Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1965 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1965
Page 13
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Heart drive meeting held at Lone Rock Lena R«ek — A heart fund drive meeting was held Monday at Angus Cotton's with Marcella Chapman, Mason City, from state headquarters, in charge. Mrs. Donald Mitchell, Burt, KossUth chairman, and Joyce Hayden, county school nurse, !• jWd Gotdofi Mueiief, Mil. ALGONA (law*) ADVANCE-4 lte»« l»JUfc AAiJkMM di x &• a. ft &• ,?> & • • 7 , *£• 2 ac * i .1 i AB, B: W* a * 4 . ^K .K u m JL * «• *t M NJWE MVII m.UCliei ( JM11- were fuests 6f fie Ed ---—-~'ds last weeketid and itteftded the funet ai satui-day of heir ujtcie, Wilffed Mueller, litigated. The Ofnie Behfends returned Vedttesday after 2te weeks in Riveriide, Calif., visiting their daughter, the Eugene Prints, and "-i. Behfend's sister, Mrs. Ever- were also present. Mrs. Clair Bollinger is in charge of Fenton twp., with Mrs. Robert Marlow, , Mrs, Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Arlo Raiiney Mrs. Jack Gerhardt, Mrs. Paul Voightj Mrs. Ervin Luedtkc, Mrs Kenneth Bollinger, Mrs. Geralc Radig and Willis Bollinger as helpers. Mrs. Dennis Priebe is in charge of the town of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Gene Hanson Eda Long, Mrs. Roger Long Mrs. Frank Flaig, and Mrs. Lar ry Ramus will be assistants. Iowa and Kossuth rate high in the national percentage of hear deaths. The national average is 58% of deaths are attributed to heart and Kossuth has 60% of deaths to heart. Lone Rock Lively Rockets met THURSDAY, FEt< 2$, Candidate ett Richardson, The VaUgh Cramers, Albia, Spent last week at her parents. . r ~.,v .no* ween fit her parents, ihe Ervin Wetzels, and attended the fiiheralbf her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Hartwell. There will be evening services Feb. 28 at the Presbyterian church with the young people in charge, Everyone is welcome. Come as you are meeting at Ottosen Ottosen — Ladies Rural club met Thursday for a dinner at Mrs. Earl Long's. Mrs. Mike Coyle was also a hostess. The husbands were dinner guests Mrs. Lester Wehrspann read the scripture. Roll call was to come dressed as they were when each received a call from a member earlier ,„_,,__.,, t in the morning. The three or '"•* ia ."?J-: four who had no holes or patch- appointed , es on their clothes were asked Gretchen L. Deim, daughter of Mrs. John Deim and the late Aug. Roeber services at Whittemore WHittefnori — Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church for August Roeber, 72, Who died at Turner Rest Home, Armstrong, Friday. He was born at Hanover, Germany, and came to Whittemore with his parents when 14 years old. Surviving are two sisters, Emma Roeber, here, and Mrs. Wm. Koehnecke, Hartley. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated at the service and burial was in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Pat Baumann is in Rochester going through the clinic. Dean Elbert had surgery in St. Ann hospital Monday. Mrs. Larry Twedt had the birthday club Wednesday for Bend, visited Sunday at the maternal Mrs. Elisabeth Loebach's. Bob Besch at business college Iff Sioux City, was a weekend guest of his parents, the James Besches. Rosalie Hyink and Linda Meyer, Mason City, were weekend guests of their parents. Mrs. Win. Fandel spent Friday at Floyd Conton's, Emmetsburg, While her husband' attended a meeting of the mayor's association in Spencer. Mrs. Myrtle Frost and the Mervyn Hedins, Emmetsburg went to Forest City Saturday fot the weekend at Conrad Satern's Dennis Elbert, New Hampton was a weekend guest at home. The Leroy Elberts returned Friday after a month in Califor nia, Nevada and Arizona. Sunday visitors with Mrs. Josephine Dahlhauser were the John Laubenthals, Fenton, Bob roll call. Darlehe Plathe was chosen Fun Night o^ueeh caftdi- date. Demonstrations on picture 'rames and bulletin boards were given by Kathy Plathe, Mary Ceding, Kathy Reding, Judy Kollasch and Paula Thiiges. Sandy Wagner, Jean and Joan Reding gave a talk on good grooming. Talks on hobbies were given by Mary Bcrtc and Coleen Keding. Kathy, Mary, Jean, Joan and Jane Heeling gave talks or how to paint towels. For special activity the girls painted towels. We also had a sewing meeting which was conducted by Rutn Aann Loebach. The girls are to bring patterns for what they want to make. A cooking meeting was conducted by Eleanor Thiiges and Mrs. Edwin Thiiges. The girls were told what to bring next time. Recreation was led by Paula Thiiges and Kathy Plathe. to! >- William Elifrlls, form* destroyed by fire Feb. 4th. et Granger farmer now residing in the Perry Lutheran Home for the Aged, celebrated his 101st birthday Feb. 12. Elifrits was born in Polk county and served on the Granger town council for about 15 years. FIRES — The Larry Garretson family home in Lockridge was Gaffetsohs were hot at hotftft when the fire broke out and nothing was saved. Lockridge and Fairfield fire departments arrived and worked to save the building. CLEAN RAGS WANT ID AT THE ADVANCE — oirinaay ciuu weunesuay iui John Deim, has been selected M FS Melvin Ostwald. Prizes were to represent Atkinson Hall from won by Mrs. Marcus Zumach, William Woods College, Fulton, M rs . Melvin Roeber, and Mrs. Mo. as candidate for queen at rj a i e Hanover. Mrs. Bert Seeley the Military Ball at Westminister an( i Mrs. Delbert Ostwald were College, March 13. WaechtcandPaulDaMhaus- Lunch was served by hostess Ss West Bend, and Jim Dahl R««1L lllg and mother Mrs. Art hausers. The Tony Waechters, West Bend, were Thursday vis- lllg. Patricia Lynch was appointed ei on theii"clothes were queen candidate for fun night'g ° SDeak * mece" Others at Bancroft Feb. 27. Officers SJ^\^; °££ eports on the department con- /ention they attended in Des Moines. It was decided to have a Legion birthday party, but no definite date was set. Mrs. Haug •ead an article on Americanism. are to decide on an idea for an exhibit for Algona Day. Talks were given by Joan Bernhard, Susan Lynch and Ellen Lynch. A demonstration was given by Phyllis Cherland. She also showed her personality book and gave a tour of her bedroom. Guest mother was Mrs. Sam Me- Cleish. The girls were taught how to embroider. Reporter is Susan Lynch. Mrs. E. A. Lee had a group Thursday for Mrs. Pauline McGuire's birthday. Guests included Mrs. Mary Genrich, Mrs. Rose Kraft, Mrs. Eda Long, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Maude Blanchard, Mrs. Esther Flaig and Mrs. Mary Flaig, Algona. The Jack Quinns left Saturday for California to visit their sons, Cletus, Los Angeles, and Kry- wood and Willard, Oakland. They stopped at Cedar Falls «/pr P were also asked to recite pieces. Myrtle Hewitt, Extension Home Economist will attend the meeting March 24 for a follow- up meeting on clothing and money. Mrs. Eugene Hofius prepared the lesson on Abraham Lincoln, read by Mrs. Kermit Fowler. Traveling Bingo was played. The next meeting will be March 4 at Mrs. Kermit Fowler's, and a group Of women will serve. SEW FOR VETERANS The Legion Auxiliary me Tuesday for an all day rag sew at Mrs. Mike Coyle's. Fourteen women were present for dinner and six more women came in the afternoon. Bibs, bed shoes and chair pads are being made U be sent to Veterans hospitals Mrs. LeRoy Worby gave a re port on the county meeting. Sh and Mrs. Olvin Haug also gav Mrs. Glenn Norman, Seattle, Wash., the former Enid Richards, daughter of the Ralph ilichards, is art instructor at the Evergreen high school there. Recently the Allied Arts of Seattle and the Seattle Jr. League sponsored a 'contest. Mrs. Norman had a prize winning student. She also had two students who were given honorable mention. Prize winners received cash prizes. Mrs. Norman has had many winners in art contests since she began teaching. Scott Johnson, son of the Conrad Johnsons, was seven Monday, and guests were the Donald Larsons and Ralph Jacobsons. Mr and Mrs Theodore Kloppenburg observed their 60th wedding anniversary at their home in Anita on Feb. 15th. They had two sons, Kermit of Anita and Roy who died in 1955, seven grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. guests. Mrs. Kathleen Farrell had the 7-up club Monday. The Vic Daus had guests last Sunday. Reuben Butzke, Mrs. Cleo Kautsch, Mrs. R. Butzke, Rev. Cleo Kautsch and Mrs. Edwin Greinert won prizes. Mission club met Tuesday afternoon at Russ Medin's. A Mom's Nite was held last Friday night in the Algona high chool. Preceding the game cor- ages were presented mothers jf the players who were escort- d on the floor and introduced •y their sons. The Joe H. Loebachs and Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach spent Friday and Saturday in Cedar Rapids at H. J. Englen's, and Henry Jenn's, Iowa City, visiting Mrs Emma Knecht. Ann Loebach stayed with Agnes and Mary before leaving to visit their daughter, the James Thuls. The E. A. Lees spent the weekend at Iowa City visiting their, j daughter the Raymond NeswalHs.---".""" 0 '-' '~ i ,;"~' 1 Roy Thompson, Arnold, Neb., came Monday for the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Lewie A. Wells, Elmore, and has been staying at L. A. Newbrough's. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Roy Thompson, Arnold, Neb., Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Mr. L. A. Newbrough attended the funeral of Mrs. Newbrough's sister, Mrs. Lewie A. Wells, Elmore, Wednesday. • The Ernest Jensens, Hackensack, Minn., stopped at A. A. Krueger's Saturday enrbute to West Branch to attend a funeral Monday of a brother-in-law. ' The Clifford Muellers, Stainley, Wis., were weekend guests of her sister, the Edward Blanchards, and for the funeral Saturday of his brother Wilfred Mueller, Ringsted. The Wendell Stevens, Laurens, were weekend visitors at Don Blanchard's. The Leo Ramuses went to Garner Friday for the weekend at their son, the John Ramuses They saw their new granddaugh ter Rhonda Lee, born Feb. 14 The John Ramuses have a boy Randy, The maternal grandpar ents are the LeRoy Laus, the pa ternal grandparents are the, Le Ramuses, Mrs, Wilfred Radig attended an Iowa Dist. West Lutheran Women Mission League board meeting at Carroll Monday, Mrs. Rosa Rahmstock, Lakota, came Sunday for a few days at her daughter, the Wilfred Ra- digs. The A, A. Kruegers, Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, and the Melvin Meyers, Swea City, were Sunday guests at Arnold Meyer's, Algona. The Curt Olsons were Saturday guests of his parents, the H. M. Olsons, Humboldt, They spent Sunday with her folks, the TegUmds, Clarion, • Mrs, Maude Blajicharc} gnd the Jesse Blanchards went to Ottosen Sunday for Debra SchijUj's birthday, The Sylvester Braces gttend* ed the 45th anniversary of the Walter Birrs, Ajgorui, it the Presbyterian church, Sunday, The Sylveiter Braces had as guests Sunday for her father Wro. Bath's birthdjy, the Law renc§ Rajtbs, Hirvey Rjths, Mrs Leoiiar4 Hoist and girts, Mrs Myrtle Rutledge, the r ~ Rutledges, Wank Elberts, Albert'SbiMn. Maurice Wets brods, pale Wegeners, an4 the JUST ARRIVED! Carload of CUB CADETS ;••.—— BOTH MODELS 70 & 100 ACCESSORIES INCLUDE SNOW BLOWERS OR MOWERS - 38" ft 42" itors. Mrs, Joe H. Loebach, Mrs. G. C. Loebach and Mrs. C. A. Derner returned Wednesday after several days at Arvada, Colo., at Jim Derner's, Jim Drone's and F. A. Drone's, and at Coal Creek Canyon, Colo., at Raymond Bisque's. The Bernard Bells visited Sunday with her parents, the Ernest Bluers, Rodman. The Rudolph Berninghauses, West Bend, and Theo Bierstedts were Sunday guests at Richard Bierstedt's, Rolfe. Thursday visitors with the Theo. Bierstedts were the Martin Ostwalds. joebach. The Art Kohlhaases, West 4-H club news RIVERDALE RUSTLERS I Riverdale Rustlers Unit I held their 4-H meeting Saturday. We brought pictures that we would like to hang in our room for IRVINGTON IDEALS The regular meeting of the Irvington ideals 4-H club was held at the St. Benedict hall on Feb. 20. The meeting was called to order by President Sharon iix at 2 o'clock. Roll call was answered by twelve members. Four mothers, Mrs. Leo Neppl, Mrs. Frank Jenkinson, Mrs. Art Hix, and Mrs. Don PeCoy were present. Old business was distribution of pictures by photographer Sharon Hix. Group activity was picture study. New artists were Van Gogh and Renoir. Talks were given by Jenci Rock on "Making a Bulletin Board," and Frances Jenkinson on "Form." A demonstration was given by Jan Schulz on "How to Make a Desk Set." Recreation with Mary Harig, chairman, was singing and playing a game. Lunch was served by Mrs. Hix and Mrs. PeCoy. SERVICE AT THE ADVANCE COMPLETE PRINTING Rescheduled MACHINERY to be held on our lot on Highway 10, Laurens, l®wa Monday, March 1 st '" ' •'"' •• -''"••-''• i I .p,\fffj d(l.i'M-r> l,i,, ; y.r.rto \J/ > .n.xiO i.,r,:.l h'..' <,,,* Starting at 12:30 Tractors John Deere 4010 Diesel John Deere 3010 Die*el John Deere 70 Diesel John Deere 730 Diesel John Deere 620 IHC H IHC 400 CM Ma**«y Harris 44 Specie! 2 Massty-Harris Gas Ford 860 Minneapolis-Moline U. Gas Allis-Chalmers WD 1951 John Deere A 1949 John Deere A 1948 J>hn Deere A 1946 John Deere A 1944 John Deere A John Deere B Allis-Chalmers W.C. Case 411 B John Deere No. 50 John Deere No, 70 L.P, Gas John Deere 720 Diesel 1953 John Deere 60 John Deere Model 40 Guarantee Corn Planter New Equipment John Deere 3020 Diesel New 68 Auger Wagon 8 Sections of Rotary Hoe No. 46 Loader to fit 4010 1064 John Deere Running Blower for SOX Leti Grinder Case 425 Picker Field Cultivators Chopper 11 Va-ft. John Deere 2 John Deere CC 14'/j-ft. John Deere 495 w/liquid fertilizer attachment Corn Pickers 227 Picker Oliver 2-row mtd. Picker Cutter IHC Field Chopper Brady Stalk Cutter Mowers • Windrowers Loaders 5 John Deere 7-ft. No. 5 Mowers John Deere 45 to fit 4010 John Deere 35 to fit 40 er IHC Windrower Rakes • Hay Conditioner John Deere 594 LW Rake IHC 3-bar Rake John Deere Hay Conditioner .... on Tractor over $600 50/50 parts and labor until May 1, 1965, with work to be done in Dudley Imp. Cose Model 133 Baler Balers Shop. Plows •Tfce way&e Meiers, 4«rQra NMd Printing? C.H M* AQYANC6I INTERNATIONAL* CUB CADET OUTLANDISH DEALS NOW BEING GIVEN 'W V «l V V •ww^F-w'-r-w-'""^-' Algona Implement Co. IH DIALER ; ; Commercial |t. ALGQNA : : John Deere F650, 4-14 John Deere 810, 4-16 Mtd. 2 John Deere 66, 4.14 2 — 55 John Deere, 3,14 55 John Deere, 306 2 John Deere 555, 4-14 IHC 4-14 Mtd, John Deere F-130, 406 2 IHC No. 8, 3-14 Minneapolis-Moline, 3-14 Discs 2 Minneipolis-Moline 18-ft. Discs John Deere 15-ft. Disc Durham Cultihpe Uwd Tirai Two 15.5 x 38 Two 13.6 x 38 Minneapolis-Moline Windrow- j onn Deere 45 w/hyd. bucket, 4010 rrttgs. Spreaders Massey-Harris Spreader Grinders 40X Letz PTO Peerless Roller Mill, PTO John Deere 10" Grinder Knoedler Burr Mil) PTO Bear Cat PTO Gehl 10" PTO w/hopper and auger Running Gears IHC Running Gear Twin Draulic Running Gear Miscellaneous Gehl Recutter 2 Mid West Bolster Hoists Nobel Drag Evener for drag cart 10-ft. Hume Reel 36-ft. John Deere Elevator, 4 wheel, 15" width Hog House Ford Pickup, %-ton Fiber Glass Boat, 14-ft. Cattle Feeder Hog Walk-in Self Feeder John Deere Model 71 Shelter w/40-ft. Drag John Deere 14-T Baler Combines John Deere No. 55 Self propelled, 14-ft. head John Deere No, *3 Minneapolis-Moline 88 PTO Case 65 PTO 2 Case A 6 2 Massey-Harris Minneapolis-Moline G4 3 John Deere 12A Massey-Harris Clipper PTO Hi Lo 95 with 14-ft, header Case 1000, 14-ft. header Cultivators 2 — IHC 455 4-row IHC 448 4-row Massey-Harris 4-row Minneapolis-Moline 4-row 3 John Deere 400 4-row .„ „., , ,. 3 John Deere 200 2-row AUCTIONEER'S NOTi — Dudley Implement needs the room so must clean their lot of Used Machinery. This will 0'V9 vow the opportunity to buy what you need for your firming operations. You will find some new, some good used and also wm* useful old machinery. This will be th« day you will have the opportun.ty t ? establish the pr.ce with your reliable John Deere Implement Dealer. They reserve the right to change inventory Ind si! machinery must b« meyfd off the lots by 2 weeks after sale day. Sale will Itirt promptly it 12:30 P-W- on machinery. . . . TERMS— Cash, or m§ko rrangementf with clerk. Financing available with Vs down, be!- ince 3 year*. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. V effJfe OARK UURENS, IOWA Clerk: DUD^-Y -»' »«» FARM MACHINERY AUCTION TUESDAY, MARCH 2 Starts At 9:30 A.M. Trading Every Day Our inventory of good used farm machinery is constantly changing. By Sale elate, many new items will be added, and some items listed on this bill may be sold. Tractors & Machinery Guaranteed as Marked 72 TRACTORS WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 1:30 P.M. 1_Farmall F806 Gas, TA, FH, PS, 200 hrs. l—Farmall F806 Gas, TA, Reg. D., PS, 5 hrs. l_Farmall F706 Diesel, Loaded, 20 hrs. 5—FS60 Diesels 1—F460 Gas 3—F650 Gas 2—1460 G.u Utility, loaded l—Farmall 504 Gas 4—F450 Gas 2—F450 LP Gas 1—F450 Diesel 1—Farmall 350 Gas 5—MOO Gas 1—F400 LP Gas 1—1300 Utility Gas, loaded 1—F300 Gas 1—1300 Utility Gas 3—Super MTA Gas 1—Super M Gas 1—Super M Gas, live pump 1—Super M Diesel, live pump 1—Super H Gas 4—H Farmalls, one with 9 speeds 3_Farmall M Diesels 1—VAC Case 1—Oliver 70 1—Oliver 1900, loaded 1—Super 83 Oliver Diesel 1—Case 841 Gas, Loaded 4—M Farmall Gas 1_M Farmall Gas with overdrive 1—John Deere Gas G 1—John Deere 50 with live PTO 1—Moline Z 1—Massey Harris 33 Diesel 2—Farmall B 1—330 IH Utility with backhoe 1—1958, AC D 14 1—|H 1300 U, with loader and backhoe 1— Case 210 U, with loader 1—Caterpillar D 4 with loader 1—Caterpillar D 2 with dozer COMBINES IH 303 with 13 ft. feelers, cab, used 300 acres IH 503, 13 ft. plant hume reel, feelers, cab IH 403, 13 ft. plat, cab, feelers, hume reel IH 101, 12 ft. plat. IH 151, 12 ft. Hume reel !H 101, cab., ',3 ft. plat, reel IH 101, 10 ft. plat. IH 91, 10 ft. head IH 91, 10 ft. head IH 91, 8'/ 2 ft. head IH 125 12 ft. Case SP 9 Case 800 SP, 14 ft. head, cab., hume reel, chopper Massey Harris No. 50 Clipper Massey H. Clipper 3_IH 64 2 Engine, live PTO Case 75 with PTO Case 65 with PTO 5—Case A-6 Engine AC 60 PTO A-6 Case with PTO Farmcrest SP 10 ft. IH 151 14 ft. with Hume Reel, PS CORN HEADS — 2—IH 22 fit 101 or 303 Case F-34 fit 800 IH 430 4 row fit 503 IH 23 fit 151 or 403 2—IH 25 fit 91 or 93 CORN PLANTERS IH 650 six row with fert att.; IH 650 six row; IH 450 A with fert. att.; IH 450 A with Liquid att.; 494 John Deere with fert.; 495 John Deere with fert.; 2—IH 450 with fert. att.; IH 444 with fert.; IH 444 4 row; 3—IH 440 4 row; Case 4 row pull with fert.; Moline 4 row mounted; IH C220 mtd. CORN PICKERS IH 2M HD with automatic 1 .yr. old; IH 2iv\H D with bank and blower 1 yr. old; IH 2MH D with bank and blower, 2 yrs. old.; 2—IH 2M E 2 row mounted; 2—IH 2M H 2 row mounted; 3— IH 2PR 2 row pull; Minn. Moline Univ. Harvester with shelter head; 2—New Idea A pull; 2—New Idea 6 pull; Mass»y Hsrris Self-p. 4 cylinder; John Deere No. 200; John Deere 1 row; Ford 2 row mounted; Case 2 row mounted; No. 10 IH Ccrn Shelter attachment. FIELD HARVESTERS & BLOWERS IH No. 50 with 2 row corn head; IH No. 50 with hay tnd 2 row corn head; New Holland Blower with pipe; IH No; IS^wifrT corn head; Gehl 2 row head for chopper windrowers; Moline 14 ft. pull; Moline 8 ft. pull; Massey Harris 10 ft.; IH No. 120 10 ft. PLOWS 2—|H No. 70, 4-16; 2—IH No. 311 semi-mount 3-16; IH 412, 4-16 somi-mount; IH 311, semi-mount 3-14; IH 4F 43. 4-176 mounted; Case 3-16 pull; AC 3-16 mounted; J. D. 2-14 pull. CULTIVATORS 3—461 4 row IH; 1—John Deere 4 row 2 years old; 3—M488 IH cult.; 2—IH 438 4 row; IH 463 4 row, rear mtd.; 2- IH 455 4 row; 1—M 420 4 row; 1—C254 2 row; Case 4 row front mtd. fits 830; John Deere 4 row; IH 2 row for B; 2—AC 4 row front mtd.; IH 665 6 row front mtd. GRINDERS ft MIXERS Artsway Grinder Mixer; Gehl 15 inch with auger & drop feed; Case with auger & Feeder; 2 — Knoedler Burr Mills; 3—Ward Hammer Mills; John Deere Corn Shelter, NEW MISCELLANEOUS Midwest Husky Running Gear; 1—46 ft. Meyer elev. cpt. with PTO; 2—Stan Hoist Running gears; Cherokee Back fill blade; Twin Draulic Loader; Woods Stalk Cutter; Heider 6 X 10 Box; IH No, 5 Endgate Seeder with grass att. DISC HARROWS IH 37 14 ft.; IH 15 ft.; IH 37 13 ft.; IH 46 14 ft. (new); IH 18 ft. wide type; J. Deere 15 ft. HAY TOOLS IH 46 baler PTO; Case trailer mower; IH 4 bar rake; IH 25 V mower; Moline tractor mower; IH hose mower, AUTOMOBILES 1954 Pontiac — 1951 Pontiac — 1957 Ford 2 dr, 1957 Mercury Wagon — 1952 Ford 4 dr, TRUCKS 1962 B152 International V-8; 1962 B152 IH V-8, single; 2— 1959 Chev. Dump Trucks, No. 60; 1952 Ford 14 ft. box & hoist; 1951 Ford Vz ton pickup; 1950 Ford '/? ton pickup; 1951 Ford V? ton pickup; 1947 Dodge '/? ton pickup; 195i3 VCO 225 Truck-Tractor; V549 Tractor equipped; 1957 IHC A100 pickup, 6 cyl.; 1955 R122 IHC pickup, 6 cyl. MISCELLANEOUS John Peere 48 ft. elevator; Farmers Friend 44 ft. elevator; Hieder auger box; John Beam S. P. Sprayer; Platform trailer; IH 2 wheeled tilt trailer; Schult? 4 rpw rotary hoe; Owatonna Tractor Seeder; 2—6 section drags; Noble 5 section drag. MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION PALO ALTO COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. Auctioneers — Meehan • Brown, Col. Mulder and ion Clerk — Dan Fogarty Terms available — Nothing removed until settled lor Trucks and help available for prompt delivery of your purchase

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