Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 7, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
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VAGB one THE POSTVILLE iramMV POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, JANUARY};i c LUANA CInb Meeting. The Happy Hour Study Club members, husbands and families were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Doerring on their 15th wedding anniversary December 29. The evening was spent playing progressive 500. Mrs. Adolph Nielson was awarded traveling prize; high prizes went to Mrs. Adolph Nielson and Ben Krambeer, and low prizes to Adolph Nielson and Mrs. Willard Kamin. At midnight a luncheon was served by the host and hostess. Gifts of crystal were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Doerring by the .guests. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Brown and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Behrens and family, Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kamin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lembke. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielson and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Radloff, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schrader and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Doerring and family. Mrs. Dowd Passes. Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Dowd, 72, lifelong resident of this community'were held last Tuesday at the Schmitz funeral home in Ossian, conducted by the Rev. Wayne Hargrave of the U. B. Evangelical church, and interment was in Pleasant View cemetery. She had passed away the Sunday before after a lingering illness. She was born May 17, 1875,'' as Celia Welsh, the daughter of John and Mary Welsh. She was married to Frank Dowd of Castalia in 1893 and they moved to the farm north of Castalia which remained her home until she passed away. Surviving are her husband, a son, Glen Dowd, of Charles City, a brother. Charles Welsh, of Seattle, Wash., and four grandchildren. Two sons passed away in infancy. St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, January 11—9:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church service. Thursday evening, Jan. 8—7:30, Annual meeting of congregation; potluck lunch and fellowship hour afterwards. CASTALIA * Ben Dale Pederson of Kimball ton spent a few days in the Wm. Doerring home during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bundrick were supper guests Saturday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz. Lyle Engelhardt of Des Moines spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt.. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Staley and son, Tommy Jo, of Calmar were Sunday supper guests in the home of ihe Wm. C. Staleys. T/4 Virginia Russell of the Presi dio. San Francisco, Calif., was Sunday evening guest in the Wil liam C. Staley and Harley Gossman homes. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lambert and sons of Mt. Vernon, So. Dak were Tuesday evening guests in the Harley Gossman and Wm. Staley homes. Miss Eleanor Doerring spent the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring, and other relatives and returned to her studies at Ames Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ohloff and family of Castalia and Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz of Postville were New Years day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz and Marshall Scott of Luana and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and family of Postville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Palas of Wautoma. Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson of Osseo, Wis., spent a few days the past week in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palas, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ellenbolt, Georgia Ann and Jerry, and Miss Donna Knapp of McGregor were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Mrs. Louise Kruse, Fred Neverman and Mr. and Mrs. , Arno Neverman homes. Eldon Knuth who is attending Purdue University at LaFayette. Ind., with his friend. Miss Pat Bormuth, and her mother, Mrs. Amy Bormuth, of La Fayette, Ind., spent several days with the former's mother, Mrs. Amanda Knuth, and other relatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fette and son, Gary Lee. Robert Neverman and Robert Fohrenkamm, all of Minneapolis, Minn., Jonard Fette of Wauseca, Minn., were weekend guests in the homes of Mrs. Louise Kruse, Fred Neverman and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Neverman and family ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Melnecke, Pastor Saturday, January 10—8:45 a. m. Confirmation instruction for juniors, Sunday, January 11—9:30 a., m. Sunday School. 10:30 a. m. Morn ing Worship. Annual congregational meeting following the morning service. The newly elected officers will be installed Sunday, Jan. 18. The Lutheran Brotherhood met in the church parlors last Monday evening. During the business meeting the*" following officers were elected: President, Everett Schultz: vice president, Eddie Meyer; secretary, Wilbur Buddenberg; treasurer, William Szabo. The dartball schedule is being resumed again after a holiday rest. The Luther League met in the church parlors last Sunday evening, The topic, "Do I Repent?" was giv en by Eugene Szabo. Newly elected officers for this year are: Presi dent, Zonna Stee; vice president Leon Everman; secretary, Johnny Svendsen; treasurer, Cloy Meyer; service secretary, Elaine Everman. EVANGELICAL V. B. CHURCH Wayne Hargrave, Minister Sunday, Jan. 11—Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Service for worship at 7:30 p. m. Pictures are to be shown at this service and we wish to have as many present as possible, that we might know whether in the future it is worth while ordering the pictures. Wednesday, Jan. 14—The regular meeting of the W. S. W. S. at the home of Mrs. Charles Schopp. Frank Reratt returned to his home in Minneapolis Friday after spending Christmas with the Harry Harvey home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe spent last weekend in the home of the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schara, and family at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer entertained supper guests on Monday: Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Hennessy and family of Atlantic and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warncke of Maynard. Robert Harvey returned to his studies at Iowa State College, Ames, Monday after spending the Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harvey, and Janet. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, Robert and Lloyd had as' their guests New Year's eve Gloria Peterson of Minneapolis, Mrs. Valder Meyer, Nanfred, Kenneth and Kelly, and Marlus Engelhardt. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo enter tained' on Ntew Years: Mr. and Mrs. Alton Odegaard and family of Waukon, Mr. D. Nagy of Oelwein; Darlene Szabo of Decorah and Mr and Mrs. Robert Szabo and son. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee and daughters entertained the following at dinner Sunday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudtson and Julie of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stee and Helmer Hegland. Mrs. Valder Meyer and Nanfred went to Oakdale Friday to visit Mr. Meyer. Mrs. Merle Stee accompanied them to Iowa City where she visited her husband, patient in the University hospital Mrs. Stee returned home Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kamp and children entertained the following guests on New Years day. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bachtell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Snitker of Waukon; Jean Kamp and Darlene Szabo of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cas ten of Postville, • Mrs. Lena Perry and Louis Kamp. Mrs. Arno Timmerman was hos tess to the M. C. A. Christmas party December 28 at her home. Mem bers present were Mrs. Blake Al bright, Mrs. Hyles Ames, Mrs. Har ry Harvey, Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt, Mrs. Elmer Hager, Mrs. Ruby Peck ham, Mrs. Oran Brandt and Jeanie, Mrs. Harold Harvey, Mrs. Valder Meyer and Kelly, Mrs. Chester Perry, Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. C. B, Schopp, Mrs. Herman Reckward and Wayne Hargrave. Present s were exchanged, after which refresh ments were served by Mrs. Tim merman, Mrs. Wayne Timmerman and Mrs. Orville Koenig.. FrankviUe Community Church Wm. Niles, Student Pastor 10:00 a. m„ Sunday School. A class for all. 11:00 a. m., Morning Worship. Sermon topic, "Daily Bread." 7:30 p. m., Holy communion and annual congregational meeting. Rev. Grossheim of Waukon will be with us for this evening meeting. Friday, 8:00 p. m., Choir practice. "Better" Used Cars 1946 Chevrolet "Fleetline Aero" 2-Ooor—Two-tone blue; radio; underseat' heater; foglights; spotlight; low mileage. '46 Chevrolet 4-Dr. Sedan—Very ; clean; black finish; priced right. '42 Bulck 4-Dr.—Radio, underseat heater, air-conditioned. Looks like new. '41 Chevrolet "Special Deluxe" Club Coupe -S -Nice grey finish. White sidewaU tires. '41 Ford Deluxe Tudor—Radio, : heater. A-1 all around. '41 Ford Deluxe Tudor—Special at *1,095.<X>. •37 Ford "85" Sedan—Low mile- ace; original black finish. Very clean. '36 Ford "85" Tudor. •33 Chevrolet Coupe—Radio sad heater. •35 Chevrolet Tudor Radio and heater. ' . JeromeH.Lenstng FE8TINA. IOWA Robert Rowland of Garnavillo was a dinner guest Friday in the Edwin Engelhardt home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Meyer were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulish at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tatro and Sue, and Mrs. Mary Tatro of Clermont spent Sunday in the Harlan Stee home. Gloria Peterson of Minneapolis visited in the Walter Brandt and Edwin Engelhardt homes over New Years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bachtell of Spokane, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Budenberg and Rodney were New Years dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Lembke and Oscar of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Baade and family of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stee, Robert Brandt and Helmer Hegland were supper guests in the Edwin Engel hardt home Tuesday. DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., JAN. ,10 Music By RHYTHM RAMBLERS COMING—SATURDAY, JAN. GUS FUHRMAN'S BAND 17 Ellerhoff's For Flowers Corsages Wedding Bouquets Anniversaries Funerals Ellerhoff's Flower Shop WAUKON, IOWA She* Phone No. 280-W Home Phone No. 196-X HONEST MAN. FRANKVILLE NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given of the formation of a corporation for pecuniary profit under Chapter 491 of the 1946 Code of Iowa, and acts amendatory thereto, to be known as FALB MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT, with principal place of business at Postville. Allamakee County, Iowa. The general nature of the business to be transacted by the corporation is to buy, own, sell, service, repair, core for, manufacture, asscm- o b vehicles of all Roy Boyd of Glenwood may be fhe chap Diogehes was hunting for. He found a diamond ring and turned it over to his local newspaper. If the loser read the notice in time, she may have gotten it back in time to help her enjoy a merrier Christmas. :ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Mr. and Mrs. Upton Peck are the parents of a son born at Decorah Hospital last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Knecskern were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Kneeskern home. The Broghammer boys returned to Dubuque Tuesday to resume their studies at Loras Aoademy. Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum. Nancy and Dale were dinner guests at the Perlie" Cook home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Monroe and family of near Ossian were Sunday visitors at the Henry Schweinefus home. Laurice, Dean and Harold Jagerson of Decorah were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. George Waters anr" family of Hampton were dinner guests at the Willard Clement home Friday. Mrs. America Barker, Warren, Thelma and Verle spent Christmas at the Everett Wallace home near Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kaufman. Mary Ann, Jacquelin and Freddie of Charles City were holiday visitors at the Fred Brouillet home. Mr. and Mrs. Perlie Cook and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Cook in Freeport Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters and sons joined other relatives for a Christmas dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz at Luana. William Niles of Dubuque University came Saturday for his weekly preaching services and was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christofferson. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walby and family, of Rock Island were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snitker in Waukon Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Koth of Luana, Mr. and Mrs,. George Brainard of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Waters of Decorah. Mrs. Harriet Letchford and Virginia of Waukon were among the many from other towns who attended the New Year's dinner at the church here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Linderbaum and Marilyn of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum and two children of Monona, Mr. and Mrs Roland Peck, LuAnn and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Perlie Cook and Duane. and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook were supper guests at the Lloyd Wolfe home Sunday evening. The Willing Workers Society will hold their first meeting of the new- year at the church on Thursday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Mrs. Perlie Cook will be serving. Mrs. Mabel Higgins will lead deyotions. All members are requested to be present in order to organize the groups and elect ; chairman. Friends are also wei come to attend the meeting. at wnoiebaiuu- . tm . used automobi to tnu.ks ana „o»iiflps of all kino*, i;'V" • nmrhiiierv. vehicles, toois. Tnd U articles pertaining toagricuitumand tires and acces- • -' --"ni build. pteaie'V otherwise Vice President; and John Falb, Jr., Secretary and Treasurer. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from the debts or liabilities of the corporation. Dated at Postville, Iowa, January 2. 194a. FALB MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT By John Fnlb, President. John Fnlb, Jr., Secretary. Joseph B. Steele, P. O. Address: Postville, Iowa Attorney for the Corporation. BAD LUCK. ments, lease ticles pertaining to agriculture, .ind supp1i« therefor and aPP^^ce thereto; to *%^*£X>X> [• incidental to the oper chicles An REA "pole pile" near the stockyards in Osceola has claimed two victims within the past week. Floyd McQuern, former sheriff, received a badly fractured arm when a pole fell on him. A week previously, eight year old Richard Bendel was killed on almost exactly the same spot. TOM OWENl — and his—. COWBOYI OF RADIO STATION tr| Sat., Jan. NEW, MODERN Marlow Milker I shall be pleased to demonstrate this modern Milker at any time. Designed with such features as 10 inches low vacuum for perfect udder safety; positive action, trouble-free pulsa- tor; automatically sealed cover; at-a-glance milk flow; the straight- through easy-cleaning claw; all stainless steel construction; equipped with natural crude rubber plus fast, clean milking. i The MARLOW is the simplest and most sanitary milker on the market today—it is 'way ahead of others, in fact. SEE OR CALL Lawrence Block LOCAL DEALER rhene 47-F-17 PortvUle, lew* in all goods, wares and merchandise necessary or incidental to the operation, repair or equipment of automobiles, trucks and motor vehicles of all kinds, farm implements, machinery, vehicles, tools, and any and all articles pertaining to agriculture: to buy, own, sell and deal in all devices and appliances of every nature, kind f and description whatsoever, including parts and supplies | pertaining thereto: to act as dealer, sales representative, agent or broker for manufacturers of automobiles, trucks and motor vehicles of all kinds, farm implements, machinery, vehicles, tools, and any and all articles pertaining to agriculture, devices, appliances, and supplies there­ for and appurtenances thereto, of every nature, kind and description whatsoever; to purchase, lease, own. improve, maintain, convey, sell, exchange and mortgage, pledge or otherwise dispose of any and all real and personal property or any interest therein necessary, useful or appropriate to enable the corporation to accomplish any or all of its purposes: and generally, to make contracts, acquire and transfer property, both real and personal, the same as natural persons enjoy. Authorized capital stock is One Hundred and Twenty Thousand Dollars ($120,000.00) common stock divided into twelve hundred shares of the par value of One Hundred Dollars (.$100,00) per share, to be issued as the Board of Directors may determine, all of which stock when issued to be paid for fully in either money or property and to be non-assessable as provided by law. The corporation to begin business January 1, 1948. the date certificate was issued by the Secretary of State, and continue for a period of twenty years therefrom, with the right of renewal as provided by law. unless sooner dissolved bv "a two-thirds vote of the stockholders at any annual meeting, or | at a special meeting called for that purpose, or by unanimous consent as provided by law. Its affairs to be conducted by a board of directors of not less than two nor more than five persons selected from among the common stockholders, with power to establish by-laws and fill vacancies, said directors to be chosen annually by the stockholders at the annual stockholders' meeting to be held on the first Monday of February of each year. The Board of Directors shall elect a President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary, and Treasurer, and anv two offices may be held by the' same person at the same time, excepting the offices of president and vice president. The said officers shall be elected by the Board of Directors from their membership each vear immediately following the election of directors by the stockholders at the annual stockholders' meeting. Until the first annual meeting in 1948. the following named persons shall be directors of this corporation: John Falb, Elgin. Iowa; W C Falb. Elgin, Iowa; G. H. Falb Elgin. Iowa; and John Falb. Jr, Postville Iowa. Until the first annual meeting in 1948. the following persons shall be officers of this corporation: John Falb, President; W. C Falb, Vice President; G. H Falb A NURSERY SERVICE THAT PLEA^ii^J THOSE WHO KNOW GARDENING BE ^S Specializing in the Most Dependable Varieties of Fruits and Evergreens for this area. A post card will bring- our "Direct To You' Cateloj W. A. BENTS NURSERIES CRESCO, IOWA Put Your Chickens on PURINA FAMILY FLOC LAYING MASH $5.65 per 100 pounds We can fill your orders for Hog and Dairy Feeds MEYER'S Four-County Hatchei Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa Public Auction As the Ole Embretson farm has been sold, and the renter is moving to a smaller place, the undersigned will hold a dispersal sale on the premises, located 3 miles west of St. Olaf, 8 miles north of Elkader, 7 miles southeast of Gunder, on good graveled road, on Tuesday, January 13 Sale to start promptly at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Lunch will be served by Ladles' Aid of the Norway Luth. Church 128 HEAD OF FINE LIVESTOCK 66 HEAD SHORTHORN CATTLE 1 Registered Shorthorn Bull; 21 Shorthorn Cows, beef type, mi'king and springers; 9 Calves; 15 Bred Heifers; 15 Steers, 600 to 700 pounds; 5 Open Heifers. 60 HEAD OF HEAVY FEEDER PIGS 2 HEAD HORSES 100 LEGHORN HENS CORN, OATS AND HAY—About 2000 bu. Corn; About 1700 bu. of Oats; 225 Bales Second Crop Alfalfa; 2800 Bales Mixed Hay; .About 25 tons of Loose Hay. COMPLETE LINE OF MACHINERY 1933 FORD V/i TON TRUCK; I. H. TRACTOR, W-30, on steel; 1. H. 2-Bottom 16-in. Little Genius Flow; I. II. 5-ft. Mower; I. H. No. 5 Separator, all electric; John Deere Manure Spreader; 2 h.p. Electric Motor; 10-in. I. H. HammermiU; 12-ft. Elevator; Bobsled; Lime Spreader Attachment for No. 4 I. II. Spreader; Steel Wheel Wagon; Triple Box; Wood Wheel Wagon; King Drag; 2 Sets of Harness; Electric Fence; Magneto for older I. H. Tractors; Buggy; Radiator for I. H. W-30 or 15-30 Tractor; Fanning Mill; 3 Cream Cans; Tractor Saw .Frame; Two 28-ln. Saw Blades; Dehorning Rack; Fort Drill; Fipe Tools; Loading Chute; 12 Steel Hog Troughs Power Rip Saw; 5 Steel Stanchions; Net Wire Stretacher; Galvanized Roofing; Steel Wheelbarrow; 90-ft. 1-in. New Hay Rope; Cast Iron Kettle; 18x24 Canvas; Lifting Jack; Feed Bunk; 3-Compartment Gas Tank; Silage Cart; Triple Gear Pump Jack; 4 Rolls Wire Corn Cribbing; 12 Cords Split Wood; 90 Oak Posts; 215 Steel Posts; 8000 feet Native & Pine Lumber, and other items. SOME FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS CHRISTEN & EMBRETSON ORVIN THOMPSON,. FARMERS STATE BANK, Auctioneer Clerk LESTER ANDERSON, Ring Man Bakkum Chiropractic Clinic 1 21 EAST MAIN STREET 10:00 to 12:00 1:00 to 5:00 OFFICE HOURS: A. M. 7:00 to 9:00 Wednesday S P. M. 7:00 to 10:00 Saturday Eves" CLOSED EVERY THURSDAY ROY G. BAKKUM, D.Qv^j Public Auctiog Having decided to quit farming I will sell at Public Awl* • the Clarence Bcrnhard farm, 1 mile east of Mononi, on the Marquette Highway, on Saturday, January I Sale beginning promptly at 12 :30 o'clock 22 HEAD OF FINE CATTLE 9 MILK COWS, consisting of Guernsey, Jersey, Hoi Brown Swiss, some milking, others to freshen soon; 7 G HEIFERS, 3 months to 20 months old; 6 JERSEY ru* months to 20 months old. ^ 200 Leghorn & Rhode Island Red Pu » cti l Hay Grain and Corn 790 Bales of Mixed Clover and Timothy Hay; 220 »tt. ' Oats; 240 bu. Ajax Oats; 300 bu. Vlcland Oats; 400 o"^ Full Line of Farming Machinery, McCormick-Dccring II Tractor, 3 yeara old, with statt *'l' power take-off, hand clutch, belt pulley, l0*wflw,,Kr!| floating seat; 2-bottom 14-in. McCormlck -Deerlng Liwe. Plow, 3 years old; 228 McCormlck -Deerlng Cultivator, Cab for H Tractor, new; CasweU Manure toito, M™'. Bulldozer and extension on scoop, new; MeCormws- Mounted Corn Planter, fertilizer and power lift attacl rods wire, new; McCormick-Deering 1-M. Corn Picker, i dition; McCormick-Dccring S-100 Manure Spreader on i years old; 8-ft. McCormick-Deering Power 14ft Grain 14-ft. 3-Section Culti-Packer with sprocket teeth, new; McCormick-Deering Iron Harrow, new; 8-ft. John De 2L| Binder, new head; McCormlck -Deerlng Web Breaking Loader, in good condition; 5-ft. McCormlck-Deerlng Mo» tongue; McOormick-Deerlng Side Rake; Hay Tedder; »»• Rubber Tired Wagon; Iron Wheel Wagon; 10 -tt. Disc; 8-ft Horse Disc; Bobsled; OU Burning Tank Heal»Box, Scoop and Bang Board; 26-ft. Grain Elevator; M»»' House; 3 Individual Hog Houses; McCormick-Deering < Corn Shelter, new; Webber Fanning Mill; Conda MllkW* "-fl stall cocks for 28 cows; OU Brooder; Z Rotary Hog Fee**"! Waterer with lamp; Modern Range; Kitchen Cabinet, oln* J DUANE LUBBERS EATON WATERS, Auct. UNION STATE BA!*1

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