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rll.lll ................ mlTz ............... ,i. rT..77-17J//i 8-30-89 Mary Pries went to the State Fair Wednesday with se- nior citizens from Area VIII on a bus. It was Senior Citizen's Day at the Fair. Todd Dahlof (Donald) re- turned home last Sunday after being with the Deaver custom combining crew for the sum- mer. They were in the wheat fields in OK., to S.D. Wednesday he left for Ames to attend school at I.S.U. CHRISTMAS BOUTIQUE Jean Ferry, Barb McIntosh and Daphne Ott met Thursday morning at the latters home for coffee and to make plans for the Irwin Christmas Boutique which the Eastern Star will be sponsoring this year. The date will be changed from Nov. to Oct. 22. Watch your paper later for more in- formation. Owen Barrys and Bill Shannons of Harlan; Milton Barrys and Dwayne Barrys dined out Wednesday night at a local restaurant in honor of Mrs Dwayne Barry's birthday. Mrs Wayne Plagman and girls spent Thursday in Omaha on business and also called at John Gehrigs. Mrs Keith Miller of Denison and Mrs Lillian Kinkennon of Harlan were last Tuesday eve guests of Mrs Geraldine Thompson. Lillian brought the supper. Lucas and Amanda Barnett of Underwood spent Tuesday until Friday with their grand- parents, John L. Steenhusens. loshua Steenhusen (Paul) of Harlan joined his cousins Wednesday overnight and Thursday. WEEKEND GUESTS Weekend visitors at John Andersons were Mrs Carl Willadsen, Callie and Aaron of Sedalia, Me., who arrived Friday eve. They also visited at Astrid Willadsens Sunday afternoon. Johnny Andersons and Jessica of Castaic, CA.; Earl Andersons, Stuart, Megan and Bobby joined them both Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Phyllis Larson attended a rural letter carriers meeting at Harlan last Monday night. Mrs Frank West, Mrs Larry Axland, Mrs Janis Rasmussen, Mrs Terry Campbell, Mrs Phyllis Larson, Mrs Mark Larson and Mrs Alan Larson attended a bridal shower for Stephanie Lateen (Paul) at Holstein last Wednesday eve. I.ARSON REUNION A Larson family get-to- gether was held Friday night at the center, having a potluck supper. Present were Mary Alice Larsen of Joplin, Me., and her two daughters, Lee Petersens of Austin, TX., and Richard Riepees and Josh of Raytown, Me.; Mrs John Tucker and Lia of Norton, MA.; Mrs Dixie Larson of Harlan; Bob Larsons, Bret and Brian of Cedar Rapids; Lynn Whites, Joel and Jaurel of Harlan; Paul Larsons of Holstein; Phyllis Larson, Mark Larsons, Jacob, Katie and Maggie, Dixie Thompson of Mesa, AZ.; Margit Paulsen of Co. Bluffs; Bud Knudson and Garnet Axland, Jade and Gaige Lateen (Alan) and Andy Daeges (Joe), Dan Holloways, Angle and Jenny and friend. Alan Larsons and Mrs Joe Daeges and Kylie joined the group after supper for visiting. Saturday night supper guests of Mrs Dixie Larson in Harlan were Mary Alice Larson and Mr and Mrs Richard and Josh all of Me.; Dixie Thompson of Mesa, AZ.; Mrs John Tucker and Lia of MA.; Bob Larsons and sons of Cedar Rapids; Lynn Whites and children, Margit Paulsen, Bud Knudson and Phyllis I.,arson. VISITING GRANDPARENTS Erin and Andrew Mysent (Wendele) of Ames spent a few days last week with their of Kimballton; Darrell Nelsons, Jeff Nelson and fi- ancee Penny Popp and Scott Nelson and Michael Ericksons and children. Tom also re- ceived telephne greetings from a granddaughter Kristen Brue, student at Maryville, Me. Aletha Nelson was a Saturday afternoon visitor. Vernon Brue and daughter, Missy also called at Harold Bruce Sunday afternoon. Mrs Lucy Borkowski ac- companied Cliff Axlands to Nevada Saturday and were guests at Dean Axlands. Lucy remained overnight and Sharon brought her back to Carroll. Howard Campbells met her there and brought her home and visited in her home. Selma Carter and Mac Pries visited Edna Meggers and Pearl Blair at Manilla Manor Sunday afternoon and others. Peter Steenhusens visited Tuesday at Jeff Millers in Co. Bluffs. Lacy Miller and Leah German of Harlan accompa- nied them home to visit until Thursday. Enroute home they and the girls visited at Richard Ferrys at Harlan. Peter Steenhusens left Thursday afternoon for Lake Marie, Me., where they spent a couple days. From there they went to Graham, Me., to at- tend their sesqui-centennial. They returned home Saturday night. WEEKEND IN OKOBOJI Arline Gans spent the week- end at Lake Okoboji. Sunday dinner guests at Norman Petersens for Norman's 75th birthday were Vernon Auens of Carroll; Gerald Wrights and Sandy Brandenberg of Jefferson; Donna Petersen of Co. Bluffs; Connie Swayne and Melisa and Randy Davis and Ethel Defenbaugh all of Harlan. Sunday eve coffee guests of Selma Carter were Marie Meyer, Thelma Olson and Gerde Mork. Former members and pre- sent members of Merrill's Grove Church dined out Sunday in Harlan with approx- imately 60 present. Francis were in the gymnastics com- petition. Tony, age 5 received third place in her class and re- ceived a medal. Enroute home Sunday afternoon the Otts stopped at Ogden and visited his mother, Esther Ott and re- turned home Sunday night. Gerald Goetzes, John, Robert, Linda and Jerry visited Bill Bartelsons and new baby Megan Dawn in Earlham Sunday. Sunday supper guests at Bill Bruce for a fish fry were Ron Rubeks of Des Moines; Jay Brue of Blair, NE.; Kurt Brues, Megahn and Errin of Omaha; Clarence Campbells and Pudge McMahon. Harold Crouchs visited Earl Brink and Hulda Bargenquast at Manilla Manor last Tuesday afternoon. THE BOYS HIT THE BOOKS Henry Olsons took their sons to Iowa City last Monday where Henry will be a sophomore and Paul, a fresh- man. Saturday dinner guests of Clarence Olsons were Tina Reed, Dorothy Plambeck and Mrs Randy Rolfe and son all of Co. Bluffs. They came especially for the shower of Lacinda Adkins, fiancee of Richard Edmundson that morning. Last Thursday eve guests at Rowly Burtons for birthday cake for Sarah's third birthday were Bob Burtons and Pat Jones and Dick Jones of Harlan. VISITORS FROM FLORIDA Peter Knudsons of Sanford, FL., arrived Friday afternoon to spend the weekend with their sisters, Mrs Verna Adams and Agnita Carlson, Bob Adams family of Breda were Saturday eve guests to visit with them. Additional dinner guests Sunday were Alvin Adams family of Des Moines; Mrs Jack Borkowski and Steve of Iowa Fails; Gary Adams family of Exira and Bruce Adams and Aaron of Harlan. Chevonne Monson of Harlan spent Aug. 17 to 20th with Dennis Erbs and Jason Erb went to Harlan and spent Aug. 20 through 23rd with Dick Monsons. 8-30-89 DEFIANCE SILVER TOPS The Def'mnce Silvertops met in the United Methodist Church basement Aug. 7 with 13 members present. Dolores Gross opened and presided over the meeting. Marie Coenen read a prayer. Cards were signed and sent to Leonard Holler and Evelyn Ingram, who are in the hospital. We are invited to the Harlan meal- site aug. 15 along with the Westphalia and Earling groups. Door prizes were won by Jose Holler and jackpot by Margaret Hulsebus. At bingo, Jose Holler was the winner at black out. Norie Arkfeld served a delicious lunch. The next meeting will be Sept. 4 hosted by Boa Munchrath and Jose Holler will furnish the door prize. Jim Tryon, Mark and Michelle of Aurora, CO., spent the past weekend with his mother, Mrs Lucille Tryon. Jim came especially to attend his 25th class reunion. Robyn and Rachel Carter were among the classmates of Adi Boettgers who were guests of the parental Steve Boettgers near Kirkman Thursday and Friday, helping Adi observe her birthday. OUT OF TOWN GUESTS Saturday, Jim Bartelsons of Anita and Rhonda Bartelson f Des Moines were visitors of Lucille Tryons coming espe- cially to visit her brother, Jim Tryon, Mark and Michelle. Mark and Michelle went home with the Bartelsons and Sunday Jim and his mother spent the day visiting at the Bartelsons, bringing Mark and Michelle home with them at the end of the day. Saturday, Mrs Junior Carter and Robyn and Rachel were guests of Lloyd Williamses near Me. Valley. FUN DAYS Many attended the Defiance Community Club Fun Days less drill - Mary Schlitz; flower arrangement donated by Lori Ahrenholtz - Jean Bicker; gift packs donated by Defiance businesses - Gus Schnuettgen and Gary Mulbauer. In the afternoon young and old enjoyed hours of fun and games. Starting with the Three Legged Race - 4-5 year- tide: Craig Muhlbauer and Sarah Keane. 6-8 year-tide: Rachelle Muhlbauer and Amanda Ahrenholtz. 9-12 year-old girls: Sara Bicker and Kim Theulen, boys: Doug Schwarte and Andy Ahrenholtz. Gunny Sack Race - 4-5 year-tide: Willie Schaben and Christy Graeve. 6-8 year olds: Chris Schwieso and Lyndsey McConnell. 9-12 year-olds: Ben Schaben and Jenny Rasmussen. Long Jump - 4-5 year-tide: Sarah Keane, 41 inches. 6 to 8 year-tide: Chris Schwieso, 48 inches. 9 to 12 year tide: Mike Weihs, 97 inches. Older: Jenny Rasmussen, 113 inches. Hula Hoop Contest - 4-5 year-tide: Craig Muhlbauer and Sarah Keane. 6-8 year- tide: Rachelle Muhlbauer and Sara Sonderman. 9-12 year olds: Sara Bicker, Allison Schmitz and Keri Schiweso. Adults: Sharon (Berries) Schmitz. Cup and Ball - 4-5 year- tide: Christy Graeve, Jessie McCullough and Alex Ahrenholtz. 6- to 8 year tide: Amanda Ahrenholtz, Carla Bicker, Sara Sonderman and Lyndsey McConnell. 9-12 year tide: Sara Bicker, Kim Theulen, Justin Wilwerding, Craig Muller and Erin Schmitz. Adults: Jeff Theulen. Egg Toss - 4-5 year-tide: Allyssia Henkleman and Crystal Wells. 6 to 8 year- YES Medicare Supplement Long Term Care Major Medical olds: Jamie McCullougli and Melinda McConnell. 9 to 12 year-tide: Chris Schwieso and Justin Wilwerding. Thanks to everyone who participated in our Fun Days and dinnerl it big success! Kirkman Mrs Merv Jacobsen attended a meeting at Iowa City for county recorders, Aug. 8 and 9. Kim and Jason Rasmussen (Jon) accompanied Cody and Harry Adams (Ron) and Gabriel Hanson (Karl) to a show at Harlan theatre in Harlan, Sunday eve. ATTENDED SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC Forrest Adamses attended the Sunday school picnic of the Kirkman Methodist Church at the Kirkman Park. Monday dinner guests at Tony Appels were Mrs Ruth Kimball and Robert Pences of WA. Archie and Miss Thelma Petersen attended the funeral of Homer Allen Saturday at Pauley Funeral Home. Recent coffee guests of Mrs Gayle (Sharon) Petersen in her home included Clarice Christensen and Rigmor Palle of CA.; Joyce Christensen, Irene Hanson, Shelli Lateen and daughter, Elizabeth, Judy Petersen and son, Benjamin and Mrs Harlan. Aug. and Bill Grotes celebrate the oft Sunday Kirkman Miss Thelnaa tended a morning at Church for bride-to-be Edmundsen. Ellsworth Sunday guests Manilla. Recent Shannons piegzik, of Harlan; and Mrs Manilla. Like a State Farm is See me for car, home, life and health insurance. STATE FARM Barry Andersons and Will of grandparents Gone Blairs. Wuiff was the oldest present. Omaha and Bob C. Gone Blairs were Sunday The two who came the farthest Mortensens, Chad and Carly guests of Bob Langbehns in were Alice Spencer of N.Y., pork burger dinner, Aug. 20. are I N $ U R A N C I: Call DICK of Ames all came Saturday. Des Moines. Bob Blairs joined mother of Rev. George Chances were sold on many Available at: Office: them in the afternoon for cof- Spencer and Ann Ashcraft of prizes. Winners of prizes were RUSS BROOKS Home: Phoenix, Az., cousin of Mrs Mrs Dennis Erb, Jason and -wine donated by Joe Dotzler, feesunday night supper guests Vic Julius. Jamie and Dick Monsons, Sally Weihs, LaVerne AGENCY F rm ' of Garnet Axland were Dixie SUNDAY DINNER Brandon, Chevonne and Derek Schmitz and Roe Arkfeld. 717 Court St., Harlan, IA State a InsuranceCom0anies HomeSoflfic UBIO Thompson of Mesa, AZ.; GUESTS of Harlan spent last walkman- MikeWeihs; cord- 755-5792 1 lll Wednesday at Adventureland olll l Phyllis Larson and Bud Mrs Wayne Rutherford of near Des Moines.  l/l Knudson. Crete, NE,, nt the weekend _1,_ 1 A TK Peter Steenhusens visited with her mother, Edythe CLASS REUNION .... 14hDm m O, U ND Next We Myrtle Miller in Harlan last Hanson. Dick Hansons were The Irwin high school class HARLAN ;ATOakel:::,, Sunday afternoon and later additional Sunday dinner of 1949 held their 40th re- at 7 A.M.! Wilmer Petersen at the hospi- guests, union Saturday night at a local COOIII & Helltlng tal, who recently had surgery. Bill Bruce and Garland restaurant. Present were Mrs Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Barrette spent Tuesday at the Devere Edwards (Eleanor Sunday 7 a.m.-0 p.m. System Repslr BIRTHDAY State Fair. Shipp) of Ashland, NE.; 755 7237 CFm,.A00O00 .o Plagmans and Hugh Richard Wetzels and Jim - Vernon Bruce and Missy and Mulligans of Defiance were McEvoys (Deloris Swanson) HOME OW"EO DRAWING 907 Cyclone HilgaCordesofHarlan were Sunday afternoon guests at all of Co. Bluffs; Bill OUn NAME SAYS ,T AU., SEPT. Earl Plagmans at Casey to Ahrenholtzes of Defiance; CHATBURN AVENUE help them celebrate their 40th Marland Morks of Denison; Don Andersons (Clarence Harlan, la. Bill Wlngert, owner Sunday dinner guests at Tom Nelsons for Tom's birthday. Mrs Brue brought the dinner, wedding anniversary. Afternoon guests were Sophus Jensens of Exira; Pete Jensens News Writers Wanted We need correspondents to represent Elk Horn, Fairview Twp., Walnut, Lincoln & H.E. Monroe Earn extra money writing neighborhood news from your home. All necessary supplies are furnished. Interested? Call Janet: 755-3111 Harlan Newspapers Virgil Wileys attended Darwin Chipmans 50th an- niversary at Shelby Saturday afternoon and also the dinner Sunday. Mrs Wiley was a bridesmaid at their wedding. Mrs Pauline Ripley enter- mined a group of ladies at cof- fee Friday afternoon. Mrs Bernice Crouch and Mrs Pauline Ripley visited Mabel Weems at the Plaza in Manning Sunday afternoon and later at Jack Borkowskies. Several Irwinites attended the open house for Pastor Mike Williams at Elk Horn Sunday afternoon who was or- dained ten years ago. ATTENDED STATE FAIR Richard Otts left Thursday afternoon for Indianola and were guests at Juanita Otts. Saturday, they attended the State Fair when their three granddaughters, Chris and Tony Ott and Jessica Skarin HARLAN CENTER CLASSES SEPTEMBER 1989 IWCC, 2712 12th Street, Harlan, IA 51537 755-3568 or 755-5219 Axland) of Harlan; Gone Borkowskies, Keith Jensens, Wilbur Wetzel, John Paulsen all of Irwin and teachers, L.L. Thompsons of Sac City and Alvin Armentrouts (Betty) Armentrout). They also received letters from Mrs Emil Krejci (Myrtle Huey) of Me.; Lewis Juhl of Los Vegas, NV.; and Mrs John Caffery (Anna Petersen) of Co. Bluffs. Afterwards they went to the center for visiting. NOTICE 10-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your sub- scription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. 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