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,+. .  .+++ .:  -- .. .. ................... 8-29-89 Members of the Knights of Columbus handed out Tootsie Rolls at the weekend Masses at St. Mary's Church, 90% of proceeds to go to Concerned at Harlan. ATTEND PURSELL/DODSON WEDDING Kate Plambeck, Bill Plambecks Sr., Harold Huebners, Chuck Hayeses, Donovan Graps, Lori Plambeck and Dan Reinig at- tended the wedding Mass of Dominic (Gene) Pursell and Angela Dodson held Friday at St. Peter's Church in Co. Bluffs with Ft. Paul Monahan the celebrant. They also at- tended the reception held at the Co. Bluffs senior center. Note: The name of Steve Patten family was omitted from those attending the Plambeck family reunion. Arlene Pauley was a Monday morning coffee guest of Marilyn Sonderman. Harry Sonderman visited Tuesday eve at her parents Andrew Soils at Manilla. Mickey Leinens left Aug. 18 for a few days visit at their daughter, Jed (Anne) Stramels at Cedar Rapids. Then through southeastern Iowa to Kansas City where they attended base- ball games between the Kansas City Royals and the California Angels. They re- turned home Aug. 25. ATTEND 50TH- ANNIVERSARY Mrs J.P. (Lena) Stein and her sons Russ Stein and Rich Steins of Omaha attended the 50th wedding anniversary open house held Sunday at Ramoda Inn in Omaha honoring Lena's sister, Henry Sachs of Co. Bluffs. Rita Ohlinger will be host- ess at her home Sept. 5 in the afternoon for members of the Circle. Bill Plambecks Sr. of Persia were Thursday eve guests of his mother, Kate Plambeck. Don (Lois) Rosenows of Tipton returned home Saturday after being guests of Lois's mother, Mrs Dick Gau, also visited other relatives for a few days including Lois's father, Dick Gau and Don's mother, Loretta Rosenow at Baptist Home. Gertrude Kelley of Woodbine and Andy Pauleys of Panama were Wednesday afternoon guests of Sophia Schoemann and Sr. Elaine. THURSDAY NIGHT VISITOR * Carolyn Palmer of Dow City was a guest Thursday of her twin sister, Marilyn Sonderman. F_41 Millers returned home Sunday after being guest of their daughter, Jay (CaThy) Husman family at Scotch Grove, since Friday. Rich Steins of Omaha and Mrs J.P.. Stein visited Saturday with J.P. Stein at Little Flower Haven. Wanda Jurschak and Kenny Bumans were guests Sunday of their cousin, Ruby Graebner at Sioux Falls, S.D. A TWO WEEK HOLIDAY The Jim Crawford family re- turned home from a two week vacation, they visited with Jim's mother and other rela- tives in KY., and did some sight seeing in the Ozarks. Mrs Bud (Orma) Fieber of Goodwin, S.D., and Orma's daughter, Mary Jo Reihs, Mark, Robert and Jessica of Watertown, S.D., returned Monday to their homes after being weekend guests of Orma's mother, Delia Schmidt. A number of relatives and friends from here attended the 50th wedding anniversary Mass and open house held Sunday afternoon, honoring Ray Wingerts at Panama. Harry Sondermans attended the wedding Mass of his niece, Julie Schulte and Randy Bruck held Saturday at St. Boniface Church in Westphalia. They also attended the reception and dinner held at the Community Hall at Portsmouth. AUGUST BIRTHDAY PARTY Ralph Pauley Jr. family of Woodbine; Dick Reinig fam- ily, Galen Pauley family and Marv Leinen family were guests Friday of their parents Mike (Arlene) Pauley for a potluck supper, celebrating the Aug. birthdays of Arlene Pauley and Becky (Dick) Reinig. Emma Lefeber, Lidwina Rau and Kate Plambeck at- tended the Shelby Co. senior citizen board meeting held Monday at Harlan and also en- joyed dinner at the mealsite before returning home. Phil (Helen) Herkenraths Sr., Nick (Linda) Brucks Jr. and children of Bettendorf; Dr. Robyn Bruck of Manchester, N.H.; Danny Bruck of Detroit, MI., and Randi Patchum 6f Southridg Drive Lot 9 Lot tO Lot 11 ,Southridg Road Lot 7 Lot 6 Lot 5 .t1UJlll;, ll-., I'k,;Itll DIUI3 illlU Chelsia and Jenny Bruck of Bettendorf; John Herkenraths, Thea and J.J. of Fremont, NE., enjoyed a birthday Friday eve at Neola honoring Helen Herkenrath's birthday. WEEKEND GUESTS Weekend guests of Phil Herkenraths Sr. were their daughter, Nick (Linda) Brucks Jr. of Bettendorf and their chil- dren, Dr. Robyn Bruck of Manchester, N.H.; Keith Brucks and Chelsia and Jenny Bruck of Bettendorf; Danny Bruck of Detroit, MI., and friend Randi Patchum of Moline, IL. They came espe- cially to attend the wedding Mass of Nick's brother and their uncle Randy Bruck and Julie Schulte held Saturday at St. Boniface Church in Westphalia, also the reception and dance held at the Community Hall in Portsmouth. They all returned home Sunday except Nick (Linda) Brucks Jr., who left Monday after having brunch at Herkenraths. A VISIT TO SIGOURNEY Mary Pitsch and Ed left Friday for a visit at Mary's sister, John L. (Lucina) Pitschs at rural Sigourney. Saturday, they attended the farm machinery sale of John L. Pitsch. They also visited with John L. Pitsch at the care center in Sigourney and with their niece and cousin, Betty (Pitsch) Furgeson at the Manor Home in Sigourney. They returned home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Nick (Jean) Schechinger visits daily with her mother, Josephine Schomer at Myrtue Hospital. VISITING AT LITTLE FLOWER Zeno Leinens, Joe Schmitzes, Kate Plambeck, Lidwina Rau, Mary Pitsch, Emma Lefeber, Rita Leinen, Lena Stein, Helen Sternberg, Susie Langenfeld and Rita Ohlinger went to Little Flower Haven Tuesday after- noon and played cards and vis- ited with the residents and then enjoyed coffee and rolls. Audrey (Dan) Schechinger of Harlan was a weekend guest of her grandparents Leonard Raus. John Stacy of Des Moines was a weekend guest of Deanna Kaufman at her par- ents Don Kaufmans. regg (Jill) Yeutters of Omaha were guests Sunday of Jill's parents, Nick Schechingers. They also vis- ited with Jill's grandmother J_osephine Schomer of Lot 3 Acres .................. t, ......... Huebners were their children: Myrtue Hospital. Marty Huebners, Ryan, Sean Mike Pauleys, Roxann Reinig and also Harold Huebner attended the funeral services of Lyle Lauritsen held Friday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Harlan. VISITORS FROM COLORADO Ed (Pearl) Ficks of Longmont, CO., were guests Monday afternoon of Pearl's sister, Opal LaSourd. Jennifer and Ryan (Ralph Jr.) Pauley of Woodbine vaca- tioned Tuesday and Wednesday at their uncle and aunts Marv Leinens. Guests during the week at Lidwina Raus were Alma Kramer of Harlan; Charles (Verla) Mumm and Gina of Dunlap; Dick Mikelses and Leonard Raus. Jeff (Jay) Husmann, who has been vacationing for two weeks at his grandparents Ed Millers and also with other relatives returned home Friday at Scotch Grove. Andy Pauleys of Panama; Julie Sonderman, Ann Schoemann, Amy and Angil, also Gene Schoemann and Bill have visited during the week at Sophia Schoemanns and Sr. Elaine's. VISITING BROTHER Linus Kochs have been vis- iting with his brother Lou Koch of Earling, who is a pa- tient at Immanuel Hospital in Omaha, whose condition re- mains about the same. Weekend guests of Harold and Mark, also Rick (Julie) Saccos and Hannah all of Omaha; Pat Huebners and Alisson of LeMars and Mary Jo Huebner of Cedar Rapids. They all enjoyed Saturday eve dinner at a club in Portsmouth, honoring Harold's birthday. Marge Walsh, Dana, Joe and Nick who have been guests of her parents Bob Reinigs for two weeks and also visited other relatives in the area left Thursday to return to their home at St. Louis, MO. A FULL DAY OF VISITING Julie Bulkeley of Red Oak was a guest Tuesday of her parents Nick (Jean) Schechingers. They enjoyed eve dinner at a Portsmouth restaurant honoring Jean's birthday. Julie also visited with her grandmother Josephine Schomer, a patient at Myrtue Hospital. Mike Pauleys, Marv Leinens, Gaylen Pauley and Roxann Reinig attended the wake service of Lyle Lauritsen of Harlan held Thursday eve at Pauley Funeral Home. Wednesday afternoon, there were 11 ladies at the Quilting Bee. Lunch was served by Lena Stein. Rim Ohlinger re- ceived the door prize. They finished a quilt. The ladies will quilt again Aug. 30 in the afternoon. [IIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllllllll [A 8-29-89 The Shelby Corner Attic main fun raiser of the year is selling lunch both days at the Carstens farm open house Sept. 9 and 10. Donations of pies or bars will be greatly appreciated as well as volun- leers for work shifts to donate or volunteer. Contact Emma C. McLaughlin at 544-2598 or Phyllis Robinson, 544- 2347 by Sept. 5. The Garden Club members will enjoy traveling to Lillian Ronks in Dunlap, Sept. 7 to view the flower gardens. The group will meet at 1 p.m. in front of the Shelby Community Bldg. HISTORICAL LIBRARY The following items may be seen and used at the Shelby Historical Library in the Shelby City Hall. A packet of items from the Shelby news showing the history of the Rock Island Railroad from 1868 to 1970. A packet of items from the Shelby news showing the history of the Great Western Railroad through the area from 1902 until 1980. Many items from the Minden news are included about the railroad. There is an account of the wild engine and train that got away and roared down the track until it met the northbound passenger train near a crossing, resulting in two deaths. The route is shown through Harlan, Tennant, MaGilI, Minden and Neola. A group of senior ciitzens from the Friendly Club of Shelby met at a cafe Aug. 25. They all enjoyed their eve meal and cake and ice cream. The cake was special for those that took part in the spelling will be at the Carstens Farm Days. The service will begin at 9:30 a.m. There dill be no gate charge if you are going to the church service. Mrs Patti Whitmore and Jolene of Co. Bluffs spent Saturday at her parents Glen Hipnars and Mae Mattox all enjoyed the anniversary at the hall for the Chipmans. OPEN 24 HOURS! 8-30-89 Zeno Lapkes visited friends, Les Van Der-Wilts at Pella Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of last week.Thursday, the gentlemen attended the state fair at Des Moines. Friday overnight visitors at John Assmanns were Mrs Bob Owens, Trent and TRavis of Omaha. Norman Nielsens attended the Hillbilly Sale at Ft. Dodge Sunday. Jim Stephens and Erin of rural DOw City were Sunday afternoon callers at Bill Greenwoods. HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY John Assmanns attended a Grain birthday party for Travis Owens' first birthday Sunday SUSpel afternoon at the parental Bob DES Owenses in Omaha. Grain Mrs Gerald Hanigan and the Jane were Saturday night and culture and Sunday visitors at Mary Jo today the Hanigans at Omaha. John Assmans visited sev- Midwest eral times with Mrs Chris Inc., at Cleat Graeve at the Mercy Hospital in Co. Bluffs last week. Mrs for Chapter Graeve had major surgery last Code. Monday. A Walter Summerfields were uled for Thursday afternoon visitors of October Fay Foutses. State Office Moines, pany w: cause not be What have you done lately to make Your Community a better place? CORN MILO SOYBEANS ALFALFA RHIZO BACTERIA INOCULANT I (FOR CORN & SOYBEANS PLUS OTHERS) BRAND DEALER NEEDED IN AREA OF: S BRAND FIELD & APPRECIATION SEPTEMBER 7, 1989 10 A.M. UNTIL DUSK Lunch and refreshments will be served from 10 a.m. 8 p.m. and tours will be conducted from 10 a.m. All ag related people are invited. 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