The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on October 19, 1964 · Page 7
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, October 19, 1964
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'-Monday) Oct*}9tf 964 THETIfTON DAIbY^TRIBUNE - PAGE 7 .« CLASSIFIED RATES 1 iwertion .— 4c per word 2 insertions — 7e per word 3 •fi&rtioits .9c per word 4 insurtfora lie per word 5 insertions — 13c por word 6 insertions .... 14c per word Minimum rat* — $1.00 , Charges are al a reduced c«sh rat* and apply if the ad is paid Within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. ' Advertisers should cheek their advertisements in the first issue they appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made lfter the first incorrect fn- tertion. •—'" BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. MEMORlAM — 10c' pw fine. CARD OF THANKS — fl J5 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A: M.-for insertion same day, itxcept Saturday—call before 0:00 A.M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL I0:CSA. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per cel..Inch 50c 1. inch per mo. daily — $18.00 Each additional inch _ $11.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS: LONG TERM No stock to purchase or deduct LEWIS HARPER Real Estate Phsne OS 5-4139 Repossessed Furniture Take over payments of $2.75 weekly on 4 complete rooms of furniture and appliance. Full balance only $246. No money down. Just make the November payment. Consisting of 2 piece living room suite, 3 matching tables and 2/decorator lamps, 4 piece modern bedroom including Mr. and Mrs. double dresser with tilting mirror, full shx bedstead, and master ' size chest on: chest, 5. piece dinette set including 4 heavy padded chairs. Refrigerator- Freezer .combination and range. Ask for group No. ID' 443. FURNITURE CITY U.S.A. 2165 N. Sherman Drive, Indianapolis, Indiana. LI 5-5281. Delivery anywhere in Indiana. Open daily 9 to 9. Sunday 12 to 6. IN STOCK, HOIAEY carburetor thermostat choke housing. All Ford and American Motors Numbers. This iBakelite and coil spring controls -choke butterfly. Elevator Auto Parts, 538 North Main Street. P-14 FOB. SALE—Apples and cider Lester IHges, OS 5-6795. P-15 NOW IN BULK—Royster fertilizer from our new overhead bins! No waiting in line!-4-ton spreaders'available. For plow- down ,or wheat fertilizer call Adler's Seeds, Inc. 963-5397. C-21 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE fOR SALE—Spinet organ, ex- eeOest condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf FUEL OIL WHITE GAS any amount at station WEBB OIL CO. 1 215 S. Main Tipton FOR, SALE A|uJes~Cider— Popcorn. Hairtteh" Orchard, 2 miles east' of Greentown, turn north and follow signs. C-42 FOR SALE—Apples and cider. Smith Orchard, 1 mile north, V* mile east of Sharpsville. C-tf FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. - Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. ' C-tf FOR. SALE—Apples — Grimes, Jonathan Turiey Delicious. On State Road 28. One mile east of Kempton road: Mitzenberg Orchard. "1 P-23 1964 NECCHI 141 .16 FULL PRICE Only six months old. original price $139.50. Assume'six payments of $6.86 monthly. Monograms, appliques, darns, mends, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag, and many other features on this fabulous Necchi. Guaranteed. Call OS 5-2135. C-tf •FOR SALE—Used T V's, 1 portable. Wiseman Sales and Ser• vice, 108 Dearborn Street. C-19 FOR SALE—One Morning incinerator. New. Special price. Wiseman Sales and Service. C-13 FOR SALE—New Siegler LP- gas heater. Floor - heating, home heater — unbelievable low price -T -Goldsmith -Hardware. C-14 FOR SALE—Used GE12 cubic \ foot refrigerator. Excellent condition. $75.00. Service Motor Co. Inc. OS 5-4549. tf FOR SALE-Septic Tank. Call King, Windfall LY 5-3385. P-29 FOR SALE—1 Fawn Candy ma>' chine, $250.00, 1 year old. Tri- at OS 5-4120. •'. C-14 FOR-SALE-^21 x-28 .good frame building. -Call OS 5-4717 or OS 5-4719. .A'.- C-14 FOR SALE—5V4 • H.P. Wheel Horse garden tractor. Extra good shape, electric starter, tools and many.dthef extras. OS 5-4650. C-15 FOR SALE—Auto' and truck parts. Will accept in trade, as < part paymfent, Tipton County' Farm Bureau Co-operative patronage stock. Elevator Auto Parts, 538 N. Main St. . _2 P-M mm- ussells JFOR.SALE-JWJUI^' and water softeners Tints Sales, R.,R..5, Tipton. •fSharpsrUIe pboie 96*2550.-»•«' '. • - C-tf FOR SALE—Poland China hoars 3'miles west of 28 and 31 intersection,, 3 miles south. Ph. Sheridan PL- 8-5720. Don ;E. Orr. . P-20 S.P.F. Hampshire Boars—9 mo. old gilts, toy head or by the pound. Bill'Findling, Windfall, Ph. LY 5-3273. C-tf USED CARS FOR SALE—1955 Ford 2 door. Running fine. Also 1948 Studebaker pick-up, good, $175. Mr. Alexander, Goldsmith, Phone 963-2319. . • P-15 HELP • WANTED—Immediately lady, to care'for 2 pre-school children and, iron. 6Vfe hours •a day in my home. Own trans- .portation. Write Box W, Tri- bans. ^C-13 MALE HELP WANTED The Lighter Side By DICK WEST United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI)—Every WANTED WANTED—Live poultry. A. L. Show, Greentown, Indiana. Phone 628-3875. C-40 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Trailer with washer and dryer. OS 5-2063. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY for 1 man between ages, 39-59 in Tipton area for key now and then I participate in position as account executive'what is known .as a "blind in- for major concern. Must have .terview." sales background. Call Elwood A blind interview is different FE 2-9311 collect— Saturday from the standard, or orthodox," October 17, Monday October interview. In avblind interview 19 and Tuesday October 20, be- ; y°u ask questions about some- tweeri 1:00 and 3:00 p-ai. ior| thing that you know absolutely appointment. ' C-14 [nothing about. In the standard, or orthodox, interview, it is the person answering the questions who knows nothing about the subject. My most recent blind interview was with three beautiful young actresses. They came here from Hollywood to talk about a weekly television pro­ pyls Igrani called "Petticoat Junction," in which they all appear. Never Saw Program What a Mind interview was the. fact that I had never seen their program. However, I almost never pass up an opportunity to interview beautiful young actresses. I'm not that blind. When I am interviewing government, officials" or members, of Congress, ignorance usually is not a handicap. It may even be a help. But I found that in interviewing television actresses ignorance doesn't pay. • For instance the first' girl'-1 1 chatted with was Linda Kaye, a 20-year-old redhead. In an effort to appear knowledgeable, ij quoted an item I had seen that morning on the television page of a local paper. . .It said that a program called "Shindig" had knocked a program called'"The Beverly Hill- FOR RENT— 5 room semi-mod em. Call OS 5-4779 after 5. ' ' • P-18 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT—% double, 4 rooms and bath, gas heat, unfurnished. OS 5-4243. C-15 For Your Car Needs See W . THE EMBLEM OF QUALITY ™ .20 S. West SK Ph OS M»4x Tiptop FOR ; SALE—New 1965 'GMC pick-up, 5 tiies, 8 foot body wide side, 127 inch W/B, 6 cyl.„- oil filter, air cleaner, fuel filter, air flow heater and defroster. $1,795. Service Motor Company,' Inc., 123 S.. Independence, Tipton. C-tf FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. SERVICES SEPTIC - TANKS, toilet vaults vacuus cleaned. . Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf FOR SALE—Oxford rams, pure• ibred; Reasonable. Gerald Foster..' P-16 KING SEPTIC TANKS and Sewer Cleaning at a fair price. Licensed and Bonded toy Ind. Board of Health. Windfall, LY- 5-3385. P-29 FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing', EBERT Sinclair Serrlre. Phone OS.5- 7125. C4f WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Pickrell. OS 5-4358. C-tf FARM. DITCHING, bulldozing, back hoe work, - pan work. Black top dirt, 7 yds. $14;oo Phone J & W excavating. Tipton OS 5-6381, Alexandria 7242104. C-tf GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION ' mcmy, TO «O TON* SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. "NEVER used anything like it," . say users of Blue Lustre for cleaning carpet. Rent electric shampooer $1. Cam e.y,' s Drug Store. IC-1S FEMALE- m WANTFD HE^.W^tfr*D-SiBaby sitter' in my home. Must be willing to work I weekend night a week. OS 5-2604 After' - ' Prl5 TOWTSO SERVICE CALL: BARNEY GOODNIGHT DAY: OS 5-4549 NITE: OS 5-6\6iJ SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. LOST AND FOUND LOST—A tan billfold with ma- sonic emblem. Reward." OS 5-2559. - C-15 the interview. I couldn't think of any more intelligent questions about televison, so I asked the girls if they would like to billies" out of the list of the top T ,..„„, ... . 20 programs for the week ;.qtj& .steady to 75 lower although Oct: 5-l\, according to the N3- s tional Arbitron ratings. "Isn't that wonderful!" I exclaimed. Father is Producer "I don't think it's so wonderful," Miss Kaye said. "My father is the producer of 'The, Beverly Hillbillies.' " That was! the high point of LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO iiKiits. i.KOATJSEsigo sightseeing. • They agreed AN.. CUBIHTOIf*" • ! that thSis mign f be th / bestSway out of a bad situation. "What would you like to see?" I' asked. Jeannine Riley, a well ar- Xo. 2574 In Tipton Circuit Court September Term, 19f,4 Estate of Rose Hull, Deceased,. TCfitice is hereby given that iiar tha H. Conley and Lr^ttle Meyer a: eo-admini.stratriees of said estate ha\T7Vf(S'"VheiP^'ccounV"and"'vVu-:r;anged blonde said that she ehers in final settlement of said Uvnillfl likp to nn thp siunrpmp estate, and their petition l)rayincl w ° ul " 10 go me bupreme the Court to allow said account and .L-OUrt and see the loopholes, order distribution of said estate, and that the same will come up for hearing and action in said Court on the 30th day of October. H:0'> a.m., 11*64, in the courthouse in Tipton, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate are required to appear and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be allowed, and dis­ tribution'of the estate be made as prayed for in said petition ; and all the heirs,- devisees .and legatees of said deredent and said estate, and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. IJOSS ^r. HUFFORD Clerk Circuit Court, Tipton; Indiana • Hutto & Reenter, .Attorneys C-7-13 Quirks In The News By United Press International JUST MADE IT NEW YORK (UPI)—The Belgian village pavilion at the New York World's Fair, a $4.5 mil- This made rne feel better. If it was obvious that 'I didn't know much about television, it also was obvious that these girls didnt' know' much about the United States government. I had to explain that the best place to see loopholes is at- the' Internal Revenue Service. After that, we had a swell time. Tlie girls. had a swell time looking at the sights and I had a swell time looking at the girls. What is more, I' learned something: You, can have a lot more fun interviewing television actresses if you don't watch television. Woman's View By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) — Diet to lioTcompyx^orresSuVnts; ]? se »?? n *\ ^l^/' - n f % bars and atmosphere, was com-'"f?. shh the . bod y mto lU pleted Sunday—four hours' be-. , a .„: . , • - . .. fore the fair closed for the 1 , 'Mthmgh an early weight I loss is desirable as an incentive to.the dieter, the aim should be SURPRISED CHILDREN \ t( > Iose «^ M <«« or two pounds ERIE, Pa. (UPI) - Police 'fi™* w f k V says Dr Michael rushed to a downtown clothing «• £ *f?™. medical officer store Sunday and surrounded it . fo f' tte . u "?. l «? Nk *HT\ • ; when a burglar alarm went off. 1 Crash diets >. ^though some- 'Surprised officers found three t,m ? s encouraging because they children inside the building. enab ,lf a person .to lose weight The youngsters, two brothers ^My, often makes the person and a sister aged three to ff 1 ^f k „ a ° d are dama g ,n S »» seven years; were turned over, ...? 0 ry' " he says to juvenile authorities. If the person abandons his diet, gains'weight, and then re- BELL FIGHT END ' | tu F ns . to the diet, the resultant KESTEVEN: England <UPI) 'frequent /fluctuations of weight Competition has ended the 300- can be eyen more harmful than year old clang of fire bells in :remaimng overweight." this Lincolnshire community. ^; w 'desprer.d Problem Chief Fire Officer Jim Murdenl ™ e ..Physician made, known decided'to replace them with Ms views, and those of others two-tone horns to overcome inline: medical profession in a heavy .traffic noise, including new publication of the Public -the "jingle of ice-cream vans." .Affairs. Committee, a non-profit educational organization with BEATLES FANS DECLINE Iheaduarters .here Called HOLKHAM, England (UPI)— j Overweigfit' — A Problem for The RAF supplied the: casting MiUions", the author says to be director "Operation Crossbow"!specific: it's a problem for 25 with^120 men to play 'German million persons, soldiers and airmen because | "ConfervaUve esbmates mdi- dozens of young men declined cate about 20 million per- to cut their Beatle-style locks sons in toe United States are for the three pound ($8.40) per , 10 Per cent or more oyerweight day parts. and some five million are at least 20 per cent overweight. "In addition to being uncomfortable, overweight is a danger PRIVATE MATTER BRISTOL, England (UPI) Two professional bouncers re- to a person's health", says Ir- sponded to an advertisement win.. "Heart disease, high blood put in ithe Bristol University pressure, hardening of the ar- student" union by 20-year-old teries, diabetes, osteoarthritis CcIiayMo'ss. Miss Moss refused (the kind of arthritis occurring to elaborate on her request for!with older people) and many a fuUtime bodyguard, saying it other conditions all occur more was Va private matter/' 'often in the overweight per- FARM MARKET TRENDS Major livestock terminals re : ported .slaughter steers ' sold weak to 50 lower and heifers steady to 50 higher. Cows were uneven, generally 25-75 lower, except at St. Paul, Sioux City and Chicago, where prices were strong to 1.00 higher. Bulls were steady to 1.00 low: er and vealers steady to 2.00 higher and feeders steady to 50 lower. Wholesale beef prices were lower for thefifth consecutive week under pressure of near record beef production. Cattle slaughter under federal inspection last week set-an all time record at 530,000 head and early indications pointed to equally large receipts in slaughter this week. Receipts at the 12 major terminal markets were 275,000 compared with 247,000 a week ago and 238,000 a year ago. Receipts for this week were the largest for any week in four years. In Chicago, high choice and prime 1200-1450 lb slaughter steers brought 26.00-26.75 and on' Monday 15 loads of prime 12301400 lb sold at 27.00. At other markets, high, choice and prime brought 25.00-25.75; choice 1000-1450 lb sold for 23.50-25.00 up to 25.75 in Chicago; good for 20.50-23.50. Barrows and gilts at western corn belt markets sold 25-1.00 lower. Eastern markets were steady to 25 lower. Sows were generally 25-75 lower. Increased receipts and a lower wholesale dress pork trade were bearish factors in the decline that left barrows and gilts at their lowest levels since spring. Receipts at the 12 terminal markets and interior Iowa and southern Minnesota totaled 738,000, the largest for. any week since last December, and compared with 658,000 last week and 693,000 a year ago. U.S. 1-2 190-230 lb barrows and gilts brought 15.50-16.75,. mostly 16.25 down; mixed U.S. 1-3 190-250 lb sold from 15.00-15.75 at western markets and 15.50-16.25 at eastern markets. Slaughter lambs soid general jfeenver was steady to 25 higher. . Slaughter ewes were uneven, mostly steady to 50 higher, except a few points weak to 50 lower; feeder lambs sold steady. Receipts this week at the 12 major markets were 97,400, compared with 118,800 last week and 122,800 a year ago. Choice and prime 80-100 lb wool slaughter lambs sold from 20.5022.00 at Denver 22.50-23.50;'good and choice 19.00-20.75. Wholesale grade eggs were 1 lower to lVfe higher; live poultry delivered to Chicago was unchanged to 1 higher for the week. Wholesale cheese prices at Chicago were unchanged for the week. Chicago wholesale butter prices were Vt to x h. higher. All grain futures were down compared with the previous week. Soj'beans, wheat, corn and rye closed heavy and oats dosed mixed on the Chicago Board of Trade. son." Irwin .said that almost all cases of overweight are caloric- intake caused — "if the energy value of the food consumed is equivalent' to the energy the body uses, weight remains constant." He pooh-poohs the often heard comment that "overweight runs in the family". It's the body structure that's inherited, not the pounds, he says. To Irwin the proper way to lose pounds is to cut the caloric intake, exercise moderately each day because exercise tones the muscles and aids circulation, and re-educate eating habits so that once lost pounds are not regained. The overweight must have a balanced diet while reducing— one built on the four basic food groups which include dairy products, fruits and vegetables, cereals, and meats. HOBBS Mrs. Mark Weismiller iMrs. Oscar Stewart, west of Hobbs Was honored guest at a birthday dinner recently at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Leon . Stewart and family, northwest of Hobbs. -Present to help her celebrate were Messers and Mesdames Bob Green Richard [Stewart and family, Hobbs, and Oscar Stewart, northwest of Hobbs. STRICTLY.BUSINESS by •Mrs. O. B. Swinford, east of Hobbs was honored guest at a j birthday dinner recently at the' home of her daughter, Mr. and, Mrs. Leon Stewart and family,' northwest of Hobbs. Others to help celebrate were O. B. Swinford, east of Hobbs.. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Henderson and family, south of Hobbs. Mr: and Mrs. Alvin Spencer and family, of Muncie and Mr. and 'Mrs. Ronnie Conway and family, of Windfall were recent dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ray and family, northwest of Hobbs. 'Just an idea of my own—last year it brought in §121.83!" Miss Brenda Bowe has returned to her home in.Hobbs , „ . .„ after receiving treating at Tip-, day celebration of Alva New at | word that her son, Hoyt, will ton County hospital. iMrs. Es4ie Luttrell has re- ! Forest. Mrs. Delia New, who turned to/her home,, north of will celebrate her 88th birth- Hobbs after receiving treat-day, was also among the 30 ment at Robert Long hospital, guests present. Indianapolis. Her mother from Arkansas, visited in the home for several weeks. . the home of his daughter, -Mr. be stationed at Fort' Campbell, and Mrs. Maurice Pollock, near JKy. He left Korea by airplane recently. * SHARPSVILLE Mrs. Fred Leap John Hanscom, student at; Purdue spent the weekend with • his'parents, Mr. and Mrs. How-j ard Hanscom. Hanscom who is J music instructor at Lakeviile' high was home for the weekend. Miss Iva Enright, of Tipton, visited ^Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Jasper Cline. Mrs. Cleo Henshew received Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Jones were supper guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coy, Frankfort. Other guests were Mr. and. Mrs. Kennetb Butler and sons, Rickie and Joey, of near Rossville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap at- ended the pot luck supper ven at Pemocratic headquart- rs in Kokomo recently a s ests of their son, Sheriff Tom Leap and wife. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carter recently were Messers and Mesdames Will iam Carter and family, of Indianapolis; Dick-Carter and family, and Arthur LaDow, of Kokomo. Other past worthy - matrons who helped in the degree work at the Masonic hall on Wednesday were Mrs. Roma Cage Sr. as treasurer and Mrs. Everett Fisher) chaplain. These names were omitted in the report o f the past matron and past patron's meeting. Mesdames Thomas Meadows, Ross Broyles and Virgil Carter attended the jurisdiction meeting held at North Methodist church, Indianapolis. Mrs. Paul, Spencer, president of the organization spoke ' on missionaries and denconesses. The program planning meeting for the church commissions was held Monday evening at Sharpsville Methodist church Programs and activities for the conference year' were discuss ed. Heads of committees were appointed, Rev. Estel Neace, membership; Mrs. Ross Broyles, missions; Mrs. Joe Huggler, education, and Jim Meyer finance. H0LSTEIN DAIRY DISPERSAL Having sold the farm the undersigned will sell af public auction at the farm located 3 miles north then 4% miles west of Greentown or 3 miles.south then Vi mile west of Waupecong or Vi mile east then 1 mile -south then Vt mile east of Kokomo air port at 400 E and 300 North, Howard County on Thursday October 22, 1964 . at 11:00 p.m. s4 HEAD HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN DAIRY CATTLE. Consisting of 27 cows in milk at this time; 5 dry cows to freshen in the neai future; 14 head nice size bred heifers; 5 open heifers comfrig 2 /ears old; 5 coming yearling heifers; 7 heifer calves. All animals sired and bred on this farm by pedigreed bulls and by natural service. ' -\ The above herd carries lots of quality in color and size and have been culled and selected at this same loeatien over the past several years. This herd is accredited for T.B. Certified for bangs and most .il calf hoc-J vaccinated. Production records will be given sale date, 3RMS: Cash Not Responsible For Accidents. Joe C. Bontrager $ John Bontrager, Owners. = DDIE NASH, Auctioneer, Windfall, Phone LY 5-3503 O. B. SWINFORD, Auctioneer, Elwood, Phpne FE 2-6089 VERL MYERS, Clerk;. Greentown, Phone MA 8-7844 Lunch will be served. 'Enrollment for the kindergar- t e n in Sharpsville- Prairie school district will be today from noon to 3 p. m. at the high school office in Sharpsville. Parents are to bring their children's birth certificates. Classes will begin on Monday in the Sharpsville church basement from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m. Children are to bring crayons and blunt scissors with them on Monday. Mrs. Cubel will be the teacher. Little New York Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boyer were guests ; at the 85th birth- PUBLIC AUCTION Time: Wednesday, 1 p.m. Oct. 21 1964 PLACE: Oliver Ray! Farm; A /i mile West and 1 inile South ©fj Groomsville or 3 miles North and 1 mile East of Kempton. Notice is hereby given that Gerald Rayl, as Administrator of the estate of Oliver, Rayl, deceased, by order of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, will sell at public auction personal property of the deceased at 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, October 21, 1964, at the farm of the deceased located in Prairie Township, Tipton County, Indiana, as follows: ... * 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 automobile,, 2$ caliber colt automatic pistol, horse fog cart, 1 violin, 1 bushel timothy seed, radio, clothes, 3 beds, 2 wash stands, 5 pictures, 18 chairs, 5 tables, books, sewing machine, buffet,.lantern, cooler, hand tools,.2 sprayers, Jiand seeder, canvas, 2 wash tubs, clothes rack, sacks, 5 gallon house paint, 6 foot step ladder, 2 cabinets, ' appin cooking'stove, Warm Morning stove, 5 coal buckets, coal, antique disbes.. cooking utensils, coffee grinder, hat rack, 2 borte blankets, 10 gallon kerosene, brooms, mops, 2-dressers, mirror, comb case, shovels, bathroom scales, Nubian Hot Blast stove, day bed, army cot, kerosene lamps, ,12 gauge shot gun, sofa, 2 rugs, sleeping bags, lugage carrier, fence charger, basket, suit case, mattress; bell, ladder, lawn mower, barrel, Gordon boots, jugs,, trunk, tin door safe, old corn planter, chicken mesh, water tank, com shelter, 1 roll picketting, 2 old plows, grindstone and other miscellaneous hand tools and household furnishings.. ' TERMS: Cash at time of sale. GERALb RAYL, Administrator William "Bill" Henderson, Auctioneer Wilson Wheatley, Attorney At what is known as the Gentry Meadows Farms, Vi mile W. of • Iwy. 37 on Arcadia Blacktop, 8 miles E. of Arcadia, 14 miles N. of Noblesville, 8 miles S. pf Elwood beginning 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1964 POUR TRACTORS & EQUIP.: 1959 Ccckshutt 570 Diesel 5-Bot- .om Tractor; 4-Row Cockshutt Cultivators; 250 Cockshutt 5-Bot- .om 14" Breaking Plow with Cylinder, used 2 seasons; Cockshutt .-bottom 16" Breaking Piow, manual clutch; 1952 Moline Trac,or with Hydraulic lift, 4-row Cultivators; Int. C Tractor with .lounted 7" Mower & Cultivators; W. C. Allis-Chalmers Tractor Wfh Cultivators; A C 2-Bottcm Plow; David Bradley 2-Bottom j" Plow; 3-Bottom Int. Plcw;' Cultivators for Farmall; Two y Co-op Disk; 8' Disk; 2 Floating Drags; J. D. 490 4-Row Planter /ith Gandy Fert. Aft.; 8' Cultipacker; Myers Bale Loader; Graam Wagcn, all metal with Hyd.-lift; Cockshutt..625 Tractor-Ma- ;ure Spreader; 12 A New Idea Spreader; General Implement 4- tow Rotary Hoe; M M 3-pt. hitch 10' Disk; 4-Rbw Bean Cuitivafor; .nt. 45 Twine Baler; A. C. Rcto-Baler; Int. 50 T Baler with motor; Case Field Chcpper with Corn & Hay Head; Wheatland Disk-Plow; I. D« 17-Hole" Gr. Drill; Lime Spreader with Seeder Art.; Co-Op lake; Old rake; Case Blcwer with Pipe; Int. Rake; Old Dump ,?ake; B 409 5' Rotary Mower; 1-Bottom 16" Int. plow; 3-Section pring-toothed Harrow; Spikedtoofh Harrow; New Idea 2-row Jorhpicker; 4-row Int. cornplanter; M M Super.Snout, mounted for :ornpicker. - " FECIAL EQUIP. Extra gcod 82 Massey Ferguson self-propelled 2' Combine; Like-new 500 Kewane 46' Elev. with interchangeable >.ates. •. \ • . RUCKS: 1959 Chevy 2-Ton Cabover with good Gr; Bed, stock ack ; 1959 % Ton -Cabover; 4-wheel Dr. Jeep; 1946 Chevy with lyd. Metal Dump Bed. /'".' iQUIP. & MISC.: Foley Saw-Filing Machine;„Belt pulley; Hyd. acks; Belt pulley for 570 Cockshutt Diesel; Platform Scales; olinger Wagon Uhloader; Water Pump; 2 Transmissions: Two iole Metal Feeders; 2 Grain Beds;. Tilt-back Imp. Trailer; >tal Hog Troughs; Pig Creep iFeeders; Concrete Mixers; 6 Rows jickett fencing; 16" Jr. Cardinal Grain Elev.; 16-Hole Wood og feeder; -3 sets of old wagon gears; Snoco grain auger with *isc. motor; Weed Sprayer with 8-Row Boom; Int.^Power Shelter; Old 40' Elev.; Horse - Riding Plow; Old Mower; Iron Wagon Vheels; Hyd. Tractor Jack; Old Apron with Pullies; Hog Crate; lohn Deere portable Feed Grinder with Sacker;. M.M. large Corn- , shelter with 40'-Drag Chain; Grain & Stock Racks for V* T. Int. /ruck; Lots & lots of iron & Junk; Poultry Feeders & Fountains. 'ONY & H. H. GOODS: Spotted Shetland Mare in Foal; Coldspot Refrigerator; Elec. Cook Range; Ironer; Other Property inot mentioned. , * TERMS: Cash. .Not responsible in case, of accident. Clip for reference. ' '.. , Lunch will be served by the Eversharp Class of Aroma Methodist Church. JOpN; G, ATKINS, s Qwner FOLAND & LEWIS INC,, Aucts. Noblesvillo & Westfleld T

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