The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 10, 1941, Page FOUR, Image 4

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    The Frontier
D. H. Cronin, Editor and Proprietor
Kntored at the postoffice at O'Neill,
Nebraska, as Second Class Matte!.
On* Year, in Nebraska.|2.00
One Year, outside Nebraska ... 2.25
Every subscription is regarded
as an open account. The names of
aubscribers will be instantly re
asaved from our mailing list at ex
piration of time paid for, if pub
lisher shall be notified; otherwise
the subscription remains in force at
the designated subscription price.
Every subscriber must understand
that these conditions are made a
part of the contract between pub
lisher and subscriber.
Display advertising is charged
far on a basis of 26c an inch (one
eoiuran wide) per week. Want ads
ltc per line, first insertion, subse
quent insertions, 6c per line.
Holt County Families
Take Advantage of
Housing Act
A total of 119 families in Holt
County, made property repairs or
started on the road to home owner
ship under the National Housing
Act in the period from 1934 when
the agency started through 1940, it
was reported here today by Hol
der Holm, Federal Housing Admin
istration State Director for Nebr
Included in this were 99 Property
Improvement Loans insured under
Title 1 amounting to $41,085.00
and 20 small home mortgages ac
cepted for insurance by FHA a
aaounting to $51,800.00.
Mrs. Florence Jensen of Omaha,
spent Friday in O’Neill on business.
Rev. R. Parr and George Ham
mond left Thursday morning for
Omaha on business.
Mrs. Helen Simar and Mrs. Helen
Sirek returned on Monday evening
from a business trip to Omaha.
Miss Marion Dickson of Norfolk,
spent Sunday here visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Dickson.
Mrs. Frances Murphy and Mrs.
C. Washechek spent Monday in
Norfolk on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Parer drove
to Atkinson on Tuesday and spent
the day there visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gatz and Mrs.
Edward Gatz and son, Eddie, drove
to Norfolk, Monday on business.
Miss Grace Connelly and Francis
Connelly left on Monday for Win
ner, S. D., where they will visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
Turner for a few days.
Ira George returned on Sunday
evening from Omaha, where hs
spent the week end on business.
Mrs. .Mattie Soukup will leave
Friday for Omaha, where she will
spend the week end.
Mrs. Bennett Gillispie entertain
ed her bridge club at her home in
this city on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Criss of
Stuart, announce the birth of a son
on Friday, April 4th at the O’Neill
I General Hospital.
John Sullivan, Ed Matousek, Jim
Gibson and John Gallagher drove
to Hastings and Grand Island, on
business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Birmingham
and daughter, Barbara, returned on
Friday from Rochester, Minn.,
where they spent the past week.
Mrs. Ted McEIhaney and Mrs.
Harold Lindberg returned on Sat
uray from a few days spent visiting
in Omaha.
Mrs. I. W. Johnson and Mrs.
Bennett Gillespie drove to Sioux
City on Saturday and spent the day
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stolte. of
Glenellen, 111., were fi o’clock din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Putman last Tuesday.
Miss Ruth Harris, of Momingside
College, Sioux City, Iowa, returned
to her studies there after spending
| the week end here visiting her
mother, Mrs. Esther Cole Harris.
Earl Whaley of O’Neill, left
Thursday morning on the early
train for Omaha, where he will be
inducted into the army as a vol
unteer draftee from Holt County.
Emmet Moore drove to Aurora,
Nebraska, where he attended funer
al services held in that city for C.
E. Gaines’ mother, on Sunday morn
Mrs. N. G. Neal, son Norman,
and daughter Nadine, and Helen
^Ullom, of Hastings, were week end
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Widt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richter, jr.,
Mrs. Bridget Swanson and daugh
ter, Ann, and Mrs. Goldie Liddy
spent Sunday at the Emmet Slaight
home nea* Scottville.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Stout and
daughter plan to spend the week
end visiting at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stout
at Grant, Nebraska.
Dr, and Mrs. J. A. Devine of
Cheyenne, Wyo., arrived here on
Friday to spend the week end vis
iting in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward J. Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Shoe
maker and baby son left Wednes
day for Burke, So. Dak., where Mr.
Shoemaker has bought out the only
shoe and harness shop in the city.
The owner retiring from business.
Manager Armhurster, of Brown
McDonald Store left for Hast
ings last Monday where he spent
the day with traveling salesmen
buying his fall stock of men’s
clothing, returning home that even
Cron Stannard drove to Grand Is
land on Tuesday, where he met his
mother, Mrs. D. Stannard, who re
turned from an extended visit to
the west coast with relatives and
Mrs. W. J. Biglin left «on Tues
day morhing for Omaha and Lin
coln, Nebraska, where she will vis
it relatives. She returned on Thurs
day, bringing her son, Bill, a student
at Creighton University, Omaha,
and her daughters, Rose Mary and
Ruth Ann, students at the Univer
sity of Nebraska, Lincoln, home to
spend Easter vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wrede return
ed on Monday evening from a busi
ness and pleasure trip through the
Ozarks and from Little Rock, Ark
ansas, where they visited several
Tractor Owners
Never before have you had the chance to
buy Quality Oils, Greases and Tractor Fuel at
the price we can make you this year.
See Your Texaco Dealer Before You Buy
M. J. WALLACE, Agent
I round up friends for
good times...families
for reunions...mem*
bers for meetings.••
supplies for the home
•ee help in emergencies."
Your telephone service it one of the most
helpful end pleasure-bringing things you
have. Vet it costs only a few cents a day.
of the Holt County boys who are
stationed at Camp Robinson.
Jimmie Herre, son of Mr. and
Mrs. O .M. Herre and Woodrow
Melena, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Melena. returned to their
studies at the University of Nebra
ska, at Lincoln, on Sunday after
noon, after spending the week end
here with their parents.
Lester Young, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Young, formerly of the
Meek neighborhood hut now of At
kinson, who has been in the navy
for the past year and a half, came
home last Saturday from San
Diego, Calif., and will spend his
month’s leave visiting his parents
and other relatives in this section.
Mrs. Fay Puckett returned Sat
urday from Crete, Nebr., where she
had taken her daughter, Miss Betty
Jane back to her school duties, af
ter spending the spring vacation
at home. While away Mrs. Puckett
also visited another daughter, Miss
Roxafina at Junction City, Kansas.
John H. Reimers, one of the suc
cessful stockmen of the south
country, was in the city Tuesday
and made a pleasant eall at this of
fice extending his subscription for
another year. John has been a year
ly visitor at this office for several
years during this month when
he hands out the masuma to ex
tend his subscription for the coming
years. If hundreds of our other
readers would emulate John’s ex
ample the financial stringency
around this office would be lessened
Methodist Church
V. C. Wright, Minister
Sunday 6:30 a. m. Easter Wor
ship Service to which the pubiic
is invited.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m., H. B.
Burch, Superintendent.
Public Worship 11:00 a. m.
Special music, sermon by the pas
tor, baptismal service and recep
tion of members.
W.S.C.S. will meet at the church
Tuesday afternoon, April 15th.
When you think of glasses, think
f Pcrrigo Optical Company. New
scientific instruments have been
added to our territory equipment.
We now bring you a better service
than ever before. See us at Golden
Hotel in O’Neill, Saturday, April 19.
A beautifully illus
trated, free picture
map of the state with
o complete mileage
chart from principal
cities to Nebraska's
places of interest is
Variety is infinite in Ne
braska. Each part of the
state has its own special
attraction like the trees
of Arbor Lodge, the fish
hatcheries, the rugged
majesty of Chadron
State Park. Whatever
your mood, there's a
place in Nebraska you
haven't seen that you'll
enjoy. Plan a week-end
exploring your state
now. You'll be thrilled
with thf variety oi
Sunday School at 10:00 a. nt.,
C. F. Yantzi, Supt.
Easter Services at 11:00 a. m.
Sermon subject—The Resurrection
as an Intellectual Necessity.
The special music will be as fol
lows: Prelude in F Minor—Bach;
Anthem-Where, Grave, Thy Vic
tory?—Dale; Vocal Solo-Beforte
the Crucifix, Genievitve Graves;
Offertory — Moderato Cantabile,
Chapin, Op. 66.
The Christian Endeavor Society
will meet at 7:00 o’clock.
Good Friday Candle Light Ser
vice, Friday evening, April 11, at
8:00 o’clock.
Presbytery and Presbyterial will
meet at Wakefield, April 15th.
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Power District is to render best possible electric,,
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individuals and companies who are our custom
ers will be developed to such a point that the word
"service" and Consumers Public Power District1
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