Tribune Ames, Iowa
$199 More For Food From Jenny
I "Jenny," the mule, jAo l tioned Saturday aflaralon street in front of M & M (grocery, brought in *199 oFriendship Train.-
She was purchased first by the Elks club which already had realized $205 for the Friendship i Train fund in a previous 'auction | and raffle in the club rooms. ' G. F. Gustafson, who became o owner as a result of the Elks' : auction, decided to raise more | club. He turned the animal back ! money for the cause by public 'auction Saturday afternoon. | Henry Sathre was the auctioneer ?and Floyd Wakefield, with a bid of $21, became the owner of the j mule.-
I During the bidding Herman Cole I offered $100 on behalf of the Elks to the auctioneer for further bidding however. Don Atkinson bid $5; Mark Walsh. $1; Henry Sathre, $5; Don Gray, $5; Sid Armstrong, $5; Charles Ray, $5; Mrs. Clifford, $5; Lou McElyea, $5; J. Armstrong, $1; George Todd, $5; Merle Robins, $1; Floyd Wakefield, $5 and $21; Mason Ku
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