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Inspecting The Site...of the New Bethany Lutheran Home are Harvey Saar, vice president of the Bethany board; Robert Hegland, fund drive coordinator; Ed Lynn, Jennie Edmundson Hospital Administrator; Don Steege, attorney; Ed Spetman, president of the…

Artist rendering of aerial view of Bethany Lutheran Home. Noted on back of photo: "(not used)"

Putting their best feet forward, special guests at the ground breaking ceremony for Bethany Lutheran Home turned the first soil Sunday. Digging in are Mayor Joseph Katelman, 93-year-old Mrs. Helena Anderson, Iowa Gov. Robert Ray and Mrs. Ray,…

Checking The Site...of the Bethany Lutheran Nursing Home are John Anderson, Donald M. Mullins, Elsie Gross and Stan Nelson. The building is expected to be ready for occupancy in about 18 months.

Concrete is being poured to form the foundation of the new Bethany Lutheran Home at Elliott Street and North Broadway.
Architect Don Mullins of Wilscom and Mullins, said the building supplies will arrive at the site within a few weeks. With…

Turning In Collections...from some of their pledges to Mel Fickenscher, superintendent of Bethany Lutheran Home, and Dennis Rutledge, their youth representative, are Tom Kuck, Craig Newberg and Cheryl Lieurance.

Injunction Papers...are issued Monday morning to Cement Finisher Paul R. Grosch Jr., 802 South Omaha Bridge Road, by Deputy Sheriff George Smith. The papers forbid Grosch and other cement finishers from picketing the construction work at Bethany…

Work Is enclose the Bethany Lutheran Nursing Home at Elliott Street and North Broadway, before winter weather halts outdoor construction work.

The Exterior Of Bethany Lutheran Home...takes shape at Elliott Street and North Broadway. Construction workers have now moved inside of the building and are eyeing an early spring completion of the facility. The light-colored concrete structure is…

Chatting With Electricians...inside a nursing station on the first floor of he new Bethany Home is administrator, Mel Fickenscher. A painter is adding the last coat of paint to the entryway.

Bethany Lutheran Home...will open it's [sic] doors for inspection Sunday. Fifteen Lutheran Churches in the area have spent $2 million getting the nursing home ready. First patients are expected in mid-June.

Food Preparation Center...on second level of Bethany Home is shown by Chuck Berry, food service manager. The all-electric facility has convection ovens.

Presenting The Dr. Arthur J. Seegers, former director of chaplaincy of the American Lutheran Church, at the dedication of the Bethany Lutheran Nursing Home. They are Stanley Nelson, Chairman of the Board; Milford Fickenscher, the…

Plans For Installation...are discussed in the chapel of Bethany Lutheran Home by the Rev. Emil Reinking, chaplain, and Milford Fickenscher, the home's administrator

Discussing Bethany Lutheran Home which will soon bear the names and location of each resident are Mrs. JoAnn Gohlinghorst, a resident, Frank Ombruni, and Kenneth Christensen.

Photo of man standing, a woman, and man in wheelchair, next to white van with "Bethany Lutheran Home, Council Bluffs Iowa" on the side. [Back of photo dates it at February 1981 and identifies "Mark Anderson, Adm." but Mr. Anderson didn't become…

Mrs. Joseph Nichols...presents the insurance policies to Rev. David Boone, president of the board of directors at the Bethany Lutheran Home, as Done Greene and Mark Anderson, administrator of the home, look on.

Bethany Nursing Home Administrator, M. Sue Mortensen, admires preliminary architectural drawings of a 60-unit apartment building for senior citizens to be built behing the nursing home.

Bethany Lutheran Home
Elliott St. & Broadway
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