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Farm Journal and Farmer's Wife. July 1943. Some soiling to cover, a tear with a piece missing, but oh my gosh what a wonderful piece of history!
Farm Journal Index
Farm news and comment, goings-on in washington, the fourth of july 1943, farm oils are fighting oils, farm topics, furlough.
Farmer's Wife Index
Good bouquet design, easy to get-easy to serve, here are new ways to use wild berries, time savers, food news from our farm kitchen.
Much, much more.
$7.00 plus postage of $1.50
Hoyt Axton's home being offered for sale. This one of kind home on 5.33 acres has been completely remodeled and looks beautiful. The main house is stone, built by a local stone mason and she did an unbelievable job. With three large bedrooms all with private baths makes this a great entertainment home. The circle sawn floors are beautiful and help make this a true "Montana" home. In addition to the main house there is a two unit guest house, one of which has a "fishing cabin" theme the other is done as a "Bordello" with a 1880's bar and large bedroom. The horse barn is large and has hay storage above. There is also a large pond which was a real favorite of Hoyt's.
Other pictures available.
Mortgage record from First Federal Savings and Loan Association, Rogers, Rogers, Arkansas to Freddie and Odena Truesdell in the amount o $7,400.00. Load terms are listed. Dated Febuary 12, 1969 for Lot 1 in the Redbud Addition.
Also included is the title search from the Tucker Abstract Company stating title is clear.
This copy is dated June 15, 1984. Bates Memorial Hospital, Bentonville, Arkansas. Decesed is Nellie Nora Wisdom, her father was Benjamine Clemons the informant was Ray Wisdom.
This is in crisp clean condition. Has been folded into thirds, probably for mailing. Has also been cut to fit into an Abstract Book.