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Harlan News by Kim Wegener v | / K1M WEGENER / Harlan Newspapers ion poster winners named winners of the annual poster contest sponsored by Soil and Water Conservation District and the Shelby have been announced. Erin Schmitz (Jim and Vicki), fifth grade; Heather third grade; Shelby County Soil Conservationist, and Christine fourth grade. in third grade were Carrie Muller, Bryan Ford, fourth grade-Tammi Christensen, Mark Heller, Sam grade-Julie Kenkel, Sara Kohles and Sara Kenkel. Immunization clinic set for June 7 in Harlan An immunization clinic will be held on June 7 at the office of the public health nurse in the basement of the Shelby County Courthouse in Harlan. Clinic hours are 9-11 a.m. and noon-3 p.m. Immunizations offered will be DPT (diptheria, pertussis or whooping cough, tetanus), oral polio vaccine, MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and HiB vaccine (for children be- tween the ages of 24 and 36 months for protection against meningitis.) There is an ad- ministrative charge of $2 per child for immunizations. Those attending are asked to bring all previous immuniza- tions records so the public health nurses can determine which immunizations are re- quired. All supplies and vaccines are being provided by the Iowa Department of Public Health. No one under 18 years of age will be admitted without being accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If parents are unable to accompany the child, permission slips may be picked up ahead of time at the office of the public health nurse. Harlan Fire Dept. members speak to P.E.O. Members of the Harlan Fire Department presented the pro- gram when Chapter AP, P.E.O. met May 25 in the Myrtue Memorial Hospital Auble Conference Center. Hostesses were Joanne Ouren, Charlotte Noble and Mary Lou Booth. P.E.O. will meet for a lun- cheon on June 22. participants recognized "s participants ages 8-11 were County Association for meeting. Bruck, Todd Gordon, and HIRING ME NURSES e. Will help nurses job field. EEU benefits. !i!i! i!!i Baptist 000000rnorial Home St. Harlan, iA 51537 755-5174 KIM WEGENER / I-hrlan Newspapen Joe Wingert; Back: Clayton Sorenson, Ryan Schechinger, Adam Goeres, and Judi Simpson, Special Olympics coach. HHS class - ..0....u...w, T. ,.4,,, - of 1931 has "Cross-Lites says: Inward corruption brings God's judgement. reunion tn Harlan The Harlan High School class of 1931 had their annual dinner on May 27 at a Harlan restaurant. Joining local members of the class were the following from out of town: Mr and Mrs Gaillard Tank, Columbus, NE., Mr and Mrs Harry Book, Coral, MI., Mr and Mrs Ger- ald Custer, Woodbine, Agnes (Mrs Harold) Shaffer, Des Moines, Vernie (Mrs Lake) Petersen, lndianola, and War- ten Gaer, Atlantic. Residential Farm, Commercial Appraisals or Se00? 755-2174 t H,W. (Bud) Ouren, Randy Ouren, Eugene Lefeber, Owner-Broker Assoc. Broker Assoc. Broker [] BRANDT FERRY Brandt Ferry graduates from ISU Brandt Ferry, rural Harlan, graduated from Iowa State University on May 20. He re- calved a bachelor of science degree in agriculture business. Attending the graduation ceremonies were his parents, Richard and Julienne Ferry, rural Harlan; and sister and brother-in-law, Richelle and Todd Richardson of Pleas- antville, IA. They joined Brandt for a luncheon at the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity of which he is a member. Brandt is farming east of Harlan. Log Cabin Day is Sunday at museum The Shelby County Historical Society will have their annual Log Cabin Days at the museum settlement in Harlan on June 4 from 2-5 p.m. This year's theme is "From Horses to Horsepower" and features the 1928 Chevro- let recently loaned to the soci- ety by Peter Stone, grandson of the late Gorden Sorenson. A block of Morse Ave. in front the museum will be closed off. Everything from a covered wagon to a 1989 van furnished by Rocker Ford will be on display. Anyone having a unique vehicle is welcome to bring it for display. Mrs Galliard Heflin, program chairman, stated that there will someone at the museum on Saturday and after 10 a.m. on Sunday to help locate the vehicles. MODELS ON DISPLAY Delmar Bell's model planes, Keith Johnsens' model cars, and Keith Mole's electric train will be on display in Prairie Trails Museum. Entertainment will be pro- vided at 2:30 p.m. by the Ir- win Kitchen Band and Arlene Cana I pbell will play her actor- an I hroUghout the afternoon. The Ray Ferrys and Signe Madsen are assisting Mrs Heflin with arranging the pro- gram. Florence Ohlinger is chairman of the kitchen com- mittee and will be assisted by Erma Mosher, Alice Doonan, Don Leinen, Bob Grote, Goldie Hansen, and Norman Sondergwd. I Harlan Newsy) Dinner guests at the Clarence Arkeld home Sunday were Jerry Arkfeld family, Dave Arkfeld, Mary and Doug Passmore all of Omaha, Ron Arkfeld, Jason and Jeremy, Denny Arkfeld and family all of Defiance, and Mr and Mrs Mark Arkfeld and family of Denison. They all later at- tended the Pat Hoffmann grad- uation party at the Ken Hoff- mann home. Mr and Mrs Marcus B. Anderson of Des Moines and Bernadine White were lun- cheon guests of Mrs Art Camery last Saturday. The Andersons came to decorate graves in the area. Cindy Hansen of Ankeny was a weekend visitor at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Roy P. Hansen. Mr and Mrs Howard Heuriksen were dinners guests Gerald and Eiva Kees of Baltimore, MD., and Ray and Wynona Christensen of Salem, OR., were in Harlan last Friday to attend the Harlan Hilh School class of 1929 re- union. Mrs Margaret Runyan of Urbandale and Dr. Kenny and Alice Allen of Sun City, AZ., were guests over the weekend at the Wilma Ander- at the Jim Lowry family home sen home. Mrs Runyan stayed in Lansing, MI., on Sunday. with Wilma while the Aliens In the afternoon, they attended stayed with Mrs Gerald Lar- graduation ceremonies for their son. grandson, Jason Lowry, at Gilbert High School. He was valedictorian of his class. Amy Andersen, daughter of Phylis Andersen left Satur- day for Mt. Kisco, NY., where she will be a nanny for the summer. Amy will be a senior at Buena Vista College next spring. Alice Grimsley has had two of her daughters as guests in her home. Deborah Chavez and Sarah of Farmington, NM., were guests from May 1-12. Ruth Grimsley.of Chicago, IL., was a visitor from May 26-30. Guests at the Ken Hoffmann home in honor of their daughter, Pat's graduation were Henry Hoffmann, Jerry Hoffmann and family, Allan Hoffmann and family, Don Hoffmann all of Panama, Ron Arkfeld, Dennis Arkfeld fam- ily, Elmer Wagemans of Defiance, Whitey Michalskis, Jerry Arkfeld family, Dave Arkfeld, Doug and Mary Passmore all of Omaha, Mark Arkfeld family of Denison, Marvin Hoffmann of Williamsburg, Clarence Ark- felds, Mrs Wilfred Weihs, Mike Rosmann family, Ron Rosmanns, Steve Lawsons, and Mrs Richard Ferry all of Harlan. Many of Pat's friends also attended. Rose Petersen has re- turned from a two week stay with her daughter, Linda Pollert and family in Clinton, NC. She attended graduation ex- ercises for her granddaughter, Tracy Pollen, who graduated from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC., on May 13. Enroute home Rose visited with her daughter and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Howard Grarm in Springfield, IL. There is no admission fee Recent visitors in the and all four buildings will be home of Warren and Pat open to the public. Chaffey were Lettie and Clin- ton Wing of Walnut Creek, CA., and Renee and Bill NOTICE 7-89 Scharff of Richmond, CA. SUBSCRIBERS Lettie is Warren's sister and Check the date on your Renee is the Wings' daughter. subscription - it is stamped While in the area the Califor- right after your name on page nians visited local points of one. If it says 7-89 that means interest including Twenty your paper expires this month Talents Gallery in Bellevue, and will be stopped on July 1, NE., where Warren was one of 1989. the featured artists for the month of May. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is ther00 See me for car, home, life and health insurance. STATE FARM INSURANCE Call DICK DOTZLER Office: 755-5825 Home: 755-3298 513 Court, HARLAN, IA State Farm Insurance Companies * Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois The Poepsel children and friends attending were Patty Poepsel of Omaha, Kate and Matt Reed, Spring, TX., Jim Poepsel, Sue Poepsel and Dee Miranda all of Houston, TX., Frank Poepsel, Cedar Falls; Paula DePenning, Des Moines; John Poepsel, Wash- ington, DC., Sara Poepsel, Ames, and Mary Poepsel of Harlan. Guests during the Memorial Day weekend at the Clark Ahrenholtzes to become acquainted with their new daughter, Camilla, were Jay and Sue Nielsen, Nicole and Matthew, and A1 and Jo Kenkel, Max and Sam, of Defiance, and Scott and Dyann Burgess, Ross and Kelsey, of West Des Moines. A1, Scott and Clark attended ISU to- gether. Monday afternoon visitors were Howard and Dolores Mickelson, Annajean Ahren- holtz, Susan and Sara Kloewer. Saturday through Wednesday guests of Kenard Christensen and Lori were Steve and Patty Christensen, Lars and Jacob, of De Kalb, IL. Tim Christensen, Heather and Jeremy, and Carmen Munson and Trevor all of Es- sex were Saturday and Sunday guests. A family reunion was held at their home on Sunday. Guests attended from Harlan, Scranton, Carroll, Audubon, Ames, Honolulu, HI., and Los Angeles, CA. Shirley Hutt of Hemet, CA., was a May 20-22 guest at the Christensen home. Mr and Mrs Henry Paulsen attended graduation ceremonies for their grandson, Jeff Paulsen, who graduated from Shawnee Mission High School in Overland Park, KS., on May 25. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Rueben Paulsen. Also attending were Dr Wayne Paulsen of North Platte, NE., and Lisa Paulsen of Ottawa, KS. Edna Poepsel and chil- dren attended the Martens family reunion at the Holiday Inn in Omaha last Friday through Monday. There was 100 percent at- tendance of the eight Mertens children and the 21 grandchil- dren who gathered from nine states for the Memorial Day weekend event. RYAN SULLIVAN Ryan Sullivan to attend Boys State Ryan Sullivan, son of Ed Sullivan of Dunlap and the late Barbara (Koppold) Sulli- van, has been selected to at- tend Boys State at Camp Dodge in Des Moines, June 2- 8. He will represent Woodbine High School. He is the grandson of the Bob Sullivans of Earling, and the Virgil Koppolds of Harlan. His great grandparents are Leo Sullivan of Dunlap, Bar- bara (Frank) Koppold of Har- lan, and Marcella (All') Klein of Earling. lllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllZl. Area College News Jon David Kruse, son of Harley and Teresa Kruse of Harlan, received a bachelor of science degree in business ad- ministration majoring in management and marketing during graduation exercises at Missouri Western State Col- lege, St. Joe, MO., on May 20. Those attending were his parents, Harley and Teresa Krase, Paul Kruse family of Harlan, and Jim Kruse of "lama, IA. Jon is now em- ployed as a management trainee for Footlocker in Kansas City, MO. A reception was held Sun- day afternoon for Jon at his parents home. Those attending were Mylan and Corrine Kruse of Cedar Bluffs, NE., Mr and Mrs Dave Stessman of Deft- mace, Jim Kruse of Tama, Mr and Mrs John Klein, Mr and Mrs Clifford Kxuse and fam- ily, Paul, Tanya, Jason, Tony and Kevin Kruse of Harlan. -- PHOlil YOUll NIW! TO nullll -- The Precious Moments Personality Contest WINNERS JOCELYN BORKOWSK] CHRISTOPHER PETERSEN AUSHA Mr. & MrL Kevln Borkowekl Mr. & MrL lamy Petemen Mr. & MrL Ron Gau HARLAN AVOCA PERSIA I 1st pmzE 2nd PRIZE Little Tiger gLittle Tiger Little Tiger $00oo . sso Clothing Certificate .Iothing Certificate Clothing Certificate I ALL PRIZE WINNERS ARE ON DISPLAY IN THE STUDIO WINDOW ...a child touches your life, then disappears as an adult. Lasting memories by your - I lie Certed Professional Photograchers, Jim Noble & Mark Jacobs li i II I