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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1924)
r VOLUMN XLV. O’NEILL, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1924. NO. 27.
A son was bom on November 29th,
to Mr. and Mrs. John Dicks.
Frank Lancaster has converted his
touring car into a truck which he uses
on the milk route.
The Presbyterian ladies will hold
their bazaar and food sale Saturday
afternoon in the dining room «,f the
Rev. Father Kohler and James Mc
Pharlin drove up from Omaha last
Monday for a visit with O’Neill friends
John Nolan returned home last Sat
urday from Bassett where he has been
visiting with his son, Tom, and re
couperating (from the recent election.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland, of
Columbus, Montana, arrived here last
Mionday morning on a visit with Mrs.
Borland’s sister, Mrs. Martin Bazel
man and family.
Paul Hoehne, residing northwest of
O’Neill will now hear what is going
on over the world by means of a Ken
nedy receiving set which he purchased
a few days ago from Phil Ziemer.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sisco, arrived
here last week from Burchard, Ne
braska, and will make O’Neill their
home in the future. They will reside
in the south part of the city. Mrs.
Sisco is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. B. Carter.
Berger Bros, shipped two car loads
of stock to Omaha, Sunday, November
23rd. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Berger and
son, Maxwell, drove through in their
car, arriving in Omaha in time for J.
P. to get the cattle and hogs on an
early market, Monday morning.
George Henefin, the twenty-one
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace
Henefin, residing about twenty miles
north of O’Neill, was brought before
the insanity board Saturday and was
committed to the state hospital at
Norfolk. Sheriff Duffy took him to
Norfolk Saturday afternoon.
At the meeting of the Encampment
last Friday evening the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing
term: Chief Patriarch, W. C. Temple
ton; Senior Warden, E. F. Porter;
High Priest, B. T. Winchell; Junior
Warden, Ira Moss; Scribe, J. H. Mere
dith; Trustee, W. C. Templeton.
Former county agent F. W. Rose and
Mrs. Rose departed Monday morning
for their new home at Albion, Indiana.
Mrs. Rose left on the morning train
while F. W. loaded the coupe with
personal belongings and departed by
auto. The Frontier will keep Mr. and
Mrs. Rose informed as to the doings
of their many Holt county friends.
has arrived at
™1—IIIBBIIBII",I,BBI■■ Mamma Dolls. Sleeping Dolls. Doll Beds.
Doll Buggies. Little Red Chairs. Tables. Trunks. Drums. Roller Chimes.
Musical Tops. Toy Pianos. Toy Dishes. Books. Games. Sewing Boxes.
Friction Toys. Jumping Rabbits. Trains on Track. Moving Picture Machines.
Sleds. Wagons. Wheel Barrows. Banks.
Horns. Coon Jiggers. Barking Dogs.
Air Guns. Pop Guns. And everything at lowest prices.
Do your Xmas Shopping Early at
Bowen’s Racket Store,
Mrs. F. J. Kubitschek and children a three weeks visit with her mother, Miss Margaret Allworth came up spent Thanksgiving with her mother
returned home Monday afternoon from Mrs. W. B. VanSant, in Omaha. from Tilden where she is teaching and Mrs. Phil Ziemer.
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Mrs. Susie Horiskey
Mrs. James Evans, of Oshkosh, Ne
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with her mother, Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. Charles Davis spent several
days last week visiting with her son
Andy and family at Sioux City.
Misses Nina and Marie Bazelman
came up from Ewing, Wednesday, to
spend Thanksgiving with the home
Mrs. Phil Ziemer enjoyed a visit
over the Thanksgiving period, from
her mother, Mrs. Rockefeliow, of
W. G. Armbruster shipped three
double deck cars of sheep to Omaha
and two cars to Stanton the first of
Miss Amelia Boettcher, a teacher in
Anoka public school, spent the week
end in O’Neill with her friend, Miss
The first heavy snow of the season
began falling last night and is in full
progress yet today. About ten inches
of snow now covers the ground.
Mrs. F. H. Lancaster enjoyed a visit
from her mother, Mrs. Kate Bliss, of
Schuyler, who arrived here Wednes
day of last week. She will return
Miss Esther Tomlinson came up
from Omaha last Saturday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tom
linson, of Mineola. She returned to
her school work Tuesday.
Rev. J. A. Hutchins and family ac
companied by Clinton Fry, of Winside,
father of Mrs. Hutchins, spent Thanks,
giving with Ray Hutchins and family,
at Cedar Rapids, Nebraska.
Mrs. Alice Brady and daughter,
Della, of Omaha, spent Thanksgiving
with Mrs. August Smith and Mrs. J. P.
and C. E. Berger, of Opportunity.
They returned home Sunday.
A reception party was held in the
Presbyterian church basement Tues
day evening complimentary to Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Yantzi, who were re
cently married. A large crowd was
pi*esent. Luncheon was served.
A letter received by Rev. and Mrs.
George Longstaff from their son,Lieu
tenant J. B. Longstaff, who is an
officer on the submarine S-22, recites
the experiences through which he
passed during a storm while their
boat was traveling from New Ixmdon,
Connecticutt to Annapolis, about ten
days ago. Lieutenant Longstaff was
thrown against the bridge by the vio
lence of the storm and received a
number of severe bruises but no
serious injury. The S-22 was bound
for Pensacola, Florida,
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