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16 Gofesburg Register-Mo if, Galesburg, Fridoy, Oct. 11, 1963 Market Reports Today New York Slocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock market midday prices: Admiral '23% Int T&T 48 7 i Aldens 22% Iowa P&L 56 V< Allegh Lud 40V4 Johns-Man 48 7/ g Alld Chem 52 Kcnnecott 78'.* Alld Strs 53 Kresge 27% Allis Chal 16% Kroger 29% Alum Ltd 2714 Alcoa 66% Am Air 28% ABC Pmt 28% Am Can 45% Am Cyan 56% Am M&F 18% Am Mtrs 21% Am T&T 128% Am Tob 28% Anaconda 49% Armour 39% Atchison 28% Avco 23 Bendix 49V« Beth Stl 32% Boeing 33% Borden 64% Borg War 49Vi Case 10% Catplr 44V 2 Celanese 52% Cent Soya y*% C&NW 28% Chi RI 26% Chrysler 94% Cities Svc 64 Coca Cola 103 Colum Gas 29% Comm Ed 50% Cons Ed 87% Cont Can 45% Cont Oil 62Vs Deere 65% Diana 9V4 Douglas 20% Dow Chem 59 Du Pont 244% Eastman 112 El Auto Li 25 Erie 3% Firestone 38Vi Flintkt 20% Ford Mtrs 53% Friden 43% Fruehauf 28% Gen Dyna 23 7 / 8 Gen El 78 Gen Fds 86 Gen Mtrs Wk Gen Tel 27% Goodrich 55% Goodyear 39% Grant WT 25% Gt Nor 53V4 Greyhound 47 Gulf Oil 47% Homestake 47% Hupp 8V4 111 Cent 50% 111 Pwr 38% Inland Stl 43% IBM 467% Int Harv 58% Int Nick 61 Int Paper 35 Lib McN 15 Lockhd 34% Mar Oil 57 Maytag 38% Min Hnywl 121% Minn Min 61% Monsanto 57% Mont Ward 37% Morrell 23% Nat Bis 54% Nat Can 16% Nat Dairy 65% Nat Gyps 47 Nat Ld 75V4 NYC 20% No Amn 49% Nor Pac 46% Nor St Pwr 34% Olin Math 42 Outbd M 14% Pac Tel 32% Penney 43% Penn RR 19% Pepsi Cola 56Vi Phil Pet 53 Piper Air 33 Pure Oil 42 Qua Oats 66V4 RCA 79% Rep Stl 41% Revlon 43% Rexall 37% Reyn Tob 40% Safeway 59V4 Schenley 22% Sears 98% Shell Oil 42% Simmons 43 Sinclair 44% So Pac 33V4 Sperry 18V4 Sq D 43% Std Bds 74% SO Cal 63% SO Ind 62% SO NJ 69% SO Ohio 66 Stude 7% Swift 39 Texaco 67% Texas Inst 80% Un Carb 107% Un El 28 Un Pac 40 Unt Air L 37% Utd Corp 8% Utd Fruit 20% Utd Gas 38 US Gyps 86% US Play C 25% US Rub 47% US Stl 55 West Un 31% Wstghs El 41% Wool worth 73% Yng S&T 121 Galetburg Grain Market Consumers Grnln & Supply Co. 1 P. M. Corn $1.06 Oats 61c Soybeans $2.59 Chicago Grain CHICAGO (API- High Low Wheat Dec Mar May Jul Sep Corn Dec Mar May Jul Sep Oats Dec Mar May Jul Rye Dec Mar May Jul 2.11 2.07 2.11 2.08 2.07% 2.04 1.74% 1.71 1.76% 1.72% Range Prev. Close close 2.09V4 2.11% 2.09% 2.11% 2.05% 2.07% 1.19% 1.23% 1.25% 1.16% 1.20% 1.22% 1.26% 1.24 1.24 1.21 .71 .73V4 .73% .67% 1.50% 1.54 1.53% 1.44% .69% .71% .71% .66% 1.73 1.74 1.16% 1.20% 1.22% 1.24 1.21 .69% .71% .71% .fifi '/t 1.45% 1.46 1.48% 1.49% 1.48% 1.48% 1.40% 1.41% 1.74% 1.75% 1.21% 1.25 1.27 1.28% 1.25% .71% .73% .73% .68 1.52% 1.55% 1.55% 1.45% Soybeans (Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug 2.83 2.87 2.89 2.93 2.92% 2.87% 2.89 2.84 2.77% 2.77% 2.87% 2.81% 2.81% 2.91 2.83% 2.83% 2.92% 2.86% 2.86% 2.97% 2.87% 2.97% 2.84 2.94 Final Grain Review CHICAGO (AP) — General selling on the Board of Trade dropped grain futures prices sharply lower late today. All soybean contracts at times were down the 10-cent daily permissible limit on heavy profit-taking and liquidation by longs. Trade observers termed the over-all slump of prices a technical setback after sharp recent advances that resulted from talk of Russia buying massive amounts of American grain. Corn was pressured by long liquidation and hedge selling. Rye followed wheat. Carlot receipts were estimated at: wheat 10 cars, corn 715, oats 3, rye 1, barley 5, soybeans 220. READ TH^ CLASSIFIEDS' 14th Annual Purebred BOAR SALE 55 Boars • 20 Hampshire Gilts TUESDAY, OCT. 29 Bus Garage, WoodhuII, Illinois Show 7:00 P.M. • Sale 8:00 P.M. For information or catalog Call or Write KEITH CLEMENT WoodhuII, Illinois Phone Day: WoodhuII 934-3241 Night: Alpha 529-4481 FOR SALE FARM Well located near Galesburg. One of the good farms consisting of 305 acres (more or less) all crop land except about 5 acres. Well fenced and good water supply. One set of buildings including good 8 room modern house. Possession March 1, 1954. Russell Griffith, Realtor R.H. 3, Galesburg, 111. Phone 342-9152 or 343-5725 Processing and Butchering BUTCHERING HOGS AND BEEF 6 DAYS EVERY WEEK. Our expert meat cutters assure you ol getting most cuts from your beei or hogs. Processed to your Individual family needs and packed in the best plastic coated freezer paper. BUTCHERING CHARGE: BEEF $5, HOGS $2.50 We Use A Dehairing Machine to Give A Packinghouse Job WESTERN ZERO LOCKER "Customer Satisfaction Is Our Aim" Grain Futures CHICAGO (AP)—The grain futures market turned sharply lower today under pressure of profit taking and liquidation by longs. Traders said the market appeared to be undergoing a technical setback following substantial advances during recent weeks. The bullishness imparted to most grains recently as a result of talk of a U.S.-Soviet wheat deal apparently has been discounted as a market factor now that the transaction has been confirmed. Wheat futures declined one to nearly two cents a bushel at the opening but later rallied somewhat from the bottom as selling subsided. Corn and rye were down several cents and soybean losses ranged from five to nearly eight cents a bushel during the first few minutes of trading. A government crop report which estimated soybean production this season at around 727 million bushels, somewhat higher than the trade had expected, resulted in heavy profit-cashing and liquidation by longs. Most traders had looked for a production of around 710 million bushels. About an hour after the opening wheat was % cent a bushel lower to % higher, December $2.11; corn 1% to 1% lower, December $1.19 '/4; oats Ms to % lower, December 71 cents; rye Vk to 2Vi lower, December $1.50; and soybeans were 5 VB to 6% cents lower, November $2.81Vi. Disabled workers have a place on our nation's labor force. FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW IDEA PICKER No. 20 Mounting* for WD45. Trad* for New Idea Pull Picker with Rear Elevator. JOHN MALLERY LaFayetie, 111. Phone 995-3173 UPPER AND LOWER APARTMENTS Recently re-decorated and thoroughly cleaned. Will rent separately or together. Tel. Office 342-6931 Res. 343-2681 ROOM ADDITIONS REMODELING CABINETS, Etc. — Free Estimates — WAYNE WEBSTER 343-1720 PLANT RYE THIS FALL and plow down a green manure crop next spring. BERGSTROM SEED & FEED CO. WOODHULL, ILL. STUMP CUTTING May cost MM than you think to gel rid oi that unsightly stump. Call DeWAYNE JOHNSON EXCAVATING Phone 342 -0111 NOW OPEN — THE EVERGREENS 1188 W. Main St.. Galesburg, 111. A Slate Licensed shelter care home lor ambulatory men and women. Reasonable rates, good care, well balanced meals. For appointment phone 342-3241. Mrs. Grace E. Zugg. operator. FOR SALE WHITE ROCK PULLETS 5 Months Old, Laying. PHONE MAQUON TR 5-3373 FOR SALE NEW FARM MACHINERY $$$ SAVE $$$ $1951.00 New Helix 2 in 1 Forage Box Rear End Unloader and Bunk Feeder Unloader Only S129S S898.00 New rirlix Mixer-Blender Auger Unloader on Rubber SS95 S681.00 New Case 4 Blade Rotary Field Cutter on Rubber — Only S449 S883.00 New Case 14" P.T.O. Portable Hammer Mill on Rubber. Only . S497 S998.00 New Case Wheel Type Tandem Disks - 18" Blades— Only —S639 $289.00 New Case Spike Tooth 24 ft. Harrows. Only . S199 S1033.00 New Cunningham Hay Conditioners on rubber— Only — S699 S64S.00 New Case 95 Manure Spreader. Only S449 S876.00 New Case 125 Manure Spreader. Only S595 Terms To Suit — We Give Worthmore One Dollar Stamps. Save As You Spend. Joy, 111. — Ph. 584-2311 FISHER SALES CO. WEAVERS APPLE HOUSE EAST EDGE OF ALTONA ON BLACKTOP Cortland Snow - Mcintosh Jonathan Red & Golden Delicious OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 'TIL 7 P.M. BRING BASKETS SWEET CIDER- Gal. 75e RYE: Bin run or cleaned and bagged, 1 bu. bags CALL NOW 343-3142 GRAIN ind SUPPLY CO Heating Cooking Thermogas A farm uses for all Tractor Fuel SELECT YOUR SHADE TREES NOW YOUR LOCAL LANDSCAPE DESIGNER ROBERT E. MILLER TELEPHONE 342-5549 GALESBURG OPEN SUNDAYS UNTIL 4:00 P.M. Telephone 995-3311 we, LA FAYBTfinrUMOif HARDY CHRYSANTHEMUMS Dig them yourself sole. Bring your own spade and containers. A bushel basket of blooms on each plant. All colors... 75c ea. OPEN SUNDAY LaFayette Greenhouse On the Home Nursery Ground, LaFayette, III. MaHttti at a Olane* By United Press International Stocks higher in moderately active trading. Bonds irregular. U.S. government bonds easier in quiet trading. American stocks irregularly lower. Midwest stocks higher. Cotton futures steady. Grains in Chicago: Wheat, corn, oats, rye, soybeans—lower. Hogs weak to 25 lower, top 16.25; cattle steady, top 25.35; sheep steady, top 19.50. FOR SALE 19SS Chev. 3/ 4 ion pick up truck. 4 spesd transmission, grain box and Mock rack. A-l ahapa. HAROLD EAGLE Wataga, III. Phont 375-6710 altar 8:00 p.m. FARMERS ATTENTION Naw galvanized 22 gauge building iheeii. Sc a aquara fool. Shaali 3'x20' — 13,00. 400 N. WHITESBORO Phona 342-08U COMPLETE TREE REMOVAL Fu I , I..!22 , 'J d — r,M Estimate POWEH STVMP REMOVAL OLSONS TREE SERVICE Call Collect — Trojan S-2103 Gilion, 111. Galaiburg, 111. — 342-6234 Dew Jtitet Avtnhjtt NEW YORK (UPD-Dow Jones 1 p.m. CDT averages: 30 indus 742.79 up 2.23 20 rails 169.64 up 0.55 15 utils 139.11 Off 0.09 65 stocks. 261.00 up 0.61 Drugstores are known as chemists' shops in England. RUMMAGE SALE 68 SO. SEMINARY Friday, Oct. 11 — 5 P.M.-I P.M. Saturday. Oct. 12—1 A.M .-2 P.M. Sponsored by Delta Zeta Alumna*. MIXED HAY WANTED Call or tea— Bill Bowan. eara CBftO STOCKYARDS Galetburg. III.—Tu 343-5611 Werthelmer Cattle Co.. Inc.— Angus Cottle FOR SALE Bulls, cows with calves, open and bred heifers. Ross E. Honno Little York, III. Phone RA 9-2162 FURNITURE AUCTION - 1521 E. GROVE ST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 - 10:00 A.M. RAIN OR SHINE As I have sold my home and moving into an apartment, I will sell my surplus furniture as follows: Admiral Air Conditioner; club chair; platform rocker; occ. table; 6x10 spice beige rug and pad; throw rugs; table lamps; hall tree: pictures; drapes; metal wardrobe; vanitay and bench; twin size bed complete with box springs and innerspring mattress; chest of drawers; some bedding and linens; bed lamp; 5 pc. melon and grey chrome dinette set; Coronado apt. size gat itove; double door utility cabinet; metal wall cabinet; electric washer; kitchen stool; regulation size ping-pong table with aluminum base; basketball bankboard and basket; dog bed; luggage; cut glass cruet; electric clock; artificial flowers and fruit; step ladder; hand tools; yard tools; storm door; porch swing; metal lawn chairs; dishes; pots and pans, and other items too numerous to mention. CORBINS AUCTION SERVICE. MRS. LOUISE PENICX, OWNER. KENT and COOK, Auctioneer!. FREDERICK ERICKSON. Clerk. PHONE 343-9033. REMEMBER! THIS SALE STARTS AT 10:00 A.M. SHARP, RAIN OR SHINE. PUBLIC AUCTION MOORE'S AUCTION HOUSE-534 East South St., Galesburg SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 12th - 7:30 P.M. Sharp Big selection of good clean merchandise going at Auction as follows: Gat fired floor furnace and controls, automatic oil heater used 2 tea- toni, "Evans" oil healer with blower, combination ttorm door, catt iron double batin (ink, big Silvertone Coniole 21" TV let like new. 4 table model TV seti in perfect working condition, antique oak secretary bookcase—this ii the best I have seen, "Maytag" round tub washing machine, perfect condition, 7x10 ft. green carpet and pad. Garland bottle gas range, "Welbuilt" apt. size gas range, lots of good straight chairs, rocking chairs, chrome red dinette like new, roll new 30" chicken wire, new Keystone home movie projector and camera with the revolving head, Mixmaster, works good. Craftsman wood plainer, this cost $98.00 new, auto parts, voltage regulators, starters, generators, V-belts, "Varcon" oil filters, 4 floor mats, parburetors, cement coloring, "EZ Ride" shock absorbers, "Monarch" cranckcase breathers, headgaskets, truck flares, water pumps, lots of auto articles, one room gas heater, 2 childs red overstuffed chairs, 30 gal. electric water heater, oak sideboard, hidabed, leather upholstering, good condition, dishwasher, Westinghouse automatic washer, ateel office desk. Hi Hi 4 speed record player, 2 treadle sewing machines, lots of dishes and small appliances. CECIL R. MOORE, AUCTIONEERS, Phone 343-3973 Frederick Erlckson, Clerk Terms: Cash No Responsible for Accidents Big Auction Every Week — If You Are Selling Call Ua REAL ESTATE AND HOUSEHOLD AUCTION 231 N. CEDAR STREET SAT., OCT. 12 - 11:00 A.M. As wa are moving out of State, we will sell our house & home furnishings to the highest bidder as follows: Pullman 3 cushion large davenport; this has to be seen to be appreciated. Zenith 21 in. console TV, only 2 yrs. old. Coo-coo clock, good condition, originally from Scottland. 9 by 10 grey twist rug. Beige club chair, 2 mahogany step-end tables. Matching table lamps. A walnut CREDENZA TABLE with extra leafs. Grey TV chair. 2 plastic automans. 2 metal book shelves. Nice 3 way bridge lamp. Mahogany coffee table, 6 drawer knotty pine twin dresser and nice chest to match. Matching twin beds complete with double size head board. Turquoise barrel-back chair. Spinet desk. 2 walnut desk chairs. 2 oval coffee tables. Portable 3 sp. record player. 2 Hollywood twin beds complete. Walnut book case. Kenmore vacuum sweeper, all attachments, 6 mos. old. 5 pee. Samsonite card table set. 5 pc. dinnete set with walnut woodgrain-formica top and 2 extra leafs. Phllco 2 spd., 4 cycle automatic washer, only 1 yr. old. GE 14 ft. combination freezer and refrigerator, turquoise exterior, 4 yrs. old. Kenmore Deluxe 30 in. gas range, 2 yrs. old. (visador oven). TV trays. Step stool. Complete set of Melmac dishes. Set of nice china dishes, service for 8. 12 nice goblets. 2 Chaise lounges. 2 lawn chairs. Briggs-Stratten rotary power mower. Garden cart. Dormeyer mixer. Pressure cooker. Set of silverware. Philco clock radio. 1903 Springfield rifle with new stock; this gun in perfect condition. Porch swing. Window fan. Barbecue grill. Pots, pans, dishes and more misc. items too numerous to mention. MR. AND MRS. SAM ANDREE, Owner Dale Coffey, Auctioneer. Bud Allen, Clerk. Auctioneer comment: This merchandise has to be aeen to be appreciated. Sale will be postponed in case of bad weather to Sat., Oct. 19, 11 a.m. REAL ESTATE: To be sold at 1:00 P.M. sharp. Nice income property. Three rooms & balh up with private entrance. 5 rooms and bath down. This home in good state of repair. New gas furnace. Nice back yard with patio. Upstairs apartment has been renting for $60.00 a mo. This property to be sold to the highest bidder, so if interested in a nice home and income property, give this your attn. Property can be seen by appointment prior to sale. 25% down day of sale balance on delivery of deed. Contact Mr. Andree, or auctioneer. EARN MORE WITH INSURED SAFETY Investments by the 15th Corn from the First with Insured Safety AT #0/lf£S7E4Z> AN [ 1 I ( ) AN A S h O C I A I I C ) N 250 EAST MAIN ST. Chtcaa* Cash Oreln CHICAGO (AP) - No wheat, corn, oats or soybean sales. Soybean oil 9V6n. SMOROASIORD Spoon River Cefe LONDON MILLS, ILL. — Every Sunday — Serving U:M A.M. to # P.M. ?5c - Child under If $1.50 - Adulti 10TO.AOOTIH Dent Dig Ut Vet* tewet Cell 3494f 1* - or Phene 3424430 READ THE WANT ADS! Antique and Furniture Auction 981 LINCOLN ST. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 - 1:00 P.M. RAIN OR SHINE As I have purchased the home and furnishings of the late Mr. W. Newkirk, 1 will sell the following: ANTIQUES: Beautiful hand painted china hanging lamp complete with prisms; satin glass organ lamp with baby fade; Gone With the Wind lamp; umbrella lamp; bracket lamp complete with reflector; rail lamp; brass hanging lamp; kerosene lamps; miniature lamps; extra nice grandfather clock dated 1840 and runs perfect; Seth Thomas clock; weight clock; other clocks; set of sleigh bells; copper tea kettle; chaffing dish; other copper pieces; all kinds of antique glass including carnival, pressed, vasolinc, opalescent, hand painted china; 2 antique guns; wall telephone; pitcher and bowl set; rose bowl; mustache cups; shaving mugs; claw foot organ stool; love seat; paintings; picture frames. FURNITURE; 2 TV sets: several record players; oak desk; commode; sewing machine; radios: Coldspot chest type deep freeze; 30 gal. auto, hot water heater; Warm Morning heater; oil burner with blower; deep well pump; Frigldaire automatic washer; Maytag automatic washer; glass gun case; Hoover sweeper; window fan; and many more items too numerous to mention. CORBINS AUCTION SERVICE. KENT and COOK, Auctioneers. PHONE 343-9033. MRS. M. TINCHER, OWNER. FREDERICK ERICKSON, Clark. REMEMBER THIS SALE TO BE HELD RAIN OR SHINE. CLOSING OUT SALE Having sold my farm I will hold a Closing Out Sal* at farm l'/i mile* South of Knoxvllla, 111. and East to first house on TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1963 at 12 O'clock. HOGS: 115 choice feeder shoats, vaccinated, casterated and wormed. 2 sows due to farrow first of Nov. MACHINERY: 1938 J.D. 420 tractor with wide front. This tractor has been used very little, fully hydraulic. 2 row J.D. cultivator, Woods Bros, corn picker good, 32' corn elevator, J.D. 2-14 plow, tractor spreader on rubber, 4 sec. wood harrow, good rubber tire gear and flare box, Power corn sheller good, 8' disc, 3 sec. iron harrow, good 2 wheel trailer w/stock rack, New Idea mower, J.D. 290 planter on rubber, 6' disc, 2-old wagons, high wagon, iron wheel wagon, spring seat, gas engine 4 H.P. used 2 seasons. Cattle self feeder, new 50 bu. hog self feeder, creep feeder, Cowboy tank heater, 300 gal. gas tank and stand, oil barrells. 2 single hog sheds, 1 double hog shed, 12 sheets 12' galvanized roofing. FEED: 200 bu. oats more or less. 500 bales good hay. 60 bales straw, few bu. corn. Some junk and many items too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible For Accidents. SAM ANDREWS—Owner Lunch on Grounds. Auctioneers: Lewis C. Marks, Michael E. Marks. Walt Lindahl and Carroll Marks, Clerks. KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY SALE INC. KNOXVILLE, ILLINOIS "Your First Local Auction. Your Best Local Market." PHONE 289-9213 "SALE EVERY MONDAY" MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1963 SALE STARTS AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP 50 Whiteface heifers, wt. 650-700 lbs. 40 Whiteface heifers, wt. 400-450 lbs. 30 Whiteface heifers, wt. 350-400 lbs. 25 Black heifers, wt. 400-450 lbs. 25 Whiteface steers, wt. 400-450 lbs. 20 Black steers, wt. 400-450 lbs. 30 Whiteface steers, wt. 650-700 lbs. 8 Mixed steers, wt. 600-650 lbs. 7 Hamp brood sows. 5 Mixed gilts. -v. 40 Hamp pigs, wt. 60 -W lbs. 100 Mixed pigs, wt. 80-90 lbs. 18 fat lambs. Unthrifty Hogs Will Not Be Accepted IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO SELL — Call Us for An Estimate or An Appraisal W. E. Bruniga Bill Reynolds Knoxville Sale Co. Farmington CH 5-2054 Galesburg, III. 289-9213 289-9213 AUCTIONEERS Lewis Marks — Carl Steck CLOSING OUT SALE As I have rented my farm and am quitting farming, I will sell the following personal property at auction at farm located \Vi miles north on Route 8 and 97 and 1','a miles west of Maquon, Illinois, on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, 1963 At 12:00 O'clock. 25—HEAD OF CATTLE—25 25 Good Yearling Angus Steers, 130—HEAD OF HOGS—130 90 head of good Hampshire shoats; 40 head of good Hampshire and Duroc shoats. These are good shoats and will weigh from 60 to over 100 lbs. and are vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas, MACHINERY 1941 International M Farmall on good rubber and in good condition, overhauled 2 years ago, and has been used on only 60 acres the last 2 years; 1948 International H Farmall tractor, motor in good condition: 2-row International cultivator; International manure loader; good Kewanee 40-ft. model 300 elevato r, only 3years old, and has been used very little; Stan Hoist hydraulic wagon hoist; A-C 5-ft. combine with power take-off; International side delivery rake; B.L. S. rubber-tired wagon and steel flared box; Sears rubber-tired wagon and steel flared box; Good international 3-14 plow; Kewanee 4- section harrow and folding drawbar; 2-row International tractor corn planter; 8-ft. International disc; International 7-ft. tractor mower; old 2-row New Idea corn picker; International endgate seeder; International tractor pulley for M or H; Larson 6-row sprayer. MISCELLANEOUS 2 Unico galvanized hog feeders with double-life bottoms, like new; Unico heavy gauge steel hog waterer tank, like new, with side lids; Life Time heavy metal tank with hog waterers; 3 galvanized tanks with hog waterers; Cow Boy tank heater; 3 gas barrels with connections and filler hose; hog catching crate; 6-in. endless 20-ft. belt; heavy log chain; barb wire stretchers; aluminum scoop; 6 heat lamps: water softener tank: good used truck tire; many other small tools and items found in a closing out sale. Maytag aluminum square tub washing machine; Philco combination radio and record player. 1953 Chevrolet 3 ,i-ton truck with grain box and stock rack, on good rubber, and motor in good shape. Consigned: 16 ft. North Star fiberglass runabout boat, 50 horse Evenrude motor with electric starter and Gator tilt boat trailer, all in good condition. TERMS: CASH. Not Responsible For Accidents. GLENN CLARK—Owner Lunch by Maquon Mothodlst church. CARL STECK. Aucion«#r. Phont TR 9-3576. Maquon, Illinois. WALT LINDAHL, Clerk. 4 %

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