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Lma News ! word when be- a girl born 6 lbs. named Chelsey three broth- and ama Dunlap. is Rose and sons of with Walter also with Gene of Harlan with John I received word when Staff of Ft. the par- 12. ozs. and amin Josef. are Ralph and Jerome ,'. His great- Albert and Zeno vis- parents m in com- Blum, of Earling at Ft. Riley, grand- cousin, the son of of Grimes with his par- and were guests of the ice served. can of soil radiation, war. All of us of our Work to- sanctit3,. WEDDING BELLS RING Joe Morfelds attended the wedding of their grandniece, Julie Schulte and Randy Bruck at St. Boniface Church, Westphalia, Aug. 26. Josephine Kwapiszeski and Phil Careys attended the wake of their sister, Frances Irwin at Pauley Funeral Home, the fu- neral services at St. Michael's Church, Harlan, Saturday forenoon and also the burial services at St. Boniface ceme- tery, Westphalia. DINNER IN BELLEVUE Pat Ratigans and Patty were dinner guests of their daughter and sister, Janet Block family at Bellevue, NE., Sunday. A rehearsal dinner honoring Kathy McCarthy and Duane Chamberlain from Omaha was held Aug. 25 at a restaurant in Papillion, NE. Family mem- bers and the wedding party at- tended. Myron Kingtons of Irwin visited Sunday afternoon with Sylvester Mickelses. WEEKEND GUESTS Dave Kleffmans, Nathan, Jacob and Ryan returned home to North Platte, NE., Sunday after visiting relatives over the weekend, especially coming to attend the wedding of her brother, Duane Chamberlain and Kathy McCarthy in Omaha Saturday afternoon. Ed Greiners visited Sunday with Bob Jameses and Stephany in Des Moines. Together they attended the Iowa State Fair. Ralph Schomers returned home to Arvada, CO., Friday after spending several days with his sister, Mrs Cornelia Reinig. While here they all visited daily with their mother, Josephine Schomer at Myrtue Hospital. VISITING GRANDMA AND GRANDPA Mrs Gary Pauley and Benjamin of Fort Riley, KS., are spending several days at their parents and grandparents, Ralph Blums. Don Greiner (Ed) left Friday to resume his classes at U.N.I., Cedar Falls. GOLDEN AGE CLUB MET The Golden Age Club met Aug. 24 in St. Mary's cafete- ria with 18 members present. Pres. Cornelia Leuschen opened the meeting with a prayer for the sick and those in nursing homes. Mildred Arkfeld read the minutes of the previous meeting and treas. Mildred Hoffmann gave the fi- nancial report. Various items of business were discussed. Cornelia Leuschen gave a read- ing. Anna Mickels and Larry Finken told some jokes. Election of officers was held. Sally Finken is pres. succeed- ing Cornelia Leuschen who became vice pres. succeeding Josephine Kwapiszeski. Agnes Chamberlain is sect. succeed- ing Gen Oppold. Mildred Hoffmann remains as treas. The remainder of the eve was spent playing progressive euchre. High prizes went to Mateal Morfeld and Larry Finken. Low prizes went to Mrs Hilda Fahn and Joe Morfeld, Anna Mickels won the jackpot. Door prizes went to Sally Finken and Walter Leuschen. Anna Mickels won the prize donated by Joe Morfelds. Birthdays honored ALL THE SAFETY OF HOME. t investments offering a high degree of high yields, let me introduce you s backed by U.S. government-sup- They're rated AA by Standard & and they still pay consistently high receive more monthly income every choose between high yields and safety have both? Call me today for more  lla(e eXpressed as yield to maturity. call today for all the details. GORDON L. VON AHSEN 1113 7th St., Suite 1 Harlan Professional Bldg. Harlan, IA 51537 (712) 755-3887 1-800-397-3908 sso0 CASH BACK!" D. Jones & Co." were Cornelia Leuschen and Clem Arkfeld for Judy and Mrs Hilda Fahn for Aug. Lunch of cookies, crackers and cheese, coffee and hot choco- late was served by Agnes Hasten and Mildred Hoffmann. Larry Finkcns visited with Mrs Elva Graeve at Mercy Hospital, Co. Bluffs, Wednesday and also with their son, Ken Finkens, Nick and Scott in Co. Bluffs. Mrs Sharon Bryan and chil- dren left Thursday for their home in Roanoke, VA., after spending over two weeks with her mother, Isabel Feldman and her brother, Michael. That day they visited at Bob Thomas and Mike Cosentinos in Omaha. While here, Sharon and children visited with friends in Omaha and Lincoln. Her sister, Betty Cosentino took them to the airport in Omaha. Jan Goetz (Bill) and friend Mark Sorfonden of Redfield left Monday for Maryville, MO., to resume their studies at N.W.M.S. College. Jan will be in her junior year while Mark will be a senior. Marvin Brucks, Sarah and Nathan returned home in Des Moines Sunday after spending the weekend with his brother Allen Bruck family. ATTEND CHAMBERLAIN- MCCARTHY VOWS The wedding Mass of Duane Chamberlain and Kathy McCarthy was held Aug. 26 at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church in Omaha. Attending were Agnes Chamberlain and Ron, Ft. Robert Chamberlain of Co. Bluffs; Glen Lords of Harlan; Wanda Lord, Adam and Reid, Harry Harveys and Bethany, Kelly and Kim Lord all from Newport, R.I.; Garry Gauls, Kathy and Kris of Earling; Laura Gaul and friend Tom Dunlop of Omaha; Alice Chamberlain, AI Cham- berlain, Paula Arnold, Vicky and Jill Chamberlain all of Omaha. Also, Mike Chamberlains of Kansas City, MO.; Jane Chamberlain of Des Moines; Dave Kleffmans, Nathan, Jacob and Ryan of North Platte, NE., besides many rel- atives and friends from the sur- rounding area. Fr. Robert Chamberlain celebrated the wedding Mass and marriage ceremony for his brother, Duane. Kelly Lord was one of the soloists at the wedding and Jane Chamberlain was one of the attendants for the wedding of her twin brother, Duane. Mrs Raymond McLean of Gretna, NEg her daughter, Mrs Jim Hinton and her daughter, Koreena of Santee, CA., visited several days with their daughter and sister, Mrs Ralph Wingert, husband and family, coming especially to attend the 50th wedding an- niversary of Ray Wingerts, Sunday afternoon. Kurt Kenkel (Dave) left to resume classes in college at St. Joseph; MO. Mrs Linda Dohms of Schleswig and Emma Lee Struck also of Schleswig visited Wednesday afternoon and eve with their friend, Cornelia Reinig. Allen Brucks and their guests, Marvin Brucks of Des Moines attended the wedding celebration of their cousin, Randy Bruck and Julie Schulte at St. Boniface Church, Westphalia, Aug. 26, the re- ception following and the dance in the eve at St. Boniface Hall. VISITING IN OMAHA Mrs Hilda Fahn accompa- nied her daughters, Mrs Donna Escher and Mrs Marge Gubbels both of Harlan to Omaha Friday where they vis- ited at their daughters and sis- ters, Mrs Judy Reynolds and Mrs Mary Rose Bledsoe. Harry Harveys and Bethany returned to Newport, R.I., Sunday eve after spending sev- eral days visiting her folks, Glen Lords in Harlan and also attending the Duane Chamberlain and Kathy McCarthy wedding. Mildred Chamberlain, Bud Chamberlains, Sylvester Michels, Mrs Duane Reinig, Joe Nowatzkes, Alphonse Hoffmanns, Clem Arkfelds, Walter Leuschens, Ed Hoffmanns, Otto Kleins, Henry Hoffmann, Allen Hoffmanns and Duane Nowatzkes attended the wed- ding of Duane Chamberlain and Kathy McCarthy at St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church in Omaha Saturday afternoon and the reception. Wanda Lord, Adam and Reid returned home to R.I., Monday after spending two weeks with her parents, Glen Lords at Harlan, visiting other relatives and also attending the wedding of her uncle, Duane Chamberlain and Kathy McCarthy in Omaha Saturday afternoon. Kim Lord also re- turned home with them after spending a week here and also attending the wedding. BACK TO HIT THE BOOKS Richard Kenkel (Dave) left to attend school at N.W.M.S. college at Maryville, MO. ]J1111/1111111ii111///////111.111112"1/]11.. 00sia News 8-29-89 CONGREGATE MEALSlTE MENUS Tuesday, Sept. 5 - cook's choice. Wednesday, Sept. 6 - sliced turkey and cheese, cold plate, potatoe salad, relishes, carrot sticks, pickles. Thursday, Sept. 7 - roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, toma- toe spoon salad, choice of bread, fruited pudding. Each meal served with bread, milk and coffee. Make reservations one day in advance by calling 3935, SENIOR ACTMTIES An eve meal was held at the senior center Thursday eve. Henry Heiler and Clara Hamann won the lucky plate prizes and Walt Ronfeldt won the door prize. Several stayed to play cards and bingo after the meal. Aug. 23, the seniors held a birthday party, celebrating five birthdays. Eight stayed to play cards. The cake was baked by Hallie Peters. Bernard Wilson won the door prize. George Kardells of Dallas, TX., were Monday and Tuesday guests of George Krizes. Saturday forenoon, Stan Holtans of Forest City were coffee guests of Elven Steenbocks. Elven Steenbocks attended the State Fair Tuesday for Farm Bureau Day and attended the Farm Bureau luncheon. Rich Hellers of Portsmouth were Sunday eve guests of Henry Hellers. Lueile Howe of Co. Bluffs spent Saturday with Mrs Pearl Champlin. OUT OF TOWN GUESTS Wednesday eve guests of Ed Stamps were Mark Stamps of Lubbuck, TX.; Dean Stamp of Co. Bluffs and Shannon Stamp of Harlan. Jane Steenboek visited Vicki Eisinger at the Jennie Edmundson Hospital Wednesday. The Steenbocks visited her Sunday eve and then visited Mrs Sybil Steenbock at her home. Viola Foje spent the week- end at Jim Fojes in Co. Bluffs. Opal Beaman and Jean Kuster visited Velma Lewis in Woodbine Friday afternoon. Larry, Becky and Barb Watson had dinner with Milton Watson Tuesday. Larry; Becky and Barb Watson had dinner with Milton Watsons Tuesday. Later afternoon visitors were Cindy Huebert, Cody and Rachel. FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS CLUB MET The Friendly Neighbors Club met Friday at the Kopper Kettle with Helen Stamp as hostess for breakfast. Husbands were invited also. Guests were Everett Hester, Henry Heller, Bill Champlin, Ed Stamp, Ted Stamp, Reuben Iversons, Joan Martens and Al Hfugckmans. Feed & Seed Your Yard This Fall For A Better Looking Yard Next Spring Let us help with these specials: All Season Turf Food: 26-3-3 Reg. $Z29 ........................................ NOW ONLY $4.99 All Season Weed & Feed: 25-3-3 Reg. $10.19 ..................................... NOW ONLY $6.99 All Season Diazonon 5G .............. $10.19 Insect Control ............................... $0.99 All Bags Cover 5,000 sq. It. Cards were played with Bill Champlin receiving high for the men; Ed Stamp, low. High for ladies went to Bernice Champlin and low to Vi Heller; Phyllis Anderson received the cut for all and set prizes went to Everett Hester and Reuben Iverson, Mabel Darrington will be the next hostess at her home Sept. 15. Becky Watson left Saturday for Cedar Falls to resume her schooling. Angela Wilson is also attending school there. Gesine Kloever of Berlin, West Germany arrived Aug. 10 at Joe Dooleys. They visited Dan Buffums Friday eve and Sunday had a family dinner at Bill Stamps. Monday they visited Velma Kemmish at Westmont Care Center in Logan. They also visited Denise Kay at Underwood and Mr Abariotes of Blair, NE. She left Aug. 16 for Boston, MA., to visit a friend from Germany who is attending school there. Gesine wishes to extend greetings to all her Tri- Center graduation class of 1981-1982. Ken Perrins, Jim Youmans, Margaret Hawes and Lillie Miller attended the county Legion and Auxiliary meeting FEELING PREMIUM POOR? Farm insurance can be a large expense! 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