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........................ News 8-8-89 PANAMA PICNIC St. Mary's parish picnic will be Aug. 12 and 13, cele- brating our 90th year as a parish, featuring the auction at 6:30 p.m., Saturday and the steak dinner on Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. There will be enter- tainment from both young and old. See you there. Dan Careys from San Antonio, TX.; Jane Carey of Cape Coral, FL.; Mike Corey family of Middletown, CT., and Bob Carey of San Antonio, TX., spent time at Phil Careys. Several of them had not been home for four years. While here they also at- tended the Susie Gaul and Paul Mahlberg wedding at St. Joseph's Church, Earling, the reception and dance following. Sylvester Michelses visited Thursday eve with his sister, Mrs Myron Kington and hus- band at Irwin. Rita Cahmpion family of Omaha came for a visit at Phil Careys, especially to see the Carey cousins who were guests there. Ed Kwapiszeskies attended the open house honoring Dr. Stanosheck in Omaha, Saturday. Alice Chamberlain of Omaha spent the weekend with her mother, Agnes Chamberlain and brother, Ron. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Joe Morfelds returned home July 31 from Akron, Ohio. They with their son, Melvin, his wife and son, Michael of Omaha and a number of relatives attended the golden wedding celebration of their brother and uncle, AI Sondermans at the Catholic Church in Akron, July 29 and also the reception following. Fr. Bob Schoemann of Des Moines was celebrant of the marriage ceremony of his niece, Julie Pauley and Guyle Sonderman at St. Mary's Church, Panama, Aug. 5. While here he also visited his sister, Mrs Andy Pauley, members of her family, rela- tives and friends and attended the reception at St. Mary's Hall in Portsmouth. Weekend guests of Andy Pauley were Dale Kreher, Jennifer and Danielle of Omaha; Steve Nies, Andrea and Brant of Jesup; Jerry Hermsens of Dubuque; Doug Panley of Ankeny; Pat Pauley of Fort Morgan and Dan Pauley of Dike, coming espe- cially to attend the wedding of their sister and aunt, Julie Pauley and Guyle Sonderman at St. Mary's Church, Panama. Mary Pat Mahlberg of Co. Bluffs visited Sunday with her parents, Mike Mahlbergs and also with Marty Schmidts. ATTEND WEDDING Chris Blares Sr. attended the wedding of their grand niece, Julia Pauley and Guyle Sonderman at St. Mary's Church, Panama. Also attend- ing were Charles Blum and Louis Wingerts. FAMILY REUNION Melvin Schwerys, Mike Schwery, Jackie McKenzie, Sam Fergusons, Mark and. Alan all of Omaha and Keith Schwerys of Co. Bluffs at- tended the late Adolph and Theresa Schmitz family re- union, also joined other mem- bers of the family at the Irwin Community Hall, July 30. Gary Ratigans of Parkview and granddaughters, Audra and Katelyn Justice of Groton, CT., visited Saturday with Pat Ratigans and Patty. Phil Careys took their son Bob to the airport in Omaha where he returned to his duties in San Antonio, TX., after visiting his parents, brothers and sister here. Before return- ing home, Phil Careys stopped to see his sister, Rita Champion in Omaha. AREA VISITS Mark Bishoff family of Omaha spent the weekend with their parents and grand- parents Frank Nikki Bishoff stayed to spend her vacation with her grandparents. Sylvester Michelses, Cecelia Waltz and Hilda Blum were guests of Irene Hoffmann at Avoca Sunday. Patty Ratigan accompanied Janet Block, son Tim and friend Matt of Bellevue and Judy Block and son, Chris of Omaha to Parkview Monday to visit Gary Ratigan family. Tuesday, they all went to Chicago to attend the Chicago Cubs ballgame. Leo Pauley and Zeno Pauley attended the wedding Mass of t their niece, Julie Pauley and Guyle Sonderman at St. Mary's Church, Panama. Andy Pauleys and members of their family were guests of Guyler Sondermans at their farm home near Portsmouth Sunday afternoon to wimess the opening of their wedding gifts. Steve Nies, Andrea and Brent left Tuesday for home in Jesup after spending several days with their parents and grandparents, Andy Pauleys. FAREWELL PARTY Mike Ohlingers and Jessica were weekend guests of Clete (Margaret) Ohlingers in Pocahontas where they held a going away party for Mike's sister, Chuck (JoAnn) Poduska, Amy and Mary, who will be moving to Florida, Aug. 15. Attending the party were Clete Ohlingers, Mike Ohlingers, Chuck Poduskas, Wayne Hartmans and Emily, Mark Sernettes and Steven, Dan Murphys, Jennifer and John, Lynne Ohlinger, Michelle Eichler and many Poduska relatives. The party was hosted by Byron (Janet) Poduskas in Pocahontas. 8-8-89 Sunday, Cecelia Weihs, Theresa Henscheid, Agnes Goetzinger and Adeline Altman of Earling accompa- nied John Wagemans to Omaha to attend the 25th wed- cling anniversary of Marvin Coenens. CELEBRATING SILVER ANNIVERSARY Wilfred Coenens accompa- nied Ivo Coenens, Bob Coenen and nephew, Russell Coenen of Defiance to Omaha, July 30 to attend the 25th wedding anniversary of Marvin Coenens, their son, brother and uncle. They were present for the Mass at St. Bernadettes Church and the reception at Gross High School. Norman Schmitzes family, Dave Davises, Larry Schmitzes and sons and Zita Engel also at- tended. Sunday, Liz Ran accompa- nied Harvey Raus from Co. Bluffs to see Frank at Little Flower Haven. Sunday night, she accompanied Dan Raus of Harlan to see Frank and also Gladys' mother, Josephine Schaben. The Sewing Club met Tuesday afternoon with 15 members present sewing on one large quilt and starting an- other large one. Mrs Ed Goetzinger brought the lunch. Thursday, 15 members again met to finish one large quilt and sewed on another. Margaret Coenen furnished the lunch. GUESTS FOR DINNER Vivian Graybill of Omaha and Lucille McCord of Harlan were Monday eve dinner guests of Zita Engel. Mrs Joe Goeser accompa- nied Ambrose Gubbelses of Harlan to Co. Bluffs Wednesday eve to attend wake services at Meyer Funeral Home of a grand-nephew Randy Goeser, age 17. Also attending the wake and ser- vices on Thursday at St. Patrick's Church were Ed Goesers, Jane Goetzinger, Bruce Goesers and Jim Goeser of Harlan. Burial was at Ridgewood cemetery. Ralph Mumm of Chappell Hill, TX., spent the weekend with his sister and her hus- band, Alvin Schmitzes. Sunday p.m., Ralph left for Geddes, S.D., to spend a few days with another"sister and also his wife's family. He is heading for Rapid City to visit a son, Paul Mumm family. HAPPY 13TH Alvin Schmitzes were Wednesday dinner guests of Nell Shavers, to celebrate their granddaughter, Sarah's 13th birthday. Fr. Al Zimmerman S.V.D. of Tucson, AZ., is spending a few weeks vacationing in this area and staying at Barney Zimmermans. He visited his sisters, Betty Gaul of Earling; Ann Gaul of Omaha and his brother Roman of Oakland. He also concelebrated a Mass with Archbishop Arkfeld at the Little Flower Haven. Larry Zimmermans of New Richmond, WI., came for the Mass and reception honoring Sr. Jodelle Zimmerman, Sunday. Ft. Anthony Zimmerman arrived in Omaha on Friday. His brother, Fr Al and Barney Zimmerman met him and came back to Westphalia for several days visit and on Monday they will leave for Tucson, AZ. Glen Zimmermans and boys of Co. Bluffs and Mrs Lipharda Zimmerman of Earling visited Barney Zimmermans, Sunday eve. Portsmouth Lester Schmitzes attended the wake services of Randy Goeser held at Meyer Funeral Home in Co. Bluffs, Wednesday eve. Members of the Senior Citizen's (Golden Pioneers) will meet Aug. 15 at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Hall. Barb Sandbothe and Ramona Leinen were on the lunch committee. PASSENGER PASSENGER Mrs J.P. Stein and Ruby Wehr visited Sunday afternoon with J.P. Stein, Francis (Red) and Dorothy Leinen and Bill Grote at Little Flower Haven. Weekend guests of Al (Vi) Skalla were Vi's sister, Mrs George (Ann) Weigand, also Mrs Harold Weigand, Mrs Chuck Mat and son, Casey all of New Hampton. They re- turned home Monday. Wilson Hybrids, Inc. is now taking applications for truck drivers, corn sorters and plant personnel for the harvest season. Work will begin in late August or early September. Pay will be $5.00/hour: Corn sorters will work in a new facility. Lsg SEEDS Applications may be picked up at Wilson Hybrids, Inc. main office Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. or call 755-3841 for more information. 8-8-89 Feast of the Assumption on Aug. 15, Mass at St. Mary's Church will be held at 7 p.m. Following the 9 a.m. Mass Sunday, coffee and rolls will be served at the Community Hall. ATTENDED WEDDING Jim Schmitz of Los Angeles, CA., arrived July 21 at Eppley airport in Omaha and was met by his parents, Lester Schmitzes July 22. Lester Schmitzes, Jim Schmitz of Los Angeles, CA.; Tim Gauls, Ben and Abby of Ames; John Schmitzes of Iowa City attended the wed- din of Paul Mahlberg and Susie Gaul held at St. Joseph Church in Earling. They also attended the reception and dance at the parish hall at Earling. Peg Gaul was a bridesmaid and John Schmitz was an usher at the wedding. Ruby Wehr and guests her daughter, Russ (Geri) Bentley of Liberal, KS., were guests Friday afternoon at Ruby's brother, Bill McKeighans at Harlan. Lind Anderson, Erin and Amy of Richardsen, TX., ar- rived Tuesday for a visit at her father, Jim Grote and other relatives in the area. EVENING DINNER GUESTS Jim Grote and guests his daughter, Linda Andersen, Erin and Amy were Wednesday eve dinner guests of their son and brother, Mike Grote family. Terry Books, Dana, Kim and Lynn arrived home from a ten day vacation to Odando, FL., where they did lots of sightseeing including Epcot Center and Disney World. Sarah (Steve) Kenkel of Toledo, and Derek (Lanny) Johnk of Sioux City came Tuesday for a visit at their grandparents, Mary Kenkels. They returned to their homes Sunday. Bill Wehr and son, Dan and friend Corey Sterman of San Diego, CA., who have been guests of Bill's mother, Ruby Wehr for a week also visited other relatives, left Friday for Elwood, NE., to visit his brother, Veryl Wehrs and then on to Yellowstone Park and other sightseeing before re- turning to San Diego. CALIFORNIA VACATION Gene Smiths left July 14 and went to Bethel Island, CA., where they were guests of their son, Jay Smith fam- ily, also guests of their daugh- ter, Bob (Geri) Andrew. Then on to Portland, OR., where they visited Bob (Thelma) Adventureland near Des Bastroms and Thelma's daugh- Moines and Thursday. They tero Shelli and Amber. Then toured the Living History on to Yakima, WA., where Farm near Des Moines, return- they were guests of their son, ing home that eve. Tim Smiths. They returned Mindy (Lynn) Patten of Co. home Aug. 3. Bluffs came Friday for a visit Jill Potter who has been a at her grandmother, Alma guest of her grandmother, Patten, she returned home Monday. relatives for a month left Monday by plane to return to Conroe, TX. Ruby Wehr and guests, her daughter, Russ (Geri) Bentley of Liberal, KS., were Friday eve dinner guests of their son and brother, Larry Wehrs at Harlan. Cheryl Dickman of Me. Valley was a guest Saturday of her mother, Alma Patten. Jim Grote and guests his daughter, Linda Anderson, Erin and Amy of Richardsen, TX., were Thursday eve dinner guests of their daughter and sister, Mel (Kathy) Sporrer family. RETURNED HOME Dick Reinigs, Becky and Robyn, also Ken Schneiders, Valeri, Michael and Andy spent Wednesday at Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. See me for car, home, life and health insurance. STATE FARM Call DICK DOTZLER Office: 755-5825 Home: 755-3298 513 Court, HARLAN, IA INSURANCE State Farfll Insurance Compan es * Home Offices Bloomington. Ilhnos JUly 25, Lester 5chmitzes took their son, Jim Schmitz of Los Angeles, CA., to Glenwood, where he joined the other RAGBRAI riders. Jim Gene returned July 29 and reported Sondag the ride and hospitality of the guests people across Iowa was great. Phil Jim left July 30 from Eppley BRUNClt q airport to return to Los Fr. Mike, Angeles. 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