The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, July 09, 1959, Image 6

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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
IH miles southwest of Clear
water, Phone 17 on 12. tf
FOR SALE: Large and small shin
ers, frogs, worms, night crawlers,
groceries, pop, candy, ice cream,
motor boat oil and gas. Ice and
sporting goods.—CORNER BAIT
SHOP, Ed Ljdemann, Fairfax,
SJD 11 miles north of Spencer.
4-llc
FOR SALE: Red Clover and
Ctossock Alfalfa seed. Both state
tested —Leon Beckwith, Emmet,
_ 52p-ltfc
FOR SALE : 1937 F-20 Farmall, new
fear tires. — Jerome Ruther,
Page Nebr. 9-Up
FOR SALE: Holstein milk cows,
Just fresh - Forest Henderson,
Orchard. 9-Up
FOR SALE: Reg. Polled Hereford
Bulls. Two 2V4 and 3 years old.
Proven, herd bull quality- some
rearlings.— Everett Van Dover,
% miles east of old Opportun
ity or 22 miles west of Verdlgre,
or 16 south of Lynch. tf
BALT FOR SALE: KanapoHs
$16 50 a ton; American $20.50
a ton; white block 75c Located
3 blks. east, 4 blks. north of
traffic lisht Everett Gorgan,
Ph. 164, O’Neill. 51 tf
FOR SALE: F-20 tractor, very
good, with new hydrolic lift; F-14
hractor, good, with two rakes at
tached ; hay cage fastens to back
Of stacker; factory made hay
cabling winch. Priced reason
able 4 west and 1 .South of Pe
tersburg, Nebr. Sam Stretter.
U-12p
fUK : singer sewing ma
chine. late model (not • rebuilt)
complete with attachments in
cluding zigzagger with new guar
antee Responsible party may
take over 6 payments of $7.20 or
*38.00 cash —Write Credit Dept.
24TIi Leavenworth, Omaha, Nebr.
_Up
FOR SALE
Baler Twine Guaranteed to be
one of the best.—$5.95 per bale.
Gasoline, fuels, oils, greases,
fewest prices in Nebraska.
NEW DEAL OIL CO.
West O’Neill
7tf
ARE YOU TRUCKERS paying too
much for truck insurance? Check
with A1 Gaskill of the R- F. Gas
kill Ins. Agency, O’Neill, phone
710. Stfc
SPECIAL PRICES !
U 2-row used go digs
1 used 4-row John Deere go dig
New 4-row IHC go digs
New 4-row cultivators tor 460 and
360 tractors
2 new 101 IHC combines
5 used side delivery rakes, IHC,
David Bradly and John Deere
$ used 12-ft. rakes, IHC
J bk4 New Holland Baler, wire
tie with motor
Several used trucks and pickups
Aim some good used tractors
Stor ohann Equipment Co.
Lowest- equipment prices in USA!
PHONE Diamond 6-7195
■UR WELL. NEBR.
RANCH LOANS —See R. H. Park
er. Q’NeUl.6tf
FOR SALE: Large and small ridn
ars, frogs, worms, night crawlers,
groceries, pop, candy, ice cream,
motor boat oil and gas, ice and
sporting goods —CORNER BAIT
ffPOP Ed Ludemann, Fairfax.
SX>, 11 miles north of Spencer.
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VOR SALE: Well established Re
Mi farm supply business handling
well-known products. Small oap
tel needed.—Write boa TH, c/o
The Frontier. 5tf
HOT DAYS AHEAD
THEN COOL OFF —
ftqr buying a used trailer and get
in an air conditioner —
Tbs. Miller Trailer Sales will throw
•a a new 1-ton air conditioner
wftn every used trailer, 1951 and
aewer. sold before July 15.
Large Selection New and Used.
Hew Travel Trailers-1535
died Trailers as low ss _>395
We trade, finance, deliver anywhere
Open Sundays A Evenings.
MILLER TRAILER SALES
Albion, Nebr.
Office phone EX5-3TW_
Residence phone EX5-XDI
8tf
TOR SALE Near new Surge milk
ing machine, complete with two ;
buckets and lame pump.—BUI
Ksievel, phone Clearwater, HU
vsMr 5-3362.11c
«tR SALE: COMING 3 year old
Aiding quarter horse. Appaloo- ;
as bred. Broke and gentle. Mer
le Pease. 6 miles S. W. at Ena
ct. Ilp35
VOR SALE: Used 3*ahB htteh
RL Milton McKathnie, ARtsson.
tejbjr 11-12P
VOR SALE: Three bedroom house,
tenement, garage. CSaae to
aefcool—Phone 364, O'NeBL
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RKt SALE: Two five last
miles.—William Kippte,
MACHINERY
No. 5 IHC side rake, good
24-ft. automatic rake
3 rake hitch
2 rake hitch
12-ft. dump rakes
14-ft. dump rakes
Morrill side rake
9 HP Briggs engine
Homdraulic loader with hay head
Mowers, all models
IHC one way
Harvey sheller
53 Super C
46 Farmall H
49 Farmall M
WC Allis
M&M RTU
John Deere B
APPLIANCES
Apt. size electric range
7-ft. electric refrigerator
Wringer washer
12-ft. freezer
New RCA Whirlpool appliances
WE TRADE FOR FARM
EQUIPMENT ON APPLIANCES
SHELHAMER
EQUIPMENT CO.
O’NEILL, NEBR.
IHC — Gehl - RCA Whirlpool
Real Estate for Sale
POE SALE: Three bedroom house.
Full basement with one finished
room. All modem. Automatic oil
heat Garage, comer lot.—Gene
Wolfe, Phone 671-W, O'Neill.
5tfc
FOR SALE: Building lot. Desirable
location.—Call Phone 574J, O’
Neill. 52tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Nice 3 room furnished
apt. Close in. Private entrance.
On ground floor —Phone 609, O’
Neill. 10c
FOR RENT: Modem two bedroom
apartment, with living room,
kitchen and bath. Close in.—
Elmer Hagensick, phone 538-R,
O’Neill. 6tf
FOR RENT Four bedroom home
with bath and gas heat: full
basement and garage. — Mrs. (
Mary Halva, Phone 630. tfc
FOR RENT: Hayland. SWV4. 22-29
10 Antelope Twp.- Frank P Sny
der, Phone 2568, Page, Nebr.
__, 11-12p
FOR RENT: One bedroom, mod
em house with full basement.—
Keith Abart, phone 209, O’Neill.
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WANTED
CURTISS STUD SERVICE can
build you a herd for less. Don't
leave your herd’s future to
chance Breed to bulls from prov- ■
en families.—Duane Gray, Phone
470, O’Neill. 9tf
WANTED: Custom hay baling with
roto baler, 1*4 mi. north of Sun- 1
set Lodge.—Gary Beckwith, ph.
587-R11, O’Neill. 7-lOp
WANTED: Serum pigs: Loading!'
days, Monday. Tuesday and -
Thursday each week.—Dwaine
Lockmon, Stuart, ph. 3741. tf
WANTED: year round farm or
ranch work by married man.
Experienced —Box 26 Inman.
9-llpd.
WANTED: YOU ! j
To start earning $150 00 a week,
steady work—over 200 items in
clothing for entire family. $1000
samples furnished. No invest- -
ment. Part or full time. North
western Woolen. 403 Nicollet.
Minneapolis, Minn. 11c
Exceptional Opportunity
Reliable man or woman from this
area to distribute complete line
of cigarettes, candy, nuts or gum
through new automatic vendors.
No selling or soliciting as ac
counts are established for you.
To qualify party must have car,
references, and cash capital of
$700 which is secured by inven-1
tory. Earnings up to $300 month
part time—Full time more. For
personal interview give phone
etc. Write P.O. Box 156, Roches- ‘
ter, Minnesota. lip
WANTED: CUSTOM combining.
Have two 14 ft. self propelled I
Massey combines. Vernon Gor- «
gen, Phone 522R, after 6 p.m.
ll-12c
TERRIFIC FOR TRAFFIC Gla
xo Coated asphalt tile can real
ty take the wear. Ends waxing.
Coyne Hardware, O’Neill, Nebr.
11c
“>^NTED!
DRY CLEANING
OF ALL KINDS!
Ideal Cleaners
■ .fe
Phone 775-W for Pickup
and Delivery!
ffetf -
■ WANTED: Man to operate doubli
mower outfit, also be able ti
sharpen sickles. 1200 acres fr
mow —Emil Johnson. Atkinson
or Phone Atkinson 6834. lb
EXPERT
REPAIR SHOP
Watch Repairing!
McIntosh Jewelry
Phone 166 O’Neil
_
SEE US for new SPARTAN oi
SAFEWAY mobile homes, 25^
down, 5% int.; up to S
months to pay. Write or phone
Contois Motor Co., Neligh.
30tJ
Wick’s BODY SHOP
Complete Body and Fender
Repairs and Painting
Glass Installed—Towing Service
Phone 211W
- O’NEILL -
for Any Job 25tl
L. Guthmiller
Half Block East of
Texaco Station
SPECIALIZING in all kind* of
automobile, truck and tractor
repair. Acetylene welding.
LAWN MOWER repairing. Also
repair parts for Lawson — Rec
—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: Waitress for night shift
ana a pan ume waitress.—uanav
BUl's Cafe, O'NeUl. 6tfc
NOTICES
DO YOU NEED a ranch loan, low
interest rate, 20 years to repay.
—See A1 Gaskill of the R. F.
Gaskill Ins. Agency, O'Neill, Ph.
710. lltf
FARM LOANS.—See R. H. Parker,
O’Neill. 6tf
I LOAN Money on farms and
ranches and city property.—*
Write to R. H. Parker, O’Neill,
Nebr. 6tf
IT'S TIME to check your Farm &
Ranch personal property Insur
ance—Our rates are $10,000.00
Insurance for only $29.00 per
year. See A1 Gaskill at R. F.
Gaskill Ins. Agency, O'Neill,
Nebr., Ph. 710. lltf
CITY LOANS.-See R. H. Parker,
O’Neill. 6tf
I AM BACK in my office again and
I have Eastern Money and Priv
ate Money to loan on Farm land,
Ranch land, and City Homes. If
you need money see or write.—
R. H. Parker, O’Neill, Nebr. 6tf
NEED A BOND (any type)?—See
A1 Gaskill. R. F. Gaskill Ins.
Agency, O’Neill, Ph. 7KV. lltf
ARE YOU over age and unable
to buy auto insurance?—See A1
Gaskill, R. F. Gaskill Ins. Ag
ency, O’Neill, Ph. 710. lltf
MISCELLANEOUS
WELL DRILLING and well and
windmill repair. — Write Box
562. phone 553-J.
SPRAGUE WELL OO., O’Neill
3 blks W & ZVi blks N stoplight
AUCTIONEERING
Real Estate Broker
Private Listings and
Phone 207 — O'Neill
Auctions
ED THORIN
IS YOUR insurance costing too
much? Are you properly in
sured. — See Ed Thorin, agt.,
O’Neill, Nebr. 34tf.
ADLER
Sewing Center
SALES OF NEW AND USED
SEWING MACHINES
O’NEILL. NEBR. — PH. 269
CASH LOANS
SIGNATURE — AUTO —
O'Neill Loan Company
VIRGIL L. LAURSEN
Phone 434 O’Neill, Nebr.
FURNITURE
49c
EXCELLENT RANCH
and
HAY LAND
480 to 1840 acre spreads in the
160 price range.
RUT'S REALTY
R. S. Rutledge Box 563
Phone PArk 1-1421 Fremont
Dr ED THORIN for appointment
tf
See E. J. Shane
l ATKINSON
for dragline work, sewer and
- water ditches and clam work.
5©-22p
CARDS OF THANKS
I WISH TO THANK my friends,
neighbors and relatives for the
cards, letters, and flowers I re
ceived while I was in the hos
1 pital Special thanks to those
who helped with the work at
home.
r Mrs. Fred Timmerman
> llpd
I WISH to thank my friends and
family for the cards and\etters
I received while I was th Uni
versity hospital in Omaha.—
Leon Sargent. 11c
WE WISH TO THANK the person
nel of St. Anthony’s hospital.
Dr. Carstens, our many kind
neighbors, friends and relatives
who assisted us during the illness
and death of our beloved hus
band, father and grandfather. -
Mrs. James Welch, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Vejvoda and sons Gary
and William, Jack Welch and
Mr and Mrs. William Dufek.
LOST & FOUND
STRAYED from my pasture north
of Middlebranch, two yearling
steers. Brand LJ bar on left hip
or reverse L and a K on right
hip.—Lysle Johnson, O'Neill, Ph
843-R12 collect. Up
LOST: Misplaced at the O’Neill
loading dock a top end-gate for
truck. Please return to the O’
Neill sale barn or notify owner.
Qtnnloi; Qrsitrn Furinnr 11 r*
COMBINES
Massey Harris, super 27
J-D No. 55, 14-ft.
M&M No. 69 with motor
MACHINERY
rRACTORS—
1955 J-D Model 60
Model G J-D 1949
48 A J-D
48 B J-D
40 B J-D
45 B J-D
IHC F20
-j-.
J-D Tractor Culavatof'
IHC 250 Tractor Cultivator
J-D No. 5 MowOrs
IHC No. 9 Mowero
AC 15-ft. disc
Farmhand Loader, complete
Plows, all sizes
PLYMOUTH and JDD TWINE
Harry R. Smith Imp.
Phone 562 O’Neill
I-Legal Notices
( ALL FOR SPECIAL MEETING
CITY OF O'NEILL, NEBRASKA,
JUNE 16. 1959.
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF O’
NEILL, NEBRASKA:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that a special meeting of
the Mayor and Council of the City
of O'Neill, Nebraska, will be held
at the City Council Room on the
16th day of June, 1959 at 7:30
o’clock P.M. for the purpose of
considering objections filed to the
creation of Paving District Num
ber 33, and directing the City’s
consulting engineers to proceed to
prepare plans and specifications
for paving District Number 32
where no objections were filed and
to act upon any other matters that
may properly ot>me before the
Mayor and Council of Said City.
(SEAL) D. C. SCHAFFER,
Mayor.
n n iro rvnr
City Clerk.
We, the undersigned hereby ac
knowledge service of the foregoing
notice and call and consent to the
meeting of the Mayor and Council
of the City to be held at the time
and place therein specified.
Dated this 15th day of June, 1959.
William W. McIntosh, Edward
M. Gleeson, A. W. Carroll, R. E.
Moore, Fred O. Heermann, George
Janousek, Arlo Hiat, Leigh Reyn
oldson.
The Mayor and City Council of
the City of O’Neill in the County
of Holt in the State of Nebraska,
net at the City Council Room on
the 16th day of June, 1959 at 7:30
o’clock P.M. in Special Session,
the following being present: May
or D. C. Schaffer, City Clerk O. D.
French, Councilmen: E. M. CHee
son. A. W. Carroll, Robert Moore, ,
Arlo Riatt, George Janousek, Wil- \
liam McIntosh, Leigh Reynoldson. ‘
The following was absent: Fred
Heermann. ,
A quorum being present, the j
following proceedings were had
and done:
The City Clerk presented to the
Council die following documents
which have been filed in his office:
Affidavit showing publication at
Ordinance No. 326-A creating
Paving District Number 32 in
The Frontier on May 14, 1959.
Affidavit showing publication
of the Notice of Creation of
Paving District Number 32 in
The Frontier on May 21, 1959
No written objections to the
creation of Paving District
Number 32 were filed.
Certificate of McCarthy Ab
stract Company, Bonded Ab
stracters, showing the names
-• of owners of property aa da
termined by the records in the
office of the County Cleric of
Holt County, Nebraska direct
ly abutting upon the streets to
lie improved at the time of
adoption of said ordinance Mav
1.’, 1959.
The Mayor and Council consid
ered all of said documents an<
inquired into the place of residenci
of the owners of said property.
Thereupon Councilman Reynold
son offered the following resolu
•ion and moved its adoption:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAY
OR AND COUNCIL OF TUB
CITY OF O NEILL, NEBRASKA
1. That Ordinance No 326-A
creating Having District Num
ber 32 published on May 14,
1959 in The Frontier, a legal
weekly newspaper printed, pub
lished and of general circula
tion in the city: that the Notice
of Creation of the said Paving
District Number 32 was pub
lshed in The Frontier on May
21. 1959.
2. That in Paving District
Number 32 at the time of the
passage of said Ordinance on
May 12, 1959, there were 11
resident owners of property
directly abutting upon the
street to be improved as shown
by the records in the office of
the County Clerk of Holt Coun
ty, Nebraska, and no resident
owners of property directly
abutting upon the street to be
improved filed written objec
tions to the creation of said
District within twenty days af
ter the publication of the said
Notice,
3. The City’s Special Consult
ing Engineers, Kirkham ■ and
Michael & Associates di
rected to proceed to prepare
plans and specifications.
The foregoing Resolution having
been read. Councilman Gleeson
seconded the motion for its adop
tion, and after discussion the roll
was called thereon and the follow
ing Councilmen voted in favor of
the passage of said resolution:
Gleeson, Carroll, Moore, Hiatt,
TnnmmnL MnTntoelv P mmnlrl ervn
The following voted against the
same: None.
More th.ui a majority of the
members elected to the Council
having voted in favor of the pass
age and adoption of said Resolu
tion, the same was by the Mayor
declared passed and adopted.
(SEALi D. C. SCHAFFER,
Mayor.
ATTEST: O. D. FRENCH,
City Clerk.
RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAY
OR AND COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF O’NEILL, NEBRAS
KA:
1. That Ordinance No. 326-A
creating Paving District Num
ber 32 published on May 14,
1959 in The Frontier, a legal
weekly newspaper printed,
published and of general cir
culation in the City; that the
Notice of Creation of the said
Paving District Number 32 was
published in The Frontier on
May 21, 1959.
2. That in Paving District
Number 32 at the time of the
passage of said Ordinance on
May 12, 1959, there were 11
resident owners of property
directly abutting upon the
street to be improved as shown
by the records in the office of
the County Clerk of Holt Coun
ty, Nebraska, and no resident
owners of property directly
Abutting upon the street to be
improved filed written objec
tions to the creation of said
District withn twenty days af
ter the publcation of the said
Notice.
3. The City’s Special Con
sulting Engineers, Kirkham
and Michael & Associates are
directed to proceed to prepare
plans and specifications.
PASSED AND ADOPTED
THIS 16th day of June, 1959.
(SEAL) D. C. SCHAFFER,
Mayor.
\TTEST: O. D. FRENCH,
City Clerk.
TKa rs ti j OlAelr nrAOAntA/l In tUn
Council the following documents
vhich have been filed in his office:
Affidavit showing publication
of Ordinance No. 327-A creat
ing Paving District Number 33
in The Frontier on May 14,
1959.
Affidavit showing publication
of the Notice of Creation of
Paving District Number 33 in
The Frontier on May 21, 1959.
Written objections to the cre
ation of Paving District Num
ber 33 were filed by:
Mrs. Anna V. Brown, Edward
Gunn, Mary L. Gunn, Richard
J. Minton, Rose Minton, Lillian
Simonson, Nora Knapp, Mary
Halva, H. D. Grady, Jack
Dailey, Verna Diley.
Certificate of McCarthy Ab
stract Company, Bonded ab
stractesr, showing the names of
the owners of property, as de
termined by the records in the
office of the County Clerk of
Holt County, Nebraska, di
rectly abutting upon the streets
to be improved at the time of
adoption of said ordinance May
12, 1959.
The Mayor and Council con
iidered all of said documents and
nquired into the place of residence
>f the owners of said property.
Thereupon Councilman Reynold
on offered the following resolu
ion and moved its adoption:
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NE
BRASKA:
1. That Ordinance No. 327-A
creating Paving District Num
ber 33 was published on May
14, 1959, in The Frontier, a
legal weekly newspaper print
ed, published and of general
circulation in the City; that
the Notice of Creation of the
said Paving District Number
33 was published in The Fron
tier on May 21, 1959 and on
May 28, 1950.
2. That in Paving District
Number 33 at the time of the
passage of said Ordinance on
May 12, 1959, there were 25 res
ident owners of property di
rectly abutting upon the street
to be improved as shown by
the records in the office of the
County Clerk of Holt County.
Nebraska, and 11 resident own
ers of property directly abutt
1 ing upon the streets to" be im
• proved filed written objections
to the creation of said District
• within twenty days after the
• publication of the said Notice
which does not constitute a
majority of the total number
! and the written objections
filed are insufficient.
3. The City's Special Con
sulting Engineers, Kirkham
and Michael & Associates are
directed to proceed to prepare
plans and specifications.
The foregoing Resolution having
been read, Councilman Gleeson
I seconded the motion for its ad
option, and after discussion the
roll was called thereon and the
following councilmen voted in fav
or of the passage of said resolu
tion: Gleeson, Carroll, Moore,
Hiatt, Janousek. McIntosh, Reyn
oldson.
The following voted against the
same: None.
More than a majority of the
members elected to the Council
having voted in favor of the pass
age and adoption of said Resolu
tion, the same was by the Mayor
declared passed and adopted.
(SEAL) D. C. SCHAFFER,
Mayor.
ATTEST: O. D. FRENCH.
City Clerk
RESOLUTION
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF O'NEILL, NE
BRASKA :
1. That Ordinance No. 327-A
creating Paving District Num
ber 33 was published on May
14, 1959, in The Frontier, a leg
al weekly newspaper printed,
published and of general cir
culation in the City, that the
Notice of Creation of the said
j Paving District Number 33 was
! Dublshed in The Frontier on
May 21, 1959 and on May 28,
1959.
2. That in Paving District
Number 33 at the time of the
passage of said Ordinance on
May 12, 1959, there were 25
resident owners of property di
rectly abutting upon the street
to be improved as shown by the
records in the office of the
County Clerk of Holt County,
Nebraska, and 11 resident own
ers of property directly abutt
ing upon the streets to be im
proved filed written objections
to the creation of said District
within tw-enty days after the
publcation of the said Notice
which does not constitute a ma
jority of the total number and
the written objections filed are
insufficient.
3. The City’s Special Con
sulting Engineers, Kirkham
and Michael & Associates are
directed to proceed to prepare
Dlans and specifications.
PASSED AND ADOPTED
THIS 16th day of June, 1959.
(SEAL) D. C. SCHAFFER,
Mayor.
ATTEST: O. D. FRENCH.
City Clerk
PETITION
REMONSTRANCE AND OBJEC
TION TO CREATION OF PAVING
DISTRICT.
We, the undersigned, legal resi
dents, and voters of the City of
O’Neill, Nebraska, and owning real
estate directly abutting upon the
streets to be paved or improved
therein, do hereby formally ob-1
ject and remonstrate against the
creation of Paving District No. 33
in the City of O’Neill, Nebraska,
and the passage and adoption of
Ordinance No. 327-A of the said
City of O’Neill, Nebraska, and ob
ject to the paving or other im
prove by Street Improvement Dis
trict of Fremont Street from Fifth
Street to Seventh Street, and ask
that said Ordinance No. 327-A and
the Paving District No. 33 be re
pealed.
(SIGNED):
Mrs. Anna V. Brown, 516 West
Fremont, O’Neill; Edward Gunn,
301 South 7th, O’Neill; Mary L.
Gunn, 301 South Seventh, O’Neill;
Richard J. Minton, 609 E. Fremont,
O'Neill; Rose Minton, 609 E. Fre
mont St., O’Neill; Lillian Simonson,
525 E. Fremont St., O’Neill; Nora
Knapp, 529 E. Fremont St., O'
Neill; Mary Halva, 519 E. Fre
mnwt Cf n'Moill • IT D HraHv
524 E. Fremont St., O'Neill; Jack
Dailey, 504 E. Fremont, O’Neill;
Verna Dailey, 504 E. Fremont St.,
O’Neill.
STATE OF NEBRASKA )
COUNTY OF HOLT ) SS
CITY OF O’NEILL )
I, O. D. French, the duly elected,
qualified and acting City Clerk of
the City of O’Neill, in the County
of Holt, in the State of Nebraska,
hereby certify that the foregoing
is a true and complete copy of all
proceedings enacted to date by the
City Council in connection with
Paving Districts Number 32 and
33 of sai dCity.
In Witness Whereof, I have here
unto set my hand and seal this
17th day of June, 1959.
(SEAL) O D. FRENCH,
City Clerk.
11c
NOTICE OF LEVY FOR
TAXATION
Ordinance No. 328-A
An ordinance providing for a
levy to raise funds by taxation on
property situated within the cor
porate limits of the City of O’Neill,
Nebraska, for the fiscal year be
ginning the first Tuesday in May,
1959, and ending the first Tuesday
in May, 1960.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF O’NEILL, NE
BRASKA:
Section 1. That the City of O'
Neill, Nebraska, make the follow
ing levy for taxation for the fiscal
year beginning the first Tuesday
in May, 1959, and ending the first
Tuesday in May, 1960, on the tax
able property within the corporate
limits of the City of O’Neill, Ne
braska.
For General Purposes 3 0
Mills on the dollar.
For Maintenance of Streets
3.0 Mills on the dollar.
For Maintenance and im
provement of parks 0.5 mills on
the dollar.
For maintenance of the Fire
Department 0.5 mills on the
dollar.
For Municipal Advertising
0.2 mills on the dollar.
For Maintenance and Im
provement of airport 1.0 mills
on the dollar.
For Street Lighting 11 Mills
on the dollar.
For Sewer Bond sinking fund
and interest 10 Mills on the
dollar
For Water bond sinking fund
and interest 0.5 Mills on the
dollar.
For Park Improvement bond
sinking fund and interest 0.5
Mills on the dollar.
For Street Widening bond
sinking fund and interest 0.7
Mills on the dollar.
For intersection paving bond
sinking fund and interest 3.0
Mills on the dollar.
Section 2. This ordinance shall
take effect and lie in force from
and after passage and publication
as provided by law.
Passed and approved this 7th day
of July, 1959. _
D. C SCHAFFER.
Mayor
ATTEST: O. p. FRENCH
City Clerk
11-12-13
O'Neill Locals
Miss Ann Waters and Mrs. Mar
garet Holer are in Omaha for the
week.
Mrs. Lyle Fox ,amt Bougie of
Inman were overnight guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox Satur
day.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen and
daughters of Lynch sj>ent a few
days this week with his parents,
| Mr. and Mrs. A E. Bowen.
Cheever Moss of Omaha returned
to his home Friday. He had been
at the home of his sister, Mrs
Charles Smith, in Atkinson. Harry
Moss, who has been here with lus
brother and family, Mrs. and Mrs
I fra Moss, returned to his home in
i Spokane, Washington, Saturday
Karen Bridge and guest, Gary
! Wheeler of Wayne, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curren
| were weekend guests at the Jim
Storm home in Winner, S D.
CALIFORNIA LONG WHITES—For Potato Salad!
POTATOES_10 pounds 49c
IT’S SALAD TIME ! ! !*
BANANAS_2 lbs. 25c
NEW FRESH CRISP
CARROTS_large cello pkg. jQc
NEW GREEN NO. 1
CABBAGE_pound $c
FRESH ’N CRISP PASCAL
CELERY HEARTS_cello pkg. 25c
FOOD KING
SHOESTRING POTATOES, 2-oz. can IQc
PASTEURIZED PROCESS CHEESE SPREAD
VELVEETA 2-lb box 75c
SHURFINE FROZEN
LEMONADE_3 6*°z-cans 29c
MONEY RACK OFFER FOR TRYING INSTANT
BUTTERNUT COFFEE.. 6-oz. jar 79c
50c Hack on above size—Send label to Butternut, Box 913, Omaha
NO LIMIT — NO LIMIT — NO LIMIT
BEET SUGAR_10-lb. bag 99c
BLENDED LUNCHEON MEAT „ lb. 39c
Pure Chopped PORK_lb. 45c
MAKES A REFRESHING COOL SNACK
ELMDALE SALMON_lb. can 43c
GOLDEN FLUFFO_3-lb. can 75c
PH KM II M F I LLY COOK K I)-—Whole or »Shank Half
SMOKED HAMS_pound 49c
Select Beef CHUCK ROAST... lb. 49c
ESSEX
CERVELAT (Summer Sausage), lb. 09c
PREMIUM
SLICED BACON_lb. 55c
n '» I'A'I-IO COOKING TIME!—Pick up N.D. lax extra
BLUE BONNET MARGARINE, 2 lbs. 53c
FOOD KINO—10-oz. Jars
STRAWBERRY PRESERVES, 2 jars 49c
ALL FLAVORS
KOOL AID_$ pkgs. 25c
CRISCO..._3-lb. can 85c
4th Street Market
Phone 93 WE DELIVER O’Neill
We Deliver—Plenty of Parking in Rear of Store
OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M. TO 11 A.M.