The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 09, 1959, SECTION ONE, Image 7

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    FOR SALE
Thiele’s Dairy Cattle
TOP PRODUCING dairy cattle
on hand at all times Wiscon
sin bred, fresh and heavy
springers, first and second calf
heifers.
Arnold Thiele
2 V4 miles southwest of Clear
water, Phone 17 on 12. tf
FOR SALE: Two C Allis Chalmers
tractors; No. 22 Massey Harris
tractor; plow and cultivator to
fit C A-C tractor.—K. C. Hunt,
O’Neill. 49tf
FOR SALE: Wagner loader with
live lift to fit Ford tractor. Good
as new. Boyd Boelter, O’Neill
49~50p
FOR SALE: Two story house. Liv
ing room, dining room, kitchen,
bedroom and half bath on first
floor. Three bedrooms with
clothes closets, and a full bath
on second floor. Automatic oil
furnace — insulated. 630 East
Benton Street. Contact Loretto
Enright. 203 N. 13th St., Norfolk,
Nebr 50-52c
FOR SALE: 14-ft. Hudson Bay
fiberglass fishing boat. Alumin
um seats and trim, foam rubber
air tanks, trailer and canvas
cover.—A1 Thoendel, 6 miles
south and 7 west of Ewing. 50c
KY'iR QAT.1T- Mpnrlv now 3 hf*d
room home, all modem. —See
Ponton Agency, O'Neill. 50tl
FOR SALE: Lincoln Brome Grass
Seed. Lewis Sobotka, phone 315,
Inman. 49-50p
FOR SALE—51ide haystacker with
cage. Contact Vem Wrede, O’
Neill. 49-50p
FOR SALE — Choice Holstein,
Guernsey and Swiss heifer cal
ves. Calves on hand at most
time*.—Gerald O’Connor; north
east comer of Atkinson. 49p
PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE fall
boars for sale. Double vaccinat
ed—Henry Stelling, 2 miles
south, Vs west, Orchard. 49-50c
FOR SALE: J-D pull type lister,
good shape.—Merlyn Anderson,
O’Neill. 49-50p
SmGETTsEWING MACHINE —
Take over 6 payments of $5.95
each on Electric Singer, com
Elete with attachments. It can
e seen in O’Neill.— Sew Vac.
Co., 409 Pearl St., Sioux City la
49-50p
FOR SALE OR LEASE: Kozy Cor
ner Cafe Stanton, Nebraska,
County Seat Town. Doing an ex
cellent business. Immediate pos
session. Owner must quit due to
age and ill health. Will sell on
easy terms —John Thor Agency,
Stanton, Nebr. 49-51c
FOR SALE OR LEASE: Ben
Franklin Store. County Seat
Town, doing over 40,000 gross
business each ye®r r"John
Agency, Stanton, Nebr. 49-51 c
FOlTsALETchoice registered and
F grade Angus bulls.-Musil Bros.
O’Neill. _
cy’vt, cat jr • Registered Hereford
™ull ^yr.-okb-Phone Spencer
3633! Bob Krokaugger, Bristow.
FOrTaLE" 6r”rENT Last house
on E. Benton, south side street -
Keith Abart, O Neill. 48t
FOR SALE: Madison Vetch and
Cossock Alfalfa seed. Botti state
tested.—Leon Beckwith, Emrnet,
Nebr.
FOR SALE: 1948 H. International
Tractor. Good care and very
Sod condition.—Melvin Morhn
son, Plainview or 2 south, 3%
east of Brunswick._wtI
FOR SALE: Four good Holstein
cows, just fresh. Otto F. Lor
enz, O’Neill 43tl
FDR SALE: Hampshire bred gilts
to farrow in March and April,
also fall boars ready for ser
vice.—John Raster, phone Hunter
3360, Clearwater. 44-49pa
FOR SALE: A ouick, wu
door, new rubber, very clean,
phone 34, Inman, Mrs. Harvey A.
Tompkins. _™
FoiTlsALE: McCormick-Deering
No. 3 cream separator: Allis
Chalmers side rake; McCormick
Dee ring No. 51 2 row com lister,
trail type; J-D disc tiller 10 ft.—
Alfred Martens, Atkinson. 49-50p
HOUSE FOR SALE: To be moved
or tom down-—Phone 3255, In
man
FOR SALE: Registered Hereford
bulls, coming yearlings.—Phone
3255, Francis Anderl, Inman
45tf
FOR SALE: Terriflex vinyl tile.
Now carried in stock. Select
your color.—Spelts-Ray Lbr.
Co.. O’Neill. 47ctf
FOR SAIJE: Holstein heifers,
heavy springers. — John Sojka,
lfc mi. north, 4 east of Page.
39tf
SALT FOR SALE: Kanapolls
*16.50 a ton; American *20.50
a ton; white block 75c—Located
3 blks. east, 4 blks. north of
traffic li^ht. Everett Gorgan.
Ph 164, O’Neill. 5itl
WISCONSIN’S FINEST Dairy Cat
tle Shores Certified—Fresh and
Springer 1300-lb. Holsteins, Guer
nseys, Swiss, Ayrshires, Short
horns, Jerseys. $2,000.00 in Shores
Wisconsin Dairy Cattle brings
*400 00 cream monthly for Sand
hill rancher. Calves $45.00 up.
Yearlings *100.00 up. Lepto
Bang’s-shipping vaccinated. De
livered. No sale bam or Nebras
ka cattle. Travele xpenses re
funded. Harold P. Shores, Neligh,
Nebraska. Phone Tu 7-4060. 46tf
FOR SALE: J-D 4-row Lister in
good shape.—Joe Hambek, Bris
tow. 4649P
Bushels
Alfalfa Seed
FOR SALE
Contact:
J. F. Contois
O'Neill Phone 368
FOR SALE: Purebred Landrace
Boars. Weight about 200 lbs —
Chris Stelling and sons. Orchard.
Nebr 50-52
FOR SALE: Boyd Theatre, Spen
cer, Nebr Brick building.—Mrs.
Rose F. Adams. 50c
TOR SALE: 1958 2-dr Hardtop
Savoy Plymouth. Low mileage,
V-8 engine, torque flite trans
mission, two-tone beige and
white.- Call 728, O'Neill.
Machinery
MO IHC Tractor, quick hitch, T.A.
live clutch, 400 hours
1951 AC Combine
1950 AC Combine
1948 AC Combine
IHC 62 Combine
IHC 64 Combine with motor
1950 AC W.D.
2- AC W.D. Listers
2- IHC 238 Cultivators
W.D. I^oader with Hay Boom
Oliver string-tie Baler, demonstra
tor. A real good buy on this
AC 4-14 Plow, demonstrator, good
discount
Cleveland Farm Supply
ALLIS CHALMERS — OLIVER
NEW HOLLAND — DU-ALL
Phone. 1W 3-2905, Orchard, Nebr.
_ _ 46-49c
NEW AND USED
MACHINERY
53 White truck tractor
IHC 238 Cultivator
M&M 12-ft. disc
IHC 15-ft. Disc
Allis 15-ft. Disc
Post hole digger
IHC 2 row Eli
Rotary hoe
Dempster lister
Oliver lister
me 46 lister
IHC 182 lister
J-D mounted lister
Sargent tractor loader
Mowers
tHC No. 8 2-14 plow
Planter to fit C
me No. 5 side rake
48 Farmall H
40 Farmall H
54 Super C
48 Oliver 70
VAC Case
Farmall A .
APPLIANCES
IHC 12-ft. freezer
7-ft. refrigerator, electric
Maytag wringer washer
Coronado automatic washer
Apt. size electric range
Shelhamer Equipment
O’NEILL, NEBR.
me — Gehl — RCA Whirlpool
New 560 tractors, farmall
New 2 only 350 Diesel tractors
New 4 row listers. Planters new
and used, 2 row and 4 row'
Used 2 row- go digs, like new
Manure spreader, ground drive and
P.T.O.
Several good used trucks and
pickups
New trucks and pickups
USED TRACTORS
1948 John Deere G, fuel
1951 Allis Chalmers WD, like new
1952 Super M. Farmall
1944 M. Farmall tractor, like new
1948 Farmall H, very nice
1939 John Deere D, good, $195.00
2—1941 M Farmalls, good
Storjohann Equipment Co.
Lowest equipment prices in USA!
PHONE Diamond 6-7185
BUR WELL NEBR.
MOBILE HOMES
New Mobile Homes from 14 ft. to
52 ft. 10 wide. Large selection of
used trailers in all sizes that
must be sold.
SEE the new deluxe 50 ft. 10 wide,
rear kitchen model now in stock.
We trade, finance six years de
liver anywhere and service them.
Open Sundays & Evenings
MILLER TRAILER SALES
Albion, Nebr. Phone EX 5-2170
49tf
DAIRYMEN
A cow will only produce as much
milk as her breeding allows. No
amount of feed will increase it.
CURTISS breeding will utilize
your feeding to a better advant
age.
Duane Gray
Call 470 O’Neill
45 tf
FOR SALE: Aeromotor mills,
pump jacks, presure systems,
stock tanks—10 ft —bottomless.
Ph. 435, Inman. Ciff Sobotka.
45odtf
USED CARS
'55 Mercury Monerey, plain
’55 Plymouth, 4 dr.
’55 Studebaker hardtop
’53 Plymouth, 4 dr.
’50 Plymouth, 4 dr.
SMITH MOTOR CO.
Phone 562 O’Neill, Nebr.
FOR SALE: Blue grass seed,
fancy, high germination, weed
free, 50c per lb.—Lloyd Gibson,
east of O’Neill sale bam.
47-50p
I I I.... ..
NEW COMFORT COVERS
! TRACTORS—
Model 50 J-DA 1963
Model 60 J-D 1954
i Model G J-D 1949
I 48 A J-D
48 B J-D
40 B J-D
45 B J-D
46 B J-D
1952 GMC K ton pickup
J-D tractor spreader
J-D 15-ft. disc
AC 15-ft. disc
730 J-D lister
Farmhand Loader, complete
J-D No. 9 comsheller
Plows, all sizes
4-sec. Harrow with Evener
WANTED to trade for Brome and
Alfalfa seed.
Harry R. Smith Imp.
for John Deere tractor
Phone 562 O'Neill
FOR SALE at bargain price a New
Model 87 PTO, wire tie, New Hol
land baler. Will consider any
reasonable offer.—Call or write
Balsir Christensen at Gamble
Farm Store, Viborg, S.D. 49-50p
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
—A. E. Bowen, 706 E. Douglas,
^O’Neill, phone 51£. 12tf
FOR RENT Apartment. 4 rooms
and bath. Utilities furnished,
call 537 O'Neill 46tf
FOR RENT: One bedroom all
modem house.—Ph. 209. O’Neill.
49tf
FOR RENT: 22-inch Power lawn
mower, 22-inch garden tiller and
a floor sander and edger. Rent
it at the Coast-to-Coast store in
O'Neill. 50-51c
WANTED
WANTED: Married or single man
for general ranch work.—Law
rence Dobrovolny, Phone 2F30,
O’Neill.50p
WANTED: Reliable mechanic to
work in service station; must
furnish references. Contact Nol
an DeLosh, (Tel. 2391 or 2981 in
Stuart.) South Side 66 Oil Co.,
Stuart. 49-50c
WANT a reliable person in this
area to take over 5 payments of
$8.35 each on a 1958 Singer Sew
ing Machine with a zig zag at
tachment. Fully guaranteed. Will
discount for a cash sale. Write
Credit Manager, Box 123, Lin
coln, Nebraska. 49-50c
SEE US for new SPARTAN or
SAFEWAY mobile homes, 25%
down, 5% int.; up to 84
months to pay. Write or phone:
Contois Motor Co., Neligh.
30tf
WANTED: Serum pigs: Loading
days, Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday each week.—Dwaine
Lockman, Stuart, ph. 3741. tf
EXPERT
REPAIR SHOP
Watch Repairing!
McIntosh Jewelry
Phone 166 O’Neill
WANTED: Salesman or saleswom
an to sell for Singer Sewing Ma
chine company in O’Neill and
local territory.—Write Donald
Kirstine, 801 South 3rd St., Nor
folk. 49-52
Wick’s BODY SHOP
Complete Body and Fender
Repairs and Painting
Glass Installed—Towing Service
Phone 211W
- O’NEILL —
for Any Job 25tl
L. outhmiller
Half Block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kinds of
automobile, truck and tractor
repair. Acetylene welding.
LAWN MOWER repairing. Also
repair parts for Lawson — Reo
—Clinton.
WELL DRILLING
For Farm and Domestic Wells
Call 721 or come to—
Kelly's Well Service
5 Blks. south of the New Deal
Oil Station—O’Neill
50tf
WANTED r
DRY CLEANING
OF ALL KINDS!
Ideal Cleaners
Phone 775-W for Pickup
and Delivery!
47ctf
Money To Loan on ranches and
town properties—See Virgil L.
Laursen Agency, Phone 434, O’
Neill. 45 tf
WANTED: 200 yearling steers for
1959 pasture season.—Leo Ohri.
Spencer, Phone 7328 Bristow
___47tf
CARDS of THANKS
Drs Wilson
and Waters, the Sisters, nurses
and the hospital for the fine care
given. Thanks to the friends,
neighbors and the callers for the
visits, cards, letters, flowers and
gifts given me.—Mrs. Pauline
Malena. 50c
WE WISH to express our sincerest
thanks to all our friends for the
messages of sympathy, letters and
floral offerings and other acts of
kindness extended to us during
the illness and death of our hus
band and brother —Mrs, Irene
Wrehe, Mrs. Dora Schumann,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wrehe and
Mr and Mrs. Richard Wrehe.
50c
WORDS CANNOT express our ap
preciation for the kindness and
thoughtfulness shown us at the
time of the death of our loved
one, Mrs. Wm. C Kelly. Your
kind expressions will never be
forgotten. —Wm. C, Kelly and
children. 50p
I WISH TO THANK all of you who
remembered me in any way
while I was in the hospital and
since my return home. Your
thoughtfullness was greatly ap
preciated.—Mrs. Jerome Allen.
50p
WE WISH TO THANK those in this
area who sent messages of sym
pathy. memorials and floral of
ferings to Mother Hall in Blue
Earth, Minn., at the time of the
death of her husband and also
thanks to our friends and neigh
bors for the cards we received
and to those who cared for our
place and did chores while we
were gone.—Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Dobrovolny. 50p
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: 320-acre Rock County
Ranch, located 11 miles northwest
of New Port on gravel mail
route, modem home, nice set of
out buildings. 25 acres under
cultivation, S5 acres in alfalfa,
50 acres of prairie hay, balance
in pasture.
160 ACRE Holt County. Hay Mead
ow in Section 6, Township 30,
Range 9. 20 acres under cultiva
tion, balance cut 45 stacks of
Alfalfa last year. Priced to sell,
possession if bought soon.
BEAUTIFUL MODERN Cottage,
located in Crofton, close to the
Lewis and Clark Lake, possession
this spring, can be bought on
terms.
ALSO several unimproved farms.
JOHN THOR AGENCY
Stanton, Nebraska
48- 52c
3 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE
located just South of NuWay Cafe.
All modem and extra lot and
house may be had at a greatly
reduced price. On pavement. Ex
cellent terms.
4 ROOM HOME, all modem. South
east O’Neill.
RESIDENTIAL AND BUSINESS
lots available. Very choice loca
tions.
Before buying or selling your
Real Estate see
VIRGIL LAURSEN
REALTOR
Insurance - Loans - Realestate
Phone 434 O'Neill, Nebr.
49- 50c
Real Estate For Sale
3 BEDROOM dwelling with extra
lots, good basement and fruit
trees. House insulated, O’Neill.
2 BEDROOM HOME on east Ever
ett St., extras will remain in
dwelling, O’Neill.
200 ACRE RANCH east of O’Neill
on Highway 275, has excellent
improvements, best location.
640 ACRE RANCH combination
west of Elgin, well balanced and
improved.
4 GOOD LOTS in SW O’Neill.
POSSESSION to any of the above
can be obtained this spring.
ED THORIN
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Private and Auction Sales
Phone 207 O’Neill
49-50o
MISCELLANEOUS
Battle Creek Mutual
Insurance Company
BATTLE CREEK, NEBR. I
A strong Nebraska company
organized in 1892 and doing bus
iness in the state of Nebraska
offers low cost insurance on
farm, real and personal proper
ty and town dwelling and con
tents.
Does not use the 550 deductible
clause on any of its policies.
Wm. D. Claussen, agt.
912 E. Douglas
O’Neill, Nebr. Tel. 54-J
48-50p
WELL DRILLING and well and
windmill repair. — Write Box
562, phone 553-J.
SPRAGUE WELL CO , O’Neill
3 blks W & 3M; blks N stoplight
IS YOUR insurance costing too
much? Are you properly in
sured. — See Ed Thorin, agt.,
O’Neill, Nebr. 34tf.
AUCTIONEERING
Real Estate Broker
Private Listings and
Phone 207 — O’Neill
Auctions
ED THORIN
ADLER
Sewing Center
SALES OF NEW AND USED
SEWING MACHINES
O’NEILL, NEBR. — PH. 269
CASH LOANS
SIGNATURE — AUTO —
FURNITURE
We have a plan to fit every
need & budget. Strictly confi
dential, friendly service.
O'Neill Loan Company
VIRGIL L. LAURSEN
Phone 434 O’Neill, Nebr.
49c I
See E. J. Shane
ATKINSON
for dragline work, sewer and
water ditches and clam work. i
50-22p;
OPENING April 12, Corner Bait
Shop, 11 miles N. of Silencer.
For sale shiners, minows, frogs,
and night crawlers. Licensed;
sporting goods. Ed Luddeman,
Spencer. 50-lc
Amelia News
Newly Weds
Honored Here
With Shower
By Florence Lindsey
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Rowse were honored with
a post nuptial sho wer
Saturday. The Rowses were mar
ried March 28th and will make
their home in a trailer house at
the ranch home of his patents, Mr.
and Mrs. Freeman Rowse. Mrs.
Rowse is the farmer Virginia
Smith, daughter of Hamp Smith of
Chambers.
Floyd Adams returned home
April 1 from Rochester, Minn.,
where he had been to the clinic.
John Zinkon has been ill with
the flu. He was also suffering with
an injured knee he recieved when
one of his sheep ran into him.
Ralph Rees and Dick Porter have
been helping him with his chores.
Mrs. Jim Holmes (Evelyn
Thompson) and Mrs. Arthur De
Wolf (Shirley Thompson)
were recepients of
many nice gifts at a post- nuptial
shower given in their honor at the
home of Mrs. Hank Whitcomb on
Saturday.
Mrs. Vernon Thompson and Mrs.
Kelly Bilstien had charge of the
program. Virginia and Joy Thomp
son, Janice Garwood and Marie
Bilstien accompanied by Mrs.
Blaine Garwood sang "Side by
Side”.
A luncheon of jello, light and
dark cake and coffee was served.
Mrs. Edgar Peterson and Mrs.
Art Doolittle tooke their father, Pat
Kennedy to Omaha Sunday, and
on Monday consulted a doctor con
cerning a growth on Mr. Kennedy’s
eye.
The prayer conference met at
the Bethany Free Methodist church
Friday.
Dorothy Fisher returned to coll
ege at McPherson, Kan., following
a week at home from a seige of
measles.
Mrs. Orlaiwl Fry rear and Mrs.
Janeth Oe.tter were honored at
a birthday party at school Thurs
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Johnston
and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Backhaus
ROYAL THEATER
THURS. APR. 9
FAMILY NIGHT
Abbott and Costello In
“TRIP TO MARS”
Every scene a laugh. A thrill a
minute.
Family admitted for two adult
tickets—Adults 50c, children 15c.
FRI. & SAT. APR. 10-11
Big Double Rill
“THE BLOB”
Starring Steven McQueen and
co-starring Aneta Corseaut, Earl
Rowe.
The management of this theatre
disclaims any responsibility for
heart attacks or damage to nerves.
—also—
“MANHUNT IN THE JUNGLE”
In WarnerColor
Actually filmed in the Matto
Grosso Head-Hunting land of hor
ror!
Starring Robin Hughes.
Adm.: Adults 50c, Children 15c.
All children unless in arms must
have tickets.
SUN. MON.-TUES. APR. 12-13-14
Due to a shortage of prints, we
will not be able to show “Rally
Round The Flag”.
Motion picture excitement comes
of age in a town called—
“WARLOCK”
Richard Widmark, Henry Fonda,
Anthony Quinn, Dorothy Malone,
Dolores Michaels.
The kind of motion picture that
made the screen the greatest en
tertainment medium in the world!
Only the motion picture theatres
can give the world the fullness of
entertainment in the modem won
ders. CinemaScope, and color by
Deluxe and Sterophonic Sound.
Comes sundown, comes death in
“Warlock”.
Adm.: Adults 50c, Children 15c.
All children unless In arms must
have tickets.
POWERFUL1
McCulloch’s Mac 35A—gear
driven to provide greatest
lugging power of any saw
its size on the market! Cuts
stumps within
Of the ground.
I slew terns!
• High trade-ins!
i Come in for a
demonstration.
pnnl
MARCELLUS
IMPLEMENTS
__O’Neill
were Sunday evening supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Black
more Mr and Mrs Blackmore
and Mrs Johnston were all obser
ving birthdays duruig the week
Mrs. Julia White visited the
first part of this week with the
Lindseys. Mrs White and Mrs
Lindsey were quilting
Mrs Harold Fullerton, Joan and
Beth were O'Neill callers Saturday.
Mrs. B. W Waldo plans to ar
rive home this week from Chico,
Calif., where she attended the fun
eral of her brother, Varce Zinkon.
She visited her son and family the
Harold Waldo's in l>enver, and
her sister, Mrs. Everett Smith at
Maxwell enroute home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman
of Linton. N. D.. Mrs. Douglas
Chapman Janet, James and Doug
las jr., of Mobridge, S. D... Har
old Chapman of Topeka, Kan., and
James Chapman of Santa Barbara,
Calif., were Friday overnight
guests of their mother, Mrs. Effie
Withers, and their sister, Mrs.
Blossom Butler . They had been
called here to attend the funeral
of Douglas Chapman of Mobridge,
S.D. whose body was brought to
Atkinson for burial.
Lewie N’tssen of Lincoln and
Herman Nlssen of Atkinson came
Sunday and visited a few days
with their sister and brother-in
law, Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Fierce.
Gale Fix an daughter Sheila,
and son, Danny of Scottsbluff
came Saturday morning and visited
over the weekend with the Elmer
Fix's.
Mrs. Floyd Adams and Mrs
I Blake Oft were O'Neill and Atkin
son callers Thursday Mrs Ott has
been sort of under the weather and
called to see the doctor
Mr ami Mrs /inton Svatoe were
O'Neill callers Friday.
Mrs. Margie Sammons of Sioux
City, la., planned to spend a few
days this week with home folks
Mrs. Roy Fullerton and Miss
Beth Fullerton were guests of ho
nor Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs George Fullerton,
when Mrs. Fullerton server! a sup
per in observance of their birth
day anniversaries Present besides
the honored guests were Mr and
Mrs. Harold Fullerton and Joan
and Roy Fullerton, Craig, Bruce
and Tama.
Mr. and Mrs William Fry rear,
Mr. and Mrs. Orland Fry rear and
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Backhaus wen
supper guests on Saturday evening
at the home of Mr and Mrs Ver
non Berry’.
Bob Adair came home Friday
from the veteran’s hospital at
Minneapolis, Minn.
Mrs. Tommie Doolittle and Mrs
Gertie Adair helped Mrs. Jim Bil
stien do some wall papering Sat
urday.
Lynn Prewitt is employed at
Taylors garage in Atkinson
Mrs. Frank Pierce, Mrs. Link
Sageser. Mrs. Vem Sageser, Mrs.
Floyd Adams, Mrs. Blake Ott,
Mi-s Ralph Rees, Sally 1 atndrum
and Florence Lindsey attended the
shower for the former Shirley and
Evelyn Thompson Saturday at
Hank Whitcombs.
Mr. and Mrs Harry Sparrow of
Orchard visited Sunday at the
home of his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. S. C. Barnett. Mr and
Mrs. Glenn White and Venita also
visited there in the afternoon.
Miss Sally Landrum of Atkinson
s[H-nt Saturday and Sunday with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Blake Ott
B W Waldo and John 7. ink on
went to North Platte. Sunday to
meet Mrs. Waldo, who was visiting
at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Everett Smith, enroute home from
California.
A coyote hunt was staged in
the south country Sunday. Tth'j
succeeded in getting one coyote
and may have captured another.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rees were
supper guests Sunday evening at
Arthur Hiatts. Mr. and Mrs. Dar
rel Baker of O'Neill and Mrs Nel
lie Baker visited at the Hiatts in
the afternoon enroute to Ainsworth
where Mrs, Baker boarded a plane
for her home in Casper, Wyo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gruenberg,
Linda and Carol were dinner guests
Sunday at the William Fryrears.
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Glass Enclosed Grandstand 25 Acre Hard Surface Parking Lot
Mutuel Concourse
STARTING FRIDAY, APRIL 10
THROUGH WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
EXCEPT SUNDAY A MONDAY.LADIES' DAY EVERY THURSDAY
First Running “FONNER MILE” Wed., May 13
Thoroughbred Horse Racing
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★ Dally Double Closes: ★ Post Time—3:00 P.M.
Weekdays 2:45 P.M. Saturday-2:00 P.M.
Saturdays 1:45 P.M.
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