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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 18, 1938
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The Algona Upper l)es Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 18,1938 North East Kossuth Page KOSSUTH LADIES PLAN TO RAISE 1,500 TURKEYS Mrs. Moulton, Mrs. But- terfleld Begin Work on Project Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfleld visited Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roac Moulton. The ladles are sisters. Last year they raised 500 turkeys on the Butterfleld farm near Swca City and this year plan to have 1500. Mrs. Moulton expects to go to Swea City about March 1. -edyard Church S. S. Board Met Ledyard: On Thursday evening he Sunday School board of the Methodist church met at the home f Supt. H. M. Oranner. Plans vere made for a church and Sun- ay School party to be held in the hurch Wednesday, Jan. 20. The following committees were ppointech invitations, Mrs. D. B. layer; entertainment, Mrs. H. M. Granner and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter; ood, Mrs. Ed Halverson and Mrs. B. A. Storey. Plans were also made for a con- est to be held in the Sunday School rom Jan. 23 to April 1. Captains 'or the two sides were named as ollows: Duane Thompson and Cathleen Reece. Points will be _iven for attendance, punctuality. new members, visitors, parents it- ending and church attendance. Card Party Hosts Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz entertained at a card party at their home last Friday evening. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, Irvin Klinkslek, Jack Moulton, Lorenz Nitz, Owen and lona Her- how, Herbert NJebauer, Ed Munyer, Dorothy Stubbe, Luetta Gelhaus, Doris Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome. Ledyard Wins Fair On Tuesday evening the Ledyard basketball teams played Grant at Ledyard and won both games. The score in the girls' game was CO to 12, and the score of the boys' game •was 18 to 21 in Ledyard's favor. Mr. and Mrs. Tice Brack and daughter, Mrs. Walter Miller, were Elmore callers on Tuesday. On Thursday afternoon Mrs. Fred Ploeger entertained the Reformed church Ladles' Aid at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Johnson spent Sunday and Monday at the Peter Johnson home in Bancroft. Richard Zielske and Herbert were in Buffalo Center last Tuesday, where Herbert received medical treatment. Mrs. Will Brand and daughter returned, to their home in Hubbnrd Tuesday after having spent two •weeks with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. August Knoner. Laura Johnson returned to her work at the Silver Gray cat? in Al- t'.nr on Friday after a two weeks visit at the hcirc of her parents Hr.-end Mrs. J. Johnson. On Wednesday evening, Mr. ant Mrs. J. H. Welfare entertained Mr and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus and Mr and Mrs. Charles Hilferty for din ner In honor of Mr. Welfare'* birth day. CARS CRASHED NEAR LAKOTA Mrs. Ed Jordahl has been somewhat ill the past week. Mrs. Ferdinand Miller has been sick with the flu for the past week. Oscar Frandle attended an assessors' meeting in Algona last Tuesday. Mrs. John Osland spent last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bertha Sohn. Jennie and Bertha Badje spent ast Tuesday with Mrs. Hardy Jordahl. Norms Hanson was an over night visitor with Esther Anderson last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matheson spent Sunday night with Selmer Mathe- con and family. Mrs. Gust Nelson Is assisting at Ihe home of George Galleghar car ing for the new girl. Hardy Jordahl nnd John Badje autoed to Eagle Grove last Tuesday on some business. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jordahl anc family spent last Sunday afternoon at the John Badje home. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Mathesor and family visited last Sunday at the Clarence Boettcher home. Mrs. Tom Berg entertained the Farm Bureau Club last Thursday There were nine ladies present Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halverson and daughters of Ledyard were Sunday dinner guests of the Otl Midthunes. William Henry, infant son of Mr and Mrs. Henry Larson, passec away Jan. 4th at Grand Meadowi and was buried Jan. D. Mr. am Mrs. Henry Larson were formerly of Hebron township. • Herman and Anna Larson at- None Injured Seriously as Machines Collide Near Christ Farm Lakota: An accident happened last week Wednesday morning when a car driven by a party from Esther- vllle coming from the east near the Leonard Christ farm just east of town, struck a car about to turn orth at the foot of the hill. The oad was too icy to stop in time to void th* accident. No one was ser- msly injured although those in the Esthervlllc car were cut and bruis- d by glass from the windshield. Tie Ley garage wrecker brotfght car to town and a wrecker from Esthervllle came later in the day nd towed it back and the parties who were riding in the car went to Esthervllle with them. Injured, Butchering Lakota: Leonard Christ suffered • serious accident last week Monday while butchering when the knife slipped and cut a deep gash In the fleshy part of his leg. The knife was reported to have cut a gash about one inch long, but from two to three Inches deep and the wound bled profusely. Dr. Williams took care of the wound and Mr. Christ is now recovering. At Algona Meeting G. E. Sanders and son,»Floren, Carl Berkstein and Mr. and Mrs. H. Warburton drove to Algona ast week Tuesday, where Mr. Sanci- rs and the Warburtons attended he annual meeting of the Nat- onal Farm Loan Association at the Legion hall. More than 150 were n attendance and a good meeting esulted. The directors, Messrs Patterson. Egel, Sanders. Weber ind Schenck were all reelected. The drive home was a hazardous trip >ecause of the blinding snow storm and darkness. Several cars were n the ditch caused by Inability to ollow the paving. C. O. Peterson .nd Steve Powers also attended the meeting. Mr*. Winkie Is Busy Bee Hostess Union: Mrs. Clair Winkie was hostess to the Busy Bee Club and their husbands at her home at a card party last Friday evening. Jan. Mth. This is an annual affair. A covered dish luncheon was served. Whooping cough Is invading some of the schools of the township. Olaf Romstad is doing some carpenter work at present in West Bend. Mrs. Gene Van Horn, West Bend, was a guest recently of her cousin, Mrs. Olaf Romstad. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hansen move'l into their new home recently completed on highway 169 near Burt. Miss Ellen Steussy, teacher for District 5, is staying at the Bob Harvey home during the bad weather. Jessie Sarchett returned to West Bend to keep house for her uncle, Joe McCormick shortly after New Years. Mrs. Jacob Wlnkel entertained at a family duck dinner Monday noon in honor of the 22nd birthday of her daughter, Frances. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and the letter's mother, Mrs. John Lamuth, drove to Gllmore City last Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth. Mrs. F. A t Gibbs of Brinkley, Arkansas, has been visiting her niece, Mrs. Roy Sarchett and her brother, Mr. Spear at the Sarchett home. Dinner guests recently at the Clair Winkie home were Mrs. Winkle's brothel's and families, the Harold Hansens of Plum Creek and the Roy Hansens of Sexton. KOSStTTH CO! NTV'S 1937 AtTO DEATH TOIX Philip T. Rierson, 38, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Emil Lflnbs. 51. Lone Rock. Juan Medina, 24. Ledynrci, Lowell Kruse. 19, West Side. H. C. McLmighlin. 51, Res Moines. Fred Simposn. 40. Bancroft Herbert Curtis. 28. Elmore. Minn. Irvin Richter, 20. Elmore. Minn. Elmer Melssner. 21, Elmore, Minn. Louis Schaumberg, 26. Elmore, Minn. Harry Blondin, 28, Elmore. Minn. Herman Balvance, 59. Bancroft. WILL YOUR NAME BE ON THE 1988 DEATH ROLL CAM,? Louis Braatz' Hosts At Birthday Party Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Thursday evening in honor of their daughter, Ella, it being her 13th birthday. The guests were schoolmates in her grade who are as follow: Elmer Maahs, Wayne Gade. Norman Schultz, Lois Ohm. Elenora Ostwald, Elenora Voigt, Phyllis Vaudt. Ida Bernau, Majorie Wegener, Elizabeth Lentz, Geraldine Mallory. Mrs. Henry Larson at Grand Mea< jw last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Burnlld Legried Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and family, Mrs. C. O. Legrled, Runsel, Clemens and Bonna spent last Sunday with the Oscar Frandles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grocn and daughter, who has spent the past three weeks at fie Sheldon Merrill 1'ome, are now at the Groen Bros, liome for an Indefinite visit. The Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng were Thursday visitors with the Joe Rlslus family near Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leslie attended the Jackson Day dinner in Des Molnes a week ago Saturday evening. Fern Olthoff gave a party for her junior Sunday School class at the Jerry Heetlands last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Robert Williams entertained the American Legion Auxiliary last week Monday and Mrs. Delia Smith was a guest speaker. The following Wednesday the women held a sewing meeting with Mrs. I. E. Wortman. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geerdes and daughter, Darlene, and Walter Geerdes drove to Spencer last week Monday and visited until Tuesday afternoon with relatives, but found hazardous driving In the storm be- Mr». J. B. Telcanap, Ol'e Rlppentrop and son, Joe, all celebrated their birthdays with a party at the Tel- camp home last week Wednesday evening) Present were the Ole, the Everett Rip- pentrops, the Alvin Rlppentrops, the Cort Rlppentrops, the Geo. Ennens and the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking. The Edward Hagges of Buffalo Center were at the parental George Hug»e home Thursday. PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming, I will hold a closing out sale on my farm located 3 miles north and 1 mile east of Whittemore, 8 miles west and 2 miles north of Al^ona, 1 miles south and 1 mile east of Fenton, on Tuesday, Jan. 25 Lady "Rasslers" At Armstrong Tuesday, Jan. 25 Over 400 attended the wrestling matches at Armstrong last Tuesday evening despite the bad weather and the card was much enjoyed. Bull Ross defeated Chief Mad Wolf, the Indian In a wild match that had the crowd on their feet. The House of David won from Johnny Carlln of St. Louis. Tho match which stole the show was between Henry Kolln, world middle weight champion and Tony Churney of Dallas, Texas. The match proved a draw. Al Lights of Virginia, Minnesota, proved too tough for Fariss of Davenport in the opening preliminary. It was a well balanced card and pleased the fans who were present The next card Tuesday evening, January 26th, Is going to be a ringer. Two main events are to .feature the all-star card. A novel feature will be a '!mud wre»tlln£_ match new sport introduced from India and is packing houses to the roof all over the United States. Contrary to general opinion, only the grapplers themselves become embroiled in the muddy mire in which they wrestle. Texas rules always. For those who like old-time grappling of the Frank Gotch style, two faster and more scientific boys could not have been matched to headline this part of the card than Swede Oberg and Bill Krueger. A special match between two of the outstanding women wrestlers is scheduled for a one-fall bout with a 30-minute time limit. These girls have a iiagful of new tricks. They are pastmasters in the art of kicking, scratching, biting and hair pulling. Babe Wagner of Minneapolis and Kate Hopkins of Westport, Minn., will tangle in this bout. Art Hlntz of Fairmont will also rassle Dutch Hopkins of Westport, Minnesota, in the preliminaries. You should go early if you want a good seat. Mrs. Violet Walker 4-Corners Hostess Four Corners: The Four Corners M. and D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Violet Walker. The meeting was opened with "The Lit tie Brown Church In the Vale." Roll call was answered with How I Spent the Holidays. A magazine article was read by Mrs. Su ale Witham substituting for Mrs. lona Green. A piano solo was ployed by Mrs. Evelyn McNeill. A white elephant grab bag caused much hilarity. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Evelyn McNeil. Mrs. John Sabin, daughters June and Janice, spent a few days recent-. ly with her mother, Mrs. Edith Rich, Algona. The J. P. Nickersons and Louis Lowmans were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Alexanders and the Arch Walkers were dinner guests of the John Sabins. Leo Dailey Gains Promotion Leo Dailey, who for the past 11 years has been the secretary of the Spencer Chamber of Commerce, as well as secretary and manager of the Clay County Fair, has been elected secretary of the Sioux City Chamber of Commerce, and wll! take up his new duties February 15. Leo, who "is an Algonn boy serving for a few years as foreman of the Algona Upper Des Moines is credited with making tho Clay County Fair the best county fair in the United States. He was chosen from n field of 50 applicants for the Sioux City position. Leo's mnny Algona friends will be pleased to learn of his great advancement, which means perhans S3 .100 a year. Ht leaves Spencer with regret, but could not resist the new and tempting offer. The Spencer Reporter makes the following comment on Leo's record: "Under Dailey's secretaryship both the chamber and the fair have reached their present prominence. The fair, now recognized as The World's Greatest County Fair, stands as one of the biggest tributes to the success of Dailey's work .he nets nnd proceedings of the Sonrd of Directors of the corpora- ion done and taken during the >reeeding year, nnd for the trnns- iction of such further and othrc nisiness as mny properly come be- ore the meeting. At a meeting of the Board of Directors on January -14, 1938, it ivns unanimously agreed upon to postpone the annual meeting of the Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company to February 3, 1938. nt 12:30 p. m. in the high school aud- torlum because of a high school basketball tournament being held on Jnnunry 23. 1938 at 12:30 p. m. The board unanimously agreed that they would meet in the high school nuditorium on January 29, 1938, and transact the postponement of the nnniml meeting to February 5, 1938, at which time the superintendent of the high school has agreed thnt we may use the high school gymnasium and auditorium. The Methodist ladies have agreed to serve the dinner. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY, M. P. CHRISTIANSEN. 3.4 Secretary. is the breakfast I bank on" soys Great American All-Star Quarterback, VERNE HUFFMAN, pilot of thf 1937 winning All-Star Football (ram/ • Mothers by the millions give this wonderful whole-grain cereal to children because it's so rich in food energy, so rich in flavor. Yet costs but Vt cent per portion. There is no other oatmeal like Quaker Oats!... And Quaker Oats has the extra valueof Nature's Vitamin lithe precious vitamin you need daily to combat nervousness, constipation, poor «p- Annual Meeting Postponed until Feb. 5,1938 Notice Is Hereby Given that the regular annual meeting; of the stockholders and subscribers to Capital Stock of the Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company, accord- Ing to Article Ten of the Articles of Incorporation, shall be held In Al- I gona. Iowa, on the last Saturday in ThP T P NIokersons who moved January. 19 3 8 . for the Purpose of me J. f. iNicnersons wno moveu .„„,,„_ _, ji _-„•„,.,, *„- tv,_ ,,„„,;,,,, to this vicinity 30 years ago March 1, moved to Algona Jan. 2. The Arthur Alexanders moved to the Nickerson farm. A surprise farewell was held at the Nickerson home on December 29. Guests were members of the M. and D. cluh and families, who took a covered dish luncheon. The afternoon wnt> spent at 500. Mrs. John Sabln won the high score prize. election of directors for the coming year and for receiving and, If approved, ratifying and confirming all St. John's. Bancroft, Beat Seneca Team Seneca: The Seneca high school basketball teams went to Bancroft Sale will start at 1230 sharp Lunch wagon on grounds 6 Head of Horses 6 the St. JonrrtT teams. The Seneca boys' second team defeated the St. John's second team but the Seneca first team •was defeated by the fast St. John's team by a score ol 21 to 11. Otto Wilberg Horn* Otto Wllberg returned to his home from the Fort Dodge hospital Monday, where his back was put in a cast. Mr. Wilberg suffered n broken back last Wednesday when a tree fell on him. Ralph Drinnnn returned to his home Monday from a three weeks' visit with relatives nt Harvey. 111. Noradel Dotson entertained a group of friends at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday. Mrs. C. O. Dotson went fo Minneapolis Thursday, where she will help care for her sister-in-law, who was seriously burned in an explosion a few months ago. How Long Con a HumanBeingLive? 1 black team, mare and gelding, 9 and 10 years old, wt. about 3000 Ibs.; 1 blue roan gelding, 5 years old wt about 1600 Iba.; 1 strawberry roan mare, 5 years old, wt about 1800 Ibs.. in foal; t well matched strawberry roan team, mare and gelding, 3 years old, wt. about. 2800 Ibs. These are all good work horses and in good condition. None have had sleeping sickness. 45 Head of Cattle 45 13 milch cows 11 are milking, others will be fresh soon; 18 head of steers and heifers in feed lot, good condition; 10 calve* 6 months old, excellent stock; 3 small calves; 1 yearling Hereford bull. 28 Hogs 28 Consisting of 28 good thrifty sowa and barrow». A fine bunch of feeder pigs. Milking Machine—Electric Fence—Wood Saws ine machine complete with two milking units; electric fence, late model; 1 good f"L™ and"mandrel; one 36-inch saw blade; one 48-inch buzz saw blade; 2 cross cut FABM MACHINERY, ETC. -Deering Binder, 8ft; Deering cornbindcr; New McCormick-Dcering Mower. 5 er; Oliver International k Deerinu Binder, 8ft; Deering cornbindcr; New McCormick-Dcering Mower. 5 ft; k DeeruiK Hay loader; Keystone side delivery rake; New John Deere manure^spread- Tandlm Disc 10 ft; John Deere »99 corn planter; John Deere Tractor plow, 3-bottom; (Two row cultivator; single row cultivator; 4-sectton drag; 5-section drug; 10-foot ?*!.i iri^ S2 ft. coniDlete with power jack and wagon lift; Black Hawk corn Officers Installed At Burt Lodge Burt: At the regular meeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 201 Tuesday evening Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, district instructor, installed the following officers: Lulu Hawcott, W. M.; J. P. Trunkhill, W. P.; I Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, A. M.; Walter Sorensen, A. P.; Mrs. G. E. Brace, secretary; Mrs. E. E. Paine, trcas- urer; Mrs. Walter Sorensen. cond.; I Mrs. J. T. Heaney, asst. cond.; Mnt. I M. L. Vinaas, chaplain; Mrs. Lillian Frederickson, marshal; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, organist; Mrs. John Fisher, Adah; Mrs. O. H. Schmidt. Ruth; Mrs. J. G. Thaves, Esther; Mrs. L. E. Roetman, Martha; Mary Tjaden, Electa; Mrs. C. H. Schrader, warden; and Mrs. J. G. McDonald, sentinel. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel acted as marshal and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer as chaplain for the installation services. Livermore Masons Installed Officers Livermore: The Masonic order held their installation of officers Monday evening, with the following officers for the coming year: Ole Nelson, W. M.; Dr. R. W. Beardiiley, S. W.; Charles E. Brown, J. W.; W. F. Johnson, treasurer; Guy Raney. secretary; John Olson, S. D.; Ray Falb, J. D.; M. Wilderman, S. S.; Lee Colwell, J. S.; James Temple, tyler. Following the installation which was in charge of Carl Eckelb'erg- er. rf Humboldt, the grmii retired to the Town Tavern where they were served. Jn peria Sat* ^eed r; Kaoo fanning mill; hanger mill; hand corn sheller; Mck Deering endgate seeder; Emerson gang plow; 2 wagons with boxes; low wagon; wagon k-Deering enuisu ants-Morse engine; engine ^ h. p.; Cushman engine; drag *" ^^ k seed corn sheller; haad corn sheller; McCormick-Deer- steel tank ; anvil; cooling tank; 3 sets harness; horse clip- WlU> cart; bobsled; in * Cre r '^oners' wormear woven wlrlsU etcher; grind stone; potato plow; 75-gaUon feed mTxer wd P .l 0 £r; 2 *otat" sprayers ; several oil barrels and pump*; post drill; some household good*. luu* of *W-W »«»«« "Hlder, Diujl ' ovcr *•* »"«>««»*. 6 luouth*' time will te.rbeajUi« 7 percent intern* from date ol »ali». No property to be reiuov- Scoring ^credit *houM make arrangement with clerk before dute of Thrre'i in in- tcrcftttnff qurv lion »nd th< antwfr i* vrry, very simple. Htrrinc *cci- dtnUI doth yon livt only birth. «o thr importance of taking care of OIR'I health ii not a mailer that tho*M be left until Mimethins happen*. In order to build up your health yrni ihniitd build up your bfood. "'The Lilt Stream, and the thing to lake U CORVAN Tablets, containing tonic*. iron in a form rant} as»tnttlatr<l ami Vitamin II. Ibe body builder. Gel Corvan Tablets ln<Jiy. don'l net along being juM hVM wrtl. A%lt it* how yon cm tr»t Them without rifk. Get COKVAN TABLETS today at Tractor - Supplies Tractor Tires and Tire Chains Sleeves, Pistons and Rings 'Motor Bearings, New Departure and Timken Bearings and a complete supply of .into parts Safety Glass We can supply Safety Glass for any make of car or trti^k: Greenberg's i Auto Supply *>*• Mile. Peter Elbert Colwell Bros., Aucts. Farmers State Bank, Clerk Again we are confronted with the hazard of slippery roads. For the next few months t.he danger of skidding will have to be kept in mind. What precautions are you taking? Do you drive along at your usual rate of syeed and trust to luck that you will not encounter anything that will call for a sudden stop? Many motorists do and later regret it. Applying your brakes, when driving at a high rate of speed, does not help. You merely slide along the icy pavement. The safe i.hing to do is. this: drive slowly; approach intersections, stop signs, school zones, and traffic sig- ( nals with caution and care; think! Affidavit of Proof of Service KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. STATE OF IOWA, In the Justice of the Peace Court of P. A. Danson of Algona Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. Herman Becker, plaintiff, vs. Two white face heifers. I, Herman Becker, of Irvington Township, Kossuth County, State of Iowa, after being duly sworn, depose and state: That two white face heifers being of a weight of 700 pounds each, were tnken up by myself on the 10th day of November, A. D., 1937, in Irvington Township, Kossuth County, Iowa; That I posted three notices, each being the exact duplicate of Exhibit "A" hereto attached and made a part of this affidavit, in the following place towit: one notire was posted at Frankl's store in Irv ington Township, Irvington, lo /a; one notice was posted at McLain's Store in Irvington Township, Irvington, Iowa, and one notice was posted at Farmer's Co-Operative Elevator in Irvington Township, Irvington, Iowa; all three notices being posted at their respective places on the dth day of January A. D., 1938. That said two white face heifers above referred to remain unclaimed and are still in my possession. That there were no brands or marks or other means of identification on or about said two animals changed or altered to my knowledge, either before or after the same were taken up. Signed ut Algona. lowu. on January 17th A. D., 1938. HERMAN BECKER. Subscribed and sworn to before me. P. A. Hanson, a notary public in and for Kossuth county, State of Iowa, on January 17th, 1938, and being his voluntary act and deed. Signed by said Herman Becktr. P. A. DANSON, Notary Public In arid For Kossuth t'ounty, State of Iowa. EXHIBIT "A" NOTICE 01'' THE TAKING t'P AN ESTRAY Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, residing in Irvington Township, Ko^uth County, State of Iowa, did on the 10th day of November, A. D., 1937, take up as estruys two white face heifers being of a weight of 700 pounds each, of the color of red and white. That aiiid animals are now in the posseasioji of the undersigned ut his residence in Irvinglon Township, in said county. Dated this 6th day of January A. D., 1938. (Signed) HERMAN BECKER. 3-! farm Sale Because I am moving to Mitchell County, I will sell at public auction, Wednesday, Jan. 26 nt my place, 4 milcH west and 4 miles north of Wesley, or 1 mile east ami 4 miles north of Sexton, or 1 mile south of Doan church. FOLLOWING PROPERTY BALE STARTS AT IP. M. SHARP— 3 Head of Horses One hlack gelding, 5 years old; one old hlack team, mare and 25 Head of Cattle 1J> head of white face lieifers, been on full feed since first of October; one white face steer; 3 milch cows; 2 yearling calves. Farm Machinery One -John Dcerc Tractor, Model I); «m- F-12 Tractor with cultivator, al- Jiio.-t new; one John Deeiv 40 ft. elevator with power and hoist, 2 years old; one K'oek Island two row cultivator; one Hayes single row cultivator; two snri'ace single row cultivators: one disc single row cultivator; one Dcering grass mower one drag cart ; one .John Deere gang plow; one One Minute funning mill one hand corn sheller; one cndgafe seeder; one seed corn dryer; 15 sets of harness and 2 sets of Hynets. Other articles too numerous lo mention. TERMS— Cash, or make arrangements with banker. A. B. Venteicher Owner Whittemore State Bank, Clerk Lou Matern, Auctioneer

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