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Reported child abuse, 1988 According to the National Center for Child Abuse Prevention, at least 3,797 cases of child abuse were reported in 1988 in the U.S. Of 38 states reporting, neglect was the main type of maltreatment, followed by physical and sexual abuse. TYPES OF CHILD ABUSE IN THE U.S.,1988 In percent of total cases: Emotional "includes reat maltreatment 4% of harm and Sexual OthM* 2% abuse and abuse neglect combined 17% Physical abuse NOTE: AIa., Ariz., Oel., D.C., Kan., Mass., Minn., Nay., N.Y., N.D., Ohio, Wash. and W. V not reporD'ng. 8OURCE: Nalonal Center for enid At:xe Prevenlion InleGN ) 1900 North Amedca $1mdlcate, 7-12-89 Hilda Fuller and Sadie Fascher of Harlan attended Presbyterian Church services Sunday and then drove to Carroll for dinner. In the afternoon, they visited in Manning with Hilda's sister and brother-in-law, Herb Bromerts and with their chil- dren: Tom Bromert family from Sun Valley, AZ., and Ron Bromerts of Peru, South America, who were visiting there. Edna Mitzel went to Harlan Monday night to visit her daughter and family, Jim Goeser family. Other visitors were John Ledfords and Kyle of Overland Park, KS., and Jamie Goeser of Omaha. Norma Wamboldt and Patrick of Aurora, CO., ar- rived Wednesday to visit with her sister and family, Ron Rasmussen family and also with her mother, Cecil Maack at the Manilla Manor. They returned home July 6. ATTEND CHIPMAN/ RINKER WEDDING Saturday, Irmin Redings, Lyle Muhlbauers, Sara and Lori, Troy Mohrs and Matthew and Marvin Reding and Cory of Grinnell auended the wedding of Sherrill Chipman and Rex Rinker held at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Harlan. Sherrill is the daughter of Ray Chipmans. Mrs Chipman and Mrs Irmin Reding are sisters. Mrs Donna Rohe, Steven, Neil and Jason of LeMars spent from July 2-5 with her parents, Rep. Louis Muhlbauers. July 5, Donna Rohe family and Mrs Louis Muhlbauer visited with Russ Bakers at Papillion, NE. They also visited with Laurie Muhlbauer at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha and with Tom Muhlbauer at Co. Bluffs. Karen Lampman of Carroll visited with her mother, Edna Mitzel Wednesday afternoon. A poduck supper was held Monday night at Violet Rasmussen's. Guests present were Ron Rasmussens, Brenda and Tammy, John Rasmussens, Gene and Eric, LeRoy Palmers, Ola Sleister, Ruth McClelland and Heather Blum all of Manilla; Gary Palmers, K.ristine and Jacob of West Des Moines and Hazel Volquartsen of Manning. ATTEND 20TH CLASS REUNION July 1, Russell Baker fam- ily of Papillion, NE., were overnight guests of her folks, Rep. Louis Muhlbauers. They came especially to attend Russell's 20th class reunion at Manning, Saturday night. Nanmo Sondermans of Winden, MN., and LaVerne Petersen and Steve of Albia were Saturday dinner guests of Dale McCones. Friday night guests of Dale Meiners family were Mike Meiners of Omaha; Dale McCones, Herman Meiners and Oral Tagues. CELEBRATE BIRTHDAY Guests Thursday afternoon at Ruth McClelland to help her celebrate her birthday were Maurice Campbells, Nellie Ickes of Irwin; Mrs Ado Petersen of Kirkman; Mrs Randy Schechinger family, Linda Palmer and Violet Rasmussen. Eve visitors were Eugene Sleister of Denison and Monica McClelland of Harlan. Monica was an overnight guest. Gary Palmers, Kristine and Jacob of West Des Moines spent the July 4th weekend with his parents, LeRoy Palmers and also her parents, Don Bauers. A TRIP TO COLUMBUS Rep. Louis Muhlbauers drove to Columbus, NE., last Saturday to Leo Theiles and attended an annual Invitational Golf outing. Phyllis's cousin, Herb Sextro of Omaha was also an overnight guest. During the drvies to and from Columbus, the Muhlbauers visited with their daughter-in- law, Mrs Tom Muhlbauer at St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha. Mike Meiners of Omaha spent the weekend visiting his parents, Herman Meiners and other relatives. Rep. RuM Maulsbys of Rockwell City visited with Rep. Louis Muhlbauers Monday. Irmin Redings were Satursday eve dinner guests of Larry Redings in Omaha en- _-'--_ route to Bennington, NE., where they were weekend " 3 5 g' guests of their daughter and r =,- son-in-law, Jim Davises and , Elizabeth. Roger Jensens spent taa :--.": Saturday and Sunday at .... Davenport, Des Moines and Boone. Mrs Roger Jensen and Mrs LuAnn Hamberbergor of Denison spent Friday at Lake View with Mrs Bill Soil and John Jensen. Scott DeLances and Shawn of Fredricksburg were week- end guests of her parents, Ralph Beams. GUESTS FOR DINNER Larry Sleister of Guthrie Center was a dinner guest of his parents, Robert Sleisters Friday. James Sleisters and girls of West Burlington were week- end guests of his parents, Robert Sleisters. Mary Louise Hulsebus of Phoenix, AZ., visited at Eldon Olsons one day last week. Carl Rostermundts and Eldon Olsons attended the se- nior citizen dance at Denison Friday night. Jim Grosses, Tammy and Christy, Amy and Stephanie Short of Bridgeport, TX., at- tended the wedding reception for Mary Jane Miller and Jeff Peters at the Aspinwall Community Bldg., Saturday afternoon. LeRoy Palmers visited his father, Ernie Palmer in Denison, Sunday night. Roger Olson of Co. Bluffs came Wednesday morning to visit his mother, LuRene Olson. He stayed overnight and returned to his home Thursday night. CELEBRATING 80TH BIRTHDAY Norma Gross, Tammy and Christy went to Defiance Tuesday to help Katherine Sonderman celebrate her 80th birthday. Jack Wielands, Amy and Stephanie Short of Bridgeport, TX., flew to Harlan Friday and stayed with her sister and family, Jim Gross family. Mike Shorts came Saturday. They all re- turned home Monday. Henry Wagemans of Defiance were Friday supper guests. They all attended the open house for John Weiland's 80th birthday at the Earling Hall Sunday. ATTEND POTLUCK A neighborhood potluck dinner was held Sunday at the Manilla Fireman's Hall. Guests present were Herman Meiners, Brian Brucks and Pami, Clyde Thompsons, Hilda Fuller, Jim Fuller fam- ily, Phil Stracke family, Dale Meiner family, Dale McCones, Alda Goetz, Leo McSorley, Vernon Nordby and Claire McSorley. OUR CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT STAND OUT IN A CROWD!  Day ................. $5,000 mtnimLn .................... 9.00% 6 mos ................... *2,500 mtntmmn .................... S.O0% mos ................. $2,500 mlnimun 8.25% roDS ................. $5,000 m00a00num .................... 8.25% Rml lubject ) ange. your mvlnl Immmd Io 8100,(X)O cRniDrr UNION SINCE 1939 Harlan 7S5-3881 Nestphalla 627-4621 Deadline for state fair livestock entries approaches July 21 marks the last day entries will be accepted for state fair livestock shows. 4- H'ers who plan to exhibit livestock must fill out their entry forms and return them to the local Extension office before the July deadline, said Barbara Dunn, Shelby County Extension 4-H and Youth l.e.ader. The livestock depart- ment includes classes for dairy, dairy goats, dogs, horses and ponies, poultry, sheep, swine and cats. New policy changes will enable more 4-H'ers to partic- ipate in competitive and co- operative learning situations at the fair, Barb said. 4-H'ers who have reached their 10th birthday but not their 19th birthday by Sept. 15, 1988, are eligible to participate in events beyond the county level, unless show regulations are more restrictive. Also, 4- H'ers who graduated prior to 1989 are ineligible to exhibit beyond the county level. The Iowa State Fair will be open to 10-ear-olds in the 4- H communications and live- stock departments for the 1989 fair. Participation by younger 4-H'ers in the two departments will be evaluated to determine the feasibility of offering 10- and 11-year-olds the opportunity to participate in all 4-H departments at the state fair in 1990. For more information on the new age policy, or to ob- tain an Iowa State Fair premium book and entry in- formation, contact the Shelby County Extension office. Extension programs are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or handi- cap. i Ii i i NEED A MAILING ENVELOPE: see the various sizes at the Hadan Tribune. IN EMERGENCY CALL (712] 755-2 or your local emergency Continuing education workshops offered Myrtue Memorial Hospital regularly offers continuing education workshops for area First Responders, EMTs and Paramedics. During the past year, some of the topics covered by these workshops have included helicopter safety, bum emergencies, pediatric trauma, obstetric emergencies, medical emer- gencies, pesticide poisonings, agricultural emergencies, hot and cold emergencies and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) train- ing. The hospital has also been a sponsor of the Southwest Iowa EMS Council's annual semi- nars and works with the Shelby County EMS Association on coordinating and evaluating annual disaster drills. Disaster drills help prepare emergency situations that would involve mass casualties 7-11-89 Fred Drehers attended the air show at the Harlan airport last weekend. CHURCHES OF CHRIST FAMIUES CAMPED OUT Redline and Harlan Churches of Christ families camped out at Prairie Rose Lake last weekend. Larry, Stephanie and Gary Reeves of Kansas City, KS brought Vita Reeves of Olathe, KS., to visit at Lynn Andersens. Brenda and Brian Kite an- nounce the arrival of their son, Paul Svend at Clarkson Hospital in Omaha, June 27. Paul Weighed 7 lbs. 2 ozs. Grandparents are Merlin Knudsens of rural Kimballton and Robert Kite of Kimballton. Buster Andersen, Wilma Andersen and Lynn Andersens and Nancy were guests at Roy Andersens July 4. Gaylord Rasmussens of Chicago spent several days at his parents, Holger Rasmussens, last week. Orville Hansens and Kenneth Hansens and Angie attended the Hose Show in Audubon Sunday. Lyle Knudsens and Dan Knudsen family were guests at Leonard Fiscuses July 4. BRIDAL SHOWER FOR LONA LARSEN There will be a miscella- neous bridal shower for Lona Larsen at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, July 15 at 7 p.m. Lona is the daughter of Leroy Larsens. Norma Lambert was guest at Bill Lamberts Sunday afternoon to celebrate Mark's birthday. Later they visited Todd Kellys to see the new baby, Marissa. Roy Andersen and Vita Reeves were Sunday dinner guests at Lynn Andersens. Chris Rasmussen of Harlan and his daughter, Karen Alderage and Andrew of Kansas City visited LaVerne Hansens Wednesday. Herbert Larsens, Sine Jensen, Lorena Petersen and Virgil Jensens were among the guests at a reunion of Hamlin #2 school at Audubon Sunday. guests BABY BOY BORN Bill Newmans of Des Herbert Moines are parents of a boy born June 30. He has been among named Alexander Deitrick. Vithens Grandparents are Richard help Mrs Johnsons of KimbaUton. Mrs Clara (Joe) Petersen of Harlan Orville is great-grandmother. H a n s e n Wednesday, Mrs Orville S; Hansen and Harvey Nelsons attended Ak-Sar-Ben Horse night. Show at Shelby County fair- Ten grounds. Later they joined Neighbor( Leonard Nelsons of Elk Horn; fee Orville Hansen and Mrs Rolando Santisteban and Anna for dinner at Gene Greers to celebrate Harvey Nelson's birthday. This was also a farewell dinner for with Harvey Nelsons who left for their home at Grand Junction, 3 ITIOS. CO., the following day. Harlan Virginia Rasmussen and Anabelle Petersen visited Grace and Alma Christensen and John Hulsebuses 50 Wednesday afternoon. Lisa Hansen and Skip 100 Hayford of Blair, lifE., were guests at LaVerne Hansens Sunday. take Kevin Whitsitts family of HARL Columbia, MO., and Richard to their newspaper local news* I owans look to their local news for information on where to shop on what's going on. And they it often. In fact, 62.3% keep newspaper in their homes for days. weekender000000 c/00g NEWS ADVERTIS *Consumer Data Service, Oklahoma City, OK, December 1988