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FOR SALE: 15 year old mare with papers. $600. Call (580) 471-2273.


FOR SALE: USDA Inspected Texas Longhorn Lean Beef. Natural Grass Fed. No hormones, implants, steroids or antibiotics. Vacuum-packed and frozen. Steaks, roasts, sausages, ground beef, chili meat, liver. Available at our RUNNING ARROW FARM, LLC on site store. No Texas Sales Tax on food! We are located at 4230 US Hwy 83 in Wellington, TX. For more information call Sandy at (806)205-1235.


FOR SALE: Bio Remedies “Total Equine” Feed. Formulated by a Ph.D. animal nutritionist with vitamins, minerals, and anti-oxidants for ultimate equine health. Call Sandy for more information at (806)205-1235. Wellington, TX.


FOR SALE: 14-foot Crustbuster grass drill. $3,500 obo. Call Tommy McDonald (580)481-8239. SERVICES


GUNSMITHING: All types of services including; professional scope mounting/sighting in; handgun upgrades; shot- gun and long rifl e upgrades/repairs. 25 years experience/FFL Dealer. Quality you can afford! THC Precision Arms, Eldorado, OK (580) 633-2722.


FIREARMS FOR SALE: Licensed FFL Dealer will do custom orders, call Steve at (580) 688-9429 after 4 p.m. HORSE CREEK SADDLERY: Custom Leather Work & Saddle Repair, call Craig at (940)585-1987.


COWBOY CHURCH: Tuesday evenings 7:30 p.m. at the Hollis Livestock Commisison salebarn - 921 N 8th - Hollis, Oklahoma. For more information call (580) 471-2273


BACKHOE SERVICES: Trees removed-all types. Ponds cleaned out-1/4 acre - $750, 1/2 acre - $1,200. Free estimates. (580)841-0841.


Classifi ed ad space is off ered free to Harmon Electric Association Members. Send your ad to Harmon Electric Association, P.O. Box 393, Hollis, OK 73550 for next month’s issue. Ads will be run one month only and must be re-submitted if you still wish the ad to be run. Service ads will be run three months before they must be resubmitted.


INGREDIENTS: CRISP OVEN CHICKEN TENDERS


4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 2 cups panko bread crumbs 1/4 cup all-purpose fl our 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper


2 teaspoons dried oregano 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder salt & pepper to taste


1 cup plain nonfat yogurt


DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Coat baking sheet with cooking spray. Cut chicken breasts into 1-inch strips. Combine bread crumbs, flour and seasoning in a large resealable bag. Shake the bag thoroughly to mix contents. Place yogurt in a bowl and dip chicken one piece at a time, then place in bread crumb mixture and shake. Place breaded chicken on baking sheet. Lightly spray the tops of the chicken with cooking spray. Bake 25-35 minutes or until golden brown. Serves four.


Hidden Account Number Worth $30.00 Mike McGuire failed to locate his hidden account number


160201 which was located in Charles Paxton’s article on the second page


of the February, 2013 “Harmon Hi-Lites.” The hidden account number for March, 2013 is worth $30.00. Remember the contest rules as you search your “Harmon Hi-


Lites.” 1. The hidden account number must be your own. Find the account number somewhere in the newsletter and compare the number


listed in the green bar on the left side of your power bill, if same-it is your number. 2. Your number must be reported by the 12th of the same month of publication of the newsletter. 3. You must report your own number to the association’s headquarters offi ce in Hollis, Oklahoma by phone, mail or in person. 4. Money will accumulate at the rate of $10.00 per month until the number is found or until January 1, 2014.


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