WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING • PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Farm Management CARLSON FARM MANAGEMENT COMPANY Serving Hancock, Hurnboldt, Palo Alto & Kossuth Counties 112 \' t N. Dodge Phone 219 ENGINEERS Collins, Thompson and Willis Professional Engineers Morton W. Bittinger, P.E. Manager, Algona Office 122Vfe E. State Phone 1372W Civil — Agricultural — Municipal Land Development INSURANCE •^^^•^•••••^•••^••H^MMMMMMMHMWWMiM^^B * ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LaBarre and R. C. LaBarnj Surety Bonds- -All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan 7 N. Dodge Phone 125 BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE S N. Dodge St. Phone 101 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone 251W KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Lola Scuffham. Sec'y NATIONAL CASH REGISTER for sale, in .excellent shape; would cost $750 new. Our price, $200. See it at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 14tf STAMP PADS, ink, fubbet stamps, daters. etc. at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Cc.. office supply MAURICE THOMPSON Insurance For Every Need Service - Savings - Security 610 East McGregor St. Phone 1368 HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House Household Goods, and Many Other Forms Phone 93 Ted S. Herbs! ANDY CRAWFORD General Agent lo.va Farm Mutual Ins. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with MO Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor " A. J. RICKLEFS All types, including Life, Accident, and Hospitilization Insurance Phone 354 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing Stale Farm Ins. Co. 300 E. Elm St. Mgona Phone 8^ AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL OPTOMETRISTS Drs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Specialists in Vision 9 East State Phone 5C4 Hours: D.OO a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CluM.'d Saturday Afternoons DOCTORS UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Services WEAVE-BAC Repair Burns, Moth Hole* Teats in Clothing ILA'S WEAVE-BAC SHOP ' IS E. College St. Phone 837*W Algona MELVIN G. BOURNE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 11» N. Moore St. Office Ph. 197 lies. Ph. 194 ~C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician 108 So. Harlan St. Phones: Office, 310; Home 444 DR. R. A. EVANS Speciali/ing In Medical Treatment" of Cancer 508 K. North St. J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office Ph. 300, Res. Ph. 326 JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon iua'. : > No'. Dodge—Heise Building Ottice Ph. 120(J — Res. Ph. 1481 "JOHN M7SCHUTTER, M.D. Physician & Surgeon 114 No. Moore, Algona PlH'iii'o—office 1051 ~ R CS - 1029 ZENITH GtNCRAL ELECTRIC Radio & Television Service ' • '."',;"* Phonograph Records '., Popular — Children — Classic KOSSUTH RADIO \ Milton Dahl ' 214 E. State Phone 1190 ____-_-,_'.- '' '-I-,' TELEVISION and RADIO ; SERVICE ; ; When you buy a television set or a .radio, you want to knew! that there is prompt/expert ser-, vice to back up the sale. • • That's what you'll get when you buy from . • GENE'S RADIO v ,: & TELEVISION n (7 Years Experience) " Phone 215-W Algona Across from Norton's Lumber F - R - E - E LOANER TIRES While We Retread or Replace Your Tractor Tires See Us For AN Your Tire Needs Low Prices Easy Terms BRADLEY BROS. BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE Headquarters For COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Pijone 520-R, 1008, 1452-W for evening appointments Established 1925 Easy Terms DENTISTS REFRIGERATION Repair & Service All Types and Makes of. Refrigerators or Freezers COMMERCIAL & DOMESTIC Day or Night Service By Expert Repairman with 25 years of experience PROMPT SERVICE Phone Day: 778 Phone Night: 89S-J or 412-W BCECHER LANE APPLIANCES Weslinghouse & Frfgidaire ALGONA Algona Upper De« MoinM > Clarified Rate* 3c t*et- Word, cash in Advance 5c Per Word, Charged 50c Minimum Copy Deadline Monday 5 p.m. * * • UDM Want Ads Reach 5,000 Families Each Week! THE SURE WAY TO THE FASTEST RESULTS! Prompt, profitable results are what you want . . . and what you get ... when you use UDM low-cost Want Ads! No matter if you're buying, selling or renting property, . products or pups — you'll get the. best results hefe. It takes only a few minutes tp place your Want Ad. Call or stop .n today! PHONE 1100 For Sale FOR SALE — REGONDITIQN- edi Remington portable typewriter; new platen, just cleaned. $37.50. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. . 51tf XMAS GIFT SPECIAL Ready to go'— Ping Pong Table tops,- $16.20, Full size, plywood. Thompson Yards, Fenton, la. 51 FOR SALE — DAVENPORT na. and chair, phone 131W2, Algo- i "• ••'..• •" . • . ; •!' -SI FOR SALE' — 7-WEEK'OLD Beagle pups from AKC registered parents. Wayne Pergande, LuVerne, phone Turner 23384. 50-51* POPCORN — 'WE GUARANTEE our new crop of hybrid white hulless popcorri to have a tremendous popping volume, to be tender, delicious.' 'Grown from the latest development of Iowa State College research seed. Ear — lOc Ib. Shelled .&.cleaned — 14c Ib. Free delivery in Algona. STRICKLER'S, 1121 N. Roan St., Algona, Icjwa, phone 886-M (3 blocks north, of roller rink). 49-51 Livestock FOR SALE — PUREBRED 'Ye'arling Landrace boar. Harlan Haas Rt. 2 Algona, IVz north of Junction 169 and 18. Phone 933-M. 51* FOR SALE — TWO YEARLING ••gelding Shetland ponies. LouiS Scheppman, Algona. Phone, 1349- J 51* FOR SALE — PUREBRED Duroc - bred gilts to farrow in March. Fritz Freyholtz, Fenton. Phone 409. 51-52* FOR SALE — 8—400 LB. calves. Ed Smith, Jr. Burt, phone 92. 51* FOR' SALE — PUREBRED spotted Poland China Boars, M: north, 1% E. of Lone Rock. D. T. Cherland. 51-52* FOR SALE: PUREBRED BLACK Poland China boars. Phone 32437. Leo Carman, Corwith. 50-51* FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- shire boars. Priced right. D. A. & Lyle Fraser, Burt. Phone 4 on 93 or 191. 50-51 T Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTOftS 1—1951 Model 30 Massey-Harris 1—Ford 1—1950 VAC Case with two tdw cultivator and mounted 2-14 plow 1—1940 Model A John Deere 1—1946 Model A John Deer« 1—1949 Model C Allis-ChalmerB .1—1950 Model WD Allis-Chalmers ' 1—1953 Model WD Allis-Chalnv ers . MANURE SPREADERS 1—No. 12A New Idea Tractor Spreader 1—Ho. 10 New Idea Spreader 1—John Deere tractor spreader MISCELLANEOUS 1—Gehl Hammer Mill with new PTO Drive 1—--Moors Hammer Mill 1—Gehl Hammer Mill >• 1—John Deere Hammer Mill 1—McCormick Deering Hammer Mill 1—1950 Four Door Chieftain Pontiac with Hyd. Drive LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. Card of Thanks QDONSET UTILITY BUILDINGS FOR SALE -^ CERTIFIED MEAT Type Poland China boars. Probe arid wt. records available. Vaccinated. Guaranteed. Floyd Friedow &'• Son's, •Kanawha, Iowa. . . . 49-52 FOR SALE — PUREBRED black Poland China boars. John Bockes,i LuVerne,. - ^a. Phone Turner 2-3674. 46-52* FOR ' SALE' '-- HAMPSHIRE :boars,, serviceable age, immune and eligible to register. Joseph A. Sknw. Wesley. ..,. , 46-52 FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE Boars. Vaccinated New blood for old customers; Priced for farmers. C. F. Whalen, Titonka, Iowa- • ' . '• 45-52* FOR. SALE : -T-. . REGISTERED Landrace boars and gilts. Let us explain .Some ..sound crossbreeding programs with Landrace bogs. Albert and Martin Clark, Kanawha, Iowa. Phone 53L24. 44-51 FOR SALE — 40 PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars. These are big, long, meat type boars. Clarence Hock, Gilmore City, Iowa. 1 mile north '/a east. ' 41-52 FOR SALE — PUREBRED TAM- worth boars. Geo & Gail Wolf, LuVerne, la. 40tfn SWEA CITY, IOWA PHONE 2-4601 51 Specials at ALGONA IMPLEMENT APPLIANCES 1—11 cu. ft. upright Admiral Freezer, used 30 days, reg. $249.95 — SPECIAL $169.50 1—New 10 ft. Admiral upright freezer, reg $239.95 __$199.95 1—New 10 ft. Admiral refrigerator, reg. $279.95 $199.95 TRACTORS 1—1955 I. H. F300 tractor, guaranteed like new with T. A. and live P.T.O. 1—J. D. "B" tractor with starter, lites and power-lrol. Overhauled, A-l. 1—F-12 tractor on rubber with new S & P. USED EQUIPMENT 1—50 ft. Hammermill belt, A-l. 1—4-bar J. D. side rake on rubber, used 2 seasons. 2—3-bar I. H. side rakes, good. ALGONA IMPLEMENT Co. Phone 5?. 1417 Commercial St. Automotive Notice DR. KARL R. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg OffiL-e phone 44 Resid.'iu'o phone 116 BEAUTICIANS STAR BEAUTY SHOP Alice Wilkins Dolores Hackbarth 11(5 N. Mfotp St. FARM MANAGEMENT Farm Appraisals Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone 582 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation for the many friendly cards and greetings received vvhile Harley was a recent patient at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. The Harley Waller family. 51 FOR SALE — 1944 CHEVROLET truck, motor new two years ago. $150. John Gramenz, Fenton, phone 45. 51* L-O.O-K at these '57 Mercury TRADE-INS * * * '55 Mercury Montclair hardtop, 2-dr., Merco-matic, radio and heater, power seat, power brakes, new tires, low mileage, immaculate, showroom condition. '54 Mercury, 4-dr., radio, heater, Merc-o-matic, light gray finish, ready to go. '54 M e r,c u r y convertible, full power, radio, heater, Merc-o- matic, perfect condition, a real buy. '54 Buick super hardtop, radio, healer, dvnaflo trans., V-8 engine, really sharp. '54 Ford 2-dr., radio, healer, overdrive, very sharp. '52 Mercury hardtop, radio, heater, overdrive, black finish, near new tires, '51 Hudson 4-dr., radio, heater, overdrive, very good. TAYLOR MERCURY Phone 421 S. Phillips St. Algona 51 CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all who sent cards, gifts and flowers to me while in Lutheran Hospital. Your kindness was appreciated. Mrs Harold Sabin. 51* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for the cards and gifts I received during my stay in the hospital and a special thanks to the neighbors who donated their time at home. George Ricke, Wesley. 51* CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting • sympathy and help during the recent death of our beloved wife and mother; for the beautiful service, floral offerings and other kindnesse's, we are deeply grateful. John Stratton and families. 51* CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our sincere thanks to St. Ann hospital for the wonderful care and thoughtfulness shown Mrs Stratton during her illness. John Stratton and families. ' 51* St. John's Edges St. Cecelia Quint Sunday In Overtime Tuesday, December 18, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 FOR SALE — TWO-BEDROOM modern bungalow in Woodworth addition. House only four years old, oil heat, gas hot water heater, Lindsay water softener, carpeted living room, half of basement tiled, large garage, good neighborhood. Phone 926-J after 6:00 p.m. 51* For Rent FOR RENT — TWO-BEDROOM home, available January 1st. Gas heat. Garage. 1021 East McGregor St. Glenn Jones. 51 FOR RENT — 'MODERN 4 room house except furnace at 402 N. Ridgley. Natural gas installed. $45 per month. Contact L. A. Winkel. 51 Wanted Houses For Sale FOR SALE — MODERN HOUSE, large double garage, close in. Phone 1323. Algona. . 51-52* FOR SALE — CLOSE IN LOCA- tion, old Duryfea plsfce just north Masonic Temple, valuable location, buy and build, Algona needs buildings — See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 50-51 FOR SALE — FAMILY HOME at 1501 East McGregor. Down —large living room, dining room, kitchen, half-bath; up — 3 bedrooms, full bath. Redone inside, built-ins, basement with new gas furnace, electric water heater, double garage attached, situated on large lot in new area. See Joel M. Herbst or Ted S. Herbst. 51 WANTED — 160 ACRES OR 240 as soon as possible. Have buyers either cash or will buy on contract. Oliver S .Carlson, Broker, Algona. Phone 213. 51 WANTED — ONE - HORSE sleigh, or cutter. R. H. Thompson, Box 5, Burt, la. Phone 109. 51* WANT TO BUY—SCRAP IRON, junk, cars, also pick-up tin and wires. Leonard Pesicka, Box 232, Algona, la., phone 1563-W. 50-51* Help Wanted WANTED — WAITRESS AT Grotte's Cafe. No ./Sunday work. 50-51 HOUSE TRAILER BARGAINS, New and used, large or small. Fairmont Trailer Sales, Fairgrounds Entrance.-Fairmont. Minnesota. 20EOT MOBILE HOMES We Have EVERY SIZE LARGER SELECTION of BETTER HOMES on EASIER TERMS so COME AND SEE US. at KING'S KOURT Trailer Sales WEBSTER CITY, IA. MOST HOME FOR MONEY Greiner family home. 401 S. Minn. Plenty living & TV area dining and kitchen roomy, 3 good bedrooms and nice bath up rooms large, stairs to finished attic, near-new hot water furnace, large garage, all good condition, bargain, see it — SEE JOEL M. HERBST OR TED S. HERBST. 50-51 ^m£^ Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. Dec. 19, Wednesday — Clifter Sykes and Son, 2 miles north anr" 2 citst of Swea City. 55 head Holstein cattle, hoghouses, feed feeders, etc. Quinn & Clark auctioneers, Details on sale today. Thursday, Dec. 20 — Howard Miller complete closing out sale with a complete line of machinery and white-face cows and calves Yuugeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Iowa State Bank, clerk. Full details in UDM today. Jan. 3, Thursday — Robert Bcrkelancl, 2 W., 2 N., Vi W. oi Fenton. Complete line machinery, 25 head springing Holstein heifers, etc. Lloyd Berkland & Lylc Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton clerk. Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Colwell of LuVerne will have a complete closing out farm auction. Full details later in the Upper Des Moines. Jan. 9, Wednesday — Lawrence Newbrough sale, % west Lone Rock, Line IHC machinery, 125 ewes. Yungeberg & Quinn,-auctioneers. Details later. Jan. 10, Thursday — Earl Crouch dairy dispersal sale, 2^ N., 1 E., and Vi north of Fenton., Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers. Sale details later. Jan. 10, Thunday — Ed Ellwood, 5 mi. south and % mile east of Algona, complete closing out of nearly new line, of machinery and white-face cattle. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers. Iowa State Bank, clerk. Jan. 31, Thursday — A. N. Erpelding will hold a big sale,, including much excellent' machinery, at the farm 4 east on McGregor St,.and l¥a miles south of Algona. 'Quinn & Reilihg w"~ be the auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in the Upper Des Moines prior to the sale. Feb. 14, Thursday — Wm. ttuis- man, IMi miles west of rainbow bridge at Titonka, complete, line of very good machinery .'arid Holstein cows. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers, Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Two Extra Nice U-S-E-D C-A-R-S at Percival Motors * * * 1955 Plymouth 4-dr. station wagon, 5 new tires, excellent condition. 1954 Plymouth 4-dr. Belvedere. ftl Farms For Sale • QUALITY HEARING AIDS! QUONW1 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY lots come in pairs, four, or six. Financial Term* Easily Arranged MILLER Steel Building Co. Phone 1290 Milw. Depot Plaza Feed and Seed FOR SALE —• 1500 BALES alfalfa and bruini.- hay mixed Raymond Kiarnrr. Aluuna. 51-52' M. H. FAIN Representing M & M Livestock Products Co. Free Feed Lot Service Feed Druss Minerals 'Ph. 1173 ••' -509 E. McGregor Algonct 26 tin FARMS FOR SALE llumboldt County , 240. ;ici•('.-;. BldKs. good. Lund the best, $37:') per ;KTC. 2}0 acres, I'ldRs. good, land some rolling. $300 per acre. i E.si.iti . near Mason City. 240 ! acres, hlrlgs. yood. Land tiled. i Lays jntit right. Possession I I'i.V/. SGii.OOO.OO. ' Th<-- .--itxivc fauns will stand a H«ujd loan. To appreciate', i See Emmetl C. Knary LuV'. m<\ Iowa 51-52' ' F()H SALE -- PICKUP TRUCK : }<)~<2 -Stidcbak'-T 'v T. H< ater. C) D. Ti'unsiniasiun. A-l fund. 51 v Now it's so easy to "Give the Gift of Hearing/" Select any Zenith Quality Hearing Aid as a gift for a friend or loved one... anytime before Christmas. The recipient will enjoy a full 10-day trial period beginning on Christmas Day. He must be completely satisfied or your money will be refunded promptly under our 10-Day Money-Back Guar. antee. Come in for full details. See the new Zenith "Diplomat"... a tiny, full-powered hearing aid worn entirely at the ear...no dangling cords! Seven new Zenith models in all, from S50 to SI50. See them today. /^t>f£K> ORIJG.S PVvt-iC,'-— £> C-'-G-J-' JEWELRY CL, S-f j,f.'i- UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends i, Authorized Specialist For Zenith Hearing Aids Dolliver Pastes Lone Rock Twice Dolliver bounced Lone 'Rqck Dec. 11. The girls took the .cur"- tain-raiser 61-57 and the boys followjd up with a 48-40,verdict. Lone Rock .and Dolliver traded leads in the girls game. The home girls led at the quarter, 17-15, then trailed 29-25 at-the half and 45-42 at the end of the third period. Bierstedt got 24 points, Collins 19 and Schrader 14 for Lone Rock, while Stow got' 23 and Ferguson 22 for the* winners. •'' Lone' Rr>ck'*l«r fh1W|S*t»%e' quarters of the finale. The count was 19-11 at the half, but Dolliver found the range and went on to win by eight points. Osell had 18 points, Zwiefel and Holl' 11 each for the winners, while Ramus led Lone Rock with 22. St. John's of Bancroft staged a thrilling fourth period fatly and went on to take a 57-55 dedsiort from St. Cecelia's Blue Knights" in a double overtime affair in the,;. high school^ gym Sunday after- noon. • ''. The loss gave the Knights a 2-5, season mark which they will carry into their game with Presentation A.<|adesny at Whiltgtnore. Friday night,. Dec. 21y ; . The locals , will then host Immleulat^' Con-*' ception of Chef6kee ; here' v "ih the high school gym Sunday afternoon, Dec. 23. , • ",• St. Cecelia's played like win*' ; ners most of the way Sunday, and held, the lead at every quar- ' V' ter buzzer except the fourth and ••; at the end of the second overtime.' ' The Knights led 15-12 at the end, of eight minutes, 33-28 dt half- 1 . time, and Were in front 47-41:'' at tne three-quarter mark. ; The bulge for the locals was •-, tfcn points a couple of times, but • vv'ith slightly more than a minute l.o go before the final buzzer, the. score was knotted at 51-51 and,, that's the Way it remained until- the game ended. , • .]' Each team got four points in •«•; the first overtime to run the count to 55-55 and send action Into 3 . second three-minute extra period.. A long .one-hand push shot by. Dennis Menke of the Johnnies gave the winners the two /points : ; they heeded to take the game. Menke and Vaske each turned"' in fine games fbr the Johnnies, ;', with Vaske topping both teams in > scoring with 23 points. Menko hit 18, while Cecil Schilmoeller got. 22, Jim Cink 13 and Warren Bebo 10 for the , Knights.. The all-around play of Schilmpeller was tremendous, and his deadeye shooting almost got the win for the locals. Box fcoro: , , St. Cecelia's (55) FG FT PF J. Cink _:.——_; ____ 5 35 Bebo ____--__:„- ____ 2 6 5 B. Cink ______ -.^ ____ 0 4 4 Schilmoeller .._.._- .6 10 -1 Seeley ...... . ..... ..I 2 ..* 3 Erpelding ..... . ----- 1 0 1 . - . St. John's (57) FG FT PF Schiltz _____ - ____ —.3 15 Menke ..-..„. ____ -.7 4 3 Vaske _„.__:.. _____ 8 71 Flaig _________ ...... 1 3 5 Clark -_. ..... — — -0 0 5 McGuire ______ . ..... 0 0 1 Hatten ..... . ....... 2 0 1 St. Joe 53-44 Victor, Friday St. Joseph's of. Bode topper' Varina, 53-44, at St. Joe Friday night, after trailing by three points during the third period. The winners were in front 18-10 at the quarter, 25-23 at the hnlf and 37-36 at the three-quarter mark. A basket by Schnettei- of Varina for St, Joe in the second period was responsible for .the halftime edge for the winners. Tom Reding totaled 10 po'intt for St. Joe. McGuire added 13 to the winning tDtal, while Hue* Rt-rich and Archer each hit 14 for the losers. 21 15 21 The St. John's Bs took the opener, 36-26, a:s Rahe tossed in 16 points. Dick Schneider hit ten and Dirk Hansch nine for St. Cecelia's. ' Pocahontas Catholic dumped the locals 67-40 at Pocahontas Wednesday night after taking a 35-21 halftime lead. Bebo hit 11 points and Schilmoeller ten for the locals, while Kelly topped the winners with 18. St. Cecelia's B-team fell, 45-25- to Pocahontas as Dirk Hansen hit six points. Biggest consumer of water in the United States is irrigation. SALE STOCKER and FEEDER CATTLE FRIDAY, DEC. 21 HUMBOLDT, IOWA -1:00 P.M. LOCATED ON U. S. HIGHWAY 169 — IOWA HIGHWAY 3 ~ All Paved — On C. & N.W. Railroad and M. & St. L. Railroad Many Cattle Will Carry Thru Billings 800-HEAD-1000 We expect another good run of cattle for this week including some very fine Black Angus Steer and Heifer Calves. Had a good run of choice calves last week selling from steady to lower price*. The buyer still sets the market price here, and has been doing alright by himself. Be with us Friday at 1;00 p.m.. and see for yourself. INCLUDED IN THIS SALE ' 39 Whiteface Steer Calves, 400-450 Ibs. from Great Falls, Montana. 26 Black Steer Calves. 450-500 Ibs. from Great Falls, Montana. 54 Whiteface Heifer Calves, 375-450 Ibs. from Shelby, Montana. 47 Whiteface Steer Calve*, 400-450 Ibs. from Shelby, Montana. 57 Whiteface Steer Calves. 400-450 Ibs. from Dickinson. N. Dakota, 52 Whiteface Steer Calves, 400-450 Ibs. from Dickinson, N- Dakota. 250-350 North Dakota Steer and Heifer Calves. Black & Whiteface. 52 head Wbiieface Yearling Steers, 550 Ibs. Listen in at 1:15 P.M. each Monday and Friday for the broadcast direct from our Sales Ring over K.V.F.D., Fort Dodge. Iowa. HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION For Information. Call Off. 113 Res. 998 Drop MA a card and get 90 our mailing list.
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