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HAI,ILAN I:JUI]L I C HAI;tLAN I (]Wh L DEATH TO DATE RESULT OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN SHELBY COUNTY 16 PAGES -- 2 SECTIONS Section 1 -- 8 Pages Section 2 -- 8 Pages HARLAN, SHELBY COUNTY, IOWA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1956 Single Copy 10c NO. 20 e Immanuel will dedicate at 1402 Grand May 20, at 3 p. M. Videbeck of of the Iowa Evangeli- zrch will be in The Rev. Carlsen of Shel- tile prop. from Mrs. former par- 7th street, church, has a parish for Sunday a study for Lyle Paul. Will also be held with Mrs. Wanted: Copy Early The Harlan Newspapers' office will be closed all day Wednesday, May 30, which is Memorial Day. Because of the closing, all advertisers and news writers are reminded that all copy for the June 1 is- sue of the Harlan Tribune must reach the office a day earlier than usual. Annual Kiwanis Ladies Night Held About 80 persons attended the annual Harlan Kiwanis Ladies Night dinner at the American Legion hall Monday night, includ- ing eight guest couples from Den- lson. Vern AIIphin of Council Bluffs, past governor of tEL Iowa-Nebraska Kiwanis district, was guest speaker. Ray Finn was master of ceremonies. Bill Tinsley was chairman of the program committee. Three-year perfect attendance school su- pins were presented Gerald Lar. The pub- son and Gale Vanden,bePg. Two- bot,h the parish year pins went to Bill Tinsley, A lunch Fred Hansen. Julius Lensch, Joe t,he brief Moran, George Schack and Harry Parsonage. COmmittee tha,I and open Burmeister, lglmer Pet- BS of the chorus really outfits when Central States Spencer last Ordered match- for uniforms, arrive until after some But they got in time for quartet from a ride home Plane they had "socked in" of the Spearing. Schack and piloted the ego back for it eared. Speak Friday of Hamlin. te for U. S. speak at a tonight sponsored club. for Shelby be intro. TODAY are expected and cook- Ameri- (Friday), eooperaion ion, several the Harlan at 1:15 p. m. R I hes of rain mg May 15, Sorensen, 57 58 57 ............. 88 63 48 45 Schuemann. One-year pins were presented Bill Lage, Forrest Peter. sen and Ronald Woodin. Hospital Report VISITING HOURS 2 to 4 p. m. and 7 to 8:30 p. m. PATIENTS ADMITTED (up to Wednesday morning) Mrs. Kenneth Buchanan. De. fiance Mrs. Lewis Kroger. Harlan Wihna Davis. Defiance Mrs. Donald Norgaard, Hrlan Mrs. Walter Kelly, Woodbine Mrs. Harvey Hemminger, Har- lan Teresa Gardner, Harlan PATIENTS DISMISSED Russell. 6, son of Mr. and Mr.. Norman Coenen. Dunl'ap Elmer Wigg, Harlan Henry Hess. Harlan Mrs. Al'fred Peters. RI. 4 Mrs. M. J. Meuer. Hat]an Mrs. Lonnie Crisp, Defiance Mrs. William Boettger, Shelby Mrs. Edwin Tolle. Kirkman Mrs. Johannes Martens, Persia Ernest Putnam. Avers Mrs. Michael Assman, Earlinc Mrs. Phillip Daringer. Jr., Kirk. man Mrs, Henry Arkfeld, Panama Mrs. Robert W. Maassen. Avers Mrs. A] Graeve, Earling Mrs," Loring Lippol:d,, Shetbv Mrs. Verrmn Nielsen, Avers BABIES BORN Twin hays to Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Buchanan. May 12 Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Krog- er, May 13 Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kelley, May 15 Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Norgaard, May 14 Local Class Smallest In Years Baccalaureate services for the 65 seniors in Harlan high's class of 1956 will be held in the school auditorium Sunday, starting at 8 p. m. The Rev. Lawrence Beals of the Methodist church will give the sermon: "The High Calling." The complete program appears ou an reside page in today's paper. Commencement exercises will be held in the school gymnasium next Thursday evening, followed by Class Day next Friday morn- ins. This year's class is the small- est to graduate here in several years. There were 79 seniors last year and 80 the year before. The biggest class in the history of the school was 1938, when there were 99 seniors. Yesterday was the last day of classes for the seiners, who are on their skip dr at Blackhawk lake today (Friday). The under- classmen will take their final ex- aminations Tuesday and Wednes- day, which ends the year for them. JERRY JAURON AND HIS DOGS Jauron Doesn't Like Shots So Close; Files Charges "Near Miss" For Warden While Guidincj Surveyors Ducking rifle bullets, as well as watching for game law violat- ers apparently has been added to the duties of Jerry Jauron of Earling, state conservation officer. Jauron, in Hrlan Wednesday, said he did not want to eomment on the matter for :publieatiort. However. reliable reports from other sources said two shots were fired close to his head last week while he was in a boat on the Missouri river near Modale in Harrison county. J, auron was re- ported to be acting as a guide for a survey party. And K. C. Acrea, Harrison county attorney who lives at Missouri Valley, confirmed that on May 9 Jauron signed an in- formation charging a man with ed agricultural development and use. "People don't seem to Under- stand that all we want to do is determine land to which we might file claim through the courts. We couldn't take any of the property in question with- out going through the courts," the official was quoted in the World.Herald. The Worlddierald quoted Bruce Stiles, state conservation director. as saying he had heard that some- body had fired a shot over the head of Jauron, but he consider- ed it "just a rumor" because Jam ron did not report the incident. The story also said that Stiles said Jauron is a game warden and has nothirtg to do with the survey. However, it was learned here that, although Jauron has no par in the survey, he was taking mem- bers of the survey party from island to island in  boat. The survey is being eondaacted for the conservation commission by Rob- inson Engineering Co., Waterloo. and Weaver Engineering Co.. Coming. I Tillie Christensen Funeral Tuesday Funeral services were held Tuesday at the hnmanuel Luther- an church for Mrs. Tillie Christen- sen. 82, who died Saturday at Fremont, Nebr. The Rev. Lyle Paulsen was m charge and burial was in the Jacksonville cemetery. A lifetime resident of Shelby county, she is survived by a daugh- ter. Mrs. Hazel Duer of Kansas City, Me.: two sons, Garfield of Guthrie Center and Marion of Fremont. Nebr.: one grandson and two great grandchildren: a brother, Walter Olson of Jackson. ville and three sisters. Mrs. Mary Nissen of Afton. Mrs. Clara Peter- sen of Audu*bon. and Mrs, Emma Peterscn of Harlan. NEWS CARS, TRUCKS Nick Buch, Harl,an. Pont Gerald Sehafer. Panama. Chev, T. Hans Petersen, Harlan. Pack- ard Two-Day Exhibit Of Student Art The annual arts and crafts ex- hibition will be held at the Harlan high school gymnasium Monday and Tuesday, May 21 and 22. The public is invited to see the exhib. its between 2:30 and 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.. each day. The best work of students in their art, home economics, re. cational agriculture and manual training classes will be on dis- play. Art work on display includes pastels, water colors, pencil sketch- es. crayons and paper mavhe sculpture. The home economics girls will have a rack of skirts, blouses, dresses and duster coats, The manual training boys will exhibit desks, coffee tables, end tables, lamps and cabinets. The vocational agriculture boys will shaw the things they Lave made in shop for farm use. Congregational Choir Concert A concert will be given by the Congregational church choir Fri- day at the Cortgregational church beginning at 8 p. m. Elmer Pund- mann. music instructor at Harlan high school, directs the choir. There As no admission charge and the public s invited. LICENSED TO WED Vernon Miller. 22. Defiance and Mary Eckermann. 19, Buck Grove James T. Schwery, 24. Panama and Carolyn G. Carl. 22, Harlan Richard R. Lefeber, 23. Pots- mouth, and Stella E. Kramer. 20, Earling Newspapers-Ph. 42 "going armed with the intent HI__ Marian 00emng to the use the same against the person of another." At noon New Patrolman? wed,esday the man had not Kenneth Bolz. 33. highway pa- trolman, was scheduled to arrive in Harlan next week, where he is to be stationed. Harlan has not had a residem ptrolman since the death of the late Ralph Gar- thwaite lasl July 2. Bolz is-being transferred from Boone. A controversy has arisen over the transfer of Bolz and three other patrolmen in the state. The four charged they were being transferred because they weren't meeting their "'quota" of traffic tickets. The chief of the patrol has denied that patrolmen have a quota of traffic tickets to wxite each day. A state representrative in Des Moines has demanded an investigation. Boone residents are circulating petitions to keep Bolz eorttenl yet been arrested on the charge. The story of the shooting first broke in the OmahaWorld-Herald. which quoted a state official as saying in regard to the report, "it could have happened" in con- nection with a survey the conser- vation commission is making to determine ownership of land along the river. Gov. Leo Hoegh ordered the survey as the result of stabilize, tion of the river channel by army engineers. The purpose is to deter- mine where state-owned land is located and whether it can be de- vel, oped for game and wildlife preserves. Some of this land is being farmed, and the farmers accrted to Council OK's Sewer Work Asked By Highway Men The tlarlan city council at its regular meeting Tuesday approved a motion that the city pay for the eonstruction of storm sewers along U. S. highway 59 (12th street) through Harlan. The city attorney was instruct- ed to prepare the necessary resolutions on the project in conjunction with Fred Louis, Jr., chairman of the 12th street improvement committee of the Chamber of Commerce. Louis was present at the council meeting to discuss the propos- The stornl sewers are part of a plan by the state highway com- mission to widen the street to 32 feet from its present 24 feet. and pave it At a meeting in Ames several days ago the commission said it would do the work next year, providing the city would install storm sewers at an esti- mated cost of $30,000. The state will pay for the pavirg and wide- ning, estimated to cost $160.000. Don Blakely, representing the city planning commission, gutter on Pine street west of 12th. The commission would like for the city to require the construction of curb and gutter if any new plats are approved. The melter wan referred to the street committee, with instruc- tions to report back at the next council meeting. The council adopted a set , rules drawn, up by the zoning board of addustment in regard to the procedure to be followed when appeals from the aiag dinnce ii m, . ....... 18 Graduates At St. Michael's St. Michael's school in Harlan has 18 pu,pils in its second class to graduate from the eighth grade. They finish their school work Friday, and will receive their diplomas during 8 a. m, mass Sunday. Members of the class are: Leon- ard Koppold. Leonard Fromm, Ronald Gross, Leonard Herbst Roberts Clements, Shirley Kirby, Patricia h'win, Roxanne Carl, Janice Wilson, Carol Kobold, Jo- an Book, Sandra Schechinger, Mary Vandenberg, Cheryl Reid, Jerilyn McLaughlin, Marion Laube, Joan Mayr and Pearl Ram Walnut Ready For School Election The proposed Walnut community school disriot is now Teady for an election, with the date expect- ed to be announced lhis week. Final boundary lines to be sub- mitted in thd election were de. cided at a joint lneeting of the Shelby, Pottawattamie and Cass coumy boards of education in Walnut Monday night. The joint boards decided to leave the boundaries the same as they were amended in a pr. vious meeting held April g4. The proposal includes 23 sec- tions of Clay and Monroe town- ships in Shelby county, includ- ing about 3Va sections now be- ing served by Harlan. Each present distrim or part of a district included in the pro- posed new district will vote sep. aratel,y in the election. If a ma- jority of the volers in any pres- ent district or part of a distriet vote against the proposal the5, will not become a part of it, If more than grin-fourth of the pres- ent districts or parts thereof should vote agains the proposal. hen the new district would not be formed at all. United Phone Co. Makes Schueman.! District Manager Harry G. Schuemann, 25. has been named a district manager of United Telephone Contpany of Iowa, effective May 15. He will supervise exchanges in HarLan. Avers. Shelby and Minden, He suc- ceeds Bob Skew of Avoca. who has been transferred to New Hamp- ton. Schuemann has been manager of the Harlan exchange since June 16, 1951, and will continue to live in Harlan. At the time he became Harlan's manager he was only 20 years old, and he is still the youngest manager in United's system in Iowa. Before becoming manager in Harlen he worked as a lineman for the Iowa State company, which was purchased by United. A Rative of Avoca. he attended grade and high school there. He is married and has three children: Steven, 7; Daniel, lUz: and Joe Dee. 6 weeks. The United company s going ahead with plans to build a new building in Hartan this summer and go dial in 1957. * Cr * HARRY SCHUEMANN 141 County 8th-Graders Graduating Forty-one students from 27 schools in eight of Shelby county's 16 townships will be graduating from the eighth grade in rural schools this year, according ta records in the office of t;ounty Supt. F. E. Brouhard. Last year there were 48 rural graduates. There were 35 in 1954 and 50 in 1953. The seven students selected for the "boner roll" for high scores on their final examina- tions, given in Harlan recently were: Beverly Barbara Huebner and Donald George Bruck of Washington No. 9; Dean Edwin Fabian of Jackson No. 4; Con- nie Lot# Wiuff of Jackson No.S; Beverly Ann Paterson of Jack- son No. 8; and Fay Etta Peter- sen and Gailyn Larry Larsen of Fairview No. 5. The other graduates arc the following: Jefferson--Robert John Barton, No. 1: and John Charles t;amp belt, No. 2. Greeley--aurlce Edwards Hen. kelman and Morelte Kenneth Iien- kel;man. No. 1. Washington--Ronnie Probesco, No 4. Jackn--Timothy Paul Petersen and Elaine Joy Johnson, No. 1; ConRie Kay Ktindt, No. 2; Keith Duane Beltrends, No, 3; James Lyle Larsen, No. 4; Sandra Kay Norgard and Deanna Eleanor Bramer, No. 5: Linda M. Nisen. Joyee Ann Jensen and .Iimmie Dean Juelsgaard. No. 6: Lavon Faye Petersen and Ivan Ander,en. No. 7; and Judith Ann Hess and Dennis Wilfred ltess, No. 9. Center--Billy Obrecht, No. 4; George C. Graves and Vera Martha Kemp, No. 5: Derma Jean Obrechi and Charles Dennis Hansen, No. 7. Cass  Judith Martha Voge, Portsmouth public: Phyllis Anu Smith. No. 2: Marilyn Bernice Jurschak. No. 3: and Janice Eileen Stinn. No. 6. FairviewThomas Rae Custer, No. 2: and Melvin Harry Scott,, No, 7. Monroe--Gary Lee Larsen and Darryl Bruce Johanmen. No. 2; Carolyn Patriia Lee. No 3; and Jerry Andersen, No, 4. Norgaard Heads Awards Banquet ELmer Norgaard has been elect, ed general chairman of the achievement awards banquet for Harlan high school students next year. succeeding A1 Goodmanson, chairman the past two years. Nor- gaard was in charge of ticket sales this year, NEW CASE FILED Ben Cohn. plaintiff, vs. Valen- tine Carl and Orimal Carl, de- fendants. Suit on aeeount. Proclamation Everyone in ttarlzn is urged to wear a poppy in tribute to America's war dead in a proclama- tion issued by Mayor J H. Frd- eriekson, setting aside Saturday, May 26, as Poppy Day for 1956 The Proclamation called atten- tion to the sacrifice of life made by those who served in the three world wars of this age, and called upon all citizens to show that they remember and honor the war dead by wearing the American Legion Auxiliary Veteran-made Memorial Poppy. The mayor also called attention to the fact that the poppie that will be offered by the American Legion Auxiliary on the streets of l-l:arlan Saturday, are entirely,. assenled by disabled veterans in Iow:a V, A, hospitals, for which they are paid a nominal sum for each complete6 poppy, thereby assisting in the SUPlrt of their families. The proceeds from the poppy istrtbution is used for the benefit of disabled veterans and  famil, i of veterans of tte wm'k