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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1941)
(Crowded Out Last Week)
Mrs. J. Miller, Mrs. J. M. Hayes,
Mrs. John Spencer, Mrs. J. Osen-;
rbaugh, Mrs. K. D. Fenderson, Mrs.
Anna McCartney, Mrs. R. H. j
Shriner, Mrs. B. J. Shemwell, Mrs j
Julia Graves, Mrs. Fred Robert
son, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kruse
attended an Eastern Star inia-l
tion in Spencer Friday evening.
Mrs. Gladys Wright and daugh
ter of Lincoln were guests of Mr.!
and Mrs. Jack Vincent Saturday.;
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Russ and
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Halva, son
Fred and Donald Bowen attended
the Bohemian Thanksgiving dance!
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kilpatrick
and daughters, Mrs. Glen Tom
linson and Miss Arlene Kilpatrick,
spent Thanksgiving in Orchard,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Matthews
went to Norfolk Wednesday to
get their daughter, Beverly, who
had an appenectomy at the
Lutheran hospital last week.
Miss Doris Harvey of Page, has
accepted a position in the Ben
Franklin Store during the Christ
mas holidays. She started work
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sauers had
as their guests Thanksgiving day,
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Planck and
daughter Donna, of Atkinson; Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Sauers of Sibley,
Iowa; Mr and Mrs. Archie Finley
and son, Duane of Tilden; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Clausen and Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Hayes, of O’Neill.
Miss Veronica Coyne returned
to St. Mary's College at Leaven
worth Kansas, Tuesday, after
spending Thanksgiving vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
I. V. Packard of Lincoln, who is
with the State Aeronautic Com
mission, flew to this city Wednes
day to inspect our new Airport
south of town and he stated that
we had one of the best Airports in
this part of the State.
Miss Margaret Kenny left Wed
nesday morning for Avoca, Nebr.,
to attend the funeral of her
brother, Michael Kenny, who
passed away Monday. The funeral
was at Avoca and he was buried
at Neola, Iowa. Mr. Kenney for
merly was a resident of O’Neill,
leaving here about twelve years
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McNeill
and children returned to Sioux
City, Iowa, Friday after spending
several days at the home of Mr.
McNeill’s sister, Mrs. F. A. Har
Mrs. P. A. Lindberg, and sons,
Harold and Fred Lindberg, took
Mr. P. A. Lindberg to Omaha
Thursday for medical treatment.
They returned home Friday and
the report is that Mr. Lindberg
is very much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuska and
son spent Thanksgiving in Nor
folk at the home of Mr. Kuska’s
Miss Betty Jane Puckett re
turned to Crete Sunday, after
•pending Thanksgiving vacation
with her parents. Mrs. Fay Puck
ett and Miss Roxanna accompan
ied her as far as Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lucas spent
utu W '
The balmy Southland in
vitesyou to enjoy its flower
perfumed breezes, silvery
beaches, golden sunshine.
Spend delightful hours in
the summery out-of-doors,
golf every day, go deep-sea
fishing, surf bathing, enjoy
a hundred other midwinter
Fast Burlington trains,
making convenient connec
tions with Southern lines,
speed your journey to
Florida and the Gulf Coast.
Low winter fares are
now in effect.
For addHioaal mformatiom tomtAi
H. A. YOCUM, Agent
L Burlington Station
Lfc Phone 55
Tram I Cr»d>
Thanksgiving Day in the home
of Attorney Ross Rice at Creigh
Luther Clark arived in O’Neill
Monday night from Homell,
N. Y. to visit relatives and
Mrs. J. P. Brown entertained
the Contract Club Wednesday at
6:30 dinner at the MM cafe and
cards at her home. Mrs. J. J.
Harrington, Mrs. Edward Cal
lagher and Mrs. Ed. Campbell,
won the prizes.
Mrs. Glen Wade returned
Thursday from Sioux City, Iowa,
where she had been visiting re
latives for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McElvain
went to Fairmont Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. Cal McElvain. Mrs.
W. T. McElvain, mother, of
Ralph and Cal, is seriously ill
at her home south of this city.
Mrs. W. T. Sloan arrived here
Wednesday from Potter, Nebr.,
being called here by the illness of
her mother, Mrs. W. T. McElvain.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Breman en
tertained the following guests at
their new home to a Thanksgiving
dinner: Mr. and Mrs. James Bre
CASH TO LOAN!
PROMPT and COURTEOUS
Central Finance Co.
C. E. Jones. Manager.
First National Bank BiukOng
man; Mr. and Mrs. Walter O’Mal
ley; Mr. and Mrs. Deed Murphy;
James and Bessie Breman; John
O’Malley; Miss Bernice and Anita
Murphy; Clarence McDonald;
Frank Murray an sons, Francis
and Irwin. Everyone had a grand
Mr. Frames Murray of Omaha
came up Thanksgiving to spend
that day with his father Frank
Murray and bother Irwin, also to
visit 'other relatives and friends.
Francis is attending school in
Mr. and Mrs. George Hirsch of
Dayton, Ohio spent their holiday
vacation here visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hirsch.
John Schmidt Jr., of Norfolk,
Virginia, came Thanksgiving to
spend a three weeks furlough vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Schmidt Sr., also other re
latives and friends. Johnny is a
member of the U. S. Navy and
has been stationed at Virginia for
LESTER H. RAUSCH
Lester H. Rausch, well known
in this community, was instantly
killed in an automobile accident
eartly Saturday morning, while!
enroute to the funeral of an uncle
Harry Fox of O'Neill.
He was born near Alcester, S.
O., August 9, 1915, and with the
exception of four years he lived
in Illinois, one year in Nebraska,
and several months in Minnesota,
his life was spent in and around
Akron. He attended Akron High
School and was very active in
football. He completed his High
School course and graduated in
1933. The next fall he entered
Morningside College completing
one semester. On June 22, 1933,
he was baptised and took up
membership in the Christian
church. On Sept. 1, 1935, he was
united in marriage to Garnet
Mann at Elk Point, S. D. To this
union two children were born.
Leaving to mourn his demiseal his
wife, one daughter Barbara Jean,
5 years and Donald Dennis, 3
years. He was a kind and devoted
The current advance in livestock prices offers
you a special inducement to market any sur
plus stock you have on hand.
If you have anything to sell, bring them to
this auction and take advantage of the current
SPECIAL—We will sell 100 bred Ewes here
AUCTION EVERY MONDAY
O’Neill Live Stock Com. Go.
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( 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
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Many of our readers are in arrears and we would kindly ask that they
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In advance Basis. I #&**&*,
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 constantily
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.
husband and father enjoying
richly the time spent with his
family and in his home. Besides
his wife and children he leaves to
mourn his early departure his
father, John Rausch, Marengo,
111.; two brothers and two sisters
namely James Rausch of St. Paul,
Minnesota; Ralph Rausch of Bum,
Oregon; Mrs. Wiliam Hubby and
Virginia Rausch of Archer, Nebr.,
his grandmother Rachal Rausch,
of Dundee, 111.; and a host of'
other relatives and friends. His
mother proceeded him in death
July 25, 1929.
Lester was a man of sterling
qualities and held in high esteem
by his employer, business as
sociates and friends and relatives.
Those attending the funeral
from a distance are John Rausch
Marengo, 111.; Ralph Rausch Burn,
Oregon; Virginia Rausch and Mrs.
Wiliam Hubby Archer. Nebr.; Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hall, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Scott all of Sioux Falls, S. D.,
Mr. andMrs. J. B. Rufle of Win
ona, Minn.; Mrs. Harry Fox, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fox and family
and Mr. Edward Kaszer, O’Neill,
Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peck,
Viola and Joyce Peck Verdel,
Nebr.; Mr. and Mrs. Jones and
family Des Moines, la.; Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Jones and family of
Hinton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Ste
wart Jones and family Hinton,
Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Simon
son, Mrs. Harry DeBoldt, Mrs.
William Recoff of Cherokee, la.,
Albert Drew, New London, fa.;
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jones of
Leslie H. Clark
Leslie H. Clark died at the
home of his mother at Inma*
last Friday afternoon at 1:45 p. m.,
after an illness of several years,
at the age of 32 years, eleven
months and eight days. The fun
eral was held Sunday afternoon
at 2 o’clock from the Methodist
church in Inman, Rev. Maxcy
officiating and burial in the In
Leslie was a native of Inman,
being born there on December
27, 1908, and had live there all his
life. He is survived by his mother,
two brother and two sisters.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12 and 13, 1941
COUNCIL OAK SUGGESTS:***
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petising suggestions that will assist in planning menus for the coming week. Coun
cil Oak's advertised specials and Every Day Low Prices on Every item makes
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For a change serve Mutton. Delicious, Nutritious and
LEO O’ MUTTON BOAST, lb. 14c
SHOULDER BOAS'" and CHOPS, lb.12c
MUTTON STEW, lb.6c
23c and .
I Pork Loin Roasts and Chops .16c
i V 14c
SHOULDER STEAK, lb. 25c | BULK SAUSAGE, lb. . ■ 19c
2 Ca£ .. 29c
No 1 Qp
Well Filled Cans
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2 Ca°n82.. 15C
Peanut Brittle f".10c
Corn Candy .15c
KELLOGG’S ALL-BRAN, Large Package.19c
No. 10 CANNED FRUIT
The Morning I.lght Brand Is an assurance o'
the same High Quality as packed iu small
~nns. No. 10 Fruits packed In water for mak
ing home made jam, jelly and preserves.
Apricots E?ifcL."*!'*... 59c
! PEACHES 5“”fe c.”*lT": 59c
Beautiful Imported Spanish Queens!
Buy for Christman at the Sale Price!
> 3 Jar.13c
j. 4 Jar .
Perfect Pancakes Ev
ery time when direc
tions on bag are fol
Delicious Spread for
Pancakes Si Waffles
2 Cruet... 19C
Superb Cellulose Produ»*ts are Safe, Ab
sorbent, chemically pure and economi
Kitchen Towel* i5^^’. 19c
Cleansing Tissue STsKte 19c
Paper Napkins 5JJ“.9c
Toilet Paper 5 for11*.25c
Velvet Toiletry 3 £?to ... 25 c
Sanitary Napkins 12ic
• change the empty
s for 22 carat
Id Pattern dishes.
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MA BROWN Wheat BREAD I
“Enriched by Nature”
Our Every Friday Feature
COOKY SPECIAL z u».
Crisp Graham Crackers covered O O _
with rich cocoanut batter icing.
May be had In reg
ular or drip grind.
Packed in tin or
2 Jar .. 56C
n PURPOSE _
SPITZENBERG APPLES 4 25c
Per Bushel Box, 82.2 ft_
■ O.NG SHANK GOLDEN HEART
[LEACHED CELERY . He
| 'jWeet spuds 10 25c
Carrot* and Par*nip* 5 V.19c
LARGE SIZE 8PAN1SH
YELLOW ONIONS 5 “*•..19c
NORTHERN CABBAGE .3c
i/2-Lb. Black, 36c— OJ.
ya-Lb. Green .
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