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Board Proceedings (Continued from page 6) "Ihelmn Spurgeon, Assisting Engineer ____________ John H. Rode, Meetings (S, MilV- •Jens M. Soronscn, Meetings & Mileage .. _ . A. M. Kolln-,ch, Meetings & Mileage H. S. Scheppmann, Meetings & Mileage . __ Charles H. Newel, Meetings & Mileage _, Dick Baadc, Labor Raymond Baade, Labor Ed Blanchard, Labor _. Milton Bobo, Labor Noble L. Crouch, Labor E. M, Downs, Labor Howard p. Esscr, Labor Alvin Swing, Labor , John Eller Jr., Labor ^ Donald Frideres, Labor Ernest Godfredsen, Labor Jess Halverson, Labor Harry Helmke, Labor Harry Helmke (Mrs.-, Labor Edward Hammond, Labor Clarence Hentp.es, Labor Clifford Holmes, Labor W. A. Hedrick, Labor '___ Clarence H. Ites, Labor A. J. Kollasch. Labor Ray Keefe, Labor „. Gaorqe W. Kockler, Labor R;ilph Markla, Labor _ Harvey F .Morgen, Labor Ferdinand Meyer, Labor _ Roelf E. Milter, Labor ... -_ Herbert C. Ncllls, Labor Urban Neurofh, Labor E. C. Ohm, Labor ._ Willard Ohm, Labor ..' Earl L. Paulson, Labor _J Richard Reynolds, Labor Roy A, RohMn, Labor Edward Rkke, Labor Lrm Sfockwoll, Labor John Schueler Jr., Labor Bert Shpllmcver. Labor . William F. Schrader, Labor __ Louis Schcpomann, Labor _.._ Charles W. Thompson, Labor __ Harlan Wichtcndahl, Labor ._ George Wering.i, Labor • r.rich Willrett, Labor .•_ Paul A. Willev, Labor _ Orvi^le Weiland, tabor _ James Walker, Labor C, E. Zaugct, Labor .... Henry Zweifel, Labor .__ L. M. Merritt. Labor & Mileage Clarence Priebe, Labor & Mileage ... . Robert Lang, Field Assessor __ Poor Fund Northwestern Bell Telephone, Telephone Service- ._ Mrs. John Briggs, Care & Keep Marvel Immerfall, Mileage __ Acme Chemical Co., Fuel "Thompson Distributing Co., Materials . _.. „.-_ Swcirtz Hdwr?.. Materials „ . P. V.* Jansp. Medical care _... Dr C. HI. Cretzmcycr, Medical care - _. _.... .. Ru'.k Drug, .Drugs '_ L, S. Muckey, Plumbing parts _ Norton Machine Works, Repairs .. .. ... Ernie Williams, Materials _ Kohlhaas Hardware, Supplies ... Lowell Samp, Sun. & Daily Register . Harvey Jerqenson, Labor Leslie Southard, Labor of delivering bread • Algona Co-op Creamery, Milk & Butter :.„ Algona Lockers, Locker Rent Algona Locker Plant, Butchering — . .. Graham's, clothing j F,-irm Service Co., Gas Skelly Oil Co.. Fuel F. C. Nc\vlin, Hogs . „. Robmion Produce, Feed __. ... Hodrick, Vedrt, Rent Ado Flowers, Cnre & Keep Charles R. Miller, Rent 21732 392.62 328.63 444.87 36211 401.71 240J9 23768 233.58 8820 276.89 269.78 254.80 24768 195.83 174.20 271.68 227.68 12994 200.00 267.68 282.06 249 57 246.66 271.68 26566 161.51 239.47 271.68 317.42 257.32 253.58 257.68 280.66 Myron HOGS 30 2 2J 4 19 . 233.58 257.68 255.01 43.12 276.66 278.90 271.68 187.91 257.68 306.21 238.78 308.87 257. 68 307.91 267.68 266.66 256.66 304.95 232.30 133.76 109.41 316.33 19.90 90.00 61.32 201.82 2.31 8.40 32.00 7.60 31.50 IS. 83 1.90 38.40 4.02 5.50 18.00 93.30 149.90 12.00 18.60 38.13 50.37 364.39 160.00 127.40 10.00 45 00 30.00 50.00 Mlnnia Thaves, Rent 15.00 D. R. Cook, Rent' -.. 25.00 First Trust i Savings Bank, Light bill 11,63 Or. F. X. Crotzmeyer, Medical care ------ 144.00 Buffalo Center Clinic, Hospital care _.. 8.00 Hancock Memorial Hospital, Hospital care .. ' 80.30 Cooks Drug, Drugs 53.74 Holy Family Hospital, Hospital care 37.90 P. O. Nelson, Medical care 10.00 Clear Lake Medical Group, Medical cars * 25.00 C. H. Cretzmeyer, Medical care 26.00 Rusk Drug, Medicine 375.04 St. Ann Hospital, Hospital care 1,550.53 J. G. Clapsaddle, Medical care 144.75 Bahne K. Bahnson, Medical care 95.00 John M*. Schutter, Medical fare 224.25 R R. Horton, Medical care . 108.00 Dr. R. K. Richardson, Medical care ;. 1 54.00 H. D. Meyer, Medical care ._ 65.00 L. A. Bascom, Medical care - 34.50 Hugh S. Geiger, Medical tare _ 83.85 Park Hospital Clinic, Hospital care _. 12.15 T. J. Egan, Medical care 9.00 Sarlyle C. Moore, Medical care 8.50 'R. W. Beardsley, Medical care _ 3S.-38 State Sanatorium, Hospital care 17.03 C. D. Snydcr, Medical care 46.00 Ralph Braught, Medical care _. 62.50 P. V. Janse, Medical care 16.00 Donald J. Welp, Medicine .. " 6.26 University Hospital, Hospital care 177.50 Hutzell's, Supplies 4.16 N. E. Schroeder, Abstract 37.00 Hood's, Food 30.00 Hertzkc's Grocery, Food. 42.00 Potter's Market, Food 85.00 Wilson Brack, Food 24.00 •Alqona Co-op Creamery Co., Milk 8, Butter. 7.80 Boorio Super Value, Food _• 48.00 Thriftway, Food <. 24.00 Council Oak Stoes, Food 55.00 Letts Creek Store, Food 22.00 Farewey, Food 25.73 Vera's Grocery, Food 42.00 Grahams, • ClotHing 6.35 Algona Cemetery, Grave opening 25.00 Swan Funeral Home, Ambulance 10.00 State of Iowa, Aid to Dependent Children 1,152.50 State of Iowa, Aid to the Blind 76.36 F. S. Norton t. Son, Merchandise -- T6.80 K. & H. Co-op Oil Co., Fuel ._ 38.71 Standard Oil Co., Oil ..'. 64.78 Skelly Oil Co., Oil 27.14 Standard Oil Co., Oil 62.80 M. VanderWaal, Oil 10.72 Mildred A. Taylor (Kossuth Oil Co.), Oil _.., 57.15- Rapid Thermo Gas Co., Gas _•_• 15.00 Micl West Service Co., Fuel ,,15.60 Lynch Oil Co., Oil 16.76 Russ S, Ky Oi, Oil 35.47 Cities Service, Oil 33.38 D-X Sundry Oil Co., Oil 66.45 Farmer's Co-op Elev. Co., Coal . 26.70 Emmotsburg Nursing-. Home, Care & Keep 60.00 Ettie Curtis, Care & Keep _- 95.00 Boys' & Girls' Home, Care & Keep - 45.00 Delta H. Falvey, Care 8, Keep 99.01 Home of the Good Shepherd, Care & Keep 135.00 Lutheran Welfare Society, Care & Keep 49.50 la. Children's Home, Care & Keep .-_ 33.50 Effie Curtis, Care & Keep .. 115.00 Roberts Nursing Home, Care & Keep 70.00 Norma Oclkcrs, Care & Keep - 171.43 Rose Hahlc Care & Keep 8.00 On Motion adiournment was taken until January 10, 1956. H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor. • BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1956 A. D. SECOND DAY JANUARY 10, 1956 ThD Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County met to take inventory at the County farm. Those present were H. S. Scheppmann, chairman and members were A. M. Kollasch, C. H. Newel, Jens Sorensen, and John CATTLE 28 Dairy Cattle 5 Heifers, 2 yr. old ' 4 Yearling Heifers 13 6 month Yearling Heifers 5 ., Bucket Calves 1 Butcher Steers 1 Bull 1 yr. old 1 Steer 5 mo. old 1 Butcher Heifer 1000 POULTRY 350 ' Laying Hens HAY, GRAIN, & FEED 3000 Bu. Corn 1800 Bu. Oats 150 Tons Ensilage 2000 .Bales Hay 1600 Bales Straw 100 Bu. Ground Hog Feed 80 ' Bu. Ground Cattle Feed (S) I $ ffb 200.00 125.00 100.00 60.00 15.00 100.00 1.25 1.25 :65 10.00 .75 .60 1.25 1.00 5,600.00 625.00 400.00 780.00 75.00 100.00 180.00 40.00 140.00 $ 7,940.00 437.50 3,760.0$ 1,170.00 • 1,5(50.00 1,500.00 960,00 125:00 80.00 AUerson, Rent _ 50.00 None. INVENTORY OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM T.iken January 10, 1956* Brnocl Sows (Gilts) f<i) 50.00 Bn.irs (ff! 80.00 F.it HCQS /}) 21.00 Old Sows (ffi 32.00 Fall Pigs r ( , 10.CO H. Rode. Absent: 1,500.00 160.00 504.00 128.00 190.00 $ .2,482.00 MACHINERY 1950 Ford 3/4 ton pick-up Two bottom tractor plow Three bottom Massey-Harris plow Threshing Machine & Drive belt New Corn Planter « Potato digger Side Rake (Hay) Endgatc seeder Drag harrow Spring tooth harrow Manure spreader (Hone Drawn) Farm & Truck wagon boxes Hay loader Hammermil! with drive belt Fanning Mill Tractor disc Potato Planter Grain Elevator t Self Feeders / Running gear with box Strainers * (ft 8-Gal. cream Cans fff 5-Gal. cream cans ' (ft Surge Milking Machine—4 units * Cream Separator . Model U Allis Chalmers Tractor Case Corn Picker Stock cutter Hcg Fountains Litter carrier .' Used McCormiek 10 Ft. binder 1 - . Used McCormiek 7 Ft. mower 1 Weed sprayer 2 Chicken watorers ^ 4 Chicken feeders fa I Hog schute Other shop equipment & hand tools. Grindstone, 2 ladders, 2 wheelbarrows, spades, wire cutters, stretchers, scoop shovels, dirt shovels, .log chains, 10 forks, 2 metal bas. kets, 3 axes, cross cut buck and hand saws, scythes, six 12 qt. pails, hog troughs, scaulding kettle, picks, crow bars, hammers, pipe wrenches, pinchers, corn knives, brace & bits, belting, 2 lawn mowers, gas pump and tank 1 Farmall super H. & Cultivator I Electric drill MISCELLANEOUS 1 Oil burner for furnace & 1000 gal tank 1 Transformer & Electric wiring to house Water System Fruit cave Cresco Light & Power share 6 Oil burners v 1 Emergency Dynamo power plant 1 New water pump for furnace 1.00 4.50 3.50 3.75 5.00 $, 9,085.00 600.00 50.00 155.00 300.00 . 260,00 100.00 150.00 15.00 35.00 50.00 25.00 250.00 87.00 50.00 35.00 185.00 5.00 225.00 100.00 75.00 3.00 27.00 10.00 250.00 250.00 250.00 750.00 155.00 60.00 98.00 125.00 125.00 . 75.00 7.50 20.00 ' 15.00 400.00 1,400.00 40.00 2 Long Iron Roasters 2 Granite roasters 3 3-Gsl. Cream cans 5 Butchers steels 5 Enamel mixing'bowls 3 >• Cooking forks 11 Paring knives 1 G. E. Refrigerator 4 Muffin tins 2 Granite bowls 1 • Double boiler 12 Pie tins 6 Dust pans 3 Bread pans ,.. 1 'I ube pan 5 Aluminum cake pans 2 Round cake pans 8 Dish pans 6 Lamps 2 Kraut cutters 6 Ironing boards & covens 4 20 qt. kettles , 3 8 qt. kettles 4 10 qt. palls 3 Wash tubs 1 Washing machine 1 Work table 1 Laundry machine & dryer 1 Mangle 1 Electric rteater 1 Porcelain table 2 Wash boilers 5 Electric Irons 2 Food choppers 1 Rotary seive 1 Tea kettle I Deep freeze 3 ' Stainless steel mixing; bowls 1 Electric mixer & attachments 2 Electric ranges 1 Iron range 4 Soatulas :.l? Glasses If. Sauce dishes 1 Work table DINING ROOM EQUIPMENT 60 Aluminum tumblers . 12 Tables 99 Chairs 9 Pair salt i pepper shakers 9 . Serving pitchdrs 48 ••-, Plates 28 Serving dishes 40 Soup bowls 9 Sugar bowls 2 Cream pitchers 6 r i Sauce dishes: 40 Cups ' 2 • Meat Platters 7?. Knives 70 Forks 68 Teaspoons 53 Soup spoons 12 Tablespoons 46 Plastic plates 46 Plastic cups 60 Plastic Sauce dishbs Buffet Table (ffi 3.50 If? .75 (a) .75 8.00 4.00 8.00 17.50 8.00 3.75 .75 4.00 350.00 4.00 1.50 1.00 3.20 6.00 2.10 ,!•/ 7.00 1.20 4.20 8.00 3.00 15.00 5.00 12.00 4.00 18.00 125.00 25.00 1,400.00 i 35.00 10.00 10.95 12.00 40.00 7.00 2.50 1.85 350.00 4.75 85.00 450.00 200.00 2.00 1.20 1.00 2.00 fa) Civ .20 .25 Tuesday, February 14, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper De» MainM-7 200 2107 40 150 220 10 Qts. pickles Qts. Fruits & vegetables Lbs. Popcorn Chickens in deep freeze Jams A Jells Eu. Apples MISCELLANEOUS 7.45 $ 6,812.50 680.00 150.00 3,000.00 700.00 425.00 44.70 775.00 1,956.40 LAND & BUILDINGS County Farm (land 240 Acres) House (Brick) Barn Double Corncrib & Granary Silo Hog House Hen House Cattle Shed Straw Shed Machine Shed Garage 2 Steel Bins 2 Brooder Houses KITCHEN UTENSILS & EQUIPMENT (a) 200.00 qt. kettle Galvanized cans Coffee Pots Water Pitchers Iron frying pans Enamel cake pans Kitchen Bench Step stools Kitchen work table Mctnl frying pans Butcher knives Dippers Cooking pans Range Electric Stoves fri- 3.50 fw -75 (it) ' 3.50 $ 7,731.10 48,000.00 43,500.00 3,000.00 2,400.00 800.00 1,060.00 575.00 150.00 75.00 1,000.00 350.00 185.00 200.00 $101,295.66 2.50 7.00 8.00 9.00 3.00 1.50 4.00 7.00 1.50 3.20 6.00 2.50 3100 ' 200.0'0 450.00 • * • • •- 1 As I have decided to quit furming I will hold a complete closing out auction sale at my place located 31/2 miles straight north from Driva-In Theatre on highway 18, east of Algona, on T SALE STARTS AT 1 P.M. ERY T Formal! "H" Tractor with power lift cultivator 15 ft. John Deere disc 4 section harrow 32 ft. steel elevator Single row McCcrmick Deering corn picker Rubber-tired wagon with steel flare box One 2-16 Case plow John Deere hay loader John Deere horse drav/n corn planter with 80 rods of wire 8 foot binder swalher Horse-drawn spreader Hay rack, steel wheel 4-wlieel rubber-tired trailer 1 set tractor ch'ains 30 Bu. galvanized hog feeder Dump rake Victor end gate seeder 15 hole galvanized nest and chicken feeders One potato planter Self sinking fuel cil tank heater Steel barrels Irving Piano Studio Couch One blower for oil furnace Round oak table 30 inch sink with 3 holes for water 2 rooms, wal! to wall gray carpet Other miscellaneous items One 10 x 8 One 16 x 12 One 16 x 8 One 8 x 12 One 9x6 8 Head of Saddle Horses 2 Stock Saddles 1 English Saddle TERMS: Cash, or make arr angements with your banker Not responsible for accidents J. Colwell Bros., Auctioneers Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk WARD ROOM EQUIPMENT 36 Beds & Springs 40 Mattresses 3 Hospital beds & mattrosscs 43 Pillows 90 Pillow cases 86 Bed sheets 25 Bed blankets 30 Wool blankets 20 Cotton blankets 20 Spreads 3 Bureaus ?. Stands 1 . Studio couch I' Rockers 3 Pull-up chairs 2 Wheel chairs 2 Pair of crutches I Barber chair 1 Strait jacket I Book case 1 Radio 75 Bath towels 60 Bath towels 2 Clothes carts 1 Ward robe I Sewing machine I Section screen 3 Bed pans 20 Rubber sheets 3 Hot Water bottles 40 Wash cloths 1 Davenport & Chair 12 Mattress covers PROVISIONS 160 Bu. Potatoes 26 Gals, lard ',7 Bu. Onions 300 Lbs. Northern beans 2 Bu. Squash .340 Lbs. pork 8. beef In loclcon> plant & deep freeze $ 3,965.44 17.00 175.00 198.00 1.80 4.50 8.00 8.00 16.00 4.50 1.00 7.50 5.20 3.00 7.1Q 7.00 3.60 4.00 1.40 134.30 15.00 15.00 636.90 1,234.75 360.00 1 30.00 82.27 57.60 137.60 40.60 105.00 31.60 25.60 15.00 2.00 25.00 90.00 18.00 30.00 4.00 25.00 17.00 15.00 25.00 30.00 24.00 5.00 8.00 110.00 10.00 Dust mops 5 Brooms 4 Scrub mops 275 Lbs. Powders soap 2 Gal. bleach 15 Gal. boiler compound 12 Gal. floor wax remover 10 Gal. floor wax 2 Step ladders 15 Lbn. carbon remover 6 Cans crystals 15 Steel cupboards 30 Gals. Klomine 170 Bars toilet soap 1 Gal. furniture polish 15 • Gal. misto 6 Sani Flush 3 Tide 6 Babo 25 Gal. Neutral soap 6 Cans deodorant crystals STEWARDS OFFICE EQUIPMENT 1 Steel desk 1 Swivel chair 1 Steel file cabinet EMERGENCY RELIEF HOME •» Wood structure bldg. 2'2 Acres Land GRAND TOTAL Motion by Jens Sorensen and seconded by C. H. Newel that Alvin Thilges be given compromise settlement for the State Institution claim in the amount of 12,551.40 paid in full. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by John H. Rode friat a budget for Aid to the Blind for $1,057.90 and a budget for Aid to Dependent children for $16,887.10 be approved. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until January 13, 1956. Henry Scheppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS EGULAR JANUARY SESSION 1955 A. D. THIRD DAY JANUARY 13, 1956 Motion by Jofin H. Rode 4 and seconded y Jens Sorensen that Mr. and Mrs. Ethrington be discharged as managers of he County Home effective January- 1C, 956 with two weeks pay. Ayes: All. Javs: Nona. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded >y John H. Rode that Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Roy be appointed as steward and matron of the County Home- at a salary of $250.00 per month. Mrs. Elvatetta R6y will receive $1-50.00 and Mr. Sylvester Roy will receive $100.00 per month. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. On motion adjournment Was taken un- fft> 1.00 .50 160,00 t,653.50 6,40 ISO.OO 100.00 20.00 • iff (S) 2.50 2.50 $ 1,897.95 6.00 5.00 2.00 75.00 4,00 84.00 12.00 10.00 9.00 3.00 36.00 22.00 60.00 15.00 2.50 37.50 .90 1.11 .90 122.25 6.00 $ 514.16 50.00 15.00 50.00 $ 115.00 1,400.00 250.00 $ 1,650.00 $147,273.21 (H) (,~i (ft) fit- 1.00 per doz. 1 50 per bu. 1.00 per gal. 44.75 3.25 75.00 29.6) $ 2,710.66 240.00 2*.r"- 1.25 30.00 .50 per Ib. 170.00 TOWNSHIP Buffalo 3urf fresco •agle Fenton iarfield German irant .reenwood Harrison Hebron rvington .cdyard -incoln -otts Crock Verne Plum Creek Portland Prairie Rc.msey Rivcrdalo Seneca Sherman Springfield Sv<ca Union Wesley til January 18, 1956. ' Henry Scheppmann, 'Chairman Board of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS REGULAR JANUARY SESSION 19SS A. D. FOURTH DAY JANUARY 18, 1956 The Board of Supervisors met in regular session pursuant to adjournment. Those present were H. S. Scheppmann, Chairman in the Chair and members A. M. Kollasch, C. H. Newel, Jens Sorensen, and John H. Rode. Absent: None. Also present were various township ropreseptaMvcs and the County Engineer, H. M. S-nith. Th? purpose of the meeting wai to establish the 1956 road program. Meeting was called to order by Chairman, H. S. Snheppmann and the Board of Approval proceeded to organize by electing a chairman and secretary. Motion bv A. A. Fangman and seconded bv A. A/. Kollasch that H. S. Scheppmann b2 appointed Chairman Of (tie Twp. Road Meeting. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by A. M. Kollasch and seconded by E. E. Hanna that Marc Moore be appointed Secretary of the Twp. Road Meeting. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. Motion by Herman Studer and seconded by O. R. Patterson that Road Program be approved for the year 195'6. Ayes: All. Nays: None. Motion carried. ' V/hittcmorc On molion adjournment was taken until February 1, 1956. Henry Schcppmann, Chairman Board of Supervisors. . ATTEST: Marc Moore, Co. Auditor RECOMMENDATION Five miles Base Five miles Grading Three miles Grading and Four miles Black Top Four miles Black Topping & One 1 Mile Grading t One mile grading & Gravel & One Mile Black Topping * None Seven miles grading & Gravel 4 Two miles gravel Three miles Black Top & Two miles Grade & Gravel Three miles Black top Six miles Black top \, None .)' Two miles grading & one mile gravel Five miles gravel and four miles grading , Two miles grading & graveling . ' Eight miles grading & graveling Four miles Black top Two miles Black top Two miles Grading & Gravel & One mile gravel Four miles Black top Three miles Grading & Gravel Three rrtiles Black top and '/j rnile Grading ' Three miles Grading \ None One mile grading & Three Mile Black top Four miles Black top & Two and half miles Grading Five miles Black top & half mile Grade 8. Gravel Five miles Blaqk top An ingot is a piece of metal cast into convenient shape for handling. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT As I have decided to quit farming and am planning to m 5vc lo California I will sejl at Public Auction all of my personal properly including household goods at the farm loca ted 3 miles east and 1 '/z miles north and 3 A mile east of Ringsted or 2 mjles west l'/i miles north and V* mile west of Seneca on • x Thursdav. Feb. 23 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. 33 - Head of Livestock - 33 5—Holstein Cows, milking now, due to freshen in May 3—Holstein Heifers,- due to freshen in May 7—Sows, to farrow last of March or first of April 1-Tarn worth spotted boar 16—Ewes, lambing now 1—Buck Sheep \ MACHINERY John Deere "A" Tractor John Deere 2 row cultivator John Deere 2-16" plow International Harvester 2-14" plow Noble 4 section drag Flat rack with running gear 15 foot disc Mounted Sprayer Water Tanks tools of all kinds — F 12 International Harvester Tractor David Bradley Tractor Mower Spreader 2—David Bradley four wheel trailers 1—flare box and 1 wide straight box Caswell Loader and snow bucket Elevator Seeder International Harvester corn planter (2 row) — shovels, forks cribbing feeders — other articles too numerous to mention 10' x 12' Portable Brooder House 8' x 16' Portable Building 35 Bushel Self Feeder 200 350 BALES OF STRAW BALES OF HAY 200 350 HOUSEHOLD uoous Each of the parties named below has a complete set of household goods on this sale 1 Corongdo 7 foot refrigerator (used 1 year) 1 Westinghouse 7 Foot refrigerator (4 years old) 2 electric stoves (one in good condition) Washing Machine Kitchen table with 4 chairs Cabinets Dishes and silverware, pots and pans Other articles too numerous to mention 2—Davenports Bedroom set Beds Drop leaf dining room table and buffet Dressers Pressure Cooker Record Player TERMS USUAL AUCTION TERMS - NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL SETTLED FOR OR ARRANGEMENTS MADI WITH THE CLERK. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS Clifford Pringle & Albert Cody Lloyd Berkland, Auctioneer Emmet County State Bank, Ringsted, Clerk

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