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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1928)
BABIES AT THE STATE FAIR
Our surest and best crop will be well represented. Over 200 entries
at the 1928 Fair, August Slat to September 7th.
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PIONEER BUS LINE
IS GIVEN APPROVAI
An extension of service which th<
Pioneer Bus Line, owned and opera
ted by Ida N. Bartunek, of O’Neill
desires to make in northern Nebraskf
has been conditionally approved bj
the state railway commission.
The line will be permitted to op
erate between O’Neill and Sioux City
as requested, but with the provis(
that no local passengers be carriec
either way between Randolph nn<
Sioux City. The same restriction as t(
local service applies between O’Neil
and Ainsworth, another route whicl
is otherwise O. K.’d by the commis
There will be one bus each wa;
daily between O’Neill and Ainswortl
and between O’Neill and Sioux City
With connections available at Ains
worth, this will provide throug
service all the way from Chadron t<
Sioux City and to Grand Islam
One has direct connections with an;
point on the way from Grand Island
Everyone should boost for this bu
In the United States
And we mean every word of It.
When you attend the Nebraska
August 31st to September 7th.
you will be convinced and will
find the evidence at every turn.
The best of Nebraska will be on
exhibit. Stock, Poultry, Agricul
ture. Club Work, Schools, Domes
tic, Fine Arts, Needle Work, Baby
Health, Medical and many other
Not only an opi>ortunity to see
Nebraska’s best, but to meet those
that made tho wonderful exhibits
Lincoln, Aug. 31st to Sept. 7th.
For further Information write
George Jackson, Secretary,
NEBRASKA STATE FAIR
j A fine baby boy was born to Mrs.
and Mrs. Andrew Hopkins.
Miss Dorothy Lee is spending this
'■ week visiting relatives at Washington,
» Latest reports from Omaha are
1 that Dr. E. J. Oxford, who has been
r a patient at the Lord Lister Hospital
the past seven weeks, shows a iitHe
Mrs. E. V. Sageser entertained the
■J Presbyterian Ladies Aid at her home
j last Thursday. The large crowd,
j which was present, enjoyed the won
j derful dinner which was served by
1 the ladies.
i Rev. Earl E. Ray, pastor of the
- Baptict church, who is spending his
vacation in Texas, surprised his many
. friends by sending cards to the mem
, hers of his congregation announcing
, his marriage while enroute at Plains,
Kansas, Friday, July 13, to Miss I.ela
h Mae Winnigred. His friends are plan
, ning a hearty welcome for the newly
While helping his father with the
evening chores, at his ranch h'>mc,
y thirteen miles southwest of Oliam
I. hers, Vernor, the eight-year-old son
y of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thompson, suf
fered a broken leg, Friday, July 20.
Mr. Thompson was in (mother part
- of the barn when the accident hap
pened and Vernon is unable to tell how
he was hurt. The supposition is thm
he was kicked by a mule. Dr. Gill
reduced the fracture and latest re
ports are that he is getting along
(From last week.)
Herman Rubin met with a painful
I accident Thursday, July 19. He was
driving a team of horses hitched to a
farm wagon with a rake tied on be
hind. In some manner he must have
eaught his foot and fell when he tried
U get out of the wagon to close a
gale as he was found by neighbors
in a dazed condition with a deep cut
on the side of his head that almost
severed the left ear. He was brought
to Chambers for medical attention.
It required twenty stitches to close the
Herbert Neilson and Miss Merta
Isaacson surprised their many friends
when they slipped away to Norfolk
last Tuesday, July 17, where they
were united in marriage. Mrs. Neilson
is a graduate of the Chambers high
school and later taught one term of i
school at Chambers. She is a young '
woman of many good qualities and a i
beautiful Christian character. Mr. I
Neilson is a hustling young farmer, 1
They are spending their honey moon <
Let The Bakery do your ;
Baking This Hot Weather
McMillian & Markey
DICK S IMPERIAL DANC E BAND OF PLATTE, S. D. ,
WILL PLAY FOR OUR
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I Dance, Saturday, Aug. 4
EVERYBODY COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS
The Riverside Park
At Hydro-Electric Dam— 6*4miles southeast of Spencer. :|; i
E. 1). Hoover, Manager j I,
Write for demonstrations to
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Chevrolets delivered since Jan .1st!
f Acclaimed by |hundred§ of thousands everywhere as
the world’s most luxurious low-priced car, the Bigger
| and Better Chevrolet has enjoyed such tremendous
I preference on the part of buyers that today it stands
I first choice of the nation for 19281
4 Over 750,000 new Chevrolets delivered to owners
1 since January 1st! The largest number of automobiles
|r gold this year by any single manufacturer! Never has
m any Chevrolet enjoyed such overwhelming public en»
Wk dorse mint—for never has any low-priced car com
bined such impressive performance, such delightful
comfort, and such distinctive style.
ffijjll Come in and inspect the car that has won such spectac
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REMOVAL OP WAR TAX LOWERS DELIVERED PRICES!
Arbuthnot & Reka, O’Neill
Alderson Brothers, Chambers
QUALITY AT LOW COST
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kn iy«»nuvu, axbci
which they will be at home on a home
stead at Wyoming, A reception was
held Friday evening at the home of
the bride’s father, David Isaacson.
Congratulations and best wishes will
follow this happy young couple to
their new home.
The Peter Judge hay gang gener
ously turned in and put up the hay
for W. O. James. Fine neighbors are
always generous, and that’s the kind
Two young mules were hauled and
delivered by the community truck on
Monday to the Stuart stockyards.
They were sold to a Kansas City mule
skinner by J. V. Johnson and Floyd
Fred Gottohalk purchased a thresh
ing machine and is threshing the
neighborhood. Rye is a fairly good
crop and yields from eight to twelve
bushels an acre We haven’t had a
report on how many gallons it makes,
Generally, when some neighbors be
gin to make hay.it commences to rain,,
but that rub don’t seem to hold good'
this year, not even with practically
the whole neighborhood making hay
will it rain. Well, the hay will be lit
tle, but good.
A burn dance was given by D. P.
Scott Friday evening, a week ago.
Some tine music was rendered by the
Sahpell orchestrn, who play tahe
clarionet, areordeon and bass drum. t
A film* lunch was served by these gen-'
erous people at midnight.
The James ami Johnson families
took a day oft' Wednesday and made
u trip to the Niobrara river at Whit
ing bridge, looking over the dam and
other things of interest. A picnic
dinner was enjoyed in the shade They
re'.irned hon e by Spenc <r and Hutte,
mooting acquaintances at both places
and enjoying a few minutes visit with
each of them. The young James
family left for their home in Omaha
the next day.
The Sunday School missionaries.
Dillon and ’lalgnnson, who are al
ways in a hurry, were detained at the
Johnson home Wednesday night, and
invited the neighbor* in for a group
gi;haring and picnic uinner Sunday,
four miles west of O’Neill. They were
also looking up some real talent In the
line of singer* for the group, and re
huuoutu uiut uttnit'ft emu uoiuisou, me
Celia singers, should be present and
sing. They were there, and ate, sang
and conquered. There was a splendid
picnic dinner, but what deserves men
tion and commendation in these items
was the program rendered by the
children of the vacation bible school,
and the sermon preached by Evange
list Marks, of Basset. The James’
and Johnson’s were entertained at the
J. K. Ernsts’ lovely obme after the
gathering, a while, and with the tal
ented Miss Marks at the piano, al
most raised the roof off of the old
homestead shack. The Celia singers
have promised to sing at the Mar
quette church east of Meek, Sunday.
MEEK AND VICINITY.
Mrs. R. D. Spindler and children
called on Mrs. Griffith on Wednesday.
Some from this vicinity made a
pleasure trip to Yankton on Monday.
Will Devall drove his new Ford
touring car home from O’Neill on Sat
The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs.
Oscar Lindburg on Wednesday, Aug
Several from here attended the
group gathering at Union Center on
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rouse and
sons were Sunduy visitors at Henry
Mrs. Ella Karr, of Wayne, is visit
ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Cleta and Viviun Wyant, of O’Neill,
are visiting at their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rouse, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Will Landon and children visit
«*1 at Irwin Sanders on Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Nelson and
Merriday Hubbv called at the Rouse
Bros, home <>n Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. bill Hlitxkie, of Spen
cer, were overnight guests at the
Frank Griffith home on Thursday.
Several from Atkinson visited the
Pleasant Valley Sunday school on
Sunday last and put on a nice pro
Miss Earl and Miss Day, who are
holding bible school at the Leoma
church, were visitors at Eric Borg's
home on Monday.
Leonard Young, son of Mr, and
Mr*. Ralph Yoing bad the misfortune
to be thrown from a horse and his arm j
broken on Wednesday,
miss oveiyn uoDei, wno came irom
Des Moines, Iowa, a couple of weeks
ago for a visit with her parents, re
turned to her work on Sunday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Baily at the Lynch hospital on
Friday. Mother and babe are doing
nicely and Melvin is stepping high.
Fred Bredehoeft threshed at the
Charlie Kohler place Monday.
Ronald and Dee Grass autoed over
to Niobrara a week ago Sunday.
Russell Fink’s daughters visited at
the George Fink home last week.
Mrs. Clyde Streeter and son, Vin
cent, called on Mrs. Lucy E. Grass
Mrs. Cora Hamilton is staying at
the L. K. Hough home helping to care
for her mother.
The S. O. S. Club enjoyed a picnic
on the John Bengston place over by
Lura, Ronald and Katheryn and Dee
Grass went to a party at Freni Car-!
rey’s Saturday night.
Mr. Lush and daughter Osa, Mrs.
Henderson and Rose Hoppel autoed
over to South Dakota last week.
Claude Hamilton autoed up to
O'Neill Sunday to visit his grand
mother, who is still on the sick list.'
Mrs. Grass and daughters, Lura and j
Katheryn, Mrs. Snyder and daughter,
Zola und two of Russel Finks little
girls autoed over to the Gravel Pit
Chnrley Richards and Elmer War
ner called on Mr. and Mrs. John
Warner Monday evening.
Mr. Bell Klingler visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ryan in
Atkinson last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lile Freed gave their
relatives and friends a dance at the
home of his parents Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Walnofer and
children were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Garatt Genzing Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Kerr, of near
Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Klingler, of O’Neill, spent a few days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
1 ' t
Canadian Malt Syrup,
G. A. Fox
Engineer job to rum steam
or oil engine thresher. In
at this office-or write Box 224,
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