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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1952)
GOSWICH — Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Goswich of LaMarque,
Tex., a son, Robert James, weigh
ing 9 pounds 8 ounces, born on
Thursday, October 9, at La
Marque. Mrs. Goswich is the for
mer Betty Bolen, daughter of
Mrs. Warren Threllheld of La
Marque. Mrs. Harry Dempsey is
WEIS—Mr. and Mrs. LaVem
Weis of Hollywood, Calif., a son,
Michael Allen, weighing 7 pounds
and 9 ounces, born Wednesday,
October 1. Mrs. Weis is the grand
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Haynes of Page. Mr. and Mrs.
Weis have two daughters, Connie
HEMENWAY—Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Hemenway of Deloit, a
son, weighing 8 pounds, bom
Tuesday, October 7, in the Tilden
hospital. The mother is the for
mer Mildred Thiele of Deloit.
The father presently is in the
armed forces stationed in Ger
JANOUSEK — Mr. and Mrs.
George Janousek of O’Neill, a
son, James, weighing 7 pounds
1 ounce, born Thursday, October
9, The Janouseks have one otner
child, a daughter. James is a
grandson of Mrs. Lod Janousek
and the late Lod Janousek of
TUSHA—A-2c and Mrs. Marlin
Tusha of San Marcos, Tex., a
daughter, Genelle Kay, born
Tuesday, October 7, at San Mar
cos. .The mother is the former
Donna Faye Brookhauser, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brook
hauser of Middlebranch.
BARTAK—Mr. and Mrs. Char
les R‘. (“Bud”) Bartak of Deloit,
a son, Charles, weighing 7 pounds
12 ounces, born Friday, October
10, in the Neligh hospital. The
infant will be the fourth in direct
line to reside on the Charles Bar
REDLINGER — Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Redlinger of Page, a son,
Oral John, weighing 9 pounds and
4 ounces, born Saturday, October
11, at the O’Neill hospital. Mr.
and Mrs. Redlinger have two
YOUNG—Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Young, 817 N. Locust st, Grand
Island, a daughter, Linda, weigh
ing 7 pounds 4 ounces, born Mon
day, -October 6, at Grand Island.
Mrs. Young is the former Ruth
Harris of Ewing
HELMER—Mr. and Mrs. Dan
ny Helmer of O’Neill, a daugh
ter, weighing 6 pounds 14 ounces,
bom Tuesday, October 14. This
.-■■i —- - -
is the first girl to be bom at the
St. Anthony’s hospital.
PRIBIL—Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Pribil of O’Neill, a son, weighing
8 pounds 2 ounces, born Monday,
SICK AND INJURED
STUART—Mrs. Robert McCart
ney of Bassett and her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Moss, re
turned Thursday, October 16,
from Rochester, Minn., where Mr.
Moss received medical treatment.
. . . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zink are
in Cincinnati, Ohio, visiting with
a sister of Mr. Zink, Mrs. Flor
ence Downey, who has been very
ill. Her condition is improving.
Mrs. Downey will be remembered
here as Florence Zink and was
Holt county superintendent of
schools at one time. The Zinks
will also visit a brother, E. R.
Zink. . . Gail King of Valentine
was suddenly taken ill and un
derwent surgery at the Valentine
hospital. The children are stay
ing with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Hytrek, while
their mother helps care for their
father. Mr. King’s condition is
PAGE — Mr. .and Mrs. Ralph
Brostrom drove to Grand Island
Friday evening. Saturday morn
ing Mrs. Brostrom submitted to
a major operation at St. Francis
hospital. Her condition is satis
factory. Mr. Brostrom returned
to Page Sunday evening. . . Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Snyder accom
panied Mrs. Tom Sinnard and
A/3c Ross Fink to Grand Island
Sunday. Mrs. Snyder entered St.
Francis hospital that evening and
submitted to a major operation
, Monday morning.
EWING— Mrs. Ralph Eacker,
Mrs. Thomas Eacker and daugh
ter, Linda, went to Omaha on
Wednesday, October 8, to consult
; a doctor pertaining to Linda’s
health. She has been ill for the
! past three weeks. . . Mr. and
Mrs. Orval Connor of Norfolk
were calling on friends and rel
atives in Ewing on Saturday.
They were enroute to O’Neill to
visit Mrs. Connor’s father, who
is a patient in the O’Neill hospi
O’NEILL—County Sheriff Leo
Tomjack will return this weekend
from St. Joseph’s hospital, Omaha,
where he submitted to surgery on
Friday. . . Joe Schollmeyer is re
ported “up and feeling much
better.” . . Mrs. John Matthews
is in “good condition” in Our La
dy of Lourdes hospital, Norfolk,
where she has been a patient for
DELOIT —■ Merlin Shrunk fell
out of a tree while playing at
school last Thursday. His wrist
bone was chipped and was put in
a cast. . Ferdinand Hupp, jr., was
thrown from a horse and suffered
a broken hip. . . Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Elliot took their daugh
ter, Patty, to Omaha on Friday to
consult a doctor. Patty is recov
ering nicely from a polio attack.
CELIA—Mrs. Frank Kilmurry
and new daughter, Theresa Ma
rie, came home Wednesday, Oc
tober 8, from Atkinson Memorial
hospital Mrs. Leo Schneider is
staying a the Kilmurry home and
helping with the work.
SOUTH OF STUART—Mr. and
Mrs. Art Givens went to Grand
Island Sunday to see their daugh
ter, Lois, who is a polio patient
at the St. Francis hospital. Mrs.
Givens planned to stay this week
INMAN—Mrs. Milo Gorgen
underwent major surgery at a
hospital in Rochester, Minn., or.
Friday. She is “doing well.” Mr.
Gorgen and her mother, Mrs.
Dana Lines, are in Rochester
EMMET—Wayne Fox is in St.
Vincent’s hospital, Sioux City,
where he had submitted to an op
eration for appendicitis. He was
stricken while on his way to
Sioux City late Friday night
with a trailer truck of hay.
OPPORTUNITY—Mr. and Mrs.
Phillip Lee recently took their 4
year-old son to an Omaha spe- 1
cialist. The lad is suffering from
nephritis. They returned Tues
day, October 7.
BUTTE — A report from the
Lutheran hospital, Norfolk,
states that Mrs. Eliza Cooper of
Butte is “improving.”
LYNCH—Mr. and Mrs. Vince
Jehorek and Martin Jehorek
were in Norfolk Thursday where
they consulted doctors.
ST. ANTHONY'S. (O'Neill)
Admittances: October 9—Mrs.
George Janousek of O’Neill, ob
stectrical. 10—Lawrence Fuller
of Fremont, medical; Austin
Hynes of O’Neill, medical; Simon
Bosn of O’Neill, medical; Mrs.
Reuben Redlinger of Page, ob
stetrical. 11 — Mrs. Mabel Gatz
of O’Neill, medical. 12—Mrs. M.
J. Golden of O’Neill, medical
Mrs. Ruth DeLong of O’Neill,
medical; Mrs. Carol Pribil of O’
Neill, obstetrical. 14—Rick Allen
of Page, surgical; James Janou
sek of O’Neill, nursery; Mrs.
Danny Helmer of O’Neill, obstet
rical. 15—Mrs. Kenneth Heiss of
Dismissals: October 10—Mar
garet Donohoe of O’Neill. 11 —
Simon Bosn of O’Neill; Lawrence
A. Fuller of Fremont (expired).
12— Mrs. Marie Karo of Stuart.
13— Austin Hines of O’Neill. 14_
Mrs. George Janousek of O’Neill
Carroll Grenier of O’Neill; Mrs.
Reuben Ftedlinger and baby of
Page. 15—Rick Allen of Page
Mrs. Ruth DeLong of O’Neill.
In hospital: Mrs. M. J. Golden
of O’Neill, good; John Arthur
Smith of O’Neill, good; W. J
Brown of O’Neill, fair; Mrs. Lou
ise Perkins of Chambers good
Mrs. Mabel Gatz of O’Neill, good-’
Mrs. Carol Pribil and son of O’
Neill, good; Mrs. Danny Helmer
and daughter of O’Neill, good
Mrs. Kenneth Heiss of Page,
Allen M. Zempel of Grand Is
land and Miss Delores Ann
Kemper of Grand Island, October
Robert John Pereogoy of Em
met and Miss Helen Kathryn
O’Conner of Emmet, October 14.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT: Two large sleeping
rooms.—Mrs, H. D. Grady,
O’Neill, phone 269J. 24p35
FCR SALE: Medium-sized oil
burner, good condition.—Rev.
M. H. Grosenbach, O’Neill,
phone 489-J 24c
- J» . —■ ..'W- mm ■ —bunt M I
FOR SALE: 13-in. Estate Heat*
rola.—Phone 321-J. 24c
_ FOR SALE^
DUROC BOAR and GILT SALE
SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1952
50 HEAD of Duroc boars and
gilts sired by Flashy Ringlead
er, 1951 South Dakota junior
champion and reserve grand
champion. Sale will be held at
the farm 1 mile west, 316 miles
south of Spencer.
F. W. LOOCK & SON
SPENCER, NEBR. 24-25c
Models A, G Tractors.
No. 200 Com Pickers.
No. 953 Trailer Wagons & Boxes.
1943 B John Deere Tractor.
1939 B John Deere Tractor.
1936 A John Deere Tractor,
i 4950 Ford Tractor.
F20 IHC Tractor.
2-Row M&M Com Picker.
2-Row New Idea Picker.
116 John Deere Baler, P.T.O.
Phone 562 — 4th & Fremont Sts.
Harry Smith Impl. Co.
O’Neill, Nebr. 24c
(First pub. Oct. 16, 1952.)
William W. Griffin. Attorney
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 3852
In the Countv Court of Holt
County, Nebraska, October 14,
In the matter of the Estate of
Minnie H. Betten, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
• hereby notified t^at the time
limited for presenting claims
against said estate is February 7,
1953, and for the pavment of
debts is October 2, 1953, and that
I on November 6. 1952, and' on
, Febmarv 7, 1953, at 10 o’clock
! A.M., each dav, I will be at the
County Court Room in said
County to receive, examine, hear,
allow, or adiust all claims and
objections duly filed.
LOUIS W. REIMER
(COUNTY COURT SEAL) 24-26c
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harper and
Mr. ana Mrs. Allen Haynes were
ainner guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Beelaert and tamily.
Mrs. Bertha tiarsh of Eagie
Rock, Canf., left for her home on
Monday after spending three
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Grace
Bobbie Sorensen and Jim Sea
men of Creighton spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Page.
Mrs. Hester Edmiston, Mrs.
Evelyn Gray and Mrs. Ray Snell
left Tuesday morning for North
Platte. Mrs. Edmisten will visit
her daughter, Mrs. Carl Backus.
Mrs. Snell and Mrs. Gray will at
tend the Rebekah convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dobbins
have purchased the residence
east of the Methodist church from
Mrs. Martin Hall. This was for
merly the home of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Coover. Mr. Dob
bins began Monday to raze the
garage. He plans to have a garage
from his farm moved to this prop
erty in town. He will hold a farm
sale before moving to town in De
Mr. and Mrs. Romey Smith and
Mrs. Anna Smith of Inman and
Mrs. Eva Murten of Blair visited
Sunday afternoon at the C. A.
Townsend home. Mrs. Murten re
mained at Page and was an over
night guest at the J. I. Gray
home. On Monday Mrs. C. A.
Townsend accompanied by Mrs.
Gray and Mrs. Murten went to
Inman where they were 5 p.m.
dinner guests of Mrs. Anna
H. O. Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Naslund, Jerry White, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Parks and three
children, Mr. and Mrs. Owen
Parks, Jane, Ruth and Larry, Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Parks and three,
children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Trowbridge and Diane, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill O’Brion and family, Le
Roy Leist and James Bartak, all
of this community, and Mrs. John
Leist and Miss Anna Ferguson of
Hastings and Miss Byrdie Ann,
Park of Lincoln, who were all
visiting at Page, went to Norfolk
Sunday where they attended the
Parks reunion. H. O. Parks of
Page was the oldest member
present. He is the only one liv
ing of the brothers and sisters
of the older generation.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Ludington
and family of Grand Island spent
Saturday night and Sunday at the'
Theo. Kemper home. Mr. and
Mrs. Orville Kemper and Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Kemper and
family were Saturday evening
guests at the Theo. Kemper
home. Mrs. George and children
of O’Neill were Sunday visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Max and Mr.
and Mrs. R. V. Crumly have gone
to (North Platte to attend the
IOOF and Rebekah convention.
Mrs. Max is a delegate from the
Rebekah camp and Mr. Crumly
a delegate from the IOOF lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Parsons of
Miltonville, Kans.. spent the
weekend with Mrs. Parsons’ par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Terrill.
Other dinner guests Sunday
were Mrs. Alma Tegeler and Mrs.
Mrs. J. E. Smith returned home
last week after spending almost
a week visiting her brother, F. P.
Shoock. and wife at South Sioux
City. On her return home she
was an overnight guest of her
daughter. Mrs. Darlene Snyder
and family at Orchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith and
two sons of O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Grass and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett Thompson and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Kelly
and son and Mrs. Anna Thompson
w ?re dinner guests Sunday at the
Jesse Kelly home.
^ Mr. ana Mrs. J. R. Russell were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Rollie Snell.
Arnold Stewart made a busi
ness trip to Bonesteel, S.D., on
Monday. He was accompanied
by Mrs, Stewart.
It. F. Park and son, Ronald, ac
companied some friends from Or
chard on a grouse hunting trip
south of Bassett Saturday.
Judith Trowbridge went to
O’Neill Monday where she will be
employed by the telephone com
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goddard,
Mrs, Harold Goddard and Linda
and Mrs. Robert Gray spent Mon
ay at Chambers with Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Farnsworth
left Saturday morning for Ver
sailles, Mo., where they will
spend a few days With Mrs.
Farnsworth's brother* Will Knud
son and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chichester
of Dalton spent the weekend at
the E. A. Chichester home. W.
L. and E. A. are brothers.
(Mr and Mrs. Soren Sorensen,
sr., accompanied Clayton Misner
and daughter, Eleta Rea, of O’
Neill to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Sherman north of Ains
worth where they were dinner
guests. Other guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Will Hicks of Vetal,
S.D., and three of the children of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Sherman and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean
Sherman and two sons and Mr.
and iMlrs. Glen Sorensen.
Rites at Emmet
The Church of Epiphany at
Emmet, decorated with fall fiow
! ers, was the scene of the wedding
of Miss Helen Kathryn O’Connor
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
O’Connor of Emmet, to Robert
John Pereogoy, son of Mrs. Edith
Pereogy of Royal, at 9 a. m., Wed
nesday, October 15. They were
attended by the bride’s sister and
brother-in-law, Mrs. Bud Van
Fleet and Bud VanFleet.
The bride chose a brown suit
with brown accessories for her
wedding and the matron-of-honor
was similarly gowned. They wore
yellow rose corsages.
Following the ceremony the
bride and bridegroom and a small
wedding oarty of relatives pnct
friends were served a wedding
breakfast in the M&M cafe in O’
Neill. Mr. and Mrs. Pereogov
gave a wedding dance at the K
of C hall at Atkinson that eve
After a short wedding trip the
couple will reside in Atkinson.
Don't forget the Keya Paha
County Hereford association sale
at Springview on Thursday (to
day), October 16. Sixty-six bulls
and 22 females in the offering
Go to National |
Meet in Carolina
Mrs. Vern Sageser
AMELIA—Mrs. Vern Sageser
and Mrs. Link Sageser left Wed
nesday for Chicago, III. Mrs. Vern
Sageser will go as a delegate
from Nebraska to a national
meeting of project clubs From
there will accompany a group to
Other Amelia News
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burge and
daughter, Joyce, accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. George Atkinson to Mc
Pherson, Kans., last week where*
they visited their daughter and
sister, Carol Burge, who is at
tending school there. Mr. and
Mrs. Atkinson were looking for a
new home there as they have sold
their farm near Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed White and
Mrs. W. E. Ragland were Neligh
visitors last Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles Bligh recently at
tended a convention of Stanley
dealers in Kansas City, Kans. |
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gilman, Mrs.
Alfred James and Mrs. Lee Sam
mons went to Omaha Friday, re
I turning home Sunday Mr. Gil
man consulted doctors about his
shoulder which he recently in- •
jured while moving a hay stack- |
Mrs. Delbert Edwards drove to
Long Pine Friday to bring her
parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H. Snel
son, to her home for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burge and
family spent Sunday at the home
of his mother, Mrs. Bessie Burge.
The occasion was Robert Burge’s
7th birthday anniversary. His
grandmother prepared a birthday
dinner for him.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kizer and
family of Ord spent Sunday at
the Bob Rees home.
Pete Frahm returned home on
Saturday evening from Gretna
where he had been remodeling a
Mrs. Alice Prewitt, Lynn and
Sharon called at the M. E. Mad
sen’s Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Hienie Frahm and
her sister, Fern Forbes, visited
their mother, Mrs. Maude Forbes,
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Myer
and family near Rose on Sunday.,
Mrs. Viola Travers returned
home Sunday after spending
the summer with relatives as I
Casner, Wyo. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Belew of ,
Stanton attended the Elmer Cool
idge sale Friday.
S. C. Barnett’s sister, Mrs. Eva
Sparrow, who was in the Atkin
son hospital was able to return
to the home of her brother on
Saturday. Mrs. Sparrow has
been visiting here the past month.
Mrs. Blake Ott called at Lloyd
Waldo’s Saturday to visit the new
Gene Hansen has a new pickup,
and the Keefes have a new car.
Miss Donna Rae Peterson ac
companied a group of teachers
to Lincoln Saturday to attend the
Nebraska-Kansas State football
game. They visited in Omaha on '
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tibbetts j
and. .Debra and Mrs. Gloria Lan- j
drum and Sally came up from
Omaha Saturday night. They
visited their parents, the Asa
Watson and Blake Ott families,
respectively. Mr. Tibbetts en
joyed some duck hunting while
Mrs. Bob Blackmore has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Asa Watson the past week. Mr.
Blackmore came to get her and,
they returned to their home at
Pickstown, S.D., Sunday evening.
Miss Phyllis Fullerton enter
tained three friends at a slumber
party Friday night. Those pres
ent were Janice Prewitt, Ar
dstb Barnett and Lois Burge.
Jack Gilman and Larry Ken
nedy went to Scottsbluff last j
week to buy potatoes.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Nissen of ]
Lincoln came Friday to visit his j
sister, Mrs. Frank Pierce, and j ]
Mr. Pierce. On Saturday they '
visited their brother, Herman i j
Nissen, near Atkinson, and on j
Sunday they went to Valentine j
to visit Mr. and Mrs. Charles | j
Bligh and Rae Dee.
Mr. and Mrs., Tommie Doolit- . j
tie left Sunday for Wyoming
where they will visit her sister,
and also try deer hunting. Their ]
daughters, Kathy and Joyce, will
stay with their grandparents, Mr. j
and Mrs. Tom Doolittle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andersen j
spent Sunday evening at Blake j
i Mrs. Delia Ernst and Florence
Lindsey visited at Mrs. Gertie
The Helping Hand club met
Thursday, October 9, with Mrs.
Frank Pierce. Eleven members
I and 4 visitors were present. Vis
I itors were Mrs. Delia Ernst, Mrs.
1 Tom Doolittle, sr., Mrs. Stella
I Sparks and Mrs. Alice Prewitt.
After the dinner the afternoon
was spent visiting. The next
meeting will be with Mrs. Ber
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coolidge
I were dinner guests Sunday at
i Ed White’s. _ „
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Coolidge,
I Mr and Mrs. Bill Ragland called
1 at Glenn White’s Sunday after
’ Florence Lindsey and Mrs.
Delia Ernst called on Mrs. Rob
bert Leder in Atkinson Sunday
, afternoon. Lee L^der, who was
recently inducted in the air force,
is now stationed in California.
Her two other boys are in Flor
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mitchell and
children were in Omaha Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Young
took their son, Burl, to Pierce
Sunday where he is employed in
the bakery. . . , , . „
Mary Taggart, who is taking
nurses’ training in Omaha, spent
the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Taggart.
Mrs. Dean Stevens and children
of Atkinson and Mrs. Genevieve
Bell of Chambers were dinner
guests in the E. R. Carpenter
h°Mr an^Mrs- Clarence Grimes
visited their son, Gleason, at the
Children’s Memorial hospital in
I Qmaha Sunday.
Fifty members of the Ains- |
worth chapter of Job Daughters
presented a demonstration led by
Mrs. Kit Kennedy for the Order
af the Eastern Star and Masons
here last Thursday night, October
9, in the Odd Fellows hall. Sev
eral parents accompanied the
group to O’Neill. Lunch was
served by a committee of the
PAGE — Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Carmony of Harlingen, Tex., for
mer Page residents, are announc
ing the engagement and approach
ing marriage of their daughter, !
Mary Jo, and Robert Lee Fitchett I
of Virginia, who is stationed in |
Rev. F. A. Carmony, the bride
elect’s grandfather, will officiate
at the ceremony. Reverend Car
mony was pastor otf the Page
Methodist church for two years..
Mr. Carmony, the bride’s father,
managed the Farmers’ Union
store in Page for several years.
Among O’Neillites who at
tended the Ak-Sar-Ben activities
at Omaha last week were Mrs..
Jerome Spittler and children and
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly.
LAND AU CTION
Choice 320-Acre Clear Creek Valley*
STOCK and GRAIN UNIT ,|
1 BARTLETT, NEBR,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28
SALE ON PREMISES AT 2:00 P.M,
LOCATION AND LEGAL DESCRIPTION
This desirable stock and grain farm is located in Clear Creek
Valley, on paved Highway No. 281, 5% miles south of Bartlett,
the county seat of Wheeler co., Nebr. Legally described as the
NEVa of Sec. 11, and the NWV4 of Sec. 12, township 21 N.,
range 11 W., Wheeler co., Nebr. GOOD SCHOOL ON THE
FARM. R.F.D. daily past the dwelling. Phone lines being ar
ranged so service should be available soon.
* Electricity for power and light on this farm is furnished by the
Consumers Public Power. The house and bam are wired and
, there is a good yard light. Good one story dwelling with kit
chen, living room, two good bedrooms and closed in porch;
barn 24x36, including shed attached; 18 stanchions; grain bin;
hay mow; practically new brooder house; chicken house 10x20:
chicken house 10x16; com crib 8x16; two steel grain bins; two
hog sheds; two good wells at the house, one with good wind
mill. Farm is fenced and cross fenced, about 10 acres hog tight.
IRRIGATION, CULTIVATION. WELLS AND CROPS
; l20 acres irrigated. An additional 30 acres can be irrigated by
leveling small amount. Water for irrigation is supplied by an
exceptionally good well, equipped with power and pump de
livering 1,200 gallons per minute.
There are approximately 150 acres cultivated, of which 20 acres
is alfalfa. Balance is excellent pasture and hay land. One of
the pastures contains approximately 60 acres, in which there
are three ponds and one GOOD FLOWING WELL. From the
first of the season till September 20th, 27 cattle and two horses
were in this pasture. Since September 20th, 50 cattle have
grazed there and there is still an abundance of feed. The mead
ow produces excellent hay in abundance. Also stripped for
blue grass. ,
Irrigation on this farm insures a splendid com crop annually.
A goodly portion of this year’s crop is estimated to yield 100
bushels per acre. Alfalfa does well on this farm. A fair seed
crop was harvested this year.
A VERITABLE GARDEN
When you inspect this farm you will be amazed by its annual
[ production of com, hay, and pasture, rarely equalled anywhere
in a combination stock and grain farm.
Irrigation, productivity of the soil, the splendid groves, its
beautiful setting in the valley make it truly the garden spot
of this cattle country.
GOOD LAND IS IN DEMAND
f In the past few years STOCKMEN, FARMERS and INVEST
ORS are becoming alerted to the fact that there is no other
vicinity in Nebraska where good land is selling far below its
; actual producing value.
if This farm is located on paved highway No. 281.
★ There is a GOOD SCHOOL on the farm.
if There is Rural Free Delivery by the door.
if This farm has electricity.
if The crop land on this farm is irrigated.
if The good pastures and the high quality hay meadows.
if REMEMBER TO ATTEND THIS SALE, WHERE YOU
SET THE PRICE YOU PAY.
MR. & MRS. JOHN B. DWINELL
Mr. Dwinell will be pleased to show the farm at any time.
Address Mr. Dwinell at Ericson, Nebraska
AUCTIONEERS and BROKERS
This sale will be conducted by Dan J. Fuller and Leon S. Nel
son, Aucts., Albion, Nebr. They will be assisted by Clifford L.
P;shop and Arthur O. Auserod, Brokers, Bartlett, Nebr. Write
wire or phone the Auctioneers or the Brokers for Terms, an
appointment to inspect the land, and further information.
| PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.j FRI., SAT., OCT. 16 - 17 - 18 §
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CORN... 3 No. 303 cans 53c I
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POPCORN...... 2-lb. bag 29c I
J HYDROX B
COOKIES.. 3 Ige. pkgs. $1.001
CAKE MIX....3 pkgs. 95c I
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OUR FAMILY — TOMATO
j JUICE.£ 46-oz, cans 57c I
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ROBERTS SWEET CREAM
BUTTER.lb. 83c |
iPEAS.... 3 No. 303 cans 41c 1
FLAKES.2 Pkss- 49c II
GRAPE JAM 2 2-lb. jars 79c |
TOMATOES 9 No-49c!
vel ..2 te- pte« 49c |
TOILET TISSUE 3 rolls 2§cji
SALMON.2 taU cans 33c f
CATSUP.. 214-oz. btls. 35c ii
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I WIENERS.lb. 53c
BEEF HEARTS fc 19c
PORK HOCKS ii> 19c
Our Family — SALAD |
DRESSING qt- jar 43c J
Our Family — FRUIT
COCKTAIL 4" 95c 3
BROOMS ea. 89c S
| WE HAVE STORAGE Rates $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 yrly. j:
j LOCKERS fa- BENT - 5^a II
NUTRENA FEEDS j
POULTRY, HOGS & CATTLE 8
REMEMBER NUTRENA RANKS FIRST with their egg [
| PRODUCING FEED. IT WILL PAY YOU TO FEED YOUR LAYING FLOCK NUTRENA EGG l
| WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF NUTRENA BEEF CAKE I
ON HAND AT THIS TIME — THIS CAKE IS AVAILABLE IN
j PELLETS and CUBES with PROTEINS — from 22 to 41% If
i OAVDCAII WE HAVE A CAR 0F MEAL' PELLETS & CUBES ON THE ROAD ;|
l vUf DCrlll AT THIS TIME. THIS IS THE OLD PROCESS FEED AND CAN BE 8
| HAD AT A REASONABLE PRICE
1 We will be glad to supply you no w or book your feed for future jj
: delivery. Only $2.00 per ton will protect you on price for future jj
| delivery. See us for quantity price on all Poultry, Hog & Cattle jj
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; CASH FOR YOUR
CREAM - EGGS - POULTRY I
rSHELHAMER FOODS |(
Grocery Phone 56 O'NEILL Produce Phone 173
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