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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1956)
Belzer - Burival
At St. Patrick s
(PhoUi at right)
Miss Mary Belzer, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Carl Belzer of O'
Neill, and Clifford Burival, son
of Mr and Mrs Frank Burival of
O’Neill, were married in St Pat
rick’s Catholic church at 9 o’
< lock. Wednesday morning, June
27 Rev Thomas Hitch officiated
at the double-ring ceremony be
fore an altar decorated with
vases of asters
Bonnie Burival sang ‘ Ave I
Maria,” accompanied by Sharlene
Shoemaker at the organ.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, appeared in a
floor - length white nylon lace
gown, and carried a white prayer
book covered with white feather
ed carnations Her veil was held
by a crown of pearls.
Roseanna Underwood of Nor
folk, a friend of the bride, served
as maid-of-honor She wore a
lavender ballerina-length gown
,«nd carried a bouque of lavender
James Burival, cousin of the
bridegroom, was bestman
The mothers of the bride and
bridegroom wore corsages of
Following the ceremony, a
breakfast was given by the bride’s
mother for 50 guests at Slat’s
Supper club On the bride’s table
was pi act'd a three-tier wedding
cake and a centerpiece of white
Mr and Mrs Burival are mak
ing their home in O’Nejl!
Damage at Deloit—
DELOIT— Tin- community re
ceived over a half inch of rain
Monday, June 25 There was a
strong wind which blew down
trees and small buildings in the
Urban and Loeske neighborhood
Another shower of rain fell on
Friday evening and a fourth inch
Farmers are cultivating the
corn for the last time and putting
up oats for hay. The hay crop is
expected to be short.
Other Deloit News
Richard, John and Web Napier
were helping at the Glenn Harp
stor home Friday and Saturday.
A water system was installed.
Earl Rosow and H Reimer
were in Burwoll Friday.
Mr, and Mrs Harold Werk
meister, Darold and Judy arriv
ed home from California last
A farm bureau picnic was en
joyed at the Frank Bohn farm
home Sunday evening
The HEO club will meet with
Mrs Ralph Tomjack in July.
Mr and Mrs. Earl Rossow and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer were
Ainsworth visitors Wednesday,
June 27. They called at the Clint
Miller and Hans Galbert homes.
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Tomjack
took their son. Gene, to Omaha
on Saturday from where he will
go to Denver, Colo., for further
Jackie Kallhoff spent last week
at the home of his grandparents.
Mr and Mrs G. A Bauer.
Roger Fuller, grandson of the
late Frank Sehmiser, was mar
ried at St. John’s Catholic church
on Saturday. A priest from Om
aha was in charge The bride
was also from Omaha
Mr and Mrs Leo Funk and
Vera Dell spent last Thursday at
the Kenny Ziska home in Atkin
Mrs. Clifford Burival . . Marv Belzer before her mar
riage.—O'Neill Photo Co.
AMELIA—The Amelia com
munity received a 1 V-i inch rain
fall Monday evening. June 25.
Wind and hail did slight dam
age. The mail-carrier from At
kinson, Dwight Kenny, lost all
the buildings on his farm, ex
cept the house and barn by fire,
caused by lightning.
Mrs. James Chapman of Santa
Barbara. Calif., and Mrs. Phyllis
) Peg!in and children of Fairmont,
■ Minn , visited their grandpar
| ents, Mr. and Mrs. George
i Withers, Monday afternoon. Mrs.
i Chapman is a daughter - in - law
of Mrs Withers.
Other Amelia News
Mr and Mrs. Glenn White
were supper guests Tuesday
evening, June 26, of her parents,
Mr and Mrs. S. C. Barnett. It
was Mrs White’s birthday anni
Mrs. Ralph Rees was a supper
guest at Mrs. Stella Sparks
Tuesday evening, June 26.
Mrs. Lew Backhaus called on
Mrs. Edith Andersen Tuesday
afternoon. June 26
Caroline Backhaus visited
over Wednesday night, June 27,
in O’Neill with Eldara Sierk and
also had some work done on her
car while there.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Kaiser and
his father, Richard Kaiser, visit
ed relatives at Hardin, Mont.,
the past two weeks. Mr Kaiser
planned to make an extended
visit there with his sons, Vent
I and Chester.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Veseio and j
i family of Omaha visited with
| their sister and family, the
Lloyd Waldos, the early part of
Rev. and Mrs. L. Hansberry
of Trenton came Wednesday and
visited friends in the Amelia
and Chambers vicinity. Rev.
Hansberry filled the pulpits at
the Amelia and Chambers Meth- j
odist churches on Sunday morn- |
Kathy Doolittle visited over the i
weekend at the Jim Bilstein
Mr. and Mrs. Art Waldo and
family left Wednesday, June 27,
for their home at Sidney, Mont.,
after a visit with his brother, B.
W. and Mrs. Waldo, and at the
Ackles home near Burwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hiatt re
ceived word of the birth of a
daughter to the former Ruth
Mulligan on June 3.
Mrs. Art Doolittle and Mrs.
Bob Adair and their families
helped Mrs. Edgar Peterson
celebrate her birthday anniver
sary. Wednesday evening, June
27. The ladies took pie. cake and
ice cream for lunch.
Mrs. Julia White returned
home Wednesday, June 27, from
Spearfish, S.D., where she had
spent several weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Braddock.
Leave for Idaho—
The Misses Mary Lou Uhl,
Jeanne Cole, Elizabeth (“lbs”)
Shaeffer, Mary Froelich, Barbara
and Marde Birmingham left Sun
day morning for a 10-days’ stay
at Sun Valley, Ida.
Mrs. Lester Perry and Lou
Ann, who had been visiting in
the Richard Perry home, return
ed Friday to their home in Oak
Mr and Mrs C E. Melena
and Mr and Mrs Max Marshall
attended the boat races at Nio
brara Sunday. They had a picnic
I m the park in the afternoon
Mr and Mrs John McC-arwlle
and family are leaving Sunday.
July 8. for a week’s vacation in
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Young
and family of Ravenna left last
Thursday after a four-days’ visit
with her parents, Mr and Mrs
Austin Hynes. Mr Hynes is a pa
tient at St .Anthony’s hospital
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PHONE M O'NEILL
160-Acre Holt County Farm
and Personal Property
AS WE HAVE purchased a grocery store in Spencer, Nebraska and are taking possession at once, we will offer
our farm and personal property at public auction, on the premises, located 4 miles north from the northeast
corner of Atkinson, Nebr., on State Highway 11,2 miles east and one-fourth mile south; OK south of Butte on
Highway I 1 (highway marked with harm Sale sign), on —
N inday, July 16th
Sale to Start at 12:30 P.M. Lunch on Grounds
Improved 160-Acre Farm
I Double Crib and r
h*y ^ 24X26-ft.^drive.
I Barn, 25x60-fi h„ u
»ou~, ,0,32-ft. c«W?aL!.0x36'ft Poultry
I closed. battle Shed, 22x32-1, . n
I Twelve acres LAND
/ ^zz,z°t^^^z:zZi:"d pasture
I Holt County, NeCka' ^"^'P ^Ranjzf
* used» °« place.
TERMS OF SALE
1 wenty percent down on date of sale; balance upon
delivery of deed and abstract. Immediate possession
to purchaser when terms of sale are completed. Fifty
percent of purchase price of real estate will be car
Purchaser can arrange for lease for balance of this
year on an additional 320 acres now under lease for
one-half the hay crop. No cash rent involved. This
lease land complements the land to be sold and the
320-acres have been leased for several consecutive
years by the present owners.
Puchaser to have possession and have benefit of all
crops and pasture of both deeded land and leased
land. Purchaser must also comply with lease now on
An inspection of the premises gladly arranged by contacting the owners, who
reside on the premises or the auctioneer-broker.
I 41 - Head of Cattle - 41 |
15—MILK COWS, Milking Shorthorns and Jerseys
All milking now. freshen again this Fall and Winter
8—Yearling Shorthorn HEIFERS
1-Blue Koan HtlrtK,
2-years-old, from good milk cow
4—Yearling Shorthorn STEERS
3-Yr.-01d Saddle Horse, gentle — Set Harness — Saddle — Good Cattle Dog — 10 Hamp. Feeder Pigs I
2—Doz. Chickens — Some Geese (young and old) I
I Machinery and Equipment |
H Farmall, new sleeves
Reg. Farmall with booster
buck, booster scoop
238 IHC Cultivator
25V IHC Power Mower
15-Ft Woodbine Disc
10-Ft. Power Binder
Rubber Tire Wagon Box
12-Ft. Hay Rake
Steel Wagon, Rack
8-Ton Wadon Hoist,
32-Ft. Challenge Elevator
with dump and motor
IHC Com Planter with
160 rods wire
GI 2-Row Com Picker,
J-D 10-ln. Hammer Mill
GI 2-Row Picker, not
GI Single-Row Pull-Type
1941 V2-T. Chev. Pickup
Hand Com Sheller
2—Rolls Slat Cribbing
2— Rolls Wire Cribbing
3— Hog Troughs
4 -Steel Stanchions
40 -Used Bridge Plank,
Some Used Lumber
Several Fuel Barrels
Lots of Shop Tools
Household Goods I
Antique Love Seat and
1HC Cream Separator
with electric motor
3—5-Gal. Cream Cans
8-Gal. Cream Can Milk Pails, Etc. ;
Many Other Miscellaneous Items
TERMS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY, Strictly Cash.
ROY and ELAINE FORBES
COL. ED THOR1N, O’Neal, Nebr., FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Auctioneer-Real Estate Broker Atldnson, Nebr., Clerk
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