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4-Algeno Qo.) Upper Dei Melnw Thursday, Jon. 3, 1957 Faces Charge In Humboldt Cty. Wayne Barr, 32, of RingsU-d was bound over at Humouuit :c the prand juiy in the Janufiiy UM m of the Humboldt county district c''>uit Dec. 14 wnen he ;ip- pcnrc-d before L. t. Cunningham, jusiic-t' ol the prav-p, there on a charge cf forgeiy. He was released on So.UtHi bond. Uarr was arreskd by Sheriff E. H. Bradley and Shentf Ralph Lirulh'irst of Kossuth county at his I arm home near Ft-ntun. lit admitted bidding in aititits a; larm snlo.s. using fk-utiuus names and ivmuving property vjiiiou; making payim nt toi same. Barr admitted operating on Several oev.'asions in HumbuKii. Krs-suth. Palo Alto and Pocahontas counties in the last four year?. He was charged in Justice'Cun- ningham'? court with forgery concerning a $390 check given in pay men! for two milk cows at the Kenneth Severson farm sale near Thor in February. BOARD PROCEEDINGS • Thirty-«i*th D&r • Regular September Semion 1958 I Mnlion hv John H. Koac and sM-onoed hy A. M. Kollasrh that refunds be : !p>-iK-n to the Si.itr Tax t nrnrnis?mn lor Military - Homestead eSemptions tho fi;itf cx.iminors. .ic'; wrre d!s;iilo\vfi1 by Snldit: s F'.xrmp. -- lit'fMRf AiKc. H'.iifalo T\vp Herman t. V.'oisc 1 . Alsona ...... I .a iir 3 V. Flyr.n. Spi rnfititkl Homestead txr-mp. - Kcnnrth Trtenfca Wesley » IJO Weslty WMley S6S W«sl*y fwp. 918 LuVerne Prairie ... 2.75 j) gg 959 _ 13 03 *6 67 ...... .! Mulligan. Bancroft .. A.MS nil Na\s: none. Mo,10:1 earned. Mo-ion by c. H Newel nnd frcondt-d by Jens M. Sorensen that the State ( t.mniission hr refunded si.a.i tor n Military decrease on Mrs Ollie Brims I'fity, i itonka. Iowa. A%es nil. Nays- none. Motion carried , .Motion by A. M. Kollawh and Seconded by C. H. Newel that taxeS In :Jl',c icnojnt of Slf>2.80 on jiroppjty belonging io Swea City School in Dourte's j Add .... Uo:s 1M2 Blk 1 & U-: 12 N' : .N E'., i<t-!>9-29 be abated. Aves: all Navs I none. Motion earned. Mot ,011 ny .un>. ,\i Sorenscn and seconded by A. M. Kollasch that Pauper's .Notice be served on Haiold Hovey and Family. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion Motion by Jens M. Sorensen and seconded by John H. Rode that refund lor Soidu i s Exemption in tin- amount of S2K.65 be allowed Lea Aulicn, AlRong Inc. A.'-es, all. r\a\s: none Motion earned. Motion hy A. M. Kollasch and seconded by Jens M. Sorensen that the Fenton P.O. To New Schedule Fenion — The Fenton past office will be closed Saturday afternoons after the first of the year, but the lobby will remain open e.nd mail will be dispatched as usual. A previous article gave some the idea that the postoffice would be closed every afternoon aftei January 1. This applies to Saturday afternoon only, Postmaster J. A. Schvrartz points out. NOTICE Of SCHOOL ELECTION PUDLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sentral Community School District, In tile Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, that a special school election has been called and ordered to be held In and for said School District on the 2nd "day of February, 1957. whereat there will be submitte'd to the voters of said Sentral Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, to-wit: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, issue bonds in an amount not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out a high school buildftig program consisting of erecting a new high school building, procuring as a site there- for approximately ten acres of land lying in the Northeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE \' t ) and in the Southeast Corner of the Northeast Quarter (NE VS) of Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-seven (07) North, Range Thirty (30). West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, and procuring and improving adjoining land as a site for an athletic field in and for said School District." The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. of said day and for said election the whole of said Community School District has been consolidated Into nnd will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place therefor will be at the school building in the Town of Lone Rock, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. This, notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2!)6, Code of Iowa, 1954, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 20th day of December, 1856. Dated at Seneca Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, this 20th day of December, A. D., 1950. /S/ Marjorie Countryman Secretary Board of Directors (Published Jan. 3, 10, 17 and 24, 1957, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines.) NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF / ARTICLES OF CORPORATION OF THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY • Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the stockholders of Thompson Distributing Company of Algona, Iowa, the Articles of Incorporation were amended to authorize capital stock in the amount of $250,000.00 to be fully paid when issued. Dated December 5, 1956. THOMPSON DISTRIBUTING COMPANY of Algona, Iowa By: A. F. Thompson, President (Published Dec. 11, 18 and 24. 1956, and January 3, 1957, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, Dec. 17. 1956 at 7:30 a'clock p.m. Present were: Allen Buchanan. M. J. Bradley, T. James Palmer, Supt. aivd Ira Kohl. Secretary. Absent was: C. R. McQuieton. The minutes of the meeting of Dec. 3, 1956 were read and approved. Motion toy Bradley, seconded by Buchanan, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Motion carried. All voting "Aye". Light Fund MerriU Feed .Supply Co., salt 338.40 W. W. Sullivan, C. M., postage 38.44 Pay Roll, pay roll 1,72370 Milton Bdyeu, pay roll 149.23 Edwin Welshaar. pay roll 142.13 Meryilj Bentges. pay roll 06.62 Iowa State B«nk, withholding tax —- ', 231.60 Soc, §ec. Fund. soc.. sec. tax ... 102.05 City ol Algona, transfer to St. fund —. -.-518,647.49 Wattr Fund Stomac Motor Exp.. freight — 8 54 Pay RoU. pay roll 32883 Frank QsUwn. pay roll 121.34 Walter Peterson, pay roll — 127.03 Helmers. pay roll 18.62 " ilraers, pay roll — 18.62 pay roll - . 16.30 Bank, withholding 2560 2S.04 «•(:. tax -, Ser. Co., .,-- 30.70 to St. 6 46637 . lor bonds ..31,60600 ' or .,„.„.„ 36.00 4 Fund purchase . 8,040.00 55.00 date was set ior Jan. oVlock p.m. UTILITIES 1956 CHICAGO MILWAUKEE, ST. PAUL ft PACIttC RAILWAY COMPANY Taxing Di*lrlcJ M» e§ \\tsky Iwp. ... ............... ....... ________ 2.7[) Wesley Jnd. Wesley ........ . ....... _____ .. 1.25 Wesley Inc. _______ ' __________ ...... .......... .75 Prairie Twp. ___________________ ..... . 1.21 AlRona Irvmgton ... ..... ...... ..."..."_" S.dS Algona C.'rcsco ____ ..... _______ . ___________ 409 Algona Whittemore ....... _ ........... _ . l 02 WhiUemoie Twp. .. ........ ........... ____ 3.17 Whittemore tnd. Whittemore ............. 1 28 Whittemore Inc. __________________ ...... .. .78 Algona Inc. _____ ................... ______ 2.06 TOTAL _____ .............. .""2T.35 CHICAGO «c N. W. HY. Fox Lake Branch Burt Burl -------------------- ....... . ..... 3.09 Srnlral Burt ________________ .. 242 Sentral Fenton ........ ___________________ 5.51 Burt Inc. . ........... _____ ........... _.. 04 Fenton Ine ..... ________ ........... _______ .51 Rate Per Mil* $13.736.81 CO TOTAL 11.54 Toledo ft N. W. Branch LuVerne LuVerne .07 LuVerne Sherman 5.94 Sherman Twp. ... .72 Algona Ind. Irvlngton 3.20 Algona Cresco 2.32 Algona Union .79 Algona Plum Creek 4.68 Algonn Inc. 1.73 Burt Ind. Burt 4.86 Burt Ind. Portland 44 Burt Ind. Plum Creek .97 Burt Inc. 80 Greenwood Twp. 3.03 Bancroft Grcciuvood ._ 2.03 Ledyard Harrison ." 1.31 Ledyard Ledyard 4.56 Ledyard Springfield 5.87 LuVerne Inc. ._ 1.30 Bancroft Ine 1 .99 Ledyard Inc. .96 $14,721.28 14,721.28 Valuations $38.326 17.171 10.303 16.622 81,734 5G.184 14.012 43.548 17.582 10,714 28,297 334,491 45,047 35,625 81,115 58fl 7,509 169,885 1,030 87.444 10.599 47,108 34,153 11,630 68,890 25,468 71,545 6.477 14.280 11.777 44.605 29.884 19,285 67,129 86,414 19,138 14,574 14,122 TOTAL 46.57 CHICAGO ROCK ISLAND ft PACIFIC RY. CO. C. R. I. ft P. N. W. Division Twin Rivers Garfield .63 12.170.74 West Bend Garfield 3.68 685.568 7,668 44,788 TOTAL — 4.31 (LAKOTA DIVISION) Swea City Harrison 3.98 Swea City Ine .1)7 Ledyard Harrison .99 Lakota Hebron . .44 Buffalo Center Hebron 1.07 Rake Hebron .92 Ledyard Ledyard 4.00 Lakota Ledyard 1.59 Lakota Inc. .. .53 Buffalo Center Lincoln 2.50 Lakota Lincoln 8.49 Armstrong Swea 1.97 Swea City Swea 3.99 12,170.74 TOTAL „ 31.44 (GARNER DIVISION Titonkn Buffalo 3.34 Titonka Inc. .43 TOTAL _____ ............. -- 3.82 MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RY. (South Division) Corwith LuVerne _______ ...... _________ 3.27 LuVerne LuVerne ------------- ............. 3.27 LuVerne Ine ...... _______________ :.. ...... 1.24 Algona Inc. Algona Ind. Algona Ind. TOTAL ____________________ 7.78 Railway Express Agency ._ ....... ____________________ 3.79 Cresco ____________________ 6.41 Irvington — ........ _.j -------- n.15 Algona Ind. Plum Creek ________________ 5.05 Algona Ind. Union ------ ..... ---- , ...... .79 Armstrong Ind. Swea — ....... ---------- 1.97 Bancroft Inc. ----------- ................ .99 Bancroft Ind. Greenwood - ..... -------- 2.03 Burt Ine .......... ________ ....... _________ 1.10 Burt Ind. Burt ............ _____________ 5.95 Burt Ind. Portland _ ........ ----- ..... ... .44 Buffalo Center Ind. Hebron ---------- ..... 4.20 Corwith Ind. LuVerne ....... --- ........ 2.27 Fenton Inc. _____________ ...... - ........ . 1.03 Greenwood Twp. _______________________ 3.03 Lakota Inc. ______ .......... _____ ....... . .53 Lakota Ind. Lincoln _____ '.. ............. 6.79 Lakota Ind. Ledyard ___________________ 1.59 Lakota Ind. Hebrofi _.. ............... ... 2.43 Ledyard Inc.— _____________ ............ 1.26 Ledyard Ind. Harrison -. ....... --------- 2.31 Ledyard Ind. Ledyard ________ ......... - 8.26 Ledyard Ind. Springfield ....... --------- 5.87 LuVerne Inc ..... ____ ........ ------------ 2.54 LuVerne Ind. LuVerne _______ . ----------- 4.34 LuVerne Ind. Sherman ______ ............ 6.00 Ottosen Ind. Garfield ____ ......... - ..... 1.25 Prairie Twp. ______________ ....... ------- 1.21 Sentral Ind. Burt ________________________ 4.13 Sentral Ind. Fenton ........ ---- ..... ---- 4.99 Sherman Twp. -------- , ..... ------- ..... - .66 Swea City Inc ............ ---- ....... — .97 Swea City Ind. Harrison _________ ....... 3.97 Swea City Ind. Swea ._ ....... ------ ..... 3.99 Titonka Inc. ----------- ....... ------------ -48 Titonka Ind. Buffalo ____ ..... - ........... - 3.34 Wesley Twp ...... ..... ___________________ 2.79 Wesley Ind. Wesley _____________________ 1.25 Wesley Inc. ______ .......... _______________ .75 West Bend Ind. Garfield ________ ...... -.- 3.06 Whittemore Inc. ........ ----------------- .78 Whittemore Twp. - ..... ..... -------------- 4.19 Whittemore Ind. Whittemore ...... . ..... 1.28 12.170.74 CO. 6,233.00 11.01 52,458 48.440 11,806 12,049 5,355 13.023 11,197 48,683 19.351 6,450 30,427 103,330 23,976 48,561 382,648 40,650 5,842 20,382 20.382 7,729 11.91 48^493 45 76 109 67 9 23 12 24 13 71 5 50 27 12 36 6 81 19 29 15 28 98 71 30 52 71 15 15 49 59 8 12 47 48 6 40 33 15 9 36 10 50 15 TOTAL - -..129.81 Corn Belt Power Co. Ledyard Ledyard — Electric Utilities LuVerne Sherman — Electric Utilities Ringsted Seneca — Electric Utilities Titonka Wesley — Electric Utilities TOTAL Interstate Power Company Lakota Inc. — Electric Utilities _.. -.Ledyard Inc. — Electric Utilities - Swea City Inc. — Electric Utilities Titonka Inc. — Electric Utilities - 1,546 .. 17,837 -232,688 .. 19,158 .. 16,923 ..286.606 20,496 14,526 33.447 US',396 TOTAL Buffalo Center Lincoln . 250 Grant Twp. - 2.00 Lakola Hebron 5.23 Lakota Ledyard . 300 Lakota Lincoln - 650 Lakota Ramsey 451 Ledyard Harrison 2.00 Ledyard Ledyard 476 Ledyard Springfield 10-22 Rake Hebron 250 Swea City Harrison _.. 6.28 Swea City Swea 150 Titonka Buffalo ." 750 TJtonka German 639 Titonka Ramsey „.. 1.00 1.523.40 06,865 3,809 3.047 7,967 -"*570 !),902 6,871 3.047 15,501) • 3.809 9,567 2,285 11,425 9.785 1,923 TOTAL ------- .............. 6586 IOWA ELECTRIC LIGHT ft Burt Inc — Electric Utilities ..... ___________ Fcntort Inc. — Electric L'tilitu.-a - ....... Lone Hock Inc. — Electric t'tUitu-i , ..... Sentral Seneca — Electrical Utilities . ..... . WeaJey Inc. — Electrical Utilities .. ........ . TOTAL Algoua Irvington .. ................... .......... ti Z't Algona Lotts Creek ______________ _____ _____ 550 Algona Plum Creek ... ............... ____ li.90 Algona Union ____ ........ .. ............... 1285 Burt Burt ................ ____ ....... ....... 23.05 Hurt Plum Creek ....... ..... ......... 10 Burt Portland . .............. ... ......... 1225 Burt Union ..... .. .......... ' ....... 305 POWER CO. 1,100.00 7.23 210 19.40 1365 1,50 !» Corwith Prairie Greenwood Twp. Lpitfl Cwek Twp Prairie Twp ..... Hamsoy Twp Ringited Seneca Riverdale Twp! _ _ Sentral Burt » ------- ........... _ ... . Hi. 15 Sentral Fenton ..... ................. ._ ..... 31135 Sentral Greum'.ooci .. ..*.. a !/0 Senlral JLoHs Creek ...... 1C 55 Sentral Seneca .. ......... _____ . is iz SuiUol Union _____ ....... , ....... 3 a j 100,377 . 4.379 - W#»l . 6.854 397 . 21,839 . 45.606 6.820 6,050 14,135 25.355 no 13.475 3,399 74)78 2.810 21.340 15,015 4.950 990 18.260 18 4 09S 34,815 3,100 18,209 17.769 3.6B5 1420 2.915 10.CW 3.0S5 TOTAL --- LuVernc Inc. — Electrtc Uttlitfes T01AL LuVerne LuVerne . 11.40 Riverdalp Twp. . .30 Sherman T*p. . . .. lOJSO Twin River* Oarfteltf - 1.30 West Bend OsrfielB 3.10 10.016 inc. - O flS OAS UTILITY Algona Cresco _*» .1*1 Algona Irvinglon 6.606 Algona Prairie .. .242 Corwith Prairl* 3.570 LuVerne Prairie 2.191 Prairie Twp 583 S.OSO.ftt tl n ce. 4J9S.M 10,016 83.377 615 W.917 »,8S« 6.457 81,931 -tlt.796 Sentral fiurt Titonka Buffalo Titonka Wettey - l.W 8,957 88.594 1,064 l.llft TOtAL - 12,903 TOWW OP WCSt BtJ»t> West Bend Garfleld 8.85 Whittemore Twp. SO " . TOTAL B.75 W**i Iowa Telephon* Company (fr*Atm!ttton Llfttt) West Bend Garfield- „. 11.90 3W.05 COMMERCIAL TELEPHOHE AND TELEGRAPH CO. ARMSTRONG TELEPHONE EXCMAHOE Armstrong Eagle 3.28 434.00 Armstrong Swea . 6.75 " Sentral Seneca 1,78 " 63.046 3.044 165 3.22D 4.356 1,416 2.826 760 TOTAL 11.75 BURT TELEPHONE CO. Burt Inc. 3.05 Burt Burt 24.41 Burt Portland 27.05 Burt Plum Crock _ 750 Burt Union 6.00 Ramsey Twp. 1.10 174.00 M 174.00 5,098 531 4547 4,707 1.253 1.044 191 Corwtth LuVerne * *W Corwith Prairie 4.20 Grant Twp. 25.25 Ledyard Inc. 1.85 Ledyard Harrison ...» !io Ledyard Ledyard -•- 18.25 -edyard Springfield * ... 4.80 .uverne LtiVem* . * W.W Vern*Tr«lrt* . — l.w •airle Twp. * BJf •ntrtl Sene«* *..«.. 8.06 _ *ea Ctty Ine. _..,...-. 1.84 Swea City Swe* :— —..... J1.W Swea city Eagle „—^..—*....* »|6 Swea Ctty Harrison .^^-..* 84.78 i 448.937 Fenton tnc. >.~* J.g Letts Creek Twp. *...*•.** — IM Sentral Fehton .... ** »•»•..- BSJO Sentral Seneca .....***»*** lj-52 Sentral Letts Creek « k .».*.»- 3.W TOTAL 8.198 (Continued «n Next Page) Livermore There Was a surprise birthday party at the Elmer Gronbach home recently in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Robert Gronbach, Mrs Wayne Vaudt and Mrs Roy Brown. The evening was spen.t in playing cards. Each lady was presented with a gift in honor of their birthday. Mr and Mrs James Lempke and Mr and Mrs Roger Nessa attended a Christmas card party at the Gerald Shelton home in Vincent. Mrs Leonard Wilson openec her home to the Deal and Chat club members. Contract bridge toil tW ftfrtertainnwnt. High irMS WttiA to Mrs JfcmiM L*m*>ke, sectftd Mgh went to M» Keffih Logue and consolation prize to M» McDonnell. Th* Adult Fellowship of the Methodist Church Were entertained at the home of Mt and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh with Mf attfl Mrs Kenneth Howard co^hostest. There w« an exchange of Christmas gift*. Mrs 1. F. Hamm entertained the Centfact dab tt ft desnesrt iuftsheon at het heme Satuttiay aftetnwtt with Jt» Clifford Bakef in incited fuart. Contract bridge wtt the alternown divjrs» ton. ttigA prtee W*nt to Mrs Jessamine Miller, second high to Mfs Ted Wafhef, traftliflf prize to Mrs Aiviti Lenem and guest prize to Mrs Clifford Baker. There WM a fntewiianeous shower in the Lutheran church parlors in honor of Mrs Dwlght VOSB, who has been visiting her parents, Mr tnd Mr* Manseiman UiLuVetne. A quie program was given and a Question and answer contest was put on. The bride received many lovely gifts. Re* freshments were served by Mrs Ernest Haack, Mrs Wichre, Mrs Harry Ruts, Mrs Schultz, Mrs Sherman, Daryl Frederick, Mrs Dennis Shaw. 'JDM Clatftitiedi Par Dividend* LOCATION: Having decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property to the highest bidder at public auction on the farm located five miles south of Algona on Highway 169, then % mile east. • SALE STARTS AT 12 NOON SHARP • LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS • NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS THURS. JAN. 1 Oth :^^ 102 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 22 COWS 1 REGISTERED LARGE HEREFORD BULL White Faced cows that have been TB tested and Bangs vaccinated. Bred to purebred Hereford Bull, and due to start calving March 12th, 1957. 22 CALVES 22 White Faced Calves that have been vaccinated by veterinarian for Black Leg, . 4 SUFFOLK |WES Choice 2 Year OJds, To Lamb in May. 53 BRED SOWS 53 Minnesota No. 1 Yorkshire Cross-bred Sows, bred to Hampshire Male Hogs'. To farrow in March & April, 1957. Vaccinated by veterinarian. WILDINGS All in Exc611ent * Condition i 2,250-bu. Butler Metal Bin i 1,350-bu. Columbian Metal Bin i Brooder House, 12x18' i 2 Norton Walk-in Hog Feeders i 4 Hog Buildings, 12x20' > 3 New 14-ft. Feed Bunks / COMPLETE LINE OF MACHINERY MOST HAS BEEN SHEDDED 1956—13'/2-ft. R.W. John Deere Tandem Disk; 1955—18-ft. J. D. Single-action Disk; 1956 490 J. D. Planter with fert. attach., Rubber-press wheels and P.T. or clutch; 1954 New Hoiland Forage Harvester with all 3 heads; 50-T IHC Baler, always shedded since new; 1952 50-ft. J. D. Elevator, 151/2" With Truck Hopper} 1946—50-ft. Meyers Elevator, $• wheel, but good; Stand Hoist Hydraulic Wagon Hoist; 1953—ll«/ 2 -ft. J. D. Field Cultivator; 1953 No. 5 J. D. 7-ft. Mower for P.T.; 1953—9-ft. J. D. L.H. Windrower; H. John Deere Spreader; 12A J. D. Combine with motor, scour clean, straw spreader; 1953 No* 6A New Idea 2-row Corn Picker; 4 Wagons, each 4 wheels on rubber, 2 J. D., 1 New Idea, 1 Oliver; 2-wheel Trailer; 3 Wagon Boxes, 2 wood and 1 metal; 2 Flat Bed Racks; IHC 4-bar Side Rake; Western Land Roller; Case Model Q Stationery Forage Cutter; Walsh tractor • mounted weed sprayer; 1954—22-ft. Lindsey Lever Flexible Harrow; Case 3-14" Plow 01}, rubber, high speed mold boards; 14" and 10" J. D. Hammer Mills; 3-section Springtooth Harrow, old; John D^ere Seeder; 2 Heat-Hou^ers, l near new for J. D.; Elevator Speed Jack. 3 TRACTORS • 1956—70 John Deere, completely equipped, Including 4-row J. D. quik-tach Cultivator. • 1949 Joh'n Deere A with R.O.M. & P.T., with 2-row J, D. quik-tach Cultivator. • 1942 H. Farmall, with fluid in tires, wheel weights, 9 speeds. Miscellaneous Buzz saw io mount on J. P.; M»U chain saw, 24". uwd 3 or 4 times; Koyker auger, will attach to any elevator. Heavy duty loading chute on wheel*; 4 metal lanky; Tank heaters And waterers; 8 Hammer Mill Belts, l 7"; Some lumber and partitions; Bottle gas hookup lor hog waterer; Good Curtis Air Compressor; Slot Cribbing; 1BQ Amp, Welder & 220 Fuse Box; 500-gal- <3as Tank, hose & Nozzle; Several pails of grease and barrels; Vice, Grinders, lots of took; Baslotfs, scoops, forks, etc.;'18-ft. Extension Ladder; Cement and Clay Blocks; Girls' Bicycle. SEEDS FEED • 9 About 1,500 Dales of Hay, 250 suitable to grind. About 750 Bales of Straw. About 2,000-bu, '55 & '56 Cherokee Oats, suitable for Studebaker 1'/ 2 -Ton TRUCK 1949 model, with 10'ft, Grain Box, Block Back and Underbody Hois*. 12,500 actual miles. TERMS: CASH, or make arrangements with yoyr banker before sale datf, No property rtwov#d until settled for, •• V • W MII IP- !• mm W W V V' YUNGEBJSRG, FRASEft &'QVINN» Auctioneers JOWA STATE BANK, AMiQNA, Clerk

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