Tuesdoy, Feb. 21, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-15 and Clark auctioneers; Palo Alto State Bank, Emtnetsburg, clerk. FEB. 21, TUESDAY - Doug Seibert farm sale, 4 miles west and 1 mile north of Fenton, or 2 north and 2 east of Depew. Sale includes much power machinery, other "equipment, household goods, and consigned articles. Lyle Bensen & Clair Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County Bank, Ringsted, clerk. Sale details in Feb. 16 issue of Upper Des Moines. FEB. 22,WEDNESDAY-Neary Implement Co. auction, starting 6:30 p.m. at Emmetsburg. Offered will be machinery, trucks, fixtures, shop tools, office qulp- ment, etc. Sale details in Feb. 16 issue of this newspaper. Clark FEB. 23, THURSDAY-Vaughn Hoover farm auction, 1/2 east of Burt, 1 north and 1 1/2 east ; or from Titonka, 6 1/2 west and 2 south. Machinery line, 33 stock cattle, misc. etc. Leek & Quinn, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details in Feb. 21 issue. FEB. 24, FRIDAY-Joseph E. Putzstuck Farm Sale, 12:15 p.m., at farm located 1-1/2 miles north and 1 mile west of LuVerne; or 10 miles south and 1 mile west of Sexton. Listing Includes power machinery, Holstein cattle, milking equipment and miscellaneous, as found in detail in UDM issue of Feb. 21. Auctioneers: Leek, Quinn & Hundertmark; Clerk, Security State Bank, LuVerne. FEB. 24, FRIDAY - Clarence Rezac, Jr. Sale of 226 head choice cattle, and good class of machinery, at farm 1 1/2 miles south of Dolliver, 1 mile west and 1/2 north. Sale details in this newspaper Feb. 21. Clark Bros., Auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings Bank, Estherville, Clerk. FEB. 25, SATURDAY-Merwyn Pergande closing out auction on farm two miles west of LuVerne on 408, 1/2 north on the west side of road, beginning at 1 p.m. Line of machinery, Ayrshire calves and miscellaneous items. Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, auctioneers and clerks. Is your office furnjture in sad shape? Look over the -new office desks, chairs, files and safes at the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DES MOINES. FARM M MI AUCfION on the form located Vi mile east of Burt, then 1 mile north and /a miles east or 6'/2 miles west of Titonka and 2 miles south, on- Thurs., Feb. 23 Lunch wagon on grounds. MACHINERY 3 TRACTORS 3 1954 IHC Farmall Super MTA, TA has been completely overhauled. 1950 John Deere A, 2 way Hyd., overhauled in 1965. J.D. Heat Houser. 1941 IHC Farmall M, 2 way Hyd., overhauled in 1964. IHC Heat Houser. BUILDINGS, ETC. 12x16 ft. brooder house. 10x12 ft. feed shed or broader house. 8x14 ft. tool shop, 2" floor. POWER MACHINERY 1958 IHC 2 MH com picker, latest style snapping rolls, grease banks. 1958 Massey Harris combine No. 60, 8 ft. header. 1961 4-14 John Deere plow No. 555, trip I960 IHC No. 37 wheel tandem disc, 12* 11". Meyer elevator, 50*. 11 ft. Back Saver grain auger. 1960 J.D. rotary hoe, 4 section, heavy duty. 1961 Stan-hoist manure loader, w/snpw . bucket. J.D. No. 400 cultivator, 4 row, rubber prats wheels. IHC 7 ft. tractor mower. No. 100, with belt drive, real good. 1956 IHC endgate seeder. IHC No. 200 manure spreader. Noble 6 section harrow, steel evener. Drive-on hydraulic wagon hoist, Char-Lynn pump. IHC running gear, 5 ton, 6 pry tires, 6x12 IHC steel barge box, 5 - 6 ton Midwest hoist. IHC running gear, 5 ton, 6 ply tires, steel flora box, wood floor. 8x14 flat rack. J.D. 17 ft. disc. IHC 4 bar side delivery hay rake. IHC No. 444 com plantar with fertilizer attachment, rubber tires. IHC 12 ft. spring tooth harrow. MISCELLANEOUS Johnson gas tank heater. %??', !? nk with "°9 fo «ntain, new. J/a *4 »«nk and fiog waterar. 'x21/2'x6' tank and hog waterer. Pax 100 bu. round hog feeder. Sioux 65 bu. hog feeder. Wood 35 bu. hog feeder. Tox-O-Wik hog oiler, mounted on 2 in. plot- form. 12x12,2 in. plank platform. 14 ft. cattle feed bunk. 16 ft. cattle feed bunk. Picnic table. Maple dining room table and 4 chairs. Old China closet. Tox-O-Wik cattle scratcher with face fly attachment. M-W 14 in. PTO hammer mill, on rubber. 3 - 2 way IHC hydraulic cylinders. Chicken Equipment - nests, waterers and feeders. Other Hems too numerous to mention. HAY 160 bales wild hay, 600 bales alfalfa and red clover hay. 1950 3 /i ton Chevrolet pickup, 4 speed transmission, clean and good tires. 33 STOCK CATTLE 33 6 cows with calves at side. 12 cows to calf in spring. 3 heifers to calf in spring. 1 Holstein cow coming with 3rd calf in April. 1 Holstein heifer fresh in December with 1st calf. 3 heifer carves, about 400 Ibs. These are black, black whireface and red whrteface cattle. Heifers CV, cows Bang* tested. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with cle rk before sale. No property to be removed un til settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur, VAUGHN HOOVER AUCTIONEERS: Leek & Quinn CLERK: Titonka Savings Bank Its Our 21st FEBRUARY 22 - 23 - 24 - 25 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday (closed all day Toes., Feb. 21) DIAMOND RINGS nner 15 reg. $225.00 SALE PRICE till flfl JIll.UU 8 DIAMOND DINNER RING reg. $375.00 SALE PRICE O?1 flfl jLL I .UU 23 DIAMOND DINNER RING reg. $395.00 SALE PRICE C7JO flfl Y^I/BUw 12 DIAMOND DINNER RING reg. $150.00 SALE PRICE (90 Cfl JU7.JU 13 DIAMOND DINNER RING reg. $175.00 SALE PRICE (9950 7 DIAMOND DINNER RING reg. $125.00 SALE PRICE t/jO Rings SEVERAL TO CHOOSE FROM reg. $59.50 SALE PRICE t)Q K <f Jim IJ 4 Diamond Yellow Gold Ring reg. $225.00 SALE PRICE C|?| flfl OUR ONLY SALE OF THE YEAR!
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