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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1936)
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MEEK AND VICINITY
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guest of John A. Robertson on
Friday. Mr. Robertson, who was
seriously injured some time ago
when he fell from the hay mow', is
Some from here attended ser
vices at Center Union on Sunday
and report a very good time.
Mr. and Mrs. Mariedy Hubby and
children were supper guests at the
Eric Borg home on Sunday.
A large crowd of friends attend
ed the charivari for Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Nelson on Monday evening.
Kenis Hansen recently purchased
a Dodge coupe. Now watch the
girls smile, Kenis.
A large crowd attended the chari
vari for Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Du
vall on Tuesday evening at the
Orville Harrison home.
On Tuesday, April 28, Elmer
Devall and Dorothy Harrison were
married at the Methodist church,
Rev. May officiating. Both of these
young people were born and grew
to maturity in this locality. Dor
othy has taught several successful
terms of school and Elmer has
proved himself to be an industrious
young man. The best wishes of
the community are extended to
this young couple.
Mrs. Charles Fox and son are vis
iting with her people at Wood
County Superintendent McClurg
and the Normal Training teacher
of St. Mary’s Academy visited
Pleasantdale school Friday after
A number of farmers from this
a vicinity visited the live stock sale
’ in Atkinson Tuesday.
Harry Wayman underwent an
operation at the hospital at O’Neill
LaVerne Stahley and Walter
Schmohr took eighth grade exam
inations in Emmet Monday and
Tuesday. Florence and Lena Wink
ler took seventh grade examin
Mrs. Ralph Beckwith is conval
escing from an attack of the flu
which caused a sinus infection.
Francis Tenborg visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Tenborg for
a week, he returned to Omaha
A light rain fell here Tuesday
morning which was badly needed.
The Misses Alda Pongratz and
Geraldine Dusatko resumed their
high school duties again Monday
after practice teaching for a week.
Miss Nona Bressler, of Neligh,
spent the week end visiting friends
in O’Neill. She visited Mrs. Verne
Beckwith Saturday afternoon She
teachers school near Neligh.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dill, who
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have made their home in Emmet
for some time, moved to Orchard
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Banks, of
O’Neill, visited at the Nora Luben
home Thursday evening:.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winkler,
Mrs. Barbara Winkler and Mary
Anne visited with friends in Stuart
A miscellaneous shower was held
at the John Welsh home Saturday
afternoon in honor of Mrs. Joe
Ziska, formerly Miss Margaret
Rose Bogner, of Oelrich, South
Dakota, was here ' to attend the
funeral of her uncle, Herman
Janzing Sr., whose funeral was
held at the Emmet Catholic church
on Thursday morning at 9 o’clock.
Miss Mary Anne Winkler had
the misfortune of cutting her arm
quite seriously last week when she
accidently slipped her arm through
a broken glass. She is able to be
in school this week.
The High School pupils will pre
sent a three-act play, “Spooky
Tavern,” on Friday, May 8.
Jerry O’Connell and Jessie Hig
gins, accompanied by Mrs. Ed
Brandt and daughter went to Om
aha Sunday. Dorothy remained
there for medical treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Moore and
family of Orchard visited at the
Arthur Dill home on Monday.
Mrs. Jess Wills has been quite
ill the past week.
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