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Harlan Tribune LIVI00I(I Kim Wcgcncr, Family Living Ediw, r 1-712-755-31 I 1. tribncws ,qtarlanNel.com www.HarlanOnline.com Periodicals postage paid at Harlan, Iowa, 1114 7th St., 51537 U.S.R S. #235-540 Section B Harlan Tribune Tuesday, August 15, 2000 BUMAN Buman cel- birthday on Au- s the son of Richard n, San Diego, are Ron and San Diego, CA, and Buman, Harlan. ion&apos;s great-grandpar- and Anita Hupp, San Sophie Ertl, Lake- and Eileen Schmitz, ALLEN KEANE Allen Joseph Keane cel- ebrated his first birthday on July 29. He is the son of Dave and Marcene Keane, Panama. Allen has two sisters, Cheryl, 12: Erin, 3; and one brother, Michael, 10. His grandparents are Irene Trernel, Earling, and the late Joe Tremel, Earling, and Mick and Marilyn. Keane, Panama. Allen's great-grandmothers are Tillie Keane, Earling, and Rose Schwery, Harlan. Cooper August Blum marked his first birthday on March 7. He is the son of Rick and Michele Blum, Beatrice, NE. Cooper has one sister, Madi- son, 3. His grandparents are Joe and Connie Scott, Omaha, NE, and Mike and Theresa Blum, Harlan. Cooper's great-grandmother is Jean Larsen, Blair, NE. Rural Teachers Reminisce Former area rural teachers reminisced about school days during the 38th Annual Shelby County Rural Teachers Reunion held in Harlan last Tuesday. Thirty-two former teachers and three guests, Olie and Crystal Pash and Lee Nelson, attended the luncheon and program. Musical entertainment was provided by Lee Nelson and Olie Pash. The teachers shared antique toys, books and photos along with memories from school days. A discussion was held on school changes from the 1850s until the present. Re-elected reunion officers are President Dorothy Schechinger, rural Westphalia; Vice-President JoAnn Weihs, rural Harlan; and Secretary-Treasurer Jeannette Havick, rural Harlan. Front, from left: Mena Burmeister, Leona Wiese, Veronica Klein, Alice Stolz, Helen Knudsen and Mollie Ingwers. Back: Lyla Thompson, Myrna Poldberg, Jeannette Havick, Hazel Miller, Wilma Havick, Josephine Kwapiszeski, Dorothy Carroll, Russ Adams and JoAnn Weihs. (Photo by Kim Wegener) Ron and Pam ir home in 0nAugust 1 after vis- month with Ron's his broth- Crescent, area and aunts and friends in and Earling P, on attended a class July 1 and Gaul at the Mass. 18, Deacon Ron and Eileen Schmitz, Schmitz, Harlan; Elk Horn; and and fiancee, Keri Kansas City, MO, City and toured Rick and An- on and Sebastian of Were visitors for a home of Rick's par- Buman, and Eileen € l(ruse was pleasantly his birthday on Au- his daughter, Karen Scott, from Au- arrived at the Kruse and Teresa Kruse's children, Megan and IA, arrived group for a pizza and Virginia and Clifford Kevin, Jennifer °f blarlan. Homemade also: served. and Teresa's sons, ari, also called to ex- greetings. Farm Bureau ... We're Good for Iowa. been received Of resident of Corpus Christi, on July 27. include his wife, at 3535 Santa Christi, TX, Yeas family operated s in Harlan in I AHRENHOLTZ GIRL Scott and Michelle Ahrenholtz of Oakland announce the birth of their daughter, Karlee Ann, on July 3, 2000. She weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces. Karlee is welcomed home by a brother, Zachary Scott, 7, and a sister, Katie Mariah, 5. Her grandparents are Hart), and Carol Ahrenholtz, Wichita, KS, and Kenneth and Nancy McDonald, Salina, KS. Karlee's great-grandparents are Annajean Ahrenholtz, Harlan; Glenna Spetman, Council Bluffs; Floyd and Ann Ostrander, Hays, KS; and Roberta Turner, Ellis, KS. !i iliiiiG; ! !!!iiZ ilGI)i]]i : i+i!]iiii!ili R:III:+!i I I ..... % 1i , :'>:':: ....... "lib! :: = =I:i"I:+! <:: i.!ii!i'>."iiiiiiiliili! i! I: i Ii I:i + = ::iiii + i!:'ii! i ililii!14£ £iiii ii i Ii+ i !ii .?iiiii ili iilii!i !: ili!ii 5 i t I:iili1; ili ii 11£ I ili I:ii I I (August 16- 18) HCHS Harlan Community • Middle School Wednesday -- hot dog on bun, potato rounds, fruit choice, sugar cookie. Thursday -- chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, apple muffin. Friday -- toasted cheese sand- wich, tri-tators, baby carrots, yogurt. Fruit choice and milk choice avail- able each day. Peanut butter and plain Ii!ii : ii i i I I bread sandwiches are available at each meal. Chef salads and sub sand- wiches are offered as main dish al- ternatives. A vegetable and fruit salad bar is offered daily with the purchase of a meal. West Ridge New Park Elementary Schools Wednesday -- hot dog on a bun, potato rounds, peaches, gelatin. Thursday - turkey sandwich, tri- tators, melon, sugar cookie. Friday - toasted cheese sand- wich, baby Carrots, yogurt, grapes. (August 16 - 18) St. Michael's Center, Harlan Wednesday - chicken nuggets, tator tots, corn, peaches, cookie. Thursday -- hamburger patty on bun, French fries, green beans, pears. Friday -- ham and cheese sand- wich on bread, potato chips, carrots/ dip, applesauce. St. Mary's Center, Panama Wednesday - ham and cheese on homemade bun, lettuce salad, I applesauce. Thursday -- beef and noodles, green beans, bun, pineapple. Friday -- omelet, potato wedges, bun, mixed fruit. St. Joseph's Center, Earling Wednesday -- polish sausage, bun, potato wedges, pears, cookie. Thursday -- hamburger gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, Jello. Friday - chef's salad, ham and cheese cubes, cake. m w Celebrate €00eri00[00ed childhood men00orie00 Logeland'00 ' C HI,I.])Rf.M'$ $P¢CIAL" • Convenient appointments • Bring several outfits & props • Select from a number of poses • Special portrait packages • Indivdualized attention • Ages birth through 12 years Autumn & Jacob Hansen Angle & Jim, Herlon 1024 6th Street • Itarlan 712-755-5743 ° (800) 755-7412 ;/+ The second group of rural teachers included front, from left: Margaret Russell, Vera Evans, Evelyn Paulsen, Ila Knudson, Elaine Nelson and Rose Eggerss. Back: Ruby Vollbaum, Anabelle Petersen, Vera Nielsen, Thelma Olson, Bonnie Peterson, Eleanor Benson, Aletha Hansen, Diana Greer and Dorothy Schechinger. Absent was Virginia Hulsebus.(Photo by Kim Wegener) Scholarship Information At the end of the summer, the Harlan Newspapers will be publishing a special page featur- ing,the 2000 senior scholarship winners from the Harlan Community High School. Students who have already received scholarships from colleges or organizations can send the information to the Harlan Newspapers, Attention: Kim Wegener, Box 721, Harlan, IA, 51537 or call the newspaper at 755-3111. We have received information on many of the graduates, but please check to see if your scholarship information has been sent to us. The Iowa Farm Bureau is excited to announce NEW LOW RATES for health insurance from Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Iowa now available for new subscribers. These low rates are offergd only through Farm Bureau agents across Iowa! Here's an example*: 4144 109.90 152.50 241.40 Give us a call today to find out more about great rates for Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield health coverage and many other Farm Bureau member benefits. Clayton Bretey + Harlan Anthony Buman 712-755-5145 Dennis Bell, Agency Manager F00fm Bureau *Rate example based on Non-Users of ]ibacco rate,. 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