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Pg. 9A I Harlan IA News Advertiser I t Fri. morn., Nov. 3, t98g J .__P.hone 755-3111 __ Santa Invites You To His Sun., Nov. 5 00([ost Stores Will Be Open Noon-4 p.m. Animated "" ' LIGHT UP j % m .," \\; nRIS '" \\;' In 3 Styles Light up your holidays with our whimsical sweatshirts. Each comes with a power pack that lights up and blinks. They're de-lightful. May Your Days Be s2900 Merry and Bright Harlan Holiday Dollars are Welcome Here/ i  10! 2 6!h St::: Harlan I IA ii!i i i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii!ili!iiiii 1008 6th St., Harlan; 755-5336 Sizes 14 & Up SAVE 5-20% ON HUNDREDS OF NEW FALL FASHIONS New Location Starting Nov. 24 IIjl s, :! ........... . NOW thru Nov. 18 Court St. . _ nCrlan,s Holida Dollars 5 15 r, Welcome HYere! (Presently Rainbow of Fashions) .....,.-.- i::':':!:i:i i:i:i:i:i: i:i:!:i:i: ::::::::. :::::::::: iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii IBI| ii DON'T MISS LARRY & PATTI MILLER'S Holiday Open House SUNDAY ONLY NOV. 5, NOON-4 P.M. Sale Priced Merchandise & Tux Rentals Not Included HOME OF THE BOTTOM DRAWER..."TRY US FOR ALL YOUR ALTERATION NEEDS' MANY STYLES & FABRICS Gift Items "$1 start at Only We Welcome Harlan Holiday Dollars Touch Lamps I GLIDE UL listed in styles I ROCKERS to please everyone! J WOOD OR UPHOLSTERED Find the firmness of your choice! r.Et    t t  t         I1 TT/?'FI llT7-17"17771"777"/-/'/-/-/'1717-/-t'lTll"2"17777-17777,1l/] 10-31-89 Sunday, Nov. 5, following the 9 a.m. Mass at St. Mary's Church, Fr. Mike and the parishioners will proceed to the cemetery for blessing of the graves. CHANGING MASS SCHEDULE Note: beginning Nov. 4 and 5 time of weekend Masses at St. Mary's will be Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 9 a.m. The community was sad- dened to hear of the death of Mrs Paul (Barbie) Leinen St., early Sunday morning at Bergan Mercy Hospital in Omaha. Zeno Leinens, Jim Leinens and Jerry Bruses of Denison; Diane Bruse of Vermillion, S.D.; Dave King of Lake View; Mark Daousts of Atlantic; Ralph Blums of Panama; Orville Leinens and Harvey Leinens of Harlan and Gaylen Smiths attended the wedding Mass of their grand- daughter, niece and cousin, Jackie (Mike) Bruck and Gary Schaben held Oct. 21 at St. Mary's Church and also the re- ception and dance held at the Community Hall. Thursday, Marcie Powers and her daughter, Debbie of Wall Lake; also Janie Tremel, Josephine Marshall, Boots Wageman, Lois Sonderman, Katharyn Sonderman, Pearl Schulte, Rhonda Powers and Marilyn Sonderman enjoyed noon dinner at a cafe at Breda honoring Marcie Powers's birthday. Following dinner they returned to Marcie Powerses at Defiance and were joined by Mickey Kloewer, Jean Croghan and Brittany for coffee, birthday cake and ice cream. VISITING IN PANAMA Helen Herkenrath and Bemita Powers of Harlan were guests Thursday afternoon of their sister-in-law, Agnes Herbst at Panama. Ralph Kleffmans, Lisa and Andrew of Olathe, KS., came Thursday for a visit with his mother, Helen Kleffman and other relatives. They returned to Olathe late Friday after- nooI1. THIRD GRADERS OUT AND ABOUT Friday afternoon, Sr. Mary Ann, Deb Leinen and Elaine Tremel brought 12 third grade students of St. Mary's Regional School of Panama to Kate Plambeck's. They pre- sented a short program, also brought a birthday cake and plate of cookies to honor Kate's 97th birthday, which was Oct. 28. The group also went to Msgr. Schwarte's, where he showed them inter- esting things from New Guinea, also his rock collec- tion, which they all enjoyed, before returning to school at Panama. Harry Sondermans visited Friday eve with their grand- mother, Lena Wageman at Dunlap Care Center. Helen Stein, Larry Steins, Eric and Heath were Thursday eve guests of Ken Stein fam- ily, enjoying birthday cake and ice cream honoring Lincoln (Ken) Stein's first birthday. Sr. Elaine Schoemann ac- companied Virginia Wingert of Panama Oct. 25 to Griswold, where they attended the Wakonda Prayer House workshop on "Dreams and Dreaming" held from 9 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. PLACE YOUR VOTE Note: Please don't forget to vote Nov. 7 for the city elec- tion at the present time, Rich Leinen is the mayor, council- men are Paul Leinen Jr., Neil Petsche, Jeff Monahan, Dan Lefeber and Paul Kleffman. The city clerk is Karen Oloff. Also a reminder if you need a wheel chair or walker or set of crutches, the town of Portsmouth has some. Denms (Mary) Pauley st (So. Bluffs, who have moved into the residence of Colleen Kloewer. Saturday supper guests of Sophia Schoemann and Sr. Elaine were Gone Schoemanns, Bill Schoemann of Cedar Falls; Andy Pauleys of Panama and Sr. Josephine Schoemann of Carroll. Additional eve guests were Guy (Julie) Sondermans, Ann Mellinger, Josh, Amy and Angie and Rim Schoemann. Gary Kohleses and Marvin were Sunday eve dinner guests of their daughter and sister, John (Mary Jo) Schabens at Defiance. Paul Waltzes, Ryan and Kiley of Co. Bluffs were Saturday afternoon guests of Paul's parents, Jerry Waltzes. A JOB WELL DONE Bob Grote, Rich Belier, Rich (Alma) Leinens and John (Rita) Ohlingers attended the Iowa Community Betterment Recognition Days at the Des Moines Convention Center held Oct. 28. The Ball Park and also South Park projects received Honorable Mention and $50. Also Rich and Alma Leinen received the Governor's Leadership Award. Thursday afternoon guests of Nick Schechingers were his brother, Willie Schechingers of Co. Bluffs. Saturday, their sister-in-law, Marcella Schechinger of Co. Bluffs vis- ited at Nick Schechingers. Friday late afternoon, Verlee Leinen, who came by plane to Omaha from Valdez, AK., came for a surprise visit at her parents, Zeno Leinens, she joined them for supper at their daughter and sister, Gaylen (Zita) Smith family. Eunice Blum of Panama also joined the group at Smiths for a visit. Cindy Chamberlain of Omaha was a dinner guest Sunday at J.P. Steins. She also visited with J.P. Stein at Little Flower Haven. SUNDAY GUESTS Jack (Theresa) Wilwerdings of Omaha; Ray and Ed Pitsch were guests Sunday of their mother, Mary Pitsch. They enjoyed eve dinner at a cafe in Harlan. Pearl Plambeck of Persia was a guest Saturday of her sister-in-law, Alma Patten. Bill Schoemann, a student at U.N.I., at Cedar Falls. spent the weekend at his par- ents, Gone Schoemanns. Sr. Josephine Schoemann returned to Carroll Sunday afternoon, after being a week- end guest of her mother, Sophia Schoemann and Sr. Elaine. Cecelia Kloewer of Harlan was a guest Thursday eve of her cousin, Emma Lefeber. VISITING HIS PARENTS Joan Marten was a guest Thursday of her parents, Ed Stamps at Persia. Gaylene Peterson, Genna, Garret and Gavin of Harlan were guests Sunday afternoon of Gaylenes father, Harry Sondermans. Emma Lefeber was among members of the family, who were guests for supper Sunday eve at her son, Russ Lefebers at Harlan. Jason, Amber and Holly (Kent) Morgans of Harlan were guests Sunday afternoon of their grandparents, Stanley Martenses. Harry Sondermans were guests Sunday eve of his mother, Katharyn Sonderman at Defiance, they also got to ; visit with Jerry Tremels of Dunlap and Earl Powerses of' Defiance, who were guests of Katharyns. Cattlemen's Assoc. provides Cheri Waltz and Derek of scholarship Omaha were dinner guests The Shelby County Cat- Friday of her parents, Jerry tlemen Association will pro- Waltzes. vide its first-ever scholarship Phil Herkenraths Sr. were offer this year, available to any guests Sunday of her sister, student of a member of the Gone Powers of Harlan. association. Powers, who were residents of Due to the support of the Co. Bluffs, recently moved to members and local industry, a Harlan. $400 scholarship will be VISITING RELATIVES Gone Lefeber, who was a patient at Clarkson Hospital in Omaha for a week returned home Thursday. Visitors at Harold Huebners since his return home Friday from Mercy Hospital in Co. Bluffs, where he had neck surgery have been his daugh- awarded. Applications should be returned to the Shelby County Extension Office by Dec. 1. Students must be studying in the field of agriculture at a two or four year school, and the $400 must go toward tuition and room and board for second semester freshmen in good ter, Julie Sacco and Hannah of tandimz. Omaha; also Jerry Waltz on  "= =" "-- "- -" " "- For your auto door % , Saturday. Sunday, his son, Pat Huebners and Alisson of I PLASTIC SIGNS LeMars visited. I 6 l,2x,S - pir $40 I : WELCOME TO THE I p,u, S2.SO UPS I NEIGHBORHOOD A nice gifll The community welcomes | llarlan Tribune I i % 1114mmTlhmm,. 75S-3111