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PUBLIC AUCTION of BLACKSMITH SHOP & EQUIPMENT Due to ill health, I will hold a complete closing: out sale of my shop and equipment located V$> block north of the bank in Burfy Iowa, ON— Saturday, Nov. 26, 1966 Sale Time: 12:30 p.m. - SHOP EQUIPMENT - RIIBM 76,000 IJiUi QM FurniM, I yr. lid Marquttti 290 amp, Arc Wtldtr Marquitti AoQlylini B H.P. tl»otrlo Motor 3 H.P, Motor and blf Qrlndor on Stand 2 H,P, EliefrU Motor No, IB Drill Pr«M • Johnion Qai For|o Woavtr 20 Ton Prou • 160 Ib, Anvil > Houfold Univiroai No. 2 Iron Bonder with Staid and all attaohmooti > Edwardi No. 6 Shear i BOO Ib, PlaHorm Soalo > Haok Saw Outfor with Motor i Koy Way Cutler with Motor i Slmo No, 44 Sloklo Tool > Slmo No, 33 Sloklo Grinder i Tap and Dlt Sot from '/V'to I" > Fine Thread Tap ft Die Sol > Thread Gutting Machine with Diet Pipe Threader No, 30 Trip Hammer Belt-driven Grinder 14 Polishing Wheels « 2 Grinding Wheels • Small Grinder on Stand i Small Benoh Grinder • Frlforator for Welding Rods 2 Benoh Vines 2 Welding Tables > '/4 h.p. Motor • 2 Iron Stands • 3 Bolt Raoks • Lawn Mower Sharpener oj Some Belts—all sizes t) Some Old Iron • Some New Iron • 2 Stool Saw Hanoi oj Old Sale • Stool Doik •3 I0 f Ladder • Stool Potti s> Sump Pump-good shape • Double Hook-up for Bottle Oai OJ Small Oil Burner • 3 Burner Kerosene Stove • Some Welding Supplies • Leg Ohalu • Threaded Rods • Implement Jaok • Bolts, Rivets, Washers • Sickle Sootlons Many, many hand tools and Items too numerous to mention GARDEN TOOLS & EQUIP. OJ Case S.C, Traotor with Loader and SMW Buoket • Case 3 Bottom Plow • Rear-mounted Spring Tooth Harrow OJ Rear-mounted Snow Blower for Traotor OJ Toro Snow Blower OJ Tirro Garden Tiller OJ Garden Traotor with Clinton Motor aid Attachments • 22" Power Lawn Mower • Garden Cultivator • Lawn Mower This sale will be sold by the number system. So be there early & register your name and address. Usual Auction Terms—Not Responsible for Accidents—No Property Removed Until Settled For -BUSINESS PROPERTY- LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 4,5y and 6 of Block 3. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Ttiis shop is & x 50* and has a storage shed in back for iron. The lot size is 75' x 150'. Part of this shop was built new 8 years ago and the rest was remodeled. TERMS: 20% down day of sale. Balance due on or before Dec. 31, 1966. POSSESSION: Dec. 31,1966. ALVIN BAUMGARD, Owner Lyle Bensen & Clair Clark, Auctioneers Burt Savings Bank, Clerk PUBLIC AUCTION To settle the estate of the late George Rippentrop, tha following psrsonal property will be sold at Public Auction on the farm located 1 mile north and Vz mile west of Titonka, on . . Saturday, November 26th SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. LUNCH SERVED BY RUTH and ESTHER CIRCLES FARM MACHINERY 2 - TRACTORS - 2 1954 Allis Chalmers WD 45 with wide front end, power steering, new rubber. 1950. Allis Chalmers WD with new rubber. Allis Chalmers No. 66 Combine Ailii Chalmers 131V Tandem Disc, sealed bearings Allls Chalmeri 7' Mower Allj| C/halmer* 4-row Cultivator, ruboer daug* wKee|» Allls Chalmers Sub-Seller 25' Kqyker 2-wheel Elevator with motor Metal Flare Wagon Box with Hoist and rubber running gear Hydraulic Loader with Manure and Snow Bucket 1961 IHC No. 46 Baler, A-l condition John Deere wide type 46' Elevator John Deere 15' Disc John Deere 4-bar Side Rake John Deere 14' Cultivator with 2-row Tooth Drag Lindsay 4-section Flexible Drag New Idea No. 12 Spreader IHC Endgate Seeder Continental Stalk Cutter Wind Power 4-row Rotary Hoe John Deere 3-bar Side Rake Wood Flare Box with rubber running gear IHC No, 60—14-inch 3-Bollom PLOW New — Plowed only 8 acres HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Brown Davenport and Chair, like new Duncan Phyfe Table and 4 Chairs 24" Admiral Console TV Set Bedroom Suite, good Several Chests of Drawers Console Stereo, 1V» yearf old EI«cMt Health Chair Air Conditioner Portable TV Set End Tiblw Desk Maytag Washing Machine Sewing Machine Picnic Table Frigidaire Refrigerator Philco Upright Freezer, 16 foot Frigidaire Electric Range, large size Kitchen Table and Chairs Several Miscellaneous Ctyyrs Many Other Pieces Too Numerous To Mention 8-Algona (lo.) Upper Dts Mdlnts Wednetdoy, Nov. 23, 1966 JoyCees Slate Special Dinner Meeting Here The Algona JayCees will hold a dinner meeting at Charlie's Supper Club HOY. 30 for members and their wives, this will take the place of the regular meeting. Chairmen for the event «vill be Dennis Blum, Mike Ball and Bob Post. Members held a stag Nov. 9 in the club room. Chairmen were Ed Pierson, John Murphy and Charles McEldon, who was recently introduced as a new member. Other new members include Bob Cink and Bob Welsh. LeRoy Klocke, state vice president, recently presented the club with a pin, as the Algona JayCees are 100% in areas of achievement in club activities. A budget of $20 was set for a Christmas Card to Viet Nam Serviceman Project. Spark Plug and Spoke emblem lapel pins have been ordered for members who have earned such awards. President of the club is Frank King, with Walt Turchin secretary. Elect Officer* The U-Go-I-Go 4-H Club held its monthly meeting Nov. 1 with Becky Tielebein hostess at the Extension building. Installation of new officers was held: president, Marsha Winter; v-president, Diana Muller; secretary, Sue Bullock; treasurer, Becky Tielebein; historian, Sherry Buiten; reporter; Joyce Sifert; photographer, Debbie Missal; parliamentarian, Diana Muller; recreation chairman, Debbie Sewick; music, Phyllis Pentecost; health, Linda Mauser; sa-- fety, Charlotte Lemkee; spec, act. chairman, Diana Winter. A new member was installed, Marlene Golwitzer. Plans for Xmas party got underway. Guests were Mrs. Sifert, Mrs. Golwitzer, Mrs. Muller, Mrs. Hauser, Mrs. Lupkes, Mrs. Lemkee, Mrs. Sewick, Mrs. Missal, Mrs. Winter, and Mrs. Buiten. Leaders for 1967 are Mrs. Lemkee organization leader, Mrs. Lupkes clothing leader, Mrs. Hauser food & nutrition. Mrs, Button program lesdder. • Algona AOK ' Algona A. 0. K. held their meeting at the Extension office Nov. 12. Hostesses were Mrs. Farrell and Mrs. Prothman. Guests were Mrs. Clapsaddle, Mrs. Nash, Mrs. Thuente, Mrs. Detrick, Mrs. Arend and Mrs. Studer. Installation of officers and initiation of new members was held. New members include Cathy Cooper, Cathy Lucey, Dana Clapsaddle, Debbie Arend, Diane Studer, Patty Detrick, Kim Thuente, Kim Hensley, Lynn Holtzbauer, Mary Morz, Connie Nash and Jean Prothman. An illustrated talk was given by Dorothy Frideres and Jennifer LJmbaugh.' A talk was also given by Judy Taphorn. MILKING EQUIPMENT Vdrge milking machine.SPll, with 2 stainless steel buckets Pipeline for 12 cows DeLaval hot water heater AUCTIONEERS NOTE - This is an exceptionally good line of machinery and furni- ture, and a lot of good tools. FARM EQUIPMENT Overhead Wagon Hoist 300 jit I Ion Gas Barrel, Stand and Hose Hog Fountain 2 — 60 bushel Self Feeders Electric Fence, 1 year old Air Compressor Tractor Wheel Weights Tractbr Chains 26 foot Extension Ladder Hydraulic Cylinder Rubber Tire Wheel Barrow, like new 20 bundles new Steel Posts GEORGE RIPPENTROP ESTATE JOHN and RAY RIPPENTROP, Administrators PoVRIES BROS, and JOHN BEENKE-N, Auctioneers TITONKA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk 9:30 a.m. MORNING SALE, HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS 4* I hat* decided to auit nilkUg. I will eell ay Holiteini tnd Milking Equiiatnt on the fana located 6 milea eaat and U milea south of B JJ- croft* 8* mile* aouth of Ukotaj or 3k «>il«» *••* *»* l * north °* Ti ** BK * °" r 1 st This herd is calfhood vaccinated and now .clean. TB and Bangs tested with individual health papers. Auctioneer's Note These are real fancy heifers add the cows show a lot of production. 5 BABY HEIFER CALVES 9 BABY BULL CALVES 28 - SPftZNGIWQ HEIFERS,. 28 These heifer*weigh from 1200 to 1400 Ibs* They were turned with a purebred built Black Angus* on Miroh 5* and are showing up good new* . . . DAIRY EQUIPMENT . . . Surge S.P. 11 milking machine* 4 yra* old; 1| in* pipeline for 30 cowsj two medium Surge buckets with look-on pul- saters) 1 seam Surge bucket} Master Built 8-oan side door* spray-type cooler 4 yra. old} lo-ft. new style "V" hay bunk} 52 gal* G.E. quick reoorery* elect* hot water heater* less.than year old} 20 10-gal. milk cans} 2 Ige. milk strainers} 12 Hudson drinking cups with water line} 150 ft* 3/4 io» used water papa TERMS: CASH or make arrangements with No. 822 Freth by Sale Day 3rd Calf No. 823 Fresh October 15 3rd Calf No. 828 Fresh November 14 3rd Calf No. 827 Freeh October 30 4th Calf No. 829 Freth by Sale Day 4th Calf No. 826 Fresh November 5 4th Calf No. 825 Fresh October 15 5th Calf No. 824 Fresh by Sale Day 3rd Calf No. 821 Fresh November 6 4th Calf No. 816 Fresh October 18 2nd Calf No. 817 Fresh October 20 ,, 5th Calf No. 819 Fresh November 2 3rd Calf No. 801 Fresh by Sale Day 3rd Calf No. 802 Fresh November 10 2nd Calf No. 804 Fresh October 26 3rd Calf No. 805 Fresh October 31 4th Calf No. 807 Fresh November 4 ..2ndCalf No. 809 Fresh October 18 5th Calf No. 810 Fresh October 12 2nd Calf No. 845 Fresh by Sale Day 3rd Calf No. 846 Fresh November 15 1st Calf No. 847 Fresh by Sale Day 1st Calf No. 848 Fresh by Sale Day 1st Calf your banker before the sale. CHARLEY QUINN and DUTCH LEEK, Auctioneers TITONKA SAVINGS BANK. Clerk PUBLIC AUCTION For the purpose of settling with the Otto Wichtendahl Heirs will offer for sale to the highest bidder on December 8, 1966, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. at the farm the following described real estate: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: The Southeast Fractional Quarter (SE Fr. 14) of Section Three (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa. LOCATION:. Seven miles west and five and one-half miles north of Algona, Iowa. Six and one-half miles north and three miles east of Whittemore, Iowa. Three and one-half miles South and three miles east of Fenton, Iowa. Located oh blacktop road. SOIL: Webster Silty Clay and Clarion Loam. pood drainage — good state of cultivation. IMPROVEMENTS: Nine-room house, block barn 36 x 68 x 1 5, hog house (block) 26x68, block ra g e 18x20x8, block chicken house 20x36x6, machine shed 24 x , block silo 14x30, crib and granary 24 x 30 x 8. POSSESSION: March 1, 1967. TERMS: Twenty per cent of purchase price upon execution of customary contract on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1967, upon deliver/ of deed and abstract showing merchantable title, Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. AUCTIONEER: Lloyd Berkland For further information see McMahon and Cassel, attorneys, Algona, Iowa, or Kenneth Bellinger, Fenton, Iowa, r»9~. v *f •* '