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EASTERN MONTANA ANGUS ASSOCIATION
FIRST ANNUAL FALL SHOW NOV. 18 SALE NOV. 19 AND 2:00 P.M. Judge; Carl Stimson 12:00 Noon Auctioneer: Freddie Chandler AT THE GLENDIVE LIVESTOCK SALES CO. GLENDIVE, MONTANA Selling 54 FEMALES 20 BULLS CONSIGNORS Charles Fredrickson, Miles City Max Nentwig, Glendive Kings Krost Angus, Glendive Mike Undem, Glendive Bray's Angus Ranch, Terry Eugene Schillinger, Circle Vern Lund, Williston, N.D, Claud & Robert Lund, Carlyle Gartner & Denowh Angus Ranch, Sidney Robert Ley, Wibaux Delbert Vorhies, Glendive Herman A. Elbert Coutts, Angus Ranch, Sidney Feoturing quolity Montana-raised Angus that have not been pampered. FOR MORE INFORMATION, Contact Russell Denowh, Secre tary. Phone SWift 8-3566 Sidney, Montana •y* ■ : p f ft V ■> if.-.-. : * * - m J. B. MASTIN COMPLETE DISPERSAL SELLING 948 COMMERCIAL ANGUS COWS 50 ■ •V? 'S . M ■■■■■ M % m mm & i^iij lifts* ■ M ;V:> ■ m ■m m m V m * : * s I A* '■TV m M ■■■■:■ i »1 p •••y. iili REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS •>; •»: ,-:w ■m >, ■ ■M?:. - > ? . - i t y**»' PM ■ ;i|S: Mi ' tv WS%: £308 • 300—2-Year-Old Cows • 250—3-Year-Old Cows • 84 3^ • 220—5- and 6-Yeor-Old Cows FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 4-Yeor-Old Cows • 50 Registered Bulls, 3 Years Old • 191 ■7 Years and Up AT ALL BREEDERS! These cows were all pregnancy tested in the fall of 1961. The J. B. Mastin herd is a negative herd from a modified-certifled county. These with 71 registered Angus bulls the summer of 1962. PUBLIC LIVESTOCK MARKET (JsmisLtL cows were A Great Cow Herd! ON THE SOUTH SIDE it For Further Information, Contact: Public Livestock Market Center, P.O. Box 1781, Billings, Montana BILLINGS, MONTANA AUCTIONEER: KEN TOMPSON Top Ediuiston Bull Sells for $1,800 By BOB LORENZ $1,800 Top Bull . Top Heifer 24 Bulls Average 25 Heifers . I 575 612 342 H. B. Sager Auctioneer THE CATTLE OFFERED in the Ed miston Land & Cattle Co. second Here ford production sale were presented to the buyers in very good condition. The weather had been quite unfavor able in the area for several days pre vious to the sale, but the cattle were clean and showed the results of a lot of attention of the crew in charge of them. The top of the sale came on an out standing bull, E Beau Promise 21, sired by King Promise A 57 and out of Lady P Crusty 27. This bull was in the Ed miston show string and has stood up well in all the summer shows and will be shown at Ogden, Utah, by the Ed miston Co. The winning bid on this big yellow bull was $1,800. It came from Charles W. Warner of Dutton. Edwin Conrad of Kalispell paid $1,650 for ELC Quick Silver to make him the second high selling bull of the sale. This extremely thick, well bal anced bull was sired by Real Silver Domino C31 and was out of Miss Medo 398. This bull along with three others purchased by Conrad will be used in a commercial herd. Conrad paid an aver age of $869 for the four bulls he purchased. The third high selling bull of the sale went to Clarence Nitz of Colum bia Falls for $1,260. This was an out standing individual sired by King Promise A 57 and out of Rose Pie gan 90. The top selling heifer went to John Stevenson of Fort Shaw for $575. This was an outstanding heifer that should be a real producer for her new owner. W. P. Erbes of Whitefish was the volume buyer of the heifers taking twelve head at an average of $328. Erbes also bought a bull for $550. Other buyers of the heifers were Michael Stevenson, Ft. Shaw; Lester Simpson, Charlo; Guile- Sorenson, Kalispell: Archie McDonald, Niarada; Irvin Har rop, Rigby, Idaho; Ron Marlenee, Scobey; Cleo Harrop, Lorrenco, Idaho. Bull buyers included the E. A. Wil son Ranch, Moore; Jake Voerman, Whitefish; Paul Guenzler, Ronan; Max Harder, Sprague, Wash.; Gordon Con rad, Kalispell; Oswald Bradley, Cut Bank; vedt Bros., Managhan, Kalispell. Ted Vasboe, Cut Bank; Tut Kalispell, and Wilson Dawson Bulls Average $517 61 bulls averaged . Top bull . $517 1,119 Auctioneer, H. B, Sager THE A. A. DAWSON & Sons first bull sale was held on Oct. 20 at the Great Falls Livestock Market Center with a large crowd attending. The bulls offered in this sale were not highly fitted but were presented in good condition and the bidding was active throughout the sale. All of the bulls sold to Montana buyers with many of them going to commercial ranches in the Great Falls area. The top bull of the sale. Royal Pride 19, sired by Royal H DHU 62, sold to Mrs, Helen Mercier of the Bert Cain Ranch of Lloyd for $1,110. This was a thick, heavy-boned bull that showed a lot of size for age. The volume buyer of the sale was F. T. Saylor of Choteau who took 11 head.