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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1938
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' va ^R^S^r?" t -f " 1938 North East Kossuth News Ledyard Basketball Teams Split 2 Games Ledyard: A capacity crowd filled the gymnasium seats when Ring- eted and Ledyard boys and girls met for the first game of the season. The boys were defeated by Rlngsted 81 to SO and the Ledyard girls defeated the Ringated girls by the score of 52 to SS. Marjorle Lynch was ill several days and unable to attend school. The Ledyard post office will be open from 8 to 11 on Thanksgiving Day. Miss Viola Claussen of Colorado is •visiting- her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kramersmeier. Mr. and Mrs. 3. F. Sullivan attended the funeral of an uncle at Whlttemore last Monday. Gerhardt Flcken of Guckeen, Minn., came Thursday to stay a few days at the Geo. Hagge home. Fred Bauman accompanied Henry Beeken of Fairmont to northern Minnesota to hunt deer for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller and daughter were visiting at the parental Tice Brack home Wednesday evening. Miss Barslou of Little Boy, Minn., who is vacationing here, is visiting this week with her grandparents, the Martin Berhows. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were ' at the parental F. T. Lewis home i Thursday evening where they en- Joyed an oyster supper. TiUle Swalve who works at the Jack McDonald home, is spending a week's vacation at the parental Otto Swatve home at Bancroft The produce station which was formerly operated by the Farmers Elevator and creamery changed hands last Monday and Mr. Schroed- of Titonka is now running the station. He formerly worked with the Johnson produce at Titonka for seven years. Mrs. L. Skaar accompanied Mrs. Sain Link of Swea City to Rochester Friday to see Sydney. Mr. Skaar returned with them but returned to Rochester on Saturday night Sydney is improving: nicely, and it is expected they will be able to bring him home by the last of next week. LEDYARD WOMAN SUFFERS RELAPSE Ledyard: Mrs. Harriet Mateene whom it was thought was recover ing nicely, suffered a relapse on Tuesday caused from a blood clo and infected veins. She was order ed back to bed to stay for abou a month. Home Project School Of NE Kossuth Meets Lakota: The Women's home proj ect training school for the leaden of Ledyard and Lincoln township! was held last week Monday at Mrs C. O. Petersons west of Lakota witl 15 local leaders present Mrs. Rutl Hicks, home demonstration agent, gave an Interesting lesson on Mak Ing the Best Use of Home Produc ed Foods. A delicious meal was pre pared and served at noon, the menu being as follows: cheese and bacon sandwiches, buttered rutabagas cinnamon apple salad, lemon cake pudding and coffee. This meal was later checked as to food value, cost etc. The next meeting will be witt Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Jan. 8. The lesson will be Methods of Cookery of Tender Cuts of Meat Mr. and Mrs. Gene Drew of Depew spent Tuesday evening at the F. E. Slagle home. Lakota Man Married Lakota: The marriage of Robert Oligvle, Lakota, and Irene Perslg Elmore, Minn., Nov. 2nd., was announced last week. They were married at the Presbyterian parsonage at Algona and were attended by Mr. ana Mrs. Earl Thorson. The groom is a son of Mrs. O. D. Frye and the bride is a daughter of Mr. add Mrs. Earl Perslg, Elmore. Entertains Acorn Club Lakota: Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht entertained the Acorn club Thursday afternoon with 18 members in attendance. Mrs. H. Bert Ley was a guest Following the business meeting, Mrs. Jerry Heetland gave a talk on Iowa Reserves and Parks and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht led in group singing and Mrs. H. Bert Ley sang a. solo. Miss Bonnstetter, Algona, was to have talked on Conservation of Health in Iowa, but was ill and could not come. Former Lakota Man Married in St. Paul Lakota: Truman Turley, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. William Turley ant Pearl Iverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Iverson of Fargo, N. D. were married at the Lutheran parsonage in St Paul, Minn., Saturday, Nov.lZth. They were attended by the bride's parents. Both Mr and Mrs. Turley have been employed in Minneapolis and will continue to matte their home there. Mrs. Turley is a niece of Mrs. Arthur Ogren of Lakota. Jake Peterson and George Wer- inga were Mason City visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton were business visitors at Blue Earth, Minn., last week Tuesday. Roger Grabau celebrated his 10th birthday last week Monday evening with a dinner party for a few friends. The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. I. E. Wortman last week Monday evening. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Fred Schroeder. Florence Householder, Lone Rock visited school here last week Friday. Miss Householder taught the primary grades here several years and is now teaching in Humboldt Mrs. P. L. Koppen and son, Paul, have been ill for the past week with the flu but are slowly recovering. The flu epidemic in this vicinity this fall seems to be of a severe type. A group of 20 friends of Mrs. Delia Smith gathered at her home Thursday evening to help her celebrate a birthday. Bridge and visit- Ing furnished entertainment and a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grabau and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Anderson were hosts at a six o'clock dinner for the rest of the teaching fcaulty and Mrs. 2hipman at the Grabaus last week Wednesday evening. The rest of the evening was spent socially. Mrs. Samuel Warburton drove to Swea City last week Tuesday afternoon to attend a meeting of the W. C. T. U. at the home of Mrs. Tweeten. Mrs. J. P. Skow of Wes- ey was the speaker and gave a report of the W. C. T. U. convention. SU8I!V-by Edith Swansim Exclusively each week In tie Alglffia tips** tStt MottBS Read The Want Ads—Tt Pays Perhaps, this year, distance will keep Mother, Dad, son or daughter from joining you 'round the table. Then why not do the next best thing . . . talk to them by telephone.' You can telephone at any time to other places in the United states from 7:00 Wednesday night, through Thanksgiving Day until 4:30 a. m. Friday at the lowest Long Distance rates. Whittemore Pair Has Wedding Anniversary Lotts Creek: Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Pljahn and family drove to Whittemore Friday evening to help Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pertl celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Pljahn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pertl. Mr. and Mrs. Pertl are well and can be around. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck anjj daughter, Lucille and son, Henry, of West Bend, were Thursday visitors at the Ed Lieb home. Mrs. Noah Reisner and Mrs. Herman Ruisner attended the Burt Ladies Aid meeting Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Kohler was the hostess. Hugo Faulstich who is living on the Robert Liesner farm is building a garage. Emil Blerstodt of Fenton and Otto Ruhnke assisted him with the work. Mrs. Arthur Jackman and her daughter, Grace of Lotts Creek, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt and daughter, Carol Jane of Fenton were Wednesday afternoon visitors at the Hugo Faulstich home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lieb and sons, Duane and Eugene were Thursday evening visitors at the Albert Meyer home at Whlttemore to help Mr. Meyer celebrate his birthday. Mr. Meyer is a brother of Mrs. Lieb. Farm Bureau Work Revived in Union Union: The Women's Farm Bureau is to be revived in Union township after a lapse of ten years. Mrs. Will Dodds has been appointed chairwoman of the organization in Union. Mrs. Earl Taylor was appointed by the Union Mothers and Daughters club as their representative to attend an all day session at the Plum Creek community room on Tuesday, Nov. 22. A member was to be appointed as representative from the Union Busy Bee club. Project work this year is Nutrition. I" HELLO, FOLKS— Make This An Electrical Christmas" SUGGESTIONS: Westinghouse Befrigerators Westinghouse or Hot Point Appliances Hoover Vacuum Cleaners Floor Lamps KOSSUTH' FINEST ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES PRATT ELECTRIC BURT WOMEN HAVE LUNCHEON Burt: About 60 women attended the Women's Safari and luncheon at the Methodist church Thursday The various departments and boards of the church were explained by means of talks, playlets, etc. Lurena Wessel was in charge of the program, under whom several other women had charge of different sections. On the program were Mesdames G. E. Brace, Martin Becker, G. C. Allen, J. G. Sewlck, W. R. Chafee, A. G. Volentine, L. H. Schenck, F. V. Stow, F. I* Ryerson, M O. Richards, Jay D. Graham, C. S. Coffin, Clara Olson, M. M. Chlpman, Bertha Wallace, Lawrence Stalnbrook and Sellna Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney spent Friday in Minneapolis. Mrs,- Belle Reynolds entertained the birthday circle Friday afternoon. Mrs. P. L. Dremmel entertained the Sewing Circle Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baer are the parents of a son, born Wednesday, Nov. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Beckworth visited relatives at Elmore, Affnn., rhursday. Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Blelch and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt were Rake visitors Friday. I. W. Hansen and Walter Sorenson attended the auto show in Des Moines Thursday. Mrs. H. E. Racbut and Mrs. R. A. Bleich visited friends and relatives at Titonka Friday afternoon. The Queen Esther circle meets Monday evening, Nov. 21, with Phyllis Brooke and Mabeline Miller. O. P. McDonald has been very poorly again the past week or two. Helen Schwietert is caring for him. The Clarence Alsups moved Friday to Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tietz also moved with them. Mrs. Mary Powers, Fontanelle, came a week ago to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. R. E. Moy- J. G. Thaves, former editor of the Burt Monitor, was taken to Iowa City Thursday for treatment at the University hospital. The Stanley Blacks have moved into the Martin Larsen home and will occupy it this winter, while the Larsens are in California. Lieut L. E. Fairbanks and a friend, Lieut Olmstead, Shreveport, La., spent the week end a week ago at the G. U. Fairbanks home. Dr. and Mrs. L. L Bowie and their daughter, Mrs. Carver, Zearing, visited the first of the week at the Supt. Condit Bowie home. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chlpman entertained the W. W. Boettchers, O. H. Grahams, and F. A. Ringsdorfs at a duck dinner Thursday evening. The Busy Bee club held its annual banquet at which they entertained their husbands, Thursday evening. Forty were in attendance. Mrs". Gertrude Thompson left on Tuesday for Sioux Falls, a D., where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Girton. Mrs. E. E. Paine took her granddaughter, Jandyce Sells, to her home at Algona, Thursday. Jandyce had spent several weeks here with her grandparents. Wm. Eividge celebrated his 83rd birthday Saturday by entertaining the C. B. Chlpmans and R. F. El- vidges and the Roy Jensens of Lone Rock at an oyster dinner. Mrs. Lottie laenberger visited from Sunday to Tuesday at the W. H. Klamp home in Algona. Tuesday Mrs. Isenbergers daughter, Mrs. Henry Anderson, Missouri Valley, come to make her a visit. The Lutheran Aid society met Thursday afternoon In the church basement with Mrs. Fred Kulow, Ringsted an hostess. Marjorle and Verle Baas entertained the Walther League the same evening. F. L. Pratt and daughter, Zelpha went to Des Moines Friday. Dorothy McDonald accompanied them to Ames, where she visited her aunt, Mrs. Elmer Nelson. Mr. Pratt and Zelpha also visited Marilda Pratt, who teaches at Altoona. Former Armstrong Man Passes Away Armstrong: Word was received early Friday morning of the death of John Williams at Spencer. The Williams family formerly lived in this community and be is a broth- in-law of Jess Hemphill and Miss Clara Hemphill who live in north, part of Eagle township. Mr. Williams is survived by his wife and four sons. Bobby Miller visited Monday evening at the H. M. Jrailter home. Frnak Bailey of Fenton visited Wednesday with his daughter, Mrs. A. Whitlow. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hansen spent Thursday and Friday with relatives in Waterloo. Mrs. Mary Hundertmark of Ottosen visited a few days the first of the week at the William Haglind home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vigdal have moved onto the farm vacated by the Glen Hoppus family who moved into Armstrong. Alton Rochleau and son of Wbit- temore visited Tuesday afternoon at the Wm. Haglind home. They were enroute to Fox Lake, Minn. Mr. and and Mrs. John D. Kingston are the parents of a baby girl, born Nov. 16th. This is the third girl. Mrs. Kingston was formerly Mae Slaba of Buffalo Center. Better Meals May Be Result of Prairie Irvington Meeting Sexton: The leaders of the Prarle- Irvington women's home' project work held an all day meet'ng at the home of Mrs. Albert Johnson, Nov. 16. Mrs. Ruth Hicks, home demonstration agent of Algona, gave the first lesson for the coming year,' on Nutrition and Foods. A very attractive dinner was served at noon, as a result of the lesson. Many families may receive a surprise to see a more attractive dinner served after mother has taken the lessons which the leaders of the project will present Election of officers took place after the dinner: Mrs. B. IB. Sanders, township chairman; Mrs. R. Masterson, publicity chairman, and Mrs. Albert Johnson, music, ' for Prairie township, and Mrs. Harold Hunt, Sexton, township chairman; Mrs. Hermna Wise, publicity chairman, and Mrs. John Weber, music, for Irvington township. The next meeting will be January 3rd, for another lesson at the home of Mrs Sim- Bemis. The project meeting given by the leaders, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Bemis and Mrs. H. Wise will be held Nov. 22, with Mrs. Essie McMahon. Harley Fitch, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch, is spending the week wtlh bis aunts, Lily and Max- Ine Nordstrom in Algona. Lyle Fitch spent this week with his mother, Mrs. Rosa Fitch, and other relatives. Lyle is employed in a CCC camp at Lament Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz went to ?V>rt Dodge Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Paetx's uncle, August Froti, 82, who died Sunday. Mrs. Wi C. Taylor suffered a >ruised finger In an elevator chain Thursday morning when she was telping unload corn in the crib. No bones were broken. Little Billy Dietrick has been ser- ously 111 this week.. It was first thought he had appendicitis, but ft seems now to be stomach flu. Other members of the family have had it also. Mrs. Sarah Wise and son, Herman, and Mrs. August Kirschbaum attended the funeral of Leslie Phillips at the Methodist church in Woden, Thursday afternoon. Mr. Phillips, 25, died last week Sunday in a Buffalo Center hospital from a ruptured appendix. Wesley Budge dubs Wesley: Mrs. Agnes Studer entertained the members of her afternoon card club Thursday afternoon. Bridge was* played at two tbalea with Mrs. Henry Haverly winning loth high score prize and travel prize. Mrs. Ed Loeblg was a guest. Mrs. J. L. Studer will entertain the group on Wednesday, Nov. 30. Miss Agnes Boyer and Miss Gesna Schutter were hostesses to the L. O. W. card club Thursday evening at the Ravlin home. Two tables of bridge were played with Mabel Kent winning high prize and Dorothy Kraua receiving lucky chair, prize. Cecelia ana Ruth Mary Els- enbacher will entertain the group at a Christmas party on December 12. NOTICE TO REDEEM FROM TAX SALE TO: Wm. C. Vernon and Herman Wise: You and each of you are hereby notified that at the annual sale Ox lands and lots for taxes on the 7th doy of December, 1930, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real estate, situated in said County, to-wit: Lot Three (3), Block Fourteen (14), Way and Barretts Park Addition, Wesley, Iowa. was sold U Kossuth County, Iowa, and certificate therefor waa issued to said Kossuth County, Iowa, and by said Kossuth County, Iowa , said certificate of purchase at tax sale was assigned to Herman Wine on the 17th day of January, 1938, who now owns and holds the certificate aforesaid and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption fom such salt be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. You are further notified that the owner of said real estate has failed to pay the taxes against said land for the years 1938 and 1937 and has permitted said taxes to become delinquent against the same. Dated this 7th day of November, A. D-, 1938. HERMAN WISE, Owner and holder of said cert- 45-46-47 ificate. RUPTURE SHIEIJD EXPERT HEBE H. M. Sbevnao, widely known expert of Chicago, will personally be a the WahlMMua Hotel, Fort Dodge, Wednesday and Thunday only, November M and December 1, from 0 a. m. to 6 p. m. Mr. Shevnan wy«: The Zoetlc Shield to a tremendous Improve- meat over aU former methods, effecting immediate re»ulU. It will not only hold the rupture perfectly but increase the circulation, strengthen* the weakened parts, thereby clo*e» tne opening in ten day* on the average case, regardless of heavy lifting, straining or any position the body may assume no matter the size or location. A nationally known scientific method. No under strap* or cumbersome arrangements and absolutely no medicines or medical treatments. Mr. Shevnaa will be glad to demonstrate without charge Add. MM N. Richmond St, Chicago For IS years assistant to F. H. Seeley, famous rupture expert of Chicago. FATHER CORWITH INSTUCTOR Corwith-Falrvlew: Miss Mae Winters, teacher of a school near Stll son, was called to Wayland last week Wednesday by the serious illness of her father, the Rev. C. O. Winters. Word was received Friday of his death. The Rev. Winters was 67 years old. His wife and three daughters survive. The Rev. Winters is a former pastor of the SUIson United .Brethren church and has many friend* In this vicinity who are grieved to hear of his passing. WhittemoreManHas Eightieth Birthday Whlttemore: About 80 relatives and frieites gathered at the Simon Weber, Sr., home last week Monday evening to help Simon or Grandpa Weber, Sr., celebrate his 80th birthday. The evening was spent playing cards and prices went to Mrs. Herman Voigt and Vernon Weber, high and Wilbur Weber and Pauline Miller, low. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber, Jr., and family, Peter Haag, Mrs. Theresa Haag and Mrs. Theresa Vinema, Mr. and Mrs. John Origer and son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Weydert and family, luster Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonnstetter, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Haag, Gus Thorn, Herman Fearing, Mr. and Mrs. William Weber and fam- Iy, all of Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ulrich and family of Malard, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bonnstetter, of Corwith, Mr. aria Mrs. John Dorweiler and son of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bonnstetter and son of Rodman, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Weber and family, and Harold Baker of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph iikora and family of Enunetsbure Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kemna of West Bend, Paul Weber and Robert Lepper of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Ludwig and son, Darrell, Mrs. Harold Roth and Pauline Miller of Algona. Tuesday evening at St Paul's Lutheran church, a lecture will be jiven by Missionary Bunck of China. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Walker are the parents of a girl, Shari Ann, born at the Art Heldenwith home Wednesday. , > . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and Herman Behnke and Selma Meyer spent Sunday at the Martin Meyer home at Garner. Mrs. Dale Brown and three children of Marshall, Mo., left for their some Thursday evening after vis- ting the past two weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Kenne. H. R. Zumach, Bin Rusch of here, August Zumach Of Rolfe and Nick Gengler of Lotta Creek returned home Tuesday from a business trip to Watertown, Wls. The men left Saturday evening. Miss Beulah Larson of Algona and Miss Loretta Larson of Brltt spent Sunday at the Art Helden- with home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen of Lone Rock and the Ed Lieb family of Lotts Creek also visited at the Hetdenwiths Sunday afternoon. ' LuVerne Girl Weds LuVerne: A wedding of Interest to LuVerne people was that of LJel- vyn Thomas, LuVerne, and Edward Six, Rippey. The .ceremony was performed Nov. 13 by Justice Welter, Algona, The couple were attended by Dorothy Wagner, LuVerne, ana Darwin Johns, Rippey. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas, section foreman West Bend Foreign Mission Society Meets West Bend: The Womans' Home and Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Adolph Mikes, Friday afternoon at three o'clock. On the program were Mrs, B. T. McFarland, president, Rev. Noed- Ing, Mrs. It Boevers, Mrs. Harold Mikes, Eilene Satern, Betty Cleal, Dolores 2augg, Byron Boos and Carol Jeaa Vohs. The hostess nerved a lunch and a free will offering was taken. Mrs. Paul Mikes, Mrs. Roman Mikes and Miss Irene Mikes assisted with the serving. Has Infected Arm We*t fiend: Clarence Munson la suffering with Infection lit his left forearm. He is under the doctor's care and has to carry his arm in a sling. Mr. Munson Is employed by the Hakes Co. and baa been unable . to work the past week. When you're ticking the furnace, ask your- s«tf if it b so necescarjr, after all, to put in so much time in the basement Botsfonfs Peerkct Coal, with its low aih content, its lasting durability and its easy, adjustment to varying temperatures makes it just about the easiest fuel to buna that you can find'on the market. A dependable coal like Botsfonfs Peerless makes the furnace work for you. Get out of the basement,.. burn better coal. for Sato Bxetastrely by BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 2M Jim Pool |Hilllll!lll!ll!llllll!llllll!im PUBLIC AUCTIOHI 1 ^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^Bs^HBHBBHI^i^i^H^i^B iff^^^fffftltftlft^^tfU^^^fttfl^ffftff^^f^fttl^f^^flffffil^tfi^f^ i - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^•^ | Having rented my farm 1 will offer for sale at public auction on the farm i one mile east of Fenton, first place north of railroad tiyck, on i | Monday, November 28th S SALE BEGINS AT NOON LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS 4 HORSES 4 1 team matched sorrels 8 and 10 yrs. old, wt. 3200; 1 team matched sorrel colts coming 2 years old, 1 gelding, 1 mare, 123 HEAD OF CATTLE 231 11 head of milch cows, Bangs and t. b. tested; 4 holstelns; 4 Swiss; 1 Guernsey; 1 Jersey; 1 Shorthorn; 4 yearling heifers, Jerseys and Guernseys; 1 yearling steer; B fall calves, Jerseys and Guernseys; 1 yearling Jersey bull; 1 10- weeks-old Guernsey bull. 36 HEAD OF HOGS 36 ,— —m -W ^np- Spotted Poland China and Hampshires, all vaccinated: 20 sows, wt. 200 IDS.; 16 fall pigs. There will also be 6 Duroc Jersey spring boars. John Deere Machinery—Model A Tractor, 3 yrs. old, attached cultivator; corn planter, No. 999, with bean attachment, 9.0 rods wire; hay loader; hay rake 10- ft.; high-wheeled wagon with triple box; low wheel truck wagon with hay rack; high-wheeled wagon; sulky plow; 2-row cultivator; 20-ft. flexible harrow: 17-ft harrow, 3 sections; drag cart. International Machinery—14-ft. y disc; 10-ft. disc; manure spreader; endgate seeder; mower; corn binder; grinder, 8-in. burr. ' Case tractor plow, 16-in. elat moldboard with Jointers; De Laval cream separator, No. 15, with electric motor; walking plow; New Idea horse-power for elevator, single-row cultivator, fanning mill No. 3, top buggy. Miscellaneous—Zenith wind charger. Zenith radio with new battery 1 set oi harness 6 tons wild bay in barn, shaft, 10-ft., attached pulleys and hangers- %horse Mogul gas engine; Meyers pressure pump; 220 gal. pressure tank? Perfee'- tion oil burner for water heater; Puller & Johnson gas engine; square wooden tank; steel tank; litter carrier and 100 ft. cable; 2-wheeled cart wit^BprJ nozzle; B bu. popcorn; forks, scoop*, hoss, axe, pulleys, chicken feeders grindstone, and other articles too numerous to mention. reeaers, EVEBYTHING OFFERED AT THIS SAWS 18 IN WHST-CLASS TERMS: Cash, or see your banker. No property removed until settled for. Peter Hayenga r LAIG & HAM8E1T, Avetioneero N. 1. COTTOir, Lone 801*, Clerk

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