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jj[Jl]l111111[llJJJ t Westphalia News 5-30-89 During the past several years, the Happy Hour senior citizen's club has taken a bus trip to various places as a group for an out-of-town treat for many who do not other- wise get the opportunity to travel. This year, however, due to rising costs of hiring a tour-bus, less funds in the club treasury account, etc., the members of the club voted to forego the annual trip and opted for a dinner together at a local restaurant instead. This occasion will be taking place on Monday, June 5. The reservations are for 5:30 p.m. and transportation will be provided by members of the club who drive. Contact c.hairwoman, Agnes Goet- zlnger, or treasurer Verena Schomers if you do not have a ride and wish to join us. There is no cost to members for this outing, or transporta- lion. CELEBRATES 13TH BIRTHDAY Guests at Randy Booths for a double Mother's Day party were: Martin Schwartes of New 12-Speed Mountain and Touring Bikes, and 10-Speed Touring Bikes only s149 tO s179 (2) 3-Speed Ladies (1) 3-Speed Mens (1) 5-Speed Mens (2) 10-Speed Mens (1) 20" Boys 5-Speed (1) 20" Boys Single Speed Used Bikes from $25 & Up! Boone. They also celebrated their daughter, Wendy's 13th birthday. May 21, Liz Rau accompa- nied Jan Rau to visit with Frank Rau at the Little Flower Haven. Monday eve., she accompanied Gladys Rau and Janice Schmitz, again spending some time with her husband. Gladys and Janice also visited with their mother who is also a resident there. Norbert Goeser from Om- aha visited with alga and Mildred Goeser Sunday. SEWING CLUB MET The St. Boniface Sewing Club met Thursday at Celie Schmitz's with 18 members able to attend. They also had one guest present, Marie Gau from Earling. They worked on one very large quilt and on one regular sized quilt. Lunch was brought by Mrs Harold Schulte. Hilda Schwery visited with Rosie Zimmerman Sunday afternoon. Til Schmitz attended the Shelby County committee meeting Monday at the Harlan senior citizen's center. Dawn Wageman, Dustin and Danielle and Dana Schmitz (Norman) were Sat- urday afternoon visitors at their grandparents, Wilfred Coenens. Zita Engel was a Wednes- day eve dinner guest of Vivian Graybill and Lucille McCord in Harlan. ATTENDED 50TH ANNIVERSARY Those from here attending the 50th anniversary Mass and reception for Sr. Marlene at Omaha last Sunday were Mary Jean Zimmerman, Zita Engel, Verena Schomers, Leo Hodapps and St. Brendan. This coming Sunday, June 4, St. Boniface parish will be hosting a reception and a spe- cial Mass will be at 4 p.m. in the afternoon, honoring our beloved Sr. Marlene for all her years of loyal and loving care she has provided to Co. Bluffs; Bob Booths and eve was spent vs]ting and Wayne Schwarte family all of playing cards. Harlan; Bill Schwartes of Thought for the week: Did Panama; Randy Schwarte you know that when the family of Westphalia and erasers on your favorite pen- Sandy Booth family of cils harden, .you can restore them by simply ruDDmg mere with an emery board? And when things turn green around me, I'm not sure whether it's spring, envy of clorophyll! Havea good week! ///////Earing111111111/111//111111111News'-`''`''1`''' ..... . ..... ..... iii..11 ..... i.!.1//.... .... .1111.1...111117"777W'/I 6-1-89 In conjunction with their unit on goods and services in Social Studies the second grade class of St. Joseph's School did the various activi- ties. May 26 they took a tour of Farmers Trust and Savings Bank and the Earling post of- fice. May 30, they went to Dennis Gauls farm and saw how cows were milked by machine. The drivers for this trip were Sharon Gross and Alex, Peg Pauley and Jane Bissen. When they came back to town they toured Gross's I.xx:ker and Leo's Tractor Ser- vice. Sunday supper guests of Leo Bickers were John Kleins and Jim Bieker family all of Harlan. Memorial Day dinner guests of John Kleins in Har- lan were Leo Biekers, Dorothy Graeve, Owen Heeses all of Earling and Max Cockrans of Omaha. GRADUATED FROM COLLEGE Ardian Gibbons Koesters, wife of Mark Koesters and daughter-in-law of Louis Koesterses, recently graduated summa cum laude from the Deaf Interertter Program at Iowa Western Community College in Co. Bluffs. John Weilands visited with Matt Graeve at Myrtue Hospital. John Weilands attended the wake of Matt Reinig and Gregory Wolken at Pauley Funeral Home Friday eve. Terry Weilands and Eliza- beth of Aurora, CO., arrived early Saturday morning at John Weilands. They came especially to attend a gradua- tion party at Tim Leicteigs and wer e Saturday an_ d Sunday overnight guests at the Wei- lands and left for their home Monday morning. Mick Arkfelds of Panama were Sunday afternoon and eve visitors of John Weilands. WEEKEND GUESTS Linda and Tammy Weiland of Louisville, TX., were weekend guests of Martha Koesters and also visited Sunday afternoon with John Weilands. John Weilands visited the cemetery in Westphalia Mon- day and also visited with Rosie Zimmerman in West- phalia. Dan Hoffmanns, Andy and Alex were Monday visitors of Bernie Wilwerding and Tony. Rita Block was also an after- noon visitor. Rita Block accompanied Bernie Wilwerding and Tony to Omaha Sunday afternoon to Jack Dempseys to attend a graduation party for Mary Sue Dempsey who graduated ear- lier in the day from Daniel Gross High School in Om- aha. Many other relatives, friends and classmates were also in attendance. Mary Carroll of Neola spent Friday night and Satur- day with Rita Block. She at- tended rehearsal and the dinner that followed at Ray Finkens Friday night and was a mem- ber of the wedding party for Carol Finken and Gerry Hen- derson Saturday. She returned home Sunday afternoon. Jeff Gaul family were weekend guests of Ray Finkens helping with preparations for and being members of the wedding party for Carol Finken and Gerry Henderson Saturday. Mary was matron of honor, Chad Gaul was r!ng .bearer, Amber t.Jaui ana Angle Liaul were mg at St. Joseph's Church. flower girls and Jeff was an Members presented the colors, usher. They returned to their did the readings, offertory home in Co. Bluffs Monday. gifts and were Communion LEGION HAD ministers. Music was by CHARGE OF SERVICES Betty Gaul and Run Heese. Members of American Le- Coffee and rolls was served in gion Post #615 had charge of the .parish hall following the the liturgy on Monday - morn- services. Borro00" Remember to save, too. A credit union tip: Saving is paying yourself FIRST! SINCE 1939 town Harlan 755-3881 members of this parish. Spe- cial note: there will not be a Summer Savin00 morning mass on June 4, the U ]lon, s afternoon Mass will be said instead. Congratulations, Sr. Marlene! Guests of Lorena Gubbels Tuesday eve were Margaret Gross, Helen Reinig and Vera Pauley of Portsmouth and Leona Kaufman and Verena Schomers of Westphalia. The Is Your. . . Disease Control in BALANCE Lingerie Savings Spend Your Dollars Wisely! Our D.V,-M. Center will save you money..products recom- mended by our professionals will have sound basis...you get only what you need...Come in today for... 'The Right Products at the Right Price." June Specials! Check Our Full Line of: Insecticide Ear Tags See us for the different types available. Injectible Iron $2.97/loo cc Dextran Injectable iron for $2.82/100 cc baby pigs. T w/12 --or more PINK SULFA $12.50/gal. $14.50/pkg. (100 gal. water) (128 gal. water) LA-200 $13.75/100 cc Long00_asti,g $27.50/250 cc 0xytetracycline $47.50/5oo cc DV[ f I Har I Fri TAKE INS CREOrr Westphalia Sale 5 adies Sleepwedr Save on a fabuloUS assortment of surnrn gowns, baby dolls or sleep shirts! Choose cotton, pal or woven in sizes Reg. $10-$19. Save up to 40%! Save 25% Coordinates Great savings! Mix & match tops, blazers, shorts, skirts, and pants from New Fashion , Land 'n Sea and Shirley of Atlanta . Poly/cotton comfort. Misses and Womens large sizes. Reg. $5.50-$21. Sale $4.12-$15.75. iV "i *1 i.I [ - Buy 2 Get One 'x   ': Ladies Briefs & Bikinis / Our entire stock! Save on your , --"---,,, ,';,  :/, ........  Super Look  control panties. Buy 2 " k \\; I colors and get a third of equal or " lesser value FREt:! Sizes 5-12 & s-XL. Reg. $1.50-$ ] 0.75. Save 20% Don't miss unbeatable savings Playtex Bras on famous Cross Your Hear style! Choose the style that's just , right for your figure! HARLAN VETERINARY ASSOCIATES .... (North side of Highway 44 in Harlan) i,,,,,.,,, i HARLAN, IA Harlan, Iowa PIt: 712-755-5466 Toll Free: 1-800-422-1028   1 A _ M-F 9-9. Sat. 9-5 Sun. 12-4