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....... ..... .... ........... RESULTS: t A FEATURE ' __ .... Ill n Bill Wrich (180), Blair (Photos, story by Bill Sniffin) Jim Wyman ('14), Fremont A Larry Embrey (39), Panora )1.ii.nfgdttJ.mme.mr.!si:n2eiinhaei2;i!;    ii! i i Rex Ba,,er (60),Oak,and I president;alqdBob'Ross, Chamber of Com- III IN I' ' , B, Householder(S0),AlgonaB FEATURE sident. . " Cook (Tiny's fiancee), Frank Hopp, Jaycee" . ,, Joe Stewart (20), Blair i merce pre Tom Banks (166). Omaha Charles Summers (138), Harlan   .. Neal Holling (29), Omaha TlnYoOrebabwlldemVeelOediVler,eat tOeSnnlnne s many autographs !6). In Karl Graett (VS), Omaha photo(3 AI'tlhrn:t;i:;ii!e:"i:!':!:d'tl!! /It  MikeSchaben(42),Oefiance [ (Ck eh,  wta, w( ilnhe it H e:p, !  Larry Scott (12x), Harlan .CFE A TURE the lath lap of the 20-lap feature with a blown rear end and engine problems. . Z  , Bob Matson (]A"), Omaha I '''e' ' 'c'' '''''' "'ncc' "e Rollins (59), CarSon ( Joe Vandenberg (79), Harlan Wesley Combs (25), Harlan .li FIRST"EAT A moves up on Tiny before passing him on the 16th lap. Tiny led for 10 laps after starting last m a field of 17.    !  Bud Burdick (2X), Omaha Mike Dizona (24), Omaha lSth lap l Bill Martin (64), Co. Bluffs Adams (24x), Co. Bluffs Mike Schaben (42), Defiance m " o Tiny and an old friend, Johnny Beauchamp, the flag an at the Sh Randy Stel'ner (40), Blair Larry Embrey (39), Panora B. Householder (50), Algona Ray Anderson (52), Omaha Joe Stewart (20), Blair THIRD HEAT Mike Chapman (X), Whiting Bill Wrich (180), Blair Jim Wyman (14), Fremont Tom Banks (166), Omaha i Rog Fiscus (106), Irwin FOURTH HEAT Tiny Lund (49), Cross, S.C. Paul SCOtt (F,]2), Harlan ;; ReX Bailer (60), Oakland H. Sliefert (14x), Storm Lake Charles Summers (138), Harlan  STATISTICS  ,. Crowd -- 3,800 " Purse -- $1,800 Cars -- 40 i  .... ,i ii:?i!i)/,, , ! :/ ii,/i!i/,, ,' /''i'i,:,, r  , , News From Fiscus by CORRINE MERRILLS GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH -- Rev. Owen E. Wherrett. Morning worship 10 a.m. Sunday school 11 a.m. Rev. John Stone, interim pastor of First Baptist Church Harlan will supply pulpit during pastor's vacation. Pot-luck dinner, July 20 in the church parlors for those wishing to visit the Virgel Jensen family of California, Wyman and David Nelson, Gary and Kay Olsen, Handy and Dehbie Nelson, Fred and Ricky Nelson, Pam and Calvin Nelson, Dean Bartelson and Marjorie Bartholomew, members of Youth Fellowship of MerrLLls Grove Baptist Church, were guests of Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett for a hamburger fry following Sunday evening services. Martin Andersens spent Tuesday with Allen Haskius of Audubon and were aturday supper guests of the Marvin Jensen family. Mrs Carolyn Nielsen of California is spending a few days with her brother, Mr and Mrs Martin Andersen. Howard Wiggs drove to Perry Thursday to meet his parents, Chris Wiggs of Irwin, who spent the past two weeks visiting their daughter, the Robert Holland family of Belvidere, Ill. Sunday evening, Chris Wiggs and Clara Moss of Irwin visited Howard Wiggs. Mrs Dorothy Theis and son, Donald Theis and his three sons, who were on way to Boy Scout Jamboree in Idaho, and Alvis JORGENSEN Wilsons of Aurora, Ill. spent Monday and Tuesday with Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett, Bob and Mrs Marjorie Bartholomew and daughters. The Robert Sorenson family of Kimballton visited Rex Grabills Monday evetling. The Grabill family spent Friday evening with Mrs Jerry Rasmussen and baby of Harlan and were Sunday dinner guests of Ray Rasmussens. PICNIC DINNER Chris Andersens, Glen Huffmans, Sherry, Douglas and Gary Young of Ames spent Thursday evening with Manuel Andersens. Sunday they all joined the Gerald Young family for a picnic dinner. The Youngs were enroute to Phoenix, Ariz. to live. Glen Huffmans will ac- company their daughter and family. Mines Owen Wherett, Victor Juluis, and Laverne Nelson at- tended S. W. Association Baptist board meeting at Emerson Monday. Harry Nelsons attended Shelby Co. Garden club meeting at the Kenneth Helmer home in Harlan Tuesday evening. Kristen Moore of Harlan spent Saturday and Sunday with her grand- parents, Harry Nelsons. David Moores were Sunday dinner guests. Roger Larsens of Monroe spent Saturday and Sunday with his father, Leonard Larsen. All were Sunday dinner guests of the Don Sorenson family of Coundl Bluffs. Bill Kosmos and daughters of Chicago were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of the Calvin Bartelson family. Other Sunday guests were Forest Bartelsons of Hastings, Neb. They came to attend the wedding of Carol Bartelson to Leon Nelson Sunday afternoon at the Merrills Grove Baptist church. Frances, Beverly and Wanda McElrie of Oelwein, Linda Threlkeld of Chariton, Donna Caldwell of Ames, and Bill Brunks of Chariton were weekend guests of Ronald Bartelsons for the wedding. Get-to-Gether club met Thursday with Mrs Clarence Nelson as hostess. Ten members were present. Mrs Darrell Daringer received door prize. They will have no meeting in August. On Sept. 11, a silent auction will be held at the Savings and Loan bldg. in Harlan. Fred and Ricky Nelson were Saturday dinner guests of Clarence Neisons and Friday dinner guests of Phillip Christensens of Harlan. The boys parents were on a vacation trip to the Black hills. Marion Olsens visited Clarence Nelsons Sunday af- ternoon. Mrs Elmer Jorgensen spent from Thursday until Sunday with .the Roy McCullough family of Knoxville. Elmer Jorgensen was a Sunday dinner guest there. Dr. and Mrs Clark Julius and sons of Little Rock, Ark. spent from Wednesday until Monday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Victor Julius. Mrs Larry Wright_ and family of Glenwood spent the weekend with her parents also. Other visitors were Rev Wherretts, Bob Lytle and the Calvin Bartelson family. Sunday afternoon Clifford Jensen and Lowell Nelsons were Friday afternoon visitors. Wednesday evening, O. H. Sorensons of Harlan were callers. Saturday evening visitors of Lynn Dents were Lester Dents, Clifford Axlands, and the families of Ralph Dent, Dean Axland, Larry Axland, and Gerald Axland. The Ralph Dent family were Sunday dinner guests of Clarence Pfundhellers of Audubon. BARTELSON SHOWER A miscellaneous shower for Carol Bartelson was held Monday evening in the Merrills Grove Baptist church parlors. The Earl Smith family of Davenport spent the weekend with Lynn Steckelbergs. Charlotte, who spent afew weeks visiting them, returned to her home. Garland Grabills moved Wednesday to their new home in Audubon. Sam Grabills will move this week to the Grabill farm home to live. Garland Grabills drove Frank Snethens to Rochester, Minn. where Mrs Snethen will undergo a check at Mayo Clinic. Tuesday evening, the Ralph Dent, Lynn Dent, and Clifford Axland families visited the Lester Dent family in observance of her birthday. Wednesday supper guests of Ralph Dents were Dale Dows of Rocky Ford, Colo. and Lester Dents. Evening visitors were the Lynn Dent family. Messrs and Mines Ancel Armentrout, Leslie Brue, Elmer Jorgensen, Keith Grabill and family, Leroy Morthensen, Glen Kauffman, Homer Kauffman, Lehman Swensen, Marvin Thygesen, John Knudsen and Walter Boldts spent Wednesday evening with Alfred Jacobsens of Audubon for a housewarming of old neighbors. A plate glass mirror was given them as a remembrance. -Ralph Doonan and Becky spent Sunday with the Heilesen families reunion at the swimming pool park in Harlan. TURKEY AND CLUB PICNIC F.N. club consisting of Messrs and Mmes Dwayne Krophr, Dallas Munch, James Jorgensen, Gerald Nelson, and Lee Nelson enjoyed a picnic supper Sunday evening at Tourist park in Audubon. Oliver Nelsons slant Friday with the Fred Redfern family of Marshalltown. Mrs Lela Ferry of Harlan spent Friday with Oliver Nelsons. Jay Bristols of Harlan spent Thursday evening with Ancel Armentrouts. Roy Morks of Irwin were Friday evening visitors. The Lyle Steckelberg family, Mrs Selma Steckelbe, rg and the Wayne Ruenhold family of Denison were Saturday night callers. Lester Dents spent Friday afternoon with Clyde Marshalls of Logan. ATTEND FLIGHT SCHOOL Richard Brue of Ft. Devens, DRESSING ATTEND THE FAIR, Mass. arrived Monday and spent the week with his parents, Leslie Brues. He left Sunday for Camp Waiters, Tex. where he will at- e.end flight school. Gerald Nelsons spent Monday with Mrs Edna Nelson in Harlan. Tuesday evening, Dallas Munches visited the Nelsons. Wednesday evening the Nelsous visited Thor Nelson of Kim- ballton. Charles Millers visited the Roger Rudolph family Sunday afternoon. Homer Kauffmans were Sunday evening visitors of , the Millers. Einer Nissens spent Sunday with Martin Rasmussens of Omaha. Mr Rasmussen un- derwent surgery on Monday, James Webers spent Tuesday evening with J. M. Andersens. The Andersens spent Friday evening with the John Peckumn family of Guthrie Canter. [HARLAN N PRESS RUN: PAULEY FURNITURE RECEIVES SPECIAL AWARD BURLINGTON -- Mr and Mrs Leo M Hough, of Pauley Furniture in Harlan, has been awarded a special certificate from Chittenden & Eastman Company of Burlington, Iowa. Hough received the award for his participation in the Chittenden & Eastman Steamboat Days Seminar, held June 12-14 in Burlington. Today, we ore serving an area of readers much Shelby county.., one of the greatest area coverages and reader d any weekly in Iowul '00AMOu00 it00, , " HIGH INTENSITY . 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