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JUSTICE COURT CASES J. Bruce Potter, J.P. Cotmt cases: Tim Green, Harlan, violation of park curfew, $5; Robert Schmitz, Harlan, violation of park curfew, $5; Mike Pauley, Portsmouth, overweight on axle, $10; Charles Mumm, Earling, overweight on axle, $10; Stewart Holloway, Defiance, studded tires, $5; Dale Muller, Defiance, studded tires, $5; Larry Juelsgaard, Elk Horn, failure to have control, $10; Ralph Mickels, Panama, no trailer registration, $5; and Harold L. Spring, Harlan, im- proper passing, $10. City cases; Marvin Shuler, Avoca, speeding, $10; Bruce Guyett, Harlan, speeding, $10; Linda Stephany, Harlan, speeding, $17; Robert Edwards, Marne, speeding, $10; Dwane Davries, Lismore, Minn., speeding, $13; Gerald Schueman, Oakland, speeding, $13; James Goeser, Harlan, speeding, $13; Ernest Hess, Harlan, speeding, $10; Hazel Hansen, Harlan, speeding, $6; Lynn Huckins, Harlan, speeding, $6; Julene Johnson, Harlan, peeding, $6; Michael Hansen, IJarlan, stop sign violation, $5; and Edward Archer, Dunlap, no muffler, $3. A. H. Savereide, J.P. City cases: Dennis Hansen, Harlan, careless driving, $10 and Jay Dean Miles, Harlan, speeding, $10. County cases: James Friend, Harlan, speeding, $25 (recom- mended 90-day license suspen- sion). LICENSE TO WED James W. Myrtue, 24, Harlan and Mary Kay Weber, 19, Manning. John A. Crist 22, Omaha and Kathleen M. Carmichael, 20, Omaha. Ronald Weihs, 18, Persia, and Kathleen Dobernecker, 17, Minden. Byron Sievers, 21, Irwin and irley Schwarte, 18, Harlan. NEW CASES IN COURT ACCOUNT- Robert and Harold Hoffman, doing business as Hoffman Brothers, plaintiff, vs Elwood Christensen, Manning, defendant, suit on account. Plaintiff seeks $100.72. NOTE-- Shelby County State Bank, Harlan, plaintiff, vs Donald E. Petersen, Harlan, defendant. Plaintiff seeks $120 from suit on promissory note proceeding. DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS DIVORCE- Katherine L. Hart, plaintiff, vs Vernon R. Hart, defendant, suit for divorce. Judge Leroy Johnson granted the divorce in Sept. 2 district court. The couple was married July 31, 1966 in Evanston, Ill. The couple agreed to a property settlement. GUILTY -- State vs Richard Schiernbeck, Harlan, defendant, assault with intent to inflict great bodily injury. The defendant entered a plea of guilty in Sept. 2 district court. Judge Leroy Johnson set Sept. 15, 10 a.m. for sentencing. NEW VEHICLES REGISTERED Earl A. Noon, Walnut, Dodge. Donald D. Grabill, Harlan, Ford. Lyon Plumbing and Heating, Harlan, Ford truck. James H. Christensen, Harlan, Buick. FS, Inc., Harlan, GMC truck. Alvin R. Armentrout, Kirk- man, Oldsmobile. Chet Haase Oil Co., Harlan, Chevrolet truck Harold H. Dickman Jr., Portsmouth, Ford truck. Paul R. McDermott, Ports- mouth, Ford truck. Lyle G. Petersen, Elk Horn, Chevrolet. 37 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -SEPT. 15, 1932- Six Earling high school girls, Ella May and Genevieve Albers, Leonarda and Ernestine Kohles, Marie Ela Finken and Kathryn Ryan, went out to the Jehn Dresen grove Sunday, to enjoy an outdoor picnic and dinner which they had brought with them. Following an enjoyable time, spent playing various games, they returned to their "dining room", but found no sign of their bounteous dinner. Investigation finally a jar of olives here, a spoon there, and forks elsewhere. The uninvited guests, who had made a 'visit to the grove, turned out to be Dresen's hogs. The animals even used up the towels and baskets with which the lunch had been prepared. Ivan Martindale drove Carl Jensen's Plymouth coupe in the stock car races at the Atlantic fair last Thursday. The car placed third in the elimination and time trials, in 40-1 fifth seconds. It won the five mile race and took second place in the ten mile. Edwin Nelson of Walnut, former Harlan garage man, won the ten-mile race in a Ford V-8 and placed third in the five-mile race with the same car. On Sunday, Sept. 11, a family reunion was held at the home of Mrs Emma Boysen and her in- valid daughter, Clara, at their home in Walnut. Those present were Mr and Mrs James L. Petersen, daughter and son, Oleva and Dale, from the Jacksonville vicinity; Mr and Mrs Earl Stewart, Mr and Mrs John Boysen, Julius Boysen and son, Clifford, and Mr and Mrs Barney Boysen, all of Monroe township. 27 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -SEPT. 10, 1942- The fall conference of the Southwest Iowa District of DeMolays was held Sunday and the Harlan Chapter of DeMolay was represented by 18 boys and two Master Masons. The Harlan degree team gave the second degree of the initiatory work during the afternoon when Robert Jacobsen, Jimmie Huckins and Jack McDowell were members of the class of candidates. During the election of officers for the winter term, Harlan placed five officers'. Clay Pauley was elected Senior Councillor, Bill Madsen is Senior Deacon, Freeman Swift is 6th Preceptor, Howard Herrick is Orator and Nell Knapp was elected District DeMolay Dad. The Russell Noble family are leaving Botna this week. They have sold their grocery stock to HOUSEHOLD AUCTION the at the house loe Starting at 7:00 P.M. UNDER THE LIGHTS AUCTIONEER'S NOTE -- Its of Early American Furniture, near new. Call 755-2600 to see it before sale date! APPLIANCES -- Hamilton No. 300 Washer, two years old; Hamilton No. 600 Dryer, two years old; Coronado chest-t)pe Freezer, 21 cu. ft., 3 years old; Coronado 30-in. Gas Stove, 31/2 years old; Frigidaire 14 cu. ft. Refrigerator; Singer portable Sewing Machine; Admiral solid-state AM- FM Radio combination Stereo, 4V_ years old; Electric Fry Pan; and 2 Fans (one 20-in. Breeze Box and one Floor Fan). FURNITURE -- Kitchen Table and 4 chairs; Early American maple 6-ft. wood-wing Olive Couch, 1% year old; Kroehler rust colored Recliner, 1 year old; Ethan-Allen Barmriter Early American Coffee Table; Two matching End Tables; Tele-City Bookcase Hutch; 4-drawer Desk; One 2-pc. Bedroom Set, one year old, double bed and double chest with mirror; Four Early American Lamps; Walnut Bedroom Set, Triple dresser with mirror, Double Bed, Chest; Another Walnut Bedroom Set, Double dresser with mirror, Bookcase Double Bed, and chest; Maple Bookcase; Baby Bed; Two End Tables; Blond Coffee Table. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS -- Toys; TWo Bicycles, 20-in. boy or girl; New 21" Sensation Lawnmower with grass catcher, one year old; Garden Tools; Hose; 54t. Step Lad- der; Four TV Trays; Swing Set; High Chair; Barbecue Grill; Wash Tub; and Chaise Lounge;. 23 inch ADMIRAL EARLY AMERICAN COIL)RT.V. I year old, 2 years remaining on picture tube twarranty.' MR & MRS DON COENEN Paul A Pauley, auctioneer Harlan National Bank, clerk PAGE 2 Harlan. Ia. News Adverfisei" Mon. Mz'Ring, Sept. 8, 1969 Phone #55-3111 Matthew H. Graeve, Earling, Dodge. Robert H. Reesink, Harlan, Mercury. COMING TOVETS AUDITORIUM Sept. 10 -- Land Bank meeting; 12 REC dinner meeting; 14 World War I Veterans District meeting; Mrs'Jasper Ward, who wUl raze over the business immediately. Mr Noble has accepted a position in the grocery store in West- phalia. While they're probably as patriotic a group as you'll find, the actual writing of the pledge of allegiance to the flag proved to be too much for this year's fresh- man class of the Harlan high school. Last week 31 memrs attempted to write the pledge and the results looked as if they had put their own version in writing. Out of the 31, there were only 8 correct papers. Spelling of the words used in the pledge stamped many of them. Allegiance was the worst hurdle and the box score showed that there were 17 different ideas on how to spell the word. Indivisible wound up being spelled nine different ways. tut a great many of the preps just didn't know the way the words should be put together. One youngster put it this way (spelling is his own): "I pledge allence to the flag of American for which it stands one nation individual for all". 17 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -SEPT. 9, 1952- Leo Laverne Bargenquast of Irwin was awarded a diploma for the successful completion of a training program of scientific farm management, feeding and sanitation practices, at a graduation ceremony held this week at the Savery Hotel in Des Moines. Presentation of the diploma was made by L. W. Karr, Sales Manager of Purina's Iowa Nebraska division. Bargenquast is employed by I. and K. Grain and Feed Co. The Harlan Chamber of Commerce has appointed a committee to study the possibility of creating a Com- munity Chest in Harlan. With such an organization, it is possible to eliminate several fund drives by incorporating them into one drive. Russell Gould has been named chairman of the com- mittee with William O. Lewis and Furman Miller as members. Indianola: Sept. 2 -- Ronald Hemminger, 19, and Bill Bryant, 19, both of Harlan, were among 34 men reporting for opening football practice at Simpson college last Monday. Hemminger lettered in football his junior and senior years at Harlan high school, graduating there in 1951. He entered Simpson college and won a football letter there in 1951. He is listed as a guard or tackle on the Simpson squad. Bryant won three football letters from Algona high school and graduated from Harlan last spring. He is listed as an end on the Simpson team. -Fin 1950, $2.1 billion was spent on international travel. The figure for 1968 was in excess of "Hutch" sweeps races at "OL;EV Hutchinson made it look easy Friday night as he won all three races he competed in at the Shelby County Speed- way. The point-leader won his heat, the trophy dash, and the "A" feature. Hutchinson started dead last in a 12-car field in the "A" but had the lead after just over two laps. He took the outside and passed the other 11 cars with apparent ease. Winner of the "B" was Glen Robey (333), Omaha with Larry Scott (12x) winning the "C" row, there were no rollovers and feature. just a few spin-outs with a four- ' Heat winners were Hut- car hassle in the front of the chinson, Mike Chapman (X), grandstand during the "A" Whiting, and Dyle Downing feature causing the most ex- (84x), Storm Lake. citement. It started with Loren JAYCEE OFFICIALS were Thies (5), Arthur and Paul Scott pleased with a crowd of 2,500 fans (12), Harlan tangling, with Scott as the races were competing with eliminated from the race. hioh hool football games last TROPHIES were present- Friday. The next three ed during intermission to the races will all be on Saturday three finalists in the Iowa nights, starting this next Championship Demolition Derby Saturday. held at the Speedway on Labor For the second race night in a Day. E 12 8 , xira rocks AvoHa Ev Hutchinson (83), Sac City Dyle Downing (84x), Dyle Downing (84x), Storm Lake FI on fumble-score play EXIRA- Exira scored on a recovered fumble late in the fourth quarter to snare an upset 12-8 victory over a somewhat raggaged AvoHa team. AvoHa got onto the scoreboard in the first quarter when Ron Gustafson went the final 8 yards and Dave Bauer hit Brian Lohafer for the PAT. Exira scored in the second guarter on a one.yard p,unge hut their PAT failed, leaving AvoHa in command 8-6. As the AvoHa air game hit and missed through the evening, the stage was set for a late fourth- quarter disaster. AVOHA quarterback Dave Bauer went back to throw on his own 15. had it intercevted by an Exira man on the 30, wllo returned it to the 10 before fumbling. fumble went into the end zone SCORING: where an Exira man fell on it for the winning score. Their second Gustafson, 8 yds., Bauer to PAT attempt was no good. Lohafer PAT good, AvoHa. Exira, one yd. run, PAT no The gun sounded with 12-8 on good. the scoreboard, the home team Exira, recovered fumble in scoring an upset victory on the end zone, PAT no good. first night of the season. AVOHA COACH Wharton said, "The fumbles hurt us, and STATISTICS our passing game wasn't what we expected. We just couldn't seem AvoHa Exira to hit the man." Passing 2 for 10 10 for 17 AvoHa fumbled four times, Yardage (27) (84) losing three of them. Wharton Running said that Pat Sievers was 187 124 credited with 11 tackles, Greg Yardage Feekes with 13. Total 214 208 Yardage It was a rough way to lose a ball game, but according to 1st downs 11 10 Wharton, the Vikings weren't Fumbles 4 2 playing their usual brand of ball. AvoHa 8000- 8 Fumbles 3 0 lost Bill Martin (64), Co. Bluffs Don Christensen (49), Harlan Frank Jorgensen (149), Audubon Tom Banks (166), Omaha Randy Sterner (407, Omaha B FEATURE Glen Robey (3337, Omaha Dave Chase (31), Co. Bluffs Ken Braasch (222), Deloit Lloyd Jorgensen (18), Audubon George Petersen (68), Harlan HArold Sliefer (14x), Storm Lake Mike Schaben (42), Defiance C FEATURE Larry Scott (12x), Harlan Jack DeMay (17), DeniSon Charles Summers (138), Harlan Leo Corn (6), Onawa Joe Vandenberg (79), Harlan Frank Olson (83x), Papillion Allen Stanley (82), Omaha Mike Chapman (X), W( Lowell Hupp (98x), AU'rie Loren Thies (5), ArthUr ! l ;hei Paul Scott (127, Harlat l Glen Robey (333), Omat0| SECOND Dyle Downing (84x), Chris Hoeppner (80), Frank Jorgensen (1497, (tie) Don Christensen and Randy Sterner (40)J THIRD Ev Hutchinson (83), Bill Martin (64), Co. Tom Banks (166), Mike Dizona (24), Dave Chase (31), CO. Crowd -- 2,500 Cars -- 40 Purse But as luck would have it, the Exira 0 :::1; Ik Horn socks ,, Z4 0 Anita ANITA --Elk Horn got off to a winning start here Friday night with a 24-0 victory. On the first play from of- fense, Elk Horn used a 57-yard double-pass from Zane Jensen to Dan Wolken to Kevin Hansen for their first six points and a lead they never gave up. Their second score came on a 16-yard sweep by scat-back Craig Gregerson, the PAT was no good and the Danes went into the half with a 12-0 lead. GREGERSON scored again in the third quarter on a 5-yard sweep and an 18-0 lead. Freshman Paul Christof- ferson recovered a blocked punt in the Anita end-zone for the final score. The Danes looked good on defense as they snagged three Anita passes, one by Jansen and two by Wolken. One of Wolken's in- terceptions came on the mid-field $15 billion. NY FIELD DAY SATURDAY, SEPT. 13 9:00 A.M. UNTIL 5:00 P.M. AT FARM LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF NEOLA, IOWA ON ! HIGHWAY 191 -- WATCH FOR SIGNS! OR, I MILE SOUTH OF THE NEOLA-PERSIA INTERSTATE EXIT. FREE WATERMELON! TEST PLOTS -- SEE 1970 CORN = & MILO VARIETIES JN THE FIELD SATURDAY. ,O's GOLD SEED CORN CO. stripe. He returned it 45 yards to set up Gregerson's five yard TD dash. THE DANES went 103 yards on the ground and 81 in the air. Dane Coach Newt Heaton, said, "I'm sure the Anita yardage was minutes -- we had them in e hole most of the night. He commented that, "the defense was much stronger than expected. There was a fine job by Tom Christofferson and Bruce Lange, both first-year men at defensive ends." "We were a bit spotty on offense. We missed a couple TD's on dropped passes and a fumble once on the five yard line. e Elk Horn 6 6 6 6 - 24 Anita 0000- .0 SCORING: Jansen to Wolken to Hansen, 57 yds., PAT no.good. Gregerson, 16 yds., PAT no good. Grege.rson, 5 yds., PAT no good. Christofferson, fumble recovered in end zone, PAT no good. Mnnning chills Irwin 22-0 Jack Winchell, Treynor, won 66-69 the Senior Men's Open Golf E.A. Raun, De Tournament held at the Harlan 70-73 MANN ING -- A big Manning a pass on Irwin's 30-yard line and Country Club Tuesday. (I) R. L. Layson, I squad pushed Irwin around a bit proceeding to punch it over with LOw scorer from Harlan was George Claussen, ! here Friday night as they shutout less than two minutes remaining. Vic Christensen with an 83. Les (2) the visiting Hawkeyes 22-0. Their PAT was good for two Thomsen of Avoca shot an 80 and 74-75 A defensive ball game until points. Sonny Weiss, Avoca, shot an 82. Zebe Conger, Ida late in the second quarter, Irwin In the second half Irwin was Coach Keith Hensler said, the without the services of Rex The men were flighted ac- (I) Over 77 offense didn't have any punch at Adams and Mark Larsen, both cording to age. The oldest golfer E.G. Fardal, A! all." s=delines with injuries. Larsen at the tournament was E. P. 103 (1) MANNING went into the half suffered a twisted ankle, and Lowry, Sac City, who, at age 93, Fred Colby, Am with an S-01ead after intercepting discovereddctrs upOnhe had aeXaminatin'mild case of strokes.runded the 18 holes in 114 105(2)E. P. Lowry, SaC the flu. Adams suffered from [  [ heat prostration. The flights with winners and _ The other Manning scores area scores are: - 114 (3) came late in the third quarter, so-s3 their PAT no good this time, and (1) Jack Winchell, Treynor - 75 the last score in the fourth quarter with the PAT making it Sonny Weiss, Avoca - 82 (4) Large crony = 22-0. 54-57 I IRWIN COACH Hensler said, Bill Chambers, Carroll - Walnut fun i DrlkN "the defense looked good, es- 78(i) pecially that first quarter, when they didn't get a first down." He cited sophomore Bob mbo this Anderson for his defensive play (3) question: at middle, guard. (1) 93-YEAR OLD E.P. Lowrey, Sac City, finishes 18! of golf in the Harlan Senior Men s Open Golf tournamenU last Tuesday. Lowry, pictured on the right, played Mt McKeown, Harlan, (left) and Wm. Downs, also of SaC Lowry finished with 54-80 - 114 for third place in his t A McKeown had an 87 and Downs scored a 91. See sta7 -- photo by Steve  ,tt' Senior Men's 0 ' IIXI held here Tuesda00 ,, Irwin 0000- 0 .Wb, en the ehdren s(art Manninn . n R ,,  Leo Farner, Harlan -- 86 (2) j oacz to school, can the fall ............. Ran McKeown, Harlan - 87 Over 8,000 saL I uon ,and the  1 (3) ==rv-a a,,..,. ,ho sjlll I neung sean be far behind . , ...... s..=;DU,; Iq I D  Parlmr Agency-i'. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: cake .supper. rate  I an imawance review, to some inalcauon oz u," I I e sure of adequate fire and =1 / I , / people in attendence. J II thefteove=.age?protection and liability RenKel services monaay I I morning at Earling LUNTEIirs t statel 1_. P'C _ caught this year i: "-' J 'mfrlate A KeneluhO,9 He is survived by four IbYwJnsLernvo;i I ovum 4o YZAas szavm00 [ Churc00hereMondaymo00.=g l0 00sters.Mrs has announced. I suv coum'Y I am Burial is at the church .Agnes t,emen, trzmg; tvu'sJoe fishing m a :ram; l PIIONg tl=) Win-= I tm'ah=rv 14 diad .qmL 4 at tlertzing, narlan; ann Mrs fete pond when ne ca': 1 62-65 Larry Trudeau, Odebelt - 85 WALNUT -- I were in attendence annual Amvet Fun over the Labor DaY 58-61 Les Thomsen, Avoca - 80 (1) Vic Christensen, Harlan - 83