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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1942)
■ EMMET ITEMS
U Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Weber and
■■laughter, Shirley of Long Pine,
■ visited at the Joe Winkler home
■ Gerald Babl returned home
■Sunday from South Dakota, where
■he had been the past week vis
■iting friends and relatives.
■ Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Janzing en
■ tertained a group of friends Sun
■ day evening at a party honoring
■Gerald Babl and Edward Wink-j
Hler who will leave March 12th for
■induction into the army.
■ Mr. and Mrs. Dover Fox and
■^family of Atkinson spent Sunday
Ibt the Charles Fox home.
Misses Helen and Mary O Con-1
nor were visitors at the James (
O’Connor home Monday evening.
h Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson and
■ family were Sunday guests at the
■ Wm. O’Connor home.
I" A Red Cross meeting was held
at the School House last Wednes- j
day night and a Chapter was
organized for this community.
Work was received and the first
meeting was held at the home of
Mrs. Guy Cole Tuesday afternoon.
Not many ladies were present but
4me sewing was started and
Trtine of the knitting was handed
| out. The next meeting will be
I held next Tuesday at the same
f place and all ladies who wish to
I help in any way are urged to at
i Wayne and Esther Fox return
I ed home Friday afternoon from
T Hastings, Nebraska, where they
had been visiting relatives.
Joe Luth and Bud Newton went
to O’Neill Monday and enlisted in
t the Army. They will leave March
12th when the next group of boys
Raymond Winkler, who is in
the Army and stationed in Cali
fornia, phoned his mother from
Pasadena, California, Surday
Ernie Weller of Atkinson was a
' business caller in Emmet Monday.
Walter Puckett Marketed cattle
. in Sioux City last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dicknight
of Bassett. Nebraska, spent sev
eral days with the C. A. Henry’s
last week. Mrs. Dicknight is the
Mr. and Mrs. John Rhode of
Cheyene, Wyoming, were guests
Saturday at the Guy Cole home.
Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Peacock
drove to Woodlake, Nebraska, lor
a ministerial meeting Tuesday.
They returned home Tuesday
Mr. and Mr$. C. A. Henry spent
Sunday in Oamaha.
Sadie Marie Lawery left Sun
day foi- Longpine where’ she has
employment for the next few
Mrs. Ida Alfs made a business
trip to O’Neill Saturday. She
went with Mr. and Mrs. G. Moore
who moved here recently.
Mrs. Donald Wolf and children
of Orchard spent the week end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Ruth Jeanette Watson
came home from Lincoln on Wed
nesday of last week for a few
days visit at home,, while her
sister Patrica was here from
Washington, D. C. On Saturday
she returned to Lincoln accom
panied by her sisters, Patrica
and Caroline, also her father, I. L.
Watson and cousin Bill Watson,
who visited relatives in Lincoln
until Tuesday, when they return
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Moor enter
tained the following guests at
dinner last Sunday at their home:
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tompkins, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Tompkins and
little daughter Linelle, Mrs. Eva
Murten, Miss Anna Fauske, Miss
Ardio Johnson and Rev. E. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brittell
have moved to Wausa where Mr.
Brittell has a job and where they
will live for the next four months.
j Mrs. L. R. Tompkins visited her
father, C. E. Doughty in Norfolk,
three days last week.
Miss Helen Biglin of O'Neill!
was a dinner guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Watson on
Thursday night, February 26.
Dr. and Mrs. O. W. French of
O'Neill were callers at the E. L.
Watson home on Sunday even
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith
entertained their Bridge Club on
Saturday night, February 28.1
Superintendent Warren McClurg
won High score for the men, and
Mrs. McClurg for the ladies. Low
scores were won by Mrs. Hardin
Anspach and Jim Coventry.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coventry
entertained a group of friends at
their home on Saturday evening
February 28. The evening was
spent playing Pinochle, after
which lunch was served. .
The Y. M. Club held their night
meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Hutton on Saturday I
night. Pitch was the game of,
Mrs. Nanny Dagan spent a few
days in Norfolk last week.
Mrs. Jennie Wilcox, who has
been with her daughter in Fair
baulb. Minnesota, for some time,
returned home on Saturday, Feb
~ Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Watson and
family were dinner guests at the,
home of Superintendent and Mrs.
McClurg on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Moor and
Rev. Maxcy went to Orchard I
Victory Leaders For Defense
Selected The Past Week
Reisor, Frank Henderson
Scott—Ed Krugman, Mrs. Herman
Schollmeyer, Leo Farran
Shamrock—Ray Hoffman, Mrs.
l Clyde Kiltz
| Sheridan—Joe Matousek, Mrs.
Wm. Kretchman, Carl Smith
Shields—Ed Murray, Mrs. Alfred
Drayton, Henry Martin
! Steel Creek—Dick Marsten, Ray
Siders, Dick Curran
I Stuart—Anton Wallinger, Mrs.
j Charlette Koidel, Ora Yarges,
! Swan—Roy Worden, Blaine Gar
wood, Mrs. W. A. Dierks
Verdigris—Edgar Stauffer, Ray
mond Heiss, Pete Nissen, Mrs.
Willowdale—Arthur Aim, Elmer
Juracek, Mrs. Felix Hendrick
Wyoming—Glenn White, Mrs.
Verne Sageser, Ed Dexter
McClure—Kenneth LaRue, Mrs.
Golden Rod Club
This club met on the 19th of
February. The lesson was on
Home Preservation By Freezing.
We found this quite a study and
Freezer lockers, are yet in then
infancy and not available to all
communities but are becoming
more widely known and used. We
should avail ourself of them if
possible. We are fortunate to have
|one in our town,
structor touched upon the value
| of a county nurse. Some of our
members thought if this and other
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RIGHT NOW—Prices are higher than they
have been for years!
3Tarket your surplus livestock NOW—and
get your share of these high prices.
AUCTION EVERY MONDAY
Where Buyer and Seller Meet.
O’Neill Live Stock Com. Co.
TEELPHONE 2 At O’NEILL
Project Clubs would, if possible,
purchase articles needed when
sickness comes to our homes such
as, back rests; Ice Bags; bed
;ables, and others, which could be
ivailable to the needy. Mrs.
At the leaders meeting the in
Claira Gokie, our reading leader
*ave us an out line on our neigh
bors to the south Mrs. Seger and
Mrs. Mary Uhl served. The lunch
was just so. so. till Mrs. Howard
Manson came along with frozen
Our next lesson will be on
March 26, at Mrs. Lea Ausburn.
Restrictions on sugar purchases
may be inconvenient at first but
need not be a kitchen tragedy, it
was said today by Miss Maude
Mathews, Demonstration Agent
for Holt County. She listed sev
eral steps that will help stretch
the sugar allowance over a longer
period of time.
1. Watch out for sugar wastes,
such as undissolved sugar in the
bottom of tea or coffee cups, over
sweetened foods, or failures of any
products containing sugar.
2. Cut down on sugar in least
noticable ways first. Experiment
to see if the amount of sugar plac
ed on a breakfast cereal is a mat
ter of habit. Maybe the amount
can be cut down.
3. Try.eating fewer rich des
serts. Fresh fruits are nutritious
and desirable desserts, and they
carry their own sugar. Canned
fruits come in the class of not-too
rich desserts. Dried fruits are a
vey good source of natural sugar.
4. When you sweeten sauces,
such as applesauce, put the sugai
in at the end of the cooking time
It will take less sugar to get the
sweetness if the sugar is not cook
ed so long.
5. Most of us can get along on
a lot less sugar than we have been
using. Any reduction in sugar can
easily be taken care of by increas
ing the quantities of other energy
giving foods in the diet. Whole
grairf cereals, starchy vegetables
and dried fruits supply, not onl>
energy, but vitamins and minerals
Miss Mathews stated that the
women’s project clubs in Holl
County will have a demonstraticr
on means of saving sugar, at theii
Agricultural Extension Service
will make available many recipes
that call for little or no sugar, and
these will be discussed at the club 1
Mrs. W. H. Harty and daughter, 1
Mary, went to Omaha Wednesday, 1
where they will visit friends until i
Mrs. Art Turner of Winner, S.
D., attended the funeral of Toby
Dailey and visited her sister, Miss <
Teresa Connelly today. <
Mrs. Mary McLeod received (
word from her son, Hugh, this
week that he has arrived in Hon
lulu, where he has work and he
| likes it fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams and
I children and Mrs. Vance Jenkins ^
| of Council Bluffs, Iowa, came ^
Thursday morning to spend the j
day with Mr. &nd Mrs. Howard ]
Williams and family.
March meetings. The Nebraska
Mrs. Mary McLeod, Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Gatz, H. J. Lohaus,
Mrs. Jack Vincent and Mrs. Tina,
Clift will go to Omaha Friday toi
visit Mrs. Lohaus and baby, who
are in the St. Joseph hospital
and will be released on Saturday.
Mrs. McLeod and Mrs. H. J. Lo
i haus and baby will remain in;
Omaha for another week at the
home of Mrs. Mark Fangman and
the others will return home Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Biglin and
son, Joe, went to Omaha Tuesday
for a few days.
Abe Saunto arrived here today
from Sioux City. Iowa, to visit
his son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Saunto. Frank
Dishner, who had been in Sioux
City, accompanied him home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. DeBacker
purchased the Mrs. Robinette
| Malone home today.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Calvert
spent Saturday and Sunday in
Norfolk at the home of their son,
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Calvert and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy
and daughter came up from Hast
f totcfm date with 1
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DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO.
i O’NEILL, NEBRASKA
I Tri State Hatchery I
II Phon 90 O’Neill, Nebr. ::
| BABY CHICKS
II 3.000 White Rocks 1 day to 3 weeks old. jjj
| 2.000 White Wyandottes 1 day to 3 weeks old. ll
jj 1,000 Barred Rocks 1 day to 2 weeks old. ll
it 1,000 Single Comb Reds 1 day to 2 weeks old :j
I 500 New Hampshires fi
♦ ♦♦ |
j 1,500 English White Leghorns 1 week. \\
; J ♦♦ j
| 500 Heavy Mix ||
! Chicks listed above are from blood tested II
j flocks, and are fro mour super best matings. II
i Special prices on same from Monday, March 9, li
♦ || '
: to Saturday, March 14, inclusive. ::
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We advise your taking advantage of these ||
|| Chicks, as we will not have a suflicient supply |j
k for our April demand. II
I . I
Just received a shipment of Brooder Stoves ||
it anu supplies, and when they are sold we will not ft
it be able to obtain any more. It
GET YOUR ORDER IN AT ONCE
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ngs Wednesday night to visit
Hr. McCarthy’s parents, Mr. and
Hrs. M. H. McCarthy and to at
end the funeral of Frank Dailey.
J. L. McManamy went to North
3latte Saturday on business and
hat evening Mrs. McManamy
net him in Grand Island, where
hey spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Froelich
■ntertained the Contract club at
i 7:00 o’clock dinner at a local
■afe and cards at their home Sun
Mrs. Mable Gatz entertained the
3uild of the Presbyterian Church
it her home today.,
Mrs. Archie Bowen received
vord from her sister, Mrs. Martha
Varner of Broken Bow, that she
ook her daughter, Carolyn, home
Yiday from the St. Francis hos
pital in Grand Island, where she1
has been for several weeks recup
erating from a major operation.
The Sunday Night Dinner club
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Rooney for a 7:00 o’clock
dinner and bridge. High scores
were won by Mrs. J. R. Miller and
Oral L. Fox, Field Supervisor
for Department of Public Assist
ance and Child Welfare, went to
! Lincoln Sunday to attend a meet
ing of Supervisors th<re this
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wanser and
Miss Mary Clare Waldman of
Kwing and Emmet Carr of O’Neill
spent Saturday and Sunday in
' Sioux City, Iowa, visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. G. C. Shaw went to Sioux
City, Iowa, Wednesday for medi
cal care. Mrs. Shaw plans on be
ing there about ten days.
The Misses Mildred Hansen and
Lanone Miles of Norfolk spent the
week-end with Miss Miles’ par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. El Miles;
The Methodist Choir held a
farewell party Wednesday even
ing at the home of the Misses
Maxine Mills and Zelma Waldo,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Han
nah, who are leaving the first of
March for Utica, where they wifi
make their future home. Mr. and*.
Mrs. Hannah were presented with
a lovely going away gift.
Mrs. Harry DeWolf and son.
Wendell Shields of Gordon, visited!
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Jaszkowiak from Sunday until
Mrs. Leo Gosser of Norfolk was
in O'Neill Tuesday on business.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MARCH 6 and 7
More for Your Money!
Greater "Values” in Foods of Dependable Quality.
... It is for this reason that so many Thrifty Buyers
buy their food requirements at Council Oak . . .
Every item plainly priced. A comparison of all prices
in our neat, convenient stores plainly demonstrates
that Council Oak is a safe place to save.
NUT DROP I
Pound . |
Tender and Juicy. Cut fron
well covered, corn fed beef
Per r ^
DRESSED PIKE and Scaled ... .Lb. 27c
KRAFT CHEESE LT,1,'",.Lb. 35c
SWEET BULK PRUNES, 2 jgr?. 1 . 15c
MILLER’S CORN FLAKES, 2 £"k““.15c
Extra small, sweet & tend
er. A very special value.
Mustard or Tomato
2 gS „„ 27c
CATSUP as*.. 14 bow' 14c
POTATO CHIPS 19c
1 "■ .
NEW CROP PEACHES 33tl 17c
VANILLA CHOCOLATE DROPS, Pound.121c
ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE FLOUR £T'V - 21c
ROBB-ROSS °SSjr SYRUP JTSJSSJffr;.18c
2 Pound O r ^
Jar . n)OC
Pound Bag 28c
3 Pound Ol
2 ?rd 56c
3 isr1 57c
EAT SALT ON GRAPEFRUIT
to conserve sugar. Many find they now prefer salt
to sugar on grapefruit.
Pink Meat, 4 H
Lars.; Seedless, <• ^
4 for . lOC
APPLES Deltelon* ?. .Dozen 19c|
APPLES WIlldlApg. .4 •£} 25c |
RADISHES rlginai liuneh . . 3c I
SWEET SPUDS aa ...Lb. 5c
Ma Brown Whole Wheat -| p'„
BREAD, 14 lb. loaf.. 1DC
Superb Assorted -J M
JELLY, 10 Ounce. l'AC
V-8 COCKTAIL, >| q
46-os., 29e, 2 124-os. It/C
MACARONI & n lb. -t r _
SPAGHETTI.. " bar AOC
SUPERB OATS, -t n 1 _
Lre. Pkr. I12C
Derby SPAGHETTI -| FT
with Meat, 16-os. can AIV
Mediun 1 A.
PMkace .... 1UC
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