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L/ZZZZZ/ZZJJZI_ZZ//IZJZJrZZZZZIJ- l 1-7.89 Wednesday eve., Dean Haweses and Mrs Cornelia Reinig were supper guests of Henry Hellers. Dean Haweses visited Mrs Vern Wulff in Co. Bluffs. Dr. and Mrs Marvin Dvorak of Omaha; Larry, Sue and Barb Watson, John Carter and Don't expose yourself... to deadly carbon monoxide gas due to a worn out muffler. Stop In today for a free Inspection or phone us for an estimate. High quality. Low price. Domestic and foreign cars. Mufflers s22" to =49" Installed & guaranteed for 1 year on most cars & pickups. Life,me guarantee also available. Oil Change, Filter & Lube o+,S15" Transmission Service General Motor, $24" Ford & Crosier $32991 We replace pan gasket, transmission filter, adjust bands & change b'ansmission fluid, Dual Exhaust & Custom Pipe Bending Service Available FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY IN HRLAN. HARLAN MUFFLER HOUSE. LTD. 714 CYCLONE, HARLAN, 755-2024 i i Business & Professional DIRECTORY DAVID E. KOOS aul. 755-5724 Home: 755-2774 2114 12th St. Hartan, IA State Farm insurance Compank Home Offices. Bloomington. IL OFFICE: 755-2157 HOME: 782-3203 ROWLY BURTON FARM APPRAIU. Sales Management The One To See: DICK DOTZLER " $13 Court Sl. I-laden, IA ,.+u...(,. State Farm Insurance Companiee Home Offices. Bloorrdon. fL COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Harlan, IA 755-5195 Prudential Life, Auto, Health Home & Mutual Funds /'/ MARJORIE tlllP00 PLAGMAN Rt. I, Box 47, Irwin - 782-3269 Lee's Fire (.,, Protection Equip. Inc. l 117 7th St.. Ha.rlma 755-3171 Fire ExtlnguiMr Sakm & Seio WHITE-WESTINGHOUSE Appliance Dealer Sales & Service Bacon Hardware Harlan, IA VISTA BICYCLES Sales - Service - Repair WE TRADE Bacon Hardware Harlan, IA FARM TRACTOR OVERHAUL Wholesale Parts, Machine Shop Service TOM'S AUTO-DIESEL PRAIRIE ROE LAKE RO., HAM 7(14L3 GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR Ove 25 Yeos of Service to Shelby County SWANSON AUTOMOTIVE HARLAN, IA Pill. 755-5187 W.". 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Opal Beaman received word Sunday eve of the death of her nephew, Donald Beaman of San Bernadino, CA. Don was the son of Rufus and Hazel Metcalf Beaman. He was born March 29, 1923 and was raised in the Raglan area, went through grade school known as the Klondike Country School, attended high school in Mondamin. His mother died in 1941. He leaves his wife, Dorothy and five sons, two brothers and three half-brothers and one half-sister. Several grandchildren; his aunt and numerous cousins and friends. COFFEE GUESTS Coffee guests Saturday at Albert Leonards to observe Edna Pitts's birthday were Elmer Rosenbecks, Pearl Plambeck and Clara Hamann. Saturday eve guests of Veral Smiths were Bob Smiths, Lori Mitchell, Shelly, Katie and Jake Smith of Co. Bluffs. Tuesday eve., Veral Smiths visited at Bob Smiths at Crescent. They were Sunday eve guests at Rich Knausses at Co. Bluffs. W.J. Champlins appreciate the flowers received and for the good crowd at their grand opening Nov. 3. The Champlins now own the former Rick's Cafe. It opened Oct. 16 and is now the B & B Cafe. James Lipardis of Shawnee, KS., were weekend guests of W.J. Champlins. FIRST BIRTHDAY Hillary Nelson was honored at her first birthday Sunday at the parental Dean Nelsons. Guests were Jean Kuster, Jim Nelsons, Lewis Larsens, Robert Martens, Jeff Larsen, Bridgett Church, Mrs Kurt Stamp and twin boys. Thursday, Collins Bauers of Massens accompanied Elven Steenbocks to Akron, where they attended the funeral of Christopher Siebens, son of Darrell Siebens of Akron. Friday, Elven Steenbocks met Rev. and Mrs Tim Steenbock of Oklahoma City at Wichita, KS. Cindy Steenbock accompanied Elven Steenbocks. All were Friday overnight guests of Gene Steenbocks of Topeka, KS. BAPTISM FOR TRICIA Sunday, Cindy Steenbock of Oklahoma City; Marry Maness of Minden and Amy Maas were sponsors for the baptism of Tricia Nicole Steenbock at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Ida Grove. Dinner guests at Greg Steenbocks following the ser- vice were the sponsors, also Leon Maases of Rickets; Mrs Irma Maas of Schleswig; Mr Carl Bohiman of Charter Oak and Margaret Haweses attended the Fall 7th district conference of the American Legion and Auxiliary at Bayard, Saturday. Margaret Hawes was the per- sonal page for Dorothy Smith, who is secretary-treasurer of the district. Bonnie Perrin, Lillie Miller and Arlene Youmans also gave reports of their offices. Tuesday, George Krizeses visited Maggie Steenson of Omaha. She is recovering from surgery. George Krizes were Sunday guests at Franz Kardells for Franz's birthday. Fred Stamp of Harlan vis- ited at Ed Stamps Tuesday night. John Stamps were Monday visitors. Stanley Martenses of Portsmouth were Sunday afternoon visitors. Friday night, Bob Finkens were guests of Henry Hellers at Earling. Later they attended they attended the wedding dance of Lawrence Hellers at Earling. Lawrence is a nephew of Henry Heller. Scot Milner family of Co. Bluffs visited Opal Beaman Friday. FPortsmo++0000'00'00"ut:h 1 1-7-89 was hostess at her home for Fr. Mike was celebrant at Little Flower Haven, Nov. 5 at the 1 p.m. Mass honoring the 65th wedding anniversary of J.P. Steins, followed by a family get-together. J.P. is a resident of Little Flower Haven. RECONCILIATION CLASSES PLANNED Sunday First Reconciliation classes will be held following the 9 a.m. Mass. The community was saddened to hear of the sudden death of Arne Berg, 59 on Thursday. Arne (Edna) Berg, who are retired farmers from the Neola area, became residents of this community, when they purchased the home of the late Rita Sonderman in Aug. Dick Mikelses received word of the birth of a granddaughter, when Lynn (Lori) Mikels of Newberry, CA., became the parents of a 5 lb. 2 oz. girl on Oct. 31. GUESTS FROM OMAHA Leo (Marge) Kramers of Omaha were guests Monday of her brother, Don Kaufmans. Kate Plambeck will be hostess Nov. 14 in the after- noon for members of the Catholic Daughters. Susie Villageliu, Carmen and Julie, who have been guests at her parents Paul Leinens Sr. and visited other relatives for ten days, also at- tended the funeral Mass of her mother, Barb (Paul St.) Leinen held Thursday, left on Friday by plane from Omaha to return home at Miami, FL. Barb Newland, Bernie Leonard and Alma Bruck were guests Friday eve of Kate Plambeck, when they enjoyed layin cards honoring Kate's 7th bzrthday. Fr. Joc Kula of AL., wfio has been a guest of Lidwina Rau and also visited other friends here has returned to AL. Fr. Kula, a former resi- dent of here, a 1943 graduate of St. Mary's High School is retiring and going to AZ., to make his home. Mae Mikels of Woodbine was a guest Thursday after- members of the Ringside Club Nov. 2 in the afternoon. Helen Huebner received the hostess gift. Contest winners were Joan Marten and Lois Hatterman, also Leatrice Brown and Lois Hatterman re- ceived gifts from their secret pal. Mississippi was played and the winner was Joann Fineny followed by the host- ess serving lunch. In Dec., Joann Finerty will be hostess for the Ringside Club mem- bers. Cheryl Dickman of Mo. Valley and Larry Patten of Harlan were guests Sunday of their mother, Alma Patten. Bill Plambecks Sr. of Persia were guests Saturday eve of his mother, Kate Plambeck. ATTENDED WEDDING Terry (Sharon) Kohles fam- ily of Omaha were weekend guests of Sharon's parents, Bob Reinigs. Saturday, Terry Kohleses and Bob Reinigs at- tended the wedding Mass of Terry's sister, Jayne Kohles and Jerry Hall held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Earling, also the reception at the parish hall in Earling. The Kohles family returned to Omaha Sunday afternoon. A large crowd attended the American Legion Annual Feather Party held Sunday eve at Community Hall. Linda Jacobsen of Harlan was the winner of the door prize, a large turkey. Mrs Jay (Marita) Heiman and infant son of Co. Bluffs was a guest of her father, Jim Grote, for a few days. They re- turned to Co. Bluffs Monday. Health Tip By ROB JACKSON t R.P.h. GOOD HEALTH CARE Four things you can do to ensure good health care: I 1. Give and receive c',ear information when you visit the doctor. 2. Get information about medicines from and Roger Manesses of noon of her aunt, Alma Pat- Minden and Elven Steenbocks ten. of Persia. Edna Berg and her children Gladys Brovold, Bruce and other relatives attended the Brovold and Raymond Egge of funeral services of their hus- Fargo, N.D., were Friday eve band and father, Arne Berg, 59, held Sunday at Meyer supper and overnight guests of Margaret Haweses. Gladys is her sister-in-law and Bruce her nephew. ATTEND CONFERENCE Ken Perrins, Veral Smiths, Jim Youmans, Lillie Miller Funeral Home Chapel in Co. Bluffs with Rev. Joe Oker, Pastor St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Boomer Twp., offi- ciating. Arne and Edna Berg recently moved to Ports- mouth, as they are retired farmers from the Neola area. Phil Herkenraths Sr. of here and Gene Powerses of Harlan joined the ladies sister, Eileen Sondag of Co. Bluffs Sunday and enjoyed Holy Family Catholic Church turkey dinner held at St. Albert's High School in Co. Bluffs. Hazel Connley of Logan your pharmacist. 3. Organize a system for taking your medicines. 4. Know what to do when a medicine causes negative side effects. . For best health benefit, you should learn all you can about your state of health and about the medicines prescribed for you. 2308 12th St., Harlan 755-3823 Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. v /17'7171rtr77'rl-1777177"! rl17rrT/lllJ The Knit and Stitch Club was entertained at Mrs Raymond Davises Monday afternoon with seven members present. The club will meet Nov. 13 with Martha Petersen. Wilbur Carrolls, Duane Carroll family, Dwight Carroll of Vermillion, S.D.; James Doolitfles and daughters of Cedar Rapids were dinner guests at Jonathan Rooses, Saturday. They toured the Capitol Bldg., the Iowa Historical Museum and at- tended the Living History Farm Halloween Party in the eve. The Shelby Garden Club met with Mrs Jesse Pike Wednesday with Elaine Adams as co-hostess. Eighteen mem- bers and one guest were pre- sent. Members wore a cos- tume or paid a 25 fine. The 1989 successful craft show was discussed. Arlene Starner will be hostess at the Nov. 15 meeting which will be a Dutch Treat at the Branded at 11:30 a.m. luncheon with Viola Miller presenting the program. HONORING 85TH BIRTHDAY Harold Peterses, Ernest Peters, David Peterses, Angela and Megan, Dale Schroders and Jenna Lynne, Bonnie Utter, Tammy and Jeff of Bondurant were among the rel- Fri. morn., Nov, atives and friends open house in 85th birthday Knudsen at Town Hall Frances Fread: and Bessie were recent visitors Woltmanns. Wilbur Carrolls Schultzes and tended the honoring Clara Masonic NE., Sunday. Richard PeterseS Peters of Omaha at Kevin Bluffs, Sunday. HELP WANTED SOCIAL SERVICES If you are looking for a rewarding working with the elderly, and have a de Social Work, apply now for this position at ATLANTIC CARE CENTER 1311 SUNNYSIDE LANE ATLANTIC, IA 50022 Borrowing Remember to save, too. 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