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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1941)
BED CEDAR POSTS, All Sizes.—
Earl Wrede, O’Neill. 45-26p
CANE, SORGO and other seeds.—
O’Neill Hatchery. 4-1
FOR SALE—One Pure-Bred Muley
Roan Durham Yearling Bull.—M.
A. Whaley, O’Neill. 2-wp
NEW BOTTLED Gas Stoves,
f 13.50 and up.—O’Neill Hatchery.
LEOTI RED Cane Seed. State
tested, 75c bu—Paul Zakrzcwski,
Opportunity, Nebr. 3-2p
ONE PUREBRED Hereford bull,
2 years old. A good individual.
One McCormick-Deering 2-row
tli. One McCormick-Deering two
row cultivator, like new, brand
aew shovels. See any day but
Sunday. Fay A. Puckett, O’Neill,
A GAS WATER Heater means
plenty of hot water cheaply.—
O'Neill Hatchery. 4-1
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Dr Fisher, Dentist. 3-tf
FOR HOLT COUNTY NEWS,
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ON ‘THE streets of O’Neill, a lad
ies ppeketbook, containing a pair
ef glasses, in case. Owner can se_
«ure same if they call at Mayoq
Kersenbrock’s office. 4-1
W. F. FINLEY, M. D.
Phone, Office 28
O’Neill :: Nebraska
BROWN & FRENCH
Office Phone 77
Complete X-Ray Equipment
Glasses Correctly Pitted
Dr. Brown, 223
Dr. French, 242
O’Neill Abstract Co.
C. F. & Mabel McKenna
Real Estate - Insurance
1*11 ONE 82
L. G. GILLESPIE
Insurance of All Kinds ]
O’Neill, Nebraska ]
(First Publication h$*y 22, 1941)
SIDNER, LEE & GUNDERSON,
NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE.
By virtue of on order of sale
issued by Hon. F. L. Spear, a judge
•f the district court of Dodge
•ounty, Nebraska, in an action in
Sirtition therein, wherein Mary A.
click is plaintiff and Charles G.
Melich. et. al.. are defendants, tho
referees having reported that
aartition of said hereinafter do
wn bed real estate cannot be made
without great prejudice, which
report has been eonfinned and the
*ou»t having appointed the under
signed as referees to sell said
hereinafter described real estate:
NOW Therefore; notice is hereby
gtven that we will sell at public
auction on the 23rd day of June,
T94J, at ten o’clock a. m., to the
highest bidder for cash at the
w»t front door of the courthouse
In the City of O’Neill, Holt county,
Nebraska, the following described
Northwest Quarter of Section
17, Township 29, Range 16,
Holt county, Nebraska,
on the fallowing terms of sale:
16 per cent of line purchase price
to be paid in cash at the time of
Rie sale and the balance to be paid
upon the coafirmation of sale.
Dated this 22nd day of May,
N. A. ALLEN and WILLIAM H.
(First Publication May 22, 1941)
NOTICE OF HEARING
Estate Number 1060 of Charles
Emmons, Deceased, in the County
Court of Holt County, Nebraska.
STATE OF NEBRASKA. Holt
County, ss: ALL PERSONS in
terested, both creditors and heirs,
take notice that on the 28th day
•f Februa^, 1918, Ernest M.
Imvtr filed his petition in the
above-named court, alleging that
the said Charles Emmons died
intestate at his residence in John-;
non County, Iowa, on the 18th day i
of August, 1912; that at the time!
of his death he was the owner of
an interest in and to an undivided
«»e-4hird part of:
' The Southwest Quarter of
Section Thirteen, Township
rhirty-one. Range Eleven,
Wes: of «V'SHtir. Principal *1
Meridian, Holt Countv Ne
■ braska, ~ '
and alleging further that he was
at the time of filing of said petition
the owner in fee simple of the real
estate described herein; said
petition prays this court to deter
mine the time of the death of the
said Charles Emmons, who were
his heirs and the degree of kinship
and right of descent of the real
property belonging to said Charles
Emmons and that a hearing be had
on said petition. Hearing on said
petition will be held in the County
Court room at O’Neill, Holt Coun
ty, Nebraska, on June 12th, 1941,
at 10 o’clock A. M.
DATED at O’Neill, Nebraska,
this 20th day of May, 1941.
LOUIS W. REIMETt,
2-3 County Judge.
CFirpt Publication May 22, 1941)
NOTICE OF HEARING
Estate Number 1040 of Mary
Hodgkin, deceased, in the County
Court of Holt County, Nebraska.
ALL PERSONS interested in the
estate of Mary Hodgkin, deceased,
her creditors and heirs, take notice
that George E. Rector is the owner
in fee simple of:
The North Half of the North
west Quarter, the Southeast
Quarter of the Northwest
Quarter and the Northwest
Quarter of the Northeast Quar
ter of Section Twenty-six,
Township Thirty-one, Range
Eleven, West of the Sixth
Principal Meridian, Holt
and interested as such, has filed a
Supplemental Petition, in which he
alleges the facts stated in a petition
filed on December 20, 1917, by
Walter K. Hodgkin, are true; that
Mary Hodgkin was a resident of
Yellow Medicine County in the
state of Minnesota and died in
testate on September 24, 1891;
that the said Mary Hodgkin in her
lifetime filed upon the land des
cribed above, and the patent was
thereafter, on May 11, 1900, issued
by the United States Government
to “Heirs of Mary Hodgkin;” and
prays that the Court determine
the heirs of said Mary Hodgkin,
their degree of kinship and the
right of descent of the real prop
erty described above; hearing has
been set for June 12, 1941, at
O’Neill, in Holt County, Nebraska.
DATED at O’Neill, Nebraska,
thia 20th day of May, 1941.
LOUIS W. REIMER,
2-3 County Judge.
(First publication, May 29. 1941)
(Julius D. Cronin, Attorney)
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
HOLT COUNTY. NEBRASKA.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
APPLICATION OF WARREN
WEST, GUARDIAN OF WAR
ENA WEST AND GLORIA
WEST, MINORS. FOR A LI
CENSE TO SELL RE'AL ES
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance of an order of the
Honorable Robert R. Dickson,
Judge of the District Court of
Holt County, Nebraska, made in
this said cause on the 5th day ofj
May, A. D., 1941. for the sale of
the real estate hereinafter de
scribed, there will be sold at
public vendue, to the highest bidder
for cash, at the Front Door of the
Court House in the City of O’Neill,
in said County and State, on the
19th day of June, A. D., 1941, at
the hour, of ten o’clock A. M., the
following described real estate,
An undivided twenty-six one
hundred-eightieths (20-180) right,
title and interest in and to the
South Half of the Northeast Quar
ter and the Southeast Quarter of
Section Twelve; North Half of
the Northeast Quarter of Section
Thirteen, all in Township Twenty
eight North, Range Eleven, West
of the Sixth P. M., Holt County,
This said sale will remain open
Dated this 26th day of May, A.
Guardian of Warena West
and Gloria West, Minors.
First publication June 5, 1941
Notice is hereby given that by
virtue of an Order of Sale isssued
to me by the Clerk of the District
Court of Holt County, Nebraska,
in an action pending in said Court
wherein Federal Farm Mortgage
Corporation, a corporation, is
The heirs, devisees, lega
tee'!, oersonal representative*
and all other persons interest
ed in the estate of Grace L.
Badgley, deceased, and others,
are defendants, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the
front door of the court house
in O’Neill, Nebraska, on the 7th
day of July, 1941. at 10 o’clock A.
M., the following described prem
ises in Holt County, Nebraska:
West half of the west half
of Section 18, in Township 31,
North of Range 10; and North
east quarter of Section 13, in
township 31, North of Range
11, all West of the 6th F. M.,
in Holt County, Nebraska,
containing 320 acres more or
less according to Government
to satisfy the sum of $2,641.39
found due plaintiff and interest
thereon and $89.65 costs of suit
and accruing costs.
Dated this 4th day of June, 1941.
4-6 PETER W. DUFFY,
Sheriff of Holt County, Nebraska
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Rev. V. C. Wright, dean of the
Summer School of the Board of
Ministerial Training of the Nebr
aska Methodist Conference will
spend the next two weeks at Ne
braska Wesleyan University in
The L. L. Club met at M s. Dar
lin Lockman’s Tuesday afternoon.
High score was won by Mrs. Mel_
vin Mareellus; Traveling prize by
Mrs. Martin Penestin; Low by Mrs,
Emery Peterson. A going away
gift was presented to Mrs. Penas
tin who is leaving for Omaha soon.
The hostess served a delicious
R. E. Lucas drove to Valent:ne
Monday in company with W. W.
Derreck of Lincoln to attend a bus
iness meeting of North West Ne
braska Cattle Growers Association.
Miss Vera La Point*, of Rose
bud, South Dakota, left Thursday
for her home having attended St.
Mary’s Academy the past school
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Casey and
son Tommy left on Tuesday for
Winner, South Dakota, to spend
A group of young people held a
no-host formal dancing party at
the Golden Hotel Thursday even,
ing followed by a buffet supper.
Mrs. J. F. O’Donnell left on Sat
urday for Omaha from where she
will go to Chicago to spend several
days visiting relatives and friends.
Miss Dorothy Langan has ac
cepted a position with the Kresge
store in Lincoln, Nebraska, where
she will spend the summer.
Miss Winnifred Coyne left Fri
day for Marty, South Dakota, to
visit her sister Evelyn and other
friends for a few days.
Miss Winnifred Coyne entertain
ed a group of her friends at a party
at her home Thursday evening.
Miss Marty Hamilton, of Laurel,
Nebraska, left for her home on
Thursday after attending St.
Mary’s Academy the past year
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Bowen and
daugher, Miss Mary, left Tuesday
for Omaha, where Archie will at
tend the state convention of the
Masonic lodge as a delegate from
the local lodge and at its conclu
sion they will go to Lincoln where
they will visit their son, Donald,
who is a student at Wesleyan Un
l ggld mm
iversity, who will probably return
home with them. They will then
go to Wayne, Nebr., for a short
visit and are expected to return
home on Friday night.
Charles Witt, assistant manager
of the Ben Franklin store, will
leave Saturday evening for his
home at Downs, Kansas, where he
will spend his two weeks vacation
visiting his pint her.
Miss EUene Olson, one of thei
courteous clerk in the Ben Frank-'
lin store, leaves Saturday for her!
old home in Minden, where she will
spend her two weeks vacation visit
ing relatives and friends.
Archie Bowen announces that he
has let a contract for the air con
ditioning of his store and the same
is expected to be completed within
the next two weeks. This will make
this popular merchandising es
tablishment more desirable to cus
tomers, as they can then shop in
comfort, n,o matter how hot it gets
on the outside.
Miss Martha Hanley made her
annual Decoration Day pilgrimage
to this city last Thursday and Fri.,
returning to her home in Omaha
Saturday morning. While here,
Miss Martha made arrangements
for some added improvements to
her property on Benton street, near
Mr. and. Mrs. Emmet Moore,
daughter Marilyn and son Tom, re_
turned Sunday from Casper, Wyo
ming, where they spent the week
end. Their daughter Dorothy
went to Du Bois to spend a few
weeks with Violet Meckum.
James Harty, who has been vis
iting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Harty the past two weeks, left for
his home in Portland, Oregon, on
Lester Porter of Atkinson, Ne
braska, was arrested by Patrolman
John T. Meistrell on May 30, 1941.
He was charged on two counts, no
operator’s license and no registra
tion, pled guilty and on May 31,
1941. was fined three dollars on the
first count and five dollars on the
second count, and costs.
Mrs. Elvin Benson, of Santa
Monica, California, visited at the
home of her husband’s parents j
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Benson, for a
few days, while enroute home from
Kenosha, Wis., where she took fac
tory’ delivery of a new Nash car.
Mr. Benson is employed as an elec
trical technician in the Douglas
aircraft factory at Santa Monica.
Mrs. Benson left for home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. James Donlin of
Staples, Minn, who have been visit
ine his father, Tom Donlin and
family, left for their home on Sat
Miss Pat Elaine Wycoff, of Ne
ligh, is visiting Donna Marcellus
for a few days.
Misses Janelle Kratochvil, Dpn
na Jean Marcellus and Davene
spent Sunday in Neligh.
Mrs. Nona Bedford, of Pago, is
visiting Mr. and Mds. Ed Burge.
Sun., June 29
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| CRACKERS, 2-lb. box_ 15c
| MILK, 3 large cans__ --25c
| P. & G. SOAP, 6 bars__ .25c
| SYRUP, White, gallon__43c
| TOILET TISSUE, four 10c rolls__.25c
| COFFEE, Golden Gloe, 2 lbs...-.29c
| POTATOES, Red Triumph, good quality,
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LEMONS, Sunkist and No. 1 grade,
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ORANGES, dozen __ 25c
ONIONS, fresh, bunch_—.05c
RADISHES, 3 bunches_10c
TOMATOES and CABBAGE Plants, last call
| While they last, per 100---39c
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables—If it goes on
the market you will find it at our store
Mr. and Mrs. D. N Loy went to
Sioux City on Monday to visit their
daughter, Mrs Chas. Green, who is
in the Lutheran Hospital there.
Private Ralph Porter of Chanute
Field, Rantoul, Illinois, came home
Friday to spend the week-end vis
iting his parents Mr. and Mrs. C.
W. Porter. He returned on Sun
Miss Mary Hunt, librarian at
Creighton University, Omaha, was
a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. McKim, of Albuquerque,
New Mexico, at the home of her
mother, Mrs. J. C. Harnish.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McKim of
Albuquerque, New Mexico left for
home Wednesday, after spending
two weeks visiting here with her
mother, Mrs. J. C. Harnich and
with other relatives and friends.
Miss Fern Riley returned home
last Friday from Fremont, Nebr.,
and Exira, Iowa, where she had
been visiting relatives for the past
Mr. and Mrs. Irv Vaughn, Mrs.
Paul Sandoz, Matt Dalton and Paul
Sandoz of Omaha, spent Decoration
day visiting with Mrs. C. E. Sang
Mrs. Ruth Harris went to Sioux
City on Saturday to attend the
graduation of her daughter Ruth,
from Momingside College. She re
turned home Tuesday.
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