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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES PAGE 18 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Thursday, Aug. 19,196 In the matter of d Indiana, before the Boar_ County, Indiana, that the proper officers of August, 1965, will consider the following budget: GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees 5 450 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer. 350 00 Salary of Marshal and Deputy Marshals 250 00 Compensation torney of Town At- 50 00 Services Contractual 1589 00 Current Charges 653 00 Total General STREET Services Personal $ 800 00 Supplies 25 00 Materials .-_925_00 Total Street Fund 51750 00 MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY FUND Materials $2000 00 Total Motor Vehicle High- way Fund ?2000 0 CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Services Contractual $1000 0 Total Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund $1000 0 Fund $3342 00 Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of Clerk Treasurer. Estimate of Funds to Be Raised FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR 1. Total clus: Budget Estimate for incoming year, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1966, in- 4g General Fund 00 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended .-- -;- ?170U ou 3. Additional appropriations to be made July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year ' Street Fund $1750 00 $1500 00 Motor Vehicle Highway Fund $2000 00 $1800 00 Cumu Capita Imp Fun $1000 0 FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY $2645 „- S2794 00 6. Actual balance, June 30th of present year.. |1™» 00 ?^b45 00 »^<»» u 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) -. $110 / uu 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present year to Dec. 31 of incoming year—Schedules on file a. Special taxes - CIQ^Q nn b. All other revenue - clfSs nn 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6, 7, 8a and 8bU__.._..._...~™™-.-.---..-...--..."-- ? 4165 °° $2645 00 JO! NET AMOUNT REQUIRED - TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. . 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5). ? 877 00 ¥ <>os uu $3304 00 $6098 00 11. Operating Balance (not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period) ----- | " \ "" 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) $1315 00 Propose a Levies Net Taxable Property. $194,900 FUNDS — flpnpral . . . - - • — ••• " Street .". Motor Vehicle Highway Cumulative Capital Improvement $ 605 00 $1362 00 $1362 00 $ 820 0 $ 820 0 $ 229 0 $ 229 0 Levy on Property $ .70 32 Amount To Be Raised $1315 00 $ 605 00 Total ..$132 Comparative Statement of Taxes Collected ana To Be Collected FUNDS — General Collected 1963 $ 607 00 Collected 1964 $4750 00 $1121 00 Collected 1965 $4095 00 $1920 00 To Be Collected 1966 $1315 00 $ 605 00 Tota l $2319 00 $5871 00 $4095 00 $1920 00 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined and presented to the county auditor not later than two days prior to the second Monday in September, and the levy fixed by the county tax adjustment board, or on their fail ure so to do, by the county auditor, ten or more taxpayers feeling themselves aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the state board of tax commissioners for further and final hearing thereon by filing a petition with the county a uditor on or before the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged, whichever date is later, and the state board of tax commissioners will fix a date for hearing in this county. Dated August 2, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 MRS. FLORENCE MEYER. Clerk-Treasurer. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES In the matter of determining the tax rates for certain purposes by Milford Civil Town, Decatur County Indiana, before the Board of Town Trustees, notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Milford Civil Town, Decatur County, Indiana, that the proper officers of said civil town, at their regular meeting place, on the 30th day of August. 1965, will consider the following budget: GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 225 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer 125 00 Compensation of Town Attorney 50 00 Services Contractual 527 00 Supplies 30 00 Current Charges — 10 00 Total General Fund $ 967 00 STREET FUND Services Personal $ 800 00 Total Street Fund $ 800 00 MOTOR VEHICLE HIGHWAY FUND Materials $1000 OO Total Motor Vehicle High way Fund $1000 00 CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND Materials—Street Imp $ 473 00 Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of Clerk-Treasurer. ESTIMATE OF FUNDS TO BE RAISED FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO General DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR Fund 1. Total budget estimate for incoming year, Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1966, in elusive $ 967 00 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended $ 500 00 3. Additional appropriations to be made July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year.... 4. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before Dec. 31 of present year.... 5. Total Funds Required (Add lines 1, 2. 3 and 4) „ $1467 00 FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY 6. Actual balance. June 30th of present year „ $ 687 30 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) $ 36 00 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present year to Dec. 31 of incoming year—Schedules on file a. Special taxes - b. All other revenue - $ 234 00 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6, 7, 8a and 8b) $ 957 30 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5) $ 509 70 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period) $ 287 00 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 and 113 $ 796 70 Proposed Levies Net Taxable Property $62,530.00 Levy on FUNDS Polls General ,j.. , «, ,. ,, .«— Street _ Total Cumulative Capital Improvement Fund $ 473 00 Motor Cumul. Vehicle Capital Street Highway Imp. Fund Fund Fund S 800 00 $1000 00 $ 473 00 $ 400 00 $1200 00 $ 744 58 ? 77 00 $1318 37 $ 821 58 $ 378 42 $ 378 00 $2041 00 $ 473 00 $ 841 00 $ 167 00 Levy on Property $ 1.28 .60 Amount to Be Raised S 796 70 $ 378 00 Total.. $ 1.88 $1174 70 FUNDS General _ Street Comparative Statement of Taxes Collected and To Be CoUected CoUected Collected 1963 1964 $1409 00 $ 537 00 $ 587 00 Total.. Taxpayersi appearing shall have a right to be heard th ereon. After the tax levies have been determined an, presented to the county auditor not later than two days prior to the second Monday in September andI th™l"vy fixe by the county tax adjustment board, or on their failure so to do. by the county auditor ten or more taxpayS feel gr'ntjepoVo^^^^^^ s^rbo'aVoft^om^^^^^ wl > ich — "•*"• *"er. ™« & To Be CoUected Collected 1965 1966 S 915 00 $ 796 70 SI830 00 $ 378 00 .$1996 00 $ 537 00 $2745 00 $1174 70 id !vy fixed or more taxpayers feelers for further and final 28 New Teachers (Continued from Page 17) Sandcreek Roger Anderson, principal. Pauline Guyer, English. B. K. Bedford, math and science. Harry Burgess, instrumental music. Noah Shouse, art. Donald Katterhenry, driver's education and business education. Mignom Capper, commerce. Mary Jo Fox, English and physical education. Dennis Gomel, math. Joyce Moenich, Spanish and bookkeeping. Marvin Pitcock, science, physical education and coach. Dated August 10, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 HELEN MORGAN, Clerk-Treasurer. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES August, 1965, will consider the following budget: day Budget Classification Servi-es Personal $11549 Services Contractual " 2660 Supplies "". 475 Material . Current Charges Current Obligations Properties Debt Payment -"""". .' Total Estimate $23524 (Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen in office of library.) Estimate of Funds To Be Raised FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31st OF INCOMING YEAR: 1. Total Budget Estimate for incoming year 2. Necessary expenditures, July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended 3. Additional appropriations necessary to be made July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year 4. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before December' sist of present year—not included in lines 2 or 3 5. Total Funds Required (Add lines 1. 2. 3 and 4) FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM " SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY; 6. Actual balance, June 30th of present year _ 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (December settlement) 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present year to Dec 31 of incoming year (Schedules on file): a. Special taxes b. All other revenue _ 9. Total Funds (Add lines 6. 7, 8a and 8b) "...'. "!.'"".. JO. NET AMOUNT TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC 31st OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5j.. " .„„.'.. 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expense January 1st to June 30 less Miscellaneous Revenue for same period)... . „ 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add HnMTo"»nd~ll)!ZZ!L.!";~;;;'.;".Z™";Z"l Fund Library ..$23524.00 ..$10852.89 $34376.89 .-S13353.36 ..$ 7999.47 .-$ 1445.00 -..$ 120»00 -S23997.83 ...$10379.06 ...S 9626.48 ...$20005.54 Proposed Levies Net Taxable Property $9,093.425 Funds Library Operating Levy on Property $ 22 Amount to Be Raised $20005 54 Total Comparative Statement ot Taxes CoUected and To Be Collected $ .22 $20005 54 Funds Collected Collected Collected CoUecteo Library Operating ?1 |j,« 89 ?1 ™* 6Q ? ,'|g 6 Total ............................................................................................................................ $18396 89 $17838 60 $18547 94 $20005 54 Taxpayers appearing shall have a right to be heard thereon After the tax levies have hren rtpterrmnorf OT.H presented to the County Auditor not later than two days prior to theMfconJT MondaJ in Septemb™ Sd tne levy fixed by the County Tax Adjustment Board, or on their failure so to do, by the County Auditor ten or mo?? taxpayers feeling themselves* aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners foi further and final hearing thereon by filing of petition with the County Auditor on or before the fourth Monday of September or on or before the tenth day after publication by the county auditor of tax rates charged whichever date is later and the State Board will fix a date for bearing in this County. Dated this 27th day of July, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 JETHRO A. MEEK. President of the Library Board, HUBERT G. STUliliKNBEKG, Secretary of the Library Board, HELEN K. BUSSELL, Treasurer of the Library Board, ANNA PAUL LOWE, MINNIE J. MILLER VAN P. BATTERTON. Human Behavior Lab Is Feature A computerized human behavior laboratory is a unique feature of the new seven-story Krannert Graduate School of Industrial Administration Building at Purdue University. The laboratory, to be completed by early in 1966, is expected to be the finest of its kind in the country. It will use electronic equipment for research in such fields as marketing and management decision-making. Sharing the building with the Krannert School is its undergraduate twin, the School of Industrial Management, and the agricultural economics department. Joseph Rankin, industrial arts and social studies. Nelson Reese, English. William Roberts, vocational agriculture and biology., Edward Shuter, social studies and English. Howard Shake, social studies. Bonnie Lawhead, home economics. Gene. Faulkner, grade 1. Annette Burgess, grade 1. Marie Mpnter, grade 2. Louise McCullough, grade 2. Sue Nordhold, grade 3. Candace freibic, grade 3. Barbara Mffligan, grade 4. I. U. Research Is Aimed at Traffic Research aimed at helping to cut the traffic death" top'by solving some of the vision problems of motorists is being carried out at Indiana University by Merrill Allen, professor of optometry. Among his recommendations are less glaring chrome trim, no tint in windshields, light car colors to make them easier to see, and green tail-lights to avoid confusion with red stop lights and turn signals. NAMED FOR PYLE Indiana University's journalism building is named for Ernie Pyle, the famous World War II newspaper correspondent who was an editor of the Indiana Daily Student, campus newspaper, as an undergraduate. Francis Thompson, grade 4 Ernest Kerns, grade 5. Janice Bartells, grade 5. Richard Martin, grade 6. Onalee Martin, grade 6. Sandusky Robert Jenkins, head teache and grade 6. Helen J. Bokelman, voc music. John Croy, band. Noah Shouse, art. Nellie McWilliams, grade 1. Lorene Shirk, grade_ 2. . Olive Tumilty, grade 3. Lena Platt, grade 4. Cylde Harley, grade 5. St. Paul 0. Dean Gardner, princip and math. Agusta Avery, vocational horn economics. David Douglas, science and as sistant coach. Helen Gardner, business edu cation and home economics. John Gwaltoey, social studie Robert Mitchell, math, coac and physical education. Irvin Fox, driver's- educatio and business education. Joan Rogerson, art. Steve Marrs, music. Phosia Wright, English and brarian. Doris Zetterberg, commerc and Spanish. Ruth Ann Shake, grade 1. Phyllis Clark, grade 2. Glenn P. Golden, grade 3. Evelyn Mills, grade 4. Charles Clark, grade 5. Frank Hahn, grade 6. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES August, 1965, will consider the following budget: Services Contractual 4022 00 Supplies «5 00 Current Charges 4910 00 Current Obligations 45 00 Properties 700 00 Total General Fund .$13952 00 GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 600 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer..- 300 00 Salary of Marshal and Deputy Marshals MOO 00 lompensation of Town Attorney 0 UU Compensation of Firemen 1450 00 Complete detail of budget estimate may be seen In office of Clerk-Treasurer. Estimate of Funds To Be Raised fg^lc^PsY^IN^MS^YE 3 ^: 1. Total Budget Estimate for incoming 2 Necessary 'expenditures, July 1 to Dec. si of present year, to be 8lSSffl.^^»tnS!KsTp^8rgp=^: 4. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before Dec. 31st of present STREET FUND Services Contractual $ 5500 0 Materials 500 0 Total Street Fund. .$ 6000 0 CUMULATIVE IMP. FUND Cigarette Tax .$ 1785 0 Total Improvement Fund..$ 1785 0 ?• T^f £«& 3 Mt p 5Sf 1 'V^^^T^^ 8. Miscellaneous Re = *£*£%&»££ " *~« **** a. Special taxes - b. All other revenue 10 : NE'T ZM^U^IQU^D T 7 6 BE SSu^FoinBaSSis Tonicr _.S20417 30 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5Ol-yj--^"--=5- 11 Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period)....-—••----•—-- •;'n"--"A""i"i"> TO BE RAISED BY TAX LEVY (Add lines 10 ana 11> Proposed Levies I 2428 53 : 5438 21 ? 3407 51 $11274 25 $ 9143 05 $ 2500 00 $11643 05 Net Taxable Property $566,635.00 Funds — eneral Street Levy on PoUs Street Fund $ 6000 00 $ 2297 40 S 8297 40 (190 82) $ 317 33 $ 7278 39 $ 7404 90 $ 892 50 $ 500 00 $ 1392 50 Levy on Property $ 2.06 .25 Total... $2.31 Cum, Imp Fund $ 1785 0 $ 1785 0 $ 1785 0( $ 1785 0( Amount to Be Raised $11643 05 $ 1416 58 $13059 63 Comparative Statement ol Taxes Collected and To Be CoUected Funds — eneral Cumulative Buiiding Fund To Be Collected Collected Collected CoMected 1963 1964 1965 1966 _ $12110 43 $13776 71 $14120 67 $11643 05 .... $ 268 00 $ 791 36 $ 1416 58 ....? 1746 22 $14856 65 $14044 71 $14912 03 $13059 63 Total—.—.-.....-—..-.—.—————" •• —-- "" • ~ »K.,II howo o riirfit to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined, and Taxpayers appearingshall.have s ^rlgh^ toth ^ 1n |^ oa ^|| prtor to ^ e second Monda y in September, and the P e r vy"fixed by £- £°-# ^Ariius'taent 30^40^ their faUure so to do, by the County Auf" loiter, ten or more Dated August 10, 1965. D—Aug. 12-19 MERLE C. WTNKLER, Clerk-Treasurer. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES GENERAL FUND Salary of Town Trustees $ 720 00 Salary of Clerk-Treasurer— 600 00 Salarv of Marshal and Deputy Marshals 3000 00 Compensation of Town Attorney 100 00 Services Contractual 4113 00 Supplies 50 00 Materials 1000 00 Current Charges 7800 00 Total General Fund $17383 00 FUNDS REQUIRED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR Materials Total 1500 00 2000 00 00 STREET FUND Services Personal S 1000 00 Services Contractual 1500 "" Properties jOOO Materials - 4500 Street Fund $ 9000 00 CEMETERY FUND Services Personal $ 720 00 Services Contractual 2300 00 Properties "00 00 Total Cemetery Fund $ 4720 00 Estimate ot Funds To Be Raised SEWAGE CUMULATIVE FUND Debt Payment $ 3600 00 Total Sewage Cumul. Fd...$ 3600 00 CUMULATIVE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS FUND Street Lights $ 500 00 Building Repair 640 00 Streets 1000 00 Total Cumul. Capital Improvements Fund $ 2140 00 General Fund Street Fund Cemetery Fund Sewage Fund Cumul. Capital Imp Fund . \_/ UJ^W. O4. V^i' iJ.*^V*>i^"*J iAJ^lil. ^ 1. Total budget estimate for incoming year, Jan 1 t °J Jec ; ?17383 „„ $ 900 o 00 $ 4720 00 $ 3622 39 $ 2140 00 2. Necessary expenditures, July i to Dec. s'i of present year, to be made from appropriations unexpended... .... ....... -......? 9684 72 $ 3421 82 3. Additional appropriations to be made July 1 to Dec. 31 of present year 4. Outstanding temporary loans to be paid before Dec. $ 5000 00 5. TotalFunds Required"(Add"linesT,"'i"Fand"4)""~lZ $27067 72 $12421 82 $ FUNDS ON HAND AND TO BE RECEIVED FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN PROPOSED TAX LEVY « ,„, an « 4Q11 15 6. Actual balance, June 30th of present year....... --. $ 7117 40 S 4H.J1 ID 7. Taxes to be collected, present year (Dec. Settlement) $ 6339 04 8. Miscellaneous revenue to be received July 1 of present year to Dec. 31 of incoming year—Schedules on file. h A^rother^evenu'e' .".'".'--".'1$ 2657 29 $ 9638 60' 9. Total Funds (Add lines e""Y, aa'^A'sii)----------- - ? 16113 73 $ 14569 7S ? 500 ° °° ? 10. NET AMOUNT REQUIRED TO BE RAISED FOR EXPENSES TO DEC. 31 OF INCOMING YEAR (Deduct line 9 from line 5) $10953 99 11. Operating Balance (Not in excess of expenses from Jan. 1 to June 30, less misc. revenue for same period) $ 4500 00 12. AMOUNT TO BE RAISED BY TAX'LEVY (Add lines 10 and 11) . $15453 99 00 $ 7222 39 $ 2140 $ 1990 00 $ 1610 00 3600 00 $ 2140 00 $ 2140 00 $ 3622 39 $ 3622 39 Proposed Levies Net Taxable Property $979,025.00 FUNDS ; eneral Sewage Cumulative Fund Levy on PoUs Levy on Property $158 .37 Total.- $1.95 Amount to Be Raised $15466 59 $ 3622 39 $19088 98 Sewage Total Comparative Statement of Taxes CoUected and to Be Collected To Be Collected Cpllecte,d Collected Collected 82 $14611 43 «J£§ 28 66 _ _ _ _ $ 3604 83 $12945 82 $14689 43 $17174 11 $19088 98 39 Taxpayers appearing shaU have a right to be heard thereon. After the tax levies have been determined and presented to the county — " — •" — -"' ------- --*-+*- ------ ^ •..—-. — =- o-_»._i ----- ,—j «,= to™ fivert by the county tax at" hearing thereon by filing a'petitiori^iS toe J county~auditor an or before "the fourth Monday of September or on or ...... after publication by ^ the cqunty auditor of tax rates charged, which ever date is later, and the before the tenth day a: , »„„„ _, — , state board of tax commissioners wffl fix a date for hearing in this county Dated August 10, 1955. D—Aug. 12-19 W—Aug. 13-20 DONALD W. REED, Clerk-Treasurer. PUBLIC SALE We will sell at public auction, 3 miles south of Millhousen ,7 miles west of Napoleon, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 21 Beginning at 12:30 p. m. FAKM EQUIPMENT—1950 Ford tractor, good condition; Dearborn plows, two 12"; Dearborn cultivators; Allis Chalmers 60 combine with motor; Co-op gravity bed; Coby wagon and bed; Coby wagon without bed;'Case baler with Wisconsin motor; Case single chain elevator; New Idea corn shredder; Van Brunt drill, 13-hole on rubber; New Idea corn picker, one row; John Deere side delivery rake; John Deere rotary hoe; spike harrow, 60-tooth; cuiti- packer; 6-ft. disc; John Deere spreader on steel; furrow opener; old rotary hoe; Black Hawk corn planter; cultivators for F-12; Mayrath sprayer; tractor seed sower; dump scoop for tractor; lime spreader; clipper fanning mill; Ford heat houser; 8-hole metal hog feeder; Simplicity garden tractor; Wright chain saw; and Lombard chain saw. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND MISCELLANEOUS—2 small bedsteads, springs and mattresses; cane bottom chair; 3 rocking chairs; stand table; lard press; Mirro-matic pressure cooker; 2 gas brooders; water separator; fruit jars; stone jars; electric broiler; water fountains; feeders; small step ladders; copper boiler; push plow; 300 Ib. beam scales; tractor umbrella; hand cart; pump jack; 2 log booms; extension power take-off for Ford; small harrow; some small tools and miscellaneous items not listed. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. MRS. CHARLES YOUNG MRS. CECIL YOUNG Andy Huff, auctioneer. Napoleon UL 2-4895 The Ripley County Bank, clerk. PUBLIC SALE Having discontinued farming, the undersigned will sell at public auction the following personal property, located 15 miles southwest of Greensburg, 5 miles northwest of Westport, 1V4 miles north of Jackson School then % mile east, follow arrows. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25 10:30 A. M. 21 HEREFOHD CATTLE—2 cows, 2 and 3 years old, calves by side: 6 cows from 3 to 8 years old; 4 steers from 350 to 400 Ibs.; 6 heifers from 350 to 400 Ibs.; 2 year old bull, good quality. Cattle Bang's tested. 74 HOGS—5 Hampshire sows with third litters; 9 Hampshire sows, due in September. Sows vaccinated and Bang's tested. 60 shoats from 65 to 170 Ibs., vaccinated. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT—2 round feeders, cast iron bottoms; 2 hog fountains; 8 hog pans; 4 two-ft. troughs; cast iron tank heater. 1,000 bushels good corn. Claude Ponsler — Mae Cooper FARM EQUIPMENT—1960 fflC Farmall 340 tractor, A-l condition; Allis Chalmers C tractor; Allis Chalmers 1-row corn plow; IHC 7-ft. tractor mower; IHC No. 200 TW tractor manure spreader; IHC No. 263 A cultivator, mounted; 1960 IHC No. 37 wheel disc harrow, like new; HIC hoer-KC^Nd: 249 corn planter, mounted; IHC side rake and tedder; Ottawa 42 ft. elevator; Allis Chalmers No. 66 combine; Van Brunt 12-hole wheat drill; New Idea pull type corn picker, 2-row; Oliver 2-14" breaking plow on rubber; Garber tractor grass seed sower; Coby flat top wagon on rubber; flat top wagon oh rubber; old corn wagon; roller; Black Hawk 2-row corn planter; single disc; trailer wagon; Case 16" breaking plow on rubber; 9 ft. cultipacker; 5 ft. mower; 2 false end gates; steel barrel; wooden barrel; cross cut saw; scoop shovels; pitch forks; garden plow. HAY AND STRAW—540 bales new hay; 57 bales old hay; 175 bales wheat straw. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—2' Siegler oil heaters, 6-room size and 4-room size; stove pipe; 2 stove boards; 9x12 rug; living room suite; Il'3"xl2 rug pad; 9x12 rug pad; stone jars; milk cans; milk strainer; kitchen cabinet; glass door cupboard; bookcase; feather bed; twin tubs; 275-gallon fuel oil barrel; other small household articles. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Claude Ponsler — Leona Ponsler Lunch Served By Ladies of Waynesburg Christian Church Lewis Beesley, Auctioneer. Ralph Williams, Clerk. Harold Oakley, Cashier. See these new POWERLQCK RULES now at 314 WEST MAIN *££^^o-S POWERLOCK TAPE RULES With Mylar' Clad LIFE GUARD YELLOW 7 BLADE * DuPont Polyester Film 1 LOCK HEAVY DUTY TRUf Better Visibility...Easier Reading STANLEY r® THE TOOL BOX OF THI WORLD Cardboard and desk blotters at The Daily News.

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