Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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sr&.iied strong as worshipful master; C. M. Pierce, Armstrong, senior warden; Robert Schuman, Armstrong, junior warden; Donald IToppus,' Ringsted, senior dea- |con; Bernard Morrall, A.rnv {strong, junior deacon; Lyle Eng- 5—AL66NA (lews) (THURSDAY, JAN, 2S, 196S Installation of Masonic, O.E.S. officers Seneca — A joint installation of Emmet Lodge of Masons and Emmet Chapter of Eastern Stars was hold last. Friday evening at the Masonic Lodge in Armstrong, Past Master C. A. Plath of Armstrong was the installing i stalling chaplain and Mrs. C. 1. officer for the Masons and Past'Smith, installing organist. Harris of Arm- igpr England, Slip then gnvp remarks and announcements. The retiring worthy matron, Mrs. Heathfnan, was presented a past matron's jewel by Mrs. Charles Lund and was invited to join the Past Matron's club. land. Penlon. senior steward; She was also presented a gift and Milton Carlson. Armstrong, Jin behalf of the 1964 officers by junior steward. Mrs _ Heathnwn. The retiring worthy matron, Mrs, Allen Heathman, opened the OES chapter by introducing The 100 members and guests in attendance were from Arm- Mrs. Stillman, who in turn in-.strong, Emmctsburg, Ringsted, troduced her assistants, Mrs. iDollivor, and Fenton, and in- Laurence Jensen, installing mar- j eluded Mrs. Blanche Exon of shall; Mrs. W. I. Mangold, in-j Estherville, grand rcpresenta- Matron, Mrs. James Stillman of Dolliver, the installing officer for the Eastern Star. The 1965 officers of the Masonic Lodge were conducted to the front by Marshall Wallace Richmond and Doctor Plath in- The officers installed included (Mrs. Lyle) Mandelind England worthy matron; Dean Walker, worthy patron; Helen Walker, associate matron; Lyle England, associate patron; and Mrs. Heathman, secretary; Maxine Hoppus, treasurer; Joy Lindell, conductress; Alice Haisman, associate conductress; Phyllis Johnson. Chaplain; Lola Harris, marshal!; Eunice Smith, organist; Dorothy Morrall, Adah; and Mildred Booth, Ruth. Also Myrna Whitesell, Esther; Viola Pierce, Martha; Burneile Madison, Electa; Margaret Carlson, warder and August Haisman, sentinel. During the installation ceremony, Robert Fuqua -sang, "0 Lord Most Holy", accompanied by Mrs. Fuqua. Mrs. England was escorted to the East by her husband. At the conclusion, the new morthy matron was .given a basket of flowers from the chapter which were presented to her by her son, Roger. Mr. Fuqua then sang "Love Divine, O Love Excelling". Mrs. England thanked all who took part in the service and introduced members of her family, Mrs. Jean Kressin of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Schmidt of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Oaris and Charles Paris of Armstrong, and her son, Ro- VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON and 40e will 1 admit one (including rental if needed) SUNDAY, JAN. 31 STAR ROLLER RINK LeRoy Lau, Owner Phone collect for Parties • 295-2166 |* 800 ROOMS WITH A VltW • 80 LUXURIOUS SUITCS INCLUDING IS PENTHOUSES WITH PATIOS • SIX DINING AND WINING ROOMS • FREE PARKING • H.ANN1WJ I'uln'nKtUnt «r nnnnlln'nV Out 5F ssss?* •* • Shower for bride at Bode held Jan. 20 Bode — A miscellaneous shower was held Wednesday evening, Jan. 20 at the Rutland Lutheran church. The honored guest vvas Mrs. Jim Faltinson, the forrtifer Barbara Kamp of Fort Dodge. The bride, her mother, Mrs. PIZZA Now available al FINN'S BAKERY 120 EAST STATE 295-5213 ALGONA \ wonderlul electric heal! you cant see itli There's nothing like ELICTRIC HOME HEATING-the marvelous modern wonder! Ypy can't see it—electric heating can be hidden in ceiling, wall or baseboard. Yoy don't hear it—resistance electric heat is silent, as silent as an electric light bulb. Y0« just fegl the wonderful sunshine-like warmth of modern ELECTRIC HEAT. Ask us, or your electrical contractor, about modern fUQTWC HEAT-another way to live better, electrically! Municipal Utilities live to Quebec. PROGRESSIVE FARMERS The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club members feted their parents at a pot luck supper Wednesday evening at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The members acted as hosts at the dinner and later shared the kitchen duties. Ray Bergum, club leader, welcomed the guests and made several announcements concerning club activities. He then introduced Richard Anderson, World Wide Traveler of Swea Citv, who showed slides taken while he toured Russia, giving the viewers a good picture of farming conditions and practices as they really exist there. Guests included in addition to Mr. Anderson, the featured speaker, Galen DeValois of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft. Parents enjoying the courtesy included the leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bergum, and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Roger Jensen, also parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nyman, Mrs. Alvin Cyphers, Wayne Nyman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Mrs. Ordean Kabrick, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg. The Parsons and the Roy Muellers were unable to attend. Parent's Night has become a traditional event for this Seneca 4-H club, this being the fifth year which they have included it in their club's activities. The parents enloy the privilege of being guests of their 4-H sons and daughters and sharing the annual event with them. Mr. and Mrs. William Loss have had their little daughter, Kelly, at the Park hospital at Mason City, for several days. Several Senecans have been patients at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, this past week. Ralph Campbell submitted to surgery and is recuperating; Albert Johnson, an accident victim, was released from the hospital on Saturday; Harold Eimers is receiving medical treatment, Little Denise Godfredson, daughter of the Alvin Godfredsons, is hospitalized with a skin infection, and Mrs. David Looft, who submitted to surgery last Monday was released last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Helgen of Akron, Ohio, are parents of a son, Curt Allan, born on Tuesday, Jan. 19. They also have a son, Billy! Mrs. Helgen is the former Lois Wilberg. Grandparents are Martin Wilberg of Fenton .and Mr, and Mrs. Lon Helgen of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Fred Johannesen and Mrs. Ordean Kabrick were hos- tosses to the Blakjer Lutheran church Women Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. laymond Bergum had charge of ;he devotions and the Worship Offering. Mrs. Henry Wilberg introduced the new Bible Study for the year and presented the first lesson on the theme, If God So Loved Us. Annual reports were given by the retiring secretary, Mrs. Henry Wilberg and the treasurer, Mrs. Gaylord Olsen. Mrs. Edna Johannesen was named on the gift committee as an assistant to the treasurer, Mrs. Odey Cherland. Miss Tilda Johannesen of Minneapolis recently visited her ters, Mrs. Christena Vahldiecfc of Wallingford and Mrs. Henry Looft; also her brothers, the John Johannesens, the Fred Jo- hannesens and Mrs. Edna Johan nesen and Larry. She also called on the Roy Petersens in Fenton. 4-H leaders of this vicinity recently attended a Home Furnishing training school held at the extension meeting room at Algona. They included Mrs. Nina Kracht and Mrs. Art Bergum of the Seneca Stars, Mrs. Robert Binzen and Mrs. Amy Cherland of the Lone Rock Lively Rockets, and Mrs. Henry Looft. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoppee and daughters of St. James Minn., called at the David Looft home Sunday afternoon. Jolleen Mueller, James B§r gum and Shirley Osborn, stu dents at Mankato Business col lege, spent the weekend with their respective parents, the Roy Muellers, Raymond Ber gums and Mrs. Leona Osborn. The Seneca Thursday Club will meet this Thursday after noon at the home of Mrs. Otis England at Ringsted. Members will respond to roll call by t*U ing how they spent the holidays Henry Kamp of Kanawha the groom's mother, Mrs. V$t- non Faltinson were given oftr- sages. Mrs. Roger Jensen had the guest book and Mrs. Art Pe/ derson announced the prograrn. Mrs. Don Aure and Mrs. Don Bakken sang several numbers accompanied by Mrs. David Engel. Mrs. Clifford Helland gave several readings. Mrs, Ron Aure and Mrs. Cliff Helland assisted the bride in opening her gifts. Hostesses were: Mrs. Don Aure, Mrs. T. M. Aure, Mrs. Fred Benjamin, Mrs. Harold Berge, Esther Christensen, Mrs. Nels Christensen, Maggie Gregorsen, Mrs. Marlin Gregorsen, Mrs. Maynard Gregorsen, Mrs. John Hanson, Mrs. Hilda Harris, Mrs. Harlan Harris, Mrs. Clifford Helland, Mrs. John Jensen, Mrs. Russell Jensen, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. John Jacobson, Mrs. Archie Johnson, Mrs. Max Janssen, Martha Larson, Mrs. John Larson, Mrs. Chris L. Madsen. Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, Mrs. Art Pederson, Mrs. Leo Rolland, Mrs. Royal Seward, Mrs. Jens Schultz, Mrs. Nels Schultz, Mrs. Vernon Tompkins, Mrs. Lawrence Westberg, Mrs. Harold, Mrs. Richard and Mrs. Virgil Williams and Mrs. Wilford Wiuff. SHOWER HELD Miss Marcia Larson was the honored guest at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening, Jan. 18 in the Lutheran church parlors. Miss Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Larson of Mallard will be married Feb. 20 to Larry Lenning, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lenning of rural Humboldt. Hostesses were: Mrs. Hilda Enger, Marcia's grandmother, Mrs. Walter Bakken, Mrs. Maurice Larson, Mrs. Gordon Larson, Mrs. Theo. Kinseth, her aunts and Mrs. Arnold Larson, Mrs. Ronald Olson and Mrs. lUcille Torgerson. Mrs. Theo. Cinseth presided at guest book,, .ucille Torgerson was mistress- f ceremonies who introduced guest of honor who in turn'' in- •oduced nearest relatives. Mrs. eroy Enger sang several' num- >ers, Sweetheart Theme accom- anied by Mrs. Maurice Larson. Jrs. Torgerson gave several eadings. Mary Larson, played flute solo, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Larson. Lunch was erved buffet style. Her grandmother poured. Mary Martha Circle met Tuesday evening, Jan. 19 at the hurch parlors with 16 members present. Election of officers reulted: Ruth Thompson, pres.; Viola Thompson, vice; Jean 'hatcher, sec.-treas. Subscrip- ions to 1965 Scope were taken, Roberta Engel had the first les- on, "If God so Lived Ns." Hos- esses were: Mrs. Ruth Thompon and Mrs. Esther Malmin, (in bsentia) Mrs. Kate Williams, as- isting. Mrs, Erling Malmin is spend- ng these days at her daughters lome in Grimes, where one of icr twin grandsons had had surgery. The Humboldt County Legion Auxiliary of 8th district met in he Legion building Tuesday af« ernoon, Jan. 19. There were 34 wesent. Members from Bode, lumboldt, Livermore, Ottosep and Thor attended. Mrs. Grace' Aure, county president, was in charge, Main speaker was Mrs,. ,ewis (Bonnie) Schmitz of Arcalia. Ladies in charge were; Mrs, Art Peterson and Mrs. Neal Olson with volunteer hostesses upplying luncheon items. Mr. and Mrs. Orren Olson, drove to Des Moines Thursday where on Friday they joined a group of ft.l.A. members lot a plane trip to Nassau, Bahamas. Mrs. Efhest Pedersoft received word that hef cottsitt Mf. Hafbld Guilixsofi died Jan. 13 in Greensboro, N. C. Mr< Gullixson was the 3rd son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T. Gullixsott, former Bode ffcsl' dents. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Holland drove to Eau Claire, Wis., Thurs< day und on Friday, with their son, Alvin drove on to Reading, Mass, to visit their daughter, Joan, a teacher and Geraldine with her husband and two Children. Band mothers at Burt to buy uniforms Burt — Burt ^Bartd Mothers Club met Thursday at the school. The club voted to purchase new uniforms for the band. On Feb. 3 the club will serve a 7 o'clock dinner for the Federal Land Bank group. On Feb. 18 the club will serve a 7 o'clock dinner for the Pork Producers Asspc. There will be a short meeting. At the March meeting the Tius- bands will be guests at a pot luck dinner. ATTEND RITES A sister-in-law of 0. A. Campney, Burt, Mrs. Ethel Campney, 74, of Ruthven, passed away Friday at the Good Samaritan Home in Estherville. Funeral services were held at Ruthven Methodist church Wednesday, Jan. 27 with burial in Emmetsburg. Attending from Burt were Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Campney, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campney. Darrell Davis and Richard Campney are bearers. SHOWER HELD A miscellaneous shower for Linda Davis was held Sunday at the John Kissner home at St. Benedict. Attending from Burt were Mrs. Ivan Kohlhaas and Debra, Mrs. Webb Stewart, Mrs. Bob Wood. Mrs. Frank Becker, Mrs. Harold Becker and Mrs. Jack Trunkhill. Linda Davis of Britt will marry Richard Kiss- ne 1 r. 4 at v 2:.p.m.Feb., 6 at the St., Benedict Catholic church. Ivan Kohlhaas returned Friday, after several days at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campney went to Des Moines to attend the Farmers Grain Dealers convention this week. Sandy Schenck of Algona and Bridget Quinn of Bancroft also were present to take part in the speech contest. The Circle meetings of U.P.W- of Presbyterian church are Wednesday, Feb. 3. Circle A, hostess, Mrs. Wayne Duean; devotions, Ruth Hodgson; Bible study, Mrs. Robert Angus. Circle B, hostess, Mrs. James Fries; devotions, Mrs. P. J. McGuire; Bible study, Neoma Junkermeier. Circle C, hostess, Mrs. W, W, Boettcher; devotions, Mrs. Bernard Gifford; Bible study, Mrs. Earl Shipler. Theodore Jacobson will move to his home in the south part of town, recently vacated by the Gordon Rappels. A birthday party for Joan Gifford was held Monday, Jan. 25 at the home of Char Habeger. George Becker and a group of 30 salesmen, managers and officers of the Ashton Wholesale Service went by train from Minneapolis Friday to Spokane, J^ash. The group chartered one car and will make a tour of the warehouse and lumber mill there, returning to Minneapolis Wednesday, Regular joint meeting of American Legion and Auxiliary a,t the Legion hall Tuesday, Feb. & hostesses Dorine Pettis and Leona Lacy, Fortnightly Club will nw&et Friday, Jan. 29 at the home of Thecla Chrtslensen. Regular meeting of WSCS at flurt Methodist church on Wednesday, Feb. 3", hostesses Hazel Teeter, Leona Salisbury, Barbara Harms, Inez Graham and ielen Vogel. Devotions by Maron Westling, program by Lors aine Campftey, Kosuth County Crippled Chil* dren and Adults had a meeting at the Cunningham Cafe Wednesday. Don Downing, state field director of Des Moines was in charge. All county workers will receive material for the annual fund drive, with Mrs. Russell Patterson in charge. The Burt Library Board met Monday at the Town Hall for its regular meeting. Rev. M. C. Davies is attending Pastors school at Simpson col lege in Indianola Monday thru Thursday this week. Larry Manus attended Felco Managers school at Fort Dodge Jan. 11-12. Alvina Hasse went to Iowa City to get her sister Ruth Hasse who is recuperating from a recent auto accident. They stopped overnight at Jewell because of icy roads and were home early Saturday afternoon. Guests Sunday at the Hasse home were the Emil Hasse family of Fairmont, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Heider of Emmetsburg. In the evening the Wendell Christensen family of Wesley were guests. Sunday Donald Tietz, Mrs. R. Tietz and Wayne brought Mrs. Don Tietz and Lisa Lynne home from St. Ann hospital. Evening dinner guests at the Donald Tietz home were Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Tietz, Wayne Tietz and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tietz of Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Riebhoff were afternoon callers. Mrs. John Pullara, Tampa, Fla., came by plane to Mason City, Sunday night and Donald fleta and Mr. ana Mrl Rudyte present. Material for .. B . . t. £ . .j k , v , „ - * «•§ -— t **.*«._ J *tf la.*. Tiets ffiet het at the lifpoft. She will spend several at' the Donald Tieta home. Mf. and Mrs, Harold Andreason of Burt, purchased the titw home in northeast part of town, recently built by Rudy ftitf and sons. The Gordon Happel family have rented this house and wilt move next week, Theodore J*- cobson will move to his home where the Happels hi*e been living. . Kossuth Chapter of Crippled Children and Adults will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2? at the Cunningham Cafe. Don Downing, the State Field Direc' tor, of Des Moihes, will be preS ent. All county workers are to was enjoyed. ftMl FUfld Drive will be Mt. Mrs. Russel Patterson, chairman, w4ll preside. NfWLYWie WELCOME ••* — Neighbors and friends give i welcome to two fl«wly* we9 couples, Mr, and Mrs, iim Faltinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ron•Id Atir« ,at the fetter's home Situfdny evening, Jan. 23. the evening wis spent playing 500 at six tables, Mr. and Mrs, Vernon Faltinson won higfr wize for couple, Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Helland were low as a .couple, Mf, Carlisle Halsrud won the traveling prize. Pot luck,lunch DICKV . DAISY Save Time, Save Feed BULK WEIGHER •AJ^^I^Mlktf : ^^fl^h^HAflflM^ktf ' ^P^wH^^k^k Ww 9m^mm99M .JHHMMHv^Hw 9 ^WM^H^t f***•• £JAMftlfllUAIlfl VfAliffJ •'wffi wwfff Iffwwlrw IrffwWff ONLY Weigher mount* directly under bfal or augeiwweighi encj mea«urw from continuum fl9W • f « ft 10MN intQ truck, cart, feeding system, A$U*tiWi 29 Ik to 40 Ib, handlet ?§ bu, corn per m\n. TiiUfl Mdl " " Jisavjr |typ construction Jtfetimf ' ' Algona Flour & Feed Phillips fake PROyO 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 • Algena LIKE IP TAKE OURS THE PLEASANT WAY BV Whether your children prefer their milk straight —.with chocolate syrup — as milkshakes ... you'll like Consolidated Creamery milk. . $• ' CO-OP CKEAMZRIK .,y .«/,f, tj ,-/ A.i,- v ( i. .<'«,- ty Ruff; ? JOHN WEYDERT JOHN WEYDERT • . . - __'" - ••,'-' *'* FARM SALE As I hav« decided to quit farming, I will sell the following described property on my farm, located: From Algona— 1 mile west and % mile south of Algona on the McGregor Street road; or, l'/4 miles south of the Algone airport; or, 9 miles east and '/4 mile south of Whittemore; or, from junction U. S. 169-11 at Algona, one mile west and 1V« miles south, on— ' Thursday, Feb. 4 SALE STARTS 12:30 P.M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS MACHINERY John Deere "G" Roll-OMatic, power trol, good rubber; John Deere "A" Roll-Q-Matic, power trol, pwr. steering, good rubber; John Deere "B" Roll-0-Matic, power trol, good rubber; Set tractor chains to fit John Deere "A"; John Deere "400" cultivator with rubber gauge wheels; John Deere "490" planter with dry fertilizer attachments; John Deere wide type elevator, 54 ft. long, truck hopper and P.T.O.; John Deere rotary corn stalk cutter weights; I.H.C. 14-ft. tandem disc No. 37; I.H.C. 8 ft, binder with PTO, good; I.H.C. 4-row fertiliser spreader; 250 M.M. husker 2-row corn picker, rear elevator, good and clean; New Idea single, row corn picker, rear elevator, good shape; A-6 Case combine with motor, new rubber canvas, with wide axle; New Hume reel; 14 ft. Western land roller;. Rf.M. 4-row rotary hoe; No. 12 New Idea ma-, nure spreader; 5-section Lindsey drag steel trip bottom plow; John Deere No. 44, 2-14 in. plow on good rubber; John Deere No. 45 loader with snow and dirt bucket; No. 5 John Deere mower with quick attachments and windrower; John Deere No. 2, C.A.B.G, 200, 2-row cultivator, good; John Deere 18 ft. disc, 16 inch blades; John Deere 15 ft. spring tooth w/steel evener; John Deere 9 ft. spring tooth; John Deere endgate seeder; John Deere No, 400 4-row fertilizer sidedresser attachment, tike new; John Deere No, 894 side rake, like with new knives; John Deere No. 555, 3-14 in, evener; Model 66 New Holland baler, PTO, trin IWtnm nl«ur- Tnhn Hoaro ISIn 44 9.14 in gOOd; 14 ft, gTaUl 3Ug6r With motor; Twin- draulic weed sprayer with hand boom and drops, new pump; Bear Cat mill, 8 inch; 2^- Windpower 5-ton trailer?, 6-ply tires, good; 2—Barge Heider boxes, 6 x 12, like new; 2— London 5-ton hoists; Wood wheel wagon with flare box; Rubber tired wagon with flare box with hoist; Rubber tired wagon with triple box;-Steel running gear; New Idea trailer, good tires; Rubber tired trailer; 2 flat racks; Stubble Cleaner corn stalk rake for 3-bottom new, PTO; 2—John Deere hydraulic cylinders; plow; Cement mixer; I.H.C, motor on wheels, John Deere bale shoot for elevator: One set good shape." :•.'-•;''••• of disc carriers; One set of John Deere wheel BUILDINGS — l hip roof hog house 12 x 18; I round roof brooder house 12 x 16; I NQrtoh walk-in hog feeder, good shape; l feed house on steel running gear 5 x JO; 1 feed house 8 x 10; l hay bunk 4 x 18; 3 sheep bunks 3 x 12; l new feed bunk 4 x 14- 3 feed bunks; 1 feed bunk on skids 3x16. , 300 HEAD LIVESTOCK 279 CROSS BRED HOGS 32 — 3rd litter sows to start to farrow I5th day of Febj; 25 gilts due to farrow the 18th of Mar.; 12 ^ 2nd litter sows to farrow April 22; 100 open gilts; 10 cross-bred boars, All sows & gilts have been hand fed a balanced ration. 85 FEEDER PIQS, 40 Ibs. — 15 PEEPER PJQS, 140 Jbs. Tested also. All hogs are double vaccinated for cholera, & erysipelas by veterinary. n HIAO 0000 QUALITY OPiN W, F, HIIFIRf ON FUll FEED 4 MONTHS FEEO — 400 bales of 3rd cutting alfalfa hay in barn. 1,000 bales of 1st and 2nd cut. ting crimped alfalfa hay in barn. MISCILLANEOUS — 1 Wick cattle oiler; 1 300-gal. gas barrel with hose; 1 240-gal gas barrel with hose; I 30-gal. (HI barrel with PUmp; 3 l^gal. oil barrels; 1 Supreme battery charger -* New; 2 steel tanks; 1 §teel tank with hog waterer; 2 New 80-B2 Pride-Of* The-Farm hog waterers, 60 ga,ls.; 2 16-ft. hog troughs, also other hog troughs; l air compressor; 2 Pride-Of'The-Farm hog feeders; Numerous ehix feeders and chix waterers; 4 Paisy pressure type chix waterers; Numero us water pipes, different sizes; 16-ft. steel drag shooj; V=*500 chix gaj brooder; Automatic yard pole Ugfet; S'W-P. rgeeaditipned electrie rnatar; i woven wire stretcher; l electric fencer; 2 Jcbn Peers 5 ton jacks; go heating lajnp.s 4 reflectors, sofflS new; 2 do?. Srgal, paite; 1 ftpst $JrttJ; 1 we -^ 2 l9g chains npaeroys small chains; Grease guns, jacks, shovels, spidss 4 teeis; l$Q rods of 3-4 planter wire; 2 f^etric beach grinders; Some §994 lyjnbjsr; M|j»y fltfter items to nunjerous to men* tipn; 2 eon&inatiojj <Joors 6-10 by 32; fi scree a win4o*f &4-2S; § storm windows 54-28; 3 storm windows 48-23; 2 screen widows 4J-2J; 2 wmbination wwdows 28-40. \ £Mh -* No Property Remove 4 yntu Setted For «. Not Responsible For JOHN WEYDIRT Own«r * YUNGilf i®, I9WA IT4TI

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