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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 13, 1941)
Over the County
i INMAN NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hancock,:
of O’Neill, spent Tuesday in In-:
man visiting relatives.
Gordon Brittell returned ta
the CCC camp in Madison Sunday,
after spending his six-day leave
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Brittell in Inman.
Mark Harkins was in Sioux City
Tuesday on business.
Mrs. Bert Jones, of Neligh, spent
the week end with her daughter,
Mrs. Erde Renner.
Vere Butler, of Blair, visited at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Butler over the week
John Watson spent the week end
in Inman with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Watson.
Harold Brittell, of the CCC camp
in Madison, spent the week end at
Howard Perkins, of O’Neill, spent
Thursday afternoon in Inman on
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Brittell and
daughter, Alice, of Chambers w4re
visitors at Mr. Brittell’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brittell Sun
^ Miss Virginia Watson, who has
been going to school in Norfolk,
has completed her course and is
now home to stay at the present
time, . ■ i ^ * , *
Miss Josephine Conger spent the
week end with Neva Stewart, of
Virgil Tomlinson, of the CCC
camp at Madison, Was home over
the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Mearle Sparks and
family, of Newport, spent the week
end in Inman with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perkins were
O’Neill visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fowler and
son, of Sioux City, were week end
guests at the Andrew Butler home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorlin Lockman
and son, of O’Neill, were visitors
at the Warren McClurg home Sun
Mr. and Mrs Fay Brittell and
daughter, Shirley, of O’Neill were
in Inman Sunday visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ross and
daughter, Shirley, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Rictor, Mrs. Bridget Swan
son and daughter, Anna, and Mrs.
Emery Peterson, of O’Neill, visited
at the home of Mrs. Catherine Con.
* ard Sunday.
I. L. Watson was in Stuart Sat
Miss Dorothy Liewer spent the
week end with her parents in Butte,
Miss Harriet Millbern spent the
week end with relatives in Lin
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conard, of
Neligh, spent Sunday at the home
of Mrs. Conard’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Brittell.
Gill Ecktenkamp spent the week
end in Norfolk.
The Inman grade school basket
ball team played the grade school
team of St. Mary’s on the Inman
floor Monday afternoon, Inman de
feating St. Mary’s 17 to 5.
A birthday party was given in
honor of Arthur Englehaupt last
Thursday evening at his home.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Ercle
Renner and Mr. Manuel Crosser
and a delicious lunch was served
by the hostess.
Mrs. Lizzy Stevens, of Page,
was a guest at Miss Katherine
* Albert Kerbel visited at the borne
of his parents over the week end.
Miss Arvilla Keyes recently left
for Omaha, where she will be em
North Central Nebraska
For Catalog Address
W. E. RIPLEY,
Rev. Maxey drove to Royal Mon
day, where he attended the Holt
County preachers meeting.
Mrs. Jack Alexander and daugh
ters. of Royal, returned to her home
Monday, after spending the past
few weeks with her mother, Mrs.
Julia Riley, of Inman.
A birthday party was given in
honor of Mrs. C. D. Keyes at her
home Friday evening. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keyes and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Keyes
and family, Marjorie and Marvin
Rouse and Bill Jensen, all of Inman;
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hansen and
son, of Creighton, and Rev. Maxey,
Mr. and Mrs. Erele Renner, Rev.
Maxey and Wayne Watson drove to
Page Monday evening to attend a
Methodist revival meeting.
Mrs. Julia Riley, of Inman, was
a visitor in Royal Monday.
Miss Marjorie Rouse, who is
teaching north of O’Neill, spent
the week end in Inman, visiting
friends and relatives.
Rev. and Mrs. Murton, of Page
were visitors in Inman Saturday.
G. R. Anderson, of Norfolk was
in Inman on business Thursday.
Donald Hopkins, of Sioux City,
arrived home Monday for a visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conger and
family, of Elgin, visited at Mr.
Conger’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Conger Sunday.
The L. L. Club met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Art
Renner. A delicious lunch was
MEEK AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Art Remter and
daughter, Mary Janice spent Sun
day with Mrs. Martin Langan near
May McGowan spent Wednes
day with Mrs. E. H. Rouse.
Mrs. Dick Robertson entertain
ed the Ladies Aid on Wednesday
afternoon After the business meet
ing a delicious lunch was served by
the hostess. Several members were
absent due to the bad roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Johnson and
family are moving to the place re
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs.
Dwayne Borg is on the sick list
at this writing.
Arthur Rouse returned home the
last of the week from Excelsior
Springs, Mo., where he has been
the past few weeks receiving medi
cal treatments. i
Elmer and Walter Devall were
dinner guests on Friday at the
W. S. Devall home.
Fred Richter, of Scott ,ville, spent
Friday at the Jim Karel home.
LaVern Borg won first place in
dramatics at the Declamatory con
test in O’Neill on Friday evening.
Now she will compete in the contest
Eileen Robertson, a student of
O’Neill High, is doing practice
teaching at the Joy school this
week. Miss Lucille Hartford is the
teacher. LaVern Borg is doing
her practice teaching at the Hull
school, Miss Lindberg is the teach
Ava Jones is doing her practice
teaching at the Meek school, Mrs.
Mabel Devall is the tteacther.
Mrs. Cecil McMillan entertained
the Ladies Foreign Missionary So
ciety Wednesday afternoon at her
Guy Cole, Jim Ryan, of O’Neill,
and I. W. Watson, of Inman, at
tended the funeral of Wm. Krotter
in Stuart Saturday.
Mrs. Ann Cadman, of Omaha,
spent Wednesday of last week vis
iting at the W. R. Tenborg home.
Fritz Clark and family are driv
ing a 1941 Ford car; Leon Beck
with and family are driving a 1941
Chevrolet car and John Conard is
driving a 1941 International pick
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dailey re
turned Tuesday night from Idaho.
Rev. and Mrs. Peacock attended
several church meetings last week
at Page, Nebraska.
Mrs .Guy Cole drove to Norfolk
Wednesday, taking several basket
ball boys from O’Neill with her.
Mrs. C. E. Tenborg entertained
the South Side Improvement Club
Wednesday afternoon, at her home.
Every member was present and
after dinner work was discussed
for the Red Cross.
Mrs. Alice Cole and daughter,
Eula, left by bus for Grand Island,
where they took the train for Rich
mond, Calif., where they will make
Mrs. Clara Cole is improving
this week after her illness of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bair and fam
ily drove to Bassett Sunday, where
they visited at the H. S. Bair home.
Mrs. John Conard and Mary Lou
drove to Inman Monday to visit
Mrs. John Anspach.
Mrs. Alice Cole and Eula were
dinner guests at the Guy Cole home
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Givens are
the proud parents of a baby boy
Mrs. Harry Werner and son,
Harry, drove to Elgin Sunday,
where they visited Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Werner and family.
Friendly Neighbor Club
Mrs. Charley Switzer entertain
ed the Friendly Neighbor Club on
February 27, with Mrs. Enard
Thirteen members and three vis
itors, Mrs. Russ, Mrs. Wolfe and
Mrs. Forbes were present.
Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Brueg
man presented the lesson on “House
Cleaning and Soap Making.”
The club will meet with Mrs.
Quig on March 14 to do sewing
for the Red Cross.
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Harold Fager on
March 27, with Mrs. Lewis and
Mrs. Bruepman furnishing the
West Side Project Club
The West Side Project Club met
March 3, at the home of Mrs. John
Protovinsky. Eight members and
two visitors were present.
After a delicious covered dish
luncheon was served, the leaders,
Mrs. J. W. Hickey and Mrs. Len
Shoemaker gave the lesson on
“Spring Cleaning and Soap Mak
Several helpful leaflets were dis
The next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Lulu Quig.
Happy Hour Project Club
The Happy Hour Project Club
met at the home of Mrs. John M.
Grutsch, Thursday, March 6, for
their February lesson, the February
meeting having been postponed a
week because of bad weather and
After the hostess had served a
delicious dinner at noon the mem
bers answered roll call by giving
an interesting event, either in the
life of Lincoln or Washington. The
music leader led a patriotic song,
in which all present took part. An
interesting discussion of the les
son on housecleaning and house
cleaning equipment was next given
by the leader, Mrs. Grutsch, and
her assistant, Mrs. John Hynes,
after which the members observed
the demonstration of making soap,
which Mrs. John Hynes gave.
Several visitors were present
and the meeting clo®e,i after a book
talk on “Lost Horixon,” by James
Hilton, given by the reading leader.
The March meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Bernard Hynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fleming, of
O’Neill, announce the birth of a
son on Sunday morning, March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Dexter an
nounce the birth of a son on Sun
day evening, March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wright, of
Inman, announce the birth of a
daughter on Monday, March 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Waring, of
Middlebranch, announce the birth
I of a son Sunday, March 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cork, of
Page, announce the birth of a son
on Monday, March 10.
V. C. Wright, Minister
Sunday school 10:00 a. m., H. B.
Burch, Superintendent. '
Public wotfsMp 11:00 a. m. Spec
ial music by the choir and sermon
by the pastor.
Epworth League devotional meet,
ing 7:00 p. m.
March 2, the church was asked to
make an offering of one million
| dollars for aid to refugees, made
j homeless by the war, and assist in
| furnishing adequate moral leader
! ship in the camps of enlisted men.
I it is believed this amount was giv
en, though the results have not
been tabulated as yet.
W. S. C. S. will hold a prayer and
lenten service at the church, April
3, 3:00 p. m.
Lenten services are now in pro
gress each Sunday at the church.
Palm Sunday afternoon, at four,
mothers are to present their child
ren for dedication in baptism.
The young people will hold an
early morning worship service on
Easter Sunday morning.
Each evening during Passion
week services will be held in the
church except Saturday.
Monday, March 17
Crystal Ball Room
Ray Keeler Orchestra
Farmers and Ranchers
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Easter Sunday morning will be
a baptismal service and reception
of members into the church.
When everybody gets on the re
ceiving end of social security who
is going to carry the ball?
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Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15
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SMOKED •TENDERED” d/C
HOCKLESS PICNICS...pound 10
Neatly trimmed 4 to 6-lb. Smoked Picnics. Made tender by
a special process. Eats like fancy bam when baked; also nice
tender meat to fry.
PORK NECK BONES, Pound ..1.3c
SLICED PORK LIVER, Pound ..8'/2c
PORK CHOPS, Pound .....13c and 18c
FILLETS OF POLLOCK, Pound *. 13c
FRESH BEEF TO BOIL, Pound .14c
FRESH C.ROUN 1) PURE BEEF, Pound 16c
POUND 17« AND ...
Pork Loin , ,
PER • ■ » 4 AC
POUND 13c AND .... <0
POPULAR POUND CANS
SUPERB FANCY FRUITS
The 16-ounce cans are most desirable for stocking the Hos
pitality Shelf. With 2 cans of each of the following fruits in
reserve, you are always prepared for unexpected Guests. j
WHOLE PEELED APRICOTS 2 Cans 23c
ROYAL ANN CHERRIES..2 Cans 27c
PEACHES, Sliced and halves ..2 Cans 21c
WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES.2 Cans 23c
FRUITS FOR SALAI)...2 Cans 31c
FRUIT COCKTAIL.2 Cans 25c
STRAWHERRIES 2 Cans 35c
: NO. 2
Q NO. 2Vi
L CANS . I
BARBECUE SAUCE 6 ” 8C
For delicious barbecued spare ribs. Also adds zest to soups,
gravies, omelets and sandwich spreads.
CAI AHA GREEN 30c 4*C
•jALAUA i/j-POUND BLACK. «V
SWIFrS PREM 23
A Delicious Pure Pork Product.
VANILLA FLAVORED */|C
CHOCOLATE DROPS ..POUND IU ?
TANGO COOKIES 2 ZNm 25l
TOMATO AND MUSTARD CANS d|QC
OVAL SARDINES _ 0 for A?
EATWELL MACKEREL TZ 10'
n 1*01 ND
l2 ™ II
NANCY ANN FOUND LOAF 7c 1 AC
BREAD ... 24-OUNCE LOAF IU ]
Now Enriched With Vitamin Bl.
KRAFT CHEESE DINNER PACKAUE 9C
You can make ready to serve in seven minutes.
SALAD BOWL A4C
SALAD DRESSING.quakt jar Zl
A delicious combination of eggs, salad oil, vinegar, sugar,
cereal and spices in proper proportion. Made by the makers of
COUNCIL OAK FOUND 23c # #C
COFFEE .3-FOUND BAG . 00
Exchange the empty bags for 22 carat Gold Fattem Dishes.
P & G SOAP PRODUCTS
GUEST IVORY 2 tAKES 9C
IVORY FLAKES 2“cKA"; 21c
P & G NAPTHA SOAP 10 EZ 33c
LARGE TEXAS VALENCIA ArC
JUICE ORANGES..dozen .ZD
LARGE SEEDLESS / 1 AC
TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT ..0 for. I #
EXTRA FANCY—HIGH COLOR A DOZEN AAC
WINESAP APPLES ..L for ....... LI
FIRM RED RIFE 4AIZC
MEXICAN TOMATOES pound IL
NEW TEXAS CABBAGE, Pound_ 4c
GREEN TOP CARROTS, Bunch .. __.4c
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