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, Neighborhood News by KirnWegener ' Sec A- Pg IA Fri. morn., Kenard Christensen and Lori were in Scranton on Sun- day to visit Doc and Hazel Christensen. Additional guests at the Christensen home were David and Kathi Christensen, Nathan, Nick and Noelle of Harlan. Mr and Mrs Arlin Sorensen, Mr and Mrs Dale Sorensen and grandchildren, Peter and Laurie of Harlan and Mr and Mrs Terry Cue of Av- pea attended funeral services for Mrs Mildred Gregory, 65, in Cedar Rapids on Nov. 26. Mrs Gregory, who had been suffer- ing with cancer the past four months, is survived by her husband, Marvin and son, David Gregory of Cedar Rapids, two daughters, Nancy (Arlin) Sorensen, Harlan, and Mary Johnson, Portland, OR. Rhoda Graves, Leanna Jensen and John Jensen at- tended the University of Northern Iowa production of "Forties" and "Waiting for a Parade" last Friday in Cedar Falls. Janeen Jensen, daughter of Jim and Jane Jensen of Har- lan, played a soldier's widow in the play. The Jim Jensens at- tended the first performance of the play the previous weekend. ISU garden c a I e n d a r s are available The 1990 edition of the Iowa State University Exten- sion Garden Calendar is now available at the Shelby County Extension Office. The essence of each season is captured on full-color pages of the calendar. The calendar has helpful reminders about planting, harvesting, fertilizing and lists other extension publications that contain de- tailed horticultural information. DEIRDRE POST Deirdre Post is winner in Mr and Mrs Henry piano contest Paulsen returned last Saturday from a trip to Hjorring, Den- mark. They stayed with their daughter and family, Rev. and Mrs Kjeld Grarup and daugh- ters, Anna Marie and MaiLis. During their stay, they cel- ebrated Thanksgiving, Christ- mas and the birthdays of Kjeld and Anna Marie. The Paulsens also visited other relatives in Denmark. Congregate mealsite menus (Dec. 11-151 Deirdre Post, 9, was named a winner at the Southwest Iowa Music Teachers Association Piano Contest held Dec. 2 at Lewis Central High School, Council Bluffs. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Post of Harlan. In the spring, she will compete on the state level. Additional piano students of Linda Post who participated were Coby Carstens (Kenard) in level A, through age 9. He received a I rating, honorable mention and made the theory honor roll with a score of 96 percenL Adam Schechinger (John) received a II rating in level B, ages 10 and 11. Ben Post (Ben) Monday- breaded fish patty, scalloped corn, pickled beets, bun, apple crisp. Tuesday- New England beef dinner: potatoes, carrots, cabbage, onion, choice of bread, chocolate cake. Wednesday - turkey ala king, green beans, apple salad, biscuit, sugar cookie. Thursday- pork loaf, au gratin potatoes, baked squash, choice of bread, fruited gelatin. Friday- lasagna, spin ach with vinegar, lettuce salad with Italian dressing, garlic bread, peaches. (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.) received a I rating and was named first alternate in level C, ages 12 and 13. Lori Ohlinger (Richard), Portsmouth, played for cOmments only. Geri Weihs (Ron), Deft- ance, received a II rating in level D, ages 14 and 15. Monday bridge winners named Driver's License renewals here each Saturday 8 to 3 p.m. at Court House. Shelby County Cancer Society members honored Members of the Shelby County American Cancer Society were honored during a quarterly meeting on Monday. Les and Georgene Peters also reported on the Great American Smokeout at the meeting. The next board meeting will be in March. Front from left: Ruthe Pattison, Outstanding Unit Volunteer, Harlan; Ruth Julius, 30 years of service Piano students perform in fall recital Dianne Lawson presented her piano students in a late fall recital on Nov. 30 at the Har- lan Community High School. Students performing were Matthew and Shannon McKin- ney (Ronald and Sara), Garrett Burchett (Richard and Cindy), Jon and Shelby Rosmann (Michael and Marilyn), Donald Davidson (Roger and Linnea), Chris Whitaker (Michael and Ellie), Abigail Feekes (Greg and Connie), Kathy Tremmel (Mrs Tom), Elizabeth Tremmel (Tom and Kathy), Emily Bjornstad (Ned and Diane of Irwin), Ryan Lawson (Steve and Dianne), and Shannon Hess (Mrs Steve.) Monday duplicate bridge NOTICE 1-90 winners at the Harlan Golf and Country Club were North- SUBSCRIBERS South: Ferne Gibson, Martin Check the date on your sub- Zaccone, high; Margie scription - it is stamped right Schenck, Jan Stamp, second, after your name on page one. East-West: Mary Chris- If it says 1-90 that means your tensen, Frances Goodner, high; paper expires this month and Louise Louis, Faye Kannas, will be stopped on Jan. I, second. 1990. " 8 ways to say... "Happy Holidays !" Dr. R.A. Davidson Family Eight delightfully different views Select from a variety of poses Photographed in studio or on location In Art Leather Folio Children - Adults - Couples - Families SAGO00 Regular $69 value --J['  Session not included ili KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers A Great Gift Idea! Still Time for Christmas! Call NOW to insure an appointmentJ You and your loved ones will be glad for years to comer i tlt (Call 755'2376  ! ,|k,v'qk,Jl  HARLAN, IOWASI537 (|LIL!/ !1 ?.%' III \\; certificate, Harlan; Celine Kay, 15 years of service certificate; Back: Dave Myers, executive vice-president of State of Iowa American Cancer Society, Des Moines; Kay Finch, area executive director, Sioux City; Ruth Sorenson, public education chairman 1988-89, Harlan; and Irene Ladd, 15 year certifi- cate, rural Harlan. - Photo Contributed Shelby-Tennant students portray famous people Amber Neumann (left) as Helen Keller and Alicia Rau as her teacher, Anne Sullivan, joined 53 other fourth, fifth and sixth grade Shelby-Tennant students for the "Night of the Notables" in November. The students became famous people in history and a large crowd tested their history skills as they asked the students questions trying to guess who they were portraying. Happy 18th Birthday Lil' J. NvMnE 31OVI" What have you done lately to make Your Community a better place? CONCRETE LAWN ORNAMENTS Large & Small Deer Sets (lying down) Several Styles of Bird Baths and Planters Make Excellent Christmas Gifts for the Hard -To-Buy-For! Ron & Kathy  Tremel EARMNG, IA "- 747-9411 National Auxiliary to make visit to Alice Hutto, National President of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be honored at a di.nner on Dec. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Harlan National Bank community room. Hosting the event will be the Shelby County Ladies Auxiliary Post 941. Hutto is from Swansea, SC., and was elected to serve as the 198990 president at the 76th National Convention in Las Vegas, NV. Her theme, Our Pledge to America, reminds members of the importance of the Auxil- iary's work, the 14 patriotic and community service pro- grams conducted each year. Hutto has served in the five national offices leading to the presidency. Last year she represented the national organization on a three-week tour of Europe, visiting NATO, SHAPE, the Berlin Wall, several military bases" and the European Auxiliaries. ALICE In con visit to Iowa, Branstad has 14 as VFW School Lunch Menu Harlan School lunch program (Dee. 11-15) HCHS Monday - tacos with shred- ded lettuce and cheese, corn, pears, brownie. Tuesday - pork ribette with barbeque sauce, mashed pota- toes and gravy, school made honey wheat bun with jelly, warm cinnamon apple slices. Wednesday- pepperoni pizza, lettuce salad with choice of dressing, peaches, school made cookie, rice with cinna- mon and sugar. Thursday- school made chicken noodle soup, relish plate, school made cinnamon roll, pineapple. Friday - fish nuggets with tartar sauce, au gratin pota- toes, cornbread with syrup, fresh fruit. Chef salad lunch and salad Thursda shredded corn, mixed fruit chip bar. Friday- I French fries apple crisp. Salad bar is day. Bread wiches, peanut wiches and milk ery meal. available Harl Sch Monda iesda app real or "ench toast syrup. Wednesda, or bar are available every day. French toas Bread and butter sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and milk are served every me, app Chocolate milk is avai|able ev- :Ral cry Friday. Friday - orange HCHS-Breakfast pie juice, choice of Monday - orange juice or toast with butter apple juice, choice of cold ce- West real, toast with butter and jelly. New Park Tuesday - orange juice or noay apple juice, choice of cold ce- meat sauce real, toast with butter and jel!y, dressing, Wednesday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold cereal or scrambled eggs, toast with bLitter and jelly. Thursday - orange juice or apple juice, choice of cold ce- real, toast with butter and jelly. Friday - fresh banana or ap- ple juice, choice of cold cereal, toast with butter and jelly or pancakes with butter and syrUarlan Middle School Monday - spaghetti with meat sauce, lettuce salad with dressing school made bun with jelly, peaches. Tuesday- hamburger gravy over mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, hot biscuits with honey, strawberries. Wednesday- school made chicken noodle soup with crackers, carrot and celery sticks, school made cheese bread, pears. over vegetables, hot honey, strawberries. Wednesday chicken crackers, carrot sticks, school bread, pears. Thursday - shredded lettuce corn,mixed fruit cuP, chip bar. Friday- hot baked beans, dill apple crisp. Bread and wiches, peanut wiches and milk ery meal. Cho available every -- PHONE YOUR NEWS 1'0 Advertising And Insurance Have A Lot In Honesty is the best policY' As an agent for New York Life, I've career on honesty. If I provide someone quality product, good service, and I maintain it throughout the years. 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