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Soci lub Events byKimWegener " arSec A -Pg. 5A Inn IA News Advertiser I ri. morn., Dec. 8, 1989 ) Phone 755-3111 .// J ...... .... !iii!, = KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers 'nstructing holiday gingerbread houses rst grade students at St. Michael's School in Harlan had fun con- eting gingerbread houses last Tuesday. Above, volunteer Bernice atz of Harlan helps Katie Fahn with her house. Katie is the daughter of and Stacey Fahn, Harlan. |e students will soon be busy preparing for a cookie walk on Dec. 17. ross-Lttes says: a God shaped in all of us. The eiples of the m fill this void Our Jives. - NOTICE- Quik Stitch Monograms Has gone out of business. We are no longer taking orders. Thank your for your past patronage!  HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL! ttt- - Lavon & Ivan Andersen 'r,,00akfe,:;t with 3olgta for all ages ml:urda],, Dec. 9 9 a.rn. - 11:30 a.m. Immanuel Lutheran Church 1700 19th St., Harlan, IA Admission: $2.50 each by: Harlan Chamber of Commerce Harlan Young Mothers HARLAN AUDIOLOGY & Harlan couple marks 25th anniversary Roger and Pat Thomsen of Harlan celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Nov. 24 at the Home Federal Sav- ings and Loan community room. The event was hosted by Mr and Mrs Darren Thomsen and David Thomsen and fiancee, Dana Hill. Roger Thomsen and Patricia Musich both of Harlan were married Nov. 21, 1964 at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Harlan. They have two children: Darren, of Overland Park, KS., a graduate of Northwest Mis- souri State University, and David, a pharmacy student at the University of Iowa. The Thomsens have just returned from a trip to Las Ve- gas, NV. Literary Club to donate money for books The Harlan Literary Club, member of GFWC, met Dec. 1 in the home of Mary Louise Petersen. Louise Louis was co- hostess. Jean Doran was welcomed back as an active member. Christmas messages were sent to inactive member Dar Vin- ton, and associate members, Merrilla Hays and Lorene Laughlin. The club adopted for its Christmas project, "Books for Kids" organized by Russ Adams and IWCC. Each mem- ber is donating cash or books to be distributed as Christmas gifts to needy children in the area. Ruthe Pattison is chair- person and donations may be sent to her by Dec. 18. Dianne Lawson is in charge of the club's birthday party at the Baptist Memorial Home on Dec. 11 with JoAnn Chris- tensen as co-chair. Members are donating pies or cash and will meet at the home at 2 p.m. The program, "Color Me Happy," was to have been pre- sented by Jan Vanderlinden, telling of her safari in Africa. In Jan's memory, club mem- bers shared special gifts, read- ings, ornaments and memories of Christmas. The club gave a memorial in Jan's memory to the Harlan Community Li- brary. The next club meeting will be Jan. 5 in the home of Jane Mathiasen with JoAnn Chris- tensen as co-hostess. Mrs Mathiasen will also give the program. HHS class of 1945 looking = for addresses The Harlan High School class of 1945 has set Aug. 4, 1990 as the date for its 45 year reunion. V A dinner will be held at the 59'er Steakhouse, Harlan. Anyone having addresses of classmates outside the immediate area can contact Verlee Muller, R.R.1, Defiance, 748-7128 or Lois Hansen, 1007-16th St., Harlan, 755-7235. .> : ; 1 . ._ ,e-_...-.--= ....... -r-. I Library Lines ,y Mary Finken ABIGAIL FEEKES Abigail Feekes selected district piano winner Abigail Feekes of Harlan was selected as a district winner in the Iowa Music Teachers Association piano auditions held Dec. 2 at Lewis Central High School in Council Bluffs. Abigail, 9, is the daughter of Greg and Connie Feekes, Harlan. Her piano teacher is Dianne Lawson. She was one of two level A district winners who will ad- vance to the state auditions at Iowa State University in Ames on March 3. Additional students of Di- anne Lawson who participated in the audtions were Elizabeth Tremmel of Harlan, I rating and honorable mention in level B; Emily Bjornstad of Irwin, I rating and honorable mention in level C; and Shannon Hess of Harlan, II rating in level F. HCHS class of 1975 changes reunion date Organizers have set July 28, 1990 as the date of the HCHS class of 1975 reunion. It was originally scheduled for Aug. 4. An earlier date was chosen due to a conflict on Aug. 4. The reunion will be held at the Harlan Golf and Country Club with a meal and dance provided. Anyone having addresses of out of state gradu- ates should contact Janet Zim- merman, 1213 6th St., Harlan. Com m a nders plan Christmas open house The Commanders Club of the Shelby County State Banks are making plans for their Christmas open house on Dec. 22. The event will be held from 1-4 p.m. in the bank commu- nity room. Refreshments will be served and door prizes given. The Commanders recently attended the Ice Capades at Ak- Sar-Ben and Dicken' Christmas Carol at the Omaha Playhouse. Upcoming events include a trip to the Union Station, Western Heritage Museum and to the Mormon Center to view the 50 gingerbread houses and creations on display. Santa is making his headquarters at the library. He made his first appearance Saturday, Dec. 2. The activity room is festive with an art display from the high school students and decorated tlees from organizations in the community. The Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a contest for the best-decorated tree. Stop in the library and cast your ballot for your favorite tree. The Teen Board decided at their last meeting to adopt a family for Christmas. PAUP TREATS The library will again be sending treats to the school chil- dren, thanks to the terms of the will of Mr. H.H. Paup - who also donated funds to build the original library in Harlan. After the library was built in 1924, support from individuals and or- ganizations in the community continued. The new building came about as a result of contributions from the community. Individual contributions made possible the purchase of much of the equipment that is in the library. Your support and inter- est is appreciated. FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE Take time out from your busy schedule to relax with a good book. Some of the best sellers that are in the library are: Nixon, Vol. 2, The Triumph of a Politician, 1962-1972, by Stephen E. Ambrose Lone Tree: A True Story of Murder in American's tteartland, by Bruce Brown Straight, by Dick Francis Out of the Blue, by Orel Hershiser My Turn, by Nancy Reagan Education era Wandering Man, by Louis L'Amour The Pillars of the Earth, by Ken Follett Caribbean, by James Michner Some Can Whistle, by Larry McMurtry Poodle Springs, by Raymond Chandler California Gold, by John lakes Eckhoff-Kline wed in Omaha ceremony Christine L Eckhoff and Charles V. Kline were married at Rockbrook United Methodist Church in Omaha, NE., on June 10, 1989. Dr. Larry LaVeUe performed the 6 p.m. double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs Gilbert Eckhoff of Omaha, and Mr and Mrs Charles Kline of Harlan. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maids of honor were Joy Eckhoff and Julie Giesler both of Omaha. Bridesmaids were Jody Holmes, Omaha; Janice Koukol, Wash- ington, DC., Susan Olson, Omaha; Kathy Marvin, San Diego, CA., and Diana LaBarge, St. Louis, Me. Best man was David Kline, Brookings, SD. Groomsmen were Mark Kline, Rockville, MD., Phil Markham, Perry, IA., Ron Schmidt, Temple Hills, MD., Jeff Gater, Col- orado Springs, CO., Bill Rauterkus, Tucson, AZ., and Bob Schimerowski, Earling. Ushers were David Newlin, Omaha; and Scott Markham, Des Moines. Jon Simons was the candlelighter. Music was provided by or- ganist Carol Steinke and vocalists Lynn MacMaster and Penny and Mike Overman. A reception was held at the Happy Hollow Club with Mr and Mrs Dan Koukol and Mr and Mrs Gary Kline as hosts and hostesses. The bride is a graduate of MR AND MRS CHARLES V. KLINE Omaha Westside and received a B.A. in speech communication from the University of Ne- braska-Lincoln. She is a train- ing manager at First Integrated Systems. The groom is a graduate of Harlan Community High School and received a B.A. in management-marketing from Simpson College. He is a product development coordina- tor at First National Bank of Omaha. The couple took a wedding trip to England and Ireland. The Klines reside in Omaha. l First Birthdays "] JESSE MICHAEL BLUM Jesse Michael Blum cele- brated his first birthday, Dec. 5. He is the son of Gary and Ann Blum of Earling. Jesse has one brother, Matt, 8, and a sister, Jenna, 5. His grandparents are Mr and Mrs Don Blum of Def'mix and Mr and Mrs Joe Tremel of Earling. David Kenkels celebrate 25th an n iversa ry PANAMA - David and Joyce Kenkel celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on Nov. 25 with a Mass at St. Mary's Church here. David's brother, Rev. Leonard Kenkel of Des Moines celebrated the Mass. Members of the family par- ticipated in the liturgy of the Mass. A reception, dinner and dance were held in St. Mary's Hall following the Mass. Relatives attending the cel- ebration were LaVerne and Odelia Foxhoven, Ken and Jane Foxhoven, Gaff Foxhoven family all of Earling, June Foxhoven and Lyn Schneider, Omaha; Shawn Foxhoven, Spencer; Michelle Schneider, Maryville, Me., Cindy Schneider, Cedar Falls; and Doug Schneider, Portsmouth; Rev Leonard Kenkel, Des Moines; Lauretta Kenkel, Knoxville. Additional relatives attend- ing were Sister Sylvia Kenkel, Atchison, KS., Mike and Pat Kenkel, Mark Kenkel and fi- ancee, Sandy, of Chicago, Sylvan Kenkels and Terry, Damian Kenkels and Chad, Gene Kenkels and family all of Panama, Kris Schaben and Dustin, Rodney Kenkel and Jeff Kenkel all of Council Bluffs, Tim and Jennifer Mal- corn, Griswold. David and Joyce were mar- ried Nov. 28, 1964 at St. Joseph's Church in Earling. HEARING AID CLINICS 4yRTUE"- MEMORIAL HOSPITAL PROFESSIONAL VISION CARE BUILDING ' 1213 Garfield, Harlan, IA ....... Say S I We assume no responsibility for pictures 211012thSt.. 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