The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 09, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 8, Image 8

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ANNOUNCEMENT
The O’Neill Drive-In Theatre Will Be Open Weekends Only
Program (or This Weekend
FRI. - SAT. - SUN.
October 10-11-12
DONT MISS IT!
--- ---
— for —
mm - mtoiuy - an anas
“KING KONG”
*
STARRING
Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong with a Big Cast
If you want a thrill put on your red flannels, bring a
gun, and come out!
P.S.: Sissies and tightwads stay home.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: 8-room house in
Page, all modem, with a new
oirTurnace, known as the Jen
nie Holloway house. —Evelyn
Pugh, administratrix, c/o Mrs.
O. L. Reed, Page. 22-23p60
FOR SALE: Heavy duty under
slung, complete, also heavy
truck axles, wheels, rims, used
truck tires, etc. — Gerald O’
Connor, 8 miles north, 5 east
of Atkinson on No. 11.
21-23p85
FOR SALE: New shipment
chests of drawers, all sizes, all
finishes, from $14.95 to $32.50
—Midwest Furniture, West
O'Neill. -23c
MAYTAG
Sales & Service
YOUR new Maytag dealer in
O’NeilL
JACOBSON’S
First door south of O’Neill Natl.
Bank
SEED FOR SALE
Alfalfa - Brome - Clovers
Milo - Sudan
WE ALSO have early open pol
linated com, good germination.
We have new blue grass strip
pers for sale. BHC root worm
spray.— Koinzan-Jochum Seed
Co., Elgin. Itf
FOR SALE: 50 choice purebred
Spotted Poland China boars.
—Harmon Lichty, 3% miles
south of Creighton on highway
13. 22 tf
FOR SALE. Nebra seed wheat,
free from rye.—Sylvester Zak
rzewski, phone 509W, O’Neill
16tf
Used Car Specials
1—1941 Studebaker Champ., 2
dr hcst^r.
1—1940 Studebaker Champ., 2
dr., heater.
1—1939 Chev. 2-dr.
1— 1946 Ford tudor.
2— 1940 Ford tudors.
1—1946 Chev. %-ton pickup.
1—1946 Dodge 4-door.
1—1941 Studebaker 2-door.
1—1940 Studebaker 2-door.
1—1940 Ford tudor.
Cars all in good running order.
ON DISPLAY . . .
New 1952 black 4-dr. DeSoto “6”
on floor; also 2 DeSoto 4-door
Fire Domes, demonstrators.
Come in and see us for a real
bargain.
SMITH MOTOR CO.
PAUL SHLERK. Mgr.
Phone 562 — O’Neill
23c
FOR SALE: Tomatoes, $1 per
bushel.—Mrs. William Grothe,
Emmet. 22-23p60
FOR SALE: Large residence, 4
large rooms main floor, 4 bed
rooms on second floor, com
pletely insulated ceilings and
walls. Piped hot air furnace,
1 Vz lots.—R. H. (“Ray”) Shrin
er, O’Neill, phone 106. 22c
6 Carloads New
Corn Picker Bargains
G.I., Farmrite and David
Bradley
1-row pull type_$495
1- row semi-mounted for Ferggu
sons or Fords_$550
2- row mounted, will fit most all
tractors_ $595
2-row pull type-$695
Largest stock of parts for G.I’s,
Farmrite, David Bradley in
Nebraska.
Massey-Harris 2-row mounted or
self-propelled.
Used pickers of all kinds.
Shucking beds for Case, New
Idea, Farmrite, G.I., David
Bradley and Co-Ou-$149
Outlaw Implement Co.
Phone 373 O’Neill, Nebr.
23 tf
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FOR SALE: Good white face
buck. — Claude Keller, New
port. 23-24c6C
FOR SALE: One 2 M Interna
tional Harvester corn picker,
almost new. Only picked IOC
acres. I have quit farming and
will sell cheap. — Ed Vogel,
phone 2128, Stuart. 23-25cl0S
FOR SALE: SWV\ 26-30-11, gooc
4-wire fence, 110 acres of pas
ture. 50 acres of meadow with
running water. Pastured 3^
'cattle, cut 36 tons of hay anc
stripped 3,100 pounds of blue
grass this year.—Harry E. Res
sel, O’Neill. 23t
Used Items at
GAMBLES . . O’Neill
Moore bottle gas room
heater_$40.00
Montgomery Ward oil burner,
1947 model_35.00
Cole’s Hot-Blast oil burner 19.95
Coronado oil burner, 1941
model --- 24.95
Montgomery Ward 10-inch
oil burner_15.00
Coronada oil burner, 1941
model -_12.50
Book Case & Secretary- 7.50
1—Day bed_5.00
1—Davenport-5.00
This is a good, used, large size
dining room set, includes large
buffet, table, 2 hostess chairs,
2 dining chairs_100.00
FOR SALE: 1949 International
T-6 Crawler with B.E. Angle
Dozer, completely overhauled;
1945 M Farmall, overhauled
and ready to go; 1951 F6 Ford
truck. — Keating Implement
Company, Atkinson, Nebr. 23c
FOR SALE: All those wanting
glad bulbs this fall call for
them as we are leaving O’Neill
around the 18th to spend the
winter in Kansas. — Mr. and
Mrg. W. B. Lamb, O’Neill. 23
FOR SALE: Coleman oil heater,
just like new, 50,000 BTU ca
pacity, $54.95, delivered and
installed.— Jacobson’s, O’Neill,
phone 415. 23c
FOR SALE: Due to pasture and
feed shortage, I will sacrifice
my herd of 107 head of 18-mo.
old whiteface heifers. They are
sired by registered bulls and
will calve in October and No
vember. Choice at 20c; gate cut
at 18c; or make an offer to
winter them. — Write Ben Na
rey, Bazine, Kans. 23-24pl75
FOR SALE: 320-acre farm, good
improvements, REA, crop now
in but possession may be had
immediately.—CoL Ed Thorin
or CoL Vern Reynoldson,
O’NeilL brokers. 8tf
USED CAR
BARGAINS!
9 GOOD USED cars taken in on
new Willys and Kaisers the
past 10 days. All good, clean
cars. All have heater, part have
radios. Look them over, save
money!
BUICKS, FORDS, CHEVIES,
KAISERS, HENRY J’s
1936 to ’39’s—your choice.. $ 75
1940 & ’41’s—your choice._$175
1947’s — your choice_$695
1948’s — your choice_$795
1949’s — your choice_$895
1951’s — your choice_$1095
1946 Chevrolet truck, very clean,
16-ft. box, 2-speed axle, 8.25
I x 20 tires, all complete _ $695
1942 Dodge truck, ready for
use_$150
New Kaisers — Henry J’s —
Willys Cars — Willys Jeeps
& Pickups
Let us bid on your used car on
a new car. You always save by
trading at the Outlaw.
Outlaw Implement Co.
Phone 373 O’Neill, Nebr.
23 -24
FOR SALE: Servel gas refriger
ator, 12-months-old, 8-cu. ft.
deluxe with twin crispers and
adjustable shelves. Originally
$389.95, now $225, delivered
and installed.— Jacobson’s, O’
Neill, phone 415. 23c
FOR SALE: Regular $149.50
three pedestal solid oak drop
leaf table and 4 chairs, NOW
$119.50, delivered. — Midwest
Fum., West O’Neill. 23c
289 Gallons
PRESTONE
WHILE IT LASTS
TWO HUNDRED and Eighty
nine cents per gallon.
$2.89
New Deal Oil Co.
— O’Neill —
23c
■ FOR SALE: Purebred Angus
bulls, ages 6, 18, 30 months.
Priced to sell.—Wm. T. Stiz,
Burwell, Nebr. 19-26c
FOR SALE: 320 acre farm 12
milest northwest of O’Neill,
known as the Frank Heeb
place; 85 acres farmland, 50
acres alfalfa and prairie hay,
balance pasture, running wa
ter. Price $45 per acre.—Emil
Heeb, Atkinson. 22-23p85
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FOR SALE: 40% Cattle Ranse
Feed. $108 per ten. Fall d''v<r
erv. Price protection ap^st
advance and decline.—Corkle
Hatchery Warehouse, O’Neill.
15tf
t
FOR SALE: Regular $79.50 Firth
all wool 9x12 room size rugs,
Now $59.50. —Midwest Fum.,
West O’Neill. 23c
FOR SALE: Used truck tires,
most sizes. — Knievel’s Store,
10 miles south of Ewing.
20-23cll0
FOR SALE: A number of very
choice residential building lots
in O’Neill.—Bill Bowker Real
ty, O’Neill, phone 52. 23c
FOR SALE: Several well
located building lots. — R. H.
(“Ray”) Shriner, O’Neill, phone
106. 22tf
ANYONE wanting to buy or sell
town or farm property in Holt
or Antelope counties contact
Bill Bowler Realty, O’Neill,
phone 52. lOtf
Holt County
License Directories
HAVE JUST been printed. Or
ders can now be taken at $1
each. For mailing allow an ex
tra 10 cents. Be sure to send
your name and address. The
directories will be good for
1952 and 1953 since next year
metal tabs will be placed on
the present license plates.
Send your order now or come
in and buy your directory at
THE FRONTIER
Box 330—O’Neill
Phone 531 20c
USED CAR
B-A-R-G-A-I-N-S
1—Studebaker pick up with
stock-rack, good condition.
1—1948 Frazer.
1—1951 Dodge 4-dr., nearly new.
1—1948 Mercury convertible,
fair condition.
TWO NEW Pontiacs are on our
floor—one a two-tone blue de
luxe 4-dr. hy drama tic “8”; one
a deluxe green hydramatic “8”
2-dr.
Wm. Krotter Co.
of O’NEILL
Phone 531 23c
FOR SALE: Still have some real
good yearling Hereford bulls.—
—S. R. Robertson, phone 6F11,
O’Neill. 4tf
FOR SALE: I have 3 modem
residence properties for sale.
Would you like to see them?—
R. H. Parker, O’NeilL 50tf
FOR SALE: Insurance of all
kinds. — See R. H. (“Ray”)
Shriner, phone 106. 39tf
CITY LOANS: R. H. Parker,
O’Neill.7tf
JUST RECEIVED our new fall
shipment of New Home sewing
machines, 6 styles of desks and
consoles to choose from,
$119.50 to $199.50. —Midwest
Furniture, O’Neill, ph. 348-J.
‘ 23c
FOR SALE: Gladiolus bulbs in
season. No Sunday sales. —Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Lamb, O’Neill,
near water tower. 22-23p
FOR SALE: Just listed, two
lovely small' homes, well-lo
cated and can be bought for
the money. Terms can be ar
ranged.—R. H. (‘Ray’) Shriner,
O’Neill, phone 106. 22c
FOR SALE: Breeding ewes. —
Lloyd Kyner, phone 2301,
Long Pine, Nebr. 12-30c
FOR SALE: Avail yourself of
the opportunity to choose from
13 choice residential building
lots, all in one block, near city
park, close to schools, postof
fice, etc.—Bill Bowker Realty,
O’Neill, phone 52. 23c
MISCELLANEOUS
Jacobson’s . . . O’Neill
Repair All Makes of
WASHING MACHINES
SEE ME for insurance—the most
for your money!—Ed Thorin,
O’Neill, phone 454-J, box 646
Long Term
L-O-A-N-S
Pre-Payment Privileges
ELKHORN VALLEY
NATIONAL FARM ASS'N
4% Federal Land Bank
O’Neill, Nebr.
Lyle P. Dierks, Sec.-Treas.
FARM LOANS: R. H. Parker,
O’Neill. ' 7ti
GIVE YOUR exposed roll films
to Elwood Brady, Atkinson,
for guaranteed 2-3 day out-of
town processing. Kodak film,
photographic supplies and
cameras. 5tf
MONUMENTS of lasting beauty
made by skilled craftsmen of
the J. F. Bloom Co. . . . monu
ments from the factory to the
consumer. — Emmet Crabb,
O’Neill, phone 139-J. 37tf
L. Guthmiller
REPAIR SHOP
Half-block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kinds of
automobile, truck and tractor
repair. Acetylene welding.
WE HAVE inquiries for farms
and ranches. Let us have your
listing.—Thorin & Reynoldson
Auction Service, O’Neill. 8c
EXPERT
Body - Fender
REPAIRING
COMPLETE up - to - date shop,
equipped and experienced for
all makes of cars. Also paint
ing, spot work, glasses install
ed. Free estimates. 24 - hour
wrecker service.
WICH'S BODY SHOP
219 Douglas St. Phone 211-W
FOR BRIGGS & STRATTON,
Lawson and Clinton engines
service and genuine parts call
at Vic Halva’s Electric Shop,
O’Neill. 41tf
THE HOLT SOH,
CONSERVATION DISTRICT
OFFERS ITS
SERVICES
1. The best in cleaning of grass
or legume seed at the lowest
prices.
2. We will sell your grass or le
gume seed for top prices on a
commission basis.
3. We have trees and seed avail
able for spring needs.
If you plan to draw a PMA pay
ment for grass seeding or tree
planting next spring, or if you
want to get a loan on your
grass or legume seed, it will
be money in your pocket to
contact the local Soil Conser
vation District NOW.
Phone 23
Office Open Every Thursday
Courthouse Annex Basement
23-28c
I HAVE some buyers for cattle
ranches, any size. I have some
buyers for farms, any size.
Right now is a good time to
sell ranches and farms. I also
have some buyers for city
homes.—Write to R. H. Parker,
O’Neill, Nebr. 23tf
I LOAN MONEY on farms and
ranches and also on city prop
erty. Write — R. H Parker,
O’Neill, Nebr. 7tf
WE NEVER SLEEP
A PHONE CALL brings us on
the run. Phone 404-W
J. V. MOTOR
Jim Atkinson - Vernon Strong
Used Car Parts, Car Repairing
Acetylene Welding
North 7th O’Neill, Nebr
_ 9c80
SEE Ralph Simpson for your
electric wiring. Formerly with
Lester Electric. Itf
HUNT’S
PLUMBING & HEATING
FARM & COMMERCIAL
American Kitchens
White Water Heaters
(Next door Asimus Motors)
Phone 399 — O’Neill tf
COMPLETE
Auction Sales
SERVICE!
Advertising, auctioneering, clerk
ing ... let us take care of the
details. Call or see
ED THORIN, O’Neill
or
LEIGH &
VERNE REYNOLDSON
O’Neill, Phone 2
Insurance of AH Kinds
LICENSED REAL ESTATE
BROKERS
_ 18tf
HALVA’S ELECTRIC^HOP"
Generator & Motor Winding
New and Used Motors
for Any Job 25tf
WANTED
WANTED: Hay and pasture for
1953.—Jim Corkle, O’NeilL
18-25pl.7o
WANTED: Blue grass seed. We
buy in the rough or will do
custom threshing. We also buy,
sell and clean alfalfa and clo
vers. — Koinzan-Jochum Seed
Co.. Elgin, phone 132J. 26tf
WANTED: Flocks to furnish
hatching eggs for 1953 season
—Corkle Hatchery, O’Neill.
18-25p2.00
WATCH and jewelry repairing,
crystals and Ronson lighter re
pairs while you wait — Clift
Jewelry, O’Neill. 29tf
_ . ....
J-V MOTOR, O’Neill, buys iron
and metal- No. 7th St 13ctf
WANTED TO BUY: Late model
wrecked cars.—J-V Motor Co.,
O’Neill. 21c
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Floor polisher and
waxer.—Spelts-Ray Lbr. Co.
47tf
FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart
ment, 3 rooms plus kitchenette
and bath. All modern. Close in.
— Hagensick Ladies Wear,
O’Neill. 19tf
FOR RENT: Small store building.
See—R. H. Parker, O’Neill. 7tf
FOR RENT: Sanders for floor
and furniture. — Spelts - Ray
Lbr. Co. 47tf
FOR RENT: Furnished apts.—
A. E. Bowen, phone 322 W,
O’Neill. 23tf
FOR RENT: Three-room house
with bath. — R. H. (“Ray”)
Shriner, O’Neal, phone 106. 22c
FOR RENT: 3-room apartment,
reasonable. — Tony Asimus,
O’Neill. 23c
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house,
partly furnished, located at
624 E. Clay.—Lester Oetter or
see Roy Parker, O’Neill.
23-24p65
LOST
LOST: Billfold. Reward for its
return to Circle Tavern, O’
Neill. 23p35
CARDS OF THANKS
I WISH to express my sincere
thanks for the many cards, let
ters and gifts sent to me while
in the hospital. 23c
MRS. D. D. DE BOLT
OUR HEARTFELT thanks to all
who extended comforting sym
pathy and help in our recent
sorrow. For the beautiful ser
vice, floral offerings, and oth
er kindnesses, we are deeply
grateful.—Mrs. Charley Ross,
Clarence Ross, Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Ross and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Ross and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wyant and family, Mr. and
Cecil Miller and family. p50
Gets Navy Exam—
CHAMBERS— Harold Young
left Sunday for Omaha for his
preinduction physical examina
tion for navy service. His par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Young, took him to Omaha. They
spent Sunday night with rela
tives at Wausa going to Omaha
Monday. Harold went to Omaha
several weeks ago to take his
physical tests but was sent home
to report in October because of a
filled quota at that time.
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Lamb
plan to leave O’Neill within a
fortnight and spend the winter
near Topeka, Kans., with their
daughter, Mrs. Paul Lucas, Rev
erend Lucas, and family. They
will be taken to Kansas by their
son, Robert, of Wayne.
»
EWING NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Krachie
left Sunday for a vacation trip to
Minnesota where Bob hopes to
find some good fishing in spite
of unfavorable weather reports.
The cool breezes from the
northwest which arrived i n
Ewing Saturday afternoon
brought freezing temperatures to
the vicinity over the weekend.
This is the first general freeze
for the autumn season with new
records in temperature in sev
eral localities in Nebraska.
Mrs. Hazel Kimes is new em
ployed at the Ewing dry goods
store, beginning her duties last
week.
Mrs. Vance Anson is now as
sisting in the Gibson store.
The boys of the fourth and
fifth grades of the Ewing school
were invited on Saturday to the
home of Robert Tams in north
Ewing to join Jerry Tams in
celebrating his ninth birthday an
niversary. Bingo and other ini
door games provided amusement
for the group. The birthday
table was centered with a candle
lighted cake flanked by tall
candles, a color scheme of green
and yellow was carried out. Ice
cream and individual candle
lighted cup cakes were served for
refreshments. Mrs. Tams was
assisted by her daughter, Carolyn
and Lenore Tuttle. The honored
guest received gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Saiser re
turned home Sunday from Om
aha where they had spent a
few days visiting relatives.
Miss Blanche Graham of Cedar
Rapids was a guest on Saturday
at the home of Mrs. R. B. Crellin.
Miss Graham formerly taught in
the Ewing public school. Miss
Graham brought greetings from
the Pennington family. J. C.
Pennington teaches this year in
the Cedar Rapids schools.
Mr. and Mrs. Jiarl Pierson spent
Sunday at Cedar Rapids where
they‘were guests at the home of
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pribnow and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker and
son Bobbie spent Sunday in Sioux
City.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vandenberg
o<f Boulder, Colo., were recent
guests at the home of his sister,
Mrs. Caroline Sanders.
Mrs. Thomas J. Shecham re
turned to her home in Omaha on
Wednesday, October 1, after an
eight-day visit at the VanZandt
home. Mrs. Shecham is conva
lescing from a recent major op
ration.
Mrs. Florence Butler was hos
tess at a 6 o’clock dinner at the
M&M! cafe in O’Neill Saturday
evening, September 27, to the
following guests, Mrs. Thomas J.
Shechem of Omaha, Hazel Ruby,
Elsie Chase and Miss Anna Van
Zandt
Misses Hazel Ruby and Elsie
Chase, accompanied by Mrs. Flor
ence Butler, Miss Anna Van
Zandt, Mrs. Thomas J. Shechem
were Neligh visitors on Monday
evening, September 29.
The first meeting of the Thurs
day bridge club was held at the
home of Mrs. Sis Ebbengaard on
Thursday afternoon, October 2.
Mrs, William Spence, Mrs. M. B.
Huffman and Mis-s Frances Roth
erham were guests. Score winner
were Mrs. Lyle Dierks and Mrs.
M. B. Huffman. Refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eacker ac
companied by Mrs. Allan Pollock
attended pancake day in O’Neill
on Tuesday, September 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gibson
spent Sunday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Cleveland in Neligh.
The Band Mothers’ club jnet
Thursday evening at the school.
Mrs. Ewald Spahn, president,
presided at the business session.
The main topic for discussion
was the purchase of band uni
forms. It was decided to have a
dinner October 20, for the pur
pose of raising funds for this
..
purpose. Band master, Paul
Cooper was present
Guests over the week end at
the home of JMBr. and Mrs. N. A.
Bergstrom were their daughter
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Wagoner and Mr. Bergstrom’s
brother, Stanley Bergstrom all
om Hastings.
Mrs. Arnold Gragert and infant
son, Steven Leroy of St. Peters
burg, accompanied by Mrs. Fired
Gragert, were guests at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Rotherham on Wednesday, Oct.
3*
Go to Cushing—
CHAMBERS— Mrs. Valo Ed
wards and daughter, Mrs. Kelly
of Missouri, who has been visit
ing her left on Sunday for
Cushing to visit the former’s
sons and daughters-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Edwards,
and family. Raymond came for
them. Mrs. Kelly will return to
her home in Missouri from there.
Honored at Farewell—
CHAMBERS—A farewell din
ner honoring Harold Young was
held at the Clarence Young hopie
Sim day, October 5. Present for
the occasion were Mr. and Mrs.
John Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Mitchell of Belden, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Mitchell and family and
: Mr. and Mrs. Lavera Hoerle and
children.
PAGE NEWS
A no-host dinner Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar
Stauffer honored Mr. and Mrs.
Dean French and son and Mrs.
Clifford French of Lamborton,
Minn. Others present were Mr.
and Mrs. John Stauffer, sr., Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Tegeler and
Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Merwvn
French, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stauf
fer and son and Mr. and Mrs
Marvin Stauffer and family.
Mrs. Elmer Trowbridge and
Judith drove to Norfolk Wednes
day, October 1. They were ac
companied by Mrs. Merwyn
French and Mrs. George Clasey
who attended the first thousand
plate luncheon of the rural
homemakers.
Mrs. Jerry Asher and her fa
ther, Lloyd Fussleman, left Fri
day morning for Ft. Smith, Ark.,
where Pvt Jerry Asher is sta
tioned. Mrs. Asher will remain
there about eight weeks or until
Private Asher is transferred. Mr.
Fussleman returned home the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorensen
entertained at a dinner Sunday
honoring the birthday anniversa
ries of their daughters, Karen,
whose anniversary was October
7, and Georgia, whose anniver
sary was October 8. Guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sorensen, sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sorensen, jr.,
and Glenda and Mr. and Mrs.
Nils Linquist and family.
—--- ^
O’NEILL LOCALS
Mrs. Mike Smith of Tekamah
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Miller to Belleville, HL, to visit
A/3c and Mrs. Duane Miller and
their new grandson, Kenneth Al
len.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Shaw at
tended the mission Saturday at
St. Peter's Catholic church in
Ewing.
Mr. and Mrs. James Banks
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Davidson.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hull
and family of Sioux City were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. Baker.
Mrs. Luella Boschult and dau
ghter of Tilden and her son and
(family of near Lynch visited at
the W. B. Lamb home Saturday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mull of
McCook moved into the Carl and
Ann Asimus house September 28.
(Mir. Mull is employed by the
Burns Eng. Co. which has con
tracted to build an REA line in
the area.
Mrs. E. J. Eby is spending this
week in Springview visiting the
Harvey Mauck residence.
Methodist WSCS booth festival
and turkey dinner November 8.
23c
CATTLE
AUCTIONS
AT
ATKINSON
Every
MON. and TOES.
Sale Starts 10:30 JLM.
MONDAYS
Calves and Lightweight
Yearlings Will Be Sold
TUESDAYS
All Other Classes of Cattle
Will Be Sold
This will enable us to handle
your consignments better and
sell them at a better hour during
the heavy marketing season.
List your cattle early so we
have them on our list for coining
sales and can advertise them
throughout the eastern cattle
.feeding states.
WE WILL HAVE THE BUYERS
Your consignments will be
appreciated
PUREBRED
Yor kshire Boars
FOR SALE
Your Choice.. $100
Steel Creek Stock Farm
RAY SIDERS, Owner — Inman, Nebr.
17 miles north of Page or
24 miles northeast of O'Neill
DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED
“ONE HOG OR MORE!”
CATTLE - HOGS - HORSES
Prompt Sanitary Service
Call Long Distance and
Ask for ENTERPRISE 1000
(No Toll Charge for Enterprise Calls)
ATKINSON ■ O’NEILL RENDERING
SERVICE
O’NEILL, NEBR.
(Owned by Valley Rendering, Ord. Nebr.)
16TH ANNUAL HOLT COUNTY
4-H & Stocker - Feeder
CALF SHOW & SALE
SHOW 9 A.M. SALE 1:30 PJM.
To Be Held Al
O’NEILL, NEBR.
on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15
• We will have 100 head of stocker-feeder calves consigned
by Holt county 4-H members. Ranchers and farmers
having 4-H calf prospects will consign 100 head for the show
and sale. These calves will be shown in pens and sold in
singles or lots of five.
• Premiums will be given to three top groups and individ
uals. This is another opportunity to get top price for
quality calves, assist the 4-H club work in Holt county and
advertise the cattle in Holt county.
• List calves with either Lyle Dierks or Neil Dawes.