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MORE FARM HOMES T Sheep Farm Equipment "RHINITIS and size. Call t5tf s 2 Weeks Farm Services r Horses Deliv- laPproval. Foil- n13tf p.- Farm Equipment FOR SALE - two-1 YEAR SUFFOLK grade Rams. Both blue ribbon win- ners at Shelby County Fair. Mark Rold, 773-4567t n34, FOR SALE - GOOD SELECTION OF Suffolk Ram lambs and Ewe lambs and one purebred Columbian Ram, coming two years old. Call 744- 3225 after 6 p.m., Dennis Coenen. t34 FOR SALE - 7 YEAR OLD Shetland pony, broke to ride and pull cart. Pony harness and two wheel cart. Call 782-3434. t34 FOR SALE - FIRST AND SECOND cutting alfalfa hay. Small square bales, $1.50. Call 744-3613. t35 FOR SALE - GRASSY OATS straw, picked up for field, 50 a bale. Call 766-3287. n32 FOR SALE - HAY, SQUARE BALES, $1.85 per bale. Also, straw $2.00 per bale. Call 644-2397 after 4 p.m. n33 FOR SALE - ALFALFA HAY square and round bails, bright green, phone 627-4613, Westphalia. t33 FOR SALE - A.C.-D-19 GAS trac- tor, wide front end, 3 hydraulic valves, 3 pt. hitch, umbrella, new paint job, excellent condition. Call 712/643-5362. n34 FOR SALE- 16' CATTLE SELF feeder, $300.00, 712/747-9411. Earling. n32 CESSPOOL PUMPING. Call Don Dotzler, 748-4761 or 748-3186, Defiance. Call collect, nt9tf [H,4t ;/oil] !1 ;11J Lvd ;11 fie.! ' Call Collect (712) 748-3961 DON KLOEWER Defiance, Iowa - 33 yrs. service to this area WANTED - CUSTOM BALING, square bales, 25, phone 627- 4613, Westphalia. t33 WELL-DIGGING, TRENCHING pump -repairing, back hoe digging, dozing, phone 489-2050 or 627- 4239. Clem Arkfeld & Sons. n!8t ! CUSTOM BALING with Vermeer 60,5,1 Baler. RALPH BLUM Panama 489-2586 FOR SALE - 5 BEAR CAGE TYPE  * corn cribs, with steep roofs, 747- 3561. t35 FOR SALE- 2 L JOHN DEERE ma- nure spreaders; 4 double decked nursery decks; 8 raised farrowing decks with feeders and waters. Call 343-2588, Avoca. t35 AGO bresen aw that a better prevail lo- families in 1951, taxes, of again net in- family. if the were every in the each owe le Deluxe |mounted Elmer new and Posses- es set Do ignore the fi- Iowa is her two new !.signed board. sheiner Robert Siemersen of Meadow Grove, NE., who will be the science instructor. Both graduated from Nebraska State Teachers College at Wayne. Panama - Pauley Baby Baptized - Scott Francis, in- fant son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Pauley was baptized in St. Mary's Church, Sunday. Sponsors were Francis Koesters of Earling and Mrs Leo Pauley. 17 YEARS AGO Aug. 7, 1972 Two area residents were listed in fair condition Friday at a Council Bluffs hospital with injuries suffered in a car accident. Two and one half miles south of Minden earlier in the day. Listed were Gerald Wellman, 29, Neola with back, neck and facial injuries, and Diana Horst, 24, Shelby, back and right shoulder in- juries, multiple cuts and bruises. Speaking of Feed . . . feed grain producers can look forward to a better season in 1972-73 if they do not exceed their March 1 plans of 118.3 million acres. With prospec- tive production and usage in fairly close balance, prices would be more stable and firmer at harvest-time than the lower level in 1971. Panama - Pat Schmitz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vince Schmitz of Panama, graduated from Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville, MO., Aug. 3 with a degree in elementary education. She has accepted a position in the Savannah Missouri School system this fall .///////]/////////////////////]///// Jackson ENJOYED BREAKFAST OUT Members of Friendly Neighbor Club enjoyed break- fast at a Walnut care, Thursday. Della Nelsen of Detroit, MN., and Ethel Rudolph of Elk Horn were guests at Orville Hansens, Friday. Lyle Knudsens and Dan Knudsens and boys visited Merlin Knudsens Sunday night. Special guests were Max Knudsens, Sara and Craig of Ft. Wayne, IN. FOR SALE - USED ROYAL UPRITE manual typewriter (like you learned on in school). Works well. just checked over, new ribbon, $40. See at Harlan Tribune, 755-3111.n13tf Reshape the attic. [Sell it with a classified ad. 755-3111 Harlan Firestone Tire MUFFLERS S359s Our Mufflers make your car run quletlyl o custom exhausts, too pipe bending done here FIELD "ROAD! FARM! Firestone farm you fast and ERE YOU NEED IT llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll#lllllllllllllllllllllllllll Manilla News I ................................................................. M 8-9-89 Roger Conrads and Wes Dumdeis visited with their fa- ther, Claude Conrad at the Veteran's Hospital in Omaha. VISITING OLD NEIGHBORS Joe Luckiesh of Ottumwa and Mark Luckiesh of MN., were Monday afternoon visi- tors of Charles E. Agnes. They were former neighbors of the Agans. Hertha Moore of Newton has been visiting at Frank Perrys while her brothers, Frank is in the hospital. She came Wednesday and went home Sunday. Dick Thomssens of Co. Bluffs vis- ited Sunday with her mother, Alma Perry and also with her father, Frank Perry at the Crawford Co. Hospital. Hilda Fuller and Arlene Lueth enjoyed dinner with Helen Nielsen and Sadie Fascher of Harlan at a restau- rant in Harlan Sunday. The afternoon was spent at Faschers. All enjoyed lunch before returning home. STECKFJ.BERG REUNION The annual Max Steckelberg reunion was held at the Fireman's Hall Sunday. Those attending were Hattie Steckelberg of Harlan; Minnie Hollander of Early; John Steckelbergs and Viola Steckelberg of Denison; Walter Lapels of Manning; Harold Paces of Fort Dodge; Loren McKunns and daughter of Omaha; Larry Steckelbergs of Des Moines; Lester Steckelbergs, Jill Thomas and children and Mike Dupuee of Menlo; Brett and Shawn Bandow of Iowa Falls; Alvin Bandows, Lester Hasses and Steve Steckelberg all of Manilla. Hattie Steckelberg received a prize for being the oldest. Lester Steckelberg for the most family members attend- ing and Brett and Shawn Bandow for coming the longest distance. John Steckelberg and Heather McKunn won the door prizes. NISHNA VALLEY CLUB MET The Nishna Valley Club met Aug. 1 with Alma Perry as hostess with 11 members present to answer roll call and two guests, Elsie Steekelberg and Irene Backhaus. Edna Mitzel won the hostess gift and Violet Rasmussen the tray prize. The next meeting will be Sept. 5 with Violet Rasmussen as hostess. It will be a potluck dinner. Eldon Olsons visited at Allen Olson family Sunday. Mrs Dale McCone and Nancy Hall visited with Mrs Bernice Bauer at the Manning Plaza Thursday. Dr. Forest Barneses of Ames spent Friday night with her sister and brother-in-law, Eldon Olsons. They left for Denver, CO., Saturday morn- ing. HAPPY SECOND BIRTHDAY Wade Lawsons hosted a birthday party Sunday after- noon for their daughter, Kyla's second birthday, which will be Aug. 14. Guests present for birthday cake and ice cream were Jeremy Ertz of Manilla; Sandy Van Houten, Deb Van Houten family, Malty Nelson family, Ella Nelson, LaVerne Nelson and Aaron Terwilliger family all of Dunlap; Jim Jackson family, Bob Wagner family and Coleen Kroll and Adam of Woodbine. Kenton Gruhns family hosted a dinner Sunday in honor of Julie Gruhn and Krista Witt, who will be leav- ing for college soon. Guests present were Ray Witts, Doris Witt and Krista and Lynn Odendahl from Manning; Eric Monson of Irwin and Irene Backhaus. Kevin Lingles are the proud parents of a 6 lbs. 12 1/2 oz., daughter born Aug. 5 at Manning General Hospital. She has been named Katie Jean and joins a sister, Jessica, 3. Grandparents are Larry Justices and Ramon Lingles. Great-grandparents are Maynard Gunnlaugssons of Sturgant Bay, WI. Great-great grandmother is Alta Justice of Manilla Manor. VISITING AT MOM AND DAD'S Ralph Beams visited at her parents, Leland Larsons near Irwin. They also visited Mrs Larson's sister, Viola Minikus and Marie Kugel of Minneapolis, MN., Who vis- ited a week at Larsons. Esta Belle Denton of PA.; Wes Dumdeis and Laura Kolbe attended the Methodist Church services at the Manning Park last Sunday. A potluck dinner was also held. Scott DeLances and Shawn of Fredricksburg came Saturday to her parents and stayed until Thursday. Scott had a week's vacation from his duties at Farmland. ATTEND BEAM REUNION Sunday, Ralph Beams, Kenny Bauers, Niki and Jason and Scott DeLances and Shawn of Fredricksburg at- tended a Beam family reunion at Arion. Norma Kloewer of Stuart spent Monday and Tuesday visiting her mother, LuRene Olson. Carl Rostermundts joined other family members and at- tended the wedding of Monica Harlow and David Fowler at St. Let's Catholic Church in Omaha Saturday. The recep- tion was held at the President's Room. They spent the night in Omaha visiting. Harlan Huckins of Harlan and Arnold Jensens were Sunday visitors of Dale Snyders. Larry Farleys were Sunday afternoon and eve visi- tors. Ben Snyder of Denison was a supper guest Sunday of Dale Snyders. Fred Barenquast and Margaret Van Horne of Co. Bluffs were Monday overnight guests of their sister and brother-in-law, Dale Snyders. COFFEE GUESTS Tuesday coffee guests of Dale Snyders were her sister, Lelia Eagan of Dunlap and Ira Farleys of Fairboult, MN. 8-8-89 Mrs Kenneth Hanson and Troy Hansens and McKenzie spent the weekend at Bob Atkinsons at North Liberty, where they attended Dawn Bert-Tim Atkinson wedding Saturday. Mrs Brian Schelling and Grog are visiting her parents, Harold Richardses. Orville Hanscns, Rolando Santistsbans and Anna and Mrs Jack Piton, James, Jennifer and Jessica spent soy- end days at Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun at Kansas City last week. NISHNABOTNA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY WITH MEET Nishnabotna Genealogical Society will meet at Prairie Trails Museum, Aug. 14 at 6:45 p.m. They will go to Harlan cemetery to see the site of the demolished mausoleum, graves of dignitaries, etc. Business meeting and potluck lunch will be held at museum later. Anyone is welcome. Funeral services were held for Eugene Stewart at St. Michael's Catholic Church Monday morning. Several from this area at- tended the Brenda Hansen-Ron Hamilton wedding at Elk horn Saturday night. Marilyn Bennett and Roy Andersen were Sunday supper guests at Lynn Andersens. BRIDAL SHOWER Many attended a bridal shower for Christine Chase and Calvin Clemons of Wappinger Falls, N.Y. at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Sunday night. Gene Greers and Orville Hansens attended the Madsen family reunion at Audubon Sunday. Lee Sandford of Omaha; Fran Minear and daughter of Westin and Joe and Joseph Dreher spent Sunday at Fred Drehers. Karin and Frank Scott of Atlanta, GA., are visiting their uncle and aunt, Fred Drehers. BOECK CONSTRUCTION TILER DOZERS DRAG LINES SCRAPERS LOADERS BACK HOES MANILLA, IA 654-5682 BILL MITCHELL SWINE SERVICE "CHAR/./E" BILL WTCHELLI HEnO BOAR on "A Road" Winterset, Iowa CROSSBRED BOARS OPEN & BRED LARGE WHITE WHITE LINE GILTS DUROC Toll Free LANDRACE 1"800"622"2627 HAMPSHIRE LACOMBE 515-462-3539 COMPUTERIZED PERFORMANCE ALL BRED GILTS ARE HAND MATED DAVID E. KOOS Bus. 7EW-5724 Home: 755-2774 2114 12th St. Harlan, IA State Farm Insurance Companies Home Offk:u, Bloomington, IL OFFICE: 756-2157 HOME: 782-3203 ( ROWLY BURTON FARM APPRAISAL les Mzmgement WHITE-WESTINGHOUSE Appliance Dealer Sales & SeNice Bacon Hardware Harllm, IA VISTA BICYCLES Sales - SeMce - Repair WE TRADE Bacon Hardware ]larlmt, IA The One To See: FARM TRACTOR DICK  OVERHAUL Do'rZLER Wholesale Parts, s13 corm st Machine Shop Service Herlan, IA Stale Farm Insurance Companies Home TOM'S AUTO'DIESEL Olflce, Bloomon, IL PRAIRIE ROE LAKE ltD., HkqLAN COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Hadn, IA 755-5195 Prudential Life, Auto, Health Home & Mutual Funds JF MARJORIE PLAGMAN RI. 1, Box 47, Irwin 782-3269 Protection , Equip. Inc. l 1177th SL. Harlma 755-3171 Fire Extinguisher Salee & Service GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR Over 25 YeeJrs el Sendce to Shet)y Counly SWANSON AUTOMOTIVE B[ARLAN, IA PlI. 755-5187 This Space For Rent This Space For Rent This Space For Rent FEfrn BUreau INSURANCE 7SS-]i14S, 12011 lake George Road Hadanf Iowa ATTENDED HORSE SHOW Orville Hansens and Kenneth Hansens and Angle attended a horse show at Denison last week. Mary Lou Andersen and Nancy went to Olathe, KS., July 24, where they visited Vita Reeves. Tuesday, Vita Reeves, Mary Lou and Nancy accompanied Larry and Gary Reeves of Kansas City, KS., to Martinville, IL., where they visited Charles Reeveses sev- eral days. They also toured in IN., and returned to Olathe Saturday. Monday, Mary Lou hosted a party in honor of her mother, Vita's birthday. Those attending were Maynard, Tana and Nicki Reeves of Raetewn, MO.; Betty Lee Rosman of Independence, MO., and larry, Sue, Shannon, Stephanie and Gary Reeves of Kansas City, KS. Mary Lou and Nancy re- turned home Saturday. Last week, Fred Drehers and Joseph Dreher accompanied Ralph Schmitzes, Excelsior Sprmgs, MO., to Morrison, CO., where they attended fu- neral services for a niece, Gerda Dreher. Farr Sec A - Pg. 11A " Inn IA News Advesef I i. morn., Aug. 11,19e9 ] Phone 755-3111 j' AT'rENDED CARSON RODEO Kenneth Hansens and Angie, Orville Hansens and Ray Esbecks attended Carson rodeo Thursday night. Angle was runner-up in queen con- test. Larry Scotts, Arthur Maxwells, Mrs Raymond Petersen and Max Edwards at- tended a Maxwell family re- union at Colorado State University at Ft. Collins, CO., last week. Marilyn Bennett of Atlantic and Roy Andersen were Sunday dinner guests at Lynn Andersens. Several from this area at- tended Nancy Clemons-Mark Ehrecke of Davenport at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Saturday night. Sunday, Orville Hansens and Kenneth Hansen and Angle attended a horse show at Coon Rapids. Enroute home Orville Hansens visited Clarence Jacobsens and Harry Christensen all at Coon Rapids. Lynn Andersens and Nancy were supper guests of Roy Andersen Saturday night. "Your One Stop Auto Repair Headquarters" Joe S0ndag, owner PLUMB & SONS Now booking fall terracing & dozer work. KIRKMAN, IA 766-3236 Sat., August 12 and Special Cattle Sale Weigh sows, 10:00 am; Feeder pigs, 12:30 pm; Cows, 2:30 pm; Feeder cattle, 3 pm HOGS 60 pigs weighing 20-25 Ibs. 65 pIES weighlag 25-30 11)4. 70 pies weighing 3540 Ibs. 85 pigs weighing 45-50 Ibe. 80 pigs weighing 55-60 Ibs. 60 pip welghMa 70-80 lira. 10 Mixed gilts to farrow soon, pending, call Call for bred sow and gilt listing SOLD 1492 pies on a steady to lower market. 41 pip, 45 Ibs., $33; 117 pIES, 23 Ibs., $28.50; 52 pigs, 53 Ibs., $35.50; 52 pIES, 64 Ibs., $40. SOLD 748 Weigh sows 300-485 Ib.s, $34-36.25; 500-700 Ibs., $35-37; Boars, $36-37. EXPECT 1500 hogs for Sat. II ii t i N.EASE NOTE: WE WILL KEEP SELLING SOWS AT 10:00 A.M. SHEEP EXPECTING 100-200 ewes, bucks, feeder iambs, fat inndm. COWS & BULLS Complete dispersion. Don't miss thesa replacements, papers wIH ba furnbhed on some cows 11 Slmmentel cows with calves weiahing over 350 Ibs. It side, coinn with 2nd-5th calf 7 Cherolab-Angus crossbred cows with big crossbred calves at side 2 Sin.mental papornd burs EXPECT 25-50 bred cows & cow/calf pairs 5 breeding bulb CALVES & YEARLINGS 10-20 Bucket calves 15 New crop can, 200-300 ibs. 30 New crop calves, 200-300 Ibs., Immllag 6 Holstein steers, 475 ibs. 7 Mixed helfem, are=m, 600 I1. 10 Fancy cressbrad steers, Fnen, 450-500 IM. 70 Mixnd crossbred helfors, vac al ways, 9 open, strictly green, 600-650 Ibs., pandlng 28 Sknmentel crossbred steers, vac all ways, green, 776. 825 Ibs. 30 Slmnmntel Charolais-Angus steers, vac al ways, Meen, fancy, 725-775 Ibs. 50 Mixed crossbred steers & heifen, vac all ways, green, 550-600 lira. 15 Mixed crossbred steers, 850-900 ibs. 25 Holstein steers, medium flesh, 875-950 Ibs. 35 Mixed yeedinEs, 600 Ibs. 15 Mixed yeadlnEs, 750 ibs. 115 Holstein steers weighing 425475 Ibs. EXPECTING 100-200 Mixed buns, steers & helfen, 300-800 Iks. of all claSSes 100-150 weigh cows, helforettes, bulb This is only a partial listini. EXPECT 500-600 cattle of all welahts & classes. Call for free apprabals or consignants. SOLD 107 weigh cows on a steady to higher market, most cows $46-50;, top cows $61-55. Buffs $60-68. MISCELLANEOUS 1000 Balas of hay & straw - Baby ducks, |eees- (60) Sheets white tin, 8' - (7) Farrowing crates with waterers- Engine puller- Cherry picker- '75 Chevy pickup, rebuilt motor. TERMS: Cash. Not responsible for accidents, For more kffommtlon contact: Erv Pauley & Son, Auctioneers PH: (TI2) 263-3149, ksm; 2E3.3344, J.R,; or Dan Van Nell, Soldiar, 144-2S3ii Paule Auction Service I Clerk