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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1925)
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Brand harness. He has prob
ably sold it for years, knowing
it's honest value. Made of finest
leather by expert harness mak
ers, H. B. Brand outwears and
outworks ordinary harness.
Costs less in the long run. A
style for every purpose. Reason
able prices. Your H. B. Brand
dealer will be glad to show them
to you. Get a copy of our 1925 11
catalog from him or write us. ,
Harpham Brothers Company
The eighth grade had no absence
tie first three days of this week.
Mr. Gillespie visited the eighth grade
Violet Strube and Lona Cromwell
Have earned Student’s Final Certifi
cates in Palmer penmanship.
The class is spelling for head marks
ttts week. So far Gladys Williams,
Lona Cromwell, Florence Roseler,
Glenn Maw and Violet Strube have
received a head mark.
The class is drilling on the Recon
struction Period in history.
SIXTH GRADE—Francis Dempsey,
Violet Roseler, Edeerton Haskins and
Leonard Madison are absent this week
Because of illness.
Glen Morton has been acting as ref- I
dree for the sixth grade basketball
teams this week.
The geography class is beginning a
knit study of the southern states.
Many good reports were given Wed
nesday concerning industries, pro
ducts, inhabitants, early explorations
Southern heroes and southern songs.
Tke Victrola was usedvto better ac
quaint the pupils with the latter.
FIFTH GRADE—In tho last week’s
notes, we forgot to mention that Elis
abeth Henry was also exempt from
The fifth grade won the picture hav
ing had the most parents present at
the last Parent-Teachers association
Those neither absent or tardy dur
ing the first semester are:
Garland Bressler f
The following are the new pupils
hi the typing class: Ada and Mae
Storts, Emma Ferguson, Edith Sex
amith, Robert Lansworth, Edmond
Hancock, John Dumpert, Alfreda
Greseck, Hugh O’Donnell. Donald and
Melvin Clyde, Dana Zimmerman and
Clark A. Hough.
Five of our Normal Trainers are
taking bookkeeping this semester,
Ruby Knapp, Ruby Markey Elsie But
terfield, Cecilia Markey and Grace
Bailey; others are George McCarthy,
Ix>uis Znstrow, Eli Abdouch and Ger
Those absent from school are: Rus
sel Shoemaker, George McCarthy,
Myrtle Boelter, Lucille Strong, Nellie
Bellinger. Adail Greseck was absent
Tuesday, but is back again.
There are 37 Normal Trainers en
rolled this year, twelve of which are
Seniors and 25 juniors. We hope to
have some very good teachers in the
There are pupils enrolled in Typing
for 65 periods, and it has been neces
sary, even after the two new type
writers were installed to made an ad
ditional class at noon, and one after
school. The class is doing very nice
The High School Orchestra has
been organized under the direction of
Mr. S. D. Altstadt of Norfolk. Mr.
Altstadt is giving violin lessons in
O’Neill,' and directs the high school
orchestra every Friday afternoon. Any
one desiring violin lessons should call
the High School, phone 63 and make
an appointment with Mr. Altstadt.
The High School presented “Polly
anna” last Thursday night at the K.
C. Opera House in this city. The at
tendance was not large and the Ath
letic Association will benefit very lit
tle. The members of the cast car
ried their parts very nicely and are
deserving of credit.
Newspaper advertising that has
brought in millions of new customers
is held to be responsible for keeping
down gas costs by greatly increas
ing the output through many kinds
of new uses. •
(Received last week too late for
Ross Harris is in Omaha this week
Our new section foreman is moving ]
from Long Pine to Emmet this week.
Melvin Wright, from the Ryan
ranch, was an Emmet visitor Tuesday.
Frank Sisler, our genial pool hall
man, is moving into the Mrs. Welsh
property this week.
Scott Hough was in Emmet Wed
nesday night to witness “When
Dreams Come True,”
[ Ward Cosgrove will soon be back
on the job as station agent ftt Em
met. Ward has had a lay-off of about
The Bailey girls were up from
O’Neill to spend Saturday and Sun
day with their parents, returning to
We are not expecting the eclipse of
the sun to have much effect on this
part of the earth as long as there is
plenty of moonshine.
Miss Lucile Hough,of O’Neill,who is
teaching the Stahley school, put on
the play entitled: “When Dreams
Come True” in the hall at Emmet
Wednesday night which was well at
tended. Miss Hough used her pupils
as the characters in this play, each one
acted their part well and acquitted
themselves with much credit. We
have heard nothing but praise for
Miss Hough and her pupils for the
way in which they carried out their
HOME OF GOOD PICTURES
- FRIDAY -
Monte Blue and Marie Prevost in
“DAUGHTERS OF PLEASURE”
Fred Thompson in
-SUNDAY & MONDAY
Gloria Swanson in
Comedy and News
-TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY -
Jacueline Logan and Antonio Moreno
-THURSDAY & FRIDAY
Rin Tin Tin (The Dog) in
“LIGHT HOUSE BY THE SEA”
“Call of Canyon.”
This coupon will admit one woman
on Thursday, February 5th Only,
if accompanied by one paid admission.
program. We hope they will come
Some of the people who talk the
most claim there is no free speech In
this country. *
If some folks could be as wide-a
wake in working hours as they are at
1 a. m. when out with the sports, it
would promote their prosperity.
The weatherman has again sent his
chilly winds this way and Monday the
mercury reached below rero, and on
Tuesday morning it had not reached
any point above.
The Long Pine team will play our
high school team here on Saturday
night, January 31st. The Long Pine
team has a. fine record of games and
we believe the O’Neill boys will beat
them. Our boys need encouragement
from O’Neill r®oters, so come out and
help. Our boys are doing splendid
work and deserve your presence.
Meteor Falls on House.
A phenomenon of nature happened
at the E. P. VanKirk farm last F'riday
Mr. Van Kira was awakened by the
impact of some object hitting the
house. He went out to investigate
and found a burned spot on the house
about ten inches in diameter where
it is supposed the meteor struck.
Mr. VanKirk looked for the missile
Jmt was unable to find it.—Brunswick
J. L. Fisher and A. F. Bartlet were
O’Neill visitors Saturday.Mr. and
Mrs. Bart Smith were passengers to
O'Neill Wednesday afternoon.—Ewing
M. C. Hemenway had quite an ex
perience last week. He drove up to
Phoenix, Holt county, to take his son
Arthur, who is teaching school there
back. The next day in returning
home he got stalled in the snow
The biggest value in a winter ear (or the (amity
The Fordor Sedan provides room for the whole family. Yet it is a light,
easily handled car—the kind you want for the months of changeable weather
and difficult driving conditions.
It is fitted with carpet and curtains that harmonize with the color tones ol
the two wide, deeply upholstered seats. It enables you to keep comfortably
warm, yet haveplenty of fresh air since the Fordor Sedan is equipped with Cowl
The Fordor Sedan
Coupe • - 1520
Tudor Sedan 580
Runabout • 260
Touring Car 290
On open can Demountable
Rim*and Starter are MS extra
All prices f. o. b. Detroit
V entilator and windows that lower by revolving regulators.
You cannot own a car that offers you better value or
more widely useful service. And the greater economy
of operating a Ford lends emphasis to the practical worth
of this car to you. /
•EE THE NEAREST
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT ALL FORD PLANTS
EW models—record-breaking sales and pro
duction—have made it possible for Studebaker
to reduce prices without lowering quality.
Think twice before buying any car upon which
reductions may soon be announced.
Think twice before buying any car that has
reduced its quality along with its price.
Insist upon knowing all the facts about any car
REDUCED Prices on All Closed Models
Country Club Coupe $1345
Sedan • • • • • 1545
Victoria . $1895
Sedan . . 1985
All prices f.o. b.factory
Coupe . . $2450
Sedan . . 2575
Berline . . 2650
Walter A. Stein, Dealer,
TjHIS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR
about 25 miles north of O’Neill. Tin
track was filled in and packed and
he couldn’t do a thing with the car,
so he walked to the railroad, took the
train to Royal and went out home.
In a day or two to took a team and
went back and got the car and one of
the boys went along and drove the
team back. No federal road;: up ia
that country, you just got to make
your own.—Clearwater Record.
Mr. Haffner of O’Neill, was in town
the middle of the week. Mrs. Cole
of Star, is quit sick again. An eight
pound baby was bum to Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Mellor, of Middlebranch, on the
13tli. Mrs. John Walker spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. L. A.
Burgess, at O'Neill. Sacred Heart
parish may construct a $100,000 school
building during 1025. A group of
Page businessmen weut out and shov-1
eled snow from the road by Bemholtz, |
so that it would be passable for cars.
Charley Kohlar visited Monday
evening at the Percy Grass home.
Bert Fink, of Ewing, is visiting with
his brother, George Fink this week.
Alma Harris, of Pago, spent thc^
week end at the Percy Grass home in
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sibo; of Spring
view, Nebraska, visited Wednesday
night at the Percy Grass home.
Percy Grass and son, Edward, at
tended the sale near Middle Branch
Nebraska, and brought a small herd
Dr. Gilligan, of O’Neill, called at
the Mrs. Thomas Itoache home one
day last week. Mrs. Itoache is im
Mrs. Frank Snyder left last week
for Tecumseh where she expects to
attend the wedding anniversary of
Mr. and Mrs. John Buskirk, of
Yankton, South Dakota, arrived at
the home of Carl Buskirk last Monday
night, where they will visit a short
time before completing their trip to
the home of Mrs. Buskirk’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Bogors, west of O’Nill.
A number of neighbors were called
upon to shovel the snow from the
roads along the mile between the
Pleasant Valley school house and El
ton Clydes’. It will be some time be
fore the roads can be easily passable
Mrs. Gus. Sieger is on the sick list.
Ed Steskas called on Ed Heeb
Mrs. Ed Steskal and family were in
Henry Winkler, Jr., called on Bill
Albert and Amil Heeb called on
Jack Cleary Monday.
' Tom Slrong, of Emmet, called on
| Joe ilruder Wednesday.
Alvin Walnofer shelled corn for
Miehel and Henry Mullen last week.
G. S. Williams, the census man, was
calling on Pleasantview people last
Mrs. George Dahm spent a few days
with home folks. Mrs. OttoHonie and
Floyd Heeb, of South Dakota, is
visiting his uncle, Frank ^Leeb and
Rudy Clausscn and "•Charley Gra
ham called on Arthur Pratt Monday
John Steskal and sister, Mrs. Alvin
Walnofer called at the home of Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bohee were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Jim McDermith and uncle, Del
Johnson, called on Herman Klingler
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jenzing and
son spent Saturday evening with Mr.
and Mrs. Henry " i r.
Mr. and Mrs. ’ Rotn and
Roth spent Weunesuay evening w.J* -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winkler.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cone returned
home Saturday after a six weeks visit,
with relatives in Esterville, Iowa.
Miss Francis Elder was an over
Sunday visitor with home folks i»
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Elder.
. **'r- and Mrs. Robert Fullerton and
daughters were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Fullerton in Atkinson
David Heeb, of Atkinson, Jim Me
Dermith, Jim and Jack Murphey visit
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wm. Steskal accidentally fell while
learning to skate Monday afternoon;
and eut an inch gash in his chin, which
required the attention of a physician,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winkler and
daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. John
Babl were dinner guests of Mr. auuS
Mrs. George Pangratz and family
We want every customer to know that his con
nection with this bank, will be one of his best and
This bank carries no indebtedness of officers or
stockholders. Stiturajs ovar $333,03) CO.
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