The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 09, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 10, Image 10

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HARRIS—Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Harris of Lynch, a son, weigh
ing 4 pounds 12 ounces, bom at
the Sacred Heart hospital,
Lynch. The couple has one other
son. Mrs. Harris is the former
Nadine Spencer and the grand
Sarents are Robert A. Harris and
Irs. Florence Harris, both of
Lynch, and Mrs. Lois Harris is
the great-grandmother.
FRIEDRICH — Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Friedrich of Lynch, a
daughter, bom Saturday, Sep
tember 27, at the Sacred Heart
hospital, Lynch. The Friedrichs
have two other children. Mr. and
Mrs. Cal Conklin of Lynch are
the great-grandparents and are
taking care of the two older
children.
KILMURRY — Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Kilmurry of Atkinson, a
daughter, weighing 6 pounds
15^ ounces, born Friday, October
3, at 8:30 p.m., in Atkinson Me
morial hospital. Mrs. Kilmurry is
the former Rosemary Troshynski.
The Kilmurrys have two other
daughters.
CASH— Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Cash of Lynch, a son, Patrick
Daniel, weighing 7 pounds, born
Thursday, September* 25, at the
Lynch hospital. Mr. Cash is the
Lynch high school athletic coach.
The couple has two other chil
dren. Mrs. Wayne Cash, sr., cf
Nemaha is assisting in the home.
LARSEN—Mr. and Mrs. A. C
Larsen of Chicago, 111., a son,
bom Friday, October 3, in a
Chicago hospital. Mrs. Larsen is
the former Donna Gallagher,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
M. Gallagher of O’Neill.
MITCHELL — Mr. and Mrs.
ChafHe Mitchell of the Green
Valley community, a son, Gary
Lee, weighing 8 pounds 14 ounc
es, bom Sunday, October 5, in
the Atkinson hospital.
ALDERSON — Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Alderson of Chambers, a
son, Mathew Evan, weighing 8
pounds, born Wednesday, Octo
ber lj at the Tilden hospital.
BACHMANN — Mr. and MrS.
Elmer Bachman of Butte, a
daughter, Marcia June, weighing
7 pounds 3 ounces, born recently
in Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch.
AHLERS—Mr. and Mrs. Laur
ence Ahlers of Naper, a daugh
ter, weighing 7 pounds 13 ounces,
born recently in Sacred Heart
hospital, Lynch.
JOHNSON — Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Johnson of Gross, a daugh
ter, Jeanene Kay, weighing 6
pounds 4 ounces, born recently
in Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch.
FLOYD COLE DIES
ORCHARD — Floyd Cole, 68,
died last Thursday at Orchard.
He had been a resident of the
Orchard and Royal communities
for 35 years. Survivors include
four children—Floyd and Jackie
of Pickstown, S. D.; Mrs. Alois
EVUnarik of Royal and Mrs. Elmer
Holm, also of Royal. There are
10 grandchildren.
Open House Noted—
CREIGHTON—Open-house was
observed Sunday at the Lund
berg Memorial hospital in
Creighton. This is a new 19-bed
hospital now under construction
at the west edge of Creighton. A
formal open-house will be held
at a later date.
HOSPITAL NOTES
SACRED HEART (Lynch)
' Admissions: Henry Schock of
Naper, medical, going home;
Charles Luber of Dorsey, medic
al, condition the same; Mrs. Har
old Swanson of Bristow; Mrs.
Elizabeth Cooper of Butte, med
ical, improving; John Cerveny of
! Niobrara, condition the same;
John L. Bainbridge of Bristow,
condition unchanged; Wilrner
Landholm of Spencer, medical,
improving; Mrs. Elmer Bach
mann of Butte and baby girl
Marcia June, good; Mrs. Laur
ence Ahlers of Naper and baby
girl, good; Mrs. Floyd Johnson of
Gross and baby girl, Jeanene
Kay, good; Geron Allen Jones
and Mrs. Glen Jones of Spencer,
good; Mrs. Raymond Havranek
of Lynch, medical; Mrs. Frank
Loock of Spencer, medical, going
home; Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gal
lop of Lynch, condition unchang
ed, good; Mrs. William Green of
Niobrara, medical, improving.
Wilma Harris of Lynch and Jan
et Kay Friedrich of Lynch, good.
Dismissals: September 30 —
Mrs. Raymond Friedrich of
Lynch; Pamela Rihanek of Mon
owi. October 1 — Mrs. Wayne
Cash of Lynch. 2—Mrs. William
Dix and baby boy of Butte; Mrs
Carl Olson of Bristow. 3—Mrs.
Katie Hrbek of Verdel; Melvin
Roth of Niobrara; George
Peters of Niobrara: Sidney
Greene of Lynch. 4—Mrs. Gene
Harris of Lynch. 5— Mrs. Jan
nettie Nelson of Center; Miss
Ardeth Loock of Spencer. 6 —
Leslie Joe Vraspier of Gregory,
S.D.
ST. ANTHONY'S (O'Neill)
Admissions: October 5— Mrs
George Winkler of O’Neill, med
ical. 7—Margaret Donohoe of O’
Neill, orthopedic. 8 — Carroll
Grenier of O’Neill, surgical.
Dismissals: October 3 — Mrs.
Bernard Spry and son of O’Neill,
maternity. 4—Larry Lieswaid of
Chambers, orthopedic. 6— Mrs.
George Winkler of O’Neill, med
ical. 8—Ralph Brown of Cham
bers, orthopedic.
Grover Shaw, Wife
on Extended Trip
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Shaw re
turned home Thursday after a
six weeks vacation through the
West.
They visited their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Shaw and family of Cow
ley, Wyo. While in Wyoming,
they took in the rodeo at Lovell
on August 24. At Cody they vis
ited the church which has the
paintings of the famous Catholic
artist, Grieware.
Other sights seen were: the
Shoshone Dam and Yellowstone
Park in Wyoming, the Craters of
the Moon in Idaho, the Blue
mountains of Oregon and the Mc
Nary dam in Washington.
At Richmond, Wash., they vis
ited their daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose
Rohde, and helped to celebrate
the birthday of their new grand
daughter, Colleeri, who wSg one
year old on September 13 They
stopped to see Mrs. Shaw”s broth
er, Thomas E. Carney, and at
tended the wedding of Mrs.
Shaw’s nephew, Thomas J. Car
ney to Miss Phyllis Ratsch in a
nuptial high mass at the Church
j of Christ the King with the Rev.
I John H. Schindler officiating.
On Sunday, September 23, the
Carney’s, Rohde’s, and Shaw’s
had a picnic dinner at the Saca
iaivea state park in Washington.
Leaving Richmond they went
to Kennewick, Wash., to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rector and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw took
the north route home through
the Black Hills.
HURT ON GRID
LYNCH—Sidney Greene suf
fered a fractured collarbone re
cently during football practice.
He spent several days in the hos
pital but is now able to be in
school wearing a shoulder cast.
This injury puts him out of foot
ball for the remainder of the
season. . . Mrs. Minnie Milaeek
is in Norfolk consulting special
ists. . . Wallace Moffett has been
on the sick list the past week. . .
Mrs. Joe Micanek, jr., returned
home from an Omaha hospital
where she underwent surgery. . .
I Mrs. Ed Johns received word
that her father, Pete Nelson, of
Grand Island, is on the sick list.
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I Teachers lo Convention—
St. Mary’s academy will be
closed Friday, October 10. The
teachers will attend the teachers’
convention in Omaha that day.
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1,500 Cattle — Biggest Calf Run
• There will be around 1,500 head of cattle, mostly yearling
steers, yearling heifers and calves at the sale today (Thurs
day). There are several carload lots. The calves—about 800 head,
biggest run yet—will be sold first. Balance will be butcher cattle.
• The embargo on hogs has been lifted, but hogs purchased
must be kept by the buyer for 21 days and kept segregated.
All hogs must be in the yards and unloaded before noon.
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Return from Extended Tour
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CHAMBERS — Mr. and Mrs..
Arthur Tangeman and Mr. and
Mrs. Ruben Peltier left Thursday,
September 4, fbr an extended
tour through the southern and
eastern states. \V/
Their first stop was in Waynes
ville, Mo., where they visited the
Tangemans’ son - in - law and
daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. Vernon
Schmidt. Vernon is stationed at
Ft. Leonard Wqcd, which is lo
cated near Wa^nesville.
After spending a couple of
days with the’ Schmidts, they
drove to Nashville, Tenn., where
Doreen Tangeman has been em
ployed since March. Leaving
Nashville September 9, accom
panied by Doreen, they drove
through the Smoky mountains.
The next stop was Fayetteville,
N.C., where they visited the Pelt
zers’ nephew and his wife, Pfc
and Mrs. Raymond Walter. Ray
mond is in the airborne division
stationed at Ft. Bragg, one of the
largest army camps in the U.S.
From there they drove to Clin
ton, Md:, where they called on *
one of Doreen’s friends, Mis. j
Ronald Sandlin, and then on in
to the nation’s capital where
they took a very iteresting tour
of the city including visits to the
white house, capitol building,
Smithsonian institute, art mu
seum, Lincoln and Jefferson me
morials and Washington’s monu
ment.
Driving from there to Balti
more, Md., they visited Pvt. Lar
ry Tangeman and his wife over
Sunday. Larry is stationed at Ft.
Holabird, Md.
Monday morning, September
15, they left for Stockton, N.J.,
where they spent a few days
with the George Unfried and
Mai families. They are cousins
of Mrs. Peltzer.
While there they enjoyed a day
at Asburry beach on the Atlantic
ocean and also spent a day view
ing sights in New York City.
Leaving there the next stop was
Glovfer, Vt., where relatives of
Arthur Tangeman live. They
\ I
spent a couple of days visiting
and sightseeing. One point of in
terest was an asbestos mine in
the Green mountains. From Ver
mont they drove to Niagara
Falls, *N.Y., where they took a
tour Which included both Amer
ican falls and the falls on the
Canadian side.
Leaving Niagara Falls the
mornirtg of September 25, they
drove ?,to Princeton, 111., where
they called on Clarence, Arthur
and Ida Larson, cousins of Mrs.
Tangeman. Continuing on to E)es
Moines, la., they visited the Wer
ner Huth family. They found the
Huth family packed and ready
to move to Chicago, 111. On Sun
day, September 28, they stopped
in Stanton for a short visit with
Mrs. Clara Peltzer, arriving back
in Chambers that afternoon.
They were on the road 25 days
and drove through 18 states, not
including the District of Colum
bia, covering a distance of 5,032
miles without car trouble.
SICK AND INJURED
CHAMBERS—Miss Elaine Dan
kert of Chambers is reported in
“good condition” at the Lutheran
hospital, Norfolk, after a minor
operation . . . Larry Lieswald was
hurt when a horse fell on him
Saturday. He was taken to the
St. Anthony’s hospital for x-rays
and treatment. . . Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Grimes visited their son,
Gleason, at the Children’s Me
morial hospital, Omaha, Thurs
day, October 2. They report a
“slight gain” in his condition. . .
Mrs. Paul Roth became ill re
cently while taking her husband
to Columbus for medical care.
Both are at the home of his
brother in Columbus where they
are “improving.” . . Ray Seery
was a patient at the Bassett hos
pital a few days last week. He is
now home and “improving.”
. . . Everette Wintermote return
ed from the Neligh hospital on
Thursday, October 2.
AMELIA—Mrs. , Stella Sparks
has been on the S$ck list several
days. Mrs. Henry' Travers is as
sisting Mrs. Sparks while she is
ill. . . Cpl. Bob Adams, who
has been home on sick leave,
left Saturday to return to Texas
where he may reenter an army
hospital. He stopped in Lincoln
to visit his sister, Joan Adair. . .
Mrs. Lloyd Waldo and infant
son, Bruce Lloyd, returned home
Sunday. They had been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Frank Seades,
in O’Neill since their release
from the hospital.
PAGE— Mrs. Charles Russell,
Mrs. Lloyd Fu&leman and Mrs.
George Wettlaufer drove to Sioux
City Saturday where Mrs. Rus
sell and Mrs. JTusslemban went
for medical cat*. . . Mrs. J. R.
Russell, Mrs. EXave Bowen, Mrs.
Elizabeth Cullen, Mrs. Emma
Canaday and Miss Maude Mar
tin called on Mrs. Floyd Wertz
Monday afternoon. Mrs. Wertz
has been ill for several days.
DELOIT—Elayne Reimer was
ill early this week and unable to
a+tend high school at Bartlett. . .
Royal Seaman was run-over by
a tractor and hospitalized at
Neligh. . . Baby John Sehi, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Sehi, re
turned to his home from a Nor
folk hospital last week. . . Patty
Elliot returned to her home from
a Norfolk hospital recently. She
i6 “progressing nicely,” but
spends much time in bed.
EWING—Mra. Sam Regan and
infant son, Patrick Lee, came
home last Thursday from St.
Catherine’s hospital in Omaha,
While enroute borne, Mrs, Regan
became ill and has been under a
doctor’s care at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Spitt
ler, in Ewing. Her condition is
“improving.” Patrick Lee is do
ing fine. •
O’NEILL—Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Kufahl, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Cavanaugh, jr., and family and
Miss Mary Lois Cavanaugh went
to Omaha Sunday to see Maurice
' Cavanaugh, sr.. who is hospitaliz
ed there. He is recovering as
well as can be expected. Mary
Lois remained in Omaha with
her mother, Mrs. Maurice Cavan
augh, sr.
INMAN*—Miss Grayce McGraw
returned to Atkinson Sunday
where she teaches after being iil
at her home here for a week.
Plan December Wedding—
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Russell
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Jacqueline Anne, to
A-3c Duane B. Sukup, son of Mr
and Mrs. Edward Sukup.
The couple plans a December
wedding.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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FOR SAALE: Purebred Hamp
shire boars and open gilts. Eli
■ gible for registry, veterinary
i vaccinated. Also young service
able Shorthorn bull. — Henry
Stelling, 2 miles* south Va west
of Orchard. 23-24c
BUSINESS
l OPPORTUNITY
BE A STANLEY hostess and re
i ceive beautiful and useful gifts,
! also free gifts for your guests.
, Fun for everyone. See or write
your Stanley dealer: Mrs. Dor
i othy Reynolds, box 193, Inman,
Nebr. 23-24
I WOULD like to take this means
of expressing my sincere
thanks to ^Tilliam (“Bill”)
Merriman for *hi$ kind deed of
pushing me five.miles into O’
Neill after mj1 oar had been
drained of gas in the early
morning hours of September
29. This was greatly appreti
clt 0ci
MRS. THELMA WIGGINS
FOR SALE: 1939 Chevrolet, 2
door sedan, motor just over
hauled, new tires, body solid,
will make an ideal school car.
Reasonably priced.—Call 162J.
23c
Frosh at Inman
Are Initiated
Institute Is Welcomed
by Hunters
INMAN—Friday was initiation
day in the Inman high school. A
dance in honor of the freshmen
was held in the evening in the
assembly and concluded the day’s
activity.
The junior class play will be
held the night of October 1.
Mrs. Bean has her charges work
ing daily on the play.
Teachers’ institute will be an
opportunity for sports enthusiasts
in the Inman school to “take a
shot” at the pheasants or ducks
in the early portion of the sea
son. Institute will be held on
Thursdav and Friday, October
23 and 24, and school will be
closed those two days.
Other Inman News
Mrs. F. E. Keyes and daughter,
Murl, of Valentine spent the
weekend here. They returned to
Valentine on Monday , and Tues
day Miss Murl planned to leave
for Arizona where she will spend
the winter.
Pat Hartigan of Alma spent the
weekend visiting his mother,
Mrs. Marye Hartigan.
Harlan Morsbach, Don Lines
and Lawrence Stevens, who are
employed at Rapid City, S.D,
spent the weekend visiting in the
David Morsbach, Dana Lines
and Bill Butterfield homes.
Larry Sawyer of Stuart spent
the weekend visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sawyer.
Jim Coventry and son,’ Bill,
and Art Tomlinson were in Plain
view Saturday on business.
Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ald
er and son, Ricky, were the fol
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lines
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Gor
gen and son, Mr. arid Mrs. Dana
Lines, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butter
field and family, Mrs. Bert Ko
oejtka and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Smith and Henry, Thurl
and Gerald Butterfield/ all of
Inman; Miss Mary Ann Kopejt
ka of Page; Don Lines and
Lawrence Stevens of Rapid City,
S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ko
pejtka of Washington were after
noon guests.
lvii. ana mrs. nowara Jackson
and family returned Wednesday,
October 1, from Oregon where
they had fpent two weeks visit
' ing relatives.
Mrs. Fred Dean of Lusk, Wyo.,
is spending a few days visiting
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson took
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hartigan to
their home in Norfolk Sunday.
The Hartigans had spent 10 days
in the Watson home.
Miss Hellice Stevens of Page
was a visitor in the James Cov
entry home Saturday.
Dr. Charles Tompkins of Om
aha spent the weekend visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Tompkins.
The Inman Commercial club
met Monday evening for a regu
lar meeting. A 7 o’clock dinner
was served at the home of Mrs.
Charles Luben for the members.
Merlin Luben of Bruno spent
the weekend visiting his family.
Harold Nielsen of Norfolk
spent the weekend visiting his
parents,. Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert
Nielsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gillogly
returned last week from Wash
ington and Idaho where they had
spent three weeks visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Cates and
Sandra and Randy and Mr and
Mrs. Donald Weisse of Lyons
spent Wednesday, October 1, vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. James Mc
Mahan.
Miss Faye Brunckhorst, Mrs.
James Coventry, Mrs. T. D. Hut
ton and Mrs. H. E. Smith went
to Atkinson Monday to get the
extension club lesson. The lesson
was on candlemaking.
Mrs. Eva Murten of Blair came
Monday to visit in the home of
Mrs. Anna Smith and with other
| relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clark and
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hutton spent
Monday evening in Ainsworth,
being called there by the serious
illness of Mrs. Clark’s and Mrs.
Hutton’s brother, Tom Berger.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith
and daughter, Susan Kay, of Ne
ligh spent Monday evening visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. John Mattson.
Mrs. Harry McGraw, Mrs. Lee
Conger, sr., and Mrs. David Mors
bach and Mary accompanied Mrs.
Ballantyne and Faye Irene of
Page to Bonesteel, S.D., Sunday
where they attended the RLDS
conference.
LEGAL NOTICE
(First pub. Oct. 9, 1952.)
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF
WILL
Estate No. 3859
COUNTY COURT OF HOLT
COUNTY, NEBRASKA.
ESTATE OF CHARLEY ROSS,
DECEASED.
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA,
TO ALL CONCERNED:
Notice is hereby given that a
petition has been filed for the
appointment of Frank Nelson as
executor thereof, which will be
for hearing in this court on Octo
ber 28, 1952, at 10 o’clock A.M.
LOUIS W. REIMER
County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL) 23-25c
STATEMENT OF THE OWNER
SHIP, MANAGEMENT. CIR
CULATION, ETC., REQUIRED
BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS'
OF AUGUST 24. 1912, AND
MARCH 3, 1933
Of The Frontier published
weekly at O’Neill, Nebr., for Oc
tober 1, 1952.
State of Nebraska, County of
Holt, ss.
Before me, a notary public in
and for the state and county
aforesaid, personally appeared
Carroll W. Stewart, who, having
been duly sworn according to
law, deposes and says that he is
the publisher of The Frontier
and that the following is, to the
best of his knowledge and belief,
a true statement of the owner
ship, management (and if a daily
paper, the circulation), etc., of
the aforesaid publication for the
date shown in the above caption,
required by the Act of August
24, 1912, as amended by the Act
of March 3, 1933, embodied in
section 537, Postal Laws and
Regulations, printed on the re
verse of this form, to wit:
1. That the name and address
of the publisher, editor, manag
ing editor, and business manag
er is: Carroll W. Stewart, O’Neill,
Nebr.
2. That the owners are Car
roll W. and Margaret O. Stewart,
O’Neill. Nebraska.
3. That the known bondhold
ers, mortgagees, and other secur
ity holders owning or holding 1
percent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other se
curities are: Bank of Hartington,
Hartington, Nebr.
4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 in
clude, in cases where the stock
holder or security holder appears
upon the books of the company
as trustee or in any other fidu
ciary relation, the name of the
person or corporation for whom
such trustee is acting; also the
statements in the two paragraphs
show the affiant’s full knowledge
and belief as to the circum
stances and conditions under
which stockholders and security
holders who do not appear upon
the books of the company as
trustees, hold stock and securi
ties in a capacity other than that
of a bona fide owner.
5. The average number of j
copies of each issue of this pub
lication sold or distributed,
through the mails or otherwise,
to paid subscribers during the 12
months preceding the date
shown above is 2,241.
CARROLL W. STEWART,
Sworn to and subscribed be
fore me this 8th day of October,
1952.
(Seal)
J. B. GRADY,
My commission expires July
14, 1956.
SOUTH OF STUART NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Moon were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Lambert of Chambers on
a vacation trip to the Black Hills,
S. D., from Wednesday, October
1, until Saturday, October 5.
Jonas Murphy of Bassett took
care of the Moon farm in their
absence.
Wednesday afternoon bridge
club met at the home of Mrs.
Bob Battenhorst October 1. Prizes
were awarded to Mrs. Wilbur
Moon and Mrs. Orville Paxton.
Each member of the club pre
sented Mary and Bob, who re
cently celebrated their 25th wed
ding anniversary with a card and
a silver dollar. A delicious lunch
was served at the closes of the
party.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wedige
and Donald of Atkinson were
Sunday, October 5, dinner guests
4,^
of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Paxton
and Larry.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boettcher
and son were callers at the Wil
bur and Fred Moon homes Sun
day afternoon, October 5.
Mike and George Ramold of
Atkinson were callers at the
Charles Deermer home Fridav,
October 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John
son were Sunday, October 5, din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Beck at Atkinson.
Cpl. Lavem Miller has return
ed to his base at Ft. Sill, Okla.,
after spending a 25-day furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Miller.
Mrs. Bob Mathews of O’Neill
o
spent a week recently visiting
her sister, Mrs. Bob Greenfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Slaymak
er and family attended a surprise
party at the Fred Zink home
Saturday evening, October 4. In
was Mr. Zink’s 69th birthday an
niversary. Mrs. Slaymaker is a
daughter of the Fred Zinks and
the family is now living on the
Pete Nelson farm.
Mrs. Anna Kaup, her son Joe
Kaup, Alois Kaup and Mrs.
Frank Steinhauser attended the
funeral of Herman Kriekmier at
West Point Thursday, October 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Galligan of
Atkinson spent Monday, October
6, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Batenhorst.
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E. L. Hood. O'Neill
i M. L. Harmon, O'Neill
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Mrs. R. Brookhauser, O'Neill
William Groihe, jr., O'Neill
Shirley Ross, O'Neill
Sharon Kallhoff. O'Neill
Mrs. Mary Price. O'Neill
Mrs. Don Enright, O'Neill
Mrs. Art Frahm, Page
Mrs. Harold Halstead, Redbird
Mrs. Await Spangler, O'Neill
Gordon Barla, Reabird
Mrs. Henry Sladek, Venus
Margaret Hoffman, O'Neill
Mrs. H. R. Rouse, Inman
Mrs. Ed Thomas. O'Neill
Nels Schultz, O'Neill
Kathleen Groihe, tmmet
Harry Sullivan, O'Neill
Kelley Myers, Stuart
waiter uevaii, u nem
Mrs. Norris George, O'Neill
Mrs. Orton Young, O'Neill
Mrs. Nellie Thomas, O'Neill
Mrs. Orville Neal, O'Neill
Dave Eby, O'Neill
Mrs. Ray Plessel, O'Neill
V. A. Tomlinson, O'Neill
Susan B. MargTitz, O'Neill
Freddy Eby, O'Neill
Mrs. D. A. Kersenbrock,
O'Neill
Francis Pribil, O'Neill
Mrs. Hairy Peter, O'Neill
John Schultz, O'Neill
Marvin Andersen, O'Neill
| William Storjohann, Spencer
Danny Putnam, O'Neill
R. L. Boschult, Lynch
Mrs. Fred Ernst, O'Neill
Mrs. Don Lowery, O'Neill
Mrs. Margaret Benash, O'Neiil
Mrs. Alvin Alton, O'Neill
Mrs. Gerald Harding, O'Neill
Mrs. Oliver Ross, O'Neill
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12 Pkgs.. 59c
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SAUSAGE lb 57c
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SLICED BACON 49c
ACORN
SQUASH Lb. 7c
VINE RIPENED
CAHTALQUPE Lb 9c
GREEN PASCAL
CELERY Lb. 10c
TOKAY
ifiRflPES 3lbs. 25 c
WE HAVE STORAGE YEARLY RATES:
LOCKERS for RENT-$7.50 $10.00 $12.50
We are equipped to handle your processing. Lockers may be rented monthly if preferred.
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
_ POULTRY, HOG & CATTLE FEEDS
NUTRENA 20% EGG CRUMBLES WILL BRING YOUR PULLETS INTO PRODUCTION
FASTER. GET THE MOST FOR YOUR "FEED DOLLARS" BY FEEDING NUTRENA EGG
CRUMBLES!
AVAILABLE FOR DELIVERY HOW
NUTRENA “BEEF CAKE” 22%, 32%, 41%
PROTEIN IN EITHER PELLETS OR CUBES
Let Us Quote You Our Price on Your Winter Supply
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