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ub Events byKimWegener Duck makes appearance at Green (Donald Duck) speaks to the during the Halloween party at St. School on Tuesday. The students as their favorite storybook characters. were from left: Mildred Vandenberg, ngert and Margaret Semrad. Meghan place in the third grade costume KIM WEGENER/Harlnn Newspapers Halloween party contest. She is the daughter of Leo and Sandy Green, Harlan. Additional first place winners were Katie Fahn, first grade; Sarah Stracke, second grade; Jesse Jans, fourth grade; Tony Kruse, fifth grade; and Jared Blum, sixth grade. Two bridal showers honor Kathy Martin Kathy Martin was recently honored at two bridal showers. A patio shower was hosted by Patricia Wolfe on Sept. 6 at the Martin home in Walnut. The bride's chosen colors of coral and black were used in the decorationk Guests were Melissa, Lind- say, Deb, Monica, Chelsy and Keanan Martin, Kathryn Siev- ers, Phyllis Sievers, Esther Lowenstein, Eunice Smith, Betty Rieck, Theresa Blum, LaVonne Glissmann, Dixie Schirm, Marie Mertz, Serena Riesgaard, Rose Jensen, Alli- son Brotherson and Teresa Martin. A bridal shower was held in Kathy's honor on Sept. 7 at a Walnut restaurant. Hostesses were Theresa Blum, Darlene Stuart, LeEtta Sievers, Phyllis Sievers, Kathryn Sievers, Betty Rieck, Eunice Smith, Mary Beth Kock, Marie Mertz, LaVonne Glissmann and Gladys Robin- son. The hostesses presented Kathy with a black teapot filled with a floral bouquet. Approx- imately 80 guests attended. KIH WEGENER/Irlan Newspapers parade at St. Michael's School .klartha Burchett, first grade teacher at St. Michael's School, helps (center) and Renee Schechinger parade in front of the the Halloween party at St. Michael's School in Harlan on is the daughter of Ran Newcomb and Kathy Newcomb of Har- is the daughter of Jim and Mary Schechinger of Harlan. A Helping Hand... And More! "Cross-Lttes says: -4 The Lord has put a new song In my mouth, even praise to our God, many shall see it and fear and trust In the Lord. WATER AWARENESS salary of $4.15/hr. and we will train you. IRIAL HOME PROVIDES THEIR STAFF WITH: " :Flexible hours Uniform allowance Scheduled casual dress days 6 Holidays .... Smoking & non-smoking lounge ;y for 26 hr. week ' Payroll deduction for savings Recognition of longevity Scholarships for RN & LPN programs available for qualified employees J Annuities available for birthdays by & fill out an application if these benefits interest you. Baptist Memonal Home f& 21 C;t Ih n tslh.?HClri:nfi,(, Per;pF;ilVT | Did you know the chemi- cal impact is worsening? We live in a nation where more than 66,000 chemi- cals are in use & only 2% of them are completely tested for toxicity. Call to insure your tam- ily's drinking water quality with the BESTwATER PURIFICATION alterna- tive. We get the lead out - Nitrates too! Sales of Harlan Dwam & Freda Boeck 755:- 5034 Martin-JE;00zsen marry in 5;eptember Kathy Martin and Byron Jensen were married on Sept. 9, 1989 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Walnut. Father James Polich performed the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Carl and Teresa Martin, Wal- nut, and Merlin and Jackie Jensen, Avoca. The bride designed and sewed her dress and her atten- dants' dresses. The flowergirl carried the basket used by the bride's mother in her wedding. Witnesses for the couple were Patricia Wolfe, New York; Patty Becker, Des Moines; Dennis Martin, Las Vegas; and Mark Paulsen, Av- oca. Flowergirl was Chelsy Martin, daughter of Pat and Monica Martin of Avoca. Ringbearer was Chris Martin, son of Mike and Deb Martin of Walnut. Ushers were Mike Martin, Walnut, and Monte Reisgaard, Colorado. Guest book attendant was Jason Martin, son of Mike and Deb Martin. Readings were given by Pat Martin and Serena Reisgaard. Music was coordinated and performed by Jay and Darcy Doeden, Des Moines. Communion ministers were Mary Hansen and Bob Stuart. Altar boys were Justin Gross, son of Mr and Mrs Bob Gross and Walt Aeckerle, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Aeckerle all of Walnut. Pinning corsages were Deb, Monica, and Melissa Martin. The altar was decorated with a coral and black arrangement designed and constructed by the bride's parents with an auger provided by Leo Stuarts. A reception was held in the bride's parents front yard. Host and hostess were Herb and Marie Mertz. The bride's mother made the wedding cake. The cake and groom's cake were served by aunts of bride, Geri McGinn, Lois Matthiessen and Dorothy Schechinger. Rosemary Jacob- sen served the punch. Clifford and Eunice Smith served the champagne. Assisting at the reception were Leita Akers, Theresa Percifield-Linden - Guests ride chair lift to mountain wedding Anita Faye Percifield and Dean Arthur Linden were mar- ried on August, 26, 1989 at Spruce Saddle Beaver Creek in Colorado. Rev. Don Symiuton performed the 11:30 a.m. double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Owen and Lola Mae Percifield of Elizabethtown, IN., and Duane and Bernice Linden of Harlan. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an heirloom ivory neck- lace and her mother's earrings. The bride rode side saddle to the ceremony on her favorite horse, "Rubin," while the groom rode his favorite horse, "Boo." Matron of honor was Julie Hamshire, Edwards, CO. Bridesmaids were Andy Ostrander, Indianapolis, IN., and Rebecca Mathiasen, daughter of Darrel and Sharon Mathiasen, Harlan. Best man was Calvin Bates, Edwards, CO. Groomsmen were Fred Nelson, brother-in- law of groom, Audubon and Steve Hodne, Manilla. Steve was unable to attend due to a serious accident. Music was provided by Debbie and Alan Eckler. Tricia Mathiasen of Harlan distributed bird seed to the guests. Following the ceremony, Dean and Anita rode down the mountains in a carriage with their parents. The wedding guests had to ride a chairlift to reach the wedding site (elevation 10, 200 ft.) and some guests rode up on horse- back. Local people attending the wedding were Sharon and Dar- rel Mathiasen and family, Shirley and Ed Troll and fam- ily, Susan and Fred Nelson and sons, Sarah and Jack Chris- tensen and daughter, Sally and Jim Kolling, Sena Linden, Shawn Linden, Scott McLaughlin, Larry Madsen, Terry Homdorf, Brett Reid, Kim Christensen, Dean and Arleatta Bartelson and family, and many relatives, friends and co-workers of the bridal couple. A reception was held at the Brett Ranch with a barbeque given by Shirky Evans. A shower was given in Anita's honor by her future sisters-in- law in Avon, CO., on Aug. 25. The bride is a graduate of Cullison. $himada exchange vows St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Riverside, CT., was the set- ting for the wedding of Katharine Gates Cullison and Yoshiki Shimada on August 19, 1989. The bride is the daughter of Benneu Cullison Jr., Haflan, and the granddaughter of Mrs Bennett Cullison Sr., Harlan. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Naoki Shimado, New York City. The bride will keep her maiden name professionally. She is a graduate of Grinnell College and studied at the Arts Theater in London. She is an acllvess. The groom is a graduate of Cornell University and the Harvard University Law School. He is an associate in the New York law firm of Brown and Wood. His father directs the New York office of I and S Corporation, a Tokyo advertis- ing agency. His mother, Eiko Shimada, is the administrative coordinator of the International Preschool in New York. The couple will reside in New York City. 'About your bridal news...." 1 II Have you just become engaged ? Or are you planning a | wedding? II Forms ouflinining the information needed to publish news of I your engagement or wedding are available at tic Harlan | Newspapers. l Pictures...your photos should be head-and-shoulders pose I and billfold size. The engagement photo may be of the bride 1 or of the couple. The wedding photos must include both the I bride and groom. There is a $2 charge for publishing the I engagement photo, but no charge for the wedding photo. I Look Who's a Teenager! H.l.llfllS SIAVHZ Happy Anniversary to you both & Happy Birthday, Lyla! i k MR AND MRS BYRON JENSEN Blum, Kathryn Sievers, LaVonne and LeRoy Gliss- mann, Barb Schueman, Car- olyn Piittmann, Mrs LaVern Hansen and Mrs Dan Loveland. Flowers for the reception were furnished by Mick and Howard Goettsch. Following a wedding trip to Freport in the Bahamas, the couple is at home in Las Ve- gas. __F Sec A-Pg. 5A arian IA News Advertiser ] ri. morn., Nov. 3, 1989 I Phone 755-3111 ,, I i November 6 - American Association of University Women will meet at 5:20 p.m. in the CDS parking lot. The group will tour CDS followed by a 6:30 p.m. dessert luncheon at Myrtue Memorial Hospital. Reservations must be made by Nov. 3 by calling Kay Koos, 755-2774 or Marcia Walker, 755-2858. November 7 - Western Iowa Stroke Club will meet for a social time at 6:30 p.m. in the Auble Conference Center at Myrtue Memorial Hospital. Dave Pedersen will present the program, "Know Your Medications," at 7 p.m. For more information contact the MMH education department, 755-5161. Toastmasters plan meeting for Nov. 10 Harlan Toastmasters will have a special meeting on Fri., Nov. 10 at 7 a.m. at Mickel's Restaurant. The meeting will be held to explain Toastmasters, an inter- national group devoted to im- proving communication skills. Discussion will also be held on the possibility of changing the meeting time from Saturday mornings to Friday mornings. The meeting will be held from 7-7:45 a.m. A guest at the meeting will be Pat Sim- mons of Atlantic. She is dis- trict governor of Toastmasters. Individuals who are inter- ested in Toastmasters can con- tact Fred Maharry, 755-2978. TAKE PRIDE IN SHELBY COUNTY MR" AND MRS DEAN LINDEN Columbus Senior High School, Columbus, IN. She is a bus driver for B.T.C. and a horse trainer. The groom is a graduate of Harlan High School. He is a Redi-mix driver for B and B Excavating in Vail, CO. Dean is an Elks Lodge member. Following a five day trip to Crested Butte by horse and back across the mountains, the couple is at home at Paw's Up Ranch in Edwards, CO. " " BUSINESS CARDS $16 95 in raised printing HARLAN TRIBUNE Happy 50th, Dad! Z5 FREE d//#/SThCAg C,4R00g WITII SHTING AT REGULAR PRICE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY 1989 Choose From Many Different Styles! Here's a holiday gift that's sure to bring joy to relatives and friends this Christmas season. 25 FREE professional photographic Christmas cards. Not available with any other offer. Offer expires November 24. 1989. mlllllMIlllmlll LSE PRESE IS AD AT TIME OF SN Logeland Studio Photography by Michael J. 1084 6th Str.. Harlan 755-873 I Ill I