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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1935)
Over the County
I (Continued from page 3.)
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Nora Luben and children:
were Sunday dinner guests at the;
Arthur Barnes home in O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks were!
Sunday dinner guests at the W. F.
Wallis Truedale and Howard Me- i
A,Gonnell went to Sioux City Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard spent
a few days last week visiting in
Omaha and Lincoln.
John Tenborg went to Omaha
Sunday. He was accompanied by
Richard O’Connell and Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Tenborg.
, A birthday party was held, in
honor of Jackie Sesler’s 8th birth
day Friday, at the school.
Dorothy Luben, Agnes Vogel and
Faye Sesler were shoppers Satur
day in O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fox, of New
port, were dinner guests Monday
at the Frank Sesler home.
Mrs. Bert Gaffney went to South
Dakota Sunday where she will
spend a few weeks visiting with
Alex McConnell had the misfor
tune of breaking his foot.
Mrs. Joe Niegocki spent Sunday
with her brother, Jerry O’Connell.
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MEEK AND VICINITY
The men of Paddock Union put
the second coat of paint on the
Church last Thursday.
Dorothy Harrison and Elmer De
vall spent Friday evening at the
Frank Griffith home.
Will Langan and Roy Spindler
* made a business trip to Boyd
county on Friday.
Arthur Rouse spent Saturday
evening at the Griffith home.
Two cousins and a brother and
sister of Frank Nelson came up
from Omaha last week for a few
days visit with Frank and family.
Helen Spindler, of O’Neill, was a
week end guest of her cousin, Le
Everyone is busy husking corn or
hauling feed in this locality these
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, of An
oka, were guests at the Fred Lind
berg home the last of the week.
Mrs. Viola Searles was a guest
at the home of her son Frank and
family, at Paddock on Sunday.
Paul Nelson is visiting relatives
in Omaha this week.
Leone Spindler visited the Meek
school Friday afternoon.
Miss Tena Kaczor is helping at
the Horiskey store in O’Neill for
Neva June Schelkpof is visiting
relatives at Geneva.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffith and
Cecil called at Roy Spindler’s on
A large crowd attended the corn
husking contest held, at the A. L.
Borg farm on Wednesday after
noon. Orville Thorson, of Joy, won
first; McNary, of Ewing, second;
Elmer Devall, Meek, third; Guy
Hull, Redbird, fourth. The Ladies
Aid served lunch, which was ap
preciated by the crowd, as the cold
wind -was rather hard on the husk
ers as well as on the spectators.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Walters called
at R. D.'Spindlers Sunday evening.
Egg Yolk Color May
Be Controlled by Feed
Do you prefer an egg with a
light yellow yolk or one that has
a deep orange red color? Deeply
colored yolks are used by house
wives when they wish to impart
a golden color to their cakes. Such
yolks are also used in making rich
ly tinted ice cream.
A hen can transfer different
shades to the yolk—depending upon
the kind of feed she receives. Sub
stituting white for yellow corn and
limiting the amount of green feed
tends to produce light-yellow yolks,
according to the United States De
partment of Agriculture. If the
poultryman keeps his laying stock
confined and uses little or no green
feed, he must be careful to supply
some other sources of vitamin A
when he uses white corn which con
tains almost none of this vitamin.
He can do this by mixing a suit
able quantity of codliver oil with
the evening’s feeding of scratch
Yolks with richer shades of yel
low may be obtained by increasing
the quantity of yellow corn and
green feed. Too much green feed
tends to give the yolk a brown or
green “off tint.”
Small quantities of pimento or
chili pepper, included in regular
rations, give yolks a deep orange
Sunday School 10:00, C. E. Yant
Morning worship 11:00, “Sin.”
Evening service 7:30. Dr. Wm.
Black, of Philadelphia, and Rev.
D. A. Dickey, of Norfolk, will
speak. Our choirs will be present
to furnish music. Our church is
cooperating with the Methodist
church in the special Evangelistic
effort of the coming weeks. All
are urged to attend the services
beginning this week.
H. D. Johnson, Pastor.
With the New deGraff
H. F. Stahl, expert licensed
beautician, will again give the
ladies of this community the
regular $5.00 Steam Oil Croquig
nole Wave for the special price
Including Finger Wave
$7.50 All Oil Wave $2.50
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Mrs. F. N. Cronin went down to
Sioux City last Monday for a
couple of days visit with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Donnell left
Tuesday morninfr for Omaha, where
they will visit relatives and friends
for a few days and incidently look
after business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rasmussen
and sons, of York, arrived here last
Saturday for a couple of days visit
with his sister and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Grandorf and with
other relatives here. They return
ed home Monday.
Patricia Bowering, of Inman, vis
ited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Emory Peterson, here Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. James Coventry and daugh
ter, Joan, came up from Inman
Tuesday for a few days visit at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Tomlinson.
The Presbyterian Ladies Guild
will meet Thursday, November 7,
at 2:30, at the home of Mrs. C. J.
Malone, with Mrs. Esther Tomlin
son and Mrs. George Robertson
assisting hostesses. Each one
bring your work.
Miss Lora Aim has accepted a
position with the Interstate Power
Company, of Winner, South Da
kota, and left for her new duties
on Wednesday of last week.
The pheasant season is now over
and the duck season is on in full
blast. Reports came into the city
this morning that the South Fork
was alive with ducks and many
local nimrods started for that sec
tion of the county to try and bag
a few messes.
**• Froelich came out from
Chicago last Friday evening to
spend the week-end with his fam
1 y* for home Monday
afternoon, being taken as far as
Sioux City by Mrs. Froelich and
her father, C. E. Stout.
Dr. and Mrs. John Gallagher and
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Phalen, of
St. Louis, arrived in the city last
Friday afternoon for a weeks visit
at the home of Dr. Gallagher’s
mother, Mrs. M. Gallagher, and to
spend a few days pheasant and
duck hunting in this section.
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