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Portsmouth by LUCILLE JURSCHAK The Jerry Waltz family were Sunday dinner guests of Slyvester Mikels of Panama. Janell and Patricia Hayes spent the weekend at the Jerry Waltz home. Patricia Stein, daughter of Carl Steins, left Monday for Fort Dodge where she will attend Iowa Centra Community College. Her brother, Jim, will be a senior at ISU at Ames, Ia. Jack Slavens took their daughter, Ann to Cedar Falls Thursday where she will attend U.N.I. Gertrude Jurschak of Chicago came Tuesday for a visit at the Joe Jurschak home and with other relatives. Joe Jurschak, son of Joe F. Jurschaks, left Friday for Iowa City where he will be a sophomore at the Univ. of Iowa. RETURNS FROM GERMANY Jerry Waltzes and Slyvester Mikels went to Epply airport in Omaha Monday where they met Linda Mikels, who just returned from a trip to Germany. Bob Bruck received his discharge from the Navy at San Diego, Calif. and arrived at the parental, Nick Bruck Sr. home Saturday. Irene Thomas of San Diego, Calif. came with him for a visit. The Dave Gross family of Council Bluffs spent the weekend visiting Carl Steins and Matt Gross's. Linda Sondag, daughter of Ted Sondags, went to Ames, where she will attend I.S.U. Laura Reinig, daughter of Joe S. Reinig, will go to Omaha Monday where she will be a freshman at Creighton Univ. The Alfred Reinig family of Council Bluffs were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs August Reinig. Monday the Bob Krupricka family of Council Bluffs visited at her mother's home, Mrs August Reinig. Sunday guests of Nick Bruck St. were the Nick Bruck Jr. family, Ronnie Brucks of Persia, S. A. Rick, who is in the Navy in San Diego, Calif, Bob Bruck and Irene Thomas of San Diego, Calif. M. D. Leinen, Mrs August Reinig and Betty Reinig of Omaha were Friday supper guests of Joe S. Reinigs. Bob Reinigs left Friday for Bend, Oregon to visit Don Reinigs. Also to visit his sister, Tom Trunnels of Orville, Calif. Dick and Betty Reinig returned home from a week of sight seeing around Denver, Colo., and visiting their brother, A-lc Mike Reinig at the Lawry Airforce Base in Denver. Banns of marriage of Terry Newland and Patti Jo Jungfer- man of Neola were announced in St. Mary's church. Mrs Gilbert Rau was hostess at her home, Tuesday, Sept. 2 for members of the Circle and the following visitors: Mines Irene Monahan, Emma Lefeber, and Ann Bruck. Prize winners were Mmes J. J. Herkenrath, Mike Schmidt, Henry Zimmerman, August Reinig and Joe Leinen. Refreshments were served. Members will meet Oct. 7 with Mrs Elizebeth Skalla. The First fall meeting of the Rosary confraternity will be "Ihursday, Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m. at the community hall. S. A. Rick Bruck, who has spent the last two weeks at the parental Nick Bruck Sr. home following his boot training in the Navy, left on Labor day for San Diego, Calif., where he will at- tend school. Mark Leinen was admitted to Myrtue hospital in Harlan Monday evening and submitted to major surgery on Tuesday morning. PATTISON APPOINTED W. A. Pattison of Harlan has been appointed to serve on the Policies and Personnel com- mittee of the Iowa Association for Retarded Children, according to an announcement by William Hester of North English, president of the IARC. Pattison, a past president of the state association, is currently serving as president of the Shelby County Association for Retarded Children. SLIDE RULES Bulletin Boards at Ilarlau . I CESSPOOL- SEPTIC TANK PUMPING You must be satisfied with the work we do and the price we charge Phone Earling 747-3632 or 747-2661 collect RICHARD KOESTERS Formerly operated by Fred Stinn I DON KLOEWER -- CESSPOOL PUMPING $15 1st load; additional loads $5.00 Tank capacity 1,500 gals. w Prompt Service Phone 748-3961 -- Defiance, Iowa Professions DR. K. L. MUELLER CHIROPRACTOR 1206 7th Street Dial 755-5406 I I CHRISTENSEN Veterinary Clinic 306 7TH STREET Harlan w 755-5602 Dr. E. T. Christensen III Ill Insurance I I _ I Oaten Insurance = J And Real Estate r Bruce W. Ouren  Bud Ouren 755-2174 Ill I CITY OFFICERS Mayor ...... Dr. K. L. Muellar City Clerk ...... Cliff Haskoll Council m LarDy Christeneen, Wm, Tineley, Gerald Clark, Jim Noble, John Vander- heiden, and Dr. Earl Bolting. house. Health Officer .... Dr. Spearing Fire Chief ...... Cliff Wignese Police Chief ...... AI Gangler HARLAN UTILITIES Board of Trustees  Dean Frederickson, Spence Vender. linden, Phil Phelps. Manager ...... Donald Bragg CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President ............ Bob Ross Manager .......... AI Stewart COUNTY OFFICERS Senator ........ James Schaben State Rap'tire Alfred Nielsen Auditor ............ Pete Croft Mad. Examiner, Dr. Carl Bisgard Treasurer .. Ralph Henderson Clerk of courts Leonard Grlmeley Recorder .... Donna Williams Sheriff ...... Orrell Gearhart Attorney ........ David Moore Assessor .. Hans Christiansen Board of Supervisors Fred L. Rasmussen, Peder Andersen Ors (Buck) Holloway Engineer ........ Stan Clay County Conservation Board Frank Messerschmidt, Norman Scott, Gene Larsn, Da.lo Young, Joe Wehr. BERNIE  HARLAN PUBLIC LIBRARY VAN DUYN [,lJ H0ure Daily, 12:30 to 5 p.m. Als Friday night 7 to 9. Closed Call: Sundays. 755-5042 CO. SOCIAL WELFARE BRD. I I Ill g00,ssu.o INSURED A. V. PARKER INSURANCE AGENCY DIAL 755.5195 I III The PIZZA PUB Ph. 755-2666 OPEN 7 DAYS EACH WEEK I II Ill I Buck Holloway, Mrs Max Plumb. Cledo Reynolds. CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION County Superintendent Fattest Brouhard; Dean Luxford, Mrs Ray Trsdway, Selmer Hodno, Ambrose Musnchrath, Emmort Stern. WELFARE AGENCIES Red Cross  Mrs Linus Hartman Home Service 8 Military Set. vice Aid. Salvation Army  G. K. Swift Art Doran, Leo Mores. MYRTUE MEM. HOSPITAL Administrator, Cletue Turnbach Board of Directors George O Hurley, Jerry Lateen, Bob Sullivan, Alvin Sohnack, Joe Leinen, Marion Booer, James Wlckrsham" I I " KELLEY'S APPLIANCE REPAIR SPECIALIZING in Sweepers, Toasters, Irons, Polishers, Lamp Rewiring, etc. Power mower repairs. 802 10th St., Harlan, Phone 755-2080 THE MAYOR of River City begins his speech, and the towns people listen attentively in this scene from the Sept. 18, 19 & 20 production of Meredith Willson's "The Music Man". Earling News By MRS ALEX ESSER Fred Colbys of Ames are houseguests of Bern Aharts. Mr Ahart and Mr Colby played in the Golf Tournament at Harlan. Nick Bissens Jr., Betty Trierweiler of Omaha and James Trierweilers of Dow City returned late Monday from a fishing trip to Sauk Center, Minn. Peter Gauls Jr., and family of Davenport spent Thursday with Peter Gauls Sr., the Gerald Gaul and Leo Gaul families. Alfred Stessmans of Panama were Sunday evening dinner guests of the Gerald Gaul family. Alfred Kenkels, Dennis Kenkels and Jack Kenkals spent the Labor Day weekend at Lake Okoboji, returning Monday evening. Robert Kenkels and daughters of Omaha spent Sunday and Monday with the George Kenkel family. Tom Schulte started work in ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE Minor to complete rewind PETERSEN BATTERY and ELECTRIC 1114 Sixth St. - 755-5402 I I Buying or selling REAL ESTATE See ROMAN ROSMAN, Phone 747-2922 EARLING, IOWA I PAUL A PAULEY Town & Farm Real Estate  Farm Loans AUCTIONEERING 755-2157 or 744-2266 SHELBY COUNTY ABSTRACT CO. Abstracts. Insurance Dial 755-2174 I SCHWINN BICYCLES Sales - Service. Repairs WE TRADE BACON HARDWARE JIM'S TV SERVICE Black and White MOTOROLA TV - Color Sales and Service JIM BOHART Phone 755-5461 PLASTIC SIGNS For Btmiaess Truck - Car R. M. RETTIG Dial 755-2395 Insurance INSURANCE REAL ESTATE & MUTUAL FUNDS Omaha Tuesday for the General Appliances Company. Robert Christiansen left Monday morning for Ames, where he will be aa freshman at Iowa State University. Robert is the son of Lavern Christiansens. Bill Christiansen will go to Ames later this week to resume his classes as a junior. Elizabeth Kenkel returned to her home here this week after a trip to California and a week's stay at Boy's Town in omaha where she was formerly em- ployed. Labor day weekend guests of Lawrence Thraens were Wm Andersons and sons of Omaha and the Joe Thraen family of Carroll. Monday visitors at the Lawrence Thraen home were Lloyd Jacksons, the former Icy Jackson and husband of St. James, Minn., and George Jacksons of Exira. Weekend visitors of Tony Franks were Owen Franks and sons, the James Frank family of Omaha, Joe Sandbothes and daughters of Council Bluffs, Eugene Lefebers of Portsmouth, Mrs Lyle Lahr of Dunlap and Henry Schwartes. A house- painting campaign was con- ducted and the Frank home was painted with as many as 16 painters on the job at one time Monday. Visitors Monday at the Henry Schwarte home were the Duane French, Bruce Steel, and Gary Schwarte families all of Council Bluffs. NEW GRANDCHILDREN Mr and Mrs Louis Koesters have received word of two new grandchildren. Dick Kleins are the parents of a new daughter born Wednesday August 27th at Myrtue Hospital. She joins two brothers and two sisters, and All Kleins, are the paternal grand- parents. Bob Schechingers of Des Moines are the parents of a son, born Saturday Aug. 30 at Iowa Methodist Hospital. A1 Schechingers of Logan are the paternal grandparents. Chris Graeves received word of the arrival of a new grandson born to Gerald Graeves at Ber'gan-Mercy Hospital in Omaha Tuesday Sept. 2. He weighed 6 lbs. 6 ounces and joins two brothers, Patrick and Shawn. Bartel Harringtons of Dunlap are the maternal grandparents. PFC Neal Gaul returned from Fort Carson, Colo. last week after having been deactivated. BANK Pfc Gaul will attend reserve meetings. The Jerry Schmitz family fo Wall Lake, Ia. and the Hugo Sch- mitz family were Sunday evening dinner guests of the Virgil Coenen family. Gene Stinns and Kenneth Alexander attended the Omaha Royal-Des Moines baseball game and 20th Anniversary for Station KMTV in Omaha Monday af- ternoon. Helen Heese of Omaha came Friday evening and spent five days with her mother, Mrs Peter Heese. Friday they went to Des Moines and spent the weekend with the Dick Hearn family. Monday they went to Wall Lake and spent the day with the Jerry Schmitz family. Miss Heese returned to Omaha Monday night. The Harold Hanson family of Kansas City, and Dewey Langenfeld family of Spencer spent the weekend with Benita Langenfeld. Tey attended the wedding of their brother, Francis Langenfeld, and Florence Pflug in Omaha Saturday. Duane Gross went to Ames Tuesday to assist with Orien- tation of Freshmen at Iowa State University. Late this week he will also register for his classes as a junior at ISU. Mr and Mrs Alban Gross visited Mrs Mary Kaufman of Westphalia Tuesday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Joe Weis and Patty were Jack McGills and sons of Omaha. Afternoon visitors were the Joe Weis family of Norfolk, Nebr., Mr and Mrs Gary Weis and Jeffery of Omaha, and Douglas Pauieys and sons of Avoca. Mrs Alice Alexander and family visited Mrs Weis and Patty Monday. Friday evening visitors of Mrs Joe Weis and Patty were the Cletus Weis family, and PFC K eenan Weis who returned from Vietnam on Thursday. After a short time Keenan plans to resume school in Omaha. Eugene Sibenallers, Dennis Kenkels and Charles Finkens enjoyed a three day trip to Florida last week, returning on Friday. The Gene Weis' and Joe Reischls helped the Rev. Frederick Reischl move from Woodbine to St. Mary's rectory at Panama on Tuesday. Bob Stinn of Omaha visited his mother Mrs Josephine Stinn and also attended the Henry Stinn sale in the afternoon. Mrs Werner Gross visited with her father, George Langenfeld, at Myrtue Hospital Friday. Mr Langenfeld entered the Hospital Thursday for tests and observation. Mrs Chas Heese and Frank Heese returned Tuesday after spending a few days in Council Phone 755-3111 PAGE 2 Omaha Monday afternoon. Five Pan Harlan, la. News Advertiser RCA and five Motorola sets were Mort. Morning, Sept. 8, 1969 given to patrons attending the by Bluffs with Marie Heese at Mercy Hospital and Bertha Heese's home. HAVEN NOTES Mrs Ann Glawinski returned from Myrtue Hospital Friday after a five day stay for tests and observation. Bishop Maurice Dingman stopped at the Haven Sunday enroute to Dunlao to discuss plans with Msgr. Gaul and the Zimmermans for an annual outdoor mass at the Shrine. A Bingo party was sponsored by Court St. Katherine No. 266 Wednesday evening. Assisting with the games were Mrs All Heese, Chairman, Mrs Mildred Schaben, Mrs Peter Heese, Mrs Io Bieker, Mrs Roman Rosman and Mrs Rita Block. Residents at the Haven remembered with giRs for August birthdays were Bernadine Bieker, Lona Blum, Henry Block, Julius Frahm, Inez Hatterman, Pauline Reischl and Alvin Rosman. Mrs Bernadine Bieker ob- served her birthday August 29th. Present to share cake and refreshments and visit were Paul Spantons, Robert Leightons, Mike Leightons and Kim, Clem Biekers, Becky, Barbara and Jo all of Minneapolis, Minn., and Jerry Biekers of Defiance. Inez Hatterman had a birthday Aug. 30 with relatives called for her and took her to Dunlap where they helped her enjoy her cake and visit. Alvin Rosman observed his birthday Sunday, August 31, with his twin brother Alfred and sister, Clara, at the Haven. The Rosman's brought treats for all the residents at the Haven that were able to join them in the dining room. Mr Gene Stinn was one of the Lucky winners of an 18 inch Motorola TV set at the 20th an- niversary celebration of Station KMTV at Rosenblatt Stadium in baseball game between the Omaha Royals and Des Moines, which was won by Des Moines over Omaha 7 to 3. Also en- tertaining the fans were the nationally known singing group The Young Americans. The enandoah High School Band Roosevelt Greer, football star and entertainer. A crowd of over 13,000 attended the afternoon celebration. The TV sets were presented the winners on the baseball field and it was televised. Lenora Loehr was also joined by relatives Monday as she ob- served a birthday. Elmer Mullers, Ann and Bob of Man- ning, Mrs Delephine Fromm of Harlan, and Mrs R.J. Rewerts of Defiance, and residents of the Haven enjoyed cake and refresh- ments as Ann sang. Joe Hancock returned from Veterans Hospital last weekend, after an extended stay. HOSPITALIZED Remaining at Myrtue Hospital are Charlie Gallagher, Mae Murphy, Walburga Freund and Louis Sorenson. Marriage nounced at St. Sunday for Steve Gerald J. Judy Blum, Blums. Joe Morfelds Day weekend Morfeld and Nebr. Tom and Dunlap visited Bessie and Robert NURSING were awarded Anastasi, graduation Catherine's school here Also Brinker, of Harlan. BRIEF CASES -- Large choose from. The i at Tribune Office Harlan. FARM FOR Top 240 acre Mosquito Valley Farm. Good Improvements. Leuschen Bros. Farm located on the edge of Panama, Iowa. -- See or Call -- Robert Sullivan or Gerald Agents Phone 489-2424 or 489-2364 Panama, Iowa A Friendly Reminder That Your I Second Payment 1968 Taxes ARE NOW DUE AND WILL BE DELINQUENT OCTOBER I, 1969 Penalties of three-fourths of one per cent ere assessed on unpaid taxes 1st and the property on which taxes are delinquent will be advertised the second week in November. NEW PERSONAL TAX LAW A bill passed by the Iowa legislature now DEMANDS that County publish DELINQUENT PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX in some newspaper County once each week for two consecutive weeks, the last which shall i mere than two weeks before the first Monday in December. Then if not made, the treasurer shall, within ten (10) days following the final tion of such notice, issue Distress Warrants which are given to the collection. The Sheriff will then seize and sell personal property pay tax, interest and costs. Bypaying taxes on time the tax payer can beressment and publication, humility of being served'a" Distresl Warrant, ties and costs. County Treasurer RALPH H. HENDERSON PLANT PLUMB HYBRIDS A. A. THRAEN MILLER'S ) INSURANCE AGENCY :t" , L,. SAYLOR HOTEL BInDG. Dial 755-5839  # YIELDS ! PROFIT ! 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