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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 8, 1938
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North East Kossuth Page The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1938 CO-OP. CREAMERY HEAD, LEDYARD Annual Meeting Attended by Large Crowd on Saturday Ledyard: On last Saturday afternoon the annual creamery meeting was held In the creamery and was attended by a large crowd. Ed Lpoft was reelected president of the creamery board. No special program was given, but lunch was served by Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Mrs. Leo Anderson. Leo Anderson Is the buttermaker here. Mr. Flynn is secretary of the creamery. ^ At Wedding Sapper Mr. and Mrs. Paul Qelhaus attended a wedding supper Wednesday evening given at Titonka for Jx>rman Hattle, who was married Wednesday to Miss Leola Godden Of Burt. Later in the evening several carloads of friends from here went down and charivaried the «ouple. Mr. Hattle formerly worked at the Qelhaus farm. Attended Court R. Morris, music Instructor In the , local school, took several of the band students to Algona Wednesday evening to attend the concert of the Algona high school band and orchestra. Chicagoans Get Rude Awakening In Ledyard Visit Ledyard: H Chicago folks have any "city" Ideas about life In small towns, then Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson have some new ones. t"he Andersons, who are from Chicago, were visiting at the parental Gus Anderson home. Sunday morning of last week they were startled and radely awakened, early In the morning, when the window glass In their bedroom suddenly crashed to the floor. And In through the broken window flew a fine cock pheasant What happened to the pheasant was not revealed. Wlemer and Elvin Carpenter lomes. The Petersons lived here for several years when Mr. Peterson was manager of the Underkofler durg store. On Thursday afternoon the Methodist Aid held a pot luck supper at the home of Mrs. D. B. Mayer The ladles voted to accept the Inv tatioir of the junior class of the ilgh school to serve the junior-senor banquet to be held in April. The "Ifu '7» eetll !!£ wl " be ln two with-Mrs. Tice Brack. I Elmore Business Man Succumbs Mrfe. Harry Mtmmnn SAVE CLAUDE REECE, 25, LEDYARD Lakota Rhythm Club Officers Are Elected Lakota: The Rhythm club elected officers last week. They have a senior and junior department with a membership of 20 for the two departments. Senior officers are: president, Betty Edwards; vice president, Genevieve Brewer; secretary, Arliss Heetland; assistant sceretary, Dorothy Ukena and Virgil Wirtjes is pianist. Officers for the juniors are: president, Jane Steenhard; vice president, Betty Johnson; secretary, Dorothy Schroeder; assistant secretary, Gretchen Rippentrop with Jane Steenhard, pianist. Mrs. O. H. Frerking is sponsor for the club and they will meet semi-monthly. Hebron News B«enkens Buy Farm The Warner Beenken family recently purchased the farm southwest of town, which has been tenanted by the Ernest Meyer family and moved there last week. The Meyers family moved to a farm south of Titonka. George Hagge attended a fair board meeting at Algona Wednesday. Ray Higley was called to his home in West Bend Monday by the critical illness of his mother. Otis Midthun and Fred Madesky of Elmore visited at the Edward Halverson home Thursday afternoon. Karl Krammcsmeler and his son, Irvin, were In Burt Thursday, where Mr. Krammesmeier was having dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krammea- meier attended the two plays given by the Fellowship club at Grant Center on Thursday evening. Mrs. Edward Halverson entertained at an Aid tea at her home Tuesday afternoon. Those who attended were Mesdames H. M Granner, Lawrence Plngle, B. A. Storey. Chas. Bashara and Miss MauHne Doores. * S^ Bt tn * GrannerHhdme on Friday. Friday evening the Granner family and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson returned to Parkersburg with Mr. Laurltzen to visit nt the Laurltzen home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson of Peterson, Iowa, came Thursday to visit at the H. M. Granner, W. K . received a telephone elll from Elmore, Thursday morning, saying her father, Prank C. Kiester, 65 years old, had suffered a stroke. Mrs. Mussman left at once for his bedside, but he passed away early Thursday morning. Mr. Kiester had not been well for some time having suffered with high blood pressure Funeral services were held at his home Sunday afternoon. He leaves his widow, three sons, Raymond of Mason City, Harold of Minneapolis and DeVere of Elmore, who with his father operate a meat market, and one daughter, Janette, (Mrs. Harry Mussman) of Lakota. This takes two from the family In one week as Harry Mussman's mother passed away following a stroke the preceding Thursday and was buried last week Sunday. Plover Wins, 36-32 From Titonka Five Titonka: An exciting basketball game was played Wednesday evening when Titonka and Plover played on the local floor. Titonka was ahead In the first three quarters but In the last quarter Plover came out ahead with a score of 36 to 32 The junior high also played the Plover junior high team and won by a score of 17 to 9. The next " > wlth Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grabau and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson entertained the following guests at a dinner recently: the Misses Larson, Shaw, Awe. Chipman, Templeton teachers, and nlso, Mr. and Mrs' Hnrry Warburton nnd Mr. and Mrs Edgnr Inlay. Mrs. Beatrice Osland spent a few days last week visiting in Albert Lea. • Harriett Adele Simser have been having the chicken pox the past week. Odin EnRum and family were Sunday visitors at the Otis Mld- huns. Oscar Legrled visited Saturday jight wUh Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson Funeral Services Held on Wed.; Parents, 7 Brothers, Sisters Survive Ledyard: A host of friends nnd former schoolmates Joined with relatives dn Wednesday to pay final tribute to Claude Reece, who passed away Sunday, January 30th, at the St. Joseph's hospital in Manknto. Claude had been in poor health since last spring and on January 10th, he was taken to the hospital at Mankato. He had his appendix removed and several days later another operation was necessary. Two blood transfusions were given but he did not rally and died Sunday, Jan. 30th, at the age of 25 years, 9 months and 28 days. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon in the Methodist church with Rev. Carl Hammer officiating. Burial was in Highland Home cemetery. Pallbearers were: Wilson Brack, Ervin Kllnksiek, Wm. Poppe, Frank Rotterman, Paul Nitz and Walter Logeman. Claude William Reece was born April 2, 1912, on a farm in Springfield township, near Ledyard, and ived all his life at home, helping on the farm. He attended the Ledyard >ublic school, and graduated In [931. Last spring he commenced farming on hid own account. Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. —.. r =«... _e3iue3 nis parents, jnr. ana Airs. Mrs, Bertha Sohii spent last Wed-1 Payton Reece, he leaves 7 brother* Afitfav Urlttl lOTaha! nolan.1 «t T7..« find MffttOPa EVarl nt Tttt* ljT«l.t«« with falo Center. Osland at Buf- Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent Wednesday with the Oscar Frandles. Mrs. Herman Large attended the funeral of her father, Ed Kloat of Blue Earth, last Saturday. Esther Anderson was an overnight visitor with her friend, Norma Hanson last Thursday night. Quite a few attended the annual creamery meeting held in Buffalo Center last Wednesday, Feb. 2nd. Mrs. Carl Miller and Mrs. Hugo Meltz assisted Mrs. Ferdinand Miller with canning meat last Wednesday. Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and her children spent last Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Martin Thompson. Thelma Frandie, Jerome Halverson and John Badje wrote eighth grade examinations at Lakota last Friday. Mrs. Simon Goeke was taken ill quite suddenly last Sunday night, the cause of her sickness having not been learned. Marvin Dyer and Gordon Johnson who are employed In Blue Earth, spent Sunday at the J. R. Johnson and Beatrice Osland homes. Mr and Mr*. O*car Fcandle and Ordale and Mr.* and Mrs.'Adrian Hauskin and Glendin and Shirley spent last Monday at Blue Earth with Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin. Mrs. Clarence Hayward of Stevens pleasantly surprised Mr. Hayward by giving him a party for some of his neighbors and friends in honor of his birthday last Wednesday evening. and sisters, Fred of Moines, , , Wattle of Salt Lake City, Utah, Ed of Ledyard, Mrs. Gladys Pflgs- ley of Des Moines, Laila of Ledyard, Mrs. Dale Estle of Los Angeles. California, and Glenn at home. Many nice things are said of Claude. • Little children liked him and he liked them very much. He was honest and upright, he was industrious and dependable, nnd very well liked. While, in the hospital he was cheerful and even in his suffering, and at times he suffered greatly, he showed a remarkable fortitude. RIYI SALE As I have rented my farm and will move to Algona, I will sell the following described property at my farm, 3>/ a miles north and 2 miles east of Algona or 2 miles east of Plum Creek elevator. Tuesday, February 15 ONE O'CLOCK P.M. 14 Head of Horses 14 One bay mare 9 yrs. old, wt. KioO; one black mare, 9 yrs. old, wt. 1550; one bay mare, smooth mouthed, wt. 1400; one black mare,*smooth mouthed, wt. l.'toO; one bay team mares, 8 and 9 yrs. old in foal, service fees paid, wt c 000; one grew gelding coming 2 years, wt. 1000; one black mare, coming 2 yrs., wt. 1000; two mare colts com ing 1 yr. old; one buckskin mare, smooth mouth, wt. 1300; one bay geld ing, (i vr.s. old wt. 1500; one bay gelding, :5 yrs. old, wt. 1400; one sorrel gelding, :$ years old, wt. laOO. None of these horses had sleeping sickness. 10 Head of Cattle io Four milch cows, fresh. One roan bull two years old. Five- winter calves. Farm Machinery l:{ in. John Deere gang plow; Oliver two bottom tractor plow; International corn planter with 80 rods of wire; two John Deere single row corn plows; John Deere two row corn plow; International nine wheel disc; International one row corn picker with motor; 8 ft. Deering binder; 5 ft. JMcCormick mower; 10-ft. Mef'onnick hay rake; 4-section drag; one hole corn shcllcr, nearly new; International manure spreader; one high wheel wagon with triple bo\; one low wheel wagon, triple box; one iron wheel wagon, hay rake; hob sled; Hoosier endgate seeder; fanning mill; grindstone; two sets ofbreecliing harness; one set buggy harness two sels of ilynets; some horse collars; one Primrose cream separator; hog waterer: two hog troughs; three individual hog houses one hog self-feeder, holds • •lie load; some steel barrels; three gallon chicken waterer; :?.')()-i'«j,<r incubator, nearly new; one new cistern pump; some household goods; kitchen cabinet; buffet; roc-king chair; kerosene lamps and other articles too numerous to mention. TEK.MS—t lash, or if time i» desired, six- the Clerk Ix-luri- the suit- or tit the siUe. No property to be removed until settled for. Henry G. Schick LN. Aiii'Uuiti't'r IttU/ A WIT A'«<f i 21 Took Exams, At Titonka, Fri. Titonka: County examinations were held Friday at the local school house. Twenty-one eighth graders took the examinations under the dfr- ection of Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe. Those taking them were; Grace and Clarence Murra, Jean Putzstuck, Robert Penning, Clarence Ites. John Hike, Marie Krueger, Elsie Larsen. Erna and Ernest Schmidt, Doris Franzen, Bernice Spear, Laura Mayland, Richard Beenken, Katie H»nken, Shirley Bunkofske, Richard Jensen, Margaret Everding, Grace XJbben and Robert Cordes. Mr«. Jule Siefert To Brother's Funeral Ledyard: Mrs. Jule Siefert was called to Eagle Grove Monday by the death of her brother. C. W. Wood, who died at his home of heart trouble. Mrs. Siefert and her son-in-law, Jack Lynch, went Wednesday to Eagle Grove to attend the funeral and then on to Dows where he was buried. One Burned, Two 111 in Series of , Lakota Mishaps Lnkotn: Mrs. John Steenhnrd was taken to the hospital at Albert Lea. Minn., last week Wednesday morning, where she will undergo a major operation as soon as possible. Mrs. Steenhard has not been well for about two years. Little Donald Rippentrop is suffering with a case of the mumps. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop. Mrs. Max Nitz suffered burns on her face and chest recently when the heater door flew open following a gas explosion, throwing hot coals and ashes on her. Her hair was also somewhat burned, but she is recovering nicely. A daughter was born Jan. 29th to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Christ. Lawrence Wolcott, Mankato, Minn., visited friends here over the week end. Pauline Miller entertained a few little friends last week in honor of her sixth birthday. Mrs. Henry Boettcher and Mrs. Adolph Poppe entertained the Lutheran Aid at the church last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wallentine came home from Rochester a week ago Saturday, where Mrs. Wallentine, who has not been well this winter, went through the clinic. Mesdames I. E. Wortman, William Schroeder, Carl Gerzema, Ray Winter and George Heetland entertained the Presbyterian Aid and served a regular 25-cent supper at the church Thursday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop, Chairman of the program committee, had charge of the devotions. Mrs. O. H. Frerklng sang a solo and Mrs. Jerry Ukena played a piano solo , Mrs. Geilenfeldt entertained the Methodist Aid at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. Plans for the Washington birthday dinner were discussed and committees appointed. Mrs. Earl Grabau was elected treasurer to fill the vacancy created when Mrs. E. R. Worley moved to Mason City. Mrs. Grabau's committee served the jnonthly Commercial club dinner Thursday evening. " Mrs. Jerry Heetland attended ttic monthly Farm Bureau board meeting at Burt last week Monday. They enjoyed dinner at the Burt hotel in company with the Burt business men at noon, followed by the meeting. Mrs. Heetland and Lucile Pep- J oon, home demonstration agent, drove to Algorm in the afternoon to attend the meeting of the south half of the county members of the project work to complete plans for the annual Achievement day program. TITONKA NEWS Miss Carol McEwcn, high school teacher, who was ill several days with the flu, went to her home at Storm Lake, Wednesday evening to recuperate. Mrs. Lester Callies is substituting for her. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz were called to Sioux City Thursday evening, when they received word that their daughter, Feme, a student at Morningside college, had an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. SuesU other than members were Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs. Mrs. Carl Callies, Mrs. Jerry Schutjer and Mrs Ullie Wood. Mrs. C. A. Hoon won high and Mrs. H. A. French won low. L. G Gartner returned home on Wednesday evening from a three weeks' visit with his daughter, Mildred, who is a nurse at Chicago; with his aged mother, who is not very well, at Gallon, Ohio; and j with another daughter, Mrs. Vance I Reibsamen at Washington, D. C. His son, Harold, who accompanied him. remained at Chicago fcr an extended visit. Titonka Operetta This Thursday and Friday; 18 in Cast Titonka: A two act high schoo: operetta entitled "Oh Doctor" wit! be presented Thursday and Friday, Feb. 10 and 11, at the high nohool auditorium. Emory Stew art, music instructor, is the direct or, and the piano accompanist is Miss Trevn Jane Carmichael. Cast of characters includes: Russell French, Lorraine Kuchenreuth- cr, Marietta Huber, Robert Reynolds, Charles Becd, Herbert Schram, Sigwell Wood. Harriet Schram, Patricia Ball, Ruth Wel- housen, Jacqueline Callies, Herman Schutter, Donovan Andrews, Burton Hnnsen, Art Loats, Gerald Huber, Vcrdene Boyken and Eugene Jnndl. There is a chorus of doctors, nurses, patients, visitors, cowboys, Mexicans and Spanish boys and girls. Discuss Movie Influence LuVerne: Movies as an influence on American public opinion, was discussed at a meeting of the Progressive Woman's club at the home of Mrs. Harvey Nelson, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Nelson had the subject, "Are the Movies Moving Forward" and Mrs. A. D. Burtis gave a review of the year's best movies. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. No. 4350 in District Court, January Term, 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You Arc Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to bu the last Will and Testament of John Murkgraf, Deceased, dated October 7, 1936. having been this day filed, opened and read, Wednesday, the 23rd day of February, 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same at th,e Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ton o'clock A. M., of the day Cager's Tooth Broken Earl Doegc had the misfortune of having a part of a front tooth broken off while playing in a basketball game between Plover and Titonka, Wednesday evening. Earl is a player on the first tcum. Move to Titonka Mr. and Mrs. George Onken, Bancroft, moved Thursday into the residence which they purchased from George Sonnenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Onken lived here for many years before moving to Bancroft and their many friends are glad to have them return. 1'roucluT U'ins Raffle At the Tyke Theatre, Thursday evening three large baskets of groceries were given away by the Bonacker food nfarket. Rev. W. L. Patterson won the first basket, Mrs. Hay Hansen received the second arid Sever Pannkuk the third. H. A. French was a Des Moines business visitor Wednesday. Mrs. George Breen, Mrs. George Higgens and son, Dale, were Algona visitors Tuesday. Those on the sick list laat week were: Lucille Peterson, Caroll Reaser and Mrs. W. H. Ricklefs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stacker are the parents of a baby boy born Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Mrs. Raymond Bartlett attended a birthday party in honor of her brother, Fred Bierstedt, Lone Rock, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz took their daughter, Mildred to DCS Moines, Wednesday, where siie will take a course in beauty culture. Carlylu Egcsdahl, new proprietor of the Standard Oil station, treated a large number on his opening day. Friday, to cigars, candy and games. Mrs. Pearl Kromminga entertained the birthday club in honor of her birthday Friday evening at Legion hull socially Mr. and Mrs. above mentioned all persona inter ure hereby notified and required to appear, und show cause if any they have, why said instru the Legion hall. The evening was - - - . Abbas of Lukotu moved Friday into the bungalow vacated by the Maurice Hansen family some time ago. Mr. Abbas is night lircman for the train. Ralph Jensen, pioneer resident who has been in poor health for some time, i-, quite ill at his home 1.01 M.VIKKN, IOWA STATK BANK, <Vrk in the north part of town. His daughter, Gertrude is earing for him. —_ —,, —._, ., ,,j w% ».^ «no*.*u- i Mi's. Hay Ocstci rcichci. MI.S \Vm, ment should not be probated and i Schram. Airs, (J.-orge Ivtci-son. Mrs. allowed as and for the last Will and !>.•! Turner, Mrs. U'm. IVtcivroii and Testament of said deceased. Mis. Ray Han:vn aiu-nde.l a bii I h- I'ated at Algona, Iowa, January ' day party, Wednesday altcnioon in **• |1J ' iS - j honor of Kay Thompson's lust HATffAKINE McEVOV, , birthday. She is the daughter 01 Clerk of District Cuurt. ! Mr and Mis. H. K. Thompson \Vcs- ALMA PKARSON, Deputy, ley. who wciv I'ornu-r Tilunka farm- bullivaii, McMahon i Linnan, ITS before moving tu Wesley .-.evcrjl attorney On account of the ill health of my husbnml I will soil at Public Sale at niv farm located 2 miles northeast of Algona, anil on^-Jmlf mile southwest, of Plum Creek elevator, the following described property on Saturday, Feb. SALE TO START At 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. UX H WAGON <)> THE OROtM) Head of Horses One bay gelding 6 yrs. old, wt. 1(520; gray mare fi yrs. old, wt. 1690: gray mare, smooth mouth; black mare, smooth mouth; black gelding, smooth mouth. 20 Head of Cattle 20 N'ine head of Shorthorn cows, fresh or coming fresh; 2 head of heifers coming 2 years old; 2 yearling heifers; 2 yearling steers; and 4 small calves' one roan Shorthorn bull. ' 34 Head of Hogs 34 Thirty head of good feeding hogs; 4 sows with small pigs. Farm Machinery, Etc McCormick-DccrinK 22-36; Mcrormlck-DGerlnp (motor: McCormlck-l>orinp 15-ft. new tractor disc; McCormick-Docrlrm 8-ft. new grnln binder; Doerlng 8-ft. grain binder; McCormlck- Deerlns spring tooth 12-ft. tractor hitch; McCormick-neorinK rotory hop; McCormick-DeerlnR corn planter with wire; New Idea 3-bottom 16-inch tractor plow. McCormlck-Dr^rinK side delivery rake; corn binder; mower; drag and drag rart; seeder with Ki-sns seed attachment; 2 8-ft. discs; potato planter; walking plow; sulky plow; hay rake; 3 corn cultivators; Now Idea sprender; I. H. C'. feed grinder; wood saw with 36-n. blade; tnnk heater; hog waicrer: hop solr feeder; 7!i-K<\l. kettle; 2 drt scrapers. Top Impuy and cutter; boh sled; 2 wngrms with triple boxes; 2 wagons with IG-ft. hay racks; extension ladder; 2 Imy slings; 2 hay forks; fanning mill; Anker Holt cream separator; seed corn rack; pns iKirrels; anvil, forpe and vl-e; iron drill and bit.i; many other tools; one- tlilrd interest in fled Itiver threshing machine. Some alfaffd in barn; .1 slacks of straw; 100 Im. of wlient; 100 Int. of rye; smoke house; 1 individual hop houses; 1-wlirel trailer; fi-eylindor Star sedan; 3 set« of hritehon harness; 3 nets (if fly nets, one set Is new; all leather and in pond shape; 8 horse collars; saddle; electric May- T:IK washing machine; household goods nnd canned poods. TERMS—Cash or see your banker. Xo property removed until settled for. Mrs. George Miller and Jewel M. Larsen I'OMVELL 1IKOK., Auctioneers. IOWA STATE HANK, Alprona, Clerk. CLOSING OUT SALE As we have derided to quit fanning, .vill sell t lie following described property <in the old Keen farm, 2 miles east of Algona on No. 18 MONDAY, FEB. 14 Sale to Start at 11 Sharp Lunch Wagon on the Ground 5 Purebred Percherons One black registered stallion, 2 yrs. old, " Kronprin/" breeding; one black registered mare,!)yrs. old, safe in foal; one black registered mare, 9 yrs. old. One of these mares is out of .Jalep, first prize International winner, the other is out of Maple drove rOclipse, grand champion at Iowa ( State Fair. One black mare 32 yrs. old, out of an imported mare; one grey horse; colt coming 1 yr. old, out. of t lie Jalap mare;.1 grey work horse 10 yrs. old. 32 Head Holstein Cattle K) bead of well bred rows, all but one in milk; 1 pun-bred Holstein bull; 4 t\voyr. old heifers; 11 bead of heifer calves. 22 Head of Hogs 22 H head of Duroc brood sows; 1:5 head of fall pigs; 1 purbred Hampshire boar. 16 Head of Sheep 16 15 ewes, one purehred Hampshire buck. 13O Chickens 130 White Rocks, White Minorca* and White Leghorns FARM MACHINERY, ECT. i portable hog houses. 6x12, with outside pens; John Deere Model A tractor, with 2 row cultivator, one 15 ft. Deere disc, these have been used two seasons; 9 ft. disc; 2 bottom Deere plow; 1 sulky plow; one 10-ft seeder; 1 John Deere endgate seeder; 4 section harrow; 5 ft. mower- 10 ft hay rake; John Deere side delivery rake; John Deere hay loader; 8 ft. grain binder; McCo'rmick corn biiider;«J6 inch Pupec Milage cutter with 2 sets of knives, extra set of knives: curved elbow for blower pipe; 4 hole corn shelter; John Deere corn planter, with 10<) rods of win.-: Ruck Island manure spreader; 2 .single row cultivators; single shovel potato plow: spring- wagon; :: triple box wag- •jns; 2 iron wheeled wagons with hay rucks; 1 foci ler ruck; 10 inch International feed grinder with wagon elevator; saw frame; 30 inch saw blade; stone boat: cream lank: 1 unit DeLaval milking- machine with equipment for 35 cows; one 2 horse electric motor; 1 Dci.aval cream separator, No. 17 with motor; 100 ft. endless 6-inrh belt; 3 sets of breeching harness; collars; :;o ft. extension ladder; slcp ladder; 45 bu. self-feeder; 2 su-d h</g troughs: 4 u-nudcn trough.-,, feed bunk; One Minute fanning mill; 12 ft. loading chute, mounted; .steel wheel barrow; swill carl: pick-up cart; forge; anvil; tractor umbrella: trunk: 8 ten gallon milk runs; saddle: pony saddle: 211) ft. new hay rope; -set of hay slings; hay forks; bull crate; sU-.-l bull staff; :>. chicken ci.,tc>: seed emu rack • J gas barrels, heavy lifting jack: Buick sedan; 4 bu. Hybrid seed corn, 20 tons alfalfa h.,y in barn; 1 stack straw; 40 ton silage; 30 acres of corn stalks; also ti acres of timber land N. U. of Plum l.'ieek station: Majestic range; circulating heater; Hot Blast heater: 1 kerosene range: '• refrigerators: 1 good piano and other items. TEKHS — ('ash, OJT make arrangements. Mrs. A. J. Keen & Lou Matern, Auctioneer Security State Bank, Clerk

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