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fhe :&a6tt& tf|>p6* Pea Moittes, Algona, Iowa, Kw. 8, TITONKA CLASS OF TWENTY-SIX COURSE TitonkaJ The first add class' fin* Ished Its course Monday. Dr. Pierre Sartor was the instructor and those completing the course are: Edna Abbas, Lo.'a Ames, Anna Andrews, Esther Askte, Dorothy Brlngleson, Bdw. Callles, Minnie Oesterrelcher, M.'F. Cheevef, Inez Wolfe, Camilla Cooper, Mrs. W. L. Patterson, Maryon N.'elson, Jean Wood row Peterson, iFrenchv Mrs. Mrs. A. C. Hench, Myrtle iPlalsIer, Rosslyn Hough, Mrs. J. Douglas Smith, M?s. Harold Johnson, Zclda Keldel, Julius Teach, Mildred Krantz, Car- rfe Torgerson, Donna Ward, Mrs. Miller Nelson, Grace Daisy Wleg- ans. Jean and Gary S^eper were visitors In the C. B. EgeSdal home on Friday. • • 'I Carol Bgesdal spent several days visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton. Arnold Rlcklefs who left for the Const Guard service last Week, is In New Orleans, La., now. Raymond Rdcklefs and Dayle Brurt* Vere at Des Molnes on business Thursday and Friday. (Marjory Meyer left Friday afternoon to spend the Week end with fhylHr^Pullen arid Nell Strong at Esthervllle. Rev. Alfred Mardorf of Harmony, (Minn., has accepted the call to the Good Hope Lutheran church and wMl be installed November 8 at 2 p*-»li Rev. and Mrs. Alfred Mardorf wave One cWld. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Penning and Thelma and Mrs. Clarence Penning met PVt, Clarence Pertrtf.ng at Mason City Saturday.». Pvt. Penning is stationed at Camp Rucker. Alabama and Is home on a furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller spent Sunday with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Williams At Fort (Dodge, they^met. Ruth Sunday Miller evening '•n Des Molnes. She has a six-day vacation from her duties in Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer and Lillian were dinner guests on Sunday at the Harry Christiansen home near Vincent. AFFIDAVIT STATE OF IOWA I KOSSUTH COUNTY J ss. We, A.' A. Schipull, President, E. L. Vincent, Secretary, and H. J. Bode, Treasurer, of the Kossuth County Agricultural Association being duly sworn on oath depose and say that The said society or association, being duly incorporated under the laws of the State of Iowa, held a fair known as the Kossuth County Fair on the 22nd to 26th days of August, 1942, in the city of Algona, Iowa, and that the said fair consisted of a bona fide exhibition of live stock, together with agricultural products, farm implements, etc., as contemplated We further depose and' say that the sum of $2491.25 as shown in the financial statement attached hereto has been paid to the winning exhibitors in settlement of premiums won at the fair for the current year and that no part of this amount was paid for speed events or to secure games or amusements. We further depose and say that the attached financial statement is a full and complete statement of the receipts and expenditures for the current year and that the attached statistical data is true and corrects A. A. SCHIPULL, President. ' E. L. VINCENT, Secretary. H. J. BODE, Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of October, 1942, by A. A. Schipull, President, E. L. Vincent, Secretary, and H. J. Bode, Treasurer of the above named society or association. (SEAL) ANTON DIDRIKSEN, \oiutm> Notary Public. FINANCIAL STATEMENT . RECEIPTS Receipts outside gates - $ 3,657.06 Receipts day grandstand and quarter stretch —- 1,096.54 Receipts'night grandstand and quarter • stretch 744.75 Total ticket sales $ 5,498.35 Entry fees, speed department Concessions and privileges Advertising In premium list & program State aid (this year anticipated) Miscellaneous receipts of fair: Stall and pen rent—- 134.50 Entry fees 130.00 Exhibit space rentals , 200.00 From all other sources of fair 228.00 Total miscellaneous receipts of fair 1- OTTOSEN LADIES' RURAL CLUB HOLD MEET THURSDAY Ottosenj The Ladies' Rural clut met at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hoflus Thursday afternoon. Scrlp- ure was read by the hostess. Ten members responded to roll call. The song, "Keep the Home Fires Burring" Was sung. The lesson, 'Ch'ang Kai-Shek, was prepared 'by 'Mrs. W. Hundertmark and read by Mrs. Holts Cooper. Readers Digest was given by Mrs. Roy Telford. Red Cross flewlng was distributed. Special feature was "God BlesS America" Visitors were Mrs. Chester Akne and Shirley ,Mrs. Irvin Movick and Betty Lou, Mrs. Max Clark, Mrs. Henry (Lovlg and Barbara, Mrs. Matt Clark, Mrs. J. M. Crane and Mrs. Alf Lee. iPred Struthers was a visitor in Algona Saturday of last week. The Ottosen school closed this week for corn husldng vacation. Irvln Movick and Herman Kramer spent Sunday and Monday m Sioux City. Mrs. Frank Llest of Livermore was a (Friday dinner guest at the Roy Jacobson home, Eloise Jacobson of' Iowa City the week end with her moth her horns at Boone,Sunday after spending two weeks at the Loren Daniels home. Mr. and MM. Roy Telford and family were Sunday afternoon Visitors at the Edward Von.Bank home near West Bend. ' Donald Struthers and Richard returned ttf their taome at Ames after spending ft Week at the Watson SWuthers home. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reese, and Gerald, Mrs. Clarence Reece, Willis and Darrell Puff were Saturday night visitors at West Bend. Eugene Struthers and Richard Jacobson of Iowa' State and Iowa Universty respectively, spent the week end at their homes here. (Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf and boys attended a surprise birthday dinner at the Otto Wless home near Humboldt Sunday '.n honor of Lowell Kropf. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf and fam- My, Velma Wless were guests at a wedding supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Emll Bruellman at West Bend Sunday night. (Mr. and Mrs. Jay Miller who has been employed at the creamery for several months, moved near Mason City Sunday. Donald Cooper moved their household goods. Mrs. George Cooper, Mrs. Holiia Cooper, Mrs. Roy Telford and Mrs M.'ke Coyle of the L. R. C. attended the county convention of woman's clubs at Livermore Saturday. Mrs. E. Long, Edith and Betty of ne 996.95 260.00 1,800.00 692.50 Total receipts of fair County aid - - —? 4,000.00 Other receipts (4th July, $3636.10; Irent- als, $335.00) .—J————U-— 3,971.10 Total receipts from sources other .^ than fair _; ; ----Grand total receipts (including previous Balance) _ :— • f DISBURSEMENTS Open premiums: ' Horses, ponies and mules— 76.00 Cattle (beef and dairy) _ 460.00 Swine -- 457.00 Sheep, wool and goats '__ 106.50 Agricultural products 53.75 Fruits and vegetables •__.— 69.75 Plants and flowers 58.00 Culinary products 108.75 Textile and art dept. -. 188.50 School exhibits 96.00 Dairy products 10.00 Total open premiums 1,684.25 4-H Club Premiums: Colts , 6.00 Cattle (beef and dairy) 536.50 ,, Pigs 69.00 Lambs — "-00 Poultry 6.50 Other 4-H premiums - 178.00 Total 4-H Premiums 807.00 ' Total premiums other r 'than speed — Speed premiums ,.-_._. x Music and attractions _._ Miscellaneous expense of fair: . Advertising — 1,079,22 Printing, stationery, record blanks, Postage, express, freight and dray- age - ; - - 76.14 Administrative and office pay rolls 671.00 Gate department, pay roll —. "~ 144.00 Police and parking pay rolls 192.50 Pay rolls, all other departments..- J50.62 General and common labor during "V fair -„ 353.51' All other expense of fair 741.66 Total miscellaneous. expense of fair • Total expense of fair Indebtedness of previous years paid—Expense other than fair: Permanent improvements ---Maintenance of 'grounds and build^ ings ...,--— — ; ———-—— , Insurance - —„_„„.--,.,,. — , Interest _;L,.,..__,—.,,^-~ --?•? All other expense other than fair (4th July celebratipn) „*- Total expense other than fair," _ $ 9,459.80 7,971.10 S^JClll. bllC W CtIV CllV* TT It** »lV,i J11WV** er, Mrs. Kate Jacobson. Mrs. Will Walker of Ogden and Mrs. Ralph Richards were Fort Dodge visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem were Thursday night visitors at the E. H. Parsons home at Humboldt. Stanley Enockson spent a few days Ibst week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Rena Enockson. Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann visited with Mrs. Morgan Hogan, who recently returned from Rochester Kermeth Struthers is spending the week at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struthers. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lov!.g and Barbara were Friday night last week visitors at the Roy Jacobson home. Mrs. Hattie Daniels returned to Sheldon, Mrs. Earl Long and her daughters, Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Mrs. Hollis Cooper ere Saturday afternoon visitors at the Ralph Cooper home. The 7th and 8th grades enjoyed a picnic and a show at West Bend, Wednesday evening,; Mrs. Sadie Peterson, Miss Florence Rasmussen were sponsors. Irvln Movick took the group. The sophomores enjoyed a picnic at Fisher bridge Friday night after school. Later they attended a show at West Bend. Supt. Belken was their sponsor. Donald Cooper took the group. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley were (Sunday visMors at the J. M. Blanchard home in Lone Rock. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and baby returned with them after spending about two weeks here. SUCCESSFUL SCRAP DRIVE PUT OVER IN WESLEY AND PRAIRIE TOWNSHIPS $17,430.90 2,491.25 1,322.14 2,857.00 4,147.66 $10,818.05 254.12 1,133.89 783.43 410.01 688.50 3,250.99 6,266.82 Grand,total disbursements., balance on hand --,-- STATISTIGAI. PATA Are grounds owned by society, cpunty, or city? How many acres in the grounds?.,forty acres, Estimated value p| groun< $17,338.89 ' 91,91 (Wesley: A very successful all out scrap drive was held In Wesley and Prairie townships Tuesday. More than 100 tons of Iron and scrap were'brought In'and dumped north of the depot, where a large amount had been deposited by '.ndviduals. The weighing was done at the Farmers Co-Operative elevator and payment made at the Exchange State Bank. Business places were closed from 9 to 5 and both schools closed and all business men and school pupils took part in the drive Twenty-four trucks did the hauling and loading and unloading was done by men of both townships. Ir : ene Loebig, Carmel Lickteig and Jane Hauptman- donned overalls and assisted with the loading and unloading. .;'_ JOE HAUPTMAN CELEBRATES 77TH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Joe Hauptman Sr., was pleasantly surprised on his 77th birthday on Tuesday when- a-group of relatives invited by hl« daughter, Elizabeth, came into help him celebrate the occasion. She served bountiful duck dinner at 6:30. The guests included Mr. and Mrs Ed T Hauptman, their daughter Phyllis and Mr and Mrs. Richard Young- wf-rth of Corwlth, Mrs. Sophia Fritsch of Austin, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. JL Y. Hauptman, Mr jarrd Mrs. James Haverly and Keith, ana Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman and family. BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR ALF STUDER'S 49TH BIRTHDAY Alf Studer was honored on his 49th birthday anniversary Thursday evening 'by a party at hte home. Five hundred was played at three tables. Jack Haverly 'and Mrs. J.- P. Studer were 'prize w'.n- ners. Other guests were the Alfred Erdmans, L. L. Leases, Tom Forburgers and J. I* Studers. Mrs Studer and daughter served a dell- clous lunch. PARTY FOR JIM SILBAUOH, HOW OLD IS HE THIS YEAR? James Sllbaugh was thoroughly surprised Tuesday evening when a group of friends Invited 'by Mra, Silbaugh came to his home to spend a social evening. -Mrs. SMbaugh served an oyster supper with al the trimming. Guests were the EC Hildmahs, Tom Forburgers and J 'L. Studers. Inquire at the blacksmith shop for Jim's correct age. ^f The C. D, of A. will meet Wednesday evening, Nov. llth. Miss Isabel Kerrins of Carthage 111., visited friends here last week The D. Y, S. C. met Monday nlghi with Mrs.; Steussy. Bridge was played, Mrs. Charles Murphy and Leona Selmer of Algona attended the C D. of A. meeting Wednesday night Lawrence •. Hildman and Alvin Loebig returned Thursday from few days' business trip to Des Moines. The Study club will meet with Mrs, Chas, Kerrins Thursday. Mrs Society, Buildings, f 63,000.00. To- certificates, 6,220.23 number exWbitars, Number of exhibitors, live stPCfe Number ol popes esMWt** J|, Number p* Battle exhibited, 2W. Number^ swine, exbib ted, 284. Number ol sheep exhibited, 48, 228, , , of head of ppultry exhibited. W, ' w „„ . „ fees charged t owe Wtes: AMfc 3<te day; ffe flow) 18,000. both paid Vehicles, 26 f otad : attjwi«nSe~ at fair( charged at grandstand; Day, 38c; „, ^aid and non-paid admifsjpns, at M ._. DayTwflO! w*bj. M» „ levied tor next y«^9 t^Fty *** ; you 8ntiejP8te.Ieyy w» % t 3c. Notice of Probat? of Will State of Iowa, Kossuth County, w No. 4946 In District Court, Septem her Term, 1943. To All Whom Jt May Concern! Yo« Aw Hereby No^fled, that an instrument of writing purporting to be'the last WiU and Testament P Frank Rlebboff, deceased, d May 18, W38, having been th'fl filed, ppe»e4 and ^WfeP 1Mb 4ay of November, IW, for hearing proof pf saw at Court H&use Jn Algona, Iowa, be ipre the. District Court of said Coun for, or the Clerk of qald Court; a» at ten o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all persons tatereflta are hereby aotifted and required to. appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument sboul i^t be probated and allowed a? w for the last W41 and Testament sf said deceased, •• 4 , Pate4 »t Algous, IPW% October John Amesbury and Mrs. Vincent Daugha wMl have the lesson. Mrs. James Hilferty was called to' Des Moines Tuesday by the death of her father, A. J. Burns. Mr. Hilferty attended the funeral Thursday. Thursday 6:SO dinner guests at the Ihno Gerdes home were their louse guest, Mrs. Jess Sprout of GIRL SCOUTS AT LAKOTA HOLD MEET FOR ORGANIZING Lakota: The Girl Scouts and their new leader, Elsie Enderland, held an organization meeting In the town hall last week Tuesday evening. The girls have two groups those working for first class rating and those for second class. Betty Johnson was elected as patrol leader, Judith Schroeder as assistant and Betty Kienltz as scribe for the first class scouts. Marilyn Johnson was elected as patrol leader for the second 8 class scouts, Patricia Murray as assistant and Charlene Schroeder as scribe. After the meeting the groups were invtted to the H. H. Murray home for games and refreshments. Mrs. Clyde Sanders spent several days last week caring for her mother, Mrs. Kelly, near Swea City. •Mrs. Ray Estle and Mrs. Frank Nitz, Ledyard, were visitors at tne Henry Mitchells Thursday afternoon. W. E. Ley, H. Bert Ley, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. iLey and Irv.'.n- Altlzer drove to Des Molnes last week Tuesday on a business mission. The Charles Eggerths spent last week Saturday at Renwick visiting parents. His mother has been ill for several months with heart* trouble. Mrs. William Baumann, who recently underwent a major operation at the Buffalo Center hospital, is now convalescing at her home north of town. iLola Schroeder, who recently left for a visit with Mrs. Kenneth Hoff- manr, the .former Janice Inlay, Is employed in a Woolworth store '-n St. Johnsbury, Vermont. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson and daughters, Janice and Jeanne, Vincent and 'Mrs. F. O. Torino, Algona, spent last week Wednesday visaing the J. H. Warburtons. Lester, son of Lars Reisem, northeast of town, spent a few days last week with' his father and his fr!«nds. He is now on a new battleship and had a 6-day leave and expects to go to the fighting zone when he gets back. Arlis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland, enjoyed a birthday party last week Monday evening and had as guests for the celebration her senior class and Mesdames E. L. Grabau and Russell Carter. Arlis is 17. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger of Titonka Legion Hold* Farewell for Officer IHtonka: The American Legion and Auxiliary members had a fare- Well party Friday evening at the Legion hall honoring their past commander, Amos Borraeker and his wife, Rose Bonacker, past president of the Auxiliary. They were given a gift of $5 in defense stamps as a remembrance. Mr. and Mrs. Bonacker are leaving November 12 for Aurora, Oregon, to make their honie. They have lived here - the past 12 years. They formerly lived !n Oregon four years. Their son, Beryl, has been working in one of the shipyards at Portland, Oregon, since June, and their other children, Judith and Danny will go with Mrs. Bonacker on the train and Marlln and Gerald will go with Mr. Bonacker Mi the car. They will have a public sale, on November 10th, of machinery. their livestock and Wesley Girl Weds Britt Soldier in Texas Wesley: A wedding of Interest to Wesley residents took place Saturday, October 17th at Camp Swift, Texas, when Rosemary, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J Seller, was united in marrSage to Dale Swaney, son of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Swaney of Britt. The ceremony took place at 8 a. m. m the chapel at the camp. Robert Gillis and Angellne Lambrecht attended the couple. j ' The bride was attired in a blue gabardine suit wtth matching hftt and the groom wore his army uniform. Following the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman, for whom the bride had been working, gave a dinner for the -bridal party. 'The newlyweds had a three-day honeymoon at Austin, Texas, and they will live near Camp Swf.ft. Rosemary graduated from the Wesley hdgh school In 1938 and Dale Is a graduate of the Britt High school In the class of 1937. Home Project Meeting At Olaf Funnemark's, Wesley, Wednesday Wesley: A home project follow- up meeting will be held at the Olaf Fuhnemark home Wednesday, November 4th. Anyone interested is invtted to attend as there will pro bably be fewer district meetings this year. The following articles will be needed by each lady attending: needle, thread, pins, crochet hook paper and pencil, to loosely woven wool pieces, one 6x6 and one 3t! inches, two prMit pieces 6x6 and 3x3 and a ruler. The lesson is on remaking and conservation of clothing. Liveri|*ore Girl Wed* (Livermor*: Mrs. Mary ttended! the mafrlag;* of .It** daughter, Celestine, to Vincent t»at» rlok at Corpus Chr'atl , chuhsli 111 Fort Dodge last Saturday m6ft»ih& Monsignor Davern perfPrnuSd U»6 ceremony. After the marriage 4 breakfast was given to 24 relative* at the Wahkonsa hotel. Relative* from here who attended the wed* ding were Mrs. Mae Murphy ana daughter, Mrs. Marie Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Hanifan and daughter, Anna. COULD YOU USE $100? Bet you can think of n»ny use« for It! WeU, you «*i |eti $M- $100-$2flO or more In EMMEUI-. ATE CASH thwrogh us. Money to pay store WIte. doctor bffl», insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed. livestock —easy monthly payments— speMal plan for farmers. • _ SERVICE STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL L. S. Bohannoit Phone 103 Algonm, la. Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins. Mrs. Frank Loebig returned to her home at Lismore, Minn., on Tuesday following a few days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Ed Loebig and 'family and with other relatives. Karl War,d returned to Camp Barkley, Texas, Thursday. During tils furlough here he was married to Mrs. Lena Ross at Bethany, Mo. on Saturday, Oct. 24th. She has gone to Iowa Falls, where she is employed. Paul Flaherty left Monday for Clinton, 111., called by the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. Jim Flaherty, former Wesley resident. Paul's sister, Mrs. George Rinehardt of Nevada, Iowa, accompanied him/ •Mrs!' Art Nuehring came Thursday evening for a several week's vis!* at her parental, George Ward home. Mr. and Mrs. Nuehring have been ih Kansas City the past several months where he is employed In an airplane factory. The second of a series of first aid classes will begin Wednesday evening, November 4th, at 7:30 In. the Exchange State Bank basement. Lola Scuffham will give the instructions. Books for the course will be sold at the first meeting. A puBUc card party will 'be held Sunday night, Nov. 8th, in the Catholic parish hall sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America. There was a large attendance at the C. D. of A. meeting Wednesday night. Games were played. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanig received word, that their son, Vincent, has been promoted to corporal. He was Inducted Into the U. S. Army Sept. 22. He is at Camp Roberta, Calif. His wife left last week for Oalifounia to be with her husband. \ . Mrs. Ed Hildman entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Frank Blelch was a guest. Mrs. J, L. Haverly received high score prize and Mrs. Tom Forburger received travel prize. Mrs. Alf Stua- er will be hostess to the club on Thursday, Noy. 19th. Six new members will be initiated Into the local Rebekah lodge on Friday evening. The Algona team will conduct the Initiation. Candi dates are Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carlson, Charles Pierce, Will Martinek and the Yanser brothers. Refreshments will he served. Mr, and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes went to St. Paul Saturday to spend the week end with their daughter, Lavon, a student at the U/iiversity of Minnesota Their house guest, Mra, Uess Sprout, an aunt of Mrs* Gerdes, returned to her home at Minneapolis with the Gerdes. , Mrs. Joe Meurer entertained her bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs, panels Hauptman and Mrs. Arto. Dawson were guests. Mrs. J, M, Kunz won high score and Mrs. H. H- flan*? Lakota and daughter, Mrs. Edward Knoner, Ledyard, drove to Paton, Iowa, where they visited another daughter and family, the Coonie Rolfsemas. A son. Gene, of the Roelfsemas was in- the junior school play Thursday evening which they also attended. With the October 29th issue, the Lakota Record hap been suspended for the duration of the war. Ed - tor Inlay has not definitely decided what he will do tout has severa prospects in view. The family wil 1 continue to reside here for the present at least. So Lakota is again without a local newspaper. Mrs. Hilmer Hanson, Lakota, to Go West Lakota: Mrs. Hilmer Hanson was honoree at several events last week one being a farewell party at the Lutheran church parlors Saturday evening at which time she was given a purse of $30 and one as honor guest of the bridge club at Mrs H. H. Murrays last week Tuesdaj evening when she was presented with another purse, had the misfortune Mrs. Hanson to have he: furniture, etc. all destroyed in thi fire of October 18th. Mrs. Hanson lived above the Schutter furnl ture store and managed the busi ness. She expects to leave in thi near future for Washington stat where her husband is employed in a defense plant. Mrs. Lon Gouge entertained her 600 cjub Thursday afternoon. Mrs Gale StockweU of Algona, Mra Fred Carr, Hutchins and Mrs. Ed mund Otis were guests. Mrs. Nor bert Hilbert.won high score prize Mrs. Otis low score prize and Mrs Clarence Nelson travel. Mrs. Hil fcert will be hostess to the ladies on Thursday, November 12th. FARM AUCTION I'm going to the army and am selling livestock and equipment at a public auction 1 mile north and 1% miles west of LuVerne, 5V 2 miles east of St. Joe bridge. Monday, November 9 1:00 o'clock sharp 18 Head of Cattle 18 8 milk cows. Some fresh and some fo be fresh early in spring. 9 head of calves—Shorthorns and Herefords. 1 Hereford bull. 4 Head of Good Horses 4 1 Bay team, 4 and 5 years old, weight about 3600 Ibs. 1 Bay team, 9 and 10 years old, weight about 3500 Ibs. 28 Feeding Hogs 28 Vaccinated Barred Rock Chickens MACHINERY John Deere tractor, '36 Model B. Two-row cultivator for John Deere tractor. One 2-12" plow, nearly new. John Deere elevator, nearly new and 48 ft. hoist. John iDeere speed jack, 1 horse poWer. John Deepe single row No. 10 corn picker. John Deere 8 n. grain binder. 1 New International manure spreader. International corn planter with horse and : tractor hitch. Minnesota six foot mower, nearly new. Letz 8" and 10" burr grinder with elevator. I. H. C. 10 ft disk Hoosier endgate seeder. Light 4-section drag. Two single row cultivators. 1 bob sled. Wagon with triple box. Four wheeled trailer with box, good tires. Hayrack wtth low wheel- >• ed iron running gear. 1 Hayrake. 1 Four barrel steel tank with hog waterer. One 1-hole corn sheller. Seed corn grader. Fanning mill. 1 set Boyd breeching harness. 1 set Breeching harness. 4 leather horse, collars. 1 Swill cart. South Bend cook stove, nearly new. (Other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Nothing to be removed until settled for. Charles Hanselman Jr. Herman Brummond,'Auctioneer LuVerne Fanners St. Bank, Clerk, Aa/d'a//'efay:.. tfa/t Stglr way? . . spore prize, Mrs. Raney wUl be hostess to the club Thursday, November t?th. • Word was received here by Emma. jStttder that a baby boy was recently to Mr. and Mr*, Ray mend Studsr «* Camper, Wyoming. They now have a family of four hoys and four girls. Raymond, 4. eon. of My. and Mrs. Ed Studer, clerke4 is the Pd Kuna store here yews ago, He<»ow operates an Implement shop. Tfoe Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Wednesday, November 4th. 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