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HarlanNews LET'S GET PERSONAL --report your out-of-town trips and guests regularly. Your friends and relatives enjoy reading these little items and your hosts and guests appreciate your courtesy in reporting them. Mr and Mrs L. F. Richardson of Cleveland, Ohio are houseguests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Larson. They are here to spend some time with Mrs Richardson 's mother, Mrs L. H. Rasmussen at the Memorial Home. Another daughter and son- in-law, Mr and Mrs Harold Ridge of Muscatine, arrived Tuesday to visit with her mother. The families will visit the Johnny Rasmussen family also. Mr and Mrs Russell Lund, Julie and Richard, with their guests, Mr and Mrs R. D. Zimerman of Blair, Neb. are spending their vacation at Vacation Village, through July 18. Dr. Paul Peterson of Davenport spent several days with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harley Peterson after a three week vacation in Mexico. Dr Petersen is an instructor at the Palmer College of Chiropractics at Davenport. Mr and Mrs H. H. Vander Plaatz of Littleton, Colo. returned to their home Tuesday after spondtng the past week with her mother, Mrs John Paulsen. They had brought Mrs Paulsen home after she had accompanied the Harvey Jensen family of State College, Penn. to Colorado for a visit. Mrs Jensen is also a daughter of Mrs Paulsen, and she and her family spent several days here. Rev. and Mrs Martin Car- stensen returned Friday from Lake Okoboji where they spent three days vacationing with his son, the Dale Carstens of Kansas City and with a granddaughter and her family, Mr and Mrs Dick Morris of Chicago. Mr and Mrs Louie Jensen and family have returned from a weeks vacation in the Ozarks of Missouri. They stayed at Lake Park near Camdenton, Mo. Recent guests at the Russell Noble home, called here by the death of Mrs Noble's father, James Mungon, were her sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs D. B. Prouty of Pine Bluff, Wyo., and her brother, Mr and Mrs Pat Mungon of Carroll. Also Mr and Mrs Tom Eisenhauer of Springfield, Va. and Mr and Mrs Tom Nesmith of ennadoah. Funeral services were held at Mrs Royal Lohry of Sioux City spent Thursday and Friday with her mother, Mrs Ed Fosby. Mr and Mrs Larry O. Smith, Kelly, Kerrie and Tracey were Friday evening visitors with Mrs Smith's mother, Mrs Marjorie Howard. Word was received here of the death of Arthur Larsen of Gothenburg, Neb., brother of Mrs Carl Norgaard and Mrs Edward Jensen. Funeral services were held Friday in Gothenburg. He died after having undergone surgery for a brain tumor at a Mt. Pleasant hospital. Attending services were Messrs and Mmes Carl Norgaard, Edward Jensen, Howard Norgaard of Min- neapolis, Mrs Lelend Miller and Brenda of Pheouix and Mrs Stan Hageman of Hinton, Ia. Cadet Richard Rushenberg returned to the Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. after spending two weeks with his parents, Mr and Mrs Alvin Rushenberg. Mr and Mrs Howard Norgaard, Bruce and Phillip of Minneapolis, Minn., left Thur- sday morning after spending a week with his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Norgaard. Dinner guests Monday evening in their honor were Mrs Anna Norgaard and Mr and Mrs Donald Norgaard and Jimmie. Tuesday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Edward Jensen and the Lelend Miller family of Phoenix, Ariz. Michelle Anderson attended the Methodist Church Camp at Camp Wesley W6ods near In- dianola last week. Her parents Mr and Mrs Don B. Anderson went to get her Saturday. Mrs Paul Bendon of Clarence, Ia. is visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jess Lytle. Dinner guests of Mrs Mattie Haferbier at the Holiday Buffet Thursday were P.F.C. Marlin Gubbels, Mrs Berniece Gubbels and Mrs Dale Winn and family. Mrs Elliott Svendsen and Mrs Wilbert Svendsen attended a miscellaneous shower honoring Carol Svendsen Saturday af- ternoon at the Newell Keele home near Blencoe. Carol will be married to Johnny Stoll July 26 at Notice 8/69 subscribers Check the date on your subscription -- it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 8/69 that means your paper expires this month and will be stopped on Aug. 1, 1969, uzfless renewed promptly. t TWIN BOYS: Mr and Mrs Martin Zaccone are the parents of identical twin sons born July 14, weighing 6 lb. 2 oz. and 6 lb. 10 oz. They join a family of four girls and one boy and have been named Thomas Martin and Joseph Martin. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Jake N. Jacobsen of Harlan and Mr and Mrs Paul Zaccone of Council Bluffs. Guests of Mrs O. R. Dawson Wednesday through Friday, was her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Wayne Bonewell, and her nephew and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Bonewell and sons, all of Rudy, Ark. They also visited Mr and Mrs Virgil Mathiasen. Mrs Lillian Kinkennon and her son Pvt. John Kinkennon of Ft. Lee, Va., visited Mr and Mrs John B. Lyon and Tami at Cedar Falls last week. Dinner guests recently at the Kinkennon home in John's honor included, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson and daughters and Mrs Mabel Hayward, all of Irwin and Mrs T. L. Sohl of Harlan. Mrs Kinkennon and John visited Mrs A. M. Eriekson at Creston, Friday. John returned to Fort Lee today after a fifteen day leave. Mr and Mrs John Erickson and family and Mr and Mrs Jerry Lytle and family spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji with Mr and Mrs Galen Ahrenholtz. The Ahrenholtzs' have been at. the Lakes for sometime where he is doing repair work on Rev. Walter Olsen's cottage. Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Gaillord Nelson were her sister and brother-in-law, the Robert Ktilgaards of San Diego, Calif., another sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs.R.M. Swensen of Omaha, also her sister, Mrs F. W. Franzwa of Glidden. They were joined on Sunday for a family reunion by the following out of town people, Mr and Mrs Milton Sorensen, Irving Sorensen and Julia Plumb all of Omaha, Mrs S. J. Jacobsen of Council Bluffs and Helen Fuller of Birmingham, Ala. as Dunlap, July 14. the Bethel Baptist Church. well as relatives from this area. Galland's Grove MRS WALTER SUMMERFIELD JULY 16 Tuesday night Elmer Wagermans of Defiance called at the Greg Langenfeld home to see Mr Langenfeld who is recuperating from an eye operation. The Gerald Hanigan famil attended the Dow City Centennial" parade Sunday afternoon. The Kenneth Lapke family attended the Centennial celebration in Dow City. Walter Shumates and grandchildren, Butch and Sandra Shumate of Soldier, were recent visitors of the Cless Kibby Evans family. The John Harrington family of Omaha took care of the Evans' farm while they were gone. Mike Assmann spent last week with the family of Mrs Gene Treml of Panama. Mrs Phil Freund attended the Dow City Centennial celebration Sunday. Ray Feser and Dean of Dow City were Friday night visitors of Greg Langenfelds to see Mr Langenfeld. Mary Jo Hanigan was a Wednesday afternoon and overnight guest of Kathleen Assmann. family. Marcia Omaha soent the weekend in the parental Walter Summerfield home. The John Assmann family attended the Dow City centennial parade and called at the Carl Assmann home. The Walter Shumate family of Soldier were Sunday dinner guests in the Walter Shumate St. home. Norman Nielsens attended the Stunmerfield-Siglin wedding in Dunlap Saturday afternoon. The Robert Probasco family and Kristy Jochims were Sunday dinner guests in the Milfred Wflkins home. Richard Rosman of Omaha spent Friday evening through Sunday with the Bernard Lapke family. Terry Treml of Panama spent last week with the Robert Assmann family. Linus Langenfelds of Dow City visited the Greg Langeufelds Wednesday night. Friday night, Phil Freunds were visitors of the Jim Freund family at Earling. Mr and Mrs Bud York were Sunday dinner guests of Merritt Liebolds of Woodbine. Mrs Cless Kibby, Keva, and Kelly were callers in the Maude Page home at Harlan Tuesday morning. Mr and!MrsDonaid Thompson visited Don Dunhams Saturday evening. Lori Graeve of Minneapolis, MAnn. spent last week with the John Assmann family. Miss Graeve is a niece of Mrs Assmann. Mr and Mrs Francis Clark of Denison visited Eddie Robert- sons last Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Elmo Evans SPAmeent Fri_d.ay to Monday at ricus, Karts. visiting the Bill The Walter Shumate family Summerfield of of Soldier attended the Cen- tennial parade at Dow City. The Norman Nielsen family were Sunday afternoon visitors of Marion Nielsens at Council Bluffs. Saturday evening visitors of Alvin Greenwoods were Mr and Mrs Charles Lahr of DOw City, Bill Greenwoods and Walter Sammerfield. PICNIC SUPPER The Richard Hanny family of Woodbine were Sunday evening visitors of Walter Summerfields. They had a picnic supper in the Manteno park and there they visited with the Bill Greenwoods. The Bob Kunze family of Charter Oak were Sunday supper guests of Walter Shumates. Walter Summerfields called at the Denison hospital Friday night to see Jim Schaben. Mrs Nellie Probasco of Woodbine spent Sunday with Charles Johnsons. Mrs Bud Trimpe and Mrs Golden Thompson were Denison business cMlers Thursday. Cless Kibbys and Lavern Schwerys of Vail were Omaha business callers Wednesday night. Houseguests of Norman Nielsens last week were Diane Holtz of Avoca and Lori Nielsen of Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Vitus Schlitz of Harlan spent Thursday with the Kenneth Lapke family. Kevin Kibby of Omaha spent the weekend in the parental Cless Kibby home. Mr and Mrs Elmo Evans were Tuesday visitors of John Harringtons in Omaha. Sunday guests of Alvin Greenwoods were Dick Green- wood of Council Bluffs and his children, Ricky, 191ike, Jeff, and ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mary Ann of Dunlap. The Joe Thraen family of Carroll were Monday visitors of Greg Langenfelds. Brenda, Belinda, Bebita, and Brad O'Day spent Thursday with the Richard Clark family at Dow City. Mrs Kenneth Johnson visited Henry Springers Friday af- ternoon. The Bill O'Day family were Sunday callers in the Ernie Buff home at Dow City. Kenneth Johnsons were Thursday evening visitors of Walter Summerfields. Mrs Walter Summerfield visited Friday in the Bill Greenwood home. The Dennie Elliott family visited Kenneth Johnsons Wednesday night. Marjorie Gunia returned to her home last Tuesday from the Archbishop Bergan Mercy hospital in Omaha having been a patient there for eight days for observation and tests. She had minor surgery on Monday before the Tuesday she came home. Her parents are Mr and Mrs Ed Gunia. BREAK ARM Jerry Joe Hanigan, 7 year old son of Gerald Hanigans, suffered a broken left arm Thursday morning when he fell from a pony he was riding at his farm home east of Dunlap. Evelyn Sullivan, who has been a patient in the Denison hospital, was transferred to the Clarkson hospital in Omaha Monday morning. PAGE 4 Hartan, la. News Advertiser Mon. Morning, July 21, 1969 Phone 755-3111 Mrs S. J. Jacobsen of Council Bluffs left Tuesday evening after spending several days with Mrs Harvey Jacobsen. MISS EASTERGAARD TO TEACH AT BOB JONES UNIVERSITY GREENVILLE, S. C. -- Miss Kirsten Eastergard of Harlan has accepted a teaching position on the English faculty of Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C. A 1962 graduate of Harlan High, Miss Eastergard is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Anker Eastergard of Harlan. She received the bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees from Bob Jones University in 1967 and 1969 respectively. While a student at BJU, Miss Eastergard held numerous of- rices in campus organizations and was selected to appear in the 1966-67 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." She also served as chairman for the annual banquet held for alumni, students, and friends of Bob Jones University in this area. Miss Eastergard's brother George is a graduate of Bob Jones University, and her brother Alf is a rising junior at BJU majoring in mathematics. News from .I- ................... Elk Horn ,i ..o , .... ' WANTED .............. : ..... writer for Elk Horn news. Earn extra spare-time money, supplies, sub- scription furnished. Mrs Hansen has done a fine job but is unable to continue. Please contact Mrs Leonard Nelson at Harlan Newspapers. HONOREE July 12th was declared. "Apreciation Day" for Hedrick community's only medical doctor, Dr. F. C. Perkins. Dr. Perkins, 67, has no idea of retiring and will begin on his second 40 years of service to the community this year. MAIL ROUTE The final trip to the Logan Post office on the Magnolia- Logan Star Route was taken by Mrs Elsie Foland this month. M Foland and her late husband missed only one trip in 34 years. This mail route has now been closed by the Post Office. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: MULTIPLYING WITH THE Victor Custom Multiplier Sj' .00 The Victor Custom Multiplier gives you every advantage of automatic multiplication, plus addition and subtraction. Its neat simplified keyboard assures you ease of operation and accuracy. So when your problems are multipIxing, get the Victor Custom Mulhplier. Office Supply Dept. HARLAN TRIBUNE Phone 755-3111 Harlan, Iowa 51537 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Shelby County FAIRGROUNDS TELEPHONE NUMBERS: 755-5197 755-5198 Attend the l OOth annual Shelby County Fair on Monday, July 21 thru Friday, July 25th I can do all things in him who strengthens me.--(Phil. 4:13). God created us with infinite potential to be a self-moti- vated, forward looking, posi- tive-minded individual. In looking beyond the mists of doubts, fears, and anxieties, we will find new and miracu- lous ways to use our power that comes from the. Spirit. Minimize the appearance of negation, and real opportuni- ties for growth, progress and success will be revealed. My Neighbors "See--we make our rounds faster and get in our jogging stint as well!" Deed Transfers Compiled by Shelby Coty Abatract Co -elera Stamps are aff,xed to deed at the rite of SLt0 per SL000 of sale orice. Schomers, Cyril J. and wife to State of Iowa, W.D. 7-11-69 Pt. Nfr1% NE/4 Sec. 2-80-39 $3627.00 Stamps $4.40. Woods, Lester et al to Boldt, George F. eL al, Q.C.D. 7-i0-69 Pt. Sec. 36-81-38. "A tourist is a man who travels to see things that are different and then complains when they aren't the same." 37 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -JULY 28, 1932- The Republican recently ran the announcement of the location, in Harlan, of Drs. Lulu Lansing and Dr. G. W. Jenkins. Both have taken offices over the Tinsley jewelry store. Dr Lansing is a chiropractor of four years of experience. She came to Harlan from Marshalltown. She states that she will treat both chronic and acute cases of illness. She also is a masseuse and prac- titioner of the Welton meth)dof suggesto-therapeautics. Dr. Jenkins is a more recent graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic. Perhaps you never heard of a 5-and-ten cent sale in a grocery store. We never did. The Clover Farm Stores of Harlan, cooperating with other members of this new but powerful association of independent grocers, are going to stage suEh a sale, beginning Friday of this week, and extending to Friday, Aug. 12. The purpose of this sale is to demonstrate to all buyers just what a large purchasing power these small nickels and dimes have. Ordinarily we have been accustomed, after the spending spree of the last few years - the current year excepted - to regard nickels and dimes as only something for the kids to play with. But now they are the medium of exchange which stock the family table. Donald Holmes, 13 year old son of Mrs Opal Homes, fell from a horse at the Elmer Larsen home in Jackson township, last Friday. He fell upon his head and was unconscious for a con- siderable time afterward. Possible concussion of the brain was feared for a time, but he is recovering very well, at his mother's home. 27 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -JULY 23, 1942- Not much more than an experiment only a few years ago, a lusty infant industry is bidding for honors as one of Shelby Icounty's important sources of revenue. That is the hybrid corn production which has reached a high level this year. The 1942 production has reached such proportions that more than 4,000 acres are located within 20 miles of Harlan. On the basis of current prices for seed, this should bring in a total revenue of nearly a million and a quarter dollars when the crop is picked, dried and ready for sale as seed. " The group of men who left Harlan last Friday to be inducted into the army were: Harold Borkowski, Eugene Finken, Howard Finken, Francis Graeve, Marcus Gross, Chas. Kolk, Iner Kvamme, Robert Lantz, Anker Rasmussen, Milford Rold, Raymond Therkeldsen, Chas Weems, Nicholas White, and Gerald Lehan. Naomi Blakely, 19 year old Shelby county girl, has been honored by the Standard Oil Co. of Indiana for her achievements in 4-H club work. As a 4-H club member for the past six years, Miss Blakely has completed two years in each of the club projects -clothing, home efficiency, home furnishing and nutrition. Miss Blakely is now a rural school teacher where she makes good use of her 4-H citizenship and health materials. She has served hot lunches from surplus food commodities to her school group. 17 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -JULY 22, 1952- Claude O'Neill of Harlan was named chairman of the Shelby County American Red Cross Chapter at the annual meeting Friday night here. He succeeds William O. Lewis who has held the office the past three years. Ed D'Arcy is the newly-elected vice chairman. Other officers who succeed themselves, are Mrs H. M. Kauffmae, secretary; and Miss Caroline Hansen, treasurer. The Norgaard Drug Store is back in business in their new location. They are now located in the first building east of Baker's Super Market. Workmen are now busy cleaning out the fire damaged material in the Masonic Building, and open a bigger and his old location possible. Five local boys been attending the Boone, Ia., for the returned home group were Tommy Potter, Bol Billy Lewis and Albert Bauer Monday, evening. TO Mr and Mrs Ted moved to 1602//2 8th Corning. He works struction. They children. Bob Schmitz Western Iowa Pork. here 1111 Baldwin Mr and Mrs and four children 1712 7th St. They Wisconsin. He is Texaco Oil Co. Mr and Mrs live at 605 Spring St. Harlan Contracting. three at Avoea. Mr and Mrs have one child and from Oseeola to 603 He is a school teacher. Mrs Kay Sheets IS living at 1114 Willow one child and Clarion. : Mr and Mr! moved from Red Market St. He is Sieg Co. Mr and Mrs and five children in Avoca. They have Court St. He is Telephone Co. BULLETIN sizes; book ends, set; at your Office Harlan Tribune. " You're Invited to Saint Mary's Annual i SUNDAY JULY 27 MONDAY 2 J ULY NOVELTY STANDS-- REFRESHMENT STANDS SUNDAY, JULY !i Country. Style Ch,icken Supper Serving 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. DoS.To $1.50 and '1.00 Baseball Game-Portsmouth vs Defiance 2 MONDAY, J u LY Teen Hop, 9 p.m. MEET YOUR FRIENDS WHERE YOUR FRIENDS