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Nei hborhood News by KimWegener F Sac A -Pg. 5A adan IA News Advertiser I ri. morn., duly 14, 1989 J Phone 755-3111 .. in the D'Arcy came r parents' 20th Ed and uly 12, Brian and ulie, of are Kansas and of d Dan and qgie 10 from 23 Gerald and at- party Gene dinner Har- Were Har- Orville An- their ursday Gene's parents, Earl and Ruby Greer at Little Flower Haven in Earling. On July 9, they visited Mike Rasmussen in the afternoon. In the evening, Merle and Marge Greer came to Greers' for supper. LaDeane Johnson of Exira and LaVonne Chris- tensen of Kimballton hosted a birthday party for their mother, Edna Jessen, at the Christensen home on Sunday aftemoon. Attending were Mr and Mrs Kenny Knudsen and family, Duane Knudsen, Carroll; Mrs Kenneth Bramer and grand- daughter of Audubon, Mr and Mrs Steve Christensen and sons, Mr and Mrs Jon Jor- gensen and family and Keith Christensen of Audubon, Curtis Christensen of Ne- braska, and friend, Leila, of Guthrie Center, Mr and Mrs Jerry Johnson and Kara, Mr and Mrs Gary Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Pete Nelsen and Billy all of Exira, Lena Nielsen and Mr and Mrs Don Madsen, Kimballton. Several guests were in Harlan over the weekend for the Jensen family reunion. Guests at the Henry Paulsen home were Mr and Mrs Reuben Paulsen, Overland Park, KS., and Mr and Mrs Ron Hutchins and Phillip, Stone Mountain, CA. Guests in the Lloyd Nelson home were Mr and Mrs Larry Wal- ton and Wendi, Watkinsville, CA., and Mrs Andy Arnold and Allison, Arlington, VA. Visitors in the Charlie Swanson home were Randy Paulsens and Steve, Owa- tonna, MN. Mrs 29- Dr. Morgan (north selected for have and Fellows program Dr. Michael D. Morgan, Director of Elementary Educa- tion of the West Ridge Ele- mentary School, was selected in the as a member of the 22nd been I/D/E/A Academy of Fellows summer program. This an- OH. nouncement was made by the Institute for Development of of Educational Activities, Inc., Were and the Kettering Foundation. Dr. Morgan was nominated by other administrators and the selected to be among the one percent of the outstanding American educators to partici- pate in a week-long seminar July 9-15 at Regis Col- lege/Loretto Heights campus, a n d Denver, CO. Bryn During the week, a faculty Gene of nationally prominent Men- educational leaders address the and Fellows and meet with them Mike in small groups to consider effective leadership for educa- tional issues. and With - PHONE YOUR NEWS TO 755-31|1 -- t00eto make OWn derisions. are some 'You can make. personal ' from the burden at ( FIRST BIRTHDAYS RANDY BRUCK :ii! ii!iiii!il :i NICOLE SCHWERY Randy Charles Bruck cele- brated his first birthday, June 29. He is the son of Raymond and Theresa Bruck of Persia. Randy has three sisters, Becky Ann, 10 1/2, Janet Marie, 9, and Linda Jean, 5 1/2, and one brother, Raymond Leonard, 2 1/2. His grandparents are Ray- mond and Madonna Nowatzke, Earling, and Leonard and Alice Bruck, Portsmouth. Nicole Renae Schwery, daughter of Dan and Bev Schwery of Harlan, celebrated her first birthday, July 7. She has two brothers, Derek, who will be six years old on July 21, and Adam, 3 1/2. Her grandparents are Harold and Alice Schwery, rural Ear- ling, and Ed and Helen Miller, rural Panama. Nicole's great grandmother is Mary Miller, Harlan. iiiii00i t ":::;!i!ii!iiiiii!!iii::;!ii!iiiii!ililiii!!ili!ii:.i:,i !iiliiii!ii!i!:.i :.  ::..,!.:: :;::!  ;iii;ii  ; John H. Grote, Portsmouth; Mary Theresa Greving, Elk Horn; and Jen- nifer Colleen Denning, Avoca; received degrees from Briar Cliff College in Sioux City during graduation exercises in May. Area students earning degrees from the College of Saint Mary's in Omaha at the conclusion of the spring semester are listed by home- towns: Defiance - Kelly Jane Erlbacher, B.S, daughter of Mr and Mrs Allan Erlbacher; Earling - Michele Mary Gaul, cum laude, B.S., daughter of Mr and Mrs Ro- man Gaul; Gayla Marie Koch, A.S., daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Koch. Harlan Julie Rose Graeve, B.S., daughter of Mr and Mrs Leonard Graeve; Irwin- Beth Ann Sextro, B.S., daughter of Mr and Mrs David Sextro; Portsmouth - Janet Lea Croghan, B.S. summa cum laude, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard I.feber. Several area students received degrees during, spring commencement exercises at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls in May. Students are listed by home- towns. Avoca -Carol Lee, BA- teaching, biology; Defiance - Philip Kenkel, BT, manufacturing technol- ogy-production; Harlan . John Poepsel, BA, history; Neola- Carol Stinn, BA- teaching, elementary educa- tion. Students who have been named to the dean's list at the University of Iowa in Iowa City for the spring semester are listed below by home- towns: Earling. Nancy Wingert; Elk Horn - Jane Hoegh; Harlan - Diane Hulsebus, Thomas Noble, Stefanie Ron- feldt, Brandon Sherer, James Henschel, Lisa J. Nichols, David Thomsen and Jay Goeser. Irwin - Sherry Nelson and John Kutnink; Shelby - Jayne Ran. Sherri Sorensen, daugh- ter of Richard and Dorothy Sorensen of Irwin, will be spending the fall term study- ing in Mexico under a special program administered there by Central College, Pella. The program is centered in Merida, the capital city of Yucatan, and is designed to give students an opportunity to experience another culture on a daily basis. Sherri is a junior at Central College. C "Cross-Lites says: God will show me the path of life, in His presence is fullness of joy and there are pleasures forevermore. Beth Reinig, daughter of Edward and Betty Reinig of Panama, has been named a Student Ambassador at Iowa State University for the 1989- 90 year. Student Ambassadors travel to high schools inform- ing prospective students about college life. Daniel Delbert Wingert of Panama received an associ- ate in applied science degree in electrical technology from Northwest Iowa Technical College in Sheldon during commencement exercises in May. Ronna L. Pethoud Miner of Harlan, and Walter H. Jacobsen of Walnut have been named to the dean's list for the spring semester at Simpson College, Indianola. Ronna is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald W. Pethoud, Harlan. Walter is the son of Mr and Mrs Leo H. Jacobsen, WalnuL Jensen family reunion held in Fiscus A Jensen family reunion potluck,was held July 8 at Merrills Grove Baptist Church, Fiscus. Those attending were Grace Paulson, Clark's Grove, MN., and her children: Mrs Andy Arnold and Allison, Arling- ton, VA., Mr and Mrs Larry Walton and Wendi, Watkinsville, GA., Mr and Mrs Ron Hutchins and Phillip, Stone Mountain, GA., Mr and Mrs Randy Paulson and Steve, Owatonna, MN., Mr and Mrs Jeff Quam, Gretchen and Wade, Albert Lea, MN., Mr and Mrs Charles Swanson, Harlan, and her children: Melissa Dinesen, Germany; Cheryl Martinz, Council Bluffs, and Ian and Trever Dinesen, Coolidge, AZ.; Also Mr and Mrs Merle Nelson and Mr and Mrs Ev- erette Nelson of Audubon, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Nelson, Mr and Mrs Henry Paulson, Mr and Mrs James Zea and family all of Harlan, Breg Wayneburl, Holland. The reunion was held in honor of Lloyd Nelson's, Ron Hutchin's and Wade Quam's birthday. Grace Paulson's family also had a surprise "This Is Your Life" program for her. Each family member spoke about memories with Grace and gave her a gift. All of the above guests at- tended a dinner at Harlan restaurant on Sunday. Addi- tional guests were Mr and Mrs Everette Wendt, Manning, and grandson, Travis Roat, Green- field, James Weber, Audubon; Donna Miller, Phoenix, AZ., Mr and Mrs Jerry Nelson, Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Galen "Sam" Nelson and family, Sioux City; Mr and Mrs Reuben Paulson, Overland Park, KS., Mrs Charles Schnack, Audubon; Tami Schnack and Dave Swank of Council Bluffs and Mr and Mrs Edward Jensen. Shelby County 4-H fashion participants Shelby County 4-H intermediate fashion revue and clothing selection participants were judged last Friday in the Shelby County State Bank community room. Winners will be announced at the 4-H style show on July 15 with the constructed garments to be modeled at 1:30 p.m fol- lowed by the purchased garment show at 2:30 p.m. at the Shelby County Fair. Front from left: Shilo Fiscus, Darci Zea, Jereme Chamberlain, Court- ney Pleak, Becky Schmitz; Middle: Susan Lambert, Chad Manz, Stephanie Haas, Shelli Claussen; Back: Erin Pleak, Julie Rold, Sara Johannsen, Cheri Swearingen, Stacy Smith and Beth Schwery. Not present for the photo was Tara Jensen. Defiance United Methodist Church - Pastor Walt Bernard. 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning worship. Irwin United Methodist Church - Pastor Walt Bernard. 9:45 a.m. Sunday morning worship. Kirkman United Methodist Church - Pastor Walt Bernard. 11 a.m. Sunday morning worship. Tuesday, July 18 - 7:30 p.m., adminis- lrative council. COLOR PRINT FILM BY KODAK and Fuji, at new low prices. Have your film processed and printed same day at Harlan Tribune, 755- 311L 111I IIIIIIII1111111111 00i00:Library Lines ..] _ :I i,1 ? "" " "" "" " .............................. By Mary Finken VALUE LINE .,,.: : .: $ : ::::::.:::::: ::::$ : : !: :  :::::::::::::::::::::::: :::,.', -: Four area students re- ceived degrees during com- mencement exercises at Simpson College, Indianola, in May. Students are listed by hometowns. Harlan - Wendy J. Chick- ering, daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Chickering; Kathryn S. Faris, daughter of Susan Steinkuehler; and Ronna L. Pethoud, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald W. Pethoud; Walnut - JoDee L. Win- Earling - Kerry Gaul, Dale Schaben; Elk Horn. Jeanette Doe- nan, Kimberly Jacobsen, Sally Jacobsen Ortgies; Harlan Brad Blum, Vaughn Perry, Jeffrey Scott; Irwin . Julia Bartelson, Scott Kington; Logan. Jodi Pond; Neola. Beth Royer; Shelby . Michelle Has- call; Walnut - Scott Blum and terhof, daughter of Mr and Mrs Sara Erlandson. Warren Winterhof. The library now has a subscription to Value Line, an in- vestment service, available for your use. This was paid for by contributions from individuals. It is located on the career in- formation table and is for use in the library. The library has a copy machine so that information you need can be copied. Every week Value Line examines a broad fiehl of 1700 stocks and brings you the latest, up-to-date information in three separate sections. A Selection & Opinion section has a wealth of investment background. A Summary & Index sec- tion shows the updated ratings of 1700 stocks for future rela- tive Performance and Safety. In the Ratings & Reports sec- tion, each of 1700 stocks is the subject of a comprehensive new full-page Rating & Report at least once every three months. These full-page reports serve as an invaluable refer- ence library for the individual investor. BOOKS FOR SUMMER READING While My Pretty One Sleeps, by Mary Higgins Clark The Good Times, by Russell Baker, recalls his formative years as a journalist, a period during his twenties and thirties that saw an ebullient and prosperous America under presidents Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy. The Russia House, by John LeCarre. Adventure and sus- pense by the author of Smiley's People. Journey, by James Michener. Five men are swept away in a speculation frenzy born of the 1897 Klondike gold rush, and they brave the rugged Canadian wilderness for nearly two years to fulfill their dream. Summer of '49 by David Halberstam. The year the Boston Red Sex and the New York Yankees battled to the last game for the American League Pennant. Many more books are in the library for your leisure reading. mm am II l II am am am am am I Anna Marie Mills, Lori Swanson, Harlan, daughter of Mrs Warner Gross David McMahon, Manilla, and of Earling has been selected to Bradley Lynch received awards Who's Who Among Students during a recent honors asscm- in American Junior Colleges.. bly at Northwest Missouri She is a student at Kansas State University in Maryville, City Kansas Community MO. College. Her name will be in- Swanson was honored with eluded in the 1989 edition of one of the University's Mar- Who's Who Among Students shall and Beatrix Ford Memo- in American Junior Colleges rial Scholarships annually directory. awarded to applicants on the basis of grade point average and an interview with a selec- Four area students have tion committee, been named to the dean's list McMahon received one of at Drake University for the four Mahalla Saville Scholar- spring semester. Students are ships, which are awarded to listed by their hometowns: history or social science ma- jors on the basis of having a 3.0 grade point average or better. Lynch was recognized with the presentation of the Ameri- can Institute of Chemistry Award which annually honors NOTICE 8-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your subscription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 8-89 that means Athletic Physicals your paper expires this month and will be stopped on Aug. 1, 1989. will be given after hours by: , ,, | : mmmmmmmmmmmm free bOoklets on: _B ,:i, :  ,::':, [ Preplanning i ............. m ! ] Harlan Doctor's Clinic ' Zip I CALL Baldwin at Ninth 755-5131 755-3135" BERT'S FOR AN APPOINTMENT AUTO REPAIR 755-3773 907 Cyclone Harlan, Iowa Bert Hillers, owner Kimbailton . Jan Jensen; Maniila. Joni Schwarte; Manning . Karla Bo- gatzke; Panama - Dana Michels. Bruce Rewerts of Deft- outstanding seniors majoring ance, Patrick Graving of Elk in chemistry. Horn, and Bob Keane of Several area students have been named to the dean's list at Iowa State University in Ames for the spring semester. Students are listed by hometowns: Avoca - Jay Dinklage; Defiance - Daniel Dot- zler, Randy Heimerman, Louis Scheuring; Dunlap - Alice Allmon, Edwin Grote, Thomas Lapke; PRESENT THIS COUPON FOR A STEAMING 30% OFF Any One Reg. Priced Item Nowthru Mon., July 17. o00Its Ca rolj,,a 40 P4kot 1 1/2 Blocks E. of Spurgeon's imnlllilalmilll Panama will serve as resident assistants at Iowa State Uni- versity in Ames during the fall semester. Resident assistants advise residence hall students and serve as student leaders. They are responsible for all administrative activities, edu- cational and social program- ming, behavioral issues and community development in their residence hall floors or wings. PRINTING PRINTING Letterheads Envelopes Billheads Brochures Posters Handballs Wecan pnnt most anything Harlan Newspapers Phone 755-3111 iiii i