Dad's Farm Auction, 1953
! PUBLIC AUCTION Having rented my farm and moved fo town, I will offer and sell all of my personal property now on the farm to the highest and best bidders without reserve, on my form located one-half mile south and T/2 miles east of Lakota, on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 SALE TO START AT 12 O'CLOCK THE LUTHERAN LADIES AID WILL SERVE LUNCH GEORGE CHRIST, Owner PRINGLE & OLDENBURG, Auctioneers. CARL GERZEMA, Clerk. Public Auction , Having sold my farm, 1 will offer and sell all of the following described property on my farm located.- One-half mile east, one mile north, 11/2 miles east, one mile north and one-half mile east of Burr, or 2% miles east an the blacktop, and 4 miles south of Bancroft, or 1 mile south and 6 miles west of Titonka, on MONDAY, NOV. SALE TO START AT 12:30 O'CLOCK. LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 34 HEAD OF CATTLE 23 Holstein Heifers. These heifers are open and approximately 14 months old. Vaccinated for Bangs and Black Leg. These are Minnesota and Wisconsin Heifers. 5 head of Milk Cows (1 Holstein, 2 Red cows, 1 Guernsey, 1 Black.) One outstanding, young Holstein Bull. One White Face Heifer and 1 White Face Steer, wt. approximately 600 Ibs. 4 small, calves. 25 HEAD OF FEEDER PIGS Farrowed in June. Good thrifty pigs, vaccinated. ONE 7 YEAR-OLD PONY, SADDLE AND BRIDLE 260 HY-LINE PULLETS, LAYING 75% 2 Electric Chicken Waterers. Other chicken waterers and feeders. MOVEABLE BUILDINGS AND SHEDS One Brooder House 10x12. 2 Shelter Houses, one 7x15, one 11x12. 2 Four-pen Hog Houses. 500 BALES OF STRAW. FARM MACHINERY (AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is an extra good line of farm machinery and livestock and you will find everything in. the best of condition. The machinery has been well cared for and the larger items have always been, kept inside of the machine sJj«d when not in use.) One Walkrlh, Hog; Feeder. 1500 BALES OF RED CLOVER. Farmall M—1951. Farmall Super C—1951. Minneapolis-Moline 8 ft. Windrower 1952. Massey-Harris Clipper Combine. McCormick-Deering No. 2-P Corn Picker. McCormick-Deering Manure Loader. New Idea No. 30A 7 ft. Power Mower. New Idea side delivery Rake. Heat Houser for M tractor. Farmall Cultivator No. C-254. Farmall Cultivator HM-238. McCormick Planter C-220. McCormick-Deering 15 ft. Disk. 1 International steel Wagon Box. 1 Wood Flare Wagon Box. McCormick-Deering No. 5. End Gate. Seeder. McCormick Hay Loader. McCormick-Deering Electric Cream Separator No. 4-S. 4 Section Flexible Harrow. 9 ft. Field Cultivator. 1—3 bottom 14 in. McCormick Plow. 1—2 bottom 16 in. Oliver Radex Pbw. 3—4 wheel rubber tired trailers. 1 Hay Rack. 1 Flexible Graple Hay Fork. 2—300 Gal. Fuel Barrels. 4 Feed Bunks. 1/4 H.P. Electric Motor. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Davenport. Kitchen table and 4 chairs. Gulbransen Piano, in good condition. Electric Top Table. White cabinet. Dutch Oven Cook Stove. Fruit jars, canners, etc. li Electric Fencer.. 1 Air Compressor. I RuUor tired Wheel, Borrow. 1— -2 Wheeled Trailer. 1—8x10 Canvas. 1—10x12 Cutva*. 3 Tank Heaters, 1 Electric. Electric Brooder Stove. 1—70 GoL Hog Tank. 1—100 GaL Oblong Tank. 1—300 Gal. Steel Tank. Tractor Chains: 1 Set 10x36> 12x38. ' 1 Pile of Bridge Planks. 6—50 ft. Corn Cribbing. 100 ft. of Good VA" Water Pioes 150 ft. V4" Water Pipe. * ' Home Milk Pasteurizer. White Enamel Jantetway 1 Set TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before sale. No property to be removed from oremls«c u n »:i «i _i * Not responsible for accidents. IttSHfe fetftble & '<- <K H ' ed for ' LEONARD STRECK QUINN & YUNGEBERG, Auctioneers. BURT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk.