Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1971 · Page 10
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-^•JSSSF—^sji«jr-^i|ajiiv r -^ejejfjpp"^eje]" r ^^^^" -^ow ae i -^-- ^—— ••» ™ ^i Sfate Senate Summary By State Senator Wayne Keith Fuhrmans Observe 50th Anniversary In Texas ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuhrman of Muenster, Texas, observed their 50th wedding anniversary on March 27. The • Golden Jubilee Mass was celebrated in the Sacred Heart church with the Rev. Placidus Eckart officiating followed by a reception in the Muenster Knights of Columbus Hall. The anniversary date was Mar. 29, when Henry Fuhrman, son of the late Mary and John Fuhrman of St. Joe and Elsie Flusche of Lindsay, Texas were married. Their attendants were Clara Flusche, the bride's sister who is now Mrs. Carl Gimple of Gainesville,' Texas and Henry S. Fuhrman, a cousin of the groom. Both attendants were at the anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Fuhrman are well known here having farmed in the community before returning to Texas and also have many neices and nephews and friends. Other relatives here are Anna Fuhrman, Good Samaritan Rest Home, Algona and Susie Fuhrman also of Algona. -fl- IC OF C MEETING Knights of Columbus St. Joseph's Council met on Wednesday evening April 7th at 8 o'clock for their regular monthly meeting with Irvin Mertz grand knight presiding. A special free lunch ' was served by John Capesius, Francis Erpelding, Herman Illg, Peter C. Reding and Leon Schoo. Twenty-five year membership pins have been presented to Clarence Bormann, James Butler, John Capesius, Francis Erpelding, Herman nig, Vernon Kramer, William McGuire, Irvin Mertz, Marvin Reding, Harold Reding, Maurice Reding, Harold Roethler, Alfred Thilges, Bernard Thilges, Harold Thilges and Anton Weydert. Recognition was also given to members belonging 50 years or who are over 65. They were E. J. Gales, Matt Kirsch, Clemet Crahan, M. T. McGuire, Edward Thilges and John Thul. The Knight's annual Guest Night is scheduled for Tuesday, April 20 in the local club rooms with the officers in charge of the arrangements. Irvin Mertz, Roger Thul and Francis Bormann with Ed Bormann, alternate to attend the State Convention in Waterloo in May. Eugene Mertz received the attendance prize, at the meeting. Rev. David Hogan gave a short talk. -o- SHRINE MEETING The D.C.C.W. Northeast Deanery spring meeting will be held in St. Joseph's school hall on Wednesday, April 21. The Parish Mission sewing will be on display. -o- , The Catholic Daughters of America Court St. Joseph will meet on Wednesday evening April 14 for their regular monthly meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ringsdorf, Michael and Mark, Park Forest, HI., visited this week in the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, St. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Ringsdorf, Burt. WHO . ... READ THE ALGONA NEWSPAPERS AND KNOW! . . . It was rewarding to attend the Governor's Annual Prayer Breakfast at this Easter Season. These Prayer Breakfasts are held in our national Capitol as well as in more than 45 other states. These services are conducted by Christian lay leaders dedicated to sharing their concern of the individual's need for faith in God's Word in all walks of life. Congressman Talcott of California expressed a growing national interest in this movement within the national Congress. He further pointed out the increasing need for God's help in solving our national and state problems as they confront us today. On April 29, 1 hope to participate in a meeting with a group of young Japanese business leaders on an exchange trip visiting in Rotary District 597. These young Japanese leaders will be visiting the state Capitol on that day and will meet with Governor Ray at 11:30 a.m. In the latter part of May, these same young leaders will be spending some time with the Algona, Estherville and Emmetsburg Rotary Clubs, visiting industrial and rural facilities within these areas. It will be most rewarding to those host families who will have an opportunity to spend some time individually with these energetic young businessmen. I congratulate these clubs for participating in this worthy exchange program. Much of my time during the last couple of weeks has been spent in committee work. I wish I knew how to convey to my constituents the difficulties that are involved in considering changes in the tax structure and its implication on funding education. This is a slow, tedious and difficult process. Far too often people only look at how changes will affect them personally and are not Billing to take an overall look at what is best for the state. The Senate Ways and Means Committee has finally ground out a tentative tax program to shift some of the emphasis away from property tax. With property taxes having increased at the rate of approximately 60 million dollars per year in recent years, it is doubtful if we will be able to roll back our present rates to any great extent. In the last biennium we spent approximately three hundred eighty million dollars of property tax money per year on educational costs at the local level, in the next biennium we are planning on increasing the present state aids by thirty million dollars the first year and by ninety million dollars the second year of the biennium. As you can see, this is not as great a shift' as many people would like to have but it is a step in the right direction. The next effort by the Ways and Means Committee will be to determine how this money will be returned to the various school districts. I believe this will be accomplished and in the end this Legislature will provide some much needed tax reform. Shower For B. Dorweiler At Plum Creek PLUM CREEK - A miscellaneous bridal shower was held Saturday afternoon, April 3 at the plum Creek Community room in honor of Miss Bonnie Dorweiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dorweiler of rural Algona. She will become the bride of Grant Barickman of Cherokee April 17. The afternoon was spent socially with a short program. The bride-to-be, her mother and the groom's mother were presented with corsages of yellow daisies. Following the introductions, Laurie Youngwirth, a niece of the bride, gave the welcome. Alice Jane Bode entertained the ladies with a vocal selection, "Today" and accompanied herself on the ukulele. Rose Ann Schmit gave a reading "The Anniversaries" and Dolores Bode concluded the program with a game called "The Wedding of the Flowers." Miss Marirosa Onken, bridesmaid, from Gaza, Iowa and Miss Cathy Dorweiler, sister of the bride, helped open the gifts. Laurie Youngwirth, Cindy Youngwirth and Nancy Von Bank nieces of the bride- were gift pages. Mrs. Marvin Bode, sister of the bride, registered the guests. Mrs. David Youngwirth of Wesley, a sister poured coffee and Mrs. R. J. Von Bank, Clear Lake, also a sister of the bride dipped punch. The tea table was decorated with the brides chosen colors of olive and lemon yellow. Hostesses for the event were- Mrs. Hollis Benschoter, Mrs: Gordon Sigsbee, Mrs. James Spear, Mrs. Michael Schmit, Mrs. Gerald Garman, Mrs. EarlZeig- ler, Mrs. Julius Baas, _Mrs. Calvin Bode, Mrs." Roland T3ode, Mrs. Floyd Bode and Mrs. Harold Bode, and Mrs. . Melvin Engelbarts. -o- AT FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Sr., Kevin Hoover, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Jr. attended funeral services Thursday, April 1 for Mr. William Nevotti, Sr. at Omaha. Ruth Ann and David Nevotti returned v.ith the Ted You're Unique. So is Chevy. So are these deals! Impala Camaro Nova Monte Carlo Chevelle Vega Values!! Values!! Values!! Get the right Chevy for you at... KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY'*' 10 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, April 12, 1971 Hoover Sr. family to visit during their spring vacation from school. Mr. and Mrs. William Nevotti jr. plan to spend Easter weekend visiting in the parental Ted Hoover home. -o- PANCAKE SUPPER A pancake and sausage supper is being sponsored at the Doan United Methodist church Tuesday, April 13. Serving will begin at 5 p.m. and the public is invited. Come and enjoy the food prepared by the men of the church, -o- Family night will be held at the Doan United Methodist Church Wednesday evening, April 14. The program will center around the Reconciliation Project. Committee members serving are: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham, Mr. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AHD SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District - Algona Community; Township - Cresco; County - Kossuth I do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending March 31, 1971. Vaughn K. Rising. Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT SCHOOLHOUSE FUND H.nl.mcc from Previous Quarter $ 95,720.95 Total Receipts for Quarter $ 12,126.20 Transfer — Investment Returned 89,053.13 $101,179.33 Total to Account For Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter $ 41,223.56 Transfer — Bond Account 13.50 Balance at End of Quarter GENERAL FUND Balance from Previous Quarter $ 36,323.48 Total Receipts for Quarter $406,597.37 Total to Account For EXPENDITURES Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter $356,296.35 (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc. grouped) Other Warrants Issued — Amount .$113,162,13 $196,900.28 $ 41,237.06 $155,663.22 $442,920.85 Total Expenditures »«9,418,4a Balance at End of Quarter $-28,497.83 LIST OF WARRANT! (txetpl ie.le.flee) SCHOOLHOUIE FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Amount Ahorn-Pershlng Office Supply & Equipment Company $ 2,175.30 Butld-A-Rama, Inc 1,479.60 Bullcr Fixture Co,, Inc. .. 4,948,30 Everds Brothers, Inc. 10,832.36 Faber Construction Co. .- 7,509.00 Fandrei, Inc 8,817.00 Metropolitan Supply Co. — 109.30 Transfer-Bond Account .. 13.80 Triangle School Service .. 5,993.40 TOTAL 41,237.06 GENERAL FUND Person, Firm or Corp. To Whom Paid Jean Abbott Acme Chemical Co. Advanced Systems, Inc. .. Alrkem Algona Implement Co. — Algona Municipal Utilities Algona Plumbing & Heating Algona Publishing Co, Algona Reminder Elgin Allen American Education Publications American Heritage American Universities Field Staff Amodex Products, Inc. James Andersen „ Area III Material Center . Assn. of School Business Officials Audiovisual Center, University of Iowa The Baker and Taylor Co. Bankers Life Company Barnell Loft, Ltd, Beier Glass Co. Benson's Welding B-Gone Disposal Service . Big Bear, Inc. Dr. WllUam Blagen ' Dick Bllck Dorothy Boldrldge Bomgaars Family Center . Books by U.S. News & World Report Joe Bradley Equipment „ Brodhead Garrett Co. Ken Brown Frank Brusie Buena Vista College Howard Bullock Lynn Burns Carleton Stewart Music Co. Cliff Carlson Carpenter Paper Co. of Iowa Carson's For Color The P. T. Castle Co. William Castle Cenco Instruments Corporation Certified Laboratories, Inc. Chilton Book Co. Teresa Christenson Churchill Chemical Co. — Cleveland Cotton Products Coast to Coast Stores Congressional Quarterly, Inc. Cook's. Inc. Cowan Corporation Ray Cox Crouse Cartage Co. Crown Publishers, Inc. ... Culligan Soft Water Service Curries Manufacturing, Inc. Doyle Dalley Charles Davis Dean's Decker Athletic Supply Co. Decker Audio-Visual, Inc. Erma Lea Deim Demco Educational Corp. Des Molnes Register & Tribune Co Diamonds Dictaphone Eugene Dietzgen Co. Doubleday & Co., Inc. DuBois Chemicals Dunn's Sure Save Educational Audio Visual, Inc. Educational Reading Service Electronic Specialties Environment Facts on File, Inc. Fandrei, Inc Fareway Stores, Inc. Farner-Bocken Fort Dodge Co. Edward P. Farrell Field Educational Publications, Inc. Film News Co. Follett Educational Corp. Follett Library Book Co. . Foster Furniture Co. Frederick Hardware Stores R. J. Funk, Plumbing & Heating Mrs. Betty Galbralth Gamble Store General Binding Corp. -. George's Body Shop Ginn and Co. Graham Dept. Stores Co Joyce Graham Great Plains Television Library Greater Algona Cable T.V., Inc. Greentaerg Auto Supply. Inc. Grlppen Paper. Inc. M & J. R. Hakes Mrs. Elmer Hanisch Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc Harrison 1 ! — Mrs. Ralph Hauser Hedrick Brothers Henderson Machine Worki „ Herbst Real Estate & Insurance Agency Hllton'i Super Service ... Holt, Rtnehart Si Winston, Inc Hood's Super Valu iSughton Mlfflin Co. Hoxfi Institutional Wholesale Co imtlngt Himtlngtpn Laboratories, Inc. Mr* «<>** HutwH Hutze » Office & School Supplies "BuYmVss . Interstate Printers 6t "publishers, Inc. ... ,,'.,., Asm- ol School °iV*w Official. Amount 12.00 11620 196.03 2,792.09 21.41 4,178.91 193.81 411.48 72.80 104.20 11.28 29.00 39.00 18.09 10.00 93.29 30.00 119.95 644.50 9,551.59 27.42 78.07 208.00 103.00 10.80 25.00 551.62 7.68 24.63 11.70 4726 745.00 160.00 150.00 57.00 201.60 52.13 36.69 160.00 127 JO 18.74 9.05 10.00 99.40 174.19 14.35 20.00 25.44 217.50 72.69 15.00 280.66 2,833.64 3.00 53.11 6.40 67.16 89.68 3.00 6.00 12.00 2,486.88 3,320.20 80.00 283.75 12.6i 32.40 168.00 26.30 36.48 345.46 9.74 591.03 153.27 2.85 17.00 5.82 12,771.37 81.90 158.50 55.45 7.19 6.00 10.75 21.91 53.92 26.48 41.70 7.50 5.87 29.69 392.00 3.60 12.60 276.60 6.50 59.40 35.30 10.11 432.63 50.00 295.14 8.11 7.50 57.70 3.80 848.00 3,210.70 83.04 69,08 205,10 88.60 96.00 160.00 17.67 6.60 139.38 9.50 6.00 Iowa Employment Security Commission .. 18,525.68 Iowa Falls Roofing Co, .. 247.00 Iowa Lakes Community College ____ • 1,615.25 Iowa Public Employees' Retirement System ---- 12,282.31 Iowa State Agency for Surplus Property ...... 41.25 Iowa State Bank ......... 15.00 Iowa State University ---- 60,90 ISEA Library Service ---- 855.98 Roger Jacobson .......... 42.30 Glenn Johnson __________ 8.00 Johnson Service Co. ______ 10.65 Raymond Justice ........ . 178.80 Mrs. Russel Kauffman .. 180.00 KEM Manufacturing Corporation _________ ... 263.99 Ken's Auto Service ______ 33.150 KLGA Radio ............. 106.00 Kossuth County Agricultural Assn. ...... 1,006.29 Kossuth Motor Co. ........ 1,016.87 Krafft Music Co. ... ..... 305.25 Mrs. Mnry Kramer _______ 7.50 Lynn Kueck ______________ 2.40 Dick Kuecker ............ 43.00 Phyllis Kuhn ............ 252.00 William R. Kuhn ........ 9.00 Otto B. Lalng ............ 100.00 Mrs. Delores Lallier ..... - 7.50 Langan Paper Co, ________ 31.57 Larry Lego re ____________ 85.03 Jack LlmbBUgh .......... 132.33 The Macmlllah Company . 84.30 Mrs. Gary McDonald ------ 160.00 McGraw-Hill Book Co. „ 17.90 McGraw-Hill (Calif. Test Bureau) .......... . 43.58 Luella Malueg ------------ 8.16 R. L. Medln ...... . ...... 10.00 Metropolitan Supply Co. . 1,614.90 Arnold Meyer ...... . ..... 229.30 Meyer's Garden Center .. 13.50 Midland Bindery ......... 53.70 Midwest Carbon Co. ______ 136.58 Midwest Shop Supplies .. 168.37 Midwest Visual Education Service, Inc ............. 27.05 Miller Lumber Co. ........ 160.51 Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors _____ 1.69 Modern Learning Aids ___ 28.00 Modern School Supplies .. 23.75 The Mogul Corporation .. 251.71. National Education Assn. of the U.S. ____ — 8.80'" National Geographic Society ........... . ..... 11.65' National Instructional Television Center ..... . 8.00 National Textbook Co. ____ 2.75 Margaret Naylor _________ 3.00 Bill Naylor _______________ 3.00 News Map of the Week .. 88.80 Fritz Nielsen ... ..... _____ 20'.00 North Central Iowa Bandmasters Assn, ____ 10.00 North Central Public Service Co ....... 5,274.65 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. ...... ... 2,109.77 Northwestern Office Equipment ------ 32.10 Art Obrecht -------------- 30.00 O'Brien Trucking Service 159.25 Orkin Exterminating Co., Inc. ... ............ .. 250.80 Ivan Parrott ______________ 49.08 Perclval Motors __________ 399.10 Mrs. Martin Peterson ____ 160.00" Petty Cash ............... 257.13 Pioneer Press ---- ...... .. 12.37 Porter's Camera Store, Inc. ______________ 474 86 Pratt Educational Media, Inc. . ........... . 67.85 Pratt Electric Construction Co. _______ 1,521.72 The Predicament _________ 4.50 Random House School and Library Service, Inc. ____ 260.59 Responsive Environments Corp. ____ 27.01 Vaughn K. Rising ...... .. i46.55 Mrs. Arnold Rogers ______ 294.00 Rusk Drug and Jewelry, Inc. ___________ 21 81 Sailer's Davis Paint ..... . 15.39 Sax Arts & Crafts .1. ..... 38.57 Schmitt Music Co. ________ 98.39 Jack Schoby _____________ 49.13 School Lunch Program „ 506.25 Science Research Associates, Inc. ________ 20.30 Scott, Foresman and Co. .. 13.95 Sears, Rofb\ick & Co. ____ 60.12 Security State Bank ______ 467.66 Seven-Up Distributing Co. 5.60 The ShPrwin-Williams Co. 2.21 Silver Burdett Co. _______ 176.70 Simon & Schuster, Inc. 12 73 Sioux City Music Supply .. ..... ____ 38.90 Social Studies School Service __________ 2.50 South Bend Lathe ______ 1284 State Farm Fire & Casualty Co. ... ...... .. Studio P/R, Inc. ....... .. Taylor Motor Co. ________ Tersch Paper Co. ________ Thermogas Company of Algona ... ____ ..... .. Mrs. Herman Thilges ____ Tom's Radio & T.V. ______ Triangle School Service .. Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid _____________ Trupke Electric Motor Service & Sales ________ United Building _ Centers. Inc ..... _______ U.S. Government Post Office ________ ..... University of Illinois ..... University of Minnesota .. University of Nebraska .. University of Northern Iowa _________ Utt Electric Service _____ M. L. VanderWaal „ ..... O. G. Waffle Book Co. . J. Weston Walch, Publisher ... ............ Cecil Wattermann . ..... . Pat V/erts _____ , _________ Western Instructional Television, Inc ........ . 9.2.1 Westlnghouse Learning Corp .......... 11,73 The Whittemore Champion 57.33 Whlttemore Cooperative Elevator ................ 9,016.29 Mrs. Delbprt Wlchtendahl 96.00 Ernie Williams, John Deere ............. 1.68 The H. W. Wllfion Co ..... 32.95 The World Publishing Co. 11.07 Mrs, Judy Wubbeil ....... 7.80 GRAND TOTAL EXPENDITURES ....... $113,162.13 I, Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary or the above named School District, do hereby certify that thii report. pnges 1-2-3-4-tt Is a true and correct t --statement of tho providing! per- al mttteri of tht tnlning to financial mteri o t Board of said DlitHct for the quarter ending March 31, 1971. Vaughn K. Rising, Secretary, „ Subaci-lbed and iworn to befort me this 7th day of April A.D. 1971. Mary F. AgtrU, Notary. Published in Ko**uth County Advtince, Algona, U., April 12, 1671. and Mrs. Dale Struthers, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Asa, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kiley, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kiley, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlson. A supper was held in honor of Lisa Seaberg's ninth birthday Thursday evening at the Dwight Seaberg home. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bob Van Hove and Lori Giesking. Evening visitors were Lisa's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller journeyed to Hutchinson^Minn., Saturday to attend the wedding of a niece Meredith Sterner. FORENOON PUBLIC AUCTION FORENOON Ai I have rented my land I will hold a public auction on my farm located from Algona 2'/i mile* west on 18 to Hobarton black fop then 4 miles north and 3 miles weit or from Lone Rock SVi milej straight Jouth and 1 mile west or from Whittemore 3 miles east on 18 then 4 milei north and T mile east on to A.M. Wednesday, April 14 10 A.M. 2 TRACTORS 2 W2 FARMALl 5(0 GAS TRACTOR Good tlrei, hoi been overhauled, good paint, fait hitch, fenden, fluid In tlrei, front and rear weight!, Cozy Cab with radio, heater and fan, FARMAU H TRACTOR Good tlrei, good paint, fluid In tlrei, hat been overhauled, fait 4th gear, lath Tracton Real Sharp JOHN DEERE MACHINERY John Deere 495 A planter, large dry fert-. Illier bexei, herbicide attachment, disc epeneri, rubber pren wheeli, in extra teed condition. John Deere 14 ft. wheel tandem dlic. John Deere 12 ft. field cultivator on rubber. John Deere 42 ft. grain elevator, 16 in. wide, on rubber, P.T.O. and truck hopper. John Deere drive on wagon hoiit. INTERNATIONAL MACHINERY International 463-4 row rear mount cultivator with fait hitch. International No. 60-3-14 in. trip bottom plow with one arm staled bearing coul- ten. International 5 lection flexible drag with •teel eveneri. International 4 lection flexible drag. International 18 ft. itraight disc. International small tractor spreader. International 2 way cylinder. OTHER MACHINERY Westendorf 4 row heavy duty rotary hoe with Westendorf 2 or 3 point hitch for rear mount. Humboldt 2 row rotary stalk cutter. 4 row Terfehr stubble turner. 2 wheel machinery trailer with tilt bed. New Idea 7 ft. pull type tractor mower. WAGONS ETC. Westendorf heavy duty running gear with Lundell heavy duty hoist, 6x12 ft. Atlai wood barge box all just Ilk* new. 4 wheel farm trailer with wood flan box. TRUCK 1961 Ford »/< ton F-250 6 cylinder pickup, new mow tires, 4 ipeed transmission and good paint. A real sharp pickup. MISCELLANEOUS 275 gallon got barrel and iteel stand. 8 rolls almost new slat cribbing. 22 Iteel drag tectioni for corn crib. On* way cylinder, 1/3 H.P, electric motor. Wood ladder, 2 good log chaini. 1x12 in. rough boardi for 2 round crib floors. 2 tractor tool boxei. 2-7:00x16 in. 6 ply tirei. 2-6:00x16 in. front tractor tirei, 10-10 ft. creosote posts. 80 wood fence posts. 25 iteel fence posts. 10 corner posts, machinery jack, Heavy duty bumper jack. 100 gallon gas barrel. 100 ft. electric cable. Wheel wrench let far 560. P.T.O. tire pump, grease guns, and tooll too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. GEORGE M. HARRIS, Owner Auctioneers: Charley Quinn and Dutch Leek Clerk: Red Modsen, Burr FORENOON AUCTION FORENOON Due to my health I will hold a public auction on my farm located 3 miles weit ant «V4 miles north of Swea City or 4 milei eait and 6Vt miles north of Armstrong or 1 mile touth, 3 miles east and '/2 mile touth of State Line Store on THURSDAY. APRIL 15 4 TRACTORS 4 John Deere power Machiner * H.M. MODEL SUPER H 670 Cos tractor, wide front, 3 point hitch, power steering, good rubber, less than 900 actual hours, bought new in 1967. 1959 M.M. 445 Gai Tractor, wide front, live hydraulic and wheel weight!. MASSEY HARRIS 44 Got tractor, live hydraulic, new rings, new valves, and new valve guides last fall. John Deere 227 picker, new style rolls, mounted on Massey H. 44 to be sold as a unit. Avery Tractor with 12 volt system. 89.00 14.83 481.66 66.05 39.00 7.50 32.49 299.90 10.50 2.96 32.22 207.00 133.35 4.21 38.00 95.00 121.32 15.00 210.01 27.74 12.30 6.75 COMBINE 1964 Allis Chalmers model C Gleaner, 12 ft. cutting head, D-19 motor, new reel, hydraulic controlled reel, robot control with Full Vision cab, with fan, power steering. A real clean and thorp combine. TRUCK • 1968 Ford 250 % ton pickup, itock and grain rack, heavy duty bumper, Wettern rear view mirrors, snow tirei, less than 15,000 actual miles. A real sharp pickup. SHOP TOOLS John Deere 494 A 4 row tractor planter, disc openers, disc fertilizers, large dry fertilizer boxes and insecticide. , John Deere R G 4-4 row rear mount cultivator with spring shanks, just lika new. John Deere M 45 -4-14 inch trip bottom iteerable plow. John Deere model CC A 14'/i ft. fieM cultivator with hydraulic control. ' John Deere 12 ft. tractor control spring tooth harrow. John Deere 555 - 3-14 inch trip'bottom plow. John Deere No. 5 - 7 ft. tractor mower, rock guards. John Deere 44 ft. elevator 16 inches wide, truck hopper. John Deere 4 section flexible drag with folding evener. John Deere 15 ft. itraight disc. OTHER MACHINERY 21 ft. 6 inch grain auger. Oliver 13!/2 ft. wheel tandem disc greoie- less bearings. 7 row trailer type weed iprayer with drops, like new. New Idea No. 15 PTO manure spreader. Stan Hoist loader with mow bucket. mounts M.M. 445. | M.H. 4 row front mount cultivator for 44. IHC endgate seeder. WAGONS Air tank. Ilectric drill press. llectric bench grinder., IHC weed chopper. Heavy duty '/a Inch electric drill. Heavy duty bench vice. 100 ft. electric cord. Matter Kraft Saber law. Old house moveri Jock. Many exceptionally good wrenchei and raoli too numerous to mention. 2 John Deere 963 trailers with spring bolsters, near new 14 inch rubber, steel flare boxes. Rubber tired trailer, new 6:00x16 inch tires and new 54 inch itraight wood box. MISCELLANEOUS 30 ft. exteniion ladder. 21 ft. bole elevator with '/i H.P. motor. Large Knipco space heater. 7 H.P. gas motor. 1 pair like new IU38 tractor chains. WWe front for M.H. 44 to be sold separ. J. t E. high ipeed shields. Wheel weights for M.M. Super M. 670. 3 lection drag to pull behind dlic. 3 Duke 2 way hydraulic cylinders. Tractor radio. 2-80 bu. Pride of the Farm round haf 4 wood farrowing stalls. Small iteel water tank with hog drink 2 wheel machinery trailer with tilt bed. 15 lehlln corn ventilators, Johnson 10 H.P. outboard motor. ''"" '"' iBd '" """ "»• •»«<< tool, be her. at Termn Coin, No property removed until settled far. Net responilble for accidents CARL LIEN, Owner Auctioneer!: Charley Quinn end Clglr Clark. Clerk: $w«e City 5tet« | 8 nk,

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