Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 10, 1972 · Page 7
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Play Spencer, Algona Next Weekend ESTHERVILLE DAILY NEWS, MON„ JAN. 10, 1972 Page 7 Midgets Clip Emmetsburg, Fairmont Nip Cards With Grems On Bench VARSITY NAME FG FT F Pts. ESTHERVILLE Grems, B. 10 2-3 5 22 Fransdal 3 3-2 3 9 Groth, M. 11-1 2 3 Fftzgibbons 0 9-4 3 9 Hess, W. 4 3-2 1 11 Summa 2 0-0 5 4 Brandt 6 3-0 5 15 Hartman 0 0-0 0 0 TOTALS 26 21-12 24 73 FAIRMONT Hanson, J. 2 1-0 2 5 Hansen, A. 2 0-0 2 4 Hulberg, S. 7 7-5 4 21 Sparks, D. 2 2-2 5 6 Stewart, J. 3 0-12 6 Waldon, F. 0 2-15 2 Walters, C. 4 1-1 2 9 Larson, G. 10-0 0 2 Hanson, M. 3 9-1 0 15 Ziemer, A. 0 0-0 3 0 TOTALS 24 22-12 25 70 Score by Quarters Estherville 13 17 19 24-73 Fairmont 16 17 12 25- 70 Numerous surprises, odd officiating calls, and appearances of the Midgets back-to-back game jinx all appeared to be present Saturday night before the Mid­ gets rallied in the third quarter then starved off a fourth-quarter surge by Fairmont to nip the Cardinals, 73-70. "We really needed to play and win a close one," Hess stated after the game, "and this is a good one." The first of the strange calls was a false double foul when the foul is committed before the ball is put in play. In such an instance, the person which is fouled is permitted to shoot the free throw then the ball is brought to the center of the floor for a jump ball. Fairmont also was called for a technical foul against the bench during the game and suffered a second technical late in the contest when calling its sixth time out, both times giving the Midgets a free throw plus possession of the'ball. The victory was the Midgets' second in as many games against non-conference foes, boosting the season record to 8-2. The early stages of the game were all Fairmont as the Cardinals moved in front 6-0 in the first two minutes of play before Joe Fitzgibbons put the first Estherville point on the board with a free throw. A three point play by Bob Grems and a free throw by Lee Fransdal cut the Cards margin to two, 7-5 with 3:42 left to play and Estherville finally taking its first lead in the contest, 1312, following two free throws and a goal by Doug Brandt with 1:15 left in the quarter. But Fairmont's Mark Hanson, in the game as Steve Hulberg and Al Siemer each had collected three fouls, sank both ends of a one-and-one free throw and reserve Craig Walters hit a two- pointer, to put the Cards in front 16-13 at the quarter stop. Estherville was unable to regain the lead in the second quarter of play but bounced back twice from eight point deficits to trail by only three, 33-30, at the end of the first half. The third quarter really belonged to the Midgets, outscoring the Cards 19-12, as the assists by Fitzgibbons and Fransdal opened Grems up for nine points in the quarter. Estherville's lead was as high as eight points, 48-40, with 1:22 left in the quarter before Hulberg, back in the game and playing with four fouls, hit a goal and the first of a one-and-one free throw and Jeff Stewart hit from the field with 17 seconds left. The fourth quarter saw the toll of fouls take effect on both teams from the earlier rugged play under the boards and pressure defense all over the floor. With 2:20 left and Estherville in front by four, Fairmont's Dick Sparks committed his fifth, three in the final quarter, then one second later the Midgets' Scott Summa left the game with his fifth. Fairmont proceeded to go. in front, 68-67, on two free throws and a goal by Hulberg and a two- pointer by Jim Hanson when the Midgets lost Doug Brandt on his fifth personal with one minute left. In the next ten seconds Fairmont's Frank Waldon and Estherville' s Bob Grems had committed their fifth fouls and Fairmont still in front, now by a 7069 margin. But Marty Groth put Estherville back in front by one, 7170, with an easy layup and, after the Midgets got the ball back following a technical when Fairmont called its sixth time out, Joe Fitzgibbons calmly stepped to the line and sank both ends of a one-and-one opportunity to boost the margin to three points with 13 seconds left. Despite playing on a weak ankle, sprained during Christmas vacation, Grems hit 22 points to lead the Midgets for the second consecutive night Brandt came off the bench to add 15 points, and Hess had 11 to top the Midgets. The only two Fairmont players to reach the double figures were Hulberg with 21 and Mark Hanson with 15. Grapplers Fall at Clarion VARSITY RESULTS 98-Pat Biddle, (c), dec. Mike Ryan, 4-0. 105- Bill Soesbe, (C), dec. Dennis St. Lawrence, 7-0. 112- John Wilson (C), pinned Pat Clarken, 5:40. 119—Jan Anderson (C) dec. Brian Iske, 2-1. 126- Bruce Nail, (C) pinned Greg McDonald, 1:58. 132^- Jerry Hoyt OO^piimed Doug Miner, 1:02. 138 - Scott Nelson (C) dec. Gary Dahl, 8-1. 145— Dave Askvig(C) dec. Randy Pomeroy, 11-3. 155— Glenn Higgins (E) dec. Dan Schroeder, 9-2. 167—Frank Boever (E) dec. Rick Hardinger, 4-2. 185-Randy Smith (C) pinned Bob Moyer, 5:20. Hwt. — Tim Roosa (C) pinned GaryStrube, 2:17. Clarion rolled to victories in the first eight matches, won ten of the 12 individual matches including five via falls, to pound the Midgets 45-6 in handing Estherville its worst loss of the season. Estherville's dual record dipped to an even .500 for the season, 2-2 with the victories coming against Sheldon and Emmetsburg. The only two Midgets gaining victories were Glenn Higgins at 155 pounds and Frank Boever at 167, both gaining decisions, 9-2 by Higgins and 4-2 by Boever in the consecutive matches. "Some of the matches were closer than the score indicates," coach Dee Brainard stated of the dual, citing Pat Clarken for putting up a good battle against Clarion's experienced John Wilson and Dennis St. Lawrence in a 7-0 loss to Bill Soesbe. The dual was also the first competition for the Midgets since Sheldon on Dec. 21, prior to Christmas vacation. The match also idles the Midgets until Saturday afternoon and evening when traveling to Le- Mars for an eight team tournament, which includes teams from LeMars, Sioux City Heelan, Vermillion, S.D.; South Sioux City, Neb., West Lions of Havondue, Sheldon, Sibley, and Estherville. Higgins, after watching his first eight teammates go down to defeat, built up a big lead before allowing two third period points in the decision. Glenn had a takedown and predicament in the first period, added an escape and takedown in the second and scored on a takedown in the third after giving opponent Dave Askvig an escape in the third. Askvig's second point was an infraction by Higgins. Frank Boever also opened the first period with a takedown to gain a 2-0 lead after the first two minutes of action. Clarion's Dan Schroeder, however, reversed Boever to tie the score in the second period but a reverse by Boever put him back in front, 4-2, at the quarter stop. Neither wrestler could score in the final two minutes. The competition opened with Clarion's Pat Biddle picking up a 4-0 decision at 98 pounds from Mike Ryan, scoring on a takedown in the first period and a reverse in the third. At 105 pounds, the Cowboy's Dull Soesbe handled Dennis St. Lawrence 7-0 with a first period takedown, a reverse in the second and near fall in the third period. Estherviiie's Pat darken fell behind the Cowboys John Wilson, 13-0 before being pinned at 1:40 in the final period in competition at 112 pounds. Brian Iske, wrestling at 119 pounds, came the closest topick­ ing up an early win for the Midgets but fell 2-1 to Jan Anderson. All the scoring was in the second period with Anderson gaining a reverse and Iske an escape. The Cowboys' Bruce Nail pinned Greg McDonald in 1:58 of the first period after gaining a takedown at 126 and Jerry Hoyt pinned the Midgets' Doug Miner in 1:02 of the first also after a takedown. Clarion's Scott Nelson followed with an 8-1 decision from Gary Dahl at 138 pounds and Dave Askvig nailed the Midgets' Randy Bees Continue Win String Estherville's Junior Varsity cagers, continuing to improve, put away two more victories over the weekend, nailing Emmetsburg 56-44 Friday and Fairmont 49-38 Saturday. The wins boost the Bees' record to 7-3 with all seven wins coming after losses in the first three games of the season. Balanced scoring highlighted the Bees both nights. Friday against Emmetsburg, Brian Guge paced theattackwithl4points, Kevin Buell hit 13, Mark Anderson, Jim Wiley, and Mike Brashear each had eight, Bill Fenton four, and Jim Bothwell one. Saturday night, Anderson was high with 11, Willey hit 10, Guge nine, Buell seven, Fentonand Jim Bothwell four each, andBrashear and Ron Biittner two each. Saturday night against Fairmont, the young Cards jumped in front 4-1 in the early stages of play but saw two-pointers by Fenton and Buell knot the score at 5-5 with 2:44 left in the quarter. Then it all belonged to the Bees, rolling out in front 13-10 at the end of the first period, and ieading by as much as six, 20-14, in the second quarter before Fairmont narrowed the gap to two, 20-18, at halftime. Fairmont kept the threat alive in the third period, tieing the score in the opening seconds of play, then opening up a six point advantage, 30-24, with 1:51 left to play. But Anderson hit two points and Buell four, all field goals, to knot the score at 30-30 at the end of the third quarter. Then the Bees caught fire, ripping off five goals and three free throws to pull in front 4332 in the first four minutes of the final stanza. Although trading points with the Cards from that point on, Fairmont could never mount another threat. Friday night was a much easier game as the Bees pulled in front of Emmetsburg 7-1 in the first minute of action, held a 16-12 advantage at the end of the first quarter and were in front 36-22 at halftime. A major factor in the Mid­ gets big halftime advantage was the balanced scoring from the field by Guge, Anderson, and Buell, each with four field goals. Willey had also chipped in two goals and the Bees were eight of 13 from the charity line. The young Midgets boosted their lead to 18, 47-29, at the end of three quarters and coasted home to victory. High scorer for Emmetsburg was David Kruse with 17 points. Both Guge and Buell pulled down ten rebounds against Fairmont while Guge did most of the damage against Emmetsburg with seven. BEES BOXSCORE J. V. Matmen Defeated JUNIOR VARSITY 98— Mike Lindstrom, C, pinned Mark Peterson, 2:43. 105— Oliver Anderson, E, dec. Dennis Sporaa, 11-10. 112—Tim Reed, C, dec. Dave Brobst, 10-2. 119— Randy Grover, C, pinned Dennis Dammann, 2:32. 126—Jim Schaffer, C, pinned Rick Johnson, 4:55. 132—Merlin Loux, C, pinned Dan Bagan, 3:57. 138— Keith Pohlman, C, pinned Scott Evans, 1:29. 145—Jim Borel, C, dec. Jim Fitzgerald, 6-2. 155— Dan Hawkins, C, pinned Ray Hood, 1:32. 167—Mark Nourse, E, dec. Brian Kay, 4-1. 185—Bryan Moffitt, E, won by forfeit. Hwt. — Dave Stansberry, C, pinned Chuck Tostenson, 1:50. Estherville's junior varsity grapplers also took a tough whipping from Clarion, the Bees falling 48-12 as the young Cowboys rolled up nine individual victo­ ries including six falls. Scoring Estherville's only points were Oliver Anderson with a 11-10 decision at 105 pounds, Mark Nourse with a 4-1 decision at 167, and Bryan Moffitt winning by forfeit. Anderson, involved in the highest scoring match of the night, pulled out in front of the Cowboys Dennis Sporaa 5-2 after the first period, scoring on a takedown and near fall before giving Sporaa a reverse. In the second period, Anderson had a predicament before both wrestlers scored reverses but he had a 9-4 advantage. The tide turned in the third period with Sporaa having two predicaments before both wrestlers again each mastered reverses before the time ran out. Nourse opened the first period with a takedown against Clarion's Brian Kay but gave up the escape to lead 2-1 at the end of the round. The second period was scoreless but Nourse added a reverse in the final period. NAME FG FT F Pts. ESTHERVILLE Guge 4 6-1 4 14 Anderson 4 0-0 3 8 Buell 6 1-3 3 13 Fenton 0 4-1 4 4 Willey 4 0-2 5 8 Bothwell 0 1-2 1 1 Brashear 4 0-1 3 8 Nourse 0 0-1 0 0 Biittner 0 0-0 0 0 Schultz 0 0-0 0 0 TOTALS 22 12-9 23 56 EMMETSBURG Laaveg 1 1-1- 5 3 Brennan 5 3-1 4 13 Dunnigan 0 0-3 1 0 Kruse 8 1-2 3 17 Mohrhauser 2 0-1 2 4 Goddard 0 2-2 1 2 Cooper 1 3-0 2 5 Fogarty 0 0-1 0 0 TOTALS 17 10-11 18 44 BEES BOXSCORE NAME FG FT F Pts. ESTHERVILLE Guge 4 1-1 3 9 Anderson 4 3-1 1 11 Buell 2 3-2 2 7 Fenton 2 0-0 2 4 Willey 4 2-3 4 10 Bothwell 2 0-1 1 4 Brashear 1 0-0 1 2 Biittner 1 0-0 0 2 TOTALS 20 9-8 14 49 ALGONA Gould 6 4-1 2 16 Ness 3 2-1 4 8 Dahlke 1 0-0 0 2 Coombes 3 1-2 2 7 Anderson 1 1-1 4 3 Dudding 1 0-2 5 2 Hilmer 0 0-1 0 0 TOTALS 15 8-8 17 38 Nip E-Hawks Second Time In League Estherville rolled to its third consecutive Lakes Conference basketball victory, 83-47, over Emmetsburg Friday night but was still unable to gain ground on League leading Storm Lake or second place Cherokee. The Midgets, currently third in the Lakes standings, are two games behind unbeaten Storm Lake and one game behind second place Cherokee. The Midgets are, however, 6-2 with the second half of the conference season underway and with both the leaders left on the schedule. Early appearances of the Friday contest made the Midget fans question if coach Hess' cag­ ers took the E-Hawks too lightly as Emmetsburg was out in front 5-0 in the first three minutes of play and rolled up a 1511 lead during the first quarter of action. Pomeroy 11-3 at 145 pounds. Clarion's Randy Smith pinned Bob Moyer in 5:20 at 185 pounds and Tim Roosa pinned GaryStru­ be in 2:17 in heavyweight competition. Commenting on Clarion'steam, Brainard stated "I feel they will be one of the top two or three teams in the class'AA' state meet this year." Clarion has Roosa and Wilson back with both finishing second in last year's second place finish along with Askvig who was also in the state meet. But the second quarter proved a completely different story as Marty Groth and Doug Brandt came off the bench to team with Wayne Hess and Bob Grems and the Midgets went rolling off to a 40-22 halftime advantage. Grems, Hess, Brandt, and Groth each accounted for three field goals in the second period, as Estherville took its first lead in the game, 18-17, just prior to two minutes of play expiring and gradually moved the advantage to 18 points after the first 16 minutes of play. The third quarter was much the same story with Estherville again registering 29 team points and all five Midgets seeing considerable playing time in the third period accounting for at least two field goals. Grems had his best quarter in the third, hitting ten points from the field. The final quarter was again a low scoring affair, with most of the Midgets' points coming from reserves which had not seen much earlier action in the game. Grems again controlled the boards for the Midgets, pulling down 14 rebounds with seven coming off each board. Scott Summa also collected seven rebounds for Estherville with the Midgets hauling in a grand total of 50 errant E-Hawks shots in the game. Grems also copped the Estherville scoring honors with 22 points, Hess had 13, Brandt 12, Groth 11 and Fransdal 10 as 11 of the Midgets were in the scoring column during the game. Emmetsburg failed to have a player hit the double figures for the game as Craig Nicholson was high with nine and a host of E-Hawks finished with seven points each. Although being limited to just five points in the game, Joe Fitzgibbons again made his presence felt with three assists and four stolen balls during the game. Summa also had three assists and Hess finished with four interceptions during the night. Estherville returns to Lakes Conference action Friday by hosting Spencer, currently in fourth place in the Lakes with a 4-4 record. NAME FG FT F Pts. ESTHERVILLE Grems, B. 11 0-0 3 22 Fransdal, L. 5 0-2 2 10 Summa, S. 0 0-1 3 0 Fitzgibbons 2 1-0 2 5 Hess, W. 6 1-1 3 13 Bown, J. 0 2-0 0 2 Groth, M. 3 5-0 1 11 Brandt, D. 6 0-0 3 12 Rullestad, C. 1 0-0 0 2 Brandt, C. 0 0-1 1 0 Hartman, B. 1 0-0 1 2 Bothwell, R. 1 0-0 1 2 Mergen, P. 0 0-0 1 0 Knox, R. 1 0-0 1 2 TOTALS 37 9-2 22 83 EMMETSBURG Laaveg, J. 2 3-1 1 7 Leners, E. 2 3-1 0 7 Brumm, J. 3 1-3 3 7 Nicholson, C. 4 1-4 4 9 Wright, D. 3 1-1 4 7 Sedlock, S. 2 3-2 0 7 Brownlee 0 0-0 0 0 Bisenius 0 1-3 1 1 Gowans, D. 0 0-0 0 0 Lenertz, D. 1 0-0 0 2 TOTALS 17 13-15 13 47 Score by Quarters Estherville 11 29 29 14- 83 Emmetsburg 15 7 13 12-47 Lakes Leaders Gain Wins LAKES CONFERENCE All Conf. Games Storm Lake Cherokee Estherville Spencer Sibley Spirit Lake Emmetsburg Sheldon W 8 7 6 4 3 1 1 1 L 0 1 2 4 5 7 7 7 W 8 8 8 4 5 3 1 1 and 51-45 at the three-quarter mark. Rick Stief led Spencer with 17 points, Wayne Pickering finished with 12, and Jeff Rose had 10 points, all in the first four minutes of play. Sibley was paced by Dan Hart- zell with 21, Dan Wessels hitting 15 and Jed Ellerbroek with 14. Cherokee Rally Clips Spirit Lake A second half rally boosted Cherokee's six-point halftime lead into a 20-point victory, 8464, to lead the Braves in sole possession of second place in the Lakes. Dude Phipps paced the Brave attack with 31 points while teammate Jim Linebaugh wound up with 16. High for Spirit Lake were Jerry Inbody with 18 and Jim Colbert tallied 12. Cherokee also captured the junior varsity contest, 46-37. RESULTS FRIDAY NIGHT Estherville 83, Emmetsburg 47 Storm Lake 73, Sheldon 44 Cherokee 84, Spirit Lake 64 Sibley 64, Spencer 56 GAMES FRIDAY NIGHT Spencer at Estherville Sheldon at Spirit lake > Sibley at Cherokee Emmetsburg at Storm Lake BY CHUCK OSTHEIMER Sibley appears to be the surprise team in the Lakes Conference, after getting off to a slow start with four straight losses, winning three of the last four games including a 64-56 victory over the Spencer Tigers Friday to make a bid for a first division berth in the Lakes. In other action, conference leader Storm Lake pounded Sheldon 73-44, second-place Cherokee dominatedSpirit Lake 84-64, and third place Estherville rolled over Emmetsburg, 83-47. The result is Storm Lake still is in front of the Lakes standings with the perfect 8-0 record starting the second half of action, Cherokee one game back in second place and Estherville two games off pace in third place. All Lakes conference schools are now idle until conference play resumes Friday night with Spencer at Estherville, Sheldon at Spirit Lake, Sibley at Cherokee, and Emmetsburg at Storm Lake. Balance Paces Storm Lake, 73-44 Balanced scoring by Storm Lake offset the excellent play of Mell Wallinga as the Tornadoes rolled to a 73-44 win in Lakes action Friday night. The game was no contest from the start as Storm Lake pulled in front 19-7 at the end of the first quarter, held a 32-22 lead at halftime and was in front 4628 after three quarters. Storm Lake was led by Rich Nickels with 14 points, Jeff Jenkins hitting 13 and Lenny Trudo with 12 points. High for Sheldon was Mell Wallinga with 12 points. Wallinga also pulled down 15 rebounds in the game. In the junior varsity contest, Sheldon edged the Tornadoes 5047. Fourth Quarter Leads Spencer Spencer rallied from a nine- point deficit in the fourth quarter to go ahead of Sibley 5452 with five minutes in the game, then were held to two points for the remainder of the contest as Sibley pulled out a 64-56 win. Spencer led 18-10 at the end of the first quarter, Sibley was in front 32-27 at intermission Fort Dodge Nails Wolves JUNIOR COLLEGE BOXSCORE NAME IOWA LAKES Schacherer Jtramme, ,. . Buckingham Kees Hanna Berryhill Pohlman Coleman Ohrtman Hulst Anderson TOTALS FG FT F 1 0-1 5 9 4-4 , 0 0 1-2 0 1 1-0 2 1 2-0 5 2 2-0 2 0 0-0 0 2 2-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1-1 1 0 0-0 0 16 13-8 15 2 22 1 3 4 6 0 6 0 1 0 FORT DODGE Funke 5 1-0 2 11 Tone 10 0-1 3 20 Harris 4 0-1 3 8 Linder 6 0-0 1 12 Lawrence 12 4-0 1 28 Hawkins 5 3-2 0 13 Birocci 0 0-0 3 0 Gwgano 4 1-1 1 9 Gilliard 0 0-0 10 TOTALS 46 9-5 15 101 Halftime—Fort Dodge 38,, Iowa Lakes 15 Again feeling the blunt of an inexperienced team, the Iowa Lakes Community College Wolves were set down by a top caliber Fort Dodge unit, 10145, in action Saturday. "For the first six minutes we played them a one-point game," coach Ben Hix stated, "but then they went into a zone and we did what they wanted and it was all over. "About the only consolation we have," Hix added, "is to try to regroup before Tuesday night and do our best against Waldorf." Waldorf is the second of a four- game road stand for the Wolves before returning home for only their third game of the season against NorthwesternJ.V. on Jan. 15. Following Waldorf Tuesday is Mason City there Thursday and Northwestern there Saturday night "Waldorf is much the same caliber of team as us," Hix feels, "but we will have to go out and play ball to beat them." Waldorf does have two excellent guards but is also lacking in height. Returning to the Fort Dodge contest, Hix stated, "John Hanna played a fine game and Bill Kramme did a fine job against Wes Harris." Only Kramme was effective against the Panthers, however, collecting 22 points in the game with ten in the first half and 12 the second. Eighteen of Kramme's points came from the field. Then the Wolves dropped off in scoring rapidly with Mel Berryhill and Richard Coleman net* ting six points each, John Hanna four, Steve Kees three, Joe Schacherer two, Jim Buckingham and Mark Hulst one each. Kramme also was strong off the defensive boards for the Wolves with 11 rebounds and, with four on offense, pulled down 15 for the game. Rounding out the Wolves total of 32 rebounds in the contest were Schacherer with remainder of the team with one or two. Fort Dodge's balance also was obvious in the game as Tony Lawrence topped the scoring with 28 points, Chuck Tone hit for 20, Charles Hawkins 13, Tim Linder 12, Jim Funke 11, Dana Gargano nine, and Wes Harris eight. Tone went into the game as one of the top five scorers in junior college play in Iowa. The Wolves were held to 12 points in the first ten minutes of play but proceeded to limit Fort Dodge to 16 over the same period. In the remainder for the tlrat halt, however, Fort Dodge outscored lows 'Lakes 22-3 tor * 38-15 halftime lead. Then the Panthers poured in 34 points during the first half of the second half to eight for the Wolves and outscored Iowa Lakes 29-22 in the final ten minutes. The Wolves also saw Schacherer and Hanna leave the game on fouls while no Panther was in serious foul trouble all night Each team committed 15 fouls in the game. PUBLIC Due to ill health I will hold a public auction on farm located from South edge of Terril, 1 mile South and 3 miles West on: WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12 Sale Starts at 12:45 p.m. 2 TRACTORS 1965 Minneapolis Moline 602 diesel with wide front end and wheel weights, narrow front end, heat houser; 1962 John Deere diesel model 730 with electric start, 3 point hitch, narrow and wide front ends and all new tires. POWER MACHINERY New Idea mounted corn picker, 4 years old; John Deere front mount cultivator model, 400, rolling shields; Minneapolis 7' trail type mower; John Deere 610 4-bottom 14" trip plow; 32* Melroe drag with portable transport; John Deere 50' elevator with PTO; John Deere 4 bar side delivery rake; John Deere model 127 Gyamor mower stalk cutter; John Deere model CCA 14\& ft. field cultivator; Multiple tillage for planter; Minneapolis 14.6 ft. wheel tandem disc with| greaseless bearings. OTHER MACHINERY & MISCELLANEOUS New Idea rubber tired wagon with 8x16 flat rack; 2 Rubber tired wagons with l l h xl2 barge boxes and hoists, one with new tires; Wards rubber tired wagon with flare box; Terfehr 5 bottom stubble turner. FEED EQUIP. Arts Way model 400 grinder mixer with extension auger and magnets; 8 ft. x 14 ft. truck box with St. Paul hoist, new pump, on truck frame with 8.25x20 tires; 24 ft. bale conveyor; 4— 16 ft. feed bunks; 10x12 walk in hog feeder; 8x10 walk in hog feeder; 18 ft. hay bunk; Water tank; Other miscellaneous feeding equipment. MISCELLANEOUS 2 Acetylene tanks; Forney electric welder; John Deere hydraulic cylinder; Minneapolis hydraulic cylinder. AUCTIONEER NOTE: Very few small items. Will be starting with machinery at 1:00 o'clock. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS USUAL AUCTION TERMS NO PROPERTY REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR LAWRENCE M0RTENS0N CLARK AND CLARK- Auctioneers TERRIL STATE BANK-Clerk

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