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Earling News By MRS ALEX ESSER John Luceros of Omaha were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Gross and houseguest SP5 Allen Gross, home on leave. SP5 Allen Gross will leave Saturday for South Carolina and on to Ger- many for 18 months overseas duty. Gross has been at Ft. Houston, Tax., and is in the medical corps as Lab technician. Mrs Dave Jauron and children of Essex brought Mrs Pauline Heese home Sunday after she spent a few days in Kansas City, with the Charles Heese family, whom she ac- companied home last week. Joan Jauron returned to Essex with the Jaurons, Mr and Mrs Clarence Stolz visited their aunt, Mrs Mary Thraen at the home of Mrs (;olden Thraen at Harlan 'Puesday. Debra, Jean and Mary Carroll Muenchrath of Denver, Q)lo., are visiting this week with heir grandmother, Mrs Henry Muenchrath. The girls are also visiting other relatives in the area. Sunday Mrs Muenchrath and Debra, Jean and Mary were guests for dinner at the home of ?4r and Mrs Leonard Reinig at Portsmouth celebrating Jean's birthday. Mrs Irene Swanson and Corrine of Denison were Sunday Shelby County State Bank Community Calendar WEEK OF JULY 22 THRU AUG. 4 Our COMMUNITY CALENDAR will be published each Monday in the Harlan News-Advertiser. It's purpose is to show at a glance the activities in the community of beth profit and school func- tions and any other business activities worthy of publication. All ad copy subject to editing. All items are published FREE courtesy of the Shelby County State Bank. Call 755- 3111 before Thursday noon to place your activity in the following week's COM- MUNITY CALENDAR. I EVENTS THIS WEEK: Man., July 28 -- City League Softball. Harlan Merchants vs Outsiders at 7:30 p.m. -- American Beef vs Bur- meister's at 9 p.m. Both games on the Harlan diamond. Man., July 28 miscellaneous Shower for Linda Klein at the Home Federal building. Tues., July 29 -- City League Softball. Jim's Market vs Vie's at 7:30 p.m. -- Ron's Feed Service vs. Rocky's at 9 p.m. Both games on the Harlan diamond. Wed., July 30 -- Ice Cream Social at the United Methodist Church in Irwin. Serving starts at 7 p.m. Wed., July 30 -- Frist round of the IHSAA tourney at Ames. Thurs., July 31 -- First round of the IHSAA baseball tourney at Ames. Thurs., July 31 -- City League Softball. American Beef vs Rocky's at 7: 3O pn. -- Burmeister's vs Outsiders at 9 p.m. Both games on the Harlan diamond. Fri., Aug. 1 -- Stock Car Races at the Shelby County Speedway. The second half of the super stock season begins. Seven races. Admission $1, we-school kids free. Hot laps at 8:30 p.m. Rain date: Sunday, Aug. 3 at 8:3; p.m. Sat., Aug. 2 -- Start of the Harvest Baseball Tourney at Westphalia. Sat., Aug. ,2- League championship Swim Meet at Missouri Valley. Sun., Aug. 3 -- Harvest Baseball Tourney at West- phalia. Sun., Aug. 3 -- Iowa Western League game. Harlan at Neola at 2 p.m. The Shelby County State Bank in Hartan WILL BE OPEN at 9 a.m, straight thru to 6 p.m. each Friday. COU00 BANK visitors at the Clarence Stolz home. The Don Staley family of Charter Oak were Sunday af- ternoon visitors of the George Kenkel's. Mrs James Calendro of Omaha spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Stolz and John. The Gall Langenfeld family left Friday for Rockwell City to visit Mrs Langenfeld's family before returning to Arlington Heights. They have been houseguests of Mrs Magdalen Langenfeld and Joan the past two weeks while visiting other relatives in the area. HEADING FOR VIETNAM SM Sgt,Francis Frank left Wednesday for Sacramento, Calif. and on Friday to Seattle where he will leave for duty in Vietnam. He arrived Friday for a visit with his parent, Mr and Mrs Anton Frank and sister, Mr and Mrs Henry Schwarte. Sgt Frank spent Sunday and Monday with the Owen Frank and James Frank families in Omaha, Joe Sandbothe family in Council Bluffs, Gene LeFeber's at Port- smouth and Lyle Lahr's at Dunlap, returning Monday evening to spend until Wed- nesday with his parents. Rev. Benedict Kenkel of Des Moines is spending this week with his father Joe Kenkel, and visiting other relatives in the area. Mrs DickAnderson of Dunlap spent Wednesday afternoon wi th Mrs Alex Esser. Mr and Mrs Bern Ahart and Irvin Hellers of Irwin went to Lake Okoboji Wednesday morning for a three- day stay. HAVEN NOTES Mrs Barbara Wegner of Panama came to the Haven Monday as a resident. Mr Ambrose Wehr returned from the hospital during the past week. Ann Maher has donated a statue of the Infant of Prague, which has been placed in the Chapel. Sadie Anderson and Maude Wolke entered the Myrtue hospital during the past week for treatment and observation. Joe Hancock entered the Veteran's Hospital in Omaha for treatment. Rev. AI Zimmerman SVD arrived from Denver for a visit with his mother. Mrs Josephine Zimmerman, before returning to his duties in _" ago,. Mr and MrsGeneRetz and sons of Omaha visited with Msgr Gaul and the Zimmerman's on Monday. They are leaving for a trip to the west coast. Mrs Don Egan and children of Roselle, Ia. visited with the Zimmerman's Sunday enroute to Council Bluffs to visit Mr Don Egan in the Jennie Edmundson Hospital. Mr Egan sustained 2nd degree burns in a road con- struction accident recently. Joe Smith and son Paul of Sycamore, Ill, were houseguests of Bill Smiths from Thursday evening to Saturday. They came for the funeral of their cousin Gerald McAndrews at St. Rose of Lima Church at Denison Friday morning. During their stay they also visited other relatives in the area and returned to Sycamore on Saturday. Relatives and friends from the area attended the funeral of Miss Anna Jacoby at St. Peter's Chure,h in Defiance Friday morning. Among those attending were Mrs Lena Jacoby, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rauterkus. Mrs Alice Graeve, Mr and Mrs Ivo Gaul and Lawrence Thraens. The Eldon McCuen family of Gray were Monday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs Andrew Bruck and sons. Bill Smiths attended the wake and funeral of Mr Smith's cousin Gerald McAndrews in Denison Friday morning. Matthew Graevs and Mary LOu enjoyed a steak barbeque with the Larry Gross family of Harlan Sunday. Lori, daughter of Joe Graeves of Crystal Lake, Minn. is spending several weeks with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Chris Graeve. The Owen Heese family returned Saturday evening after a three-day vacation at Lake Okoboji. Colleen Malone returned to Omaha with Mrs Gene Stinn after spending five days at the Lavern Christiansen home with Kathleen. The Malone's are spending this week in New Mexico. Mrs Eugene Stinn had been visiting the Veteran's Hospital with her husband. Gene is getting along satisfactorily at this writing. Mrs Merle Thrasher has been visiting her husband at the Veteran's Hospital in Omaha. Mr Thrasher is under observation for a shoulder ailment. spending the past week with their grandparents, the Gerald Jauron family. Mrs Peter Heese returned from Des Moines Sunday after spending five days with the Dick Hearn family. Sr. John Mary of Dubuque also spent Thursday and Friday with Mrs Heese and the Hearn family. SP4 Keith Bissen left Saturday after spending two weeks here with his grand- parents; John Bissens and the S. J. Schimerowskis, also visiting other relatives and friends in the area. He also visited his sisters, Sheryl and Mary Jean in Milwaukee enroute to Earling. During his stay he was a houseguest of the Bissens who met him at the airport in Omaha, arriving from Ft. Mammouth, N. J. He went to Chandler, Ariz., where he will spend until early August with his parents, Mr and Mrs Urban Bissens and then go to California for his departure to Vietnam. SP4 Bissen is with army communications. CENTENNIAL PARADE The Eugene Sibenaller family attended the Centennial Parade and celebration at Mount Carmel, Iowa, Wednesday. Mrs Sibenaller was a former resident of Mount Carmel. Mr and Mrs Vance Stinn and Mrs Merle Thrasher took their daughters, Joni Stinn and Jan Thrasher to Colfax, Ia., Monday where the girls will spend this week at the Catholic Youth camp near Colfax. CAMP WAKONDA Six Boy Scouts of Troop 142 of Earling are attending a five-day camp at Camp Wakonda near Griswold'. They are: parents name in parentheses Leo Block Mrs Rata Block); Mike Finken Bob Finkens); Rick Graeve (A1 Graeves ; Bill Heese ,Owen Heeses); Larry Kenkel, Max Kenkels); and Dick Koesters (Richard Koesters). Each father is spending a day and night at the camp with the boys. Friday Family Night is open to the families of the boys and will conclude most of the festivities. Ivo Gauls attended the wake of Gerald McAndrews at the Huebner Funeral home in Denison Wednesday evening. Mrs A. E. Heese returned Tuesday evening from Califor- nia. where she had spent several months with her daughters and their families, Dr and Mrs Benno Brink and children at San Marino and Mr and Mrs Herman For- tenberry, also located in the Los Angeles area. Mr Henry Foxhoven received word of the arrival of a new grandson born to Mr and Mrs Irry Fielder of Council Bluffs. "the little fellow born July 17 will be baptized 'thomas Jefferson Fielder. Mary Lee Gaul went to Harlan Tuesday evening and is spending the remainder of the week with Mr and Mrs Howard Schulte and daughters. Attending the NCCW Meeting in Harlan Tuesday evening were Mrs Marie Mueller, Altar Society Vice pres.; Mrs Leo Gaul, Mrs Bernard Wilwerding, Mrs Marcella Kaufman, Mrs Marie Gross. and Mrs Alex Esser. SM Sgt Francis Frank left Saturday, July 26 for Vietnam and has the following address: SM-Set Francis Frank, 12th Cmb! Sp Gp, APO San Francisco, Calif. 96326. S.W. Corley by MRS WILBUR CARROLL Mrs John Ingwers was hostess to the Fairview Friendly 500 Club Wednesday. Score winners were Mmes Godfrey Andersen, Walter Johnson and Verda Dinesen respectively. Mrs Hazel Babbitt will entertain the club Aug. 6. Mr and Mrs Oscar Schultz visited in the Donald Schultz home Wednesday evemng. Monday the Schultz' attended funeral services for Theodore Glessman at Papillion, Neb. The also attended funeral services for Irvin Wilds at Council Bluffs. Natalie Asmus of Mindon was a weekend visitor of Valerie Klindt in the David Klindt home. Mr and Mrs Leo Asmus and Paula were Sunday dinner guests of the Klindts and Natalie returned home with them. Rata and Becky Peters were Wednesday over- night guests in the Klindt home. Double Four Club met with Mrs Elmer Mauer Tuesday. Mrs Robert Goshorn and Mrs Iva Brown were guests. Prize wire hers were Mrs Edwin Pruess and Mrs Will Pruess. Mrs Russell Orth will be hostess to the club July 29. Mr and Mrs Ronald Davis, Craig and Colleen returned Wednesday from a two weeks vacation with Mr and Mrs" Richard Davis in Phoenix, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis visited with Mrs Maude Davis near Tennant Sunday evening. The Jerry Schmitz family of ALUMINUM SHEETS Wall Lake were Sunday evening Size 23x35 inches. Fine for dinner guests of Mr and Mrs lining buildings, corn cribs, Hugo Schmitz and Gaff. Virgil weather-proofing, flashing signs, Coenens and family were Sunday etc. We use these high grade evening visitors, aluminum sheets once for Carolyn and David Mor- printing and then diScard them. tonson of Omaha returned home ONE SHEET - 25 cents with their parents, Ronald Mortonsons on Monday after at HARLAN TRIBUNE Kirkman News BY NANCY SHANNON Phil Bloomquists and family of Nebraska City, Neb. were Friday and Saturday overnight guests of William Heilesens. Christy Bloomquist remained with the Heilesens for the following week. To help Lamont celebrate his birthday Sunday, Walter Kilworths and family and Lonnie Littlefields and family, all of Exira, were guests at the Lavon Christiansen home. Mrs Eddie Petersen was a Monday afternoon guest of Mrs Agnes Petersen of Harlan. Richard Andersens and girls of Harlan visited with Elmer Andersens Sunday evening. Their daughter, Lisa, remained with her grandparents, until Monday. Marvin Rasmussens, Mrs Jon Rasmussen and Gene Greers and family were guests of Mrs Michael Rasmussen of Harlan Thursday evening in honor of her son Kevin's first birthday. Monday evening callers at the Ken Richards home were Jim Keedys and family of Waterloo, Ken Hasses and family of Irwin, Rob Huber and Linda Holloway. Pam Keinast of Jefferson spent last week with Clinton Keinasts. Russell Crofts attended the 50th wedding anniversary of Lloyd Gaers at Veterans Auditorium in Harlan Sunday afternoon. Bill Browers and Nile Browers spent Sunday morning at Desoto Bend cooking out. Monday evening Russell Penrys visited Arthur Christiansens at Denison. The Harry Ahrenholtz family attended the wedding of Russell Ahrenholtz and Marcia Scott at the Manilla Lutheran Church Saturday evening. Hans Nielsens were hosts at a barbecue Thursday evening. Those present were Messrs and Mmes Forrest Adams, Valen Christiansen, Ray McIntosh, Harry Ahrenholtz, Paul Nielsen, Merlin Heilesen, Larry Richards, Ivan Fries, Richard Petersen, Gary Allen, Bernard Lapke of Dunlap, Virgil Christiansen, Dale Dunn, Ellsworth Shannon and Dr. and Mrs Don King of Council Bluffs. Rodney, son of Gene Wiigs was among the guests dining with Tiny (Dewayne) Lund Wed- nesday evening. Bill Minchows and family of Oxford. Nab. were uests of Gayle Petersens Thursday and Friday. Norman Wiigs and family attended the Knudson reunion in Manning Sunday. Ellsworth Shanaons and Jack and Mrs Norris OlsQn and Gloria of Ft. Bliss, Tex.,were Friday evening supper guests of Mrs Harp Shannon of Harlan. Mrs 00:,>PUBLIC NOTICES ! CITY OF HARLAN NOTICE OF HEARING ON THE VACATION, SALE AND CONVEYANCE OF REAL ESTATE Public Notice is herebyiven that the City Council of the City of Harlan, Iowa will meet at 5:30 o'clock o.m. On the 19th day of August, ]969, n the Council Chambers in the City Hall in the City of Harlan, Iowa for the purpose of holding a PUblic hearing on the matter of the vacation, sa e and conveyance of the following described property, at which time and place persons interested may appear and file objections thereto: "The north half of Eighth Street lying west of Block (27) ntheoriginat plat of Harlan. Iowa.'" By order of the City Council of the City of Harlan, Iowa. C. F. HASKELL, City Clerk (Publish NA JUlV 21-28) I I Olson and Gloria remained there overnight. Dale Baughmans and family were Sunday supper guests of Mrs George Sewert of Denison. A Sunday visitor of Leonard Kleins was Raymond Mickels of Portsmouth. Thursday afternoon Lavon Christiansens and boys called on James Rosemans of Omaha. Roy Andersens of Harlan were Sunday afternoon visitors of Elmer Andersens. Dale Fiscus visited at the Wayne Fiscus home for several days last week. Saturday dinner guests of Marvin Rasmussens were Norman Andersens of Des Moines. Harry Ahrenholtz and Junior Holloway attended the National Fertilizer Solutions Round-up in Kansas City Tuesday and Wednesday. Sunday evening Lavon Christiansens and boys called on Alfred Christiansens of Harlan. Gene Wiigs attended the reunion of the Class of '64 at a restaurant in Denison Saturday evening. They also attended a picnic at the Irwin Park on Sunday afternoon which the class held. Mrs Ellsworth Shannon and Jack and Mrs Norris Olson and Gloria were guests at the Jack Wailes home in Manning Saturday. Norman and Tinus Son- dergaard hosted Lavon Christiansens and boys at supper at a restaurant in Harlan Friday evening. They later spent the evening at the Sondergaard home. WIN PURPLE RIBBON Debbie Christiansen and Mary Ann Klein received a purple ribbon on their girls' 4-H demonstration "Here's Luci" at the Shelby County Fair Tuesday. They will now proceed to the Iowa State Fair in Des Molars. Terry Fiscus and Jon 00:21JBLIC NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR SHELBY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA JACOBY, Oeceased. Probate No. 23-151-8052 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENTOF EXECUTORS, ANO NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ANNA JACOBY, Deceased : You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of July, 1969, the Last Will and Testament of Anna Jacoby deceasec bearing date of the 4th day of Jute. 1946. and Codicil dated Novemoer 21, 1958 was admitted to probate in the above named Court and that Edwin H. Jacoby, Helen H. Book and John P. Jacoby were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said Will and Codicil must be brought in the District Court of said County within one year from the date of the second oublication of this notice, or lhereafter be forever barred. Notice is turther given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to" the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall rite them with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by taw, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within Six months from the second ublicatio of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter De forever barred. Dated this 23rd day of July', 1969. EDWIN H JACOBY, Denison, la. HELEN H. BOOK, Defiance, la. JOHN P. JACOBY, Denison, la. Route 1 Executors of said Estate More & More Attorneys for said Executor Harlan, Iowa Date of secona publication, 4th day of August, 1969. I have sold my Jensen Truck business & equipment to Darrell Clayton and Larry Jacobsen of Walnut. I wish to thank the many fine customers who have patronized me over the years. The new owners will serve you well. -- HARVEY B. JENSEN NEW OWNERS: DARRELL CLAYTON & LARRY JACOBSEN operating under the business name of Walnut Transfer Phone Collect Walnut 784-4471 We will continue to offer Local and Long Distance hauling of livestock and grain. I III I I Rasmussen returned from National Guard summer camp at Camp McCoy, Was. Saturday. Mrs Tony Appel called on Mrs Jack Kirschbaum and Henry Mertens at Myrtue hospital Tuesday. She also visited Gertie Kirschbaum at the Baptist Memorial Home and was a lunch guest of Mrs Zoe Olson. Lavon Christiansens and sons and Emmert Andersens and Soottie spent Monday at Lake View and Swan Lake. Mmes Jan Rasmussen and Terry Fiscus were supper guests of Mrs Lumen Jacobsen at Harlan Tuesday. Marvin Rasmussens at- tended a "Walnut Grove" picnic at Prairie Rose Park Sunday evening. Norma Ericksen spent last week at the Edwin Olson home. Ellsworth Shannons and family and James Roth of Carroll LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE PAGE 8 Harhm, Ia. News Advertiser Man. Morning, July 28, 1969 Phone 755-3111 took Mrs Norris Olson and Gloria to Eppley Airfield in Omaha Sunday. Mrs Olson and Gloria then returned to their home in Ft. Bliss, Tex. Mrs Terry Fiseus spent last week with Mrs John Rasmussen. Sunday evening Lavon Christiansens and family called on Mrs Sadie Andersen at Little Flower Haven in Earling. Saturday Mrs Richard Petersen and family and Mrs Virgil Christiansen and family attended Gaige Petersen's 9th birthday party at the Gayle Petersen home. Mmes Terry Fiscus and Jan Rasmussen were among the guests at a surprise birthday supper for Clinton Keinast Thursday evening. Shelby County 1970 Budget Estimate Mr and Mrs have been Sp4 Galen D. transferred to Brigade in Viet member of the "SKY who are capabilities of the namese soldiers assisting, the their goal of a free society under a their choice. His Galen D. Gaer apt. Bn (I-IHD), Francisco, Calif. RENT A NEW cling Machine by Harlan Tribune. LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE--The board of auperviaara of $-h-1; " ............. County, Iowa, will meet .................... 'q.gu$.t;.-.]!. , 1969, atQ;...O.M at h.@l..h..qDt'...rt.._.&le ......... Taxlyer8 will be heard for or against the following ,tamale of exlndltur9 far th fi.alarJilt----uary l, 1970. ..................... "-4 t) -,d' ttt..D...?Cf.f .......................... PublAed #eu-Adv.est u 28 g T.,U_bw' ..t.y 31 Cuntr Auditor 1 It II 4 I Cllh Balance EXPENDITURE FOR YEAR  Rtmltl Famal FUNDS by Fundt Emditur U' I Jan. 1,198g For r Foe r Eatlma Bala to Othor 1967 19 1970 Rlee  T Ja. 1,1}70 1970 aral ].].l.7SS. I?K.OO. I12_.. 2&l_ &M. in7 .&77. "tO _ ---, l .,rt Ex,.. 47,{}00. 3S.OOO. "t2 .[, ?I..O. IJi .O. oO01; 1 r 55,768. 80,000. 73.00o. 100.000. 14.OO. 42 3 '[ ate Institution ].. 740. . 51. 11] .. 172 -. a 7 " `ta [ o=ty Mtl Hlth ].3. 941. .1.7g(I. 7. all. . "tO. 0 tt. 7. OG..., tl Hlth Catr 12,947. 1.O00. 9.4Mt5. 20.000. 14.O0. (KO,.. aunt, hool ldi=' Pll,t 15, 3;4. 4,260 S.100. 1O.000. 10.000. ,00{;)(' ravine Tuberculol. / 0  961. 4, S00, 2 6].0, a. 000, 6,000,  uny Fair& 4oH Club 362. ,o.,o, .o,,, ,,.,,,. oo. ub. Emp. Pet. (Stat) 6.19. a .8"tO. R .Ult. 1 .a25. &. ]111. 0N np x,iation 8.14. 6,906. 6,512, 12.000. 2,000, 0.Nm- unty ,u.t Conr,tion 13,492. 23,577. zg, 55a. 4L2 194 1. 0(. m.'m ..- atlas Mhin j hil&'ea'| Detatlon Home art Liability OQ,00, . 0OOO* 3.000. 1.500. Ofll ] 11% mill= TwO. only 1301000. ?0s703. 382 *000, $$8.6. 130,000, . -nO00--." Road gse Tax 604500. 641000. 74K).000. 740.000.- . % mill all ropert 27.240. 27.955. 30.&2. ..., mill ?'q' nlr , 24997. 25741. 28901. Rrd. . oal Misc. zz.a00. 't0,056. 1, ZOO. t. loo- opJ $27,07, L,O$,fiB. .,4,1 I,Z3,4B. $64,S=6. ass.700- stimatdtaxHper$1,000ofassualvalue$ 22.845  $ 47,7g. i /968 COu/t:y VI].t:LO I * .................... 3BfSltT17. m ZIB IRuEa.Z Valllt&on I e I I I I I I I CESSPOOL- SEPTIC TANK PUMPING You must be,satisfied with the work we do ,, ' ; and the price we charge Phone Earling 747-3632 or 747-2661 collect RICHARD KOESTERS Formerly olereted by Fred Btlnn I I I II DON KLOEWER -- CESSPOOL PUMPING $15 let load; additional loads $5.00 Tank capacity 1,500 gals.  Prompt Service Phone 748-3961 -- Defiance, Iowa i Professions DR. K. L. MUELLER CHIROPRACTOR 1206 7th Street Dial 755-5406 Ill I I CHRISTENSEN Veterinary Clinic 306 7TH $TREET Herlen -- 755-S(02 Dr. E. T. Christensen Insurance Insurance Dept. Shelby Co. Abstract Bruce W. Ouren Bud Ouren 755-2174 BERNIE VAN DUYN Call: 755-5042 E ASSURED E INSURED A. V. PARKER INSURANCE AGENCY DIAL 755-519S I I CITY OFFICERS Mayor ...... Dr. K. L. Mueiler City Clerk ...... Cliff Heekell Council -- Leroy Chrletenaen, Wm. Tlnsley, Gerald Clark, Jim Noble, John Vandllr. heiden, and Dr. Earl Bolting- houla. Health Officer .... Dr. 8pelting Fire Chief ...... Cliff Wignaee Polloo Chief ...... AI Gangle, ILJ, AN WrILITIE8 Board of Trulteee -- Daln Frederiokaon, pence Vender. linden, Phil Phelpl. Manager ...... Donald Bregg CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President ............ Bob RoBe Manager .......... AI Stewart COUNTY OFFICERS Senator ........ James 8chaben St;'to Rap'live AIfPed Nielsen Auditor ............ Pete CPoft Mid. Examinee, Dr. Carl BilOard Treasurer Ralph Henderson Clerk of ceurtl Leonard Grlmeloy Recorder .... Donna Wllltlml aherlff ...... Orrlll Olirhl Attorney ........ David M lore hllellOr Hlnl Chriltlanlen Board of BupeP1/JBoPe Fred L. Raemueeen, Peder Andersen Ore (BuoK) Holloway Engineer ........ ate n lay CoUnty Conservation Board Frank Meeeerehmidt, Norman acott, Gena Liiqln, Di411 Young, Joe Whr. I,RLA.N PUBLIC LIBRARY Houri Daily, 12:30 to S p.m, Also Frldey niCht 7 to , Cloled eundayl. CO. SOCIAL WELFJE BRD. Buck Hollowey, Mrs Max Plumb, Clods Reynoldl, CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION County auperint ent Forreet Brouhard; Deen LuxfoPd, Mill Ray Tredwey, aa/mar Hodn4t Ambroeo Muenohrath Ilmmept ateen. WELFARE AGENCIES RI Crolm- MPa Llnul Hartman, Home Service 4L Military Bar. vice Aid. Salvetien Army  G. K. swift Art Doran, Loo Mooa, MYRTUE MEM. HOSPITAL AdmlniltPator, Cletua Turnbach Bolrd of Directors Geoflle 0 Hurley, Jerry LIFe0n, Bob Sullivan Alvin Ihna(:k, Joe Marion II0olm, Jmee The PIZZA PUB Ph. 755-2666 OPEN 7 DAYS EACH WEEK ELECTRIC SERVICE Minor to PETERSEN and 1114 St. .Buying or lli REAL ESTAT " See ROMAN P11one EARLING, PAUL A Town & Farm Estate -- Farm 755-2157 or SHELBY ABSTRACT cO. Abstraets. Dial 755.2174 SCHWINN Sales - .( WE TRAD BACON JIM'S TV Black and MOTOROLA TV Sales and JIM BOHAIff PLASTIC For Butdm Truck - Cat R.M. Dial IN REAL MUTUAL A.A. 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