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READ FarmsAcreages Hogs - SEVERAL ACREAGES with good homes in Jacksonville, Horn area. "k A. Petersen, broker 2/773-3556, home 53. t50 SALE 160 ACRES TWP. house, 2 bins, 50x72 shed, other out Call Wanted to Buy Horses -4197 r Cattle FOR SALE s, top producing farm, 209 CSR 70.6 located in , Jackson Twp. 74 crop Feed& Seed Hogs Section 14, Greeley Twp. & row crop. )., unimproved L t home good :.R.P. & pasture combi- area. Excellent s of unimproved property 15 of Monroe Twp., a farm. DETAILS, Contact: Salesman A. PETERSEN, Broker office home Farm Equipment FOLDED PLAIN paper for children's Saved from Press runs before 35C per pound or at Harlan Newspa- tf FOR SALE 130 Acres Jackson Twp. Base 78 Acres yield 104 bu. Paul A Pauley Real Estate 744-3166 LuVern Hansen, Rep. 755-5089 WANTED TO BUY- RHINITIS and poor doing hogs of any size. Call 268-2858, Exira. t5tf FOR SALE - PUREBRED ANGUS bull, three years old, 766-3266. n49. . FOR SALE - HAMPSHIRE BOARS, guaranteed breeders. Also for sale: Rat Terrier pups. Call Willis Lippold, 343-2625, Avoca. n49. FOR SALE - 4 USED HOG feeders, 3 - 80 bu., 1 - ]00 bu., Jim Hodapp, 627-4649. t51 .A- FOR SALE - PUREBRED YORK, Spot and Duroc boars, also F-1 tested, vaccinated and guaranteed. Valentine Schechinger, 627-4285. n46tf I 1-800-622-2233 PUREBREDS & I fr "J CROSSBrEDS -- MITCHELL EROS• Boars & Gilts WINTERSET, IA I Ask for Maurice Sr.,  z Maury Jr. or Mary I • Large Whites • Chester Whites • Durocs • Hamps • Landrace C0mputedzed & Scanned data available. Boars & gilts preconditioned outside, FREE DELIVERY "Your One-Stop Auto Repair Headquarters" Balancing • Exhausts • Oil/Filter changes NC • Alignments • Electrical • Batteries • Fuel injection cleaning _ JOe Sondag, owner • 801 7th St.. Harlan Quality Reliable Service ROad- ELL SWINE SERVICE Wlnterset, Iowa OPEN & BRED WHITE LINE GILTS Toll Free 1-800-622-2627 515-462-3539 ,e f- " ./. ','.41" "CHA RI.IE" BILL MITCHELL'S HERO BOAR FOR SALE - ALFALFA HAY - small square bales. Conditioned, stored inside. Jan Fleming, 483-2029, Minden. t54 FOR SALE - PUREBRED DUROC boars, Jan. & Feb., farrowed, phone 764-6444, George Mortensen Elk Horn. t33tf FOR SALE - CHES:I-ER WHITE MALE hogs, 4 miles east of Harlan airport, 1/4 miles south. Call Ray H. Larson, 744-3348. n54, FOR SALE -THREE YOUNG LARGE white boars, scanned 6.5 L.E., .55BF., 135 days to 230 Ibs., 744- 3675. n48 FOR SALE - PUREBRED Hamp- shire, Spot and Spot-Duroc boars. Tested and guaranteed. Dan Foil- mann, Massena, 779-3501. n13tf WANTED TO BUY- ANY CLASS of horses. Call 627-4686 or 747- 6451. t49 FOR SALE - BIG BALES OF FIRST and third cutting alfalfa hay, 766- 3266. n49. FOR SALE - M TRACTOR, WIDE front end, New Idea loader, 712/485-2262, Neola. t49 FOR SALE - LIKE NEW CYCLO 400 planter, 4 row, 38", monitor, disc- furrow openers; Westendorf TA 111 loader for small tractor. Ron Rosmann, 627-4653. t51, FOR SALE - JOHN DEERE blade, 9 ft. with a 3 point, 755-2061. t50 FOR SALE - 21 FOOT JOHN Deere BW Disk, 19 1/2' blades, excellent condition, 489-2293 or 489-2691, Panama. t50, CESSPOOL PUMPING. Call Don Dotzler, 748-4761 or 748-3186, Defiance. Call collect, nt9tf I Call Collect (712) 748-3961 DON KLOEWER Defiance, Iowa 33 yrs. service to this area WELL-DIGGING, TRENCHING (ump repairing, back hoe digging, ozing, phone 489-2050 or 627- 4239. Clem Arkfeld & Sons. n18t 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 know 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. la. Sec A -Pg. 15A dan IA News Advertiser I ri. morn., Dec. 1, 1989 ] Phone 755-3111 J BULLETIN BOARDS, BLACK boards, thumb tacks, rubber bands, scotch tapes at Tribune Office Supply. Y/lllTlllllTT.7"llltlIf TIllfl/fH[f/[lf fT/ff TIflll177f ,r/rl/ Saturday dinner guests of Howard Hansens included their family, Ed Hansens of Orient; Doug Archers of Prairie City and Alan Hansens of Adel; also LaVeme Klindt of Harlan and Florence Petersen. Patricia Flynn of Iowa City; John Flynn, Scott and Ryan of Davenport spent the Thanksgiving week with Dr. Tom Flynns. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Emery Hoeghs were Rod Hoegh family and Edwin Hansen. Eve visitors were Don Alleys, Lee and Randy Nguyn. Lee and Randy stayed Friday and Saturday. Marvin Andersens, Art and Duane Diests of Audubon met Dan Fitzpatricks and Bo of Des Moines and Dan's mother, Mrs Fitzpatrick of PA., for dinner at a Grimes restaurant, Friday. Mrs Gerald Fishcer returned Saturday from a weeks visit with her son and family, Jerry Fischers at Cameron, MO. DINNER WITH MOTHER Judy Knudsen had Thanksgiving dinner with her mother, Ray Knudsen at Salem Homes. Afternoon visi- tors were Jerold Knudsen, Brian and Kevin of Charter Oak; Ray Rasmussens of Audubon and Richard Nelsons were visitors of Mrs Knudsen's, Friday. Eddie Evanses spent Thanksgiving with their son and family, John Evanses at Sully. Magne Madsens and Leonard Steen family were Thanksgiving supper guests of Sonja Lange. lillllilllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillllillli Manilla News 11-29-89 Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Charles E. Agans were Jeff Agan of Arthur and Brad Agan of Denison. GUESTS FOR SUNDAY DINNER Sunday dinner guests of Charles E. Agans were Jeff Agan of Arthur and Brad, Agan and Justin Olerich of Denison. Marjorie Smith of Odebolt was an afternoon visi- tor. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Wes Dumdeis were Don Jensens family of Galva and Scott Dumdei of South Sioux City, NE. Wes Dumdeis and Don Jensens family of Galva went shopping at Sioux City, Saturday. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Robert McLarens were John McLamns and Scott of Cedar Rapids; Bill McLarens and Jamie of Marion; John James family of Minneapolis, MN., and Marie of Omaha. Sylvia Leggett was an afternoon visitor. Carl Rostermundts were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Allen Olsons fam- ily. VISITED OVER THE WEEKEND Joan Rostermundt and Mark Gannon of Perry were weekend visitors of Carl Rostermundts. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Bill Roggeses were Harvey Christensens, Marie Terwilliger of Manila; Lloyd Nevilles and Leslie, Tim Kaftons of Danbury and Susan Christensen of Fort Dodge. Afternoon visitors were Barry Christensens family and Dennis Christensens family. Thanksgiving Day guests of Daryl Chapmans family were Scott Stones and Gavin of Madison, WI.; Roger Muggenbergs and Kurt Chapman of Omaha; Regina Ransom of Augusta, KS.; Dale Bandows, April and Joey, Bob Chapmans family and Carl Rostermundts. ENJOYED THANKSGIVING DINNER Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Richard Swansons were Ron Andersens family of Lake View; Dennis Swansons family of Glenwood; Roger Jepsens family of Dunlap; Rodney Swanson of Garland, TX.; Duane and Jerry Swanson of Omaha; Steve Swansons family, Angie and Don Swanson of Manilla. Dale Swansons family of Manilla were afternoon and lunch guests. A'rrENDED FUNERAL Irmin Redings attended the wake for Regina Prien of CA., held Sunday at the Huebner Funeral Home in Denison and attended the funeral Monday. Mrs Prien was formerly of the Irwin vicinity. Dale Snyders were guests Wednesday of Arnold Jensens at Elk Horn. Dorothy Kruse of Los Angeles, was also pre- sent. She left for home, Friday. Alvin Bandows and his mother, Minnie Bandow of Early spent Thanksgiving Day with Randy Bandows, Kristy and Kelly at Apple Valley, MN. They returned home Friday. Minnie returned to Manilla with her son and daughter-in-law to spend a week. Clifford Joens were guests of Arlene Jahn for supper, Thanksgiving night. Weekend guests at Gil Schobas were Dan McClelland and Cory of Raytown, MO. VISITING FAMILY Julie Dombchek of Plino, TX., was home over Thanksgiving visiting her par- ents, Arden Hargenses and other relatives. Thanksgiving supper guests of Gil Schobas and Scott were the following: Allen Vinkes family of Lees Summitt, MO.; David Dammanns fam- ily of Ralston, NE.; Dale Dammans family and Bill Dammans of Manning; Larry Justices and James, Kevin Lingles family of Manilla. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Alvin Millers were Larry Jorgensen family and Dick Millers family of Ankeny. Scott Stones and Gavin of Madison, WI., spent until Sunday morning at the parental Daryl Chapmans and Regina Ransom of Augusta, KS., spent until Friday at her parents home. Roger Muggenburgs of Omaha spent Sunday in the parental home. ATTENDED GOldEN ANNIVERSARY Edna Mitzel accompanied Bernice Crouch of Irwin to Arcadia to attend the open house for the golden wedding anniversary of Lenus Andersens, Sunday aftemoon. A belated Thanksgiving dinner was held at Violet Rasmussens, Sunday. Guests present were Walter Rothers of Hampton; Gary Palmers fam- ily of Des Moines; Cheryl Rasmussen and Scott Palmer of Co. Bluffs; Gene Rasmussen of Wayne, NE.; Midwest Welding, Inc. Hwy 44 West, Harlan • Auger Repair • Linde Gas & Welding Supplies • Complete Welding & Repair Jobs I00n00perial Bins See us for the dealer nearest you. Large Selection Of: • Bearings • Steel • Bolts • Welda Sprockets, Hubs & Pulleys • PTO Parts 24 HOUR SERVICE Steve .... 755-5263 Dean ..... 755-2016 Midwest Welding, Inc. Hwy 44 West, Harlan, IA 755-2003 or 755-2855 Patty Purdy of Dcnison; Jennifer Holloway of Irwin; Ron Rasmussens family, John Rasmussens and Eric and LeRoy Palmers. Marcus Mundts of Harlan were guests Friday at the parental Gilbert Mundts. Friday eve., Arnold Jcnsens of Elk Horn were Visitors of Dale Snyders. GUESTS FOR FRIDAY DINNER Fred and Roy Bargenquast of Co. Bluffs were Friday dinner guests and afternoon visitors of their brother-in-law and sis- ter, Dale Snyders. Frank Bargenquast joined his broth- ers in the afternoon as a visi- tor. Marvin Lindes of Manning were Sunday afternoon visitors of Dale Snyders. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at Herman Meiners were Everett Dungans family and Irene Dungan of Denison; Mike Meiners of Omaha; Dale Meiners family, Brian Brucks and Pami and Dale McCones. Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at John Benges were Harold Benges and Neil Millers family. Jim Bakehouses family of Dyersville were Saturday din- ner guests of Irene Backhaus. Sat., December 2 Weigh sows, 10:00 am; Feeder pigs, 12:30 pro; Cows, 2:30 pm; Feeder cattle, 3 pm HOGS 65 pigs weighing 20-25 Ibs. 30 pigs weighing 25-30 Ibs. 85 pigs weighing 35-40 Ibs. 70 pigs weighing 45-50 Ibs. 75 pigs weighing 55-60 Ibs. 100-150 pigs weighing 100-150 Ibs., starer bunches Call for bred sow or gilt Bstings SOLD 1697 hogs Sat. on a steady to higher market. 74 pigs, 69 Ibs., $57; 91 pigs, 40 Ibs., $49; 50 pip, 23 Ibs., $29; 63 pigs, 53 Ibs., $49.50; 34, 34 Ibs., $70.50. SOLD 765 Weigh sows 300-500 Ib.s, $38-39; 500-700 Ibs., $38.50-40.20; Boars, $36-36.75. EXPECT 1300 hogs for Sat. i PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL KEEP SELLING SOWS AT 10:00 A.M. I SHEEP EXPECTING 100-200 bred ewes, open era, bucks, fat lambs, feeder lambs. Fat lamb top at $58 COWS & BULLS EXPECT 50-75 bred cow= will be sorted for age, color & Mze. CALVES & YEARLINGS 10-20 Bucket calves 2 3/4 Malne-An-Jue calves 1st 1 hfcan be papered, 550-600 Ibs. 6 Mixed crossbred steers & heifers, vac all ways, green, 560- 600 Ibs. 19 Charolab crossbred steers & heifers, green, 450-525 Ibs. 100.200 Mixed bulb, steers & heifers, 300-600 Ibs. 100-200 Mixed bulb, steers & heifers, 600-800 ibs. 50-100 Mixed bulls, steers & heifers, 800-1000 Ibs.. 100-150 weigh cows, heiferattes, bulb SOLD 184 weigh cows on a market steady to higher. Most cows, $44-48.50; Top cows, $50-53; Bulb, $55-63. This is only a partial Ibting. Call for latest consignments orfor free apprabals. EXPECT 300-500 cattle of all weights & clum. WATCH NEXT WEEK'S AD FOR SPECIAL CALF & YEARUNG SALE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7 MISCELLANEOUS 1500 Bales of hay & straw - 2-Wheel hog trailer, TxlO' w/penei sides & plank floor - JD 14' grain drill - Jack donkey, 2 yrs. old TERMS: Cash. Not responsible for accidents. For more Information contact: Erv Pauley & Son, Auctioneers PH: (712) 263-3149, barn; 263-6644, J.R.; or Dave Van Ness, Soldier, 844-2530 Paule Auction Service r Clerk Skid Steer Season Special SL-30 40 HP Diesel $11,300" Year-end Sale There are some thil ,gs you can control. performance of Funk's G brand hybrids and varieties and we want the results. We'll show you how Funk's G brand compares in yield, other important characteristics for these hybrids: s G brand hybrids that have been specifically bred for this area. are our recommendations for your Performance Team: GARY BLUM CHARLES LEUCK Harlan, Iowa Harlan, Iowa BUJA. % MOISTURE VARIETY BU./A. % MOISTURE WE OFFER: • Flexible scheduling • $4.00/hr. to start • Complete paid training • Supportive atmosphere • Opportunity for advancement • Salary review within 90 days • Benefits * Paid vacation days * Paid sick days • Open Mon.-Thurs. 5 pro- 11 pm • Open Friday, 5 pm - 9 pm • Open Saturday, 9 am- 5 pm 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. = Able to work 3 nights/veek & part of Saturday * Excellent communication skills. • Excellent reading ability. Now through December 31, 1989, you can purchase an SL-30 or SL-10 Hesston Skid Steer Loader at huge savings. See your participating Hesston Dealer todayl 00,.10 18 HP Gas $5,580* l = 4S43 .............. 193.3 .............. 16.8% Funk's G 4543 .............. 177.8 .............. 16.1% ; EXp. 4127X ... 198.5 .............. 16.0% Funk's G 4513 .............. 177.7 .............. 15.8% Call Mr. Dan Seliger at 744-3125 evenings. ( 4495 .............. 209.2 .............. 16.5% Funk's G Exp. 4127X...182.5 .............. 16.0% ,c.u uu ,e ''ns= Ii " no .ua,m age. s S -'" -:-t" ;4485 .............. 203.6 .............. 16.1% Funk'sG 4485 .............. 178.0 .............. 15.8% L a also needed; Licensed agents start at a is now the brand of the new CIBA-GEIGY Seed Division and higher hourly rate and are given a salary review between 30.90 days, "Base unit, plus Ireight and applicable taxes. d Day hybrids resulted from seven years of research(00 Mutual Communications Services, Inc. (MCSI) HF00SIDN 755-2171 782-3151 is a subsidiary of ' Brian or John Rich or Scott FARMERS MUTUAL COOPERATIVE I Harlan Irwin x Hesslon Corporal,on. a Member O! ,he FIAT G'oup 748-3131 Keith CIBA;;00GE00GY TELEPHONE COMPANY STEVE'S , MANNING EQUIPMENT Defiance INK's G. WE'RE PLANTING THE SEEDS OF CHANGE. HARLAN, IA REPAIR I & REPAIR : Defiance, IA • 748-4466 I Manning, IA s 653-3392 • II 1 / • ll