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Flower girl was Beth Tremel. They wore identically styled gowns like the maid of honor. Duane Musich served as best man. Groomsmen were Bill Reid and Al Vandenberg of Council Bluffs. Ushers were Mary. Sontag and Nick Leuschen of Panama. A reception was held at St. Mary's Hall in Panama. Margaret Musich presided at the guest book. The bride graduated from Harlan High School and Capital Beauty School where she has since been employed. The groom is a graduate of Harlan High School and is employed by Harlan Builders. The newlyweds are residing at 912 Laurel St. in Harlan. METHODIST CIRCLES HOLD DEC. MEETINGS JEAN GROTE and Mrs Fred R. Grote the forth coming of their daughter, Jean to Mr Daryl Jensen of a 1965 graduate 's High School and a 1966 of C. E. School of in Omaha. She is employed at Variety Inc. Harlan. Mr the son of Mrs LaVera of North Platte, Neb. Western Iowa April 4th wedding is N FARM SUPPLY PARTY of Nelson Farm and their families were at a turkey dinner the trimmings, Tuesday hosted by Mr and Mrs and Mr and Mrs Lansman at the White Following the dinner, distributed. were Messrs and Juel and Denise, ster Fox and Gall Masher, Lake Gibson and Floyd Paizicia. E DANCE FESTIVAL IMOUTH Iabes and Boots Square of Portsmouth will ason dance festival Jan. 3 at 8 p.m. with of Des Moines calling is". Lunch will be The circles of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First United Methodist Church met December 16, 17, and 18. The program for all circles was en- titled "Christmas". DAMARIS CIRCLE, Mrs John Nelson, Chairman, met at the home of Mrs Norman Piercy with 13 members and one guest present. Mrs A1 Krogstad presented the program. Mrs Dale Seebach served the refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting. ESTHER CIRCLE, Mrs Vernon C. Jans, Chairman, met at the home of Mrs Lake Havick with nine members and one guest present. Mrs Vernon Jans gave the program. The lunch com- mittee consisted of Mrs Daryle Steinkuehler, Mrs Lake Havick and Mrs Harold K. Sorenson. MARTHA CIRCLE, Mrs Al Earhart, Chairman, met with Mrs Ray Tredway. Thirteen members were present. Mrs Franklin Hardy presented the program. Co-hostess was Mrs Laverne Petersen. REBECCA CIRCLE, Mrs James Pile, Chairman, met at the home of Mrs Richard Pauley with seven members present. Mrs Dennis Heflin presented the program and Mrs James Pile served refreshments at the close of the meetina. RUTH CIRCLE, Mrs Peter Madsen, Chairman, met with Mrs Harold Plum with 17 members in attendance. Mrs Roy Hansen presented the program. The lunch committee consisted of Mrs Dale Erickson and Mrs Frances Petersen. NAOMI CIRCLE, Mrs Audrey M. Jacobson, Chairman, met at the home of Mrs Galliard Nelson with 11 members present. Mrs Ronald McKeown presented the program. Co-hostesses were Mrs Dale Eshelman and Mrs Ronald McKeown. DINNER CLUB WITH THE W. T. SCROGGINS Mr and Mrs W. T. Scroggin entertained their Dinner-Bridge Club Sunday evening, Dec. 21. The Christmas theme was carried out in decoration. A gift exchange was enjoyed by the six couples attending. MRS ROY BARON HOSTS COFFEE FOR GUEST Mrs Roy Baron entertained at a holiday coffee Monday af- ternoon, 2-5 p.m. as a courtesy to her sister, Mrs Howard Remein, ....... ..  :, a,:in her home, CHRIS CHRISTENSEN OBSERVED 90TH BIRTHDAY Chris Christensen of route 1, Harlan observed his 90th bir- thday on Dec. 20, with open house. He received many cards and flowers. Attending were Messrs and Mmes Edwin Nelson and Harold Norman of Shelby, Art Nelson, D. D. Tarpy, Don Stewart and family of Avoca, also Beth An- dersen of Omaha and the Dick Jones family of California. From Harlan guests were Messrs and Mines Martin Christensen, Dale Christensen, Herman Nielsen, Andrew Sondergaard, Yfctor Stoffersen, David Christensen and Arnold Christensen. Also Mrs Sarah Mortensen, Mrs Walter Pedersen, Mrs Arlene Mon- tgomery, Mrs Christine Fredricksen and the Robert Christensen family. LITERARY CLUB WITH MRS RICHARD PAULEY The Harlan Literary Club met Dec. 12 for a dessert lun- cheon with Mrs Richard Pauley as hostess. The meeting opened with a Christmas devotional. Mrs Ran Moon sang a solo "Come Unto Him" from Handels Messiah. Mrs Robert Ross read a Christmas poem. Following the opening program, a panel discussion was held on sex education. Par- ticipating were Mmes Don Mathiasen, Wayne Moody, Grant Finley and Elmer Norgaard. SHARON KAY RICHARDS Mr and Mrs C. W. Richards of Harlan announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Kay Richards to Peter Brien Swarm, son of Mr and Mrs Stanley Swarm of Leavenworth, Kans. Miss Richards graduated from Harlan high school and Wayne St. College. She is an associate speech therapist in Council Bluffs. Her fiance is associated with the Acme Organ Co. in Omaha. A June wedding is planned. Nissen - Jensen vows Dec. 20 Wanda Nissen, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. C. Nissen of Audubon, was united in marriage to Nell Jensen, son of Mrs Ellen Jensen of Kimballton and the late PYed Jensen, Saturday, Dec. 20, at Immanuel Lutheran church in Kimballton. The Rev. Herald Knudsen officiated at the double- ring ceremony at 7 p.m. The bride wore an off-white, street length dress of linen, featuring hand crocheted bell sleeves. Her corsage was of green orchids trimmed with yellow and green ribbon. Mr and Mrs David Featherstone, brother-in-law and sister of the bride were the at- tendants. Mrs Featherstone wore an off-white two-piece knitted suit. Her corsage was of yellow chrysanthemums. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. A three tier wedding cake, encircled with holly, centered the bride's table. Mrs Charles Barnes cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs Roy Lawson, sister of the bride, poured coffee and Mrs Robert 'Fhielen, sister of the bridegroom, dipped punch. The couple will reside in Audubon. WEAR WHITE AT NIGHT "It is important that the public be informed of the life- saving potential of wearing white after dark" says Dan McCarthy, safety dept. mgr. of the Motor Club of Iowa. Over half of all pedestrian fatalities occur during hours of darkness when reduced visibility on the part of both the motorist and the pedestrian plays a major role in the death toll. McCarthy went on to say, PAGE 5 Harlan, Ia. News Advertiser Man. IMcl, ning, Dec. 29, 1969 Phone 755-3111 Propose levee MARIE EURITT wed Mr and Mrs Marion Euritt of Mount Ayr announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marie, to Philip Burmeister, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Burmeister of Harlan. Miss Euritt, a 1968 graduate of Northwest Missouri State College of Maryville, Mo., is presently teaching at Lamoni, Ia. Her fiance is a graduate of the Harlan Community School and Northwest Missouri State College in 1966 where he was affiliated with the T.K.E. fraternity. He is presently serving as a Chaplain's assistant with the army in Vietnam and will return home in early January. February 1st is the date set for their wedding. BAPTIST MEMORIAL HOME CHRISTMAS PARTY, DEC. 22 The Baptist Memorial Home held their annual Christmas party for the residents and guests Monday afternoon with more than 80 persons m attendance. A small party was held for those on third floor who were unable to come to the program. Fruits and gifts were presented to each one. The program consisted of singing Christmas carols with Mrs Harold Pauley at the piano. The administrator, Kenneth Helmets, had devotions. Mrs Peggy Cadwell sang a solo "The Star of the East," accompanied on the piano by Annette Eastergaard. Mrs Kenneth Helrners gave a reading. The residents and staff of the at Atlantic OMAHA -- A 14-thousand- foot levee along the left banks of Troublesome Creek and the East Nishnabotna River is recom- mended for flood control at Atlantic, according to the Army corps of engineers. This recommendation is in an interim report completed by Col. O. H. Robinson, acting division engineer, Missouri River division, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Col. B. P. Pen- der.grass, Omaha district engmeer. The report is being referred for review to the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Har- bors in Washington D.C. Atlantic would be protected against discharges equal to the maximum floods of record on Troublesome Creek and the East Nishnabotna River which oc- curred in September and July 1958. The proposed levee would extend from the Chicago, Rook Island and Pacific Railroad embankment east of Atlantie's powerplant to U. S. Highway Six west of Atlantic. Work would include raising both a railroad bridge and a highway bridge. Built with three to one side slopes, the levee would have a top width of ten feet. Estimated first cost of the improvement, based on 1968 prices, is $1,451,000 of which $1,297,000 is Federal. Non- Federal costs for lands, easements, rights-of-way and for certain relocations and modifications of existing facilities would be $154,000. Operations and maintenance costs, estimated at $3,900 an- nually, would be a non-Federal responsibility. BRIX IN TEXAS WICHITA FALI_, "rex. - Airman Roger J. Brix, son of Mrs Evelyn R. Brix of 2307 Eighth St., Harlan, has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the Home presented Mr and Mrs U.S. Air Force aircraft Heliners with a gift, after gifts mechanics course. were distributed to everyone at The airraan, now trained to the home. maintain atrd service Punch and cookies were served with special treats for everyone from the Tinus Son- dergaards, the Rebekahs of Harlan and Pexton Drugs. What's New in Home Economics by Carolyn Callson ! COUNTY EXTENSION HOME ECONOMIST reciprocating engine aircraft and aircraft systems, is being assigned to Offutt AFB, Neb., for duty with the Strategic Air Command, America's nuclear deterrent force of long range bombers and intercontinental ballistic missiles. Airman Brix is a 1969 graduate of Harlan high school. New tax bill's provisions HOLIDAYS are a tune to enjoy with the family. A time everyone makes a special effort to get home. I wish all of you a joyous Holiday Season. + + + Holidays are also a time not to forget safety. Unfortunately this time of year brings a rash of fires which sadden Christmas for many families. Take that extra precaution when decorating with candles or lights and evergreens. HERE'S an early clue for you January bargain hunters. "'Save Up To 50 Percent" - "All Sportswear 25 Percent Off" - "Annual Dress Clearance - Everything Goes." These are the signs that herald the January clothing clearance sales - sales that can help you save on family clothing costs if you shop wisely. But before you pick up a bargain, ask yourself these questions: WASHING'ION, D.C. -- Here are the dates on which major tax relief provisions of the tax reform bill -- and consequent reductions in taxes withheld from pay checks -- take effect: Jan. 1, 1970- Reduction in the income tax surcharge from 10 to 5 percent. A new low-income allowance of $1,100. July 1, 1970 -- End of the surcharge. Increase in the personal exemption for each dependent from $600 to $650. Jan. 1, 1971 -- Increase in the standard deduction from the present 10 per cent of adjusted gross income up to $1,000, to 13 per cent and $1,500. Low4ncome allowance changed to $1,050. New reduced rate schedule for single persons. Now maximum earned income rate of 60 percent com- pared with present 70; but the new rate is subject to some limits. Jan. 1, 1972 -- Increase in the personal exemption to $700. L,ow- +Do you really need it? income allowance changed to +Does it fit? Or will it fit $1,000. Standard deduction raised next year if it's children's to 14 percent with $2,000 ceiling. clothing? +Are care instructions complete ? +Will the style be good next year ? +How much are you saving? +Is it well constructed? You'll find your best buys in c)ats, jackets, dresses, slacks, sweaters, sportswear and snow boots. The average savings is usually 25 percent, but you can save as much as 50 percent. "All of us who have driven at night know what a harrowing experience it is for someone to appear suddenly before us, barely giving us enough time to stop." The Motor Club of Iowa urges adults and children to take time before going out after dusk to wear or carry something white or bright. He recommended the use of tetra-reflective materials, especially for those persons whose jobs require them to be on the streets at night. New maximum earned income rate of 50 percent, still subject to some limits. Jan. !, 1973 -- Increase in the personal exemption to $750. Standard deduction raised to 15 )ercent with $2,000 ceiling. , ,i ii ,ll TYPING BOND PAPER 500 sheets good white band paper, size 8% x 11. , lt l . #5 wc.u00 -- S12o Per package. 2 packages for $2.10 Office Supply Dept. Itarlan Tribune iii i i i The Life Story of MRS ROSE ROSMANN, 83 + DEFIANCE -- Mrs Rose Rosmann was born April 6, 1886 at Shannon, II1., to Anna and Joseph Hofer. She died in Beth Israel Hospital, Denver, Cola. on Dec. 15, 1969, at 83 years, eight rod. and nine days of age. In February of 1905 she married George Rosmann in illinois, and to this union one daughter was born. After their marriage they came to the Defiance vicinity where they farmed for a short time before moving to Defiance. In January of 1954 she moved to Denver, Colo. where she made her home with her daughter and family, until her death. She was a housewife ; a member of St. Catherine's church, Denver Colo., since 1954; and a member of St, Peter's Altar Society of Defiance. Mrs Rosmann was preceded in death by her husband in April, 1943; by her parents and two sisters - Leona (Mrs Robert Rosmann) and Mary (Mrs John Coenen). She is survived by her daughter - Jeanette (Mrs Ralph Graf) of Denver, Colo.; three grand- daughters Rosemary, Ann, and Jane Graf, all of Denver) and one sister Clara (Mrs Rudolph Rosmann) of Harlan; also nieces, nephews and other relatives. Funeral services were held Friday, Dec. 19,1969 in St. Peter's church in Defiance. The Rev. Arthur McCann was celebrant of the Mass. Pallbearers were Leo Hodapp, Gene Rosmann, Ray Rosmann, Louis Rosmann, Joseph Coenen and Jack Kirschbaum. Burial was in St Peter's cemetery in Defiance. The Life Story of ANDREW H, CHRISTENSEN, 87 Andrew Howman Christensen, the Son of Johanna Petrea and Christen Christensen, was born of a farm near Casey, la. He lived with his family in Adair and Cass Co un]jgs before moving to a farm west o-"rarlan. On Feb. 27, 1913, he married Kathyrn Prendahl at Harian. To this union three daughters were born. After their marriage they moved near Wayne, Nebr. where they farmed for a few years. They then returned to Shelby County to a farm in Douglas Town- ship. It was there Mrs Christensen _died in 1927. Mr Christensen cnn- tinued to make this his home until 1950 when he moved into Harlan. Mr Christensen was a charter member of the First Baptist Church of Hartan. He became a resident of the Baptist Memorial Home in Harlan on Dec. 1, 1962. He died there on Dec. 19, 1969, iust 29 days after his 87th birthday. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his four year old daughter, Adeline; his parents; one brother, Chris, and his sister, Mrs Dora Jensen. Mr Christensen is survived by two daughters, Laurine (Mrs Norris WhitSon) of Harlan, and Lucilte (Mrs Richard Pedersen) of Ankeny; by nine grandchildren, and six great.grandchildren. He is also survived by two brothers - William of Modesto, Calif, and John of Sacramento, Calif. Funeral services were held Monday, Dec. 22, 1969 at Pautey Home for Funerals with Rev. Owen E. Wherrett officiating. Burial was in the Harlan Cemetery. Pallbearers were David Pedersen, Jack Pedersen, Gail Pedersen, Dick Kunz, Paul A. Pauley and Jerry L. LarSon. LETTERS TO THE / Dear Christmas City: ' God is Love! Love became Human! To be haman is to be loving. This is the reality I found Harlan to be - haman and loving. This was not an occasional oc- curence, but a daily reality - as all adult love is. Your love was not Methodist, Catholic, Lutheran, Baptist, etc., but human. I! ever denninations, nationalities, or race interfer with this reality, the community will commit communal blasphemy. I pray daily in gratitude for the Harlan Community, and that always and everywhere, anyone who encounters this community will find it Incarnate (In-The Flesh; humanly Christ-like) as I did. Christ came to serve, not to be served; to give Life; Life more abundantly. The gift has been offered; Harlan has accepted it - continue to do so. Your Brother-in-Love, Father Denny Mullin 1271 East 9th Street Des Moines, Iowa 50316 I I Area school news Christmas concert held at Shelby By BECKY BUCK SH ELBY -- Shelby-Tennant Music Department presented its annual Christmas Concert in the school gym, Dec. 17. Groups as the concert band, junior high choir, girls' sextet, and madrigal performed along with the girls' glee and high school concert choir. First on the program were four numbers presented by the band under the direction of Merle Larson. The girls' sextet then sang. A new and quite novel arrangement of an Old English carol, "The Twelve Days of Christmas," was presented by the madrigal mumbers. The girls' glee performed three songs. Last on the program was the senior choir which, after marching in to the pompous tune of "At the Name of Jesus," performed three more selections. All vocal groups were directed by Harold Chader. Accompanists for the evening were Sylvia Ploen and Carol Hockett. N. H. S. PROGRAM The National Honor Society under the direction of Mrs Edna Pike presented the Christmas program given before a high school assembly Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 23. The program consisted of what various Christmas ideas famous men in our history had about the holiday season. Following the National Honor Society, the madrigal sang. A volleyball game between the high school boys' phys. ed. class and some of the faculty. The boys won the match. Also, a grab bag for both boys and girls was held. LUTHER ALLEN Mr Luther Allen from In- tercollegiate Press and Collegiate Cap and Gown .Company visited with the seniors . last Friday. Earlier the seniors had decided on their class colors which will be red and white, and they met with Mr Allen to select invitations, order blanks and types of gowns. CALENDAR Dec. 24 - Jan. 4 - Christmas vacation; Jan. 5 - School resumes; Reserves play at Walnut; 6 - Shelby varsity plays at Irwin; 9 - Shelby at Walnut; 10 - Reserves play Avoha at Shelby; and 12 - Reserves play at Tri- Center, 6: 30 p.m. 00)PUBLIC NOTICES I NOTICE OF VACATION AND CLOSING OF SECONDARY ROAD TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Shelby County, Iowa, will hold a hearing on the vacation and closing of a secon oary road, January 21, 1970 at 10:30 A.M. in the meeting room of the Board of SuperviSorsof Shelby County, Iowa, in 1he Court House, Harlan, Iowa. Said road being more specifically described as follows: Commencing at the center of Section 6, TSON R38W and running thence north on the quarter section line a distance of approximately 0.625 mile to the North Quarter Corner of Soid Section 6, T80N R38W. Now at said lime and place, any inlerested person may appear and obiect, and be heard, and if they desire, any person owning land abutting said road, may file in writing, a claim for damages resulting from said proposed vacation of roadway. All done in compliance with Chapter 306 of the Code ot the State of Iowa. DATED this 15th day of December, 1969 SHELBY COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BY: PEDER C. ANDERSEN, . Chairman ATTEST: MILES D. CROFT, County Auditor (Pub. Dec. 29 NA) NEED PRINTING ? All types, Including Offset, in black or color - Harlan Tribune II IIII I Ill I III NOTICE EMORY'S JEWELRY STORE WILL BE CLOSED FROM DEC. 29 THRU JAN. 3 II Jill II I I IIIII IIII I I II III END OF RUMMSG SAL RUMMAGE TABLES THROUGHOUT THE STORE Prices Reduced $0% and More PiKe Goods Remnants Now Half Prke FARNER'S WILL WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31 BE CLOSED FOR INVENTORY