The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 29, 1953, Image 10

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Purebred Yorkshire
boars. See any day but Sun
day.—Fay A. Puckett, O’Neill.
26tf
FOR SALE: Ford Agency. Year
ly sale volume: $125,000.00.
Parts and equipment at cost.
Will sell or lease building. —
Rhodes Motor Co., Spalding.
25-27c
Used Cars!
1949 Plymouth club coupe, clean.
1949 Mercury fordor, good rub
ber, radio and heater.
1951 Henry “J”, heater, over
/ drjve. A bargain.
1947 ^eep station wagon.
• 1946 Plymouth club coupe, nice
and clean, radio, heater and
good tires. Bargain!
1952 Coronet 4-dr., radio, heater,
white sidewall tires, very clean.
SMITH MOTOR CO.
Home of DeSoto and
Plymouth
Phone 562 — O’Neill
PAUL SHIERK, Mgr._
FOR SALE: One heavy duty un
derslung.—Brady Welding, At
kinson. 16tf
FOR SALE: Factory built, steel
wagon trailer on rubber.—Bes
sie Klingler, phone 292-J or
write box 241, O’Neill. 26p35
FOR SALE: Used phono-radio
combination, automatic con
sole type, guaranteed, $29.95.
-—Osborne’s, O’Neill, phone 415.
26c
Look At These!
USED CAR BUYS
1951 <5tudebaker pickup, 16-ton,
with lack.
1950 Pontiac 4-dr., standard.
1948 Pontiac Streamliner, 2-dr.,
• 6-cylinder.
1947 Pontiac 8, 2-dr., Torpedo.
1948 Pontiac 8, 2-dr., Hydramatic
Streamliner.
1948 Pontiac 6-cyl. 2-dr., Stream
liner, new motor.
,1949 Pontiac 8, 4-dr., Hydramatic
Chieftain deluxe.
1951 Hydramatic “8”, 2 - tone
green.
1951 Bel Air Chev., 2-tone green,
2-dr., good condition.
Wm. Krotter Co.
OF O’NEILL
Phone 531 26c
FOR SALE: 1947 Ford convert
ible. . Good condition. — Mrs.
Mary Spence, Atkinson.
25-26p6Q
FOR SALE: Registered Hamp
shire boars. — Walter Sojka &
Sons, Page. 25-28p
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Sev
• ■ eral residential lots, one block
north Wm. Krotter Co.—Kieth
Abart, O’Neill, box 642. 18tf
New Machinery
0 J-D elevators.
200 and 227 corn pickers.
Trailer wagons and boxes.
J-D 10 and 14 in. hammer mills.
No. 80 and 220 Letz grinders.
Farmhand loaders and attach
ments.
U.S. Royal and Firestone farm
tires.
J-D-D oils, greases and batteries.
Bale ties, cable, comfort covers
Used Machinery
R.C. 5 Caterpillar and hydraulic
dozer.
1937 A J-D tractor.
* 1937 B J-D tractor.
R.C. Allis tractor.
F 20 IHC tractor, 13x36 tires,
good.
J-D 101 corn picker.
New Idea picker, 2-row.
J-D tractor spreader.
New Idea spreader, 4-wheel.
J-D 10 A Hammer mill.
Farmhand loader.
Manure loader, mechanical.
Harry R. Smith Impls.
Your John Deere Dealer
Phone 562 — O’Neill
FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire
boars and gilts sired by Dawn
Special, Gold Medal, Cedar
dale, Stylemaster and Special
Sign, the 1953 Nebraska state
' • fair grand champion boar; also
registered Hereford bulls,
priced reasonable.—John Kas
" ter, Clearwater, Nebr.
23-26p205
• ■
. FOR SALE: Aeromotor wind
mills, and towers, galvanized
stock tanks, 8- and 10-foot
sizes. — John Sobotka, Inman,
Nebr. 7tf
FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire
boars. Big, rugged and plenty
of length.—Alfred Hansen, 5
miles west, 4 south and west
of Plainview. 22tf
'* ° ROCK OF AGES MONUMENTS
To Grow More Beautiful
with the Passing Years
POTTHAST
Monument
NORFOLK
FOR SALE: Purebred Yorkshire
boars. Elgible to be registered.
—Leonard Larson, Clearwater.
23-26pl00
FOR SALE: Used Caloric apt.
size gas range, like new, $59.95.
—Osborne’s, O’Neill, phone 415.
26c
NEW CARS
Willys — Kaiser — Henry J Cars
Willys Jeeps — Pickups
Massey-Harris & Ferguson Trac
tors, $250 to $700 reduction
from regular factory retail
prices — if there are no trade
ins.
Used Cars — Pickups — Jeeps
Trucks. All kinds.
All Bargains!
Outlaw Implement Co.
O’Neill, Nebr. 26-27c
FOR SALE: Angus bull, register
ed. — Mrs. Henry Martin, O’
Neill, phone 227-J. 24tf
FOR SALE: Purebred Chester
White boars.—Earl Pierson, %
mi. north, lA mi. east of Ewing.
26-27p
FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire
boars with outstanding quality.
Veterinary vaccinated.—Henry
Stelling & Son, 2 mi. south, V\
west of Orchard. 24tf
NOW IN STOCK: Homelite chain
saws.—Melvin Johring, O’Neill.
26-29pl00
FOR SALE: 10x12 brooder house.
—Spelts-Ray Lbr. Co., O’Neill.
FOR SALE: Oil burner with fit
tings, also 275-gal. fuel tank.
—George Janousek, Fourth St.
Market, O’Neill. 26c
FOR SALE: Good seven-room
home 2 blocks from New Deal
filling station. —Phone 417-J,
O’Neill. 26-28p85
FOP SALE: Insurance of ali
kinds. — See R. H. (“F.ay”)
Shriner, phone 106. 39tf
FOR SALE: Six-room house, all
modern, % block from both
schools. XA block from hospital.
Immediate possession. May be
seen any time.—Phone 508-W,
O’Neill. 26-27p60
FOR SALE: Gilbert Strong home,
3 bedrooms, all modern, 4 yrs.
old, 2 blocks to public school.
A good home and a good buy.
—See R. H. (“Ray”) Shriner,
O’Neill. 24-26c
FALL SALE
5 COMING two Reg. Hereforc
Bulls and all the bull calves
right off our registered cows,
and priced so you can buy now
— Melvin Johring, O’Neill,
phone 5-F120. 26-27p80
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Business bldg, 11,000
ft. floor space. Heated. Suitable
for one, two or three store
fronts. Any or all of which can
be rented and which will be
finished to your specifications.
Rear of building equipped with
six 13-ft. overhead doors and
is available now for storage
and warehouse use. — K. C.
Hunt, O’Neill. 23tf
FOR RENT: 6-room upstairs
modern apt. Private entrance
available, $30 per month. In
quire 213 Benton st., or phone
247. 24tf
FOR RENT: Rooms, close-in. —
Mrs. Edna Coyne, O’Neill,
phone 353-W. 26tf
FOR RENT: Newly-decorated 3
room upstairs apartment with
bath and private entrance. —
Mrs. Joe Bazelman, 704 E.
Everett, O’Neill, phone 263.
25-26c
FOR RENT: Furnished apart
ment, 4 rooms, bath, heat. See
it. — Hagensick Ladies Wear,
O’Neill 23tf
FOR RENT: Sleeping room. —
Marie Salisbury, 129 E. Clay,
O’Neill, phone 324-W. 26tf
FOR RENT: 3-room unfurnished
apartment with bath: good res
idential section. — Call 171-J,
O’Neill. 17tf
FOR RENT: 5-room house to a
couple, nice location, 4 blocks
west of postoffice.—Phone 347,
O’Neill. 26-27p70
FOR RENT: Sanders for floor
and furniture. — Spelts - Rav
Lbr. Co. 47tf
FOR RENT: Downtown apart
ment, furnished, 3 rooms with
bath, Apparel Shop bldg. Call
Ann Asher, phone 141, O’Neill.
21tf
FOR RENT: Floor polisher and
waxer.—Spelts-Ray Lbr. Co.
FOR RENT: Large heated rooms
suitable for working men.
Close in. — Phone 509-W, O'
Neill.
O'NEILL LOCALS
Sheriff Wayne Kranig and his
deputy, Ray Hicks, of Corning,
Calif., left Monday after a week’s
visit in the C. L. Brady home
and also the Lloyd Brady home
at Dorsey. Mr. Kranig formerly
lived in the Dorsey community.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Moore of
Newport were Sunday, October
25, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Heermann and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lyman vis
ited Sunday with relatives in
Jefferson, S.D.
Mr. ana Mrs. Hugh Benson
and family went to Butte Sunday
ler, celebrate their 49th wedding
where they helped Mrs. Benson’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tiefentha
anniversary.
Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Gale Dierberger were Mrs.
Dierberger’s mother, Mrs. Lillian
Ogden of Boken Bow, and her
sister, Mrs. Richard Hutchins of
Lincoln.
MISCELLANEOUS
r-n LJ-trwv~
DAIRY QUEEN will be op-ii
Sunday! We serve take-home
quarts, pints, sundaes, malts.
26c
NOTICE
DUE TO FIRE HAZARD we will
not allow hunting or trespass
ing on our ranch. 24-27pl30
F. E. BOETTCHER
Atkinson, Nebr.
???? ARE YOU going on a vaca
tion or a trip? Better see R. H.
(“Ray”) Shriner, O’Neill, for
trip insurance. Pays up to $25,
000 for accidental death and
$1,000 for medical, doctors,
ambulance, etc., for only a few
cents a day. Pays for any kind
of an accident while you are
gone. lltf
HUNT’S
PLUMBING & HEATING
FARM & COMMERCIAL,
American Kitchens
White Water Heaters
Next door Asimus Motors;
of O’NEILL
Phone 399 — O’Neill tf
NOTICE
NO HUNTING or trespassing on
any land owned or rented by
me, because of fire hazard.
25c BLAKE BENSON
MONEY TO LOAN: I am back
at my office and have Eastern
money to loan on farms and
ranches, also on city property.
—See R. H. Parker, O’Neill,
Nebr. 48tf
L. Guthmiller
REPAIR SHOP
Half-block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kinds of
automobile, truck and tractor
repair. Acetylene welding
Real Estate Loans
WE have unlimited funds to loan
on Ranches. If you anticipate
needing a loan, CALL US TO
DAY.
Ernie Weller
Associates
Phone 6231 or 5141 — Atkinson
rRENCHING MACHINE, brand
new, available for all types of
water line, sewer line and
ditch-digging. Call or write
White Well Service, O’Neill,
phone 262-J, or box 491.
19-26p200
WE NEVER SLEEP
A PHONE CALL brings us on
the run- Phone 404-W. Used
car parts, car repairing, elec
tric and acetylene welding,
body shop.
Strong’s Repair Shop
VERNON STRONG, Prop.
North Seventh — O’Neill
NOTICE
DUE TO DRY weather condi
tions, there will be NO HUNT
ING OR TRESPASSING on
land owned or leased by the
following ranchers:
G. E. TIELKE
F. E. BOETTCHER
H. HALSTEAD
R. A. DVORAK
GOTSCHALL BROS.
CHAS. MITCHELL
CHARLES TASLER
LYLE ADDISON
EUGENE ENGLER
KEITH JONES
FRED JURACEK & SON
24-26c
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.
WICK'S BODY SHOP
219 Douglas St. Phone 211-W
SEE Ralph Simpson for your
electric wiring. — 359-LW, O’
Neill. Itf
SELLING i? our business: Will
arrange for advertising, selling
and clerking at your sale, pri
vately or public auction.—Ed
Thorin and Bill Bowker, O’
Neill, phone 207, licensed real
estate auctioneer and brokers.
13tf
Long Term
L-O-A-N-S
Pre-Payment Privileges
ELKHORN VALLEY
NATIONAL FARM ASS’N
4% Federal Land Bank
O’Neill, Nebr.
NOTICE
ON ACCOUNT of the fire hazard,
we will not permit any tres
passing or hunting on our
ranch. Anyone not obeying will
be prosecuted.
MR. AND MRS.
F. E. SKRDLA
24tf
DON’T WAIT! Protect now
against expenses of polio, can
cer and other dreaded diseases,
$15 for entire family for one
year. WThy take chances? —
See R. H.’(“Ray”) Shriner. O’
O’Neill. lltf
LOST: Billfold containing SI O'1
cash and a number of checks.
Finder may have cash if bill
fold and papers will be return
ed. Lost in vicinity of Bazel
man’s filling station, O’Neill.—
Finder please return to The
Frontier. 26c50
HALVA’S ELECTRIC SHOP
Generator & Motor Winding
New and Used Motors
for Any Job 25tt
LOST: A pair of rimless glasses
in black case at Mrs. Juliana
Kamphaus sale. Return to
Francis Manel, Atkinson.
26p35
FARM LOANS. — R. H. Parker,
O’Neill. 50c
LOST OR STRAYED from Mrs.
David A. Johnson ranch, a
steer branded open box over
lazy U.—Notify Lee Blake, O’
Neill, phone 5-F11. 26p35
WANTED
WANTED: A jovial fellow to be
' Santa Claus FOUR Saturday
afternoons between hours of 2
and 4 p.m. Apply in person.—
Gambles, O’Neill. 24tf
WANTED: Married man for year
around ranch job. Separate
house. — C. M. Keller & Son,
Newport. 25-27p8t)
WANTED: Registered nurse to
work with school children, part
time. Sponsored by O’Neill
Parent - Teachers’ association.
Contact Supt. D. E. Nelson or
Mrs. Ralph Simpson, O’Neill.
26-28cll0
ENROLLMENT
REPRESENT
ATIVES WANTED:
Because of the ever
increasing Popularity
of the New Reserve
Protection Plans, we
can use more inter
viewers at this time.
Wonderful opportun
ity for ambitious, in
dustrious young men
of unquestioned in
tegrity.
For Personal Interview
Write Box 174,
O’Neill, Nebr.
I HAVE a buyer for a cattle
ranch, and another buyer for
a good farm. Do you have a
ranch or farm for sale?—Write
to R. H. Parker, O’Neill, Nebr.
_ Itt
WANTED: Salesladies. Applica
tions now being taken for part
time Christmas work. Apply in
person at Gambles, O’Neill. 26c
iVANTED: Alfalfa, sweet clover
or red clover seed.—E. H. Med
calf, Chambers, phone 2951.
21 tf
Try the Outlaw Implement Co.
REPAIR SHOP
We work on any make cars, pick
ups, Jeeps, trucks or tractors.
Four Top Mechanics
All Work Guaranteed
Reasonable Prices
Outlaw Implement Co.
O’Neill, Nebr. 26-27c
HELP WANTED: Rural and city
salesman needed for O’Neill
vicinity. Need honest, hard
worker unafraid to ask folks to
buy. Right party can expect to
start between $350-$400 per
mo.; representing nationally
advertised product. Prefer
family man, must reside in O’
Neill. If interested write box
AB, c/o The Frontier. Imme
diate opening. Will train on
job. _ 24tf
WANTED Young working girl to
live with me and share ex
penses on an apartment.—Box
423, O’Neill._ 25p35
I CAN make loans on city resi
dence or business buildings
and make them on monthly
payment, plan.—See or write
R. H. Parker, O’Neill, Nebr.
48tf
CARDS OF THANKS
I WISH to extend my sincere
thanks to all my friends for
the flowers, gifts, cards and
.visits while I was in the hospi
tal. I also wish to thank all at
St. Anthony s who made my
stay there a pleasant one.
— LORETTO ENRIGHT
_____ 26p50
I WISH to take this means of
expressing my thanks for the
many kindnesses shown to me
by the doctors and St. An
thony’s hospital staff; to my
friends and relatives for the
cards, letters, flowers, gifts
and visits. ofir^n
_-MRS, EARL FARR~
Hunting Here—
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Godek arc
spending the week with Mrs. Go.
lek’s sister, Mrs. Francis Bazel
nan, and family and with other
relatives and also doing a little
lunting. They are from Omaha.
Mrs. Wedige Hostess
in Guild Meeting
SOUTH OF STUART — The
Catholic Ladies guild met at the
home of Mrs. Eugene Wedige
last Thursday.
After the meeting cards were
played and prizes were won by
Mrs. Florian Scholz, Mrs. John
Steinhauser and Mrs. Clem Ol
berding. Mrs. Wedige’s mother,
Mrs. James Mullen of O’Neill,
was a guest.
Mrs. Wedige served a lunch.
Other South of Stuart News
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Green
field of Newport were last Thurs
day evening supper guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Greenfield and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Dyer of
Stuart were Sunday afternoon
and supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Tasler
Last Thursday evening visitors
at the Eugene Wedige home were
Patricia and Lois Mullen of O’
Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Batenhorst
and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Culp of
Stuart were last Thursday eve
ning supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Owen Galligan of Atkinson.
Mrs. Ethel Stracke of Stuart
was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Joy Greenfield. Mrs.
Stanley Cobb and son, Douglas,
were afternoon callers.
Mrs. Arthur Givens and daugh
ters, Lois and Carolyn, were in
O’Neill Saturday.
The KC bridge club met with
Mrs. Florian Scholz on Monday
evening. Prizes were won by
Mrs. A. M. Batenhorst and Mrs.
Joe Wallinger. Mrs. Joe Brewster
was a guest. A lunch was served
by Mrs. Scholz.
Mrs. Joe Wallinger, Mrs. A. M
Batenhorst, Mrs. Harold Givens
and Mrs. Arthur Givens went to
the Mrs. Katie Papke ranch
north of Newport Friday.
Jerry and Denny Wallinger
were Sunday afternoon guests of
Jerry Heyne.
Joan Kunz visited Wednes
day, October 21, with Mrs. Orville
Paxton.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kramer ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. Junior
Woods of Greeley to San An
tonio, Tex., Friday to visit rela
tives there.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer
and Mrs. Alton Hoffman and
boys were O’Neill visitors Fri
day.
Tony Hoffman of Stuart visited
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kramer, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Slaymak
er and family were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Zink at Stuart.
Lavern Miller, who has been
employed at Hazelton, N.D., for
the past two months, arrived
heme Sunday night for a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Miller.
S/lc and Mrs. Gene Baten
horst of Camp Carson, Colo.,
spent the weekend visiting at the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Hamik and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Batenhorst. Pfc. Harlan Kloep
per accompanied them as far as
O’Neill where he spent the week
end visiting relatives. They left
for Camp Carson Monday morn
ing.
Sunday evening callers at the
Wesley Slaymaker home were
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pacha
and family of Atkinson.
Mrs. Bob Greenfield and chil
dren visited her sister, Mrs. Bob
Matthews, and mother, Mrs. Ab
bie Coker, at O’Neill Saturday.
Leonard Wedige of Atkinson
was a Sunday afternoon visitor
at the Eugene Wedige home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joy Puckett and
daughter, Margaret, of Roy,
Mont., were Friday night and
Saturday morning guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Murphy and fam
ily.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Slay
maker and family visited Tues
day evening, October 20, with
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Slaymaker,
sr., and with Wesley’s sister,
Mrs. Melvin Hickerson, and boys
of Valley.
Pvt. Connie Murphy, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Murphy, left
last Thursday for Omaha and
from there he took a plane to
Ft. Lewis, Wash., where he will
receive his overseas assigngment.
O'NEILL LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs.
James anks and daughter were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
James Banks of Inman.
Mrs. Bessie Kudera of Osmond
visited Tuesday afternoon, Octo
ber 27, with Mrs. Glen Pochop.
Lorraine Simonson, who at
tends Duchesne college in Omaha,
spent the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Si
monson.
Mrs. E. J. Eby and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Bennett Gillespie, were
Sunday guests of Mrs. Z. X. Mar
shall and Mrs. William Krotter
of Stuart.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sawyer
and family of Ainsworth visited
Sunday with Mrs. Sawyer’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grenier.
The menfolks went hunting in the
afternoon. j
Mr and Mrs. Walter Donohoe |
and family spent the weekend in
Fremont visiting Mr. Donoho As
brother and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Donohoe._
' w. F. FINLEY, M.D. j
O’NEU.L I
First National Bank Bldg. |
• OFFICE PHONE: 28 |
Complimentary Bridge
Is Held—
Tne officers or the O’Neill
Country club were in charge of
the women’s complimentary din
ner-bridge held Wednesday at
the M&M and Legion club, re
spectively.
They were the Mesdames C. J.
Gatz, Marvin Miller, Leigh Rey
noldson, John C. Watson and
William W. McIntosh.
Chambers News
___
Cpl. and Mrs. Vernon Schmidt 1
left on Monday for Marysville,
Calif., after a 30-day furlough
spent with his parents, Mr. and I
Mrs. Martin Schmidt, and her I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tange
man.
Rev. and Mrs. Harold Lillie of
Indiana, their son and his wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lillie, and fam
ily and daughter, Mrs. Castner,
and family of Council Bluffs, la.,
visited Friday and Saturday in
the B. W. Waldo, Lloyd Waldo
and Kenneth Werner homes.
Donna Blair of O’Neill spent
the weekend with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Blair.
Mrs. Duane Blair and her fa
ther, Charley Willard of Ericson,
spent Saturday in the John Blair
home.
Sgt. Alvin Blair was among
those serving as honor guard for
President Eisenhower during his
recent visit at Abalene, Kans.
Sergeant Blair is a son of Mr. and
Msr. John Blair of Amelia and is
stationed at Ft. Riley, Kans.
Mrs. Paul Price and nephew,
Don Fullerton, Dean Wilkenson
and Howard Beed drove to Oma
ha Friday. Mrs. Price visited her
sister, Angie Spath, and helped
her celebrate her birthday anni
versary. The others drove on to
Lincoln to visit Jim Jarman at
the Orthopedic hospital. Jackie
Price stayed with his aunt, Mrs.
George Fullerton.
Henry Bockman and son, Ewalt,
of Lincoln came Saturday eve
ning and spent Sunday hunting
and visiting in the Martin
Schmidt home.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane K. Miller
visited her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Dunbar, at Al
meria on Sunday. Other guests
were her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Richards of Chadron.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jutte were
Sunday dinner guests in the
Steve Mikkus home.
Pamela Shavlik observed her
fourth birthday anniversary on
Sunday. Present for dinner were
C. D. Barnum of Neligh, Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Switzer and Mrs. Mey
ers of Clearwater, Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Nelson and Jimmie of
Plainview and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
win Hubbard of Chambers. Two
friends, Marian McElheron and
Nadine Sexton, spent the day
with Pamela.
Sunday dinner guests in the
Vern Wilkenson home were An
na, William and Herman Schip
man and Mr. and Mrs. Art
Fluckey.
The following men assisted
Roy Seery haul dirt Friday: Buck
Watson, Chuck Schmidt, Les
Miles and hired man, Vern Wil
kenson and Herman Schipman.
tmraet News
A Hallowe’en party was held at
the district 20 school Monday
evening.
The Emmet Methodist Bible
study group led by Rev. Wallace
B. Smith of O’Neill, met Wed
nesday with Mr. and Mrs. Geary
Enbody.
Miss Betty Perry celebrated her
11th birthday anniversary Friday,
October 23. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Perry of
Emmet.
A teachers’ meeting was held
nn Tuesday afternoon at Emmet
school with Miss Helen Martens,
teacher and leader of group 10,
in charge. About 20 rural teachers
were present, also Miss Alice
French, county superintendent.
The group observed Miss Mar
tens’ teaching until 2:30 o’clock.
After exchange of ideas, a social
hour and lunch of cookies, ice
cream, mints and coffee was
served by Miss Martens.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard
went to Omaha last Thursday
where they remained until Fri
day on business.
Misses Norma Lou Foreman.
Leah Serck and Helen Martens,
teachers from Emmet, attended
a tea Saturday sponsored by the
O’Neill’s Women’s club at the
Methodist church, O’Neill.
Gpl. Roland Wills left on Fri
day night for Williams air force
base at Phoenix, Ariz., where he
is stationed. He spent a three
weeks furlough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wills, and
brothers, Gerald and Arthur.
Mrs. Georgiana McGinnis and
Mrs. Alex McConnell visited Mrs.
Robert Cole and Jimmy Puckett
in Atkinson Tuesday afternoon,
October 20.
Wendell Babl, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Babl, came home on
leave fgrom Ft. Sill, Okla., to
pick corn.
Nick Ramold is home on leave
from the army. He is visiting his
mother, Mrs. Joe Ramold.
Mrs. Wayne Bates visited Mr
and Mrs. John Kee last Thursday
afternoon.
Mrs. Georgiana McGinnis visit
ed Sunday afternoon with Mr
and Mrs. John Jansen and daugh
ters of O’Neill.
Mrs. Joe Winkler and Mrs. Ed
Winkler of Emmet and Mrs. Leo
Weichman and son, Ricky, of
Stuart accompanied Mrs. McGin
nis to Ainsworth last Thursday
where they visited relatives. Mrs
McGinnis drove on to Brewster
to visit her old friend, Mrs. Laura
Fletcher, and son. They returned
home the same day. .
Mary Lou Conard and Pat De- i
Bolt entertained at the John
Conard home Saturday for Clar
yce Johnson, whose marriage to
Donald Calkins took place on
Monday at the Presbyterian
church in O’Neill.
The Altar society met in the
church basement Wednesday. Oc
tober 21. Lunch was served by
the committee and $4.25 was
raised.
Miss Pat DeBolt of O’Neill
spent Saturday visiting Miss
Mary Lou Conard.
CHAMBERS NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Mikkelson
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Loy
Fluckey and family were Sunday
dinner guests of Mrs. Elsie Sor- j
ensen.
Mr. and Mrs. William Turner
drove to Grand Island Sunday to
visit their son and his wife, Mr.
and Mts. Robert Turner, and
family. They were accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stevens,
who visited her brother-in-lavr
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
Hecht. Mrs. Stevens remained
for a longer visit. The others re- I
turned Sunday evening.
Page News
Mr. and Mrs. P. L.' Weiss of
Richland, Wash., and Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Haynes visited Fri
day afternoon with Mrs. Ed Hub
bard at Creighton. Mr. and Mrs.
Weiss and Mrs. Hubbard hre for
mer residents here.
Mrs. Ray Snell and Mrs. An-on
Nissen attended the meeting erf
the Past Matrons club of the
Jepthah chapter of the Eastern
Star Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Maude Brion at Ewing.
The hostess served lunch.
Mrs. Melvin Roach was hostess
to the Contract Bridge club
Thursday evening. Mrs. Gerald
Lamason and Mrs Ralph Larsen
were guests. Mrs. Lamanson held
high score and Mrs. Larson sec
ond high. Refreshments were
served.
Mr. and Mrs P. L. Weiss or
Richland, Wash., and their daugh
ter. Mrs. June Narvin of Twin
Falls, Ida.,, spent from Fridav
until Sunday visiting at the I. O.
Wood, Allen Haynes and Mrs
Alma Tegler homes and with
other relatives and friends. Mrs.
Weiss is a sister of Mrs. Tegler.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Terrill ancl
Marilyn and Mrs. Alma Tegler
took Diane Terrill to Menzer
Saturday where she was met bv‘
her father, Gene Terrill, of Hot
Springs. Diane has spent a week
with her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Terrill.
Mrs. Ralph Brostrom* and son,
Brady, left for Grand Island last
Thursday where thev will spent
several days with Mrs Brostrom'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Benner. Mr. Brostrom spent the
weekend at the Benner home.
Capt. and Mrs. Jerry L. Lam
ason and two children of East
St. Louis, 111., and Mrs. Lamason’s
r Mrs. Rose De Armas, of
Tampa, Fla., came Sunday morn
ing and will visit until Friday
with Captain Lamason’s parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lamason.
Mrs. R. F Park and Ronald arid
Mrs. Elmer Trow’bridge of Page „
and Mrs. Norman Trowbridge of”
Plainview drove to Omaha Satur
day. Mrs. Elmer Trowbridge re
mained to visit her daughter. Mrs.
Louis Koppel and family for a
few days. The others returned
home Saturday evening. Miss De
Maris Faubel also of Plainview
accompanied them as far as Whs- ■
ner where she was met by her
parents.
(First Dub. Oct. 29. 1953)
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
NOTICE OF HEARING OF
PETITION FOR FINAL.
SETTLEMENT OF.
ACCOUNT
Estate No. 3911
COUNTY COURT OF HOLT
COUNTY'. NEBRASKA
ESTATE OF JOHN McWULTY.
DECEASED
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA.
TO ALL CONCERNED
Notice is hereby given that a
petition has been fised for final,
settlement herein, 'determ.Lpat»n
of heirship, inheiitar.ce rate
fees and commissions, c-ftrrrc.
lion of estate and approval of fi
nal account and discharge. *-*_:
will be for hearing in tins ewart
cn November 19, 1953. at if a -
clock, A M
LOUIS W R OMP.
County J • .
(COUNTY* COURT SEAL -t :•
I Dr. •
Donald E. David
OPTOMETRIST
By Appointment
Office Hours 9 a.m.-5 p m.
Spencer State Bank Building
Pssone 2101 Spencer. Nebr.
. 21 tf
£ .. iiiiirirtrmiummilllllMMIMIIIHMIMIIIIIIIII '
I PUBLIC AUCTION !
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1 AS WE HAVE decided to quit farming we will sell the following property at public auction, H
t 4 blocks east of the Catholic church in Stuart, Nebraska, j*
2 ZZ
FRIDAY, NOV. 6TH. 1953
J SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M.
9 99
T M
24—Head of Cattle —24
♦
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: 3—HOLSTEIN COWS. 6-yeai-olds
J 4—HOLSTEIN COWS. 4-year-olds
| 1—HALF-HOLSTEIN COW. 3-year-old
♦♦
3—GUERNSEY COWS, 6- and 7-year-olds
1—GUERNSEY COW, 6-year-old. milking now ••
1—GUERNSEY COW. 3-year-old
♦ (These cows to be fresh within 3 to 6 weeks)
♦ ♦♦
: 1—HALF-GUERNSEY HEIFER. 2-year-old
| 1—HALF-HOLSTEIN HEIFER. 2-year-old
♦
♦ _
6—YEARLING HALF-GUERNSEY HEIFERS 0
3—MIXED HEIFER CALVES
♦♦
X *♦
♦ ♦♦
! Machinery
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: 1—1951 WD Allis-Chalmers Tractor
{ 1—1953 WD Mounted 2-16-in. Plow, like new
| 1—1941 AC Combine, good shape
I l—Tractor Cultivator for WD or WC
5 1—Allis-Chalmers Mower for WD or WC
j 2—International Hay Rakes, 2 years old
; i—10-Ft. Case Tractor Drill
♦ 1—1-Horse Drill, like new
| 1—15-Ft. Disc — 1—Set Tractor Chains
t 1—Tractor Sweep
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1—International Tractor Lister
1—Rubber-Tired Underslung {♦
1—Coats Loader *♦
1—Rubber-Tired Wagon, 85-bushel box
1—2-Wheel Boat Trailer
1—Oil Tank Heater
1—Tractor Post Hole Digger
1—DeLaval Sterling Pipe Line Milker,
2 years old
I—DeLaval Electric Hot Water Heater
600 — BUSHELS GOOD EAR CORN — 600
TEPWC* CASH OR MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WITH THE CLERK. ALL PROPERTY \l
I CisSfaD* TO be settled for before being removed from the PREMISES. II
ROBUST KtlKR & SDH
— OWNERS — I •
STUART, NEBRASKA | -
ELMER McCLURG. Auctioneer TRI-COUNTY BANK, Clerk \\