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Sec. 2, T. 22 S., R. 3 E
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On North side of highway
Measured By W.A. VerWiebe, 1936
Unit No. Description Thickness
1 Limestone (Peabody) hard blue porus 2 ft.
2 Clay gray, contorted, secondary calcite, soft 8 ft.
3 Claystone, white earthy, thin bedded, layers separated by thin black shale partings 3.5 ft.
4 Claystone, hard, pale brown, lowest is very limey 2.75 ft.
5 Clay like #2 4 ft.

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