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Nei borhood News by KimWegener "  Sec A-Pg. 5A dan IA News Advertiser ] ri. morn., Dec. 1,1989 ] Phone 755-3111 ..// NLUS ]Births ] :sgiving Day home of Mr and r Kruse were Mr and and family, Mr Clifford Kruse and of Harlan, Jon Kruse KS., Jim Kruse, and Megan all of and Karen Ewoldt Jon Kruse left for his Friday morning. was a guest in the until Saturday. children returned to Sunday. Garnett of Har- Schools re- the Wellness Workshop at the for Education Bluffs. This work- wellness coordi- nurses, wellness members and others Iowa. taken an active interest in the ty School Program. At the Thanksgiving holiday with her son and family, Jim and Lisa Dodd, Jacqueline and Colton, in Eugene, OR. Mr and Mrs Kjeld Mad- sen, Heather and Eric of Ox- ford, OH., came early Thanks- giving morning to spend the weekend with his mother, Signe Madsen. They returned home Sunday. Larry and Betty Maness of Clearwater, KS., were guests Nov. 17-18 at the home of her sister, Kate and Alvie Bauer in Corley. They also visited her brother, Vern and Doris Stinn in Harlan and at- tended the McMurphy-Klindt wedding in Avoca. Weekend guests to cele- brate Thanksgiving at the Clifford Pedersen home were Judy Klindt of-Atlanta, GA., Raymon, Patti and Robert any ideas were Pedersen of Milwaukee, WI., exchanged along Randy and Sandy Conrad of being made for fu- Estherville, and Chad and Brad Conrad of Iowa City. NE., and Carl Norgaard of Harlan. The group had dinner at a local restaurant Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jansen of San Francisco, CA., visited at the Jansen home on Friday. Mr and Mrs Dale Winn of Westminster, CA., Sharon Winn and friend, Ken Forman of Sunnyvale, CA., spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Mordhorst. Addi- tional dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Marlin Gubbels and family, Pisgah; Merlin Wiese, Des Moines; Mr and Mrs Francis Wiese and Mr and Mrs Wayne Fink and family. Saturday guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Daigh were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Daigh, Heather, Sheldon and Jodi. Thanksgiving Day din- ner guests of Pat and Debra Groth were Pat's parents and brother, Lyle and Joann Groth and Dan Groth all of Climbing Hill, IA. and Mrs Forrest .and Elsie Juel were of Mr and y in Mor- guests of were Mildred and Mr and Petersen, Mike and gton, OH. Mrs Jim Findlay De Solo, WI., Worked as camp fee Corps Campground from 1. Their son, Tom indlay of Harlan Day weekend Johannsen, and Chris and Harlan, John and Island, NE., Kearney, NE., Adam and Ed Clarks and Lincoln, NE., Day dinner boys in Omaha. from Wednesday at the Marshall and Barb Eilts and recently returned stay in Camar- the gilts' son-in-law, Mark Mrs Jim Chris- Summit, MO., Christensen of Wednesday Marta Arrese of Spain and Vibeke Carlsen of Norway, foreign exchange students at HCHS, attended the Iowa Christian Convention in Des Moines, Nov. 24-25 with Donna Kersten, Aaron Jones, Lois and Fay Lamberson, Max Edwards and Joyce Fah. At a noon luncheon on Saturday, Laurie Kersten Stan- ton was given a baby shower at the home of Julia Roberts. Those attending from this area were Joyce Fah, Donna Ker- sten, and Nancy Kersten Carlsen of Whiting. Mr and Mrs Robert H. Daigh (Bob and Opal) have moved from rural Persia to 605 Victoria in Harlan. Thanksgiving Day guests at their home were Mr and Mrs Darrell Daigh, Chris and Heather, of Red Oak, Mr and Mrs Ron Pills and Chad of Persia, Mr and Mrs Gall Pills and Eric of Minden, and Mr and Mrs Kevin Ronfeldt and Mefissa of Persia. Thanksgiving Day din- ner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Roy P. Hansen were family members: Mr and Mrs Richard Hansen of Ames, Cindy Hansen of Ankeny and Mr and Mrs Rick Hansen and April of Huxley. April was born Oct. 30 and this was her first visit at the home of her great grandparents. David and Kathi Chris- tensen, Nathan, Nick and Noelle, Byron Christensen and Jason, Debbie Christensen and Leonard and Linda Johnson and Leslie were Thanksgiving Day guests of Dr. E.T. and Hazel Christensen in Scranton. Judi Simpson spent last Wednesday and Thursday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ken- neth Simpson in St. Joe, MO. Judi and her parents spent the weekend with Dave and Susie McCanlass in Lee's Summit, MO. They went especially to see their new granddaughter and niece, Courtenay Dianne. She was born on Nov. 22. Mr and Mrs Dale E. Swanson spent last week visiting with their sister-in- law, Mrs Leo Kohles in Villa Park, IL. The group had Thanksgiving Day dinner at the home of her son, Brian Kohles and family. Additional relatives also attended the dinner. On Sunday evening, they attended the wedding of David Kohles and Jean Marie Gal- lagher in Orland Park, IL. David is the son of Mr and Mrs Fred Kohles, Omaha. Jean is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John E. Gallagher, Orland Park. The Swansons returned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Ron Jacob- sen of Harlan, Jacie Gruhn and Guests of Mr and Mrs Deris Wilt of Manilla spent guests of Mr Edward Jensen on Thanksgiv- from Nov. 4-Nov. 18 visiting ing Day were Rev. and Mrs in Washington, D.C., Nar- Robert McBlain of Des berth, PA., Flemington and Moines, Lt. Col. and Mrs Chester, NJ., and New York )Odd has returned David McBlain and Evan, and City. They were guests of Lisa day stay over the Shawn Meyers of Bellevue, Kardell, Dave Reinig and John 20th Julia! & Dad 6-7188n0 vi7i7 f You're right, Linda. There WAS one more picture! Happy Birthday! - We Love You! Happy Birthday, Dad - almost 69l utmalalO pmml i, BOY - Jim and Kathy Cox parents of a son born Nov. 19, of Reundorf, Germany, an- 1989. He weighed 6 pounds, nounce the birth of their son on Oct. 31, 1989. He has been named Christian James. Chris- tian has a sister, Emily, 4. His grandparents are Mr and ......... Mrs Loy Cox, Springdale, 10 1/2 ounces and has becn named Jason Edward. Jason has a sister, Jessica, 3. His grandparents are Paul and Vesta Delp, Oregon, MO., and Alfred and Sue Schmidt, AR.,and Mr and Mrs Warren Craig, MO. His great Ladd, rural Kimballton. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs ......... ' great grandmothers are Mrs Wade Whitham, and Mr and Pearl Boydston, Arkansas, and Mrs John Trauernicht all of Mrs Rose Petersen, Harlan. Craig, MO. His great great grandmother is Mrs Ethel BOY - Jeff and Deanna Cook all of Craig, MO. Schmidt, Westphalia, are the I School Lunch Menu KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers Bloodmobile makes stop in Shelby The American Red Cross Bloodmobile made a stop in Shelby last week. There were 72 registered donors, three deferrals and 60 productive units taken. First time donors were Brenda Pauley and Larry Andersen of Shelby. Above, Jacquetta Tucker of Persia (left) and Jenae Nihsen of Shelby pre- pare and label blood bags. Recognition was given to Terry Book, one gallon, Portsmouth; Franklin Paul, two gallon, Persia; Richard Goshorn, three gallon, Shelby; Richard Mattox, Ralph A. Eggerss and Catherine Thoms, four gallon, Shelby; Keith Madsen, six gallon, Elk Horn; Nick Bruck, eight gallon, Portsmouth; and Paul Eggerss, twelve gallon, Avoca. I Harlan News Poepsel in Oakton, VA. They were guests of Dave Reinig and John Poepsel at the White House for the reception for President Aquino from the Phillipines on Nov. 9 on the South Lawn of the White House. President Bush and President Aquino inspected the different branches of the Armed Services there. The group also visited the Lincoln Memorial, Washing- ton Monument, Iwo Jima Statue, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, J.F. Kennedy Per- forming Arts Center, White House (west wing), Old Executive Building, Capital, Smithsonian, Castle Air and Space Museum, Museum of American History, National History Museum, Mr. Vernon, Alexandria and Georgetown. They also visited the Senate while in session on the new wage law. Lisa Kardell accompanied the group to Narbeth on Thursday and Friday and were guests of Mr and Mrs Jeff Brown, Andrew and Billy. They toured Philadelphia on Friday. They attended the wedding of Jay Tiarks and Noel Keissler on Nov. 11 in Flemington, NJ. Dave Reinig and John Poepsel were groomsmen for Jay. On Sunday, Ron and Faye Jacobsen, Jacie Gruhn, Doris Wilt, Fritz and Janice Tiarks, Janelle and Jackie, celebrated Fritz's birthday in New York City. They took the ferry boat to Staten Island and viewed the Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center and Brooklyn. The Ja- cobsen group went on to Chester, NJ., and the Tiarks group went to Philadelphia, PA. The Jacobsens were guests of Mr and Mrs James Jefferies, Alex and Care, at Chester. Gloria and Faye are first cousins. They saw where George Washington had his troops stationed in the Civil War and several other historial sights. They all returned to Wash- ington, DC., the remainder of the week. They finished their tours in D.C. staying with Lisa Kardell. The group reported the weather was in the 60s and 70s and the leaves were still on the trees. They stated that the Eastern states were gorgeous and that it was a perfect time to travel. Cattlemen set date for annual meeting Jan. 22 Monday, Jan. 22 is the date set for the annual banquet and meeting of the Cattlemen's Association of Shelby County. It will be at Vet's Auditorium. A humorous speaker has been booked for entertainment. NOTICE 1-90 SUBSCRIBERS Check the date on your sub- scription - it is stamped right after your name on page one. If it says 1-90 that means your paper expires this month and will be stopped on Jan. 1, 1990. Harlan School lunch program : (Dec. 4-8) HCHS Monday - hamburger with pickles and catsup, French tries, apricots, sugar plum bar. Tuesday - frank in a school made" bun, ranch-cut fries, seasoned green beans, pineapple. Wednesday - breaded veal parmesan patty spaghetti with sauce, schoo made bun with jelly. Thursday - beef mexi-cup with tortilla chips, corn, blueberry muffin, peaches. Friday - grilled cheese, tri- tators, fruit cup, peanut butter- fudge bar. Chef salad lunch and salad ickles and catsup French ies, applesauce, struesel coffee cake. Friday- chicken nuggets, au gratin potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower, warm muffin with butter. Salad bar is available every day. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served .every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. HMS-Breakfast Monday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with butter and jeluesdayl,, . orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with butter and bar are available every day. jelly or pancakes with butter Bread and butter sandwiches, anosyrup. peanut butter sandwiches and Wednesday - fresh orange milk are served every meal. slices or apple juice, choice of Chocolate milk is available cold cereal, toast with butter every Friday. HCHS-Breakfast Monday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with butter and jeluesdayh, . orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with butter and jelednesdayh, . orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast and jelly or French toast with butter andsyrup. Thursday. choice of fresh banana orange juice or apple, cho ce of coldcereal, toast and jell'riday - orange juice or apple iuice, chmce of cold cereal, toast and jelly or warm muffin with butter. 1/2 pt. of milk is served with every breakfast. Cold cereals available every day are: Cornflakes, Cheerios, Rice Krispies, 40 percent bran flakes. Harlan Middle School Monday - pork ribette with barbeque sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, cornbread and syrup, pears. Tuesday - tuna and noodles, peas, peaches, brownie. Wednesday - chili with crackers, relishes, school made cinnamon roll, fresh fruit. Thursday- hamburger with and jelly. Thursday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with butter and jelly or warm cinnamon bread. Friday- orange juice or apple juice chome of cold cereal, toast and jelly. 1/2 pt. of milk ts served with every breakfast. Cold cereals available every day are: Cornflakes, Cheerios, Rice Krispies and 40 percent Bran Flakes. West Ridge New Park Schools Monday - pork ribette with barbeque sauce, mashed potatoes and gravy, cornbread and syrup, pears. Tuesday - tuna and noodles, peas, peaches, brownie. Wednesday . chili with crackers relishes school made c nnamon ro, fresh fruit. Thursday - hamburger with pickles and catsup, French fries, applesauce, struesel coffee cake. Friday - chicken nuggets, au gratin potatoes, broccoli and cauliflower, warm muffin with butter. Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every meal. Chocolate milk is available every Thursday. CRAFT l ' +l SUPPLY: ' SALE i i 8 ways to say... y Hohdays! 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