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Regional tourism group begins distribution of 100,000 newspapers More than 100,000 copies of the CAHAPOSHAU newspaper are being distributed in a five-county area as well as to 17 Iowa Welcome Centers according to members of the regional tourism group. The 24-page newspaper highlights summer and fall activities in Cass, Harrison, Pottawattamie, Shelby and Audubon counties. The CAHA- POSHAU name comes from the first two letters of each county's name. Local stories and pictures in the is- sue feature Elk Hem's Danish Windmill and National Heritage Mu- seum, Kimballton's Little Mermaid, Walnut "Iowa's Antique City" and Harlan's Shelby County Museum. The issue is also full of ads touting various community celebrations, restaurants and civic improvements. According to the organizations minutes, after printing the newspaper they have a $3,803 balance which will go toward future promotional brochures and expenses. The tourism board also approved spending $950 to purchase 50 display racks for use in key locations where the guide can be displayed. Persons interested in obtaining one of the racks to promote the newspaper should contact the offices of the Western Iowa Development Assoc., Avoca, 343-6368. Remaining copies of the brochure are available locally at the Harlan Chamber or from the Western Iowa Development office in Avoca. Hadan IA News Advertiser Fri. morn., June 2, 1989 I Persia News David Iwen family of Om- aha were Monday guests at Ruth Iwens. Henry Hellers went to Lawton Saturday eve to cele- brate James Heller's high school graduation. Rich Hellers of Portsmouth ac- companied them. HAD KNEE SURGERY Henry Hellers visited Ted Wilson Friday at Jennie Ed Hospital in Co. Bluffs. He had knee surgery Tuesday. Ron Haweses of Fort Mor- gan, CO., came Sunday eve to visit at Dean Haweses. Both couples visited Duane Kemmishs Monday eve. Mrs Jean Kuster accompa- nied Arlene Zacharias to Ar- rowhead Park to attend the graduation party for Angie Christiansen. Glen Olsens and Rick Olsens and Glennie spent the weekend at Williamsburg and Mount Vernon. They had lunch with Maurice, Bertha and Ray Schmedding at the Amana Colonies and then visited Schemeddings. Duane Iwens, Lanessa and Brad of Omaha were Sunday dinner guests of Ruth Iwen. Rich Knausses and girls of Co. Bluffs were Monday visitors at Veral smiths. Weekend guests of Bud Galihers were Earl Corneils of Minneapolis, MN. Saturday, Len Butterbaughs and Margaret Butterbaugh of Co. Bluffs visited at Orpha Galihers and Bud Galihers. Friday, Willard Schechingers visited at Orpha Galihers and Bud Galihers. GATHER BEFORE BANQUET Saturday eve guests at Veral Smiths preceeding the alumni banquet were Merle Hamanns of Omaha; Verdene Miller of Las Vegas, NV.; Marvin Bendixons of Yuma, CO.; Clement Watkinses of Co. Bluffs; LaVeme Chamberses of Persia; Howard Zeller of Downey, CA.; Willis Gramkow and lone Barnes of Logan and Merle Deuprees of Lyons, NE. Several of these were in the 50th year graduat- ing class. 5-31-89 CONGREGATE MEN.SITE MENUS Monday, June 12 - breaded fls patty, peas and carrots, coleslaw bun, gelatin cake. Tuesday, June 13 - roast beef, augratin potatoes, waxed beans, dinner roll, plums. Wednesday, June 14 - baked chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, spinach vinegar, choice of bread, fresh apple. Thursday, June 15 - beef stroganoff, rice, lettuce salad/Italian dressing, garlic bread, cherries. United Methodist Church - worship service at 9 a.rn., Sunday school at 10 a.m. R.L.D.S. Church - Sunday school at 9:15 a.rn., fellowship at 10:15 a.m., worship service at 10:30 a.rn. Trinity Lutheran Church - worship service at 8:30 a.m., Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. St. John's Lutheran Church - worship service at 8:30 a.m., Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Joe Lecters were Monday and Tuesday guests of Hallie Peters. They are from Escon- dido, CA., and are visiting in NE., and expect to attend Joe's alumni banqueL Wednesday, Amandus Pe- terses came to stay all night with Hallie Peters. They are here to attend the Shelby alumni dinner Saturday eve. Wednesday eve., Jane, Pete and Hallie were supper guests of Roy Johansens of Shelby. Sunday guests at John Fin- ertys to observe Karen Wantz' birthday were George Harmon family, Paul Waltz family and Ron Gau family. WOMAN CLUB MET The Womans Club met Thursday for dinner at the 7.328%* to maturity Earn this rate of return and pay no federal taxes. Tax-free Municipal Bonds offer a solid rate of return on which you will pay no federal income taxes. None. For all the details, call me today. 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Member Securttms Investor Protection Corporation Persia mealsite with Vonda Kemmish as hostess. Bernice Hester was a guest player. In the afternoon games, high went to Jean Kuster; second high to Arian Hawes; low to Bernice Champlin and travel to Bernice Champlin and Jean Kuster. Margaret Hawes is the next scheduled hostess. Michael Ingwersens of Dakota visited Mabel Ingw- ersen Wednesday. Mrs James Kipari of Shawnee, KS., spent the weekend at W.J. Champlins. Also Eugene Peele of Fre- mont, NE., and Bonnie Ren- der of Omaha. Mike Jensen family, Bon- nie Render and Howard Christophersen were dinner guests at W.J. Champlins. Additional afternoon guests were James Barneys of Logan; Emma Olerich of Co. Bluffs and Edna Weber of TX. Edna Whitmore of Wood- bine and Emma Oloff were Monday dinner guests at Olga Kiesels in Shelby. Visitors at George Krizes during the weekend were Jim Steenson, Amy Collins and Mary Beth Kline. Louise Swaneutt of Shelby was a Monday afternoon visitor. Thursday, Elven Steen- becks were dinner guests of Greg Steenbocks and Dora at Ida Grove. GRADUATES HONORED Sunday, Elven Steenbocks attended the graduation recep- tion for Jane's nephew, Paul Kapfer who recently graduated from Valporaiso, IN. Univer- sity. The reception was at his mother, Miriam Kapfer at Griswold. Later they attended a buffet honoring Lynnet Gittins at Larry Gittins in Co. Bluffs. Lynette graduated from A.L. High School in Co. Bluffs. Sunday night, Greg Steen- becks and Lora of Ida Grove were supper guests at Roger Manesses in Minden. Margaret Hawes underwent surgery at Immanuel Lutheran Hospital in Omaha. Mary Alice Rother and Velma Wat- son went with her. Margaret came home Thursday. Evelyn Stamp and Loren and Phyllis Berg of Preston were Sunday afternoon visi- tors of Ed Stamps. Sunday afternoon, Ed Stamps visited with Charles Blacker family at Meyers Fu- neral Home. They also visited Mary and Ed Howard in Co. Bluffs. Monday, Ed Stamps visited Dora Johansen and Robert Goshorn at the Elk Horn Home. Glen Goldners of Creston were Wednesday visitors at Edwin Kusters. Goldners live close to Kusters in TX., dur- ing the winter months. J/////I/ll///i//J////////////I////l/ltrlKirkmanNews "1 111111111 ......................... ii!.111 .....[llff/a 6-1-89 Joy McDivett of Downey, CA., arrived by plane Wednesday and is visiting her niece, Mrs Marvin Ras- mussen and other relatives and friends. ATTENDS BRIDAL SHOWER Mrs Karl Hanson attended a bridal shower Saturday eve for Kim Heflin at Federal S&L Bldg. in Harlan. Memorial Day, Mrs Anna Jean Ahrenholtz and Susan and Sara Kloewer (John) vis- ited in Clark Ahrenholtzes in Harlan. Sunday morning, Lavon Christensens were coffee guests of Mrs Nietha Little- field in Exira. Saturday afternoon, Mrs Mildred Herman, Alice Hobbs of Omaha, NE.; and Mrs Tony Appel attended alumni at Methodist Church in Deft- ance. A picnic was held Memo- rial Day at Gayle Petersens. Those attending were Eddie Petersen, Rick Petersen and Benjamin, Jeff Larson and Elizabeth, Gaige Petersen, Jeffrey, Justin and Jordan. Gabriel Hanson (Karl) at- tended the Douglas Wise Owl boys 4-H Club meeting at Terry Fiscuses Thursday eve. CELEBRATE 80TH BIRTHDAY Sunday noon, Lavon Christensens were dinner guests of Edna Nelson at a Walnut cafe to help Edna honor her 80th birthday, fol- lowing dinner they visited Edna at her home in Avoca. Friday, Mrs Tony Appel visited Mrs Terry McDowell at Myrtue Hospital. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs Anne Jean Ahrenholtz were Robert Quathamer of Baltimore, MD.; Helen Han- son of Des Moines; Dorothy Manion of Clinton; Roger Ahrenholtz and family of Manilla; John Kloewers and daughters of Defiance and Harold Brues and Alvin Ar- mentrouts. Saturday eve., Bill Martins and sons of Anderson, Me., were visitors at Tony Appels and Sunday Ron Schultzer of Lamarr, Me., came and went to Dunlap to get Addie Schultz and they and Tony Appel meet and ate out at a local cafe. Monday, Karl Hanson and family visited Henry Doorley Zoo in Omaha. Lament Christensens and Dustin were Saturday eve visitors of Lavon Chris- tensens. Monday, Ellsworth Shan- hens, Norris Olsons of Manilla; Mrs Nancy Meister and Shannon of Mercer, Me., drove to Bayard and meet Bob Wales family and all enjoyed a picnic. Cecil Blums Sr. were Sun- day afternoon visitors of Richard DeCarlos in Harlan to help Nicholas DeCarlo cele- brate his 5th birthday. ENTERTAIN AT CARE CENTER Mrs Ellsworth Shannon joined other ladies Wednesday afternoon when they visited the care center near Harlan where games, treats and lunch was enjoyed by all. Norris Olsons of Manilla were Sunday eve supper guests of Ellsworth Shan- nons. Saturday eve., Lavon Christensens attended the graduation party for Eric Monson at the Irwin Com- munity bldg. HOUSE FOR SALE 2 Bedroom home at 1320 WILLOW dl for appointment, Kimballton reunion Saturday noon at a cafe at Audubon. Elven Robert members of the 42 class Green 5-31-89 David Stanleys of Long- wood, FL., are spending a weeks vacation at Leona Johnsons and with Stanley's relatives at Harlan. Decoration Day dinner guests at Ruth Hansens at the 4-Plex were Elaine Stanley, Leona Johnson and Anna Ja- cobsen. In the p.m., George Mathisens of Harlan took the ladies for a motor trip to visit the cemeteries in the local alp, a. ATTEND 60TH CLASS REUNION Viola Nelson attended her 60th Exira high school class members were present, also a this week junior and senior high school Marcus of teacher, Mrs Elliott Baird and visited daughter were also present. A Mrs program was presented and an going afternoon of fellowship was Jennie enjoyed. Bluffs. April 22, birthday coffee l,vmd guests at Anna Jacobsen were Martha Ray Andrea, Ina Petersen, Ruth Hansen, Leona Johnson, Valley Florence Petersen, Olivia Moines Christensen, Hilda Christof- fersen and Doris Greve. Eve and guests were Sarah Petersen, Harvey Greve family and held at Harry Waiters. ing the Alfred Christensen was the dismissed Saturday from relatives. Clarkson Hospital and is re- Recliners 1/2 PRICE* Curio Cabinets 1/2 PRICE* t * Off Suggested Retail EASY LIVING FURNITURE Hwy 50 (Across from Pizza Hut) Harlan LET MYRTUE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HELP with EXERCISE CLASSES for Men & classes begin the week of June 5 Body Toning- Emphasis on strengthening & stretching. 6 am - Monday, Wednesday & Friday 4:15 pm* - Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Friday $20, 4-week session * free babysitting available by appointment Combine Lo; You can participate in both Low-Impact Aerobics for a for a 4-week session. Certified Aerobics Instructors. Classes will be held in Low.Impact Aerobics - Emphasis on cardiovascular fitness & conditioning 6:00 am - Tuesday & Thursday 12:05 pm -Mon., Wednesday & Friday  5:30 pm*- Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. j ID" & Friday $20, 4-week session ' [NOIr'Ia 1 * free babysitting available by appointment PaymentDueDurlnsFinRWeekoClaNes. NoRends" 1213 Garfield Ave. Harlan IA For more information or contact Myrtue Memorial Physical Therapy Dept. i i I