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Farm Equipment See the Havliner "68" Baler in Operation It is a bi e baler at a small baler price! Used Model 80 Now Holland wire tie baler. NKO Ford corn and spud cultivator. '47 1HC"'A" Tractor. Used S'"ievp.kes. Most n^l:c.5 sviiilaUe Used Mowers. Almost every make. GARNSEY WHEELER 71G l l t h Street Greelev Ph. 220 HAYING TIME IS HERE! - See the New Oliver No. 6(1 Baler · Now on display, with PTO or engine. Papec Harvester 32-A with pickup or direct cut CHEAPER IN PRICE - LARGE CAPACITY Compare It With Other Models Brady and Opel forage harvesters Sinner's Weeders Oliver Twine Hay Baler with PTO Irrigation Equipment of All Types Good selection of used mowers. Two Iwo-row corn cultivators tor International tractor. Five eood used Farmhands. Excellent selection ot Rood used mowers. One Oliver SO twine baler w i t h motor. Guaranteed like new Priced right. Implement Co. 717 6th Street Phone 138 Used Cars and Truck! 51 Used Can and Trucki 51 SEE WICKLAND MOTORS BEFORE .YOU BUY! 1955 Plymouth Belvedere V-8 4-door Station Wagon. Pow- erflite Trans., Radio, Heater. Really clean. 24,000 miles. 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe 2-Door. Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Heater. 98,000 miles. See this one today. 1957 Jeep. Heater, Turning Signals, Oil Filter, 4 Wheel Drive, Valve in Head Engine: PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOU! Lifetime Warranty WICKLAND MOTORS Chrysler^Plymouth 404 8th Ave. Used Car Dept., Tel. 1352 817 7th Street New Car Dept., Tel. 2945 USED AUTOMOBILES! 1st Choice There Are None Better - Anywhere! LOOK THESE CARS OVER BEFORE YOU BUY ir-j n n n p r V8 4-Door Sedan D-500. A company O/ U U U u L car. 8000 miles. Radio, heater, white- i r p wall tires. Two-tone finish. 2-Door. Two-tone color. Power brakes, power steering, radio, heater, whitewall tires, 7000 actual miles. jr'r D I I ' P l / 4-Door. Two-tone finish, whitewall DO D U l u i V tires, low mileage. Radio, heater. This car is like new thruout. j r r n n n n r 4-Dum Scdsr.. T-.vo-tone rolor, power JJ UUIJuL scats, 17,500 miles. One local owner. Radio, heater, automatic transmission. JJ-Q nnnPt ^-^°° r Sedan. Two tone color, radio, JJ U U b u t heater, automatic. A res.] sharp '53. '£/1 MCDPIIDV HartIt °P- Radio - heater ' aut °- 04 I V I t l \ l l U I \ l matic transmission, power windows and power seats. Less than one-half the price of a new one. 25 OTHER USED CARS All Prices -- All Models -- All Makes WE WANT TO DEAL! "We Service What We Sell" OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS WELLS MOTOR CO 1108 8th Avenue Phor.e 2996 50 fOX SALE--1! (L pull bint, fh. U7IW. Uud Con ond Tiucki SI FOR SALE-- IMw PeD\»e z dool M- dftB Low . radio ina I CUi Avt 20 Years in Same Location M"VAK(»II Cr.e*[o:c[ u Qcada::irfcn i foi in tin ..W track! TOR ^ALE--Nicr '49 Sui*r Buick. WASTED - SlTijl. froi (or John v -« mour - ""·" b " 1 " » 13tk D~r« B. Will uid. duiU Icr »mc I A L'_ Fh. LVEBI ISS1. | KOH SALK--1951 1'i.rki.tJ 4 dr. hf- ITOH BALK-- M.M. r-1 ~mbln. In I *?» .';?-·* ·--'-,·· -.";,---~- loo! condition. A. M. M.cj. Nuoo. ; *"" ISj ^ »" '""Jv;: l '- C£h._Ph. Knii nns. | a-S:M. »IUT t. 4 W W . TOR SALF^Ute mod.) 10 II. Me- i *° K . S ^ E ~^" "I'^In'f'^j'fcr'v^ aalfi'Ln. li" i£r"'c.n"'ju.£J j ^^^f'J''..* '" 1V ^'' A ,'VS* --- : FOK SALE-lSSi CMC 3 1 ma rlcl- U K J Con ond Tiuekl SI I "·· Con.biii.lioi, i.«k .»,! tr.in . r.L-k. lir.vy July UTro. 14 UW h r l u n l res £.*.!£-::i9 Jit--, i-i.-. riui J «="«- '··· !~ TSM «-"»inr». Ueod trtBipomtion. I'b I091U KOh * A I £ IH1 OM. " "VI Tnr Si Ph I76n TOR SA"LrT-- Good ISV tlojrl A Kord coup*. Lot! o/ Mmlfl A v.rU. _K3 Chirlotlf St. JchnJU«-n. S 4 ~ K U I r K Cuitnm «'!Wr S,nlr.. r low mllrmf, ILkt Dm. SKrrifire. Clll *72. HATTERIES nl rinic« It mo. M.fli nrbuixc. Reballt crncrtlort a d lUrten. (jMd radiibiri elv dunloi ind Kpklrlni All upc* 0 ·utnmobllr rrpilrioc noon Da«4* p ka Jobn Tbeoipaap'* Gtnxc tret, i i r l o u . ilzri RriBnhBplf 1 I IU ATI. Pb (S2J SALE: 1056 Pontiae hardtop. Radio, heater, WE BUY, SELL AND TRADE USED CARS AT Plinth Strp 0 * Motors AL punnv 1919 9th St., Greelcy Ph. 101 .'57 Kord Custom "300" Fordor, VS and o v c r i l r i v e . Iludlo. hearer, special two-tone i m i n l . H's low mileage. Clean. $1895.] sllarl - Lowcsl mi """ ;c 422 llth Ave. D and R '55 Vonl rnunn-y Sednn Kunlor. r. . Autonmllt: i n k i u s u i i s s i u n , riidio, Service. 25-25 1953's and Older Some With 100% One Year Warranty McArthur-Wheeler 430 8th Avenue Ph. 800 heiuer, s a f e l y equipment., w h i l e w a l l s . A nice wason. '55 Kord Tudor ItaiK-h \ V n p t i n . Hridio, henior. w h i i c w a l l lires. f u l l y e q u i p p e d . '55 Buick Spec-hil 2-Ootii'. A u t o - malic transmission. A v e r y clean cjir, low mileage. 'ri4 1"ord VR Tudor. A local r»r. Very low mileage, new ptiiiH. ; 53 Ford \'S Fordor. A special! TWO N I C K 1051 Konl VSs, Kordor Find Tudor, lladios. heaicrn f very cJenji car^. Local o w n c r G . A u t o n m t l c d r i v e . Two economy ears -- ItlSO Nash Ambassador Supers wilh overdrive. C l e n n cura. A N Y T H I N G FROM A MS THRU '54. SOME OF THE CLEANEST C A It S IN TOWN. i iccn '57 Ford Fairlane '56 Ford Sedan. Low mileage. Custom Tudor. '55 Ford '56 Chevrolet Fordor Sedan. '56 Chevrolet BelAir Sport Sedan. ·'56 Chevrolet 2-Door. '55 Mercury Monterey. '56 Plymouth BelAir Sport Coupe. '55 .'Buick Super Riviera. '54 Mercury Sedan. '52 Buick 2-Door. '52 Studebaker 4-Door Sedan. 2-Door Hardtop. OPEN EVENINGS Edwards Chevrolet Co. USED CAR LOT 1310 Eighth Avenue -- Phone 932 WEEK-END SPECIAL BARGAINS '47 Buick $95.00' i -Door Sedan '50 Studebaker $145.00 Landcruieer Sedan '48 Ford $175.00 4-Door Sedan '49 Pontiac $245.00 2-Door Sedan '50 Plymouth $245.00 4-Door Sedan '50 Buick $345.00 -Door Sedan '51 Buick $545.00 Door Sedan '51 Ford $495.00 VS 4-Door Sedan Weld County Garage L'sed Car Lot--815 10th St. BUICK, PONTIAC, CMC Dealer Uicd Con and Tuelu 51 rse.rum u avldaairun .ni" .j.*.* Irnrkx FVr S.M.K-- I9M Ft Lumber Co. U»J Can tnd Trucli 51 FOR SALE--HH Fcrd coot*. 1601 Ponfiui Ro«A. fh US9W. FOX SAL£--»3 »uni VJ W31 «lh Av*. fb. IbHW. DUTCH AUCTION . Price Reduced $10.00 Each Day Until Sold 1951 BUICK RIVIERA HARDTOP COUPE Dynaflow, radio, heater, seal covers, good tires. Mechanical condition pood. N . . . . . $530 A REAL BARGAIN Prices are born here--and raised elsewhere! McMILLEN MOTOR CO. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 1412 8th Avenue Phone 615 "A-l" USED CARS 1054 FORD V-8 · Victoria. Radio, healer, overdrive. Exceptional in every respect. 1955 FORD Fail-lane Fordor. Fordomatic, r a d i o, heater. Real nice. 1955 PLYMOUTH Savoy 4-Door Sedan. Six cylinder, radio, heater, overdrive. Sharp! 1955 FORD V8 Ranch Wagon. Radio, heater, overdrive. Ideal family car. 195G BUICK Special 4-Door Hardtop. Radio, heater, dynaflow, power steering, power brakes. A luxury car al a price you can afford. Garnsey and Wheeler Your FORD Dealer 715 llth Street Phone 220 CALL THESE SALES REPRESENTATIVES ANYTIME Harry Hull. 2375R - Carroll Flack, 094JZ - Lew Kills. 335 Clarence "Swede" Swanson, 1313M -- Jim Gardner, 1753NJ Mike Finch, 2S64NR Prices Drastically Reduced PIVMDIITI-J Belvedere r L l l V I U U l n Radio, heater, Automatic shift, excellent mechanical condition. ONLY $995 MFPPIIPY Hardt °p 2 door ' Radio - heat - nice condition. er, automatic shift. Unusually $995 tion. Radio, heater, perfect condi- 1953 PACKARD ^ OTC 3£T Radi0 ' heat " $595 i n r o W A C U Rambler Convertible. Radio, heater, overdrive. One owner, very clean. '$795 I Cranb hcalei $445 l-door sec ires. $395 M PI VMfll ITU Cranbrook 4 d ° 01 '- Raclio and PL IIVIUU I n heater. Very good condition. 4-door sedan. Radio, heater, good " 1951 CHEVROLET Son pickup ' 4specd tyans " $545 1950 FORD It 2 floor - Radi0 ' hcatcr ovcr ONLY $195 YOUR CHOICE OF THE FOLLOWING CARS 1948 OLDSMOBILE 1947 OLDSMOBILE 1948 DeSOTO 1946 FORD 1946 CHEVROLET 1941 CHEVROLET YOUR CHOICE OF THE FOLLOWING 1946 FORD 1946 DeSOTO Cozens-Dralle Motor Co. DeSoto-PIvmouth Gil 8th Avenue Phone 1358 Thursday, June 13, 1957 GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 27 Utcd Can ond Tiucki e Buirk 5p««iKl ITOK SALK rh. icnv. 1953 Holiday Coupe 9S hardtop. Heater, radio, power stoerin|r, p o w c r brakes, electric windows and scat. Our sale price $1195. 430 8th Avenue. Phone 800. McArthur-Wheeler House Auto Trailers 53 THAlLLHS for rent, aioaerftl* r«u* Hi:* N l l t ^ A v e Ph « F I W KOIl SALK-- Two vhwl iriil*r In A-l conil'.tlon. Myron'j, J07 i R t b Fi_ Th. Ul)(i. __ MU.ST t-ell ihii weeV, 27 ft.. 1CI7 trniler. llnl nffi-r. llloric norlb 1'OR SALK-33 f i . K l r n r . moilcrn, rarpptrJ. Kxtr. Coninctnri c o i n c hu Irhilcr Park. Kv»n«. MARKETS D E N V E R LIVESTOCK Callle 300: Kully steady; few lots utility cowa 15.00-1G.50; canners Rnd tutlers 12.50- H.50; alrontwelfihl cutters to 15.00; few Utility nnd commtrclal bulls 16,00-13.00. ' Calves 25: Few Ipls Cnnd fend ciiuice Vpnlcrs steady al 20.00-23.00. . llofis-400: DnrrawK anrt Ellta slronjl lo mostly 25 hlcher; BOWS fully 50 lower: mlxfd U. S. No 1-3 grades 190-255 Ihi 20.50-20.75; mined grade sows 400-500 lb 14.00-16.00. , · Sheep 200: Few bales steady lo stroiiR bul market lartcly nominal: packnKC choice and prime B5 lb slaughter iprlns Iambi 23.75, moslly choice kinds 23.50; eood and choice alaufililer ewei G.50; fiood and choice feeder springs lambs 20.00. In Armed Forces PIERCE -- Second Lieutenant Mile. N. (Mike) Phillip*, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Phillips of Pierce, recently earned his wing i from Pensacola, Fla. Tho con of Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of Denver, Phillips attended CSCE for three years. H« majored in music. Phillips is named for his uncU Milo who tost his l i f e whilt aboard the USS Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor. The Coloradoan is en route for H a w a i i where he will be stationed for two years. His brother, Bob, ft student at the University of Colorado will a c c o m p a n y his brother to San Francisco for a short vacation. OMAHA LIVESTOCK HQR« 3.000: narrows mid Bills fully ·leady la 25 higher; BOWS generally steady, mixed U. S. No 1-2 barrows nml RlUa 1M-240 Ibs 20.25-20.75; sows mixed firndc 4DD Ibs and down 16.DO-IB.25. rattle 1.50ft: cflH'rs 50: Fed alter: pnil [cd liclkri itrnriy la slronj;; cows ste bulls and venlers steady: Blacker a n d ' Icrclrr clHSScs scarce, unclianRPil: four j lentils hlCh-choice 1075 iinJ MM Ih fed \ ilccrs 23.75; Olhcr choice steers 22.0023.50; utlllly tows I4.WM5.OOj choice to [ prime vciilets up In 25,00. Sheep 1,500: Sprlnc lambs generally Mcndy; E°nd to prime, spring lar=bs.21.50- 23.00: short deck choice and prime around 107 Ib No 1 pelt l a m b s 20.25: load choler 95 Ib shorn lamts No 1 pells 20.nO: cull to good shorn slaughter CUTS 3.00-7.00. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK Callle 300; ralvcs 100: slailfihlcr cows weak lo 25 lower: other classes steady: standard and Rood yearling steers and heifers 18.00-21.00; utility cinvs 13.7515,50; canners and culler* 10.50-13.50; bulls 13.75^17.00; vcnlers 18.00-21.00; slauqliter calve* 17.00-20.. Hogs 3,000; ilendy L o ' s l r o n e ; U.S. No 1-3 200-500 Ib borrow* and Rills 19.5020.00; BOWS No 1 300-400 Ib 1G.OO-17.25. Sheep J.OOD; slcudy; choice and prime B3-100 Ib sprlnc slaughter lambs '22.00 50 Rood and choice 63-G5 ]b spring feed cr lambs 19.00-50. LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK rallle 45(1; all slaiiRhler classes steady; couple loads choice 1,025-1,200 Ib ttetirx 33.25: few standard down lo 18,50; heifers scarce; 'cows steady; few coiiinier- rlal 16.50-17.50; canncrs anrl cullers 11.00- H.OO; bulls scarce; slackers and Iced- ralvrs ai5: steady: fc\v No 1-2 ffraln fed 200-230 Ib 21,iO; mixed No 2-3 GOWI 2-13 lb 1G.OO. Sheep none; nominally steady. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK -r slcnrty lo r Thuj-stJay i much uneven A lew lots of No I and 2 bulchors sorted lor grade brought 520.50, Uic prac- Ucol Inp, A 32-head lot of 210 pounders brouf,'til 120,65, however. L.ir^r lots of All cl: fie; (o ?J7 00. npn SSCN of r .it tic :fpli were 7,500. were ccncmlly Jerry Spicher, above, naval airman apprentice, is home on boot leave. He enlisted at Greeley March 28 and relumed here Juno 8 following completion of his training. He is tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Spicher oF 2543 Tenth Avenue court. Spicher is a 1956 graduate of Greeley High school and joined the navy on the high school airman recruit program. He reports June 23 to Norman, Okla., where he will fake a weatherman's course for five weeki at the initial part of his training in this field. 2 Enlist in Navy Richard AJvin Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Everett Bruce of TIL 4, Grcelcy, and Robert Henry K a u t f m a n , son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry K a u f f m a n of Rt. :d in the navy this week it the Greclcy recruiting station. Bruce is ]8 and Kautfman is 17. They will have boot training at San Diego, Calif. crnge choice steers brought 521.50 i u . 123.75. Hcccipls were J.50Q catllr 20o| J u C O n N _ _ , 39^ 12914 ] 29H "chnlcc and prime .pring Iambs w w l s c p t e m b r r -"-- """ ''"' ''"''· · I S24.00 to $24.50. Hccclpli wrrc 1,000. N K W Y O R K DRESSED MKAT Compared with ThurHday. the week previous: SLccr beef mostly itcadr; caw beef and calf steady; veal mostly 1,00 lower; spring Jama unevenly 2.00 lower to I.on higher; old crop l a m b unevenly 1.00 lower Lo 1.00 higher; prime steer carcasses GflO-BOO Ibs 43.00-15.00: prime veal 90-120 Ih 42.M-1B.QO; choice nnd prime old crop l a m l i 35.55 -lh 45.0041.00; spring l a m h around 55 Ihs down ·Ifl.on lo 52.00; choice slccr hindquarters 48.00-53.50; rib a 1R.OO-5I.OO; arm chucks 30.IM-32.00. DE.VVKH ;GGS A N D POULTRY KKK market ite^dy. (Jcuianrl inni[er,n(c, offering* IJber.iJ; prlrrs pnlt\ drlivtrcd . Denver, ra^c^ i n c l u d f r t : larcc whiles P,A ' 32-14, A 2fl-nO. B 22-Zft: larcr mJxnl AA I 30-3^. A 26-2D, II 22-2fii medium whites I A 2227, I» 18.23; m e d i u m mixed A 2 2 - ' 27, D JB-23; small A IB-Z3; undcrgindcs \ I.I ve poultry m . i r k u l stc.irly; n c m n n H modern Ic; offering* l l h e r a l ; prices paid dcliverrrt Denver: Hens heavy type 4"^ Ihs and over 15-1S; heavy lypc under W, Ihs H-li; light type * ih* and over B-3; Jl^ht lypr u n d e r 1 lb« 7-fl; broilers and fryeri heavy type 31. I March Mny OATS July ._ 1.21 I.2JU I.23U 1.27T1 1.27-lh 1 27Ti 1.304, l.30Vi 1.30i -74% -KH 67-% . .673'n September December .'.._ March .704 -70 ,70tt RYE July \.\VA 1-17"^ 1.17W September l.HVi l.lBli necembcr 1.23H .March 1.27 flfay . J.ZG^i SOYBEANS July September November January 2.25V. March 2.2fl'/i L.ARD .Inly . I2.B5 12.60 September , 13.20 12.95 October 12.65 12.62 November 12.30 12.13 December 13.23 13.02 . . I.22'.4 1.22"^ 1.25 Vi 1.23Vi 1.251i 1.2514 2.33 2.32ft 2.32H 2.25Tn 2.24 2.23K 2.21V* 2.21 2.21 VI 2.24-' l 4 12.62 12.05 12.B2 12.15 13.03 CHICAGO CASH H R A I N Whrnl: none; rorn No 2 yeiiow Si.34; I yellow 1.30Vii loj beans: none; oais 1 white 74^i. Birlcy n n m l n n l : Malting choice (1.30. 10; reed 03 1.1C. IllJTTFn A V I ) r.Cr ' ' ' ' ' 3 score AAii3: 92 A 59; 90 55; cars SJ n 57%; 89 h u y i n c pricef imch: or better A while K A N S A S CITY CASFI G R M V Wheat 71 c a r ^ of »« lo up Vie NO ^ harri and ' d a r k harrl 2-26'-s; No 3 " ^ No 2 rcd 2 ' i8 ^ 2oN; N ° j I corn « caw- J ,. 5 2 . l i G 2 N . Nn 3 fc m , xct , 1.3314.1.3 N u n c h - No 2 whllt i ^ M . s i N i No 2 yello* 315; No 3 I.33U..1.33WN. di 2B; dirtl« ( receipts 25i. ! DJ-;.VVI:K r;r;.\ss (icr.rral hid 10 nr overs for 13JS rroo pinto 1 :. D e n v e r rale baiis Belling 7.75- U.S. No J a n t l 7.5n-7.75 /or U.S. K a l i r 2.20-2 2J.V. live J.].1.].]5'~N. I L i r l f V S3-1.I-JN. B r a n jr,.23-37.00N.' Noi No 2. b a s i s .srlllnc i iK /or U.S, ; D K N V I - . l l I'OT Toia] U.K. ; 7, ralif 3.' Mfli's.rt »foart rrrl J ^tLL·|^J^^^ ' Chicago Grain U.S. No 1 ind ,:Wall Sfreef Wctincsdiv MO, | .! ai iTMr n S'Ari': ' NEW YORK * - Slock m a r k e t P ri "5 spurted shcad in renewed a c t i v i t y l a i c T h u r s d a y afternoon. Volume [or Hie tla'y was esli- m a t e d ,nt aho'.il the s a m e as Wednesday's 2.100,000 j h a r c s . i STOCK A\'ERAC.F^ ; Complied By The l J u n e 13 C H I C A G O '?.'. - A w e a k e r tone TMun" developed in grzin fiituros in J a t c \i r( .Board nf Trade dealings Thursdiiv Mor - l!l a f l o r Ihe m a r k e t h a d d i s p l a y e d litllc c h a n g e most of Ihc s e s s i o n . N e w crop w h e a t futures were o f f 1 major f r a c t i o n s , while corn held | somewhat steadier. Oats also were off a l m o s t a cent at limes. i CHICAGO fcRAIN TAni.K B a r l e y 30 15 15 W I n d u s c Halls Uu! StocKl A 1.1 AO 4 AO.I A0.« 2 7 1 8 127.0 77.0 ]E6. 273 7 i:i' * 76? 1359 I^l.n i:i 3 TT.n 1S3.T 271.0 12-1.6 76.8 181.8 Local Market (Corrected to June 13) t, bu. $1.83 W H K A T ( n e u ) Julr Srptemher . .. . March ... May _ 2.07", I O S 4 l.\:^., 2.12-it 2.104 a.ms Pinlo beans, cwt. B u t t e r f a i A large cfifis A m e d i u m eggs _ Heavy hens Heavy Lights S200 _$8.00 _. S6c 28C __26c _ I-lc _10c \f Light hens -iltc

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