The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1937 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 16, 1937
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The Algona tTppcr Pes Moines, Algona, loya, Dec. 16,1S37 North East .*• Kossuth Page TTTONKA GREETS SANTA_DEC.22 Legion, Auxiliary, P. T. A. Join to Bring Famous Visitor to Town Titonka: The American Legion. Auxiliary and the P. T. A. cooperating together will be on hand with their usual Christmas treats for the kiddles of the community on Com- irtunity Day, Dec. 22nd. A chairman from each organization has been appointed as follows: P. T. A., Grace Freeh; Legion, Howard Andrews, and Auxiliary, Esther Breen. Candy will be sacked and in readiness for Santa Glaus upon his arrival opt that date. Rests for Operation Harry Beede came home Wednesday from the hospital in Mason City where he had submitted to an operation for glaucoma in one eye and will remain for a few days before submitting to a second operation. Mr. Beede stood the trip home nicely, and is resting easy at home. Birthday Surprise School mates and friends of Del- orls Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, south of town, surprised her by coming enmasse to help her to celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Peterson and daughters served lunch to the group and the young folks report a fine time. Hillside School Program Mra. Mary Oesterreicher, teacher at the Hillside school north of town and her pupils entertained the patrons and friends of the school to a most entertaining program on Friday evening. Following the program lunch was served to those attending. August Strom of Algona came over Wednesday evening to meet with the members of the local Modern Woodmen. Mrs. Martin Larson, west of town was hostess Friday an an all day meeting of Dorcas class of the M. E. church, dinner. all enjoying a pot luck Workmen and business men are busy decorating the streets for the holiday season, with electrically lighted colored lights strung at intervals across the streets. Mrs. Martin Bleich and Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher are very busy these days promoting the sale of the Christmas seals In this community and as is usual report fine response. Beryl Bonacker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bonacker, south of town, Is yet unable to attend school because of illness. Beryl has heart trouble, which again Is causing him difficulty following an attack of the flu. James Winter. Luther Miller, W. 3. Denton, Dr. R. C. Ball and Obe Hott accompanied L. G. Gartner to Corwith Tuesday evening, where Titonka Boy's Face Gashed Titonkn: Forrest, only son of Mr. nnd Airs. Will Rode, north nf town, experienced what might have hwn n most serious accl- <lcnt Monday while chopping wood, a piere of wood flying up and striking the cheek bone just below the eye and making a deep gnsh in the flesh. Forrest has had considerable eye trouble during his high school clays, and no doubt is more than thankful that tntf u-as kind to him In this instance. TITONKA FAMILY DEPARTS ON TRAILER TRIP TO CALIFORNIA they attended a Masonic banquet and meeting, reporting a very pleasant evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Johnson and daughter, Mrs. Harry Chase and son, Robert of Perry were guests at the W. J. Denton home Wednesday before leaving for their winter trip to Tnmpa, Florida, where they will spend the winter. 125 LADIES AT LAKOTA FUNCTION Burt, Algona, Lone Rock Send Delegates to Presbyterian Party Lakota: The Presbyterian church women held a guest day party at the church parlors, Friday 1 afternoon with women from Burt, Algona, Lone Rock, Buffalo Center and from all churches in Lakota as guests. There were about 125 In attendance. The following program was presented: Christmas carols by the group; Welcome, Mrs. O. H. Frerking. Mrs. Frcrking also had charge of devotions and gave a talk on Christmas when she was a child and and this time and the similarity of the same. Carols were again sung by the group and Mrs Jerry Ukena played a piano solo Mesdames John Smith, Carl Gerzema, Russell Winter, William Turley and Ray Smith presented a play "Christmas Giving", setting forth grandmother's idea of giving and the Christmas spirit. Twelve members of the girls' glee club with Miss Templeton. school music instructor as leader, sang a group of songs Lunch was served following the program. At Victim's Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussnian attended the funeral of Harry Blondin and Herbert Curtis at the M. E. church in Elmore Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. These men were killed In the automobile accident north of Burt last week. Two more funerals were held in the afternoon and one Monday. l d Henrietta Kleist and report she 'ell several steps on the back stairs recently and fractured her shoulder blade and although Improving she is still wearing braces and straps. Miss Kleist Is past 60 years of age and was a resident of Lakota 'or many years. Earl (Buddy) Paulson Is reported II with an attack of scarlet fever. Misses Templeton and Householder were Saturday shoppers in Algona. A son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krull at their lome in Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine. Swea City, were Sunday visitors at the Samuel Warburtons. Mrs. Guy Beemer was seriously III last week, suffering with pleurisy. .She Is somewhat Improved. Herman Balvance, who was killed Sunday morning when struck by a car while walking on the highway near Bancroft, was the father of Mrs. Ubbe Heyes, who lived several years just east of Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman were entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner at the Edward Thaves home in Burt last week Thursday evening. Other guests were Supt and Mrs. Schuler. Swea City, and Supt and Mrs. Bowie of Burt Emma and Louise Thaves visited at the home of Gus Thaves In Burt last week Thursday evening. Virginia, oldest daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Thaves, has been seriously ill with erysipelas, but is reported as Improving. Miss Thaves is employed in a beauty parlor in Albert Lea. Christmas Theme of Ledyard Twp. Session Lakota: Ledyard township general farm bureau monthly meeting was held at the J. H. Warburtons, Friday evening with about 50 present This being the Christmas party, Gertrude Wortman, song leader, led In the singing of Christmas carols. Mesdames Jerry Heetland, J. H. Holcomb, J. E. Telcamp, Alvin Rlp- pentrop and Mrs. Frerklng gave short talks on Christmas customs in other countries. Home made candy was added to the regular lunch of sandwiches, cake and coffee. The next general meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Jan. 14. Mr. & Mrs. Henry Gerdes Plan Future Home in West Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerdes, three sons and daughter left Friday in their trailer home for Humeston, Iowa, where they will visit until after the holidays with Mrs. Gerdes' parents before leaving for Turlah, California, where they expect to make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerdes and j children are the parents and brother and sister of Mrs. Wm. Fritz, residing south of town, who is not overjoyed over the departure of her family. We wish this fine family success and happiness in their new home and hope to have them back for a visit in a year or so. It was reported that this family left a couple of weeks ago, but an unforeseen circumstance prevented their departure at that time. Goes to Louisiana Herman Tjarks, farmer north of town, who recently disposed of his holdings here, left the first of the week for his new home in Lauls- iana. Mr. Tjarks purchased a new pick-up truck and loaded the re- mander of his goods and is making the trip alone. Pioneer Settler HI Mrs. Emma Heifner, one of our fine pioneer settlers living in the south part of town, has been quite ill for the past week but reports show a slight improvement this morning. Her daughter, Mrs. Esther Askin, is caring for her. tonka consolidated school attended •Play Day" at Algona Saturday, Titonka having the largest number of pupils representing any school in the county. Mesdames Ted Van Hove, Wm. Fritz, and Mrs. H. W. Schoenlein were hostesses Wednesday afternoon, serving a very appetizing lunch in the basement of the Lutheran church. Many of the local Legionaires and Auxiliary members were planning to hear State Commander James Dolliver as the main speaker ftt the joint county meeting to be held on Thursday evening at Wesley with the Wesley post and, unit as host and hostess. Elwood Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, west of town, came down from Minneapolis Saturday to spend the week end with home folks and friends. Elwood is employed as carpenter in the city and reports that of the 186 men formerly employed with him only 65 now remain on the pay roll. Dies At Birth Of First Child Lnkota: Mrs. P. t>. Rlprrnbrrg. formerly Hormina .Tutting, passed away at the BufTnlo ("enter hospital last week following the birth of her first child, who nlso died. Funeral services were held at (lie German Reform church in Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sterrnberg was a daughter of Mrs. Harm Boeckholt, southeast of town. Boy Breaks Arm At Titonka School Titonka r Richard Kuchenreuther son of Mr. and Mra. Lynn Kuchilt- reuther. living in town, had the misfortune to break his arm while playing at school Friday. The fracture was immediately taken cars of. and the youngster coming along nicely, was attending school Monday. Mr. Kuchenreuther is employed by the county road maintenance division. Mrs. Ray Miller III Mrs. Ray Miller, east of town, has been very sick the past week, following a trip to Nebraska with her husband. Mrs. Miller is very active in both county and local 4-H club work and her many friends regret to hear of her illness, and are happy to receive the good word that she Is improving dally. Ledyard Girls Lose To Armstrong Six, While Boys Victors Armstrong: The flashy Armstrong sextet, chalked up a very thrilling victory over Ledyard's team 32 to 21 at Ledyard Friday night, Dec. 10. The Armstrong boys were not able to overcome the Ledyard quintet and lost 40 to 29. This is the first victory the Armstrong girls have had over the Led- mrd sextet since the sectional .ournament one point victory In the spring of 1936. The Armstrong boys kept right up to the Ledyard quint in a spectacular performance until the last quarter when the Ledyard boys clicked on their shots. The Ledyard boys led 14 to 22 at the half and 28 to 23 In the third quarter. Bonman and Warner were high point men for Ledyard and Christiansen and Weiby for Armstrong. The Armstrong boys and girls' teams will play a doubleheader with Ringsted here Tuesday, Dec. 21st. Hurt In Dubuque When In Dubuque recently the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng visit- Santa Due at Lakota, Tuesday Lakota: Santa Glaus will be In Lakota, Tuesday afternoon, December 22, and all the children In Lakota and vicinity are Invited here to see him and get the bag of candy and nuts he will bring to them all. The Lakota theatre will again treat the children to a free show that afternoon following the visit of Santa Glaus. Closing Out Sale As I have decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property at the Mrs. Eva Germann estate farm located B l / 2 miles south of Sexton, 71/2 miles north of Lu Verne; 1 mile west and y 2 mi le south of St. Benedict, on Monday, Dec. 20th Sale to begin at One O'clock 4 Head of Horses 4 One gelding, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1800 One roan gelding, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1800 One black gelding, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1700 One black mare, 17 yrs. old, wt. 1700 7 Head of Cattle 7 Five milk cows. Some fresh, others to freshen soon. Two year old heifer coming fresh in the spring. Two-year old steer. Farm Machinery ft ft Deeriiur binder, 5-ft Deering mower, 4-section International drag with hitch, John Deere driur Tart. 12-inch CaiMJ gang plow, 18-inch Cane Bulky plow, LaCrowe S-row cultivator, single £?££ CeM cuWvJtorTe-ft dtac, 12-ft rake, Haye. corn planter with 140 rod. wire. John IWMWB Tnditate seeder, King & Hamilton end {ate seeder, McCormick-Deering pumping engine with jack attached-practically new, 2 wheel to* trailer, wagon and box, steel teuck wagon with haV rat* MdUotte cream separator, Blue Bam* brooder stove of 800 chick capacity, cream cooling r^i, UliitL V»fbine**. 1 set leather fly nets, 1 steel gas barrel, 50 gaL wooden barrel,10*2x8 ft SScken^op? lS?t cntckeTcoop boU, equipped with roosts. TooU and other article* too numerous to mention. TEEMS—'Cash, or make arrangements with the clerk for time. Reinhard Lieb Lee Wolfe Home Lee O. Wolfe, editor of the Titonka Topic, who has been confined to the U. S. Veterans hospital In Des Moines for several weeks past, returned home Saturday, greatly benefltted in health. His daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prewitt of Forest City, accompanied by Mrs. Wolfe, made the trip to Des Moines to bring Mr. Wolfe home. Needless to say, Mr. Wolfe Is happy to be home. School Closes Friday School will close for the Christmas vacation and all teachers ar» planning to spend that vacation at their various homes. A Christmas program is being presented at the school house Friday afternoon to patrons and parents. 90 at Father-Son Banquet in Titonka Titonka: The Fathers and Sons banquet held In the basement of the M. E. church Thursday evening was attended by about 90 persons, with Rev. W. L. Patterson as toastmaster and Emery Stewart song leader. Rev. W. G. Muhleman, superintendent of the Algona district, was the main speaker of the evening with short talks by L. G. Gartner, his subject being "What We Owe Our Sons," Luther Filler on "If I Were a Boy Again" with Junlon Hansen, of this year's high school graduating class speaking on the appreciation of boys for their dads. A delicious banquet was served by the ladles of the M. E. Aid society. The M. E. church Is holding its annual cantata on Thursday evening, Dec. 16th. Word from Harold Breen and Blllle Kennedy, who are enroute to California states they are enjoying a stop in New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. John Harms and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Willis and family and Ralph Harms of the Wesley neighborhood spent Sunday at the parental Dick Harms home. Mrs. Irene Higgins was hostess oh Thursday afternoon to the members of the Work or Play club, being assisted by her sister, Mrs. Esther Breen. Mrs. Edna Richter and grandson, Elwood Moore, returned Saturday, after spending more than a week at the Harley Hansen home, south of Algona. Mr. Hanson is a son of Mrs. Richter. A large crowd atl-ended "Trader Horn", presented Saturday afternoon, sponsored by the business men and the Tyke Theatre, and a much larger crowd is anticipated for Saturday afternoon, Dec. 18th. Twenty-four pupils from the Ti- Lutheran Xmas Program, 22nd Titonka: Owing to the fact that the local Lutheran church is at the present time without a minister because of the recent death of Rev H. W. Schoenlein, the Christmas program will be held Wednesday evening, Dec. 22nd so that the Rev. Kolberg of Britt may have charge. On Thursday evening, Rev Kolberg officiates at his charge at Wesley and Friday evening, Christmas Eve, at home, at the Brit Lutheran church. Titonkans Get Fox Titonka: About 20 men went on a fox hunt Sunday afternoon anc were fortunate in killing one fox though several were sighted. Foxea are becoming so numerous and reg ular hunting parties are being scheduled to assist in eradlcatlni these animals as they are doini much damage among poultry anc stock on the farm. Falls from Chair Lakota; Mrs. Rose Ranmstock fell from a chair Friday while hang ing clothes on a line and tore the ligaments loose in her foot. I proves a very painful injury and she is walking with crutches. News Items of Ledyard Vicinity Oolwell Bros., Aucts. Iowa State Bank, Glerk The Frank Nitzs are driving a new Dodge car. The Fred Ploegers were Algona shoppers Saturday. Lorenz Nitz was ill last week with an Infection of boils. The Frank Nitzs, Paul Nitza and Fred Munyer were in Fairmont lasT week Tuesday shopping. Mrs. N. A. Pingle returned from Swea City Friday after having spent several days with her mother, Mrs. M. Looft. Mrs. Alfred Krammesmeier attended a shower at Grant last Saturday given in honor of Miss Marjorie Mino. Howard and Joe Mayne received word of the death of an aunt, Mrs. Van Fleet at Greenfield. The funeral was Saturday but neither was able to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse attended a meeting of school janitors held last week at G r ant. Improvements in school house cleaning were discussed. The winners of prizes given by the business men Saturday night were as follows: first by Floyd Smith; second by Mrs. J. Johnson, Art Zielske, Wm. Stubbe and Raymond Herzog. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Engclby and sons and Marjorie Mayer spent Sunday at the Otto Richter home near Elmort. Mr. Engelby attended the funeral of Fred RicUter who was killed near Burt on Friday. Mrs. Engclby cared for the children. On Friday afternoon Mrs. Elvin Carpeister entertained at a bridge party. The following were guests: Mrs. H. M. Granntr, Mrs. Wm. Wiemer, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. Lawrence Pingle, Mrs. Albert Looft, Mrs. J. Holt and Mrs. B. O. Storey. Mrs. Pingle won the first prize and Mrs. Holt the travel prize. Audrey Underkoflsr accepted position as physical education sup ervisor of the Wheaton junior high school in Chicago, and left for hei new duties about a month ago. Aud drey is a Ledyard high gradual* and also a state college graduat and for the past five or six year has been teaching in Newton. She was released at Newton to accep this position. PublicSale As 1 am going to quit farming will offer for salo to the highest bidder at the farm 2 miles west of Lone Rock and 3 miles east of Fenton, the following property, on Tuesday, December 21st SALE TO BEGIN AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 5 HEAD OF HORSES 5 Chestnut sorrel mare 5 yrs. old, wt. 1350; sorrel gelding 3 yrs- old, wt. 1300; dapple gray, 10 yrs., wt. 1700; hay gelding 16 yrs. old, wt. 1400 Ibs.; bay colt coming 3 yrs. old. 20 HEAD OF CATTLE Eleven head of milch cows; 8 head of young heifers; white face bull. Twenty-two head feeding shoats; Hampshire hoar. Farm Machinery, Etc. Brooder house; hay rack; hay rake; 2 box wagons, one high wheel and one iron wheel; O. P. tractor, John Deere, 10-20; John Deere corn picker, No. 10; 2 3-row John Deere cultivators; single-row cultivator; 3-row John Deere planter, 80 rods wire; 2-row John Deere planter, 80 rods wire; John Deere spreader; John Deere spreader for repair; John Deere tractor plow, 2-bottom, 16-in, new; 2 John Deere l'/o h. p. gas engines; McCormick 14-ft. tractor disc; McCormlck mower, new this'year; No. 4 McC.-D. cream separator, new bowl; sulky plow; Emerson 6-ft. mower; McCormick Hammer mill, new; McCormick endgate seeder; Deering binder, 8-ft.; John Deere binder steering device, automatic steering to tractor; 4-sec. drag; 36-ft. grain elevator; steel elevator power; speed Jack; hay loader for repair; 2-hole corn sheller. Pump jack; hay rope, 160-ft.; 2 sets of harness; cooling tank; 4-wheel trailer running gears; circular saw blade, 24-ln.; 20 bu. soy beans; 30 gal- Jar; 4 Incubators, 2 with quick turning trays; kitchen cupboard; day bed; single bed; and other articles. TERMS—Cash; or make arrangements with clerk before the Bale. NO-pgpj erty to be removed until settled for. ' FRED SWAN, Prop. FLAIG & STEWART, Aut-tH. N. L. COTTON, Clerk ffllllillllllllllllllillillllllllillllllllilllllllH I PUBLIC AUCTION : Having decided to quit farming will have a public auction I 1 /! mlle^east of [ Galbraith, 5 miles north and 2 miles west of Lu Verne, 5 miles south and 5 : miles east of Algona, on • _. _____ {Tuesday, December-21 = SALE STAKTS AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS • 58 Head of Livestock 58 .NOTICE UK ttXPIHATIOM UK FUli HKOKMI'TIO* KHOM TAX SAI.K TO JANK GHEY DAVIS AND KKAN- CI.S UHAULEV: You and tacit of you are hereby notified that on tl.e 7th day of iJec- mber, A. D., 1936. the then Treasurer of Koobuth County. M. J. 1'uffy, ui (lie regular Tax Sale held at the Court Hoube In taid County nn >•.' date, bold at Scavenger Tax bale pur- bUunt tu Seetiun T'J55 of Ihe *'utie ol Iowa of 1!*:;5. the followlKB described real e.slate, situated In County itf Kubsuth and titatc of Juwa, towlt: I.ut Twelve (lil in HlocU 14' <>f the Original I'lat of lian- emfi. Iowa. to Flora iluu llradley, low i. I.'i- Ihe ilcllimuent lax./a f..r ilr..- >i-.iin l'j:'.:i. 1U:H and 19JG. -which wtl'- lln-n jjast iluc. d* Jinqui'l.t, iti.ii a 11. i! Ui.ivjli. tli.Tc was i:-- MIC.I to I he .-aid M,M- I'.r.i.ll by the said Treasurer of Kossuth t..i!, Iowa, a T.i \>- I'.rull-.i: .,f I 'ni .-.,a.^c ut .S> a Vfiij.;cl '.s S;il. 111. r.-f..r That on or about the libth duy of (iilol.. r. 1!C7. f..r valual'l.- i ..n> i.l<-: :ili..n. l In: .-aid M.-I.- lii.i.ll. d.ilv a-.MKH.-d, convey,-d. I ra in-f i-nvd and .*• 1 "V.-r naid Tax ('. rllll.-at.- ,.f I'm -.-ha.-..- to M. 1'. Il.iKKard • Al^..n.j. luwa. u !;.. is HM\V tf...- i.t\v- n. ,,WIU-P and IH.1.1.-r- ..f ml.I T,-i\ r-'ali- l'ill nf l'!Hv!,-.iM- T! a; ' ! .- liuK'.s of re.h-nij.1 i.'i: >tii.) Tax Sal..- will exldre und :> Tax I ! under such Certificate will he made by the Treasurer of K'-.-.-iilh c..un- ty. Iowa. eonVeviliK --aid i<al >-lalv y.-i provided h.V law. UllleSS ledelllp Ih.n is ni'tdc within ninety .lays from the completed service of I his Notice. Imted this Cth day of November, A. D., 1»37. It P. HAOOARD . Lawful Owner and Holder of Said Certificate. 49-51 I &—HEAD OF HORSES—8 5s One bay mare, wt. 1750, coining !>, in foal; sorrel mare, white mane, coming 5= 4, wt. 1400; bay mare coming 3, wt. 1400; bay maro coming 2, wt. 1200; white sE mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1250; gray gelding coining 5, wt. Ki50; gray mare coming 5, 55 wt. 1G50; sorrel Buckling colt. | 22 -HEAD OF CATTLE—22 as Eight milk cows; 8 head of white face heifers and feeder steers; 5 white face 5s yearling calves; one Polled Hereford bull, gentle, eligible for registration. 1 30—HEAD OF HOGS—30 Ejj These are Hampshires, long time vaccinated. Some ready for market soon. | FARM MACHINERY, HARNESS, ETC. 55 \v. C. Allis Chalmers tractor, rubber equipped. This tractor well taken care 55 of, A-l shape, used one season; 2-row cultivator with rear wheel mulcher at=s tachments for this tractor; power cultivator lift; IG-ft. Oliver tractor disc; John 55 Deere 2-bottom 14-in. tractor plow, extra set of lays and new coulters; 4-sec. = bteel lever harrow; 8-ft- McCormick-Deering binder, new canvas, good shape; 55 Hoosier endgate seeder; 42-ft. steel elevator, wagon hoist, and nearly new John 55 Deere horsepower; Dlaekhawk manure spreader; McConnick-Deering corn plant=5 er, with plates for hybrid seed corn, and about KJO rods of wire; nearly new Mess Cormick-Deering 5-ft. hay mower, hasn't cut over 50 acres; McCormick-Deering aa N'o. 4 cream separator; McCormick-Deering 8-in. burr feed grinder, new burrs. 55 John Deere worm gear, new type pump jac-k; Briggs & Strattou 3-horse air- S cooled gas engine; 2 high-wheel and one low-wheel wagon, with boxes; 14-ft. S hay rack with low steel wheels; bob sled; sulky plow, walking plow; garden cul- sss tivalor; hay stacker; buck rake; John Deere 2-row cultivator; 3-horse Bailor 55 2-row cultivator; single-row Hayes cultivator; McCormick - Deering automatic 55 dump rake; hay slings; rope sliug; 110-gal. fuel barrel, with hose and lock; 6055 gal. fuel barrel; cream ca;is; Sandwich hanii corn shelter, 1 cooling tank. as tjol Hot 1000 chick brooder stove; chick feeders; 2 incubators; tools; shovels; 55 etc. One set back pad harness; 2 sets of breeching harness, 1 set new last = spring, tan with l :i |-in. traces; new set fly nets; saddle; horse collars; some al= fa If a hay in barn; 2 stacks soy beans. ONE-CAR UARAUE 55 HorSEHOLII GOODS —Dining room set; breakfast set; kitchen cabinets; 55 dressers; chairs, sink; stove; Aladdin lamps; Grand piano; 7-tube 3-wave baud 55 radio; Dexter engine powered washing machine. 200 CHICKENS 55 TERMS —Cash; or if lime desired make arrangements with the clerk before 55 sale day or at the sale. No properly to be removed until setlled for. I H. J. GIES, Prop. U COLVVELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Illinium^

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