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August 11, 1989

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to French braid the hair of Lynnette of Iowa Western Community they prepare for "A New You," for ladies 12 and older, to be held Aug. 12 i Church in Harlan. Western's Harlan Center t 'A New You' HOSPITAL I NOTES of HCHS's Home Economics Department will discuss You," a "Social Graces." ladies 12 ,ug. 12 at A luncheon and style show Church in will follow. Rainbow of Fashion, Kaleidoscope, the Iowa Fourth Generation and Harlan :nt Sewing Center each will pro- in the sent six great looks for fall. an The cost is $15 per person will run or $25 for two. All proceeds 30 p.m. will go toward Iowa Western begin Foundation scholarships for a talk local students. Women To preregister or for more the lnside" information, contact the Harlan Harlan Center at 755-3568. School able to Headlines discuss Skin "lll}llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIJ Manilla ast and Pastor and Mrs Joseph and g Roger Conrads were visitors Home of Wes Dumdeis, Friday General night. Western's Esta Belle Denton of will Philadelphia, PA., was a cof- :althy is fee guest of Jan Dumdei, Ferry Monday morning. Transport has moved... So n the Mall of the Bluffs, 1.80 & Madison Avenue, uth entrance, near the Bank and Postal Service. on airline h'ckets, cruises, tours, auto (Stop by for a fiee 4-year calendar holiday guide.) KO128az 8 AM to 9 PM: M onday - Friday 51503 10 AM to 6 PM: Saturday CALENDAR of EVENTS August 9-11 -- A.P.W.A. State Convention, Harlan August 12 -- St. Mary's Parish Picnic, all day, Panama August 12 -- Stock Car Races, 8 p.m., Shelby County Fahrounds August 13 .. American Cancer Society Golf Benefit, 12:30 p.m., Harlan Golf and Country Club August 14 -- Shelby County Ladies Auxiliary to the VFW meeting, 7:30 p.m., Mickers Restaurant August 14 -. PEGS Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Immanuel Lutheran Church August 15 -- Guest Day, noon meal, Senior Citizen's Center Aug. 16 & 17 - WIC clinics, 9 am, appts, through West Central, 755-7322 August 20 .. Pork Roast, Fiscus, Baptist Church, all day August 21 -- Parish Picnic, all day, Persia August 22 -- Evening Meal and Birthday Party, 6 p.m., Senior Citizen's Center August 27 .- Cosmetology workshop, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Iowa Western, Harlan August 27 -- Old Neighbor's Picnic, 1 p.m., 59'er Restaurant August 30-September 4 -- Old Time Country Music Festival, Avoca Clay Twp. Mrs Esther Rutherford spent from Thursday to Sunday with Mary at Lake Okoboji. Mary had just returned from a youth convention at the Mexican- American Mission at the Lutheran Church in Torrano, Mexico. Saturday, Esther and Mary and Mrs Kevin Rutherford and Kristen went to Worthington, MN., to visit Ethel Voehl, who is Esther's aunt. Max Townes spent from Friday to Sunday at North Platte, NE., visiting Clare Nelsons and other relatives. Rick Nelson family of Corning spent the weekend with Herbert Nelsons. ATTENDED ANDERSEN REUNION Marvin Andersens and Rod Minssen family attended the Andersen picnic at the Elk Horn Park Sunday. Milo Andersens attended the Hansen family picnic at Elk Horn Park Sunday, with 32 in attendance. GUESTS FOR DINNER Vernon Mardesens and Mrs Dorothy Pederson were Sunday dinner guests of Ronald Kadels in Minden. Roger Parkers spent Sunday afternoon at Tony Petersens in Kimballton. N. Elmer Christensens were Thursday eve visitors of Dale Juelsgaards. Mrs Dean Fabian and Jody and Chuck Walken returned home Saturday after spending a week with Denny Juhls in Colorado Springs. II 1 Myrtue Memorial Hcepital report for the period Aug. 5-8, 1989. Vis- iting henri are from 1 to 8:30 p.m. S ADMITTED Gladys Knudsen, Hadan Elmer Axland, Irwin Bradley Sehoening, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schoening, Hartan Bill Daeges, Hadan Melanie Harryman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Harryman, Haflan 12 DISMISSED Traey A. Jablonsky, Harlan Selma Christensen, Audubon Faye Jacobsen, Harlan Allan Eflbacher, Defiance Diane Nielsan and baby, Exira John Ronnfeldt, Avoca J. C. Pennel, Portsmouth August Hastert, Panama Clara Chrimsan, Elk Horn Alma Schaaf, Avoca Loretta Jans, Earlin 8 NO BIRTHS YOU ARE INVITED -r -." .... :  -r-,.  - r .- First '  ' - Untte-'- -':/-"" , . - ...... ' " Methodtst Church of Harlan Saturday Evening Worship - 7:00 p.m. Sunday Christian Education - 9:15 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship -10:40 a.m. Sunday Evening Harlan Cable Channel 12 - 7 p.m. "A place where joy is shared & love is lived" Pastors: JANNE & STEVE CLINTON 9th & Ourant Harlan 755-5172 ///////////////// Sheriff's Report IcJJJJJJJi/ff//j/jifffjjf/fffjjjf/ VANDALISM - Eugene Petersen, Shelby, told authori- ties an unknown person(s) poked two holes in the side of a trailer located at his residence on July 30. No damage esti- mate was given. DEER ACCIDENT - A 1989 Pontiac driven by James P. Cairney, 20, Harlan, sus- tained $1,000 damage when it collided with a deer approxi- mately three and one-half miles southwest of Harlan on a county road. Far Sec A-Pg. 3A ' lan IA News Advertiser I ri. mom.,Aug. 11,1989 ) Phone 755-3111 MIMEO PAPER - LETTER AND legal size in many colors and white. Case discounts. See the choices at Harlan Tribune. HARLAN THEATRE Iil ""  "BATMAN" Student Subscription thru May 15, 1990 s17 (in Iowa or Omaha) $20 outside of Iowa IIARLAN NEWSPAPERS 755-3111 i III I I BUSCH BEER .) 1 +DEP. 99 Sale Good Thurs., Aug. 10 thru Aug. 15. Amoco Corner Store 2401 12th St. Harlan, IA 755-2324 /AMOCO) [I00T EL.SE "I)4ERE "1"0 P0 qI00UR] GI v Gll. FIb'E I LEFT qOO,  ! RID YOUR DOG OF FLEAS & TICKS "IV 'X I; PlZ)Y, EI, I ANP q'(Xle ! ,,r,,,,?/ Tues., Aug. 15 (4-7p.m.) B L 0 0 D ! ALLDOGS MuFRyQNEJOAsALLATS. PLEASE. Plus Special Discounts: GOAL: 102 PINTS Thurs., Aug. 17 11 a.m.-5 p.m. ST. JOSEPH'S HALL EARLING, IA For Appointment Call Donna Trierweiler 747-9211 Message sponsored by Earling Bus/ness Club Chairman: Grace Gaul FREE HOTDOGS & COKE TO EVERY- ONE WHO BRINGS IN A DOG! $2 Discount on 50 lb. Bags of Dog Burger, Huntsman and Canine Delight S1 Discount on 20 lb. bags of Country Cat cat food All pet products (including flea & tick collars also specially priced! HARLAN FEED SERVICE 2607 8th St., Harlan 755-3174 The Official Pet Food of ])isnland. Big Thunder RanchT EN DANCE SAT., AUG. 12 CORLEY Music By: COMMUNITY HALL "The Jolly Home Brewers" 8 p.m.-12 a.m. CORLEY, IA ICHELE CARTER PAUL PLUMB Wedding Dance Sat., Aug. 12 IRWIN COMM. 8 p.m.-12 a.m. BLDG. Music By: D.J. COUNTY SPEEDWAY, HARLAN, IA CAR RACES Sat., Aug. 12 O (Rain Date, Sun., Aug. 13) 8 p.m. HEAT RACES A & B FEATURE TROPHY DASH POWDER PUFF $2,300 PURSE DRIVER FEE: $30 Includes Car, Driver, Scorer & Insurance on Driver Admission: $3 $1-12 & Under Preschool Free Pit Pass $8 Shelby Co. Fair Corp. RUDY ROUHOFF, Race Director Harlan 755-3339 GAMES MON., AUG. 14 AMERICAN LEGION BLDG. $500 7P.M. HARLAN, L 60 NUMBERS S PARISH, PANAMA SAT. & SUN., STEAK DINNER GAMES REGISTER TO WIN AUCTION FREE OUTDOOR =600 Sat. Night PICNIC AUG. 12-13 SUN., 4-8 P.M. ENTERTAINMENT 6:30 p.m. HOOKERS FISH CLUe SUN., AUG. 13 PRAIRIE ROSE STATE PARK 'S DAY ,A.M. 11A.M. FREE amSnlMlOll. TIlE mU'HEtSr 11 A.M.-NOON, FOOD & FUN SHELTER HOUSE AT THE EAST END OF THE LAKE. AGES UP TO 15 YEARS OLD Bring Your Fiing Equipment & Bait TROPHIES & PRIZES AWARDED