The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, May 14, 1936, Page FIVE, Image 5

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    INMAN NEWS
(Continued from page 4.)
Mr. and Mrs. Harve Renner and
daughter. Bonnie Lou, of Mankato,
Kansas, were here Sunday visiting
at the Art Renner home.
Mrs. Jessie McClurg, of Stuart,
came Sunday for a visit at the
hbme of her son, W. J. McClurg
and her daughter, Mrs. Harold
Miller and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fraka, of Cedar
Rapids, Nebr., visited at the J. B.
Fraka home here Saturday.
• Hazel Fraka. 13, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fraka, won
first prize in the state for the best
town history essay. All eighth
graders in the state submitted
essays as part of their English
work. The essays contest was
Sponsored by the WPA administra
tion and Nebraska Director of
Federal Writers. Dorlin Lockman
is the eighth grade teacher here.
The Senior class composed of
Ellen Hopkins, Leila Rouse, Donna
Rae Jaccx, Lucille Stevens, Rena
Morsbaugh, Vera Schollmeyer,
Helen Anspach, Leland Flora, Eu
geen Sire, Keith McGraw and Mar
ion Youngs, together with Supt.
Cornish, Herbert Rouse and Mrs.
Chet Youngs went {o Omaha Fri
day where the your.g people spent
the day sightseeing. All reported
a glorious time on their sneak.
Roan Belgian
STALLION
will make the
Season of 1936
for a limited number
of mares.
On the old Hunter ranch, 8Vj
miles north of O’Neill on
Highway 281.
Alfred T. Drayton
IT S HERE—
The season for al] outdoor sports
—Equip for them all at Gamble
Stores. Baseball, Diamond Ball,
Golf, Fishing, Camping. Official
Diamond Ball, 98e—Official Base
ball, $1.19—Golf Balls, 5 for $1.00
and up.—Adv.
PLEASANT DALE
The Misses Grace Bellar, Olive
Beckwith and Aladene Kee attend
ed the Junior-Senior banquet given
Saturday evening at the Golden
Hotel.
Fred Beckwith is driving a new
Chevrolet.
William Schneider, of Harting
ton trucked his last lead of cattle
to pasture Saturday at Henry
W'inklers.
A very interesting Mother’s Day
program was given at Pleasantdale
school Friday afternoon. The
pupils presented their mothers
with flowers and greeting cards
which they had made. After the
program the teacher, Miss Angela
Pribil, assisted by the girls, served
a dainty lunch.
Quite a crowd attended the barn
dance at the Mike Mullen home
Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hershberger
enjoyed a short visit from their
son, Harold and son, of Glen Cone,
Wyoming, last week. They were
accompanied by a niece of Mrs.
Hershberger, Mrs. Grace Paage.
Miss Fern Dick is visiting her
grandmother, MrsvJ. K. Ernst this
week.
Miss Margaret Pruss, of O'Neill,
did practice teaching in district
No. 90 last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ford made
a business trip to Omaha Wed
nesday. They returned home on
Friday.
Miss Virginia Bauman left for
Iowa last week, where she has em
ployment. Sfie has been working
in Atkinson for some time.
Miss Maxine McConnell closed
her school in the Mullen district
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Winkler and
daughters went to Stuart to attend
the funeral of the infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weber.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dick and
family spent Monday evening at
Ralph Beckwith's.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith and
son visited friends in Page Wed
nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Malloy and
baby and Mrs. Beck Wallen of
O’Neill visited Joe Winkler’s Sun
day.
Mrs. Dell Johnson spent last
week with her sister, Mrs. John
Gallagher at Atkinson.
PAINT!
$500.00 more for his farm be
cause his buildings were well paint
ed. Paint is an investment. In 5
gal. lots, Barn Paint, $1.09, gal.—
House Paint. $1.74 gal. Let Gamble
Stores figure the job with you.—
Adv.
BRIEFLY STATED
Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy
spent Saturday afternon in At
kinson.
Jack Gordon is visiting a few
days at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
John Cleary.
An alleged circus blew into town
yesterday and gave an exhibition
in the west end of town.
R. E. Chittick, of Stuart, one of
the pioneers of western Holt
county, was transacting business
in this city this morning.
Mrs. Anna Kirwin returned to
O'Neill last Thursday evening after
spending three months with her
children at Sioux City, Iowa.
Charles Harding left for the Vet
eran’s hospital at Lincoln Monday
morning where he expected to un
dergo an operation for a double
hernia.
Dr. W. T. Spencer, of Omaha,
for many years a resident of this
city, was in the city a couple of
days the first of the week visiting
his many old time friends here.
Kenneth Cadwallader, of Stuart,
and Miss Rena Riley, of Atkinson,
were united in marriage at the
Methodist Parsonage on Monday
afternoon at 3 o’clock by Rev. A. J.
May. The couple will reside at
Stuart.
■■■» ’ --
John C. Byrnes, of Columbus,
long one of the democratic leaders
of the state, has been recommended
for appointment as United States
marshal by Senator Burke. His
name will be sent to the senate
shortly.
■ -**•— --
William Krotter was down from
Stuart this morning on his way
north. He has several graveling
W -
contracts in this and adjoining
counties and it keeps him on the
go supervising the various crews
at work.
Mrs. Larry Snell leaves this
afternoon for Lincoln where she j
will visit her husband who is in
the veteran’s hospital there. Re
ports from the hospital are to the
effect that Mr. Snell is still in a
serious condition.
There will be a meeting of the
O'Neill Tennis Club at the Grand
Cafe at eight o’clock Friday night,
May 15. This meeting will be an
important one and everyone who
expects to play Tennis this sum
mer is urged to be present.
STEEL MAKERS say—* Ford buys the best
steel.” Other suppliers of materials and
parts will tell you—“Nobody checks up as
closely on quality and price as Ford.”
This means a great deal to you as a
motorist. It is our way of safeguarding the
interests of every purchaser and it leads to
this—“The mechanical depreciation on a
Ford is less than most cars, especially after
the first year.”
This is one sign of the extra value in the
Ford Y-8. Accuracy in manufacturing is
another. (The Ford is made to unusually
close precision limits.) And there is a long
list of fine-car features that are exclusive
with Ford in the popular field.
Have you a V-8 engine in your car? You
pay $1645 for it in any other car but Ford.
Does your car have Center-Poise Riding?
Ford gives you this modern feature—“a
front-seat ride for back-seat passengers.”
Does your car have fool-proof Super
Safety Mech2nica^J5rakes? The Ford V-8
gives you this proved design, with 186
square inches of braking surface.
Does your car have a genuine steel body
structure? Does it have Safety Glass all
around? Ford is the only low-price car
that gives you this extra protection without
extra cost.
If ou get these fine-car features in the
Ford V-8 because of Ford manufacturing
methods and low-profit policy.
S25 A MONTH, after usual down-payment, buys
any model of the new Ford V-8 car—from any Ford
dealer—anywhere in the United States. Ask about
the new UCC Zz% per month Finance Flans.
FORD V-8
BE OUR GUESTS ... Ford Sunday Evening Hour, Columbia Network. Fred Waring and His Penn
sylvanians on Tuesday nights (Columbia) and Friday nights (N.B.C.). See radio page for details
MELLOR MOTOR CO.
Ford Dealers
5th & Douglas St.
O’Neill, Nebr.
- - - - - I
FULL LINE
of MEATS
Now in Stock!
Stop in and look over
our line of meats, and
inspect our refrigera
tion system.
GRADY BROS.
IT PAYS
to/Jup
LI E STOCK
T RAIL
“North Western” offers shippers
many advantages in getting
live stock to market—economy
too. For example below is the
tost oj a minimum weight car.
from Hcgs Cattle
0'\T *11 Si»tUD,ik li«ubUD4ck
iXtUl Min. IV(. Min Wt. Min Wt.
»° 16,tOO IN. 24,000 IN. 22.000 IN.
Omaha $50.33 $63.60 $58.30
Sioux City 42.08 52.80 48.40
Chicago 93.45 117.90 108.10
(U.S.Yds.)
For rates on mixed shipments and in
formation about many other econo
mies and advantages of shipping live
stock by rail; consult your
Local C. St N. XC. Ry. Ageot
R, M. SA UERS—Phone 43
HERE’S NEWS
EXTRAORDINARY!
O’Neill’s Food Center
Opens Friday, May 15
at 9:00 A. M.
FOUR GRAND OPENING DAYS
May 15, 16, 17 & 18
A New Food Market, With New Methods, New Stock of Foods
and A New Way of Selling!
FREE! FREE!
FOR THE LADIES who
visit our store any one of
these days we will give you
a very useful souvenir!
FOR THE CHILDREN—
Little folks ... have moth
er bring you along_We
also have a little present
for you.
GOOD
COFFEE
1 Lb.
15c
FRIDA Y marks a new epoch
in food retailing in O’Neill.
O’Neill’s Food Center opens its
doors to the public—and what a
treat it will be to visit this Food
Center. Never before have the
people of O’Neill and the sur
rounding territory had an op
portunity to select highest qual
ity products at almost wholesale
prices. O’Neill’s Food Center
is not just another grocery store
—it is entirely different! You
must come—you must see the
vast quantities of highest quality
products!
FOLKS!
READ
THIS!
We are one of the owners
of the Associated Stores
Wholesale Grocery Co.
Our new retail business
methods and wholesale
principles bring these ex
tremely low prices to you.
Come and be surprised. ..
Tell your neighbors!
Nile Brand
SALMON
1-Lb. Can
9c
You May Shop to Your Heart’s Content in this Wonderful Food Center
—...
Green
; Cut
BEANS
No. 2 ( an
2f°r15c
Fresh
Crisp
CRACKERS
2-Lb. Box
18c
Fresh
RADISHES
Per
Bunch
lc
Large Crisp
Heads of
LETTUCE
for
7c
SWEET
CORN
2
No. 2 Cans
15c
Hardwater
Castile
SOAP
4 5c Bars
15c
Full Line of
Fresh Fruits
and i
Vegetables
Cold Meats
Cheeses and
Sea Foods
Every item is plainly price-marked. You may
buy with the knowledge that you are getting the
best the market affords at the lowest possible cost.
If a can or package of our merchandise is not ex
actly as represented, you may return it and your
money will be cheerfully refunded.
No. 10 Can
ITALIAN
PRUNES
(So called gal.)
29c
Tomatoes
SOUL) PACK
No. 2 Can
2 Cans
ISc
FREE COFFEE
Demonstration
Free Coffee
and
Cookies
CANDY
1-Lb. Whipped
('ream Chocolates
and 1-Lb.
Orange Slices I
25c
LARGE SIZE
CALIFORNIA
ORANGES
Dozen
20c
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Mr. Farmer: Bring us your eggs for best market price!
O’NEILL FOOD CENTER
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