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* •*; fftt.) U|f»» Pti Mdiftti Thurtday, Jan. 2,1*58 Many Whittemore Homes Hosts In Holiday Season Whil^mora .-* the following ate ttioSfe who s£*nt Christmas SVe 0^ Ghrislmas Day with parents and relatives. At the home of Mr and Mrs fhomas Dunpliy w«re Mr and Mrs Arthur Oftde and daughters of Algona, Mr and Mrs William Gade and daughter Willetta, Mr and Mrs Lorem Gade and family of here. Christmas Day Dinner and suppei guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Cter aid Ollotn were Mr and Mrs Herman Vaigt, Mr and Mr: Milton Espe attd sons and Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt and Rosfella yoijt of AJgofia and Billy Johnson, Rolfe. At the home of Mr- and Mrs William Meyer, Sr. Christmas night were Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer of Garner, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer and family ol Rodman, Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters and Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr and sons, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs Elvin Meyer 'and family, Mi and Mrs Hugo Meyer and Mr ' and Mrs Ernest Meyer and sons and Mr and Mrs Herman Behnko and daughters. Christmas night at the homo of. Mr and Mrs George Meyei were Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Eldon Fehr and family of West Bend and Pvt. Billy Bruhn of Camp Ord, Calif., Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family ,Mr and Mrs William Ost- wald.and daughters, Mr and Mrs Bert Seeley and family, and Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family of here. At the Arthur Heidenwith home Christmas dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and son Gary and daughter Helen Lynette of Albert Lea; Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter, Kay Frances, Ralph Sebers and Eunice Maahs. Mr and Mrs Elmer O. Bel] were guests at the parental home "of Mr and Mrs Henry Bonnstetter. Christmas Day dinner and supper guests at the home of Mrs Mathilda were Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and son Gayle and Roger of here, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnkp and daughter Jeanette and son Everett of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and family and Mr and Mrs Richard Preston family of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Maurice Schwint and son David and Mr Otto Beli were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell. Mr and Mrs Reinhard Behnkc of Algona and Miss Ruth Behnkc of Chicago and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. of here were Christmas eve. visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke. Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and family, Norbert Zumach o) Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Donald (Doc) Gunderson and family of Cylinder, Beverly Zumach R. N. and Nadin Yunker R. N. Minneapolis, were ChHstmap night dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke werf Christmas day and evening guests- at the home of Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler in Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs George Meyer were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Jr of West Bend, and Mr and Mrs Dale Mains and family of Algona were Christmas eve caller? at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr., Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle were Christmas morning breakfast guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux in West Bead, Mr Heidenwith, who is employed with the State Highway commission could not attend due to the snow and was out to clear the highways. Christmas dinner guests at the home of Mrs AureUa Leininger were Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and daughters, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and family of here, Mr and Mrs Harold Colwell and family of Algona and Harlan Leininger. Thursday evening (dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver were Mr end Mrs Harold Colwell and family of Algona, Richard Meyer Qf Seward, Neb., Miss Helen Han- fon of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Har- pld JZimmermann and family, Mrs Leininger and son Haran of here. The latter's son John ^eininger who is stationed at Ft x>uis, Washington, 'called by ong distance to wish them all a holiday. - Dinner guests at the home of Mrs Ralph Walker were s Bessie Walker and Arthur ;ke of Algona, Mr and Mrs "arold I£uecker and son Jay and .lighter Joyce of here. Mr and s Walker and son Gary and tughter Helen were evening r,Herman Schumacher of Sioux rails, So. Dak., Mr and Mrs Ed- Schumacher and* daughter of Algona, and Mr and aroJd Schumacher of here Christmas Day dinner at the parental home of and Mrs Frank Schumacher. " Mrs Edwin. G««ie visit- at the parental home of Mr Henry ^heppjjjajB day at imngton at the Mr and 2&s Richard Struecker, Mr and Mrs Georgi Gade and daughter Randa ol Algona and Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer of Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasc!. had as dinner guests Christmas Day, Mr and Mrs M. Lloyd and family of Mason City, Lloyd Kol laseh of Des Moines, Merle Kollasch of Crcsco, Mr and Mr.s Herman Bode and daughter and Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode o'. Wesley, Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley and daughters Marybet), and Ann and Mr and Mrs Frank Eiesle and sons Robert and Paul Mr and Mrs Ross Bruns and sons of Thor, Mr and Mrs Har. Ian Wichtendahl and sons of Algona, Mr and Mrs Norman Prichard and daughter of Omaha. Emogene Wichtendahl of Algona, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl and son of West Bend, Mi and Mrs Delbert Wichtondahl and sons Vernon and Steven, Mr and Mrs Gordon Jenson ana family and Selma and Henry Wichtendahl of here were Christmas Day dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Geo: Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Harold Wehrspann and family of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Wehrspann and family of Algona were Christmas day visitors at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Louis Wehrspann. ' Charlotte Meier R. N;, NaeVe Hospital in Albert Lea, spent her Christmas vacation at the homo of her parents, Mr and Mrs Theodore Meier. Mary Greinert, student at Luther College, is spending her Christmas vacation at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert. Dinner guests Christmas night were Mr and Mrs Eugene Maahs and family and Mary Greinert of- Decorah and Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch and daughter of here. Mr and Mrs Peter J. Dahlhauser of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Anthony Waechter of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs William Dearchs and family, Mr and Mrs Raymond Mertz and family ol Algona, Mr and Mrs .Raymond Montag and family, Mi- and Mr* Paul Dahlhauser and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhausei and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Vern Waechter and son Steven of Cylinder were Christmas Day dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser. DifthB£J guests at the home ol Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell, Christmas Day were Mr 1 and Mrs George Frost of Owalonna, Minn., Mr and Mrs Everett Zciy- ler and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Harold Kuntz oi Carroll, and Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell and family and..Mr.and Mrs Erwin Siems of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs William McCauley of Mason City and Mr and Mrt Ted Fuchsen of Algona vfeited' at the parental home of Mr and Mrs P. J. Fuchsen, here. Ted who recently underwent surgery, wil 1 , remain with his parents for twi weeks to recuperate. Christmas Day with their parents were Mi and Mrs M. A. McLeod ,of Sioiu City and Mr and Mrs Lestei Fuchsen and family of here. Christmas Day dinner guest? at the home of Mr and Mr. Anthony Buscherfeld"' were M. and Mrs Dale Lewis and family. Billy Buscherfeld and Evelyr. Buscherfeld of Fort Dodge, M? and Mrs Leo Elbert-and family of Detroit, Mich., Mr and Mr.< Jack Spurgeon and family and Vincent, Sylvester and Adam Elbert of here. Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Free Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Harold Heinrich and family, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Russell Harris and family, Mi and Mrs Walter A. Meyer oJ here, Mr and Mrs Edgar Heinrich and family of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Richard Bierstedt and family of Rolfe and Richard Meyer of Seward, Neb. Mrs Adelia spent Christmas day at the home of her' daughter, Mr and Mrs Alvin Potratz at Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs James Besch entertained a group of relatives at a Christmas dinner Wednesday Present were Mr and Mrs Mike Besch and daughter Dora, Mrs Pearl Besch and family, Mr and Mrs William Besch and family and Mr and Mrs Edward Besch and family of here, Mr and Mr. c Elton Wood of Algona, and Mi and Mrs Clement Besch and daughter of Casson, Minn. Mr and Mrs Walter Strueckei entertained a group of relative; 1 at a turkey dinner at a Christmas party last week Sunday evening Present were Mr and Mrs Irwin Struecker of Rodman, Mi and- Mrs Robert? Fuerstenau and family of Lotts Creek, Mr anc Mrs Henry Lauck Jr. of Wesl Bend, Mr and Mrs Richard Struecker and Mr and Mrs Dale Mains and family of Algona, and Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr. ana family of here. Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of their son Mr aud Mrs Henry Lauck Jr. in West Bend. Mr ajuJ Mrs Erwin Struecke? of Rodman and Mr and Mrs Richard Struecker of Algona were Christmas Day dinner guests al the home of Mr and Mrs Robert fujyrstehau in Lotts Creek. Mr 'and Mrs Edmund O'Brien and family and John Van Heise were 8:80 p.m. dinner guests at' the home of Mr and Mis James, Butler, Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth Weft Christmas Day dinner guests ai the home of Mf and Mfs L. H Pert!. M:- and Mrs Simon Weber hac as dinner guusts Christmas Daj Mr and Mrs DcnrilS Weber an< children and Matt Wagner oi here and Mr and Mrs Bud Fdrdcn and son Randy of Algona. Mr and Mrs Delbert WJchten- dahl and sons Vernon and Sitven were evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur .Heidenwith Christmas Day. Mr and Mrs William Roeber had as dinner guests Christina,': Day their immediate family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber ano family, Mr and Mrs Mayrtard Roeber and family, Mr and Mrs Melvitt Roeber and son David, Mr and Mrs Lester Baas and family, Emma and August Roeber. The latter two are sister and brother of Mr Roeber. Mi- and Mrs Alfred Meyer and. sons Gayle and Roger were Christmas night visitors with Mrs Emma Dreyer, mother ol Mrs Meyer in Algona. Mr and Mrs James Schulb were Christinas Day dfnner guests at the parental homo of Mr and Mrs Erwin Schmeling at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mra Arthur Baker, parents of Mrs Schultz. Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz visited Christmas Day with Mr and Mrs John Abbas in West Bend, parents of Mrs Schultz. The family of Mrs Amanda Ruhnke gathered at her home Thursday night for a Christmas party. Those present included Mr and Mrs Earl Steier and family of here, Mr and Mrs Morris Thompson and Mr and Mrs Hugo Berninghaus and Norbert Bierstedt .of Algona, Mr and Mrs Leonard Hanson of Iryington and Mr and Mrs Walter Biersledl o| Fairville, Mr and Mrs Fred RUhnke of Whittemore were un-t able -to attend due the illness of Mrs Ruhnke. John Stover of Hubbard spent Christmas Day with Mr and Mrs Edward Grimes and family in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Elmer O. Bell,, Mr and Mrs Bernard Bell, Mr and Mrs Maurice Schwint, Mr and Mrs Alfred 'Bell, Mr and Mra, Wayne Bellinger and Otto Bell visited with Mrs Otto Bell in St. Ann hospital in Algona, Christmas day and evening. Mrs Beli was transferred to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Friday. . Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers and daughter Arlene, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Ostwald of here, 'M/ and Mrs Ewald Voigt, Mr and Mrs Wade Hanson, James Voigt. and Laura Broesder of Algono helped Mrs Elsie Hanson, sister of the Whittemore folks, celebrate her birthday at her home in Algona Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Louis Broesdci and daughter Laura, . James Voigt and Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt of Algona were Christmas Day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith took Mrs Elsie Barkley and daughter Letha Barkley to Gilmore City, Christmas night. The> had been visiting at the home ot Mrs Hcidonwith's parents, Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux in West Bend. Mrs Barkley is the mother of Mrs Vaux. Mr and Mrs .George Wichtendahl of here accompanied Mr an6 Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and sons of Algona early Thursday morning for Huntingdon Beach, Calif., where they will visit for two weeks with the former's daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost and family. Mr and Mrs Alfred Bell and son Paul, visited at the home oi Mrs August Bierstedt, mother of Mrs Bell at Fenton, Thursday afternoon. OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given that a petition far a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fixtures and appliances for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes has been filed by the City of Algona, Iowa, in the office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks the right to construct, operate and maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following described public lands, highways, streams and private lands, to-wit: (13.800 volt, three phase, closed delta connected, non-grounded except at source and taps). Beginning at the intersection of the Northwesterly line of the C&NW Ry. Co.'s right of way with the South line Ji the right oi way of the highway jrosemly designated as U. S. No. 18 located along the North line of Section One (1), Township Ninety-five (U5) North. Range Twenty-nine (291 West of the 51li P. M , Kossuth County. Iowa, thence Southwesterly along the Northwesterly margin of said C&NW Ry. Co. right of way in the Northeast Quarter (NE' 4 ) of the Northwest Quarter iNW'j) of said Sec-lion One (1), said Township and Range, three hundred I30U) feet, thence Southerly across said C&NW Ry. Co. right of way and entering the Northwesterly corporate limits of the City of Algona, Iowa, in said Section One U), said Township and Range. (13800 volt, single phase, open delta ?onhected, non-grounded) .. Beginning at the Northwest corner of Section Six (61, Township Ninety- five (95) North. Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the 5th P. M.. thence East in the South margin of the highway along the North line of Section Six (61, presently designated as U. S. No. 18, Approximately one U) mile. (2400 volt, three phase, closed delta connected, non-grounded except at source) Beginning on the West line 'of Section Six (6). Township Ninety-five (95) North, Range Twenty-eight (28) West of the Sth P. M., at a point approxi- S**^ ""^•byndfed seven (307) teet South of the Northwest corner of the Southwest Quarwr iSW! 4 j oi the Northwest QuarteONl*y4) of *«ld thencp In «'NoftlieilstetTy mrectto prjvate Hght.df way pne-lhoUL r alglU-clght jt<)% feeiiJMhee Bast fwfl hundred «fty-foW (»4) feet to thf weidenhoff C6)lT»)ratian Plant alS lt» the Northweit^uartcf (NW M) of SBC- ,ion St* (6), sata Township and Rftrtge, Besmnlng at a point nine hundred (en (0)0) feet We«e of the NoHh^irf corner of the Northwest Quarter <NVVH> of the Southwest Quartet iSW/4) of Section Two (2), Tow"nshki Ninety-five (03) North. RAnge Twenty* nine (20) West of ,the 8th P. M., thehes in a WoM-Sbuthwesterly dlrectidn oft private right of way along the Nottfi Fine of Chicago,' Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad right of way one housand one-hundred seventeen,(1117J feet In said Section Two (2) and Sec* tion Three (3), Said Township and ilange, thence In a Northwesterly dl» rectlon approximately seven-hundred fifty-two (782) feet In the Southeast Quarter (SEy,) of the Northeast Quar* ter (NEW) of Section Three (3), said Township and Range. (2400 volt, single phase: open delta Connected, non-grounded) Beginning on the South line of See* tlon Thlrly-slx (38), Township Ninetysix (06) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) •Vest of the 5th P. M.. at a point approximately three hundred fifteen (315) feet West of the Southeast corner of said Section Thirty-six (36), thehce North on private right of way mately two hundred nine (209) feet, '.hence East approximately three hun«> dred fifteen (318) feet,' to the Blast lino of said Section Thirty-six (38), 30 Id Township and Range. Beginning on the West line of Sec* 'ion Thirty'one (31), Township Ninetysix (06) North, Range Twenty-eight r28) West of the Sth P. M., at a point approximately two hundred nine (209) feet North of the Southwest corner of said Section Thirty-one (31), said Township and Range, thence East on private right of way approximately twenty- five (25) feet. Beginning on the North line of Section One (1), Township Ninety-five (05) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) west of the Sth P. M.I at a point approximately one-thousand two hundred ninety (1290) feet West ofMhe North- Bast corner of the Northwest Quarter (NWtt) of Section One (1), said Township and Range, thence Southwest on private right of way approximately fouf-hundred forty-seven (447) feet, nil In the Northwest Quarter (NWU) of Sectldn One (Unsaid Township and Range. Beginning In the Northwest corner of Section Three (3), Township Ninety- five (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (28) West of the Sth P. M'., thence Southwesterly across the public highway between Sections Three (3) mid Four (4), said Township and Range, and across that portion of the Algona Municipal Airport property located In the Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of the Northeast Quarter (NEW) of Section Four (4), said Township and Range, approximately ten hundred fifty (1050) 1 feet; thence due West as two single conductor underground cables across the said Algona Municipal Airport property, approximately twelve-hundred fifty (1250) feet to the terminal pole adjacent to and immediately West of the office building at the said Algona Municipal Airport In the Northwest Quarter (NWM) of the Northeast Quarter (NEU) of said Section Four (4), said Township and Range. • Beginning in the Northeast Quarter (NEVl) of the .Northwest Quarter (NWU) of Section ftewm fil), *h.p Nmety-fls 8 .IS?) Wp«h» tWcnty-nlne <*6t wert of ttt* «t . M, at a point Approxlrrintelyjlx-hun- ditJ tinny'••»vfcn (03?) feet Welt,attd approximately Wvefi-hundfed Hxty- Klvift (787) feet South of thfe Ndrth- sns't coiner of the Northeast Quarter (NE'.i) of the Northwest Quarter (NW^i) of «ald Section eleven (ll) t said Township and Range tit trie Soinn corporate limit* Of the City of Algona, thence South on the fiatt side of the Irregular highway In the Southeast Quarter (SEy.) of the Northwest Quarter (NWU) of said Section Eleven (11), approximately thfee - hundred ninety-four (304) feet, thehce Southwest one-hundred twenty (120) feet and across to the West Kide of said highway, thence Southwest along the Southwest side of said highway and across the Des Moines River, approximately two-thousand nine-hundred (2900) feet to the intersection of said irregular highway with the highway presently designated as towa Highway No. 274, In the Northwest Quar; ter (NWM) of the Southwest Quarter (SW>/4) of said Section Eleven (11), said Township and Range, thence Southeast along the Southwest side of sala Iowa Hlgnway No. 274 approximately nine-hundred thirty-two (932) feet, thence Southeast and across said Iowa Highway No. 274 approximately two-hundred sixty-six (268) feet, thence Southwest along the Northeast side of said Iowa Highway No. 274 approximately one-thousand three-hundred twenty (1320) feet, thence West one-hundred (100) feet across the said highway, thence Southwest along the Northwest side of said Iowa Highway No. 274 approximately seven-hundred forty (740) feet to a point where a county road on the North Quarter (NW) line of Section Fourteen (14) of said Township and Rang$, intersects said Iowa Highway 274; thence East on the North margin of the said county road on the North Quarter (N%) line of said Section Fourteen (M), said Township and Range, approximately one-thousand nine-hundred (1900) feet to the end; and beginning In the Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of the Southwest Quarter (SW'4) of said Section .Eleven (11), said Township and Range, on the East side of aforesaid Iowa Highway No. 274 at a point approximately one-hundred fifty (150) feet Southeast of the center of the entrance to Ambrose A. Call State Park, thence Southeast approximately four-hundred fifty (450) feet to the end, all In said Township and Range; and beginning In the Southwest Quarter (SW'/ 4 ) of said Section Eleven (11), said Township and Range, at a point approximately one-hundred thirty (130) feet North of the center line of the entrance to Ambrose A. Call State Park on the West side of aforesaid Iowa Highway No. 274 thence South and West approximately four - hundred fifteen (415) feet across the said entrance road and into the said park in said Section Eleven (11), said Township and> Range; and beginning in Section Ten (10), said Township and Range, at a point approximately four<<>nth (0.4) mile West of ofbresaid Iowa Highway No. 274 on the North line of aforesaid Ambrose A. Call State Park on the South side of a county road, thence South approximately two hundred sixty (200) feet into the park to the end, in said Township and Range; and beginning in the Northwest Quarter (NW>4) of the Southwest Quarter (SWtt) of said Section Eleven (11), said Township and Range, at a point on the North side of a county road at its Intersection with aforesaid Iowa Highway No. 274, thence South ap- \ As Clarence Darnell has decided to quit farming on the Ed Hundl farm, a complete closing out auction will be held at the farm located 4 miles east of Elmore on State Line road and 1 Vz miles north; or 4'/2 miles west and 21/4 miles north of Rake, la.; or 8 miles south, 4 miles east and % miles south of Blue Earth; or 4 miles south and 4 miles west and 3 /< miles south of Frost, on SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P. M. SHARP LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS Holstein Cows 4 cow» fresh in last six weeks; 2 cows to be fresh by sale day; 5 cows springing; 2 cows to calf in spring, all bred to Purebred Holstein bull; 4 open Holstein 8 mo. old heifers, Calfhood bangs vaccinated; 1 small HcUtein heifer; 2 Hclstein bulls one year old. All cattle TB tested. Most of the cows are Bangs vaccinated and passed a clean Bangs test. Individual health papers furnished with cows on the day of sale. 51 Hampshire fall pigs weighing about 60 to 75 Ibs., veterinarian vaccinated. 20 good mouthed ewes, S lambs, 1 buck. Buck has been right with ewes all fall. About 100 year old Leg-Arkus hens and 100 Leghorn pullets. Laying good. FARM MACHINERY 1952 MM ZA tractor & 4 row cult.; 1948 MM Z tractor & 4 row cult.; MM mounted 4 row planter with fertilizer attachment;, MM 2 row corn picker with side elevator; MM 69 combine with motor & Scour Clean; MM 7 ft. power mower; MM rubber tired manure speader; 15 ft. Mc-Dg. disc; 2 bottom 1 16 in. Mc-Dg. plow with high speed slat plow and Chief bottom; 10 ft. Inland field cultivator on rubber; 5 section drag with folding steel evener; 8 ft. Mc-Dg. binder used for windrower; John Deere 3 bar side delivery rake; 40 ft. Little Giant elevator; Wide type overhead hoist with cradle; Speed jack; Good Humbolt manure loader & snow bucket with MM mounting; Coats rubber tired trailer with steel box; Rubber tired trailer with wood flare box; Rubber tired trailer; Case 10 in. Hammer mill; New belt for Hammer mill; J. D. endgate seeder; 11x38 tractor chains; Heat houser; Power takeoff shaft for MM tractcr; Mounted wood saw; Electric pump jack; Steel hag troughs; Hog fountains; Cement troughs; 500 size elec. Brooder stove; 265 gal. gets barrel and stand; Feed bunk; Oil burning tank heater; 2Vi ft. x 4 ft. steel tank. Delaval milker with 2 Surge buckets & pipeline for 15 cows; DeLaval electric cream separator; Elec. cream cooler (2 can); Elec. Dairy Maid water heater; 12 10 gallon milk cans and a wash tank. About 700 bales gopd straw; About 1000 bales 1st, 2nd & 3rd cutting alfalfa and Red clover hay; About 250 bales good wild xhay. Hay and straw all inside and in good condition. 17 bu. Blackhawk soybeans. Buildings: 12 x 24 ft.; 7 x 7 ft.; 8 x 18 ft. shelter and 16 x 32 ft. machine shed. REGULAR SALE TERMS: No property to be removed from premises unlil fully settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Clarence Darnell & Ed Hungt Oldenburg & Quino. Auctioneers First National BaofcElnjore. Clerk flWMrHlnww Sttty fli . jk. ...jfbtt the saw cauflt* * Mwrnci foul hweit on M»« ifeuut ot thLteW ewwty *ow ta tfen Efevefttfl) Snd S*ctloW s»ld TovtfftsMp. and Range, apptt>*f» -tftt*lv two" thousand (4000) f«* thence Northtostt And ftcMSW saw ro» v-><* rtrfttt or<*sy m true gdnt» Quarter (SS«)jst th* I oft prfVato Quarter (SB &) d? BecUofl T*njlp; malely iso-'feet, theftce right at way. approxMately . nundred seventy-five (378} feet, then*;* Sduth across the aforesaid couftly road approximately ohe-hundrea forly-flvfi (I4S) feet, thence West along the So$i$ line of the said county »ad apptdxl" mately four-hundred fifty (450) feet, thence North and across the said county road and on to brwate right of way In the Southwest Quarter (SWU of the Southeast Quarter (SE'4) of tail SecHon Ten (10). said Township dnt Range, approximately three hundred eighty (380) feet, thence West oh prl^ vate right of way one-hundred nitraty- five (193) feet, thence Northwest, oil private right of way, one-hurtdreq seventy (170) feet, all in the SotrfiieSfit quarter (SE%) of said Section.T«SH (10), said Township and Range,. Beginning on the ; East line 61 tlon Eleven (11), Township Ninety-flv« (96) North, Range Twenty-nine, ?29) " "i P. M. ' - West of the Sth ., at a pobit .S proscimately one-hundred thirty-two (132) feet South of the Northeast *ofH4 er of the Southeast Quarter (SB *4> 6' jsar*£ "| M wayjfpns*** «.... **~5y j eet( . , flange: and beginning lira o* Section -Twelve (12), said «W0 ano Range, at a J»»n t , A S rrt*t«»»* two-Wundred sixty (S6o> feet South of JheNorthwett comer of the southwest Quarter JgWft) of tftff Southwest quarter SW1) of said &$tioft Twelve (12), io»; 4 feist, thence Southeast =~ r -•» ..jateiy one-hundred fifteen (US) feet all in private right of way in use Southwest Quattef JSW U) of > the SflHithwest Quarter fSwW) of section Twelve (12), said Township and Range; arid beginnin* along: the West Hn« fa t>J Section Twelve (Izh said Townsmp artd fiange, at a point approximately nirtfe (9) feet tforth of the Southwest corner of said Section Twelve (12), theftce East approximately Seven-han* dfea fifteen (718) feet, thence Northeast approximately two-hundred (200) feet, all on privateright af «"-•- "•» , a on ihwest Quartet (SWtt bf,Section ip ZOV WM«4 b*;» \M *> /• (12), .said Township , andiDeglanint to the Sbuthwest ^- r , tef (SWU) « the Southwest Quarte* (SWtt) of Section Twelve . (12). said Township and JtaHge, at a point ap- •jfoximately 6fte-hundred twenty-nine ;12D) feet N6ftH and approximately ^ive-hundrtd fifty-three (5S3) feet ! * an easement btt jJf P/ate' ito'ds for H|h nf wav btitfioses oft Which to erect, (21st) day of January, 1658, at iO:!* *cioek it. m., Us Its office at pel ttoihes Iowa, as ttthe anfl place fot heaVing said pefltf&rt ftocKet B-12131. Any objectfons to the ««ntlng of such franchise must be in, writing and »«( in triplicate with at least f 1?6 (6) &W bliore date hf helrtnl Th6 Iowa S&te cbtntneree So^mSsJWsthJt^ be represented at the heaj-lni by someone who has full authority to act tor tt " toWA STATE eoWtMgRCfi v' dhaiman L. r. Wolfinger, Secretary Des Moines, Iowa, Decem. 2 'and the Algona' (Iowa) Upper ' At Tour And Yourself OUT the Time To Contact Any of Your Buyers HERMAN NORLANP Cylinder E. K. JOHNSON FENTQN GAYL JOHNSON Swea City DALE DUNDAS Burt WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. Whittemore MURPHY LIVESTOCK Livermore-LuVerne-Corwith MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft LOU NITZ Lakota-Ledyard J. B. MERTZ West Bend RAY KRANTZ Tiionka IWRp ^H^BP JS ^PW ^^^^ ^^8 Supplying Over 200 Packers & Processors PHONE (SYprew 4,2411, AIGQNA

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