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The Harfen'(fowa) New**A4v*rtifter Monday-Morning, Jim* 5; HS honor role announced According to Harlan High School principal ile Dcskin, these students were named to KT the Honor Roll for the last nine weeks for the second semester. (Students with rs next to their names were named to The honor roll: SENIORS: Eta Baker*, Marcia fclakely, !'· ty Boardman*, Elizabeth Callahan*, Mar* r i a Campbell*, Lynne Custer*, Ellen Fink-n*, Suzanne Greer*, Claudia Grimsley*, \ s c k i Iloogcnsen*, Cynthia Hopp*, and Cindy Jacobs*. Also: Donita Jones, Karen Jorgensen, Mary Kinkennon*, Kathy Knight*, Jayne Lansman, Pat Lewis, Paula iMueller*, Bonnie Olson*, Janis Pash*, Jnnelle Peterson*, Janet I j ctcM-son* T Judy Peterson!, Lind'a Peter- .son*, Noreen Potter*, Barbara Rold*, and Carol Svendsen*. Also: Kalhy Vandenberg*, Joe Allen*, Bob Boettger*, George Brooks, Mike Christonsen*, Rick Goldbart*, Allen Cox, Jack fjross*-, Gary Henderson*, Keith Hulsebus*, Mike Jensen. Paul K r r f t , Dennis Knudsen*, Roger Krogstad, Stan J'vi-rson*, Rex Pierey*, Andy Rasmusson, Craig Struble*, and Gary Thielon*. JUNIORS: Charlcnc Christensen*, Lynne Dodd*, Linda Formaro, Verlee Greer, Kathy Ilolcombe*, Angela Hunt*, Jill Jurschak*, Margaret Lee*, Becky Lewis*, and Brenda McKeighan*. Also: Vicki Potersen*, Cathy Pokomy*, Diano Rasmussen*, Mia Sorenson*, Kathy Tallman*, Barbara TLnsley*, Paillette Weiss*, Sharon White*, Diana Wigg, Bruce Clay, Dale Conrad*, Dave Conrad, Randy Fiscus*, Vernon Hanscn, Danny Klein*, Mike Malhiasen*, Walter McCoy, David Mueller*, and Wesley Nelson. SOPHOMORES: Ann Christensen, Sheryl Klindt*. Jolcne Pash*, Judith Potter*, Rebecca Rogers*, Beverly Sandquist, Alan Doster*, David Gramkow*, Kenneth Griener*, Larry Hopp*, John Hughes*, Robert Jensen*, John Knudsen*, Dave McDermott, and Jerry Obrccht*. FRESHMEN: Susan Bratostetter, Sandra Brouhard*, Chris Eickhoff, Sandra Fischer*, Janeit Graves*, Gwen Gubbels*, Deborah John*. Diane Larscn*, Connie Meyers*, Su- xie 'Mores*, Rebecca Mosher, Kathy Mueller*, Paula Potter*, Glenna Rasmussen*, Sue Vandcrlindcn*, Charles Conrad*, Greg Kindkiy*, William Murray, Randy Pash*, and William Rold*. WESTERN ENGINEERING PAVING MACHINE FLIPS INTO DITCH CARSON -- An asphalt paving machine, belonging to Western Engineering Co., Harlan, was badly damaged when it toppled off a trailer a mile south of here last week. The paving machine had been purchased by Western Engineering two weeks before the mishap. It was valued at $40,000. Wayne L. Newell, 24, Anita, the driver, told officers at the scene the trailer started whipping. He applied the brakes and the trailer dropped off the edge of the highway, flipping the machine into the ditch. City recreation starts June 12 Marian's summer recreation program starts June 12 at two of the city's parks and at the ball diamond. Ted Williams has a crew of nine persons helping him in the assorted programs that will last seven weeks. Don Andersen will bo assisting Williams in setting up the programs arid working with youngsters taking part in the the baseball program. LITTLE LEAGUE AGES: 8-13 Every afternoon, from. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m,, little league games will be played. High school students assisting Williams tmd Amdersen will be Rick Carter, Steve Sisson, Tim Green, Gary Lansman, and Brent Petorsen. The mornings will include handicrafts at Potter's and North Park. Barbara Scott is in charge of the three-hours of recreation with assistance from Donna Sorensen and Mirandi Fredricksen, The handicrafts start at 9 a.m. and last until noon. The three handicraft instructors will be sat Potter's Park every Monday and Wednesday; at North Park on Tuesday a#d Thursday -and they will alternate at the two parks on Friday. Children is age groups of six to 13 can take part in the recreation. Additions to the handicraft programs this year are a reading hour and recreational games. OPEN AT NIGHT Williams pointed out that Potter's Park will be open from 6 p.m. to 8:30 every evening. Both Donna Sorensen and Mirandi Fredricksen will be available for handicrafts with tennis, horseshoes, and shuffleboard facilities avaiQaible. He urged adults to take part in this recreation. The summer program ends July 28. Galland s Grove BY MRS WALTER SUMMERFIELD Harlan native TV star' IOWA CITY -- A native Harlanite will be appearing regularly on television across the Mato next fall. Airs Jeanette Kinscy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Reese Laughlin, Harlan, recently starred in thirty 15-mintute science films for kinder- unrlen students. The films will be available to kindergarten classes across the state and are sdu'duled to be shown next school yean The films range from hibernation of field mice, bats sleeping, to the principles of mag- n i l i s m anc! ecology. She recently co-starred with a field mouse in a science film dealing n i t h how animals hibernate in the winter. Mrs Kinscy holds a master's degree and i a former kindergarten teacher at University Elementary School. She is married to Kenneth Kinscy of Iowa City. !OWG Western to offer pre-fechnical course G r a d u a t i n g high school seniors and older persons interested in enrolling in a technical program are being offered a five week prc- :"clinical course this summer on the Clarinda v ' a m p u s of Iowa Western Community College. Course title is "Orientation to Technolo- · ; \ . " It. \ull run June 12 to July 14. It will U 1 for persons with special aptitudes for technical employment who would like to enroll in iho -two-} ear electronics or mechanical technology courses to be offered by IWCC next t-VptemlKT, but who in their high school Mi; 1 lies have not concentrated on technical ·ind shop training. It will also be for students v ho have pursued science and mathematics, but. \\ho desire a review. A f t e r completing the course, which will mclndr special instruction in science, mathc- n i . i t f c x d r a f t i n g and metalworking shop, stu- drnis \vitl be better able to successfully complete the electronics and mechanical technology courses and other technical courses offered as post-high school programs. O. IT. Real y, director of Vocational-Tech- nics! Education, said- many talented students have not realized the need for a balanced curriculum of science, mathematics and shop instruction along with the usual required high school courses; thus they are now reluctant to enter technical training because of these defi- cioncios. Orientation to Technology is intended to provide this group of students the confidence Ihcy need to help them make the decision to train themselves for good paying employment in fields of technical work, he said. Enrollment fee for this program will be $33.50 plus other minor costs. Further information about tho summer course or the September programs can be secured from cither the office of IWCC, 310 1st National Bank Building, or from the Community College at Clarinda. BULLKTIN BOARDS -- 2 sizes to choose from 18x24--$3.95; and 24x3£-$$,95, Also magnetic kitchen bulletin boards, $2.00, at Harlan HARLAN TRIBUNE Saturday evening Mr and Mrs V. D. Reynolds of Cheyenne, Wyo., arrived to spend several days with their niece, Mrs Zeno Lapke and Mr Lapke and with other relatives in Iowa. Mrs Charlotte Poitevin and Mr and Mrs AJvin Greenwood were Sunday evening visitors in /the Bill Greenwood home. Mr and Mrs Gerald McCord of Kimballton were Monday dinner guests of Oliver and Roxie Thomas. The Bill O'Day family visited Sunday afternoon in the George Davis home, Mrs Dave Gardner of St. Joseph, Mo., and Linda Gardner of Sidney spent the weekend with Mrs Gardner's parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Koski. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson visited in the Mrs Clara Springer home ait Woodbine Sunday afternoon. Mrs Cless Kibby and Keva were Saturday afternoon callers at the Kenneth Crawford home in Dow City. The Robert Probasco family joined other members of the Rangers saddle club for a trail ride Sunday. Sunday rthe Norman Niclson family visited in the George McKnabb home at Harlan and decorated graves at (the cemetery. Mr and Mrs Charles Johnson called at the Wallace Anderson home Sunday afternoon, (Mrs Bessie Sullivan of Omaha and her son Michael of Worthington, Minn., spent Saturday in the Glen Mayer home. Dinner guests Sunday in the Elmo Evans home were Mr and Mrs Leo Kenkcl and E. Ann of Earling and the John Harrington family of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Charles Hein were afternoon visitors. Lunch guests in !he Walter Summorfiolri- home honoring Dale on his graduation Wednesday night were Barbara Lang and Maria Sum- mcrfield of Omaha, Mr and Mrs John Hoone and Craig of Woodbine and Mr and Mrs Rill Greenwood. Mr and (Mrs Ted Sondag of Portsmouth 'spent Sunday afternoon with 'the Charles Mumm family. Mrs Sondag is a sister of Mrs Mumm. The Ted Kline family visited Sunday evening in the Cless Kibby home. Mrs Bill O'Day and girls and Peggy and Carol Clark of Dow City had a picnic at Nelsons Park Tuesday. Mrs LeRoy Petersen, Danny and Tarn of Olive Hill, Ky., spent all day Wednesday with the Bernard Lapke family. The Norman Reitveld family of Pclla and Mrs Edna Detwilcr of Manilla were dinner guests in the Glen Mayer home Monday. Mr and Mrs Bill Greenwood and (Mrs Charles Lahr of Dow City were dinner guests in tthe Alvin Greenwood home Friday. Mr Lahr was an afternoon caller. Weekend guests of Oliver and Roxic Thomas were Lori and Jeff Messenger of rural Woodbine and Lois Stewart of Elk Horn. Marilyn Robertson of Bellovue, N e h r , spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Eddie Robertson, Saturday night she attended the Alumni Banquet at the Dunlap school. Mr and Mrs Elmo Evans wero Memorial Day dinner guests of Mrs Mildred Evans at Woodbine. Gne Koski of Ames college came Sunday for a few days visit with his parents. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Koski- before going to norhter Wisconsin, where he will spend the summer working for a veterinarian. Mr and Mrs Fred Gallagher of Hornick were Thursday afternoon visitors in the Glen Mayer home. Mr and Mrs Jack Stcssman attended graduation exercises at the Dunlap school Wednesday night for Barbara Barrett. Sunday dinner guests in the Oliver and Roxie Thomas home were Mr and Mrs Gerald McCord of Kimballton, the Dave Stewart fami- ly of Elk Horn, and the Lloyd Messenger family of Woodbine. Kelly Kibbv was an overnight guest Saturday in the Glen Mayer home. Mrs Edna Frazier of Center Point was an overnight guest Saturday at the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Walter SummerfiekL Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Dell O'Day and Michelle were the Gary Schmidt family of Harlan and Brenda, Belinda, and Bcnita O'Day. Last Tuesday Mrs Nellie Probasco of Woodbine and Mrs Charles Johnson accompanied Mrs Ed Redding of Omaha to west Omaha where they visited Mrs Johnson's niece, Mrs Jack AlcGill and her daughters. Mrs Erma Ellison of Woodbine and Mrs Golden Thompson were Thursday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Alvin Greenwood. Sunday dinner guests of the Cless Kibby family were Mr and Mrs Dorsey Pope of Council Bluffs, Afternoon visitors were Ray and Danny Hansen of Defiance and Rose Lchan. Saturday morning Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lapke and Debby attended the wedding of Jane Feser and Phil Freund at the St. Joseph church in Earling. The Clem Haberger family were evening visitors in the Marie Vandemark home at Woodbine Friday. Mr and Mrs Alvin Greenwood and Mr and Mrs Bill Greenwood were guests of Mrs Golden Thompson for dinner at the Sugar Bowl Sunday. Mrs Bill O'Day and girls were early evening visitors Wednesday in the Ernie Buff home at Dow City. Mrs Oscar Peterson of Onawa was an overnight guest Tuesday at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Koski. That evening, the Koskies and their guests, Mrs Peterson, Mrs Vera Pryor of San Fernando, Calif., and Kristine Gustafson of Burbank, Calif., were supper guests in the Ray Lyman home. Sunday afternoon, the John Assmann family visited in the Chris Graeve home near" 1 Earling. Mr and fllrs Alva Trefit spent Monday att Kiron visiting the Myron Miller family. Jim Miller of Ellsowrth, S. Dak., was home on leave from the service. Jim is a grandson of the Trefts. Mrs Golden Thompson and Mrs Erma Ellison of Woodbine spent Wednesday and Thursday at Rockwell City where they attended graduation exercises for Mrs Ellison's granddaughter, Sandra Gumm. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry Gumm. Friday afternoon Mrs Charles Johnson and Mrs Kenneth Johnson visited Mrs Laura Ferguson. Marilyn and Kathy Lapke of Minneapolis, Minn., spent the weekend with their parents, Mr and Mrs Zeno Lapke. Kathy returned to Minneapolis Sunday night, Marilyn stayed on ' here until Thursday. Mrs Dell O'Day and Michelle visited Wednesday afternoon in the Glen Mayer home. Mrs Vera Pryor of San Fernando, Calif., and her traveling companion Kristine Gustafson of Burbank, Calif., left for their homes Wednesday afternoon after having spent sev- , cral weeks visiting relatives and friends here. Mr and Mrs Alvin Greenwood were callers at -the Charlotte Poitevin home Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Walter Summerfield and (their guesil, Mrs Edna Frazier of Ceniter Point; called at the Bill Brink home in Arion Saturday. The Brinks then accompanied them to Denison where they all visited in the Ray Sicmcr home. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Russell Thomas visited in the Bud York home. Mrs Alva Trcft was a Wednesday morning caller at the Bud York home. Monday afternoon, May 22, Mrs John Assmann honored her daughter Connie on her 9th birthday with a party of 12 classmates. Games were played and refreshments of cake and ice cream were served. Mrs Cless Kibby and Kcva attended the Shumate-Brandt wedding Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran church in Dow City. Mrs Clara Springer of rural Woodbine \vas n dinner gue.st ° c Mr and Mrs Kenneth Johnson Thursday. Mr and Mrs Floyd Neville arid Donna of D anbury spent Sunday \\ith Mr and Mrs Alva Trcft. N o r m a n Niclson was a caller al 'the Bud York home on Sunday morning. Those who attended a family dinner at the R a l p h Sunimerfield home Sunday were Mrs Edna Frazier of Center Point, Mr and Mrs Hay Simer and Mike of Denison, the Larry Rcisini* fnmilv of Manilla, Mr and Mrs Bill Brink and Mr and Mrs Darrcll Watkins of Arion, Mr and Mrs Merrill Walkins of Papillion, Nehr.. and the Waller Summerfield f a m i l y . Afternoon callers were Carl Brink and Linda Slockstad and Rose Ann Ilartwis. Weekend juiosts in the Waiter Shumate home \vho came to attend the wedding of Judy S h u m a t e and Richard Brandt were Mr and Mrs Fred B r a n d t , Bob, Donnie, and Bret, and Judy liaise of Sioux City, Fred Shumate of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., R i c h a r d Brandt of Kansas C i t \ , Mo.. Joyce Harmons of Spirit Lake. Kileen Method of Decatur, Ncbi\, and Barbara Noecker of Ponca, Ncbr. Saturday night supper quests folltn\intf the wedding were the Fred Brandt f a m i l y , Judy Ilaggc, Fred Shumate, the Walter Shumatcs of Soldier, Mr and Mrs (lien Dooley of Missouri Valley, Mr and Mrs Bob Kun/.e, Mr and Mrs Trvin Schau ami Mr and Mrs Don IIopp all of Charter Oak and Mr and Mrs Woody Long and George Brandt of Omaha. In the evening they all attended ihe. dance at the Moon Glo in Denison. DALE'S DWELLINGS by DALE SEEBACH County Extension Director "Try to Clay Township BY MRS CLARK DAVEY PROUD PARENTS Mr and Mrs Marvin Andersen are parents of a son. He joins a family of three sisters. Mr and Mrs Olla Andersen were among others who helped Mr and Mrs Pete Petersen celebrate their 49th anniversary Friday evening- . , Mrs Freda Lamer attended a shower and reception for Mr and Mrs Emory Fredrickson Tuesday evening at Elk Horn Lutheran church. Messrs and Mmes Orville Bornholdt and Max Bornholdt attended ithe wedding of Bill Combs and Phyllis Mills at First Christian church in Gallatin, Mo., Sunday afternoon* Mr and Mrs Arnold Jacobs and Steve were in Maryville, Mo., to attend Sandra's graduation from Northwest Missouri Staite College, where she received her bachelor of science degree in secondary education with majors in vocational home economics and business education and a minor in science. Mr and Mrs Harry Hansen and Holly of Council Bluffs spent the weekend in the Emery Jensen home and to attend the confirmation of Rhonda Jensen at the Clinton Jensen home. Company was entertained at the Hans Andersen home in honor of David's, confirmation for Sunday dinner, afternoon and evening and Monday evening. Mmes Chris lyersen, Chris L. Christensen, Emma Andersen, Mae Lange, and Alvin Lange visited Matilda Skow in -Walnut Friday afternoon. Mrs Lawrence Rasmvssen was hostess to the Rorbeck Happy Homemaker* Friday afternoon. Mrs Harold Stearns was a guest. The Roger Andersen family were at the Arnold Jensen home Sunday afternoon in honor of Jamie's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Jerry Andersen and sons of Atlantic were evening callers in the Roger Andersen home. The Henry Walters family attended a graduation party at the Howard Henningsen home in Atlantic in honor of Mary Ellen. Mr and Mrs Chuck Peters returned to the Alvin Lange home Friday evening from a trip to the Ozarks. Mrs Stan Forde entertained Monday afternoon for Tonya*s 3rd birthday. The Charles Andersen family were Friday evening visitors in the Wilbur Mayberry home in Oakland. Mr ana! Mrs Vernon Mardesen visited in ·the Walter Petersen home in, Atlantic Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Glen Knudtsen and Billy were Sunday supper guests in the Herbert Jacobsen home in Walnut in honor of Dale, who is on leave from the air force. Dale visited overnight Sunday in the Knudtsen home. SMrnes Avery Allen and Orval Lamer visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Freda Lamer. Mr and Mrs Olla Andersen were Sunday dinner guests in the Delbert Andersen home in honor of De Etta's confirmation. Mr and Mrs Walter Moeller were Sunday dinner guests in the Ronald Juelsgaard home at Jefferson for Randy's 6th birthday. A housewarming was held at the Don Wiges home Sunday evening. Those attending were the families of Franklin Hemmingsen, Alva Petersen, Lyle Petersen, Henry Walters, Stan Forde and Messrs and Mmes Alvin Lange and John Lange and Mrs Josie Petersen. Mr and Mrs Milo Andersen were Friday supper guests in the Wayne Andersen home in Omaha. Messrs and Mmes Perry Hem phi 11 and Kenneth Petersen of Fargo, N. Dak., are spending the weekend in the Kenneth Potts home. The Petersens will be moving to Ames. Mr and Mrs Clark Davey and Gene and grandson Kenneth visited in the Arthur Heile* sen home Friday evening. Saturday afternoon callers in the Roger Parker home were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Parker. Mr and Mrs Alvin Lange were Saturday evening callers in the John Lange home. Messrs and Mmes Lawrence Rasmussen and LeRoy Closson left Sunday morning for Fremont, Calif., to visit Ab Larsen who is hospitalized there. The Roger Parker family were Sunday dinner guests in the Dick Campbell home. Mr and Mrs Milo Andersen and Hans P. Hansen were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Gocttsch home in Atlantic. Monday evening visitors in the Cliff Thomas home were the Roger Andersen family. iMr and Mrs Emory Fredrickson were Sunday supper guests of Mrs Freda Lamer. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Nels Poldberg. Sunday evening the Roger Parker family visited in the Willis Hansen home. TOP DAIRYMAN Shelby county isn't a leading dairy county but we have one of the top dairymen in the state. Recently Richard D. Petersen, Rt. 3 Harlan, was honored for having one of the ten herds in Iowa in the select "600 pound" group. Richard has 23 grade Brown Swiss cows averaging 14,557 pounds milk and 618 pounds fat per year. This is quite a record! WHERE MILK COMES FROM Speaking of cows, did you see Art Linkletter the other day. He asked a little boy if he knew how a cow produces milk. The boy said ' Yes, you take a pail of milk and pour the milk down the cows mouth and then pump the tail Up and .down until the milk comes out" We bet Richard D. Petersen doesn't do it that way. ENOUGH FOR A WHILE Sure b$t the cows and many people too have a little different attitude now since the rain. That was a rain that was unequaled here for some time. This will give us enough moisture to last until later in June. But come July 1 and through August an inch a week will be necessary ito meet the heavy demands for corn. Of course, this is true unless we get several more slow soaking rains to build up the soil moisture reserves further from what 'they are now in (the top foot or so. 'PLANNED' CALF CROP One of the reasons farmers have not produced many feeder cattle in Shelby county is because the cows sometimes have calves at so many different times resulting in an uneven calf crop. But "planned,parenthood" is now 'possible in cow herds. Planned parenthood is a new concept made possible by a new cow feed additive called Repromix. The drug regu- laites things so that the prolonged calving periods and resulting strung-out calf crops can be eliminated. SUPERIOR PORK Have you as a consumer been a lititle disgusted with some of the pork you have bought in recent years? ^Probably you have but the pork found in meat markets today is much superior ito the pork we had just ten years ago. In fact, chances for a housewife to get young tender meat when she buys pork are actually better than her chances with other meats. Thanks to the efforts of county swine producers and pork association mem- bers here locally for their efforts to make pork a better product, COUNTY ZONING Coming up soon we'll have a series of two or three articles telling of county zoning, A! ---- *·.!»«» vnnintf i« The series wm ue part w ««* ^ v TM«,_ ^ ,,, forts during the past year to bring infbrma* lion ito county people on this subject HOG MEETING Don't forget our hog meeting June 26, 8:30 p.m. at the Savings and Loan in Harlan. Stevermer from Iowa State will tell of latest developments in using swine artificial insemination. Amond Ohms, President of Fork Pijtir ducers, is making arrangements .to serve ham sandwiches and coffee for the producers wh6 attend. This will be a good meeting* Need Cosh? You've Got It! It's in a different form but you've got it in your attic, garage, or basement in stored-away items no longer of any use to you. Any of these items can be sold for cash^ with a Ha Ian Newspapers For Sale Ad: Heaters, stoves Baby carriages, cribs, chairs, bunk beds Beds, chests, tables Books, clocks, cameras Boats, motors, trailers §- Golf clubs, tools, lawn mowers Dresses, suits Refrigerators, washers, ranges * Musical instruments Take time out right now, make a list of the articles you have, then -Phone 755-1191 HARLAN NEWSPAPERS Gift Subscription A gift that brings year around pleasure, is a subscription to the Harlan Newspapers, With each gift subscription, we send a Gift Card announcing who sent it. HARLAN NEWSPAPERS at Harlan Tribune FOLDING CHAIRS see-TRIBUNE Extra Strong OFFICE SUPPLY _A WM P. If you are a bride of the pact month and are making your home in Shelby or adjoining counties, bring the coupon below to the Harlan News-Advertiser Harlan Tribune You will get the papers as a free gift for three months -- FREE from your home-county publishers. 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ATTENTION BRIDES Brides--If you would like to have your wedding story in the Harlan Newspapers plonse have the story in our office by two weeks a f t e r your wedding or sooner. Your story becomes "old" news after two weeks. If you like, we have wedding story forms for free that you can fill out before your wedding if you wish. -- Area Deaths -- Services are Monday for Dr. Paul DeOgny, 89 Services for Dr. Paul A, De Ogny, 89 t will be 2 p.m. (Monday) at Paulcy Funeral Home. Dr. DC Ogny, a Harlan resident (since 1959, died Friday evening at the Baptist Memorial Home where he and his wife had resided since 1964. He practiced 54 years as a physician, from 1909 to 1948 in Milford, Neb, He also practiced five years af Benton, Kan., and later at Lincoln, Neb. He was i» .graduate of Cincinnati Medical College, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. DC Ongy was a veteran of the Spanish American War, having served on a unit commanded by William Jennings Bryan in Cuba. Survivors include his wife Pearte, daughter Mrs Harold C. Pauley of HarLan, five grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren and a brother at Pond Creeks Ohio., Rev. Gary D. Nelsen will conduct the services; burial will be in the Harlan Cemetery/ EXECUTIVE ***CIFTS lot Dad! A new Desk Adding Machines Office Chair Desk Calendar Portable Typewriler Desk Tray Brief Cases Tensor Desk Lamp Dictionary Staplers -- Pencil Sharpener File Cabinet Label Maker ELECTRIC Portable Typewriters AT THE Harlan Tribune