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Benefits Church and Civic' Your date for bake age sales, dinners and "aising projects by column, Watch thiS planning your benefit, SELECTION of 6 tables. Harlan Trl. I IIl 8-Rentals Items -- Cucumbers. Ph. 755-5996. t-33 All kinds of Call_ Mrs Justin 744-3635. n-33 Wanted Boys and girls World Herald paper t-33 Waitress and needed. Apply in will ed. Holiday n33 3N: lady, nice per- voice for PBX Much public single lady. This hours and every Will train. Good to right lady. i-Way Motel for n33 -- Fry Cook to 10 P.m. shift. Man apply in person to Interstate n-33 G  Experienced GOd salary for right Ioore Lumber, t-30-tf -- Service Salary plus Selling Firestone and laundry fur- Co-op Service, t32 -- Spurgeons lan is now inter- !ull and part-time Dennis Mylen- manager. Inter- held temporarily building adjoining t32 -- Shelby factory and field plus commis. write Lindsay Soft Iowa, 263-2420. t32 Kitchen help. to 6o some cooking in person. Home n-32 Clerk. In- Saylor. t-29-tf unlimited -- If We a business in Iowa, there is OpPortunity for you income by set- for our products. Paid on direct on all deal- in, provide leads materials. Call Shelby, Iowa n-32 -- Local monuments and part-time. Profit- with no invest- long-time resident. Monument Com. Iowa Box 652. t31 - Full time book- iate opehing. Con- Harlan Feed Ph. 744-2366. t31 -- Immanuel is seeking ap. ding and grounds Raynold 755-5723. t31 toys for deckling demonstrator Inc. You can weeks. Write Parade, Manilla, n31* -- Person and main- Apply Motor Inn, Wal- new manap- t20tf -- Part time periods of g and Stor. nlStl WANTED -- and part time eat and depend. preferred but Apply at the all. in Har- t32 OLD MOTHER Demonstrate toys E. You cain earn 4 hours work. to start. Earn stamp books Free trip starting before pays for all Prizes and demo commission our program. is in writ- Cagey, Iowa. or 742-3382. t33 SHOWER subscription to the FOR RENT -- mbile home, modern two bedroom. Huffman Trailer Court. Ph. 755-2780. t-33 FOR RENT -- Furnished apartmeDt. Teachers preferred. No children. Ph. 755-2835 or 755- 2005. n33 FOR RENT -- All modern house at 507 Durant, Harlan. Call Atlantic, Ia. 243-4815. Harold E. Shupe. t-29-ff FOR RENT -- Upstairs apart- ment, close in. Ph. 755-5334 in daytime or 744-3534 in the eve- aing. n-31, FOR RENT -- Space occupied by former Kennedy Upholstery Shop in Harlan Theatre base- ment. Phone 755-2310. t23tf FOR RENT -- 2-bedroom furnished house. rs Fred Graves, 755-5430. t-10-tf FOR RENT -- Theatre Apt. 3-rooms and bath Furnished with stove and refrigerator. Call 755-2310. t-9,Lf FOR RENT -- Modern two bedroom house. Mrs Fred Graves -- 755-5430. n-G,tf RENT a brand new Victor Adding Machine to handle your tax figure-work. Use the mach- ine as long as you want. Rental can apply toward purchase. Harlan Tribune. tf I Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT -- Mod- ern farm house near Harlan. Ph. 744-3453. t-30-tf New manager of Harlan Spurgeon store wants to rent a 3-bedroom house, Contact Dermis Mylenbuseh at Spurgoons Store in Harlan or at HiWay Motel in Harian. t25tf 9 - Real Estate J II III FOR SALE -- Modern three bedroom home at 502 South St. Make offer ov will trade for l0 ft. wide Mobile Home. Call Bill Huffman, 755-2780. t.33 FOR SALE -- 1967 Marchfield mobile home, 12x65, three bed- rooms. AI Stewart, Harlan, Ph. 755.3236. 1131 FOR SALE I My acreage (22.4 acres) northeast of Hat- tan. Ph. Lloyd A. Smith, EI Nebr. 843-5458. t25tf FOR SALE -- Vacant lots on South 8th Street, about 210 foot frontage. Part of this zoned fr tight business. Contact Leonard Stowe 755-2670 or 755-5722 office, n.2$-tf FOR CONFIDENTIAL SER- VICE in listing or purchasing a home or farm, call Paul A. Pauley, 755-2157, evenings 744. or one of the representa- Uves -- Norman Scott 782-256a, LuVerne Hansen 799.2293 or Milton Barry 782-3837. n.36.t/ I . II 11 I Notices Sporting Goods .... IIIIII FRUSTRATED? Avoid the FOR SALE -- Nimrod Ameri- tedious part of figuring taxes  camping trailer, Excellent this year. Rent a simple, fast, litkm. Harlan Builders 744- reliable Victor Adding Machine. i50. n.32 Call now to reserve your new FOR SALE -- 16 foot Century Victor. Harlan Tribune. tf boat. $100. Ph. 744.3534 after 6 NOTICE -- The Singer Corn- p.m. n-31, pony is now taking service calls on all makes of machines. A&P Appliance, lll5-Tth St. Phone 16-Feed & Seed 7554490. t-U-ff t tit Ill II 13- For Sale II FOR SALE -- Hand quilted and painted Daeron filled baby quilts 44 x 56. Various designs and color oombinations. $7.00 each. Call or write Mrs Leo Schmitz, Westphalia Ph. 744. 3819. t-33, FOR SALE -- Picnic table. Mrs Cliff Wigness, Harlan Ph. 755-5340. t-33 FOR SALE -- Vox Jaguar organ and amp, speaker col- ureas, two Shure mikes. Cash only. Roy Linton, Harlan. Call 755-5777. 1131 NEED LUMBER? Check our prices. Rough 1 x 12 for hay skids, 21 cents; Rough 1 x 6 for fencing, 19 cets; cattle panels, $9.45. Moore Lumber, renzmnt, t-30-tf FOR SALE -- AKC white toy male poodle, 3 years old. Avoca 343-2622. t32, JULY CLEARANCE SALE -- Puppies for sale: All A.K.C. reg. Pekes, poodles, pugs, Dachs- hunds, Chihtmhuas, Norwegian Elk Hounds, Beson terriers, Wre Hair terriers, Saint Ber- nards, Cockers, Doberman Pinchers, Afghans, Irish setters, many other breeds. Also stud service in above breeds and others. Ph. Elk Ham, In. 764- 7152 or Atlantic, In., 243-3721. t32 FOR SALE- Rat terrier puppies, from good breeding. Walter Kelley, Harlan. Ph. Jacksonville 799-2360. n-32 FEED LOT CABLE -- High strength - durable Neoprene coating. 30001 ft. rolls, 6c per St. delivered. AC 402 - 347-6434 or 347-5091. t31* FOR SALE -- Custom built cover for pickup stock rack; can be used for camping; some eamping equipment alo. Eugene Greet, 744-3267. n31, FARM LUMBER -- $80 per M Bd. Ft. DELIVERED! Heavy dimensioRs- Excellent quality. AC 402 - 347-6434 or 347-5091. t34t OLIVETTI MULTISUMMA 22 An automatic multiplying machine that enables you to get multiplication in seconds. Ideal for office use in figuring dis- counts, percentages, etc. Dem- onstrator, sale priced at $159.95 HARLAN TRIBUNE FOR SALE -- Brass name plates, plaques, desk name plates, made to your order. Har- tan Tribune. ff II I I If PICTURE FRAMING, glass 10 Automotive work, art supplies at Harlan ,i Paint Center, north side of I I II -- square, n-29-ff FOR SALE -- 1965 Suzuki, SEE OUR SELECTION of Good condition. Contract or call ft. folding tables. Harlan Tri- Rick Huber, Kirkman. Phone bune. ff 766-3222. t31 -- - THERM-O-FAX FOR SALE -- Corvette with Copy paper at Harlan Tribune chrome wheels and stick. Also .............. Yamaha cycle, 100 ec. Tim DIPPITY GLASS, real:her Stowe, ph. 755-5835. n33 arrangements starting at $4.50, resin $5.88 a gallon, including FOR SALE -- 1960 Chevy catalyst, velour and tissue pickup, wide box, good shape, papers ard many other c. aft Motor overhauled. Call 744-3060 items. Harlan Paint Center. after 6 p.m. n33. n-47-tf FOR SALE -- '60 Chevy V-8, automatic, 4 dr. Good 1961 Chevy, 6 cyl., stick, 4 dr. Dave Stessman, Defiance, 748-3611. n-33, FOR SALE -- '57 Chevy, V-8, automatic, in good condition. No trade. Can 755-2982, Harlan, af. ter 4 p.m. n30tf FOR SALE -- 1966 Chevrolet Impala, 2 dr. hardtop, 283. V-8 stick. New tires. Ph. Avoca 343-2371 after 6 p.m. n-32 FOR SALE -- '65 Chevrolet, i-dr. sedan, V-8 engine. Can be seen at 1409 7th St. Very good condition. Peggy Nelson. n-32, FOR SALE -- 1953 Ford T. pickup. Good condition. Lucflle Jurschak. Portsmouth 743-2212. n31. FOR SALE -- 1959 Plymouth stock car, No 59 -- "Tiger" Call 484-3652 at Carson, la. for Information. Owner -- Red Rollins. t-16-ff !1 - Notices II I III ANTIQUE SHOW -- Howard Johnsons, Council Bluffs. Aug. S, 9 and 10. Starts noon Friday. Adults 50c, children 50c. t32 NOTICE: NO ONE is auth- orized to collect monies or to charge anything to ECK'S ENTERPRISES of Shelby, Ia. except my wife Anne Eekel and myself. Dwigh Eckel, owner Eck's Enterprises, Shelby. n.32 PRIVATE SWlaMMING LES- SONS -- beginning to lifesaving. W.S.I. certificate. John Scott, call 755-5902 or 755-5945. t31 Attention "Your How To Plan and Enjoy It.", a book written by the wedding ex- pert, Marjorie B. Woods. 50c at the Harlan Tribune. GIFT IDEAS AT THE HARLAN TRIBUNE CORK BULLETIN BOARDS MEMO ROLL PADS and many other items to choose from FOR SALE -- Thermofax copy paper at Harlan Tribune. t-45-ff Household "I 14= I II ! I III The amazing Blue Lustre will leave your upholstery beautifully soR and clean. Ret electric shampooer $1. Pauley Furniture, Harlan. t31 FOR SALE -- 52 gal. eiechc water heater. Three years old. Super Kfe gla Uned. Ph. 755- 5515. n-33 FOR SALE -- ALUMINUM SHEETING, 23" x 35% will not rust, exeelleat for lining brooder houses, grain bins, buildings, making signs, or for building flashing. These are thin alu- minum plates that are used once to print an issue of the paper on our new press and then disearded. 25 eanta per sheet. Harlan Tribune. CLEAN, clean fluffy carpets. HOST clean your carpets with. out removing furniture. Walk on them right away. Rent ma- $1. Midwest Furaiture, Krlan. t31 FOR HOME OR OFFICE, waomy steel shelving, 6 ft. SaLlh]..50 v Jtth five 12X36 ahclves. ..... 1 Tribune. FOR SALE -- Walnut wood for he home office, doubl pedestal $109.75, single t t.z. o  desks  .lay at HARLAN TRI- tf II FOR SALE -- New straw. Bob Wilke, Panama, Ph. 489-2017. t33 FOR SALE -- 17 acres choice 2rid cutting alfalfa hay in the field -- Ctarence Baughman, Kirkman. Ph. 766-3063. t-31* FOR SALE -- 16 acres second cutting hay. Harry NeLson, JacksonVille, ph. 799-2531. n33 I IH 17- Cattle I FOR SALE -- Polled Short- b0n bull, three years old. Ver- P. Blum, Panama. n-31* CLASSIFIED AD RATES .8c per word, with third week free, all ads run in both newspapers for the same price of 8c per word. Add 10 total for each as billed. MINIMUM IK:I charge is Sl.25. CLASSIFICATIONS AVAILABLE 1--Benefit Functions 2--Anniversar ies :}--Food items &--Lost and Found 5--Help Wanted 6--Posit ion Wanted 7--Wanted to Rent 8--Rentals 9--Rel Estate 10--Aomot ire 11--Notices 12--Wanted to Buy 13---For Sale 14---Household Goods 14A--Building Materials IS--Sporting Goods & Picnic Supolies 16--Feed and Seed U--Cattle 18--Hogs 19--Sheep 20---Poultr y 21 --Machinery 22--Services 22Contracting 22A--Schools of Instruction 23--Business Opportunities Cards of Thanks .-.-,..-..,%.,.,-...%.,-,-,;.,,,,..*,-,,,,,,.',','.,,. .-,,.%%.... (RATES) One paper $1.5S, both papers $2.58. If extra long, (over 65 words) rate is S2.06 and S3.00). :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: FOR SALE -- Yearling Far. CARD OF THANKS -- I wish era Hybrid male hog. LeRoy to thank everyone for the visits, rote, Earling, Ph. 747-2937. t33 eards, gifts, flowers and all kindneases extended to me while FOR SALE -- Farmer's Hy- brid open gilts. Ray Schahen, EarlJng ph. 747-3481. 33" FOR SALE -- Chester white mle hog. Elmer Andersen, 6 miles south of Irwin, 766-3075 Kirkman. n-33* FOR SALE -- 12 second litter sows, to farrow first part of August. Panama phoze 489-2442. t FOR SALE -- 8 Farmer's Hy- gilts. Farrow in three weeks. Gme Sehaben, Earling 747-2413. n-22, BOARS FOR SALE -- year- ling hamps. Tested and guaran- teed. Pete Oroghan, Panama 9-2441. n-, HOGS FOR SALE --Novem. bar Chester White Boars. Test. ed, vaccinated, guaranteed. Fred Lippeld, Avoca 343-2130. t4t FOR SALE -- Purebred spet cl meat rpe-fall and summer boars. Floyd H. Campbell, I mile north, I mile east of Walnut Pll, Walnut 784-41. n-134f I 21 - Machinery II I FOR SALE -- 5xl0 wagon with hoist. Kermit Marcussen, 755- 2608 or 773-2648, Kimballton. t32 FOR SALE -- Massey 82 low acreage combine. Hume red, robot control. Reasonable. Alvin Burmeister, Harlan. n-32 FOR SALE -- 76 International combine, A-i condition. Charles Patten, ph. 747-3487. n-31 FOR SALE I Ca A-6 com- bine with P.T.O.; excellent con- dition; $150.00. Barney Zimmer. man, 766-3182, Earling, Iowa. n31, FOR SALE -- Mid-west hoist, Westendorf gears, Clay farrow- ing stalls. Moore Lumber, Tennant n-23-ff 22- Services I II I specialize in altering e! Wedding gowns and formal attire. Ph. Earling 747-2253 for an appointme. / n.33- CUSTOM COMBINING -- Oats windrowed or standing. Also truck if needed. Clark Davey, Walnut. Ph. 764-5843, Elk Horn. t32 WANTED -- Sewing in my home. Mrs Peter Gubbels, Ph. 744.3088. t32, Custom Combining. Clay Sanders, phone 755-2735. n.27.ff WEDDING and ANNIVER- SARY guestbooks, wedding cake crosses, other social Rams st Harlan Tribune. ff SERVICES: Radiator clean. ing, repairing, recoreing. Roy's Radiator Service. Phone Harlan 755-2814. n-22.t! WE SHARPEN SCISSORS, In. stall glass in storm windows. Bacon Hardware. n-42-ff I was hospitalized at St. Josepbe and Myvtue hospitals and since my return borne. A special to Rev. Johnson for his visits. MRS ERNEST KARDELL, Harlan. n31.t31 CARD OF THANKS: We would like to thank everyone who made the Bloodmobile vsR of July 22 a success. A special thanks to the gallon or more donors. The Harhn Jay-es. n31 ARD OF THANKS: I wish to express my sincere thanks to relatives and friends for re- membering me with cards, flowers, prayers and visits during my long .stay at the Myrtue Memorial Hospital and" since my return to the Baptist Home. A speeial thanks to my doctor and the Hospital Staff. Your acts of kindness will long be remembered. MRS 3.E. CHRISTIANSEN n.31,t-31* CARD OF THANKS: I wish to again thank the nurses and DIS. for the good care they gave me during my short stay at the hospital. Thanks also to the many friends that called and sent me cards. It was much appreciated. LESTER HANSEN, Harlan 1131, CARD OF THANKS: The Jerome Messerschmidt family wishes to thank the Shelby Fire- men, fi'Lemts, neighbors and relatives who came to help during the fire and on the fol. lowing day. n-31 CARD OF THANKS -- We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives, neighbors and friends for the Masses, cards, flowers and food received during the ill- ness and death of our dear mother. Special thanks to Father O'Connell, Father Kvenig, the Pauley Funeral home and the ladies who pre- pared the lunch. Your acts of kindness will long be remem- bered. Mr and Mrs Alfred Book, Mr and Mrs John Jacoby and family and Mr and Mrs Edwin Jaeoby and family, t30-n31* CARD OF THANKS: A sim- ple thank you doesn't seem enough to say to all the people who helped Pete Wednesday night at the Shelby County Speedway. There are so many to thank -- the Harlan Jaycees, the Harlan Police, Harold Blackwell, the doctors and nurses, to the many people who sent cards and flowers, and to all who came to visit him at the hospital. Your kindness and helpfulness will never be for- gotten. PETE, LOUREE AND LISA PETERSEN t-30,n-31* OMAHA MARKETS FAT CATTLE LOWER; BUTCHER HOGS STEADY With beef slaughter con- tinuiug to run substantially ahead cob hauling. Elvin Roid, 9-2016, Jacksonville. -l-ff SERVICES -- Artificial Breed. of a year ago, fat cattle prices in| Midwest Breeders Co.op. languished again in Omaha. Harlan phone 755-3429, or call Heavy direct commitments of Harold KuChel, Walnut, 784-276L cattle by some of the large lots on n0-tf almost a distress basis keeps the WANTED- Custom shellln& cattle market badly out of balance and the feeders bargaining power is seriously diluted. Fed steers will be 50c lower while fat heifers are 50-75c lower with the lighterweight kinds of both bearing much of the loss. PAUL A PAULEY Steer top, $31.40; week's high on SALE DATES CLAIMED heifers $30.75. Sept. 10 -- Hoffman-Sonder- The Omaha butcher market gaard Estate. Sept. 17 -- Henry Schwery. Sept. 20 -- Leonard Larsen, Fiscus. , Sept. 24 -- Hold. ERV PAULEY SALE DATES CLAIMED Sept. I0 -- Hoffman-Sonder- gaard Estate. Sept. 17 -- Henry Schwery. Sept. 2o -- Leeaard Larsen/ Fiscus. Sept. 24- Hold. more or less "fell out of bed" on Monday but managed a measure of recovery on each of the suc- ceeding sessions. :As a result butchers finished up mostly steady. Butcher top, $27. Sows did somewhat better and closed steady to 25c higher with the high on sows this week at $24.75. Bulk of the 200-300 pound butchers brought $24.50-$26.75. Bulk of the 300-600 pound sows sold at $22- $24.50. PAGE 7 Harlan, la. News Advertiser Mon. Morning, July 29, 1969 Phone 755-3111 Shelby News by DELLA HIL[)EBRANDT Bobby, Maria and Sherry Freads, children of Mr and Mrs Warren Freads of Omaha, are visiting their grandparents, Floyd Freads. Bill Wendt is a patient at Jennie Edmundson Hospital after suffering a heart attack. Bob Barnetts of Des Moines are guests of Jess Pikes, having attended the Shelby Carnival Friday and Saturday. Sunday evening guests of Melvin Bullocks were Mr and Mrs Leo Asmus and daughters of Minden. Mrs Ralph Crees and Mrs Sherman Haas were Wednesday afternoon visitors for Mrs Carl Hildebrandt's birthday. Friday evening and over- night guests of Mrs Arlene Von Eschen were her son-in-law, Franklin Perrys and "Barbara. Roger Felton of Neola was a house guest of his grandparents, Carl Hildebrandts from Tuesday evening until Saturday night. The W.S.C.S. of the United Methodist Church met for a 9 a.m. Brunch at the Fellowship hall July 17. The program consisted of a playlet with the following ladies par- ticipating: Neva Manz, Edith Messerschmidt, Della Hildebrandt and Genevieve Paul. Georgia Goshorn and Edith Messerschmidt were Program leaders. Lunch hostesses were Evelyn Plagman, Blanche Branstiter and Della Hildebrandt. Mrs Melvin Sick, Connie and David of Fort Dodge are visiting Messrs and Mmes Delmar Von Eschen, Ralph Crees and Gene Peters. Mrs Betty Jean Brown and son David flew back from LaPuente, Calif., and are guests of Mrs Ada Frab_m this week. Mrs Ada Frahm spent Sunday visiting her husband in Earling. Suzanna Higgens and Phil Higgens of Council Bluffs were house guests last week of Clarence Krolls. Loren Krolls of Harlan were Friday evening guests there. Clarence Krolls were Sunday dinner guests at the Phillip Higgens home in Council Bluffs. Mrs Ada Frahm recently returned from a fishing trip to Republican City, Nab. with her son Lewis Frahm and family. ATTENDED ANNIVERSARY Kenneth C. Kbrns attended the Silver Wedding Anniversary of Elvin Martins at their home in Minden. Carl Kiesel is hospitalized in Myrtue hospital for tests and observation. Richard Mortensen of Walnut was a weekend guest of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Burton Richards. Sue Jansen and Duane Arentsen had a collision on Center St. Sunday evening. Both cars were badly damaged. Mrs Chris Dahl and daughter Karen visited her parents at Pomona, Calif., and in Fullerton, Calif., they were guests of Van H. Arthertons. Mrs Gerald Christiansen is convalescing at her home after her recent surgery at Jennie Edmundson hospital in Council Bluffs. Sunday supper guests at the Arthur Gress home were John Brandts and Richard Becks of Council Bluffs. Wednesday their guests were R. M. Roberts and son of West Field, N. J. Dwight Eckels are building a new building for their plastic business. Mrs Jess Pike was hostess at an afternoon coffee Thursday for a few friends honoring Linda Mundorf. The Mundorfs moved to Omaha Saturday. Shelby Dairy Queen opened for business last week. It is located just north of Interstate 8 NET -- QUOTATIONS Am. Beef 16V= 17V= O & U .... 2 2-% Nod. Pack 1% 1 =A I.B.I.C .... 1  1 -% IBP Debentures 79 85 Hawk. Nat'l. 1% 2% Nat. Mobile Home Cities Corporation COYOTE OIL I Russ Brooks Securities Ph. 712-755-5792 Saylor Hotel Bldg. I I I I II i I III south L of Shelby. It was built by Interstate 80 Corporation com- posed of the following men: Lynn McBride, Dean Luxford, Paul Nielsen, George Mortensen and Jerry Hascall. Mrs Gerald Behrens and daughter Were Wednesday guests of Bob Andersens near Oakland for the birthday of Mrs Larry Allen of Carson. Mrs Rodney Robinson and Mrs Jerry Paul are visiting Lance Seversons in Tacoma, Wash. Wanted to Rent Unfurnished Apactment or House Sports Editor of the Harlan Newspapers wishes to rent ur.,:urnished apartment or house. Prefer country area witthin three mils of Har- lan, Call Bud Fulk, 755-3111, Harlan Newspapers. SHELBY CARNIVAL The Shelby Carnival held last Friday and Saturday, was en- tirely manned by Shelby citizens. There was a large crowd both days with free watermelon being served both nights. The $100 winners were Carrie Kiesel, Shade Hall and Darrell Young. The following were winners of $25 each: Mrs John Nelson, Dale Nelson, Teresa Davis, Helen Nelson, Larry Boeck, Sherman making a Centennial Cook Book. The dead line for sending in recipes is Aug. 1. Recipes are to be sent to Mrs Fred Hamdorf and Mrs Ernest Woltrnan of Avoca, and Mrs Bill Miller of Shelby, or give your recipe to any of the Garden Club members. o@@@@@@e@@@eoe@oo@@@o@@@@o@@@@@ Deed Transfers Paterson and Bill Miller. Ed .................. ................ t-eder,l Stamp lrO ,ffxed to Jeetls at the rot. Nieman won the portable TV. At o, ,,o ,, ............... the Flower Show given by. th Garden club at the Legion hall, the following ladies were win- ners: Rose Wier, cactus garden plant; Irene McCool, Blue bird house; and Mrs Weiss of Ports- mouth, Blue Bird house. Mrs Elmer Mauer attended Double Five-Hundred club last Tuesday afternoon. Georgia Goshorn and Iva Brown were guests. Dorothy Preuss won high and Lena Preuss won low. Mrs Rose Orth will entertain the club July 29. Richard Millers of Harlan are parents of a boy born July 16. His name is Ronald Franklin and he weighs 7 lb. 12 oz. Grand- parents are Warren Millers of Tennant and Joe Schleimers. Houseguests last week of Delbert Pingels were Harry Thomsens and Cindy of Camanche, In. Ralph Petersons of Council Bluffs were Sunday guests of Sherman Petersons. Mrs Don Felton, Randall, Cynthia and Richard of Neola were Friday callers of Carl Hildebrandts and attended the carnival. Tracy and Troy Techeau, children of Ernie Techeaus of Council Bluffs, are visiting their grandparents, Harold Browns this week. Mrs Minnie Peters ac- companied her son Donald Peters and family of Atlantic to Shenandoah Sunday where all enjoyed seeing the Earl May flower show and trial gardens. Frank Miners were Sunday afternoon visitors of the Ralph Eggerss home. The Swimming lessons for Shelby children have begun at the Avoca pool and continue every morning for two weeks. ACCREDITED FLOWER SHOW The Shelby Garden club held their accredited Flower Show at the Legion hall during the Car- nival July 18 and 19. The judges gave the following awards: Iva Brown, award of Merit; Viola Miller, Sweepstakes Horticulture award; Mrs Will Lippold, Creativity award; Viola Miller, Tri-color award; and the Sweepstakes Artistic Arrangement was given to Viola Miller. Kristy Henderson was given the Jr. Achievement Award. At the drawing, Mrs Rose Wier won a dish arrangement. Shelby Garden club is Iton Auction Co. Kimballt(m, Iowa Wed., July 30 Starting at 8 p.m. We are estimating 400 to 500 :attle, 500 to 700 hogs. Early listing. 118 choice Angus black- Whiteface heifer calves weighing 350 Ibs. Last week we sold 482 cattle and 993 hogs. Because of uncertain market conditions it is not possible at this early date to publish further listings, not only that, it is vacation time county fair time and the farmers are very busy. For complete information on this sale, listen to radio station K JAN Atlantic, 1220 on dial, or call KimbaIRon KIMBALLTON AUCTION CO. \\; Phone 773.3202 Marvin Jorgsen, Phle 268.$428, Exira SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY NGHT Marvin Jorgensen, Owner-Manager Aucts: Darrell Beaten, Verner Hansen @@4'@@@@@@@@@ @4'@@@4,@@ @@ @@@@@ @ Heilesen, A.C. to Heilesen, Mary E., his wife, W.D. 7-18-69 zz int. in & to SW;4 Sec. 8-80-37. Nelson, Vincent B. et al to Harlan Community School District, W.D. 7-18-69 Pt. SEI NW/a Sec. 13-79-39. Stamps $3.30. Frank, Anton to Frand, Anton& wife as J.T., W.D. 7-17-69 Pt. SE.4SW Sec. 32-81-39. Louis, Fred Jr. Guardian to Blakely, Donald E., C.O.D. 7-16- 69 Lot 4, Blk. 37, Long's Add. Harlan, $450.00. GIFT IDEAS AT THE HARLAN TRIBUNE CORK BULLETIN BOARDS MEMO ROLL PADS and many other items to choose from I I O&U SECURITIES QUOTATIONS (as of Friday P.M.) Bid Ask Am. Beef Pack 16 17 Computer Serv. Corp ..................... 10b 12 Hydro-Space Corp. 2% 2% Organizers & Underwriters ....... 2% 3 U. S. Homes ........ 10 11 Excel Investmeat 3% 3% DICO ..................... 2 2 Hawkeye Nat'l. Investment ........ 1% 2 I. D. Packing ........ 4 4% I.B.I.C .................... 1 1% Bill Olsen DL-t. Mgr., Harlan, ph. 7.. I I II II REGULAR SALE Dunlap Auction Tues., July 29 Starting promptly at 12:00 noon 800-1000 HOGS 800 'CATTLE 70 hi bred cross fed pigs/ double va. reputation herd. I00 crossbred pigs 50 Ibs. 10-30 brood sows. 4 Holstein 1st calves heifers. 5 Holstein 2nd calves heifer. These are all heavy spring calves CHV and are a fancy set. 25 choice Angus cows with big calves at side. These are coming off short grass and will be sorted into small lots to suit the buyer. 25 Angus cows mated to Angus and Charolais bull start to calve in September and October. These are a young set. 15 young Hereford cows with calves at side. 9 Holstein heifer calves, 2,50 Ibs. 35 open Holstein heifers, 500 Ibs. CHV these are a real nice set coming off local farm. 75 Angus and Hereford steer calves, 500 Ibs. 100 Angus and Hereford steer and heifer calves, 400 lbs. 125 choice Angus and Hereford heifers calves, 350- 425 lbs. 10 choice Charolais steers 600 lbs. 22 choice Angus crossbred steers, 600-625 lbs. off short grass. 80 Holstein steers, 750-900 Ibs. These are a one man set coming off short grass and are an extra good set. 44 Angus heifers, 525 Ibs. 37 Whiteface and Angus heifers, 425 Ibs. 200 mixed cattle by sale time. __ Dunlap I pvestock Auctio.] I I  I II III .,,, CATTLE FEEDERS q I I I I I F r DUANE OJ, ND. IOWA Telephone 755-3241 BONDED FOR YOUR PROTECTION I I I I II n I I II II I