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Nei borhood News by Kim Wegener F Sac A -Pg. 5A arian IA Newsdvertiser I ri. mom., June 23, 1989 ) Phone 755-3111 Grote of Father's Larry Donald the 35th for Mr t8. The at the in Lake Band on June 15. He was the son of Edna Powell, Redmond, OR., and the late Clifford Watldns. Bruce was the grandson of the late Florence and Audie Watkins. The Watkins previ- ously owned the Watkins Cafe in Harlan. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn "Peach" Christensen Watkins, former Audubon resident, and three children: Todd, Brad and Lynn all of Van Nuys, Ca. Bruce was the nephew of Muriel Bacon of Harlan and Eugene Thomsen of Avoca. at the were Dr and Mrs Richard Cox, Thomas of Scottsdale, AZ., Ark- were guests of her sister, Ellen ,Joeba . Rosmann, June 15-19. They Do [ spent much of the time visit- ing with their mother, Katie all Mertens, a resident at the Rick Baptist Memorial Home. Fri- Colin . day dinner guests at the Ros- : Elmer mann home were Mr and Mrs Franklin Oppold and Mrs Agnes Herbst of Panama. Saturday Ellen and her Mi] guests visited with Ellen's City. sons, Mr and Mrs Ron the Rosmann and family, and Dr and Mrs Michael Rosmann and family, rural Harlan. A dinner was held on Fa- ther's Day at a local restaurant. atly re- Attending were Frank Casey tour and friend, Mr and Mrs Bill Casey and Becky, Mr and Mrs EF Pat Casey and daughters all of the Griswold, Dan Matthies, Walnut; Mrs Charles Harper is and dauglter, Omaha., Lee Casey and friend, Neola; Mr trance, and Mrs Mel Graeve and ire G daughters, Earling; Ellen Rosmann, Harlan; and Dr and Mrs Richard Thomas, Scotts- dale, AZ. Dr Harper just completed his residency at St. Joseph's Hospital and the family will be moving to Atlanta, GA. Dr and Mrs Thomas are continuing their vacation at Uni- the home of Mr and Mrs Chi- Robert Mertens, Fonda. They are also visiting other relatives in that area. Max Mr JOhnson €. Lee l'€- bOnald e, and of the dinner Dr Ronald R. Bringle, a school psychologist at Loess Hills A.E.A. #13 Harlan of- fice, has been designated a Nationally Certified School Psychologist by the National School Psychology Certifica- tion Board. Francis Schmieding of Columbia, SC., Sister Mary Ann Schmieding of Paducah, KY., and Mrs Pete Schmied- ing were visitors at the Clarence Arkfeld home on Tuesday evening. 18, died a Ca., July 2 - A reunion of Douglas #4 and "Springvalley will be held at 12:30 p.m. in Fiscus. Fiscus Community Club will have food available. Those attending are asked to bring lawn chairs and a pie. Happy 80th Birthday! Our Love to Our Mother, Grandmother & Great Grandmother! tCtB(3NO6 N,kU.WA AGAIN! Beauty Shop einen) 8"5; Saturday 8-12 5455 , IA. Harlan Beta Iota (00.hapter recognizes HCHS grads JASON BRETT NOON IAN ROBERT DECKER Jason Brett Noon. son of Jon and Cathy Noon of rural Walnut, will celebrate his first birthday, June 25. He has two brothers, Christian, 5, and Justin, 3. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Earl Noon of rural Wal- nut, Judy Hess of Carroll, and Kenneth Hess of Audubon. Ian Robert Decker celebrated his first birthday, May 18. He is the son of Corey and Kallie Decker, Harlan. His grandparents are Evalyn Gregory of Rutland, IA., and Mr and Mrs Terry Decker of Humboldt, IA. Ian's great grandmother is lone Decker, HumboldL Two 1989 Harlan Commu- nity High School graduates have been recognized for high academic excellence and inter- est in education by the Harlan Beta Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, an interna- tional society for teachers. The graduates received dictionaries. Jenny Peters, daughter of Carl and Judy Peters, Harlan, plans to major in elementary education at UNI in Cedar Falls. She worked as an aide at West Ridge Elementary School with the T&I program at the high school. Her activi- ties included volleyball, bas- ketball, track and softball. Teresa Schechinger, daugh- ter of Robert and Norene Schechinger, Panama, will at- tend Iowa State University and major in secondary mathemat- ics education. Her school ac- tivities included chorus, JENNY PETERS TERESA SCHECHINGER school plays, Quill and Scroll, yearbook co-editor, National Honor Society, language club, pompon squad, homecoming candidate, H-Club and student government. ii!::i:::!::::!:!:i :i:i:i:i:!:::::!::!$:::ii!ii:!:!:!!i!!!i:!:!:!:i:!!!!![!i![][.!i!iii:?.:::.+.:::::::::::.:.:*:.:`::.`.:::::::::::::..:.`.:.::::::::::q.%`: ',.. Amy Jo Andersen and Karen Blanche Zimmerman of Harlan have been named to the dean's list at Buena Vista College. They received 4.0 grade point averages for the spring semester. Andersen, who was a junior this year at Buena Vista, is the daughter of Phyllis Andersen of Harlan. Zimmerman, who was a senior, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwight Zim- merman, Harlan. Edie Plagman received a bachelor of science degree in dietetics-food and nutrition from Iowa State University on May 20. She has been ac- cepted at Barnes Hospital at Washington University Medi- cal Center in St. Louis, MO., for her dietetic intemship. Edie is the daughter of Ed and Margaret Plagman of rural Harlan. Paul Heiler of Columbia, MD., received his masters degree in computer science from the John Hop- kins University in Baltimore, MD., on May 26. He is the son of Rich and Barb Heller of Portsmouth. Heller is employed with Westinghouse in Baltimore. Penny Bartholomew of Irwin received a bachelor of arts degree with a history ma- jor from Sioux Fails College in Sioux Falls, SD., on May 21. She is the daughter of Ernest and Marjorie Plagman, rural Irwin. Daniel Buman, Harlan, has been named to the dean's list at Cornell College in Mount Vernon for the spring semester. He is the son of Joe and Bonnie Buman, Harlan. Daniel earned high honors (grade point average 3.8- 3.999.) Carol Lee Hanson of Shelby received a master of business administration degree from Washington University in St. Louis, MO., on May 19. Jason Dale Schnack earned a 4.0 grade point aver- age at Western Iowa Tech Community College in Sioux City for the spring term. He is a heating, sheet metal and plumbing student. Jayne Rau, daughter of Tom and Janiece Rau of Shelby, was named to the dean's list at the University of Iowa for the spring semester. She is a communications studies-education major, with minor in theatre and French teaching. Jayne spent a few days with her parents last week follow- ing a 10 day stay in the Uni- versity of Iowa Hospital. She was admitted to the hospital in serious condition following a head-on collision in Iowa City on May 30. Her injuries in- eluded a shattered kneecap which required surgery. MUSlCH ;mc Residential, Farm & €ommerdal wiring. General Repair CALL: 627-4610 or 627-4614 News Writers Wanted We need correspondents to represent Elk Horn, Fairview Twp., Walnut, Lincoln & N.E. Monroe Earn extra money writing neighborhood news from your home. All necessary supplies are furnished. Interested? Call Janet: 755-3111 Harlan Newspapers Photo Contributed Commanders take trip to Estes Park Nineteen members of the Commanders Club of the Shelby County State Banks just returned from a week long trip to Estes Park, CO. They were escorted by Sharon Petersen, club director. John Schwery of Colorado Vacations Resort was their host. Some of the highlights of the trip were stops at Rocky Mountain National Park, Continental Divide, Barleen Country Music Theatre. In Denver, they vis- ited the U.S. Mint, Brown Palace Hotel, Sukara Square (little Japan), and the Museum of Natural History and the Denver Zoo. The club has made reservations to go to Vacations Resort next June. Commanders Club potluck picnic will be held at noon on June 28 at Potters Park. Those attending need to bring one covered dish and a lawn chair. Bever- ages, meat, buns and place settings will be furnished. BIRTHS Francis Irwin [' is 500 card club hostess BOY -Todd and Michelle Pedersen of Avoca announce the birth of their son, Colby Jordan. He was bern June 18, 1989 and weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Colby has a brother, Michael, 5, and a sister, Keisha, 2. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Jerry Perkins, Essex; JoAnne Rice, Manistee, MI., and Haeven Pedersen St., of Des Moines. Colby's great grandparents are Mr and Mrs Orville Haines, Oakland; and Mr and Mrs Russell Thomas, Manis- tee, MI. Francis Irwin was the host- ess when her 500 card club met Tuesday at a local cafe. At the end of play, Rita Doran had high score, Bernice Stracke, second, and Marie Rau, consolation. The club will meet on July 1 at the home of Edna Weihs. 25th Anniversary Celebration PEACE HAVEN RETIREMENT HOME WALNUT, IOWA Pork Roast Supper-JULY 1, 5-8 p.m. Atlantic Big Band - JULY 2, Playing from 6-8 p.m. Dedication Service - JULY 2, 2 p.m. EVERYONE WELCOME! 7.379%* to rnaturity 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. Gordon L. von Ahsen 615 Durant Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 1-800-397-3908 "Sublect to Alttrnaev bamm Tmc Edward D. Jones & Co/ Mmbl New YO,'k Stock Exchar, Inc. Membe Securities Investo˘ Protection CorporlM[on Harlan couple marks 50th an niversary Rich and June Richards of Harlan celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 11 with a reception at the Methodist Church fellowship hall in Harlan. Hosting the event were the couple's three children and their families: Carole and Dennis Knowlton, Boulder, CO., Ryan Knowlton, of A.S.U., Tempe, AZ., and Lece Knowlton, Kansas City, KS., Randy and Becky Richards, Chase and Halli Jo, Cherokee, Shari and Ed Mehling, Phoenix, AZ., and Jeff Swarm, Tucson, AZ. Additional hosts and hostesses were Irma Martin and Mr and Mrs Joe Sondag, Harlan. Amy Jo Patten, Harlan, sang two solos. Out of town guests were Stella Dickison, Kinsgley, IA., Mr and Mrs Bob Dicki- son, South Sioux City, NE., Dorothy Hoppe, Baltimore, MD., Mildred Evenhuis, Hawarden, IA., Mr and Mrs Glen Evenhuis and family, Alton, IA., Mr and Mrs Herald Hamann, Anthon; Mr and Mrs AI Lay (the Richards' brides- maid), Glenville, NE., Arlene Williams, Bradenton, FL., Mr and Mrs Tony Backer, Ran- dolph, NE., Mr and Mrs El- wood Iverson, Hawarden, IA., Mr and Mrs Al Boyington, Dows; Mr and Mrs Ardell Rooney, Ralston, NE., Mr and Mrs Don Brundige, Irwin; Also Dr and Mrs Mark Markham and family, At- lantic; Eleanor Hundt, Un- derwood; Pat Musich, Roo- sevelt, UT., and Peggy Jo Henrikson Gragert, Ft. Worth, TX., and many friends and neighbors from Harlan. Congregate mealsite menus (May 26-30/ Monday- cook's choice. Tuesday - cold sliced turkey and ham, macaroni salad, rel- ishes (carrots, celery, pickles), dinner roll and fresh canta/ope. Wednesday- breaded fish pattx., mixed vegetables, apple sam(], Dun and vanilla pudding. Thursday. - barbegue chicken, baked potato ,me gelat!n with peas, cho=ce of oreaa ana ng COOKIe. Friday - roat beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, spinach with vinegar, clioice of bread and chocolate cake with frost- mLucille Ruth is mealsite I'! manager. For reservations call her at 755-2791, Monday-Fri- day. 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