Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1965 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, January 25, 1965
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Aitoneflve USED PICKUPS 1.&64 F400 8-eoot Styieside Bo*, Big "d" engine. Beige eol< or. Still in warranty. 1963 FORD F-lOO 8 foot Style- side box, V-8 engine, .Custom Cab. Solid White and extra nice. 1952 FORD F*2SO %-ton Pickup, ^ 4-speed transmission, long box, perfect for farm. TAYLOR MOTOR CO, 5.3804 Printing? Call MM ADVANCEI FOR SALE Lovely 3 bdrm. ranch style home, with garage. .Carpeted throughout, Newly dec orated inside and out. Need for larger homo necessitates our selling. It you are looking for a comfortable home complete with built-in oven, finished roe. room, plus built-ini galore, then this is the homo for you! This home can bo soon at 202 South Main, 1 block duo South of the Presbyterian Church. For appointment Call Phil Diamond 295.5595 2tfn » COFFEE $H M-.. .. H9W/S D. Trok triad AMricv CL^RICALVACCJG $70-85 FOR SALE — Purebred Duroc fall boars, same breeding as our pigs at the Ames Test station to sell Feb. 5. W. J. Stewart, phone 4R96, Burt, Iowa. 5-8* FOR SALE — Purebred Spotted boars, also a large selection of gilts bred for March and April farrow. Bert Geerdes and Son, Lakota, Iowa. 23wltfn FOR ,SALE — 50 Purebred Duroc .bred gilts, start farrowing 1st of February. Henry E. Krull, Buffalo Center, la. il6w4-7 Reilalt FOR RENT — HOUSE — 715y 2 West College St.. 3 rooms and bath, full basement, gas heat, new plumbing, possession Feb. 1, Leonard Maasdam. 6-7* FOR RENT — Furnished apartment with garage. 295-2549 after 6 p.m. 6-7* FOR RENT — 2 bedroom duplex, available Feb. 1. Call 5-3581 before 6 p.m.; call 59152 after 6 p.m. daily except Sunday. 20w6tfn FOR SALE — SPF Duroc;boars. .Gail Wolf, LiiVerne. Ph. Corwith, JU 3-2435. 5-6* Cattle FOR SALE — Quality .calves, 500 Ibs., artificial Breeding, Sir.es performance tested and registered. Kenneth Roethler, 295^3039, Algona, la. 18w6 COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM SALE {At I nave decided to quit farming, I will hold • public auction rr u &* M 2'/t t milo,;o.tt of Bancroft on blacktop road .t southeast corner of town, % mile south and V 4 milo oast, or 3 miles north, 3 miles east, iV* miles north and V* milo east of Burt, or 6 miles west of Titonka, 2'/ 4 miles north and V 4 mile oast, on— . THURS., JAN. 28 ., 12:30 o;clock Uthof Lunch Wagon on Grounds 100 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 20 HEAD OF CALVES — Shorthorn steer calves, good quality, weight about 500-550 pounds. q 80 HEAD OF HOGS — 80 mixed hogs weighing about 90 pounds. Long time vaccinated for cholera and erysipelas. *, J3 ,T RACTORS — 1954 Model "70" John Deere Tractor; 1955 Model "300" International I.H.C. Tractor; 1950 Model "C" Allis- Chalmers Tractor complete with 2-row cultivator and 6-ft. mounted mower. Two heat housers to fit John Deere and I.H.C "300" tractors. ~ POWER MACHINERY — John Deere Model "400" 4-row Cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; John Deere Model "490" 4-row Corn Planter with rubber press wheels and disc type fertilizer attachment; New Holland Model "66' Baler with Wisconsin motor 1956 Case Combine, Model "75" with motor, pick-up, and scour- kleen; New Idea Model "6A" 2-row Corn Picker with rear elevator New Idea Model "12A" rubber tired Tractor Manure Spreader Minneapolis-Moline 8-ft. Windrower; John Deere 18-ft. Straight Disc with 18-in. blades; Western 15-ft. Land Roller; IHC No; 8 3-bottom 14-in. Tractor Plow on rubber; Kovar 15-ft. Spring Tooth Harrow; Kovar 20-ft. Flexible Lever Harrow; IHC Model "255' 2-row Cultivator with three cylinders and rear gangs; IHC Manure Spreader on steel wheels; Two John Deere Side Delivery Rakes on steel wheels; "Winter" 3 bottom Plow Stubble Turner; Humboldt Stalk Cutter; Endress 6-row Weed Sprayer with aluminum tank and hand boom; Stan Hoist Manure Loader with snow bucket. OTHER MACHINERY — Montgomery-Ward Trailer with flare box, 15-in, tires; Anthony Trailer with 7x14 ft. ft. steel barge box hydraulic hoist and 14-in, tires; Montgomery-Ward 125-bu. flare box (new) on trailer; Hay Bale Rack 8x16 ft. on rubber tired wagon; 2-Wheel Trailer with wagon box; Steel Wheel Wagon with box; IHC Endgate Seeder; Kelly-Ryan 44-ft. Elevator with drive«,on hoist; 16-ft. David Bradley Portable Elevator with % HP, Electr'c Motor; Farmer's Friend Grain Elevator on steel, 30-ft, with 17-ft. roof section, . . FOR RENT — Two bedroom apartment. unfurnished with all utilities paid. Available immediately, -close-in. Call 5-3504 before 5:30; ,5-3498 after. Taylor Apartments, Algona. 21w48mttfn FOR RENT — House in Galbraith. See Rex Taylor, % Taylor Implement Co. in Aleona. 13w45mt tfn FOR RENT — 3 room apart ment. close-in with private entrance and bath. Call 5-3837, Biustrom Furniture Store. Algona. 35tfn "»«»«oeoooo»«oo»o»o«oooo For Sale FOR SALE — 10 x 20 earage. portable. $125.00. delivered .within -15 miles. Stanley Egel. LuVerne, Iowa. 15w6-7 RECIPE ROUND-UP COOKBOOK $3.00 Sponsored by St. Joe C. D. A. ON SALE AT HOOD'S '•* AND FAREWAY 6-9 Advertise in the Advance — largest PAID circulation! Rial Estate FOR SALE — Sealed bids by March 1st 4 room house 20' x 22' to be moved. Can be seen east of St. John Lutheran church oar son ape. Contact ~Eu Claire Meyer, George Koestler or Alvin Baumgard, Trustees, Burt. Iowa. 37w6-9 FOR SALE — Seven room house in Burt. and basement. If interested; Contact Ralph Bristow at Burt or call 295-5177 at Algona or Whittemore 84411 after 5 p.m. 3-6 HOMES — LOTS FOR SALE (List changes weekly) JUST LISTED 2 bdrm. — one story — immaculate, finished rec. room, , ; . economical, heat less than.1 ^ $10.00 per' mo., garage. W 118 Si Heckart _1 "' " »»»»»eeeeeee»»»eeeeeeeee e»eeeeeeeeeee»«ee»»»»««» Opportunity I'M A happy wife and mother and earn a nice income. I thought it couldn't be done too until I became a Beauty Counselor. I need assistants for my growing business. If you have some leadership ability, let me hear from you. Merilyn Boekelman, Box 174, Algona. 5-6* Notices 307 S. Hall, new gas furnace^ to settle estate $6,500 3 bdrm. — 903 S. Harriet — all real nice, inside — nee.ds nothing done — Ige. rjtci room, carpet, drapes, cajK tains — all included for *' $13,000 4 bdrm. 421 E. Lucas, new gas furnace, well located, vacant $8,000 3 ,bdrm. on 4 acres, all nice inside — carpet, drapes, stove — all included $10,800 Nice near new 3 bdrm. one story, exceptional basement, garage — only $15,000 Compact 3 bdrm., one story, drapes, curtains, owner leaving ____ $11,900 4 bdrm., roomy, comfortable; near new post office $11,750 3,bdrm., 209,8,. Minnesota,.JVe.w gas furnace, best of locations $13,000 Number of lots — in South and East Algona. See JOEL M. HERBST or TED S. HERBST Real Estate Brokers (Over Penney's) BIG SELECTION USED FURNITURE • Auction HOIK* • Phone 295-3837 Subsidiary of: BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. Algeria Feed ft Seed FOR SALE — Baled straw, Hoi- Ms Benschoter, Algona, Iowa. 5-6* FOR SALE — Oats straw. John F. Weber, Irvington, la. 5-6" Help Wanted WAITRESS WANTED — Fob. 1. Johnson's Maid Rite. 6 FOR SALE — 3000 bales of Bright Alfalfa hav. crimoed 2nd cutting. See Mike or Pat Baumann, Whittemore, la. 4-11* FEED THE WILD BIRDS THIS WINTER WE HAVE A DOZEN DIFFERENT TYPE OF BIRD FEEDERS IN STOCK! Priced from $1.25 to $10.98 Nice selection of styles ? W,p ,have. wileL. bjrd, se«?d,, Sunflower seeds and scratch feeds in stock. Get your supply for the winter now. ALGONA FLOUR A FEED CO. South Phillips St. 5-2701 day for Hawthorne and Oakland. Calif., for a month with her daughter. Dianne, and son Don, and families. Mrs Wayne Allen will accompany her to Anaheim where she lives. The Rev. Frank Harceys went to LaCrosse, Wis.. Monday to bring the daughter. Karen, home until Jan. 31. She is having semester broak from the university. In Houston. Wis., they spent Monday night with Mrs Harcey's parents, the Bern Orrs. Mr and Mrs B. A. Frank) left Fridav for three weeks in Florida. The Frankls took a plane to their destination. OLDEST RESIDENT — Mrs Ida Jones, Norway's oldest citizen at 99 years of age, passed away in Vinton Jan. 1. In; 1872 at the age of seven, she came to Iowa with her family in a .horse- drawn covered wagon. TURKEY — A torn turkey weighing 48 Ib. 13 oz. owned by William Applegate of Clarion was Iowa's entry in the heavyweight contest sponsored by the National Turkey Federation at its convention in Des Moines. It was only 'outweighed by one other entry, the one from Arkansas. Iowa and Kossuth County, Iowa, will receive seated bids at the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, in the County Court House, Algona iowo until the 9th day of February, 1965 at 2:00 o'clock P.M., for furnishing labor, materials and equipment required to make repairs to Hancock-Kossuth County Joint Drainage District No. 87-5, at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The work consists of clearing approximately 5600 trees, growing in any part of the open ditch and right of way, disposing of same and spraying the stumps with a heavy application of on approved brush spray, spraying approximately 1677 squares of brush growing in any part of ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCED? MONDAY, JAN. 25, 1965 -> IN THS DISTRICT COURt OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN OF THE ESTATE OF LAMMERT HIPPEN, Deceased. Probate No. 8635 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ' v ' OF ADMINISTRATOR TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: , '"• You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to sajd are reauestod to r; 1 ,., , M "TTuix in uny pui i ui i mueuieu TO aaicj esrare are reaue the open ditch and right of way with a I make immediate payment to the unaer- heavy application of an aoprovod brush signed, and creditors havinq 'claims cnrnw /-l/tsirinn ,-.».-...,,.,!«_!..I.. ri t -,T_t__Y _ _ • _ i . . *•«•• -•• •* ->wr niu t.iuiiii3 Save on Fuel the rest of the winter! * GET SUMMER COMFORT WITH OUR . . . Insulation Save fuel this winter and enjoy summer comfort. Branson's handles both Blanket and Pour- In Insulation, Financing always — easy terms, Step out for a free estimate from C. R. Bronson, Tools and Mi*cellaneou» Home <**- Clipper Fanning Mill with screens and motor; "Jari" 36-in. Weed Mower; Koyner rear wheel Tractor Guard; Hydraulic Cylinder with hoses for implements; 12x38 inch Tractor Cljaiitf; 10x24 inch Tractor Chains; Q,E, 180 amp, Welder complete with bench, rods etc; Air Com' pressw with motor; Post Drill with motor; 2 bench Emery Grind, ers with motors; Tap and Die Set, 6 sizes; % -in, Drill; Electric Fencer, 110 volt; David Bradley 3 H.P. Gas Engine with rotary pump; Platform Scale, 1000 lb, capacity; 300 gal. Fuel Barrel with Wood Stand; 19'xl9' Canvas load cover; IHC No. io Ham- mermill; IHC Wiole Corn SheJler; Rotfry lawn Mower; 25 ft. End' Jess Belt, 6-in; Charlyn Hydraulic Pump; Set of wheel weights for JHC Tractor, OTHER MJSCELJ4ANEOUS ITEMS Poultry and Equipment — 120 Maryknoll Pullets laying good now; Electric Light Timer; Brooder Stove, several feeders and waterers. FttfVnf Equipment — Two 14-ft. Cattle Feed Bunks; 16-ft. Feed Bunk; 16-ft. H§y Feeding Bsek on skids; 3 Rotary Hog Feeders; 3 Pig Starter Troughs; Toj'O'Wick CattJe Oiler, HouitMd <pe«4i *>*• 3-pc. Ree4 Pivenport and Chair; Buffet »nd 4 chairs; Davenport; Frigidjire Refrigerator; Small Piano; Two Vanity Dressers gnd Chests; L#wii — About 200 bales of Brome-Orchjrd Grass Hay. About 300 bales of Good Straw. TERMS: CASH or make arrm#?pient$ with yo«r banker lie- fore the sale. No property te w 'removed Ironj premises ynjtu settled for- Not responsible for incidents itirald any occur. JOE FORD § TRAD owner SAVING* Card of Thanks •••o«eo»eeoeeeoeeeoeee»« CARD OF THANKS — We wish to sincerely thank those who remembered us with cards on our Golden wedding anniversary. Your thoughtfulness will long be remembered, Mr and Mrs Peter Arend. 6" »»oo ee Services »«ooeeo»oeoee»ooooo»»»e.» NOTICE ELECTROLUX SALES & SERVICE DEAN PRENTICE 115 E, Grove ALGONA, IOWA Phone 295-7047 4tfn FOR RENT — Electric Sham- pooer for $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHAMPOO. Guaranteed Best Buy. Read's Furniture, Algona. I9w49tftfn BRONSON Building Service "HOME OF REDI BILT HOMES' 5-5569 North of Chrome Algona, Iowa .w.w,%v.v.w.v.v.*.v.w ""Will! ..... iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiwiiiiiiiii ........ liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates Sii "SILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - AWJQNA * LOCALS _ Don Deal, co-owner of Lind say Soft Water, left Sunday for Chicago, 111. to attend a water conditioning meeting at the Pal mer House. He plans to be away most of the week. Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor will leave Friday for a two-week vacation in Florida. They will travel by car. Mrs Claire Schaap left Satur NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF CLEARING GRUBBING AND DISPOSAL OF TREES. Notice is hereby given that the Joint Board of Supervisors of Hancock County, spray; clearing opproximotcly 514 squares of rubbish in any part of the open ditch and right of way. Bids to be considered, shall cover the complete Work specified. If a contract Is awardedj all work specified will be included in one contract. All proposals shall be submitted in duplicate on a proposal form which shall bo provided on request, by the Countv Auditor of Hancock County and Kossuth County, Iowa and shall be delivered in a sealed envelope to the office of the Countv Auditor of Kossuth County, Kossuth County Court House, Alaono, Iowa on .or before the time for receiving bids as staled above. All proposals shall be accompanied bv a check, certified by an Iowa Bank, in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the bid, payable to the County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa or his order he amount of which check shall be for- eited if the bidder rejects or refuses o enter into contract or to furnish bond within ten (10) days after his proposal hall have been accepted. The Joint Board of County Supervisors •eserves the right to reject any or all lids, offers, or proposals submitted and o waive informalities in any bid, and to accept the proposal which it deems to be the best Interest of the drainage district. The successful .bidder .shall .furnish ,a performance bond in the amount of seventy-five percent (75%) of the contract price, which bond shall cnmplv with the -equirements of Section 455:43, Code of owa, 1962 and which bond sholl ^be drawn in favor of Hancock-Kossuth County 'Iowa) Joint Drainage District No. 87-5. The commencement date shall not be ater than February 19, 1965.'and the •ime of the completion thereof shall nol be later than the 1st of June, 1965. Bids, specifications, bidding blanks anc other information may be obtained at rthe office of the Countv Auditor of Kossuth nounty, Iowa, and in the office of the Countv Auditor of Hancock County. Garner, Iowa, or contact D. L. Leffert, Engineer, Algona, Iowa. Marc Moore, Auditor Kossuth County, Iowa Arthur A. Ross, Auditor Hancock County, Iowa Published in the Aloona Kossuth Countv Advance, Aloona, Iowa Jan. 25 and Feb. 1, 1965. WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- 'MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store against said estate shall file them with 'he clerk of the above named .district rourt, as provided by law, duly authen- 'icated, for allowance, and unless so'filed within six months from the second pub- ication of this notice (unless .other**!** allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 21st day of January, 1965^:, Elizabeth Hippen, Elmore, Mlrjti'. Administrator of said Estate- < Henry Hippen, St. James, Minn. Administrator of said Estate Buchanan & McClure • •• Attorney for said Administrator • ; Alqona, Iowa Address , Date of second publication 1 day of February, 1965. Published in the Alaona Kossuth Countv Advance, Alaona, Iowo, Jan. 25 and Feb. 1, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of IOWA ' KOS$U ™ COUMTY OF THE ESTATE OF ALBERT E. ROSENAU, Deceased. .Probate No. 8639 ' NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are reauested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with" the clerk of the above named .district court, 'as provided by law, duly authenticated, for .allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. v; Dated this 2 1st day of January, 19.65. Administrator of said Estate Lloyd Roscnau Lakota, Iowa .•>;.• Address Buchanan & McClure Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa " ,• Address • .• '. Date of second publication .'-, 1 day of February, 1965. • ''••• .Published in the Alaona Kossuth County Advance, Alaona, Iowo Jon. 25 and Feb. 1, 1965. • . Take PROVO tablets when you want temporary relief from minor aches and MUSCULAR ACHES - PAINS pains and body stiffness often associated with Arthritis, Rheumatism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backache and Painful Muscular aches. Lose these discomforts or your money back. At all drug counters. Honsbruch Drug - Algona Farm Auction As I am going into a different Business, I will sell my per- al property at Public Auction on farm located 1 mile East, 2'/a miles North of Terr i I; or, 5Va miles South of the Gibson Oil Station of Superior, Iowa, on — Friday, January, 29 Sale Starts At 12:00 Sharp Ditsworth Lunch on Grounds Planning an Auction? Contact Dale Yungeberg ^ 8 ?S5I 0l ^l i i^,§^l l L, 20 Yfiri ftperience * C«l| 5.3303 Br §-35*3 ALGONA, IOWA D*n't Forget 0yr Wifify Ljyfstock Auction if W«iiey 155 — HEAD HY-BRED HOGS — 11—Hy-Bred 1st litter Gilts with Pigs at side; 16—Hy-Bred Sows to farrow with 2nd litters first part of March; 26—Hy-Bred Gilts to farrow in April; 100— Hy-Bred Feeder Pigs weighing from 80 to 125 pounds. All Sows _ . _ . .... " (Jilts are bred to Purebred Hamp Boars from D. Kindelspire i del1 Forage Harvester, side hitch and blower spout; 7 ft. tot CLOSING OUT SALE Havinq decided to quit farming, I will hold a complete dosing out sale on the former Chas. Raney farm located 7 mi. north of Jet. 169 & 3 at Humboldt, 1 mi. east and 1st place north; or » mi. South of"Jct. 169 A 222, I mi. east and % mi. south on— > Friday, January 29, 1965 Ron Ruiter Lunch Wagon on Grounds — Sale begins at 12;30 FEE D — 300 bales, 1st cutting alfalfa and orchard grass h»y; 300 bales, 2nd cutting alfalfa and orchard grass hay; 300 bales, 3rd cutting alfalfa and orchard grass hay. This is choice hay, big bales, all under cover in hay mow. 500 bales of good, clean, bright straw, under cover. ^ 40 HEAD OF CATTLE — 20 head high grade Holstein milk cows, 3 close up springers. 5 open heifers, ready to breed. JO heifer calves, average 3 mo. old. 5 Holstein steer calves, about 3 mo. old. Several of these cows freshen in Nov. & Dec. This : is a relatively young herd of cows, mostly of my own raising from artificial breeding, suitable for good replacement stock. Health papers will be furnished day of sale. CHICKENS — 400 Hyline Hens, debeaked and wormed, in high production. Several Feeders, Waterers, 2 — 10 hole Jamesway Roll-Away Nests. t • 57 HEAD OF HOGS — 10 crossbred, 2nd litter sows, bred to Duroc boar for early February farrowing. 47 fall pigs, vacc., castrated and dipped, DAIRY EQUIPMENT — Surge SVP II Pump and % h.p. motor, pipeline for 20 cows. 2 seamless, stainless steel Surge buckets; Surge 10 gal. pour in hot water heater; 8 can side door, spray type Unco milk cooler, motor just overhauled. 1957 400 INT. TRACTOR — Winterized, new rubber in front, fluid in rear tires, F-20 INT. TRACTOR — and Farmer's Friend Mechanical Manure Loader, > 1950 M INT. TRACTOR — Heat Houser, good rubber, NO. 62 INT. COMBINE — Greaseless bearings on cylinder, ready to go. 18 ft. Int. Straight .Disk, large Wades, good; 15 ft. Int. Spring Tooth; Int. 4 row Rotary Hoe; 450 Int. Planter, fertilizer and Ghandi attachments; 440 Int. Planter, on steel, O.K.; 448 Int. 4 row Cultivator, rubber gauge wheels; No. 8 Int. Windrower, 8 ft; Jnt 3-14" Slat Moldboard Plow, new points and lays; Int. 2-16" Slat Moldboard, useable; Int. Endgate Seeder, grass seed attach.; 'Herd. 2—Purebred Hamp Boars. ' PICKER — 1961 Me. model 2-M.H., complete with deep pocket rolls, central-ized greaser, tall corn attachment, super snoot, wheel shields. 1800 OLIVER TRAC. — 1964 NEW Oliver 1800 Tractor, complete with wide front, and all other extras (Heat Houser, wheel weights, chains, cylinder. Bought new in Sept. LESS THAN 300 POWER MACHINERY — New Holland model 66 Baler, complete with PTO, bale chutes and hitch; J.D. model 555-H 3-bottom 14-inch trip bottom Plow (Winters' 3-bottom stubble turner); John Deere 15-foot Tandem Disc; New Noble 6-section Harrow with rubber transport trailer; Case model A-6 Combine complete with motor, straw spreader; A.C. model 60 Combine complete with ;PTO, metal straw racks, scour kleen, pick-up and straw chopper; •ijj}. 490 4-row Corn Planter with large corn boxes, fert. ghandi insecticide; 1959 Case 4-row Rotary Hoe; Continental trailer type Sprayer with 200-gal. tank, 9-row boom, down spouts and strainer; Mc.-D. 8-foot Windrower; 2—Mc.-D. 18-ft. Discs; Mc.-D. 15 ft. PUc; Mc.-D. model 27-V 7-ft. tractor Mower; Mc.-D. model 448 4- row Cultivator Mc.-D. 2-bottom 14-inch Tractor Plow; Case 2- bottom 14-inch Tractor Plow; 6-sec. Flex. Harrow with Noble fyener; J.D. model H rubber tired tractor Manure Spreader; 4. Harrow; New Idea Stalk Cutter; Mc.-D. 4-bar Rake; Mc.- Tractor Mower, all new guards this spring; Int. Speed Jack; Cfose Hay Loader, ready to go; New Idea Tractor Spreader; 2 o|d Spreaders, used for hay bunks; 4 wheel stee Knobee tires, good; King & Hamilton, 52 j^ ^ nd 2 wheel 7:50-20 galvanized Steel Elevator; New Idea, wide overhead Hoist anu^Jradle; Stan Hpist 6 row, trailer type Sprayer, 200 gal. tank; John Deere, 4 bar Side Delivery, overhauled this spring; 21 ft. Kewanee Harrow; 18 ft. Int. Straight Disk, junker; Int. 3 bar Side Delivery Rake, junker. Olson Stalk Rake; Olson Bale Fork; Myers 8 wheel Hay Carriage; 200' of rope; 100' of trip rope; Myers Carrier for repairs; 125 bu. Tank Box, wood, on electric trailer; 125 bu. Tank wood, on 5th wheel trailer; 125 bu. Tank Box, wood, on steel wagon; 30 bbl. water tank on steel gear; 2-300 gal. Gas Barrels, Hose & Nozzle, 1 on steel stand; 12--16' Cozy Brooder House gnd 500 chick size Gas Brooder; Shelter House for Chicks; 2^0 bjj. Wooden Pride-of-Farm Hpg Feeders, new floors; 15 bu.. ste$l Jamesway Hog Feeder; 2--16 1 Feed Bunks; 2-75 gal., galvan&e<i Hog Waterers; 1 new this spring, other 3 years old; small Pride-o£ Farm Hog Waterer, new electric element; 2 Cowboy Tank Heaters in use; 16~5'6", 14' Creosojed poles; some used Lumber, ?4s, " foot boards; Grind Stone; Post Augers; Large Vise; Anvil; I Drill; elec. J /4" drill; woven wire Stretcher; Barb Wire Stretchers; Block & Tackles; Tanks; Log Chains; Saws; Bolts; some odd *,. „«„»,«* —; isec. Kovar Spring Tooth Harrow; Meyers 42-ft. | P?sts; 80 rod, light weight Woven Wire; Egg Washer and Elevator; Mc,D Seeder; Farmer's Friend 44-ft. Elevator; Shaver i Air Compressor; Forks; Shoves; boy's Bicycle; 1V 2 ton post driver; Yetters Coulters; 16-ft. plank Flat Bed; 3 hyd. Cylin- Cham Hoist; Speed Jack Belts; Electric Fencers; 50' * v, Mounted Cement Mixer for 3-pt. hitch; Clipper Fanning Belt; other miscellaneous items. ; Large assortment of shop equipment; 300-gal. Gas Barrel on John Clark owner •URNS, CLARK and CLARK EMMET COUNTY STATE BANK, istheryjJIe, lows, Clerk Herb Raney owner ANDERSEN & KLEVE, Aucts. LiVERMORE STATE **«*, Clerk.

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