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SALE Goods 15.foot Kelvinator deep Roger Huff, an, 755-2645. t-13 -- 19 inch, portable Westing- less than 3 months old. Per- Phone 755-3306. t-12* Feed & Seed -- Cherokee seed oats Ames 97%. Mike Gross 766-3171. Garland, Nemaha, seed Cyril Schomers; 747-3283, Earl- t-14 -- Certified Garland seed oats Persia Phone 544.2354. t-lt -- Winrowed Garland oats. Ames tested, clean. Lee Phone 748-4749. -14 alone's Hybrid Seed Corn, Alta Line Seed Co, Harlan. n-14 Certified Amsoy $3.50 bu., Regular Corsoy, $4.25 Irvin Phone 782-2783. n-14 Central States red top home grown, Ames tested, 99.23% Call or contact Roy H. No. 4, Harlan, phone 744-3562. n-14* -- 3rd cutting Alfalfa hay. Earling, 747-3015. n-14* -- Good Alfalfa hay in the Panama 489-2251. n-12. i 16 -- Feed & Seed  _ iiiiii i 17-- Cuttle FOR SALE -- 42 black Angus stock cows. Robert PoldberL i?h,:nc 771-301.7 Kimballton. -13" 18 ,,- , ........................ Jt FOR SALE --. I0 F,rmers Hybrid 2nd lit- ter sows to farrow :bout April 10. Larry Kimmea, Earling "47.3747. t-14* FOR SALE ..... S iLF ttampshire boars, good meaty type w;,th good length. Gall N. osher, tlarhm .4 7,373. t-15 ---6Rg.L: ....  >,Hing Farm-ers hyb--ri-cl boars. Alwa> bc ozetber Eugene Schaben, E arlin_g. 747:24, : ............................. t-12_ * FOR -- 15 bead. bred Hamp. grits. Start farrowing March 24, Dale A. Christensen Phone 744-35(;(L n-12 FOR SALE .... Tw: yearling Duroc male n-ll,tf hogs.___=.phon:! ?J7/32(15 .................... n.12* FOR SALE ...... i'urebred Black Poland China Boars, Robert Paterson, Rt. 4, Harlan. t.12- FOR SALE -. lurebred SPF Hampshire fall boars, ready fo" .ervice. Clifford Sunder- man, one mile m:)r:h, oac mile east of Coin, SPECIAL Nebraska Common alfalfa $28.00 bu. Shelby County Grown Brome Grass Seed recleaned state tested $28.00 cwt. A few bushels left of Home Grown Red Clover $28.00 bu. ALTA LINE SEED CO. HA, IOWA 1115 Elm St. 755-2448 FOR SALE -- Garland seed oats, 99 per- cent germination. Second year from certified. Jim Jensen, Harlan ph. 799-2037. n-13" FOR SALE -- Alfalfa and Brome hay. Rex G. Adams Kirk,an Ph. 766.3318. n-13 FOR SALE -- 3,000 bales of alfalfa hay-- in barn. Chris Graeve, Defiance Earling phone, 747-2754. n.12, FOR SALE -- Alfalfa hay, in barn, 60c per bale Joe L. Schwarte Defiance Phone 748-3079. n.12, |i .I i i 17- Cattle ............ I IIII II I FOR SALE -- 30 Charolais heifers, 600 lbs. also several bulls of serviceable age. Chris Blum Jr., Panama, 489-2673. n-14, FOR SALE -- 24 Black Angus calves, weight 475 lbs. Included are 11 steers and 13 heifers. See or call Ron Mosher, ph. 744-3320. 11.12 II II 21 - Machinery FOR SALE OR LEASE "-- Winpower Trac- tor driven stand-by alternators, 6,000 to 40,000 watts continous capacity, 20 year warranty. Write your Western Iowa Winpower Distributor Bob Bugh, Box 655, Mason City 50401. t-14 FOR SALE -- International 450 tractor and 3-14 International plow. Also 24 ft. J. D. harrow Lawrence Kimmen, Earling 747-3747. t-14* FOR SALE -- 52 ft. Valley elevator P.T.O. --, wide type, Two row Brady stalk chopper, 440 International planter with insecticide attach., Rex G. Adams, Kirk,an Ph. 766-3318. 11-13 |frill I I -- 22- Services i |lUll i ii SERVICES -- Custom plowing, discing, stalks chopped, also Anhydrous applied. Clay Sanders Phone 755-2735. t-42-tf AUCTI0EERING SERVICE, sales of all types. Have livestock sales in Harlan each Monday and in Kimballton each Wednesday. rhone collect Kimbaliton 773-3308, Verner Hansen. t-38-ff SERVICES: Radiator cleaning, repair- ing, recoreing. Roy's Radiator Service Phone Harlan. 755-2814. n-32ff WE SHARPEN SCISSORS, in, tall glss in storm windows. Bacon Hardware. n-i2-ff SERVICES -- Artificial Breeding . Mid- west Breeders Co-op. Harlan phone 755-5429, or FOR SALE -- 894 A eight row, 30 inch corn planter. 494 A four row corn planter Both fully call Harold Kuchel, Walnut, 784-2761. n-S0. equipped. 25 Angus stock cows. Phone 744-3238. ----WANTE[)------Custom--sleliing, al----so co---b n-12 FOR SALE -- A.C., International, and Oliver wheel weights. $29.50 per set. Johnson Bros. Kimballton, Iowa 773-2316. n.18. FOR SALE -- 4 row International corn planter, 13'3" International tandem disc. both 1959. Jack Schaben. 747-2414 Earling. n-12, II ii I 22-- Services hauling. Elvin Rold, phone 799-2016, Jackson- ville, n-l-if (RATES One paper $1.55, both papere $2.511, It extra long, (over 65 words) rata Jl 2.06 and 13.00). r CARD OF THANKS: hay sincere thanks to all my friends and relatives for the cards, prayers and visits and aid to my family and me during my stay in the Ia, ph. 583-3293. t-22 S & S fanning service on oats and beans. ..................................................... Vincent Blum, Phone 744-3275. n-14* FOR SALE -- Prebred Duroc boars. Spring, summer a.d fail boars, Hans N. Han- WANTED -- Custom plowing, tandem sen KimballWn. Phone 77.4412. t-3-ff discing Anhydrous applied, within the Harlan ......................................... area. Leonard Fahn Phone 755-5966. t-13 FOR SALE -- 0 head of Yorkshire Feb- ruary and March arS, 20 head of gilts to farrow in Febrza:y, weight up to 300 lbs. Emil Dreher, Aahbon, t-i7-t FOR SALE o--. Purebred Poland China boars. Large, "rgged, and heavy hamed. Guaranteed. Pho]c 263-3166, Bernard D. Babe, Denison. t41-[ FOR SALE- Purebred spotted meat type boars. Vacmated, guaranteed. Will de- liver. Floyd H. (ampbcl!, Z mile north and 1 mile east of Wah:mt. Phone Walnut 7844231. n-4t WANTED -- Custom plowing with or with- out Anhydrous applied. Hugh Mortensen phone 744-3493 Harlan. t-16* For Oats Cleaning and Soybean Cleaning and Inoculating with a portable mill on your farm call Henry Dressen, 105 W. South St., Exira, la. 50076, ph. 268-2373. n-20 -- W--,T--D----ust-om plo-win--gi-R0bert E -. Andersen, Avoca ph. 343-6978. n-16 WEDDING and ANNIVERSARY guest books, wedding cake crosses, other social items at Harlan Tribune. ff hospital and after returning home. An extra thanks to Father O'Connetl and Rev. Nancy Nichols. JOHN GAWLEY, Irwin n 12 CARD OF THANKS: I want to thank all my friends and relatives who visited me and sent letters, cards, and flowers when I was in the hospital. Thanks to the doctors and hospital staff for the wonderful care, and the ministers who came to visit me. haRS ANNA NELSON, Harlan n-12+ CARD OF THANKS: Sincere thanks to everyone in any way that helped make my stay in the hospital and . since my return home more pleasant. I will always remember your thoughtfulness. COL. ERV PAULEY, Defiance n-12,t-12 CARD OF THANKS: I want to thank all my friends and relatives for the flowers, gifts and many cards and letters I received while I was in the hospital. It was certainly appreciated. I also wish to thank my doctor, pastors and nurses for their kindness and thought fulness. MRS BOB BERGLOFF, Harlan n-12 Page 7 ! The Herlan (Iowa) News-Advertiser ] M-. ,o,.,,,,,. ..., ,,, '*-P" ""! CARD OF THANKS: I wish 10 express my Sih.' thanks to Father hAulien, Msgr. Sctwarte, hAsgr Gaut, my relatives and fr ends for the r prayers, cards at't@ visits during my stay in hAyrtue haemorial hospital. "! also wish to thank my doctor and the hospital staff for their excellent care. It will always be remembered. haRS haARGARET FUHS, Little Flower Haven, _ Earling n.12,t:12+ CARD OF THANKS: Sincere thanks to friendS, neighbors and relatives for visits, cards and flowers during my stay at the hospital. A special thanks to the pastors for their visits and to my doctor and hospital staff for their care, It was all very much appreciated. haRS LEONARD WOH LH UTT E R, Harlan n-12 -- . HH vl CARD OF THANKS: hay sincere thanks to Father O'Connoll, haullen and Hyland, relatives and friends for masses, prayers, letters, cards and gifts, also visits during my stay at the hospital. Special thanks to my doctor and hospital staff for the wonderfut care. Your kindness was deeply appreciated. LENA WEIS, Defiance n-12,t.12 + CARD OF'THAN'KS: I wish to exP'ress-my sincere thanks to relatives and friends and pastors for all the L visits, cards, letters, flowers, and presents, during my two recent Stays in the hospital. A very special thanks to my doctor and to the doctor who performed surgery, and the nurses who helped him. Thanks to the hospital staff for all they did,for me, and to the Hoskins Sisterlt. for the beautiful furnished room 103 which I had both times. HENRY V. ANDERSEN, Harlan n-12,t-12+ CARD OF THANKS: I wish to thank everyone TNhO remembered me in any way while I was in the hospital and after returning home. A special thanks to all the Clergy who were so kind and to the hospital staff and Doctors for their excellent care haRS ELIZABETH KLOEWER, Westphalia, la, t-11, N-12+ Morton Farm Buildings erected in color steel JEFFERSON, IOWA Box 32 N7-8-9-I0-II-II GROSSE 'USE SWIN DS START THRU FINISH Mike says, "I've never had better luck my sows as when i've mixed my sow using CO-OP Sow Con - 35." Michael states, "Our pigs sure do good on CO-OP Pig Con - 35 CE with Tylan and Sulfa. They take off Mike concludes, "These hogs have done the best of any I've ever had. We get them to market right around 5 months old. We mix our right after we get them home." hog feeds with CO-OP Hog Con - 35. Mixing sure makes a difference, too." m The father and son team of Mike and Michael Gross market between 500 ond 600 hogs 1. Year. They farrow part of these and buy the rest as feeder pigs from Michael  brother, Ronald of l'rnce. The pigs that Ron farrows are also started on CO-OP Pig Pre-Starter & Pig Sarter-] 8 with (n& Sulfa. In addition to hog production, Michael and his father farm 250 acres o and. They use dt power fuels and lubricants in their machinery. They use CO-OP fertilizers, agchemicals, and :k a maintain top yields. Also, their attract,ve farmstead, located on the east side o U.S. 59 about " nniles north of Harlan, is protected with CO-OP paints. Mr & Mrs Mike Gross have been active in their Coop for many years. Mike first brought a share of common stock in 1949, twenty years ago. Mike also helped push the building of the concrete grain elevator in Harlan which opened in 1960. Besides Michael, Mr and Mrs Gross havethree other sons that are farmers and CO-OP stockholders; Gerald of Rt. No. 1 Irwin, Larry of Rt. 3 Harlan & Ron. aid of Rt. No. 1, Defiance. There original investment in their CO-OP has been returned to them more than a hunderfold thru their years of using CO-OP products and servces. PUT THIS PROFIT - MAKING PORK PRODUCTION PROGRAM TO WORK ON fOUR FARM Call or Stop-In and your CO-OP feedmen this week SOUTH SIXTH STREET WHERE "SERVICE" IS OUR MIDDLE NAME HARLAN 755-2171