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Ilapla n A00ws I,ET'S (;ET PEt/SONAI. report your (ut-oLtown trips and guests regularly. Your friends and reiativ[,s eniny reading these little items anti your hosts and guests apprec:ate yO[ll" ('(ioFtes) In reporting th(,[li Guests of Mrs Ella McKeig for a ten day visit have been her sister and husband, Dr and Mrs R. M. Sorensen of Denver, Colo. During their stay, Mrs McKeig and her guests visited another sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs R. R. Van Patter at Iowa Falls. The Sorensens left by plane for their home Monday. BABY GIRL: Sp5 and Mrs David Anderson of Fort Hood, Texas, announce the birth of their first Child, a daughter, born August 29, weighing 6 lb. 13 oz. She has been named Stacey Renee. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ray Larson. of Cuppy's Grove and Mr and Mrs Victor Anderson of Atlantic. Mr and Mrs Henry Larson of Harlan are great grandparents. Mrs Larson le Sunday by plane to be with her daughter. The Amdersons address is: 544 Krause Ave., Walker Village, Fort Hood, Tex. Mr and Mrs George B Kelley have returned from a three week trip to Aloha, Oreg. where they visited Mrs Kelley's son, PFC and Mrs Kenneth Adams and family. PFC Adams is a member of the Oregon State Police. Iroute home they visited a cousin, Mr and Mrs Harold Campbell at Midwest, Wyo. KEMP REUNION AUGUST 31 The Kemp family held their annual picnic at the Legion Hall in Harlan, August 31. Attending from Atlantic were: Messrs and Mmes Robert McDermott and family, Gary Reisgard and Dick Kemp. From Kimballton, the Merlin Miller family, James Larsens and family and Mrs Ina Petersen. Also, the James Kemp family of Adair, and the Valen Christensen family of Defiance Present from the Harlan area were Mrs Jessie Kemp, Messrs and Mmes Ellis Gearhart, Charles Gearhart and family, Lynn Gearhart and family, Dale Poldberg and family, Andrew Christensen, and Ed Hanson and llene. BABY GIRL: Mr and Mrs Allan Andersen of Route 2, Harlan, announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Tuesday Sept. 2. She weighed 7 lb 9 oz. and has been named Brenda Lee. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Arnold Andersen of Harlan and Mr and Mrs Owen Jorgensen of Guthrie Center. Great grand- parents are Mrs Martin Andersen and Mrs Frank Meier of Harlan, Mrs Andrew Jorgensen of Guthrie Center and Jack Rains of Panora. Verlee Greer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Verle Greer, left Wednesday for the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls. She is a sophomore and her major is Library Science. Mr and Mrs Russell Swift have closed their summer home at Lake Okoboji and returned to Harlan, Thursday. Donald DeBord of Broken Bow, Neb spent the Labor Day weekend with his mother, Mr and Mrs Chester Quick. BABY BOY: Darrin Lee, 9 lb 2 oz son was born to Mr and Mrs George F. Petersen, August 30. He joins a brother Brett 4 and a sister Lisa 3. Grandparents are Mrs Erna Stranskov of Kim- ballton and Mr and Mrs Everett Petersen of Harlan. Mrs Marie Petersen of Elk Horn is the paternal great grandmother. BABY BOY: Mr and Mrs Richard A. Sorensen of Denver, Colo are the parents of a son, born August 9. He has been named Scott Christian. Grand- parents are Mr and Mrs Edward Sorensen Jr. of Greely, Colo Mrs Carrie Sorensen of Avoca is the great grandmother. The Sorensens are former Harlan residents. James Fanshawe III of Surrey, England and Krispin Manners of Somerset, England were Labor Day weekend guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs Harold Caudill. James and Krispin were classmates of Randall Caudill when he attended Exeter University in England. They are on a tour of the United States. BABY BOY: Timothy Robert, 8 lb 4/2 oz son was born to Mr and Mrs John Donlin, August 27. Mr and Mrs Richard Tallman and Dr and Mrs R. E. Donlin are grandparents Paternal great grandparents are Mr and Mrs Edward Donlin and Mr and Mrs Harry Lepley, all of Omaha. Maternal great grandmothers are Mrs Ora Summy and Mrs Margaret Tallman, both of Council Bluffs Timothy's father, Pvt. John Donlin has finished basic training at Fort Lewis, Washington and reported to Fort Sill, Okla, Saturday where he will receive schooling. BABY BOY: A 3 lb. 9 oz son was born to Mr and Mrs Mark Larson of Irwin, Sept. 1. He has been named Christopher Alan. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ora Holloway of Kirkman and Mr and Mrs Richard Larson of Irwin. Great grandparents are Mr and Mrs Mathias Andersen, Mrs Anna Larson, Mrs George Hartman and Mr and Mrs Scott Holloway. Mrs O. D. Ferry is the great great grandmother. Mrs Jack Costello and daughter, Manon of Norfork spent several days with her mother, Mrs Mayme Stephany. They also visited her sister, Mrs Dorothy Schechinger and brother, the Paul Stephany family. Mrs Stephany and her guests spent Sunday at the Roman Kloewer home at Panama. Mr and Mrs Leonard Peterson of Wichita, Kans were guests of Mr and Mrs Harrell Cox, Wednesday Mr Petersen and Mrs Cox are cousins. He and his parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Petersen, are former Harlan residents. Other recent visitors at the Cox home were Mrs Florence Watkins of Omaha and Mrs 'lhelma Gregory of San Diego, Calif They also formerly lived in Harlan. Mr and Mrs Charles Allen Jr spent the weekend in Topeka, Kans. visiting her parents, Rev. and Mrs Robert Fisher. Mr and Mrs Collis Mayr of Oskaloosa visited his grand- mother, Mrs Fanny Mayr and the Leo Mores family, Sunday. They had been vacationing at Lake Okoboji. and were enroute home. Mrs J. Dean Jorgensen spent several days with her mother, Mrs C. F. Buchan at Clarion, who is recovering from a fall at her home. Mr and Mrs Cyril Goeser were among those helping the James Laundervilles of Vail celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. Mrs Goeser and Mrs Launderville are sisters. Mrs Donald Goede and David and Mrs Gary Steinkuehler spent the weekend at Anthon visiting their daughter and sister, the Jim Etters. Dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin Schnack at their home Sunday included Messrs and Mmes Charles Schnack and baby, Vernon Schnack and family, Lewis Kullbom and Lloyd Nelson and son. Mr and Mrs Cyril Goeser and Vivian were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Lloyd Book home in Denison in honor of Mr Book's birthday. Mr and Mrs J. Dean Jorgensen returned last week from Mt. Home, Arkansas after spending ten days bass fishing on Lake Norfolk. They report that fishing was excellent. Ken Greiner (Leonard) and Max Bacon (Max Sr.) left Wednesday for Iowa State University at Ames, where both are freshmen. They left early to attend new student activities. Classes begin Monday, Sept. 8. Mr and Mrs Ron Fascher of Omaha and Mr and Mrs Clarence Miller of Denison were Sunday dinner guests of the Art Faschers. The Ron Faschers moved to Wilmington, N. C. on Tuesday where he is a civil engineer with the Army Corps of Engineers. Mr and Mrs Walter Mueller of Hiawatha, Kans. spent Wed- nesday and Thursday with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Vern Lewis. Mrs Lewis was hospitalized August 5 with pneumonia. She has returned to her home but is confined to bed due to complications. Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Cyril Goeser home were Mr and Mrs Sheldon Book of Portland, Oreg., Mr and Mrs Vincent Book of GCay. afd the Randy McIntosh family. TRIP TO ALASKA Mr and Mrs Laurence Schmidt and son, Larry have returned from a four week vacation, touring ten states, western Canada and Alaska. They visited their son and his wife, Don and Rhae Jean Schmidt at Anchorage, where he is on duty with the Air Force. They report the unusual amount of daylight hours in Anchorage fascinating, with darkness from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. The temperature ranged in the 45-60 degree range while they were there. However on the morning of August 13, three in- ches of snow fell at Tak, Alaska, reminding the Schmidts of Iowa in late December. HERE WE GROW.! "AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION" Workman instal the fire protection sprinkler system which will have more than 100 outlets spaced throughout the ceiling. This inside work is speeding along and we're looking forward to the day (Soon we hope) when we can throw open the doors. Mrs Ron Moon enjoys a serving of "Twelve Hour Salad" with her children (L-r) Mrs Moon, Andrea, Marty, Mark and Lance. - Photo by Marjorie Petersen PAGE 4 u'lan, la. News Advertiser . Morning, Sept. 8, 1969 Phone 755-3111 remodeling work themselves, Carol is extremely interested in fine, genuine antiques. Their first antique was a wedding giR, what is probably a large fruit compote, dated 1777 from Italy. Their second piece was a French davenport, which they purchased while on their honeymoon. Since that time they have acquired several chairs and tables. Carol is presently refinishing an unusual table. The Moons are members of the United Church of Christ of which Ron is choir director. They are also active in other phases of church work. - ACCIDENTS NO CHARGES were filed in a two-car mishap at the in- tersection of Sixth and Durant Streets Sept. 3, 11:25 aan. Officer Eugene Petersen's report stated a car driven by and a car driven Jacobsen, collided tersection. damage to the $140 damage to No one was injured. NO ONE was car-pickup Broadway Ave. Officer Petersen's cars driven Gustason, Harlan, Miller collided. estimated $100 Gustason car and pickup. No charges CHARGES in a car-tractor Defiance Sept. 5, 3 Orrell Gearhart's car driven by Willis 37, Defiance, was main street when parked tractor. estimated $400 Finken's car and $25o to $800 tractor. No one Gearhart filed Finken. For A "Your neishbor's favorite recipe"-- Delicious "Twelve Hour Salad" Call from Mrs Ronald Moon Harlan 755, D "ly M d" " at e ttatton ByMARJORIE PETERSEN .. Womens editor Spotlighting our recipe feature this week is Mrs Ronald Moon with her recipe for "Twelve-hour Salad". Carol finds this equally good for company or for the family meal, since it can be made several hours before serving, leaving a busy hostess and mother free from last minute preparations. Mr and Mrs Moon live in a large, spacious home on 1106 Baldwin. They are in the process of remodeling the kitchen, however that project is nearing completion. The rest of the house, built around 1890, they plan to keep pretty much in its original period design. Ron and Carol have a Voarhees-Bohart vows in Harvard, Neb. MRS JAMES BOHART Patrieia Voorhees, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. M. Voorhees of Harvard, Neb. and James Bohart, son of Mr and Mrs C. E. Bohart of Harlan, were united in marriage at the Harvard United Church on Saturday evening, August 9 by Rev. Benjamin Huang. The double ring ceremony took place in front of the altar centered with a basket of yellow and white mums. The candelabra on either side of the altar were entwined with ivy and majestic daisies. Organist, Sharon Lovgren of Harvard accompanied Pat Canningham of Miller, Neb. who san "Walk Hand in Hand", the "Wedding Prayer" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a traditional white floor length gown in the Empire Mode of nylon organza over Peau taffeta, fashioned with a scalloped neckline and long, lace tapered bridal point sleeves. The gown was complemented with an attached Watteau chapel train which swept from below the shoulders and was embellished with matching lace appliques. The nylon tulle, bouffant veil cascaded from a double pearl crown tiara accented with lace and irridescent tear drops. Her cascade bouquet was of white majestic daisies. Marcia Goerke of Scottsbluff was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Valarie Bohart, sister of the groom, Jo Blakeslee of Kimball and Barbara Horn of Scottsbluff. They wore Jonquil yellow chiffon cage gowns with long sheer sleeves trimmed with Venise lace. The lace wedding ring standup collar formed two wide rows of lace down the center back to the floor. Their illusion veils were of matching nylon tulle and they carried colonial bouquets of white daisies. Best man was Phil Parker of Exeter. Groomsmen were I.rry Voorhees, bride's brother, Curt Yost of Kearney and Frank Bohart, groom's brother. Ushers were Fred Voorhees of Hastings. cousin of the bride, Crai Erickson of Grand Island, Dan Traudt of Henderson and Jim Douglas of Columbus. Candlelighters were Mary Bohart, sister of the groom and Steven Voorhees, brother of the bride. Mary wore a yellow sleeveless floor length gown fashioned of Serrano with an empire bodice accented with a brown daisy lace trim and a matching hair bow. Mrs Larry Voorhees of Gretna presided at the guest book table. The reception was held at the church. The serving table was skirted in white satin covered with white net and held a white bride's cake and a Scandinavian groom's cake. Mrs Russell Rath was in charge of the dining room. Assistants were Mrs Maynard Brehm, Mrs Wm. B. Yost, Mrs Alfred-Bieck, Mrs Gerald Rath, Mrs Wilbert Klein, Mrs Irene Aker, Mrs Chester Woodward, Missess Cheryl Nelson, Pare Ballain, Beverly Bachman, Tami Brehm, Carmen Haseloh and Virginia Alberding. After a trip to Colorado, Mr and Mrs Bohart will reside at 14 Tabor Drive, Kearney, Nebr. Both will be seniors at Kearney State College. Mr and Mrs C. E. Bohart, the groom's parents, hosted thirty guests at a prenuptial dinner at the Midlands Restaurant in Hastings. FREE Hearing Aid Service Saylor Hotel Harlan, Iowa Fri., Sept. 12 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. II MRS C. R. FIFER Our Authorized Consultant, will give Free Check-up and Clean your Aid. II I I A Complete Line of Zenith & Otarioin Listener Hearing Aids. 'J Batteries and $ervlee For All Mokea LOW DOWN PA .YIM.P2IT C. R. Fifer Co. Council Bluffs- 328 W. Broadway PHONE 322-1885 common interest in music and their activities center around that interest. Ron is in his second year of teaching vocal music at the Avoca high school. He also is a member of the Earl Russell orchrestra, and gives private music lessons. Carol is a flute major and also gives private lesson s. Besides Mr and Mrs Moon this busy household consists of Mark 6, Marty 5, Lance 3 and Andrea 10 months. Besides fin- ding time to do most of the Twelve Hour Salad or Dessert BY Mrs Ron Moon Ingredients: 2 eggs, 5 This. lemon juice, 5 Tbls sugar, 2 Tbls butter, 1/2 lb small marshmallows, 2 cups crushed pineapple, 2 cups pitted white cherries, and 1 cup cream. Method: Beat eggs, lemon juice and sugar. Cook until thick in double boiler. Remove from heat. Add 2 Tbls butter and marshmallows. Cool and add 1 cup cream, 2 cups crushed pineapple, 2 cups pitted white or red cherries. If you prefer, sprinkle graham cracker crumbs over top if to be dsed for dessert. Freeze and use as desired. FINAL WEEK! Going-Out-Of-Business CLEARANCE SALE! SALE OF "NEW" FALL CLOTHING BLOUSES DRESSES PURSES SWEATERS SKIRTS SLACKS PRICES SMASHED AGAIN 30 % OFF All Sales Cash And Final! SALE ABSOLUTELY ENDS Saturday, Sept. 13-5:30 Every Item Sold First Come-First LaVah's " Hotel Saylor Building Furman Miller Ins. Agency Has Now Become: Miller-Reed Agency, Inc. FURMAN MIIJ ERNIE REED For 18 years, we have op- erated the Agency as a single business ownership. Now we have incorporated and brought in as partner, Mr Ernie Reed. Mr Reeci has had eve 14 years of insurance experience with Unifed States Fidelity & Guaranty Insur- ance Co. in Des Moines. He brings a wealth of specialized experience in insurance and his counseling experience will be available to our host of patrons and to those who seek insurance help in getting the right policy and protection. Miller, Reed Agency, Inc. Hotel Saylor Building - Harlan - Phone 755-5839