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 llton IElk H K" b orn- lm a ldl.1f71fJ1flfwZTff771T11f1]ffrrFlfflr177.'77f717771[lJ 12-19-89 Mrs. Clayton Nielsen en- tertained Friday at a neigh- borhood Christmas coffee. Guests included Mrs. Ernest Petersen, Mrs. Kenneth Christoffersen, Mrs. Mac Madsen, Mrs. Emil Vithen, Mrs. Harold Pieper, Marie Knudsen, and Dorcas Randolph. Gloria Lafoy was unable to attend. Mark Petersens attended the Home Mutual Insurance Christmas party at Manning last Monday evening, and the Danish Mutual party Tuesday eve. SACK TREATS FOR SANTA The Progressive Danes met for their regular meeting Tuesday eve. Mike Jensen, president, presided at the business meeting. Election of officers was held with Mildred Andersen elected as president, Shirley Nelson, vice-president and Betty Hoegh elected as board member. The group also sacked treats for Santa Claus to hand out Wednesday evening when the Danes sponsored their annual Christmas appreciation abel- skiver supper, open to the public. A large crown at- tended. Mark Petersens and Paul Christensens were in Des Moines Sunday touring the antique shops in Valley Junction Valen Christensens of Harlan visited their aunts, Ina Petersen at KimbaUton and Audrey Kemp at Salem Homes on Saturday. ENJOYED GIFT EXCHANGE Kjer Christensens enter- tained Sunday eve for their Pinochle Club. They also enjoyed a gift exchange. Present were Merle Winthers, Dale Poldbergs, Virgil Jensens, Eiwind Madsens, Burdette Poldbergs and Mildred Andersen. Anna Jacobsen, Florence Petersen and Ino Petersen were Friday supper guests of Ray Andrae. Marvin Andersens visited his father, Lawrence Andersen at the Baptist Home Saturday, and also their sister-in-law, Phyllis Andersen, a patient at Myrtue Hospital. Melvin Madsen marked his 79th birthday Monday, Dec. 18. He was honored at a party at the Salem Homes activity room Sunday with 40 friends and relatives ex- tending congratulations. TESSA & DEREK ENJOY BIRTHDAYS Edward Andersens enter- tained guests Friday in honor of Tessa's third birthday and Derek's eleventh birthday. Attending were Marvin Andersen, Mrs. Merlene Ostebee, Aaron and Heath, Mrs. David Jensen and Jessica, and Florence Tessman. Dennis Bachauses of Westside. Merlene Ostebee is spend- ing the Christmas break from the Missouri Synod Lutheran Seminary at Ft. Wayne, with his family. Also attending the school is a former Kimballton resi- dent, Kenneth Christensen of San Gabriel, CA. His par- ents were Chris L. and Mattie Christensen. Irma Madsen hosted the Literary Club Friday after- noon. Present for the dessert luncheon and gift exchange were: Virginia Nelson, Minna Larsen, Beulah Nielsen, Lorena Petersen, Esther Kepplinger, Viola Nelson, Helen Jo Kolloft, Thelma Madsen and Marjorie Petersen. the club voted to send a cash donation to the Salvation Army. Lloyd Nelsons were guests of John Nelsons Wednesday to celebrate Jeffs 7th birthday. Clyde Kepplingers and Chris J. Petersens were din- net guests of the latter's daughter and husband, Ray Modlins at Fremont, NE., Saturday. HAD HOUDAY GET-TOGETHER Spending Saturday after- noon with Ruby Knudsen at the Salem Homes for a holi- day get-together were: Lester Andersens of Denison, Harvey Andersens of Harlan, Christina Christensen of Audubon, Richard Nelsons and Judy Knudsen. Mrs. LaVerne Hansen and Marjorie Petersen attended the family Christmas dinner at the Care Center in Panora. They spent the time with James Hopkins, a resident at the Home. Dalton Hoovers and Wilma Miller also at- tended. Pastor and Carol Gronseth entertained council members and their spouses for the regular meeting and Christmas coffee Wednesday eve. Present were Tom Walls, Tony Petersens, George Hartvigsens, Ralph Jorgensens, Mark Rolds, Verner Hansens, Rick Mathiasens, Leonard Schroders, Robert Christensens, Harvey Greves, Don Madsens and Mark Petersens. Marvin Andersens, Lawrence Eskovs and Marjorie Petersen attended the get-together club suppe- held at the Harlan meal i building Thursday eve. Borrouang? ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PROGRAM Tuesday eve, the John Nelson family and Lloyd Nelsons attended the elemen- Remember to save, too. A credit union tip: Saving is paying yourself FIRST! SINCE 1939 town coun3ry Harlan 755-3881 . Westphalia 627-4621 i I IIII II I NOTICE WILL CLOSE at 3 p.m. Dec. 29, 1989 Due to end of year balancing Horn. Later they were coffee guests of Mrs. Hilda Andersen. A team of young adults, "Captive Free" presented a concert and program at Kimballton Lutheran church Sunday morning to a good attendance. The group is sponsored by Lutheran Youth Encounter and Kelly Pedersen, son of Leroy and Clara Pedersen is a member of them. Lunch was served following the presentation. RETURNS HOME Helga Lange returned to her home on Quasqueton Sunday after visiting her sis- ter, Edith Larsen. The Optimist Club mem- bers ar].d their spouses held their Christmas party at a lo- cal restaurant Sunday night. President Larry Allen gave a report of the Club's 1989 ac- tivities. Mrs. Pete Jensen (Elena) is a patient at Myrtue Hospital. Saturday eve. the Pinochle Club met at an Audubon restaurant for a Christmas supper and gift exchange. Included were Burdette Poldbergs, Lawrence Eskovs, Pete Kromans, Arnold Jensens, Ralph Mathiasens, Millie Eskov, Bus Sievers, Folmer Reich, Vernon Hoeghs, Doris Rasmussen and Lloyd Nelsons. ' Joan Karr left for her home in Houston. TX.. after Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. See me for car, home, life and health insurance. STATE FARM I N S U R A N E Call DICK DOTZLER llmlllm[ Office: 755-5825 Home: 755-3298 513 Court, HARLAN, IA State Farm Ins-urance ComDanies * Home Offices: Bloomzngton. Ilhno*s a ten day stay with her par- ents, Dr. TJ. F1vnns. Dale and Shirley Berst of St. Paul, NE. were recent guests of Clarence Kleins. Additional Sunday guests in their honor were Larry Kleins, Jerry Nielsens and Ronald Hansen. ATTENDS 4-H CONFERENCE SecB -Pg. 4B News Fri. morn., Dec. 22, 1989 I:one 755-3111 Mindy Bobbi Jo Nikelsen the 1989 Kansas Cil Conference Nov. Kansas City, MO. 600 4-H'ers event. Don't expose yourself... to deadly monoxide gas a worn out Stop In today| free phone us estimate. quality. Low Domestic and Mufflers $22" to s49" Installed & guantesd r 1 year on most cars & pickup. Lifefi guamntes also available. 0il Change Filter & Transmission Service M=mL m,M General Motors Z4 =PJ Ford & We ropla  gasket, transmission filter, adjust bands & change b'ansmission fluid. Dual Exhaust & Custom Pipe Bending Service FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY IN HARLAN. HARLAN HOUSE. 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