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Nei hborhood News by Kim Wegener F Sec A- arian I1 Ne ri. morn., Dec. 22, 1t Phone 755-3111 Scott Allen Nollen re- ceived his master of arts degree in history from the University of Iowa on Dec. 16. Attending the commencement at Hancher Auditorium were his wife and son, Karla and Scan Nollen, his sister and nephew, Debbie Nollen and Nathan Brown of Iowa City, his parents, Harry and Shirley Nollen and grand- mother, Ann Stolz all of Har- lan. Morgan and Agnes Camery of Le Sueur, MN., spent Tuesday through Thurs- day with Morgan's mother, Cecil Camery. Glen Rixen had triple by- pass heart surgery Dec. 14 at Immanuel Medical Center in Omaha. He is reported as get- ting along well and is out of intensive care. First Birthdays ASHLEY BROWN SAMUEL STEIN Mrs Arthur Camery ac- companied her daughter-in-law, Mrs Robert Camery and Teri Sue of Atlantic and Mr and Mrs Ken Peppmeier of Creston to Iowa City on Dec. 16 to at- tend the University of Iowa graduation ceremony at Hancher Auditorium where her grandson, Brent Camery, re- ceived his Master of Arts :Degree in History. Births Ashley Jo Brown celebrated her first birthday, Dec. 21. She is the daughter of Rick and Jo Brown, Harlan. Ashley has a brother, Gabe, 6. Her grandparents are Charles and Wilda Knudsen, Liberal, KS., and Duane and Bev Brown, Harlan. Her great grandparents are Martha Mortensen, Pleasanton, CA., and Dale Brown, Harlan. Samuel Joseph Stein cele- brated his first birthday on Nov. 25. He is the son of Al- bert and Patty Stein of Portsmouth. Samuel has one sister, Carly, 13, and two brothers, Jorge, 14, and Peter, 9. His grandparents are Mrs George James, Harlan, and Mrs Carl Stein, Portsmouth. I Holiday Parties GIRL - Roger and Rose- mary Young of rural Neola be- Over 200 people came the parents of a daughter on Dec. 9, 1989. She has been attend MMH named Ariel Elizabeth. Ariel has one sister, Lianua, 3. Her grandparents are Nell and Marian Pauley of Persia, and Lawrence and Esther Young of Hancock. Her great grandparents are Mary Schwieso of Neola and Rose Pauley of California, Me. GIRL. Joe and Linda Wendling of Olpe, KS., an- nounce the birth of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, on Dec. 14, 1989. She weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Elizabeth has a sister, Alison, 14, and a brother, Rex, 11. Her grandmother is Lois Rasmussen of Harlan and the late Carl Rasmussen. BOY- Pete and Penny Home, Omaha, announce the birth of their son on Dec. 15, 1989. He weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces, and has been named Peter Nathan Home, Jr. His grandparents are Fred R. Home Jr., and Mr and Mrs Turk Tourtellot all of Omaha. employee dinner Myrtue Memorial Hospi- tars annual employee reogni- tion dinner for employees, board of trustees, medical staff and their spouses and guests was held Dec. 9 at the Harlan Golf and Country Club. Approximately 232 people were in attendance. The evening, which featured a social hour, prime rib dinner, employee service awards and dance, was organized by the hospital s employee activity commmittee. Committee members are Jill Bladt, Jan Blum, Nancy Boettger, Donna Escher, Darla Hansen, Peg Jans, Connie Kienast, Jackie Lefeber, Mary Petersen, Linda Quinn, JoAnn Rose and Cheryl Swearingen. Program speakers were Chuck Millburg, hospital ad- ministrator; Jack Kenkel, board chairman; Dr. Gary Erbes, president of the medical staff; Jackie Lefeber, chairperson of the employee activity commit- tee; and Celine Kay, RN. EMPLOYMENT MILESTONES The following were recog- nized for reachin employment milestones wtth Myrtue Memorial during 1989. 35 years-Judy Knott, 30 yrs.- Donna Escher and Mary Paol- lazzi, 20 yrs.-Myrtle Klindt, Kathy Wilwerding and Rae Zimmerman, 15 yrs.-Bob Cashatt, Dean Claussen, Lois Field, Marilyn Kleffman, Phyllis Monahan and Judy Zea; 10 yrs.-Marilyn Keane, Nadine Kenkel, Betty Martens, Kathy McCarthy, JoAnn Rose and Betty Schmidt, and five years: Kathy Gau, Marvin Harris, Lois McDermott and Cheryl Swearingen. CDS Inc. Christmas party held Dec. 16 Approximately 485 people attended the CDS Inc. Chr,istmas party on Dec. 16 at Vet s Auditorium in Harlan. Guests at the dinner and dance were employees and their spouses. Music was provided by the band, Competition. Special guests were CDS Inc. president, Don Ross and his wife of Des Moines, CDS Inc. executive vice-president John Meneough and his wife of Des Moines, also Mr and Mrs Paul McCarthy, Mr and Mrs Jim Patterson, Mr and Mrs Scott Meeks, and Mr and Mrs Dennis Luther all of Des Moines. Several drawings were held throughout the evening. Grand prtze winner Elaine Goetz received a 19 inch color television. Mary Ploen and Sandy Larson won $50 Chamber gift certificates. Crystal Pash won the table centerpiece. Receiving $25 Chamber gift certificates were Donna Gessert, Sandy Lorenzen, Ann Mayne, Alma Wilwerding, Irene Ewoldt, Wendy Schwery, Regina Weihs, Ruby Martin, Betty Olson, Nancy Kaufman, Jean Stahl and Betty Feser. After Christmas Sales , Tues. - Sat., Dec. 26 - 30 Spring items not included. of i 606 Market Harlan, IA Scott Nollen to be featured I on KMTV-3 KMTV-3 will feature for- mer Harlanite Scott Allen Nollen of Iowa City on the 12 p.m. Midday portion of the ..... newscast on Dec. 28. Scott will be interviewed on his recent published book, The Boys: The Cinematic World of Laurel and Hardy. Adeline has high at bridge Mick Bicker was when bridge club Tuesday afternoon at t of Isabell At bridge, high score, Zita Engel,! and Dorothy lation and traveling. The club will 2 at the home of Alice I Tryouts for WIAA plays set for Dec. 28-29 Tryouts for the Western Iowa Arts Association's two one act-plays, Early Frost and The Income Tax will be held Dec. 28-29 at 7 p.m. in the Laurel Community Center in Harlan. Production and music peo- ple are needed as well as actors and actresses. Two young girls (12-14) are needed for the drama. Congregate mealsite menus (Dec. 25-29) Monday- Christmas Day- closed. Tuesday- cook's choice. Wednesday - roast beef, mashed potatoes, peas with carrots, dinner roll, bread pudding with lemon sauce. Thursday- fish nuggets, harvard beets, coleslaw, choice of bread, gelatin cake. Friday- meat loaf with tomato sauce, mashed potatoes, golden glow salad, choice of bread, blueberry cobbler. (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.) ISU garden ca len da rs still available Full color photos of flowers and other garden plants adorn the pages of ISU"s 1990 extension garden calendar which is still available at the Shelby County Extension Of- rice. The calendar contains ideas to help care for houseplants, trees and shrubs, lawns and vegetables. The calendar also contains helpful reminders such as when to order and plant gar- den seeds, when to prune trees and when to apply fertilizers. A plant hardiness zone map in the calendar helps gardeners select plants that will survive best in their particular climate. EVERY ITEM IN TIFF_ HARLAN Newspapers gets read - includin this little filler. Happy Birthday, Daughter! KIM WEGENER/Harlan Newspapers Middle school student council sponsors meal Members of the Harlan Middle School student council sponsored a Christmas dinner for their grandparents and area senior citizens last Tuesday. Approximately 96 senior citizens attended the holiday meal at the school. Fred Maharry is the student council advisor. Above, Jason Manz assists a man at the salad bar. Jason is a seventh grade student and the son of Larry and Debbie Manz, rural Harlan. Monroe Merry Makers and Monroe Standbys -on Nov. 26, Momoe Township res- idents gathered at the Monroe Community Center for their an- nual township meeting. Wade Mills, Monroe's representative on the extension council, con- ducted the meeting. Duane Feltz, extension direc- tor, showed slides of the 1989 county fair and shared with the group information on coming extension programs and sched- uled events. Much of the evening was spent recapping the successful year enjoyed by the Monroe Merry Makers and Monroe Standbys 4-H clubs and prepar- ing for the new year with instal- lation of officers and induction of new members. Jamie Hohz and Ranee Nielsen joined the Monroe Merry Makers and Christopher Kock joined the Monroe Standbys. New officers Installed for their respective clubs were: President-Julie Reid and Chad Manz; Vice President-Regina Smith and Christopher Kock; Seeretary-Stephanie Roenfeld and Jason Manz; Treasurer- Shelley Claussen and Adam Bentz; Reporter-Eva Ploen and Matthew Martin; Historian- Katie Johannsen and Clint Smith; Photographer-Jennifer Holtz and Wendy Martin; Recreation and Music-Jennifer Hoffman; Safety and Health- Katie Kock. Outgoing club presidents Katie Joharmsen and Charles Kock with the assistance of club members gave short reports on the different events enjoyed throughout the year. Some of The Perfect Gift To relive those precious moments Choose the video professionals to transfer those old home mSvies to VHS videotape. SAVE $1.00 on Each 50 ft. of Film Act today! Limited time only. eN Mark Jacobs PHOTOGRAPHY, INC. 1202 7th St. H/"(LAN, IOWA 51537 (712} 755-2376 the events recounted were: club Christmas parties, county pan- cake supper, roller skating party, trip to the Omaha Zoo and Old Market, father-daughter pizza party, Watkins project, livestock tour, achievement show, fair and fair dance. Linda Ploen and Ardythe Smith, organization leaders, gave junior membership and record book awards. Receiving first year pins were Regina Smith, Wendy Martin, Jennifer Holtz, Sunita Hansen, Jennifer Hoffman, Matthew Martin and Adam Bentz. Five year seals and certificates went to Charles Kock and Chad Manz; six year seals to Julie Rold and Clint Smith; seven year seal to Katie Johannsen, eight year pins to Katie Kock; and nine year pins to Andrea Smith and Chris Johannsen. Junior project awards were given to Eva Ploen-sheep and clothing; Regina Smith-horse and clothing; Sarah Wood- clothing; Becky Wood-swine; Stephanie Roenfeld-child devel- opment and self determined; Jennifer Holtz-rabbit; Jason Manz-model rocketry and Adam Bentz-swine. Record book recognition k, as given to: top junior books- Jennifer Holtz and Adam Bentz; alternate junior books-Regina Smith and Jason Manz; top in- termediate books-Chad Manz and Julie Reid; alternate inter- mediate books-Shelley Claussen and Charles Kock; top senior books-Katie Johannsen; and al- ternate senior book-Katie Kock. ORE CHRISTMAS Hurry in for your savings. SALE Fri.-Sun., Dec. 22-24 SAT. HOURS: 9 AM-9 PM * SUN. HOURS: 9 AM-3 PM 2 only MODEL 403S EUREKA 16" WIDE PATH EXTRA SUCTION POWER Super $1 Special Just... Weigh-in set for Co. market Beef weigh-in Shelby County members have been Dec. 27 from 1:30-3 Dec. 28 from and 1-2:30 p.m. Share-A-Calf weigh Wednesday Members may maximum of six animals including Calf. All weigh-ins the Shelby County grounds. Clubs and chapters I Highway 44 should on Dec. 27. Clubs south of Highway weigh in on Dec. a conflict, on either date. Marine Cpl. Shelton reports for Marine Lance Cpl. L. Shelton, son of James L. Shelton Jr., recently reported for 2nd Marine Marine Corps Air Beaufort, SC. A 1984 graduate Community High joined the Marine November 1988. ' " 25% OFF , 25% OFF ,, I ON SEWING NOTIONS I I ANY FABRIC PURCiIASEII L1 mi  l  mm l l im  #Harlan SewIr Center" ExPire12"24"S9" J L Hadan ,lwIng C=ter. Explres12-24-89. Notions Include: scissors, lain baskets, mats, cutters. SAVE 5% on already sale priced floor models. 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