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Haflan Fri. morn., Nov. 10, Phone l EditoriaINotebook', ...... l WAes ?neewficnigereltoYt2 ceoedmuanityi(?onmo0, I've been wondering why there isn't a visible sign from U.S. Highway 59 that clearly defines that "big, brick building" I always seem to pass when I head in and out of town. You know it...the one that's on the right as you head to Denison and on the left as you come into Hadan. After living here awhile, I now know that it's the high school, but to travelers just passing by, they most likely don't have a clue. Let's get our beautiful school identified to travelers. It's my understanding that a few years ago one of the Hadan clubs offered to pay for such a sign, but there was a squabble over what should go on the sign and the idea eventually was dropped. The squabble, to my understanding, was over whether or not athletic championship years and/or other awards should be listed on the sign. There also was some worry about vandalism. However, the need for a sign still is there. It doesn't have to be fancy and it doesn't have to have anything on it but the name of the school. A large sign on the west edge of the parking lot would fit the bill, and would draw attention to the school. And if not a sign in that area, how about identification on the west side of the building similar to the "Harlan Community Schools" sign on the front of the building? Passers-by could see that sign from the road and more easily identify the school. With the leadership that exists in this community, this is something we should get done -- put a name on the "no name" building. It's just another step in beautifying our community. -- Bob B join Correction - In our column in the previous issue, we had Publisher Paul Bunge located at Cresco. It should have been Osage, Iowa. Seek old time pictures of area towns We would like to publish pictures "Memories of Yester-Year" of all area towns. If you feel you have an old time picture that you feel would be of interest to our readers please drop off or mail to Harlan Newspapers, Attn., Lynette Hansen, Box 721, Harlan, Iowa 5153Z All pictures will be returned and credit given to person bringing in the picture. Harlan's name on a plane The Navy VA 155 Attack Squadron named this A-1 Bomber "The City of Harlan" in honor of the Harlan Early Risers Kiwanis Club's adoption of the squadron last summer. The Early Risers held an appreciation banquet on Saturday, Oct. 28 in honor of the squadron. Pictured here with the plane are" L to R -- Lt. Marion "Dec" Watson, Lt. Mark "Hitch" Hitchcock, Harlanite Jim Kalal, Harlanite Dick Jones, Lt. Mike "Suds" Sadlowski, Lt. Daniel "Snake" Kalal, Harlanite Larry McDermott and Lt. Steve "Ploofer" Ploof. l Deed Transfers Compiled by the Credit Bureau of Atlantic, IA. Revenue stamps (RS) ate affixed to deeds at rate of $1.10 pet $1,000 of aale price. Nov. 3, 1989 QUIT CLAIM DEEDS Roger A. & Susan M. Jenxn, Harlan to Robert W. & doann M. Sorensen, Harlan. RS $1.65. Part Lot 25 of Davis' Second Addition, Harlan. COURT OFFICER DEEDS Estate of WiUlam H. Weber, Co. Fat. lland Weber, WiUlam Dean Weber and George Weber to William M. & Debra L. Vejvoda, RS $44.00. Lot 64, Resurvey of Lots 18 through 71, Pauley Addition, Harlan. Lauterback Family Trust, Richard A. Perrine, Trustee to Gary & Kathleen Hoesing, Lot 2, DeOgny Addition, Harlan. RS $86.90. WARRANTY DEEDS Howard R. & Betty F. Lund to Melvin J. & Donna R. Thomsen. RS $18.15. Part Lot 7, BIk. 22, Shelby. Deed given In fulfillment of contract 11-12-80. Book 428-340. Kenard L & Vlelki S. Car=tens FKA Vickle S. Gray to Eugene R. & Bemlta C. Powers. RS $55.00. Lot 42 & W 10' of Lot 43/ Western Hills Addition, Harlan. Carolyn d. Nelson Alga Carolyn Oen & William J. Nelson to Frederick C. Maharry & Robert H. Maharry, Part of Lot 19 & Part of Lot 20, all in Pauley Addition, Harlan. To correct deed. Jesse E. & Izroa K. Durham to Bruce Thysen & Amy Thysen. RS $29.70. Lots 9 & 10 in John Petersen's First Addition, Elk Hem. Wilbur Keith & Rose M. Kay to Russell A. Morfeld & Charlene S. Morefeld. RS $111.65 WI/2 of NEt/4 & NW14 of SE1/4 Sec. 21-81-38. I ! Shelby County Courthouse Report 870 Express to Lyon, is Jim Kalal. I Area Deaths Lyon wins shotgun raffle Chad Lyon was the winner of the Kiwanis Early Risers' Shotgun raffle, held in conjunction with a visit to Harlan by members of the U.S. Navy VA 155 Attack Bomber squadron on opening day of pheasant season. Presenting the Remington Model Marriage Licenses Russell H. Finnell, 31, Elk Horn, and Kristen A. Shafer, 30, Red Oak Scott A. Lickteig, 22, Brock, Neb., and Denise M. Thraen, 25, Brock, Neb. Speeding Fines (does not include $10 court costs) Douglas D. Matthews, Harlan, (84 in 55), $66.70 Mark J. Moore, Ft. Reiley, Kan., (75 in 55), $69 Robert P. Gendrolis, Harlan, (70 in 55); $51.75 Joseph G. Sandman, South Bend, Ind., (70 in 55), $51.75 David L. Christofferson, Kimballton, (74 in 55), $46 Darwin L. Larsen, Harlan, (73 in 55), $46 James J. Katzer, Persia, (73 in 55), $46 James E. McKee, Omaha, (74 in 55), $46 Barbara L. Thede, Ames, (69 in 55), $34.50 Robert G. Gubbels, Defiance, (68 in 55), $34.50 Mark A. Sondag, Tucson, Az., (69 in 55), $34.50 Freeman J. Lytle, Denison, (70 in 55), $34.50 Cannon O. Lyddon, Menlo, (70 in 55), $34.50 Scott D. Mattison, Remsen, (69 in 55), $34.50 Mark B. Goslar, Ute, (70 in 55), $34.50 Chad L. Barker, Bellevue, (67 in 55), $34.50 Daniel F. Cavanaugh, Homick, (70 in 55), $34.50 Corey L. Knudsen, Harlan, (70 in 55), $34.50 Timothy D. Mikels, Harlan, (65 in 55), $34.50 James P. Tate, Omaha, (65 in 55), $34.50 Arnold L. Gude, Elk Horn, (65 in 55), $23 Gary L. Pearson, Balch Springs, Texas, (65 in 55), $23 James G. Loughran, Council Bluffs, (65 in 55), $23 Linda R. Larsen, Harlan, (65 in 55), $23 Kevin M. Crawford, Dallas, (65 in 55), $23 Marcia L. Brandt, Holstein, (65 in 55), $23 Janice M. Fads, Holstein, (65 in 55), $23 Beverly A. Flanagan, Neola, (65 in 55), $23 June B. Richards, Harlan, (65 in 55), $23 Tony A. Voege, Manilla, (45 in 35), $23 Add'! Magistrate Court Fines (not including $8, $10 or $15 court costs per citation) Michael M. Sindt, Avoca, no valid driver's license, $25.88 Lori C. Strangfeld, Council Bluffs, no valid driver's license, $25.88 Galen D. Gaer, Jr., Harlan, failure to obey stop sign, $23 Michael M. Sindt, Avoca, no valid registration, $34.50 Duane A. Fries, Harlan, failure to yield right of way after ,....LtoP sign, $34.50 SEAT BELT VIOLATIONS MichaelM. Sindt, Avoca, $17.25 Mary P. Bussey, Council Bluffs, $17.25 Jeffrey L. Joint, Marne, $17.25 Robert G. Nomn, Harlan, $17.25 Bill O. Scheffler, Harlan, $11.50 Mark B. Goslar, Ute, $11.50 Loren M. Pauley, Portsmouth, $11.50 Shelly S. Flathers, Audubon, $11.50 June E. Goeser, Harlan, $11.50 TRUCKING VIOLATIONS Stephen Hansen, Kirkman, pied guilty to having overweight axles. He was fined $289, $10 costs and $43.35 tax. Donald R. Hoover, Peculiar, Me., failure to maintain proper log book and exceeding the weight limit, a total of $55.20 Herbert C. Rousselow, St. Paul, Mn., excceding weight limit, $28.18 Colby E. Barnes, Okeene, Okla., operation over 70 hours in eight days, $28.75 Small Claims Court DISMISSALS Manning General Hospital, Manning, vs. Kevin Klein, Earling, for $210 for medical services rendered. JUDGMENTS FOR Alan R. Sorensen d/b/a Westridge Acres, Council Bluffs, vs. Tracy Koppold, Harlan, for $122 plus $29.50 costs for back rent. Small Claims Court - New Cases West Irwin Agency, Irwin, vs. Jennifer L. Zylstra, Des Moines, for $210 for auto insurance. District Court ATTORNEY FEES -- approved attorney fees in the amount of $370 for J.C. Lauterbach. REFEREE SALE -- ordered that the hearing date for the referee's report of sale in the case of Farmers Savings Bank, Irwin, vs. Walter E. Murray, Arnold R. Murray, Dale Junior Murray and James J. Murray will be Nov. 20. CHILD SUPPORT -- ordered Larry R. Swanson, Oskaloosa, to pay $50 in child support per month, per child. HABITUAL OFFENDER .- ordered Patrick J. Heese, Harlan, to be barred from driving a motor vehicle in Iowa for a period of two years, due to the fact the court found Heese to be an habitual offender. ORDER -- ordered that Steven L. Olsen, Elk Horn, was denied due process when he was not given the opportunity to participate in an administratwe laeanng. A new hearing has been remanded. District Court - New Cases Shelby County State Bank, Harlan, vs. Michael R. and Vallie A. Atkinson, Harlan, for $40,573.59 plus $12.28 per day for each day after OcL 26 for delinquent promissory note. Gretchen Plumb, 70 Gretchen Plumb, 70, Harlan, died Wednesday, Nov. 8 at Myrtue Memorial Hospital in Harlan. Services will be held Saturday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. at Pauley Funeral Home with burial in the Harlan Cemetery. A prayer service will be held Friday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. at Pauley's. Plumb is survived by five daughters -- Jan (Mrs. Jack) Buthman, Lakewood, Colo.; Julie Mauck of Mulvane, Kan.; Phyllis Plumb, Harlan; Susan (Mrs. Don) Hawkins, Audubon; and Lori (Mrs. Jim) Baughman, Kirkman; six sons -- Ben of Harlan, Steve and Richard of Kirkman, Alfred of Irwin, Paul of Boone and Phillip of Shawnee, Okla.; 19 grandchildren, six great-grand- children and a sister -- Gertrude McBride of Boulder, Colo. Committee extends moratorium Continued from page 1 In turn, the ordinance committee extended the present 90-day building permit moratorium (which concludes on December 19) to include an additional 90 days. The committee stated that the additional 90 days will give the two committees a period of time to obtain technical information and/or look at other alternatives. Council news The Harlan City Council met in regular session Tuesday, Nov. 7 and received and filed the P&Z Commission report. No action was taken. The city council: -- approved the renewal of a Class "E beer permit for the Harlan Liquor Store. -- approved a Class "C" beer permit and Sunday sales for B.J.'s Casey's General Store. -- approved a resolution to suspend the two-hour parking enforcement in Harlan during the Christmas season, specifically Nov. 24 through Dec. 31. I Community Calendar lllll I III November 9 -- HMU meeting, 4:30 p.m., HMU building November 9 -- Family/Teacher conferences, 5-9 p.m., dismissal time November 10 -- Family/Teacher conferences, 8 a.rn.00n, school November 10 -- VFW 50th anniversary, Veteran's Auditorium November 10 -- Parent-Teacher conferences, St. Regional School November 12 -- Ending Craft Fair and Bake Sale, 10 p.m., Earling November 12-18 - American Education Week, to lunch at the school November 13 -- Caring Support Group meeting for with handicapped children, 7:30 p.m., Immanuel Church November 13 -- School Board meeting, 8 p.m., board r November 13 -- Kids on the Block for Grades 1-6, Regional School ' : November 16 -- Immanuel Lutheran Women time" Fall Bazaar and Luncheon, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Lutheran Church November 16 -- Parent Appreciation Day, 10 St. Mary's Regional School November 1B -- Country Crafts 'n Things, 8 a.m-2 Community Building November 19 - S.O.P.E. Craft Fair, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Community Hall IOWA WESTERN CALENDAR November 11 -- IBM-PC DOS, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., November 20 -- Town Clerks Update, 7-9 p.m., Harl an November ZO - EMT-A Training, 7-]0 p.m., Harlan EXTENSION CALENDAR November 12 - Clay Township extension meeting, Elk Hem school November 12 -- Greeley, Jefferson and Union Tm m$1 meetings, 7 P.m., Irwin Community Building, November 13 -- Shelby County Living Committee, extension office " November 16-19 - Kansas CRy 4-H Conference November 16 -- Shelby County Area Economic Council, 7:30 p.m., Kirkman Sherifj00s Report TRESPASSING" -. Eugene H. Mahnke, Manilla, told authorities that hunters had driven through his yard and into a field near his resi- dence, Nov. 5. Case un- founded. THEFT - Lynn Gearhart, Harlan, told authorities an un- known person(s) had been tak- ing gas from his place. No loss was given. ACCIDENT - Raymond Book, Harlan, told authorities that an unknown person(s) drove through a fence on his property and continued through his pasture, Nov. 4. Damage was listed at $200. CRIMINAL MIS- CHIEF - Edwin J. Plagman, Harlan, told authorities an unknown person(s) had shot his tractor, Nov. 4. Damage was listed at $100. CRIMINAL MIS- CHIEF - Philip C. Zimmerman, Earling, told au- thorities that sometime on Nov. 5, someone had emptied 700 bushels of corn from his bin, and also had damaged his mailbox. No damage estimate was given. CRIMINAL MIS- CHIEF - Lynn Gaskill, Manilla, told authorities that an unknown person(s) had broken a tractor window at his home Nov. 5. "No damage es- timate was given. CRIMINAL , MIS- CHIEF - The Shelby County Engineer's office told authorities that on Nov. 5, an unknown person(s) broke the windshield, two side windows and the headlights on a county scrapper that was parked in a farm field. No damage estimate was given. CRIMINAL MIS. CHIEF - Daniel Heller, Irwin, told authorities that on Nov. 5, an unknown person(s) had emptied 700 bushels of corn from his grain bin onto the ground. No damage esti- mate was given. CRIMINAL MIS. CHIEF - Joseph J. Buman, ..-.--".--:.. October rainfall .-: . "'.'.'. o % "::-" :'<.: :; falls short of normal; snow falls Year to date -- 33.36" rain, 11.90" snow Normal to date - 27.69" OCTOBER norm - '88 - '89 SEPTEMBER norm - '88-'89 Harlan, Nov. 5, an had emptied l corn onto the residence. No was given. CALL A number chief/vandalism curred on Nov. : above in the Anyone with garding the to call County Crirr eriffs office. - A 1988 Pamela L. Westphalia, damage deer two on U.S. Highway Mynue Memorial for the period NoV. iting hours are flow 6 Mrs. Bryan GreVe, Laura Soe, Stephen King, Mrs. Chades Melvin Petersen, Anna Stinn, Earlitag 6 P IslIlssp Richard Merrill, ttarl Alvin Clifford Martens, Dagny Breining, Dawneen Ed' Horn 1 Girl to Mr, Gross, panama, Sir on national Iol the printed and mail, we it on Friday eredtoyouO day later