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MR. AND MRS. JOHN P. MAXHEIMER of Mount Pulaski will cele- brate their 60th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 4, 1951. Anna&apos; Stoll and John P. Maxheimer were married near Chestnut on Feb. 5, 1891. They have 5 sons, 3 daughters, 42 grandchildren, and 29 great-grandchildren. PUBLIC SALE Clmdng.out sale of my livestock and m'ming machinery, to high- ut bidder, 10 miles Southeast of Lincoln: 4 miles North emd East of Mount Pulaski, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1951 Beginning at II:00 o'clock.A.M., the following described property: 65 HEAD OF PIGS 65 60.1bs. and up 12 HEAD OF COWS AND CALVES 12 1 Holstein cow, 4-yrs., giving 5.gal.; 1 Guernsey cow, 2-yrs., giving 4-gal.; 1 Guernsey heifer coming fresh in 30 days; 1 Holstein to be .... ' six yra, and fresh in June; 1 Guernsey, to be six yrs., and fresh in .... '' June; 1 Guernsey, to be six yrs., and fresh in June; 1 Guernsey heifer, to be fresh July 18; One Holstein heifer calf 8-months old; 3 Guernsey calves, 6 and 8 months old; 1 Guernsey bull calf 8 months old, a good one. J4 HEAD OF STOCK CATTLE 14 Consisting of mixed, some Hereford and some red steers of various weights. Several roan yearling heifers. FARM MACHINERY Model A John Deere tractor; 1 New Style John Deere tractol culti- vator; 1 Oliver 2-14" Radex plow, almost new; 1 IHC 8-ft. heavy duty disc; 1 Dunham 9-ft. disc; two 2-section IHC harrows; one 1-piece roller 8-ft., good; 1 Rotary Hoe, 3 row John Deere; 1 dump rake, heavy duty, good one; power mower, 7-ft. bar, IHC; grain drill, Oliver, 18x7" with grass attachment and power-lift; John ?: Deere '999' corn planter; John Deere fertilizer distributor, 8.ft. Model A; Case corn picker with husking bed, Model 2 R; Massey- Harris "Clipper" combine, 6-ft; 1 old model Chevrolet 1-ton truck, good tires; one 40-ft. Schroeder corn elevator; one 1947 model 2-row mounted AC corn picker; 1 overhead wagon lift, good; 1 low down John Deere manure spreader; 1 John Deere hay loader, good; one John Deere endgate oat seeder; small Hammer Mill, Sears Roebuck; 1 grain blower and pipe to fit; 1 Innes pick.up for 6-ft. Clipper combine; 1 Briggs & Stratton Model Y gas engine; 2 pump jacks, oil bath and open.gear styles; 2 sets of corn planter furrow open. ers; 1 pick.up reel for Massey.Harris 6-ft. combine; fertilizer attachment for 4-row John Deere planter; 1 "Dearborn Equipment" scoop to fit Ford or Ferguson tractors; set of high wagon wheels in good condition; 1 fuel lank and filling hose, 350.gal.; one 225. gal. fuel tank, both good; several oil barrels, 50-gal.; 4 metal water tanks; 2 tank heaters; 1 large hog fountain with lamps, new; 1 farrowing crate; 7 corner.style pig brooders; 2 rubber tired wag. ons; 1 two-wheel rubber tired trailer, a good one; 3 wood hog troughs, large ones and almost new; 3 metal troughs; 3 self-feeders for hogs. DAIRY EQUIPMENT I Surge single pail milking unit; new streamlined pail; Sears, Roe. buck vacuum pump unit and pipe; 2 Economy King cream separ- atom;'two 8-gal. milk cans; 1 deep-freeze unit and compressor. POULTRY EQUIPMENT One 14'x16' brooder" house with metal roof, well insulated, could be used for farrowing house also; water fountains; poultry feeders, metal and one wood self-feeder; 6 all metal 10.hole laying nests; 2 all wood 10-hole laying nests; 2 new style Jamesway gas brood- large Jamesway oil brooder; 1 starting battery for chicks, some insulation board; large roll of electric welded wire, heavy guage for wire floors; 6 large sections of roosts, used Many other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: CASH Not responsible for accidents should tiny occur LUNCH WILL BE SERVED CLIFFORD MCAIN, owner CO L C. W. WOLPERT, Auctioneer. CLEM GARTON, Cashier JOHN WIGGERS, Clerk WEDDING PICTURE of Mr. and Mrs. John Max- heimer 60 years ago. JIMMY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Northcraft, Stockton, California. Grandson of Mrs. Celia Poffen- barger. DR. S. G. GARDo Jr. Optometrist Examination and Correction of the Eyes --SEE-- Miss Rose Gulso -or- PHONE 8-32,3 Springfield (Collect) for appointment 307 South Washington MOUNT PI.JSKI, ILLINOIS YOUR CHOICE- ^ .,w Model GRAY MAGIC ROYAL Portable Typewriter or a New SMITH CORONA, world's fastest prt. able typewr'iter, |or only $6 per month, :, WORLD'S FAST/ST PORTABLE The -ienc Friday Home, as hos by Mr! Fred 1% The the Re Mond the ho North The War I ltnson an. al r It. Ha: Mrs. 1 The Zion ] in th lvi. T] are 1. DOnal The reguh in th Jan. initia mind lows Kenn 23rd. Rel Past the COin Mon( amb Mr monl cal < Wee] In R: VAU, CHIC Va local day 1951 spon Inc., Jan. stor Per Part T eve Garr tend and. H, olc boa] Will ban, 18th