The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, December 17, 1953, Page 10, Image 10

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for SALE: Give a gift which
will be a constant reminder of
the giver— the World-Herald
(daily only), 20 weeks (5 mo.),
. $3.95 —M. W. Ellenwood, At
kinson. 33c
FOR SALE: Holstein milk cows.
Have more than I can handle.
—L. O. Lenz, Chambers, phone
2921, one-half mile north of
bargains, new spring styles.
Phone 595-R or call at resi
dence of Mrs. Bill Gallagher.
o 1 tip«J*)
. FOR SALE: Used Ford-Ferguson
tractor, new motor a year ago.
_Marcellus Impl. Co., O Neill,
phone 5._3^c
FOR SALE. Brand new two-pc.
rose studio suite, regular
$199.50; damaged in shipment
but is repaired, now $,
delivered. —Midwest Furn. &
Appl., West O’Neill, phone
346-J. 33c
FOR SALE: Used platform rock
er $5. _ Midwest Furn. &
Appl., West O’Neill, phone
346-J. 31C
FOR SALE: 5-hp Johnson out
board motor; als° 35'mm;.,¥w‘
cury camera. —Phone 530-M,
O’Neill. 33-34c
To Grow More Beautiful
[with the Passing Years
FOR SALE: Cotton cake $80.00
per ton, delivered. — Everett
Gorgen, phone 524-M, O Neill.
FOR SALE: Holiday ducks,
geese or stewing and roasting
chickens, dressed or alive.—
Martha Johnng Fleener, O
Neill, 9-F110._33P35
FOR SALE: “Holiday” 2-room
house trailer, 24 foot.—Edward
Winkler, Emmet, phone O Neill
1-F11. 3U1
FOR SALET~Geese^ alive. Art
Remter, O’Neill. 32p
FOR SALE: Walnut end tables,
one group, specially priced at
$4.95 each.—Midwest Furn. &
Appl., West O’Neill, phone
FOR SALE: All-wood wardrobe;
plan two inside doors, 2% ft.
x 6l/z ft., with lock and hinges.
_Mrs. Henry Martin, O Neill,
phone 227-J.33P
New Machinery
J-D spreaders.
J-D elevators.
Trailer wagons and boxes.
J-D 10 and 14 in. hammer mills.
No. 80 and 220 Letz grinders.
Farmhand loaders, bulldozers,
grapple forks.
Now on Display in Our
\SS. Royal and Firestone farm
J-D-D oils, greases and batteries.
Bale ties, cable, comfort covers,
tractor chains.
Used Machinery
1946 John Deere model A.
1945 John Deere Model A.
Super M IHC tractor, near new.
1937 A J-D tractor.
1937 B J-D tractor.
R.C. Allis tractor.
F 20 IHC tractor, 13x36 tires,
100-Ft hammermill belt.
Our John Deere Show — Feb. 19
Harry R. Smith Impls.
Your John Deere Dealer
Phone 562 — O’Neill
FOR SALE: All metal ironing
boards, $5.95.—Midwest Furn.
& Aopl., West O’Neill, phone
346-J, 33c
Comhusker hybrid seed corn.
—Kenneth Ellingson, O’Neill,
Nebr. 28-34p
FOR SALE: Aeiomotor wind
mills, and towers, galvanized
stock tanks, 8- and 10-foot
sizes. — John Sobotka, Inman.
Nebr. 7tf
FOR SALE: Brand new solid oak
kitchen chairs, $4.50 each. —
Midwest Furn. & Appl., West
O’Neill, phone 346-J. 33c
FOP SALE: Insurance of au
kinds. — See R. H. (“Ray”)
Shriner, phone 106. 39tf
FOR SALE: Six good 8.25x20
tires and tubes. — Borg &
Worth, Phillips “66” Sta., O
NeilL 33c
Sales & Service
B I G L I N ’ S
Phone 38 — O’Neill
29 tf
Generator & Motor Winding
New and Used Motors
for Any Job 25tf
FOR SALE: Serta 10-yr. guar
antee “Ortho-Cushion” mat
tresses, reg. $59.95, now $34.50.
Haul yourself.—Midwest Furn.
& AppL, West O’Neill, phone
346-J. 33c
These L-O-W Prices
on A-l Used Cars
WILL BE in effect until the
supply is exhausted—or until
January 1, 1954. Better hurry
. . . take advantage of these
LOW prices on mighty fine
used cars that have been
traded-in on new Fords.
THESE cars, described below,
carry the same guarantee,
same service facilities, same
A-l conditioning as all LO
1949 Studebaker Land Cruiser,
Regal Deluxe 4-dr., original
dark green finish, tires like
new, fireside comfort from the
big heater. If you like to save
money, you will like the over
drive and the price . $699
1952 Ford Crestline Victoria,
V-8 engine, 2-tone green fin
ish, 6-tube radio, fresh air
heater, turn indicators, over
drive, white sidewall tires.
Here is a real beauty and class
at a price you can afford. Sale
price _ 1,599
1948 Plymouth, Special Deluxe,
4-door. Heater will keep the
kids warm. Radio will keep
them quiet. Outside sun visor
for extra styling. Offered for
the first time at only — $499
1946 Ford V-8 Tudor. Nothing
fancy, just the necessities of
life. A-l condition, new snow
grip tires on rear. Working
men’s special. At only — $439
1951 Ford Custom Tudor. Easy
to-clean light blue finish. Pow
erful V-8 engine, 6-tube radio,
fresh air heater. Miles of
smiles for only.. $1,099
1950 Ford. V-8 engine, dark
green Custom Tudor, dis
tinctive new plastic seat cov
ers, fresh air heater, economy
minded overdrive. You don’t
have to be rich to enjoy this
luxury at _ $999
1952 Chevrolet 4-door Styleline
Deluxe, low mileage, radio,
heater, fender skirts, back-up
light. Exceptionally clean
throughout. Come in and try
it. It’ priced at just- $1,444
1948 Ford Super Deluxe Fordor,
6 - cylinder engine, maroon
paint, radio, heater. Lots of
dependable service left in this
one. Look at the price!
Only -- ----------- $499
1952 i ora uuswuimre * v'*—*■
Famous Ford V-8 engine with
all the trimmings, radio, fresh
air heater, turn signals,
chrome wheel covers, plastic
seat covers, 2 - tone finish,
windshield washer, Fordomatic
at this special sale price
of _ $1,666
1949 Chevrolet 2-door, jet black
finish, heater for comfort, ra
dio for enjoyment. A nice
looking car that has been com
pletely reconditioned. Low
mileage. If you drive it, you
will appreciate it. And the
price is just -- $74y
1948 Ford F-l Ms-ton pickup.
Ford’s famous V-8 engine.
Enormous heater, Snow Grip
tires—made for this weather,
3-speed transmission, low ra
tio differential gives lots of
power. Price only - $495
1946 Chevrolet %-ton pickup.
Nice red finish and green
stock rack, 3-speed transmis
sion. Lots of dependable ser
vice for the amazingly low
sale price of only - $359
1943 Ford 6-cyl. F-l ^-ton pick
up. Original dark green fin
ish, 4-speed transmission, new
battery. Top shape and ready
to go. Sale price reduced to
only _ $449
Hurry! Sale Ends Jan. 1!
“Your Friendly FORD Dealer”
Phone 16 — O’Neill
FOR SALE: Cavalier cedar
chests, $59.95 to $69.50, clear
ance price, $49.50 each.—Mid
west Furn. & Appl., West O’
Neill, phone 346-J. 33c
FOR SALE: Shadow boxes in all
sizes and colors, $3.95. —Mid
west Furniture & Appl., West
O’Neill, phone 346-J. 33c
FOR SALE: Boy Scout suit. —
Thrift Shop, O’Neill. 33p
FOR SALE: Special Christmas
sale — brand new New Home
sewing machines in walnut
console cases, $149.50, plus
sewing chair FREE!—Midwest
Furn. & Appl., West O’Neill,
phone 346-J. 33c
FREE! to the ladies—50c bottle
of Golden Star furniture pol
ish yours for the asking.—Mid
west Furniture & Appl., West
O’Neill, phone 346-J. 33c
FOR SALE: Fine 2-bedroom
house, lovely large living room,
compact kitchen. Basement
finished into large rumpus
room or third bedroom, newly
decorated with beautiful ap
pointments Near new carpet
ing throughout. Situated on
large lot; excellent lawn; ga
rage with paved drive. Many
“extras” in construction. Lo
cated north of Douglas street
within easy walking distance
of schools and business dis
trict. Shown by appointment
only, call
Brokers, O’Neill 33c
building, 24by 90 foot. One- j
half block north of the Golden |
hotel. Oil burning furnace. —1
• F. J. Dishner, O’Neill. 32-33p60
house, modem, location— first
house north of watertower in
O’Neill.—Call 7183 at Atkinson.
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom home. —
Phone 561-M, O’Neill, or see
Lyle Green. 30tf
FOR SALE: 320 acre farm. Write
or see Mrs. Rodney Tomlinson,
O’Neill, box 214. 30-33c
house with bath. Call or write
Bill Perry, phone 464-R, O’
Neill. 32-33c
ROOM RENT FREE to lady who
will be company for me nights.
—Mary Donlin, O’Neill. 32tf
FOR RENT: 3-room uniurnished
apartment with bath; good res
idential section. — Call 171-J,
O’Neill. 17tf
FOR RENT: Sanders for floor
and furniture. — Spelts - Ray
Lbr. Co.47tf
FOR RENT: Business bldg., 116
So. Fourth st. —Kieth Abart,
FOR RENT: Floor polisher and
waxer.—Spelts-Ray Lbr. Co.
DON’T WAIT! Protect now
against expenses of polio, can
cer and other dreaded diseases,
$15 for entire family for one
year Why take chances? —
See R. H. (“Ray") Shriner, O’
O’Neill. lltf
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
A PHONE CALL brings us on
the run Phone 404-W. User1
car parts, car repairing, ele-'
trie and acetylene welding
body shop.
Strong’s Repair Shop
North Seventh — O’Neill
Real Estate Loans
WE have unlimited funds to loan
on Ranches. If you anticipate
needing a loan, CALL US TO
Ernie Weller
Phone 6231 or 5141 — Atkinson
SELLING is 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.
WOMEN WANTED: Housewives
—address advertising post
cards. Must have good hand
writing. LINDO, Watertown,
Mass. 32-35p2
Long Term
Pre-Payment Privileges
4% Federal Land Bank
O’Neill, Nebr.
WANTED: Flocks to furnish us
hatching eggs.—Corkle Hatch
ery. 32-35c
Body - Fender
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.
219 Douglas St. Phone 211-W
Representative for
Phone No. 343 — O’Neill
MRS. THOMAS Greene, Mrs.
Gordon Harper and Miss Cath
erine Donohoe, chairman, wish
to thank all those who helped
to make the food sale and
bazaar for St. Patrick’s Altar
society a success. Also, thanks
to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shelham
er for the use of their store.
MY SINCERE thanks to all my
relatives and friends for the
cards, visits, prayers and flow
ers while I was in St. An
thony’s hospital. A special
thanks to Doctors Wilson and
Langdon, the hospital staff and
Reverend Lee. Your kindness
will never be forgoten.
???? 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. Htf
L. Guthmiller
Half-block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kinds ol
automobile, truck and tractor
repair. Acetylene welding
LOST: Endgate to dump truck
between Norfolk and O’Neill,
highway 275, Sunday after
noon, December 6. Reward.—
Write Leonard Peterson, 1535
North 15th st., Lincoln. 32c
SEE Ralph Simpson for your
electric wiring. — 359-LW, O’
Neill. ltf
American Kitchens
White Water Heaters
Next door Asimus Motors)
Phone 399 — O’Neill ti
Open Every Day!
north of Neligh on state high
way 14 and 1% miles east on
gravel road, follow the signs.
We buy slaughter horses of all
kinds, top prices paid. New
tested scales.
Hill Livestock Co.
Phone Neligh 250 — Neligh Rt. 2
L. G. HILL, Prop.
Emmet News
Mrs. Leon Beckwith, Mrs.
Norman Wayman and Mrs. Gil
bert Fox spent Saturday after
noon, December 12, visiting Mrs.
Charles Abart.
Robert Allen is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Jerrold Dusatko.
The Altar society met Wednes
day, December 16, in the base
ment of the Church of Epiphany
Mrs. William Newton called on
Mrs. Dean Perry and family on
Thursday afternoon, December
; Mrs. Alice Bridges of O’Neill
has been staying at the Guy Cole
I home since Tuesday, December
Mrs. Guy Cole. Mrs. William
Grothe, jr., and Mrs. Georgiana
McGinnis went to a Red Cross
meeting at the Town House on
Wednesday evening, December
Mr and Mrs. Don Wagnon and
Kathy arrived Friday morning
from Tennessee to spend the
Christmas holidays with his
mother and stepfather, Mr. and
Mrs. Geary Enbody, and grand
father, Bill Tenborg. Don recent
ly received his discharge from
the service.
Miss Bonita Muff and Jeanie
Bosn of O’Neill were last Thurs
day evening guests of Miss Nor
ma Lou Foreman.
Miss Norma Lou Foreman was
a Tuesday, December 8, over
night guest of Mr. and Mrs. John
Tenborg and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tomlin
son and Veldon of Star and Lar
ry Godel of O’Neill were Friday
night supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Fox and Barbara.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pruss were
Sunday morning, December 13,
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Foreman and family.
Deraid and Donna Perry cele
brated their birthday anniver
saries Thursday, December 10.
Deraid celebrated h i s ninth
birthday anniversary and Donna
celebrated her 15th birthday an
John C o n a r d motored to
Wayne Saturday after his daugh
ter, Mary Lou, who is a student
at Wayne State Teachers college.
Harold Mlinar called on Mr.
and Mrs. Jerrold Dusatko Sat
urday, December 12.
Mrs. Howard McConnell visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Alex McConnell
Saturday afternoon, December
Charles Lawrence, prominent
O’Neill trucker, was awarded a
safety badge at the annual truck
ers’ day in Sioux City. He was
one of the 313 truckers in a four
state area who had hauled live
stock to market over a period
of years without a single loss.
LYNCH—Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Gengler of Creighton, Mr. and
Mrs. Nick Gengler of Plainview.
George and Louis Gengler of
Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Nollett of Valentine spent the
past week here due to the sick
ness and death of their mother,
Mrs. Peter Gengler.
Arrives from Bragg—
Pfc. James Bridges, son of
Mrs. Alice Bridges, arrived Tues
day, December 15, to spend the
holidays with his mother. Mrs.
Bridges recentlv fractured her
right leg in a fall on the ice.
Inman Social Groups
Hold Yule Parties
INMAN—Mrs. George Colman,
sr.„ entertained the Coffee club
Friday at her home. A covered
dish dinner was served at noon.
This was the Christmas party
and gifts were exchanged.
The annual Christmas party of
Arbutus Rebekah lodge was held
following the business meeting
Wednesday evening, December 9,
at the IOOF hall. Mrs. Harvey
Tompkins and Mrs. A. N. Butler
had charge of the program and
gift exchange. Mrs. W. E. Kelley,
noble grand, was in charge of
the meeting. Refreshments were
se. ved at the close of the evening
by a committee composed of Mrs.
Virgil Morrow, Mrs. Anna Smith,
Mrs. Earl Watson and Mrs. Her
bert Neilsen.
Other Inman News
Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Watson
went to Lincoln Saturday, return
ing Sunday evening and bringing
Mrs. Watson’s mother, Mrs. A.
B. Pierson back for the holidays.
While in Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs.
Watson attended the opera,
‘The Student Prince,” given by
the students of Nebraska Wesele
yan university. Their daughter,
Carolyn, who attends Nebraska
Wesdeyan, was in the opera. It
was given for four nights in the
Plainsmen theater to a packed
house each night. Miss Carolyn
also appeared on TV over KFOR
Sunday evening as accompanist
for Wesleyan girls glee club..
Mr. Ivan Couch went to Omaha
Fred Schaum, who has been
in South Dakota, spent a few
days last week visiting his son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Couch.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Keil of Al
lan spent the weekend visiting
in the home of their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Keil.
Miss LuElla Watson, who is
employed at Atkinson, spent the
weekend visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson.
The YM club met Friday with
Mrs. Roy Gannon. The hostess
served a dinner at noon and the
afternoon was spent socially.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benash
and twins of O’Neill were Satur
day visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Siders.
Joan Coventry of Omaha spent
the weekend visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Coventry,
and family.
Larry Sawyer of Stuart spent
the weekend with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sawyer.
James P. Gallagher went to
Grand Island Tuesday evening,
December 8, to meet Mrs. Gal
lagner and son, Edward, who
were returning from a three
months stay in California where
they visited relatives and friends.
Mrs. Walter Jacox went to Am
elia Tuesday, December 8, where
she will visit in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Wolfe and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Don Lines and
daughter of Wasta, S. D., spent
a few days last week visiting Mr.
Lines’ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dana Lines and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeLong and.
sons returned to their home in
Chicago, 111., Saturday after
spending a few day svisiting in
the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
DeLong and Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. L. R. Tompkins went to
Omaha on Friday to visit her son
and daughter-in-law, and family.
While there she attended “The
Desert Song” by Sigmund Rom
berg, presented by the acappella
choir of Central high school. Her
granddaughter. Miss Nancy
Tompkins, a senior at Central
high, took the leading part of
Margot Bonvalet
Mrs. Clarence Hansen of In
man was elected worthy matron
of Symphony chapter order of
Eastern Star at O’Neill Thursday
evening. Mrs. James McMahan of
Inman past worthy matron, also
attended the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Mossman
left last week for a visit with
their son-in-law and daughter,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Gillihan at
Lawrence, Kans.
Riverside News
(East of Ewing)
Mrs. Wayne Fry went to Lin
coln by bus Friday to visit her
friends, Jule Francis, Dorthea
Marshall and Jean Slough.
Wayne drove to Lincoln Sunday
and she returned home with
him. While in Lincoln Wayne
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mil
ler and Richard, former residents
of Ewing.
The Riverside school program
is to be held Monday night, De
cember 21; the program in the
Willie Shrader school is to be on
December 23.
Rev. F. A. Hand returned home
Sunday night from Central City
where he had been conducting
services in the Free Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen of
Newman Grove were Wednesday,
December 9, overnight guests at
the Z. H. Fry home. Duane and
his brohter, Don, were the auc
tioneers at the Richard Bollwitt
sale last Thursday.
Jim Conway, a student at Ster
ling college, spent the weekend
at the Carl Christon home.
Sunday dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorraine
Montgomery were Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Napier, Mr. and Mrs. Z. H.
Fry, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Napier
and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Fry and
The Kenneth Pollocks and Art
Busshardts of Neligh spent Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Pollock.
The Seek and Share project
club held its regular monthly
meeting in the home of Frances
Shrader Tuesday, December 8.
Last Thursday the group met at
the home of Shirley Miller to
continue work on glo candles.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Napier and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Napier
and daughters visited Tuesday,
December 8, in the Duane Jensen
home at Newman Grove. Anna
Marie Jensen accompanied them
home and visited ’til last Thurs
Mrs. F. A. Hand and family
were Sunday dinner guests of
the Carl Miller family.
The Free Methodist Sunday
school program is to be held on
Sunday evening, December 20.
Mrs. Wayne Fry entertained
the grandmothers, Mrs. A. C.
Gibson and Mrs. Z. H. Fry, aunts
and cousins of Julie and Jody
Wednesday afternoon, December
9, in honor of their birthday an
niversaries. Jody was 2-years-old
December 10 and Julie will be 3
years-old December 18.
Edgar Switzer of Rocky Point.
Wyo., is visiting at the Ora Swit
zer home. Other Sunday dinner
guests at Switzer’s were the
Lloyd Switzer, Leo Miller and
Wendell Switzer families.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lofquest and
children were guests for dinner
last Thursday at the Reuben
Meyer home in Neligh. Ralph Al
len and son of Oregon and the
Elmer Allen family of Stuart
were also guests.
Mrs. Wilbur Bennett was host
ess last Thursday to the Jolly
Workers’ club at an all-day meet
ing. After a covered dish dinner
the ladies tied two comforteis
and made quilt blocks.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards
and Kathy visited at the Willie
Shrader home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mont
gomery called at the Johnny Mil
ler home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harpster
and sons were Sunday dinner
guests at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Napier.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fink and
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fink and sons
were Sunday dinner guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Miller, who live north of Page.
Frontier for printing! Prompt !
deliveries! 1
Hospitalization Detains
Borg. Wife in France—
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Borg re
ceived a letter this week from
their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Don
ald Borg, stating that her hus
band, Donald, is in a hospital
at LaRochelle, France, suffering
from yellow jaundice. The Borgs
had expected to return to the
U S. this month and had already
shipped their car home.
Latest reports are he is “get
ting along all right," but would
probably be detained in France
another month or two.
Corporal and Mrs. Borg have
been in France for the past 11
Joan Wilson is 11—
Mrs. Rex Wilson entertained
about 10 girls to a theater party
Sunday afternoon, December 13,
in honor of her daughter, Joan,
on her llih birthday anniver
sary. A lunch was served in her
home after the show.
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Under the Direction of Charles B. Houser
O'Neill Public School
3:00 P.M.
Soprano _____ Mrs. Lane Griffin
Alio .....-. .. Mrs. Merwyn French
Tenor__ Willis Johnson
Bass .......-.—. John Schw&rtx
Pianists: Mrs. Merwyn French; Mrs. Charles B. Houser
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