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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1941)
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C. C. Berpstrom went to Craw
Tord Sunday, where he attended a
meetinp of the Tri-State Sheriff s
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kratovil and
family, of Osmond, Nebr., were
Sunday puests at the home of
Mayor and Mrs. Kersenbrock.
Mrs. Harry Brt and children
■went up to Ainsworth last Satur
day for a couple of days visit with
friends. They returned home Mon
lira. John Mestrell and son, Jer
ry, returned home Wednesday af
ter spending a couple of weeks vis.
iting relatives and friends at Mil*
Kgan •nd York, Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mathis andj
non Kenneth left for Lincoln
Thursday where he will attend
summer school during the month
of June and one week of July. At
the completion of the four weeks,
they will return to O’Neill, and Mr.
Mnthis will continue his regular
duties visiting projects and con
tacting new students.
A Ford car belonging to Albert
dark of Inman, was taken from
the streets near the Ford garage
last Saturday night. The car was
found the next afternoon about
throe and a half miles northeast of
the city. The thief had taken two
•wheels off the car and had also re
moved the spare tire. E. C. Clark,
finger print expert in the office of
the state sheriff, came up Monday
and took some fingerprints from
the car and local official^- #oe-of
the opinion that the guilty person
or persons will be apprehended.
City garbage collectors say that
some of the citizens of the city are
•using large Harrells to stora their
garbage in for the driver to pick
up. If our citizens wish our collec
tors to carry away their garbage it
ahould be placed in medium sized
garbage cans, so the driver can lift
it into the wagon for dumping. If
the collectors should miss any place
if you call Mayor Kersenbrock,
he will see that same is taken care
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Dr. C. W. Alexander
AT HOTEL O’NEILL
SAT., JUNE 14th
Quaint “Plantation Lawn Party”
scene on the cover. 4 piece set
contains—Decanter Jug of Co
logne, Sachet, Talc and Guest
of two bou
O’Neill Drug Co.
The city officials desir® to warn
youngsters that they wiM permit no
shooting in the City Park and if
anyone is caught shooting therein
or molesting property therein they
.will be prosecuted. The city offic
ials are trying to get the park in
shape so that it will be a pleasant
rtsort for the people of the city and
they will not tolerant promiscious
shooting and the breaking of city
Miss Clarissa Teaquist enter
tained a group of girls at a picnic
in the City Park on Wednesday
Mrs. Scott retcrned home on
Sunday from Little Rock, Arkan
sas, where she visited her daughter
and son in law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shelhamer
went to Sioux City, Iowa, Monday
on a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Remy and
son, Richard, formerly of Colum
bus, are new residents of O’Neill
and are living in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Mathis during the sum
mer months. Mr. Remy is a new
driver for the Jesse Bread com
Bob Moore left this morning for
Omaha to attend the graduation of
his sister Rita, from St. Joseph’s
Hospital, where she has been tak
Arthur Jurgensmeir and Fritz]
Hickey left Sunday for Los Angel
es, Calif., where they will spend
the balance of the summer visiting
relatives and friends. Don Vequist
went as far as Wyoming with them
to spend the summer.
“For Twenty Years
Junior Toy is expected home on
Sunday from Lincoln, Nebr., where
he has been atending the Univer
sity of Nebraska for the past sev
Dr. and Mrs J. P. Gilligan came
up from Nebraska City last Friday
for Decoration day. John is look
ing exceptionally fine and thor
ougly enjoyed the few hours he had
to spend visiting old time friends
in the old home town.
Mr. and Mrs. James Oppen who
celebrated their 11th wedding an
niversary and Mr. and Mrs. Cook,
Sr., who celebrated their 28th an
niversary were honored by a group
of mutual friends with a picnic
dinner in the city park last Sunday
The couple were presented with a
| huge angel food cake topped with
white icing by Mrs. Victor Halva.
Among the 40 guests present
were Mr. and Mrs. Oppon
Creighton, parents of James Op
pen, Mr. and Mrs. Nynaher of Or
chard, and Miss Ann Nines of
Bonesteel, South Dakota.
Eli Hershiser spent the week
end with his sister, Mrs. W. T.
Shively and Mr. Shively, in Nor.
Pets Duffy went to Omaha on
Thursday where he spent the
week end, returning home on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Stout and
daughter Sharon, went to Lincoln
on Sunday where they will spent
the week with Mrs. Stout’s parents.
Miss Mary Jane Iler came up
from Sioux City Thursday evening
for a short visit with relatives and
Mrs. Charles Shatto of Philadel
phia, Pa., arrived here this
morning for a visit with her moth
er, Mrs. John Carr and other rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. Peter Todsen and daugh
ter, of Mexico City, Mo., will ar
rive in the city tomorrow and will
be the guest for a week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sauers and
will undoubtedly spend an enjoy
able week here visiting their many
Mrs. Arthur King, Miss Gerald
ine Cronin and Miss Lenorc Brown,
of Sioux City, Iowa, left last Fri
day afternoon for Trinidad, Colo.,
where they will spend ten days
visiting at the home of Mr, and
Mrs. Paul Montgomery. They ex
pect to call on many former
O’Neill people on their way down
there and also on their return
Brother Ivo came here last
Tuesday for a couple of weeks visit
at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick Regan, of Staf
ford and with other relatives and
friends. Brother Ivo will be re
membered here as John Regan and
just gTaduatd from the University
of Notre Dame, Indiana.
The Redbird 4-H calf club held
therir second meeting at the Ed
Bushart home Wednesday, May 28.
Two new members joined the club
at this meeting. The next meeting
will be held at the Lee Blake home
on Wednesday, June 18.
Dr. W. F. Finley left Tuesday
afternoon for Sioux City, from
You must take an interest in Insecticides and Fungicides
because city people want to buy nice clean fruit and
vegetables. Will you get top prices for your crops?
Spraying is a necessity. Make your job easy and
effective by following the famous Acme Spraying Guide.
Tells when, what, and how to spray. We carry a full line
of Acme Insecticides and Fungicides.
Get your Free copy of the Acme Spraying Guide
at our store
Friday, June 13
Modern - High Class'
Present! many extraordinary fsatorti executed by
Amrican and European Sopsr Amok Stars, for tbs
fust time in this state.
SoiMthing New Under Hm Shu
1M upon Thrill. Marvel after Marvel
Surprising Sensations. Sensational Surprises.
Youth and Beauty Compote lor Honors
The Most Exhilarating Cirens Program Ever Presented.
The Greatest Entertainment Value
Ever Offered in Cirens History, Never Before So Much
That Is So Good for So Little.
Trained Domestic and Wild Animals
Jests and Pantomime by Funny Clowns
Death Defying Aerial Stunts by Stars
After All A Show That Is Different
2 and 8 P. M.
Extremely Popular Prices — Truly Bargain Prices.
P. S. Grand Free Show on Circus Grounds Prior to
opening of the doors.
where he took a train tor Chicago,
where he goes to attend the wed
ling of his daughter, Mary Joan
who will be married on Saturday
morning, June 7, at St. Francit
Xavier church in WiUmette, 111., to
William Carrol Stephenson of
Edythe Vequist of Creighton
spent the week end as the guest of
Mrs. Margaret Claussen*
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Morton, Ma
bel Gaetz and son Eddie and Mrs.
Pearl Honeycutt and son Jackie
attended a family reunion picnic
at Columbus, Nebr., last Sunday.
Mrs. Della Shaw left Saturday
morning for Spearfish, South Da
kota, to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Froelich and dau
ghter, and Mr. and Mrs. Birming_
ham and daughter Lou, spent Dec
roation Day in Omaha.
Misses Margaret and Anna Joyce
of Omaha spent the week end vis
iting friends and relatives in O’
Mrs. M. F. Meer and daughter,
Mary Ann, stopped in O’Neill Wed
nesday evening on their way home
to Valentine from Nashville, Ten
nesee where Mary Ann has been
attending Ward Belmont.
Joe Lang of Springfield, Illinois
spent the week end visiting at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M. M. Langan also friends and rel_
atives, returning to Illinois on
THE METH0DI8T CHURCH
V. C. Wright, Minister
The Church school 10:00 A.M.,
H. B. Burch, Superintendent.
Church School program 11:00 A.
Young Peoples worship service,
7:00 P. M.
The young people will hold a
bake sale at the Golden Hotel Sat
urday afternoon, June 7, for the
purpose of securing funds to take
them to the Summer Institute at
Stanton June 16 to 23.
Give your pullets the Aci
dox Treatment. Acidox is
given easily, in the drink
ing water, like Germozone.
Because its acid is con
trolled, Acidox does not
throw the birds off feed.
Greatest loss from Coccidiosis is in the
set back to the birds, and delayed growth
and development. They need a medicine
that will help them resist the disease and
reduce death losses without upsetting
them. Give them Acidox. A 12-oz. bot
tle, to treat 300 chicks for 2 weeks,
Double Dip—Any Flavor
FREE SODA with all
purchases of 50c
Saturday, June 7
6 CARS DIED IN OVERHEATED DEATH VALLEY
TO ™ve that yours CAN LIVE LONG
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.. . .vwhaUKMON
New Oil a Life-Giver. 5-quart
fill —None Added —Lasted
all of 13,398 Miles....
more than Twice the mileage
averaged by 5 other big-name
oils iiulendish Destruction
Tesrt.. impartial... CERTIFIED
THIRST killed gold-feverish Forty
Niners in Death Valley. You can stand
there today on our Hemisphere’s bottom,
279 feet below sea level. And some of the
worst heat on U. S. Weather Bureau rec
ords will be drying you up.
.. .America's hotspot!.. .where 6 identi
cal everyday cars scorched along, testing
6 different motor oils, till 6 new engines
were juhk. Every condition was the
same for all. Qualified authorities eyed
every move. Speed: 57 miles an hour for
all. Thofieferee had bought 5 of the oils
right off the market; millions know their
names well. The other oil was decidedly
new. And this new oil that authentically
delivered more than twice the mileage
averaged by the others is named
CONOCO MOTOR OIL
-Now on Sale here for Your Car
How could one fill of this popular-priced
Conoco Nth oil keep lasting—without
one added drop—for an official total of
13,398.8 miles? How could Conoco Nfh
oil outlaBt them all by 5,683 miles or
more, even outlasting one "rival” by
8,268 miles!... Certified.
New Synthetic in Conoco N#
You know of vitamin synthetics ... man
made ... replacing Nature’s life-givers
sacrificed m some modern rood
processing. Similarly, the lat
est refining methods steal life
giving elements from motor
oils. But more than making up
for that today—in popular
priced Conoco Nfh oil—is Thialkene in
hibitor . . . man-made. (Conoco Patent
2,218,132.) It inhibits or checks the effect
of foul leftovers created by the normal
engine explosions. Thus Conoco Nth stays
more like its own good self... helps the
engine keep fit—good way to save quarts.
A triumph matching famed
Another wondrous synthetic—long in use
under the famed Germ Processed oil pat
ent—still makes Nth oil give your engine
oil-plating ... lubricant that can’t all
quickly drain down from inner parts.
Instead, it’s able to stay plated up... on
guard against wear in advance, while you
are using Conoco Nth oil. In addition you
get the life-giving aid that foiled Death
Valley ... that eclipsed other oils tested
. .. that made one 5-quart fill of new
Conoco Nth last 13,398 miles. Certified.
That’s like a mad extreme—beyond
the utmost allowed by authorities on the
_ _ . nT lit The 6 new cars were
gines had been ta *" aP tuned alike. Same
check uniformity. indling evened up by
desert route for all- 5 Jart fill per car
alternating drivers Oneun5q,ock
and no more. • • engu
subject. You’d never make your own car
stand such proving-ground torture. But
you want as wide a margin of engine
protection and oil economy as your money
will buy this Summer, and Conoco N*h
has nailed up plain evidence. Ask today
for Conoco at Your Mileage Mer
chant’s Conoco station. Continental Oil
Company—Pioneers in Better in;} Ameri
ca's oil with Synthetics
CERTIFIED: I hereby certify that
the Death Valley Test and related work
were thoroughly and fairly conducted.
Engine Destruction occurred in each
case at the mile- _
Consulting Engineer, who during Academic year St Pro
_ fessor of Automotive Engineering,
ARBUTHNOT OIL CO.
Conoco Gasoline and Germ Processed Oils
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