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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1940)
Over the County
Kenneth Kestenholtz, who has
been working in Atwood, Colo., for
the past year, returned heme Mon
day ter spend the winter at the
home of his father, Harry Kesten
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shoemaker
have moved into the Mark Clar
Mr. Stuart Hartigan, of Norfolk,
was in Inman Tuesday on busi
The Coffee Club met Thursday at
the home of Mrs. George Colman.
Supt. McClurg drove to Lincoln
on business returning Saturday.
The Ladies Aid "will hold their
bazaar Saturday, Lecember 14.
Several young married couples
were entertained at a party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ercle
Kenner Saturday evening. Games
were played. Lunch was served by
Rev. E. B. Maxey drove to
Plainview Friday on business.
Mrs. Jennie Wilcox returned
home Friday from Lincoln and
Stella, Nebr., where she has been
visiting at the home of her sons.
Dwayne Stevens, who has been
working on a farm near Chambers,
returned home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Brittell and
family, of Chambers, visited rela
tives in Inman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hancock, of
O’Neill, visited relatives here Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins,
of O’Neill, visited at the home of
his parents here Sunday.
The S. V. S. Club met Friday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hoxie, of
White Fish, Montana, were Sunday
callers at the F. M. Brittell home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colman re
turned Thursday from Grand
Island, where they had been visit
ing at the home of their daughter j
the past few weeks,
Norbert Clark, Walter Rouse,
; Gordon Brittell and Bob Sholes
were home over the week end from
the CCC camp at Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Crosser
and Mr. and Mrs. Ercle Renner
visited at the home of Mrs. Bert
Jones in Neligh Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hansen and
baby, of Creighton, visited Sunday
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Floyd Keyes.
A group of men were entertain
ed at a card party at the home of
George Cilman, Sr., Friday even
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conard and
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Morsbach, of
Neligh, visited relatives in Inman
The Royal Neighbor Lodge met
Wednesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Sarah Sholes; election of
officers was held and those elected
were: Oracle, Mrs. Lottie Thomp
son; Vice Oracle, Mrs. Sarah
Sholes; Recorder, Mrs. Della Brit
tell; Receiver, Mrs. Lena Butler;
Marshal. Mrs. Mary Miller; Inner
Sentinel, Mrs. Anna Smith; Outer
Sentinel, Mrs. Josie Kopecky;
Manager, Mrs. Ethel Tompkins and
Musician, Mrs. Ruth Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. William Vrooman
and family of Venus, visited Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conger anil
children, of Elgin, visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conard
and baby, of Washington state, are
here visiting at the home of Cath
erine Oonard. They will remain
until after the holidays.
Norbert Clark and Walter Rouse
left Monday for Omaha, where they
will enter the service of Coast
The members of the Inman bas
ketball teams drove to Atkinson
Friday evening where they met
and defeated the St. Joseph Warns.
Only 9 More Shopping
Days Until Xmas
GIFTS AND TOYS
Mother’s Best Flour . $1.25
MAYTAG OIL, Sealed Quarts 29c
(1 To A Customer) ....
Ak-Sar-Ben Lay Mash “ $1.79
It takes money. . . . yea, lota of money. ... to
cover your shopping list thoroughly, perhaps a lot
more than you anticipated.
• But why attempt to make one month’s pay check
cover all your Christmas expense? It is much more
convenient to arrange a loan with us, then repay it in
easy installments after the first of the year. Your car
or household furniture offers ample security. Come in
and talk it over with us.
IF YOU NEED MONEY FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS
Centra! Finance Corporation
C. E. JONES, Manager
1st National Bank Bldg. Neill, Nebr.
The first team score was 12 to 23
and the second team score was 3 to
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Kline ami
family, of O’Neill, visited Sunday
at the home of Mrs. Mary Han
Inman Workers Club
On November 27, the Inman
Workers met at the home of Mrs.
James Coventry. The business
meeting was conducted by the
President, Mrs. Karl Keyes. Plans
were made for the Christmas party
to be held December 20, at the
home of Mrs. A. N. Butler. Mrs.
James Cronk led in the singing of
the project and November songs.
Mrs. James McMahan, the reading
leader, gave a short talk followed
by a discussion on the circular of
“Children of Many Lands,” con
ducted by Mrs. Ermand Keyes.
Mrs. A. N. Butler and Mrs. Har
din Anspach, presented a very in
teresting lesson on “Using Home
Resources.” Sixteen members were
present and all enjoyed a covered
dish luncheon at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bair and
family spent the week end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Strong
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patterson re
ceived word Thursday of the death
of Mr. Patterson’s father, who
passed away at his home in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson drove down
Thursday to attend the funeral and
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Guy Oole left Monday morn
ing to attend a business women’s
convention in Omaha. She will
return Friday and expects to drive
a new Mercury back.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peacock
are visiting at Amelia several days
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Enbody, of
Atkinson, were callers at the C. E.
Tenborg home Sunday afternoon.
Evelyn Strong, of Stuart, visited
at the Cecil McMillan home Sat
• The Womens Foreign Missionary
Society met with Mrs. Thomas
Peacock Wednesday afternoon at
Mrs. D. H. Allen returned from
Louisville, Ky., Tuesday evening,
where she had been visiting her
daughter, Molly, and family the
past three weeks.
Mrs. P. W. McGinnis, the Emmet
Red Cross representative, tells us
that we have given three times
over our quota to the Red Cross
and for a Bmall town we should be
and are proud.
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MEEK AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. William Hubby, of
Archer, Nebr., arrived*Wednesday
to visit relatives and friends in
The Ladies Aid met Wednesday,
December 4th with Mrs. George
Nelson. A covered dish luncheon
was served at noon. The afternoon
was spent in exchanging Christ
mas gifts and playing games. The
next meeting will be January 8 with
Mrs. Emmet Slaight.
Marriedy Hubby, of Atkinson,
spent Wednesday with his mother,
Mrs. Carrie Borg.
Miss Mabel Hansen, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Hansen and William Mulhair, of
Lynch, were united in marriage at
Lynch on December 4th.
Charles Linn and Mrs. Carson
motored to Madison on Thursday,
returning home on Friday.
Several attended the charivari
at the Dan Hansen home on Wed
nesday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. William Mulhair.
Miss Midge Lowe, of Ponca,
Nebraska, is visiting her sister and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville
Mr. and Mrs. Albert McDonald
and family are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mis. Boone Chambers, of
Lynch, before leaving for Califor
nia, where they will make their
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robertson
entertained Wednesday evening,
hoi oring Mr. and Mrs. Albert
R. D. Spindler went to Tulsa,
Oklohoma, to visit his sister, Helen
and from there he expects to go to
Alabama to spend several weeks.
All Around Star Club
On October 25, Mr. Stout organ
ized a 4-H Club at the Dorsey
school. The leader is Miss Mae
DeLong, Star; Assistant leader,
Miss Eunice Chudomelka, Redbird;
President, Verna Miller, Star; Vice
president, Ardis Newman, Star;
Secretary, Janis Miles, Dorsey;
News reporter, Geraldine Marston,
(The remaining members are
Verda Ann Butterfield, Dorsey;
Edna Newman, Star; and Janet
Nightengale, Redbird. who is an
The club is a beginning sewing
club. The first meeting was held
December 6, at the home of Misses
A id is and Edna Newman. After
the records had been completed
and the meeting had been adjourn
ed a delicious lunch was served by
V. C. Wright, Minister
Sunday school 10:00 a. m., H. B.
Public worship 11:00 a. m. Spec
ial music and sermon by the pas
Epworth League devotional meet
ing 7:00 p. m.
Special musical program by the
choir featuring Christmas music.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones drove
to Columbus, Nebraska, on Sunday,
where they spent the day visiting
relatives and friends.
Mrs. C- E. Lundgren entertained
at a party at her home on Wednes
day evening, honoring Mrs. Mark
Mrs. C. J. Gatz entertained the
Contract Club at a seven o'clock
dinner followed by cards at her
home on Thursday evening.
See Penney’s large display of
Christmas Gifts. 30-1
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Engler and
Mrs. Charley McKenna drove to
Norfolk on Saturday and spent
the day there on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Keller re
turned on Monday from Omaha,
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where they have been for the past1
week, and where Mrs. Keller re
ceived medical attention.
Mrs. W. J. hVoelieh, Mrs.
Charles Stout and Mrs. Edward
Campbell left Monday for Chi-;
eago, where they will spend the
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Birmingham
returned on Saturday from Chi
cago, 111., where they spent the
week attending the National Live
Stock Show and Exposition.
See Penney’s large display of
Christmas Gifts. 30-1
Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Sauers drove
to Sargent, Nebraska, on Sunday
and spent the day there visiting
their son and his wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Sauers.
O’Neill High School
Stuart High School
Attend This Opening Home
7:30 P. M. H. S. Gymn
Admission 15c and 25c
BUY A SEASON TICKET
Ten Home (James For $1.50
Prices on livestock remain attractive. If
you have some surplus stock left, now is a good
time to convert them into cash.
Sendkus your consignment. We endeavor to
give you complete satisfaction.
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O’Neill Livestock Comm. Co.
PHONE 2 O’NEILL, NEBR.
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GIVE HER HOSE FOR CHRISTMAS
Quality ANTON TOY Merchandise
Mrs. Carl Asimus and Mrs. How
ard Williams drove to Erickson,
Nebraska, on Sunday and visited
at the home of their mother,, Mrs. j
Miss Vera Mae Landis enter
taied the 9 FP Club on Thursday
evening at her home. Mrs. I. W.
Johnson won high score and Mrs.
W. B. Gillespie won second high.
Miss Mary Katherine Coyne, of
Minneapolis, Minn., arrived here
on Sunday morning and will spend
the Christman holidays visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Coyne.
AT PENNEY’S Men's Overcoats
Now $10.50, $13.50, $19.75. 30-1
A party was held at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DeVore on
Thursday night, honoring Mrs. De
Vore and Mrs. H. G. Kruse, who
celebrate their birthdates on the
same day. Mrs. Fred Robertson
won high score at bridge.
Friday and Saturday December 13 and 14
Council Oak Suggests
You will find among Council Oak’s advertised items many
seasonable and appetizing suggestions that will assist in plan
ning menus for the coming week. Council Oak advertised
specials and Everyday ls»w Prices on Every item makes Council
Oak a Safe Place to Save.
Round, Swiss, lb.25c
Short Cut, tb. 24c
SIRLOIN STEAK, lb.
14c, 16c and .
FRESH BEEF TO BOIL, Ih.14c
FRESH PORK STEAK, lb. 15c
PURE PORK SAUSAGE, lb. 15c
DOLE’S HAWAIIAN 4} 9-OZ. 47C
PINEAPPLE 4 cans 1/
Stock your pantry with both Crushed and Tid-bit Pineapple
at the wale price.
SUPERB MINCEMEAT 2 Pk|?s. 15c
So rich in meat, fruit and spices that many stretch to double
the quantity by adding fresh apples.
OCEAN SPRAY PER 4 rC
CRANBERRY SAUCE .... .. can 15
The delicious cranberry sauce that does not melt at ro«im
FRESH CRACKED J OUNCE 44|C
ENGLISH WALNUT MEATS.‘f bag 14
KELLOGG’S 4) LARGE 4AC
CORN FLAKES .-. 4 pegs. 1/
SUPERB STUFFED NO. 7 4)4 C
MANZANILLA OLIVES . jar 41
SUPERB QUICK AND REGULAR LARGE 4JC
ROLLED OATS. pkg. I ■
“MA BROWN’S” OLD FASHIONED 4)J-OUNCE 4 PC
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD Zl LOAF >5 1
An every Friday Feature. Sold only at Council Oak Stores.
CLAPP’S BABY FOOD
2 Cans 17c 7 Cans IQc
CHOPPED I# O STRAINED
ICED SPICE COOKIES 2 £ 25
MUSTARD AND TOMATO OVAL 4 AC
CALIFORNIA SARDINES . can lU
SWEDISH MINTS, Pound . I5c
A popular aftcT-dinner Confection.
SUPERB DICED A NO. 2 4AC
BEETS AND CARROTS.Z CANS I f.
Place on lettuce and top with Salad Dressing for a delicious
and Economical Salad. ,
MORNING LIGHT A 27-OZ. 4 AC
PORK & BEANS.-.L cans If
COUNCIL OAK COFFEE 66c
Save the empty bags and start a set of 22-carat Gold Pattern
RED BAG COFFEE.3 Lbs. 39c
SUPERB BRAND A 159-FT. 4 AC
KITCHEN TOWELS .Z rolls If
Buy one roll for the rack apd the other for reseerve.
GREEN GOODS SPECIALS
MARSH SEEDLESS PER
TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT . dozen It
FANCY WESTERN O DOZ. AQC
DELICIOUS APPLES.- L for It
WRAPPED AND SIZED f LBS. *)|"C
WINESAP APPLES .- 0 for *3
CALIFORNIA SUNKIST PER A|*C
NAVEL ORANGES._....... dozen L3
GREEN TOP CARROTS..2 Bunches 9c
GOLDEN HEART CELERY.... Stalk 9c
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