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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1937)
Over the County
$ INMAN NEWS
Miss Darlene Thompson visited
friends in Ewing Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hartigan
have moved to the Harold Miller
residence in the north part of town
Mrs. Nancy Lockman of Stuart,
spent the past week here visiting
her grandson, Dorlin Lockman and
/ Charles and George Sobotka, L.
v Kopecky and Wayne Bolt enjoyed a
fishing trip at “Duek” and other
lakes in the sand hill country of
Cherry county over the week-end.
They report fair luck.
Roy Goree was here from Long
Pine Saturday visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Goree.
Mike Englehaupt, Jr., of Crook,
Colo., was here several days of last
week visiting at the Harry Kesten
holtz home. On Sunday Mr. Engle
haupt with the Harry Kestenholtz
family and Mrs. Zitella Keften
holtz went to Chambers for a visit
at the home of Mike Englehaupt, Sr.
Miss Louise Nutt of Castenia,
Iowa, made a short visit hene Mon
day with her friend, Miss Dorothy
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and
little son, Harold jr., have moved
to Neligh to make their future
home, where Mr. Miller will be
employed in a store.
Miss Helen Anspach, who has
been employed in a store at Em
met for more than a year, came
home Sunday for a visit before
going to school at Wayne.
Mrs. E. L. Watson and son,
Billie, and daughters, Virginia and
Luella, drove to Lincoln Sunday
for a visit among relatives.
> Mr. and Mrs. William Grosz of
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Lyons of Newman
Grove, Nebr., and Mrs. John J.
Hancock and son, Billie, of Casper,
Wyo., were over-night guests at
the home of Mrs. Mary M. Han
cock Thursday night. They were
enroute to Casper, Wyo.
Mrs. Matilda Keyes and daugh
ter, Miss Mildred, drove to Stuart
Tuesday where they attended a
golden wedding anniversary.
Miss Alice Brittell went to New
port Wednesday for a visit among
Miss Wilma Brown, who attend
ed the ten day Pine Creek camp
meeting near Basset, returned to
her home Friday.
Robert Jackson of Storm Lake,
Iowa, was here over the week-end
visiting among friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Brownell and
son, Marion and wife and children,
of Queen City. Mo., were here over
the week-end visiting at the home
bf Mrs. Brownell’s sister, Mrs. John
Anspach and family.
Mrs. Art Goree and children left
Monday for California to make
their future home. Mr. Goree has
been there for about two months
and has had steady employment J
since his arrival there,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chicken i
drove to south of Basset Sunday j
to attend the 40th wedding anni- ]
versary of his auet and uncle.
Mrs. Matlida Keyes and Miss
Mildred, and Mrs. C. P. Conger
drove to Neligh Friday to shop and
visit the dentist.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eby of
O’Neill, were Friday evening visit
ors at the Ernest Brunckhorst
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Dobbins of
Page, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Holliday of Orchard, were dinner
guests Sunday at the home of
MEEK ANI) VICINITY
A surprise farewell party was
held at the Felix Hostynek home
Friday evening. . Quite a large
number of friends were present and
a grand time was had. The Hos
tynek family expect to leave for
the west coast in a short time.
They will be missed by the many
friends in this vicinity, but all hope
they will like their new home.
Florence Walters is spending
the week at the Sam Sam Robert
son home with her cousins, Lois
Jean and Ilene.
Helen Borg spent several days
last week visiting with her cousins,
the Frank Searles children.
The Clarence Ramesky family
left for their home at Tulsa, Okla,
Friday. They had- spent several
days at the Roy Spindler home.
Miss Leone Spindler went with
them as far as Omaha, where she
will visit her brother and wife,
with a view to obtaining work in
John Steinburg of Orchard, was
an over-night guest at the Howard
Rouse home Thursday.
Laverne and Helen Borg were
guests of Roxie and Betty Puckett
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Searles and
children, Austin, Zane, Ilene and
Irene, were dinner guests at the
Howard Rouse home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Griffith were
dinner guests at the A. L. Borg
John A. Robertson and son,James,
drove to South Dakota and Mon
tana last week, returning home
Sunday. Mr. Robertson reports
the Dakotas and Montana much
worse than here, farm buildings
being abandoned, and no crops ex
cept in certain parts of Montana
where it is irrigated.
Mr. and Mrs. Drayton spent Sun
day evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Bert Miller returned last
week from Bellingham, Wash.,
where she had spent several weeks
visiting her mother, who is in poor
health. While there she also visit
ed her son Orville and other rela
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fox and
son, Harold, were dinner guests
at the Albert Kaczor home Sunday.
Will Kaczor was champion at the
horse-shoe tournament held at Roy
Karr’s Saturday afternoon.
John Day, brother of Mrs. Chas.
Fox, came from the ranch near
Wood Lake Monday for a visit.
Word was received of the serious
illness of Mrs. Gobel at their home
in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John Pink
erman and Mrs. Laura Karel left
Wednesday for her bedside. Mrs.
I’inkerman is a niece of Mrs. Gobel.
Ralph Rausch returned to the
CCC camp at Humboldt Saturday
having spent a week visiting rela
The Felix Hostynek family left
Monday for a visit with Mr. llos
tynek’s sister in Wisconsin. They
expect to return in a few days,
pack their household goods and
leave for the west coast.
Miss Maude Rouse, who spent
the past week at the Howard Rouse
home, returned to her home in
Mrs.. S. J. Benson of O'Neill, who
has been visiting in this locality
for several days, returned home the
last of the week. She was a guest
at the Harry Fox home Thursday.
Rose Marie Rouse is spending
this week at the Will Langun home.
Mrs. Will Langan was burned in
her face by steam while getting
dinner. The steam cooker was not
securely fastened and steam es
caped, striking her in the face.
Though the burns are not serious
they are quite painful.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffith and
Cecil, and Walter Griffith spent
Monday evening at the Eric Borg
home, and Walter remained for a
few days visit with his grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Borg.
Olive Beckwith accompanied Fred
Beckwith and other members of the
agricultural association to Colum
Neighbors helped Casper Winkler
fill his trench silo Monday and
Tuesday. The silo was dug con
siderably larger this fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spangler
entertained at Sunday dinner in
honor of Glen Lorenz’s birthday.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Chance Coxbill and family of At
kinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris
and daughter of O’Neill, and Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Lorenz and son, Glen.
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson of
Sioux City visited relatives here
over the week-end.
William Dusatko and daughter,
Ida, of Denver, Colo., are visiting
at the Gerald Dusatko home this
Vernon Beckwith spent the week
end with his grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. William Schmohr
and Gladys and Walter spent Sun
day afternoon at Henry Wayman’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seger and
little son, Gerald, moved to Royal
Monday where Mr. Seger is Super
intendent of schools.
Mrs. Milo Hynek and son, Robert,
Mrs. Josie Badle of Homboldt, Neb.,
and Mrs. Theodore Herring and son
of Omaha, are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John Kee.
Mrs. Emily Hoehne visited her
sister, Mrs. George Seise, near At
Mrs, Claude Bates and son,
Wayne, and daughter, Shirley, left
for Exeter where they wO! Tis&.
3 Free Deliveries Daily
Fresh Milk and Cream
Friday, Saturday and Monday SPECIALS
SALAD DRESSING, “Miracle Whip” Qt. — 37c
NASH'S COFFEE, Drip or Grind 2-lbs.57c
HEINZ BAKED BEANS, Large Cans, 2 for 25c
SODA CRACKERS, 2-lb. Box. 18c
PEAS, No. 2 Cans 3 for..25c
TOMATOES, No. 2 Cans 3 for.25c
ASSORTED COOKIES, 1-lb Bag.19c
CLOROX, Quart Bottles... 22c
COCOA, 2-lb. Cans.17c
LARD, “Armours Star” 2-lbs. 33c
SPUDS, Triumphs, Per Peek . 27c |
BANANAS, 4-lbs. 25c
RALPH TOMLINSON, Proprietor j
Calls a Day?
The average O’Neill
family with a telephone
uses the telephone more
than !♦ times a day, about
270 a month. Americans
make more telephone
calls than the rest of the
people in the world, al
though we have only 6
per cent of the world’s
Through their every
day use of the telephone,
our customers show their
Jfl - t*
need for swift, reliable
and economical telephone
service. It is the job of
this Company to see that
they get it.
FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION
*Knee-Action and Shockproof Steering on Master Pe Luxe models only.
General Motors Installment Plan—monthly payments to suit your purse.
CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION, General Motors Sales Corporation,
# Give people a better motor car—
one that’s smarter, safer and smoother
riding, as well as more economical
—and they’re hound to 6ay, "It’s the
only car for us!”
That’s what Chevrolet has done, in
Chevrolet for 1937, and that’s what
people everywhere are saying.
They know Chevrolet is smarter,
because it’s the only low-priced car
with distinctive New Diamond Crown
Speedline Styling. They know it’s
safer, because it’s the only low-priced
car with Perfected Hydraulic Brakes,
New All-Silent, All-Steel Body and
Shockproof Steering*. And they also
know it’s more comfortable, because
it's the only low-priced car with the
Knee-Action Gliding Ride* and
Genuine Fisher No Draft Ventilation.
See and drive Chevrolet for 1937
and convince yourself that it’s the
only car for you.
Miller Bros. Chevrolet Co.
Phone 100 O’NEILL, NEBRASKA 0pe„ Evenings
Penny Poultry Pill*
(•round up In |iiurd, net directly on worm*.
Small. en*y to give. May be cut In half for
young bird*. Contain Nicotine for killing round
worn**, Kaniala for tape worm*. Only k <**ca
-—!«•* in quantity.
Remove Tape and
GROW MASH $2
: 100-Lbs. ..___
LAY MASH $2
CDCC 100% Pure
iKCC Penn Oil
With Purchase of Gam
ble’s DeLuie Spark Plugs
An Unbelievable Offer
Set of 4 Plugs, Cf PP
Free 2 qts. Oil 7 3 O
Set of 4 Plugs, ej jm
Free 3 qts. Oil
Set of S Plugs, O 1
Free 4 qts. Oil s}aA«
1 Pound Gamble’s
With 6 Quarts of
Gamble’s Super Quality
100' ; Pure Penn Oil
The finest lubricating oil
available. Special Sale Offer
1 Lb. Can Gamble's
DeLuxe Coffee FREE
SALE PRICES ON
48-plate S A G for Ford,
Chev., Ply., and other pop
ular cara. 18 month guar
48-plate Tiger Chief Re
verie Agiembly. Ex. $4.89
48-plate Tiger Chief for
Urge cara. Exch.$5.98
Freah atock. Guaranteed
performance. Royblue Reg
uUr “B” Battery. OQC
Tiger Heavy Duty “B” Bat
tery. Sale Price.$1.59
Paint Now and Sava!
Our standard quality red
barn paint. Will cover as well,
and preserve your buildings
as long ss many paints cost
ing much more. A A £
S Gal. lots, per gal. 9 O ~
Now 1938 Coronado
A beautiful set Latest mod
ern cabinet Butt Walnut
front. Modern design. Per
formance is exceptional for
a set selling at (14 AC
this low price . .• I d<93
ABSOLUTELY FREE 1
100'-;, PURE PENNSYLVANIA OIL
WITH PURCHASE OF OUR
32x6 CREST TRUCK TIRE
In addition we offer FREE Pennsyl
vania oil with other sizes as listed below
Size CREST TRUCK TIRES
6.00x20.$16.60 FREE 11 qti. Oil
30x5 (8 Ply). 19.55—FREE 24 qts. Oil
32x6 8 Ply). 26 40 FREE 48 qU. Oil .
32x6 (10 Ply). 33 30-FREE 48 qts. Oil *
WITH THE PURCHASE OF
EITHER OF THESE GAMBLE’S
NEW LIGHTNING TREAD TIRES
6.50 x IT.66.45 Inner Tube 19c
6.00 x 16 . 9.95 Inner Tube 19c
All Tire* Imtalled FREE
CD CCS QUARTS 100%
ri\CC PURE PENN OIL
WITH PURCHASE OF EACH
CREST PASSENGER CAR TIRE
Sire 4 Ply Size 4 Ply
4.40 z *1. .$ S.40 | # 25 x 17 . 1.70
4.78 x 19 . 7.55 6.00 x 16 . 11.00 I
8.00 x 19 . 8.05 6.80 X 16 13.50
Floor Samples and Demonstrator
Latest model 1S37 Coronado Refrigerators In such
Crfect condition that they are sold with our regu
new refrigerator guarantee. You can now have
the finest of refrigerator features available only in
Coronado at these sensationally low prices. Free
DeLuxe Model G77,7 Cu. Ft $« •% M CA
Was $169.60. Now.7IJ4.S>U
DeLuxe Model G67,6.1 Cu. Ft. tf A P
Was $149.60. Now.
$2.00 Per Week, Payable Monthly
1938 CORONADO AC CONSOLE
Now an unheard of low price on a 1*38 radio with ex
clusive Coronado features. The Tel-O-Matic dial
practically does the tuning for you. Has IT station
control stops. See this set today.
e 40-Inch Hand Rubbed Walnut Cabinet
e New Tel-O-Matic Dial e All Wave 3 Bands
e Exclusive Coronado Tone Columns e High
Fidelity e Electric Tuning Eye$£ A ^ ^
Cash Price . >rD9a«F9
$1.75 Per Week, Payable Monthly
The W.it«h Has Chrome Plated Case.
Ingram Movement and Leather Strap.
^Bike i* completely streamlined in every
Jz detail. Has all the newest features. Boy’e
or Girl's Model. Sale Price
With FREE *■
EXTRA! 1 Year’s Insurance
against Fire, Theft and Tor
nado and bike lock included
at thia price.
With Purchase of Coronado DeLuxe
Model Power Washing Machine
A sturdily designed washer that
provides unmatched time and
labor saving conveniences for
homes Without electricity. Cash t
Price with St lbs. *0M CA
$2 Weekly, Payable Monthly
DeLuxe Electric Washer
With It One Pound Cans Coffee
Free. Cash Price.159.95
CORONADO CAST BRONZE
COAL AND WOOD HEATER
BUY ON OUR LAY-BY PLAN
Merely make a email depoait on one of these heaters
at these low pre-season prices and we will hold your
heater for you. This beautiful heater is designed for
finest heating efficiency and
beauty. Oversize fire box and feed AQs
door for additional beat with less ■ Wn ^
fuel. Model 304B 13-inch Size_ ah
H «r PER WEEK,
*1.43 PAYABLE MONTHLY
%i:>n i i i i'i
A Good Value at 25c
Blade has fine saw tootb
edge tor cutting hard er
rough fruits, vegetables and
scaling fish, etc. Sale Afi
Price, while they last 9
A Si.00 Value
Operates easily.|L*aves ■
smooth edge that cannot cut
or scratch hands. Easy ho
A $3.00 Value
A wrist watch that will tlirfU
the heart of any boy or girl.
Has chrome plated case,
Ingram movement sail
leather strap. $4 A Q
Special Offer.. JLa 3e ©
A beautiful let of 4|gr<*e»
glass mixing bowls that At
one within the other. Popular .
size*. Set of 4. A A £
New modern design. Guar
anteed movement. A real
value at this A AC
Special Sale Price O 9 V
Self-Locking Stove Pipe
S* X 11*.UC
6* z 14*. Uc
Reversible Damper, 6*. lie
Collar, S' Size. Sc
Corrugated Elbow, S'. . lie
Stove Boards, unlined,
IS' z IS*. He ■
SHOE SOLES 1
Robber ttick-on type. Earr I
to apply. Large, medium a* ■
small. Sale Price ■
Per Pair.A V ■
Men's leather soles, pr. Wc I
Well made with knit.wriata.
Sturdy S oz. canvas.
Per Pair. J|T
10 oz. Canvas Gloves
Sale 0% Pair 0% CC
Priced for a)*.
MELVIN RUZICKA Gamble Agencies at—Martin, S. I).. Colo me, S. D.. Ainsworth, O’NEILL, NEBR. f
Managing Partner Bassett, Atkinson, Plainview, Spalding, Naper, Spriagview, Douglas St. I
Butte, Bristow, Spencer, Valentine and Chambers. 1
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