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PAGE 4 Harlan, Ia. News Advertiser Mort. Morning, Dec. 2fl, 19 Phone 755-3111 CORLEY ITEMS by Mrs Mamie Hansen Mr and Mrs Jack Christensen went to Elk Horn far supper with his folks, Mr and Mrs Lesman Christen.sen, Saturday. Mr and Mrs Jack Christensen and girls went to Harlan Wed- nesday afternoon, for the school program. Mr and Mrs Russel Hansen and Jon were at the Hans Hansen home Thursday for suvver. Mr and Mrs Walter Kelly were .sitors at the Russell Hansen home Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Schmitz from New Jersey and Miss Strandsko visited at the Gary Hansen home Saturday. Gary Hansen and family visite(i the Glen Custers home in Harlan. Karla Obrecht visited at the Bob Scheel home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bob Scheel and girls at- tended the Monday evening school program their daughter Brenda participated in. Mr and Mrs Don Neilsen and family, Avoca, visited at the Walt Scheels home Sunday. Dr and Mrs Jerry Blakely and Micheal, and Mrs and Mrs Ken Christensen and Lori visited at the Alvin Christensen Sr., home Saturday. Lola Jones visited at the Christensen home that evening. Mr and Mrs Gary Larsen and family visited at the Ivan Larsen home Sunday. That evening Russell Haas and May Green visited at the Larson home. Mr and Mrs Leeman Christensen were supper guests at the I,elan Hansen home Friday at Oakland. Miss Keren Karstens was a Friday supper guest at Mr and Mrs Dewey Hansen's home. S.W. Corley by MRS WILBUR CARROLL Otto Kardell returned home from the Atlantic hospital Thursday. The Jim Kardell family of Hancock visited in the Kardell home Friday evening. Clem Brunings of Ben- nington, Nebr. accompanied Otto Kardells and Mary Ann to Grand Island, Nebr. Sunday where they were dinner guests of Mrs Ella Mae McNiel and Mike. Mr and Mrs Donald Schultz visited Mrs Emma Roennau and Marion in Council Bluffs Sunday afternoon. Ben Roennau of Akron, Ohio visited in the Roennau home for the holidays. Edwin Olsons and Linda of Kirkman, Carol Olsan of Ames, and Lt. and Mrs George (ristensen of San Antonio, Tex. were Sunday visitors in the Raymond Davis home. Emil Krohns visited in the John Ingwers home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis returned home last Thursday from a vacation for eight days with their son and family, Sgt. and Mrs Richard Davis and Tami at Phoenix, Ariz. Ernest Mohrs visited Mr and Mrs John Ingwers Sunday evening. Social Farmerette Club met Tuesday with Mrs Raymond Davis. Eight members were present. Mrs A1 Pike was in charge of the program. Each member received a corsage. A Chrisms gift exchange was enjoyed. Mrs Alvin 3ensen will be hostess to the club January 6. Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis visited with Mrs Maude Davis in the Herbert Becker home near Tennant Wednesday afternoon. The Wilbur Carroll family were Sunday dinner guests of Donald Langers of Hancock. Harry Hansens of Council Bluffs accompanied Mrs Laubert Rogers to Atlantic Saturday afternoon when they visited with Mrs Ella Schroeder and helped her observe her birthday. The Hansens were overnight guests in the Laubert Rogers home Saturday. Friends and relatives received word of the death of Mrs John Dau at Myrtue Hospital in Harlan Sunday morning. Funeral ervices were Tuesday at the Berthusen Funeral Home in Avoca with burial in Graceland metery in Avoca. Dean Babbitt of Corona, Calif. is spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs Hazel Babbitt and other relatives in this area. Willard Stevens and Dean Babbitt visited in the Babbitt rome Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lee Manz and Bill Babbitts attended funeral +ervices for Mrs Ralph Corey 'riday afternoon in the Presbyterian Church in Walnut, #ith burial in the Walnut metery. Shelby Garden Club met with Vlrs Carl Kiesel with Mrs Esther 3argenquest as co-hostess. ighteen members were present. Christmas gift exchange was told. The Shelby Centennial xokbooks were distributed to all he members. Canasta Club was en- ertained in the William Miller ome Saturday evening with pper and Christmas gift ex- 'hange. Clifford Olsop, s and Mrs Valter Pflushaupt and iaymond Davls were prize Hnners. Red Potatoes $ 100-LB. BAG 0 FOR FRUITS & VEGETABLES DELIVERED FRESH DAILY TO SWANSON'S DIRECT FROM THE GARDEN SPOTS OF U.S.A. TEXAS RAPEFRUI LARGE SIZE CALl FOR N I A CAR ROTS CEL1L'oBBAG 13 GREEN ONIONS OR CELLO BAG RADISHES YOUR CHOICE KITTY CLOVER POTATO CHIPS 10-OZ. TWIN PAC BAG SWANSON'S SANDWICH BREAD 4 -- 1 lb. loaves HEINZ TOMATO SOUP REG. CAN ICE CREAM i, ALL FLAVORS SWANSON'S '/2 GAL. I I WITH OUR LOW EVE FRESH Baked From OUR OWN OVENS-- II II ,N*S TOMATO SAUCE 4 ooo s I oo ORE-IDA |REDTAG C000FEE CAK S FRENCH FRIES I PURPLE PLUMS on ,,o., 0 PLAIN m' NO. 2 _. FOR FL::::S +oO[ 4 F0, c,. ,.,