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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1928)
HERE and there throughout
the land tonight many a
mother will keep faithful vigil
over some sick child. Heavy
eyed and weary she will minis
ter as only a mother can.
At the push of a button elec
tricity will light the tiny face,
heat the water, warm the food,
prepare the medicine. These
are services the value of which
is known only to mothers.
We are glad and proud to be
of some small help where anx
ious mothers watch and serve.
CHARLES DELBERT FERRIS.
Charles Delbert Ferris, oldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ferris, was born
August 22, 1901, at Brunswick, Ne
braska, and died at the Sacred Heart
Hospital, Lynch, Nebraska, on No
vember 1, 1928.
From the age of five ’till he was
seventeen, he attended school and
Sunday school in the Patterson school
house. Then his parents moved to
Holt county. He was married to Miss
Ella Jane Clark, December 7, 1926.
He leaves to mourn his loss his
wife, father and mother, one sister
and eight brothers. His sister, Mrs.
Mary L. Schrader, passed aw^ay De
cember 11, 1917, at Neligh; and his
brother, George passed away October
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4, 1925, at the Wilson Hospital in
He was well loved by all who knew
him and his friends all grieve at his
death. Our hearts are breaking since
the angels came and took our dear boy
away. He was laid to rest in the
beautiful Woodlawn cemetery at At
kinson, beside his brother, George.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Forest A. Heizer, in the Pres
byterian Church in Atkinson, on No
vember 7, 1928.
4 H CLUB.
Miss Faye Sigman won the honors
of the 4 H club at Amelia given by the
Chicago and Northwestern railroad to
the highest rating club member of
Holt county, which was free trans
portation to the Seventh National
Congress to be held for 4 H club boys
and girls at Chicago, December 27,
Fourteen active members of the
club took the cooking project the past
summer, which consisted of the pre
paration of fifty meals, using thirty
receipts, baking four loaves of bread,
study of balanced meals, food habits,
correct weight, etc, fulfilling all re
quirements of the club, to be ac
knowleged by the state to receive
charter and seal. The active mem
mers are Faye Sigman, Mary Sig
man, Zelma and Mildred Waldo, Faye
Clemmens, Mary Sigman, Faye Clem
mens, Levine Pierce, Lillian Coolidge,
Clarice White, Martha Fisher, Mary
Minnahan, Ruth and Agnes Mulligan,
Evelyn Smith and Arlene Fryiear.
Associate members: Audrey, Cath
erine :and Genon Gilster, Ruth and
Birdie Doolittle. Local Leader, Mrs.
H. O. Russ.
S. J. Weekes is in Omaha this week.
Ralph Mellor made a business trip
to Omaha this morning:.
Mrs. John Lienhart, who has been
very ill, is much improved.
5c Candy Bars,
10 Pounds Fine Granulated
Value Milk, small size,
Quart Jar Better Prepared 0 1 r*
Mustard ^ I O
Campbell’s Soup, all kinds,
Hershey’s Cocoa, 25c size,
Marshmallows, Fresh and
One pound ..—
Gold Dust Washing Powder,
Puritan Malt, Bohemian Hop
Flavored, Large Can
$9.50 Men’s Dress Pants,
Made to order __
John J. Melvin
Sells for Less
John N. Stauffer
City Dray Line
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Piano Moving. Phone 325
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A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Smith at Frank Ofcerle’s
Joel Parker has traded his building
in South O’Neill to Sam Thompson
for the Coffee Shop.
Miss Naomi Harnish, who teaches
school near Neligh, spent the week
end with home folks.
Mrs. T. J. Minor, of Brewster, Kan
sas, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W.
C. Templeton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carnes, of Ne
ligh, spent Sunday with Mrs. Carnes’
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harnish.
Miss Roberta Arbuthnot accom
panied by two other teachers of the
Creighton faculty spent the week-end
at the Arbuthnot home.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown and Mr.
Ask how to obtain a doll free at the
“BIG DOLL DISPLAY”
at cur store Saturday and Monday, Nov. 17 and 19.
and Mrs. Ralph Mellor will go to Lin
coln tomorrow to see the foot-hall
game between Nebraska and Pitts
William Olson, who is employed at
the Arbuthnot & Reka garage let a
heavy iron shaft fall upon the end of
the little finger on his right hand
this morning, which severed the end
of the finger.
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time, enjoying its new smoothness and swift
ness. They drop into third (a quiet, internal
gear) for rapid acceleration in traffic, or up
steep hills. The gear shift is standard. You
start in second. First, in reserve, is seldom
used. A car is at your disposal.
Five chassis—sixes and eights—
prices ranging from $860 to $2485.
Car illustrated is Model629, five
7>asscn£er Sedan, with 4-speed
transmission (standard gear shift)
51985. All prices f. o. b. Detroit.
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Dealer: J. M. Seybold, O’Neill, Nebraska
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