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B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 28, 1972 LOADING UP FOR FREE RIDES. The Hardy Com- munity Club, through the cooperation of Santa Claus, gave treats to school children on Friday afternoon on Main Street. The Hardy Rural Fire Protection District fire truck hauled the children, in relays, on a sightseeing trip around town. Photo by Max Bixby Hardy Local News.... Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop, Mr. Thursday to spend Christmas and Mrs. Dee Swihart and with her son, Dick, and family children of Superior, and Guy at Orlando, Fla Alan Loop went to Grand Island Carolyn Jenshy is spending Sunday afternoon, Dec. 17, to her vacation with her parents, see the Christmas lights and to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby. visit Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Loop. Richard Barrett is also home Mr. and Mrs. Russell James, for the holidays. Timmy and Michael of Ottawa, Howard Beck and children Ill., are visiting Mrs. James' and Harvey Beck of Denver are a;ents, Mr. and Mrs. John visiting the men's sister, Mrs. hey. They had a dinner Bob Jensby, and family and Sunday in observance of other relatives in this area. Timmy's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Eve Littleton of Kansas Saturday dinner guests of Mr. City is also a guest in the Jermby and Mrs. R. J. Hale were Mr. home. and Mrs. Ralph Corman, Mary, We wish everyone a Happy Linda and Tom of Salida, Colo., and Prosperous New Year. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hobson, Patti and Debbi of Wichita, anfl =-= .... =:  =; ===-==.= .... Mrs. Jerry Durham and Stevn; Smah of Randall. The Durhams  recently had a fire which destroyed 500 bushels of mile and a grain dryer. It is thought the cause of the fire was a defective thermostat on the dryer. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Grummert of Ft. Collins, Colo., visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Loop Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ron Crandall and Steven of Topeka came Friday evening to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Mabel Crandall. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Mickelsen visited Mrs. Irene Nelson Monday evening. Mrs. Glenn Edwards served cake to the sixth grade children at school Thursday honoring her daughter, Becky, on her birthday anniversary. The Delka families had their Christmas dinner at the Hardy Community Hall Sat!Urlby. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Delka and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and children, Mr. and Mrs. Neff Delka and family of South Lake, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Delka and family of Guide Rock, Frank Delka and Mrs. Olive Delka, Joe and Doris d Best- wick, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Delka and Kevin of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Delka and Lynette of Grand Island, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elders and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simms and family of Bostwick, Miss Pauiette Spizey of Smith Field, Texas, and Serita Jensen. Mrs. Bill Corman attended memorial services for her aunt, Mrs. William Organ, at Edgar Tuesday. Her parents, Mr. and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Roe, Harrell and Becky Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Konovaisky, Formeso, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and children and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson and sons, Osborne, Ken., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Keeler and Lee Dawn, Washington, Kan., Karlene Konovalsky, Hoxie, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chadwick and Dabble, Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Bently Parker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tomlinson and children of Lincoln were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Hobson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson and Elaine were m Lincoln Wednesday on business. .. Friday evenin8 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter and family were Mr. and IRes. Stan Van Meter and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter and Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Meter. Mrs. Emma Stenson's Christmas weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fager, Derek and Deana of Ben- nington, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cromwell of Salina, Mrs. Tom Foster of Rutherford, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stemmn, Mike and David and Mrs. Atha Stenson. Christmas Day guests in the Merle File home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bradrtck and family, Mankato, Cammie Jo Smith of Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Billings and Mrs. Edith Billings. Mr, and Mrs. Ron Smith, Saline, called in the afternoon. ?dr. and Mrs. Don Rogers and Mrs. Truman Gunn, came home familY of Superior were hosts at with her for a few days' visit, the Van Meter family Christ- The Never Idle Club held its mas gathering Sunday. Their Christmas party at a cage in guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ruskin Tuesday evening. Chester Van Meter of Lovewell, Mr. and Mrs. V'mton Clark Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Meter, came home from Omaha Denise and Lindeey, Mr. and 7"nursday afternoon. Mr. Clark Mrs. Start Van Mater and sons, had been a patient in Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Meter, hospital for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Von Van Meter Mrs. Mae Bouray calld on and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Renken Sadie Rhoads and Pearl Myler of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Friday afternoon. Renken and family and Mr. and Mrs. Einer Martens was Mrs. Richard Bouray and sons admitted to Nuckolls County of Haven, Ken., Mr. and Mrs. Thursday afternoon for ob- Charles D, ll and family of servatian. Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby and Bob Strnad. children went to the home of Monday evening guests in the Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Jensby Gregg Birrell home were Mr. Saturday for a gift exchange, and Mrs. Darrell Birrell, Kim Mrs. Edsel Bartels came and Laurie and Airman First Saturday to get her mother, Class and Mrs. Rick Reeves of Mrs. Sadie Rhoads, and took Samson City, Fla. her to their home in Lincoln Debbie Kintigh of Pleasanton, where she will spend Christmas Ken., visited Mrs. Gregg Birrell with them. and sons Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Delka and children went to Victoria, Ken., Sunday to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sch- midtberger. They also visited Mrs, Delka's grandfather, John Sander, at Schoenchen, Kan. Donald Bucknell spent a few days with his parents,, and Mrs. Richard Bucknell. He returned to his work Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Day and children of Rdckford, Ill., brought his mother, Mrs. Martha Day, home Friday. She had been visiting her children at Rockford for a few weeks. A large crowd attended the Christmas musical program at the Community Hall Thursday evening, presented by the school. The program was well presented and well received. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jones and Jennifer left Dec. 21 for their home at Alameda, Calif., where he will resume his duties in the Navy. Mrs. Mildred Lelgh left Mr. and, Mrs. Raymond Concordia left Sunday for Aurand, Jody, Jay and Jared of California to Rmd Christmas Belleville were Monday evening with their daughter, KaTe, and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. husband, Bruce Hopld. Clarence Aurand and family. A very entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hobsnn Christmas program was I Ill I II II III III I I I II I II 'i SANTA CLAUS AND FRIENDS. The Hardy Community Club gave Santa Claus a hand last Friday afternoon by furnishing the treats for him to pass out to children. This picture shows Santa with a group of his friends In front of Jack's Cage. They are, left: Richard and Jennifer Hansen, Sandra and Lithe Persinger, Tina Diggs, Kristy Morse, Katherine Brown (back of Tina), Joe Dawn Gaston and Cindy Delka. Photo by M a x B i x by of Manhattan are spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hobson, Leon and Elaine and wiflt her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Grueber, at Ben. Webber Mrs, Paul Dahl, Mrs. Glenn Andreason and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell were coffee guests of Mrs. Clarence Behrends Wedaesday morning. Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell went to Lincoln Monday to be with her mother, Mrs. Nels Soren- sen, who had surgery in a Lincoln hospital. SatMarur;a Ross came home last y from her work in Olatha to spend Qa'tstmas with her father, Oscar Ross. Mr. and Mr,. Jim Purcell and children were guest= of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Purcell in I._sttngs Saturday I, honor of Cindy Purcell's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Dahl s mother, Lttlian Hogue, in Jewell. Christmas dinner guests of . and Mrs. Harold Bothwell were Mr. and Mrs. Don Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis of Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. David Bothwell and family of Mankato and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and family were Christmas dinner guests at the Jack Anderson home in. or. Mr. and Mr=. Paul Dahl and falily and Juauita Andreasen and Fioy of Courtland were Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Ella DOhl. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bruntz of OrJord, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson of Tulsa came Saturday to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Fredr/ck Thomas. Mrs. Merlin Farley and Marflyn of Republic were coffee guests of Mrs. Duane Kintlgh Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lea Brunt= of Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson of TUlu, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas and family of Lovewell and Mrs. Carrie Thomas, Russell and Bhm,:he were dinner gues of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Thomas Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fxlwin Rou and Harlan Rou of Colby were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold RO for Chrbtmas dhmer. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Both- well and family wee dinner tS of Mr. and Mrs. Nels nsen in Hardy Sunday and Stanton visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davtdson and Mr and Mrs. Brian Simms of Repuldic were Sunday dlnn guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond. Mrs. Anna R. Greham was a (Texistmas dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ridle of Superior. Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell called on Mrs. Jim Dybdahl at the Oscar Hansen home at Superior Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Taylor of For An Appointment With Trained Courteous Memoria I Counselors Who Can Take Care of Every Monumental Need Large or Sma II Contact Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ludwig ii Phone 627-384$ Sltlckley, Neb. Representing Pa Imers Brothers Granite Co. Holdrege, Nab. 52 Years under the lame management ii ill i uii II II I II Ill1 presented by the childrens department and the choir of the Webber Church Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Purcell and children and Howard Larsen of Superior called at the Lawrence Bothwell home Thursday evening after the church program. Debbie K/ntigh and Doug Stanton of Pleasanton, Kan., arrived at the Dunne Kintigh home to spend Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bearley of Wlnona, Kan., came Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle and children of Tulsa spent the Qwistmas weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Verlan Broyles. The Hardy Union Church. Peter D. Trucano, minister. Church school, 10:00 a.m. Mrs. Mabel Crandall, superintendent. Morning worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon "The Magi of The East." Anthem, the junior choir and ushers, Don, Lyle, Kim, Mike Delka. Tuesday, Bible study, 9:00 a.m. St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hardyt Rev. Kent Morse, pastor. Sunday, 9"45 a.m., Sunday church school; 11:00 a.m., morning worship, first Sunday Kan., Mrs. Delia Heldt and Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Warren of Lovewell. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece went to Detroit Monday, to visit a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Weber and family. Edwin Marr and Mrs. Kay Riger of Mankato went to Wakeeney, Kan., on Saturday afternoon and spent the night with relatives. They went to Davis, Okla., for Christmas with Dr. and Mrs. Gary Marr, Trent and Travis, and returned Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Rick and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Appleby and family of Formoso, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Erikson and family of Court- land and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ryan and family of McPherson gathered for a Christmas supper at the Howard Appleby home in Courtland Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jeusby and family went to Fairbury Monday afternoon to spend Christmas with Mrs. Joe Dawson and Grandma Pigg. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Havel of Wichita came to the Emmett Rothchild home Saturday and stayed over the weekend. Miss Naomi Rothchild came Thurs- day from Pawnee City, Neb., to visit until after the holidays. They were joined Saturday night for a Christmas party by Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roth- child, Doyle and Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rothchild and family of Superior, Mr. and Mrs. DennisRothchild and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crane and family, Miss Jody Marr of Smith Center, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Rothchild and Shannon, Mrs. Dale Rothchild and family of Mankato, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson of Webber and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliot of Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler had supper with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gilbert of Jamestown Saturday and visited with Mrs. Mettler's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thorpe, Banning, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensby and family of Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensby and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensby and family of Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer and family of Ruskin had a family Christmas supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensby in Superior Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler attended the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brichat at the Christian Church at Clyde, after Christmas. Kan., Friday afternoon. They Wey, 6:00 p.m,-9:00 were killed when their plane p.m., seventh and eighth grade ,Crash"th of Concordia :Tuesday night during a dense confirmation supper and class; fog. ?:00p.m. Singers of today; 8:00 p.m., senior choir. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lovewell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ford and children of Peoria, 1]l., visited Friday night with Edwin Marr. They went to Superior Saturday to visit Mrs. Ford's uncle, Paul Jones, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Jensby, Jeffrey, Ronnie and Diana were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jensby. They celebrated Ronnie's seventh birthday and in the afternoon their family Cristmas. Dick Leece was host at his home to the Leece family Christmas dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Leece, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ayers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Leece and family of Olathe, Jensby joined the Hodler families at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jensby Christmas Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hodler of Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. John Hodier of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. John Corman of Manhattan. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stratman and Stacy of Clay Center, Neb., came to the Howard Meer home for the weekend. They we_a joined by Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler. for dinner Sunday. Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sisson were Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rothchild, Miss Naomi Rothchild, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Rothchild and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Elliot of Republic. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Mettler had supper with the Victor Collins family in Concordla Sunday night. They had SS From all of us here to all of you - best wishes for a Happy New Year.* HARDY STATE BANK Member FDIC HARDY INSURANCE AGENCY Christmas breakfast with the Howard Mettlers and spent Christmas night at the Charles Collins in Concordia. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kuhn and Clay of Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zadina of Saline and Miss Karen Reynolds of Concordia were Christmas guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Reynolds, Danny and Darla. Mrs. Willard Mettler attended the VFW Christmas party in Concordia Tuesday night. Mr. Mettler visited at the Joe Collins home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diamond, Rick and Becky and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Diamond and Gregory had Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Diamond and Richard in Mankato Monday ..... Mr. and Mrs. Willard'Mettler had supper with Mr. and Mrs.' Virgil Crumb at Jamestown Friday. Sunday dinner guests at e Dallas Diamond home in Webber were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davidson and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Davidson of Nelson, Tim Sweet, Russell Lange of Manhattan, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Simms and Andrea of Republic and Greg Diamond of Lindsr. Valley View Mr. and .Mrs. Fred 8heesley of Hays, Kan., came Saturday for a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 'lipton, and Debra. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Underkofler of Beloit and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tipton Steve Frum and family of Millard and Mr. and Mrs. Don Webber and family of Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kleckner entertained Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece and Bernie and Mrs. Mamie Kleckner at a cafe dinner Sunday in Superior. They visited in the Kleckner home in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller d Nelson had Christmas dinn with Ruth and Walden Rath Mr. and Mrs. Myron and Mark and their guests, and Mrs. Larry Kendall Kristen and Mr. and Mrs. Kuhlmann, enjoyed a get gether with relatives at the Switzer home in Super Callers Christmas morning on Sunday. Mrs. Ella Summers were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kuhlmann of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Manhattan. of Los Angeles, Calif., Mr. Those having breakfast and Mrs. Max Crispin and Mr. Mrs. Maynard Crispin dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jason were Friday Rathbun Christma.s Day were Mr. and ,Mrs. J. M. Andersen, supper guests of Mr. and Mr. and 'Mrs. Dix Hansen and Dale Crispin. family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Crispin, Mason and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anna Graham of Superi Mrs. Tom Rathbun and Heidi and Tim Sweet were Christ.mall and Ruth and Walden Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Keith MeKeown and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeown were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bergen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leece dinner guests in the Ds Crispin home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKeo were guests Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Langer. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Heitm Diane and Kenneth attended the funeral of Christmas dinner guests on Lawrence Kleckner in Broken Vernon Grauerholz home Bow, Neb. Friday. Byron. 'Denny Reed of Sioux Falls, Callers Sunday evening S.D., l4r. and Mrs. Marvin the Dale Crispin home were Mr, Ross, Tim and John of Colby and Mrs. Don Graham of and Mr. and Mrs. C.eph Wilde of and Mrs. Anna Graham Superior were guests Sunday of Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Reed. Mrs. Ella Summers visited Sunday in the Jim Healey home. In the evening she attended the Christmas program at the Union Church. Mrs. Martha Byron was a Sunday guests at the Erich Heitm home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mc visited Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Keith the Don Hurd home in McKeown, Dan, Dwayne, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Re Lynette and Susan were guests and Denny had Christmas Day of Mr. and Mrs. dinner with Mr. and Mrs. C David Demaray of Burr Oak. Wilde in Superior. Those spending Christmas at and Micheal of Guide Rock the MyronIntermillhomewere [- . 11 joined them Christmas Day. Mrs. Sadie Interrnill of Jewell [ I Bernie Leece of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Le(InP visited his parents, Mr. and Kuhlmann and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Leece, from Larry Kendall and Kristin of Fresh! FidaY evening until MndaY Mardlattan" JItoi*P, evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gardner Weekend guests at the Marvin and Scott of Cheyenne, Wyo., ! Webber home were Terry were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Superior, Neb. 689 Richard of Glasco, Olvina Arnold Heitman and family Webber of Saline, Mr. and Mrs. Friday and Saha'day. Bondess Cooked - PUBLIC AUCTION l"BerArmmAnOgtst g Value in II " " miles IE Whol mic !lmeHalf r2d i ,2 M Chunk (Not many small items, be on time) ummt All machinery weli cared for and in good condition JANUARY ...... -'i MACHINERY  1968 John Deere 4020 propane wide front tractor with 3 point, syncro range transmission, fluid in tires, differential lock, power steering, power brakes, cylinder, 1,330 hours and ready to go. I= 1966 John Deere 3020 propane row crop tractor with 3 point, syncro range transmission, fluid !!Cmer in fires, front end weight, power steering, power brakes, rolomatic, 1,890 hours, cylinder mer and in good condition 1965JohnDeere,4footB.W. wheeldiscwith20,nchblades /""d,'" 1969 Krause 14 foot chisel plow, also set of 14 sweeps to sell extra 1963 John Deere 4 row R.G.-4 rear mounted 3 point hook cuitlvator 1969 John Deere 3 point hook 3 row hiller "hr 1961 John Deere 494 pull type planter with dry fertilizer boxes, insecticide boxes, rubber arp press wheels, markers, herbicide banding attachment and cylinder control John Deere 8 x 16 Van Brundt grain drill with press wheels and hand lift Jll I_ John Deere 4 x 14 3 point hook plow Crust Buster 24 foot mobil type spring tooth harrow with fold wings 1961 Grain ovater No. 30-100 bushel feed wagon with P.T.O., self-unloading and on rubber 1961 John Deere R wood box manure spreader on rubber John Deere 4 bar side delivery hay rake on rubber John Deere 4 section rotary hoe "--".=!= Dempster 9 hole deep furrow grain drill I. H.C. 24 foot 4 section spike tooth harrow with steel draw bar 46 foot bazooka 6 inch mobil grain auger Briggs and Stratton 6 to8 horse gas engine to sell extra i It 17 foot anhydrous mobil applicator with 110 gallon tank, new control regulator and 4 extra (I In sweeps I i 4 Wheel rubber tire wagon wlth 7 x 14 box, factory hoist and electric running gear omal 2 John Deere tractor side mounted 75 gallon tanks with brackets and pump for bending 3 section spike tooth harrow h J( 2 Wheel pull type tractor blade un Some scrap iron ,illaby I COMBINE-- TRUCK IRRIGATIO EQUIPMENT 1966control,GleanerlooksA-2 like14 footnewCOmblne with factory cab, gas engine, mile guards, hydraulic reel i]k" oIL 1956 Chevrolet 6,400 6 cylinder truck with Omaha standard hoist and giant grain box Set of giant stock racks to sell separate Complete booster pump irrigation unit with Chevrolet gas engine and 3 by 4 Berkley pump =,.- on rubber, with suction pipe and screen . IJ  2 Wheel irrigation pipe trailer i = 100 Irrigation socks for 8 inch pipe GRAIN BINS-- DRYING EQUIPMENT CORN CRIBS  CATTLE EQUIPMENT eft.IX4/ 10 x16 Frame l,250 bushel grain bin on skids 250 Gallon mobil propane tank 10 x 12 Frame 1,000 bushel grain bin on skids Metal bin grain spreader 12 x 14 Frame pony barn on skids, no floor 3 Behlen 1,500 bushel steel corn c Behlen 5 H.P. drying fan x 10 x 14 Frame corn crib with galvinized roof Behlen heat unit with automatic controls 2-16 Foot 300 bushel frame cattle feeders on creosoted skids Eaton wagon water Water hauling tank, mineral feeder, 12 foot cattle feed bunk, 2-3 x 16 Cattle feed bunks on skids, some wood panels, 3 cattle oilers, 1 new. All the above buildings are to be dismantled or removed on or before July 1, 1973. TO BE SOLD ON THIS SALE ... TRUCK CAMPER 1971 - 11 foot Mobile fraveler truck camper, fully self-contained, complete wifh fold downs and jacks. Like new. )j 2 Fender mounted clamp on mirrors for a pick up truck inspection can be made prior to the sale by contacting: n OWNERS: MR. and MRS, DUANE JOHNSON, Phone: 987-5550 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Perfect fc 4 inch 16 foot grain auger with //2 horse electric motor, 10 foot sweep auger with 1 horse 14/ncb Bo electric motor, 500 bales of twine tie prairie hay in the shed, 140 gallon pick up gas tank with rr E=tinl tokheim pump, propane filler hose, 2 rolls of slat cribbing, several sheets of galvlnized tin, where An electric fence posts and wire, some 5 and 6 foot steel posts, some hedge fence and corner posts, 3--16 foot creosoted posts, hog, barb and woven wire, pump head, V inch steel floor plate to fit a 1956 Chevrolet pick up, 100 foot 12 x 2 extension cord, 75 foot of 10 x 3 -- 220 electric cable, 2 ton truck tarp, cab houser for "B" John Deere, 3 log chains, 4 chain boomers, V2 ton chain hoist, clevis, electric compressor, some wrenches, scoop, quart oil pump, steel post driver, 2 grease guns, 25 foot extension cord, ranger battery fence charger, 6 volt baffery charger, brass faucets, wire stretcher, set of pick up guards. TE RMS: Cash Not Responsible For AccidentS Lunch By: The Republic Pioneers 4-H Club RALPH L. MOREHEAD ow..s: 0niov Auctioneer: EugeneWartng Clerk: The First National Bank Carro Belleville, Kansas Belleville, Kansa '" ' " " ' 00olde