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Hogs p- Farm Services CALL US FOR "ON-THE-SPOT" FARM TIRE SERVICE , IN MORE FARM HOMES .... -, ,   , , - ,. ,,., !M/r nneT RENT - 360 ACRES nt, sealed bids. r, t45. - 65 ACRES, BARE Center Twp., Shelby Sec. 1, Monroe Shelby n40tf FOR SALE producing crop acres, CSR Jackson Jackson Twp. 74 full set of & good Elk unimproved Sac. 15 Twps., a good ETAILS, Contact: PETERSEN, Broker office home BUY- #2 OR BETTER , Kirkman, 712/766- t46 BUY - RHINITIS and of any size. Call t5tf selec- April farrowed )shire boars, Call 755- Craig Olson, n44. FOR SALE - REGISTERED DUROC Boars borh 2-15-89, Kent Kersten, 644-3222. n44 FOR SALE - CHESTER WHITE MALE hogs, 4 miles east of Harlan airport, 1/4 miles south. Call Ray H. Larson, 744-3348 n54. FOR SALE - HAMPSHIRE BOARS, uaranteed breeds, Willis Lippold, voca, 343-2625. t45, FOR SALE - PUREBRED DUROC boars, Jan. & Feb. farrowed phone 764-6444, George Mortensen, E k Horn. t33tf FOR SALE - PUREBRED Hamp- shire, Spot and Spot-Duroc boars. Tested and guaranteed. Dan Foil- mann, Massena, 779-3501. n13tf 1-800-622-2233 ' PUREBREDS & J E.--" caossBR.Ds -- " MITCHELL BROS. Boars & Gilts WINTERSET, IA I  Ask for Maurice Sr., r Maury Jr. or Mann , Large Whites Chester Whites Durocs Hamps Landrace Computenzed & Scanned data available. Boars & gilts preconditioned outside FREE DELIVERY FOR SALE - JOHN DEERE A trac- tor. recently overhauled. Equiped with 12 volt. Call 647-3030, Woodbine. t46 WE BREAK HORSES - DO YOU need your babies broke to lead? Do you have coming, 2 year olds that you would like broke in the spring? Like to have your young horse ridden after a winter's rest? Book now to be first on the list. We are also standing a beautiful cherry red Sorrel Quarter Horse stallion - Obviously A Coin. Fee for 1990 - $100 - now booking. Call for price list and pedigree and picture of the stallion, 712/744-3694. n44 Office Phone: (712) 886-5215 Pryor: (712) 647-2712, owner/mgr. (712) 884-2328, owner/mgr. farm fresh feeder pigs 100 head at 35 Ibs. Ibs-- 100 head at 45 Ibs E !iiiA NDI iCOWSiiiiiiiiill :::::.:,:, :;i:i; ::::::;:::::::::::: :;::::::? ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: rwf,lst & 2nd calf heifers, bred to and Saler bulls bred to Charolals and Saler bulls Heteford cross cows cows, bred to Charolais bulls Llmousin and bwf, heifers, coming with to Saler bulls steer calves 400-450 Ibs cross, steers and heifers, 5 50 c Jves, 525 Ibs. heifers, 450 Ibs steers, 550 Ibs ling heifers, 750 Ibs 800 Ibs and crossbred heifers green 775 Ibs, and redneck,Angus yearling Ibs., green, pending. cattle by sale time. If you have live- us a call, we will have a good S Outbound Telemarketing Ineeds q SCheduling start paid training sphere advancement review within 90 days WANTED TO BUY - ANY CLASS of horses. Call 627-4686 or 747- 6451. t46, CESSPOOL PUMPING. Call Don Dotzter 7484761 or 748-3186, Defiance. Ca co act. nt9tf Call Collect (712) 748-3961 DON KLOEWER Defiance, Iowa 33 yrs. service to this area WELL-DIGGING, TRENCHING pump repairing, back hoe digging, dozing, phone 489-2050 or 627- 4239. Clem Arkfeld & Sons. n18tf These are the keys... TO A MORE SUCCESSFUL FOR SALE AD INCLUDE: 1. Your name 2. Your town 3. Your phone number People like to knew who they are dealing with before they answer your ad. Also, the Newspapers & PennySaver circulate in a 30- mile radius so location is a big factor, this is why you should always include your name, town and phone num- ber in your sale ad. You'll get better.sale results by doing this. II I i. ManillaNev;---'---- I/llllll/](]/]]]]f]]i]/l/]//lllSl/S]]]]]I//]l]]]l]/lIIlll Y ..... dr .............. i!!!/i.i ............ 1!1./ITr77r 11-1-89 Irene Backhaus returned home Saturday afternoon after spending the last two weeks in Myrtue Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha where she went for observa- tion and tests. GET-TOGETHER HELD A family get-together was held Sunday noon at the Manilla Fireman's Hall. Those attending were Jiggs Mc- Mahons, Jim Hailers and boys and Mike Dickson family all of Manilla; Pat McMahons and Sean of Minden; Gene Katzer family of Buck Grove; Gary McMahon family, Jim McMahon, Tim McMahon and Tara, Donna Haynie and boys, Kirk Hansen and Susan McMahon all of Omaha. Madonna Schwieso and Pat McMahon were afternoon visi- tors. Pat Powers family of Portsmouth, VA., and Clarice Powers went to Omaha Thursday to visit at Bill Powerses. Marjorie Smith of Odebolt spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her daughter and son-in- law, Charles E. Agans. Gary Palmers, Kristine and Jacob of Des Moines and Scott Palmer spent the week- end at the parental, LeRoy Palmers. VISITING IN MO. VALLEY Thursday, Pat Powers fam- ily of Portsmouth, VA., and Clarice Powers went to Mo. Valley and visited with Bill Lohndorfs, Kevin and Cory. Justin Olerich of Denison spent the weekend at Charles E. Agans. Supper guests of Clarice Powers Friday night were Pat Powers family of Portsmouth, Va., and Mike Powers family of Manilla. The Golden Opportunity Club met Tuesday, Oct. 24 with 25 attending. It was de- cided to have our holiday din- ner Dec. 7 with a $2 grab bag exchange. Happy Birthday was sung to Emma Grage, Annie Denton, Hertha Schroeder and Lena Schwieso. Door prizes were won by Vance and Ruby Kloewer, Edna Mitzel, Hertha Schroeder and Arlene Jahn. There will be no meeting in Nov. ATTENDED JUDD'S CONCERT Edna Mitzel and Violet Rasmussen went to Ak-Sar- SKILLED NURSING UNIT An opportunity exists for a Registered Nurse with an interest in long-term patient care in our 18-bed Skilled Nursing Unit. This 12-hour shift requires only 5 shifts every 2 weeks to be eligible for full time benefits. We also offer 100% tuition reimbursement for continuing education at an accredited col- lege of your choice. Please call collect for additional information: MERCY HOSPITAL, PERSONNEL DEPT. Box 1C Council Bluffs, IA 51503 (712) 328-5161 BILL MITCHELL SWINE SERVICE On "Atport Road' Winteraet, Iowa , .... CROSSBRED BOARS OPEN&BRED ,.,,. "" -" "''i " ,P, LARGE WHITE WHITE UNE GILTS I . -u" -''..b,&- qR'-- / DUROC Toll Free" LANDRACE HAMPSHIRE 1-800-622-2627 i LACOMOE 515-462-3539 COMPUTERIZED PERFORMANCE ALL BRED GILTS ARE HAND MA TED "CHARUE" BILL ITCHELL'S HERO BOAR "Your One Stop Auto Repair Headquarters" | Brakes Balancing Exhausts | Oil/Filter changes Tune ups A/C I Alignments , Electrical Batteries t Fuel Injectio.n cleaning ._oii i Joe Sondag, owner-- --'8Ol'h'St'T'. Harlan | 755-5819 Quality Reliable Service J i  iil i  ,g rapid de WE NEED: Anyone wishing to supplement their income: Grandparents, Housewives, Students, etc. Ability to work evenings and/or Saturdays Willing to learn Enjoy talking to people Ability to type 10 w.p.m. md health agents also needed. Licensed agents ,rate and are given a salary review between Mr. Dan Seliger at 744'3125 evenings. al Communications Services, Inc. is a subsidiary of MUTUAL COOPERATIVE TELEPHONE CO. I FARM FOR SALE 320 ACRES, M/L: Located 2 miles north of Walnut, decribed as N 1/2 of Sac. 33, Monroe Twp. Shelby Co. 91% till- able, almost all Marshall &Judson gently rolling soils. Nice, newer large home, cattle yards, machine shed & grain bin. Farm can be split Into three tracts. =- This listed farm la an ac- quired property of Farm Credit Bank of Omaha and may be subject to Seller's procedure as they relate 1o the Agricultural Credit Act of 1987. -Thla property may qualify for financing under FmHA's Demonstration Project. Con- i tact FmHA and a lender of l your choice for further de- tails. - Farm Credit Service offers many competitive financing options. For financing Infor- mation contact the Harlan lending office. For Sale Details, Cell: 243-4444 m/th and ervlce Co. Farm 5a/es . Manat . Ap#ralal Ben at Omaha Sunday and at- tended the concert of the Judd's. Pat Powers family of Portsmouth, VA., left for their home Saturday after spending a week visiting his mother, Clarice Powers. When he gets to VA., he will fly to the Mediterranean where he will be stationed for six months. BABY IS BAPTIZED Lindsey Ann, daughter of Steve Steckelbergs was bap- tized Sunday morning at the Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor Glenn Wiechmann, of- ficiating. Sponsors were Jill Blom and Christopher McKown of Omaha. Witnesses were Phyllis Ewoldt and John Blare. A dinner was held at Steckelbergs at noon. Those attending were grandparents, Ed Bandows and Viola Steckelberg of Denison; Ed Bandows and Viola Steckelberg of Denison brother, Kenny Steckelberg, also Lorren McKown family of Omaha; Larry Steckelberg and Sylvia Sharer of Des Moines; Brad Rutherfords and boys, John Blum family, Steve Gross and Paul Heimans and boys. Kevin Gallagher, Bridget and Tommy of West Des Moines spent the weekend at his parents, Amie Gallaghers. Sunday, they attended the beef dinner and craft show at Defiance. SATURDAY NIGHT GUESTS Saturday night supper guests of Arnie Gallaghers were Kevin Gallagher, Bridget and Tommy of West Des Moines and Karen Kloewer of Defiance. Mae Franks of Essex was a Sunda.y eve and Monday morn- mg visitor of her parents, Vance Kloewers. Marcus Mundts of Harlan were dinner guests Sunday eve at the parental Gilbert Mundts. Mrs Robert Hedin, Chad and Richard of Hutchinson, MN., were guests for the weekend at her parents, Rev. and Mrs Glenn Wiechmans. Gilbert Mundts left Friday for Huxley where they were joined by their daughter, Sharon Santa, on their trip to Cedar Rapids, where they vis- ited Virginia's aunt, Mae Steerns and daughter, Alta Mae Cooper. Mae and Alta Mae were former residents of Manilla. Gilbert Mundts were overnight guests of their daughter, Sharon. Saturday, they went to their son, Harry Mundts and family at Ames, where they spent the weekend. The Mundts returned home Monday. Phillip Olsons of Jefferson were Saturday eve and Sunday visitors of her sister and brother-in-law, Eldon Olsons. CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY Wes Dumdeises entertained Sunday dinner for Don Jensens, Kourtney and Josh of Galva in honor of Josh's 14th birthday. Eldon Olsons ate dinner at the Denison Senior Citizen Center Friday. Leona Olson attended a birthday party at Mrs Bob Meyer near Denison for the Irwin Farmers Produce 190+ Be. Corn Yield Paul Nelson, Eugene Juhl, Cy Monson, Tony Gross & Rowly Burton of rural Irwin produced 190+ bushels of corn in side by side yield comparisons with Pioneer Hybrid 3362. For more Information about Pioneer products, contact local sales repre- sentative Bob Burton at 782-3320. PIONEER, , ,NO - SEED COON All sales are subject to the terms of labelin and sale documents. Restered trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. 199, Pioneer Hi-Bred hat'l, Inc. F See A -Pg. 15A " arian IA News Advertiser J r. morn., Nov. 3 1989) Phone 755-31'11 / birthdays of Mary Jean Rasmussen of Vail; Lisa Meyer and Virgie Deiber, who was unable to attend. Also present were Pat Robbins and Helen Dodge of Denison. LEFT FOR MISSOURI Carl Rostermundts accom- panied by Joan Rostermundt and Mark Gannon of Omaha left Friday and went to Nevada, MO., to Rod Huffakers and family. They went especially to observe the occasion of Shawna being confirmed on Wednesday, Nov. 1, Joan Rostermundt is her sponsor by proxy. They returned home Sunday eve. Eldon Olsons attended Howdy Neighbors at Denison, Thursday. lowans join clean-up day October 30 is "National Clean Up Congress Day". Iowans are joining a national coalition to reform Congress. On Monday, Oct. 30, 1989, the National Citizens Campaign to Clean Up Congress will hold press con- ferences around the country in over 40 cities including 4 in Iowa -- Des Moines, Waterloo, Cedar Rapids, and Omaha-Council Bluffs. WOULD YOU HIRE SALESman for $4.50 for a week? That's exactly what you do when you place your Want Ad in the Harlan Newspapers & PennySaver... buy, sell, trade, rent find you can do most anything with the tt e but m ghty For barn ad in the Harlan Newspapers. Run it two weeks and get third week FREE - reaches 15,500 homes. Lottery plans hoopla There will be an added ele- ment of excitement when the Iowa Hawkeyes face the UNI Panthers in a basketball game on January 3. During the game's hal!time a lucky Iowa Lottery player is going to win $50,000. "The Lottery will produce its next live television special from the UNI dome during hal!time," announced Lottery Commissioner Dr. Edward Stanek, "we're calling it the Hal!time Hoopla." Prizes ranging from $5,000 to $50,000 will be randomly drawn from mailed entries of five non-winning Iowa Lottery scratch tickets. REC property tax is listed at $55,690 The Nishnabotna REC's property tax payments in 1989 totaled $55,690.00. Within each county that the REC has electric lines the payment is then distributed by school districts. There were 17 different school districts that received a porUon of the total taxes for the year. The distri- bution to the school districts is based upon the amount of electric lines located in each district. The breakdown per county was as follows: Audubon County... $5,819.00 Cass County ........ $2,657.00 Crawford County ...... $340.00 Harrison County ...... $728.00 Pottawattamie County ............ $15,298.00 Shelby County .... $30.848.00 Total .................. $55,690.00 BUY YOUR HARLAN NEWSPAPERS AT... On Monday & Thursday afternoons, you can pick up a current copy of Harlan Newspapers, 50 at the following places: Pexton Drug Red's Cafe Warner's 66 Norgaard Drug Dean's Texaco Kum & Go MickePs Amoco Corner Store Hy Vee Super Valu Faraway Casey's General Store Pamida Pharmacy Newspaper Office H Sat., November 4 Weigh sows, 10:00 am; Feeder pigs, 12:30 pm; Cows, 2:30 pm; Feeder cattle, 3 pm HOGS 70 pigs weighing 20 Ibs. 65 pigs weighing 25-30 Ibs. 85 pigs weighing 35.40 I1. 70 pigs weighing 45-50 IbL 60 pigs weighing 55-60 Ibs. 65 pigs weighing 70-80 Ibs. 100-150 pigs weighing 100-150 Ibm. Call for bred sow and gilt listing SOLD 1559 pigs Sat, on a steady to lower market. 102 pigs, 45 Ibs., $42; 75 pigs, 50 Ibs., $44.50; 151 pigs, 25 Ibs., $24.50; 46 pigs, 62 Ibs., $52; 39 pigs, 38 Ibs., $35. SOLD 725 Weigh sows 300-500 Ib.s, $39.75.41; 525-700 Ibs., $40.50-41.30, Boars, $3839. EXPECT 1500 hogs for Sat. SHEEP EXPECT 100-200 bred ewes, open ewes, bucks, fat lamb=, feeder lambs. Fat lamb top was $58 COWS & BULLS EXPECT 50-IOO bred cows. Call for latest cori0nmants or appraisals. CALVES & YEARLINGS 5.10 Bucket canes 25-50 New crop calves 100-200 Mixed bulls, steers & heifers, 300-600 Ibs. 100-200 Mixed bulls, steers & heifers, 600-800 Ibs. 50-100 Mixed bulls, steers & heifers. 100-150 weigh cows, heiferettes, bulls EXPECT 300-400 cattle of all weights & classes. SOLD 89 weigh cows Sat. on a market $1-3 lower. Most cows, $44-48; Top cows, $50-53 DON'T FORGET SPECIAL COW-CALF & YEARLING SALE Many additional consignments. All cattle pending at ed time last week will be here. Call for latest consignments or appraisals. See last week's ad for complete details. " MISCELLANEOUS ..... 1000 Bales of hay & straw - (2) Txl4' Barge wagons w/Welhm- dorf gears & hoist, 300 bu. - Buzz saw- (2) Kitchen tables & chairs - Homestead wood stove. TERMS: Csld. Not responsilota for accidents. For more information contact: Erv Pauley & Son, Auctioneers PH: (712) 263-314g, barn; 263-6644, J.R.; or Dave Van Ness, Soldier, 844-2530. Auction Service, Clerk --''"--', Harlan Firestone Tire 2 .. MUFFLERS 00uoo $3595 1 i Ou e custom exhausts, too .... you your car run quietly. pipe bending done here IN - THE - FIELD! ON - THE - ROAD! ON - THE - FARM! Tlr Our fully equipped Firestone farm service truck brings you fast on-the-spot tire REPAIRS, REPLACEMENTS and HYDRO-FLATION... Hydraulic Replacements While You Wait AUTO PARTS 506 E. Market St. Harlan, Iowa 755-5105