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inn F.T.A. TO SUI AND SCI : Members of ,the Mid-Prv.irie Chapter of the Future Teach- pr~ of America Craveled .to the Ur~versity of Iowa at Iowa City and State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls recently for Prospective Teachers Day. The group ~i~at went ,to Io~a City included Pat Kempf, John ~Ir~os, Bonnie Phil~lips and C~I~ Hershberger. The day Was sper~t in sessions designed to g.lve a better view of the role of a teacher ~oday. The group also heard .the Otd Gold Singers. Thee attending Cedar F~II~ were: Jar~et Kos, Marcia. SWain, Jim Cuddeback, Rob- err Huber, Steve Kelley, Gary HOLIDAY HUNTING KOS, Boni Y~ler, Bey Kin- LOOKS GOOD singer, Barb :Mc~luml~rY, Nancy Hofer, Ray Dana Walker, I~athy Bauer, Bury Schaefer, Jeanie Rueg- segger, JGante Mfl,ler, Nancy Slemmor~s :an.d Pare Norman. The group toured the campus and visited ~2ie class rooms after a morning gener- al session was held. Most of us like a little age on our bourbon, hams and furni~ture but prefer a little freshness in our horses, g&rls, and woods groceries. ~ The News Outlook, Owlngs~lle, Ken.tucky. CLOSING OUT SALE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27 See last weeks paper for complete listing. In addition there will also be some walnut lumber and a picnic table. ~," '~A .... FRVrOWN ! To l~te afternoon hunting hoW- ever. Quail hunters should als0 be experAencing an Ul~w~ng in hun~ting success. This, the Commission says, ~ because quail are ~nf~uenced by ~he same weather tha,t effects phea~'ts. Hun, ter~ were urged by theI Conservation C~mm.t~tan ~o: be espec:ia~ly mimlfu~ of their i relational~Lps with the farm err on whose land' ,they might wi~h ,to huat. It was palr~ted out .tha.t respect for ,the farm- er's wishes of, ten build ~rle~d- sh!l~ .tha~ help the-burster achieve shccea~ a~ mu~l~ as any Of ~ hunting sl~il~ do. T h e btfl,lheaded ln~v~dUal who has a r~Iscone~ptlon a~ to 'his h unt2ng rl~,t~* de- ceives himself aid spoils the future for other hurters. Pheasant on the bable and a variety of game in the hunting bag is the oulook for many Iowa bursters this Thanks~iv'mg weekend, ,the State Conservation Cumms- sion said ,today. The Conserwation Commis- sion report said tha,t ,the birds had been pushed south by continual surges of cold ~ir from Canada. As long as ~ovca temperatures continue to recover from each cold front, .the birds wR1 be Bke] to remai,n in the areas where they are currently maa~ed. Gaudy 'Mr. Ring.necR,' Iowas prized upland game bird, ks a.l~ being effected by the winter like weather, a Game S e c t i o n spokesman said. Pheasants are abonding there more sol,it~ry t~al~i,ts and are seeking shelter in 1 a ~" g e r bunches. Thus, the hunter's work :~ ~ikely ,to be reduced to seeking out prom 't~ing cov- er areas du~tng mid - day Ma~ in all his, fl~uwted in. vinclbfl~.ty al~ay~ bears the bRaVest burden, feel~ the sharpest lash, and harbors the deepest ht~rt.~Fa~vlbau~t County (Minn.) Register. By Ml's. Roland Maxwell Mrs. Frank Fry was a Fri- day evening c~ler at the Er- na Eimen home, Ralph Cox wa~ a Saturday evening caller at Erna Etmens. Sunday Mr. ,and M~s. Marvin Etmen and Larry ~ were guests at the Everett Cox home. Mrs. Frank Fry was a Sun- cl~y ~er guest ~t the Vic- tor Hess home. su~ay even~ ~r. and Mrs. Vic,tor Hes~ were vi~i, tm~ ~t the Cleo Yoder home, al~o ~3everly and Debra. Mr. a~d Mrs. Omar Mll4er ~nd Elva and Mr. and Mrs. Enos Ir~auffnmn ~ere Sunday ~nne~ guess ~t the Frank Yoder home. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Stutz- ntsn and Ad~ moved ~bo ~he~r !.new home in Fry~wn Satur- ! d~,y. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Miller wer~t to II~Inols Saturday. The ThesPla~s of Mid- Pr92rie w~ll. present a four- act comedy at 8 p.m: on No- vember 29 and 30: 'The Acimlra,ble Crlahton' plot ,evolves around the hOt, Re- hold of an English aristocrat and his bu.tler (Crichton). Their views on equallty ,are expressed early in ~he play and we h~ter see how n~ture takes care of the questim~. Th play will be presented at the Mld-Pralrie high school. PEANi DAY SAT., DEC. 4 SNMR ttDW. CO. plow; 2-bottom Ford mounted plow; Case 4- bar side delivery rake; Model H John Deere tractor manure spreader; 24-foot Kewanee harrow; John Deere mower with 3-pt. hookup; John Deere endgate seeder; John Deere 246 planter with 3-pt. hitch; Dearborn 2-row mtd. cultivator; stalk cutter; Dearborn mounted rotary hoe; rubber t~re wagon with 6x12 barge steel box with springs; rubber tire wagon~ with 5x10 barge box; steel wagon with narrow box; 14-ft. cultipacker; 60 A. C. combine with pick- up and s:pre~er; Woods Bros. corn picker; manure loader for Ford tractor; Ford blade and Ford scoop; No. 20 Grain-O-Vator, 3- years old; 15-m hammer mill with cutter head and traveling f'eed table. HOG EQUIPMENT 6x14 hog coop, good; 6x16 hog coop, good; two ~x12 ho~ coops, not so good; Pax 40~bushe! hog fee~er; 3 Pride of Farm 10-bu. feeders, 2 Pride of Farm 5 bu. feeders; hog troughs, steel and wood; Pig palace; 4 p~g feeders; neat lamps; bottle gas heater; 70 gallon hog fou.~ntain: 80 ~allo~ n hog fountain POULTRY EQUIPMENT 12x.20 range shelter; 3 roll-awa~ nests, 4 nests; ~eeders and waterers; chick feeders and Waterers; poultry battery; egg washer; chick- oo . , i Ephrtam Brermeman re ..... IUTT h l~ ~f~v Tnn hunting. Picked cor~ a~d Just too, .lind, isn,t it that 'turned home from "" - Inert art sore l][~l~l# ][~U]Lal~]~l~ [ bean f,ield~ are still prime money has no conscience. --I~Lt~ ~u,,~,,, ~ency nos- ........ , 1 K ns L er ~ ~" ''~# thin s best lett to me protcsstonam. areas for early morning and Ba dwin (~ a .) edg . ] " " g ......... I Mr. mui Mrs. Roland Max- ----_ ' ' ~ ~ [well enjoyed a ,turkey supper INSURANCE IS ANOTHERI V~~~V~~rV~V~~VV~~V~V~~~~~~I~t .the ,Legion ha/R a~t Well- Ol NOI|IO NIIT oat . r SKOLA INSURANCE AGENCY k m. mnnma m mm mm anne Farmers Savings Bank ~v ,~---,u=m~mm m mu m,~m,~ mm I,m nm.,~,.,, qlmasturdy red clay pot wit~, DIAL 656-2265 KALONA .,~ Vi g V ~ am am~ v ~~ v g ~~ .~ Ja totem pole embedded in the Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Group,~k.~ _ I I n I I I in I] iiiiin ~]soil to accomodate the upward ] Hartford, Connecticut ' T T -- growth of the plant ] k HE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PULIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES LOCA ED ~ ] ~ . ~L~L~S~T~R~HEASoT O~ALOTNyA, ~NMILES EAST OF CHEESE FACTORY' ; OR 12 ~ "-~ : .... ~,, :,,~ ...... _ ..... ' Tuesday, November 30 ,,IiCJ0sJno Oul STARTING 10"30 O'CLOCK " I ' II ~ I III II P -- ' ........................... 4 AS We have s l " W Ill selt li : ..... F RAIN A A o d t e farm, e w" l he fo low ng described property k ARM MACHINERY G , H Y ND STRAW .. ~ located 5 mnes northeast of Wellman on Joetown.Wellman road; or 1 t~ ,~1 Ford tractor; WD - A. C. tractor; 8-foot 500 bushel o~ts ] m!les southwest of Joetown; or 18 miles southwest of Iowa City; or 7 V ~Unham disc; 3-bottom Ferguson mounted 1400 .bales alfalfa-orchard grass mixed hay ~q miles northwest of Kalona, on 700 bales of straw ,' SATURDAY DEC 4 Loading chute; Palco; cattle salt box; 3 feed ~ ~ bunks, 12-ft. ; c~ttle hay bunk, 18-ft.; sheep , MACHINE;~cing promptly at,~ 1He:~ t bunk; straw cart; utility cart on rubber; road ........ drag; large stock tank; small stock tank; 300- ofCa tie gallon gas tank with hose and nozzle; ll0-g~l. gas barrel and smaller barrels; 60-ft. hammer 1953 John Deere G tractor 5 Holstein heifers to freshen soon mill belt; air compressor; 30-ft. extension 1948 John Deere B tractor 4 Holstein steers, wt. 900 lb. ladder; cement mixer; log chains; 11x28 tract- Ford 2000 tractor, onl.y. 350 hours, Surge milker bucket, seamless. or chains; Hotchkiss weed mower; electric in excellent condition S~rge milker bucket motors, 1 h.p., ~/2 h.p., % h.p. 2~/~ h.~.; two I.H.C, 3-14 plow ......... wheelbarrows, 1 on rubber, 1 on steel; 3 elec- John Deere ll-ft wheel disc, 3- Mi II Fa ". tric fencers; many items too numerous to ...... ,~ " see aneous _.,ulpment mentiln" UV~~K i John D ~ 490 lanter, ee p 3 hog coops,6xl~-f~ ; l~x~-0 brOOd" John Deer~ 2-row planter ez. house; 9x16 feed house; 3 Pax John Deere 2-row corn cultivator p~g feeders; Jameswa~ hog feeder; John Deere rotar~ hoe 3-ors old 70-gal. Prude of the Farm waterer; 22 good ewes to lamb l~tter :part of January; JohnDeere wagon witl~ wider box 2 round tank heaters~ cattle hay 28 Duroc-Tamworth 2nd litter sows to farrow John Deere ~a~n with flare box bunk; 2 feed bunks; de-horner; 2nd week of December; 13 beef cows, 9 Here- J~h..n n _eRreD mower creosote, pORto;, z screen porcaes; ford and 4 Black White Face, bred for June i 2 John Deere hydraulic cylinders chicken ram shelter; chicken feed- calves; 7 Black White Face heifers bred for John Deere [reel wagon- w~'th erR, waterers, ..... nests; electric brood- June calves; 15 summer calves, Black White Milder" tank er; _~nggs and Stratton. engine, Curmingham crimper, 2 yrs. old used 5 hours; loading chute; 7-can Face; 18-mo. old registered Hereford bull. For~ One Arm Bandit loader, 2 Star milk cooler; 300-gal. gas tank; SHOP TOOLS old some new fencing and fence years braces; 8-ft.x2~'~.ft. new water Drill; vise; posthole digger; cant hooks; ...... tile crumber. , ................. HOUSEHOLD- FURNITURE Led and springs; baby bed; cot; trunk; flower nds; book case; curtains; pictures; throw ~ubs; card table; wash sba~,d; end tables; reakfast set, chrome; utility cabinet; .s~p Stool; dishes; silverware; jars; bench; curtain Stretchers; Dou- Therm heater; platform i!cker; swivel rocker; 15 cu. ft. combination dspot refrigerator-freezer complete, 1-y. frostless; single bed, complete; double , complete; davenport and chair; over: fled chair; 2 rocking chairs; 9x12 rug and Pad; rug boarder; small rugs; floor lamp; clesl~ lamp; drop leaf table and 2 chairs; 3 folding chairs; Duo-Therm heater; stove board; stove pipe; 2 stands; 2 bird cages; hall tree; step stool; 2 radios; chest of drawers; magazine rack; hassock; set of dishes; salad dishes; set of water glasses; cake stand; vases; assortment of dishes; set of 6 silver- ware; paring knives; skillets; coffee pot; cast iron skillet with lid; bread box; kettles and pans; electric toaster, nearly new; assortment of dresser scarves; table cloths; curtains; window blinds; large family Bible; some books; pictures; many articles too numerous to mer~tion. CHESTER A. MILLER AND IKE YODER, AUCTIONEERS TERMS: CASH LUNCH ON GROUNDS FARMERS SAVINGS BANK, CLERK 4 NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENT LLOYD "KNEPP .......... "Ford rotary mower Ford blade tank; electric motors; pump jack; Ford plow Ford carrier power sprayer; air com.pre.ssor; Ford scoop Ford boom Bollens garden tractor w~th sickle 15-foot Western cultipacker Kewanee 40-ft. 2-wheel elevator mower, reel mower and cultivator; and other equipment and shop tools found at a closing out sale. VCagon hoist Rubber tire wagon with 26-in. bed I.H.C. oats seeder Wood wheelwagon with 26-in. bed Household Goods 41) Mollie PTO manure spreader Massey-Harris 4-bar hay rake Dinner bell; Kelvanator electric illi I.H.C. 3-bar rake refrigerator with freezer ac~ss .... top, 1 yr. old; rocking chair; beds; dresser; oak chairs; Tappan gas Grain, Hay and Straw stove; 15-gal. crock, other crocks; dry sink without back; 2 oil burn- 600 bushel oats, more or less; 225 ing stoves; some dishes, pots ~md bales of straw; 1500 bales of alfalfapans; fruit jars; other items too hay with some brome, numerous to mention. , l, i i ;- : : Chester A. Miller and Wilbur Swartzendruber, Aucts. Terms: Cash Farmers Savings Bank, Clerk Lunch on grounds by CaDgers Not Responsible for Accidents Maynard Marner, Owner