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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1940)
Over the County
Mrs. E. M. Govnin and son, Fred,
of Scottsbluff, Nebr., spent the
week end at the home of her father,
Fred Beckwith. Mrs. Garvin was
a former resident of this vicinity,
movinp to Scottsbluff about 12
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years ago. Relatives to visit Mrs.
Garvin and son Sunday wejre Mr.
and Mrs. Verne Beckwith and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Beckwith and Leona Feme, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckwith and
family. Miss Olive Beckwith was
also a week end guest at her grand
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Abart and
family were dinner guests at the
Paul Schultz home in Atkinson
Thursday, November 21, Nebras
ka’s Thanksgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patterson and
Doris, of Wayne drove to Albion
and Petersburg, Nebr., Saturday,
where they spent the day visiting
friends. They returned home the
A group of frinds and relatives
helped Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tunender
celebrate their wedding annivers
ary Friday evening. The evening
was spent in dancing and playing
Mrs. Floyd Butterfield was mov
ed to her home from the Stuart
hospital last Tuesday. She has
been confined to her bed for the
last six weeks but now is steadily
improving. Dorothy Fox is help
ing her with the work until she is
Miss Doris Patterson drove from
Wayne, Nebraska, Wednesday to
spend Thanksgiving Day at the
home of her parents. She return
ed Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmor and
Walter were visitors at the Guy
Beckwith home Saturday.
Mrs. Guy Cole and Mrs. Esther
Harris drove to Sioux City Wed
nesday where they celebrated
Thursday as Iowa’s Thanksgiving
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fox and
family, also Merna and Dorothy^
Fox drove to Miller, Nebr., Sunday
to visit relatives. They returned
the same day.
Harry Werner and Spike Lawr
ence spent several days' on the
Niobrara river hunting this week.
They are joined on Monday by
John Conard and Pat McGinnis.
Joe Jurgensmier called at the
Leon Beckwith home Sunday even
Mr. Spindler and his daughters,
Rose and Frances, were supper
guests Thanksgiving Day at the
J. H Patterson home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard en
tertained 18 at dinner Thanksgiv
ing Day. Guests were: MrB. Esther
Harris and family, of O’Neill, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Cole and family and
Gladys Schmor, Mrs. John Anspach
of Inman, and Mr. and Mrs. Pat
Mr. anrt Mrs. Frank Foreman
and family drove to Ewing Sun
day to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bair and
family spent Thursday at the home
of Mrs. Theresa Roggasch at Duff,
over prices usually
asked for chains of this quality.
Be prepared for muddy roads,
snow and ice.
Strap Type Pull-Out Chains
4" to 4.75", each.23c
5" to 5.50", each.29c
6" and up, each /.33c
See your Gamble outlet for chains of all
kinds, repair links, chain tighteners, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Ai Grehn and
daughter, Ellen, of Fremont, arriv
ed Thursday morning to spend
Thanksgiving Day and the week
end at the U. R. Tenborg home.
They returned home Sunday.
John Lowery called at the Alex
McConnell home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bair and fam
ily spent Sunday with relatives in
Mrs. Al Grehn and Mrs, Ruth
Wagnon visited Mrs. C. E. Ten
borg Saturday afternoon,
MEEK AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Borg and
family were dinner guests on Sun
day at the Sam Robertson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Johnson, of
Spencer, and Mrs. Bill Langan and
son, Gerald, were dinher guests of
Mrs. E. H. Rouse on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robert
son and family were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walters
on Thanksgiving Day.
..Haxel Mae Rouse, of O’Neill,
spent several days the past week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charle Luben and
family spent Thanksgiving Day at
the Warren Ferno home near Butte.
Guests at the Roy Karr home on
Thanksgiving Day were: Mr. and
Mrs. Burt Ott and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Worth and family.
Mrs. Aaron Boshart is now stay
ing with her mother, Mrs. Ann
Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Slaight
and family and Mr. nad Mrs. Oliver,
Ross and Shirley and Robert
Swanson motored to Neligh to
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pfeil and fam
ily and Miss Davene Loy spent
Thanksgiving day at the Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Marriedy Hubby
and bonnie and Bruce, of Atkin
son, were supper guests of Mrs.
Carrie Borg on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ernst and
family spent Thanksgiving at the
John A. Robertson home.
jQuite a crowd attended the ser
vice at the Padock Union church
on Thursday evening. Miss Stella
Wood, of Albert Lea, Minn., a mis
sionary of India, spoke on missions.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Griffith, of
Lexington, were dinner guests at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Preston Jones on Saturday,
they left for their home on Sunday.
Mrs. Abbie Sanford, of O’Neill,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jane En
ders, this week.
Beryl Conger and family went
to Lincoln Friday to see Lem Hoxie
who is still in the hospital there.
They were joined at Norfolk by
Mrs. Lem Hoxie and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. George Weingart
ner and son, Darrell, of O’Neill,
were dinner guests at the home of
his aunt, Mrs. Julia Riley, Thanks
Guests at the Leon Tompkins
home Thanksgiving were their son,
Dr. Chas. Tompkins and family, of
Omaha, and her aunt, Mrs. Sarah
Hutchins, of Orange, Calif. Dr.
Tompkins leturned to Omaha that
evening, but Mrs. Hutchins stayed
on for a longer visit.
The Methodist ladies met at the
home of Mrs. Art Renner Friday
afternoon, getting ready for their
bazaar which will be December 14.
Earl Watson and family .went to
Neligh Thursday to spend Thanks
giving at the Jay Butler home.
Roy Goree and family of Long
Pine and Jack Lewis of Sidney,
came Thursday for a visit at the
Mrs. Mary Goree home.
Hardin Anspach left Tuesday
afternoon for Lincoln, where he
expects to enter a hospital for
Mrs. E. F. Spann and son, Roger,
of Atkinson, and Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Hancock, of O’Neill, were week
end guests at the Mrs. Hancock
Mr. and Mrs. Haddan Geary took
their son, Robert, to Omaha Satur
day to have a cataract removed
from his eye.
Roy Hoxie, wife and daughter, of
Whitefish, Mont., came Monday for
a visit with his mother, Mrs. Jane
Virginia Watson, of Norfolk,
was home over the week end.
Mrs. Mary Goree and Mrs. Em
ma Kivit left Sunday morning for
California to spend the winter.
Jim Sholes, Marvin Young and
Martin Conard left Friday for
Oregon to look over the country.
Ralph Burival moved his family
to Middle Branch Saturday.
Mrs. Elizabeth McKim of Clear
water visited her daughter, Mrs.
Art Englehaupt and family over
the week end.
Patrice, JfoVn aruf William Wat
son and Gerald Sobotka were home
from Lincoln over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hare, of
Grand Island, spent Thanksgiving
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Colman, who re
turned home with them for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Carey left
Wednesday for Iowa to visit rela
tives. Mrs. Lewis Kopecky ac
companied them as Tar as Omaha
where she will visit for a couple of
weeks, and Miss Elsie Kruger went
with them to Red Oak, Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. Ercel Renner went
to Neligh Thursday to visit her
mother, Mrs. Jones.
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O’Neill Livestock Comm. Co.
PHONE 2 O’NEILL, NEBR.
Since 1935, beer excise taxes amounting
to $2,574,376* have been turned over to
the State Assistance Department for the
support of Nebraska’s needy aged, for
def>endenl children and the blind.
Taxes paid by the brewing industry help
to balance the state's budget and lighten the
tax load on the individual citiaen.
The bet. industry of this slate, employing
about 9,000 Nebraskans, invites your co
operation in protecting these benefits. We
aak you to patronise only law-observing
retailers and to report violations to the
public authorities or to this Committee.
•From State Liquor Control Commission.
BREWERS AND BEER DISTRIBUTORS
CHARLES E. SANDALL, State Director
710 Firt^. National Bank Bldg. Lincoln, Nebr.
(First Publication‘November 21, 1940)
HOLT COUNTY, 1941
FUND I. GENERAL
Revenue estimated on a 1. County Clerk $5190.00
valuation of $17,600,000 2. County Treasurer . 9090.00
at 3 mills levy for 3. Clerk District Court 3475.00
General fund . $52500.00 4. Countv Judge . 3600.00
FEES (Est.) 5. Co. Supt. Schools . 5790.00
Oo. Clerk $2000.00 6. Co. Atty., Coroner .... 2990.00
Co. Treas. 7000.00 7. Register of Deeds . 2405.00
Clerk of Court 2375.00 8. Co. Sheriff .6110.00
Co. Judge 1500.00 9. Co. Assessor 7350.00
Register of 10. Co. Surveyor. 400.00
Deeds _1800,00 11. County Jail . 1050.00
Sheriff . 500.00 12. Oo. Court House . 3750.00
- 13. Court House Annex ... 2330.00
$15175.00 $15175.00 14. Supervisors . 5830.00
15. County Agent .. 2400.00
16. Miscellaneous . 6015.00
1. Vital Stat. _..$ 150.
2. Pub. Proc. 350.
3. Insurance ..
4. Pub. Defender 100.
5. Juv. Court_ 25.
6 Courts Juries
Witness Fees 1500.
Minded .. 350.
8. Insanity Com. 160.
9. Comm. Dis. 490.
10. Sewing Center 2200.
11. Care Insane ....
12. Int. on Warr. 600.
13. Other Items— 100.
Total L....-..—....,$67,676.00 Total .. .$67,675.00
FUND II. ROAD
Est. Revenue, Gas tax $ 48300.00 Est. Expense .$48300.00
FUND III. ROAD DRAGGING
Est. Revenue, Gas tax ... 3600.00 Est. Expense . 3600.00
FUND IV. COUNTY FAIR
Est. Revenue, Levy . 1750.00
Pari-M 260.00 Est. Expense . 2000.00
FUND V. COYOTE BOUNTY
Est. Revenue . 350.00 Est. Expense . 350.00
FUND VI. SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
Est. Revenue .— 525.00 Est. Expense . 525.00
FUND VII. BRIDGE
Est. Revenue. Gas . 10500.00
Levy . 3600.00 Est. Expense . 14100.00
FUND VIII. UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF
Est. Revenue . 17500.00 Est. Expense . 17500.00
FUND IX. COURT HOUSE BONDS
Est. Revenue .—... 6000.00 Est. Expense .-. 6000.00
Total .-.$159,950.00 Total .$159,960.00
That a hearing on the foregoing budget will be held by the Holt
County Board of Supervisors at their office in the court house in O'Neill,
Nebraska, on December 9, 1940, from 9:00 o’clock A. M., until 12:00
o’clock noon of the same day.
(SEAL) JOHN C. GALLAGHER,
28-3 County Clerk.
Friday and Saturday
November 29 and 30
VARIETY & ECONOMY
The sanitary, well-stocked Council Oak Stores, with a wide
range of quality foods and everyday “Values” fully meet all the
requirements in pleasing the family at the table.
BEEF HIND QUARTERS, Pound. 17c
Buy a quarter of Beef and be well supplied with roasts and
steaks regardless of the weather.
PER 1 iC
LB.. ■ 4
ROUND & SWISS STEAKS, lb 26c
SHORT CUT STEAKS, Tb 25c
SIRLOIN STEAK, Per Pound 20C
FRESH PORK ROASTS, Pound.12c
For tender. Juicy Roast, you buy the Whole or Half of a 4
to 8 pound picnic.
FRESH PORK STEAK, Pound...17c
PORK NECK BONES.5 pounds 14c
FRESH PORK FEET.. 5 pounds 14c
SUPERB SLICED AND CRUSHED Large 00c
PINEAPPLE ..NO. m CAN ZD
Every item under the Superb label must be the world’s
finest. It is for this reason that Dole’s Hawaiian pineapple is
used exclusively for the Superb label.
morning LIGHT No. 2>/2 Can 9c ICc
PUMPKIN . 2 NO 2 CANS ID
Lay in a supply for the pumpkin pie seawon at the special
All lean beef. No bone, no Kristie, no waste. A cooked beef
for sandwiches and delicious corned beef hash. At our special
price it is a low cost meat to boil with veKetables.
PLAIN AND FANCY 7 Pounds 7CC
ASSORTED COOKIES . Z for ZD
HAVE YOU TASTED
NANCY ANN “The Better Bread”
Pound 7c 74-Ounce 1Ac
LOAF (l'/i-Ub.) LOAF IV
council oak Pound 23c LLc
COFFEE ... 3 pounds ..I.. W
Save the empty baK« and start a beautiful set of 22-carat
Gold Pattern Dishes.
RED BAG COFFEE 3 'ZZ 39l
RUGULAR AND QUICK COOKING Large 14c
SUPERB OATS . - pkg. M
Pound Can .
FRESH LONG THREAD J/4-Pound *AC
BULK COCOANUT ... cello bag III
SUPERB EXTRACTED >flC-Ounce OEc
PURE HONEY . ID jar Zd
CyPHP 10-Pound White... 47c ^Ec
JinUr 10-POUND AMBER
SUPERB BRAND A 200 Count IfiC
CLEANSING TISSUE . L boxes ID
500 Count Box..—.19c
A sanitary substitute for Handkerchiefs; also convenient
LEVER BROS PRODUCTS
Special For This Sale
IIIV Small Package.- 9c Oflc
LUX TOILET SOAP, Cake 6c
PlMCn SMALL EAGKAGE.8« GIANT MC
KllwU LARGE PACKAGE 20c PKG. 30
LIFEBUOY SOAP, Cake. 6c
MARSH SEEDLESS # IOC
TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT.0 for 13
JUICE ORANGES .. DOZEN 13
EMPEROR GRAPES 2 L„, 13c
WRAPPED AND SIZED fOC
DELICIOUS APPLES. . dozen 13
CRISP SOLID LETTUCE 2^f13c
WESTERN GROWN r LBS. 4*C
JERSEY SWEET SPUDS 3 for 13
MEET MA BROWN AND THE BOYS
WMAY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
TVnAA 2:00 TILL 2:30 P. M.
ASK FOR THE MA BROWN FEATURE AND ENTER
THE QUIZ TUNE GAME.
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