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{111211l//l[.[1,]]_//1////////I////I///I///11/111/JJJ1111 10-31-89 MET Golden Age Club Citizens) enjoyed a in St. Mary's ay eve with Bianchi and the of Defiance as ht attended. was beautifully m the harvest theme. Hess meeting was Wing the supper, prizes efty Loehr and g. A corn contest was, won by A bolts and ng contest was Another contest given was won by a and Marge Klein. onahan of Omaha with her sister, TO Schafer entered )ital Friday. Her , members of her fam- ily, relatives and friends visit her there. Hollis Bledsoes of Omaha visited Friday with her mother, Mrs Hilda Fahn, who went back to Omaha with them for a few days visit. Ken Wingerts of Hastings, NE., were dinner guests of his mother, Antilia Wingert Thursday. Eve visitors were Alfred Wingerts Jr. After stay- ing overnight with his mother, Ken Wingerts went to Ames Friday morning to visit their son, Curt, a student at I.S.U. Scott Kwapiszeski, student at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, came Friday and spent the weekend with his parents, Neil Kwapiszeskies. Mrs Cornelia Reinig visits daily with her mother, Mrs Josephine Schomer at Little Flower Haven. Mrs Franklin Oppold came home Friday from Mo. Valley, where she spent sev- eral days at her brother's, Lee Stessman and visiting her husband, Franklin at the hos- pital. Deacon John Stessman oI Harlan spoke about the Deacons at the Saturday eve Mass and the Sunday morning Mass at St. Mary's Church. WEEKEND GUESTS Weekend guests of Melvin Schwerys were Jolene Gross of Eagle Grove; Michelle Ferguson, Lowell, John, Mark and Alan of Omaha and Myron Schwery of Overland Park, KS. Millie Monahan of Omaha visited Sunday with her sister, Hilda Fahn. Pat Ratigans and Patty were guests of their daughter and sister, Janet Block at Bellevue, NE., Sunday. Mrs Hilda Fahn returned home Sunday with her daugh- ter, Judy Renolds of Omaha. Another daughter, Donna Escher of Harlan also joined them for a visit. Larry Finkens and Earl Waddells of Harlan were guests of Dean Finkens, Kristie, Phil and Chad at Atlantic Sunday, celebrating Phil's birthday. Judy Reynolds and Millie Monahan of Omaha; Mrs Hilda Fahn, Donna Escher of Harlan and Miss Hilda Fahn attended the annual craft fair and oaKe sale at me st. r'eters Parish Community Hall in Defiance Sunday. Monied Kenkel of Woodbine spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs Agnes Schwery. WEEKEND VISITORS Mrs Beth Muenchrath of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental, Franklin Oppolds. Beth, with her mother, Mrs Franklin Oppold went to Mo. Valley Saturday afternoon and brought their fa- ther and husband, Franklin Oppold home from the Community Memorial Hospital. Dean Haweses of Persia vis- ited Cornelia Reinig and also Mrs Josephine Schomer at the Little Flower Haven. Miss Shirley Freund of Earling and Mrs Jo Nichols of Harlan spent Friday afternoon visiting with Mary Lou Dewhurst and children of Grand Island, NE., guests of her parents, Clem Arkfelds. Mrs Agnes Herbst, Mrs Franklin Oppold and Janice Theulen went to Des Moines Sunday morning to celebrate the golden wedding of their brother and uncle, Bob Stessmans. All were dinner ,0 o00 00o HARLAN'S HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE o00 0oo MOSt S00ORES OP'=. Noon-4 p.m. guests ceteoratmg me golden wedding. Bill Schwanzes of Omaha; Ron Wingerts and Ralph Wingerts were Saturday eve guests of their parents, Ray Wingerts and enjoyed dinner at a local restaurant. Mrs Mary Lou Dewhurst, Bob, Anne and Tom of Grand Island, NE., arrived Thursday to spend the weekend with her parents and their grandparents Clem Arkfelds. Saturday visitors at Clem Arkfelds were AI Vandenbergs of Co. Bluffs; Mary Lou Dewhurst and children of Grand Island, NE.; Mike Arkfelds of Panama and Jennifer Arkfeld of Westphalia. Sunday guests of Ray Wingerts were Tom Higbies and Mrs Viola Chancy of Sioux City. Richard Crouch and Robert of Woodbridge, Va., visited Saturday with Mrs Cornelia Reinig. Sunday they visited their grandmother, Josephine Schomer at Little Flower Haven. .F Sec A - Pg.7A arian IA News Advertiser I ri. morn., Nov. 3, 1989 ) Phone 755-3111 ' Sunday eve., Tony Wingerts of Shelby visited with Ray Wingerts. Friday eve., Clem Arkfelds, along with their guests, Mary Lou Dewhurst family of Grand Island, NE., visited at A1 Vandenbergs in Co. Bluffs. Diane accompanied them to the Haunted House there. Later they went to Omaha to visit the Dewhurst's grandmother, Mary Kay Dewhurst and un- cle, Don Moran. Mrs Cornelia Reinig ac- companied her daughter, Mrs Peggy Swenson and husband of Harlan to Omaha Sunday eve., where they visited Lloyd Donn at the Lutheran Medical Center. NOTICE 11-89 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your sub- scription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 11-89 that means SUNDAY VISIT your paper expires this month Jerry Bissens of Earling and and will be stopped on Nov. Sally Kohles of Panama vis- 1, 1989. ited Sunday at Clem Arkfelds. Jackson Tw . I 11-1-89 Warren Ladds were among coffee guests at Richard Klitgaards Sunday afternoon to celebrate Mrs Klitgaard's birthday. Lisa Hansen and Mette Hansen, both of Blair, NE., were guests at LaVerne Hansens, Sunday. Mrs Ed Andersen, Megan and Tessa were guests at Paul Petersens Tuesday night in honor of Jennie's 9th birthday. Helen Bissen will have Avon open house Nov. 13 and 14 from 1-5 p.m., each day at her home. Door prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served. SPENT WEEKEND IN MISSOURI Richard Johnsons spent last weekend at their daughters and family, Kevin Whitsitts at Columbia, MO. Buster Andersen visited Gilbert Hoogensens Sunday night. LaVeme Hansens and Buster Andersens names were omitted from the list of those who at- tended Connie Feddersen-John Andersen wedding at Bethlehem Lutheran Church at Dow City Saturday. Don Christoffersens and Paul Petersens and their fami- lies were among guests at Charles Boldts Sunday after- noon in honor of Jason's con- firmation at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Kimballton. Nishnabotna Genealogical Society will meet at Harlan Community Library Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 13. Mae Petersen is in charge of the program. 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