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So ub Events by Kim Wegener i Sec arian IA News Advertiser I ri. morn, Nov. 10, 1989 I Phone 755-3111 j i officers at club officers were elected birthday pinochle on Tuesday. Alma was the hostess. was a guest. elected were Anna president; Thelma vzce-president; secretary- end of play, Grace had high score, second; Leona and Erma will be the the club meets Salvo at I's son of J.C. of Harlan, was at St. Michael's OcL 22. r officiated at godpar- errill and Teresa n Williams of NJ. Teresa is a rudy Salvo. Daniel's and baptism at St. Michael's Center. A lun- Served to family and sponsor auction ips "i  "" i KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers Behind the scenes at the HCHS band smorgasbord The Harlan Community High School band smorgasbord was held last Sunday at the HCHS cafeteria. Broasted chicken, ham, and a variety of salads and desserts were served to 1,455 people. Above from left: Janet Swensen, Adam Caraher and Janelle Gilliland prepare salads for the smor- dan Federated Mrs Phil Phelps sponsored a Nov. 6 at the is guest at comma- was held bridge club Scholarship fund. Mrs Russell Chipman was committee hostess to her bridge club on Nancy Ross, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Phil Paula Baker and Phelps was a guest. At bridge, Mrs Waldo Johansen won high score, Mrs John Klein, second; and Mrs Phelps, low. Mrs Zita Engel will be the next hostess. gasbord. Entertainment was provided by the high school jazz band, jazz combo and the sixth grade band. Profits from the dinner will be used for the band trip to Florida next February and for the new uniforms fund. - Photo Contributed Tri-Center musical, Nov. 10-11 Tri-Center Community School will present the production, "South Pacific" on Nov. 10-11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Tri-Center gymnasium. Mrs Clausen is the chorus director. There are 34 cast members. Above from left: Shiloh McCool (Liat), Teresa Olofson (Bloody Mary) and Scott Johnsen (Lt. Cable.) McCool is a sophomore while Olofson NOTICE 12-89 " SUBSCRIBERS ' Check the date on your sub- scription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 12-89 that means your paper expires this month and will be stopped on Dec. 1, 1989. says: ti(a person is by God's Spirit, he is 1dwelt SOme other Your Votes Brought a Victory that is Sincerely Appreciated. IE HATCHER and ,ohnsen are seniors. rlan Ward I Councdman. i BUSINESS I CARDS $16 9s ',  '"''" ]l in raised printing I HARLAN TRIBUNE The Gift Only Turkey Day paper is moved back Thanksgiving isn't far off, and already we're planning the publication of that Harlan News-Advertiser issue. Since we'd usually go to press on Thursday, celebrated as Thanksgiving again in 1989, we're going to delay publication one day. We'll print that issue on Friday for delivery on Saturday, Nov. 25. Can Give... WATER AWARENESS Harlan Young Mothers select represen ta tire Members of the Harlan Young Mothers Club brought one of their favorite childrens' book when the club met on Nov. 6. The booklist, Reading Aloud Books, was distributed to each member. Club dues are to be sent to Phyllis Lytle by Dec. 15. Vicki Errett was selected as Young Mother of the Year representative for 1990. The club will help sponsor a breakfast with Santa on Dec. 9 at Immanuel Lutheran Church from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. The group will prepare for the breakfast on Dec. 8. The next club meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 4 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church. A Christmas ornament exchange will be held at this meeting. Anyone interested in attending should contact Eliz Erbes. Lucille Bauerle is Mon. bridge club hostess Lucille Bauerle was hostess for a bridge club luncheon on Monday. Mrs Bauerle has been a frequent substitute of the club. All club members at- tended. At the end of play, Genevieve Jacobsen had high score, Florence Poynter, sec- ond; and Merge Noble, low. Monday bridge winners named Monday duplicate bridge winners at the Harlan Golf and Tech Sgt. Victoria S. Mar- Country Club were Bernie phy has graduated from an Air Dunlin, Louise Louis, high; Force major command non- Jami Jensen, Gene Johnson, commissioned officer academy. second. The sergeant received ad- East-West: Margie Schenck, vanced military leadership and Phil Dennis, high; Rusty Wirth, Martin Zaccone, second, cadet actions supervisor as- h CORRECTIONS 8 CLARIFICATIONS The Hedsn Newspapers strives for ec. curacy and fairness. Errors in our news col- umns will be corrected in thls space. Readers who believe the paper has erred may request correction by phoning the of. rice of the editor 755.3111. HAIR,, THE TREND IS MATRIX: R.W. Dea family, Avoca ouples, children. On location or in the any Christmas cards to choose from. The EPA says,"There are thou- sands of toxic chemical com- pounds in use today. New chemicals are developed each year and many of these can en- ter and contaminate both sur- face and ground water. In large amounts some of these chemi- cals found in drinking water could caused cancer, mutations and birth defects." Call for the BESTwATER PU- RIFICATION alternative an( watch us get the lead out! VVater as pure as natuPe intended. Sales of Harlan Dwain & Freda B0eck 755-5034 PHOTOGRAPHY, INC 1202 7th St. Harlan, IA 755-2376 Today! N S25OOFF , loo OFF HAIRCUT PERMS $5 00 OFF 15 Sessions Tanning Package NOW THRU DECEMBER 16 ii BRIAN PAULEY Pauley named outstanding college student Brian N. Pauley has been selected as a new member of the Outstanding College Stu- dents of America. He was se- lected because of outstanding merit and accomplishment as an American college student. He is the son of LeRoy and Linda Pauley of St. Cloud, MN., and the grandson of Mr and Mrs Albert Pauley of Ear- ling. Pauley graduated summa cum laude this spring from Saint Cloud State University. He received a bachelor of sci- ence degree in chemistry. Pauley is enrolled as a medical student at the Univer- sity of Minnesota in Duluth, MN. Calendar of Events J I November 13 . Nishn- abotna Genealogical Society will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the Harlan Community Library. Mac Petersen will present the program, "The Autograph Al- bum." Members will be asked to read a verse from an old auto- graph album. A Dutch treat coffee at a local restaurant will follow the meeting. November 18 . Harlan Golf and Country will sponsor a Champagne Ball dinner and dance at the club. The dinner will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. followed by the dance from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. Reservations must be made by Nov. 13 by calling 755- 5951 between 4-8 p.m. Congregate mealsite menus (Nov. 13-17) Monday- breaded fish patty, scalloped, corn, pickled beets, bun, apple crisp, milk. coffee. d Tuesday - New England inner-potatoes, carrots. cabbage, onions, choice of bread, chocolate cake, milk- coffee. Wednesday- turkey /a king, green beans, apple sal d_ biscaY, sugar cookie, m k'- coffee. Thursda, - pork loaf, au gratin petal s, baked squa: I, choice of bf td, fruited gelal 1, milk-coffee. Friday- lasagna, spinach. lettuce salad wh choice of dressing, garlic bread, peaches, milk-coffee. (Lucille Ruth is mealsite manager. For reservations call her at 755-2791, Monday- Friday. Reservations must be made before 9 a.m. on the day you plan to attend.) Jack Gross arrives for duty in England Air Force Airman 1st Class Jack D. Gross has arrived for duty in England. Gross is a munitions systems specialist with the 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron. He is the son of Marcus F. and Naomi A. Gross of Defi- ance. The airman is a 1987 graduate of Harlan Community High School. Tech Sgt. Murphy is assigned to Maxwell AFB management training. She is a signed at Maxwell Air Force Base, AL. Murphy is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Olberding of Manilla. Her husband, Frankie, is the son of Raymond and Mavis Murphy of Homosassa, FL. The sergeant is a 1972 graduate of Manilla Commu- vate Robert J. Prokupek has completed training at the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, GA. He is the son of Robert M. and Gayle K. Prokupek of rural Avoca. The private is a 1989 graduate of Shelby-Tennant High School. During the course, students received training which quali- fied them as light-weapons in- fantrymen and as indirect-fire crewmen in a rifle or mortar squad. 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