The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 26, 1958 · Page 13
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Friday, December 26, 1958
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Additional CARRY WIST HOPES IN SHRINE GAME—Bob Newman, left, of Washington State and Lee Grosscup of Utah will direct the West Shrine football team against the East team in the annual Shrine Game Saturday at Kezar Stadium. (AP Photofax), Dupuis Joins National Six MINNEAPOLIS (AP)-Bob Dupuis, All - America defenseman from Bostrjn University, joins the U.S. Nationals hockey team today. The team also announced that Bill Cleary, brother of the Nationals' forward, Bob Cleary, will join the squad Monday at Ann Arbor, Mich., for a game that night with Michigan. Dupuis, who has been coaching Boston University freshmen this winter, will see his first action Saturday night in a game with Minnesota here. Bill Cleary Is a former All-America center at Harvard and played on the 1956 Olympic and the 1957 Nationals teams. Harry Batchclder Jr., a goalie from Brown University, has been dropped, the team announced. Saturday night's game with Minnesota will be played under international rules, rather than United States regulations, to help the Nationals prepare for forthcoming games with the Russians and in the World tournament. Main difference between U.S. and international rules is the point Blues Want Players at Baseball Meeting Anyone Interested In playing baseball with the Austin Blueg, new member of the clasi A Century League, la urged to attend a meeting at the Shaw gym Saturday. « The jegslon It slated at S p.m. and plans for the baseball season will be reviewed and discussed. Bob Cummins^ manager of the Blues last year,' said that board members will be on hand to greet the prospects. Last season, the Blues dominated the Down State League, a class B organization, and par* tlcipated In the stale tournament at New Ulm. Brown's Contract Extended 6 Years CLEVELAND (01 - The Cleveland Browns Wednesday extended football coach Paul E. Brown's contract for another six years— or through 1968. He still had four years to go on his present contract. Dave R. Jones, president of the Browns, said of the 50-year-o 1 d Unites 'Wild' W/fh Passes, bufConf/cknf BALTIMORE (AP) - Johnny Unites, the rlfle-trrried passer for the Baltimore Coin, it lure hell have hit aerials on target for the big battle against the New York Gianti Sunday. One thing was evident in Christ* ma* Day drills; Unites pegs were evidently up to holiday hl-jlnks. The star quarterback who has connected on better than 60 per cent of his passes during the season was often.hitting the dirt or sailing the ball like a satellite over the receiver. Coach Weeb Ewbank was a bit disturbed but Unitas assured him, "Don't worry coach. Ill be all right." Meanwhile, the Western Conference titlists of the National Football League brushed up on a specialty — their pass interception technique. To help get his charges used to the Giant backfield'men, Ewbank had offensive players wear jerseys with the sa\ne numbers worn by the likes of quarterback Charley Connerly and halfback Frank Glfford, Baltimore defenders managed to snare 35 enemy aerials during the 12-game season for an aver* age of almost three a game. The runbacks totaled a hefty 514 yards. Andy Nelson and Raymond 3rown were the most proficient pilferers. Each snagged eight, kelson returned them for a total of 109 yards including a touchdown. BroWn rolled up 149 yards on runbacks. Ewbank isn't concerned whether the Giants will cook up a secret weapon like the "Brown special" — a double reverse and lateral New Elevator May Replace Old Models REOINA, Sank. (AP) - The sentinel-like elevators that have dotted the prairie skyline lot years may be in for a change. The Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, operating about 1,100 elevators in this province, is experimenting with a new elevator which Is longer* lower, flatter, and leas colorful than the tall structures that now exist in almost every Saskatchewan town, If successful, the new elevator will be cheaper to maintain, and safer than the old type. "It's a new look on the same kind of elevator," says M. J. Spratt, wheat pool engineer who designed the new structure. Opened In October, the elevator is 63 feet long, 83 feet wide and 64 feet high. This gives it a squat appearance compared to the tra ditional elevator which is usually about 30 feet square and some- ;lmes 100 feet high, The new type is surfaced with asbestos and cement siding, giving the structure a grey and white coloring. The old elevators have always been painted red. Spratt says safety is possibly the siggest advantage of the new type. No longer will workmen have to perch on a tiny, sloping roof to lay shingles. The new roofs are flat. With the slate siding, there will be no need for painting crews to sway 100 feet above the ground. Along with the new design has come a new kind of man-lift to carry the elevator agent up and down to inspect his bins. Whereas agents used to be suspended in space on a tiny platform, they now will be protected by a cage. WIFE OF VP DIBS SAM ANGELO, Tex. <Af»)-Mrt, :te«de Van Nuyse Holland, 93. whose late husband was * vice •esident of the San Antonio Ex- ress, died Thursday. Mrs. Hot ind, who wag born In Harrington, 1., was. a daughter of th* late tev. Ira moy Chase of Indiana. FIRE RIKINDLES—Flames shoot from the second floor of an old St. Louis Park building after the fire, once nearly under control, broke out again and consumed most of the wood and brick structure. The building housed a cafeteria, photo- graphic studio and lodge quarters. Firemen from three other Minneapolis suburbs joined St. Louis Park firemen to fight the Christmas night blaze. (AP Photofax) Dancing Eyes of Sick Little Girl Drive Home Christmas Meaning on the rink from which forward {coach and general manageer: passing is permitted, Banks Earns Slugging Title NEW YORK (AP) — Ernie Banks, hard-hitting Chicago Cubs' shortstop, today added the National League slugging championship to his long list of 1998 laurels. Banks, the circuit's Most Valuable Player, home run and runs batted in leader, captured the slugging title with a .614 mark. The official statistics showed Banks collected 379 total bases in 617 times at bat. Willie Mays of San Francisco, runner-up to Richie Ashburn in the batting race, also finished second in slugging. Mays had 350 total bases in 600 tries for a .583 slugging percentage. Hank Aaron of Milwaukee was third with .546, followed by Frank Thomas of Pittsburgh and Stan Musial of St. Louis with .528 each. Ashburn, the Phillies' lead - off man, led the league in bases on balls with 07. Harry Anderson, also of the Phils, struck out the most times, 93. Musial tied a league record by receiving 26 intentional walks. Statistics on this category were not maintained until 1955. Gene Green of St. Louis grounded into the most doubleplays, 24. Jim Davenport, San Francisco rookie, grounded into the fewest— 4. Final Practice Licks for All-Star Teams Fie. (AP) - College "We believe he is the greatest ! coach in football today. Under this i long-term agreement, it's comfort- t'mg to know he will be with us i for a-long time." Rangers Fall, Coach May Make Changes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A few members of the New York Rangers today may be casting anxious eyes toward the Providence Reds, their American Hockey League farm team. They are most certainly wonder if Ranger Coach Phil Watson isn't doing the same thing. The Rangers lost to Montreal 41 Thursday night, and the perfor mance was not one to draw praise from Watson. Maybe Watson will make some changes. The victory gave the Canadiens who haven't lost a game since Nov. 26, a 12 point lead in the National Hockey League race over Detroit, which lost to Toronto 2-0 Boston gained a tie for seconc with Detroit with a 4-2 victory over Chicago. The Canadiens have won 10 and lost 2 since losing to New York last month, LSU Starts Polishing Attack for Clemson NEW ORLEANS, La. - Led by All-America halfback Billy Can non, LSU starts polishing its of fense today for the Sugar Bow game Jan. 1 against Clemson. The Tigers have had a six-day Christmas vacation, and won travel to New Orleans until the morning of Jan. 1. Cannon and Johnny Robinson scored 18 touchdowns between which gave them their only touch down against the Cleveland Brqwns last Sunday. He promised the Colts would have some "Giant specials" of their own. Carl Cager Tops Scoring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ivan Grimm of Carleton College till is the top scorer in small ollege basketball, but a new con- ender has popped out of nowhere n Jim Davis of Oswego (NY) itate Teachers. Grimm tossed in 33 points in lis only sortie to maintain his rip for the second straight week. This made his average SI points game for five contests through games of Saturday, Dec. 20, according to statistics released today by the NCAA's service bureau. Davis, 21st in the figures a week ago, vaulted to second place with three • game barrage of 103 points. Lee Hopfenspirger of Hamline, las the best field goal average. He has connected on 45 of 68 shots 'or a .662 mark. ' Jim Jackson, t 6-4 Jumping lack from Iowa Teacher*, is the new head man in rebounding. He gabbed 33 against Cornell (Iowa,) o raise his average to 20.5 rebounds a game. North D a kota Agricultural^ Bachmeler placed eighth among scorers with a 27.6 point average, HUNTERS TAKE 60 ELK SANTA FE, N. M. W) — Sixty elk were taken by 101 hunters in the Pecos hunt. Leon Lee, game management chief, says the 60 per cent hunter success is phenomenal. Half of the elk taken were under three years old, indicating a tremendous production, LOTS OF TAYLORS The new big league rosters contain the name Taylor four times. There are Tony and Sam Taylor of the Chicago Cubs, Bob Taylor of Milwaukee and Harry Taylor of Kansas City. Writer Was Out of Position on Question WASHINGTON Ml — Lefty Gomez, who toured 10 Latin American countries as a good will gesture on behalf of the Department of State, says the funniest thing that happened on the trip came in Bogota, Columbia. "When my background, six straight World Series victories and three out of four All-Star victories, was read off, one of the writers asked: "What posi.ion did you play?' " AWARD TO SPELLMAN AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — King Hussein has awarded the Jordanian Medal of Al Kawkab (star) to Francis Cardinal Spellman. A royal decree today cited the Roman Catholic archbishop of New York or his humanitarian activities. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Christmas morning face of a little girl in a hospital, her eyes dancing as she waited for Santa, brought home "the meaning of Christmas—love, faith and truth" to a bachelor reporter. "Her name is Gall Marie, aged 4," wrote James Schurz of the San Francisco Examiner, "and for as long as she can remember her legs and feet have been imprisoned in heavy plaster casts." Schurz was walking down a corridor of the Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children at 9:15 a.m. when Gail Marie, who had been awake since 6 waiting for Santa's scheduled 9:30 arrival, couldn't contain her excitement. Merry Christmas "Merry Christmas," she called. "Come here." Then, in a conspira- tive tone: "You'd better wait here with me—Santa's coming." Santa doesn't arrive by night on a sleigh at the hospital. The 60 : children there know well that he comes Christmas morning on a fire engine. Schurt—like that—fell in love, and waited, A trumpet In the corridor heralded Santa's arrival and Gail Marie began trembling. The trembling mounted when seven firemen in full uniform appeared and finally Santa Claus, laden with gifts. ' Packages with her name and age held a stocking full of fruit, a Cinderella doll, a coral-tinted telephone and a fully equipped doctor's black bag. IAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS AUSTIN (Minn.) HIRAtO Friday,.Dec, 2*, 1911 |» IV READ THE CLASSIFIED AD* ZRUCKY RefrigtrtHofi HE 3-3607 m Gail Marie wanted to give the telephone to Schurz because he didn't get anything. He assured her that Santa had visited him earlier and there were a lot of telephones back at the office. Plugging her toy stethoscope I into her ears, she listened to his heart. "I don't hear anything. I don't | think it's beating," she said. "It was beating all right, Gail," I he wrote, "as you may learn when you are old enough to read this. | And thank Christmas." you for a happy Burmwi and Jrading 160-170 170-180 .80-190 00-330 220-230 330-240 210-2SO 250-230 265-270 270-380 289-290 293-300 MISSING — Dr. M. Earle Collins, 55, president of Missouri Valley college of Marshall, Mo., has been missing since early Christmas morning. He was to have left for .Orlando, Fla, where his school's team plays tomorrow in the Tangerine Bowl. (AP Photofax) MIAMI, all-stars get in final practice licks ,. ,...,, , ,. . , today for the Shrine's North- j"> em las * *&• and quarterback South football game in the Orange Warrea Rabb P assed tof ei ^ Bowl Saturday night. Individual performances were expected to settle starting lineups. North Coach Ara Parseghian of Northwestern flatly announced he wanted to see the Yanks' final workout before deciding between Nick Mumley, 24/), of Purdue and Bob Wetoska, 225, of Notre Dame more. Clemson, meanwhile, will renew its drills at home today and fly to Biloxi, Miss., Saturday morning for final polishing. SCORING LEADERS AKRON, 0. - B. H. Born, Peoria Cats' center, is challenging the for a spot. hotly contests left Darrell Royal of Texas, coach tackle i Wichita Vickers' Dick Boushka for the National Industrial League scoring lead. FLYING START of the South squad, promised a wide open, pro-type offense. Royal has had his Rebels working oni HANOVER, N. H. —George pass plays built around Baylor's \ Ramming, Dartmouth sophomore Buddy Humphrey, a top hand \ basketball player, was an All-Am- amoug collegiate pigskin marks- i ericau high school player at Union 'City, N. J. Woman, 83, Leaves Savings of $4,087.50 on Bus Seat MARKET Friday, Dee. 26, 1958 The following prices were paid at Austin, O11U No, 1 No. 3 No. 2 15.29 16.25 17.25 18.05 18.15... ,17.85 ........,18.35....17.65.,,.17.55 18.05. ...17.65... .17 25 17.75,...17.M....16,95 17.45.... 17.05.... 16,65 17.15....16.75....lfl.35 16.85. ...d«.45....ia.05 16.55....17.15....15.75 Ifi .25....15.85....15.45 Oakland, Calif. (AP) — An 83- year-old woman, who carried her life savings with her, will be heading for a bank if she follows the advice of Policeman Dorran Child. The woman, from nearby Richmond, excited about visiting friends for Christmas dinner, left ,087.50 on a bus when she got off in downtown Oakland. She told another bus driver, who took her to the bus terminal. There they found police counting are priced the sumu us suws oi the same Wgt classfllcatiun Grading 270-300 300-330 330-38D 3OMOO 400-:50 450-5CO 500-550 550-up , PACKING SOWS No.J ,.15.50.. ,.15.25.. ,.13.00.. ,.14.75.. ..14.25.. ..13.78.. .,13,33.. NO. 3 .15.10 .'14,85 .14.60 .14.35 .13.85 .J3.S5 ,13.85 .12.75.... 12.35 Nn I ,.15.00. ..15,65. ..15.40,, ..15.15. ..14.65. ..14.15. ..13.15. STAGS Stags under 400 .......... ,,.,.,,.0.75 Stags 409-000 ........... ,,, ...... 9.00 Staga over 600 ..... ... ..... , ..... 8,00 Underflnisfied cull or filled tings ust be discounted accordingly. All ovi are nubjict to government to- specttnn 1958 SPRING LAMB MARKET Choice & Prime ........... 18.50 Choice ................. .... 19.00 aood .................. ... .17.S0.18.50 Medium .................... 18.50-17.00 Common .................. i j.oo down All buck ambs discounted tl per hundred weight by grade. Lambs over 100 Ibs. discounted 20o per cwt p«r pound over 100. VKAL MARKET Veal calvea of all weight* and eltu •8 purohaied Choice 180-230 ..... , ...... 30.50-32.00 Qood 180-230 .............. 27.50-28.50 Standard .................. 25.00-M.EO Utility 180-230 Ibs ......... 22.50-24.00 Choice heavy 2?0-300 Ibs. ..27.50-28.50 Oooa heavy 240-300 Ibs. ..35.50-26.50 Culls all weight ............ 10.00.18-50 All calve* over 300 Iba, discounted •3 CWT Veal calvea will be accepted at Avw> tin until 0:30 a.m. Krldij No mtrkct on Saturdav CATTLE MARKET 0. B. Prime tusera ti yearlings .................... 3718.29.00 0 S dhole* steen 6 TMLT- lings ..................... 25.25-27.50 U B Qrmij «teer« A wr- lings ..................... 23.50-2«.00 o B standard *t««ra A s ................ 2U5-23.75 ers 25 cents to 50 cent* CWT steer prices. All steers over . and heifers over 950 lb«. are yearling! All beift under 1,050 -Uncounted according to weight. U. S. Commercial Cows velgt ..17.1 ,00-18.50 her money which had been turne'd in by l«. T. Sewell, driver of the first bus. Childerg returned the money to the woman and then drove her to her holiday destination, urging her all the way there to put her savings in a bank. "I think I finally convinced her," said the officer, asking reporters not to use the woman's name. Helicopters Will Try Landing at Peak Where Plane Crashed ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) Heavy-duty Army .helicopters today were scheduled to attempt a hazardous landing near the wreckage of an Air ?orce cargo plane that crashed high on volcanic Mt. Iliamna Monday, apparently taking 15 men to their deaths. The wreckage was sighted on the snow-covered side of the 10-116 foot mountain Thursday by a vet- 'Extra Paint' for Yule Gift Wasn't Good MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)-H. H, Scott is rightfully proud of the Christmas present his wife gave him—but he's not showing it off just yet. The gift was a shiny red sports car which Mrs, Scott left with the dealer for Christmas delivery. She got a wonderful idea. Why not paint a yuletide greeting on the auto in white paint that would wash off? Mrs. Scott bought a can of paint and clashed off to the dealer's. She had just finished painting "Love to Harold" all over the side of the car when a salesman strolled up to see how she was doing. Too late, of course. It was not water paint. The car will have to be sanded down and repainted. THE PLAYERS' CHOICE — Johnny Unitas, right, hands the Jim Thorpe Trophy to Jim Brown, elected by the players as the best player in National Football League. The Cleveland fullback set a new record for rushing. Unitas, the Baltimore quarterback, was last year's winner. D. S. Utility Cows 19.00-17.50 Cutter 1S.50-17.8S Canners 14.00-18.00 Pat Bulls 1750-21.50 sausage Dulls 18.50-23.50 U. Wt Thin Bull* ...14.00-16.00 AUSTIN GRAIN MARKKT Soybeans $3.03 Oats 5-1 Corn 85 George A. Hormel ft Co. Common Stock (Wright Wells & Co.) Bid Asked 54 56 CHICAGO (AP) — Hogs 6,000; market opened 25 to 50 higher, closed 50 to 75 higher; 2-3 200-225 Ib butchers 19.25-19.75; 1-3 190-225 Ibs 20.00; few sales mostly Is 210220 Ibs 20.25, highest since October 8; 2-3 230-280 Ibs 18.00-19.50; few 3s 300-350 Ibs 16.25-17.25; top sows 17.00; most 1-3 sows 330-400 Ibs 15.00-16.25; 400-500 lt> sows 13.25-15.0. Cattle 200; calves 100; few sales good to prime 1,050-1,515 Ibs steers 25.50-27.50 with prime 1,515 at 27.00 and choice 1,050 Ibs at 27.50; choice heifers up to 27.75; cows steady; carroerj and cutters 15.00-, BABIC r> ia.50; utility and commercial ™r TO PARIS — Dr. Ed- cows 17.00 - 20.00; bulls steady; 9 ar I- p 'ret, professor of utility and commercial bulls 23.00-' chemical engineering at the 25.50; vealers steady at 32.00 University of Minnesota, down. i was recently named by the Sheep 3,uuu; two loads primed State department, as science wooled lambs 102-103 Ibs 20.25; attache to the Paris Embas- bulk good and choice 18.50-20.00; sy. Dr. Piret was among sev cull to low good 15.00-17.50; choice shorn lambs' at 18.50; cull to choice slaughter ewe* 6.00-7.50. Tan Alaska bush pilot, Don Sheldon of Talkeetna, who reported to he Air Force that he saw no sign of life. Sheldon piloted his small private plane very low through seeth- ng currents of air to make cer- :ain that the weokage spotted Wednesday was positively that of the four-engined C54 that had been the object of a three-day search, Sheldon *aid the demolished plane was in a box canyon at the 7,600-foot level. Sulphuric fumes from the heart of the volcanic mountain rise constantly around the wreckage, be said. The Air Force described the crash scene as being one of the most inaccessible spots in the world. The air is in constant turbulence, making air navigation; around the area extremely hazardous. The turbulence forced light Air Force helicopters which attempted a landing to turn back. Nasser Denounces Commies in Syria CAIRO (AP) — President Abdul Carnal Nasser's day the renewed its Communists government to- denunciation of in the Syrian province of the United Arab Republic. Syrian Interior Minister Abdul Hamid Serraj, one of the most influential Syrian officials, said in an interview that the Reds had become "mouthpieces for the enemies of Arab nationalism." Tweed is a name which originated by error from tweel, a Scottish form of twill, but associated with the Tweed River. en U.S. scientists chosen to go to various embassies ' (AP Photo). abroad. Tb« PUTNAM FUND «/ Boston "A BALANCED FUND" THE PUTNAM GROWTH f UNO possible long-term CAPITAL GROWTH Mtil CfMtKM/or Aw Pmptcmut WRIGHT WILLS & CO. lit Not'l tank Bldg. Bridge St. Entrance Austin HE 3-3050 Pitttt lead free Proipccim of D Th« Course Puiaiun Fund U Tka Puuua Cuuwib l : uuJ Nun*. TAKE IT FROM MIKE Howdy Folkti "Start th« Mot Star right" wtt tht urgent ad- vltt gr»tjj at the lait mtttlng of tht Farm Dltt League, Tht iptaktr, one at tht leading authorltlet en animal feed, added, "I mtan that goad aid FAfM- PRYOI WAY — feed your form •riimili an FARM- PRYOI and ytu know yati ar« ttartlng th* ntw ytar right." The itttn, th* ihttp, tht parkin, tht btef, the ehlcktni—yei, tvtry farm animal—li unanlmoui In laying, "I prtfir Farm Pryda feed." If ytu ttvld iptak with a talklng-hont—or a tinging maun—well, a parrot could till you—that FARMPRYDt li tnough In Ititlf to pltata tht animal kingdom. Said Haract tht lull, "Wt don't nttd no Fret Coffet—No Coupons-No Raffia Tlckttt—No Free Qlm- mkkt—Nothing to Sign—-JUST GOOD OLD STRAIGHT SQUARI SHOtfriN' FAI^lYblVftat'i "ll You ntld for tucctu— • . ' MIKI So, Start tht MOO STKR RIGHT-Jrtr. Farmer—tht FARMPRYBI WAY. It (t now* Youn M!k« GENERAL FARM STORES GRAIN "FEEDS --SEEDS- FERTILISER 702 E ; WATER. ^ME.3-21OO * ll4'.t:MAPLE AUCTION Because of ill health, I am quitting farming. Tha tacrlbed property will ba sold it Auction Located 3 milti «ait of Adorns on Hwy. 56, then l'/4 milts north or 1 mile eeit ef Manhell Lutheran Church. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30 SUrting at 12:30 P.M. LUNCH BY MARSHALL LADHS AID 30 Head of Holslein & Guernsey Cattle TiSTED TB ANP BRUCELLOSIS Mil Several Calfho«d Vaccinated -r- 2—Holslein caws fresh with 2nd calf 1—Holstein caw fresh with 3rd calf 2—Holitein cowl fr»ih with 4th and 5th. calf 1—Holstein caw earning 4th «alf- Sprlngor 1—Holstein caw coming 3rd calf- Springer 1—Holsteln caw huh last spring 2—Holstein cowl earning 2nd calf — due Feb. & March 1—Holstrin bred heifer 1—Gutrniey 2nd cojf cow frith 1—Outrniiy lit calf cow frith, 1—Qucrniey 1st calf cow freih In July 2—Guernsey cows earning 2nd A 3rd calf Springers 1—Halsteln c«w comlnf Ind calf 2—Holstein Short Yearling Hliter* 2—Whftifu* Heifers 1—Angus Long Yearling Steer 1— Holstein, II month old steer 3—Bull calves 4 months old • Holjteln 2—Bull colvii 2—Heifer salvM FARM MACHINERY 1936—Allis Chalmers tractor & cultivator, good rubber , 1938—Cost .CC Tractor ( 4-row Cultivator 1954 John Deere 4-row planter on rubber, fertilizer attachment New Idea Manure Spreader New Idea 7 ft. Power Mowir New Idea Singli Row Com Plckir Kelly-Ryan 40 ft. Elevator 10 ft. Tandem Disc Lindsay 21 ft. FlexWt l«y«r Drot 3—Triple Wagon Boxes 2—StMl Wheel Wagoni 1—Montgomery Ward Rubber Tire Wagon 1—Home made Rubber Tire Wagon Allli Chalmers Combine John Deere Endgate Seeder Mechanical Loader 1942 International % TOT Pickup a Single Unit Qi Laval Milk Machine t ft. Field Cultivator 1—Hoy Rack ID-Inch Hamm.rmiM & 50 ft. Belt 6x» ft. Two Wheel Flat Bed Trailer 7» Now H«Hand Baler 3-14' International Plow • Wagon Hols* Wood Milk Cooler Cat Barrels, Water Tank, Electric' £t*c«r, H* Tr«Mjh, Pasteurizer, Trash Burner, Tooli and many other Miscellaneous Articles, FEED Appia*. 500 Aorrox. MO as • USUAL BANK TERMS • Appro*, a 100 .„ , Approx. 210 lain Straw luikfU Can IMM Oiti lain Cltvir l> Tim. Hay CECIL WESTCOTT, Owner FARMERS STATE BANK of ADAMS, Cltrk ART SPARKS, Sargeant & AL ALBRIGHT, Austin, Auct. AUCTION At I have wld my f«rm, I will Mil •!! my p«wnt] M»Mity at Public Auction at the farm located 4 miles Wtlt »f C|«i- mont Corner Station, an Hifhawy 14, then V« mile S*utk; or 7 mlltt Eait of Owaronna on Hlghwey 14, thtn V« milt South TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30 SALE STARTS AT IsOO P. M. AURORA LUTHERAN LADIES AID WILL SERVE LUNCH FEED 2500 puihili flood, iff Cor. 10 ^ 0 U ¥Sh<!lS B ° nd0 ° Qtt ' VCry 9Md 800 boles Straw, all in barn 53 Hood Hogs 10 Bred Gilts due to farrow in March, weight about 100 Ibs. Hampshire and Chester White Cross, •, Hn . Wni»re» average weight 250 Ibs. 2 Hofl w »'« rm 3 Hampshire Purebred Boon 2 ""' *«'<"* 5clf H °8 Feeder; 40 Hampshire Feeding Shoats, average' Hog Troughs COMPLETE UNf OF GOOD POWER MACHINERY and FARM IMPLEMENTS THIS MACHINERY IS IN GOOD SHAPI 1953 Moiicy Harris "31" Tractor and Cultivator i« good tkape McCormick-Detrfng 2-bflt. 16" Tractor Plow McCormu;k-D«irlng 2-bot. U" Tractor Plow 1953 Mqssey Harris 10' Tandem Disk McCoimick-Oeiring Powtr 2-row Corn Planter on rubber with terti'uer attachment McCprmick-Dccnng F-20 Tractor on ruJbcr, good shape, with McCormick-Dccring 2-M Mounted 2- row Corn Picker 1953 Masscy Harris Power Mowsr 7' cwt John Deer Side Delivery Rake John Deere 12" Hammermill with hopper 50' Hammtrmill Belt New Idea All Sttil Hay Uad*r Minnisola 7* Swatber with good canvas New Idea Manure Spreader Rubber-tire Truck Wagon Steel Flare Tap Wagon Sox HayRack Triple Wagon an* Wood Wheel Truck Wagon McCormnk-Dtering Endgale So«der, gross seed attachment 1953 Massey Horrii M«aur« and Bulldwer Bladt Kovar 8' Spring Tooth Rubber Tire Wheelbarrow 2 Galvanized Water Tajik* Surge Milking Machine, 2 single unit! and pump and motor McCarmick-Oeeriag Crullag* Cutter with 40' pipe Kewanee 40' AH Stttl Cain, GloJ« and Bolt Elevator with PTO w4 Swed Jack Wagon Hoist Fled Bunk New All Steel UOO-bu. Cera Crib 6 Rolls Wire Cora Cribbing, SO 1 lengthl 6 Oil Barrels 100-gol. FIM) J«rr«l Bottle Qa> Irooder Stove, MO chick site 14'xli' Round-roof Iraadtr HUM Emery Wheel, nearly MW Chicken Equipment »oM Brill Heat Hauler far tractor Some Fence Posts Forks, Shoved, Tools, mlscelUmeoui Cabinet Type Heating State with *ircu- latlag ton About 25 feit Small Hpe tot Oil Heater USUAL FARM AUCTION SALE TfiMS All Items SetHtd For Before Removal BRENT PERKINS, Owner LEN WINDOW, AucttMUHt SECWUTY STATE BANK of CIAUM&T,

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