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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1936)
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man were dinner guests of Virginia
Mrs. Clara Cole, Arthur Cole,
Miss Kellar, Miss Harris and Miss
Pongratz were guests at a dinner
given Sunday by Mrs. Homer Low
ery, in honor of her daughter, Sadie
Maries fifteenth birthday..
Miss Maxine McConnell held a
box supper also a program and play
at the school where she is teaching,
Friday evening. The sale of the
boxes brought them over $27.
Teado Dailey will arrive in Em
met Friday night to spend the
Christmas vacation with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dailey.
Mrs. Jesse Wills entertained a
group of friends at a bridge party
held at her home Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Clyde Allen won high score
and Mrs. John Bonenberger the low.
Mrs. W. P. Dailey won the cut
prize and Mrs. Frank Foreman the
The many friends of Mrs. Peter
Claussen were shocked to learn of
her death which occurred Friday
evening at her home northeast of
Emmet. Her death was totally un
expected as she had not been ill and
had seemed her usual self as she
visited with some friends who had
'dropped in for a short call. Mrs.
Claussen was one of the very early
settlers in this community, having
cpme to Holt county over fifty
years ago and settled northeast of
Emmet where she has lived ever
since. She had a host of friends
We have good quality dressed
chickens and turkeys on hand
for retail sale. Also good fresh
t Holiday Season
Between all Burlington sta
tions and to many points on
j connecting roads in the west.
_ a MILE—
V ROUND TRIP tickets good in
Coaches or Chair Cars.
Minimum fare $0.50 \
ROUND TRIP tickets good io
Pullman or Parlor Cars—space
st usual charges.
Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1
to Jan. 1 incl.
Good on all trains, including
30-Day Return Limit, in ad
dition to date of sale.
Half fare for children
Similar low fares to Pacific
Coast, Southeast and to many
L. E. DOWNEY, Ticket Agt.
I Am Now Making Loans
JOHN L. QU1G
Dr. J. L. SHERBAHN \
Half Block South of the Ford |
: Garage—West Side of Street I
j Diamond —Watches—Jewelery jj
Expert Watch Repairing
i| 0. M. Herre—Jeweler ;i
In Reardon Drug Store
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Phone, Office 28
O’Neill :: Nebraska
DR. J. P BROWN 1
Office Phone 77
Complete X-Ray Equipment XX
Glasses Correctly Fitted
Residence Phone 223
who are left to mourn a well-loved
friend and neighbor.
MEEK AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Taylor, of
Winner, S. D., were over night
guests at the Erie Borg home on
Thursday. They also visited at
the Dan Hansen home on Friday be
fore returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Borg and
daughter attended Sunday school at
Page on Sunday last.
Three coyotes were captured in
the hunt last Sunday. Another
hunt has been planned for next
Mrs. George Weldon and Junior
left slat week for California, where
she will join her husband.
Mrs. Earl Kounts and the new
baby came home on Sunday and it
is reported that Earl is already
buying candy for the baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Johnson and
family, from near Riverside, were
guests at Mrs. E. H. Rouse’s on
Miss Delores Van Horn, of Bris
tow, has been visiting at the home
of her grandmother, Mrs. P. J.
Lansworth, for some time.
Prayer meeting and Bible study
will be held at the Fred Johring
home on Friday evening.
W. H. Armstrong, of Stuart, and
Miss Eva L. Myers, of Atkinson,
were granted a marriage license in
county court last Saturday.
S. J. Weekes returned Tuesday
night for a two day business trip
to Omaha. John says they received
more snow in Omaha the other
night than visited this section.
Paul Coover and Miss Clara M.
Harney, both of Kearney, Nebr.,
were granted a marriage license in
county court last Monday.
Dan Farrell went down to Omaha
last Saturday night and spent Sun
day with his family, returning to
his duties here Sunday night.
F. J. Biglin drove his daughter,
Miss Betty and son Joseph, to Sioux
City last Sunday evening where
they boarded a train for Rochester,
Minn., where Joe will receive an
other treatment for his eye. Mr.
Biglin returned home Sunday morn
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Melnerney,
of Cheyenne, Wyoming, drove down
last Sunday night to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Mclnerney’s moth
er, Mrs. Ellen O’Donnell. Mr.
Melnerney left for home Wednes
day while Mrs. Melnerney remain
ed here for a short visit.
Louis Goeke, one of the old time
residents of Pleasantview township,
was a pleasant caller at this office
today and extended his subscript
ion up to January 1, 1938. Mr.
Goeke says that he thoroughly en
joys reading The Frontier each
week as it keeps him posted upon
the happenings of the county.
S. G. Schwartz, of Norfolk, post
office inspector for this territory,
was in the city Monday, having
been at Page investigating the
postoffice robbery there Sunday
morning. Mr. Schwartz informed
the local postal officials that they
would have to close the post office at
6 p. m., instead of 6:30 as has been
the custom for several years. So,
commencing January 1, 1937, the
post office will close at 6 p. m. ea^Ji
Over 100,000 people can’t
be wrong—in buying Radios
from Gamble Stores this
year. The new Tone Column
Coronado Radios lead the
parade. See them — heur
them—the greatest tone dis
covery in years. Other radios
Presents a preview of advanced models
of the Very Newest in Spring and Holiday
Styles and Materials.
BORDSON STYLE SHOP
YOUR FRIEND_AT MEALTIME_
6 Big Days ,
^ • A Merry Christinas and a Happy New Year to
1 ¥111 UQ» our many friends. May our pleasant business
vvllll^u# relations continue for many years to come.
Vanilla Chocolates, pound.10c
Assorted Jelly Beans, pound.10c
Radiant Mixed, pound. .10c
Cut Rock Candy, pound..,....10c
Peanut Brittle, pound.;. .. 10c
100% Filled Candy, pound.12*/2C
Chocolate Cherries, pound box. 21c
New Crop Mixed Nuts, pound .19c
Large Washed Brazils, pound.19c
Jumbo Pecans, paper shell, pound..23c
Cadet English Walnuts, pound.._....17c
Spanish Salted Peanuts, pound. 10c I
Large Budded 00r»
Soft Shell Walnuts, pound Zju
Plantation Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 Can 14c
Council Oak White Cherries, Large No. 2\ Can 23c
Plain and chocolate
covered. Nice for the
Plenty of Pie!
Don’t detract from the Christmas spread by
having less than 2 kinds of pie.
Pie Pumpkin, large No. 2Vi can..9c
Superb Mince Meat, 2 packages.15c
Spiced Apples, No. 2 can.._. 12c |
Italian cream centern '
with rich, sweet milk
Whole Kernel Golden Bantam Corn, No. 2 Can 12c
Extra Small Sweet Tender Peas, No 2 Can 14c
Vanilla flavored. Con
tain Ceylon Macaroon
4 Bag _
Crisp and brittle.
Gedney cure and
Fancy pack with a
real dill flavor.
In 8 popular flavors
for delicious Gelatine
^ rr COUNCIL OAK WHOLE BERRY, pound..25c 1
V^OIlCv/ Qur “RED BAG” Coffee, pound 17c; 3 pounds. 47c I
Plain and iodized.
Pouring spout carton.
Lemon, orange and
Put in Christmas
stockings and on tree.
3 r iQc
For soup and the
Sweet Prunes That Require Little Sugar
Medium Size Large Size,
4-lb. Bag .ZdC 2-lb. Bag
FIRST PRIZE BLACK PEPPER,
*/2-lb. pouring spout can ....
POWDERED SUGAR, 4 0^
2-pound bag . I Jli
Gift for Dad!
Also Big Brother and the Boy Friend
PRINCE ALBERT, VELVET, “FC
Fancy pound humidor .. . | VU
ROBB ROSS CAKE FLOUR, Afl^
For finest angel food, package ZUb
KELLOGG’S KRUMBLES. -Ifl*
Per package_ . „— IUb
P'liricffnac TVooc Shop early and pick 0,11 a nice bushy *wamP
IjIinSLIIldS 1 IttO spruce while our stock is complete.
216 Size Sunkist Oranges, Dozen .... 25c
Grapes, per pound.8c
126 Size Grapes, per dozen.25c
Celery, per stalk.8c
Head Lettuce, per head.6c
advances into 1937with the
LOWEST PRICE IN YEARS
and new opera ting ecmomg
1 HE ADDITION of a new 60-horsepower
engine to the Ford line for 1937 brings
you a new, low price anti gives you a
^choice of two V-type 8-rylinder en
gines, 85 horsepower for maximum
performance. 60 horsepower for maxi
The 60-horsepower V-8 engine was
originally developed for use in Eng
land and France, where fuel costs are
high. It has been proven there for two
years with brilliant success.
Now, brought to America, it
creates an entirely new standard ot
modern motoring economy!
The, “60” engine, available in five
body types, is built in exactly the same
body size and wheelbase — to the same
advanced design — with the same com
fort and convenience aa tho “85.” And
it delivers V-8 smoothness at speeds up
to 70 miles an hour.
Two engine sizes—but only one car
and one purpose—to give you more
miles and more satisfaction for
your money in 1937.
FORD BASE PRICES FOR 1937
Taxes, Delivery end Handling, Bumpers,
Spare Tire and Accessories Additional
• e •
AUTHORIZED FORD FINANCE PLANS
$25 A MONTH, after usual down-payment, I
buya any model 1937 Ford V-8 Car—- from any
Ford dealer — any where in the Uuited States.
Ask your Ford dealer about the easy paymeut
plans ef ike Universal Credit Company.
FORD FEATURES FOR 1937
APPEARANCE— Di stinctive design.
Headlamps in fender aprons. Modern lid
type hood. Larger luggage space. New in
teriors. Slanting V-type windshield.
BRAKES—Easy • Action Safety Brakes
with “the safety of steel from pedal to
wheel.” Cable and conduit control. About
one-third less brake pedal pressure required.
BODY—All steel. Top, sides, floor and
frame welded into a single steel unit.
Safety Glass throughout at no extra charge.
COMFORT AND QUIET—A big.
roomy car. Center-Poise comfort increased
by smoother spring-action with new pressure
lubrication. New methods of mounting
body and engine make a quieter car.
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
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JO NSON DRVGS
We're Santa's Headquarters
We invite you to come to our store. Look around! You will
find many useful and practical articles at reasonable prices.
“PAL” WRIST WATCH
Fully Guaranteed £^ A£
In Gift Box.
3 Pieces A£
Choice of Colors
FIVE YEAR DIARY
Gold Edge £1 AA
Lock and Key yliUU
CIGARETTE CASE C1 AA
Enamel and Chrome ^ JL«UU
New and Modern /f Of
Evans Cigarette Lighters $1.00
Pen and Pencil Sets.$1.00
Men’s Shaving Sets . 89c
| Body Powders .50c
Beautiful Lamps $1.29
Heating Pads. $2.98
Mickey Mouse Wrist Watch $2.95
Cutex Gift Sets .$1.00
Holiday Tobacco Specials
PRINCE ALBERT Pound. 75c
VELVET Tobacco Pound.75c
GRANGER Tobacco Pound.-.69c
HALF & HALF Pound. 75c
UNION LEADER Pound. 59c
PIP ADC Emerson, Charles Denby, Wm. Penn, El Paxo, Van « q
LlHj/lItiJ Dyck, El Roi-Tan, La Palina. Box of 25
CIGARETTES Carton of Flats.$1*16
HARD CHRISTMAS MIX yCp
^ "jr 2 Pounds ..
/ ’ A iy I A! CHOCOLATE HONEY BRITTLE2C£
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