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llllIllllllll1]lllllll)llllllllllll  Panama News 11-7-89 All Saints Feast Day, Nov. 1 was duly observed at St. Mary's Church with Ft. Mike McLaughlin celebrating the 8:30 a.m. school Mass and Fr. Paul Bianchi celebrating the 7 p.m. Mass. A very impressive ceremony was held during the 5:30 p.m. Mass on All Souls Day, Nov. 2 with Fr. Paul Bianchi as celebrant assisted by Deacon Pat Davitt. 25 candles were taken up and placed on the high altar honoring loved ones who died during the past year. S.C. VISITORS Andy Schwery of Walhalla, S.C., and friend, Nick of Seneca, S.C., spent four days at the parental Jim Schwerys of Panama. While there they were honored by a family bar- becue Saturday eve. Ron Kohles of Panama was master of the grills. Those present in- cluded Jim Schwerys and Cindy, Ron Kohleses, Marcia Ohlinger, Ken Schwery, Steve Schwery and friend Sheri all of Panama; Jim Schwery Jr. and Dave Deans of Omaha. Lori Schwery of Sioux City was a weekend visitor. They all at- tended the birthday party of Jessica Ohlinger Friday eve. The S.C. visitors came espe- cially to hunt Iowa pheasants. Alice Chamberlain of Omaha is spending several days with her mother, Agnes Chamberlain and brother, Ron. Dan Schafers of Aurora, CO., spent the weekend with her parents, John Mickelses. They returned home Sunday. Little Stephen Theulen of Co. Bluffs spent the weekend at his grandparents, Bob Theulens. Dinner guests Wednesday at Resizes were Ft. Adam Reisz of Dunlap and Clarence Hasterts of Co. Bluffs and Catherine Stinn. ON THE MEND! Mrs Ethel Schafer came home from Myrtue Hospital Thursday where she spent sev- eral days receiving medical treatment. HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY, r_SSICA ! Jessica Lynn Ohlinger, daughter of Mike Ohlingers of Panama, celebrated her first birthday, Oct. 24. The party was hosted by her parents. Those present included her ma- ternal grandparents, Jim Schwerys of Panama; her pa- ternal grandfather, Clete Ohlinger of Pocahontas; great- grandmother, Florence Ohlinger of Harlan; Ron Kohleses, Sara, Angle and Linda of Panama; Andy Schwery and guest of Walhalla, S.C.; Mike Schwery of Dunlap; Lisa Schwery, Jaimie and Lyndsey of Omaha; Ken Schwery of Panama; Steve Schwery, Sheri Straight, Christopher, Stephany and Maranda of Woodbine; Lori Schwery of Sioux City; Cindy Schwery of Panama; Kathy Sernett, Steven and Ryan of Laurens; Kelly Ohlinger of Harlan; INSIDE PETERSEN BATTERY & ELECTRIC LONG GUNS AMMO HAND GUNS RELOADERS USED GUNS RELOADING SUPPLIES RICK SCIRANKO 712-755-2561 1114 6TH STREET, HARLAN, IA 51537 ll I I 204.23 ACRES FOR SALE Marita Sonderman Estate 1 1/2 miles west of Portsmouth, IA Great living place for family. 5 bedroom house with large modern kitchen, 2 large barns, drying and grain storage, large crib, garage, hog & storage buildings. 198.2 CROPABLE ACRES Corn Base 109.2. Yield 104. available at Buckley & Sojka Law Of- fices, 1121 7th St., Box 307, Harlan, Iowa 51537. B .U Z .Q .P_ .F, I2I.GJ Dec. 1,1989 at 1 p.m. Only per- sons making a written-bid can attend the opening & will be allowed to make additional verbal bids. We reserve the right to reject any and all bids. TERMS'. 10% down on Dec. 1, 1989 & signed purchase agreement. Balance due & posession given March 1, 1990. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The South one-half of the North- west Quarter, the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, the North One-Half of the Southeast Quarter and the West (2) rods of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Half, all in section 18, Township 79 North, Range 40 West of the 5th p.m., Shelby County, IA CONTACT PERSONS: Bob Kenkel, (402) 572-7441; Sandy Sonderman (402) 734-2979 III II I Cindy Mages of Panama and Dave Sternbergs of Shelby. Supper and cake was served, followed by gift opening. A surprise visit from a clown en- tertained the children. St. Mary's Sewing Circle met Thursday afternoon with 13 members and three guests, Carol Wegner, Sally Kohles and Catherine Stinn present. Cornelia Leuschen served the lunch. Cecelia Waltz and Tillie Nowatzke won the door prizes. Duane Reinigs, Chad and Brian of Portsmouth were lun- cheon guests Sunday of her parents and their grandparents, Sylvester Michelses. Bill Finkens of Harlan vis- ited Thursday with her father, Gus Hastert. ENJOYED SATURDAY DINNER Saturday eve dinner guests of John Mickelses at a local restaurant, coming especially to see their guests, Dan Schafers of Aurora, CO., were Ron Mickelses and Ken Mickelses and their sons, Jason and Jeff all of Omaha; Andy Gross family of Des Moines; Nick Mickels and Joe Fahns. Luncheon guests of Mrs Cornelia Reinig Thursday eve were B.J. of Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha; Harold Swensons of Moorhead and Bernard Swensons of Harlan. Domar Knudsons of New Castle, NE., were Sunday din- ner guests of Larry Finkens. ATTENDED WAKE SERVICE Bill Goetz family and Ken Muell family attended the wake service of their sister-in- law and aunt Joyce Goetz at the Pauley Funeral Home and also the Mass of Christian Burial at St. Peter's Church, Def'mnce, Saturday forenoon. Mrs Cornelia Reinig and her daughter, Mrs Bernard Swenson of Harlan were Sunday dinner guests of Lloyd Donns in Woodbine. Hollis Bledsoes of Omaha visited Monday with her mother, Mrs Hilda Fahn. Charles Reynoldses of Omaha; Ken Eschers, Nickie Gubbelses all of Harlan; Mike Tremels, Brad and Chrstina of Earling; Joseph Fahns, Jamie Fahns and Megan, Dean Gubbelses, Adam and Charles, Phil Gubbelses, David and Dennis and Mike Wingerts at- tended the Mass at St. Mary's Church Saturday eve for their father and grandfather Leo Fahn and enjoyed dinner with their mother and grandmother, Mrs Hilda Fahn at a local restaurant. Alvin Chamberlain and Paula Arnold of Omaha were supper guests of his mother, Agnes Chamberlain and Ron, Sunday. lIiII/lllllJlllllllllllllllllll.[llllllllJl Westphalia News VlllllllllllllIlllllllmtllllllllllll /J 11-7-89 The Sewing Circle met Thursday afternoon with 13 members present. They sewed on two large, quilts. Kay Schechinger provided lunch. Joe Wehrs were Friday eve guests at John Digilios in Omaha. ATTENDED CHILl SUPPER Bill Schwartes of Panama; Nell Shavers of Co. Bluffs and Alvin Schmitzes met Sunday at the U.M.B.A. Hall in Underwood to attend the Weston, St. Columbanus an- nual parish chili supper. Cecelia Weihs was hostess for her 500 Card Club, Wednesday afternoon. Til Schmitz had high score and Marie Blum consolation. Andy Grosses of Des Moines were weekend visitors of Emil Grosses. Sunday visi- tors at Grosses were Walt McCoy family of Des Moines. Fr. Ken Gross came Sunday afternoon and returned home Monday. HARD WORK PAYS OFF Oct. 28, Eldred Schmitz, Jeron, Joni and Therese Henscheid, along with Jerry, Sue, Matthew and Emil Gross attended the Iowa Betterment Program at the Convention Center in Des Moines. They attended workshop on how to make your community a better place to live. Gov. Branstad handed out the Governor's Leadership Award to Jeron Henscheid for his work in the community bet- terment and efforts in tourism and German Heritage. At 6 p.m., the Community Awards Banquet began. The first place winner in the 0-250 popula- tion category over the whole state was announced with Westphalia being the winner. The awards program will be televised on Channel 5- W.O.I., Ames at 4 p.m. on Nov. 12. Westphalia Betterment also received a $500.00 check for first place. CLASS OF '3 9 REUNITES The "Class of 1939 of St. Boniface High School" cele- MANAGE YOUR WAY TO THE TOP Shift Supervisor FINANCIAL HELP Excellent starting pay...outstanding benefits...a solid training program...if this sounds like the kind of management program you've been looking for, we have a career opportunity for you that promises to be professionally and financially rewarding. As a major division of Pepsi Co., Inc., with over 4,000 restaurants worldwide, we can train you to manage a full service restaurant, and then progress up our Manage- ment levels. How doyou qualify? Managerial/Supervisory experience in business or food service industry preferred. A high school diploma is required. To arrange for your interview, contact: DENINE BUCK Pizza Hut, Inc. Lincoln & Hwy 59, Harlan, IA Equal Opportunity Em M/F/H Makid It Great!" brated their 50th reunion Nov. 4. Present were Sr. Marie Hodapp of Adel; Ed and Alice (Schmitz) Kwapiszeski of Panama; Joe Leuschens of Earling; Irene (Musich) Coenen of Dunlap; Verena (Henscheid) Schomers of Westphalia; Dolores (Brinker) Blubaugh of Omaha and Norbert and Lucille (Gubbels) Kreinert of Osmond, NE. Unable to attend were Marie Ann (Schechinger) Reding of Manilla and Verner Rueschenberg of Sonora, CA. Deceased members of the class are Walt Schlitz, Merlin Hodapp and Francis Zimmerman. The group met at Verena Schomers in the afternoon, attended Mass to- gether and had supper at a restaurant in Dunlap. They then returned to Verena Schomerses for an eve of vis- iting and reminiscing. Food baskets will be placed in the back of church for the annual food pantry donations. Unperishable items can be brought anytime in the next two months. Madonna Nowatzke ot Panama visited Rosie Zimmerman one day last week. TOUR THE OZARKS Ed Goesers joined a gorup for a bus tour of six days to Ozark Country in MO., and AR. Points of interest were seeing the "Passion Play" at Eureka Springs, AK., and "The Shephard of the Hills" play at Branson, MO. They also had tours of the Shephard of the Hills Farm and their trout hatchery; the Stone Hill Winery; the Bass Pro Shop and Cheese Factory at Oceola; enjoyed a cruise on Lake Tanneycomo; spent some time at Silver Dollar City; attended the Gatlin Brothers Show and the Shoji Tabuchi Show. Enroute home they had a drive through tour of the Fantastic Caverns near Springfield, MO. Contributed: a true friend is someone who is there for you when he'd rather be anywhere else. 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. V]lll[TllllIlllllITlTllTl[lIIll)rllll[[fl[ll]T[l[lllff ]" 11-7-89 Anna Christoffersen of Salem Homes marked her 97th birthday, Nov. 2, Sunday afternoon. Kenneth Christ- offersens entertained in honor of the event. Guests included Ardythe Christoffersen of Greenfield; Arno Christ- offersens of Guthrie Center; Randy Christoffersen family of Casey; Janice DeMarenville and Brenda of Omaha; Don Christoffersen family, Leona Johnson, Ruth Hansen, Lon- nie Christoffersen, Nadine Jacobsen and Heather Petersen. CFLEBRATE BIRTHDAY Arian Christensens enter- mined at supper Friday eve for David's 4th birthday and Lucas's first birthday. Guests * Nursing Home Insurance Iprotect your assets} * Tax Free Investments (cut your taxes} IRA Rollovers (Avoid Income Tax) were Mrs Irene Green, David and Marilee Christensen, Marjorie Petersen, Cami Christensen and Alan Slight. guests of Vint Jensens also of Viola Nelsen and Lorena Audubon. Petersen attended the funeral of Helen Bumback, 82, at the John Kemps of Denver, Glidden Presbyterian Church Saturday. Mrs Brumback was the daughter of Nels A. Nelsons, one time Kimballton residents and the sister of the late Clarence Nelsen. Rick Hansens and boys en- tertained dinner guests Sunday. Included were Arnold Nelson, Kjer Christensens, Dallas Hansens and Marie Christensen. Mark Petersens and Rose Ann Larsen attended a real es- tate C.E. seminar at I.W.C.C. in Harlan, Friday. VISITING IN TENNESSEE Howard Juels returning Friday from a three week visit with their daughter and family, Steve Conzemiuses and Eric at Maryville, TN. Sunday visitors of Martha Rasmussen were her family, Bill Bjorns of Creston; Pete Testraets of Audubon and Eivind Lellehojs. Ina Petersen and Rose Ann Larsen were Sunday dinner guests of Phyllis Miller at Audubon. Arnold Nelson of Sequim, WA., returned home Monday after a weeks visit with Kjer Christensens and Maurice Nelsons at Audubon. Friday eve., Mr Nelson and the Christensens were guests of the Perry Roberts at Audubon. Sunday eve., they were dinner CO., visited his aunt, Ina Petersen, Wednesday. ATTENDED WEDDING Mrs Randall Larsen of Walnut and Chantil Larsen of Dana were Saturday afternoon visitors of Marjorie Petersen, Chantil also attended the Heath-Hepler wedding at Immanuel Church that eve. Victor Andersen spent sev- eral days last week visiting his son and family, Ed L. Andersen at Rochester, MN. Mmes Jim McClain, Verner Hansen and Art Jacobsen were I .............................................................. ] 11-7-89 Phil Daringers, Craig Daringer family, Doug Daringer family and Mrs Norma Lambert were guests at Bill Lamberts Sunday after- noon to help Lori celebrate her birthday. Phil Dreher and Carl Schmidt both of Co. Bluffs spent the weekend at Fred Dreherses. Roy Andersen visited Buster Andersen, Thursday afternoon. VISITED SUNDAY AFTERNOON Raymond Thomsens visited his mother, Mrs Alma Custer, Sunday aftemoon. Emil Krohns visited Gladys Knudsen Thursday afternoon. John Andersens spent the weekend at John Feddersens near Dow City. Ron Petersen of Kimballton and Mrs Raymond Petersen were Sunday supper guests at Bates Stepps near Kellogg. Mrs Gretchen Plumb is a patient at Myrtue Hospital. VISITING ON SUNDAY Mrs Larry Calhoon of Neola; Vicki Calhoon of Underwood and Fran Minear and girls of Westin were Sunday afternoon guests at Fred Drehers. Day Bramers, Annie Esbeck and Gladys Hoogensen were guests at Buster Andersens Thursday night. Mrs Wayne Petersen, Stacie and Jason visited Gladys Knudsen Saturday afternoon. Roy Andersen and Marilyn Bennett were Sunday dinner guests at Lynn Andersens. ATTENDED CRAFT SHOW Mrs Orville Hansen and Mrs Raymond Petersen attended Commanders Craft Show at St. Michael's Rosman Parish Center Friday afternoon. Nov. 12 is Harvest Sunday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. There will be a potluck dinner following morning services. 11-8-g9 Gene Oreers, Jack Ploerr family and Annette MIKE CAIN Investment Counselor SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Checking, Savings, Loane And More 712 Durant / Hadan / 755-21811 CID's are insured by S.A.I.F. Investments offered through Tri-Menca Securities and Home Federai's subsidiarY, N.V.S.C. are not insured by the S.A.LF. Please ask foi" more details, and a prospectus prio to investing. Santisteban and Anna were guests at Orville Hansens Wednesday night. Members of Friendly Neighbor Club attended a monthly coffee at an Elk Horn Cafe Thursday. Mrs Raymond Petersen at- tended a Past Noble Grand meeting at Shady Tree Lounge at Baptist Home Monday afternoon to celebrate Glady Reynolds and Ethalyn Petersen's birthdays. KATHERINE IS 85 Dixie Larson, Opal Marcussen, Helen Knudsen and Katherine Knudsen ate dinner out Monday in honor of Katherine's 85th birthday. Later they were guests at Katherine's home. Kenneth Hansens visited Orville Hansens Monday night. John Kemps of Aurora, CO., visited Lyle Knudsens Tuesday morning. Mrs Chino Santisteban and Anna and Mrs Orville Hansen in Perry Saturday for an open house at the Calico Shop RECOVERING FROM INJURY Sarah Petersen spent last week at her sons, Russell Petersens. She is recuperating from a chest injury suffered in a fall at her home. Doris Rasmussen spent Wednesday with her sister-in- brated his fourth j Of his parents, Richard r'.,l Helping him celeb r#-ji]  Evelyn Jensen, Vc Uy Hansens, Allan jcnsns V|$ Wayne Hansens. law, Lily Rasmussen at --'------ .,a clon " " W The wedding and reception Chrl|cs j-of, on of Dawn Heath and Troy " Jl C ' Hepler took place at Immanuel on heifer Lutheran Church Saturday eve. selection The Rev. Stephen Gronseth, officiated. The bride's parents It is estimated are Ben Heaths of Walnut and cow-calf she is also the niece of Mrs in excess of Gronseth. The wedding dance production up was hem at the Elk's Club in time, due Atlantic. fLrst-calf heifers, Vernon Hoeghs accompa- an Iowa State nied by his sisters, Myrtle Extension livestodt= Johnson and Erma Van A series of 12 Aernam of Atlantic were be presented weekend visitors of another on replacement sister and her husband, Don tion, Rhines at Ottumwa. They also ing to address attended the craft festival. Duane R. Rev. and Mrs Rob Lubben, County Erin and Allison of Hopkins, said the MN., arrived Monday for a is to visit three day visit with Lorena about Petersen and Paul Petersens. help them and nutrition Mike Sporleders of Red Oak health problemS. celebrated Tanner's second will be presented t birthday, Oct. 29. Guests were lection and Verner Hansens, Wayne well as bull Hansens, Evelyn Jensen and calf heifer. Marie Hansen of Harlan. tion contact Nov. 7, Nick Jensen cele- 3104. Certificatesii Insured . 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