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N hborhood News by KimWegener Sec A - Pg. 5A " arian IA News Advertiser 1 ri. morn., Nov. 10, 1989 ] Phone 755-3111 j of Mr and ladies' sister-in-law, Mrs toLas Vegas as an anniversary of Harlan on Charles Muell. Mrs Muell died present. Were his parents, Mr on Oct. 28. Lyle Groth and his Dan Groth all of Mr and Mrs Harold IA., his grand- Mr and Mrs Earl Wad- Kleinpaste of Green Lake, WI., and Mrs Bernie dell were in Hot Springs, AK., were overnight guests Tuesday Anthon, and his from Wednesday through of Alice Haase. They also and Mrs Mike Monday visiting their daughter, visited Mrs Kleinpaste's uncle, Connie and Wayne Ray and Mr and Mrs Marshall Nelson lur and LaVerne traveled to Nevada, L George and Ardtih group then went MI., where they University of Glee Club fall at is a member of section of the glee the son of George and the grandson of The glee club 25 day tour of wan, Hong Kong, in May. Mary Camp- Ldsey of Tampa, past week with o Campbell and friends in the area. first time five- had been in (Mrs J.C.) Salvo Hospital Conferences for Association conferences Carroll, Waverly six seminars dur- Trudy is representa- four year The committee Moines three for planning ses- tte Committee on also responsible ng conferences for two days in ,lrs James De- were in Ute help Nicole her 17th father, Norman Elaine Muell, Oct. 28 at her CA., follow- She is sur- husband, Charles SOns, Gary of CA., Charles CA., and CA., of Azusa and st CA., She death by her Mrs Darrel )f , to Azusa, CA., funeral of the family, and Mr and Mrs Reno Stofferson. Lyle and Myrtle Walker were in Shenandoah last week to visit their grandson, Nicholas, 2, at the hospital. Nicholas, son of Linda and Dennis Hielen, accidently pulled a hot electric potpourri jar over on him. He was burned over 15 percent of his body in- cluding the neck, back and arm. Delores and Gary Brandt, Tonya and Michael, of Council Bluffs were guests of Delores' parents, Lyle and My- tie Walker on Sunday. Michael, 16, broke the second joint in his middle finger while bowling on Oct. 28. The doc- tors discovered a tumor be- tween the first and second joint had eaten the bone, so it was necessary to graft bone from his hip to repair his finger. Judy Patten spent the weekend in Westerville, OH., visiting her daughter, Amy, who is a freshman musical theater major at Otterbein Col- lege. On Friday evening, she at- tended the musical presentation by "Opus Zero" at the Battelle Fine Arts Center. Amy is a member of the 12 voice show choir. Judy sat in on rehearsals on Sunday afternoon of "Cinderalla" which will be presented Nov. 13-17 at the Cowen Theater. Amy has been cast as the fairy godmother in the production. ['First Birthdays ] l Harley and Teresa Kruse, Mr and Mrs Paul Kruse and family, Mr and Mrs Clif- ford Kruse all of Harlan, Jim Kruse of Tama, and Mrs Charles (Karen) Beville, Den- ver, CO., attended the funeral of Teresa's mother, Clara Pfeifer, 94, at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Spalding, NE., on Oct. 25. Clara died on Oct. 23. Teresa went to Spalding on Oct. 24 and stayed until Nov. 1. Mr and Mrs Leland Sunderland were in Las Vegas, NV., Oct. 30-Nov. 3. They went to surprise Mr and Mrs Ed Ormston of Little Compton, RI., and help them celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Mrs Ormston is the former Inger Henrichsen of Harlan. The Ormston children had given their parents the trip ext Day Service! JESSICA OItLINGER Jessica Lynn Ohlinger, daughter of Mike and Marcia Ohlinger of Panama, celebrated her first birthday, Oct. 27. Her grandparents are Jim and Carol Schwery, Panama, Clete Ohlinger of Pocahontas, and Norma Ohlinger of Harlan. Her great grandparents are Rose Schwery, Panama, and Flo- rence Ohlinger, Harlan. Commanders host craft show The Commanders Club of the Shelby County State Banks recently attended two dinner theatres. The club attended the pro- duction, "Social Security," at the Upstairs Dinner Theatre in Omaha, and the "Sons of the Pioneers" at the Ingersoll Din- ner Theatre in Des Moines. A craft show and get-to- gether was held at St. Michael's Rosman-Parish Center on Nov. 3. Twenty-one tables of crafts and homemade goodies were on display. Music was provided by Lola Petersen, Edith Cadwell and Ray Ferry. Two violin students of Edith Cadwell also per- formed. The Commanders are plan- ning trips to see the Ice Ca- pades in Omaha, "The Christ- mas Carol" at the Omaha Playhouse, as well as a Christmas holiday trip to Chicago in early December. I Tammy Schmitz I to be featured I on KMTV-3 [Births i GIRL. Greg and Scarlett Ouren of Mustang, OK., are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 24, 1989. She weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce, and has been named Allison Renee. Allison has a brother, Cole, 5. Her grandparents are Jeanne Ouren of Harlan, and Marvin Trowbridge and Liz Trowbridge both of Omaha. GIRL - Mr and Mrs Cur- tis Slater of Defiance announce the birth of their daughter, Megan Lynn. She was born Oct. 30, 1989 and weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces. Megan has two sisters, Christina, 11 1/2, and Amber, 7. Her grandparents are Mr and Mrs Gerald Bruck, Earling, and Mr and Mrs James Slater, Denison. Her great grand- mother is Mrs Hattie Slatr, Manilla Manor. GIRL- Lynn and Lori Mikels of Newberry, CA., are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 31, 1989. She weighed 5 pounds, 2 ounces, and has been named Linsey. Her grandparents are Dick and Jeanette Mikels of Portsmouth, and Mr and Mrs Jim McPherson of Thousand Oaks, CA. Her great grand- mother is Lidwina Rau of Portsmouth. GIRL- Dr. Michael and Angela Johnston are the par- ents of a daughter born Nov. 1, 1989. She weighed 7 pounds, 11 1/2 ounces, and has been named Nicolette Marie. Dr. Johnston is an associate at Professional Vision Care. Angela's grandparents are Charles Johnston, New Brighton, MN., Clara John- ston, St. Paul, MN., and Al- bert and Ruth Koolhof of Webster City, IA. Her great grandparents are Gene Clouser and Gladys Hedberg of Min- nesota. GIRL. Craig and LuAnn Gross of Panama announce the birth of their daughter, Nicole Lynn. She was born Nov. 6, 1989 and weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces. Nicole has a brother, Brian, 6, and a sister, Sarah, 4. Her grandparents are Larry and Lois Dresen and Robert and Mary Gross all of Earling. Her great grandmother is Josephine Gross of Earling. KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers Smorgasbord, bake sale held at HCHS The Harlan Community High School band smorgasbord was held last Sunday in the HCHS cafeteria. Above, Charles Gearhart of Harlan makes a purchase at the bake sale held in conjunction with the dinner. Assisting Gearhart is Linda Smith. Linda and her husband, Bob, were in charge of the bake sale. School Lunch Menu - Photo Contributed Shelby County 4-H'ers win five first place honors Shelby County 4-H'ers won five first place honors at the 1989 Iowa State University Block and Bridle Junior Livestock Evaluation Classic held on Oct. 28 at ISU. Participants were front row (l-r) - Jim Gibson, Portsmouth; Keith Smith, Defiance; Darren Goshom and Matt Sternberg both of Shelby; Back row - Mark Smith, Defiance; Erin Pleak and Courtney Pleak both of Harlan; Jorge Stein and Carly Stein both of Portsmouth. Hadan School sauce, lettuce salad with dressing, lunch program warm cheese bread, pears. (Nov. 13-17) Friday- fish nuggets with HCHS tartar sauce, french fries, coleslaw, Monday - spaghetti with meat chocolate cake. sauce, lettuce salad with dressing, Salad bar is available every day. school made cheese bread, pears. Bread and butter sandwiches, .... Tuesday - grilled cheese, french peanut butter sandwiches and milk fries, peaches, struesel coffee are served every meal. Chocolate cake. milk is available every Thursday. Wednesday - pork ribette with Hedan Middle School barbeque sauce on a bun, mashed Monday. orange juice or apple potatoes and gravy, hot biscuits juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with honey, strawberries, and jelly. Thursday - school made chicken Tuesday - orange juice or apple noodle soup, relishes and dill pickle juice, choice of cold cereal and spears, cinnamon puff, pineapple, toast and jelly or pancakes with Friday - fish wedge, au gratin butter and syrup. potatoes, cornbread with syrup, Wednesday - orange juice or fresh fruit, apple juice, choice of cold cereal, Chef salad lunch and salad bar toast and jelly. are available every day. Bread and Thursday - orange juice or apple butter sandwiches, peanut butter juice, choice of cold cereal, toast sandwiches and milk are served and jelly. every meal. Chocolate milk is Friday - orange juice or apple available every Friday. juice, choice of cold cereal, toast HCHS-Breakfest and jelly, warm cinnamon bread. Monday- orange juice or apple 1/2 pt. of milk is served with juice, pancakes with syrup and every breakfast. Cold cereals : butter, available every day are Cornflakes, Tuesday - orange juice or apple Cheerios, Rice Krispies, 40 percent juice, Texas toast and jelly. Bran Flakes. i, Wednesday - apple juice or West Ridge banana, bran muffin with butter. New Park Schools Thursday - orange juice or apple Monday - oven browned frank, juice, school made warm cinnamon au gratin potatoes, seasoned green bread, beans, school made bun with jelly. Friday- orange juice or apple Tuesday - hamburger gravy " juice, cheese and egg on a school over mashed potatoes, mixed i made biscuit, vegetables, peaches, school made 1/2 pt. of milk is served with cinnamon roll. every breakfast. A choice of cold Wednesday - chicken and cereal is available every day. noodles, buttered carrots, hot Harlan Middle School biscuit with honey, fruit cup. Monday - oven browned frank, Thursday - spaghetti with meat sauce, lettuce salad with dressing, au gratin potatoes, seasoned green beans, school made bun with jelly, warm cheese bread, pears. Tuesday- hamburger gravy Friday - fish nuggets with over mashed potatoes, mixed tartar sauce, french fries, coleslaw, vegetables, peaches, school made chocolate cake. cinnamon roll. Bread and butter sandwiches, Wednesday - chicken and peanut butter sandwiches and milk noodles, buttered carrots, hot are served every meal. Chocolate biscuit with honey, fruit cup. milk is available every Thursday. Thursday - spaghetti with meat Over 200 4-H and FFA members participated in the annual event. Par- -'][ One Set ][ One Set ] Tammy Schmitz of Harlan ticipants were enrolled in one of two divisions. Division I entries were ,- - - - , - - - .,, ..__-___ =, ,, _ _ _ . _ . . i will be featured on the Warren required to judge seven classes of livestock and give three sets of oral II Stndd Print-I[ Big Prints [ ......... reasons. Division II entries also judged seven classes of livestock and | Picture Policy I I i i --- -- I | INlelsen varm Keport 3now on I I 12 Exp. I I 12 Exp. i i KMTV-3 at 6:30 a.m. on Sat., answered a series of questions about those classes, l We assume no responsibility for pictures in. II [[ S 1 99 I! ,I, 99 !1 N.almlmv will sneak on the The Division I team from Shelby County-Jim Gibson, Darren Goshorn, ! tended for publication. If pictures are to be ! ,, l i I .0 I | Shelby County" 4-H" Awards , Keith Smith and Matt Sternberg-captured first place sheep, swine, beef, a'l returned, a stamped self addressed envelope ,I 9 I I ^.lSRxp"$269.,.._ II ^_lSExp-'$399,.. 11 Banquet. Shels" the daughter of oral reasons and overall team honors. Gibson was top individual overall I must be supplied (available at the | II 7"4r-'xP .-a.b'd I I z4 P.xp.--a.'J I, Tom ana Bv ,.,,;, u..., and top contestant in oral reasons. Smith was second individual overall newspaper). I l I I 36 Exp.-S5.99 I I 36 Exp.-$7.99 I I ........... , ,at,a.. --.-J t (3x5) _..I L (4xS) j., while Goshorn garnered fourth individual, and third place in oral reasons. ' tsl aee)p-a'n'y"o'de". C-41 pocss'ol-oor"  In Division II, Mark Smith was fourth place individual and Courtney ....................... I tives only. Offer expires Nov. 18, 1989 I NOTICE 12-89 Pleak, fifth overall. The team is coached by Craig Olson, Harlan.  m _ -- II SUBSCRIBERS .X -',-v,,zaZLULl'nrlt'l'"l ,I Check the date on your sub- .... New Mayor, \\; L _  I scnptton- ,t ,s stamped nght AS Harlan' ' I Studio . after your name on page one. ? i MIMEOGRAPH I || *um'otn'"'" '"- ..... .tureen I If it says 12-89 that means A Sincere i PAPER i L. 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