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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1941)
* Over the County
Mrs. Clarence Shaw and Grover
visited at the Seth Hurtle home
near Chambers Thursday after
Mrs. J. S. Bair and children vis
ited friends at the Stuart hospital
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Harden Ans
pach and family, of Inman, at
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Johnson
and daughters and Mrs. Seralda
Johnson visited at the Leon Beck
with home Wednesday evening.
George Lowery left Monday
night for Idaho, where he has
employment in acetylene welding
Visitors at the William Grothe
home on Sunday were: Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Rota and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Rota, Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Johnson and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Henning and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beckwith
and Leona Fern.
> Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Schaffer and
family are driving a 1941 Mercury
Alvin Strong, of Creighton,
spent the week end at the J. S. Bair
Duane Bonnenberger was honor
ed at a birthday party Tuesday af
ternoon on his seventh birthday.
Wilma Bachman spent Monday
night with Mildred Peacock.
Mrs. D. H. Allen visited Mrs.
Clara Cole Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Beckwith and Leona Feme called
on Fred Beckwith Tuesday even
ing to help celebrate his birthday.
Helyn Anspach, of Inman, visit
ed several days of last week at the
John Conard home.
Olive Beckwith spent the week
end at the home of her parents.
Mrs. John Conard entertained
the Ladies Aid Society at her home
Mr. and Mrs. Ercle Renner and
Rev. Maxey drove to Emmet Tues
<1 i*- ady evening, where they attended
the Methodist revival meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Peterson, of
! O’Neill visited at the home of Mrs.
Peterson’s mother, Mrs. Katherine
Conard, on Wednesday.
| Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marsh, of
I Enid, Okla., are visiting Mrs.
Marsh’s mother, Mrs. Mary Han
cock, who is ill.
Mrs. Ralph Stevens, of Page, was
a guest at Mrs. Katherine Conard’s
Ercle Renner drove to O’Neill a
few days last week, where he was
A group of Inman Odd Fellows
drove to Neligh Wednesday even
ing to put on the 3rd degree for the
George Conard, who is working
south of Inman, visited at the home
of his mother, Mrs. Katherine Con.
Albert Kerbel spent the past few
days in Inman with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Kerbel.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hancock, of
O’Neill, spent Sunday with Mr.
Hancock's mother, Mrs. Mary Han
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins, of
O’Neill, visited in Inman Saturday.
Frank Brittell was in O’Neill on
business last Friday.
Mrs. Ira Watson and daughters,
Ruth aand Carolyn, drove bo Ne
ligh Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Martin Conard and children
were guests at the Fred Simmons
home last Thursday.
Miss Dorothy Newman, who is
working in O’Neill, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Vein Newman, in Inman.
Miss Delores Matula, of O’Neill,
visited at the home of her friend,
Miss Helen Anspach, last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Butler, of
Neligh, visited at the home of An
drew Butler Monday.
Fay Brittell, of O’Neill, was in
Inman on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lod Janousek and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Halva and family, of O’Neill, were
dinner guests at the Lewis Kopecky
John Watson, who is employed in
O’Neill, spent the week end at his
home in Inman.
Miss Helen Anspach, ox inman,
is visiting friends and relatives in
Emmet for a few days this week.
A group of Inman High School
boys are practicing boxing now.
Gordon Brittell, Arlin Castor,
Bob Mossman, Robert Hutton, La
Vem Lynch and Virgil Tomlinson,
all of the CCC camp in Madison,
visited friends and relatives in In
man over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leidy and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jaeox and
sons, Donald and Darrell, drove to
Meadow Grove Sunday, where they
visited at the Donald Wolfe home.
The Inman Seniors are now prac
ticing their class play, “Welcome
Home,” which will be presented on
Mrs. E. L. Watson entertained a
group of friends at her home Fri
day evening. Everyone enjoyed the
evening and a delicious lunch was
served by the hostess.
The Inman Commercial Club held
their regular meeting at the Ker
bel Cafe, last Thursday evening
and a delicious supper was served.
Miss Doris Scofield, of O’Neill,
was a guest at the Harry Appleby
Dale Stamp and Robert Sholes
returned to the CCC camp in Mad
ison Sunday after spending a short
time at their homes in Inman.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper and
son, Jimmie, of Orchard visited at
the Jim Thompson home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osborn and
family, of O’Neill, were guests at
the Dick Steams home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McKim, of
Orchard, visited at the Arthur En
glehaupt home Friday.
Roy Conger, of Elgin, visited at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Conger, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stearns and
family were in O’Neill Thursday.
Mrs. Ralph Bowers, of Dorty,
Washington, was a guest at the
home or Arthur Englehaupt last
Mrs. Robinetta Malone, of In
man, is spending a few days with
friends and relatives in Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shoemaker
and son, of Atkinson, visited in
Supt. W .J. McClurg and a group
of Inman boys drove to O’Neill
Tuesday evening, where they
watched the boxing matches.
The Coffee Club met at the home
of Mrs. Lewis Kopecky with Mrs.
C. D. Keyes as assisting hostess.
A beautiful Birthday cake was pre
sented to the hostesses by our pres
ident, Mrs. Ezra Moore. There
were 13 members and 9 visitors
present to enjoy the delicious cov
ered dish lunch. Mr. Kopecky and
Rev. Maxey favored us with sev
| eral musical selections and Rev.
i Maxey played his guitar and sang
| a beautiful hymn, which was great
ly enjoyed by all. Mrs. McGraw
was in charge of our lesson study,
"Our Neighbors—Canada and Mex
ico.” The next meeting will be at
the home of Mrs. Floyd Keyes in
April. Mrs. Earl Watson was wel
comed into the club as a new mem
MEEK AND VICINITY
Mr and Mrs. Herbert Rouse, of
Inman, and Maud Rouse, of O’Neill,
were dinner guests on Friday at
the Howard Rouse home.
Several friends gathered at the
Goerge Hansen home on Saturday
evening to help Gerald celebrate his
birthday, which was March 23. An
enjoyable time was had by all.
They departed at a late hour wish
ing Gersld many more happy birth
Mr. aixl Mrs. Mart Schelkopf en
tertained several friends and neigh
bors at cards on Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Devall and
sons, Mrs. Delia Harrison and Mary
were dinner guests, on Wednesday,
at the Ed Thomas home.
A large crowd enjoyed the dance
given by Mr. and Mrs. Vernie John
son at their home on Friday even
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linn and
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Devall and son,
Dwayne, spent Thursday evening
at the Sam Robertson home
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Thomas
moved from the Howard Rouse
place on Wednesday to a farm near
Supper guests at the Elmer De
vall home on Friday were Charles
Linn, Art Remter and Clarence De
V. C. Wright, Minister
Sunday School 10:00 a. m„ H. B.
Public worship 11:00 a. m.
Epworth League devotional meet
, ing 7:00 p. m.
The men of the church will meet
Monday evening, eight o’clock, for
I a well-planned program.
A Lenten Worship service has
been planned by the Woman’s So
ciety of Christian Service for April
3, at 3.00 p .m. A lenten offering
will be received.
Palm Sunday evening the choir
will as is their custom give a sacred
concert. This will be one of the
musical treats of the year.
Passion week worship services
will be held each evening except
Saturday. The pastor will speak
on “The Words from the Cross."
Easter morning will start with
an early worship service carried
out by the Epworth League.
Ed Burge is in the Stuart hos
pital where he is recovering from
an operation on his leg.
Five Holt County boys, all volun.
teers, left on the early morning
train Tuesday for Omaha, where
they were all inducted into the
army for a year’s training. The
boys were Gerald Donohue, O’Neill;
Wilson W. Spangler, Clearwater;
Thomas Doolittle, Amelia; Harold
W. Childers, Chambers, and Albert
P. Smith, Amelia.
Farmers - Ranchers
Good prices and a brisk demand for live
stock make an unbeatable combination for the
man who has stock to sell.
If you have surplus stock, market them now
and realize a nice profit.
Let us serve you.
SALE EVERY MONDAY
PHONE 2 O’NEILL, NEBR.
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A4v«Wi Etching* lac. I93§ I
March 27th to April 2nd I
REGULAR 79c CAPSULES REGULAR 69c CAPSULES
VITAMIN A. B, D, G HALIBUT LIVER OIL
2 FOR 98- 2 FOR 98
Tooth Paste or Powder
rAt PEPSODENT 50-TUFT
Dv TOOTH BRUSH
22 Karat Gold Banded
W TOOTH PASTE
Quart 69* i
Tbia new fluffy cream
gfvmg extra lubrica
tion for a dry akin.
by Richard Hudrtut
KEPT AT PROPER TEMPERATURE
FOR YOUR PROTECTION
LIME t SULPHUR DIP. W
LEE'S LOUSE POWDER. 25
GERMAZOHE „ „„„„„ . 75
SODIUM ELOURIDEro„i,._... 25
THE PRESCRIPTION STORE
O’NEILL, NEBR.__PHONE 1181
Jf@|l N6I L*fc|tirgTORES]
YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME
Friday and Saturday March 28 and 29
WHY COUNCIL OAK?
Council Oak means everythinK one could wish for in com
plete modern food stores. Council Oak Foodstuffs are the es
sence of qualitv. Council Oak prices make it easy to save.
HAM ROASTS TS..»
For delectable flavor and tenderness, no roast surpasses
roasts from Fancy Smoked and Tendered Hams.
CENTER 8LICE **)C
TENDERED HAM TO FRY. POUND vZ
POUND .... Iv)
18r AND LV
SLICED PORK LIVER, Pound .. 9c
BLACK COD, Whole or Half, LB.11c
FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF, Lb. 15c
IFDiCT rUCCCC AMERICAN OR AAC
Wlfll I intLJL BRICK—POUND .. «
NO. 10—NEAR GALLON
MORNING LIGHT FRUITS
Full ripe, solid park fruits. Parked in their juice.
Fkonomical sauce and pie fruit. Add Pen-Jel Apple Pectin
when converting this fruit into preuerveo.
APRICOTS, Can .....49c
BLACKBERRIES, Can ...53c
CHERRIES, Red Pitted—Can..57c
CHERRIES, Royal Anne—Can ....47c
PEACHES, Sliced—Can .... .. 45c
PEACHES, Halves—Can _ 45c
PRUNES, Oregon Fresh—Can.29c
RASPBERRIES, Black—Can .87c
RASPBERRIES, Red—Can ..67c
PEN JEL PECTIN, Bottle. .. 10c
REGULAR AND DRIP GRIND
This “Mighty Fine Blend" may now be had in Kegular and
Drip-O-Lator Grind in both 1 and 2 pound jars.
POUND AAC A-POUND AAC
JAR. Zw L JAR .*W
COUNCIL OAK COFFEE 66c
Exchange the empty bags for 22-carat Gold Pattern Dishes.
ASSORTED JELLY BIRD EGGS, Lb_ 10c
PLAIN ASST'D COOKIES 2 prDS 19c
GOLDEN BROWN SUGAR 2 ZT 11
Whole Kernel, Golden Bantam
2 NO. 2
QUALITY UNBLEACHED A POUND <|PC
SEEDLESS RAISINS ... Z bag ID
For appetite teasers ia varied menus. Use plump seedless
Raisins in pies, puddings, bread and cakes.
FREE CEREAL BOWL WITH A PKGS. AfC
MILLER’S WHEAT FLAKES Z for Zl
NANCY ANN WHITE BREAD
NOW ENRICHED WITH VITAMIN B1
POUND 'll li/2-POUND 1AC
LOAF. I (24-02.) LOAF IU
MORNING LIGHT * A NO. 2Vl , -IWC
PIE PUMPKIN .Z CANS .... 1/
SUPERB BRAND PER AC
PREPARED MINCEMEAT —PACKAGE 0
POLISHED MAPLE PER PC
CLOTHES PINS -BOX . D
MORNING LIGHT A ROLLS 4AC
BATHROOM TISSUE.. i for IJ
P&G SOAP PRODUCTS
CAMAY TOILET SOAP 2 If
psg naptha soap 10 ::;: jjc
rvnrr'T 2 medium size 19c
I IK H h I IARGE PACK AGE 21c
I/1\JL1 1 GIANT PACKAGE .
EXTRA FANCY A DOZEN AAC
TABLE STOCK .-. Z FOR .... Z#
FOR COOKING f POUND APC
PURPOSES .. 0 BAG .... ZD
EXTRA LARGE JUICERS PER AAC
VALENCIA ORANGES _dozen .ZV
JUMBO SEEDLESS / Ape
TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT ..6 for .Z5
LARGE ARIZONA PER #C
ICEBERG LETTUCE __ HEAD .0
See us for young onions, Radishes, Tomatoes, Rhubarb
and other Spring Vegetables aa they are ready for market.
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