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wins microwave at lowa western Harlan, was thewinner of a GE III microwave donated by O'Malleys of Co. Bluffs. Tiarks won the mi- a drawing sponsored by Iowa Western Uollege during a visit to the Council by KOMJ radio, 103.7 FM. 8-9-89 Mrs Joie Nichols of Harlan was a Wednesday and overnight guest of her sister and husband, John Weilands. She returned home Thursday. John Weilands visited Sunday with Marge Noble in the Harlan apartment which she recently moved into. They also visited with Clarence Freund and Matt Graeve at the Baptist Home and with Balzar Kreigels at his home. Sunday eve., they visited with Red and Dorothy Leinen, Emma Kenkel and Ella Schwarte all residents of Little Flower Haven. Mrs George Kenkel, Ronda and Sara attended a personal shower honoring Cindy Blum in Omaha, Sunday. Jeff Blum family of Monticello spent last week visiting at Richard Koesterses and Zeno Blums and with other relatives and friends in the area. AI"rENDED 15 YEARS CLASS REUNION Dick Koesterses of Omaha llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll/l Earling News were weekend visitors of Richard Koesterses and also attended the 15 year class reunion of Dick's class Saturday night. Leo Blocks and Danny were weekend visitors of Rita Block. Saturday night, Leo and Cheryl attended his 15 year class reunion in Harlan. Danny stayed with his grandmother. They returned home Sunday. Robin Jacobsen family of Des Moines were weekend visitors of Mark Langenfelds and also attended Jill's 15 year class reunion in Harlan, Saturday night. Jack Bickers, Miranda, Josh and Allison of Mesa, AZ., spent a week visiting his parents, Leo Bickers. Other visitors during the week were: Dale Fleddermans and girls of Fremont, NE.; Terry Bicker family of Harlan; Jim Bickers family of Harlan; Dan Sommer family of Omaha; June, John and Justin Swiercek of Omaha; Mike Biekers of Omaha; Dorothy Graeve of Earling; Sr. Mary Wilwerding of Dubuque and St. Betty Heese of Omaha. Jack Bicker family left Monday to return home in Mesa, AZ., and will do some sightseeing enroute. CELEBRATES HER FIRST BIRTHDAY Gail Foxhovens hosted a first year birthday celebration for their daughter, Ann Elizabeth, Aug. 6. Guests for dinner were Ron Dorans and Marc from Piano, TX.; Leonard Bissens and Bill from Defiance and Laverne Foxhovens from Earling. Afternoon guests were Dave Kenkels, Tina, Scott and Curt Kenkel from Panama. Angela Gaul, who is Ann's babysitter during the school year was a dinner guest Monday. All Blood donors, nurses and volunteers please remember that Aug. 17 is Bloodmobile day in Earing. If you can help in any way please call volunteer chairperson, Nancy Schahen, 747-7462, appointment chair- person, Donna Trierweiler, 747-3400 or 747-9211, or the nurse chairperson, Joanie Erlbacher, 747-3191. The overall chairperson for this project is Grace Gaul. Group 7 will work for this event and the chairladies are: Mildred Gaul and MaryAnn Kramer. Everyone's help is needed to make this the successful event that it has always been in the past. Masses for the Holy Day Feast of the Assumption will be at 6 p.m., Aug. 14 and 8 a.m., Aug. 15 at St. Joseph's Church in Earling. In Defiance at St. Peter's it will be at 6 p.m., Aug. 15. There will be a special blessing for all college students as they prepare to return to school and after the Masses their cars will also be blessed. REGISTRATION FOR SCHOOL Registration for the 1989-90 school year was held at St. Joseph's School, Aug. 7 in the forenoon. [ s " l-larlan IA News AdveclJser 1 Fri. morn., Aug. 11, 19691 Phone 7,r-3111 . Dan Sommers attended Cindy's 15 year class reunion held in Harlan Saturday night. The family spent the weekend at Leo Biekers. Darrell Bissen family of Denison and Beth Wilwerding of Defiance were Sunday guests of Pauline Bissen. Darrell and Darlene also attended the 15 year class reunion of Darrell's class held in Harlan Saturday night. FIRE FILES Victor or Schwab brands 2 to 4 drawer, letter or legal, at discount prices. TRIBUNE OFFICE SUPPLY Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii . s 00,ove ..................... ATTENDED 15TH CLASS REUNION Terry Battens and girls from Grinnell spent the weekend at Robert Battens. Terry came to attend the 15th anniversary of his graduating class from H.C.H.S. April and Sara re- mained to spend a few days with their grandparents, Brandy Chamberlain, also spent a couple days with her cousins. Sunday dinner guests at Marlow Clemonses were Dewey Andersens and Susan from Lincoln; Dr. Mark Andersens and Tyler from Des Moines; Dr. John Andersens and Benjamin from Omaha; Calvin Clemens and Christine Chase from N.Y.; LoVaile Cleland from AZ.; Alice Clemens, Ethel Clemens, Craig Clemens, Joni Carveth, Kristin and Steve, also the newlyweds Mark Ereckes. They opened their wedding gifts in the afternoon. .an News 'Q-89 and Were Omaha were of tensen in ) included and Warren Lowell Paws were to sons, of Harlan eve to on at icy of was held for Dale Randy FL., neigh- 80 Gary Lake aughter, and CAMp (Jon), Harry Heller 7 tony Sam Mrs Diane all of e., Lavon |nd Jr. out and at the Cards. Wayne, of Kim and Tony for funeral ral at in ng Friday afternoon, Dale Baughmans and Mrs Randy Kitzmiller of FL., were visi- tors of Wayne Fiscuses. Tuesday afternoon Mrs Norris Olson of Manilla and Mrs Nancy Meister and Shannon of Mercer, Me., were visitors of Ivan Frieses. Miss Thelma and Archie Petersen attended the show in Harlan, Saturday eve. WEDDING BELLS IN PANAMA Cecil Blums Sr. attended the wedding of Julie Pauley and Guyle Sonderman Saturday afternoon at St. Mary's Church at Panama and recep- tion at parish hall in Portsmouth. Friday, Mrs Ellsworth Shannon, Mrs Norris Olson of Manilla; Mrs Brett Irbeck and daughter of Manning and Mrs Nancy Meister and Shannon of Mercer, Me., were visitors of Mrs Alan Erb at Irwin. Norris Olsons of Manilla were supper guests of Ellsworth Shannons. Mrs Olson prepared the supper. Cecil Blum Sr. renewed ac- quaintance of Robert Book at Katharine Books in Harlan. EVENING VISITORS Wednesday eve., Norris Olsons and Mrs Brett Irbeck and Melissa were visitors of E!lsworth Shannons. Cecil Blums Sr. attended the funeral of John Jacobsen Thursday morning at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Harlan. Cecil Blum Sr. attended the Blum family gathering at Deloit Sunday and later visited the Blum's niece, Mrs Jim Rose at her home at Deloit. Farms are available for programs Is your farm eligible for USDA Programs in 1990? It is if you have a signed con- servation plan and follow the plan for all Highly Erodible Land (HEL) you own or oper- ate, says Merle Lawyer, dis- trict conservationist for the Soil Conservation Service in Harlan. The 1985 farm bill (the Food Security Act of 1985) requires all farmers to have a conservation plan on HEL land and be actively applying the plan in 1990. If area farm- ers don't have the required conservation plan they aren't eligible for Federal Crop Insurance, all Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) and Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) pro- grams. - Dave Gayle at- were of the and Seth SHOW tssen Jon car ldg. in for rela- Here are some reasons farmers may not be eligible in 1990. Rented new land Purchased new land Have not signed the Conservation plan for all farms (Uacts) you operate. Didn't follow your con- servation plan by working soybean ground this fall or plowing corn stalks. To be eligible in 1990 for USDA programs farmers need to follow the conservation plan. In Shelby this means for 1990 farmers need to: Contour Farm Leave Headlands seeded Use Conservation tillage Start five year rotations in 1990 Start four year rotations in 1991. Registration August 21 & 22 High School & Elementary (grades K thru 5) Students will register at the HARLAN COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL Middle School (grades 6-7-8) Students will register at the Central Building, 7th & Baldwin ELEMENTARY - Grades K-6 ALL K-$ Registration - HIGH SCHOOL BLDG - August 21 and 22, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. For your convenience and in consideration of the parents who have students in more than one building, all K-5 registration will be held at the High School. Each building will have a table for sign-up. Notice of building assign- ments will be posted at registration. The West Ridge and New Park Buildings will be open from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. on August 25 for your convenience if you desire to check out your child's classrooms. Panama registration for Kinder- garten will be on August 21 in the Panama Kindergarten building from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. Book Rent for Elementary (K-5) students will be $6.50 per semester. An optional activity ticket may be purchased for $3.50 per semester. If you have any questions in regard to Elementary School Registration please call 755-2725. MIDDLE SCHOOL - Grades 6-7-8 Middle School Student Registration is August 21 and 22. All Middle School students will register and pay book fees in the Middle School Office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Book rent for the 1989-90 school year is $10 per semester, which includes activity ticket, phys. ed., towel rent, book rental, and locker rental. Middle School questions can be answered by calling 755-3196. MIDDLE SCHOOL ORIENTATION Sixth grade students and parents are invited to an orientation session at the middle school on Thursday, August 17, at I p.m. An orientation for new seventh and eighth grade students and parents will be held on Friday, August 18 at 1 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL - Grades 9-10-11-12 Harlan Community High School registration will take place on August 21 and 22. High School fees lure $10.50 per semes- ter. This includes book rent, activity ticket, towel rent, and locker renL The time for registration will be from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. The office will be open during the noon hour these days to help accommodate those students who have jobs and find it difficult to get off work during the working day. Orders for the 1989- 90 annual will be taken. Price will be $15 each. We would like to encourage all freshmen to check their classroom locations and their lockers after receiving their class schedule. If you have any questions in regard to high school registra- tion, please feel free to call the high school office (755-3101). TRANSPORTATION The driver will contact you on or before August 28 to give you an approximate time for pick up the morning of Aug. 30. If not contacted by Aug. 29, please call Mr. Pope at 755-2152. 5th grade students living in the Laurel and Park wards may board a bus at Park or Cenlral buildings for transportation to West Ridge. Middle School (6-%8) students living in Park or West Ridge wards may board buses at Park or West Ridge buildings for transportation to Central. High School students living in Laurel or Park wards may board buses at Park or Central buildings for transportation to the High School, providing room is available. Please note: transportation from West Ridge Acres is provided for elementary students and special education students only. SCHOOL LUNCH It may be necessary to increase these prices at a future date depending on fedend price supports. Every attempt will be made to continue the prices as listed: - LUNCH PRICES - Elementary Students Single 80 cents - weekly $4 and monthly $16 Middle School & High School Single 90 cents - weekly $4.25 and monthly $17 Classes start Wed., Aug. 30 School will be in session all day Ill Starting & Dismissal Times: Elementary & Middle School 8:30 a.m.-3:23 p.m. Harlan Kindergarten Sections A: M-W-F/M-W Sections B: T-TH-F/T-H Hiuh School 8:20 a00m.-3:32 p.m. Panama Kindergarten w M-W-F/M-W 8:15 a.m.-3:20 p.m. piiiiiilllllllllllllll C|PSAVE111111111111111111111111 ' SCHOOL PHONES : Superintendent's Office ....................................................... 7552152 High School ..................................................................... 755 3101 West Ridge ...................................................................... 755f725 : NewPark ......................................................................... 755.5903 I Middle School (Central) ....................................................... 755 3196 n 1 Bus Barn 755-5070 l IIIIll IIIIIIIIIIIIIII II II Ill II II III II II IIIII IIIIIIIII IIIll Illllll III II III Illlllillllllllilillllllllllllllillllllllltllllllil =JI