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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1936)
(First publication Oct. 29, 1936.) j
NOTICE OF FINAL
Estate No. 2553
In the County Court of Holt
county. Nebraska, October 27, 1936.
In the matter of the Estate of
Lawrence H. Snell, Deceased.
All persons interested, in said
estate are hereby notified that the
Administratrix of said estate has
filed in said court her final re
port and a petition for final settle
ment and distribution of the residue
of said estate; and that said report
and petition will be heard Novem
ber 18, 1936, at 10 o’clock A. M., at
the County Court Room in O’Neill,
Nebraska, when all persons inter
ested may appear and be heard
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WANTED — Barnyard, Livestock,
Feed and Seed loans.—John L.
Quig, O’Neill, Nebr. 23-4
I HAVE eastern money to loan on
farms and ranches. I also loan
money on city property.—R. H.
Parker, O'Neill, Nebr. 2tf
CHICKEN pickers wanted—Arm
our Creameries. 25-1
TWO unfurnished rooms, close In.
—Mrs. Margaret Allen, 25-lp
A PARTM ENT. 4-rooms. — Maude
1160 ACRE well improved ranch
and farm land 7 miles northeast
of Chambers; 16 miles south %
miles west of O’Neill. $800 cash
rent, $400 down balance secured.
—Neil Ryan, 6060 West street,
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JOHN L. QUIG
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concerning said final report and the
distribution of said estate.
C. J. MALONE.
(County Court Seal) 24-3
J. D. Cronin, Attorney
(First publication Nov. 5, 1936.)
NOTICK OF RELOCATION OF
Notice is hereby given that on
the 28th day of June, 1926, the Holt
County Board of Supervisors estab
lished the county road commencing
at the Southwest Corner of Section
30, township 28, between Range 11
and 12, and running 6 miles east
and there terminating, and it has
been deemed expedient to relocate
the said road one mile north of its
present location and to abandon
the present road site and return
same to the township.
That a hearing on the above re
location will be held in the office of
the Holt County Board of Super
visors on the 25th day of Novem
ber, 1936, at 2:00 o’clock P. M., at
which time protests against the re
location of the above described road
may be made.
JOHN C. GALLAGHER,
25-3 County Clerk.
(First publication Nov. 5, 1936.)
NOTICE FOR PETITION FOR
Estate No. 2574
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska, November 5,
In the Matter of the Estate of
Edward E. Gatz, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all
persons interested in said estate
that a petition has been filed in
said Court for the appointment of
Clinton J. Gatz as Administrator
of said estate, and will be heard
November 27, 1936, at 10 o’clock
A. M., at the County Court Room
in O’Neill, Nebraska.
C. J. MALONE,
(County Court Seal) 25-3
Julius D. Cronin. Attorney
Progress Can Be Seen
In Dam Construction
The water conservation program
of the WI’A, which constist of con
structing dams to form reservoirs
for run-off water and the damming
of small streams, has reached the
stage whore actual progress can
bo seen, according to D. F. Felton,
state WI’A administrator. He
urges land owners and farmers of
Holt county to inspect these pro
jects and see for themselves the
work that is being accomplished
and the scientific manner in which
it iH being supervised.
All persons interested in water
conservation are urged to visit one
or more of the following dams: C.
W. Cronk farm, located in Town
ship 38, Range 9, the southeast
quarter of section 11; the E. J.
Kevoll farm located in Township
31, Range 9, the southeast quarter
of section 21; or the L. C. Mallory
farm, located in Township 33,
Range 11, the northeast quarter of
“After inspecting these WI’A
projects, I am convinced that many
additional farmers will desire to
have dams constructed on their
land," Mr. Felton said.
He urged that those desiring
dams make their application w.tn
the local WPA supervisor or at the
district office in Norfolk as soon
as possible. This will permit work
to be started before extreme cold
weather will halt construction pro
METHODIST CHURCH NOTES
A. J. May, Pastor
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning Worship at 11 a. ra.—
Special music by the choir. Serm
on by the pastor.
Epworth League at 6:30 p. m.—
Leader, Miss Betty Jones.
Evening Service at 7:30 p. m,—
.Members and friends of the Meth
odist church, be a twicer next Sun
day. Young People’s choir will
lead the sing. Discussion, pastor
Rev. W. A. Albright will preach
Sunday, Nov. 22, 11 a. m.
Sunday School—Junior Depart
ment 9:00; All other departments
Morning Worship 11:00—Arm
Evening Service 7:30—Dr. T.
Raymond Allston of Omaha will
Special Service for young people
will begin at 3 p. m. Young people
from nearby churches will be pre
sent. You are invited.
II. D. Johnsofi, Pastor.
Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Gatz made a
business trip to Omaha the first of
Gene O’Hern leaves this evening
for Omaha, where he will attend ]
the Creighton homecoming.
Mrs. D. H. Cronin went down to
Omaha last Tuesday night and will I
visit there and at Nebraska City
for a week with relatives and
Mrs. Ralph Oppen and the Misses
Grace Connolly and Mabel Erskine
were visiting friends at Aurora and |
Grand Island last Saturday and (
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Prester, of
Lincoln, visited last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Wink
ler northwest of town, returning
home Saturday last.
Harold Sexsmith arrived in the
city the latter part of last week
from Klamath Falls, Ore,, for a
weeks visit with his mother, Mrs.
Sexsmith, and with friends here.
Dr. J. P. Brown went down to
Omaha Wednesday of last week to
attend the Midwest Medical Clinic,
held in that dty the latter part of
last week. He returned home Sat
J. D. Cronin left for Omaha this
afternoon whore he will attend the
Creighton homecoming and meet
with members of his class which
graduated from Creighton twenty
Henry Snyder, of Walnut, and
Miss Olive Keeling, of Stuart, were
granted a marriage license in the
county court Wednesday and were
later united in marriage by Rev.
A. J. May.
Local news items are rather
scarce this week as most of the
reporters time has been spent in
compiling returns of the election
for presentation to its readers this
week, so they can see how the var
ious precincts of the county voted
Miss Betty McNally entertained
fourteen of her friends at a Hal
loween party at her home last Sat
urday evening. The home was
handsomely decorated with colors
suitable to the occasion and the
favors handed the guests were
unique and pretty. The little folks
report having a very enjoyable
Romaine Saunders and his south
west Holt neighbor, Jesse James,
came up from Swan Wednesday
morning, bringing up the returns
of their precinct. Romaine was
not feeling nearly as well over the
result of the election as he had
anticipated, last week that he would,
and on the other hand Jesse was
feeling fine and had a broad smile
on his phiz all morning.
Probably in no election in this
city was there greater activity in
hauling voters to the polls than
was evident in the election Tuesday.
Many WPA workers, and in some
instances their wives also, were
very active all day long. Walking
was not very good in the early
hours of the day and many voters
were gratified at the opportunity
to ride to the polls, even if they did
not alw'ays vote the way they were
expected to do.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Moore re
turned Friday last from a two
weeks trip thru the south and ea3t.
They left here two weeks ago and
went to Nebraska City where they
were joined by Mrs. Moore’s par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bro, and
they then journeyed south to the
birthplace of Mrs. Moore at Hend
ersonville, N. C., a city she had not
visited for forty years. They all
had an enjoyable time and saw
many points of interest in the east
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Advance Fine Fur Sale
Mr. Jack Fine, of Fine Bros. Fur Co.,
foremost leaders of quality furs, will be
Thursday, Nov. 12
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This sale brings a genuine opportunity
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Saturday, November 7, 1936
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