The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 90, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1979 Page: 33 of 39
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g*. gaiuuiian RECORD
canadian. hemphill co., texas
THURSDAY 24 MAY 1979 ;
For the Ultimate in
Custom Built Designed and in
Colors to Fit Your Home...
Howard Moyer at
Only Aluminum Industries
114 W. 1st
Cristy Cullender is in Austin
staying with her nephew, Jay,
while his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Cullender, are in Califor-
nia on a trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Massey
of Austin were here last week to
spend Mother's Day with his
mother, Mrs. Alice Massey. and
also to celebrate her birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Walker
had a weekend camping trip to
Dead Indpn Lake in Oklahoma.
By Katrine Pendergraaa
Thursday, Louise Moore and
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Ramsey
visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Attending the Homemakers'
College in Amarillo Thursday
were Cara Dawn Macias, Wilma
Eubank and Margaret Sanders.
FARM MACHINERY - TRUCKS
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30,1979 - 11:00 A.M.
From r-—Texas 7 miles south on Highway 83 & 60, 4 miles East on Highway 33, Va mile south
or 19 west of Okla. & Texas State line on Highway 33, Va mile south.
1-1962 model 705 Moline dual hydraulic factory L.P.G.
1-1962 model 6 6 Moline factory L.P.G.
1-1961 model G 6 Moline factory L.P.G.
1-1959 John Deere model 730 diesel row crop 3 pt. live P.T.O.
1 1952 model V Moline factory L.P.G. & hydraulic
1-1949 model W-9 International L.P.G.
1-1947 model A John Deere dual fuel P.T.O. hydraulic
1-1946 model LA Case L.P.G.
1-1958 model 55 John Deere 14 ft. header
2-Mobile plows with 2 seven ft. blades each
1-Krause 18 ft. One Way, 1-Krause 15 ft. One Way
1-John Deere 15 ft. One Way
1 Jeffray 13 ft. Shank Plow
1-Krause 14'6" Tandem Disc
1-10 ft. Tandem Disc D.T.
1-John Deere 4 row Lister Planter 3 pt.
2-John Deere D.R.A. 16x10" Grain Drills on rubber
2-John Deere 16x10" Grain Drills on rubber with sealed
1-John Deere 16x10" Grain Drill on steel
1-Moline 16x10" Grain Drill with factory fertiliser on steel
1-Drill Hitch for 2-16x10" Grain Drills
1-John Deere 3 bottom mouldboard plow
1-Ford 2 bottom mouldboard plow
1-4 Section Rotary Hoe, 1-2 Section Rotary Hoe
1-8 Section Moline Rotary Hoe
1-9'/a ft. Double Tod Bar 3 pt. with spring shank and gage
1-5 ft. Brush Beater, 1-Whirlwind Terracer
1-3 Section Drag Harrow, 1-2 Section Drag Harrow
1-John Deere 14' Fertilizer Spreader
1-John Deere Manure Spreader
1-8' Darkey Dozier blade with radiator guard
1-Ford Fertiliser attachment
1-Big Ox 3 pt. high Hit — little Terry
1-3 pt. Foard Scoop, 2-John Deere Hammer Mills
6-Alhs Chahner No Till Coulters
2-John Deere Side Delivery Rakes
1-New Holland 281 wire tie with Wisconsin engine
Many Items Too Numerous to Mention
1-1978 Ford F 350 V-8 4 speed P.S. P.B., air, flat bed, 1-ton,
1-1973 Ford F 250 V-8 4 speed V«-ton, 42187 miles
1-1956 GMC l'/a ton V-8, 4-speed with 2-speed axle hoist
13'6" bed grain and stock sidee
1-1947 Chev. l'/a ton 6 cyl. 4-speed with 2-speed axle hoist
13'6" bed grain and stock sides, steel floor
1-Pickup Bumper hitch
1-9* Chev. Pickup step side bed
1-8' Chev. Pickup Fleetside bed
1-1959 Chamberlin 40 ft. trailer with extra high side boards,
line bottom and 2 cylinder unloading motor
1-27 ft. Mayrath Grain Auger with Wisconsin engine
1-16 ft. Mayrath 12 volt Auger with cables
1-14 ft. Auger with '/a H.P. Electric motor
1-Hopper for 6" Grain Auger
2-16.9x30 New Tires on rims
1-13.00x26 Combine Tire and wheel
2-11.00x15 Front Tires and wheels for John Deere
2-7.90x18 Front Tractor Tires
4-14" Steel Betted Tins (like new)
4-7x14.5 Tires and rims
1-225 gal. Fuel Tank
1-125 gal. L-shaped fuel tank, 1-110 gal. L-ahaped fuel tank
1-100 gal. fuel tank hand pump and hose
1-350 gal. fuel tank on stand, 1-50 gal. fuel tank
1-75 gal. fuel tank on stand
1-EHectric fuel pump for tank
2-Propane tanks 19 and 40 gal. and hose
1-20" Pickup Tool Bob (like new)
1-28" Pickup Tool Box
2-Brake controls for trailers
1-Hay Feeder, 4-Feed Troughs
1-Powder River Calf Table
1-Cracker Box Welder Hamlet A.C.
1-225 Lincoln Welder, extra H.D. 50* and 35' cable
1-Steel Work Bench and vice
4-190 lb. Front End Tractor miylili
1-Rockwell Drill Prose floor
1-H.P. Air Crrniptessui, 1-Portable Air Tank
Several Log Chains and
3-Moline 3'/ax8 hyd. cylinders
Hydraulic Hoses, Several Electric
1-3" Hydraulic Jack, 1-Lot at Steel Storage Cabinets
1-Chicken Brooder, 1-Lot of Bolts
Lunch Will Be Served
MRS. J.B. HENDERSON. Owner
MURPHY'S AUCTION SERVICE
Lcmax Murphy, Auctioneer, Texas Lioeases No. OKE- 020-0199, Phone 405-928-3181
SEE US FOR YOUR AUCTION NEEDS
Mr. and Mrs.
Amelia Ramp j
Saturday evenina I
the David Cook honii
and Mrs. Robert
head; Mr. and
Barney; Mr. and
Ramp; and Mr. and I
Mrs. Walton M«
Ruth Moore and Ri
visited Saturday i
with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Leonard Sai
Mrs. Kelley Ward1
Mrs. R.M. Whaleya
Mrs. Howard Sandei
Sunday Mr. and 1
Brown and Colby i
Mrs. Lloyd Cole
Little Grand Ole
Burns Flat, Oklahoi
Mr. and Mrs.
dergrass and Rachel v
Mr. and Mrs.
Jim David Cook spi
ents, Mr. and
Moore were her dang!
othy Herd and
Kurkendall and Joe.
Visiting Monday io|
vin Walser home i
Mrs. Clarence Wal
Mr. and Mrs. Hoi
were in Amarillo
Presbyterian Church I
having a car-wash at t
raising project wiD i
Cars will be
$1.50 and vacuumed]
The money raised i
for various i
group- . ,
At the same tune i
will also be holding*]
inside the church,
from the Women's'
Marian and J<* l
ed to spend the
here with h«
Ezzelis, and o®ef
Robert and J*®#]
sons Colby and Tf
I thanks to Bob
[r, the ambu-
ttneir help when 1
l* and injured my
vL and for all your
Lrs, cards, prayers
fduring my suy m the
Your concern was
^ like to thank our
j the flowers, cards.
I visits during Bud's
iy in the hospital. All
I Bad and Bessie Webb
k to thank Dr. Rush
1 his entire staff of
r being so nice and
h me while 1 was in
Hi. Also thanks to my
Iisi loved ones for the
land presents and get-
s ud especially their
, Thanks also to Bro.
Lhwas all appreciated,
such one of you.
b to thank the Wildcat
> for the corsages
I from them for the
. teenager's attitude
Jl!? be<!ins to
WWore the legal age
^ "d, learned
J* on child be-
r-Me adults are
1100 ften ig „of
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Ezzell, Ben & Ezzell, Nancy. The Canadian Record (Canadian, Tex.), Vol. 90, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 24, 1979, newspaper, May 24, 1979; Canadian, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth136593/m1/33/: accessed October 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hemphill County Library.