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Area school news Shelb.y presents play T-C PLAY on hippies' Nov. 12 Nov. 13, 14, 15 by PATTI BERTELSEN by BECKY BUCK SHELBY -- The senior class will present the senior class play, "Hip Hippie Hooray" or "They Lived Hippily Ever After," by David Rogers, Nov. 12, 8 p.m. in the school gym. The cast: Suzy Stevenson - Sylvia Ploen; Will Hansen Roger Burmeister; Alex-Irene Cogdill; hippie musicians are Linger Bell - Becky Buck; Guitar - Phyllis Barrett; Tomtom - Bill Luxford; and Tambourine- Joan Dittmer; regular hippies are The Guru-Carl Vollbaum; Brendan - Kerry Kiesel; Guinevere - Peg Ehlers; and Launcelot - Rich :rammann. The police force is Captain Ramsay- Ran Young; Patrolman Kelly - Tim Sanders; a wealthy o)uple is Romol Winters - Dabble Buck; and Roy Winters - Stan Kern; a "plastic" is Mitzi played by Cindy Anderson; delivery boy is Dave Jensen; hairy hippie- Mary Jo Muller; and old witch is Mrs Stanky - Marlene Young; Suzy's parents are Mrs Stevenson - Cynthia Best and Mr Stevenson - David Den; tourists include Gazelle - Carol Hockett; Harry.- Kerry Kiesel; Conrad- Bob Nihsen; Marguerite Carol Peters; Lottie- Pat Messerschmidt; and Millicent - Pat Dea; students are played by Norman - Craig Davis and Trude - Mary Jo Muller; little old ladies are Lavinia - Virginia Chipman and Cecily - Becky Buck; other squares are Clyde - Jim Kroll ann Lenore - Ronda Manz; Com- mander Brotherhood is por- trayed by Merv Cofhnan. The play is being directed by Mrs Janie McBride. FUTURE NURSES DRIVE The Future Nurses' Club has been asked to conduct the drive for Retarded Children in the town of Shelby• The suggested date for the drive is Saturday afternoon, Nov. 15. Plans for the drive will be discussed at the FNC meeting Nov. 13. CONFERENCES HELD Parent-Teacher Conferences were held all day Friday of last week. There was no school for students. BAND AND VOCAL PARENTS The Band and Vocal Parents will meet Wednesday, Nov. 12. Entertainment will be provided by the second grade whose teacher is Mrs Flemming. COMING EVENTS Nov. 12- Band and vocal parents, 2 p.m. Nov. 12 - Senior class play, 8 p.m. in gym. Nov. 13 - Future Nurses' club meeting. Nov. 17 - Home Ec. style show. TRI-CENTER - The Tri- Center drama department will present the melodrama "Deadwood Dick." A presen- tation will be given Nov. 13, 14, 15, at 8 p.m. each night in the Tri- Center gym. The production is under the direction of Robert Hilligas. PARENT-TEACHER CON- FERENCE Parent-Teacher Conferences were held Monday, Nov. 3. At- tendance was good, with well over one hundred parents registering at the high school building. Parents were equally represented at the Neola, Beebeetown, Persia, and Minden oenters. Although the time available was short, the meetings provided opportunity for discussion of each student's strengths and weaknesses in the different subjects and possible solutions to any problems that might exist. Another conference day in the spring aside on the school calendar. Date will be announced later. Earling News List Persia Soldier Addresses Play, music, FFA, and bake sale at Walnut by FRED GOETTSCH WALNUT -- Dawn Mutumn, a sophomore and daughter of Mr and Mrs David Mutumn, auditioned for All-State Band Festival Saturday Oct. 25at Red Oak. Dawn plays the clarinet. The All-State Band Festival will be in Des Moines Nov. 28 - 29. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The Junior Class has begun rehearsing for their production, "Onions in the Stew." It consists of a three act play by Betty MacDonald• The cast is as follows: Betty MacDonald: Sheryl Anderson,, Don MacDonald: Wayne Johnk; Anne: Connie Keller; Joan: Patty Petersen; Howard: Rich Bees; Roger: Jim McDermott: Claud: Bob Gross; Claire Fessensen, ari WalterT Leslie Arnold: Mary Lou Blum; Margo: Rosemary Hansen; Miss Garvey: Ann Langer Bee Gee: Mary Hicks, and Salsie: Ann Rossmann. Also: Kitsie: Kathy Bielfelt, Mrs Watson's Harry: Lea Abel, New-Motor Marvin: Garry Byram, Mr Curtis: Paul lVOJeller, Mrs Curtis: Barbara Howe, Lydia: Debbie Tooley, Jim: Steve Hansen, Dotty: Seryl Martens, Joe: Mark Harmsen, Phil: JaC Ploen: Delia: Martha Sampson. The play is to be presented Nov. 14, 7:30 p.m: Much credit is due Edwin Lippincott who is directing the play. Purpose of the play is to raise money to help pay for the Junior Senior Prom ex- penses. FFA MEETING The Walnut FFA Chapter held their monthly meeting Tuesday, Oct. 28. Purpose was to initiate incoming Freshmen. New members included Wayne Rush, Daryl Hansen, Terry Bielfelt, Dean Ausdemore, and Tom Glissmann, The members also voted to hold a hayride for the members and their friends and other guests. END OF 1st PERIOD The end of the first nine weeks , or 46-days grading period, came Friday, Oct. 21. Nine- Wbeks tests were given in some classes. Monday, Nov. 10, Parent Teachers Conferences will be held. YEARBOOKS Members of the Senior Class have been collected money for orders 1969-70 yearbooks. BAND DAY The Walnut High School Marching Band attended the University of Nebraska Band Day in Omaha Saturday Nov. 1. The hand had been practicing the numbers to be played for the past few weeks. The band iS trader the direction of Dennis Boyce. FIELD TRIP The Business education Mrs John Weiland was a , Monday dinner guest of George Langenfelds of Westphalia. The George Kenkel family were Sunday dinner guests of the Don Staley family of Charter Oak. Birthdays were celebrated honoring Carol and Sandra Kenkel and Don Staley and son Tom. Carl Assmans of Dew City were Friday visitors of Charles Brucks. I.onard Brucks of Port- smouth visited with Charles Brucks Saturday. John Weilands received a call Wednesday morning an- nouncing the arrival of a grand- daughter born to Kenneth Weilands of Pueblo• She joins two sisters, Kami and Karl Sp4 Gall Schwarte arrived Wednesday on a 30-day leave from Vietnam. Sp4 Sehwarte, son of Henry Schwartes, went to Vietnam in July. Mmes Agnes Miller and Leonard, Alf Heese, Theresia Wilwerdin and Helen Weiland attended the wake of Mrs Mary Carstens at Manilla Monday afternoon. Mrs Carstens died at the Denison Hospital Sunday. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Manflla. Mrs Nick Leinen and Ed spent Sunday with the Lavern Leinen family of Dew City. The Joe Mahlberg family were Sunday visitors of Dick Sch- werys of Panama. Gary Schwartes and David of Council Bluffs are spending this week with Henry Schwartes. Mrs Anton Rau returned from Bergen-Mercy Hospital in accident two miles south of Kiron Saturday night. A younger brother was killed in an auto accident 18 months ago. Bill Tillmans of ShaRer, Calif. spent Sunday and Monday with the Matthew Graeve family. The Graeves took them to Denison Monday evening where they are visiting with Mr and Mrs Henry Kohles. They plan to return to Earling for another vit with Matthew and Chris Graeves before returning to California. Mr Tillman is a nephew of the Graeves. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rauterkus and Larry attended the First Communion mass Sunday of their grandson, Roger 'Goeser. After the mass, they were dinner guests of Norbert Goesers, honoring Roger." Little Flower Haven Notes - Many trick-or-treaters visited their grandparents, or other relatives, and friends at the Haven on Halloween. Fourth grade students brought their handmade halloween favors for the residents. Mrs Lenora Loehr remains in Myrtue Hospital for medical treatment. Mrs Merle Buthman returned from the Denison Hospital, where she makes periodic trips for blood tran- sfusions. Mrs Theresia Schwery spent Sunday with the Lawrence Engel family. Alfred Schwerys of Manilla were Monday visitors of Mrs Theresia Schwery. Volunteer workers aided the residents in making out their absentee ballots 1st Lt. Kenneth L. Kemmish, 478 54 5834 Co. C 3rd Bn. 21st. Inf. 196 Bale. A.P.O. San Francisco, Calif. 96256, son of Mr and Mrs Duane Kemmish, stationed in Vietnam. Spec. 4 and Mrs Garyld E. Kuster 479 580 836 H H B, 1st Bn., 68th Arty, A.P.O. New York, N.Y. 09025, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Kuster, stationed in Germany. Kenneth E. Collins, A B E-3, V 2 Div., Cat. 2 U.S.S. Saratoga (cva-60) F.P.O. New York, N.Y., 09501, son of Mr and Mrs John Collins, Jr. Sgt. Jerry L. Kuster 482 50 23 43 3rd. MMS CMR Box 6878 A.P.O. San Francisco, Calif. 96334, son of Mr and Mrs Walter E. Kuster, stationed in Guam. CECS James R. Burke 621 23 97 VA 113, F.P.O. New York, N.Y., 09501, son-in-law of  and Mrs Fred Zacharias. Sp.4 Howard C. Lett, l,h Med. Lab., A.P.O. New York, N.Y. 09180, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lett, stationed in Kaiserslautern, Germany. CPO and Mrs Douglas Lett and family, 600 Brookline St., Chicago Heights, Ill., 60411, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lett. A1-C Steven M. Cary AF 16 979762, 436 Field Maint. Sq. Box 601, Dover A.F.B. Delaware, 19901, son of Mr and Mrs Maurice Cary. YN3 and Mrs John V. Smith and Brian, 4581 Maryland St., San Deigo, Calif. 92116, son of Mr and Mrs Versa Smith: Sp4 and Mrs John Iwen, 106 N. Brookside Drive, Apt 5, Arlington, Va. 22201, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Iwen. Attached MEMO. PAD & APPOINTMENT ,A Left durable choice 6" SIze. ONLY ,'fl HARLAN TRIBUNE Published Thu'sday only in the newspaper... • . . is there such a great reliance for buying information. Only in the newspaper tising share this reliance. Dozens of independent surveys show that rely on newspapers five, ten and even 20 than on any other media, l I And in this market, more families rely on this newspaper for shop- ping information than on all other forms _t\\; o f communication combined. News from r ................... - Omaha early last week, where at the Haven Thursday. to Ft. Myer, working at the Elk Horn ii ._L. ,, 'O'' II she underwent therapy and atThursdaYtheFuneralHarlanf°rservieesj°sePh Erlbacher,Were held Pentagon. Tal Iv m i Chris Graeves and resident at the Haven, who died Koll and family, 1438 D. i medical treatment. Tech Sgt. and Mrs Ramon L. Community houseguests, Bill TiUmans of Hospital. Gaudalcanal Place, Cannon ELECTRIC .... 1>, California, were Saturday h .................... evening dinner guests of the Mr and Mrs John Koll. by MRS LEONE DANT The Carl E. Spotts family of Huxley were-weekend guests at the Charles E. Spotts home. The Delbert Elmquist family of Audubon were Sunday dinner guests of Carl Bylunds. Mrs Otto Huss and daughter, Barbara of New Virginia, Ia. and granddaughter, Margaret Ann Huss of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests of the Charles E. Spotts family. Frank Andersons helped students went on a field trip to their daughter, Mr and Mrs Omaha Oct. 20. Thirty-three Milford Christensen, observe students lefr, iat 8:30 with Mr their 10th wedding annivsary Lynch, business and typing teacher, ahd Miss Siegling, shorthand teacher. Eppley Airfield was the first stop. Students studied time tables and inspected a jet airliner. Next the students went to IBM Students saw the branch sales office for basic business machines. Demonstrations were also given. This was followed by dinner and a visit to the Omaha National Bank. They saw the vault of both the old and new bank. At 2:30 the students stopped at Omaha University. There they visited a business class. The conclusion of the day was a complete guided tour of the Omaha U. Campus. The group then returned home. BAKE SALE The Walnut High School sponsored a hake sale in the city- clerk's office Nov.1. It got un- derway at 9:30 a.m. with the baked items from students and various donors. The proceeds are to go towards the establishment of a Teen Center in Walnut. UPCOMING EVENTS Sunday. Kenneth Tetors and daughter of Coon Rapids were Monday night visitors of Carl Bylunds. Pvt 1st Class Mick Sell is spending a 30-day furlough with Arnold Soils. He will report at Fort Rhodes, Wash. Jan. 1, for overseas duty to Viet Nam. Larry Jorgensons of Ida Grove spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs Stella Jorgenson. Mrs Chester Derrick of Davenport arrived at the Rosie Anderson home Saturday evening to spend a few days and visit her mother, Laura Gude, who is a resident of the Salem Retirement Home. Johnny Marsh of Salem Invalid Home entertained many guests for bis birthday Sunday afternoon. CELEBRATES 90TH B I RTHDAY Mrs Geri Hanson helped her father-in-law, Herman Hanson, celebrate his 90th birthday Sunday. Other guests were Neis Boelths and Nels Bensons. Mrs Clara Larsen of Cherokee moved Thursday to the home on Main Street, which she recently purchased. She is for- merly from Elk Horn and is the daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Peter A. Petersen. A pre-nuptial shower honoring Nancy Wolken was held Sundayafternoon, Nov. 2, al the Harvey Grof home. Miss Wolken will marry Larry Schmitz of Harlan Nov. 29. Arthur Stoffersons and Ar- nold Westphalens visited Clara Larsen Friday evening. Rev and Mrs Herbert K. Johnson drove to Concordla, Nebr. Saturday to see their son, Jim, play football with the North- western College team at Le Mars. Kenneth Rowlands from Washington state were weekend guests of Chester Krogstads. Mr Rowland is a WWH buddy of Mr Krogstads. LaVerne Petersens of Kimhallton, Ed Krogstads and Norman Leistads'were Saturday evening guests of Chester Krogstads. Kenneth Christensens of Parnell spent the weekend with her parents, Chester Krogstads. Mrs Ed Krogstad attended the Southwest Federaion of the Adventist Church meeting in Atlantic Tuesday. Lester Esbecks visited their' daughter, Mr and Mrs Jack Retz of Anita, Sunday. CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS FOR DAD -- We have selection of executive swivel office chairs from $49.95 up. Also a full line of adding machines from $fd.95. Nov. 10 - Parent-Teacher Conferences, No School; Nov. 11 - Explorer Scouts 8 p.m.; Nov. 12 - Music Parents 7:30; Nov. 13 - School Board convention; and Nov. 14- Junior Class Play, "Onions in the Stew." AREA COLLEGE- ELECTED TREAS. GREENVILLE, S.C. -- Alf Moody Eastergard, son of Mr and Mrs Anker C. Eastergard of 902 Baldwin, Harlan, has been elected treasurer of the Debate Association at Bob Jones University, Greenville, S.C. A 1967 graduate of Harlan Central" High School, he is a junior at BJU majoring in accounting in the School of Business Ad- ministration. Eastergard is a member of the debate team representing Chi Delta Liteary Society. CHRISTIANSEN CITED DES MOINES - The Iowa Association of{Assessors, at their annual conference here recognized their members of long standing recently. Awards were gfven representing 1580 years of n&Sessment experience in the state. Receiving a 20-year cer- tificate was Hans C. Christian- son, Shelby county assessor. SCALE BOOKS -- We have them at Harlan Tribune. Matthew Graeve family. The Joseph Ray Kenkel family were Monday evening dinner guests of George Kenkels in honor of Carol Kenkel's seventh birthday. Leo Altmans and Mrs Vern Gaul visited with Gerald Bissen at Bergan-Mercy Hospital in Omaha Monday. Don Thompsons of Wilcox, Ariz. visited with Charles Brucks Monday. John Weilands spent the weekend in Omaha with the Ronald Blum family. Mrs Vern Gaul, District Deputy, attended a reception for' new members at Court St. An- thony 30 Cath0tic Daughters of America, in Council Bluffs  Sunday afternoon, Gerald Bissen returned from Bergen-Mercy Hospital in Omaha Tuesday afternoon. Mrs John Weiland visited with residents of the Earling area at Myrtue Hospital Monday af- ternoon and also with her nephew, Jim Ebert, who had been home, but is back in the hospital at present. She also visited with Jack Eberts. Saturday dinner guests of Joe Kenkels were the families of Marvin Staley, Don Staley of Charter Oak, Joseph Ray Kenkel, and George Kenkel. Ernest Frankand son Dale of Cedar Rapids came Saturday and were overnight guests of Anton Franks. They came for the 50th wedding anniversary of his parents. Darlene, Steven and Robin French of Council Bluffs spent last week here with their grand- parents, Henry Schwartes. April Steel of Council Bluffs is spending two weeks here with her grand- parents while her parentsj Bruce Steels, are on a trip' through southern states. FIRST COMMUNION Mrs Magdalen Langenfeld and Joan, the Mark Langenfeld family and the Owen Langenfeld family were Sunday dinner guests of Jim Coenens of Omaha honoring Shawn Coenen on his First Communion. Mrs August Reinig of Port- nouth was a houseguest of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rauterkus from Wednesday to Friday evening, when she returned home• Mrs Cecelia Kramer ac- companied Tom Grates of Port- smouth to Omaha Thursday, then spent Thursday night with the Grates, returning home Friday. Mel Books of Portsmouth were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests of Francis Heeses and Frank Heese. Mr and Mrs Bill Fuhs of Portsmouth and Joe Bissens were Sunday evening visitors of Mrs Cecelia Kramer. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rauterkns and Larry, and Mrs August Reinig of Portsmouth spent Thursday aRernoon at the Walt Rauterkus home at Woodbine. Their grandson, Terry Rauterkus, has returned from Mercy Hospital in Council Bluffs, but is still confined to bed, having sustained injuries when he tumbled from a tractor earlier in the corn-picking season. Mrs Cecelia Kramer ac- companied Mr and Mrs Bill Fuhs of Portsmouth to Denison Monday evening where they attended the wake of Jim Fineran, a grand-nephew of Mrs Kramer. Mr Fineran, 25, was dead upon arrival at the Denison Hospital following a one car PERSIA NEWS by RUTH IWEN Mrs Lyle Cooney and family and Mrs Bernie Howe and family of Council Bluffs visited M. A. Champlins home Sunday. Sunday, Maurice Carys and Robert visited John Culbertsons of Grant. Sunday evening supper guests of Sam Bests were the Robert Meier family. Milton Watsons, Mrs Dora Martens, Leona Hamann and Elmer Ingwersen were Sunday, guests of Fred Harnns, - Ruby WilliamSrof Omaha was a weekend guest of the Wm Williams. She retui'ned to Omaha Sunday evening with the Melvin Williams family after they had visited at the Wm Williams home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thorns attended the 50th wedding an- niversary reception for Mr and Mrs Amos Hillyer of Portsmouth at the Youth Center in Legan Sunday afternoon. The Robert Otto family, Duane Ottos and Sandra of Council Bluffs and Herman Ottos were Sunday luncheon guests of Richard Laughlins of Omaha. The Russell Schley family visited Mildred Keegan in Omaha Sunday. Sunday visitors of Ernest Smiths were Rev McQnin and Mrs Art Martens. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Rich Knauss of Council Bluffs and Veral Smiths. Mr and Mrs Rich Knauss of Council Bluffs were Sunday supper guests of Wendell Knausses. Mrs Mabel Foje was a Sun- day dinner guest of Arnold Fojes. Chester Graybills were Sunday dinner guests of Lloyd Graybills of Treynor. Also guests were Tom Blakfords of Prole, In. and Allen Goodes of Indianola. John Gramkows were Monday afternoon visitors of Mrs Erna Ramsey. Mr and Mrs David Knauss were Sunday dinner guests of Robert Depews of Council Bluffs. Mrs Roy Iwen attended the funeral of Albert Erixson at the Magnolia Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon. Notice 12/69 subscribers Check the date on your subscription -- it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it a} 12/69 that meanm your paper expires this month and will be qRopped on Dec. 1 , uniem renewed promptly. GIFT IDEAS AT THE HARLAN TRIBUNE CORK BULLETIN BOARDS MEMO ROLL PADS and many other items to choose from FOR MOM -- How about a nice secretarial posture chair that she can use when ironing or sewing? Mother's really like these chairs that do away with back ache and fatigue. Also makes nice office desk chair. A big selection at $37.00. Or a tiny Tensor Princess desk lamp is a nice gift. On display at the HARLAN TRIBUNE • OFFICE SUPPLY A.F.B., New Mexico, 68101, son of S-Sgt and Mrs Richard Ullrich and family, 808 Exchange St., Schertz, Texas, 78154. Son of Mr and Mrs Henry Ullrich, stationed at Randolph A.F.B., San Antonio, Texas. Tech Sgt and Mrs Merlin K. Straight and family, 50th AMS CMR Box 1345 A.P.O. New York, N.Y., 09109, son-in-law of Mr and Mrs Robert Daigh, stationed at Hahn, A.F.B., Germany. S M Sgt and Mrs Albert M. Katzer and family, Box 2771, 42 52 Strat. Wg. S.A.C.A.P.O. San Francisco, Calif. 96239. Son4n- law of Mr and Mrs Robert Dalgh, stationed in Okinawa. Sgt. Wayne Huebner 483 600 975 Hqr, Co. Committee Group USATC (A.O.) Fort Bliss, Texas, 79916, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Huebner. Sp.5 Allan D. Miller 484 62 2508 Hq. Co. 4th Bn. 4th Eng. AIT Bde (SP) Ft Leonard Wood, Mo. 65473, son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller. PFC E3 and Mrs James A. Foje, 1220 Laramie, Manhattan, Kans., 66502, son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Foje. Lt and Mrs Dannie L. 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It appears in the public interest for the public good. CiTY HALL- Harian, Iowa- October Earl F. Baldwin, Win. I James R. Noble, Gerald 28, 1969 The City Council of the City of Earl E. Bo|tinghouse Absent : None Harlan, Iowa, met on the 28th day of The Clerk presented October, 1969, in special session pursuant to law and the rules of said from thepreviou Council and in accordance with the approved. On motion the followi termsof a notice of meeting, a copy of clerks and voting plac( which was served on each member of the official judges, the Council within the time required places for the munici by law and accepted in writing by held on November 4, each member thereof. The meeting FIRST WARI was called to order by K. L. Muetier, JUDGES: Don Mayor, in the chair and the following Ray Finn, Mrs Harold named Councilman were Present: LeRoy J. Christensen, CLERKS: Mrs Leo Huber Earl F. Baldwin, Win. H. Tinsley, VOTING PLACE: Court James R. Noble, Gerald Clark and CHAIRMAN: Don Fred Earl E. Boltinghouse SECOND Absent: None JUDGES: F. This being the time and place Rihner, Mrs Elmer Neff fixed for a public hearing on the CLERKS: Mrs. Joe matter of the adoption of plans, M. Christensen specifications and form of contract for VOTING PLACE : the removal of diseesed or dead Elm CHAIRMAN: F. D. trees, the Mayor called for any oral THIRD objections to the making of said ira- JUDGES: James provements, or to the adoption of the Anderson, Barrie plans, specifications and form of CLERKS: Mrs. Harry contract. No oral obiections were Furman Miller offered end the Clerk reported that no VOTING PLACE: REC written obiectionS thereto had been CHAIRMAN: James filed. FC On motion the following Resolution entitled, "RESOLUTION JUDGES: L. S. Jami1 A P P R O V I N G P L A N S , Chambers, Mrs. Rose SPECIFICATIONS AND FORM OF CONTRACT," was adopted. The Mayor thereupon announced that a further purpose of the meeting was to receive, open, consider and tabulate bids for the removal of diseased or dead Elm trees, in ac. cordance with the plans and specifications now adopted. The following bids were thereupon received, opened and inspected and tabulated by the Clerk: Triple 'A' Tree Serv. $10,416.00 Box 626 Ogallala, Nebraska 69153 Bob's Tree Service $14,973.00 1341 60th Street Des Moines, Iowa United Tree Servtce $19,747.00 BOx 268 Harlan, Iowa 51537 Iowa Tree Service $11,284.50 5301 East Oakwood Drive Des Moines, Iowa 50317 Expert Tree Service $10,524.50 400 East Broadway Des Moines, towa L. J. Gute Tree Serv. $14,994.70 618 West Second Street Carroll, Iowa 51401 Ray's Trees Service $14,000.00 1710 Avenue "K" Council Bluffs, Iowa 51501 (Not acceptable - no bid check) The matter was then tabled for further consideration by the Board of Forestry Examiners and all bids were to be held. There being no further business, the meeting on motion adjourned. C. F. HASKELL, City Clerk K. L. MUELLER, Mayor CITY HALL - Harlan, Iowa - October 21, 1969 The City Council of the City of Harlan, Iowa, met pursuant to law and the rules of said Council in regular session in the Council Chambers in the City Hall at 5:30 P.M. on the 21st day of October, 1969. The meeting was called to order by K. L. Mueiler, Mayor, in the chair and the following .named Councilman were Present: LeRoy J. Clrlstenen, CLERKS: Mrs. Martha Chambers VOTING PLACE: CHAIRMAN: L. S. Jam On motion the Cit' instructed to publis hearing in the change the property from Class Residential to Class Commercial, with obi heard on November Council Chambers with said notice to be not less than fifteen the date set for the Southwest quarter (59), J. M. Long'S City of Harlan, On motion 160 in the total was approved. The Council found that notice of th( of a meeting for plemental estimate on the initiation of issuance of Sanitation Bonds ha( law and as directed been heretofore day of October, Tribune, a circulation in It was further petition or protest nature to the proceedings had payers of said other interested per On motion Resolution entitled, PROVIDING FOR OF $25,000 OF BONDS, AND PAY SAiD BONDS, On motion ReSolution entitled, ACCEPTING pLA ADDITION TO T HARLAN, iOWA" There being no the meeting on C. F. HASKELL,