Details for Rudy Kubik Trust

HOUSEHOLD AUCTION Sunday, November 11, 2018 • 12:15 PM Saturday, Heartland Acres Event Center • 2600 Swan Lake Blvd. Independence, IA Yard Machine riding lawn mower 12.5 hp - very clean, Elvis Dolls & Memorabilia, modern rnd oak dining table with chairs, 3 pc. mahogany bedroom set, Speed Queen commercial style washing machine - white, Amana white elec. dryer, Amana side by side refrig/freezer, white, western pattern sectional sofa, kitchen table, modern oak china hutch, leather recliners, several new TVs in box, antique bar stools, end tables, Hoover vacuum, roasters, racks, small appliances, dehumidifier, exercise equipment, jars, pressure cooker, grill, Sentry safe, cabinets, computer items and printers, CDs, bedding, toys new in boxes, holiday items. China set, yard swing, glassware, many other items too numerous to list. Lawn sprayer, golf club cart, and more! AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Rudy put together quite a collection of items over the years and that is why it's two auctions. There are many, many items not listed due to the large quantity and we are still unpacking! Many still new and all are well taken care of. TERMS: Cash, good check or credit card (3% convenience fee when using credit card). Nothing to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents or theft. Must have ID. All items sold "As Is - Where Is." OWNERS: RUDY KUBIK TRUST EMMETT DONNELLY AUCTIONEERING & APPRAISAL SERVICE Independence, Iowa • 319-334-6122 • Cell: 319-404-5005 www.donnellyauction.com • email: dedonn@hotmail.com

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