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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1935)
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Mrs. Billie Grothe and daughter
have returned home from Lincoln,
after spending a few days visiting
relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Casper Winkler
and daughters, Mary Anne and
Ethel, returned home Monday, after
a few days visit with relatives and
friends in the eastern part' of the
Mose Gaughenbaugh and Francis
Clark went to Norfolk Tuesday.
Mose Gaughenbaugh and Stuart
Earls went to Opportunity Mon
day to get a load of lumber.
Clarence Farr returned to his
home Sunday after a few days
visit in Norfolk.
Miss Evelyn Tomjack was called
home Friday night, on account of
the sudden death of her mother.
Mrs. Ralph Fritton is teaching the
high school room in her absense.
A Halloween masquerade party
was held at the Guy Cole home
last Thursday evening, for the Em
met High school pupils.
Alda and Armella Pongratz,
Geraldine Dusatko, Alice Givens,
Anna Rose O’Donnell and Mary
Bruder, who are attending St.
Mary’s Academy in O’Neill, spent
the week end at their homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike O’Donnell lef^
Saturday for their home in Wall,
S. D. Mrs. Anna Seifert accom
Lorraine Wilson celebrated her
thirteenth birthday Friday evening,
when some of her friends met at
her home. The evening was spent
in playing games. Refreshments
were served by Mrs. Wilson, which
consisted of candy and pop corn.
Mrs. George Weldon and son and
Mrs. K. C. McHenry and sons visi
ted at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Orval Hartland north of O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scripter, of
Atkinson, have moved to Emmet to
the Jerry O’Connell farm.
Mrs. Bart Gaffney returned to
her home Tuesday after a few
weeks visit with relatives in South
County Superintendent Clarence
J. McClurg, of O'Neill, spent Sun
day here among relatives.
Miss Darlyne Thompson, who
has been employed in O’Neill, is
home for a few days.
Mrs. Rollie Snell and. daughter,
Alma, of Page, were here Sunday
K. C. Hall, O’Neill
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Due to the rapid expansion
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J. D. MOTTEY
Golden Hotel, O’Neill. Ncbr.
Saturday and Sunday
visiting among relatives.
Chet Young is driving a new
Ford V-8, which he purchased last
The Ladies Aid of the M. E.
church served a Hallowee’n dinner
at the parsonage last Thursday.
A fair sized crowd attended.
Miss Helen Anspach accompan
ied her sister, Mrs. John Conard
and Mr. Conard, of Emmet, to
Omaha and Lincoln over the week
end, where they visited relatives
and friends and took in the football
The Senior Class of the Inman
High school received their class
rings this week. They are very
The Extension Club meets with
Mrs. Charles Stark on Friday of
this week. The lesson will be on
making Christmas gifts for adults.
Levi Morsbaugh, who has spent
a couple of weeks here with his
parents, returned to his work near
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tompkins
returned Friday from a months
visit with their son and wife, Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Tompkins, at
Martinsville, Indiana. They also
spent a portion of the time in Ken
tucky, visiting the Mammoth Cave
and many other places.
Judge and Mrs. C. J. Malone, of
O’Neill, were here Sunday after
noon visiting at the home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colman re
turned Monday night, after spend
ing three weeks in Lincoln with
their daughter, Mrs. Jerry Hare
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Aberhams
left for their home in Omaha Tues
day, after spending a couple of
weeks here at their summer home.
MEEK AND VICINITY
Paul Nelson purchased a V-8
truck in Omaha last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robertson en
tertained at a Hallowee’n masquer
ade party. Some very peculiar
costumes were shown, which caus
ed much merriment. Lunch con
sisting of sandwiches, pumpkin pie
and coffee was served. All report
a jolly time.
Elmer, Walter and Clarence De
vall spent Wednesday evening with
Howard Rouse and Frank Grif
fith visited at the A. L. Rouse home
in O’Neill on Friday. Mr. Rouse
has not been so well the past week.
Quite a large crowd attended the
Hallowee’n program and box social
at the Leonie school on Friday
night. A nice time is reported.
Miss Syres, of Inman, is the teach
Mrs. Gertie House and son Rich
ard, came up from Ponca Friday
night for a visit with her mother,
Mrs. Viola Searles and the A. L.
Borg and Frank Searles families.
Fred Borderson has been husk
ing corn for Howard Rouse the
Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and
children, Wilma and Richard and
Miss Susan Aimes and sister, were
dinner guests at the Sam Robert
Arthur Rouse spent Sunday at
the home of his father, A. L. Rouse
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walters and
children were supper guests at the
Sam Robertson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Searles and
children and Mrs. Cerite Rouse
and son were dinner guests at the
A. L. Borg home on Sunday.
Paul Nelson made his customery
trip to the Hendrix home near
Funeral services were held at
the Pleasant Valley church Mon
day afternoon for Mel Peterson,
who passed away Thursday even
ing at the hospital in O’Neill. A
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large crowd of relatives an dfriends
attended the services. The family
have the sympathy of the entire
Miss Bertha Aimes, of Atkinson,
spent last week at the George Nel
Mrs. Herb Worth is reported not
so well. A doctor was called Mon
Joe Stein is quite ill at his
home. It is reported that he has
a light case of pneumonia.
Mrs. Charles Clouse is on the
sick list this week.
Cecil Weatherwax and family
are intending to move from the
Nelson place to one near Redbird
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Johnson
and children are moving to the
Gallentine farm, to be near her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Clouse, who are neither very well.
Miss May McGowan visited Mrs.
E. H. Rouse Sunday.
Bob Worth has been on the sick
list the past week.
What sport the Pheasants had
dodging hunters. Now the ducks
look for a thrill. You’ll find your
choice load Shells at any Gamble
Store at the lowest price.—Adv.
Mr. and M*. Harold Segar and
daughter, Shirley June, and son,
Harold Eugene, drove up from
Norfolk Sunday afternoon for a
short visit with the Gus Segar and
G. H. Frohardt families and other
relatives and friends. They re
turned home Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lorenz were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Lorenz Sunday. •
The pupils of Pleasantdale en
joyed a treat of candy from their
teacher, Miss Angela Pribil, last
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Beckwith and daughter were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Miss Marie Young returined to
school Monday after an absense of
two weeks. Miss Young is a
Junior of Atkinson high school.
Aladene Kee and her friend, Mar
garet Martin, of O’Neill, spent Sat
urday and Sunday at the farm
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kee.
A hit and run car driver took a
wheel off the car of Mrs. Henry
Werner last Saturday evening,
when she was enroute to town.
The accident happened about four
miles west of Emmet. The occu
pants of the Werner car escaped
injury, as they were driving slow.
Considerable damage was done to
A corn husking bee will be held
at the farm of Homer Ernst Wed
nesday. Mr. Ernst was injured
recently when his team ran away
and he was thrown from the wagon.
Little Loree Ritz was on the sick
list last week. She is much better
at the present time,
J. P. Miller repaired and painted
his house last week.
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Segar and
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Beckwith and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Seger and children and Mrs. Ralph
Beckwith and children were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Seger
News items from the Pleasant
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