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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 19, 1942)
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paign has been extended and will
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Come in and pay your arrearages
and you can get two years in ad
vance for $3.00. This applies only
to subscribers living within the
state of Nebraska.
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The Catholic Daughters held a
social meeting at the Golden Hotel
Tuesday evening. The evening
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was spent playing cards and high
score was won by Mrs. Mary Zas
trow, Mrs. John Kersenbrock low
and Ms. Leo. Hausman all-cut.
The hostesses for the evening
were: Mrs. Clyde Wilson, Mrs.
Mary Zastrow, Mrs. Frank Sucky,
Mrs. Wm. Martin, Mrs. Joe Bazel
man, Mrs. John Hickey, Mrs. F.
J. Fisher and Miss Margaret Steck
K. P. Hoffman left Sunday even
ing for Omaha, where he joined
the U. S. Navy. MrH. Hoffman
and children remained here with
her mother, Mrs. Wm. Welch.
Mrs. J. H. McPharlin returned
Friday from Omaha and Sioux
City, Iowa, where she had visited
relatives for a few days.
Mrs. John Jaszkowiak and son.
Dwight, of Rushville, came Sun
day to visit at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Jaszkowiak and fam
ily. On Monday Dwight Jaszko
wiak went to Norfolk to join the
U. S. Army. Mrs. John Jaszko
Margaret wishes to announce she has installed
a new' Permanent wave machine, the Killing
Koolerwave Machineless, the New Creme \\ uve,
and two new fast drying hair dryers for her
customer’s convenience and service.
Phone 102 Margaret’s Beauty Salon
Opportunity for Men 18 to 50 to Train to be
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! wiak returned to her home at
Rushville on Tuesday.
The Eastern Star held their re
| gular meeting at the lodge hall
i last Thursday evening. Mrs. Edna
, Kruse was elected and installed
| Treasurer to fill the vacancy caus
; ed by the removal of Mrs. Ida
^ Robertson to Ainsworth.
Mrs. Sarah G. Norton left Tues
day for Omaha on a business trip.
Mrs. R. H. Shriner entertained
the Pinochle Club at her home Fri
* day afternoon. High score was
! won by Mrs. Art Cowperthwaite.
R. J. Rakowski entertained his
employees at a 7 o’clock fish din
ner at the Western Hotel Friday
Miss Marion Knapp spent Sun
day with her mother, Mis. Fran
cis Knapp at Atkinson.
A group of friends from Inman
and O'Neill surprised Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Bergstrom on Saturday even
ing by going to their home to help
them celebrate their Silver Wed
ding Anniversary. The evening
was spent playing pinochle. High
score for ladies was won by Mrs.
Gifford Bachman of O’Neill;
Chester Youngs of Inman, high
scores for the men; Mrs. C. C.
Bergstrom low for ladies and Wm.
Hartigan of Inman low for the
Mr. and Mrs. Dorance Crabb and
daughter, will leave Sunday for
Denver, Colorado, where they plan
to make their future home. They
have rented their home to Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Hayes and they plan on
moving there around the first
Circle II of the Presbyterian
Church will meet at the home of
Mrs. Dwight Harder on Friday
afternoon. Mrs. Oral Fox is as
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Sherbahn
were called to Wayne Tuesday
morning by the death of Dr. Shcr
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown enter- j
tained the Contract club Sunday 1
evening at a 7 o’clock dinner at a
local cafe and cards at their home.
High scores for ladies were won
by Mrs. H. J. Birmingham, and
Mrs. W. J. Froelich, high scores
for men were won by Ed Galla
gher and W. H. Harty.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDonough
left Wednesday morning for
Clyde, Kansas, called there by the
death of Mr. McDonough’s father,
L. M. McDonough.
Mrs. R. L. Arbuthnot and son.
Jack, went to Omaha Monday.
Jack returned home Wednesday
and Mrs. R. L. Arbuthnot remain
ed to visit her, daughter, Miss
Roberta Arbuthnot for a couple
of weeks, before going on to Birm
ingham, Alabama, to visit her
other daughter, Mrs. John DeHall
and family for several weeks.
Miss Marion Dickson arrived
home today from Davenport, Iowa,
and will spend sometime here with
her mother, Mrs. R. R. Dickson
and sister, Miss Marjorie Dickson.
Francis Welch of Norfolk visit
ed his mother, Mrs. Wm. Welch,
and sister, Mrs. K. P. Hoffman
and Marie Welch, from Sunday
A. Jaszkowiak took his brother,
Dwight Jaszkowiak of Rushville,
to Norfolk Monday, where he
joined the U. S. Army.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Armbruster
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Raymer at Atkinson
I have been convinced that Advertising Pays.
Last week I Advertised 37 Head of Angus Cat
tle and have sold 35 of them.
Have left Two Registered Angus Bulls, eleven
Months Old—and One Bay Team Geldings,
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