Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
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Lakota — St. Paul's dhurch Brating its crati will >be *<*eje> 75th Anniversary Sunday, April 24 witlr morning jrnd afternoon festivities;. "• ; t ' , The day will begin witHi "a" 10 a.m. festival service at which the Rev. R. E. Langholz JJvvHl breach on "The Way ? offiFaith." Mr. Langholz is a son of one of the pastors, of St. Paul's, Rev. tym. J/ L^hgTiolz 'wlio 'Wv-ed In 1941 and 1942 before his untimely death. Special music will be presented by the choirs . i of the congregation . The preterit pastor, Paul Ofstedahl, will officiate, A noon meal will be served for all who wish to take part. Serving will be pot-luck, with Ham, rolls and coffee provided l»y the congregation, so families ate asked to bring salads, hot dishes and desSerte. Following! the meal, open house will oe held at the.; parsonage until afternoon festivities begin. ;: .1 ; ; A service at 2:30 will include greetings from several former pastors and interim pastors. The message "It Is Well that We Are Here" will be brought by the Rev. Fred Darriauer 'who served St. Paul's; from 1943, to 1952, and' is now terminating his ministry at .Gushing, Iowa. The choirs will again provide special music. A coffee hour "for everyone will be held at about 3:45 featuring a confirmation reunion Movies taken in 1951 showing the old church and construction and dedication of the new chu rch will be shown at intervals throughout the afternoon. An anniversary booklet with many 'pictures, old and new, and his torical information will be avail able, and will make a memor ible keepsake of the event.' y f * ,{". ', " c»ngrc?gation and pastor 51 St'. Paul's J6in in inviting its toaihy aiea friends to rejoice with them that day, and remind all, that, daylight saving time a\-- * J A ing. s*lo begin that prm hired for ••^•IH MMMM fl^l^^B* I^^^^H «™^^"* IPB«^^^ f-^^^— i _. i Subscription Blank */ v ' , * «'*/« • v f ' r -* ' " ^ •** II y*u *»•• rtfct *lr«dy rfnAdv«ri<« toMcrilMr, y«u can b«. come one by filling out thU form and encleting • check or ca*h for $5, You Will receive the KOSSUTM COUNTY AD- VANCt each M«*d«y and Thursday lor a full year, Join the v.tt Advance farnily df reader* tc-day ! NAME ADDRESS i-_-^i_— —4 ———~— — Mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algeria, Iowa -^ " ; v •' ; • , • : ber Stow, Ames, were guests at W. E, Stow's. Catherine Feddersen was home front Mankato college, SweaEagle Mr*. Kenneth Brones Lakota — Richard Phillips of St. Ansgar, .has-'been hired as the new principal of the Lakota Consolidated School System. Mr. a Phillips is married and ;he father of five children. He las 'been teaching commercial subjects the v past nine years at 5t. Ansgar. ,:.,,,;:•' ''•:'''• .•;,.. ' '.'•.'.' "• His' uhdergraduate college Work has consisted of majoring in Economics and Business Administration in Wartburg College-in Waverly. His graduate work was taken at the University, of Iowa, the University of Missouri and /the University of Minnesota. ' He will, continue his work this summer, at Maryville State College at Maryville, Mo. Mr. Phillips has also been very active in community affairs and in church work. JR. AND SR. PROM Thursday to Monday. She /was a guest at Williarri Brock's Eas- Lakota The Junior-Senior Prom will, be held at the Lakota Auditoriumi on Saturday, April 23. The banquet will begin, the evenings festivities at 6:30 p.m. with the dance held afterward. v r ? DELIVER YOUR CAR! MR. FARMER M ii Our tank wagon/ under the management of Ron Buscher, ! will be happy to serve your spring needs. With us you get \ your dividend at the time of purchase. We have a full line • lollop quality oils and greases including the new UNITED '. *C. D. MOTOR OIL, which exceeds car manufacturer's MS ; tost sequences and MIL-L-2104-B. This oil can be used in • cars, trucks, diesel L. P. or gas tractors. NO FINER MOTOR " OIL OBTAINABLE. FARM GREASE Multi-Lub Lithium Gun Qreaso The ONE Grease For Every Purpose All Types Transmission and Hydraulic Oils For All Types and Models of Tractors PHONE 295-3749 Janet Walker, Marion, spent the weekend with her -parents, the Ralph Walkers. Also for Easter guests were the Martin Dahls and Richard Dahls. The Ed Godfredsons visited in Fairmont Easter. Shirley Sullivan spent Easter with her parents, the Francis Sullivans. She is a student at Briar Cliff, Sioux City. The Sul livans were guests at Bernard Sullivan's, Guckeen, Sunday. At Mike Grabianowski's Easter were the Art Krachts, R. S. Mathers, and Paul Wegners. Danny Anderson was ah afternoon guest. The Chris Feddersehs were Easter guests at Ed Ketelsen's, Clinton. The Ray Piohts, Alice Picht, Minneapolis, and the Dick Kru- mms were Sunday guests at Elward Picht's, Armstrong. The Ray Pichts visited Mrs. Picht's mother, Mrs. Albert Bosma, Lakota, Saturday. Friday guests at Maynard Hurlburt's were cousins, ,the Melvin Fields, Worthington, and Joe Fliers. Callers were Mrs. John Bolan and children, Omaha, the Lee Hurlburts, Fonda, Mick Hurlburt, Brookings, S.D., and the Jim .Hackers. Mick Hurlburt spent Easter from Brookings State with his parents, the Maynard Hurlburts. Betty Clark, Grundy Center, and Maxine Clark, LeMars, we fe Easter guests at the parental Glenn Clark's. The Richard Walters, Minneapolis, were weekend guests at Elmer Bailey's. Mrs. Walters is a niece of Mrs. Bailey. The Wayne Jorgensens and Virgil Jensen visited Mrs. Jensen at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester Sunday. Mrs. Weldon Brandt and Mrs. Hilda Fosgren visited Mrs. Tilie Smith in Fairmont recently. The Wallace Dawsons had a 'amily dinner Sunday with his Barents, the Walter Dawsons, i)unnell, and the Kenneth Hansons, Odin, Minn, as guests. Guests at Kenneth Brones' Sunday were his family, the William Buhmahs, and Jay Brones, Emmons,. Minn., Ronald Buhmans, Mankato, Warren Brones, and Andrew Brones families and Hubert Brones. Mrs. Laurel Peterson and daughters spent Good Friday weekend at her parents, the Ot to Falks, Spicer, Minn. The Gail Kauffmans, Cedar Rapids, spent Saturday and Sun day with his parents, the Rus sell Kauffmans. Their daughter the Roger Osborns, Carroll, ca me Thursday for Easter. Mrs. Mervin Johnson and chil dren spent Saturday and Sun day at Humboldt with her par ents, the Cecil Godfredsons Saturday Mrs. Johnson helpe< her parents move into a new home they had recently purcha sed. Edward Godfredson wen to Humboldt Saturday to help Sunday, the Mervin Johnsons Cecil Godfredsons and Mrs. Am ter. guestA Wthe R. P. Voting hdffle «•»»»»»»«»»»» ffcerTGtiy tHfridHd of Brttt, . Sjjarks father, also accom* ied them. Ambng the many )thef guests Wds their son, Jim Sharks t>f Chestertott, Ind. Mr. ahd Mrs. Leo Clark artd Mrs. Harold Stevenson of Britt ivere dinner guests in the Ray fitch home. Mrs. Edmund Larson attend' ed U and I Circle, Tuesday * in he home of Ruth Pattersdh: the Mrs. Fred C. Newlin and Pauline were Easter guests at par- rel Newlin's. Guests expected from St. Peter, Minn, were pre vented from coming by a bliz zard. Guests during the week at Fred C. Newlin's were Mrs Floyd Treat, the Burt Roalsons and Mrs. Sadie Fundaburk. The Bob Helgesons, Arm strong, were Friday callers at Tom Preston's. Mrs. JOJB Preston, Estherville, spent Easter with her sister, Mrs. Nina Traub. The Tom Prestons and Sam Links were Easter guests at Fred Link's, Fairmont. The Ed Recces, Elmore, were Sunday guests of their son, the Jack Recces. Howard Person, student at Ames, spent Friday to Monday with his parents, the O. R. Persons. Frieda Schauberger, Atlantic, was a Saturday caller at her brother, the Carl Schaubergers. She went to visit the Walter Madsens at Albert Lea, Earl Von Bank, Fort Dodge, spent Easter with his parents, the A. J. VonBanks. The Emery Prestons and Virgil Prestons were Sunday guests at Earl Preston's. Easter guests at Elvin Swanson's were the Harold Swan* sons, LeRoy Sanftners, St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Christine Swanr son. ^ The Elmer Franks and Richard Olsons were Sunday guests at Glen Olson's. , Ronald Ortman gave lesson. Last week visitors in the Tony Jandl home Were Mr. and Mrs. Men net Trunkhlll and Mr. John J6hnson of Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jandl and family of Hutchinsort, Minn, were callers Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Sengbusch and sons Gary arid Darwin of Milaca, Minn, were Sunday guests after they and . the Robert Jandls had been dinner guests in the Hanford Brock home at Woden. Mr. and Mrs. David Fritz arid little son from Wisconsin were visitors in/the parental Clyde 'Moore home last week. Mr. ant Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy am Mr: and, Mrs. Richard Crosser and baby were Tuesday evening visitors in the Moore home ant enjoyed a visit with the David Fritz .family. Mr. and Mrs! Robert Wood; Jean arid Randy were. Easter Sunday dinner arid supper .guests .in the John Von Bank home in A'.^ona. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence piers of Bancroft, Mary Jandl and Matt Szerensoe -of West Bend were Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Tony Jandl home. Mrs. Man ford Brock of Woden and Mrs. Bill Ross of Crystal Lake were Wednesday afternoon visr tors. Irvington By Ma* McUiin e»«»»»»»»M»»»»»«»««»»»« Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy, attended a birthday party Friday evening in the home of Mrs. John Von Bank in honor of Mrs. Von 3ank's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loebach and family were Easter Sunday quests in the Joe Loebach Sr. home at Whittemore. Mrs. Robert Wood attended the shower, Sunday, April 17, in honor of Shirley Kissner. Portend Mrs. Victor Fitch LOCALS Mrs. Lillian Bell, Des Moines, Mrs. Howard Sparks enter- ained at a coffee Monday after T noon in honor of the Cancer rusaders of Portland Townt hip. April is Cancer Crusade month. Ladies in, the Cancer Crusade are: the Madames, Bernard Phelps, Harley Boeckholt; Roland Chafee, Henry Lensing, Bill Trenary, Hazel Carroll, Harold Lampe, Larry Dreyer, Bill Tjaden, Ervin Elmers and Howard Sparks, These ladies will be calling in the homes and it is hoped that many generous contributions will be received. The Portland Social Club met Thursday afternoon at the Cunningham Cafe at Burt. Esther Williams was hostess. Members, present at the meeting were El la Lampe, Effie Teeter, Elvira Christensen, Jessie Miller, Al leda Harms, Hazel Larson, Edi th Jandl, and Josephine Arend Roll Call was a bulb and flower exchange. Effie Teeter was ii charge of Fun. Time, puzzles and games were enjoyed by all many winning prizes. The nex meeting will be held Thursda afternoon, May 12. Elizabeth Kennedy is hostess. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Sparks were Easter Sundiay dinnei returned home Tuesday after .several days in Algona. She 'came to-Alpona'-with-her sister Mrs. Alice Thornleg, Palo Alto, Calif. They were the Ely girls of he Algona area 40 odd years ao, arid attended school in Algona. Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew had hem as guests Thursday. Friday he Dr. P. 0. Dorweilers .had guests for coffee. Out of town quests were the Louis Crawfords of Minneapolis and Ray Miners of Humboldt. Attending the funeral at Cla rion last Saturday of Mrs. Tay- Hinton were the Harold Col wells, Florence Colwell and Mrs Hugh Colwell. Fun and Do Club met April 13 With Dorothjr Plathe^ Guests Were Mrs, Richard Bristow, Mrs. Don .Warmbeir, Mrs. Dennis licKteig, Mrs. Pete Plente!* and Mrs. Elmer Youngwirth. At XX) prizes went to Rita Frankl, 5ulalia Altman, and Doloris Kramer, The next nieetirtg will be May 11 at Bernice Mayer's. The Bernard Capesiuses, Cla- rettce Siemers and Jim Gattons Were visitors Sunday at Phillip Arndorfer's for the Arndorfers' 25th wedding. Mr. Arndorfer is a brother of Mrs. Capesius and Mrs. Siemer, and an uncle of Mrs. Gatton. koleen, daughter of the Max Kings, was a patient at St. Ann hospital from Tuesday to Fri day last week. She was threat eried with pneumonia and was in oxygen part of the time. Mrs. Albert Leigh, Thompson was released and returned home by her husband and daughte Nancy, Sunday after an eight day.•'stay, at Rochester, Minn where she had a series of x-ray arid tests. Before going to Ro Chester, Mrs. Leigh was a pa tient in: a Buffalo Center hos pitai several days: She has mu tipie sclerosis.; The Leighs ar formerly of the Irvdngton area. A surprise birthday dinner for Mrs. Hazel Sabin was held at Geo. Mcyay's, Algona, Sunday; Other guests were the Ronald and Harold Sabin families. Easter guests of the. Howard Swansons were the, Archie Osborns, Zearing. Archie is a brother of Mrs. ;Swanson. Her father G. L. Osborn, Ames, visited the Swanson home last weekend. Easter guests at Carl Swan- ion's were the daughter Linda, eacher at Hawarden, and the Glen Schwarcks, Whitten. New members of the Irving;on church joining during communion services April 7 are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harms, Sharon, Russell, Richard and Patricia Harms; Mrs^ Vernon Klein; Jharleen Klein;* Mrs. Margaret Sent; Robert and Suzanne Kent; loria Canaday, and Ronald Chamberlain. Mrs. Don Cooper, Lincoln Neb., was a recent visitor at El mer Dole's. She-is a niece of had her at iemth was 11m « She Wad a •«•<*, Colwell, trvi««t6Virtd Hugh olwell, Algorta. , f 2.15 d. Stof« Tax, P*nstofi LEOAL NVTMES council MINUTCS VXv" "pX..r-ir"---TT- oSiftb ,55 .^.04 8*.22 .5.00 §1.21 31.76 5.94 ,llne ?2-U Repairs 12.60 Cnsh --.-, ,7-DO Thut ftieklefs, AdvdHfce., Publishing -ii--*--- AVnold Motors, Subplles .....* BfoxlleV Equl|J./ Tires ...-**** Hutielf's, Stfiplles Sunfay DX, Gasol Taylor Motors Glty Clerk, AJw Cash ' Gre'enbefg's,, Parts ' Hilton's, Service Fire Oept., Services r _-.--- J --: WJ: & F, Supplies , dfecish, ' artd Mlllcf . ' El. '•:> ,-.-• -V.. -•""' ^ . ,i Pei'rce, Mayor Pro Tern, operted the meeting in ,tf.e_ absence ol Mayor Fmn. Minutes of last meeting were approv, Authorized the City., Cfcfk to at«na Finance Officers .meStirw-ot D«» Moines, were approved. Algono UH . J, Bradley Eouip., Repafrs ' ---K & W Service, Diesel Oil ---- ; la. April 21 and 22, Authorized the City • Cl«k •• tojwk. fcf bids on a 2 ton truck foC the Street Was ,fead :was>;''re- Cefter from Algoha Theatre,..« concerning city, license., Jhis^ ferred to the Mayor to contact Mr. ^Letter "concerning Group Insurance for city employees was: read but no action No action was taken this time. .• Letter was read., from the : Northwest Iowa Mayors Association telling of the agenda for the , coming meeting to be held' at Storm Lake, a. Discussion was held on the Pfospect of taking an official census of the city. City Clerk. Adv. Cash N. Central, 6aS '. Utt Elec., *--•'-- Service . SIWtR RfNTAL 3.00 10.85 33.08 6.55 87.55 66.36 79.63 6.60 23.75 10.90 1.25 17.93 , 2.75 &&?"&& .::::::::::::! i||t ^•M^To^;:::::::- 818 • Bk., ._. _.... To*, Ricklefs,, Insurance Arnold Mi City Clerk, -~ Hach Chemical, Supples ' K & W Service, Supplies . RECREATION 5.38 14.12 otoTi; SOpplles —..; l.oi , Adv. Cash- . 2.55 2.50 112.76 No action was otken this time. Authorized Richard Grocn; to attend o meter school at, Council Bluffs, la. Discussion was held on the . purchasing of the Masonic Temple lot at the corner of State and Marlon street for a parking lot. No action was taken at this time. Discussion was held on the feasabihty of cable or spat TV system for the city.; No action token. Council adjourned to an executive ses- Councll reconvened and being no other business before th-i council the coun- 48.02 70.18 4.40 1.00 cil adjourned. D.-A. Smith,-.CIW Clerk, APPROPRIATING RISOLUTldN KO. 1147 ®* * ' A • *»»• «^\ Finn, Salary - * 135.00 Smith, Salary — 223.31 Sands. Salary !22,i I.P.E.K.S., IPERS Tax . 189.18 Soc. J2C., S.S. Tax 227.01 -- - DL uyhnMiM/i ' 61.40 6.61 14.12 31.70 ?95-3749 VIKING OIL CO Roy StofteJ, Mgr. JUST NORTH QF MILWAUKIi STATION IN ALGONA Mrs. Dole. Mrs. Cooper come to this area to visit Tax SocT'iec', S.S. Tax la. State Bk., Wholding la. State Tax/ Wholding PARKING MITER Groen, Salary - .------ 282.02 Nouholz, Salary - — ----- ..—. 37.50 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS Tax - 32.04 Soc. ; Sec., S.S. Tax -- —- 179.55 la. State Bk., Wholding 47.00 la. 1 State Tax, Wholding 7.18 Trust & Agency, Pension 3.62 Ricklefs, Insurance ,''H 2 3 M Company, Signs ___.- '91-40 Rockwell Mfg., Meter Mech. — 2,088.00 B. Egli Ml M.I (Tlfl WI Klbbl Ii TRUST ft AGENCY Pension , rvioiwir „....»__ — — .. — •. — •. /D t UU Published In the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Aprll21, 1966. . ••• . •--,- ±1 la. State Bk., Whol_..,_ la. State .Tax, Wholding Ricklefs, Insurance ---. ^dvancc, Publishing di-iU /vrwell, Rat Control 23.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 1.40 W. Finn, Court Costs — 154.00 Koch Bros., Supplies Pole type 2.54 Upper D.M.i Publishing '-...... 49.80 Burris, Salary :„ — -—— — 204.75 Burtis, Sa'ory :„ ----- 181.90 Frambach, Salary 181.60 Helmers, Salary 168.88 Lashbrook, Salary 47.89 Pergande, Salary 252.31 Wibben. Salary -- 156.57 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS Tax — 511.92 Soc. Sec., S.S. Tax 648.24 la. State Bk., Wholding 124.90 la. State Tax, Wholding '" " Ricklefs, Insurance ___-. Algona Tree Ser., Labor City Clerk, Adv. Cash 19.52 25.68 150.00 6.60 15.05 3.00 10.00 4.48 .. _ 30.59 N. Central, Gas — —- 107.27 Zep Mtg., Supplies •_• 42.96 ROAD USE TAX Alg. Flour 8, Feed, Repairs 23.33 Alg. Machine Shop,, Repairs 5.74 Arnold Motors, Repairs 55.32 Barclay Co., Welder Tip 16.70 Cook's Welders, Supplies Cowan's, Cement George's Body Shop, Towing -Ind. Towel, Service S K & W Service, Kerosene'? _ J.- Brown.Co., Parts 171.41 Greenberg's, Repairs -•-Hilton's, Repairs Kossuth Motors, Repairs >arents, the Lawrence Menkes, Bancroft:' 'The 'MenTces ' ; tdok""her jack to Lincoln Saturday. Mrs. 'ooper will join her^ husband who is with Pan American Airlines, in San Francisco in June. Mrs. Harold Sabin and Peggy attended the wedding of Gary Nelson and Regina Furgerson at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft last week Monday. Gary is a cousin of Mrs. Sabin. The Harold Colwells and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, Algona, and Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, went to Clarion, Saturday for the funeral of Mrs. Taylor Hin- tbn. Mrs. Hinton was a 6th 7.45 10.50 G. McVay, Hauling' 522]25 °ercival Motors, Repairs j. 22.88 Reding Gravel, Labor : . 29.50 Sankev Sand & Gravel, Asphalt 171.90 3ieg Co., Part -.. ... 6.03 Sunray DX.-OII, Supplies 282.43 Taylor Motors, .Repairs 3.38 T ruoke Elec., Repairs __' 7.52 Welp & McCarten, 'Rock Chips "913.94 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary ._ 337.71 Bulten, Salary 239.48 Gerdes, Salary 212.23 Hutchison, Salary 183.36 Jorgenson, Salary 261.23 BUILDINGS Deep Manure Trench Automatic Waterers Automatic Feeders No bedding Concrete Floors Efficient'to operate Economical to build 40 x 64 will accommodate 220 head See us for details and prices Elmore Cash & Carry Lumber Elmore, Minn. Above all, your wedding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery for your wedding needs, ~.et our services guide you. Advance Publishing Co, PAST Of New Home For Sale Located on a corner lot in Bell's addition to Algona, Three bedrooms with hardwood floors plus an extra bedroom in the basement. Birch doors and cupboards, built- in electric oven and cook top.' ' ;'• : Living room furnished with wall to wall carpeting in decorator color. Forced air gas furnace, full basement. Ready for immediate occupancy. Built by the Tieti Construction Co. , . SEE OR CALL R. N. TIETZ - Phont 9244627 - BURT -',. •'.: ' .-:: '^''•'.••:••••'•:,•'. • •^'.-^"x 31*' We are your new Peterson Distributor Algona Flour & Feed South Phillip* §tre«» BILL MILES COMPLETE-CLOSING OUT FARM AUCTION will sell at public auction the following described items on the 'arm located one mile east, Vz mile north, and VA miles east of iVallingford; or 2 miles east, 5 miles south and l'/i miles east of Estherville, on MONDAY FORENOON - APRIL 25 SALE STARTS AT 9:00 D. S. T. HEAD OF CATTLE — 4 Hereford Heifers, with calves at side; Hereford Heifers, to calf soon; 8 Angus Heifers, to calf soon; Angus Heifer, with calf at side; Black White Face Yearling Heifer. 4 Hemp Gilts To Farrow in May — Bred to Duroc Boar, vacc. & Bang's tested. One Hamp Feeder, TRACTORS — McC. Model 300, with new rear end, 3-way Hyd., new T. A.. Live power. Tractor A-l; McC. Model M, new rear end, 194,8 model; 1950 McC. Model H, Swartz wide front to fit 300, 350 or H. Me. Power Machinery — McC. 4-row Planter, with disc openers, large plastic fert. boxes, rubber press wheels; Me Model 37 13-ft 6" Wheel Tandem Disc; Me Model 2MF 2-Row Corn Picker, with new snapping rolls, blower; Me Model 438 4-row Cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; Me 8-ft, Windrower, Other Power Machinery — 196i Case Model 80 Spike Tooth Combine, pickup, straw spreader, wagonhitch, new canvasses, PTO 'Irive; Paulson Manure Loader, with snow bucket; David Bradley 3-14" Tractor Plow with new style bottoms, large rear wheel; Case 3-bottom Tractor Plow, with new style bottoms; J. D. 2-bottom Tractor Plow; J. D. 8% Field Cultivator; Case 7-ft. Tractor Mower; J. D. 4-bar Side Delivery Rake; M-Ward Hammermill with wide auger and PTO; Twin Draulic 7-row Weed Sprayer, trailer type; J. D. Model L Tractor Manure Spreader, 2-wheeled, rubber tired; Owatonna 42-ft. Grain Elevator, wide type, underslung derrick. Other Machinery — Mayrath 21-ft, 6" Grain Auger, portage with SVg horse gas motor; Electric Rubber Tired W?gon, with 15" rubber; Lundell Hoist and Large Flare Box; M-Ward Rubber Tired Wagon with Walsh hoist, wood flare box; Rubber Tired Wagon with 2" 16-ft. Bale Rack; 6-Section Flexible Harrow; Steel Wheel Wagon. Miccellaneout Items — Terfehr 3-bottom Stubble Turner; Olson Stubble Turner; 6 Me Wheel Weights; 2 Sets of 12x36 Tractor Chains; 8 x 18 Building; 10 x 16 Brooder HoUse; 8 x 10 Building- 80-bu. David Bradley Hog Feeder, like new; Steel Water Tank' 3 Heat Housers for above tractors, like new; Steel Road Grader- Electric Steel Posts; Snow Fence; Welded Wire; Speed Jack- Many Tools; Children's Wagon, Sleds, Trikes, etc. 1941 Chfy. J'T. Trmfc -— 4 speed trans.. 2 speed axle, 60 series with 283 V-8 motor. Good rubber. Lundell lOT. hoist. Saddle tanks 14-ft. Comb. Fiasco grain and stock rack. Truck in excellent cond- Rubber tired Portable Loading Chute; Extra 8:g5 x 20 Truck Tire. John Logan Will Sell The Following Item* Me 1942 H Tractor; J. D. 1943 B Tractor with cultivator; Farmall F-20 Tractor with road gear, Hyd. pump, Humboldt manure loader With snow bucket; B»mbol<Jt Manure Loader; 6-section Harrow 8 Angus Heifers, tp c$lf soon; J Angus Heifer, with calf at side! Above cattle are bre<J to Angus Bull. Usual Auction Ttrm* — Not responsible for accidents. No property to be removed until fettled for. BUL HUES, WNEI )ow§ Trust § Savings lanlf, pf Esrtverville, Clf rfc

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