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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1941)
Miss Grace Connolly went to
* the west coast for a visit a few
weeks ago. Now word comes
from there that she had accepted
a position with the Bell Tele
phone company at Beverley Hills,
Owing to the Special Annual Calf Show and
Auction next Monday, Sept. 29, we suggest that
you hold your miscelleaneous stock until the
following Monday, October 6.
However, we will sell anything that conies
in, and will give cash on all consign
ments—calf and otherwise—the best service
possible under the existing conditions.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29
O'NEili LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Cc
Phone 2 -> O’Neill, Nebr
Where Buyer and Seller Meet
Fifth Annual Holt County
Calf Show And Sale
O’Neil] Commercial Club O’Neill Business Men
Holt County Farm Bureau
Monday, September 29, ’41
O’Neill Sale Pavilion
Sale advertised in Omaha Stockman Journal, Chicago Dro
vers Journal. World Herald, Nebraska Farmer
The buyers will be here, bring in your calves.
James W. Rooney, Manager Lyndle R. Siout, Manager
California, and enters upon her
new duties next Monday. Miss
Grace has been with the Bell Tel
ephone company here for the past
six years and her position with
the company in California is a
decided advancement. Her many
O'Neill friends tender congratu
, Mrs. Margaret Allen of Page,
Mrs. Donald Allen of Lynch, Mrs.
L. W. Hines and Miss Mary Jo
Allen of O’Neill, spent the week
end at Lake Okoboji and Storm
Mr and Mrs. F. A. Peterson and
daughter, Irene, of Moline, 111.,
and Mrs. J. D. Maben, of Fremont,
Nebr., were here Saturday visit
ing old time friends, after a va
cation trip spent on the west
^ast and in So kota. Mrs.
•son was Alma
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Miss n c is taking a
weeks vac£ ‘ in the M. M.
Cafe and spem •< it at Meek vis.
iting her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Ross cele
bated their fifty-second wedding
aniversary on Monday September
22, 1941. They spent the afternoon
at the home of their son at At
kinson where refreshments were
served. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. N. M. Ross, Elmer Ross,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Ross and
son, Edward. That evening their
grandson, Arhur Miller, and his
wife and a couple of friends of
Neligh stopped at the home of
his grandparents to wish them
many happy returns of the day.
Mrs. Franklin Eppenback of At
kinson, was a pleasant caller at
this office last week and order
ed the Frontier sent to their ad
dress for the coming year, so hey
could keep posted upon the hap
penings in this big country of
Mrs. Myrtle Manzer has accept
ed a position at the National Farm
Loan Association and started to
work Monday. This position was
formerly occupied by Miss Mar
garet Shearer who has accepted a
position in Holloywood, Calif.
Saint Mary’s Academy gave a
dance at the gymnasium Tuesday
night. Almost all of the school
children came. The dance was
given in honor of the Freshman
and a song was sung for them.
Dancing was from eight till
eleven and then the crowd sang
Good Night Sisters and went
home, all reporting having a very
Miss Mary Welsh returned from
Wilcox, Nebr., Sunday after
spending two w'eeks visiting her
sister Mrs. Ernie Wagner.
R. W. Adkins of Norfolk has ac
cepted a position with the Cen
tral Finance Corporation.
Arbuthnot, daughter Ro
1 son Jack returned
Omaha Friday where |
mot had been for medi
** Pete Heriford left Satur
day -or Lewis Town, Montana,
called there by the illness of her
brother-in-law George Henry.
Anton Toy returned Friday
from Omaha where he had been i
to attend Market Week.
Vernon Craig has resigned his
position at the Cheverolet Garage
and plans to move to Page in the
near future where he is going to
run a restaurant.
Miss Lorainne Penne and her
nephew, Jimmy Hausman, left
Monday for Elgin, Nebraska,
where they plan to spend the rest
of the week visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Penne.
Larry Kirwin left Wednesday
for Los Angeles, California,
where he plans to find work.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Steenbock
of Laurel were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Walling over the week
end. . 1 -I-HW
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► O’Neill, Nebraska (
Mr. and Mrs. Boshart, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Lans worth and
daughter of O'Neill, Mrs. Dwight
Hammerlun of Spencer and Miss
Aileen Kerns of Coffee, Missouri,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Bos
hart at Kearney, Nebr., Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Klinler
came down from Gregory, S.
D„ and s p e n t the week end with
his parents and other relatives.
Mrs. Anna Jordan and daugh
ter Dorothy Ann and Mrs. Cath
erine Keiser went to Sioux
City, Iowa, Tuesday. From there
Dorothy Ann left for Philidel
phia, Pa., to visit relativ
Mr. and Mrs. A i
spent Thursdp ■
Mr. and Mrs. A
tives here Wednesdp
Misses Lanone Miles a
garet Martin returned
Omaha Sunday after spei
several days visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Verzal and
son came up from Wayne Satur.
day and spent the week end with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mr. and Mrs. James Rooney
spent Friday in Burwell on busi
Mr. and Mrs. Ryland Parker
and Dayle Hewett of Ainsworth
returned from Oklahomn 'ity,
Oklo., Sunday whe'- \ac.
spent several d y: js
Rev. Fortune, formerly pastor
of the Methodist church, was in
O’Neill Sunday on his way home
to Hemingford, Nebraska, after
attending cconference in Lincoln.
‘Stopped Eating Things I Liked
’’Stopped Eating Things I Liked
because of gas, sour stomach and
heartburn. ADLERIKA relieves
me. Now I eat anytthing I like.”
(J. M., Ark.) If spells of consti
pation upset YOU, try quick-act
ing ADLF.RIKA today.
Mr, Farmer ■
issue [ l-ed with Commo
^ Corpon t'>n grains.
’nd se * p . _y is wanted.
!LLT,aPIE, Insurance Ageni
I FRIDAY and SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 and 27
“CERTIFIED” FOOD VALUES
Sale specials along with all other purchases made at Council Oak’s every day low
prices are ‘Certified” Values and backod by the Council Oak 100% guarantee
of complete satisfaction. This explains why so many thrifty shoppers buy practi
cally all of their food requirements at Council Oak. They have found Council
Oak to be “A Safe Place to Save.”
25c and .. 1 «/C
K- ... 25c
II Fresh Fillets of I
HADDOCK, pound .25c |
Whiting Fish, per lb... lOcI
11Pork Loin Roasts and Chops, . .pound 27c and 19c I
if I Sugar Cured
I [Sliced Bacon, V2 jfc... 14c
Beef Hearts, per lb. .. 17c
For Cocktails and
T & G
Full Ripe Halves.
2 No. 2i/a or
I GINGER SNAPS EL. 10c
POWDERED . 2 13c
I ELITE JELLIES 6 Popular Flavors .. *. .Lb. 12c
MORNING LIGHT flgjS VINEGAR, Qt. Bottle 12c
II Ocean Spray
46-oz. Can 29c
2 OanfZ: 19c
Jar ... Li C
| BULK SAIR DATES, 2-lb. Cello Bag.27c
| BEANS ffy" 4 £,25c
CLAPP’S FOOD ?SZB-.15c S..13c ■
Exchange the empty
hags for 22 carat
(<«ld pattern dishes.
Pound ... 26c
MA BROWNwJSeat BREAD
OUR EVERY FRIDAY FEATURE
Nut Mpatcs “ -12c
nut meats i5C
May be had in reg
ular or drip grind.
Parked in tin or
2 £.. 52c
DWARFIES WHEAT MIX, Package . .. 22c■
Sanitary Napkins iuJS.27c
Toiletry ir,?.A ^ 25c I
See Council Oak for a Quantity price on your favoiitc
apple for eating out of band, for sauce, for pies, for dump
lings and for delicious apple Jelly.
FRESH CRANBERRIES, lb. ISc
j PASCAL CELERY ffit.8c
(ICEBERG LETTUCE SST..8c
(NORTHERN CABBAGE, lb. 2V2c
1 FRESH DUO JERSEY
SWEET SPUDS, 10-lb. bag , ,25c
Toilet Soap, /% I
Per Cake.OC B
Crystal White I
6 Giant Bars . j
SUPER SUDS I
24-oz. Pkg., 21c, rr
Giant Package .... OjC 9
K LEK~ " |
9-oz. Pkg., lOc, ■
19-oz. Pkg. lyClj
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