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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1941)
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* MEEK AND VICINITY
Harry Fox and son, Charles
left Friday for Verdel, Nebiaska
where they met Mr. and Mi's. Lloyd
Peck who drove them to Rochester,
Minnesota, where Harry will go
through the clinic there.
Charles Linn and Bernard Hynes
made a business trip to Ewing or
Several young folks of this com
munity enjoyed a party at the Blak,
Benson home on Thursday evening
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kaczor motor
ed to Spencer on Friday to see
Henry Kaczor who is in the hospital
there. Henry seems to be improv
Mrs. Charles Linn was a dinner
guest on Thursday at the Elmer
Dude Harrison and son, Billy, of
Chadron, arrived at the Delia Har
rison home on Saturday. Dude re
turning home and Billy remained
for several days visit.
La Vem Borg helped with the
work on Monday and Tuesday at
the George Rector home.
Mr. and Mrs. Duffy and son.
Aaron, and daughter Mabel, of
Ainsworth, spent Monday evening
at the S. R. Robertson home.
Opal Griffith, of North Platte.
( arrived on Monday and is now visit
ing at the home of her aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Borg.
Threshing is in full swing in
this vicinity early in the morning
and late at night.
Mr .and Mrs. Mad Henifin and
family spent, Sunday at the Floyd
Sanders home pegr O’Neill,
Helen Borg had the misfortupe
to get her hand in a wringer on
Monday, but was not hurt badly,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butterfield, of
Ewing, visited Miss Lovilla Stevens
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bordie and
granddaughter, Maryln and Sandra
of' Orchard, visited Mrs. Sarah
La Vem Lynch of the CC Camp,
Madison, visited his mother, Mrs.
Dave Miller, Sunday.
Albert, Dave and Gene Anson,
of Orchard, visited Mr. and Mrs.
Delbert Sholes Sunday.
Mrs. John Young is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Art Krupp, of Ewing.
Vergel Thomlinson of C. C
Camp, Madison, visited friends and
relatives over the week end,
P Mrs. Forrest Smith’s Sunday
School Class held a picnic Sunday.
Visitors were Mrs. Merton, Rev.
Maxey, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Smith, and Ardith Smith.
Ronald Dodd, of Atkinson, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Mon
Mrs. Ruth Watson and Mrs.
Earl Watson returned Monday from
Lincoln after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. Maxey has returned home
from Bayard, Nebraska, after vis
iting his son and daughter Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Maxey.
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Crosser
drove to O’Neill Tuesday, evening
and were overnight guests at the
Fay Brittell home.
Mrs. I. L. Watson and Mrs. E.
L. Watsori left Wednesday morning
for Lincoln, where they will visit
Mrs. Alma Miller, and Mrs. Harry
Addisson of Farnman, Nebraska,
and Mrs. W. T. Withers, of Los
Angles, California, visited Friday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude
M^r. and Mrs: Manuel CrOsser
visited relatives in Neligh and
Clearwater over the week end.
Mrs. Mitchel of Los Angles, Cali.
^ fomia, and Mrs. Elizebeth McKim
of Clearwater, spent Sunday and
Monday at the home of Mr. Mc
Kim’s daughter, Mrs. Arthur Engl
Hary Kestonholtz and daughter
Zettilda and son, Kenneth, left
Monday morning for Crook, Colo
rado, where they will visit relatives.
Miss Gertrude Wolford, of O’
Neill, is visiting this week at the
home of her sister Mrs. Dick
Stearns and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Dion Stearns drove
to Norfolk Sunday, where they vis
ited relatives, and met Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Marsh of Ennd, Okla
homa who were called to Inman on
account of the death of Mis.
Marsh’s mother, Mrs. Mary Han
Dorthy Johnson left for her home
in Spencer after spending the past (’>
weeks with her grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Keibel.
Miss Amy .Brown, of Wayne
South Dakota, stopped in Inman
Monday and visited at the home
of Lambert Kerbel. She and four
other companions were on their way
to California on a vacation.
George Simmons, from Battle
Creek, is here at Inman on a busi
ness trip and visiting F. W. Sim
Lewis Kopecky went to Central
City Thursday on business.
Miss Lillie Kopecky, of New
mans Grove, and Sally Hemmel, of
Lined ay, visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hopeeky over
the week end.
Mrs. Bill Strong and son of
O’Neill visited Mrs. Dave Miller o:
Mrs. Rose Bennett and son, Gail,
of O’Neill visited Mrs. Dave Miller
Bill Mosback, of Neligh, and Lily
Daneman, of Orchard, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Mrsback Sunday
Miss Deloris Lynch Visited Mrs.
Rose Bennett, of O’Neill, Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Brittell and
son, Dannie and Howard Newton
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Purdy and
baby of Laurel, Nebraska, were
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brittell.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perkins,
who has been on a trip in Dakota
returned to their home in Inman
Mr. and Mrs. George Conard and
sons and Patty Bowering of Meek
visited in Inman Saturday.
Mrs. Robert Conard returned to
Meek with them for a week’s visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Harriman
and son Harold of Clearwater, vis
ited at the Ralph Brittell home in
Inman Sunday evening.
Lewis Sobotka and son, Frank,
and Ralph Brittell drove to Cham
bers Sunday afternoon and visited
at the C. E. Brittell home.
Ed. Sholes and Henry Butter,
field of Ewing, were in Inman on
Miss Florence Malone of Omaha
spent the week end in Inman vis
iting her mother, Mrs. C. J. Malone.
Mrs. W. J. Biglin, son Bill, and
daughter, Rose Mary left on Mon
day for Jackson, Nebraska, where
they are vsiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Rumrnel re
ceieved word from their son, Albert,
of Sheldon, Iowa, that he has been
called into service and will be in
ducted into the army on August 4th
from Spirit Lake, Iowa.
Mrs. Charles Leyman and child
ren and Mrs. Catherine Keiser and
daughter, returned on Tuesday from
Custer, S. D., where they spent
the past week visiting at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Sutcliffe.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Birmingham,
and daughter, Lous Barabra and
Mardy, and Charley Stout left on
Monday for a two weeks vacation
trip, during which they will visit
friends in the west.
The 17th annual Group Gather
ing of Holt County Sunday Schools
will be held on BTagle Creek just
East of the Spencer Highway on
Sunday July 27th. There will be
forenoon and afternoon sessions
with basket dinner at noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Golden, son,
Jimmie and daugnter, Maxine, left
Thursday for Hampton, Iowa, where
Jimmie and Maxine will spend the
next month visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Jackqon.of
Sabetha, Kansas, left on Wednes-'
day for their home after visiting
here at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Bazleman, and other rela
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Schoeder
of Omaha, arrived on Saturday to
spend this week here visiting at
^he home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
!Gatz, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gatz, Mr.
'and Mrs. Jack Vincent and Mis. Ed.
Mr. and Mrs. George Martin and
son, Glen, of Los Angeles, Califor
nia, left Wednesday, after visiting
here at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Bazleman and Mr. and Mrs
Miss Kathleen Shorthill, Jim
Rooney, Mike Higgins, of Atkinson, i
and Lawrence Storjohn, of Spencer. |
leturned on Tuesday evening from
Winner, S. D., where they attended
a district meeting of the employees |
of the P. C. A.
Mrs. Mae Sprague and son Ken_
neth, of Valentine, Mrs. Albert
Pederson of Ashland, Oregon, and
Mrs. Harry Roseler and daughters
visited with their daughter and
sister Mrs. R. Noble and family j
near Star on Sunday.
John Connelly and Miss Grace!
Connelly drove to Granu island or.
Saturday, where they visited at trie
home of Mr. and Mis. Jim Tuor.
Miss Grace Tuor oi Madison, S. D„
who wa- visiting in Grand Island,
returned home with them, and wi.i
visit here for a few days.
Patrolman Harry Brt of the state
patrol, who has been stationed n
O’Neill lor the past three years
has been transfeired to Norfolk
effective August 1st. Patrolman
Ray Shorney, who has been station
| ed at Valentine, will come to O'Neill
! to succeed Patrolman Brt.
Roger Olmsted, who has been
employed at the Council Oak for
the past few years, has been trans
feree! to the store at Bassett, Nebr
aska, as assisant manager. Stuai t
Chambers of Niobrara, arrived on
Monday to take his place in the
Dr. and Mi*. O. W. French and
son, Dale, George A. French, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Sauers, Mr. and Mrs.
Pete Todson and family and Mrs
Ira Blairi. ot Mexico, Mo., left Sun_
day, July 20th for a two weeks
vacation in Northern Minnesota
During the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
Sauers Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hayes
will occupy the R. M. Sauers resid
Roy Osborne left early last Sun
day morning for Casper, Riverton
and other Wyoming points on his
annual fishing trip of ten days or
two weeks. While he is away he
expects to visit many of the famous
trouit ste^rms in that section, where
he has enjoyed the piscatorial art
for many years and always with
success, according to Roy. So we
expect to have some good fish
stories upon his return.
A. R. Tibbetts, better known as
“Art” who for many years operated
the west end Conoco service station,
has again taken charge of the sta
tion after an absence from the oil
game of a few years. He opened up
for business last Monday morning
and is now prepared to fill all the
motorists needs in the line of gas
oline, oils and service, and respect
fully solicits a share of the public’s
O’Neilll friends received word on
Wednesday of the death of Rex
Brown, a former manager of the
Armour plant here several years
ago. Mr. Brown had been in the
hospital in Kanasa City, Mo., for
some time, but was supposedly much
better, when he died of heart
trouble. The funeral will be on
Thrusday at Palmyra, Mo., with
burial in the cemetery there.
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This office is in rwirt of a letter
from Miss Maggie Gibbons, one of!
the old time residents of this city,
but who has for years been a resi
dent of Burtte, Mont., enclosing a re
newal of heT subscription to The
Frontier for another year. Miss
Maggie says The Frontier is eager
ly looked for eyery week and read
with pleasure for she says she has
such pleasant memories of the old
town. She and her sisters desired
to be remembered to their many old
friends in the city, which they call
home, although for many years they
have been residents of another city.
Results Of Games In
City Soft Ball League
July 21, Knights of Columbus 21,
Brown - McDonald 5.
July 22, Tri-State Product 21—
O’Neill All Star? 3.
July 23, All Star? 10 —Brown-1
Knights of Columbus 1 0
Tri-State Produce 1 0
O’Neill All Stars 1 1
Brown - McDonald 0 2
GAMES TO BE PLAYED
Thursday July 24, Knights of
Columbus vs Tri-State Produce.
Friday July 25, Knights of Colum
bus vs All Stars.
Monday July 28, Tri-State vs
Brawn - McDonald.
Tuesday July 29, Brown - McDon
ald vs Ail Stars.
Wednesday July 30, Knights of
Columbus vs Tri-State.
Thursday July 31, All Stars vs
Tri - State.
Friday August 1, Knights, of Cql
umbus vs Brown - McDonald.
Atkinson Boosters Here
A large delegation of Atkinson
residents were in the city last even
ing boosting for their Hay Day cele
bration, which will be held there on
August 4 and 5th. A large dele
! gation of O’Neill residents turned
! out to greet them on their arrival
and enjoyed the parade and the
stunts put on by the members of the
Atkinson delegation for the enter
tainment of the crowd. The Boost
trs put on a good celebration last
year and they claim that the one
they will put on this year will fa»
exceed that of last year, both as to
parades and the class of entertain
ment furnished their visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. Frjmk Oberle of
this city are rejoicingSov^r, tfie ar
rival of a new grandson, bom to
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie * Smith, of
Stuart, at the Stuart hospital on
Tuesday morning, July 22. Mr.
and Mrs. Smith are the parents of
three other children, all girls, and
this is the first son.
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