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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9,19«0. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, iOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-THRHS 53. HOUSEHOLD GOODS ZIG-ZAG SEWING-MACHINE Used "excellent sewer, original, cost over'$155.00. :Buttonholes and .embroiders without, attachment's. Our" price $31.88 tovjns ;,$1.00 per week. Call _3292_Electro Hygiene Co., SINGER 127 ~~ Used light finish cabinet model - special equipment to.but- ton hole, darn .and embroidery. Sews forward and reverse. Our price $29.97 terms available, discount for cash. __Cass 3292 Electro Hygiene Co. VACUUM CLEANER Used Electrolux A-l condition, uses paper bags and has all cleaning attachments. .Our price $21.16 with terms of $1.00 per week. Call 3292 Electro . Hygiene ; Co. WHITE ZIG-ZAG Take over the balance due on this famous used White Zig- Zag sewing- machine. Only • nine months only. Everything built into the machine. Sews on buttons, appliques,'makes buttonholes and many fancy designs. Save over Jlflfl. Tha complete balance due, just $53.19. Monthly payments $7.11 . for information, call 3611. Select Sewing Service. GAS water heaters, $69.95; gas space heaters, starting, at $90.95. Flanegin Ace Hardware, 310 E. Market. WHIRLPOOL washer and,dryer, highest bid takes it. Phone 4685. AUTOMATIC Kenmore washer^ wool carpet ll^'xll'/i', good condition. Phone 2427. VACUUM cleaner service and parts. R. Blume. Ph. 2378. 13 cu. ft. Philco refrigerator, like new. Phone 6468 after 6 p.m. BOTTLE GAS equipment free. Regardless where you biry your gas appliances." Tenbrook Sale* East Main. Ph. 2758. , 21-inch Motorola TV consolette, 1 year old, antenna included. 20499. ' • CHINA closet, refrigerator, all kinds of stoves. Joe's Auction, 318 E. Main St. ANOTHER combination coal, wood, and oil cook stove.~Grow- boy heater, davano,' dressers, gas range. Open at noon. Thrifty Corners. 15th at Spear. FOR SALE Like new Heywood-Wakefield solid birch dining room table, with leaf and two chairs, $75. Phone 53556 FURNITURE of all kinds. Open 9 to 9. Berkshire's, 810 N. Third St. FOR Frigidaire appliances, call 3085. Jackson-Kitchel. McCULLOCH General Supply Co., New Waverly Fred Angle, Phone 40001 54. CLOTHING, JEWELRY FUR coat, like new, 8854. Phone SHOP FOR LESS 616 E. .Market. Used clothing for the family, clean high quality, low in price, Friday's and Saturday's, 9 to 5. WE BUY men's good used cloth ing, shoes and hats. Perfect Cleaners, 324 Fourth St. Winter Shoes at lOc to $1/50 The Thrift Shop 411 E. MarkeJ 55. TELEVISION, RADIO, HI f\ SEE our 1961 Ilne'of Philco appliances and TV's at our low, low prices. $10 delivers." Firestone Store, Third and Eel. 56, PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTS WANTED: Field drum. Ph.-56772. COMPLETELY rebuiiTpan^Amei> ican clarinet and music stand, $60. Phone 4890. REGISTERED violin-case, .50 years old, A-l condition. Phone 4736. CONN B-flat tenor sax, nice tone. Call 4869 after 6 p.m. New and Used Pianos Thompson's Piano Store • 834 W. Miami ASSUME monthly payments of $6.72 on repossessed portable organ. Thompson Piano Store, 834 W. Miami. WANTED: Good used uprighTpi- ano.. Write Box A-243, this newspaper. CASH for your used piano. Phone 8983. PIANOS AND ORGANS Sales and Rental Strange Music House, 500 North NEW and Used pianos and or-; gans. Hammond organs and Story & Clark Pianos. Ramseyer Piano Company, 320 W. Taylor Street, Kokomo, Indiana 57. SPORTING GOODS FOR SALE, or trade, 14 ft. fiberglass speed boat, used less than . 30 days. Phone 7900. Our Guns AIM to Satisfy LESLIE'S GUN SHOP Authorized Dealer, 'Browning, Ithaca, Colt, H & R and others. Finance or Layaway Plan , We Buy Sell and Trade 122 So. 6th St. • Ph.268S Open Until 9 p.m., Thursday, Friday,* Saturday evenings. 59. AUCTIONS ALES RUDD - SHEPHERD, Winamac, Ph. - : 124. Auction Co. • Ph.' 1872. KEITH BERKSHIRE, your friendly auctioneer, satisfaction guarr anteed. 'Phone 3197.; 60. PHOTOGRAPHY DON'T THROW away your used flashbulbs—Save them. They will be worth Ic each when traded in.on new ones. Begin- ning'Oct. 17 thru 'Ojct, 29. Quick Film Service. 524 E. Broadway. 61. BLDG. MATERIAL CONCRETE blocks Ph. JO 63513 Burlington Bldg. Products 65. COAL, OIL, GAS FOR COAL OR FUEL OIL, , DON'T KEEP THIS WOLF FROM YOUR DOOR. Red Stamps or Top Value\Stamps free with cash delivery. Phone 3990. QUALITY ccate. fuel oil. Schmidt Coal & Oil Co. Ph 4402-4702. 66. FLOWERS, PLANTS VARIETY, of nice mums. Mores, 2 miles north on 25. 67. WANTED TO BUY GOOD SET of twin beds or double bed. Ph. 56868.' WANTED TO BUY — Pony saddle. Phone 3576. '< USED spinet. Phone 8983. WANTED: Round table, 48" or wider. Phone 40152. 68. DOGS, OTHER PETS J A YEAR OLD Doberman Pinscher. 1904 E. Broadway. BEAUTIFUL registered Collie puppies, $20 . Phone 20736 or Lucerne 1-2707 collect. ' CANARIES, turtles, parakeets, mynah birds, pet supplies. Ph. 2268..- - . • • DOG and pet supplies. Also kitty litter for cat sanitation. King's Hatchery, Sixth at North. 6 Eskimo Spitz, purebred. San- gralea Valley, mile west of Onward. Ph. 4474, Walton. DOG beds,. collars, leads,. toys, cedar shavings. Buy them at Kasch's Pet & Lawn Supply, 524 E. Market. 71. UVESTOCK, FEED, ETC. FEEDER pigs Call ;) D. Lesh Creek 35 or 2112. ; COCKER puppies. Blonde. Phone 7142. 69. POULTRY DEKALB 101 -Pullets ready to . lay. Phone 4202 Logan Hatchery. 71. UVESTOCK, FEED, ETC. Feeder Cattle Sale Wednesday night Oct. 12 7:30 p.m. 400 White face and Angus steers and heifers 300-500 IDS. 100 yearling steers arid heifers, 50 Holstein steers and heifers,, 15 Angus and white face steer 441 calves. . " STQNEYPIKE, '. SALE BARN Logansport, Indiana' 6 WEANING pigs, Charles .Grandstaff. % mile • south, Vi mile east Lake Cicott. POLAND CHINA Boars. 60 open gilts. Warner Kessler, Ladoga, Sherman Kessler, New' Ross. HAMPSHIRE Boar, 2 years old. Very good. Twelve Mile 2787. FOR SALE: 50 Duroc boars, feed, conversion, certification and production. Farm 2V4 miles west of Burlington. Halph Rinehart & Sons, Ptione. 11, Flora. TETHA-PEKTUS rye, $1.10 per bu. Phone 2506 Walton. FOR SALE 2 year registered Holstein bull. J. L. Clemans. Ph. CA-3-2878, Rochester. ;, GOOD and choice stacker and feeder cattle, 200 heifers, 350'to 500 Ibs., 200 steers, 400 to 500 Ibs., 400 yearling steers, 550 to 700 Ibs., 75 Holstein-steers. C. H. Metzger and Son, Claypool, 2031 or 2032. 1 Hamp boar, full blood and registered. Phone Lucerne 1-2252. DUROC boar and gilt sale, Tippecanoe Co. Fairgrounds, south edge of Lafayette, Saturday, Oct. 15. . Show 4:00, sale 7:30 DST. Indiana Duroc Breeders. 700 NEW'FACES 300 choice black heifer calves 200 Hereford steer and heifer ' calves • 75 Holstein steers. 35 fancy Hereford yearling .steers Choice western calves arriving daily. LOGANSPORT LIVESTOCK YARDS , E. on 35 Ph. 2937 SPOTTED 'Poland ' 'Robert Martin, .Burrows.' " China boars. mile west BUY' Hubbard's'Sdnshihe feed, wholesale, 2-ton minimum order. Lester Elliott, wholesale distributor, Lucerne Ph. 1-2221. 1ARTIN steel raios, corn cribs, dryer grain bins, and utility buildings. Dale Davidson. Metes '58825," ... • HEfNOLD hog market, buying all classes of hogs, Monday through Friday', 7 'a.m. t° '*' P- m - No yardage, no cbminission. 'Royal' Center; .Phone 3295; • SIX ! DAY HOG MARKET No yardage or'commission • .Logansport Livestock-:Yards, Inc. Feeder Cattle ., Phone J92S 73. FARM COLUMN WANTED:,.;::Custom : 5'combining, good 'combine; also Vi" electric" 1 drill. Phone: 56509. ' SEED WHEAT—Plant Osborn's v Certified^ Seed' Wheat for best ' results. See .us- or .your- local dealer. Osbqrri Seed Service, Culver, Ihd. 1947 Dodge, good running condition; wagon, flare bed with hoist; manure spreader: ' Fred Richter, Camden. ELECTRIC pump jack, electric tank heater and others. Umberger Farm. Phone 56984: CURTISS FARMS Stud 'Service Dudley D. Bridge. Ph. Logansport 3«0fl, Royal Center 2185 Uicerne 1-2460. 77. MOBILE HOMES 1949 MODEL housetrailer. Yellowstone, 26 ft. Phone 56566.' STOP AND SHOP AT BAIRDS Biggest selection of, new and ••; used 'mobile homes' in this • area. -•.-;"••'.•. •.-'•"'••' SEPTEMBER SPECIALS 1959 36x10 Hartline .':;. $3500 1960 50x10 Great Lakes. 4825 1960 55x10 Detroiter".... 5175 1953 40x8 Pontiac ......'.. 2290 1953 27x8 Trailette ...... 1200 With good credit and as.low as $95 down, a mobile home can be yours at Bairds. , If you have furniture or anything of value to trade, let Baird bid on it. BAIRD'S MOBILE HOMES 2 miles south of Peru on U. S. 3] v , Phone GR-3-9808 : 1960 Shasta housetrailer, 16 ft. 823 Sunset Dr. .•".• ; ' " ?ERREE & Smith Mobile home sales. Ph. TW-3-32S5 or TW 3517?. V4- mi S. Akrec. accessories Buy, sell or trade. - J> mi. N W .on U. S. 35. Maple Surinas.. MORIARiTY Pole Buildings. New pillar beam construction. Wayne Johnson 56301. SMILEY pole buildings, top construction, lower prices. Deer Creek 3214. FOR SALE Dual wheat, cleaned and bagged. Phone Galveston 1-3122. ' ' 43 bred sows, Yorkshire cross; 2 Poland China boars and one hybrid. Alvin Anderson, 4 miles north of Delphi Rockfield Phone 60-21. ' ARRIVING Oct. 5 thru 8, 750 Hereford and Angus calves, weighing 325 to 500 Ibs. Also 800 calves arriving direct from the ranch, these are the very best: Harry Thorne, 1 mile north of Marion on State Roads 9 and 37., SAVE; SAVE, SAVE • 1100 bushel bar mesh corn crib with high pitched roof. 5 ga, steel. Regular $299.95. Sale Priced $269.00 10 ea. only 30 ft. Double Chain Elevator with folding hopper, transport and tires-. Regular price $460.75 Sale Price $377.00 5 ea. only 7' x 14' Flat Wagon, Deck and Box-. Holds 112 bushels. Regular $245.90 Sale Priced $199.00 1 only /SEARS; ROEBUCK ' & CO. 500 E. Broadway Ph. 4103 UME hauling, driveway stone, fertilizer. Ernest Homburg. Ph. . RnvaJ Center Community Sale Sale Starts at 1 o'clock Every Thursday Phone 3755 Bring Cattle to Be Tested . by 12 o'clock. Bridge ft Corner, Ancts. CERTIFIED LAPORTE SEED WHEAT - LESTER ELLIOTT Lucerne Phone 1-2221 GUTWEIN certified wheat of all varieties. Elvin Sadler, Phone 56150. 74. FARM IMPLEMENTS 32' ELEVATOR .with 5 H.P. mo- :tor, 1 wagon hoist jack. Earl (Bud) Miller. Phone 3056 Royal Center. 19S3 TRACTOR and open top v trailer. Wayne Lantz, Box 134, Tdaville. FOR SALE: Used 34 ft. double chain elevator with 10 ft; drag. Phone 40104 or 65437. WHEEL HORSE equipment, Penh's TV, Glymers. Phone Burrows. 26X. 1-row Wood Brothers corn picker; Montgomery Ward wagon, good rack. 3 miles south Lake Cicott. Ore Heiny. USED 4fl-ft. New Idea elevator; used Oliver Superior drill, 13- hole. Scheetz Oliver Sales, Lucerne. WANTED: Portable PTO hammer mill. J. L. Clemans. Phone CA-3-2878, Rochester, FOR SALE: Used 34-ft. double chain elevator with 10-ft. drag. Phone 40104 or 56473. 12-A John Deere combine,,in good shape. Burrows 29-C. Kenny Sharp. NO. 52 R. IHC-combine, cheap, ready to go.' Phone Galveston 1-3122. . FOR SALE: Holstein springer heifer. Wilbert Paschen. Phone 56823.- :. , ; PROFIT with feeder catfle. Wertheimer Cattle Co.. Camden PUREBRED Suffolk rams, $35 up. Alfred Harfke, Chalmers. TA-2-3758. • "* YEAGER & Suffiyan, Inc. Guaranteed feeder pigs available at all time* at Cunden, fed. JOHN DEERE MACHINERY New 3010 Diesel Tractor 4-16" bottom mounted plow 227 picker and sheller attach. Good, used Model 60 tractor New 730 Diesel tractor. THOMAS HDWE., Grass Creek INTERNATIONAL' or Minn. Moline single row picker, good running order, $135, $175. Rochester CApital 3-2078. . ' ' 7 1-row and 2-row New Idea pickers; also complete line of New Idea repairs. Ralph Yaritis, miles north on 25, •Phone 40498. mile west. AT.LIS CHALMERS Oliver Sales Service. Hoch Farm Supply. Winamac. .'-l CASE, New Idea, Sales, • Parts & Service. Winamac Sales Co. Ph. 39 FrancesviDe LO 7MJL - - .. " .GRAND.OPENING All-prices greatly'reduced and this ad worth an additional $100 off on any 10-ft. wide mobile home during our-grand opening, Oct. 8 and 9. Save up to $1400. Open 'til 9 p.m. Free favors and refreshments. JOHNSON TRAILER SALES U. S. 35 Southeast 4 Miles 79. AUTOS FOR SALE SPECIAL ,;.. 1956 Mercury, 2 door, 8 cyl. straight stick with overdrive. $595. WASSON BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind. 49 WILLYS Jeepster. New motor, new tires, good body. Ph. 2406 after 5:30. Anytime Weekend. 1960 Falcon for sale. Phone 3621. MECHANIC'S special, 1953 Chevrolet 4 door sedan, make offer. 1706 E. Broadway. 1959 Chevrolet 2-door sedan, 6 cylinder, low mileage; two 1960 Lincoln 15' camping trailers, both new. Can be sold for well under wholesale price. Phone 4137 or after 5 p.m. 50669. 1960 Ford Sunliner, all the extras, low mileage, will sacrifice for quick sale. Call Alan Hunter at 296 Flora, Ind. 1957 CUSTOM Ford 6. Straight stick, $775. 1957 Desota Sportsman, hardtop.' Fully equipped. 1 Ph 40158 evenings. 1937 Ford 2 door with Mercury motor, high lift cam, bore and stroke, hydraulic brakes and clutch, $200. Wayne Landes, Burnettsville. 1958 -MGA roadster, 15,000 miles, 1 owner. .Phone Wabash 758-J ' between 4:30 and S p.m. $1650. FOR SALE: No down payment, 1956 Buick 4 dr. Call 5103. Willie Newberry. ST. TRUCKS FOR SALE 1957 Dodge %-ton truck,' 8-ft. bed, nice and clean;' 1960 Valiant 4- door, standard trans, low mileage. Frazee Ford Sales, Inc., Flora, Ind. Phone 296. 1948 Ford %-ton; 1946 Je'ep station wagon; 1936 Ford %-ton: Phone 56272. 84. AUTO REPAIRS, GARAGES EXHAUST PIPES, tafl pipes and guaranteed mufflers. Free installation while you wait Jot Uhl, Phone JSld. 505 Front St MtW CAI OIAIHS (AMIUI B &R RAMBLEB MOTORS 801 £. Main, Logantport : . OOD«f BAIT • Dodge, Darts, Dodge Trucks. Thomas & Everman, 517 North St FOKO—fAlCOH Johnson Ford Sales—?h. 5103 ' 25th at E. Market St., Logansport Winamac Motor Co.-Ph. 54 214 Monticello St., Winamac. Ind. FRAZEE FORD SALES Flora. Indiana Ph. 29«, 1UICK WSE Buicfc-Chevrolet—Ph; 413S , 2nd at Broadway, Loganrport CHivnoirt MANN, CHEVROLET . • Flora, Ind. Phone 15S GRABLES Cnevrplet;Corvair Twelve Mile, Ind". Ph. 2241 Dillman ChevroUt—Ph. 4-012J St Bd. 24, aymers, Ind. '.-•:-;' Guy Urbin Auto Co.—Ph. 3121 Chevrofet Sales—Kewanna. Ind. i.H«YSlEK.~ PlYMOUTH — VALIANT Hendrickson Motor Sales, Inc. «7Third St - Ph. 5151 LINCOtN-MIRCUKY-COMET Hockman & Little, Inc., Ph. 308* Market 'at Eighth, Logansport PONTtAC WASSON-BUICK-PONTIAC Delphi, Ind ; Phones LO-4-3040 or L04-2415 For Quick Appliance Repair Call BARGAIN BARN APPLIANCE SERVICE Days 2821 Nights and Sundays 7414 Free Estimates on APPLIANCE OVERHAUL REALGAS HIGH QUALITY LOWER PRICES 818 W. Market Hi-Way 24 Seventh and North IStb and Woodlawn GET OUT THE VOTE CAMPAIGN - Boy Scouts Jim Dillman (left) and Mike Huff, members of Troop 3 which meets .at Daniel Webster school prepare materials to be used in the Get-Out-The-Vote campaign on Saturday, Oct. 29. The Scoutmaster is Gil Brown. Scouts in the Three Rivers Council plan to hang a. Liberty Bell-.placard on every front door in the area to remind citizens to vote. (Staff Photo) Scouts To Assist Vote! 7 Campaign FURNITURE LOANS Lincoln Finance Company Maria Smith, Mgr. Phon. 3295 Upholstery, Rugs Carpets cleaned in your'own home the "flower fresh" Duraclun way • no messy soaking.. • no harsh scrubbing for free estimate call DEALER'S NAME AND PHONE 'flMtr-fretli' el<Mi*j Carl's Duraclean -Service R.R: 1, Logansport Phone 5CS34 All-steel bar m*ih BEHLEN CORN CRIBS Stop Keif L.ng lif. Erection Sarvic* Av«if«b1* Wayne Myers Phone 3162 Local Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Explorers will be among some five million throughout the nation who will conduct a Get-Out- ers council is being divided into sections which will be assigned to specific packs, troops, and posts. The program was set up by the -The-Vote campaign on Saturday, I Council's camping and activities Oct. 29. committee, of which Floyd Rose Each district in the Three Riv- Chain Saw repair, sharpening, and sales. Saws from $89.50 up. Dealer for Homelite Saws. MAPLE GROVE SALES Galveston Phone 15055 KWUt KALL Pickup and Delivery Service We pickup and deliver anything, anywhere, anytime, from eggs to elephants. 1110 N. 3rd St. Phone 2779 or 21248 PUBLIC SALE 9 . On account of ill health, we will sell at Public Auction the following Property Located: One mile East of State Road 31; or One and One-half Mile West of Denver on State Road 16. Eleven Q'Clock Standard Time / Wednesday, October 12, 1960 PONIES 1 Buckskin mare, black mane and tail, 7 years old; 1 black and white spotted mare 6 years old. The above mares are bred to a Chestnut sorrell stud with white mane and tail. One pair matched 2 year old black ponies. They are bred to red sorrell with white mane and tail. One Chestnut sorrell 2 year old. Bred to same stud. Three spring mare colts; two spring horse colts. One red sorrell stud with white mane and tail, 3 year old. A beautiful stud. „ All these ponies have been raised on this farm. As nice a bunch of ponies you will find anywhere. Make a nice Christmas gift fpr children. Also one pair of Chestnut Son-ell geldings broke to pull. 4 and 6 year old. This team is well matched. CATTLE&HOGS Holstein cow 1 8 years old bred to Hereford bull, 6 gallon cow when fresh; Holstein-Guernsey cow 4 years old, 5 gallon when fresh. B^ed to Hereford bull. One 18 months old Hereford bull, out of Edwards herd, a good breeder. Yearling Holstein heifer. One open spotted cow. Some household goods arid several miscellaneous items. ,Not responsible for accidents. Lunch served. Terms Cash. Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey. Auctioneer George'Plotner; GR 3-4955 Clerk Virginia McGuire' is chairman, with the assistance of the Council' commissioner's staff under Oscar Beasey. The Scouts will knock on doors on that day and remind people to vote. They plan to distribute Liberty Bell placards to every home in the area. In general, Cub Scouts will work in the more accessible localities, Boy Scouts in places less easily reached, and Explorers in rural localities. It is hoped -that there -will ba nearly 100 percent participation among the over 3,000 Scouts in the Council. Members of the committee point out that the program has a twofold purpose: to instill in adult citizens the determination to exercise their' franchise and to help the boy himself toward an understanding of the responsibility of is a requirement for receiving the 50th anniversary of Scouting achievement award. A ribbon will be presented to each qualified unit and an emblem to be worn on the uniform will be awarded to each boy who qualifies. On the morning of election day. Nov. 8, Boy Scouts and Explorers will ring bells in churches, schools, and whereever else they can obtain permission. Members of the committee also point out the importance of registration and add that the deadline is Monday. Besides ringing bells and distributing leaflets, other activities are planned in the Council's three districts. Ei the Western district sound trucks will be used to carry the message. Scout" officials emphasize that the program is completely nonpartisan. It is being carried on in cooperation with Freedom Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. ACCEPT RAISE LONDON (AP) - Britain's 40,000 hospital and family doctors have voted to accept pay increases averaging $1,260 a year. The' raise from the state-run citizenship. • health service will make the aver- Participation in the campaign age physician's salary $6,790. Sale Calendar Driveways, Playground Paving Company Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 15—Harold H. Slusser Harry Bridge 15—Berkshire's Berkshire, Auct. 15—Berkshires Keith 'Berkshire 15—Harvey Williams . Murden Auct. 21—Howard Mutchler Rinehardt Oct. 22—U. P. Chambers, Est. Murderi Oct. 29—Cora Eisele Estate Keith Berkshire Nov. 5—William L. & Helen Eherhardt Monesmith PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my term 5 miles south of Logansport on State Road 29 and Vi mile west or 6 miles north of Deer Creek and H mile west on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 Beginning at 12:00 o'clock P. M. the following personal property: ' Farm Equipment 1 A.C. WD-45 tractor with power steering, live power take-off and wheel weights; 1 A.C. 3-bottpm 14" mounted plows; 1 A.C. 2-row cultivators, all purchased new in 1955; 1 International 4-row corn planter with hilldrop and check attachments, new in May 1960; 1 M.M. 8' disc, like new; 1 M.M. 4-secu'on' spring tooth harrow, good: 1 M.M. 2-section flexible harrow, good: 1 John Deere 2-row rotary hoe, new/in 1958; 1 John Deere double disc grain drill with all attachments, new in 1958; 1 Famous Ohio Caltipacker, like new: 1 New Idea side-delivery rake with tedding attachments, like new; 1 New Idea semi-mounted 8' mower, mowed less than 150 acres: .1 New Idea No. 19 power take-off manure spreader, 130 bushel bed, new in March 19*0; 1 New Idea manure loader No'. 50, like new: 1 A.C. grader with extension, new in 1959; 1 weed sprayer. 6-row. complete wilh drops and barrel, like new; 1 Wettimore hammermif! with sjx or more screens, 75 ft. of belt, all like new; 1 Chamnion Deluxe portable air compressor large.size, new this spring: 1 Viking grain elevator, 42' with hydraulic lift and 8-h.p. Wisconsin motor, will handle large bales, new in 1957; 1 Famous "Old Scratch" cattle oiler and.one 30 gal. drum of oil: 2-14' bunk feeders: one 100 gal.'hog fountain, like new: one 16' rabbit hutch with 7 individual compartments with feeders and waterers, many miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. Truck One 1950 Chevrolet 114-ton truck, equipped with: 1 Omaha grain bed and fold down stock rack combination with double deck for hogs, 1 chute and sides, 1 hoist, 20-ton, Harsch, this truck has less than 17,000 miles, must be seen to be appreciated. Livestock ; 2 Hampshire sows, double immured with erysipelas shots and brucellosis treatment with 16 nice pigs; 13 nice cibbett ewes. The above listed machinery- has been used to operate this 80-acr'e farm. All is in excellent condition, must be seen to be appreciated. TERMS-CASH. No property removed until settled for. Not |j responsible for accidents. " . Lunch to be served by the Mt. Pisgah Lutheran Church starling at 10:30 a.m. HAROLD H. SLUSSER, Owner Harry Bridge, Auctioneer Orville Etnire, Cleric

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