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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1941)
Over the County
MEEK AND VICINITY
The Ladies Aid met on Wed
nesday afternoon with MrB. Elmer
Devall. After the business meet
ing, lunch wasserved by the host
ess. The next meeting will be with
Mrs. George Hansen.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rector spent
Friday evening at the A. L. Borg
Mary Luber spent Wednesday
with her sister Mrs. Vernie John
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Devall ami
family were dinner guests at the
Alvin Klopper home near In
Gwen McKim of Redbird spent
the past week with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller
entertained several at dinner on
Saturday evening in honor of he'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Worth
who were celebrating their twenty
fifth wedding anniversary.
Little Dally Hood is now visiting
her sisiter Mrs. Wilbur Sydow.
Jouis and Earl Storjaham, and
Virgil Butske of Phoenix were sup
per guests at the Will Devall
home on Sunday.
May McGowan and Gerald and
Mary Langon spent Tuesday with
Mrs. E. H. Rouse.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Johsnon
were dinner guests on Sunday at
the Andrew Johnson home.
Mrs. George Nelson entertained
on Sunday for Mrs. Libby Nelson
who was celebrating her birthday.
Several friends gathered at the
Andrew Johnson home on Thurs
day evening to help Luetta cele
brate her thirteenth birthday.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
John McClellani Glenna Lee, Jo
Ann, Johnny and Mary Jane, Mr.
and Mrs. George Rector, Helen,
Ralph, Freddie and Eddie, Charles
Sorenson, Mrs. Delia Harrison and
Mary, Donavon, Nadine and Bobby
Henifin and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Devall, Dwayne and Bennett.
After a pleasant evening ice cream
and cake was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jones and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Devall motored to North Platte
on Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Cecil Griffith and son, returning
home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lowry are
the proud parents of a baby boy
born Saturday at the Lynch hos
Leander Duereke spent Sunday
at the W. S. Devall home.
Vernie and Hiram Johnson mo
tored to Omaha on Wednesday to
attend the races in which their
father’s horse Kings Porter ran.
rs. Moosman and family, ac
companied by Tom Watson, drove
to Madison Tuesday.
The Harmony Club meet at Mrs.
Leslie Caster’s Tuesday. A delicious
lunch was served and every one
had an enjoyable time.
Deloris Lynch and her mother,
Mrs. Dave Miller, visited Mrs. Rose
Bennett, of O’Neill, Tuesday.
Donna Hutton, a student at the
Saint Vincent Hospital, Sioux City,
Iowa, is viisiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Hutton.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sholes and
family, accompanied by Deloris
Lynch, drove to Madison Friday.
Margert Tickman of Denver,
Colorado, is visiting her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Laney.
Mrs. Sarah Sholes son, Jim and
Grandchildren Ruthie, Mary Lou,
and Ralph Herald visited Mr. and
Mrs. John Hawk and family, ol
Albert and Dave Anson, of
Orchard, visited Mr. and Mrs. Del
bert Sholes and family Sunday.
Mrs. Jenny Wilcox returned home
Saturday night with her son
George, of Lincoln.
Miss Catherine Sobotka returned
home Sunday after visiting at the
home of Mrs. Donald Wolf, o.
Donald Keyes, J. T. Thompson
and Richard Sholes took Donald
Jacox to the Overton Ranch, 35
miles South West of Atkinson, Sun
day where he is employed.
Mrs. Leonard Liedy and Mrs.
Walter Jacox visited at the Don
ald Wolf home at Meadow Grove
Miss Hazel Fraka and Bill Wat
son, student at the University of
Nebraska, are home on their sum
Mrs. John Young spent the wees
end at the Art Kropp home in
Mrs. Harly Miller, of Charles
City, Iowa, visited the home of
Mrs. Dave Miller Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Strong
and family, O’Neill, visited Mrs.
Dave Miller Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Watson, John
and Carlyn, visited in Lincoln over
the week end.
Walt Rouse of the Coast Guards
Miss Norma Sheets, of O’Neill
has been visiting her Aunt, Mrs.
Beulah Luedtke, Mrs. Ruth Zim
merman, Mrs. Elmer Luedtke and
children, of Arcadia were Thurs
day visitors at the Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Sawyer home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Vrooman
and children, of Venus, visited
at the home of Mrs. Vrooman’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fraka
Mrs. Elzebeth McKim of O’Neill,
visited her daughter, Mrs. Arthur
Englehaupth and family, Satu-day
M. and Mrs. W. McClurg and
daughters returned home Wednes
Rev. E. B. Maxcy left Sunday
for a visit with relatives in Omaha
Mrs. William Muller, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs.
L. Kerbel, left for her home in New
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Steams and
children visited relatives in O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins,
of O’Neill, visited their parents
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hancock,
of O’Neill, visited Mrs. Mary Han
Jim Coventry and family vis
ited Mr. R. Turner of Chambers
W. H. Brittlecome, of Oakdale,
was in Inman on business Sat
L. L. Club meet Weednesdy after
noon at the Mrs. William Kelly
home. A delicious lunch was served,
everyone had an enjoyable time.
Mrs. J. C. Sparks and family
of Amarillo, Texas arrived Mon
day morning for a visit with her
sister Mrs. Frank Foreman and
other relatives around Emmet.
A. J. Storms, of Creston, Iowa
is here for several days to start
the blue grass work.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wayman and
family visited at the Wm Schmohr
home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Ben Bockman, who was very
ill last week iin a Stuart Hospital,
is now improving. Everyone hopes
she will keep on doing so.
Mrs. Thomas Peacock and Grant
were Sunday visitors at the Walter
Vargarson home in Newport.
Keith Abart accompanied Fritz
Kelly of O’Neill on a trip to Omaha
last Saturday. They returned Mon
Mrs. Clara Cole has been quite ill
the past- few days but is improv
Melvin Fox visited at the How
ard Pettijohn home Sunday.
On Mr. Burges’ arrival home
from a Stuart hospital a week ago,
nearly twrenty five friends visited
him the next Sunday. The after
noon was spent in visiting. Mr.
Burge appreciated their call very
The Ehimet Epworth League en
joyed a weiner roast Wednesday
evening. The pai’ty was purely
Western everyone trying to dress
the part the best.
Dooald Coleman of Pheonix, Neb
raska, spent the week end visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Luben vis
ited at the Robert Fox home Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Strode of
Dwight, Nebraska, visited at the
C. A. Henry home Tuesday even
ing, Mrs. Strode was formerly
Minnie Wondercheck of Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard McConnell
entertained Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Schaffer and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Alex McConnell at dinner
Gladys Schmohr spent the week
end at the home of her parents.
Jimmie and Merle Foreman,
Walter Schmohr and Nayadene Kee
visited at the Guy Beckwith home
The Community Club enjoyed a
pleasant evening at the Price home
on the Lee Ranch Friday night.
Everyone also enjoyed the dance
on the porch late in the evning.
Mr. and Mrs. Waited Puckett and
family drove to Bassett Sunday
on a little pleasure trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Sporan.of Nor
folk, were visitors at the C. A.
Henry home Friday evening.
Happy Home Makers Club
The Happy Homemakers met at
the home of Mrs. Haddin Geary,
We discussed our plans for the
On June 16 we plan to meet at
the home of Mrs. John Steskel,
All ten members were present.
Miss Norman Hopkins and Mr.
Stout were guests.
Marie and Marlene Geary were
hostesses and served lunch.
Now is the time to subscribe for
The Frontier, 02.00 per year.
Happy Hour Club
The Happy Hour Project Club
met at the home of Mrs. Arthur
O’Neill on Mondayt June 2.
After the noon luncheon the
leaders led a discussion on the im
portance of vitamins in the daily
diet and the best methods of can
ning fruits and vegetables.
Nine members and two visitors
were present at the meeting.
An enjoyable afternoon was
spent by all present.
Miss Dorothy Jordan returned on
Saturday from Lincoln, where she
has been attending the State Uni
versity, to spend he summer vac
ation with her mother, Mrs. Ann
Jimmie Herre, a student at the
University of Nebraska, arrived
home on Sunday to spend a few
days visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. M. Herre. He will then
go to Kansas City, where he will
spend the rest of his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mapes, of
Joilet, Illinois, visited here on Fri
day and Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Protivinsky.
From here they w-ent to San Fran
cisco, California, where they will
make their home in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Smith, Sr.
and Mr. Smith’s mother, Mrs. C.
T. Smith, of Council Bluffs, Iowa,
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The Frontier, O’Neill, Nebr.
returned on Monday evening from
a vacation to Tacoma, Washington,
where they visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ord, and
with their son, Charlie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Biglin, and
daughters. Betty and Jean, left on
Sunday for Lincoln, where they
attended the graduation exercises
of the University of Nebraska,
when their son, Robert was grad
uated from the medical school.
They returned home Tuesday after
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arbuthnot
and Mrs. R. L. Arbuthnot drove
to Sioux Ctty, Iowa, on Tuesday,
where they met Miss Roberta
Arbuthnot of Washington, D. C.,
who will spend the summer vaca
tion here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Arbuthnot, and other
The marriage ceremony of Mr.
Phillip E. Lee, of Clearwater, Neb
raska, and Miss Been Florence
Cary, of Clearwater, Nebraska,
was held at the Presbyterian Manse
of this city on June 9, Dr. J. E.
Spencer, officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Lee are taking a trip through the
Give your pullets the Act
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 on *ced
Greatest loss from Coccidioais is in w
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,
‘ STOCKMEN ’
Good prices and brisk demand.
An Ideal Combination. If you
have Livestock to sell, con
sign them to us.
Sale Every Monday!
O'NEILL LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO
Phone 2 .O’Neill, Nebr.
Ties Are a Good Gift!
Traditional gift . . . ties this year
are more welcome than ever.
These are tailored of non-crush
fabrics, wool lined for longer life
and a neater knot. Diagonals,
small spaced figures, solidr. Many
Others 40c and 69c
west and will make their home
near Nampa, Idaho.
Mr, and Mrs. E. E. Deao, of St.
Paul, Minn., left for their home
Sunday after spending the past
week with Mrs. Devo’s parents
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hendricks of
near Middle Branch. Miss Mabel
Hendrick accompanied them and
will attend summer session of the
University of Minnesota.
Mrs. Mary Sanders, of Great
Falls, Montona, arrived here on
Thrusday to make an extended
visit with her brother, John Pro
tivinsky and his family. She will
then go to Shelby, Mississippi,
where she will make her home in
Mrs. Claude Johnson and daugh
ter, Barbara, expect to leave on
Friday for their home in Sioux
Falls, S. D. Her two sons, Joe and
Bobby will spend the balance of the
summer here visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pro
tivinsky and Mr. and Mrs. L. 0.
Mrs. A. M. King, Miss Geraldine
Cronin and Miss Lenore Brown of
Sioux City, Iowa, returned on Sun
day from a weeks vacation spent in
Colorado, where they visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mont
gomery at Trindad, Colorado, and
with relatives and friends at Den
J. B. Ryan left on Tuesday for
Sioux City, Iowa, where he will
visit his sister, Miss Mary Ryan,
and then go to Chicago, Illinois,
where he will attend the graduation
excercises of De Paul University,
on Wednesday afternoon, when his
son, Joseph, will be graduated from
the law school of that university.
Mr. Ryan expects to return home
Last Sunday Joseph Steskal went
down to Omaha for the Nebraska
Deaf Alumni picnic.,, which W*
attended by about 200 deaf people
form all over the state. He also
visited Boy’s fown and inspect
ed all the new buildings, including
the church. He also had visit with
Father Flannigan who told him
that he was glad that Joe was now
the owner of a barber shop in
O’Neill. Joe was a former member
of Boy’s Town, being there £rom
1932 to 1936.
The marriage ceremony of Mr.
Leon Richardson, of Brocksburg,
Nebraska, and Miss Twila A. Hitch
cock, of Jamison, Nebraska, was
held at the Presbyterian Manse
of this city on June 3, Dr. J. J\
Spencer officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Richardson expect to make their
home at Jamison, Nebraska.
READ THE AD$
Along With the New
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 13 and 14
National Fitness Efforts!
NANCY ANN ENRICHED WHITE BREAD to
produced to help you have a good, nourishing daily
diet as the nation prepares for defense. It offers
you a splendid source of two important Vitamins
(including VITAMIN Bi) and iron. This loaf has
been enriched to meet the requirements proposed
by the Committee on Food and Nutrition of the
National Research Council for “Enriched Bread.”
NANCY ANN WHITE BREAD
1/» Ounce 11 Pound 1A
10 Loaf. 1 2 Loaf ... 1UC
Under the Superb label you buy toma
toes, not water. Cans are so full of red,
ripe whole tomatoes there Is little room
left for water.
No. 2 11/*
Can ... lit
Dozen d»l OQ
24 No. 2 Cans .
Preserved In a
good table syrup
2 ^ 17c
CANDY poS"1 "‘"i.14c
Vanilla Wafers 2 23c
RAISINS Seediesshed... 2 Bax 15c
| Kellogg’s Rice Krispies .10c
Exchange the empty
bags for 22 carat
Golden pattern dishes
3 lbs.. DO
Golden Brown Sugar 2fc12c
Bulk Sair Dates 2 &.25c
Bisc-O-Bit Crackers 2fl“,19c
Ma Brown Bread Friday Feature
May be had in reg
ular or drip grind.
Packed in tin or glass
Pound ... .24c ’
2 Jar ... 45C
California Sardines .9c
DERBY BRAND 2 No. | Cans . . 9c
Potted Meat 2 No. I cans .. 13c
Pancake Flour ,,y. ...19c
TC A % Pound Black 31* OO
1 L/l Vj Pound Green.
PLAIN AND KOSHER
DILL PICKLES, quart 15c
Toilet Soap | *7c
3 cakes for * ■
10 bars for.
Super Suds 1 Ac
24-oz. pkg. . *
9-oz. pkg. 10c 1 Qc
19-oz. pkg.. IV
Dozen . |
Best for Juice,
GREEN TOP CARROTS .. bch. 4c
NEW CABBAGE .pound 3c
Per 1 o
Per I o
RING LIVER SAUSAGE, lb. 16c
BOLOGNA gSr.. ,1b. 16c
GROUND PURE BEEF, lb.17c
FCY. WIDE BACON ™ 25c
Native Corn Fed Beef,
Tender, Juicy, Well Cov
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