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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I MIKE TIOMNY Farm Auction Sale 1 Mile Miles North of PICTURE BUTIE or 5 Miles West, Milei South of IRON SPRINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 30 1 P.M. SHARP TERMS CASH Having received instructions- from Mr. Tiomny, we wUI offer (he following by public auction. TRACTORS IHC Model M Farmqll, gai tractor, hydraulics (good 44 gas tractor, standard good Modal C tractor complete with beer equipment (good shape. COMBINE No. 27 combine with pickup. TRUCKS ton 1955 Dodge- truck with beet box 16 ton truck (motor In good shape) [No' MACHINERY Hoemft 8 ft. chisel plow with and shovel') DD 12 ft. press drill; ditcher (hydraulic, like 1-MH No. 10 baler with motor (good 1-IHC pull type swather 12'; 7 ft. mower; side delivery rake; MH 10 ft. double disc; 6 sections Diamond harrows; IHC beet harvester; 27 ft. groin loader (motor 2 years JD manure LIVESTOCK 15 bred stock cows, some with colves at foot; bull, 3 years old, MISCELLANEOUS Garden sprinkler system; 800 ft. plaslic hose; 1 pressure system for corral; 1 stock tank 85 gal.; 500 gal. gas tank (2 quantity of wire; quantity of hay and straw; cyclone fertiliser spreader; electric grindstone; electric cream separator. TOOIS Wrenches, shovels, forks, hammers, vise, grease guns, log chains, machine Many other articles too numerous 'to mention. Quantity of scrap iron; timbers ond poles. AUCTIONEERS MAMMON OSBEN AUCTION SERVICE TURIN ALBERTA DEAN OSEEN license 010386 Phone 739-2185 Turin, Alberto JERRY HAMMON License 010385 Turin, Albeita 738-4340 ALLAN EGLANO liceniu 010101 Carmangay, Alberto Phone 643-2108 RODDEN MURRAY G. MAGYAR ESTATE AUCTION SALE LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH and Vh MILES EAST OF COAlDALc, ALTA. MONDAY, MARCH 26 P.M. SHARP TERMS: CASH LUNCH SERVED DISTRICT JOE PERIICH lie. 010293 Phono 328-9772 LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA BOB BAIOG lie. 067454 Phone 047-2201 MILK RIVER ED TORSHER lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 1OW ISLAND, AIMRTA TONY PERLICH Lie. 010292 Phone 321-9872 IETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA Saturday, March 24, 1973 THE liTHMIDOl HEUAID Top golfers at Fort Macleod The Hatton Welding Team carded lowest scores in golfing at Fort Macleod last year. The Fort Macleod Golf Club recently recognized tteir ability. Receiving trophies are, from left, Pot Mharton, Jr., ten Hatton and Ralph Darcy Zimmer, a team member, was not present when the photograph was made. Pioneer Girls learn to forgive trespasses By MARY TYMBURSK1 Herald News Service COALDALE To learn to live the teachings of the Bible and to pass the Gospel of Jesus Christ's salvation on to others is what Pioneer Girls and the Boys Christian Service Brigade is all about. This was emphasized at the Having received instructions from Mr. Murray and Mr. Magyar, v wo will sell at public auction the following: TRACTORS W9 traclor, hydraulics, p.t.o.; J.D. M row crop, hydraulics, p.t.o.; I.H.C. W6; model L Caie tractor. TRUCKS AND CARS 1 1967 Mercury half 1on, custom cob, V8 engine, radio, good condition. 1950 G.M-C. 3 ton, Renn hoist, combination box and racks. Buick Super 4 door, radio, New motor. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Cabinet cupboards, Coal slaves, kerosene lamps, other household furniture. LOADERS Bale elevator on transports; Mayrath loader with attachments, motor and transports. TANKS compartment storage ionic; gal. water tank on skids. MACHINERY 2-15 ft. Money Harris wide leveU; 2-14 ft. Victory blades; ft. Graham Hoeme cultivators with extension ond Edwards rod weeder attachments; ft. Massey Fer- guson pull type swathers wilh double altathmenlsj 2-Massey Ferguson 10 ft. double discs; 1-10 ft, Cockshutt press drill; 1 10 Cockshutt double disc; 1-1. H.C. wide level 16 ft. with seeder box and packers. ft. Oliver one way; fl Rock picker; Cockshutt trail mower; Sections diamond I.H.C. model 45 baler engine drive; J.D. 3 bottom 14" plowj 1 Kir- ehener- U dit Eerier; Wooden lond level; Meyeri ditch i_iO ft. J.D. double disc; Rubber tired wagon and rack? Sleel wheeled flat deck wagon; 1-P O packer 3 ft.; 1 -I.H.C. K6 12 ft. press drill; 1-10 fl. deep tillage cultivator; Craftsman 10 ft. packer; J.D. 12 rod weeder; I.H.C. side delivery rake; 1-Cockshutt No. 2 15 ft., p.t.o. swalher; John Deere 12 ft. Spring tooth harrow; 1-J.D. manure spreader; wheel trailer; Quantity of old menf, 2 drill cultivator; sulky rake, bee) plow. EQUIPMENT Macleod portable (P.T.O-) groin' grinder; 7 Compres- sed air tank; Quantity of lumber 2x6 and 2x4 various leng- ths, bundles of brand new roof shingles; Set dehorners; New wheel barrel; Shotgun topper 648, 12 gauge; Bacfger ond coyote traps; Electric Chicken brooder; Saws; hammers, drill bits, other tools; Push typo lawn mower; TOW for mower, pulley for W6 or W9, garden horse cultivator; Hand garden seeder; horse harn- ess, double trees and eveners, snow fence, scrap iron, quantity of beet pi up f Hand sprayer, swnther canvas and knives, irrigation hand scythes, chickens 9 month old puElets. Tha description at to condition er otherwlw 01 forth on each Hem is merely a ond In no way 0 warranty or guarantee, actual or Implied. auctioneer or owner are retponsibU for errors In description or con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY; PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 COMPANY LICENSE 071465 KEN ANDERSON AUCTION SALE located 4 Miles South on Highway 4 Straight South on Gravel and West of MILK RIVER, ALBERTA TERMS: CASH IUNCH SfRVEO MONDAY, APRIL 2 A.M. SHARP Having received Instructions from Mr. who has sold his farm wo offer for the following: TRACTORS Deere 820 diesel black dash, PTO and dual hydraulics, good1 rubber and good condition; 1 John Deere 820 diesel tractor, green dash, PTO and dual hy- draulics; Ford Fergusson T.E.A. Tractor, 3 point hHch, hy- draulics, PTO, front end loader. TRUCKS 1955 A ton, 5 speed transmission and big 6 motor, 14' wooden box and floor and twin ram hoist; 1 Ford F155, 1948, 1lh ton, 15 ft. groin box dual ram hoist; 1 1953 CMC 3 ton, 283 V8, steel box, wooden floor and hoist; 1949 3A ion truck with hoist and steel box. COMBINES Deere 95 combine with cab (64 J.D. 14 ft. lable, sund pickup and sir aw chopper; Deere 55 combine (J.D. sund pickup. HOUSE TRAILER 1 ft. Terry Rambler house electric fridge, propane slove, sink, will sleep 4 people. MACHINERY 1150 mill, good condition; ft. John Deere hoe drills (7" Deere 190 pull type swather, double swolh otlachment; Deere lo ft. pull type swalher; 1 14 ft. IHC press drill 7" spacing; ft. Jeffrey field cultivators; Deere 14 ft. cultivator; 1 16 ft. flexible Victory blade, 3 standards, 90 degree shovel i; 1 12 ft. Victory blade, solid frame, 3 standards 75 degree shovels; 1-14 fl. Calkins rod" weeder; 2-12 ft. J. D. center drive rod wecders; ft. Massey Harris one way, seed box; 1 14 ft. Miller rod weerfer attachment; Foot Packers 4 ft; Diamond harrows; ft. Leon Bull Dozer, tractor front mount; 1 3 point hitch cultivator, plow and bucket; tired trailer (rubber) 7' x 15'j 1 small trail- er [4 2-CCIL 12 0. rotary harrows. POULTRY EQUIPMENT wainer fet chicken brooders; chicken feeders; chicken waterers; crates; Other poultry equipment. HORSES pony, 5 yr. old, broke ond gentle; x Shetland colt. MISCELLANEOUS 180 electric welder; compressor and portable air compressor lank; chorgerj elec- tric drill; grindstone, elc.; Assortment of good hand tools, socket sets, gear puller; Hydraulic roms; Jackal! and hydraulic lacks; 1 ton chain hoist; Oil pumps and grease guns; drill; Saddle and bridle; hog chute; Stock for Ion truck (new fl. Calvinolor deep freeze. TANKS aal fuel tank (2 gal- fuel lank; 2 135 gal. gas tanks and pumps; gal. waler tank; gal. wat6r tank; gal. slip-in spray- er tank; Ib. propane tanks; Ib. propane tank ond torch; stand and 1 wooden stand. description to condition or otherwiM at let forth en eoch Item is merely a guide and is in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for any errors in description or com dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3951 COMPANY LICENCE 071465 JOE PERLICH ED TORSHER lie. 010293 lie. 012447 Phone 328-9772 Phone 543-4452 UTHBRIDGE BOW ISIANO BOB BAIOG TONY PERLICH lie. 067454 Lie. 01029? Phone 647-2201 Phone 328-9872 MILK RIVER LETHMIDGE recent first annual variety pro- gram of Ihe Pioneer Girls and Christian Service Brigade held at the Coaldale JTennonite Brethren Church. John Esau, chairman ol the committee for the brigade, was Relief Society anniversary celebrated MAGRATH (HNS) Ma- gratti Wards oi the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints celebrated the 131st an- niversary of the Relief Society Organization, the oldest conti- nuous women's organization in the U.S. A total of 250 guests were seated by birthdays at tables decorated with special arrangements to signify each month. Bishop and Mrs. L. B. Tanner and Mr. and Mrs. Nyal Fletch- er were hosts. Lunch was prepared under the direction of Magrath First Ward Belief Society presidency. Mrs. Gaelund Pilling, Mrs. Rob- ert Rasmussen, Mrs. Moyle Pilling and Mrs. Don Barker and assistants. Magrath Second Ward presi- dency, Mrs. Clifford Miller, Mrs. Eldred Hudson, Mrs. Charles Caldwell and assistants were in charge of the stage dec- orations, program and dance. Mrs. Cal Alson introduced musicians for the following pro-" gram: Moments to Remember, dou- ble trio with Bessie Cook, Joan Taylor, Patsy Kerr, Garda law, Charlotte Fletcher, Marie Stev- enson accompanied by Mrs. Dave Lowry; readings, Shirley Johnson; dance, Jacquie Rice; violin and piano duet, Mr. and Mrs. Nyal Fletcher, High- land Fling, Mrs. Alice Steven- son and Miss Lisa Pilling; reci- tations, Ray Pilling; poem, Mrs. Craig Bennett. Singing was conducted by Mrs. Wallace Baker with George Taylor, pianist. A TV show, Tell the Truth, ANTON ANDERSON AUCTION SALE LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH OF THE NOBLEFORD GRANUM JUNCTION ON HIGHWAY 23 THEN V4 MILE WEST. FRIDAY, MARCH 30 P.M. IUNCK SERVED owner we will offer was organized by Mrs. Garth Coleman with participants Mar- garet Leishman, Jill Barker, Bemice Coleman, Phoebe Nor- ton, Margaret Hindley. Guests were Beatrice Hark- masler of ceremonies. There are more than 50 girls enrolled in Pioneer Girls. Committee chairman is Mrs. John Esau. These girls are divided into the Pilgrim and Colonist Sec- tions. Tha little Pilgrim girls, all dressed in their light blue jump- ers and boleros, demonstrated what it means to pass on the gospel. They are led by Mrs. Esau, Mrs. Luella Siebert, chiej guide, and Miss Lucille Wiens, guide, in singing and acting the song Pass It On. Starting with one candle from Mrs. Esau, the girls all had their candles lighted as they passed their light on from one burning candle to light an- other. The only lights in the church were these candles for this brief performance. Other guides are Mrs. Rutli Dueck, Miss Hilda Dick and Mrs. Agnes Janzen. Several girls said what the club means to them. Colonist chief guide Mrs. Magdalene ReUner and guides Mrs. Mary Lou Regier and Mrs. Elsie Reimer, with their girls, sang Spirit of God and the Lonesome Valley. The important priority of mis- sions in the club program was presented by the guides. Mrs. Marther Regier is a guide. Boys can sing, and without a director. It was proven during the program. There are more than 50 boys registered. They are in two sec- tions, the Stockade section and the Battalion section. Chief Ranger of the Stockade is Jake Dick and Rangers are Bill Siemens, John Regier, Henry Dyck, Arthur Dueck and Jake Regier. Their boys showed and told what was involved in the club activities. Several of the boys recited Bible verses, the books of the New and Old Testament and explained club projects. The Battalion section of older boys sang. With the guidance of pianist Marvin Dueck sang their theme song Keen and Bright for Christ. Also singing were the cap- tain of the battalions, Peter Kopp and lieutenants Bill Enns, Davo Matthies and corporal George Matthies. The boys re- lated activities in the club pro- gram. Girls and boys meet every Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Mesnonite Brethren Church. Eveyone welcome. John Regier stressed the im- portance for adults of gaining the confidence and respect of the boys and girls by doing things with them. This impossible in the many club ac- tivities. He cited going fishing and camping with the boys as an experience which will always i be remembered aud treasured, j er, Edna Thomson and Marion Bourne. TERMS: CASH Having received Instructions from the for sale at auction the following: TRACTOR 1 1769 Case model 930 comfort king diesel tractor with cob, 885 original hrf. This traclor is in new like con- dition. TRUCKS Fargo 2H ton truck with box ond hoist, 1-1953 I.H.C. W Ion truck. COMBINE AND SWATHER Cockshull model 137 SP combine with McCoy Renn pickup and straw chopper. 1-Versalile model 103 1 8 ft. SP swather FARM MACHINERY 2-John Deere 12 ft. model LZ hoe drills with fertilizer attachment and hitch; Morris 24 ft. duplex rod weeder 2 old; 1-Noble blade 14 ft. model HC-14A, 1-Masscy Harris no. 26 diseer with seeder box. Large pans and Lowen bearings; 1-1. H.C. 12 fl. rod weeder; Cockshull 12 ft. press drill with fertilizer attachment; Graham Hoeme 12 ft. chisel plow; 1-CCIL 30 ft. rolory harrow; 1-CCIL 12 ft. rotary harrow; Versatile weed sprayer 56 fl. booms, tan- dem axle and 300 flat tank; Robin grain loader, 33 fl. x 7' with Wisconsin motor; New 1 5'4" groin loader; ft. rod weeder attachment. FUEL TANKS 1-500 Gal. diesel lonk. gal. gas tank 1 100 gal. fuel lank and pump. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Hyd. rams, 1 gear puller, volt bollery anvil; Purox acetylene welder and cart; Forney electric welder, Vi" drill and press; Air compressors, chain hoist, propane, torch and 20 gal. propane tank, bench grinder. Many more misc. shop items too numerous to mention. Hems of household furniture. Appliances. OWNER ANTON ANDERSON -Phone 824-3543 The description as to condition or otherwise PS set forth on each ilem is merely a guide and Is in no way a warranty or guarantee, acluol or implied. Neilher the auctioneer or the owner are responsible for 'any in descriplion or con- dition. SALE CONDUCTED BY PERIICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. BOX 1057, LETHBR1DGE OFFICE PHONE 328-3931 COMPANY LICENSE 071405 JOE PERUCH lie. 010293 Phone 328-9772 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ED TORSHER Lie. 012467 Phone 545-6452 BOW ISLAND, ALBERTA BOB BAIOG. lie. 067454 Phono 647-2201 MILK RIVER TONY PERL1CH lie. 010292 Phone 328-9872 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Gigantic Equipment Auction Sale SATURDAY, APRIL 7th A.M. PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. LOCATED 3 MILES EAST AND MILE SO. OF LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, TRACTORS W9 I.H.C. Super Wo I.H.C. front end loader. 1960 John Deere 730 diesel bearings and job fait 55D Massey Harris diesel tractor (fair 660 I.H.C. standard tractor. 5010 John Deere, big lires, cab conversion 950 Oliver TRUCKS T95d C600 Ford steel Groinmaster box ond racks and hoist (good 1969 Dodge C600 cab forward truck Ronn hoist and 400 bus. groin box. One year or miles on factory warranty. 2-1953 G.M.C. 9500 series 2% ton trucks box and hoist, 2 speed axte, 4 speed trans, (new 1953 Chev. 1700 series 3 ton 1100 got. fuel tank (3 compartment) and P.T.O. pump. 1958 I.H.C. A100 K ton 6 cyl., 3 speed (standard 1949 Ford 2 ton 20 ft. flat deck. 1949 Dodge 2 ton 22 ft, deck (re- built TILLAGE EQUIPMENT 24 fl. Graham Hosme wing lype culti- vator; 13 ft, Graham Hoeme chisel plow; 7 ft. 15 ft. M.H. No. 26 wide level seeder box; 12 ft. Noble biade A.H.; 14 fl. Krause tandem double disc on wheeli 10 ft. double disc; 14 ft. Massey Harris culti- vator; 20 ft. wjng type spring tooth culti- vator; 13 ft. Grahm Hoeme chisel plow; 7 ft. Ford 3 pt. hilch cullivator sweeps; NBU- fell land leveller? John 20' surflex; 16 ft. J.D. surflex; 16 ft. M.H. No. 26 wfde level (good condition, large 4 bottom plow; 14 fl. J. D. spring tooth harrow. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT 1 Honda motorbike; Jocobsen 3 gang reel type mower In 2' sections; Small all steel landem .trailer; 2 wheel trailer; Crazy harrows; 2 wheel garden tractor j Corona cash register; Many other articles too num- erous to mention. SSEDERS AND BEET EQUIPMENT Mil Ion 8 row unit planters arid frame; Milton 4 row unit planters end frame] 6 row ground driven Tncarporater boxes and liquid herbicide; 6 row John side dresser to fit any J.D. tractor, iroctor mounted (dry 4 row Kirchner rear mount cvltwotor fill tools and fluides; 2 row Klrehntr beet (row 2 row lots model Kirchner top- per with trailing rake and whipperj 1 I.H.C. press drill} 3-fertilizer spreaders. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Wisconsin AEN 3H" Mon- arch direct mounted pump on 2 wheel eartf UD-18 I.H.C, ditw] power unit B-6 Bert- ley pump on 4 wheel rubber trailer (capable for 1 mile 425 Minne- apolis Mellne natural gas power unit B4 high pressure pump, trailer mounted, HARVESTING EQUIPMENT 90 special M.H. 27 com- bine; I.H.C. No. 200 ]6 ft. P.TO. swalher( I.H.C. No. 37 baler, 4 yrs. old; 6 ft. Ford 3 pt. hitch mower. FEED LOT EQUIPMENT 800 'gal. liquid manure spreader honeywagon; 20 80 bus. flrain-o-vator feed box mixing chamber; 30 120 bus. gram-o-vator; 20 ft. bole elevator; loader; 1948 Ford 2 Ion Farmhand manure spreader; 1962 G.M.C. tilt cab 3 ton tancfem Oswald 500 bus. manure spreader (good eond.) BUILDING MATERIAL board ft. of dimension lumber; Qunnlity of cedar fence Quanlily of barb wire; Quantity of round SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT- MARTIN WIEIEND AND JERRY KEYER FROM IRON SPRINGS Model 90E BVt cu, yard soil mover elevating scraper; 10 ft. Eversman land level- ler; Kirchner 6 row topper and top harvester loading attachment; Kirchner 6 row rear mount cullivator tools, angle guides and shields; Evarsman 6 row semi rear mount tool carrier angle guides, wheels and hydraulic controls; 6 row ground driven incorporaler dry herbicide boxes and liquid herbicide; John Deere 6 row side dresser to fit any J.D. tractor (tractor mount) dry type; Krause 14 ff. tandem double disc on wheels (good 55G tractor rebuilt for N.G, (high comp. sleeves and pis- ions, slallile valves, goad tires; 1952 I.H.C. 1110 V? ton flat deck; 1952 Ford 1 ton; 1962 Merc. V? ton; Vt mile Oliver 6" main line valves; Approximalely 1 mile hond move lateral risers; Berkely pump P.T.O. cart, suciion primer ana1 Fairbanks Morse pump P.T.O, cart, suction and valves; I.H.C. power unit pump and trailer (small 17" Macleods hammer P.T.O. drive and cart; 3 pi. hitch fer- tilirsr spreader 500 bus. cap.; 3 bottom J.D. 5o" plow Rebecca beet top loader; One row I.H.C, harvester; 1 lumblebug; 30 ft. tractor mount field sprayer; 12 fr, Hume pickup reel? 4" x 16 fl. grain auger and electric motor. EARLY LISTINGS INVITED WE ARE EXPECTING LOCAL AND OUT-OF-AREA BUYERS For further Information contact TONY VIRGINILLO at 345-4291 or PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057 or Phone 328-3951 Lethbridge ;