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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1941)
Over the County
Our depot agent has left again.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bair and
family left for Dallas, South
Dakota, Tuesday morning where
Mr. Bair will be agent. Emmet is
served by a relief agent at present
but we understand Bill Meyers will
be our new agent.
The Sunshine Sewing Club held
their second meeting at the ClaVk
home April 4th. A delicious
lunch was served by Mrs. Clark at
the close of the meeting. The next
meeting will be held at the Art
Burge home May 9th.
Dorothy Fox left last Wednesday
to visit her sister, Mrs. Melvin
Luben for several days.
Guy Ison and daughter of Crook
ston, Nebr., visited at the Bert
Gaffney home on his way to South
Dakota. Mrs. Bert Gaffney ac
companied them to Alcester, South
Dakota to spend the week-end.
Zane Cole had the misfortune to
crack his thumb during Boxing and
has had to have it bandaged since.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Farr and
Billy were dinner guests at the
W. R. Tenborg home Sunday.
The South Side Improvement
Club met at the home of Mrs. J. H.
Patterson on April 16th. All mem
s bers were present except 4. There
were thftee visitors present. A
fashionable company dinner was
served which was enjoyed very
much by all. After the business
was transacted the afternoon was
spent in social conversation, music,
singing and exchanging of plant
slips. Some Red Cross work was
accepted for the next meeting
which will be held at Mrs. Beit
Gaffney’s home May 14th.
Mrs. Bob Fox called on Mrs. P.
; W. McGinnis Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Harry Little and daughter,
Beverly, of Hartington, arrived
here Wednesday to visit relatives
for a few days. During her stay,
. Mrs. Walter Puckett and Lois,
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McConnell, and
Mrs. Little and Beverly drove to
Chambers Tuesday where they
spent the day visiting at the Dan
Every day is Cut-Rate-Day at
O’Neill Drug Co. 50-1
MEEK AND VICINITY
Miss Ardice Worth, daughter of
Mi} and Mrs. Bob Worth, and Or
ville Miller, son of Mrs. Bert Mil
ler were united in marriage in At
kinson, Nebraska, on Tuesday af
teraon, April 15th.
The bride and groom have both
resided in the Meek Community for
a number of years and are one of
the outstanding couples.
Immediately following the cere
mony, the bridal couple left for
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Worth where a six o’clock wedding
dinner was served to the immediate
relatives of the younj* couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make
their home on the Carrie Borg
The people of the Meek Com
munity wish them many years of
success and happiness.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller
were charivaried on Wednesday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peck of Ver
del, Nebraska, were super guests
on Wednesday evening at the
Harry Fox home. They also called
at the Will Kaczar home.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Remter and
daughter, Mary Janice, spent Tues
day evening at the Swede Sedivy
The annual meeting for planning
the Decoration Day service, will
be,held at the Paddock Union
church on Monay evening, April
28th, at 8:30. Anyone interested
will be welcome.
Miss Davene Loy was an over
night guest on Tuesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Rec
Will Harvey purchased a V8
from the Lohaus Motor Company
Clarence Devall was a dinner
guest on Sunday at the Elmer
Mr. and Mrs. Art Remter and
Mary Janice spent Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. Martin Langon near
Blackleg and Hemorrogic Vac
cines always fresh at O'Neill Drag
Co. u BO-1
Miss Vivian Munt spent the
week-end in Sioux City with
friends and relatives.
Virgil Tomlinson, Bob Sholes,
and Dale Stomp of the C. C. C.
Camp in Madison, spent the week
end with friends and relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Brittell of
Chambers visited at the home of
Mr. Brittell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Brittell.
*Mr. and Mrs. Emery Peterson, of
O’Neill, visited at the home of Mrs.
Peterson’s mother, Mrs. Bob Con
ard of Inman.
Jay Butler of Neligh was a call
'er in Inman Sunday.
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is greatly responsible for the high degree of success en
joyed by Friedman-Shelby shoes.
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[ you'll return again and again for these quality shoes so
[ moderately priced, y
Dr. and Mrs. French and son.
Dale, of O’Neill, were Sunday
guests at the Ira Watson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Brittell and
daughter, Shirley, of O’Neill, were
Sunday visitors in Inman.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Morsback of
Neligh, were in Inman Sunday visi
ting. They were accompanied home
by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morsbach,
who has been visiting them for the
past two weeks.
Mrs. I. L. Watson and daughter.
Ruth, drove to O’Neill Friday.
A group of Inman men attended
>a Banquet at Atkinson last Wed
Gordon and Harold Brittel, of
Inman visited in Newport a few
days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perkins,
of O’Neill, visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Perkins en Sun
Ira Watson drove to O’Neill on
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sparks and
family, of Newport, visited rela
tives and friends in Inman over the
A group of Chambers Odd Fel
lows visited the Inman lodge last
Tuesday evening and put on the
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conard and
Mrs. Mary Reynolds, of Neligh,
and Mrs. Ella Olmstead. of Chica
go, visited at the Frank Brittell
home last Thursday.
Mrs. Elmer Crosser, of Chero
kee, Iowa, arrived in Inman Sun
day, where she will visit for two
Ezra Hairrmon, of Clearwater,
is now employed in Iaman on the
John WatBoa, who is employed in
O’Neill, spent the week end in In
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clark and
family drove to Yankton, S. D.,
C. P. Conger’s sale was post
poned last Saturday on account of
the storm and will be held later.
Rev. Maxey, Mrs. John Anspach
and daughter, Helen, of Inman,
drove to Atkinson Monday after
noon. Helen remained there where
she has employment.
Mrs. Lee Conger and daughter
Sarah, were in O’Neil! Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Butler, of
Basset, were visiting relatives and
friends in Inman Sunday
Dave Loy of O’Neill was in In
Rev. Maxey returned to his home
in Inman Thursday evening after
spending a few days in Peru.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Conger, of
Sioux City, visited at the Clarence
Conger homo Saturday.
Mrs. Bridget Swanson and
daughter, Anna, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Rictor of O’Neill were
guests at Mrs. Bob Conard’s Sun
Mrs. Leon Tompkins visited in
Omaha the first part of the week.
Roy Conger, of Elgin, was in
Rev. Maxey and Mr. and Mrs.
Ercle Renner were dinner guests
at Mr. and Mrs. Art Renner’s Sun
Miss Arvialla Keyes, of Omaha,
is visiting relatives in Omaha for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swingle, of
Plainview, visited at C. P. Con
ger’s home Wednesday.
Roland Dodd and Donald Jacox
drove to Oakdale on business Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Barnes and
sons of O’Neill visited at the Ar
thur Englehaupt home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis and
daughter, drove to Stuart Friday.
Mr. Davis went to South Dakota
on business and Mrs. Davis and
daughter remained in Stuart for
a short visit.
Ross Clapp Jr., of Lincoln, ar
rived in Inanan Monday evening
for a few days visit.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hancock of
O’Neill spent several days ui In
man last waek.
( Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stearns and
sons, visited relative* in O’Neill
kfrs. Robianetta Malone drove
to Atkinson and spent the week
end with Mrs. Elmer Spanr. and
Rev. M. S. Ohmart and Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Redlinger of O’Neill
were guests at the Mary Hancock
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Copper
waite of O’Neil) were Inman visi
Mr. Joyce Maxey, of Linioln,
visited his father, Rev. Maxey, of
Miss Marjorie Rouse, who is
teaching school north of O’Neill,
spent the week-end in Inman.
x The Freshman class of the In
man high school held a theatre
party in O’Neill threatre, last
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters and
son, Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Peters of O'Neill were Sun
day guests at the Ed Chudomelkd
Blackleg and Hemorrogic Vac
cine* always fresh at O’Neill Drug
Louis Sojka of Deloit was in O’
Neill on business on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Gatz left on
Sunday afternoon for Omaha,
where Mr. Gatz attended the an
nual convention of Storz Dealers
held in that city the first of the
Bert Shoemaker had the misfor
tune to slip and fall at his home in
this city on Saturday evening and
fractured the bone in his right
Mr. and Mr^. Frank J. Biglin
left on Tuesday for Sioux City,
Iowa, where they will visit Charley
Stout, who is in St. Vincent’s hos
pital and then will go to Omaha,
where Frank will attend a conven
tio of Funeral Directors.
Edward Campbell, H. J. Bir
mingham, Edward Gallagher and
Bonnet Grady drove to Norfolk
on Tuesday afternoon, where
they attended the Group Three an
nual convention of Northeast Ne
braska Bakers Association.
They’re Saying NO!
Beer retailers are frequently asked to violate
the law. But they’re saying “No"’ — because
they know that a clean, law-abiding estab
lishment is the best “insurance policy” their
business can have.
That is why most beer retailers uaM and
cooperate with the Brewing Industry's Self
Regulation program. They want to be among
the great reputable majority of retailers who - *
know that good conduct is good business. v ' ■
You can help us — by patronizing only the
reputable place# where beer it sold and by ^
rrportj^g to us any objectionable conditions ^ ^
you may observe.
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COUNCIL OAK IS A SAFE PLACE TO SAVE!
23c AND I OC
SELECTED — WELL TRIMMED
PORK LOINS or Half POUND 19c
SHORT RIBS OF BEEF Pound 12c
SUMMER SAUSAGE Pound 22c
FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF Lb 19c
COMBINATION JAM 16?£, 20c
Combining Currants and Raspberries results in a flavor
that’s simply delicious
PABST-ETT PIMENTO 2 FOR S 27c
FANCY FRESH ROASTED
SPANISH SALTED PEANUTS J? 11c
"ENRICHED BY NATURE"
MA BROWN WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
OUR EVERY FRIDAY FEATURE
ENRICHED WITH VITAMIN B!
NANCY ANN WHITE BREAD
POUND 7_ 11 POUND i
LOAF /C I 2 LOAF IUC
POTTED MEATS iS&liSS”* 9c
Every ingredient used prepared solely for this product..
Select meat, well ground and cunningly spiced.
NIAGARA SHREDDED WHEAT PP£. 10c
PLAIN ASST'D COOKIES 2 SS 19c
TENDER — SANDED
ORANGE SLICES 9c
TAC-CUT COFFEE I
This "Mighty Fine Blend” may now be had in Regu
lar and Drip-O-Lator Grind in both 1- and 2-pound Dura
POUND 9 LB.
TIN OR JAR L JAR
rnCCCC 3-POUND BAG 66c 93
LUiiCl pound bag ajC
Save the empty bags and start a beautiful set of 22-carat
Gold Pattern Dishes.
MAKES HOUSEWORK 9 LGE. 37
LIGHTER PKGS. J / C
CLIMALENE 2^SLL 17c
RENEWS PAINTED SURFACES
CLEANS CLOSET 9 LGE. -
BOWLENE 2 c“£sL 17c
2 NO. 300 1C.
2 NO. 2
SNOW WHITE HOMINY SSTK ca» 9c
SILVER THREAD KRAUT S35 c*n 10c
CAMAY TOILET SOAP 2 CAKES __ 11c
rvnrrT a regular pkgs. mc
DlIrrT large pkg. -21*
ft/1%1.1 I giant package_
AVUMAI REGULAR PKG. Sc
III YinM LARGE PKG. 18c
wAI l/vi. giant package _
NICE SIZE SUNKIST
NAVEL ORANGES DOI„_25c
WINESAP APPLES 5S£_19c
LARGE SIZE _ . ^
SUNKIST LEMONS DOZEN _19C
NEW CROP LETTUCE _5c
SCARLET TIP RADISHES 2 5c
NEW CABBAGE POUND _ _4c
SWEET SPUDS 5 roRWPS_19c
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