Commencement at Manning Tuesday evening and were coffee guests of Mrs Ken- neth Waiters of Botna in ob- servance of her son Steven's graduation. Elmer Jorgensen spent Saturday afternoon and over- night with the Roy McCullough family of Knoxville, visiting the beautiful Red Rock dam area. Returning home Sunday by way of Coon Rapids he visited the Harold and Clifford Boaman families. Mrs Harold Bouman is confined at Jefferson hospital with back injury resulting from a car accident Friday. Ronald Bartelsons spent Sunday afternoon with Eugene Craigs of Avoca and Friday evening with James Tryons of Defiance. CONFIRMED Florian Hansens were hosts to Messrs and Mmes Lyle Christofferson and family, Harry Rasmussen and family, Einer Nissen, Elmer Jorgensen, Leonard Cadwell of Manilla, Leonard Schroeder and family, Earl Walters and Mr Wayne Copeland of Harlan and Mrs Kenneth Walters and family of Botna in honor of Kathy Hansen's confirmation Sunday at Ebenezar Lutheran Church. George Petersens and Mrs Jerry Rasmussen and daughter of Harlan spent Sunday afternoon with the Rex Grabill family. 6th BI RTH DAY The Allyn Bartelson family spent Sunday afternoon with Otto Pries. Tuesday evening callers at the Allyn Bartelson home in observance of Peggy's birthday were Messrs and Mines Ronald Bartelson, Otto Pries, Victor Julius, Calvin Bartelson, and Nancy and Kim Juhel. Wednesday evening Allyn Bartelsons were hosts to Peggy's classmates. Those present were Cindy Martens, Maritta Howe, Tammy Campbell, Shelly Blum, Dona Petersens, Paula Thomp- son and Mara Barrett, who was an overnight guest in observance of Peggy's 6th birthday. Guests of the Lowell Frampton family Wednesday evening in observance of their son Jim's graduation from Audubon high school were: Messrs and Mines Elmer Larsen, Homer Jensen, Einer Jensen, Floyd Jensen, Webb Heminger, Fred Hansen Don Heilesen and son Tom.all of Harlan, the Ray Murray family, and Charles Adams of Irwin, Denny Greet of Kirkman, Ed Jensens of Win- terset, Richard Jensens, the Einer Sand family, Ralph Jorgensens and girls, Mrs Lillian Kinkennon and Mrs Jim Brace and son, Ottis Jensen of Denison, Art Byriels of Elk Horn, Jim Nelson and Janie Andersen of Audubon. Mrs Homer Jensen and Mrs Art Byriel spent Saturday af- -- PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 7S5-311| -- ternoon with Mrs Lowell Frampton. The Steve Spencer family, Gerald Nelsons, Dawyna and Jerry Lynn Myrtue spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Edna Nelson in Harlan and Friday evening with the James Jorgensen family. CHAPERONE TRIP Jerry Myrtues of Bode chaperoned the Senior Class of Bode high school on a tour of Minneapolis, Minn., a few days last week; their daughters Dawyna an(l Jerry Lynn spent the week with grandparents, Gerald Nelsons. Myrtues came Saturday evening and spent Sunday with her parensts. Lee Nelsons and Thor Nelson called Sunday afternoon at the Gerald Nelson home. Lowell Framptons spent Thursday evening with the Don Heilesen family in honor of their son Toms graduation at HHS. A. M. N. and Mrs Steve Spencer returned Sunday to Fort Keisler, Bilaxi, Miss., after a 10 day leave with relatives near Fiscus and Audubon. Steve will resume his schooling on specialized radar. Guests of Russel Petersens Wednesday evening after commencement at Audubon high school were Messrs and Mmes Oliver Nelson, Gerald Nelson, Lee Nelson, Dwayne Kroph, Ralph Jorgensen and girls, Alvin Petersen of Kimballton, John Rasmussen, Laverne Petersen, Ron Petersen, Kenneth Thompson, Charles Dennett, Norman Nosbys, Holger Rasmussen, Peter Andersen and Howard Andersens in honor of their son Larry's graduation. Marvin Nielsen and sons spent Friday evening with the George Bass family near Coon Rapids in honor of their son, Douglas' and Jerry's graduation from Coon Rapids high school. Monday evening Marvin Nielsens were guests of Maynard Jensens near Elk Horn in honor of their daughter Patty's graduation from Elk Horn high school. Mr and Mrs Victor Julius were Thursday supper guests of Wilbur Hoeghs in Atlantic. Ronald Bartelsons spent Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs Victor Julius. The Roger Rudolph family spent Sunday afternoofi with Charles Millers. Charles Millers visited Sunday evening with Mrs Rose Knudsen at the Friendship home in Audubon. Laverne Nelsons were hosts Friday evening to Messrs and Mmes Palmer Wuiff and Luann, Calvin Bartelson, Nancy and Desn, Dick Norgaard and family of Harlan, Marion Olsen and family, Herbert Nelson and family, Paul Nelson and Sherry, Lowell Nelson, Albert Marcelles Rev. and Mrs Owen Wherrett and Bob and Rev. and Mrs A.F. Wuiff in observance of the Nelsons son Randy who graduated from Irwin high school. HONOR GRADUATES Roger Rudolphs were coffee hosts Tuesday to Messrs and Mines Elmer Jorgensen, Ralph Dent and family, Manuel An- dersen and Betty, Charles Millers, Ed Hansens of Jacksonville, Homer Kauffman and Mrs Glen Kauffman, Em- mert Schmidts and Glenda of Audubon, the Harold Winther family of near Kimballton and Mrs Natalie Klever and sons of Guthrie Center in honor of Mrs Rudolph's sister Jean Miller who graduated from Audubon high school. Ancel Armentrouts spent Wednesday with Wilbur Ar- mentrouts near Atlantic. Guests of Manuel Andersens Wednesday evening in ob- servance of their daughter Betty's graduation from Audubon high school were Messrs and Mmes Ruben Hansen, Frank Krueger and Jodi, Victor Ferry of Irwin, Chris Andersen, Mr Lloyd Groham, Mr Lorraine Morthensen and Ira Kroft of Audubon, Charles Millers and Jean, Elmer Jorgensens, Glen Huffmans, Everett Wendts and J.M. Andersens. Manuel Andersens and Betty, Chris Andersens, Mrs Lorraine Morthensen and Ira Kroft spent Sunday with Elda Arney of Onawa. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY The Calvin Bartelson famy, the Laverne Nelson family, Rev. and Mrs A. F. Wuiff and Luanne and the Ron Jensen family spent I 1919 1.919 il il c:,:ay al6ziiuo, ,,til [hc Dicl, o Norgaard family in Harlan in observance of Mrs Norgaard and son Barry's birthdays. Messrs and Mmes Victor Julius, Marvin Nielsen and sons, Merle Nelson and sons, Hilmer Marcussen and family, Clifford Jensen, Bob Burton and family, Martin Dinnesen and family of Harlan, Roy Mor thensen' and family, Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett and Bob Kay Bumpillari of Des Moines and Mrs "Majorie Bar- tholomew and girls attended Commencement exercises at Audubon high school and were coffee guests of Everett Nelsons in honor of their daughter Pamelia. Frank Snithens and the Jim Norems family of Lamoni spent Sunday with Garland Grabills. Henry Plaghmans spent Sunday evening with Bob An- dersens near Harlan. Kathy Dent, student of Iowa State University, Ames, returned to the home of her parents, Lynn Dents, Friday. Sunday they all visited Lester Dents. Ancel Armentrouts and Bradley Campbell spent Sunday with the Raymond Armentrout family at Ankeny. ATTENDED PICNIC Mr and Mrs Harry Nelson attended Shelby Co. Garden Club picnic at Robert Hollow Friday evening. Clarence Nelsons were guests of Lowell Nelsons for dinner Sunday at a care in Harlan. Leslie Brues spent Thursday evening with Ralph Ewoldts of near Aspinwall and Saturday evening with Ralph Elwells of Manilla. Mrs Garland Grabill spent Thursday overnight with Claude Redferns of Lamoni. Nancy Grabill of Graceland College, having finished her 3rd year, returned home with her mother. The Howard Wigg fafnily attended Commencement exercises at Irwin school Thursday evening and were guests of the Norman Wigg family in honor of their son I.ry's graduation. Mrs Regina Stinn of Avoca spent May 18 with the Boyd Sondage family in honor of Linda Sondage's first Communion. Oliver Nelsons called Tuesday evening on Martin Andersens. Thursday overnight guests of the Andersens were Karen Marie Petersen, Anna Hutchings of Alvin, Tex., Martha Spearman and Margaret Deatrick of South Houston, Tex.Other Thursday callers were Laverne Andersens of Denison, Mrs Mable Wadd and Mrs Marie Clemsen of Elk Horn. Paul An- dersens were Sunday evening callers on Martin Andersens. 50th ANNIVERSARY Arnold Jacobsens of Manning observed their 50th wed- ding anniversary Sunday af- ternoon at fellowship hall of First Baptist Church, Harlan. At- tending from this area were Messrs and Mmes Clarence Nelson, Axel Nielsen, Lowell Nelson, Marion Olsen and Victor Julius. Paul Nelson and Sherry, Dixie Frampton and Jim Nelson spent Sunday afternoon at Swan Lake. Guests Wednesday evening of the Donald Firebaugh family in honor of Linda's graduation from Audubon high school were Messrs and Mines Harry Nelson, Jerry Jensen and family, Jerry Davis and family, Danny Jensen, BOb Burton and family, Clarence Remele of Coon Rapids, Orville Railsbeck and Nettie, Alvin Christensen, Merrill Firebaugh! and family, Lynnell Firebaugh and family of Boone, Leroy Murk and family, Mrs Vera Jensen and Nancy Duvald. Thursday af- ternoon coffee guests for the same occasion were Mmes Virgel Henricksen, Leroy Mork, Leroy Morthensen, Robert Hansen, Glen Kauffman, Elmer Steffes, Glee Huey and Merrill Firebaugh and children. DOUBLE CELEBRATION Lyle Christoffersons were hosts Wednesday evening to Messrs and Mmes Florian Hansen, Harry Rasmussen, Clarence Denker and family, Walter Bierman, Harold Bier- man and Mrs Henry Bierman of Denison, the Gaylord Boeck family of Ida Grove, Albert Christoffersons and Bob Christoffersons of Audubon, Jim Westerbilt and Dianna Christofferson of Omaha in honor of Dale's graduation from Audubon high school and also his 18th birthday. J. M. Andersens drove to I Honoring The 1969 50th Wedding Anniversary of MR and MRS Edwin Russel Christensen their sons Orin, Eugene and families cordially invite friends and relatives to an OPEN HOUSE at the Altamont Baptist Church 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, June 8 Request no gifts please. t22-n23* lii 1969 i PAGE 4 The Harlan (Iowa) News-Advertiser Men. Morning, June 2, 1969-- Phone 755-3111 Guthrie Center to spend Thur- sday evening with John Peckumns in observance of Patty Joe's birthday. Fred Nissens and Ricky and Everett Wendts and Carol visited Friday afternoon with Dennis Nissens of Lincoln, Neb. Dennis underwent surgery last week. The Stanley Hansen family entertained guests Wednesday evening at their home after graduation exercises at Audubon high school in honor of Roger. Those present were Messrs and Mines Ernest Young, Tom Young and family of Audubon, Leonard Steen and family of Kimballton, Ray Rasmussen, Roger Bon- neson and family, Harry Walters, Dwayne Kroph and Mrs Marie Hansen. S.W. Corley by MRS WILBUR CARROLL Max Klindt and daughters, Ralph Klindt and sons, David Klindt family, John Lee family, Mrs Alma Lee, Steve Sandbothes, and Russell Sandbothe family were guests of Lee Klindts Sunday for pot luck dinner honoring John for his graduation from AvoHa High school. M- ternoon visitors were James Klindt and daughters, Leonard Klindts and sons, and Mrs William McIntosh, Bruce and Joyce. Keith Goodners entertained Monday evening at the Tennant Methodist church following commencement exercises at the Shelby Tennant school for Glee Goodner. Dennis tMyerses of Washington State and Richard Robinsons enjoyed supper together in Omaha Saturday evening after a reunion of four years when the men had entered service together. Bill Robinsons were visitors of Richard Robinsons Friday evening. Darwin Warners and Wilbur Carrolls attended eighth grade promotion Monday evening for Donna Jean Carroll and Allan Dale Warner. Forty-eight received diplomas presented by Ervin Koos, president of the board of education at AvoHa. Rev. Joseph Gerlt gave the in- vocation and benediction. The address was given by John Ebert, a member of the board of education. The junior high mixed chorus sang "Climb Every Mountain" and "It's a Grand Night for Singing." Bill Babbitts and Garvin, Mrs Hazel Babbitt and Lee anZs and Ronda were isitors in the Eugene Nammanny home near Cumberland Friday evening in honor of Keith's graduation from Cumberland Massena high school. Bill Babbitts visited in the George Jones home in Shelby Sunday evenihg to visit with era Stinns of Des Moines who ac- companied the Babbitts on the European trip. Mrs Bill Babbitt attended the installation of members to the National honorary society in Shelby Friday in which Garvin was initiated. Mrs Richard Robinson and sons, Mrs Bill Babbitt and Mrs Raymond Stormar visited with Mrs Pearl Halsey in the Berry Nursing home Tuesday for Mrs Halsey's 87 birthday. This made five generations together for the occasion. Gary Stevens and Linda Andersen were visitors in the Bill Babbitt and Richard Robinson home Thursday evening. ENTERTAIN GUESTS Darwin Warners, Levi An- dersens, and Marvin Andersens - entertained in the Lutheran church in Harlan Sunday evening following Bac- callreate services in honor of their children, Beverly, daughter of Darwin Warners, Connie, daughter of Levi Andersens and Edward, son of Marvin An- dersens. Beverly graduated from AvoHa high school, Connie from Harlan and Edward from Irwin. The Andersen family attended the reception for the three cousins. Wilbur Carroll family and David Klindt family attended the reception for Dennis Langer in the Donald Langer home near Hancock Thursday evening following Commencement at Averts high school. David Klindt family visited Max Klindts Thursday evening in honor of Virginia, following the commencement at Averts high school. Ruth Hamdorf completed her junior year of nurses training at Jennie Edmundson hospital Friday and is spending the summer with her parents, the Orville Hamdorfs. The Darwin Warner family enjoyed a pot luck dinner at Robert Saltmarshs Sunday honoring Patty for her con- firmation at the Irwin Lutheran church. Jim Havicks and Scott of Irwin were dinner guests in the Elmer Havick home Sunday. The Darwin Warner family entertained Thursday evening in honor of Beverly's graduation from AvoHa high school. Beverly graduated as valedictorian of the class. Mrs Gary Brewer and children of Elk Horn visited last weekend in the Walter Johnson home. Walter Johnson's were supper guests of Duane Johnsons Friday evening for their wedding an- niversary. Canasta Club enjoyed supper at a cafe in Harlan Saturday evening and later played cards in the Raymond Davis home. Donald Schultzs were dinner guests of Dr. Donald Ehlers' at Blair, Neb. Saturday and enjoyed the parade and celebration during the afternoon. Mrs Asta Paulsen and Mrs Mollie Ingwers were visitors of John Ingwers Sunday. David Klindts and family were among guests at a pot luck dinner in the Lee Klindt home Sunday in honor of John's graduation from AvoHa high school. Jan Houck of Corning was a visitor of Chuck Molles Wed- nesday evening. Cindy Lippold spent Thursday with Chuck Moiles. Chuck Molles and family were guests of Willis Lippolds Thurs- day evening in honor of Dale Lippold's graduation from AvoHa high school. Raymond Reamers and Lori were visitors of Chuck Molles Friday evening following the Centennial meeting in Avoca. Mrs Verda Dinesen was a MOW WET or DRY GRASS... VACUUM CLEAN... DISPOSE OF CLIPPINGS.. ALL IN ONE OPERATIONI MODEL 21G6 The famous 5e00DN MOW-BLO ...the rotary mower with more of the features you want! Here's the mower you've been waiting for! Easy to han- dle, trouble-free, does the finest mowing job you've ever seen! 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Award at IWCC COUNCIL Western Board of awarded struction of college campus at General Hawkins Omaha with a bid which was low received. Mechanical amount of $835,200 to Natkin and Co. The bid was low of Bel Electric submitted the the electrical firm's bid was Construction is begin the second with completion October of 1970 Supt. Robert D. Dr. Looft breaking ceremony at the campus east of Council Shelby State WEEK OF THRU JUNII Our ENDAR will be each /Vkmday in News-Advertiler. pose is to show at the activities in munity of both schl funflo other busino worthy of copy subiect to All items are FREE County Sfat 3111 before place ymJr following week's ITY CALENDAR, EVENTS THIS Mort., June 2 "" ball League Harlan Ron's Feed Serv p.m.; and Burmeister's at 9 Tues., June 3 "- ball Karlan vs. Jim's Market and Rocky's vs, at 9 p.m. Wed., June 4 High Schal hosts Harlan game time. Thurs., June 5 Midget League opens their Elk Horn Fri., June 6  school baseball Papillion, lan diamond, time. Fri., June 6 Races on the Speedway. events: four trophy dash; races. Adm. $1 kids free. Harlan Jaycees bv County Fair time 8:30 p.m. Sun., June 8 -" Stock Car Races ed because of dav, the eve scheduled 8:30 ).m. You ft retest on Bank Jay renewable Time Next time eet complete SHELBY Member