The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, June 10, 1943, Image 8

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    FOR SALE
FOR SALE—1200 bushels of rye,
at 85 cents per bu., from bin at
Inman, Nebr.—John Sobotka, Jr.,
Inman, Nebr. 5-2*
FOR SALE — Electric portable
Singer sewing machine. newr; 5
ice boxes; 3 separators; duofold;
4 leather-seated chairs; rocking
chairs; baby buggy; buffet, very
good; sewing machine, and many
other articles. Remington type
writer. We buy used furniture.
Hank’s Second Hand Store. 5-1
FOR SALE—50 ewes and lambs.
—Ray Noble, Star, Nebr. 3-4*
STRAYED
STRAYED—Whiteface cow, car
rying Harvey Jolly brand, Bar
PS. — Wm. Langan, Spencer,
Nebr. 3-5*
THREE Whiteface heifers, brand
ed Box C with upside down R
on left hip. Please notify Ralph
B. Mellor, O’Neill. 1-tf
LOST
LOST—Between O’Neill and In
man several days ago, a 5-gallon
galvanized can. Finder return to
the Shelhamer Filling Station in
O’Neill. Reward paid. 5-1*
MISCELLANEOUS
DEBTS COLLECTED — If you
can’t collect money due you, try
us. Notes, judgments, mortgages,
accounts. Honest provable debts
only. Anywhere. 35 years’ ex
perience. Write us. R. C. Valen
tine Co., Marshalltown, la. 52-tf
(First publication May 27, 1943)
W. L. Brennan, Attorney
NOTICE OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT
Estate No. 2854
In the County Court of Holt
County, Nebraska. May 20, 1943.
In the matter of the Estate of
Nora G. Rock, Deceased.
All persons interested in said
estate are hereby notified that the
Administrator of said estate has
filed in this Court his final report
and a petition for final settlement
and distribution of the residue of
said estate; and that said report
and petition will be heard June
16, 1943, at 10:00 A. M., at the
county court room in O’Neill, Ne
braska, when all persons inter
ested may appear and be heard
concerning said final report and
the distribution of said estate.
LOUIS W. REIMER,
3-3 County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL)
(First publication June 10, 1943)
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 2989
In the County Court of Holt
county, Nebraska, June 3, 1943.
In the matter of the Estate of
Anna V. Jordan, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
hereby notified that .the time lim
ited for presenting claims against
said estate is October 1, 1943, and
for the payment of debts is June
3, 1944, and that on July 1, 1943,
and on October 2, 1943, at 10:00
o’clock A. M., each day, I will be
at the county court room in said
county to receive, examine, hear,
allow, or adjust all claims and
objections duly filed.
LOUIS W. REIMER.
5-3 County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL)
(First publication June 3, 1943)
LEGAL NOTICE
William N. Hawkins and all
persons having or claiming any
interest in Lots Three and Four
and the South Half of the North
west Quarter of Section Two.
Township Twenty-five, North,
Range Fourteen, West of the
Sixth P. M., Holt county, Ne
braska, real names unknown, de
fendants. are hereby notified that
on the 28th day of May, A. D„
1943, John Z. Widman and Velma
E. Widman, as plaintiffs, filed a
petition and commenced an action
in the District Court of Holt coun
ty, Nebraska, against you, the ob
ject and prayer of which is to
nave plaintiffs decreed to be the
absolute owners in fee simple of
Lots Three and Four and the
South Half of the Northwest
Quarter of Section Two, Town
ship Twentv-five, North, Range
Fourteen, West of the Sixth P.
For Reliable Insurance *j
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TREASURY TAX NOTES, Series A, provide a
practical way to handle income tax payments.
These notes come in denominations of $25,
$50, $100, $500, $1,000 and $5,000. They
pay interest of almost 2%. You can buy them
at any time and use them to pay your
Federal taxes. (They are also redeemable
for cash on demand.) As a suggestion, buy
them on a regular monthly plan, say a $25
note each month, or whatever denomination
is necessary to meet your quarterly tax pay
ments. They can be obtained from the Fed
eral Reserve Bank, or we shall be glad to
handle your order, without charge.
O’NEILL NATIONAL BANK
O’NEILL, NEBRASKA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
M. , Holt county, Nebraska, and to
have the title to and possession of
said premises forever quieted and
confirmed in plaintiffs; to have
the mortgage from Charles E.
Remington and wife to William
N. Hawkins, in the principal sum
of $2,208.40, dated September 3rd,
1917, and recorded in Book 119 at
Page 546 of the Real Estate Mort
gage Records of Holt county, Ne
braska, adjudged and decreed to
have been fully paid and satisfied
and no longer a lien upon said
premises and unenforceable and
barred by the Statute of Limita
tions of the State of Nebraska;
to have you, and each of
you, adjudged and decreed to
have no title to, lien upon or in
terest in said premises, or any
part thereof, and to forever enjoin
you from asserting any title to,
right, claim, lien or interest in
said premises or any part thereof
adverse to plaintiffs and to re
move the clouds cast upon plain
tiffs’ title by reason of your
claims.
You are required to answer said
petition on or before the 12th day
of July, 1943.
JOHN Z. WIDMAN and
VELMA E. WIDMAN,
Plaintiffs.
By Julius D. Cronin,
4-4 Their Attorney.
NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF
HOLT COUNTY. NEBRASKA.
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ESTATE OF ETHAN J. ALLEN,
DECEASED.
TO: ALL PERSONS INTER
ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF
ETHAN J. ALLEN, DECEASED:
You are hereby notified that on
the 5th day of June, A. D., 1943,
Mary Allen, the administratrix
herein, filed a petition in this
Court seeking authority to renew
a note to the O’Neill Production
Credit Association upon which
there is now due, including inter
est and closing fee, the sum of
$416.69, and to execute a new
note therefore and bind this es
tate for the payment thereof and
to secure the same by a mortgage
on 16 cows, 8 calves, 1 bull, 7
horses and the farm machinery
and equipment belonging to said
estate; said note to become due
December 1, 1943, and to draw in
terest at the rate of 4 Ms per cent
per annum after date.
That said petition will come on
before this Court for hearing in
the county court room in the
court house in O’Neill, Nebraska,
on the 16th day of June, 1943, at
ten o’clock A. M., at which time
all persons interested in this said
estate will be heard.
LOUIS W. REIMER,
5-1 County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL)
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Council Proceedings
O’Neill, Nebraska,
June 1, 1943.
Council met in regular session.
Present: Mayor Kersenbrock and
Councilmen Johnson, Yantzi, Mel
vin. Wallace.
Meeting was called to order by
the Mayor.
Minutes of the previous meet
ing read and approved.
City Treasurer’s statement for
the month of May read and ap
proved.
Upon motion the following bills
were allowed:
On General Fund
Chester Calkins-— $107.10
Bert Peterson- 88.10
Bob Cook_92.40
G. E. Miles..4.00
Roy Lowery _._ 50.00
Ed Dumpert_40.00
J. B. Grady_ 20.00
J. D. Cronin- 30.00
Chester Calkins-10.00
Bert Peterson_10.00
Bob Cook . 10.00
Roy Lowery-10.00
John Kersenbrock - 35.85
Lindberg Petr. Co-14.50
Omaha Printing Co-1.88
Herb Hammond-5.00
S. C. Smth . 28.00
Island Supply Co- 23.01
Arbuthnot Oil Co-. 12.04
R. H. Shriner -. 71.82
Consumers Public Power 233.80
The Frontier--25.10
On Water Fund
Jesse Scofield-107.10
Jesse Scofield_10.00
J. B. Grady_10.00
N. W. Bell Tel. Co_ 8.85
Petersburg Meter Co_32.98
Interstate Mach. Co_. 59.28
P. C. Donohoe_ 11.52
Consumers Public Power 11.00
Ralph Scofield_ 57.65
Motion by Johnson, seconded
by Melvin, that the City approve
the contract with Texaco Co. for
diesel motor oil for the next
year at the prices of 40 and 44
cents per gallon, tax exempt. Mo
tion carried.
Motion by Johnson, seconded
by Yantzi, that the insurance pol
icy, Firemen’s Insurance Co., No.
371, on the water tank, for
$8000.00, expiring June 6, 1944,
P. C. Donohoe, agent, be ap
proved.
Motion carried.
The council took up the matter
of preparing the Estimate of Ex
pense for the ensuing year.
The following is the estimate
of the expenses of the City of
O'Neill, Nebraska, for the fiscal
year commencing the first Tues
day in May, 1943, and ending the
first Tuesday in May, 1944:
Wages and salaries, as
provided for by
Ordinance _$ 2,000.00
Maintenance of police
department_ 4,000.00
Maintenance of water
works _ 1,200.00
Operation of water
works __— 5,000.00
Improvement of water
works . 6,000.00
Street lighting- 4,250.00
Street maintenance,
repair of walks,
and construction _ 4,000.00
Refunding bonds
interest _ 1,000.00
Refunding bonds,
sinking fund_ 2,500.00
Maintenance of
Fire Department_ 1,500.00
Maintenance of
sewers_ 1,500.00
Miscellaneous_ 2,800.00
Support of Band- 700.00
Intersection paving
bond sinking fund- 250.00
Interest on intersection
paving bonds_ 190.00
Paving warrants, Dist.
No. 3, and interest_ 2,000.00
Engineer’s expense - 500.00
Parks and grounds.-- 2,000.00
$41,390.00
Entire receipts of revenue for
the fiscal year ending the first
Tuesday in May, 1943, was as
follows:
Water collections-$ 7,821.99
Holt County Treasurer.. 18,935.00
Licenses, peddlers,
occupation tax . 2,758.58
Police judge_ 127.10
Miscellaneous- 742.88
$30,385.55
Upon motion the council ad
journed subject to the call of the
Mayor.
J. B. GRADY,
City Clerk.
(First publication June 10, 1943)
ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES OF
THE CITY OF O'NEILL
The following is the estimate
of the expenses of the City of
O’Neill. Nebraska, for the fiscal
year commencing the first Tues
day in May, 1943, and ending the
first Tuesday in May, 1944:
Wages and salaries, as
provided for by
Ordinance ...$ 2,000.00
Maintenance of police
department _„ 4,000.00
Maintenance of water
works _ 1,200.00
Operation of water
works_ 5,000.00
Improvement of water
works _ 6,000.00
Street lighting —_ 4,250.00
Street maintenance,
repair of walks,
and construction_ 4,000.00
Refunding bonds
interest _ 1,000.00
Refunding bonds,
sinking fund_ 2,500.00
Maintenance of
Fire Department_ 1,500.00
Maintenance of
sewers . .. 1,500.00
Miscellaneous_ 2,800.00
Support of Band_ 700.00
Intersection paving
Luncheon & Food Sale
First Door East of Golden Hotel
SATURDAY, JUNE 12
11:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M.
American Legion Auxiliary
bond sinking fund— 250.00
Interest on intersection
paving bonds-- 190.00
Paving warrants, Dist.
No. 3, and interest_ 2,000.00
Engineer’s expense- 500.00
Parks and grounds- 2,000.00
$41,390.00
Entire receipts of revenue for
the fiscal year ending the first
Tuesday in May, 1943, was as
follows:
Water collections-$ 7,821.99
Holt County Treasurer- 18,935.00
Licenses, peddlers,
occupation tax - 2,758.58
Police judge- 127.10
Miscellaneous- 742.88
$30,385.55
JOHN KERSENBROCK,
Mayor.
5-5 J. B. Grady, City Clerk.
BRIEFLY STATED
The Ladies of the Presbyterian
Guild will have a Rummage Sale
in the old Montgomery store
building, first door east of the
Golden Hotel on Saturday and
Monday, June 19th and 21st. 5-2
Mrs. Kay Tompkins of Inman
will review “The Robe” by Lloyd
Douglass on June 24th at 2:30
p. m., at a tea held at the home
of Mrs. Burgess. Circle No. 1 of
the Presbyterian church. 5-2
Pvt. Frank Block of Camp Mil
lard, Barcryus, Ohio, arrived home
Saturday for a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Block and
other relatives and friends.
Ed Hancock went to Grand
Island on Tuesday. He returned
home Wednesday.
Mrs. Fay Miles returned Tues
day from Valentine, where she
visited her sister, Mrs. Edna
Selden for several days.
M!r. and Mrs. Art Auker, of
Winside, spent Tuesday visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art
Cowperthwaite.
- Mr. and Mrs. Art Auker, of
Winside, called at the Halsey
Moses home Monday enroute to
Springview.
Donald Boshart, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Boshart who was re
cently inducted into the army,
is now located in the Quarter
master Corps, at Fort Warren,
Wyoming.
The Alpha Club met at the
home of Mrs. Harry Lansworth
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Claud Pettijohn and Mrs. Ed
Boshart were on the program.
Eight members answered roll call.
Mrs. Cora Bordd and Miss Ruby
Reed, of Winside returned to their
homes on Wednesday after visit
ing their sister, Mrs. Halsey
Moses.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Evans and
children, Bonnie and Richard, of
Omaha, came Monday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Halsey
Moses.
Miss Sharon Kay Egger, of
Columbus, arrived Monday to vis
it her grandmother, Mrs. Goldie
Liddy and other relatives and
friends.
Miss Emmy Lu Fisher returned
home Wednesday afternoon from
Menominee, Mich., where she
taught in the High school the past
year, and will spend her summer
visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
PUBLIC SALE!
As I am closing out and leaving
for the west coast, I will sell the
following described property at
public auction at my residence at
Redbird, Nebraska, on
Saturday, June 12
Commencing At Noon
27 Head of Sheep
14 Old Ewes 13 Lambs
Some Merchandise_
1928 Chevrolet Sedan
No rubber, in good running order;
2-wheel trailer, blacksmith vise,
some tools, oil barrels, oil pumps,
some lumber, gas engine, some
repairs, some hardwood fence
posts, some steel posts.
Household Goods
Two dressers, good Chase piano,
cook stove, oil stove, table, kit
chen chairs, fruit jars, lounge and
two rocking chairs.
Terms: Cash
JOHN WREDE
Col. James Moore, Auctioneer
Gibson, Clerk
Money to Loan
ON
AUTOMOBILES
TRUCKS
TRACTORS
EQUIPMENT
FURNITURE
Central Finance Co.
C. E. Jones, Manager
O'NEILL j NEBRASKA
F. J. Fisher. Mjfss Fisher has
been re-elected as a teacher for
the coming school year, at a sub
stantial increase in salary, which
proves that she gave satisfaction
to the patrons of the school.
Mrs. Helen Sirek received a
call from her son, Pvt. Ted Sirek.
Wednesday saying that he had
been transferred from Clearwater,
Florida, to Belleville, 111., for a
five months training period. He
is in the Army Air Corps.
Miss Sarah Sholes spent Sun
day in Inman visiting her mother,
Mrs. Violet Sholes.
Miss Lorraine Penne returned
Saturday from Elgin, where she
had visited relatives and friends
for a week.
Miss Della Hagensick left Wed
nesday for Denver, Colo., where
she will attend the Barnis Bus
iness College.
Bob Bachman of Phoenix, Ariz.,
arrived Sunday to visit relatives
and friends.
Phyllis Johnson left Monday
for Stanton, where she will spend
the week attending the Methodist
Youth camp.
Vivian Stevens and Marie
Geary are at Stanton this week,
as delegates to the Epworth Lea
gue convention. _
First Presbyterian Church
Kenneth J. Scott, Pastor
Sunday, June 13
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.
R. M. Sauers, Supt.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a. m.
Sermon: “The Larger Christ.”
Christian Endeavor, 8:00 p. m.
Leader, Margaret Jean Yantzi.
Wednesday, June 16: Christian
Endeavor business meeting and
hour of fellowship at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Yantzi, be
ginning at 8:30 p. m. sharp. This
is to be an organizational meet
ing. Let everyone be present.
Friday, June 18: Closing pro
gram of our Daily Vacation Bible
School at 8:00 p. m., in the church
auditorium. Everyone is cordially
invited to attend this program.
D. D. 4-H Club
The D. D. 4-H Club held a
meeting June 9th at the home of
Aleatha Howard. All members
except one were present. Slips
were inspected and styles and
colors of dresses to be worn by
each member were chosen. Plans
were made to attend judging and
demonstration school on June 17.
The lunch served by Aleatha and
her mother was grand. Aleatha
is our cooking champion of last
year and she well deserves the
title. In spite of the rain every
one had an enjoyable time and
are anxiously awaiting another
trip to Aleatha’s home. The next
meeting will be on June 23 at the
home of Twila Hicks.
NOTICE
The Holt County Board of
Equalization will meet at their
office in the court house in
O’Neill, Nebraska, June 15, 1943,
and be in session not less than
three days nor more than twenty
days. All complaints on valuations
or assessments must be made dur
ing this time.
JOHN C. GALLAGHER,
5-1 County Clerk.
# • #
BACK THE MEN BEHIND THE GUNSI
TODAY, in the J. C. Penney stores in all 48 states,
an army of over 50,000 is waiting to greet you.
In this army are veterans versed in the Penney
technique of service. And its ranks are filled with
eager recruits ... the able replacements for the 4,512
stars in the Penney service flag.
Fred Parsons in the shoe department is filling in
for a hero in Tunisia. Lucy Hunt, selling yard goods,
substitutes for a Navy Wave.
These new people—like the veterans—do a marvel
ous job! In a sense, they are soldiers—soldiers all!
For, you can’t do your best at a war job without
the proper clothing. And Penney’s and its people are
making every effort to provide you with the new
clothes you need. Clothing that’s sturdy—smart
thrifty—clothing for all the family.
There are over 1600 Penney stores but each is a
local institution. Each employs local people, pays
local taxes, caters to local tastes.
The people who work at Penney’s are folks you
have grown up with; their daughters and sons!
That is why you’ll feel at home at Penney’s!
Miss Helen Biglin of O’Neill
and Miss Marie Biglin and Miss
Mildred Piacitelli of Salt Lake
City, Utah, spent the week-end
in Winner, S. D., visiting rel
atives and friends.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere
and heartfelt thanks to the many
kind friends and neighbors for
their many acts of kindness and
sympathy extended us during the
illness and following the death of
our beloved mother. Your kind
ness will ever be held in grateful
remembrance.—Mr. and Mrs. Jos
eph F. Winkler and family; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Winkler and fam
ily; Mr. and Mrs. Casper Winkler
Winkler and family.
CARD OF THANKS \
We desire to express our heart
felt thanks to the many kind
friends and neighbors for their
many acts of kindness extended
and sympathy expressed dui ing
the illness and following the
death of our beloved wife and
mother. We especially desire to
express thanks to Rev. and Mrs.
Ingersoll and family for their
many acts of kindness. — U. G.
Shipman and Children.
NOTICE
On and after this date we will
remain open every night, week
days, until 9 o’clock p. m., to re
ceive farm produce.
June 10, 1943.
Connelly Cream Station.
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
" I can’t think of anything else you’ll need
for your Victory garden, Judge... you’ve
got pretty nearly everything.”
*‘I think so, too, John. Ever get your
asparagus patch going?”
" I gave that up last year, Judge. Tried it
six years in a row with no luck. Just haven’t
got the right soil, I guess?”
"Well, I |hink you’re wise, John...no
use keeping Qn trying things you know won’t
work. Just like prohibition. State-wide pro
hibition has been tried in this country
seventy-two times in the last ninety years.
It has been adopted forty-seven times in
the past thirty-three years and discarded
everywhere except in three states. Same
thing was tried in eight provinces in
Canada and in Norway, Sweden, Finland
and Russia but it was an admitted failure
and universally abandoned.
"The reason is prohibition does not
prohibit. All you get is bootleg liquor in
stead of legal liquor, plus no end of crime
and corruption.”
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Conference of Alcoholic Beverage Industries, Inc•