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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 4, 1941)
Miss Lois Moor arrived homo
on Wednesday night from Beat
rice, where she teaches, to spend
th Thanksgiving vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E
Students at the state Univer
sity who came home to spend
Thanksgiving with the parents
were: Grald Sobotka, Clifford So
botka. Donald and Marjorie Moor
and Hazel Fraka.
Ruth Jeanette Watson, who at
tends Wesleyan university at Lin
coln, arrived home Wednesday
night to spend the Thanksgiving
vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Watson. She re
turned to Lincoln on Sunday, ac
companied by her mother, who mil
spend several days there visiting
her mother, Mrs. Pierson and her
brother Wilbur Chenoweth from
Los Angeles, who gave a concert
in Lincoln Monday night.
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Jacox and
sons, Donald and David, went to
Meadow Grove on Thanksgiving,
where they spent the day with
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mi's. Donald Wolf.
The High School Carnival held
in the school auditorium on Nov.
26th, was largely attended and
everyone had a fine time. About
ninety dollars was taken in.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Moor and
daughter, Betty, of Elkhorn, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Moor on Thanksgiving, also Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Watson and family
were their guests.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tompkins,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tompkins and
little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Watson and family and Virgil
Tomlinson were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Butler on Thanks
Supt. McClurg and family went
to Atkinson on Thursday, where
a family reunion of the McClurg’s
was held at the Glen McClurg
Mr. and Mrs. Coventry and
daughters Joan and Kay, and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Tomlinson
went to Chambers on Thanks
giving Day, where a family dinner
was enjoyed at the home of Mr.
and Bill Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pinkerman
and family of Dorsey were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coventry
Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrei of
David City, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Bergstrom of O’Neill, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and
daughter Dotty, spent Thanks
hip yoke. Some like
its softly shirred skirt.
But you'll agree with
the fashion experts
that this is a perfectly
for the sweet'n feminine
Beige, Trophy gold
Swanee blue sput
rayon. Sizes 9 to 15.
giving Day with Elmer Kruger
Miss Dorothy Licwer went to!
Butte on Wednesday night, where
she spent her Thanksgiving vaca
cation with her parents.
Miss Ardith Smith and Miss
Dorothy Sobotka arrived home onj
Wednesday evening from Wayne.1
to spend the Thanksgiving vaca-|
with home folks. They returned)
to Wayne Sunday.
Miss Buelah Kurtz, who attends
business college in Omaha, spent!
a few' days at home last week re-!
turning to her work on Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Moor and
daughter, Lois, were Norfolk vis
itors on Friday.
Vere Butler spent the week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
N Butler, returning to his w'ork
at Halsey, Nebraska, Sunday eve-i
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tomlinson
and son, Virgil and Miss Virginia j
Watson drove to Opportunity Sun -'
day where they were guests of
Miss Vre Sehollmeyer.
Mr. and Mrs. William Vroman
and children of Verdel spent Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Butler and
son Vere, went to Neligh Sunday,
where they spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Butler.
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Central Finance Co.
C. E. Jones, Manager.
First National Bank Biulding
Mr. and Mra. Clyde Kilt* of
Chambers were guest* of Mi and
Mrs. L. R. Tompkins Sunday af
Miss Anna Chudamelka return-,
ed to Omaha Sunday, where she is
attending business college aftei |
spending the Thanksgiving holi
days with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Renner|
and daughter of Mankota, Kansas,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ercle Renner of,
O’Neill were guests of Mr. andj
Mrs. Arthur Renner on Thanks
Mrs. L. Kopecky and son Lewis,
Mrs. Jim Hopkins and Jeanette,
Hopkins, were Norfolk visitors on
The W.S.C.S baazar and chick
en supper will be held in the Aid
Parlors on Saturday, December
6. The sale starts at 2:30 the sup
per at five o’clock.
James O’Connor was a business
callers in O’Neill Monday.'"
_Jerry Tomjack spent Thanks
giving at the home of his grand
father, M F. Tomjack of Ewing
Miss Julia Eppenbaugh also spent
Thanksgiving in Ewing with her
mother. Mrs. Eula Eppenbaugh.
Mrs. Clarence Shaw made a
business trip to Norfolk Friday
She was accompanied by Miss
Julia Eppenbaugh and Mrs Sethi
Hertel of Ewing.
J. H. Dailey of Winner. South
Dakota, spent Wednesday at thei
home of his brother, W. P. Dailey.!
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foreman
and family spent Thanksgiving
at the Frank Tomjack home near
Miss Dorothy Fox came up from
St. Paul, Nebr., and spent Thanks-j
giving vacation with her parents,
the Bob Foxes.
The Emmet High School loom!
enjoyed a hard time party at thej
school house Wednesday evening
About twenty young folks enjoy-'
ed the games and lunch at the!
close of the evening,
Zane Cole came up from Lin-!
coin Wednesday evening and:
spent his vacation at home. Friday
For our auction on Monday, December 8, we
have listed for sale 50 head of good bred Ewes,
also, 1 registered Domino Bull.
Bring your Livestock here for satisfactory
AUCTION EVERY MONDAY
O’Neill Live Stock Com. Co.
TELEPHONE 2 At O’NEILL
| Readers! \
| Here is a REAL BARGAIN
Settlement time is getting near and we must raise some money during
the month of December and For that reason are offering the following Bar
During the month of December all Readers who are paid up to Jan. 1,
1942, we will give them a two-year subscription for the sum of $3.00, or $1.50
per year, when paid two years in advance. If you are in arrears one year or
more you pay the amount due at $2.00 per year and then pay $3.00 more and
your subscription will be extended for two years, to January 1* 1944. New
subscribers w ho pay $3.00 will also receive a paid up two-year subscription
Many of our readers are in arrears and we would kindly ask that they
Call and We Will Get the account settled, so that WE CAN START on a Cash
In advance Basis.
During the Depression Years We Have Been Very Lenient With Our
Readers and Now That We Must Raise a Large Sum of Money During the
Month of December, We Know That You Will Respond to OUR CALL.
Holt County has been blessed with fairly good crops this year and Prices Are
Good, So Remember the Printer Who Has Furished Your Reading Matter,
and WE KNOW YOU WILL.
Everything that goes into the Production of a Newspaper is constantly
Advancing and While WE HAVE NOT Reduced the Subscription price of
The Frontier; which still remains at $2.00 per year, We Are Making this
Concession To Our Readers Who PAY TWO YEARS IN ADVANCE.
This only Applies to Readers Liv ing in the State of Nebraska.
evening Guy Cole Zane and Hud
Cole, and Warren Burgess. Gene
McKenna and Dale French of
O'Neill drove out to the cabin on
the Niobrara and spent Saturday
morning hunting. Zane went to
Inman Sunday afternoon and re*
turned to Lincoln with Watson's.
Ernest, Erwin and Alvin Klop
penborg have been picking corn
at the Walter Spangler farm over
the long week-end
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Givens,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Givens and
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pongratz
and Duane and Mr. and Mrs
Bernard Pongratz were Sunday
guests at the George Pongratz
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patterson
and daughter Doris spent Sunday
in Albion. Doris left from there
by bus for Lincoln
Mr and Mr*. Leon Beckwith
nnd Leona Eern were Thursday
evening caller* at the Pnttehmr
Mr. nnd Mrs. Pete lionenberger
and family railed at the William
O'Connor home Monday evening.
Mrs P W McGinnis had charge
of collecting and receiving con
tributions locally for the Rod
Cross She reports that Emmet
went over their quota about 40
percent. The amount se*'t in fi
gures forty-four cents for every
man, woman and child in Emmet
We doubt if any town in the
United States however large or
small can boast of this.
Mr and Mrs, Leo tinkle. fnwn
north of O'Neill, made a pleasant
call in Emmet Tuesday
One of Clifford Anderson'S two
trucks burned up on the lower
road between Emmet and O'Neill
The South Side Improvement
Club sent Christmas boxes to the
local boys who are in camp, m
Merle Kaiser of Cody, Nebraska
stopped at the Guy Cole home
The Guy Cole’s, the McGinnis’
and Conard’s spent Thanksgiving
in O'Neill at the Esther Hams
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 and 6, 1941
COUNCIL OAK SERVICE!
Merchandise on SAle in Oar Stores has passed the
critical inspection of our expert buyers for
“Quality” and “Real Value” at the price . . .
You can shop at Council Oak with a small purse
and a big basket with the assurance that every item
you personally select is of satisfactory quality . . .
Council Oak is a safe place to save.
rivIV1 Wililnw w* ’IM 'Iti TTAM
Shankless and Tendered
4 to 6-Pound Average
Shoulder Beef Steak, lb.25c
Sip Beef Roa»U .19c
Pound .... 28c |
DWARFIES WHEAT MIX ST, Per Package 23c
AMBER SYRUP 5 ET.29c 10 ET 49c
j Fresh, Crisp
A seasonable delicacy that is so quickly,
easily and economically prepared from
Robb-Ross Prepared Buckwheat, bag.
GOLDEN BROWN SUGAR, 2-pound bag .13c
Sunsweet “Tenderized” Peaches 11 ?£“.12c
Sunsweet “Tenderized” Prunes 2K*.20c
2 14,oz. i
i Lt cans .. I
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Lt cans .. LJL
PEANUT BUTTER ZKf,.2 £ 29c
DILL PICKLES NO£^^ND Quart 18c
SWEET PICKLES N°BRANDND Quart 30c
MA BROWN WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
14-pound .,. OtJ\s
Do Not Turn Dark In Salad
Spitzenberg Apples 4!ot... . 25c
Per Box, $2.29
6 for.. 13c
Carrots & Parsnips .... 10c
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Crisp Solid Cabbage, lb..3c
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