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8-Algena (la.) Upper Det MoltiM Tuesday, Jon. 9, 1968 Happy and tragic events write the history of Kossuth county each year. All such events are covered in stories in the UDM as they occur. Here is a summary of Kossuth county news for 1967. JANUARY HIGHLIGHTS Larry Carpenter, 13, Bancroft, succumbed after gun mishap while hunting with three other youths .... -13 temperature reading Jan. 8 Four Fenton firms looted by neat burglars .... GHS set record with 104-74 win at St. John's; AHS remained unbeaten in loop, 73-48, at Iowa Falls; Wrestlers won two more dual meets, record to 6-2 .... $694,057.29 damage suit filed by estate of Douglas Guerdet here thought largest in history .... Legion bought former post office building and Historical Society purchased Legion building for its headquarters .... Bronze Star given posthumously to parents of William Kern, who died in Vietnam .... Sentral girls leading State Line loop .... School students stranded here due to storm . . . .Joe Pomplun installed Kiwanis prexy .... Vic Youngwirth named new president of county NFO .... Bears downed E'Catholic, 71-70; Bulldogs dumped Eagle Grove, 73-54 . . . . C. R. LaBarre reelected president of Home Federal here .... AHS copped another pair, record to 12-1; GHS dumped St. Edmond, 77-73, for llth straight; Grapplers downed Clear Lake, 40-8. . . . School board here planned crackdown on liquor and smoking .... Area had thunder, hail, sleet and rain as weather very freakish .... Earl Lierley named new president of C. of C. ... Lakota girls and Ledyard boys won State Line Conference Tourney titles .... Barney Frankl, 54, well-known Algonan, succumbed to heart attack .... Metronics, Inc. got large milk packaging machine contract .... Jerry Leaneagh, Algona, landed plane at LBJ*s ranch in Texas when engine trouble developed .... GHS won CYO crown .... AHS basketballers upended Hampton, 66-64, and Estherville, 75-58 .... $1 1/2 million school bond issue passed here, 1837-1011, paving way for large new high school. Highlights Of 7967 fn Kossuth County Sharon Eden Of Titonka Is Engaged SHARON EDEN Mr. and Mrs. Allen Eden, Titonka, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon, to Kenneth Bierstedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. ffllbert Bierstedt, Whittemore. Miss Eden is a senior at Methodist-Kahler School of Nursing, Rochester, Minn. Her fiance is engaged in farming near Fenton. An August wedding is planned. Martin Wilberg Home Scene Of Xmas Reunion SENECA - Martin Wilberg of Fenton was host to his children and their families on Christmas Day and Tuesday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Helgen and family, White Bear Lake, Minn.; Lloyd of Minneapolis; Bob, rural Lone Rock; and the Jerry Wil- bergs. The Marvin Wilbergs of St. Paul joined them for Christmas dinner on Tuesday. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl visited Mrs. Esther Osborn at Mason City Saturday afternoon. That evening they attended a wedding reception for Mrs. Ofte- dah's niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips. The reception was held at the home of the groom's aunt, Mason City. The bride and groom are from Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen were hosts to their children and their families on Christmas Day. Their children are Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friesth of Badger, and Alyce, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever, Ringsted. Cecil Bailey is a patient at the Emmetsburg hospital, having been admitted early Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl were hosts to their daughters and their families on Sunday and Christmas Eve, and Monday, Christmas Day. Their daughters are Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken, Waltham, Minn., Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hill, Webster City, and Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jacobs, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Edna Mueller was a Christmas Day dinner guest at the home of Mrs. George,Jentz. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Jentz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jentz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Petersen attended the wedding and reception of the latter's cousin, Gary Dotson, Emmetsburg, and Connie Nichols of Estherville, Saturday evening, Dec. 23, at the Estherville Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Christena Vahldieck, a patient at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Monday evening. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wally Blinkman of Wallingford. Mrs. Edna Mueller was a New Year's Day dinner guest at the Lloyd Kern home, Fenton. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yager and family, Mrs. Amanda Kern and Mrs. Nettie Yager. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Friesth and family, Badger, spent the New Year's Eve weekend with the latter's parents, the Alfred Petersens. On Sunday afternoon both families visited the Jim Rasmussens, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and daughters spent the Christinas holidays with Mrs. Jensen's mother and husband, also her sisters and their families at Alliance, Ohio. Mrs. Edna Johannesen spent the Christina? holidays with her daughter and husband, the Joseph Kuginskis, Long Beach, Calif. While there she also visited two sisters and their families. FEBRUARY HIGHLIGHTS Fifteen applied for postmaster job here .... Freezing rain blanketed area .... Teachers here (and everywhere else) asking pay boost .... GHS gets 14th straight; 86-77 loss fails to get AHS out of loop's top spot .... 1,000 attended annual UDM cosponsored Corn-Soybean Clinic .... Bernard Tigges, Fenton, named president of Kossuth Mutual Ins. . . . Victories by nine men gave AHS Sectional wrestling title .... Estherville ended GHS winning streak, 73-69 .... Base pay of starting teachers here raised $550 .... Esther (Grace) Sigsbee, 49, well-known former Algonan and long-time columnist for the UDMj died in Florida, funeral held here .... Mrs. John Dutton, Algona, went to finals of National Bake-off; her second trip .... AHS easily won District mat title and sent five men to State Meet .... AHS sacked loop title with 88-64 win over Iowa Falls; finished two games ahead of Clear Lake .... Clint Young and Steve Claude won individual titles as wrestlers placed second in State Wrestling Tournament .... GHS, AHS both win District BB openers to set up big game .... Plans announced for new Sinclair plant at Burt. MARCH HIGHLIGHTS Bill Tokheim, Grant township, named president of Kossuth Farm Bureau .... GHS-AHS fray a thriller, with Bears taking 65-61 victory to get into Sub-State .... Estherville then dumped Bears, 67-64, ending locals' season .... $7,009 dog damage claims paid in county in 1966 .... Slate county-wide basement census for Civil Defense .... John Thuente, 65, well-known retired druggist, died here .... Craig Espe, Tom Claude of AHS named to All- Conference team .... Ground-breaking ceremonies held at site of new First Lutheran Church here .... NFO milk holding action peaceful in area .... Ralph Elbert, 68, popular Algona fire chief, succumbed to heart attack .... Les Foxhoven elected president of the Algona JayCeas .... Final plans made to begin Food Stamp Program in Kossuth .... Kink Willey named new fire chief .... Area basement survey for Civil Defense slated .... Area's second dust storm followed by showers .... North Central Pub. Serv. Co., Algona, announced plans to extend natural gas service to four more towns. APRIL HIGHLIGHTS Plans shaping up for improved TV reception, some stations talked about translators for Algona .... Jake Schwartz, Fenton, former newspaper publisher and postmaster there, died .... St. Cecelia's school closed its first grade for '67-'68 school year due to over-crowded conditions .... Possibility of junior high addition at Garrigan studied .... James P. Johnson, 30, rural Swea City, killed in two-car crash near Fairmont .... Two teenagers arrested and charged here after area thefts .... Sentral School District voters approved building expansion plan, 392-99 .... Algona Rotary Club announced plans for sponsorship of U. S. Navy Band appearance .... Theresa Sigsbee, a senior, was selected as Queen candidate of the school's band for the annual North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City .... Dick Midler and Bill Reding of Garrigan named to All-Diocesan football and basketball teams .... Talk of county ambulance service began .... Plans for county real estate re-appraisal announced; opposition expected .... Dick Muller and Dave Gerber, Algona, named to Air Force Academy .... Cyclone roared through the Sexton area Sunday, April 30, much damage. MAY HIGHLIGHTS Father Philip Dailey, pastor of St. Michael's parish at Whittemore for the past 10 years, resigned .... Roman Eisenbacher and children left homeless and practically without possessions when the farm home in which they lived was destroyed by fire .... Honor Society at AHS initiated 21 students .... 37 families used money to purchase food stamps as plan went into use here .... Garrigan golfer John Hamilton scored hole-in-one during district tournament atHumboldt Preparations for the sale of $1,500,000 in general obligation bonds, for construction of a new high school here, completed by the school board .... Baseball practice started by all schools in area; St. John's of Bancroft, playing spring baseball, won the Sectional Tournament, downingGoldfield, 3-0.. . . JayCees planned Miss Algona contest .... Frank Mescher, 92, Bancroft, became county's first auto victim of 1967 in two-car crash .... Barbara Knudsen and Craig Espe named Sports King and Queen at AHS .... Five persons reported seeing UFO's in this area .... Don Yager, Fenton, named editorial editor of the Daily lowan, University of Iowa publication .... Lightning rod and magazine salesmen bilking area folks .... AHS opened with 6-2 baseball win at LuVerne .... Bride and Groom section in UDM again popular; featured newlyweds-to-be, Linda Lockwood, Lone Rock, and Oscar Froehlich, Algona .... Formal dedication of Veteran's Memorial building held here .... Almost 300 little league baseball players began workouts here; girls' softball loops also readying. . . . Tax re-appraisal fight began here .... Wild pitch let AHS defeat LuVerne, 1-0; first stock car program huge success. JUNE HIGHLIGHTS Vicki Steil, Algona, National College Queen nominee . ... St. John's downed Garrigan, 3-0; Craig Espe's no-hitter allowed AHS to dump Humboldt; Bruce Olson, Algona, won the annual JayCee Junior Golf Tourney here .... Continued rainfall in midwest caused flooding in this area .... John Hamilton, Algona, won the Grand Award at annual Sidewalk Art Show here .... Area got 7.9 inches of rain in two weeks .... St. John's gains another win over GHS, 6-3; Espe hurled one-hitter as Algona dumped Clear Lake, 1-0. . . . Bill Clegg, Algona, seriously injured in plane crash while spraying southwest of Algona .... Espe's sixth no- hitter in two seasons sent AHS past Eagle Grove, 10-0; Espe hurled victory and hit grand slam home run as AHS won again; Joe Becker fired no-hitter as GHS dumped West Bend .... Kitty Hardgrove named Miss Algona . , . , Virg Smith, 68, well-known Algonan, died .... John Love installed as new president of Rotarians here .... Earl Berg, Swea City, new State V.F.W. Commander .... Becker hurled another win for GHS over West Bend and Algona and Iowa Falls tied, 1-1, in 10 innings. JULY HIGHLIGHTS Fourth of July weekend marred when William Jorgenson, 34, Swea City, died when his auto struck a bridge near his home Fenton okayed cable TV; Translator promised Algona area by KGLO-TV. . . . Class of '07, AHS, held reunion- 60th .... Lynne Durant, 18, Algona, became third fatality of year in crash north of Bancroft .... Charles Plathe, 74, chairman of county supervisors, died .... Nels Anderson new commander of Algona Legion Post AHS wrapped up loop baseball title with H-l-1 record; GHS won final two games for 8-6 record. . . . Rural group came out for translator TV here.... Go-kart races big at Burt Fatality number four in county was Ed Zins, 63, Nicollet, Minn., killed in 2-car tragedy south of Burt .... Heavy hail damage in county during Sunday storm. . . . Order of St. Benedict Sisters, Madison, Wise., assumed operation of St. Ann hospital Another Espe no-hitter as Algona edged Burt, 3-0 in Sectional. . . . Cable TV vote to be held here .... Roy McMahon honored for many years of service to the Iowa State Bank .... Ambulance service set here; combined city-county proposition .... St. Ann drive for funds slated, goal set at $150,000 .... Jim Andreasen named new president of Lions Club ..... Second straight Espe no-hitters as AHS downed Corwith-Wesley, 5-0. . . . Everyone frowned when they read the headline, "Taxpayers Face Big Hike in 1968" in UDM Three break-ins, gas theft and vandalism in area AHS and St. John's won way into District meet 2,500 at thrilling stock car program here . : . . School levy slated to increase eight mills .... Cable TV lost again, 878-591, fourth straight defeat .... Ridiculous Days again smash hit here .... St. John's downed AHS, 1-0; Espe string of 29 straight wins chopped; wound up with a 34-7 career record Gretchen DeBoer, 18, Ledyard, crowned Miss Kossuth-Winnebago .... St. John's dumped in Sub-State. AUGUST HIGHLIGHTS Entire area in need of rain .... Budget season here .... Espe signs letter of intent with University of Iowa .... AHS class of '57 held reunion. . . . 160 member sign-up for new golf club at Whittemore .... St. Cecelia's class of '52 got together here .... Dick Thoreson captured Algona Country Club championship .... Burt High School dropped football.... Christensen store here sold to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Andersen, Humboldt. . . . Municipal Utilities announced electric rate to drop .... Vandals were busy; wrecked tractor, tore up corn and knifed tires in area .... Perfect weather for Kossuth County Fair opening .... Break-in at tavern here netted thieves $300 and whiskey .... Two newcomers, Joe Lynch and Phil Diamond, filed for school board posts .... 18-year old charged in corn, bean theft .... Free barbecue at Fair drew 9,616; 54 competed in tractor contest; Donald Erpelding, Bode, showed grand champion baby beef .:. . . AHS class of '62 had reunion .... Tire, grain and stock thefts solved by Sheriff Lindhorst. .. .Garrigan Star page again a regular feature in UDM .... 19 arrested after altercation at Bancroft dance hall .... Butch Householder crowned stock car point champion here .... Elmer Maahs, Whittemore, became new owner of Algona Grain and Feed here .... Public school record enrollment here with 1,937 signed up .... Burt won softball title here .... Colorful gas company section in UDM. SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHTS Six break-ins at Whittemore, with $2,522 taken from bank .... Sensational freight train crash on Milwaukee Road near Country Club; 30 cars piled up, no one hurt.... Dealers set to show 1968 autos .... Legion honored three peace officers here .... New Historical Society quarters dedicated here .... 169 change through Algona talked .... Ronald Jorgenson, 21, Ledyard, became Kossuth's fifth auto fatality of year in one-car mishap north of Bancroft .... Algona High downed Emmetsburg, 39-7, and Garrigan lost to Estherville, 25-20, in season football openers; Sentral and Twin Rivers also won .... Dr. Kevin Nash named to city council .... Mrs. Mel Bay and Bob Black re-elected to school board and voters also decided to increase size of board to seven .... Marne Parrott crowned Queen of AHS Homecoming; Bulldogs bopped Clarion, 12-0; Golden Bears slammed Clay-Central, 44-7; Swea City and Sentral also victorious .... David Heneman, 7, Swea City, became sixth auto victim when he was struck by an auto near his home .... Series of break-ins at Titonka .... Started search for new county assessor .... First frost reported Sept. 28 AHS 40, Iowa Falls 7; O*Gorman 31, GHS 0; Sentral 31, Titonka 0; Swea City 39, GHS Junior Varsity 19. OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS Ed Farrell confirmed as permanent postmaster .... Dorothy Seebeck, Titonka, crowned Queen of Kossuth Band Festival, with 20 bands on hand .... Screal DeGeeter, 55, well-known Bancroft farmer, lost arm in corn picker mishap .... AHS takes fourth straight, 13-12, over Humboldt; GHS 9-7 winner over St. Edmond; and Sentral hammered Armstrong, 28-0. . . . Margie Froehlich was GHS Homecoming Queen Sale of Zander's Clothing Store by owner Gene Zender announced; George Keleher, Belmond, and' Don McAdams, Estherville, new owners; UDM alerts city to battle against rat population at city dump; council took immediate action .... Gas company announced refund to customers .... Michael P. Dahlhauser, 21, West Bend, county's seventh fatality in one-car mishap near Algona .... Swea City school and Algona Flour and Feed broken into , . , . Adrian Arbogast, 27, Fenton, and Steven 'Krumwiede, 19, Bancroft, killed in separate farm tragedies .... United Fund drive went well, surpassing $16,000 goal .... AHS string cut as Webster City conked Bulldogs, 27-6, with last-period flurry; GHS dumped E'Burg Catholic, 27-0; Sentral over Swea City, 20-7; and Twin Rivers, 52, Laurens 8 .... Bill Holldorf, Algona, announced retirement after 47 years with Northwestern RR .... Mrs, D. P. (Dot) Smith, 75, well-known Algonan, died.... Two West Bend men, Dr. James Johns, 45, and Byron Boos, 36, killed in crash near Spirit Lake .... AHS bopped Eagle Grove; GHS felled by Kuemper; Sentral won in area .... Algona Lions held big Halloween Party for children Oct. 31. . . . GHS 33-0 winner, AHS 13-7 winner; Swea City also won as Sentral ended season with only loss; Algona Junior Varsity wound up with 6-0-1 record and GHS freshmen and sophomores posted 4-3-1 record. NOVEMBER HIGHLIGHTS Ft. Dodge man stopped here after wild chase; got 56-day term .... AHS slammed Clear Lake, 63-14, for 7-1 season mark; GHS belted Mason City Newman, 41-20, for 5-3 record .... Very light vote as only 167 went to polls here; better results in some area towns . . . . Jill Blanchard and Bob Krause named King and Queen of Sentral's Homecoming . . . . 11 lettermen reported to Coach Champ Martin, AHS wrestling mentor, two reported to basketball Coach Howie Stephenson at the same school and one reported to Coach Steve McCall for the basketball squad at Garrigan .... Jacqueline Roethler, 14, rural Algona, severely hurt in farm mishap .... Jess Martin, 54, Livermore fireman, became county's eighth fatality in fire engine-car crash near St. Joe .... Six Algona firms united for full page tribute to both local high school football squads .... Randy Riedinger and Phil Bode, AHS, named to All-North Central Conference first team in football; 16 from Kossuth on State Line all-loop teams. . . . Peggy Ann Metzger, 21, young Whittemore area mother, ninth fatality in 2-car crash near there .... Mary Hjelmeland crowned 1967 Homecoming Queen at LuVerne .... Louis Mueller, 82, Whittemore, victim of fire in yard near his home .... New hours for dump announced as battle against rats continued .... Santa Glaus attracted hundreds of children here the day after Thanksgiving in first visit of winter .... Universal Mfg. Co., Algona, honored as Iowa's Industry of the Week .... Work on translator tower here started .... Edward Berte, 46, Pomeroy, formerly of St. Joe, killed in car-train crash at Ottosen .... AHS grapple rs opened with two easy wins .... Vandalism and thefts plagued county .... Power failure in portion of Algona for three hours sent some workers home .... AHS opened with a pair of basketball wins, downing Emmetsburg and Swea City. DECEMBER HIGHLIGHTS George Gade, Algona bridge construction foreman, electrocuted in mishap near Corwith .... Dick Cook named head of Algona Industrial Development Corp. . . . Armor Lemkee, 83, well-known Algonan, died .... Wrestlers second at Eagle Grove Invitational; Bode and Farnham win titles; GHS copped opener from St. John's, 1 COMPLETE CLOSING"OUT AUCTIO 3 Miles east of the REC building in South Emmetsburg, or ¥2 mile north and 3 west of Cylinder FRIDAY, JANUARY 12 SALE STARTS 1:00 P.M. SHARP MACHINERY 1950 IHC H Tractor; Paulson Loader with Snow Bucket A-l, fit H or M; 1950 Farmall M Tractor, power steering; 1963 John Deere 494A Planter, dry fertilizer, herbicide, and disc openers; 1963 3-14 John Deere F 620 Plow; 1954 International 64 Combine; 1950 2 M, IHC Picker; 1950 448 IHC Cultivator; 1965 Six Section Lindsey Harrow with folding cart; International No. 25 Mower; International Swather; International 2 Bottom Plow; Lawn Mower Type Stalk Cutter; 50 ft. 2 Wheel, Wide Type Elevator, Ottawa; New Idea Side Rake,- IHC 200 Tractor Spreader; Trailer Sprayer; 3 IHC Wagons and Boxes; Horn Wagon Box; International Endgate Seeder; John Deere 21 ft. Disc; Wisconsin Air Cooler Motor on Trucks; 4 Section Harrow. 250 CHICKENS 200 Pullets and 50 Old Hens HOGS 7 — 2nd Litter Sows to Farrow last of February 50 Pigs, weighting 75 Ibs. long time CATTLE 17 Black and Roan White Face Stock Cows 15 Mixed Calves HAY & STRAW 1000 - 1500 Bales of Hay 300 - 400 Bales of Straw FEEDER & WATERER Jamesway 45 Bushel Hog Feeder; Hieder 100 Bushel Hog Feeder; Pride Farm 85 Bushel Hog Feeder; Pride 80 Gallon Waterer; Sears Hog Waterer. Not Responsible In Case Of Accidents TERMS: Cash, nothing removed until settled for. ED DONOVAN AUCTIONEERS: Lloyd Berkland and Tommy Mehan Clerk: Cylinder State Bank Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1968 Algena, (la.) Upper De* Moinw-9 76-54; AHS won bruiser from Eagle Grove, 71-62; LaVerne won pair as boys and girls get off to best start in years; Sentral boys rolled along with high-scoring wins; and Swea City had trouble getting started .... Adopt A Family plan of UDM and Marvel Immerfall, county relief officer, again successful as many families guaranteed a happier holiday season through kindness of others .... Fenton bank robbed of $1,300-$1,400. . . . AHS dumped Webster City; Bears blasted Gehlen; LuVerne took another pair; Sentral did same; and wrestlers got third straight dual win, 25-16, over Clarion .... Runaway youth caught in southern Minnesota after fast chase through this area .... Larry Hudson, 28, Algona, named successor to Leo Immerfall as county assessor. . . . Christmas light bulb snatchers at it again here .... Slim Smith, county engineer for 44 years, died suddenly at Des Moines .... Jay- Cees held Christmas party for underprivileged children . . . House burning here declared illegal.... Sentral center Ken Marlow set school scoring record with 51 points in victory; GHS dumped Pocahontas Catholic; AHS hammered Hampton; wrestlers second in local invitational meet as Rob Claude, Steve Claude and Don Camp won titles . . .New 169 route through Algona slated for 1971 .... Balmy winter weather broken up by frigid blast Dec. 21 .... GHS bombed Emmetsburg Catholic .... Dutch Lorenz, 70, well-known former Algonan, died in Florida GHS posted fourth straight win, 77-69 .... AHS downed Spencer, 59-40, and GHS dumped Forest City, 64-60, in the Coaching Clinic games here. LARGE MACHINERY & FEEDER EQUIPMENT AUCTION! As we are discontinuing our farming and feeding operations and have rented the farm out. we will sell all the following at the farm located 1V4 miles west of Sherburn, Minn, on Highway 16: or 15 miles west of Fairmont, Minn, on Highway 16: or 12 miles east of Jackson. Minn. — ON — .,JAN. 10-11 A.I Mr. Dee's Lunch Wagon will bo serving lunch and dinner all day. TRUCKS Two 1965 Chevrolet Series 60 Trucks, 2-speed axles. V8 engines, Fiasco HD box and hoist, like new, with very low mileage. 1966 Dodge600 Truck, V8 engine, HD throughout Balx.er spreader box. 1966 Chevrolet 2-ton Truck, V8, with less than 5,000 miles, Bal/.er unloading box with bunk extension, independent hydraulic drive on box. 1958 Internationale 160Truck, Bal/.er unloading box with bunk extension. 1963 CMC 4-wheel drive 3/4 ton pickup 1962 Dodge 1942 Chevrolet tank gas truck 1959 Dodge truck,300 Series, dump box and hoist FEEDING EQUIPMENT. AUGERS. ELEVATORS 1966 Gehl mixer grinder Three Baizer self-loading wagons, all have heavy duty trailers and bunk feeding attachments, new In'63, '65 and '66; No. 20 Graln-o-vator auger wagon; GTauger and motor; Little Giant incline boooer elev.; Three misc. length elelvalors. 1966 M?C*wmTc9 l D!ering 1206 tractor, diesel, 3-pt. hitch, wide front, factory cab, only 1,400 hours. 1966 John Deere 4020 tractor, diesel, 3-pt. hitch, wide front, only 2,000 hours, 18-4 tires John Deere 4010 diesel tractor wide front, 3-pt., completely overhauled 1965 John Deere 3020 gas tractor, wide front. Ford tractor and mower OTHER MACHINERY Two 1965 John Deere model RG83-30" 8-row rear mount cultivators, 3-pt. 1963 John Deere 18-ft. wheel tandem disc 1965 McCormick Deering 24- ft. vibracoil field cultivator with hydraulic wings 1966 Verneer hydraulic drag cart and 6-sec. lever flexible drag. 1966 Gehl 4-row stalk cutter 1965 John Decree-section rotary hoe 1965 McCormick No. 560 616" semi-rnntd. plow trip bottom, on land hitch 1965 John Deere loader for wide front 1965 McCormick Deering 21- ft. No. 48 wheel tandem disc 1965 John Deere 94 A series 8- row 30" planter, dry fert., herb., and insect attach. 1966 Gehl swather and condi- oner, has never been used. MW wide tread trailer, hoist &. box 1962 New Idea PTO manure spreader 1962 New Idea 7-ft. hay mower PAYLOADER Hough H-60 payloader with gas engine, cab and 4-wheel drive COMBINE 1966 McCormick Deering 503 diesel combine complete with cab, 13-foot grain header robot header control, hydraulic reel, Hume reel, bin extension, rear end weights. This machine has done very littel work CORN HEAD McCormick 4<-row 30" corn head. This head for above machine and used only one year. FIELD CHOPPERS AND BLOWERS 1966 Gehl Chop King field chopper with new 3-row 30 inch corn head. This unit like new 1965 Gehl Chop King field chopper with 2-row 30 inch head. Gehl windrow pickup attachment for above machines will be sold separately. 1966 Gehl hopper type silage blower Gehl recutter to fit above blower FEED BUNKS AD FEEDERS 200 wide type feed bunks, most of these just like new jFive cattle walk-in self feeders Eight wooden walk-in hog feeders Fifteen round type steel hog feeders MISCELLANEOUS TERMS — Cash or any arrangements made with clerk prior to bidding. No property removed until settled for and all items must be settled for day of sale. HENRY WERTHEIMER, JR., Owner Not Responsible For Accidents Herman Wedel. Fairmont - Phont 238-2606 Allen Kahler, Sherburn - Phone 764-6393 Auctioneers Farmers State Bank of Sherburn. Clerk Sherburn. Minnesota 56171

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