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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1923)
1 VOLUMN MM, > ' O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1923 NO. 14
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Mrs. P. S. Hughes was a guest of
Mrs. M. Campbell, at Atkinson, last
A son was born on August 15th to
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Kickok, of At
A daughter was born on Monday of
last week to Mr. and Mrs. John Claus
There will be no preaching services
at the Methodist church next Sunday
evening. The pastor Rev. J. A.
Hutchins will preach in Chambers
Miss Hazel Sivesind went to Omaha
Sunday where she has employment.
Hy Hubbard, of Chambers, returned
home Sunday morning from Hot
Springs, South Dakota, where he has
been for the past few weeks for the
benefit of his health.
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The Game of The Season Will Be Played at
In Connection With
THE ANTELOPE COUNTY FAIR
Norfolk State League vs.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 13
Admission 50 cents, and all the Fair Exhibits
and Program added for good measure.
Get Right First
Good business judgment is
founded on facts.
This bank has means for
gathering facts not always
open to the individual.
Our depositors have the
privilege of this valuable in
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of officers or stockholders.
Resources over $600,000.00
Miss Dorothy Frost went to Omaha
Wedneslay for a two weeks’ visit.
O. 0. Newman and family went to
Lincoln Saturday and are attending
the state fair this week.
Miss Tressa Morrow, of Lincoln,
was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. P.
Golden, a few days last week.
Leonard McManus went to St.
Mary’s, Kansas, Wednesday, where he
will resume his studies. ,,
Wm. Joyce was visiting with his
granddaughter, Mrs. Leonard Ullrich,
in. Atkinson, a few days last week.
Miss Dorothy and Miss Esther Tom
linson went to Omaha Sunday where
they will attend the Omaha high
John Phalin went to Omaha the first
of the week where he will take up
Arts and Science at the Creighton
Miss Marie Bigin, Miss Helen Big
lin and Miss Grace Carlon went to
Denver Sunday where they will seek
J. W. Brentson returned home to
Kansas City, Missouri, Friday after
visiting a couple of weeks in the
Mrs. J. F. O’Donnell and Mrs. John
Skirving went to Stuart last Saturday
where Mrs. Skirving is taking treat
ment at the Dr. Wilson hospital.
Miss Gertrude Bedford and Mrs. E.
W. Sargent went to Lincoln Wednes
day to attend the state fair. Miss
Gertrude will go to Kearney to resume
Twenty-five of the members of the
Epworth League of the Methodist
church went to Inman Sunday evening
and held a joint session with the In
Judge and Mrs. R. R. Dickson, Mrs.
J. F. O'Donnell and Mrs. P. J. O’Don
nell drove to Stuart Wedneslay where
they spent the day with Mrs. Skirv
ing, who is in the hospital.
Miss Elsie Kellogg, of Valentine,
spent Monday and Tuesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Temple
ton. Miss Elsie was on her way to
Lincoln where she will attend the
C. R. Mortensen, accompanied by
his wife and son Clifford, came up
from Omaha Monday and has taken
charge of the Harding Cream station.
Dewey Courtney, who has been in
charge of the station has returned to
his home at Kearney.
Abe Saunto has been very ill with
typhoid fever and pneumonia at his
home in this city during the past
week. He is reported as being some
what better today. Dr. Adolph Sachs,
who is a professor of Medicine in an
Omaha college was called in consulta
tion with Dr. Finley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Golden, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Morrow and family and Miss
Tressa Morrow, of Lincoln, started
Monday morning via auto for the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrow at
Scott's Bluff. After a short visit Par
nell will go to Casper, Wyoming,
where he will open a set of abstract
Prof, and Mrs. F. A. Jederman, of
the Atkinson schools, spent the past
three months traveling in their auto
through the northwest portion of the
United States and the Rockies in
British Columbia. They’returned from
California over the southern route
which1 took them through Arizona and
John Kearns, formerly of near Page,
but now residing near Gordon, was
shaking hands with former O’Neill
friends Saturday. Mr. Kearns was re
turning from Omaha where, on the
previous Sunday, he had taken his
daughter, Bernadine, to the hospital
for treatment. She has been suffering
with inflamatory rheumatism. Mrs.
Kearns has been ill with an infection
following a removal of a tooth.
Green Valley Items in Atkinson
Graphic: During the storm Sunday
afternoon, lightning struck the bam
on the Cecil Radcliff place, and the
building was burned to the ground.
Included in the loss was a team of
mules, all harness and some hay and
grain. Mr. Radcliff, at the risk of his
life, succeeded in getting all the
animals out of the barn except the one
team of mules. His loss is about $1,
000, with no insurance.
The Annual Holt County Convention
of the Woman’s Christian Temperance
Union was held in O’Neill, Thursday,
August 30th, at the Methodist church.
A large delegation from both Page
and Atkinson were present, also many
visitors attended both the afternoon
and evening services. The Annual
reports from all unions showed an im
provement from the year before. The
medal contest was a complete success.
Atkinson carried away two medals and
O’Neill one. Mae Mogelle Martin, of
O’Neill, won the medal in the singing
contest. Excellent papers were read
by members from Atkinson, Page and
O’Neill. The officers elected for the
coming year are, Mrs. Josie Havens,
Atkinson, President; Miss Meta M.
Martin, O’Neill, Vice-President; Mrs.
Kate Kirkland, Atkinson, Secretary;
Mrs. Minnie Hough, of O’Neill, Treas
urer. Mrs. Josie Havens was elected
delegate to the state convention.
THE EMMET SLUGGERS
WIN FROM ATKINSON
The ball game between Emmet and
Atkinson on the latter’g ground last
Sunday developed into a track meet
from Emmet. Snyder pitched the first
inning. Emmet speedsters made eight
circles of the diamond in the first in
ning. Cox took the mound and suc
ceeded in holding the Emmetites to
eighteen scores during the game. At
kinson landed one man on the home
plate during the engagement.
Atkinson will meet Emmet at the
Emmet park next Sunday when a good
game is expected
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O'NEILL HIGH SCHOOL.
The O’Neill High School opened
Monday, September 3rd, for registra
tion and assignment of classes.
The following is the personnel of
the faculty: E. H. Suhr, Superin
tendent; A. F. Dugger, Principal and
Latin Instructor; Miss Kathaleen Ros
koff, Science and History; Mrs. Mar
tina Dishner, Mathematics; Mrs. E.
H. Suhr, Normal ^Training and Home
Economics; Mrs, A. F. Dugger, Eng
Mr. and Mrs. Dugger are the new
members of the faculty having taught
the past year at Pitonka, Iowa. Mr.
Dugger in the capacity of superin
tendent and Mrs. Dugger as principal.
The grade faculty is made up of the
following teachers: Miss Mary Hor
iskey, eighth grade; Miss Aice Trihy,
seventh and sixth A; Miss Bessie Mc
Leod, fifth and sixth B grades; Miss
Katherine Dillon, fourth grade; Miss
Ella Coffey, third grade; Miss Rose
Taylor, seocnd grade; Miss Irenaeia
Biglin, first and kindergarten grades,
and Miss Nellie Cromwell, ward
Anyone desiring a school boy for
work after school hours please tele
phone the High School. Several boys
from outside districts desire places in
which they might be able to earn all
or part of their board.
The eighth grade has an enrollment
of seventeen; several of the class hav
ing not yet entered.
Tuesday’s opening period consisted
of a brief discussion on Labor Day.
The class is keeping a record of the
weather for September. %
In a flower drill which consisted in
naming the different kinds, Amelia
Saunto led the class.
GAME WARDEN GRAY
GETS CHICKEN HUNETRS
Howard Manson, of Deloit, was ar
rested last Saturday by Game War
den C. A. Gray. He was taken to
Neligh where he was arraigned Tues
day, before Police Judge Bare, who as
sessed a fine of $50.00 and costs
amounting to $59.95, for shooting one
Lowell Vogel, of Ewing, .paid a lit
tle over thirty dollars Tuesday for
shooting one prairie chicken. Vogel
was arrested by Deputy State Game
Warden C. A, Gray and pleaded guity
before Judge Bignal at Ewing, who
assessed a fine of $50 and costs, later
remitting $25 of the amount on ac
count of the youth of the offender and
To The Depositor
NATIONAL BANKS FAIL. When
they do depositors lose heavily. Why?
Because deposits in National Banks
are not guaranteed.
v STATE BANKS FAIL. When they
do depositors are paid in full. Why?
Because deposits in State Banks are
protected by the Depositors Guarantee
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
THE NEBRASKA STATE BANK
OF O’NEILL is the only Bank in
O’Neill which offers you this pro
You will protect yourself and please
us by depositing your money with us.
5 per cent paid on time deposits.
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Nebraska State Bank
o! O’Neill, Nebraska
pending good behavior. The force of
wardens in this and other counties of
the prairie chicken country recently
has been augmented and a drive is to
be made against illegal shooting.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Elder, of Atkin
son, started last Thursday on a trip
that eventually will take them to the
San Joaquin Valley, California, where
they will spend the winter with the
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Hatch and
family moved to Lincoln last Thurs
day. Merle Hatch, who has been
working in the country, went to Lin
coln Sunday and will attend high
school this year.
Miss Marjory Dickson is at Ewing
the guest of Mrs. Max Golden.
Mrs. August Kruger, residing south
of Inman, has been quite iii, but is re
ported somewhat in^>roved.
John, the seven year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Matt Dugan, residing7 on the
Gridin place north of the cemetery,
fell from a horse Sunday and broke
his right arm above the elbow.
Mrs. Doran Rutherford, of Page,
will be superintendent of the Royal
schools again this year. She has suc
cessfully filled this position for the
I past two years.
To The Public!
We have taken over the
O’Neill Gas & Oil Company’s
Storage Tanks and Ware
house and are now prepared
to sell wholesale as well as
retail, high grade gasoline,
kerosene, and lubricating oils.
We solicit your patronage
both retail and wholesale, as
we are the only local Inde
pendent Gas & Oil Company
now operation in or out of
O’Neill. Our filling truck is
at your service, Phone 16 for
prompt Tank Wagon Service.
Ford Filling Station
J. B. Mellor & Co.
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