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Soci ub Events by KimWegener 7 Seo A-PQ. 5A dan IA News Advertiser i ri. morn., Sept. I, 1989 I Phone 755-3111 j t family has n in Harlan late and Jenna, Alcester, SD., had a re- MaDonna and Jennifer Hill, Plattsmouth, NE., Glenda and The Glenn Arends, Akron, IA., children Also Dorothy and Jim th area Leinen, Denison; Ed and Kris, Angle and Jennifer McLaugh- from Har- lin, Woodbine; Sharon Koch, Gessert, Council Bluffs; Nancy and John, Wayne, Meredith, Jon and Joe Gessert, Council Bluffs. and Attending from Omaha were An- Wade and Marge Crow, Norm and Sharon Sorrells, Hubert and Cecelia Zimmerman, Ju- Goertz, lene Bath, Nicole and Carrie, and Darrin Bob and Karen, Kim, Melissa Mike and and Kristi Koch, Virginia, .Lonnie and LaVeme and Mark Andersen, and Will Shea and Susan Cullin, Shea Rose, and Sara, MiLch and Karla and Ja- Staltenberg, Matthew and and Deb Danny, Dennis and Penny and Madsen, Samantha, Jacque and Tammie, Michelle, and Bob and Jan Albert- McLaughlin; Sylvia Also Margaret McLaughlin, Scotty, Walnut; Laona and Jake Waltz, Vernon and Jgremy A1 Waltz, Canby, MN., Mike and Cindy, Arlene Pauley, and Vera Pauley all of Portsmouth, and Ashley Tony and Deloris Klein, Win- Charles nepeg, Canada, and. Dave and Connie Boettger, Matt and Shirley Michelle, Le Mars. The afternoon was spent and playing volleyball, horseshoes and children, and baseball. The next reunion Jim and will be the third Sunday of JaSandra August. KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers Students are back to the books in Harlan Melissa Mikkelsen (front) and Jill Brinker are busy writing down their favorite hobbies during the first day of school on Tuesday at St. Michael's School in Harlan. The girls are sixth grade students in Mrs Beth Schmitt's class. 0 Corner Lemon Dessert Hilda Schwery, Westphalia whipped topping condensed milk juice crackers, 1/2 cup sugar, 1 stick margarine, stir in sugar and Press in 9 x 11 inch pan. and sprinkle on top.) (softened), lemon juice Condensed milk into the whipped ' the crust and sprinkle remain- Crumbs over top. Chill. Cream Apple Pie by Hilda Schwery, Westphalia CUps of apples (chopped) flour t Vanilla Cup sour cream SUgar, and salt together. Beat eggs cream. Combine with dry ingre- apples and pour into a with streusel which has mixture. sugar butter 'nuts are optional over top of pie. Bake at 350 minutes. have a favorite ::/ 0.- We'll publish it ( )n area cooks -- we know that have favorite family recipes, have been handed down from We would like to share oodles with our readers. Publish your favorite family COming months. Slip your Iood things to eat into an mail to Harlan Newspapers, - Photo Contributed Leinen family reunion held in Portsmouth A reunion of the late M.D. and Flora Leinen children and their'families was held on August 20 at the Portsmouth Park. One hundred and nine people at- tended the potluck noon dinner. Hosts were the children of Walt and Mary Ellen Reisz. Those attending were Father Mike McLaughlin, Lu Hendricks and family, children of the late John N (Rita Leinen) Steins, Rita (Mark) Leinen and fam- ily, Joe (Arlene) Reinigs and family, Art Leinens and family, Walt (Mary Ellen) Reiszes and family, Harry (Cleo) Lefebers and family, Bob Leinens and family and Lois (Duane) Book, Brenda and Debbie, of Fort Lupton, CO. Two family members-Mark Leinen and Rita Stein-are deceased. Above from left: Lois Book of Longmont, CO., Bob Leinen of Persia, Cleo Lefeber of Minden, Mary Ellen Reisz of Portsmouth, Art Leinen of Council Bluffs, Arlene Reinig and Luella Hendricks both of Portsmouth. The next reunion will be the third Sunday in August and will be hosted by Lu Hendricks and her children. 00ktdd Cadet Sampson graduates in Kentucky Cadet Matthew R. Sampson, son of Arnie and Carol Sampson of Avoca, recently graRuated from Air Assault School at Fort Campbell, KY. Sampson is a 1987 graduate of AvoHa High vive. The U.S. Military Academy is a four-year educa- tional insttufion charged with the task of training young men and women to serve the common defense. L In addition to military Irain- ing, the Academy stresses academics, intramural and in- tercollegiate athletics and ex- tracurricular activities. Graduates are commissioned FREE with your wedding invitation order: 3 mos. subscription Har!an Newspapers PLUS: 50 'q'hank You" notes with order of 100 invitations. (Wedding books may be taken home). rl, IA. 51537. School. as second lieutenants in the HARLAN NEWSPAPERS In Air Assault School, U.S. Regular Army and serve Sampson learned how to rap- five-year active duty corn- I I Anniversary I THE pel from a helicopter into mitment. 311ELBY C01 combat situations and sur- I Gift Portrait I I QURTHOUSE , , We I anniversary of 25 years | g | a gift to | | celebrating a wedding | . WILL BE I or more. The natural | i! ![SED | color photograph and | | a black and white glossy | I for newspaper I 1 publication are BOTH I ml I complimentary. For I I your appointment 1 Sept. 4 , o.ooe 755-2376. | I P, O I00*urc" I professionals... ERVANCE OF ,"'#u"* 755-3331 ,oo,o,,=,,.=.irst I=(d(ral I RDAY ' Lacinda Adkins is guest of honor at bridal shower Lacinda Adkins, fiancee of Richard Edmondson, was honored at a pre-nuptial shower on August 26 at the Lutheran Church in Irwin. Hostesses were Mmes Henry Olson, Garnet Axland, Lynn Gaskill, Eugene Mort- son, Dick Sorensen, Jr. Carter, Lloyd Robinson, Dan Holloway and Donald Brundige all of Irwin, Jerry Edmondson of Des MoiRes, Kevin Schwieso of Oakland and Howard Gaer of Harlan. The bride's chosen colors of red, black and ivory were used in the decorations. Mrs Paul Edmondson and Mrs Jerry Edmondson assisted Lacinda in opening her gifts. Lacinda and Richard will be married on September 9 in Ankeny. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111111 Area College News lllll ............................... Phil Schneider received a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Iowa on August 4. He also received the Sandoz Pharm D Award for outstanding academic achievement. Schneider is a 1983 graduate of Harlan Community High School and received his bachelor of science degree in pharmacy from the University of Iowa in 1987. He is now in residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston. Phil is the son of Urban and Joan Schneider of Harlan. His wife, Mary, is the daughter of Leonard and Marie Greiner of Harlan. Michelle Ridnour, daughter of Dave and Judy Ridnour of St. Louis Park, MN., has been accepted to at- tend the Wayne State Univer- sity Medical School in De- troit, MI. She is the grand- daughter of Mildred Luth of Atlantic, and Ralph and Joyce Ridnour of Walnut. Michelle is a 1985 graduate of St. Louis Park High School and a 1989 graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. She graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in biology. Michelle began medical school on August 21. Troy Oehlertz of Avoca and Mike Brinker and Dean Schmitz of Harlan recently at- tended the residence hall orientation and training pro- gram at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, MO. Simmons is best speaker at Toastmasters Pat Simmons, district gov- ernor, of Atlantic was the best speaker when the Harlan Toastamasters met last Satur- day at a Harlan restaurant. She spoke on the boyhood of Louis Armstrong. Best table topics speakers were Roger Marsh and Rex Adams. Jim Moyes was chosen best evaluator. The Harlan Toastmasters meet at 7:30 a.m. on Satur- days at Mickel's Restaurant. Guests are welcome. For in- formation contact Fred Ma- harry at 755-2978. !i!! ANASTASIA HOOSMAN Anastasia Hoosman, daugh- ter of Tracy Hoosman of Har- tan, celebrated her first birth- day, August 29. Her grandparents are Ted and Barb Stenberg of Harlan. Merrill's Grove reunion held in Harlan A Merrilrs Grove reunion, "Old Neighbors Picnic" was held on August 27 at a Harlan restaurant with 55 guests reg- istering. Pastor Spencer spoke to the group and gave a table grace. Ruth Julius and Arlene Nelson were in charge of the program. Goldie (Olson) Daye, former pianist of Mer- rill's Grove Church, played two solos. Arlene Nelson and Elaine Nelson read poems. Ruth Swanson read the history of the reunion which was written by Lillian Sorensen. Ruth Spencer led a sing-a-long. Ruth Julius presented awards to the following: Mrs Frances Wiuff-oldest person, Sharon Martinez-youngest person, and Alice Spencer of New York and Ann Ashcraft of Phoenix, AZ.,-coming the farthest distance. Guests attended from New York, Nebraska and Arizona. Hosts and hostesses were Vic Juliuses and Lowell Nelsons. ,#'-'A !1 -- v ?ross-Litcs says: Blessed is the man who maketh the Lord his trust that respecteth not the )roud nor such as turn aside to lies. ANN KEANE Ann Christine Keane cele- brated her first birthday, July 11. She is the daughter of Jim and Jean Keane of Panama. Ann has a sister, Julia, 6, and a brother, Paul, 5. Her grandparents are Am- brose and Rita Gubbels of Harlan, and Don and Irmine Keane of Panama. Her great grandmothers are Tillie Keane of Panama and Olga Goeser of Westphalia. Jeanne Gross honored at bridal shower A noon luncheon bridal shower was held in honor of Jeanne Gross last Saturday at the Tom Leuschen home in Omaha. Hostesses were Judi Gross and Kathleen Leuschen. Attending from this area were Lavina Gross, Mary Ann Lapke, Susan Lapke, Gayla Gross and Angela and Joan Erlbacher. Jeanne was honored with a personal shower hosted by JoAnn Buman and Kristi Gradoville of Omaha on Au- gust 24. Jeanne will become the bride of Thomas Filbey on September 9 at St. Joseph's Church in Earling. PICTUR'E POLICY - Harlan Newapapera will be happy to publlah a photo of your child on the occaaion of hie-her flret birthday. There la no charge if the parenta reelde In Shelby or adjoining ountlea. Plcturea muat be aubmltted wlthlh two weeke of the birthday. Outalde the above area, there la a $2.00 photo charge. Please Include names of parents and grandparents and a self-addressed, stamped envelope If you wish picture returned. Oth- erwise, the picture will not be returned. 10 YEAR GOVERNMENT LAND RETIREMENT TERRACING- OLD OR NEW YOU NEED THE SEED? WE HAVE IT! Brome 90/85 ............................................ $ .69 per lb. Orchard 90/80 .......................................... $ .58 per lb. Ranger & Vernal Alfalfa .............................. $1.35 per lb. Lawn Grass Seedalso available. For Turf: Fescues, Blues & Ryes SCHECHINGER SEED CO. 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