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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1941)
)ver the County
Jim Sholes spent the week end in
Winner, South Dakota, visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Bi.l Thompson of
Norfolk, spent the week end visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson.
Nobert Sholes of the C. C. Camp,
Madison, is spending a week s va
cation with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Delbert Sholes.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hawk of Ew
ing, spent Thursday visiting Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Cropp and
Mrs. Bill Young of Ewing, spent
uqop 'SJW Pu8 ^urjisiA Xupuj
The Coffee Club met at the home
of Mrs. Earl Watson Thursday.
All present reported a grand time.
Mrs. Ralph Stevens, of Page,
spent Friday visiting her mother,
Mrs. Bob Conrod.
Miss Harriet Melbern spent the
week end in Lincoln.
A miscellaneous shower was
given Wednesday afternoon for
Mrs. Don Brickey, formerly Miss
Donna Myer, at the home of Mrs.
John Anspach. A delicious lunch
was served and the bride received
many useful gifts.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper and
son Jimmy, of Orchard, were Sun
day visitors at the Jim Thompson
Mrs. Bob Conrod and raiy are
visiting at the George Conxod
home north of O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Herold Ticknor and
family of Denver, Colorado, visited
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Laney Friday and Saturday of last
Mrs. John Anspach visited her
daughter Mrs. John Conrod in Em
met last week end.
Helen Anspach, who is working
in Atkinson, visited her mother,
Mrs. John Anspach in Inman
Thusrday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson
of Omaha visited in Ifiman over the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore at
tended the funeral of Mr. Moore’s
step-mother at Gregory, South Da
The Epworth League held a
doughnut sale last Thursday, to
earn money to send students to the
Institute. Another doughnut sale
will be held June 12.
Mrs. Anon Nemic, Miss Glenis
Johnson and Dorothy of Spencer
visitor their grand mother, Mrs.
Miss Rachel Salmon of O’Neill,
is employed at the Jim Gallagher
Miss Josephine Conger is visit
inb Miss Neva Stewart of Page.
Ellen Louise Christenson of Ew
ing spent last week visiting her
aunt Mrs. Delbert Sholes.
The Harmony Clob met at Mrs.
Walter Jacox’s Saturday night. All
present reported a grand time.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Shole and
family and Sarah Laura Sholes
spent Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Herald Christenson of Ewing.
LaVern Lynch, Robert Moosman,
Vergel Thomlinson and Robert
Hutton of C. C. Camp Madison,
spent the week end in Inman.
Earl Stevens of the C. C. Camp
Albion, spent the week end visit
ing relatives in Inman.
Mrs. A. R. Tadely and grandson
of Gordon spent last week visiting
Mr. and Mrs. John Young.
Mrs. Arthur Englenaupt and
daughters, Janet and Patty, visit
ed relatives in Burke, South Da
kota last Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Morsback
and daughter, Lois, were O'Neill
Roy Goree of Long Pine, Ne
braska, visited his mother, Mrs.
Mary Godee, in Inman Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brittell, who
have been visiting the last week in
Neligh, returned home last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Conrod, of
Neligh, visited relatives in Inman
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson of
Omaha, visited Mrs. Johnson’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mors
back, from Friday until Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Noe and
son of Orchard, visited Mrs. Noe’s,
father, W. H. Chicken, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Worak of
White River, South Dakota, visited
Mrs. Worak’s father, Mr. Frank
Watson and family, in Inman Fri_
day. Then accompanied by Mrs.
Watson and children they drove to
Middlebranch, where they attended
a family picnic.
Mrs. Blanche Brown and daugh
ter of Pender, Nebraska and Jim
Monloney of Pender, visited at the
Frank Watson home in Inman Fri
Mrs. Maggie Siders and son, Ev
erett and daugher Beulah Grace,
of Emmet, were visitors at the J.
T. Thompson home in Inman Sun
Robert Jackson, of Souix City,
Iowa, visited friends in Inman
Mark Claude, of Blair, was in
i Inman on business Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. George McKim, of
Albuquerque, New Mexico, and
Mrs. Elizabeth McKim, of O’Neill,
were dinner guests Tuesday at the
Arhur Englehaupt home.
Mrs. E. Clark, of O'Neill, arrived
in Inman Monday for several days
visit with the Frank Watson fam
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stearns and
sons Robert and Donald visited rel
atives in O’Neill Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peacock,
Grant and Mildred, drove to New
port Memorial day where they vis
ited. Mildred remained at the Dail
Vetters home to visit seveihl days.
Mrs. Ben Bachman entered a
Stuart hospital Sunday where she
underwent a serious operation on
Tuesday morning. At the last re
port she was improving.
Mrs. A1 Grehn and daughter, El
len, of Fremont, came Monday
morning to visit at the home of
her father, W. R. Tenborg.
Art Burge returned to his home
Friday after being in the Stuart
hospital for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mollencoff,
of Norfolk, visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry, Fri
Mr. and Mrs. John U. Olson of
St. Cloud, Minnesota, called at the
W. R. Tenborg home Monday mor
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makers of Johnson’s Wax. Introdution price,
50c per pint.
Mrs. Jim O’Connors and Mary
belle returned home Sunday after
visiting Miss Mable Perkins in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foremon
drove to Ewing Friday for Mem
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cole, Bud.
Bobbie and Lois, returned Tuesday
afternoon from an eleven day trip
through ten western and surround
ing states. They enjoyed their trip
very much but were glad to be
Donna Fox was honor guest at
a birthday party Saturday for her
tenth birthday. Several little
guests were invited, all brining
Dale French and Warren Bur
gess of O’Neill, visited Zane Cole,
the past week.
Reo, Thomas Peacock left Mon
day for summer school at Lincoln,
which he will attend for two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickmite,
of West Point arrived last Tues
day to visit at the Charles Henry
home. They returned to their home
Mrs. Charles Fox, Robert, Mar_
ie, Gilbert, Lyle and Larry, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Kloppenberg Al
vin and Ernest drove to Hastings
Saturday where they spent the
week end visiting relatives and
Arthur Jurgensmeier left Sun
day morning for California where
he expects to remain for some time.
Miss Alice Givens was honored
at a pre-nuptial shower at the
Harold GivenB home Sunday after
noon. Many guests were present
and some beautiful gifts were re
ceived by the bride-to-be.
Mrs. Clarence Shaw and son
Grover and Jerry Tomjack called
at the Seth Hertel home near
Chambers Wednesday evening.
Mrs. J. H. Patterson has been
ill the past week, but is better at
Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Moore of El
gin, Nebraska, were visitors at the
Gaines Rzesgatorski home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrunk of At_
kinson also visited there that day.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foreman
and family drove to Chambers on
Sunday where they visited at the
Frank Tomjack home.
Mrs. Sadie Lamphere and sons
Fred and Lee of Omaha and Mrs.
Maude Fuller of O’Neill visited
Mrs. Clara Cole Sunday.
Miss Phylis Brown of Stuart vis
ited Dorothy Fox over the week
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MEEK AND VICINITY
Fred Lendt of Omaha and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Lendt of Grand
Island spent several days the past
week visiting relatives and friends
in this community.
John Steinburg and sister Marie
Steinberg of Orchard, and Mrs.
Frank Griffith of O’Neill were din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
► Rouse on Friday.
Mrs. Orville Peterson and daugh
ter Leone, and son Marvin and
Merrill and Twila Hicks of O'Neill
were supper guests of Mrs. Delia
Harrison on Friday.
Miss Esther Day of Minneapolis,
Minnesota arrived on Saturday to
visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Fox
and also conduct Bible school for
the next two weeks at the Pleas
ant Valley church.
Mr. and Mrs. August Karel, Mr.
and Mrs. Woidneck of Spencer and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karel motored
to Crofton on Saturday to see Fred
Richter who is seriously ill in a
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas and
family spent Sunday evening at
the Elmer Devall home.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Johnson
and Beverly and Vernon were din
ner guests on Sunday at the Char
les Luber home.
Naomi Johnson returned home
on Saturday after spending two
weeks with her sister, Mrs. James
Donlin of Inman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Borg and
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Robertson mo
tored to St. Paul, Nebraska on
Sunday taking Lois Jean and Eil
een Robertson there to attend Bus
iness College this summer.
SUNDAY, JUNE 8
and his 14 colored artists
SO MANY PEOPLE HAVE SWUNG OVER TO
FORD THIS YEAR WE’RE JAMMED WITH
TRADE-INS... WE’VE GOT TO MOVE ’EM
Thousands of Miles of
Carefree Driving in
these BARGAIN VALUES!
1937 Studebaker Sedan.
Good clean car at a
1935 Ford Sedan. Radio
and heater, A real buy.
1936 Ford Tudor. Lots
of miles for a small am
ount of money.
1938 Ford Tudor. Very
clean. Be sure to see
A WONDERFUL TRADE
On Your Old Car...
OUR BUDGET PLAN
Makes the Rest Easy!
Real Savings for
\929 Model A Coupe, Just
the car for children to drive
to school at only ....
1937 Dodgt Coupe very clean.
A bargain at only
1934 Ford Sedan. Runs and
loons like new. Must be seen
to be appreciated
Used FORD V-8’s
1935 Ford Tudor in good
shape at only . w
1934 Ford Tudor. Good de
Lohaus Motor Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peck of Ver
del were dinner guests at the Har
ry Fox home on Sunday.
A large crowd attended the
Memorial Day Program at the Pad
dock Union church. A very nice
program was rendered by the
young people of the community
who gave several readings and ex
ercises. The choir consisted of
Mrs. S. R. Robertson and daugh
ters Lois Jen and Eileen and Mrs.
A. L. Borg and daughters LaVern
and Helen. The Rev. Spencer of
O’Neill gave the address.
Helen, Ronald and Donald Borg
and Clarence Devall spent Tues
day evening at the Elmer Devall
Dinner guests on Friday at the
home of Mrs. E. H. Rouse were Mr.
and Mrs. Arden Johnson and fam
ily of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Wyant and family of O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mulhair of
Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lifford and son spent Friday at the
Don Hansen home.
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serve “Dairy Month" and see that Milk, Butter, Ice Cream and Cheese are gener
ously used on the family table during June.
_FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 6 AND 7
Fancy diced fruits in a
heavy syrup for sauce,
salad and cocktail.
ORANGE SLICES, pound.9c
F£incy Asstdi Cookies^ 2 b»i ... 25c
Kraft gsssar- . Milk Kr.8c
SUPERB CATSUP, 2 25c
Miller’s Corn Flakes, 2 15c
Fc’y Alaska Pink Salmon, 2£1 31c
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Pound Loaf, 7*, 1 A
lVi-Pound Loaf. lut
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On Sale Every Friday
at Connell Oak
“Superb** Cream Style Corn £°n 210c
SUPERB s,„„ RELISH &°*. 14c
Council Oak 22-Carat Gold Pattern Pound /»/*
rTlFPCIT Wishes in Exchange for 7JC hhp
Vv/rr r<H« the Empty Bags 3 Pounds . »»»
rn 4 a “A Mighty Fine Blend”
TAC-CUT 1 llb,rT"1” 24c 2 j»r ■ 45c
MACARONI Spaghetti . 2 Cello Bag . . 13c
Either sweetened or un
sweetened. Promotes an
appetite for breakfast. A
FLOlUiJ.-* .. ..
JUICE ORANGES, per doz.29c
Our Biggest and Best Orange Value
EXTRA FANCY WASHINGTON
WINESAP APPLES, 6 lbs. for . 29c
Excellent All-Purpose Apples
SUNKIST LEMONS, per doz. . 29c
RED RIPE TOMATOES, pound 10c
GREEN TOP CARROTS, 2 9c
NEW CABBAGE, pound ....... 3c
Large Club 4
FRANKFURTERS, pound 19c
BEEF STEAK 23c
Mild Yellow a a
LONG HORN CHEESE, lb.. Lie.
From Selected Pork Loins Pr,,ir. j ■% n
ROASTS & CHOPS IST-d ,18c
Native Corn Fed Beef,
Tender, Juicy, Well Cov
Pound 1 7c
22c and . ^ •
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