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r Nei hborhood News by Kim Wegener J Sec A- Pg Harlan IA Fri. morn., Nov. 3, Weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Paulsen were Dr. and Mrs Wayne Paulsen of North Platte, NE., Lisa and Lori Paulsen of Ottawa, KS., and Reuben and JoAnn Paulsen of Overland Park, KS. They came to help Mrs Henry Paulsen celebrate her birthday on Fri- :idaY" Ila Knudsen, Rhoda Graves, and Dale and Ruth Sorensen attended the South- west Iowa Merit Mothers din- ner at Fletcher Nichols farm home south of Atlantic last Sunday. Edna Jessen returned Thursday from an eight day trip to Colorado. She visited with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Donovan Chris- tensen in Denver, CO., and her daughter, Monica Jessen Pierce in Colorado Springs, CO. On Saturday, Edna Jessen and Donovan Christensens were guests of Mike Christensen in Canon City, CO. They were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Christensen in Canon City. They also visited with Ran and Debbie Davis in Denver on Wednesday. Rita Finken and Cecilia Kloewer both of Harlan, Leona Kaufmann, Mrs Harry Gubbels, Hilda Schwery, Anna Ruschenberg and Agnes Hastert all of Westphalia went to Om- aha last Thursday to spend the day with Sr. Rose Kaufmann. St. Rose is program director at Presbyterian Senior Center in Omaha. Following a potluck dinner at the center, the group was entertained by a band of children, ages 4-12, who played violins. The women also played games and cards. Guests of Bruce and Tina Christensen and Valen and Arlene Christensen last week- end were Janet Hiatt, Cindy and Doug, West Bend, WI., Brian and Tammy Christensen and Tyler, Avon, CO., Steve Christensen, Hatton, ND., Donna and Gary Walker, Sam and Sarah, Sioux City; Tina's parents, Gary and Joan Sanders, O'Neill, NE., and grandmother, Betty Peters, O'Neill, NE. TYPEWRITERS ARE A MUST for the college student. Lots of models to choose from at the Hadan News- papers. See the all-new Smith- Corona maclnes. Happy 60th Birthday From: Darwin, Beverly, Dennis, Denise & Allen Newcomers to Harlan The following are recent newcomers to Harlan accord- ing to a list compiled by the Harlan Hello. The Harlan Hello is furnished by R.C. Booth Enterprises in Harlan. Roger and Jane Elbert' are living at 3002-81 12th. They are from Carroll. He is assistant manager at Pamida. The Elberts have one child. Jennifer Engberg is from Omaha. She is living at 1118 Victoria. Jennifer is a manufacture's consultant. Robert and Cheri McLaughlin and their child are living at 1006 Broadway. He is employed at Earl May. Cheri is employed with the Council Bluffs Nonpariel. The McLaughlins are from Council Bluffs. Kurt and Marcey Norland are from Indianola. They are living at 500-1 D 12th. He is employed with Agriland FS. Marcey is a teacher. Dennis and Janice Riggle and their three chil- dren are living at 3002-70 12th. The Riggles are from Earling. Keith and Sharon Wood and their two children are from Riverside, CA. They are living at 907 Victoria. All classes Include 1 hour of relaxation, breathing & l.,anmze practice MMH to offer sibling preparation class Myrtue Memorial Hospital, Harlan, will be offering a sib- ling preparation class to help children prepare for the changes they will experience when a new baby brother or sister ar- rives. The class is for all age groups and will be held on Nov. 14 from 4-5 p.m. in the I hospital education center. It is I being offered at no cost and parents may accompany their children, if they wish. The class will consist of a story time, video tape tour of Myrtue Memorial's birthing room, nursery and patient rooms, a suggested reading list, instruction on newborn abili- ties and characteristics, infant stimulation shapes, mom's stay in the hospital, doll demonstration, big brother and big sister responsibilities and tips for siblings and parents. Each child attending is asked to bring a doll. Parents are asked to pre- register their children for the class b 7 calling the Myrtue Memorial nursing office at 755-5161, ext. 311. Lordy, Lordy, Look Who's Forty! Dad is 71, ,ill  i KIM WEGEnER/Harlan Newspapers i Halloween fun at New Park Elementary These two Halloween characters were caught strolling the halls at New Park Elementary School in Harlan on Tuesday afternoon. A Halloween parade was held followed by individual class parties. Abbie Feekes (man) and Abby Rhoten (woman) are third grade students of Mrs Vera Raasch. Abbie is the daughter of Greg and Connie Feekes, Harlan, while the other Abby is the daughter of William and Rosanne Rhoten, Harlan. School Lunch Menu Hadan School lunch program (Nov. 6-10) HCHS fresh apple or orange wedges. Tuesday - hamburger with pickles and catsup, french fries, baked beans, applesauce. Wednesday - pepperoni pizza, Monday - cheese pizza, relish plate, lettuce salad with choice of corn, peaches, rice with cinnamon dressing, peaches, rice with and sugar. cinnamon and sugar. Thursday - sausage patty, tri- "rue=day -chicken fried beef tators, french toast with syrup, patty, baked potato with choice of pineapple. toppings, pears, chocolate cake. Wednesday - mexi-pork on a bun, french fries, green beans, apple bar. Thursday - creamed turkey over mashed potatoes, peas, school made whole wheat bun with jelly, pineapple. Friday- No school, parent- teacher conferences. Chef's salad lunch and salad bar are available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Friday. HCHS-Breakfast or choice of cold cereal. Tuesday - orange juice or apple "juice, school made warm cinnamon bread. Wednesday - orange juice or warm apple slices, french toast with syrup. Friday- No school, parent- teacher conferences. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. Harlan Middle School- Breakfast Monday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast and jelly. Tuesday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, warm school made bun with jelly. Wednesday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, Texas toast and jelly. Monday - fresh orange wedges Thursday - orange juice or apple or apple juice, Texas toast with jelly juice, choice of cold cereal, toast and jelly. Thursday - orange juice or apple juice, scrambled eggs, toast and je"y. Friday- No school, parent- teacher conferences. 1/2 pt. of milk is served with every breakfast. A choice of cold cereal is available every day. Harlan Middle School Monday - tuna and noodles, peas, warm muffin with butter, CHILDBIRTH PREPARATION COUNTDOWN CLASSES for expectant parents In 7th to 8th month of pregnancy begin I MONDAY, NOV. 6, 7 pm I Myrtue Memorial Hospital Education Center, 1213 Garfield, Harlan (LASS SCHEDULE Monday. Nov. 6 - "Controlling Discomfort" Monday. Nov. 13 - "Fhe Birthing Process" Monday, Nov. 20 - " Hospital Obstetrics Tour" Monday, Nov, 27 - "Breast-feeding vs. Bottle-feeding" Monday, Dec. 4 - " Newborn Care and Parenting Tips" ,$40 per lndivklual or couple. (No cost If previously paid lbr "Early Bird Classes.) For financial assistance, call Peg dana, R.N.C., 755-5161 [ TO REGISTER CALL 755-5161, extenslon 311 I 1213 Garfield Ave., Harlan, 755.5161 "" , .-" ",, ,,,, Box 88. Harlan I Friday Club members attend Oct. convention Irene Hansen was the host- ess when the Harlan Friday Club met on Oct. 27. Friday : No school, parent- teacher conferences. 1/2 pt. of milk is served with every breakfast. A choice of cold cereal is available every day. West Ridge ' New Park Schools Monday - tuna and noodles, peas, warm muffin with butter, fresh apple or orange wedges. Tuesday - hamburger with pickles and catsup, french fries, baked beans, applesauce. Wednesday- pepperoni pizza, corn, peaches, rice with cinnamon and sugar. Thursday- sausage patty, tri- tators, french toast with syrup, pineapple. Friday- No school, parent- teacher conferences. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. EVERY ITEM IN THE HARLAN Newspapers gets read - including this little filler. Anniversanj Gift Portrait a gift to every couple who Is celebrating a wedding anniversary of 25 years or more. The natural color photograph and a black and white glossy for newspaper publication are BOTH complimentary. For your appointment phone 755-2376. Your certified professionals... I , Births I II GIRL. Larry and Kim Tieman of Fairfax, VA., are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 21, 1989. She weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces, and has been named Heather Kristine. Heather has two sisters, Ash- ley, 5 1/2, and Lynsey, 3 1/2. Her grandparents are Lavem and BiUie Petsche, Harlan; and Larry and Ann Tieman, Venice, FL. Her great grandmothers are Susan Petsche, Harlan, and Hettie Ross, Paradise, CA. BOY- Ran and Kathy Christensen of Irwin announce the birth of their son on Oct. 27, 1989. He weighed 8 pounds, 5 1/2 ounces, and has been named Ronald Eric. Ronald has two brothers, Robert, 5, and Gregory, 2. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Robert J. Andersen, Exira, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Christensen, Irwin. His great grandparents are Mr and Mrs John C. Andersen, Brayton; Mr and Mrs Royce Malone, Audubon; Mrs Lily Martin, Exira; and Mrs Earl Chris- tensen, Harlan. GIRL- Mr and Mrs Richard Lee Hansen of Huxley are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 30, 1989. She weighed 8 pohnds, 9 ounces, and has been named April Ann. Her grandparents are Mr and Mrs Raymond Pasvogel of Davenport and Mr and Mrs Richard R. Hansen of Ames. Her great grandparents are Mr and Mrs Roy P. Hansen of Harlan. A report was given on the seventh district convention at Denis0n on Oct. 10. Attending : the convention were Wilma Havick, Muriel Lemons, Flo- rence Poynter and Elva White. Mrs Roy Baron has high score at bridge club All members were present when Mrs Leo Mores hosted bridge club last Tuesday evening at her home. At the end of play, Mrs Roy Baron had high score, Adeline Scott, second; Mrs Ed D'Arcy, low; and Mrs C.W. Richards, traveling. Mrs Richards will be the hostess when the club meets in two weeks. Barbara Morgan presented the program, "It's About Congregate Time." The next meeting will be mealsite menus on Nov. 10 with Edna Karstens as hostess. Buena Vista rep. to visit at HCHS A representative from Buena Vista College in Storm Lake will be visiting at the Harlan Community High School on Nov. 6 at 8:30 a.m. Students and their families wishing information about college admission procedures and financial aid are welcome to visit with Mark Meyer, ath- letic recruiter at Buena Vista College. For more information con- tact Russ Gallinger, 755-3101. (Nov. 6-10) Monday - sliced ham with raisin sauce, sweet potatoes, three bean salad, dinner roll, tapioca pudding, milk-coffee. Tuesday - salisbury steak in gravy, mashed potatoes, cauliflower, choice of bread, mixed fruit, milk-coffee. Wednesday - beef and noodles, buffered broccoli, fruited gelatin, salad, choice of bread, fig bar, milk-coffee. Thursday - baked chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, brussel sprouts, choice of bread, peach cobbler, milk- coffee. Friday - barbeque ribette, mixed vegetables, pears, bun, frosted angel food cake, milk- coffee. (Lucille Ruth is mealsite manager. For reservations call her at 755-2791, Monday- Friday. Reservations must be made before 9 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.) Capture a head COW PATTY'S COUNTRY STORE @ Country Crafts Antiques Primitives 2 miles north of, Council Bluffs on Hwy 191 323-7620 Monday winners Monday dl winners at the 1 .. Country Club were  South: Margie Dennis, high; nis, Feme Gibson, GINA RAU Rau named first alternate alto saxophone Gina Rau of Shelby was selected as first alternate alto sax during All-State band try- outs in Atlantic on OCt. 21. Rau is the daughter of Tom and Janiece Rau, Shelby. She is a senior at Shelby-Tennant High School. REC presents holiday cooking school, Nov. 15 Nishnabotna Valley REC is sponsoring a holiday cooking school on Nov. 15. There will be two locations for the school: 1:30 p.m. in the community room of the Shelby County State Bank, Harlan, and 7:30 p.m. at the AvoHa Jr.-Sr., High lunch- room, Avoca. Iola Frerichs of rural Akron will give the demon- stration which features holi- day cooking tips and recipes. Iola is a food stylist, home economist and consulting diefic. She will be presenting recipes from the REC's "Cooking with Power" cookbook as well as her own recipes. A free "Cooking With Power" cookbook will be given to the first I00 participants at each cooking school location. "We will also have many door prizes and gift certifi- cates from local merchants from Avoca and Harlan," said Mary Johnson, Administra- tive Assistant for the R.E.C. Reservations can be made by calling the REC office at 755-2166 or toll free 1-800- 234-5122. East-West: Hazel Beutel, hi Goodner, Mary second. Harlan grandson survives Many people the surrounding or relatives rican Hugo. Charleston, bet. Philip those survivors. andson of Carl Harlan, and the Mrs Howard Madelia, MN. 1949 School. Philip was article in the Messenger on Oct. gaard is a 1983 Madelia Higl tended College in St. listing in the Navy. is Nuclear year plan. He is mechanical nuclear Machinist Mate He has been Charleston since waiting for his Woodrow Wilson, eled before Refueling a is a long process every 15 years. When it Hugo was Charleston many t ships were where they w( danger. But, Wilson the crew had "weather" According ]eerSon could ye" of the over because came very st about half an winds and rain have steel cables had all been storm and securing the Ion ropes. - ...MYRTU Memorial Hospital Hearing loss, infections & ear by Vickte Gillespie, R.N., Assistant Director d Outpatient Services, and R. Duane Hearing.loss may develop at any age as the result of fluid in the middle ear. This condition is called otitis media and can be ;lassified as either serous (secretory) or infectious. Infections in the middle ear are caused by bacteria that enter the ear through the Eustachian tube, which connects the middle ear to the throat.  vickit This often occurs duringan upper respiratory infection. Pain in the ear and a red, bulging eardrum that can be seen by a physician upon examination are infected middle ear. In some cases, the eardrum rate and drainage can be seen in the ear. ear infection is treated with antibiotics. Serous or secretory otitis media results fluid in the middle ear which is not when the Eustachian tube, does not allow air to enter the middle ear. When this happens, a vacuum or negative pressure exists in the middle ear which causes fluid from the middle ear lining to be excreted. This fluid is painless and prevents the ear- drum and small bones in the middle ear from vibrating properly. It creates a mild hearing loss. Treatment for this type of middle ear fluid is a decongestant and, some- times, insertion of a tube into the eardrum. This a ventilation tube, allows air into fluid to evaporate and allowing no The tube is placed by an ear specialist anesthetic and a microscope. For very general anesthetic is required. Ventilation rary and most often come out by Middle ear fluid can be detected by a simple screening test called a offered routinely as part of hearing e screening programs, as well as in the each student, yearly. It has also been a at the local Shelby County Health Fair. Hearing loss caused by middle ear Ventilation tubes are a treatment for m . more information, contact your local physiO= plid fel t