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Usfi*. W; r. fcHntti Lutheran ehuren. * "tftat, P, a. Gray «t at, Vtft- iler, Will & Myrtle Kcp! * ' Ciiy ~ ftev. atid Mrs Le- Cotter of the "Baptist church wtere honored on theft 25th wed- diAg anniversary witfff reception dh the Guild tt&4 ftolsday nfftg, Jan. 29,,, /J& » M "3L: ^ -*.„ * jt$a f i 2»4 iV9v* at 'now <xr«m* ,i»V wife dhatnbers at, the City Hall it> i S i JO*V8l* '' ' ' ^ ^ ' S" hSffisif fS l &trert %y authority of the City Council and pursuant to Section 368.3e t fc* the C«lc of'Idwa 1966. , bated at Algona, Iowa t this 30Ui d.ay 01 January, 1959. .T. «• David A.,3mtthV ,. City Clerk., -' city of ' Thompson. was cRafnjiari; Three, , of ,the other churches in the community all took part in the pro- gr&hi. ftev. Claude Wheeler gave the, Invocation and prayer, Rey. •LeRoy Pillman gave the hibdita* tidn, Rev. and Mrs'S.,H, Greta Sleeker, Alvin Stecker, Steckcr, Stahley Stecker, Marcen& Stecker, Gertrude Stecker, Fred St«ct ker, Henry Majnaatd, & Okena, ftUth Meyer, Lena Schwartz -. ' HertzRe, Ida WUllani it, & sang a duet? A girls trio, Darlerfe Mlno, Car*ol .' Franks and Kathy Browning saHgfi'Mrs Marvin Lar- so'h* presented^ reading; a shorl talk was given by Sam Link: Vddal duetjby Mrs Jean Anderson* and tytrs,Tom Preston; A gift of money, was presented" by , rs .Maynai^d Jenson. A response- was give"n by honored couple. rThe refreshment table Was served by 'Mrs Irvin Link and Mrs Eunice Sanders, ' Mrs Bernard Peterson . f and Mrs .Glenn Clark' poured the coffee. * ' .Monday Afternoon the execu- '' : eav, an , tJ, 0;erty: R; Heetlfittd, Anflie , , Pllfst • -Telkamu, fferia Prlee. Jbhi Furst, W. D. & W. E. Ley, I. Hart Purdy, Thomas Purdy, Struthers B, Purdy, Harold Flagstad, Walter Sachs Rufus Olthoff, First State Bank, Webster City & Joseph W. Hammer, Trusted of - Joseph J.' McOulre, Trust Adolph Poppe, Henry Schwartz, Don aid Schwartz, Velva Schwartz, Louis Price, Anne L. Purdy, J. K. & Mary E Telkatnp( Robert Hamilton, Orvltle Rubjf,. Elmer & Armena Haas, Pauline Patterson, Peter L. Koppen, Jennie. E Smith, G. G. Marchman, D. E. Byam Henry J. Se Mary Boettcher, Arthur A Kramersmeler, Gust J. Koppen, Au F. Christ, Mew-Ill O. Elel, John O. Helen E. Plummer, Walter Sachs, Art hur Sachs, JSldon Sachs, Loren Sachs Vera Blbome; Fred Mabus, us lel Ralph E, 1», L. A. Meyer, l*n* Stcenhard. A' _. Christ, William »; Sf , Ocna S. Hanson, Helti IT C. W. Poison/ * -*-" 1 ffl»i iferry E. Uker . J. Larson, Wtfso 1 at Idah C. Ripi Ldis C: Tf erlnga, ...flseY Tltftt&r Co., Nerthw8ste*n Bell _ T, Maude L, ^ ^ AlWft E. Aftd, Mwu WlnSton.A. S6h] i -oirtlngn, Oertrudi Sen tfiaves, Paul C. Otljfett; groebel. A. «. O|r|ftt_ ertzke, Wm. Larson* "Ft S&vings Bank, wohlit/ " hd, fred Wln^feW Behrends, RacKfej / ifrt*. H. i. Kienm fijsr, H Fred - Huettner Jr., ^Q .board.JQ'f'^be WSCS met at ithe'hohie'.i6ftMife George Harrier, "Mr and J$rs- Walter Peterson, P£fty and Kim. of Algona were Suriday, dinner,guests of Mr and Mrs "Frank Smouse. Mrs Frank Smouse received n letter this \veek' from Mrs W. R. Clasen, formerly of Swea- City. She] said they' were enjoying tho very nice l weather at Res'eida, Calk Mrs Peter'Helmke entertained 14 friends dnd relatives Saturday evening in 'honor of the birlhday of frer husband, Peter Helmke. • 'Tjhe birthday of Mrs A. J. Bils- bqrpugh. was honored by the bjrthday circle last Tuesday at thfehome of Mrs Gebrge K. .Nelson'. ' '•'."•- - • .•.".' -.v Mr and. Mrs Kenneth Patterson and children, Mr and Mrs Bob Harvey-were accompanied by Mrs; Joe Zanke of Burt to Titon|«i Sunday to the 50lh wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs'L'ouis .Larson at the Methodist church. ^Guests Sunday at the Wm. Bojand home "were Mr ;ahd IMrs Art Boland and Dolores; •Charles' Kruse 'and Mr ' arid-' Mrs Art Strbmmen and Sheri of Foresl City. . ..• -Recent supper guests of Mr and Mrs Selmer Uhr were Mr and Mrs Lowell" Larson and family^ '•Mrs Jim,: Preston an.d' .Mi'S^ Mapber r Mino 'entertained the Mejthodist Church choir after vera niuumt:, E ieu IVIHUUO, vjuuts^s A»* Baumann, BehJ. Farrow, Ellsworth. 8t Jones Inc., John H. & Essie Pink, Etta A. Edwards, John At.Katie Murra, Earl H. & Hannah cushmah, Erriest> Christ. Maude Hamilton, Menno Risius, Mrs Fred Mabus, Gust J. & Belle M. Koppen, Harold & Hattio Uben, Albert & Emma Wertjes, George Christ, Walter H. & Leona T. Christ, Frank Koppen, Joseph Koppen, Mike Koppen, LaW- rerice Koppen, Yahdas Rice, Elizabeth C. Koppen, John Griese, Theodore A Trump, Irwin. M. Koppen, Richard E. & Feme 3. Melson, Klnas Risius, Hugo L. & Ottilie Stenzel, Bessie Patterson, Ronle R. Jatascn, Antje Rislus, William Bohrofen, Clayton W. & Wm. J." Paige, Andrew & Marie Risius, Jennie Grothaus, John F, Wubben, Carl & Gerd Mayland, August Kllnksick, peter Ub- * .;'.,—.. * *, 'T -\ j-4 „ „ ^. -n _ii^ A ***-..-.—. ft. . . tha ' Englcbarts, Edna H, Cons, Ind. School Blst' C, Oeilerifeldt, St. P Church, RoSa* Rahmstock, F a ffuett- , Pauline"" kiocke; ^atfrtha _, L.A.Meyer, John JottfcSoh, Geo. A. PaUlson, Hllmer O. Hansdrt, Genfe W. & Clara Garrett, Arthur Bassell, Margaret Warburton, Harold & Darlene Koppeh, Ja k 1 e Peterson Vernott II, & Jean lone Dornsback Irwin OunUft. Caroline S. Groft, Jerry R: Heettand,, Ann Hamilton, Alton E & Irene Anderson, George & Louise Schroeder and Berta, Weringa, owners Of the real estate hereinafter describ^ ed. ,1 To all Hen-holders and Incumbran cers of. portions W property in the Town of Lakotfl. Iowa, and to First National Bank 6f Elmore, Bankers Lite Company, Paul C. Oldenburg. Home Federal Savings and Loan Association Guy Bfcemor, ,Chase Manhattan Bank and Artbxft F. Henning, Trustees, The Feder&rLand Bank o£ Omaha, Farm ers 'trust & Savings Bank of Buffalo The Farmers & Mechah WU. &k\ NEU, N EH MB NWl/4, t tion 33. tf *SWU V4 SW'4, NEVi SEW. NWVi WVi SEH. SF, V4 rt SEVi Sec- NEH NE1/4. NWVi NEU .._.. .... H . SWVi NfflH, SE1/4 NEW, NEW NWU NW1/4 NWVi bert, 'Joseph l gust Klir AC Copp, Belton A. Copp Thursday; evening 'at the Preston home. ;".. 'Mr and Mrs Roger Linde and boys and Mr and Mrs Jim -JPres T tan and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Ppe'ston. , ; . ; vKathie Kae Voigt was baptized by! Rev. S. H. Hammer Sunday nibrning at the Methodist church services.' She is the daughter,: of-- Mri and Mrs Derwood Vpigt; Barbara Stenzel of Mankato Teachers College and Miss Shir' lejri - Stenzel, teacher at Buffalo Center, spent the weekend ,at the parental, Louis Stenzel home. ! :;Kenneth Elliott left Wednesday for Kansas City where he has enrolled in an Airline School for a month's training. Mrs Elliott and Tammy will stay , wiih her parents, Mr and Mrs Louis Stenzel until his return. Kenny has been employed on tfie Patterson farm. '•Mr and Mrs Harvey Hubbard we're called to Goodell last week by' the death of Mrs Hubbard's father, Charles T. Halfpop. He had been in failing health the past year from a heart condition LAKOT A NEWS Mr and Mrs Alvin Boettcher had as Sunday guests Mr and Mrs Henry J. Boettcher and Mr and Mrs Leonhard Christ. The occasion was in honor of Henry Boet tcher's birthday. I Friends of Walt Meyer will be «happy to learn that he was able tofleave the hospital last , week and is no wconvalescing at the home pf his son and family at Austin. Terry Aukes,- small son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Aukes was admitted to the hospital at Buffalo Center Saturday, He became very ill with flu.' ' ' ' Mr and Mrs Lou Nitz were Sun^ day evening callers at the Richard Zielske home, ' Mrs C, A. Gutkhecht and Lena Gutknecht were' callers at Mason City Monday. TT Mr and Mrs Henry Steenhard attended an all day meeting of Jr., Emily A. Borrow, Frank Risius, Karl'H.'& Hanna H. SUrtderman, Dorothy Rippentrop, Ubbe Heyes, Eizo Heyes; Nicholas: R. & Edna Thomson. Fred E. & Marion M. Siefer, John A. & Maggie Sleper, Eugene & Irma Jansen,; Alden D. & -Katherinc B Avery, George Schroeder, Melvln F Schroeder, Ben Farrow, Sadie, Richard, Vernonj Lester, • Alvin, Arlene Lois, Dorothy, Lloyd & Larry Gray Ernest M. & Anne H. Kersten, Harold Lee" Beenken, 'Amy F., Henry E. The o d b re & 'Harold W. Schoon Theresa Dreesmanj ^Johanna Hayenga Herman & John Dreesmah, Robert G Beemer,; Robert A^'Bunkofske, Dante: N. Meyer, Helen Kardoes, Henr> Meinders, A. C. Schissel, Harm P Risius, Harm H. Huisinga, Reiner Harringa, Bielto: Penning,, Elmer & .Katlj Gray, George' Risius,:"John C,-Risius Dohald," ^y. J., Wayne E; & Eugene M Ostermann,'Joe<H. Tapper, Donald '&. Norma ' J. Tapper, Walter & Bessie Tapper, Anna K. Everding, Henry Meinders, M^nno Everding.. Bernav Siehlmann, Grace Beenken, John A Pannkuk, Hattie, Harold & Ann Ubben, Robert Kruse,: Dick & Etta H Beenken, Benjamin Beenken,' Eiler Boyken, A. Q. Smith, Pearl M. Smith T6wn' of Lakoto, Harm & Eulabell Lewerke, *W. M. Schroeder Jr., Wi — ... t. "-. 1 -... - «._-.:--^,. Myr t ie ^ t ___ _. "" '& oyce~M. Stenzel, Wilson Brack, L. A. Amanda /Nitz; v.'Arlene Pringle IJCWCI fvK, ?VY . J.yi. *J»*il4»Jv:v*w*. ,«*•*» * Kephart, jRicjiard J._XJarrett, - My: K&phart, ; Rr T.S Smiflii'TRobeVt? D. os Slylngs Banki of Minneapolis; The ilutuSi benefit Life Insurance Com- any t " The Equitably Life Assurance dciety of the United States, Leoti- jard Christ or Minnie S. Chuist, Equl- able ' Life Insurance Company of owa,' Tltonka' Savings Bank of Ti- onktf, loWh, The Travelers Insurance Company " and ' Metropolitan Life nsurance Company, Hen-holders and ncumbrancers :of pbHtons of the real state hereinafter described. Tom.; M. rgmlth, Kossuth County ighw&y Engineer, tThe Chicago Rock Jtind and' Paclfld Railroad Company ind to' all' persoris in possession or n actual' .occupancy or having or claimln'g,'any right, title or interest in and 'to the following described real estate to-VWt: ?£Lbi|oln Township 99-27. NW>4, NBVi SW sw i/4 sw swi/4 s? Section 34, SWVi NEW & 8»,4 E SWI/4 SEU NEW. NE NWl/4;> SWU WV SW . SBH NB'4. SWW W^v •W.A. ^H SE'vT Sectfon'- 3S, all % "ln" 'foWnsWft Range 27, .Kossuth Courity, Iowa. German Township 98-27. swu NEU,"WM SEK NE%, swi/4 NW%, SEM, NW'A, NE4 SW>4 NWl/4 SV.M4,. SWU SW"/ 4 , SEH WV4, Wl/4 NEU- SEH, NW% SE> SWT/4,~SEU' SWH',"WJ6 NE% SI NWU SEl/4. SWU ,Sti\4, Section 6, .S»,4. NWVi NWVi NEU Si. NW Vi" _. .. „ _ i, SW% NEW, W& SEl/CNEW, NEW NW'/i, NWVi NW%. SWVi NWVi, SEy 4 NWVi, NEVi SWVt'i >NWV4 SWVi, SWVt SWVi, SEVi SW%, W 2/3 NEVi SEVt NWV4 SEVi •; SWVi SE'A. W2/3 SEVi- Section 7, SVi SW% /4 SEVi SWW, W% SV 4 SE1/4 SWU Section 16, S2/;i NEV4 SWVi, S2/3 NW% SWV* ex. Ry. SWVi SW1/4, SEVi SWVi. SVi NEVi SE Vi , S2/3 NW Vt< SE Vi , S W % SEW SE1/4 SEViv Section IV, -W* NW& _ . Quaday, George & GepkeHeyes, F. C. Krall, John' Relsdorfer,-: Richard & Bertha, Zielske, Chris Asmtissen, Ben Farrow, Agnes & N. B. Pringle, Rufus Olthoff, ' Edward Mayer, Gecmania Creamery Co., E. R. Ogren, ••'. Laura Penny, Barbara Weringa,., Carl D. & Ethel Garrett, John W. &,Mary-Alice Ukena, Pete Bruer, Albert Bbsma, Albert Bosma Jr., Otto Koppen, Vincent E & Lois A. Miller, • Hannah Heetlapd, Tred Mabus, Leonard Seibolt, : W.."J. NEVi, W»4 NE% : NWVi & NEl/4 NE% NW%, W',4 SEVi NWVi, NW% NWVi, SWVi; NW% SVi NEVi SWVi & NW Vi NE Vi. SW Vi", NW % SW Vi , SW 1/4 SWy 4 , SEVi'-SW.Vi, S2/3 NEVi SEVi ex, Ry,, SVa NWVii-SEVi, SWVi SEVi ex Ry., SEVi' SEl/4 ex. Ry., Section 18, NEV4 NEVi exivRy., NWVi NEVi ex. Ry., 'SWVi ; NEVi ex. Ry>, SEVi NEViV.NEWSE174,"NWH, SEVi'. SW% SEl/4,' SE Vi, SE V*, NE Vi NW.Vi . ex Ry.i' SE Vi NWl/4; NW Vi NW Vi' ex Ry., SWVi NWVi ex. Ry., NEW ,SW% SEVi : SWV4, NWl/4 SWVi. SWVi' SWV 4 ex. Cem. Section 19, NEV4 NEW 5? of Ry., NWVi NEVi S., of Ry., SWV NEVi," SEVi NEl/4, NEVi NWVi S; o Ry,,; NW% NWl/4 S. of Ry., SW^V NWVi. SEVi NWVi. NWl/4.N: of Ry NEVi S N. of Ry., NEW .SWV4, SW Vi, S Wl/4 SW %.' SE W *BW^L, SEl/4, NW'/i SEV*. SWVi SEVi, SEVi SEV4 SEU sec. H. MH V' a NE14 SB»4 & "E't ft Wli " " " 1/3 NU NE U NWU, EU N NWU. NKV awu, M NE N'W U NEW-NEU S»^, n.. . »,'* Sl/4 NWU SE'4 8, NW*4 NWU WE 1 ?. NE»4 NEVI *4\V 1/4 Scctloh 18, NWU NW>4 NEU ^EVi. E8/3 NH NWW ?«KH Set- ion S3, nil In Township 08, Rnnfic 27. "nssuih County, lown. L«dy*»d To*mhlp te-ll E<4 NEV4 NEV4. EI«, SE« NSH. IE(4 SEl/4, N>4 SK>4 8EVS, Sh JE '4 - SE >4 Section la, NE % NK '/i, JEU NE',4. NEVi SEVi, 8E.H'SB1« faction 13, NEU NEW. SEVjk NWU 4EU. NEU SWU NEU & that part of E«4 SEU SWU NK1/4 M; of Hy,, 3EM NEU N. ot Ry., SWU SEl/4 ". of O. D,, SEU SEVi Section i4 "" NEW S W2/3 NEU- SEU NEU , j NV» NWV, Section 28, 1 1 *• M »«• «" B« Bf. 68' 8 at SE cor. f hurttlfl^ F«b. S, lll# AI0 MM (f«.). Wpptr ti( Blk IS Lakota. ninnlng thjnciJW " ' * ISO 1 , 8 135' E ISO* K 138' to If,, Sf t , (B 1 S of SW cor. Blk IS, LSkoWi, run- nln* thence E ISO 1 . S 188', W- ISO 1 , N 138' to BB.. Bg, nt SE wr. of Owl Lot l^ikfitn. runnin^t thence S 105' S", W 284' N 1B3.B' thcnco E Jo 0«., B«, At NE cor, of SWU SB '4 See, a4-«fl'28. runninu thence W M\W S iflfi' E 8(I4V*' N 165' to Bg., Hg. Ht NW cor, of SW'4 e S , >IWl/4 SWU. SEU & N'i NEW SWU EU Section 1, W 3 ,i NU NEW NEU, & NEW NE1/4, NWVi NEU, W',l( E',b SWU NEU, SEW NWVi, NWU SE NWU. . Tt ^ 1112,-%, o«l» -^ l1Kt-/i OWWlllJIl *u,' ill In Township 09, Range Bfl, Koflituth Sounty, Iowa, • Towh ot Lakotdt 16w» Lots 1, 2. 3, 4. 8, 0 —• Block 1. Lota 1-, 2, 3, 4, 8, 6, 1 8, 0, 10, 11, 13 *~ Block Z, Lots 1, S, 3, A, B, fl, 7, fl. ft. 10, 11, 12 — Block 3, Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 8, 0, 7, 8, J, 10. 11, 12 — Block 4, Lots 1, 3, 3, 4, 5, 8, 7, B, 0. 10, n, 18 — Block 6, Lot? 1, 3, 3, 4, 6, 0. 7, fl, 1). JO, 11, 18. 13. 14. Iff, 10, 17, 18 — Block 8, Lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 0, 7, 8. !>, 10, U, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 — Block 7 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4,, 5, 6. 7, 8, 0. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 18, 16, 17, 18, 10. 20 — Block B, Lots 1, 2. 3, 4; 8, 0, 7, 8. 9, 10, It, 12, 13, 14, IS, 18, 17 — Block 0. Lots 1,:2, 4, 4, 8. 6, 7, fl, fl ~ Block 10, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. B, d, 7, B, 9, 10, 11, ^18, 13, 14, IB, 10, 17, 18, 19, 30 — Block v ll. Lots 1, 2, S, Ai 8, 0, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11, IJ2, 1>3, 14 15, 16. 17, IB, 19 — Block 12, jLols 1, 2, 3, 4, B, 0, 7, 8, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, Id, 17, 18 *-.Block 13, Lots \ 2, 3, 4. B.'O, 7, 8; 9, ; 10, 11, 12 — Block 14, Out Lot 1, OUt Lot 2, Out Lot 3, Out Lot 4, Bg. at n point 86' E of tho NE cor. of Blk, 4 Gcrmanta. running thence S BOB' E 408', N BOS' 'thcnco W 480' (o Bf?., Bg, 00' S of SE tor. of Blk 5 Lnkota running thcnco NEU, NE4 NWU. WU STBU.I >WU NWU, SEVi ... ,Wl/4, NWU SWU. SWU SWU 3EU SWU. NEVi SEU. SE'/ 4 SEl/4 VWU SEU. SWU SEU Section 2, VIE U NEU, NWU NEU, SWU VE1/4, SEVi NEU, NEU NWU. SE% VWU. NWU NWU, SWU NWUi >TEl/4 SWU, NWU -SWU , SWU SWU, SEl/4 SWU. NEU SEU. NWU SEl/4, .SWU SEU,. SEV, SEU Secton 3, NEU NEU. NWU NEU, SWU NEU, SEU NEU, NEU NWUi WU NWU. SEU NWU. NWU; NWU, NEU SWU, NWU SWUi SWU SWU. SEU SWU. NEU SEl/4, NWU SEU, SWU SEU, SEU SEl/4 Jection 4, NEU NEU. EM) NWU NEU. SWU NEl/4, SEU NEU. Eia SEVi SEl/4 NWU, EU NEU SWUi El/4 SEU SWU, NEVi SEU. NWU SEU. SW,U SEU. SEU SEU Section 5. NEl/4 NEU, NWU NEU. N'ii SWU NEU & SEl/4 SWU NEU, SEU NEl/4, EU NEU NWU. N'.'a NEU SEU NWl/4. NVi NEU SEVi & SEU NEU SEl/4 Section 8, NEU NEU, NWU NEU, SWU NEU, SEU NE U, NE U NW U. , NW U NW U SWU': NWU, SEU SWll/4, NWU ,W 006', S 133', E thence N 133' , , , to Bit., Bg. 60' S ot SW cor. of Blk Lakotn, rilnnthg thence W 86' 8 139' ., Sec. 24-90-28 rtmnlng thence 183 ii' E 300' N 1BSU' W 300' to Ug., B«. 86' S ol the SW cor. of Blk 13 Lakota, running W 400' S 139*, E 400'. N J3»' to Bg., all located in the Corporate limit* of the town of Lakotn. lo\v«. You and each of you arc hereby notified vnat there U now pending, before the Borirri of Supervisor* of Koii- auth County, town, A petition signed by two or morn landowner* ot the Innd Included within said Drnlnnge District, nuking that »nld Board of Supervlsori repnlr nnd improve the open ditch ot snld Drainage DUtrlct No. 00. That the Engineer nppolntctl by the Boflid of Supervisor!!, hn« reported fnvorwbly thereon, filed his report In the office of the County Auditor, recommending such Improvements and rcpnlrg, For B more complete description of the proponed Improvement, see Engineers report on file. » Thftt the Engineer's report mny be nmendcd from time to time before final notion, Thnl snme will come up for hearing before the Bonrd of Supervisors o Kossuth County, Iowa, nl their office In the Court House. Algonn, lown on the Oth day of March, 11)89. at D:3( A.M. That nil claims for damages and al oblections to the proposed repair and improvement to snld Drainage District must b" made In writing and flletl It the office of the County .Auditor o Kossuth County, Iowa, at or befor the time Bt<l for hearing. Dated this 20th day of January, 1081 BOARD OF 8m j mV19<"»t««. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOW/ By C. S. Pearson Countv Drainage Clerk. 0 SEVERAL USED 14-INCH TIR S H PUBLIC NEW, NEVi SWU, N>,4:SEW SWV4 • fi i m &. SEU SEU SWUi NEU SEU, NW-1/4 SE'1/4. SWU SEU; SEU SEU Section' 0. NEU 'NEU, NWU NEU, SWU',NEl/4, SEU NE'/i, SWU. NWU. NEU NWU. NWU NWU, SEU ; NWU,- NEU -SWU. NWU SWI/4, SEU SWU. SWU SWU ! , NEU SEl/4, NWU SEU, SWU SEVi SEU , SE'/i Section -10, NEVr, NEU'. NWU NEl/4, SWW NEU, SEU NEU. •NEl/4 NWU, NWU NWU, _SWV{ : NWU. SEU NWU. NWl/4 SWU, SWU SWU, NEU SEU. 'SW.U SEU. ', SEU •tion 11, SWU SWU SVis SWU NEU & NV •- NEl/4 & W% S'/a N 1 ,*! SWU NEU'. NWU NWU, .. swu, SWU. SEU NWU SEU, SEU Sec 7 NWU SE1/4 Section 20, N2/3 NEVi- NWVi ex. Ry., N2/3 NWVt NWV, ex. Rv.. SWVi SWVi NWVi. NE1/4 SWVi NWVi ; SE SW S'" ; SWl/4, SW Vi SW Vi , SE % SEW, SEVi..S 3 /4 SEVi. SEVi Sec. 21, SVa SWVi SWVi, SEVi SWI/4, SW% SEW, SE1/4 SEW Section 22, SWVi SWW : SWU Section 23, W Va NW, Vi, NWVi,. WVi^SW'% .NW Vii Sl/2 NW% SWVi, .&: NWVi NWV* SWW, SWW SWVi Section 26, NEW NE1/4, NWVi NEW, SWVi NEVi. SE1/4 NEM, NEVi NWU, NWVi . NWl/4, SWW NWVi, SEVi NWVi, NEU :swvi swu, SEU SWM, NU NWI/ SE 1/4 Section IS, W% NWU NE'/d SWVi NEV,, W',i SEUNE'/i.NE^ NWl/4, NWU NWU, SWU NWU'. SEU NWl/4, NE',4 SWU, sww, SW Vt. SW U , N% SB '/, , SW >A N ',i NW \4 NEW SEV4, W% N',6 SW >A SE'/i & , NW'/i SWM SW'/i SE%, NWVi SE 1/4. NEVi NWVi NE%, SW</ 4 NE1/4, ,SE'/i NEW, NEVi NW%, SEV4 NW1/4. NWVt NW'/i, SW/, NWVi N'/ 2 *NE'/, SW1/4 & SEV4 NEM SWVi. NWVi SWVt. NEV, SEU, SW 1/4 SE1/4, E% SW'4 SEVi & NW'/t NW'4 a n LOCATION: 'Vi mile west of St. Joe land 2V4 miles north, or 8 miles south of Algona, V2 westi and Mz south, m m m • m • H • • 5 E STARTING AT 12:30 P.M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS a !S H • •B U m m As I have rented my land, I will, sell the,following described personal property to the highest bidder on my farm located 2yi miles south and 3 miles wast of Bancroft, or ^V^ miles north and 2 miles east of Lone Rock, or '9 miles south and one mile east of Swea City, or 4 miles north and 3 miles west of of Burt, on Sale to Start at 12:30 O'clock Lunch Wagon on the Grounds 22 Head OF CATTLE 21 head of V/hile Face Cows to start calving April 15. One registered White Face Bull. All are clean T.B, and Bang's Tested yrithin, 30 days. These are big choice cows. ' 60 Heqd of Hampshire Feeder Pigs, about 70-85 Ibs. Vaccinated for cholera & erysipelas 14 HEAD OF SHEEP to lamb starting about March 1st FARM MACHINERY Weed Sprayer, Hammer Mill 50-ft. Bell, Corn Picker Shield, Speed Jack. International 10-ft. Binder with good canvas. International 12-ft. Pump Rake. New Idea 44-ft. Elevator, 2 years old. Chase 10-lt, Field Cultivator. New Holland Trailer with 6X12 ft. Heider box ' Bolster Hoist, one year old. • • n • • • 1953 New Holland Field Cutter, corn and hay head. 1953 A.C. Forage Blower with power winch. Two Forage Boxes with false endgates. New Idea Spreader. One Two Wheel 8-14 Implement trailer, with tilt bed. One Four Wheel (rubber) trailer, with flare box. Massey Harris Combine, 7 foot clipper. M & M 2-row pull corn picker. I.H.C. No. 35 Mower. I.H.C. Manure Loader Easy Flow Fertilizer Spreader, 10 ft. Blue Fertilizer Side Dresser for 4-row Cultivator. \ I.H.C. Spring Tooth Harrow, 11 ft. tractpr. Brady Cornstalk cutter. Western Land Roller. 550 Gallon Gas Barrel with stand, hose and nozzle. . y I.H.C. 16 ft. Grain Binder windrower. John Deere Endgate Seeder. Booster Buck. Century Mounted Sprayer. farm Bureau last Tuesday at Marilyn Rippentrop, daughter of Mr and Mrs John JUppentrop " iao ah' overnight guest of C* Ccxok Wednesday. ' Mr and Mrs George , and flmily of Buffalo Centtr j^ were Sunday callers at tpe ka\j- j j 9 jj n r£n Thompson honie ^Mrs John Cpojc taught'for Mr§ Gardner last we.ek. Mrs Gai^nei 1 was ill for several days, ' Mr "and Mrs Robei't Rippenfrop, qf T EJmore were gatwdsy csUer§ mth her sister and frroily, ihfi Thompsons, 1953 Minneapolis U Tracipr with live power tak«- pff and 2-way hydraulic pump. 1948 Minneapolis R Tractor with hydraulic pump and Heat Houser. 4.-row Cultivate* f9r Minneapolis U. 2-row Cultivator for Minneapolis R. Minneapolis 2-row C|prn Picker. - ^ „ , •„-, - . , „ Minneapolis semi'mpunted 4-row Corn' Planter John Deere Steel Wagon with flare box. .., r, .... _,,_ , , «__,.. JS __ —,._,* jayhawk Stacker. Harvey Tractor Corn Sheljer, Clipper Fanning Mill with electric motor. 2 John Deere Wheel Weights. 4 Minneapolis Tractor Wheel Weights. 13x38 New Tractor Chains and .set 11x38. Steel Tank with built-in Hog Walerer. Portable Folding Hog Crate, Simplex Oil Burning Brpoder Stove. V 10-h.p. Johnson Sea Horse outboard motor,5-yrs- old, run less than 20 hours, neutrahiorward-reyerse gears, 5-gal. Mile-Master fuel tank. Property of 4, F. Hejjnsky, p»ncro|t. 4-row Iniernaiipnal Corn Planter, complete with Fertilise; Attachment, 80 rods of wire, Property Of Julian,Che.rland. 1949 Foid V 2 T. Pick-up, 4 Speed Tiansmission 2-12X18 Hog houses, in good 1-Feed shed on spreader, run- 1 shape. -12X18 Brooder house. -12X16 Brooder house, in ning gear. -10X10 Norton Feeder, good shape. B • • • • • • • • fertilizer attachment including one-half mile of wire. • ' ' . 13'/2-ft, Krause Tandem Disc/, one year old, Model 25 John Deere Combine .with scour clean, Windrow spreader and straw spreader take off, hea,vy duty qan,yan. 29-ft. Jphn Pfjere 5-gectipn Flexible Drag folding evfn.ejr, orp year old, ' . 7«ft, John peere- Power Mower. Jphn Pet r f 4^few -f »e J?el>yery, John Pe?re Pjs?, 15-ft, _ Hand Corn Sheller Th«s best kind of JUlwg needs 4hypw lays. ^IQUT 1§Q t&wt m j &&m< n? WHITi PUliiT§, 8-Wiw ho* to be if moved from prejnissi u»tu settled for, Not ' 500-ehi^k size gas Brooder Stove. and spring. Cabinet Sink, foi: Ouioo Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, estate, lo-vvit; /!*' ?s, ./,« 14 II I TERMS: Usual Auction Term?. All Goods Must Be Settled For Before Removed From Sale Grounds. Cash, or Arrangements With Your Banker. ': ' f NoJ Responsible For A««idents, Should Any Occur- , '

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