The Tilden Citizen from Tilden, Nebraska on May 17, 1956 · 6
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The Tilden Citizen from Tilden, Nebraska · 6

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PB t " r " XN. TILDEN, NEBt, THUMB.. MAY IT, 1M month!, he hu given 119 radio, and television lecture, and over 200 personal lectures to livo audiences. He has written T3 booklets which are copies of his television lectures. These 13 booklets are to bo chapters in his new book, o be published later this year. Dr. Jones has had 03 radio leo-turcs on 'Success recorded on platters and 13 television lectures recorded on sound film, His programs are being broadcast and telecast in several stales at the present time. Or. and Mrs. Jones have been on several lecture tours recently, taking them to Honolulu, Mexico City, Miami and Jacksonville, Fla., Menphis, Nashville and Chattanooga, Tenn., Detroit; Grand Rapids and Muskegon, Mich., Cincinnati and Akron, Ohio, 6pringficld, Mo., St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn. While in St. Paul, Dr. Jones was the key speaker at the Minnesota State Chiropractic Convention. From Minnesota he returned to Loi Angeles where ho la now giving a series of 17 lectures on The Secrets of Genuine Success." Dr. Jonea is the owner and founder, president and chairman of the board of The Abundavita Corp. of America,'' which is the parent company. He owna controlling stock in a subsidiary corp. calk'd Kbbcrt-Jonen Corp, which produce! films, communications, etc. He also owns controlling stock in a finance corp. which finances films, projectors, communications units for basic oiri ration and also subsidizes qualified men, helping them to become established in ho direct idling field. Dr. Jonea haa a basic formula for success, Anyone can be successful if they will find a large opportunity to serve humanity. LOCAL NEWS Don't miss seeing our selection of cool, colorful Summcrer.ii. Bayne's in Tilden. Mrs. Margaret Si mon.se n, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knievel and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Brandt of Ndigh were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Woslager and girls. Dedicate oneself to taking the answer to the need in quality and quanity. Compensation will be In direct proportion to the quality and quantity of the service rendered." j Dr. and Mrs, Jamas B. Jonss Noted Lecture And Wife Visit Tilden Relatives Dr. and Mrs. James B. Jones, daughter and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Whitchorn, prominent farmers near Tilden, are spending a few days visiting and . resting with Mn. Jonea parents. Mrs. Jones, the former Doris White-horn, was raised and obtained her early education in tho Tilden area. She left Nebraska and went to visit her Aunt Mao Whltehorn In Fhoenlx, Arizona In 1936. While In Phoenix aho met James B. Jones, a young man from Tennessee, who was visiting her sister. They were married in 1937 and con-' tinued to live in Phoenix until the war caused them to .move to California in 1943. Mr. Jones was a 'pilot Instructor in the Army Air Corps in 1943 and 1944. He was discharged in late . 1944. He then . rntered college In Loe Angeles 4n 1944 and studied religion and physchology. He by this time, had a wife and eon to support, so he accepted part-time religious work. and sold life insurance. Since 1944 he haa earned his Phd. in psychology and received honorary degreea in theology, science and literature. In 1950, he I started to lecture on Business I Pyadiology and succeas,"and in 1953 he formed his own company, now known as, The Abundavita I Corp. of America", as an example of ail the success principles he was I teaching. Just about two weeks I ago, April 23rd the Abundavita! Corp celebrated Ua 3rd anniversary. I Starting from scratch April 20,1 1953, selling a multi-vitamin and I mineral food supplement, it now has I distribution in 48 states .and Gina ada, the Hawaiian Islands and I Alaska. The corp.' has over 60001 distributors -end sales amounting! to many millions of dollars. Dr. Jones has continued to lee-1 ture on business success not only In person all over the country, but ho haa his own radio and television programs. In the past eleven INSURE NOW FOR HAIL ON GROWING CROPS Insure with a company that has the, record. of writing more hail insurance on growing crops than any other hail company in the state of Nebraska. While other hail companies have rasied-their rotes this year, the FARMERS MUTUAL HAIL INSURANCE COMPANY did not! ' COMPARE rotes BEFORE you buy. Save' ' from $10.00 to $25.00 per thousand dollars of insurance. Buy now; poy next fall without interest on the premium. See or coll- ' Bartee Insurance Agency Tilden, Nebr. Phone FOrest 8-5934 that KILL your crops WITH . KHWM FOR Tew folks who started your chicks on Chick Atoms Iwvo bi itako In Staley's 100 LIVABILITY Monl Don't loss this 100 protection against losses -nt soon as chicks roach 7 weeks, switch them ta Staley Orowor Atoms. Remember, If you keep them on this piao 'ihofuS 14 week Staley guarantee to pay you fufl INKnfry prm nr eny chicks you lose to dtsuosol You con 1 IomI-mo us nowi elgu UMIUm . Kansas CRy I h. lewis Git Year I Grower ATOMS At Tilden Fertilizer Equipment & Supply D-X STATION . Phone FOrest 8-5319 or FOrest 8-5967 Staley MIWUg ColHCoosm Oty 4 hlsds IN NEBRASKA... DOLLARS ARE RETURNED TO YOU 4-H QUBS AND FFA r t COUNTY FAIRS CHARITABLE PRpjECTS SCHOLARSHIPS AGRICULTURE AND LIVE STOCK SHOWS In Nebraska, everyone shares in the pleasure and the fun and also the benefits. It is the only state where all the profits are given to charitable, educational and agricultural activities. Even the board members of Ak-Sar-Ben serve without pay as a civic duty.. .just as your state and county fair boards do.. .to give you this thrilling, exciting entertainment. Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Ritter and family were Mr. and Mrs. Fired Ritter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Prevo and llr. and Mrs. Francis Fields and sons. Jack Marshall was in Sioux Falla, South Dakota Wednesday and Thursday of last week attending a state Funeral Directors convention. . BROGAN & BROGAN LAWYERS -In Tilden Each Wednesday 10:00 to 12:00 1:00 to 3:00 Office On Main Street JOHNSON VARIETY Week End Specials C H ILD R E N SN Y LO N RAYoVf PANTIES, . PAIR 35c, 3 PAIR $1.00 MISSES, PAIR 59c, 2 PAIR $1.00 PLAIN CHAMBRAY AND PLAIN DENIM, THIS WEEK END ONLY 39c YD. GRADUATION GIFTS, MEMORIAL WREATHS, PEDAL PUSHERS, SHORTS, MIDRIFFS, AT SAVING PRICES I Corn Rootworm Control USE - HEPTACHLOR - ODORLESS and nontoxic We have a large stack of all Spray Chemicals - Both Liquid and Granules, at the lowest' prices: C0RKLE FARM SUPPLY Phone FOrest 8-5304 Tilden IN THE FRIenDIy t NEBRASKA SUNSHlN AK-SART'-EJlSEP r- I i i i i. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i I I I I I i I I i i i i i I i i ; I "now she wants one of those new . EXTENSION TELEPHONES IN COLOR! Can't blame the gal! Women love the added beauty andonvcniencc of our Extcnaiona in 8 lovely colors. Call our Busiacsa Office. NEBRASKA CONTINENTAL TELEPHONE COMPANY AMhLi oj Oh tlf Qai lJpJM Sfittmi mm (itfxt duitf e? RsHsto (ilslUv II iii : 3 IISI I. I A Report fb' the People Nebraska Public Power System Supplied More Electricity in 1955 at Even LOWER AVERAGE RATES Token from the pagts of tho 1955 NPPS Annual Report KILOWATT HOUR SALES The 40 customers of Nebraska Public Power System purchased a total of 1343301337 kilowatt houra compared to a total of 1311,111396 purchased during 1954. Thie represents an ia- of 10.91. utUmH, - area pTrTmirrii AVERAGE REVENUE PER KILOWATT HOUR The average revskul in 1955 wia 83149 mills per kilowatt hobiffectnpared to the average of 8L7468 milla per'VOoikti hour in 1954. . Aewafirsiwui) S lie eeteel mwaes emeiiel yeit ky NPK mdowun par kilomtt hour. Z52M W 19M 1911 A 1 OO-MILLION-DOLLAR BUSINESS. BUILT FOR YOU REPORTS ON ITS 1955 OPERATIONS Demand and supply of power by NPPS broke all previous records during 1055. At the aame time, Nebraska Public Power Sytem ia providing new hmtallationi that . will assure you of an ample supply of low cost power in the future. Get these facta in the 1955 Annual Report. Write today, for your free copy, co Department R Cdumbua, Nebraska. Producer! of low-Coaf Power for Nebraska' i Ixpandng Need g Nebraska Public Power System or loop aivn public powb msibict and pum valut public rown and ouuoation oimKX

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