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GO CYCLONES GO Skelly Service Sick, proprietor Durant • Batteries • Goodyear Tires • Accessories 755-2206 at Northwestern Elmer Norgoard or Russell Lund for .HOUR SERVICE aard 755-2178 Purdue at Ohio St. 37 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -NOV. 17, 1932- Oscar Boose has resigned his position as deputy clerk of the district court, and will operate a general store in Tennant. He plans to open his business house on Saturday of this week, with a grocery stock, and to add such lines, from time to time, as demand may make profitable. Mrs Mike Wilwerding broke both bones in her right leg, near the ankle, as she was walking to a neighbor's house. The break was caused by a misstep or a little slip. She did not fall, but broke a leg withoug getting off her feet, and stayed on her feet till she was taken home. Jack Koester came very near losing his house by fire Wed- nesday. He lives four miles northeast of Earling. We un- derstand he and his family were away, and that Alex Weiss, a neighbor, who was picking corn nearby noticed the roof of the house in flames. He rushed to the house, called for help, and they managed to put the fire out after a portion of the roof had burned. The Harlan fire truck was called, and was near the place in a few minutes. But the fire was put out before the truck arrived, as some of the roads in that neighborhood were drifted shut, and the truck had to turn and make several stabs before they found the open road. 27 YEARS AGO from Harlan News-Advertiser +Advertiser -NOV. 12, 1942- Scott Holloway of Douglas township is the winner of the Ten Acre Corn Yield Contest spon- sored by the Shelby County Farm Bureau and the Harlan Kiwanis Club with a yield of 168.74 bushels with U. S. 13 variety. Other winners include: Andrew Frederickson, Ed Lakers, Tony ADpel, Otto Thompson, Tony Schaben, Will Buman, Garland Grabill, and Chas White. Harlan's high geared football team gathered momentum Wednesday afternoon after a slow first quarter and ground up Denlson 26 TO 6 to clinch the Midwest conference title for 1942. It was a season of only one defeat for the Cyclones who fell before Carroll in the first conference game of the year. This is the first conference title that the Cyclones have taken in dame the league was formed. Coach Gene Hertz has produced a fine hall club in his second year at Harlan - it has been an offensive club that didn't particularly worry about having a score made on them as long as they could get the ball and run too. • The Irwin theatre which has been closed for two months, was reopened Saturday evening under the management of the new owner, J. C. McMahon. Mr McMahon has purchased all the show equipment from A. Ames of Anita, the former manager, and plans to present three shows a week, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday nights. 17 YEARS AGO from Harlan News Advertiser -NOV. 11, 1952- Three local young men, who were graduated together in the class of 1950, enlisted in the U. S. Navy together April 4, 1951 and took their boot training together in San Diego, were all promoted on the same day. Each became third class petty officer October 15, although each is assigned to different branches now. Pat Byrnes, AD3, son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Byrnes, went to air- man's school at Jacksonville, Fla. and Memphis, Tenn. He has been assigned to Squadron VY2, N.A.S. at Quonset Point, R.I. Jim Chambers, DM3, son of Mr and Mrs Rex Chambers, went to draftsman's school at Port Hueneme, Calif., and from there PAGE $ Harlan, Ia. News Adve Mm. Morning, Nov. 10, Phone 755-3111" TO Little Creek, Va., where he is now stationed. Jim Goeser, DC3, son of Mr and Mrs Cyp Goeser, is now a dispersing clerk and stationed at San Francisco. He arrived home November 1 for a 21 day leave. A newcomer TO Harlan with his fatally is William "Bill" Dodd, who has recently become associated with Leo Farrier, and will have charge of the Farrier Department Store. Mr Dodd moved here from Grand Island, Nebr. EARLING, Ia. - The Far- mers Trust and Saving Bank of Earling, which serves a wide farming area, is observing its sixtieth anniversary. The bank in its latest report listed total resources of $1,400,000. A. J. Heese, who began his business career with the Earling in- stitution, has been cashier since 1949, when W. B. Ryan resigned. Mr Ryan, who had held the post since 1916, remained then as chairman of the board. A. E. Heese is president, M. A. Schemer and M. M. Leuschen, vice-presidents. BRIEF BAGS, ATTACHE CASES -- Large selection to choose from. The ideal gift. See at Tribune Office Supply Store, Harlan. LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR SHELBY COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JESSE SAMUEL LYTLE, Deceased. Probate No. 23-172-8073 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTORS, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF JESSE SAMUEL LYTLE, Deceased : You are hereby notified that on the 29th day of October, 1969, the Last Will and Testament of Jesse Samuel Lytle deceased bearing date of the lOth day of January, 1966, was ad- mitted to probate in the above named Court and that Wendell C. Lytle and J. Lee Lytle were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said Will must be brought in the District Court of said County within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the Clerk of the above named District Court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 29th day of October, 1969. WENDELL C. LYTLE, 613 West Main Street, Lake City, Iowa and J. LEE LYTLE, R. 4, Harlan, Iowa Executors of said Estate Fred Louis, Jr. Attorney for said Executors Harlan, Iowa Date of second publication 10th day of November, 1969. (Publish NA Nov. 3 and NA Nov. 10) A TREAT for Young & Old CONES I SUNDAES MALTS SANDWICHES SOFT DRINKS ISHAKES HOT CHOCOLATE BANANA SPLITS COFFEE MALTIES ONION RINGS FRENCH FRIES PIZZA CHICKEN IN A BASKET DAIRY QUEEN ,2504 12th 755-1753 Kan City Chiefs at New York Jets SAVE Time-Labor- Money FERTILIZE THIS FALL BURMEISTER FARM STORE Oklahoma St at Colorad( by County Bank FULL SERVICE BANK Back door Entrance for your convience 755-5112 Member F.D.I.C. Wyoming at New Mexico OIA 1Nq. . ZENITH $365.95 HARDWARE uri at Iowa State WEEKLY CASH PRIZES OF-- FIRST PLACE PRIZE SECOND PLACE PRIZE JIM WHARTON HEAD COACH, AVO-HA MY PREDICTIONS ARE: Michigan over Iowa Missouri over Iowa State Nebraska over Kansas St Michigan St over Minnesota Indiana over Northwestern Notre Dame over Georgia Tech Ohio St over Purdue Southern Cal over Washington Wyoming over New Mexico Texas over TCU Florida over Kentucky Syracuse over Navy Illinois over Wisconsin Oklahoma over Kansas Tennessee over Mississippi Stanford over Air Force Colorado over Oklahoma St New York Jets over Kan City Chiefs CONTEST TERRY EAGEN HEAD COACH, HARLAN MY PREDICTIONS ARE: ENTRY DEAI)UNE 5:00 p.m. FRIDAY Enter Every Open at 11.00 a.m. for NOON LUNCHEON SPECIAL Music every Friday & Saturday night Have your favorite meal at any time of th day -- Open ttl 2:15 a.m. CHICKEN HUT Minnesota at Michigan St. Iowa over Michigan Missouri over Iowa State Kansas St over Nebraska Michigan St over Minnesota Indiana over Northwestern Notre Dame over Georgia Tech Ohio St over Purdue Southern Cal over Washington Wyoming over New Mexico Texas over TCU Florida over Kentucky Syracuse over Navy Wisconsin over Illinois Oklahoma over Kansas Tennessee over Mississippi Stanford over Air Force Colorado over Oklahoma St Kan City Chiefs over New York Jets Week 1969 HARLAN CYCLONE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Harlan 25, Shenandoah 20 Harlan 21, Red Oak 25 Harlan 33, Perry 14 Harlan 35, Denison 28 Harlan 19, Jefferson 25 Harlan 21, Carroll 6 Harlan 21, Lake City 7 THIRD MOST POINTS MOST POINTS _ PLACE SCORED BY SCORED BY Harlan 48, Sac City 16 PRIZE ANY ONE TEAM ANY ONE TEAM Oct. o+o, HOUDAY BUFFET 62 " 47 No::7- Atlaatlc, florae of Itemly-Pemmy Chicken m , here _ 1 llllJllllllllll J SPECIAL NOON 1 I I I I I I I LUNCHEONS FROZEN PACK- I MAll. ENTRIES TO: FOOTBALL CONTEST I_ I f II J Something different every day J, MEAT CENTER I % Horlan Nowspapero, Hm4an, Iowa 51537 I ........... i JJ THE place to go after the game - H0UDAY BUFFET JTq HERING EVERY I 1M" Ys :sm:keer---- -- Address  : w 'EXCEPT SATURDAY II 2. Olsea's A Winnerl  - ] 75S-2"/ Michigan at Iowa | 3. Shelby Co. State Bank Winner: ....  Syracuse at Navy I ,. Ouren's Ins. &Real F, mt. Winner: - n R_ 5. Otto C. Hansen Winner: ..... | I II 6. Harlan Municipal Util. Winner: ..... in  I r DEPENDABLE SERVICE belowNOTICE:7th gradeBEarea sport-not eligible.please L y " " . "ndren n 7. Norgaard Drug Winner: -- I II f  , |i n . , l. There is one game in each ad ; indieate the winner by writing in the name of that team S. Mzckels Winner: ...... j| '+ _ . . . Ji opposite the advertiser's name in the Entry Blank. No scores, just pick the winners. | 9. Burmeister's Winner: ! | | .voue/Endependent| +nthe farm oron the road, 2. There will be no ties. Ties will be broken by the estimate of the highest number of | 10 Jim's Market Winner' _ ...... =| k/[ISuronceH/AGENTi r :Set service, points scored by any one team on this page this week. Place this on the Entry Blank in the | II. Ha,rtan National Bank Winner:  _  I '% seRvL=s='vc)u FIRST/ i space provided. 3. Only one entry per person. Entries must be received before 5 pan. each Friday. We | 12. Swanms Winner: -!1  I won'tacceptentriesforchildrenobviouslyfilledinbyanadult. II 13. Dairy' Qtmen Winner: ---- -- III ........  ...... , {:ALL US FIRST FOR 4. Employees and family of ANY newspaper are ineligible entrants. Advertisers, or II 14. Parker Ins. Winner: .... I_ | -I I' ,A. .'D PULIY ,.... 24 HOUR SERVICE their employees, are invited to enter. 5. If an entrant picks all games correctly he will receive $15. If no entrant picks all ,15. Chicken Hut Winner: .......... I I • • • INor TO nave(] DcI one" |+ exportsgamesc°rrectly'thenearest ballot will earn $8, second $5, and third $2. But remember, theareeligible, so you must BEAT THE EXPERTS. 116. Nefl's Tire Service Winner: -- ;I hnlaeLI 1__ . |+ TIRE II  6. There is nothing to buy, nothing to pay. Entries can be made on the hallot on this page m 17. Holiday Buffet Winner: =1 UUKtN Ins. & r n 0000..aeon .mwa,+ Winner: ...... "I _+ ...... li or they may be copied on a sheet of paper. Extra ballots available free at the Harlan n _11 D-.I [o+.+. li riCE " Newspapers office. Neatness in no way counts to a winning ballot, but ballots must be legible and all blanks filled in. I I| Illinois at Wisconsin | I think that the MOST POINTS xomd by any ONE team wiiI be - | | TCU at Texas | &,......m-. mm------ -------- ----m---- m m m m m mm m m m -) -- row-after-row . . . on-top-of-shelf of LOW spiced with SUPER SPE- BUYS on your favorite and supplies! That's t it's like EVERY DAY at No wonder the result of shopping here is SAVINGS where SAV- count the most! I I II Air Force at Stanford Kansas at Oklahoma NIGHT AND DAY Dean Frededcks0n, Parker Insurance Tennessee at FOR GOOD FOOTBALL U.Oughto.C THE CYCLONES in action - FOR GOOD FARM MACHINERY U-Oughto-C OTTO C. HANSEN • Mi.nepolis-Mollno • Kowanee • New Holland • DoLaval Milkers • Mint anything for the farm Kentucky at Florida COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Member F.D.I.C. Harlan, Iowa 755-2126 Southern Cal at Washington Swanson's Stores, Inc.! ... where shopping i= a pleasure . . . plus S & H Green Stamps (Brink) Pauley, lu'l. Nebraska at Kansas St.