The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 15
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CLOSING OUT FARM AUCTION 4-Algona, (la.) Upper Dss Molnes Thursday, Sepf. 7, 1967 Susan Hantelman Weds Englishman In Nigeria Vaudt and family have returned from a camping trip to Washington, D.C., Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and Niagara Falls. Genevieve Newel has returned to her home in Chicago after Jean and KathyConway. ters of the Leo Tuesday, Sept. 12 I p.m. sharp Sale start* promptly at 1 o'clock, be there on time. i p . m . sharp ——————————______ 4 Tractors 1952 MASSEY HARRIS 44 This tractor is in A-l condition. 1953 ALLIS CHALMERS WD Overhauled last spring and in A-l shape. FARM MACHINERY Mimu-Moline 2 row corn picker with rear elevator, rubber rolls—extra good Affis Chalmers combine with straw spreader etc. John Deere 9 ft. power windrower John Deere 40 ft galvanized elevator with speed jack 2 trailers with flare boxes—15" tires Affis Chalmers 2-14" mounted plow Massey Harris 3-14" plow Stan-Hoist manure loader with blade Case tractor manure spreader John Deere 15 ft disc, rteel bearings John Deere 4 row corn planter 9 ft Kovar spring tooth—ratd. or pall Lindsay 4 section harrow 2 section rotary hoe Century 6 row mtd. sprayer 16 ft. flatrack on steel running gear 14 ft flatrack Victor endgate seeder 1951 ALLIS CHALMERS CA with cultivator—very clean. 1949 FORD TRACTOR & LOADER This tractor has good tires. A-l condition. 1953 DODGE 172 T. PICKUP 4 speed trans. Low miles. Good rubber. MISCELLANEOUS " John Deere portable corn shelter Portable cement mixer 12 ft. grain auger with 3/4 h.p. motor 25 ft. endless rubber drive belt 8 cow stanchions Several steel stock tanks 4 wood gates, 16 ft. Weed chopper electric fencer, forks, shovels, and other miscellaneous item*. spending the past three weeks with her sister, Mrs.E.J. Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ruske and Emmetsburg, spe^'a ccZK famUy Madison, Wise., recently days last week at the XL 2 SeLe! eekend at *• E - w - ?i rh r ie «* •^«»s« DONALD E. FISHER'S HOI D A A nm!!t VE RENTED "" KARM AN " WIU< " E KMPLOYEU ™, ™ ^ ** """ L ° CATED ' MIU3S EAST AND AT KERBER MILLING COMPANY OF WILL T 8 rs n 20 Mixed Feeder Pigs wtlghlnjt about 185 IK HEAD OF HOGS 65 Mixed Feeder Pigs wel*hln» 50-80 Ite. 12 Mixed Smaller Pigg INTERNATIONAL MACHINERY 1961IH2MH Corn Picker BUILDINGS 8 ft x 10 ft. walk-in hog feeder Feed shed 10'xl4' brooder house V*w ehickm feeder STRAW 100 bales of straw in barn 1954IH Super MTA Tractor 1951 IH M Tractor 1940 IH H Tractor IHC 448 4-ROW CULTIVATOR IHC 13' WHEEL-TANDEM DISC IHC 440 CORN PLANTER with fertlllzw atUthmenls and disc openers Other Machinery HOIST LOADER with Snow OT.V.U™,™ „.„ _ . home last TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with clerk before sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents, should any occur AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; This equipment has been well kept up and is in good repair. again returnimr Wi SENECA Mr. and Mrs. Burdell Wessels and Gail of Minneapolis visited recently with Mrs. Wessel's parents, the Robert Binzens. Joanlta Meyer of St. Paul visited last weekend with her parents, the Frank Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzen became grandparents of a baby daughter born recently to their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs.Robt. Binzen, Jr. of Minneapolis. The little girt weighed 6 IDS., 9 oz., and has been named Michelle Renae. Mrs. Robert Binzen, Sr. spent a few days at the home of her son and family. • Marie Mundform of Harmony, Minn., was a Sunday overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen. Miss Mundform, a Luth- eran missionary from Cameron, Africa, is now home on a missionary furlough and was enroute to ; 'Harmony following a speaking engagement at LeMars. She came to the Cleo Classon home at Ringsted Sunday evening where she was joined by the Gaylord Olsens and the Curtis Olsens. She accompanied the latter Olsens home for the night. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and" family recently returned from a trip to Expo '67'and Niagara Falls. They spent one day at St Croix state Park and visited at the Emil Sulek home at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver and Mrs. Brown were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Serena Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Theisen, Marcia and Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Uthof, Rodney and Cheryl •spent the weekend at Dolliver" State Park, Fort Dodge. w Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Douglas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Volgt and family visited Sunday evening at the Vern Switzer home, Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kassulke ———— COMPLETE CLOSING OUT PUBLIC AUCTION Sole to be held on the farm located 1% mi | es south and 1VS miles west of lone Rock, Iowa or 3 miles east, 1 mile south and % mile east of Fenton, Iowa on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. SHARP MACHINERY 1956 JOHN DEERE TRACTOR, No. 60 power steer- •ng, new rubber all oround; 1951 << H » INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR, new robber all around; 1950 FORD TRACTOR AND CULTIVATOR. J.D. 4 Row Quick Tach Cultivator; 490 J,D. Corn Planter, ferr. attach, rubber press wheels; John Deere Side Delivery Rake; John Deere Manure Spreader; 2-4 wheel Trailers, one with new rubber- Steel Flare Box; Wooden Flare Box; John Deere Hydraulic Ramp; 4 Section Drag; Air Compressor, like new, 1960 Minn. Moline 2-row Corn Picker (pull type(; All!. Chalmers Combine; 42' Meyers Elevator- Wide with PTO lift, hke new; MS-'Discs; IV Spring Tooth Harrow; Drive on Hydraulic Lift; Continental Stalk Cutter; 3 or 4 Bottom Trash Rake; 16' Feed Bunk, John Deere .3-14 Hydraulic Plow; Twindraulic heavy duty trailer with 6x10 barge box and bolster hoist, in good condition. Hudson bottle gas, brooder stove. HOUSEHOLD GOODS - Din in 9 room ttjb|e w|fh leaves; 6 chair, to match above table; Swivel Rocker. TERMS: Usupl auction term,, nothing to be removed fettled for. Not Responsible in case of Accident, MILFRED MITCHELL Uoyd BeHdond and lyl e Benson, Auctioneers lone Rock Bank, Clerk 80 ACRE FARM IN PALO ALTO COUNTY SELLS AT PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 1:30 P.M. ON THE FARM For the purpose of settling the Reachel Norland Estate the undersigned will offer for sale the following described real estate on the farm located 1 Ms miles north, K mile east, two miles north, one mile east and % mile north of Cylinder, Iowa. The legal description of this farm is the west one half (VYVi) of northwest one fourth (NW'/<) of section nine (9) Fairfield Township, Palo Alto County, Iowa. Township ninety six (96) Range Thirty-one (31) THE LAND - -. The Land lays level with mostly Webster Soil. This land is all tillable and well tiled. STATEMENT TO BUYERS This it a very high producing farm. One of the better 80 acre tracts in Palo Alto County. This would be a fine farm to farm or to have as an investment. We urge anyone interested to inspect this farm prior to the sale and attend the auction. For further information kindly contact Lloyd M. Berkland-Auctioneer & Real Estate Broker, Emmetsburg, Iowa. POSSESSION MARCH 1, 1968 TERMS: 20% down on date of sale, balance on March 1, 1968. Vendor to furnish abstract showing merchantable title and warranty deed. The seller agrees to pay all of the 1967 taxes due in 1968, The buyer will be required, following the sale, to enter into a customary contract. This farm will be sold on sale date subject to court approval. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS The Reachel Norland Estate Truman Thompson, Executor Phillip Norland, Attorney for Estate Lloyd Berklond, Auctioneer - Emmetsbvrg of St. James, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber attended the 4th annual U.S. Jaycee Junior Track and Field Championships at Drake University, Des Moines, Friday and Saturday. Forty-one states participated in the events. Their grandson, Mike Kassulke, qualified in the high jump. Friday evening, they attended the Iowa State Fair and the grandstand to see Tennessee Ernie Ford and the Young Americans. Mr. and Mrs. Don Shaw and John, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin 1966_ STAN-IIOIST LOADER with Snow bucket 1962 nr J ««I ! Deere 3 ' 14 1 JXJW 1961 WraUndorf.4-ROW ROTARY HOE NEW HOLLAND MANURE SPREADER ground-driven 90 bu. capacity JOHN DEERE 40- ELEVATOR with Truck Hopper 4 NEW NOBLE DRAG SECTIONS with fcvener STAN-HOIST RUNNING GEAR wllh 6'^x 12' Sled Box & Hol.t with 8 ply ™^ DR AU L 'C TRAILER.TYPE SPR AVER (Old) with new pump and.eontrol CASE A-8 COMBINE with PTO Drive CASE 4-BAR SIDE-DEUVERY RAKE NEW IDEA STALK CUTTER TITUS RUNNING GEAR with Flare Boj ana Hoist 2 14' HAY BUNKS 6 CATTLE PEED BUNKS PAMLNE CATTLE OILER No. 150 BEST CATTLE OILER 2 300 gal GAS BARRELS and STANDS JOH Uk°N.T TLE ° ASTA * K HEATER 2 70-GAL. HOG WATERER3 J'^'STEKL TANK with Ito 180 amp. FORNEY WELDER I 250 bu. HOG FEEDER 12' x 16' BROODER HOUSE • ... .,„. ..oaruixamm FOR ACCIDENTS. DONALD E. FISHER, Owner INSON, BORTVIT, DROWN, Auctioneers • CYLINDER STATE BANK, Clerk area by advertising your FARM AUCTION HERE * ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES AND + NORTH IOWA SHOPPER REACH 9,200 HOMES COVER KOSSUTH COUNTY AND FRINGE AREAS

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