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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 Wayne Moody, Dianne and Steven flew to Mackinac Island, Mich, July 16 to attend the Summer Sales Con- vention of DeKalb At-Research Inc. They also visited points at Iron Mountain and Munising, Mich. and enjoyed a sight-seeing cruise on Lake Superior. They returned home July 22. Mrs C. H. Tredway, Mrs Frances Goodner, Mrs Martha Clausen and Mrs Glen Ernest returned Saturday from spending a week at Clear Lake. They stayed in Alfred Kahl's cottage. He is a brother of Mrs Kahl. Mr and Mrs Ronald Plumb and Peri Anne of Hartford, Conn. arrived in Harlan July 18, where they are vacationing at the homes of their parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Savereide and Mr. and Mrs Lyle Plumb. Rev. and Mrs Raymond Pedersen, Leann, Cary and Lila of Kenosha, Wisc. will arrive Monday (today) to visit her parents, the Arthur Savereides and his parents, the Clifford Pedersens and othe relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Wayne Bauerle returned Tuesday after visiting their son and family, Mr and Mrs Bruce Bauerle in Denver, Colo., and other relatives and friends. Mrs Bauerle's mother, Mrs Carl Andersen of Santa Cruz, Calif. joined them there and returned to Harlan with the Bauerles for a visit. BABY BOY: Mr and Mrs Elvin Eshelman Jr. of Dublin, N. H. announce the birth of their first child, a son, born July 18 and weighing 10 lb. 2 oz. He has been named Brian James. Grand- parents are Mr and Mrs Tony J. Majerus of Harlan and Mr and" Mrs Elvin Eshelman St. of Correy, Penn. Great grandfather is Andrew Majerus of Atlantic. Lt. and Mrs Thomas Ackerman arrived in Omaha last weekend on a flight from Tokyo, Japan to spend a leave with her parents, Mr and Mrs Forrest Brouhard. Ackerman has been stationed in Thailand and is reassigned to Norton AFB in Calif. Callers at the home of Norman Sorenson's to celebrate the birthday of M_r SOrenson on Wednesday evening were, Mr and Mrs Vernon Sorenson, Nola and Darvin Land, Mr and Mrs Dale Osbahr and family of Avoca, and Mrs Katie Jensen and Mr Frank Lewis. Mr and Mrs Earl Waiters accompanied by Mr and Mrs Chris Brink of Arion spent four days camping in South Dakota. They visited Mr Brink's childhood home near Cham- berlain, and visited friends in the area. Out of town relatives and friends here to attend funeral services for Martin Arentson were: Mr and Mrs Glen French, Stun and David of Sig0urney, Mr and Mrs Dale Arentson, Betty, Sandra and Brace, of Davenport. Mrs French and Mr Arentson are daughter and son of the deceased. Also attending were other grandchildren, Steve Allen of Akron, Ohio, 2rid Lt. Gary Scull of Ft. Lewis, Wash., James Undems of Chicago, Ill., Mr & Mrs John French of Cedar Falls, Rev. and Mrs N. C. Berg, Clarks Grove, Minn., Dr. & Mrs Harvey Bang of Hamburg, Masers and Mmes Wesley Rasmussen, Red Oak, Harold Jensen and Eskild Gregersen, both of Extra. Life Story of-- MARTIN ARENTSON, 78 Martin Arentson, son of Mary and George Arentson, was born August 27, 1890 on a farm near Cuppy's Grove. He died at his home in Harlan July 19, 1969, at the age of 78 years, 10 months and 22 days. He married Vina Nelson in Harlan March 22, 1916. To this union four children were born. Martin and his wife farmed west of Harlan until 1946, when they moved into Harlan. Mr Arentson was baptized in the Altamont Baptist Church at Cuppy's Grove and after moving near Harlan, he became a member of the Bethel BaptLt Church of Harlan. Mr Arentson was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers - James and Elmer. Survivors include his wife, Vina his children -- Elaine Scull of Harlan; Mrs Ted (Eleanor) Allen of Harlan; Dale Arentson of Davenport, and Mrs Glenn (Rosalie) French of Sigourney, Ia.; thirteen grandchildren; two sisters-Anna Arentson and Mrs George (Stella) Mickelson, both of Harlan; by one brother - Eddie Arentson of rural Harlan; other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 22, 1969 at the Pauley Home for Funerals in Harlan with Rev. Herbert K. Johnson and Rev. John A. Stone Mrs Norman Sorensen and Mrs Evelyn Brix accompanied by Mrs Henry J. Hansen and Mrs Frank West of Manfl]a were in Des Moines Tuesday where they attended China Painting classes under Cora Lupton. Mrs Gerlow Jensen returned Tuesday after visiting relatives in the southern states. She ac- companied her grandson and his wife, Mr and Mrs Allen Nielsen, to their home in St. Louis, Me. in early June. She went from there to Hot Springs, Ark. where she visited her brother, Nels E. Jensen. She spent some time with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Walter Nielsen, at Tucson, Ariz., with a nephew, Ove Haugsted at Phoenix and she enjoyed sight-seeing at Nogales, Mexico. Mrs Jensen made most of the trip by plane, her first plane ride. She will be 84 years old next month. Mrs Lois Dreager of Atlantic is staying at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, the Arnold Knudtsons, while they are vacationing in the eastern states. Mr and Mrs Kay Reed and Christine of Boone were Monday evening guests of their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Dennis Mylenbusch. Julie and Lee ac- companied their grandparents home for a week's visit. Guests of Mr and Mrs Sever Mallum, last week included Mrs Leota Shouldis and Clifford, Mrs Donna Adarin and John Nelson of White River, S. Dak. Mrs Shouldis is a sister of Mrs Mallum and Mrs Adarin is a niece. Mr and Mrs Adarin were showing horses and attending the Palamino Horse Show at Mar- shalltown. Mr and Mrs Leroy Sorensen of Foster City, Calif. are visiting Harlan relatives including his brothers and families, the Norman Sorensens and Vernon Sorensens and also with his father Carl C. Sorensen. BABY GIRL: Mr and Mrs Clifford Morrison Jr. of Port- smouth, are the parents of a 8 lb. 5 oz. daughter, born at Jennie Edmtmdson hospital. She joins a brother- Clifford Morrison III. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Clifford Morrison Sr. of Un- derwood and Mr and Mrs Ed Christensen of rural Harlan. Mrs Andrew Hess of Harlan is the great grandmother. officiating. Burial was in the Harlan Cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Allen, Steve Allen, John French, James Undem, Kelly Doonan and Gary B. Scull. HOSPITAL I!I NOTES 0 Report for July 23-24. -t- indicates patient admitted and dismissed in same period. Visiting hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 8:30 p.m. ADMITTED Mrs Raymond Saunders, Manilla. David Boettger, Harlan. Mrs Ronald McKeown, Harlan. Jeffrey Henscheid, Westphalia. Donald Bladt, Shelby. Mrs Walburga Freund, Earling. Mrs Walter Plagman, Avoca. Peter Rasmussen, Kimballton. Mrs Dennis Piittman, Avoca. Kenneth Mickels, Panama. +Jill Krause, Kirkman. Valorie Pedersen, Walnut. Mrs Eugene Parker, Harlan. DISMISSED Leonard Stracke, Harlan. Mrs Melvin Sepher, Harlan. Cecil Richards, Harlan. Walter Wilhelmsen, Harlan. Jack Christensen, Harlan. Bruce Leuschen, Portsmouth. Mrs Ralph Doonan, Manning. Patrick Blum, Earling. +Valorie Pedersen, Walnut. Hans Marcussen, Harlan. Mrs Gary Moore, Harlan, Dan Larsen, Elk Yorn. BIRTHS Boy, to Mr and Mrs Charles Knudsen, Harlan. Boy, to Mr and Mrs Bob Sonderman, Earling. Girl, to Mr and Mrs James Wilson, l-'ersla. Boy, to Mr and Mrs Eldon Ericksen, Elk Horn. Boy, to Mr and Mrs Robert Leinen, Persia. Galland's Grove MRS WALTER SUMMERFIELD Dell-O'Days and Michelle and Mrs A1 Schaefer were Saturday and Saturday overnight guests of Kenneth Wilkes of Omaha. On Saturday, Mr and Mrs O'Day and Mr and Mrs Wilke attended the wedding of Karen Wilms and Ralph Hoffman. Connie Assmann spent last week with her grandparents, Chris Graeves of Earling. Friday visitors of Bud Yorks were Bart Rubys and daughters of Sioux City and Mrs Ralph Kerchner of Parker, S. Dak. Brenda, Belinda, Benita, and Brad O'Day are staying with the Richard Clark family of Dew City while their mother, Mrs Bill O'Day is a patient in the Denison hospital. Giselle Wilke of Omaha is visiting her grandparents, Dell O'Days this week. The John Assmann family visited Carl Assmanns of Dew City Friday evening. Lvri Anastasi of Harlan spent from Saturday until Monday with the Kenneth Lapke family. Sunday evening visitors of Golden Thompsons were Charles Johnsons, Mrs Erma Ellison and Mrs Elsie Blankenship of Woodbine. Marcia Summerfield of Omaha spent the weekend in the parental Walter Summerfield home. Sunday night visitors of Alvin Greenwoods were Charles Lahrs of Dew City, Mrs Erma Elllsou and Mrs Elsie Blankenship of Woodbine, and Mrs Charlotte Poitevin. Charles Taylors of Moorhead visited Bud Yorks Sunday af- ternoon. They all called at the Little Flower Haven in Earling. The Eddie Lpke family were Sunday night supper guests in the Alban Gross home at Earling. Anita Zimmerman of Dew City visited Walter Summerfields Friday night. The Leo Bieker family of Earling were Sunday visitors of Jack Stessmanns. Mrs Ray Hansen of Defiance was a Monday afternoon visitor of Cless Kibbys. Friday evening visRors of Alvin Greenwoods were Mr and Mrs Fay Fouts, Mrs Dave Melby and Darey, and Mrs Walter Summerfield and Marcia. Mrs Clara Springer of Woodbine was a Sunday guest of Kenneth Johnsons. Mrs Nellie Probasco of Woodbine visited there that afternoon. The Don Staley family of Charter Oak were Sunday visitors of Norman Nielsens and family. * Mrs Bertha Dye of Wat- sonville, Calif. was a Sunday supper guest of Roy Culvers. Monday, she left for her home, having spent several weeks visiting relatives here. Sunday night visitors of Mrs Golden Thompson were the John Thraen family and Denny Wheelan, all of Earling. Walter Summerfields visited Jim Schabens Sunday evening. Last Saturday afternoon, Darvis Frazier and Orville Davenport, both of Des Moines visited Bill Greenwoods. Dell O'Days called at the Crawford County Memorial hospital in Denison Friday night to see Mrs Bill O'Day and they also visited Jim Schaben. Albert Trimpes were Thursday dinner guests of Leonard Trimpes of Mapleton. Thursday evening, Henry Springers visited Kenneth Johnsons. FAMILY REUNION Cless Kibbys, Keva and Kelly, and Lon Whalen attended . the Klinkefus family reunion at Ledges state park near Boone Sunday. The Clem Haberger - family of Leshara, Neb. and Louie Trimpes were Sunday dinner guests of Albert Trimpes. Don Dunhams and Roger visited Donald Thompsons Sunday afternoon. Norman Nielsens attended the funeral of Emma Wise at Avoca Thursday. Sunday evening visitors of Bill Greenwoods were Mrs Erma Ellison and Mrs Elsie Blankenship, both of Woodbine. Sunday afternoon visitors of Lloyd Koskis were Tom Bobiers and Ruth Peterson of Sioux City. DOn Dunhams and Roger visited Donald Thompsons Friday evening. Sunday supper guests of Walter Shamates were the Bob Kunze family of Charter Oak and the Eddie Shamate family. Bill Greenwoods were Sunday dinner guests of Jack Finegans of Omaha. Bill Hansens of Woodbine were Wednesday dinner guests of Bud Trimpes. tavern Kleins and Nancy were Sunday supper guests of the Dewayne Tucker family of Omaha. Keva Kibby returned home Saturday night from Ft. Collins, Colo. where she had attended an F.H.A. convention last week. Walter Shumates were Tuesday and Wednesday visitors of the Bob Kunze family at Charter Oak. Robert McDonalds and sons were Thursday evening visitors of Cless Kibbys. The Walter Thies family visited Donald Thompsons Sunday evening. VACATION IN CANADA Zeno Lapkes returned last Wednesday from Calgary, Alberta, Canada where they have been vacationing the past three weeks. Enroute home, they visited the LaVerne Neppl family at Alexandria, Minn. Joey and Diane Neppl came home with them for a visit here. The Gall Klein family at- tended the Graeve family reunion at the home of Mrs Otto Graeve in Earling Sunday. Mrs Golden Thompson visited Bill Greenwoods Sunday afternoon. Mines Francis Block, Walter Shumate, and Walter Sum- merfield were among members of the Mitt to Mini Tops club to attend the A.R.D. of the Tops Clubs at Woodbine Wednesday night. Mrs Darrell Vondrak and Jeffrey of Sioux City spent several days last week with her parents, Roy Culvers. The Edward Shumate family visited Cless Kibbys Friday night. Mrs Bill Greenwood spent Friday with her sister, MrS Glen Cuiver. Mr and Mrs Walter Thies visited Donald Thompsons last Monday night. Lisa Shumate was a Satur- day overnight guest of her grandparents, Walter Shamates. Sunday morning, her parents, Tom Shumates came for her. Mrs Roy Culver and Mrs Gerald Hein took Mrs Richard Hein to Omaha last Thursday where she left for her home at Santa Clara, Calif. Mrs Hein is a sister of Mrs Culver and a sister- in-law to Mrs G. Hein. She had been visiting them here for the past few weeks. Mrs Bill O'Day entered the Denison hospital Friday morning for observation and treatment. Glen McCutcheons of Dew City visited Alvin Greenwoods Monday evening. ..... I FOR SALE -- ALUMINUM SHEETING, 23" x 35", will not rust, excellent for lining brooder houses, grain bins, buildings, making signs, or for building flashing. These are thin alu- minum plates that are used once to print an issue of the paper on our new press and then discarded. 25 cets per sheet. Harlan Tribune. FOR RENT-- ADDING MACHINES day or week - low cost - SAVES TIME ! HARLAN TRIBUNE HARTIN ARB1TSOH 1890- 1969 Honest labor was his life, Parcel of a faith so rare, Hore ieqaort than child or wife, Always wane to do his shire. Be there any task at hand, he'd get in yoke. Reason simply--Just to help the common folk. On summer days he would insist. On hust of strmswith widest brim, And also harbor morning-glory mist On his heart's Jolly rim, For maklng loan of easy laughs. A treat To all he prlvileged to meet. Meelese which the Danes impart Hadethe earth he otm. Nil, the pretse in his heart, Breathing flelda with God alone. Peace he found in fields each day: Straight corn rows, and fresh-mown hay. His nanw shall certainly tarry, As does the Silver Creekandor, About the Iowa prairie. But more. the sunshine of his candor, Which warmed the earth in every deed, Remalns the eeteqt memory ofhis seed. gary scull a grandson Kids this summer... (No. II in a series) $ \\; / Kids this summer are wrapped up in racing -- super stocks at the Shelby County Highbanks or go carts on 6th Street, the kids are involved. These racing fans are: Larry Patten, 11, (Duayne); David Schramm, 1O, (Marvin); Randy Gessert, 13, (Don); Steve Patten, 13, (Duayne); Darwin Gessert, 12, (DOn); and Don Schramm, 8, (Marvin). -- Photo by Steve Mores Recent visitors of Mr and Mrs Edward Yearington were their parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Yearington of Coming and Mr and Mrs Joseph Holker of Bedford. Mr and Mrs John Fiore and Kelli of Indianola were weekend guests. vacation with her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Gaige Waiters at Sarasota, Fla. Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs George Ernst and family were his parents, Mr and Mrs George F. Ernst and his sister and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Carter, all of Bellevue, Ia. Mr and Mrs T. J. Thomas and family of Carter Lake were Mrs Gone Newlin has Tuesday guests of Mr and Mrs returned from a three week Harry Potter. 1959 Class reunion held July 5 The Harlan high school class of 1959 held their 10th class reunion July 5, at the Harlan Golf and Country Club, with a cocktail hour and dinner. Robert Fritz was master of ceremonies for the program that followed. Those receiving honors were LaVonne Sellers Eddy of Albuquerque, N.M. for coming the longest distance, Jerry Nelson and Joyce Koster Thraen tied for having the most children, Gary Larsen for the least hair, Ronald-Fascher for most recently married, David Christensen zor having the youngest child, and Sue Conrad Swain for having a wedding anniversary on the day of the reunion. Thirty six members attended. They #re pictured: back row (left to right) David Christensen, James Klindt, James Jacobsen, John Knudsen, Larry Gearhart, and Ronald Hansen. Fourth row (1 to r) Jerry Nelson, Richard McKeighan, Ronald Fascher, David Nielsen, Wayne Plagman, Roland Christensen, and Gary Larsen. Third row, Clem Petersen, Henley James, Gary Hansen, Larry Moon, Robert Fritz, and Roger Thomsen. Second row: Joe Stein, Ruth Pedersen Stroud, Janis Heller Kloewer, Virginia Capeland Poulos, Gretchen Paulsen Kelley, Patricia Musich Thomsen, Ann Chambers Snuttjer, Sue Conrad Swain and Graham Gould. Front row: Rose Ann Jacobs Larsen, Joyce Koster Thraen, Donna Fiscus Holloway, LaVonne Sellers Eddy, Helen Sum- mers Doonan, Violet Larsen Hansen, Linda Denny Thraen and Bonnie Petersen Zim. merman. CORNER GROUP Quilted solid color slipcover is enhanced by the popular Colonial corner table. King Koil's modern corner group gives you decorating flexibility. 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