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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1935)
Over the County
Mr. and Mrs. Plen Nichol are the
parents of an 8H pound baby boy,
born Friday, January 4.
Word has been received of the
birth of a baby boy to Superintend
ent and Mrs. E. R. Ropers, of Har
rison, Nebr., on Deeeember 26.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Collins and
son, of Bartlett, were here Sunday
Miss Dorothy Outhouse, who
spent the Christmas holidays here,
has returned to her work in Lin
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Peterson, of
O’Neill, visited here Sunday at the
R. M. Conard home.
James Butler, of Ewing, was here
Monday on business.
Miss Joyce Outhouse left Monday
night for St. Louis where she will
visit her sister, Mrs. James Rob
erts and Mrs. Roberts.
Miss Merle Leidy was here from
Norfolk Sunday visiting home
Richard and Marjorie Sholes had
their tonsils removed at the O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Long have left
for their home in Idaho, after vis
iting here with her sister, Mrs. W.
H. Chicken and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bartschs
and children, of Royal, were here
Sunday visiting at the E. R. Riley
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cornish and
Mrs. Illadek, of Center, were visit
ing here at the George Cornish
Mr. ami Mrs. Harry McGraw, J.
T. Thompson and Jim Hoxie nar
rowly esccaped serious injury and
perhaps death Saturday while en
route to Norfolk. They were driv
ing between Page and Ewing when
they hit a horse. The horse was
instantly killed and the car badly
damaged, but Mr . and Mrs. Mc
Graw, Thompson and Hoxie were
School will be resumed Monday
in the following places: Primary,
in room at Watson hay office; in
termediate and grammer, L. D. S.
church; high school in the Method
ist church parlors, which are across
the street from the church.
James Madison, 9 month old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith,
who was born at Brunswick last
March, passed away at his home in
New Castle, Nebr., Saturday and
the body was brought to Inman for
funeral and burial which was held
Sunday afternoon at the M. E.
church, interment was in the Inman
cemetery. The little one leaves to
mourn his going his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Smith and two
brothers, Clifford and Keith, and
many other relatives. The baby
was stricken with pneumonia about
ten days ago.
MEEK AND VICINITY
Edward Young spent part of last
week with his cousin, Lloyd Rouse.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Borg were
supper guests at the Gust Johnson
home on Tuesday night.
Mrs. Eric Borg spent Wednesday
afternoon at the Dan Hansen home.
Mrs. Fred Lindberg and Mrs.
John Krough called at the Eric
Borg home Wednesday afternoon.
Arthur, Elmer, Walter and Clar
ence Devall and Raymond Johnson
spent Wednesday afternoon with
Mr. ad Mrs. Fred Johring, Melvin,
Donald, Bonnie, Velma and Shirley,
and Arthur Hayford were guests at
the Will Devall home on New
Dan Hansen sawed wood for
Mariedy Hubby Wednesday.
Opal Miller, of Red Bird, spent
the week-end at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Frank Nelson.
A large crowd attended the
Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs. A.
L. Borg on Thursday afternoon.
The ladies are making a quilt and
sewing on various other things.
Mrs. Borg served a delicious lunch.
The next meeting will be held at
Mrs. Charles Linn’s.
The Herb Worth and Fritz Worth
families and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Karr
and Jumes Abbott and. the Bert
Ott family were dinner guests at
the Bob Worth home on New
Prayer meeting and bible study
was held at the Eric Borg home on
Thursday evening. The next meet
ing will be held at the home of A.
George Worth and a friend ar
rived from Dalton on Wednesday
for a visit at the Roy Karr and
the Worth families homes.
Howard Rouse called on Frank
Griffith on Friday.
Dinner guests at the A. L. Borg
home on Sunday were: Mr. and
Mrs. Gust Johnson, Hazel and Ray
mond and MiRs Mary' Hemingway,
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Spindler, Leone
and Leroy and Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Griffith and C -oil.
Miss Mary Hemingway was an
over-night guest at the Gust John
son home on Saturday.
Miss Marjorie Hendrix, who has
been visiting the past two weeks
with home folks, returned to Mar
iedy Hubby’s on Sunday.
Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Walters and
children, Florence, Lavone and Allen
were guests at the Sain Robertson
home on Sunday.
Miss Rachel Robertson, who
spent the Christmas vacation at
home, returned to Mitchell on Sun
day, where she is teaching school.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Will Hofler at the Orville
Harrison on January 7. Mrs. Hof
ler was formerly Miss Liljian Har
Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and
children, Wilma and Richard, spent
Sunday evening at the Ralph Young
Those who helped put up ice at
the Rouse Brothers home on Mon
day were, Virgil Hubby, Elmer De
vall, Frank Griffith, Ralph and
Callers at Mrs. E. H. Rouse’s on
Monday w'ere Mr. and Mrs. Willi
Langan, Margaret and Jackey and
Miss May McGowan.
Mrs. Frank Griffith spent Monday
with Mrs Howard Rouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kaczor
called at Virgil Hubby’s Sunday
Cecil Griffith and Ralph Rausch
helped saw wood for Gust Johnson
Paul Nelson, who has been visit
ing relatives in Omaha for the past
two weeks, returned home on Sun
Mrs. Fay Puckett, who has been
on the sick list for several days, is
much better, for which her many
friends in this community are truly
Oscar Johnson, of Hay Springs,
arrived on Monday for a short visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Segar, of
Belleville, Kansas, are the proud
parents of a baby boy, born Thurs
day, January 3.
Little Myrlen Beckwith spent
Thursday evening with Miss Na
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith en
tertained a group of relatives at
dinner Thursday evening.
Word has been received by
friends from Mr. and Mrs. George
Stanek at Cheyenne, Wyoming,
stating that they would be at home
to friends at Ainsworth, Nebr.,
after January 8.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Colman and
family, of Phoenix, and Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Beckwith and family
spent Sunday with Mrs. Vera Hick- j
man. Little Arlene Beckman re
mained for a weeks visit with her
Walter Cole resumed his school
work in O’Neill after helping at
home during his father’s illness.
Otto Hoehne's badger, which he
had taken such good care of for
over a month in the hope that the
fur would be more valuable in the
future, died from over-eating. The
one Paul Hoehne caught gained its
freedom and is again at large.
Mrs. Ada Stahley and son La
Veme and Miss Loretta Flannery
visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Guy Beckwith Monday evening.
Mrs. John Kee, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Lorenz and son, Glen, visited Mrs.
Ada Stahley Sunday afternoon.
Casper Wikler called at Ralph
Beckwith’s Tuesday afternoon.
Walter Schmohr returned to
school Monday after a siege of the
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lorenz and
Glen and Elmer Lorenz motored to
Omaha and Sioux City, where they
expect to spend a week. Carl is a
delegate to the Farmens’ Union
convention to be held in Omaha.
Miss Olive Beckwith spent the
week-end with her grandmother,
Mrs. Vera Hickman.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckwith and
family had dinner with Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Beckwith Saturday.
A number of farmers took ad
vantage of the nice weather and
burned Russian thistles.
T. A. Gree, of O’Neill, trucked a
load of cattle to the Omaha markets
Tuesday. The cattle had been in
pasture for some time in this vicin
Howard Berry’s pack of fleet
footed grey hounds had scooped in
nine prairie wolves at last accounts.
We say wolves instead of the com
monly accepted term coyote as
those who profess to know their
canis lupus claim that these dun
grey denizens of Holt county prair
ies are not coyotes ut nil. The
hounds are a sort of sociable lot
when a wolf is not concerned. On
occasion they tour the country and
call on the neighbors with friendly
(Continued on page 8, column 3.)
One (1) mile east and four and one-half (4*4) miles north of Opportunity,
or eight (8) miles east and fourteen (14) north of O’Neill, on
Wed., January 16, 1935
commencing at 1 o’clock, p. m.
11 Head of Horses
1 bay mare, wt. 1,500,11 yrs. old; 1 bay mare, wt 1,500, 10 yrs. old; 1
bay mare, wt. 1,100, 10 yrs. old; 1 black gelding, wt. 1,100, 10 yrs. old; 1
black gelding, wt. 1,500, 6 yrs. old; 1 bay gelding, wt, 1,400, 11 yrs. old;
1 bay gelding, wt. 1,400, smooth mouth; 1 black mare, wt. 1,000, 7 yrs. old;
1 sorrel mule, wt. 1,000 smooth mouth; 2 spring colts.
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32 Head of Cattle
6 steers, 1 yr. old; 2 heifers, 1 yr. old; 9 mixed cows; 2 Hereford cows;
8 steer calves; 4 heifer calves; 1 White face registered bull.
Farm Machinery and Equipment
1 John-Deere 2-row cultivator; 1 Moline 2-row cultivator; 2 John
Deere listers; 1 John Deere disc; 2 sets harness; 1 Johnson hay rake; 1
hay sweep; 1 Champion mower; 1 gang plow; 1 DeLaval cream seperat
or; 1 John-Deere manure spreader; 1 Fordson tractor; 2 wagons, box and
rack; 1 3-section harrow; 1 Dain hay rake; 1 Dain hay stacker; 2 Deering
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