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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1941)
John Galligan of Denver vsited
his aunt Mrs. E. N Flood and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy McNally
and family came up from Gothen
bury Sunday, to visit relatives
and friends. They returned to
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
|’ TICHATA'S FINE BAND
HORSE SHOW *.
WEEK OHM |«th %
STARTING OUI%,» fu £
OCTOBER 11 I
FEATURING: I K
World # largul 4-H Baby Beef Show
—Gigantic Carlot Show and Auction H
Sale#—12)0,000 Fine Horse Show— ^B
Colorful Band and Drum Curpa Con- pj
t—Gor;:eoue Flower Show! JBfe
Added Attractions: | j|
SUNDAY AND MONDAY! If
VICTOR McLAGLEN'S FAMED ■
LIGHT HORSE TROOP g
Direct iron Hollywood. In Pereon. ^B
TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY; ^
BOB HAWK 1
In Peraun Presenting l.veraharp’a y ,;r
"TAKE IT Radio Qui, j i
' or LEAVE IT*' Prn«,*m
P- m Hov’» Stun Man
L. D. Fraley of Omaha arrived I
here Sunday and is renewing old
acquaintances this week. Mr. Fra-1
ley was Swift salesman for this
territory several years ago.
Rev V C. Wright has been re- ]
turned to the Methodist church
in O’Neill for the fourth year. In
’addition to being pastor Mr,
Wright is Chairman of the Board!
of Ministerial Training of the Ne
braska annual conference. One ol
the delightful experiences for him
in the recent conference was at
the annual dinner of the under
graduates when they presented
him with a beautiful walnut desk
i chair. There are about sixty li
ceniates in this group.
Circle two of the rresnyterian
Church held an old time supper
| and party in the church parlors
i Thursday evening, which was a
1 real success. The menu, costumes
and entertainment were of an
early day. Mrs. Mable Gatz, Mrs
L. A. Burgess and Mrs Fred Rob
ertson were voted as having the
most perfect early day costumes—
although there were a numbei
that were very outstanding. May
we have more informal affairs
like this in our church.
Mr. and Mrs. James Robertson
of Sioux City, Iowa, visited rel
atives over the week end. While
here Mr. Robertson received word
that he was being transferred
to Alliance, Nebr., as office man
ager of the Fairmont Creamery.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Crabb
and daughter left Wednesday
I morning for Pocasset. Oklahoma,
to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Cron.
■ ■ ■ ■ —
George T. Robertson has been
transferred from Tekamah to
Omaha where he will be acting
Supervisor for the F. S. A.
Mrs. Anna McCartney went to
Butte Sunday to visit friends and
relatives for the day.
Abe Saunto left Monday for
Columbus to visit his daughter
Mrs. L. H. Lohr.
Henry Grady and daughter
Mrs. Arthur King and Miss Geral
dine Cronin went to Grand Island
Saturday after Mrs. Grady’s
mother Mrs. J. F. Hayes of Los
Angeles, Calif, who will visit
here for several months.
Mr. and Mrs. John Garrett of
Seattle, Washington, came Friday
and visited at the P. J. Lansworth
home and other relatives until
Wednesday when they left for
Missouri and Kansas.
Mrs. James S. Evans arrived in
O’Neill Tuesday evening from
Grand Island where she will take
care of some business affairs be
fore returning to Grand Island
Mrs. William Gatz and Mrs.
Majale Gatz and son, Eddie, left
for Omaha Wednesday to visit
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Schroder for a week.
Mrs. William Gatz entertained
her bridge club Monday evening
at her home. Mrs. C. J. Gatz
and Mrs. William Gatz won the
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Harper spent
the week end in Sioux City, la.,
Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Gleason of
Randolph were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. ' t Harty Sunday.
M ft ^urner and daughter
Shirley Ann, and son Jimmy Paul
arrived Monday from Winner. So.
Dak. to visit her mother Mrs.
Theresa Connelly for a week.
Mrs. James Walling entertained
two tables of bridge at her home
Monday evening in honor of Miss
Geraldine Cronin who is leaving1
for Chicago the latter part of the
week. Mrs. Esther Harris and
and Mrs. Robert Smith Jr. won
Mr. and Mrs. B. Tanner of
Cozad, Nebr., were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Seth Noble Thursday
and Friday. They were enroute
from S. D., to their home.
SAMMY HAVEN AND HIS
Crystall Ball Room
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1
f*'*h Central Nebraska
1 Association’s If
jj ' ' Annnal Fall
j BULL SALE I
Saturday, Octoder 4th |
Lilt of Consignors and IheBreeding of the Bulls
JACK BRITTON, Burwell, Nebr.. Herd Sire—Kriss Dom- 1
ino. Prince Domino C. 8th, Real Prince D. 13th.
F. E. WENTWORTH, Mills, Nebr., Herd Sire—Linton Anx- if
iety. Beau Promino 83rd, Paladin Mixer.
N. E. RIPLEY. Springview. Nebr.. Herd Sire—Beau Delsen tl
FRED N. PETERS & SON, St. Libory, Nebr., Herd Sire—
Battle Domino 20th, Baron Domino 64th.
GEORGE SPRAGUE. Springview, Nebr., Herd Sire—Dom- if
ino Onward 8th. *
E. R. NELSON, Springview, Nebr., Herd Sire—Beau Delson
For Catalog Address
W. E. RIPLEY, Sec'y-Treas.. SPRINGVIEW. NEBR.
Sunfi /l New Stifle 'Ih'Ull and
GREATER VALUE STANDARD fa the M Qamilif!
"Star Brana ^ ^ to $7'3W
Our Shoes are and will have leather in all vital parts, which are: Sole, Insole, Counter, and Upper
CORNER GOLDEN HOTEL O'NEILL, NEBR.
Sat. & Monday, Sept. 27 & 29
In the face of Rising Prices Brown-McDonald brings to you
these Outstanding Dollar Day Values Saturday and Monday.
Not ordinary Dollar Values, but values that ordinarily sell up
to $1.50 and $2.00 made possible by special purchases. Quan
tities are limited so don't comb your hair or change your dress
but hurry down for best selections.
■ Outing Flannel
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■ 36 Inch. Dark or Light, I
B 36 in. Stripes, Checks, Plaids, I
fl Fancy Pillows I
IIS'! | 3 I
jp Large ones, small ones. Hand
fe made of drapery fabrics. 2 FOR !
4 Gift Bar fl”
B Everything in Gifts and Prizes! ^B
it Always the newest thing. 25c to ^B i
38 to 44. Heavy cotton fancy
sweaters for hard wear.
I Wash Dresses
$1.39 value. A bargain you will
not see for a long time. Buy
several. Fast color. 14 to 44 _
4 80 Square Prints !jfl
^ Fast color, short lengths. No T®
B more at this price when these B
are gone. 12 YARDS ..
I Work Shirts ^
Special purchase. 1412 to 16. (t* Bp
Irregulars of better Twills, J)*§
Chambreys, and Gabardine. T K
I Silk Hose 1
t Sises 8l/i to 10Vi. Irrei
■ of our 79c grade. All new
g shades 2 PAIRS FOR__ .
Big! Thirsty! Plaid, Stripe,
Checks. 4 FOR_ ,
I Girls' Dresses *8
jj| 1 to 14. Cinderellas made by
V the makers of Shirley Temple B
E Dresses. Fast color
I Rag Rugs
jfl $1.29 value. Woven Plaids,
H Stripes. Fancys, Plain
K colors. Washable___
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