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PAGE 7 Harlan, In. News Advertiser Mo. , Dee. 29, laSS ARE THE RULES: Defiance News by Mrs Murl Smith must reside in Shelby County.  Mrs Tillie Ahrenholtz, long must be born in Myrtue Memorial Hospital. time Defiance resident, diedDec. birth must be reported to the Harlan 20,1969in the DenisonHospitalat )ers within 72 hours. 92 years of age. She is survived time of birth, sex, weight, name of baby, and by four children, Lou and Ed of parents and name of attending CLOSEST GUESS WINS Ahrenholtz of Defiance, Pete Ahrenholtz and Mrs Harold (Grace) Benge, both of Manilla. must be reported. THIS s8°° VALUE. Funeral services were Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 23, in the United • ON L Y ON E Methodist church in Defiance. " WINNER-TRY DAUGHTER BORN YOUR LUCK! Joe Bishops are parents of a iiiii,, daughter born December 1G. Maternal grandparents are Mr ..... ......... and Mrs James of Richfield, NeD. .......... Mrs TiUie McBride of Defiance is :.i .... the great-grandmother. Mrs : Bishop is staying with her parents while her husband is in Vietnam. FREE ONE SUBSCRIPTION Friday morning coffee guests YEAR of Mrs Lee McI_,aughlin were Mmes Bill Ahrenhottz, Paul Nielsen, Gilbert Muller, Dale • To The HARLAN NEWSPAPERS MullerandAlfredNielsen. Mrs Albert Mohr, Turf and Troy of Manflla, and Mrs Bill Ahrenholtz were Wednesday 1 "" 1 1 j .. l. l.... 1 .m --- --. --. ll 1 --- m -.-- 1 l... m dinner guests of Gunnar Nielsens I 1970 FIRST BABY CONTEST I in Storm Lake. Gary Miller, who had been visiting his grand- I PREDICT THE FIRST BABY'S ARRIVAL I parents, Mr and Mrs Henry | 1 Harms at West Bend, came home FOR THE PARENTS l | withthem. "-- ! DATE ......................... TIME ............... I and Ronaldjim TryonsBartels°nSattended°f Irwinthe  Christmas program in the YOUR NAME .................................... Baptist Church in Atlantic :::: Sunday evening. Their grand- Two Free Holiday I ADDRESS .......................................... I daughter, Rhonda Bartelson, took part. Later, they were coffee I DEPOSIT THIS COUPON AT I guests of James Bartelsons in :: Wiota. I HARLAN NEWSPAPERS; ' Youth Fellowshipof theMethodist "" % Defiance United Special Steaks .,,,.,,.,..._..o..........., Church went Christmas caroling ............ Sunday evening. Later they all ...... enjoyed lunch in the Wesley Ahrenholtz home at Manilla. RULES: Ed Bickers were pleasantly surprised Saturday evening when 1 Estimate redict 31 Entries postmarked on Dec :: ::! their son BOb arrived home from Holiday Buffet ..... ,. ? • the U.S. Naval Training Center the DATE and TIME wizen the 31 will ",also be accepted, at San Diego for a two-week First Baby of 1970 will be born at 3. Decision of the judges will leave. Myrtue Memorial Hospital.  final. In case of a tie, judges Thursday night guests of Lee 2. Fill out coupon and deposit will award 6-month subscriptions McLaughlins following the school at the ttarlan Newspaper offic to the tied contestants, operetta at Irwin were David H A R L A N, 1 31 6 C h a t b u r fl 7 5 5- 31 0 0 Ixffore 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. Moores of Harlan, the Bob Burton family, Harry Nelsons and Alfred Nielsens. CONGRATULATIONS ANOTHER Muller arrived home Saturday toShari' Bonnie and Tim FOR Full Case of spend their Christmas vacaUon BABY Gerber's FARNER with their parents, Dale Mullers. 1, All are students at I.S.U. in STRAINED BABY FOOD to the Newest Citizen CUSTOMER Ames. James Tryons were Tuesday . and Proud Parents IS BORN! evening guests of Mr and Mrs Luster Meyers of Harlan. McLAUGHLIN BABY FARNER'S t- BAPTIZED OLSEN'S Sunday dinner guests of Lee McLaughlins in honor of the baptism of their son, Scott Alan. l QUJLTEX  were willard McLaughlins °f ,ooD JTOH INFANT DEPARTMENT ,,. BABY BLANKET Shelby, the Milton Barry family -of Irwin, and Alfred Nielsens.  "": Other afternoon coffee guests • WELCOMES were GilbertMullers and Shari.Mullers and Dale FARNER'S Thursday Mrs Alvin Ar- mentrout of Irwin and Mrs Bill THE HOME OF GOOD BABY FOOD Ahrenholtz took Gary Miller to YOU! Omaha where he left for his home GERBER'S BABY FOODS AND CEREALS in ColoradoSprings, Colo. INFANT DEPARTMENT Ed Biekers, Bob and Julie were Sunday dinner guests of the Dan Bicker family in Harlan. Ray Pleak of Red Oak was a R FIRST BABY, OUR GIFT TO SundaYMullers. dinner guest of Dale e ee "FIRST BABY'S" PARENTS-- James Tryons attended the Christmas program at Irwin Thursday evening. They were guests of Allyn Bartelsons of $ GIFT OUR GIFT TO THE Irwin following the pmgram. ONE YEAR GIFT FIRST BABY OF 1970 .. Life Story of-- CERTIFICAT 00..00ous SUBSCRIPTION $ O0 Oo.e ooo00 ,ho o00oo.,or o, WORTH OF o..oo0o, .o .o,o .oo, w born June 12, 1876on a farm in Owen County, Ind. At the age of two years TO THE HARLAN MERCHANDISE oco,.oto,ow.w,t..o,-.oo,,o. covere.d wagon, coming to the Redline vicinity. She married Parimous S. Gaer at her family home near Redline on Oct. 7, 1894. To this union seven NEWSPAPERSf children were born. Mr and Mrs Gaer celebrated their 75th wedding an- DRUG FROM THE "NEW" S / ¢'SUNI niversary on Oct.] I, "1969 with theh" relatives and many friends. After their marriage they farmed the land "The voice of Shelby County" SPURGEON'S adioin,ng the Redline Church property until 1936. They then moved into Harlan and this has been their BABY SUPPLIES .o,. since that time, She became a ESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS HARLAN NEWSPAPERS BABY DEPARTMENT youlhmember°ftheChurch°fChristirlher. Mrs Gaer was always con cerned about spiritual values and was devoted to her family these were the twogreat interestsof her life. She died !f,,, [ ................... - Danish inn. Beach, Va., where she teaches. Thomsen and Krisell, Mr and Fohner Bonnesen home in Elk The Life Story of at Myrtue Memorial Hospital in ''11 " t--''' ii holidaysJim Johnson is spending thewith his parents, Rev Falmer Bonneson was .,..,....l=A"nn . 00,rwn Mrs Bud Wigg and Darla, Glen Horn Thursday night. NtS Mtt.LE., ,, Hartan on Dec. ,S, ,9,9, having dismissed from the Harlan • Doonans and Glen Custers were Mr and Mrs Ed Hansen and reached the age of 93 years, six i  and Mrs Herbert K. Johnson. additional guests on Sunday.  KtAABALLTON Nis Miller, months and three days. i Ctt.', " i hospital Saturday. Ilene were guests at the Bob son ot Jorgen and Marie Miller, was Mrs Gaer was preceded in death i i The Community Chorus by Mrs Raymond Petersen Joe Petersen was admitted to by her parents; her brother. Burr i --:i The Outlook Study Club is Myers home Sunday night, trn Nov. 8, 1885 in Shelby County, In. .... ' ...... --I.Q::=> presented "The Music of again selling washable Harlan Hospital Friday. The Martin Potter family ,MemoriaIHe died DeC.Hospital9, in1969Harlanat MyrtUeat the HOn;Nelson.andln additionher sister,to herMrShusbancl,Lillian .................... Christmas" at the Immanuel placemats with six different Iowa The families of John Judy Potter, student at Dana visited with Helene Plahn in age of 84 years. He had been in failing Perry, she is survived by her seven !Rs Lutheran church in Kimballton Avoca Saturday afternoon, health for the past two years. He children-Jessie (AArs V. M. Gilbert) scenes in each box. The Buckner, Earl Doonan and (Yollege, is spending the holidays LEONE DANT last Sunday. illustrations are different from Gaylord Klindt attended a card with her parents, Martin Potters. Mr and Mrs HolDer Nissen married Carrie Reisaard April 15, of Des MuShes, Richard ot Cedar t909, and to this unicn five children Falls, Faye (Mrs Nels C. Jacobsen) of The Sunday school of First those sold last year contact Mrs party at the Glen Petersen home Mr and Mrs Chris Knudsen, visited at the Andrew Poldberg were born. Mr and Mrs Miller farmed Harlan, Jay of Cheyenne, Wyo., Jennie Kruger R. N. of Baptist Church presented their Herbert L. Johnson, club Saturday night. Darrell Krohns, Cindy and Curl, home Saturday afternoon, in Audubon County for 60 years, In Vivian Mickelson of Missouri Valley, and her sister Judy Christmas program last Sunday treasurer. Mr and Mrs Leon Petersen, and Garey Knudsens and Brian The [)ale Jensen family were mc7 he retired and  cued to Kim. Warren of Atlantic, and Paul of bullion. Hewasa memberof Bethany Kearney, Nebr.) by twelve grand Nebr. were evening. Mrs Charles Spotts and baby IJnda and Karen, AI Fabians, enjoyed supper at the 64 Club guests at the Victor Jensen home Lutheran Church, KimLallton, children, sixteen great. in the Ed Mr and Mrs LaVern daughter were dismissed from Darrell Krohns, Cindy and Iri, Wednesday night to celebrate Monday night. He was preceded in death by an grandchildren; and two great-great. Fredricksen were birthday Harlan hospital Saturday. Walter Knudsen and Clinton several birthdays. A1 Fabians were guests at the wifeinfan!carrie;daughter'andSurviv°rSfour childreninClude- MrshiS grandchildren.two sisters FloyShe(MrsiS atSOBenSUrvi.Obrecht)bv Petersen, 60, died guests at the Jim Clayton home in Tom Doonan, 1969 Elk Horn Jensens and Rhonda were guests The Marvin Mikkelsen Chris Knudsen home Saturday hAagne Madsen of Kimballton, Mrs and Jossie Hun, both of Harlan; by morning at his Omaha for their grand daughter, high school graduate, volun- at the Garey Knudsen home in family, D. D. Randolphs, Ann night. dv Jensen of Audubon, Vernon several nieces and nephews, other he was born and Holly's birthday. Leered for immediate induction Oakland Sunday in honor of Fabian and Dlle Jensen family Miller of Atlantic, and Merlin Miller of relatives and friends. his life, near Elk Jim Aagard is spending the into the army last week. Garey's birthday, were guests at the Victor Jensen ti 1170 Kimballton. Funeral services were held Funeral services were held Thursday, Dec. 18, 1969 at Pauley services were holidays with his grandmother, However, he was tttrned down Burdette Poldbergs attended home following the program at No ce Sunday, Dec. 14, 1969 at Bethany Home for Funeralswith Bro. Royce R. at the Elk Mrs Hans Aagaard. Jim is a following final examination, dance at Brayton Friday night in the Kimballton Lutheran Church Lutheran Church, Kimbaltton, with Reynoldsofficiating. Burial was in the church, student at St Olaf's College at Football injuries made him honor of Mr and Mrs Mack Sunday night in honor of their b ib PastOrBurial wasClarenCein the HansenBethanyOfficiating.cemetery. wereRedlineRichardCemeterY'andH°n°rary, Paul bearerSGaer, Elk Horn Club Northwood, Minn. ' Pallbearers were Stuart Madsen, Pallbearers were Jay Gaer. Warren a chiidrens party at Visiting the Clarence Han- physically unacceptable. Tom is Smith's silver wedding an- granddaughter, Melodi s, bir- SU scr ers Mark Lunge, Donne Hess, Ronald Gaer, Kent Gaer, Douglas Gaer, Dale hall last Saturday. suns are their son, Lt (JG) employed in Harlan. niversary, thday. Cheek the date on your Bladt, ByronJensen, Jerry Kelly, Jim Gilbert and Galen Jacobsen. Spur. 4 and Mrs Tom Schmitz Mr and Mrs Vince Schmitz subscription -- it is stamped Schrock, and Gale Van Aernam. included free Richard C. Hansen and his wife BRIE'--BAG$, A'I'L'ACHE of West Long Branch, New and Bill were guests at the Hgtt after your name on page gift drawing. Santa Judy, from Virginia. Lt Hansen CASES -- Large selection to Jersey arrived Saturdayto sped Raymond Thomsen home one. If it says 1-70 that means DESK PADS, Desk floor BUIJTIN BOARD& present to hand out will be home until Dec. 29 when choose from. The ideal gift. See the holidays with her parents, Tuesday night. es; book ends, metal, ?0 all. Free coffee andi he will fly to Viet Num. Mrs at Tribune office Supply Store, i Raymond Thomsen, and Chris Knudsens and Annie your paper expires this month mats, desk trays, desk pen -- and will be stopped on Jan. 1 Tribune Office Supply. set;atyottrOfflceSu was served at thel, Hansen will return to Virginia Harlan, relatives. Mr and Mrs Denms Petersen were guests at the 1970, ualess renewed promptly, ltllrlaa