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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1953)
Hounds Get 8 of 11
Coyotes in Hunt
Group Participates in
AMELIA—A coyote hunt Sun
day west of Amelia netted eight
coyotes killed and thiee succeed
ed in getting away.
Hounds owned by Ira Liermau,
Asa Sherrner, Alfred James, Or
. land Fryrear and Dick Doolittle
took part in the chase. One ol
the hounds owned by Dick Doo
little got six of the coyotes.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clifford,
Rudy Dvorak and son helped
.spot the coyotes with their planes.
Others participating in the at
fair were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gil
man and Connie, Mrs. Everett
Minings, Mrs. Alfred James and
Other Amelia News
Ralph Adair took a group of
.' teachers to Lincoln to attend in
stitute. Those attending were
. Zoellyn Gilman, Sandra Gilman,
Colleen Kennedy and Delores
Doolittle. Connie Gilman and
Nancy Watson accompanied the
group and visited relatives in
The Woman’s Society of Chris
tian Service observed a “quiet
day service” Sunday evening at
the church. Mrs. Harold Fuller
ton, Mrs. George Fullerton, Mrs.
Margie Sammons and Mrs. Earnie
Johnston had charge of the ser
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barnett
and daughters, Ardath and Con
nie, returned Wednesday eve
ning, October 31, from their va
• cation spent in Colorado and
Wyoming. Lawrence bagged a
deer while in Wyoming.
■' A full house enjoyed the pro
gram staged by Miss Zoellyn
Gilman and her pupils Friday
evening. A little over $32 was
realized from the sale of the box
suppers. Charlotte Berry, Hugh
James. Richard and Michael Pos
p^hil are the pupils.
Mrs. Emma Lindsey and Flor
ence visited Mr. and Mrs. John
Allen at Burwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ernst of
Wichita, Kans., visited his moth
er, Mrs. Delia Ernst, last week,
returning home the early part of
Mrs. Burton Kiltz, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs.
Etta Ott, and other relatives,
started Friday to her home at
Venita White entertained sev
eral little friends at a party in
honor of her birthday anniversa
ry Saturday afternoon, October
Mrs. Alice Prewitt and Lynn
are the owners of a new Ford.
Ralph Adair has a new Chevro
Lyle and Leone Fix, accompan
ied by their nephews, Gaylen and
visit at the Gale Fix home. Gay
Larry Fix, went to Scottsbluff to
len and Larry, who have been
visiting their grandmother, Mrs.
Alice Prewitt, will remain at the
home of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gale Fix.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Retzlaff were
guests at supper Saturday eve
ning at the Ernest Jergens home
near Norfolk. They also attended
a card party there that evening.
Rev. and Mrs. Harold Lillie,
sr., and three daughters of
Wainsville, Ind., and their son,
Harold Lillie, jr., and Mrs. Lillie
and family of Council Bluffs, la.,
and Mrs. Tom Caster and daugh
ter, also of Council Bluffs, visit
ed from last Thursday until Sat
urday at the Beryl Waldo home.
Mrs. Lillie, sr., is Mrs. Waldo’s
Wilbur Chapman of San Fran
cisco, Calif., and Harold Chap
man of Topeka, Kans., visited
their mother, Mrs. George With
ers, on Tuesday and Wednesday,
October 20 and 21. They were
suprised when another son,
George Chapman, and family of
Linton, N.D., came for a few
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Backhaus
and little nephew, Frank Vroo
man, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Backhaus and Caro
line, attended a family dinner
Sunday at the home of Mrs. Celia
Backhaus in Atkinson. Mrs.
Pearl Winterstien of Lincoln, a
sister of Frank and Lew Back
haus, was also present.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce and
Mrs. Charles Bligh visited at Hot
Springs, S.D., and were sight
seeing in the Black Hills last
Mrs. Orlando Vines and son of
Arlington, Wash., are expected to
arrive this week to visit her
brother, Paul Fisher, and family.
Alvin Forbes wTas deer hunting
in Wyoming last week.
Mrs. Harold Sinclair and chil
dren of Omaha visited her sister.
Mrs. Lloyd Waldo, and family
Mrs. Delia Ernst, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Ernst, Art Waldman, Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar Peterson and
Donna Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Art
Doolittle, Cleone and Dale, and
Pat Kennedy were Sunday din
ner guests at the James Curran
home north of O’Neill.
Mrs. Dean Richards of Omaha
spent from Friday until Sunday
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. O. Wood.
Mrs. Hester Edmisten and Mrs.
Leo Neubauer drove to North
Platte Friday to spend the week
end with Mrs. Lydia Backers,
who is the daughter of Mrs. Ed
The Misses Grace and Nelle
Wood, who are employed at Ne
ligh, spent Saturday night and
Sunday at the home of their sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. William Neubauer.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh
and son of Blair spent the week
end with his mother, Mis. Nellie
McIntosh, and Ray and another
brother, Floyd McIntosh, and
Eleven members of the Meth
odist WSCS met at the home of
Mrs. Wiliam Neubauer for quilt
ing Thursday afternoon. The
hostess served refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nissen and
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Asher were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
George Fuelberth of Hartington.
Mr. Fuelberth is a brother oi
Mrs. Nissen and Mrs. Asher.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tipton of
Waverly spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Harper. Mrs. Tipton is a
sister of Mr. Harper.
The Just-a-Mere club met Fri
day with Mrs. C. A. Townsend
with a 2:30 p.m., luncheon. The
afternoon was spent playing
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sorensen
and family were Sunday dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sor
ensen, sr. Clayton Mesner and
daughter, Eleta Rea of O’Neill
were afternoon visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wood ol
Lincoln and Roy Haynes of Den
ton spent the weekend here. Mr
and Mrs. Wood visited their twc
daughters, Mrs. Calvin Harvey
and Mrs. Kenneth Asher, and
families and son, Noel. Mr. Hay
nes visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Haynes.
GROUCHO SAYS, "Just a quick note
• to say the NEW 1954 DE SOTO is
coming on Nov. 5th. Go see it at
your De Soto-Plymouth dealer . . .
and tell 'em Groucho sent you!"
The Occidental is pleased to announce
the appointment of
KEITH A. ABART
108 NORTH 4TH STREET
as their local agent in O’Neill, Nebraska
*4l|||ll* BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION
5V Orga ized 1889 Home Office: Omaha |
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Mother Looks at a New Gas Range”
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Bring Mother with you to the nearest
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at the new Gas Ranges while there.
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Ask Mother to look at the Roper Space-Master Natural Gas
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11,000-Acre Holt Co. Ranchi
I and PERSONAL PROPERTY at I
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(HAVING DECIDED to move to the West Coast, we will offer at public auction the following described Holt
County, Nebr., real estate and personal property on the premises, located 8 miles north, 6 miles east and 7
I north of Atkinson on gravelled Highway No. 1 1, then 1 /i miles west to the improvements; OR 12 miles
south of Butte on No. 1 1, then 1 Yl miles west, on—
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Ii Details Concerning Real Estate ;l
^ Legal Description: EJ4 Section 1, N]4NEJ4 Section 12, all in Township 32, Range 14; WJ/^NWC^, ^ I
< NWJ4SWJ4 Section 6, SW!4NE!4, WJ4NWJ4, SEJ4NW14. SWJ4 NWI4SEI4, Section 7, EJ4NWJ4 >
I Section 18, all in Township 32, Range 13, Holt County, Nebr. I
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4 The Improvements
J 5-Room One-Story Dwelling, wired with
< REA, telephone, running water in house.
| Near-New 24x32 Crib and Granary; 32x48
* Barn with Hayloft; 8x12 Brooder House;
4 Concrete Cave; Several Small Frame
Farmstead is located one-half nfile from rural
school, mail route at door. Several fine
shelterbelts on place.
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Consists of 60 acres of excellent alfalfa, 40
acres of farm land, 25 acres of upland hay,
balance in very good pasture.
Pasture is fenced into three separate units, all
of which contain year-around running wa
ter. Pasture has the best natural winter
Terms on Real Estate: 20 percent on date of
sale, balance due upon delivery of deed.
Merchantable abstract of title will be fur
23 - Head of CATTLE - 23 I
6—Spring Steer Calves
Brown-Swiss Bull, coming 2
4—Spring Heifer Calves
I Anyone looking for milk cows should be sure to look at these Brown-Swiss and Shorthorns.
They are outstanding dairy stock.
7-Yr.-01d Saddle Mare, gentle — Sorrel Smooth-Mouth Work Mare — 2 Dozen Mixed Chickens
APPR. 125 TONS VERY GOOD UPLAND HAY IN STACKS
60 TONS FIRST & SECOND CUTTING ALFALFA IN STACKS.
12 ACRES ATLAS SORGO IN SHOCKS — 180 BU. EAR CORN — 30 BU. OAT
I Farm Machinery & Equipment
1941 Farmall H Tractor
2-Bottom 16-In. nearly new IHC
Plow on Rubber
4-Sec. 15-Ft. Kelly Ryan near
Wagon with Box
1928 Dodge Car for Hay Sweep
No. 9 IHC Trail Mower
“H” Tractor Sweep
2-Rake Hitch on Rubber
10-Ft. John Deere Binder
“Hv Mounted Cultivator
Hay Rack, near new
250-Gal. Water Tank
300-Gal. Fuel Tank
Kerosene Tank Heater
2—Near-New 12-Ft. IHC Rakes
2—IHC Horse-Drawn Mowers
Saddle and Bridle
Elec. Powered Sickle Grinder
McC.-Dg. Power Wash
Separator, new July 1
I HOUSEHOLD GOODS, ETC. I
I Super Flame Oil Space Heater
j 10-Tube RCA-Victor Cabinet
Baby Bed — High Chair
Stroller — Fruit Jars
Davenport and Chair
Wooden Breakfast Set
2—Bed Springs with Mattresses
Many Miscellaneous Items too
Numerous to Mention
Dining Room Set with Buffet
Chest of Drawers
Elec. Washing Machine
Ij TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY: CASH. Nothing to be removed until settled for.
J.W.Manhalter& arold Manhalterl
| — OWNERS — I
Sale to Be Conducted by THORIN-BOWKER AUCTION SERVICE, O’Neill, Nebr. I
COL. ED THOR1N, O'Neill, Auct.-Broker BILL BOWKER, O'Neill, Clerk-Broker I
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