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Nei hborhood News by KimWegener from the culinary arts program (food tech.) A reception was held in Larry's honor at the home of his parents on August 5. Guests attending were Mr and Richard Thompson, Ute., Mrs Guy Gittins, Hinton; Mr and Mrs Donovan Grap, Portsmouth; Mr and Mrs Don Petersen, Mr and Mrs Paul Wingert, Mr and Mrs Roger Bissen and Brittany, Mr and Mrs Galen Ahrenholtz and Ron, Mr and Mrs Hank Riessen, Pastor and Mrs Michael Eckert, Laurie and Sarah, Mrs Dean Fredricksen, Caroline Hansen, Joe Mahlberg, John Conrad, Denny Dobemecker and Dean Blum all of Harlan. He re- ceived many nice gifts and cards. Larry Glttins Jr"  Jansen Jansen d h d C 000000mlowaW00= Lin a Fa n an LF over t:ommunity College in to perform at Council BluffsonAugust3 Iowa State Fair appear in national magazine A family reunion was held at the Gene and Jail Get- tys home July 28-August 4. All their children were home: Pam and Dan Captain, Sarah, Matthew and Jason of Seneca, Me., Tom and Lori Gettys, Joan, Ross and Angie of Gar- land, "IX., Jill and Tom Mur- laugh, Julie and Becky of Harlan, Joe L. and Iris Gettys of Virginia Beach, VA., Jack and Amanda Gettys of Nor- folk, VA., Tricia and John Doonan, Harlan; and Gene Gettys Jr., Des Moines, also Gene's mother, Clara Gettys, Harlan. Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Martha Chris- tensen were Captain and Mrs Kenneth Cahan and Kelli and Shane Krepp of Omaha and Joe Fall of Harlan. Captain Cahan owns the charter boat "Mariner" which is docked at the Anchor Inn in Omaha. Larry, Judy and Amy Patten attended commence- ment exercises at Iowa State University in Ames on Au- gust 5. Their son and brother, Alan Patten, graduated with a bachelor of business adminis- tration degree in finance and economics. Tom Koos and his fi- ance, Debbie Warren, Mr and Mrs Lon Warren and Mrs Harriet Kennedy all of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests of ve and Kay . RACHEL ANN KENKEL Pat and Ruthe Pattison attended the Manhattan, KS., High School class of 1949 re- unlon in Manhattan last weekend. They also visited with Ruthe's brother, Mr and Mrs Robert Hetzler in Man- hattan and other friends and relatives. A family dinner was held on Sunday. Rachel Ann Kenkel, daugh- ter of Kevin and Colleen Kenkel of Harlan, celebrated her first birthday, August 9. Rachel has two brothers, Jared, 5, and Ryan, 3. Her grandparents are Cecil and Ann Blum, Harlan, and Norman and Joyce Kenkel, Earling. Rachers great grand- ents are Emma Kenkel, g; and Dorothy Inderlied, Broken Arrow, OK. NICHOLAS PETERS Nicholas Eldon Peters cele- brated his first birthday, Au- gust 4. He is the son of Ned and Kelly Peters, Harlan. Nicholas has a brother, Adam, 3. His grandparents are Ken and Ralpha Olson, Harlan, and Vernus and Ethel Peters of Avoca. His great grandmother is Mildred Catlett of Eudora, KS. IDra Lines by Mary Finken You will fred at the library: Teeth from a prehistoric mammoth that were found in a gravel pit south of Harlan. They are in the display case in the front of the library. Video cassettes to help get better grades in school and col- lege. The title of the cassettes is Where There's a Will There's an... A." Bifolkal Kits for loan from our regional office to help in planning enjoyable programs on Remembering Fashion, Automobiles, School Days, County Fairs, Summertime, Fall, Train Rides, Birthdays, and others. Kits contain slide set and narrative tape, sing-along songs on tape, booklet of large- print songs and poetry, things to touch, scents, skits, and manual with program suggestions. New books such as: Margaret Truman's newest novel, Murder at the Kennedy Center. King of the Night; the life of Johnny Carson. Champion of the Great American Family; a personal and political book, by Pat Schroeder. Murder on the Glitter Box, by Steve Allen. Large Print Books; romance, westerns, mysteries, and non- fiction. Value Line to help with investments. Libraries are not just books anymore. You will find com- puters, audio and video tapes, projectors, magazines and news- papers, reference and interlibrary loan services. A library card entitles you to all the library services. One is available to you upon request. Job seeking Area College News skdls semmar .................................... set for Aug. 23 Dawn Hall has recently been elected president of Iowa State University's chapter of Financial Management Asso- ciation Honorary Society. She will be in charge of Saturday guests of Marie Hansen were LeAnn Grabill, Steve Crawly and Robert Grabill all of San Jose, CA, and Lisa and Lance Neve of Omaha. The group along" setting up investment comps- with the Paul Grabill family titions, trips to financial were guests at the home of institutions and arranging Don and Bonnie Grabill in speakers on various financial Okoboji over the weekend, tocs. tJawn is the daughter of former Harlan residents, Gary and Pam Hall of Manilla. Sue Mikels o f Portsmouth and Diane Osbahr of Neola were initiated into the Iowa Western Community College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, during a ceremony on July 31. Phi Them Kappa is an in- ternational honor society for two-year colleges. Dean and Linda Pedersen of Naperville, IL., were guests of Veda Pedersen to help her celebrate her birthday. Glen and Connie Pedersen of Waterloo called Veda on Sat- urday morning to extend birthday greetings. In the afternoon the group took a cake to the Salem Lutheran Homes and celebrated with four of Veda's cousins, Ralph Nielsen, Edia Marsh, Elva Petersen and Nettie Nelsen. Evening guests at the Pedersen home were Janice Roenfeld of Avoca, and Mr and Mrs Howard Pedersen of Harlan. -- PNONE YOUR NEWS TQ 755-$|11 -- A free four and a half hour mini session will be offered on how to write resumes, how to successfully interview for a )b and give current career i Xormation. The seminar will meet on Aug. 23 from 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. at Iowa West- ern's Atlantic Center, 906 Sunnyside Lane. To register and for more in- formation call Marie Elkin at 325-3404. v -Cross-Lites says: -4 Lord, you have made known to me the ways l of life, you will rnake i me full of joy with your countenance. I I The Harlan Lioness Club cordially Invites ell ladles of the community to attend a MEMBERSHIP TEA Sun., Aug. 20 2:00 p.m. HARLAN NATIONAL BANK COMMUNITY ROOM 812 Durant St., Harlan, IA PLEASE JOIN US TO LEARN ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECTS AND TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS! " PUBLIC AUCTION SUN., AUG. 13 1:30 p.m. Vet's Auditodum, Xarlan, IA WALTER MULLER, OWNER AUCTIONEERS: DICK MCLAUGHUN & JAY SCHABEN Jansen Jensen will perform in the Bill Riley Talent Show preliminary round on the out- door plaza stage at the Iowa Slate Fair on Aug. 21. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Jensen, rural Harlan. Contestants will draw for performance times in the af- ternoon. Janeen will be per- forming some time after 2 p.m. STACY BARRY Stacy Barry accepts position in Des Moines Stacy Barry, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milton Barry of Ir- win, has completed an intern- ship at Polk County Youth Services in Des Moines. She will receive a BS degree in human services and psychol- ogy from Wayne State Col- lege, Wayne, NE., on Aug. 11. Stacy has accepted employ- ment with the Polk County Youth Services. She is a 1985 raduate of Irwin-Kirkman igh School. Lung support group to meet on August 15 The lung support group r SalnSOred by Myrtue Memo- Hospital will meet on August 15 at 7 p.m. in the hospital's Auble Conference Center in Harlan. A program on chest physical therapy and medications will be presented. The support group is for persons with emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma or other forms of chronic ob- structive pulmonary lung dis- ease. It is designed to teach the sufferers of lung disease and their families how to live more complete lives, despite the disease. For more information con- tact the hospital's education department at 755-5161. NOTICE 9-89 SUBSCRIBERS submitted by Toots Heflin In the afterglow of the Shelby County Fair with, its champions and ribbons freshly m mind, a look at another Shelby County girl who went on to other fields after 4-H experience might be in order. Linda Fahn, daughter of Duane and Karen Fahn of Harlan, graduated from Harlan Community High School in 1984. Always interested in horses, she was not content to close a chapter on the excitement and thrill of competetive horse- manship in which she had participated since she was nine years old. Her parents are as interested as Linda and find the raising of foals, many of which she uses, to be a satisfying busi- ness. When LF Cover Girl was born in their barn with a pedi- gree of distinguished showhorses to her credit, the entire family was thrilled with the long legged, silver tailed filly who was bright-eyed and alert from her first moments. Half Arabian, she is a Na- tional Show Horse Breed ani- mal and went on to become a National Champion in En- glish Pleasure 3 Gaited Ama- teur and Open Fine Harness Class in the National Show Horse Nationals in 1988. The July 1989 official pub- lication of the National Show Horse Registry, "National Show Horse' magazine, has a detailed article and a picture of Linda and LF Cover Girl with an impressive list of win- nings. Linda is a senior at the University of Iowa majoring in psychology. She is also working with two other horses there. Congratulations and wishes for continued success in both fields to a Shelby County champion. BOB CASHATT Bob Cashatt receives certificate Check the date on your sub- Bob Cashatt, Harlan, re- scription - it is stamped right cently received a stationary after your name on page one. engineer s certificate, third If it says 9-89 that means your grade, from the Omaha De- paper expires this month and partm.ent of Public Safety, will be stopped on Sept. 1, permits and inspection divi- 1989. sion. Cashatt was awarded the certification following a 13- week course and successful Weekly completion of an examination, Health which covered advanced train- ing in electricity, steam, re- frigeration, plumbing and Tp some electronics. Cashatt is employed in the maintenance department at Myrtue Memorial Hospital, Harlan. By ROB JACKSON R.Ph. CONSTIPATION Conslipation (failure to have a BM for more than 3 days) may be remedied or prevented by: 1. drinking plenty of fluids. 2. Regular exercise. 3. A diet of high-f'er foods - whole grains, fruits, vegetables and unproc- essed bran. Grandma often used prunes, raisins and figs to avoid constipation. Our phar- macy has laxatives for occa- sional constipation, but they should not be used habitually. 2308 12th St., Harlan 755-3823 Monday, Friday 8:30 a.m.-S.' p.m. Saturday 8:30 .m.-1 p.m. Linda Fahn of Harlan and her show horse, LF Cover Girl, in the July edition of National Show Horse, the official National Show Horse Registry. She is the daughter of Duane , of Harlan, and a 1984 graduate of Harlan Community High SchoOt. She is a senior psychology major at the University of Iowa. See Recipe Corner Stacie's Brownies submitted by Mae Petersen, Jacksonville 114 cup margarine 1 pkg. (6 oz.) semi-sweet chocolate chips 3/4 cup sugar 2/3 cup flour 1/2 tsp. vanilla 1/4 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 2 eggs Melt margarine and chocolate chips in a sauce pan over low heat. Stir in remaining ingredients. Bake in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or until center is set in an 8 x 8 pan. Does not need frost- ing. Refrigerator Strawberry Dessert submitted by Mac Petersen, Jacksonville 3 pkg. strawberry jello (3 oz. size) 2 cups boiling water 3 cups vanilla ice cream 3 10 oz. pkg. of strawberries (thawed) Dissolve jello in boiling water. Stir in ice cream and strawberries until well blended. Place in re- frigerator until set. Broiled Potato Slices" submitted by Mae Petersen, Jacksonville several medium potatoes salad oil salt and paprika Preheat oven broiler Wash but do not pare potatoes. Cut into 1/4 inch slices, dip in salad oil. Season with salt and paprika. 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