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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1942)
Emmet residents were without
electric power from Wednesday
night when the storm hit us until
early Sunday morning. The lights
weren't so bad as most everyone
could dig up an old Kerosene lamp
from the attic, or like some of the
up to date ones rig up an electric
light from a car battery a few
lenghts of wire and a bulb from
the car headlight but the ones
who depend on the power for heat
and water were pretty uncomfort
able for those days,
Ms. John Conard spent Tues
day in Inman helping her mother
prepare to move to Atkinson.
Tom Welsh is moving to his
new' place near Chambers. Ne
braska. Charlie Fox is assisting
John Conard and Guy cole at
tended the boxing matches in
O'Neill Monday and Tuesday eve
Grant Peacock was sick with
the flu last week.
Ladies Aid postponed the meet
ing last week because of the storm.
Anthony O'Donnell broke his
arm Monday. While in Atkinson
he slipped on the ice on the street.
Miss Virginia Watson is now
located in Ann's Beauty Shop, in
O'Neill, as a Beauty Operator.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Snyder of
Atkinson, Lee Markley of Scott
City. Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Dodd and son Lowell, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Buxton of Stuart were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis
on Sunday. All are relatives of
The Harmony Club and their
husbands, met at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Jacox Saturday
night. The evening was pleasant
ly passed playing various games,
after which lunch was served.
Mrs. Anspach and Helen moved
to Atkinson Wednesday, where
they will make their home. Mrs.
Anspach rented her house here to
Tom Hutton, who for years has
lived in the depot. The Hutton’s
Word has been received by rel
atives and friends of Johnnie
Bronkhorst, that he is stationed
near Stockton, California, in the
Air Field Squadron.
Mrs. James Coventry, Mrs.
Kenneth Smith and Mrs. James
Gallagher, entertained their
bridge club at a dinner party
Thursday evening March 27th at
the home of Mrs. James Coventry.
Scores for couples had been kept,
during the winter, the losers en
tertained the winners. This hap
pened to be one of the night last
week, when Inman was out of
electricity, so the tables were
lighted with candles. Much merri
ment was caused when guests,
were given gloves to wear, dur
ing one hand of bridge during an
other hand they were given
suckers, which were not to be
taken out of their mouths during
that hand. Several prizes were
given to couples. Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Watson were guests of the club,
and received the guest prize
which was one dozen eggs.
Miss Lois Moor arrived home
Thursday, from Beatrice, where
she teaches, to spend the Easter
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Moor.
Miss Ardith Smith and Miss
Dorothy Sobotka came home
Thursday from Wayne, where
they are attending college, to
spend their Easter vacation with
Mrs. John Conard of Emmet
spent part of Tuesday here, help
ing her mother. Mrs. Anspach get
ready to move.
Mr. and Mrs. Ermand Keyes
entertained a group of friends
at their home Wednesday even
Pre-Easter services were held
in the Methodist church on Tues
day and Wednesday nights, con
ducted by the pastor, Rev. E. B.
Mrs. Walter Jacox left for In
dependence, Missouri. Thursday,
where she will attend the con
ference of the L. D. S. church
which will be in session there
during the coming week.
Clifford Ransom of Norfolk
made a business trip here Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller of
Neligh, drove up Tuesday even
ing to see Mrs. Millers mother.
Mrs. Jessie McClurg, who is here
the home of her son. Warren Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, spent
Sunday* in Neligh at the home of
their son. Harold and family.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to extend our sincere
and heartfelt thanks to the many
kind friends and neighbors who
were so kind to us following the
death of our beloved wife, mother
and sister. Your kindness will]
ever be held in grateful rememb
rance.—William Storts and Child
ren; Mr. and Mrs. Eli Hershiser.
Bids will be received by the city
clerk of the City of O’Neill on or
before April 8. 1942. for one car
of distolite to be delivered to
the city plant in O'Neill.
C. W. PORT£R.
Harold Hunt of Omaha, a stud
ent at Creighton University, came
Wednesday evening to spend
Easter vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hunt.
Mrs. Pete Hertford entertained
the Pinochle Club at her home
Friday afternoon. High score was
won by Mrs. Nora Knapp.
E. P. “Chick’’ Gaines and John
Slate of the Travelers Insurance
Company of Omaha, were in O’
Neill Wednesday on business.
Miss Genevieve Biglin and
Arthur King went to Sioux City,
Iowa, Wednesday after Mrs. King.
Mrs. Wm. Turner and daughter.
Mrs. Wm. Thomson of Chambers
came to O'Neill Thursday, where
Mrs. Thomson took the bus for
Norfolk, where she will visit and
Mrs. Turner visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Tomlinson
here before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Moore
and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harty spent
Thursday in Sioux City, Iowa.
Ms. Tom Coyne visited her sis
t *r, Mrs. L. W. O’Malley at Cham
Miss Maxine Cotton left Sun
day for Long Beach, California,
t) visit friends.
Miss Frances Yocum returned
Sunday from Fremont, where she
has been several weeks visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shierk went
ta St. Charles, S. D., Sunday to
visit Mrs. Shierk’s mother, Mrs.
W. W. Derrick, of the Extension
Service of Lincoln, was here
Tuesday on business.
Russel Stout of Grant spent the
week-end at the home of his bro- J
ther and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Lyndle Stout.
Albert Derickson returned to
Fort Knox, Kentucky, today after
spending a ten day furlough from
the U. S. Army, with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Derickson
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Allendorfer
and daughter, went to Newport
Saturday to visit Mrs. Allendor
fer’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
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PROMPT and COURTEOUS
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C. E. Jones. Manager.
First National Bank Biulding
Farms For Sale
Any Part Of Boyd County
Terms Reasonable. Call
Lane. Mr. AHendorfer returned
home Sunday and Mrs. Allendor
fer and daughter, remained for a
G. C. DeBacker was in Norfolk
last Thursday and Friday on busi
Eldon Prawitz left Wednesday
for Stanton, Omaha and Lincoln
where he will visit relatives and
friends for a week, before leav- j
mg for the U. S. Army on April
Miss Jean Biglin returned home1
Sunday from Omaha and Lincoln. ■
where she had visited for several
cays with friends.
Mrs. Ruth Hughes left Sunday
for her home at Denver, Colorado,j
after being here for the past three j
Order Numbers Of Third Registration
(Continued from page 1.)
Order Seriel Name And Address
1042S T295 Thomas J. Davis. Inman.
10600 T^6 Gordon G. Barta, Redbird.
10046 T297 Richard W. Bollwitt, Ewing.
10262 T298 Earl G. Smith, Ewing.
10567 T299 Henry F. Reimer, O’Neill.
10261 T300 Joseph Kast Kmiecik, Orchard.
10634 T301 Elmer S. Berger, Stuart.
i'>451 T302 Francis J. Pribil, O'Neill.
10636 T303 Berlin Mitchell, Stuart.
iU332 T304 V. liliani F. McTaggart, Stuart.
10340 T305 George W. Conaru. Inman.
10672 T306 James M. McMahon, Inman.
10772 T307 Peter Nichols James Weber, O’Neill.
10075 T308 Wesley C. Taylor, O'Neill.
10130 T309 Lawrence G. Slaymaker, Atkinson.
10189 T310 Robert E. LeMunyon, Atkinson.
ii»5t:3 1311 Clyde L. Wilson, O’Neill.
10695 T312 Lawrence L. Thurlow, Atkinson.
10919 T313 Frederick Conrad Kramer, Stuart.
10660 T314 Walter P. Elley, Atkinson.
10924 T315 Warren M. Woepple, Ewing.
10442 T316 John F. Warner, Atkinson.
10377 T317 March E. Warner, Atkinson.
10331 T318 Leslie G. Summers, Page.
10297 T319 Charles Mitchel, Atkinson.
10679 T320 Joseph F. Peter, O'Neill.
10392 T321 William John Sehi, Clearwater.
10601 T322 Frank L. Johnson, Atkinson
10770 T323 Clifford C. Orr, Dustin.
10020 T324 John A. Peter. O’Neill.
10J95 T325 Edward W. Geseriech, Atkinson.
10674 T326 Woodrow' D. Melena, O’Neill.
10462 T327 Robert A. Ballantyne, Page,
10376 T328 LorDnzo D. Harrington, Amelia.
10829 T329 Edward J. Kramer, Atkinson.
10333 T330 Frank A. Vanek, Amelia.
10201 T331 Archie R. Wyant, O’Neill.
10373 T332 Gustave C. DeBacker, O’Neill.
10873 T333 William A. Rockford, Stuart
16824 X234 ^roy s Bartlett, Stuart.
1043/ T3.>5 Ramon H. Bright, O'Neill.
10814 T336 Richard G. Spence, Atkinson
10848 T337 William C. Vroon.an, AtkinsSn.
10319 T348 Frank E. Schaaf, Stuart.
10883 T339 Frank J. Kaup, Stuart.
10552 X£4® Floyd M. McIntosh, Page.
10801 T341 Harold V. Miller, Page
10609 T342 Ben A. Miller, Star. '
10890 X343 Leonard D. Lorenz, Page.
16178 T344 Earl L. Bernt, Stuart,
inoii X!4f George L. White, Atkinson.
JO*}4 X24S ^ B VaI,a- O'Neill.
}6204 T347 Lawrence F. Kaup, Stuart.
10319 T348 Frank S Schaaf, Stuart.
10066 T349 Robert W. Allendorfer O’Neill
10277 T350 Cecil W. Spry, O’NeiU
J6613 X?51 Louis A. Funk, Ewing.
16122 T352 Arthur Humpal, Atkinson.
J0832 T353 Stuart D. Murphy, Ewing
Xorc Barvey J Mitchell, O’Neill.
16871 T355 John Cole, Atkinson.
10835 t?57 Bdwaj;d E. Hanley, O'Neill. ,
01p T358 A«ehPuhr FA.DTKSirU^Jer ’Atk‘nSO"- f
02?1 T?fin 2wi,g!?t o Kenny, Atkinson.
10213 T360 Paul L. Beha, O'Neill. U
STAR-PEERLESS AND JOLIET
WALL PAPERS — -7’4c roll and up
BORDER as low as.....3c per yard
CHI-NAMEL PAINTS AND VARNISHES
Top Qualiy. Prices very reasonable
GOLD SEAL RUGS
And Yardage Guaranteed To Satisfy.
We can fit any size room.
Let us figure your room for you.
Just Received A New Shipment of Gold Fish
And Moss For Your Fish Bowl.
WE SELL FOR LESS!
High Prices and a Brisk Demand,
That perfect combination for marketing is
Bring your surplus livestock to this market.
Our efforts will please you. We sell every Monday
AUCTION EVERY MONDAY
O’Neill Live Stock Com. Co.
Where Buyer and Seller Meet.
TEELPHONE 2 At O’NEILL
weeks during the illness and
death of her mother, Mrs. C. C.
Millard. Her brother, Ralph, ac- j
companied her home to Denver,'
where he will make his home.
Mr .and Mrs. E. M. Beaver, of
Deaver, Wyoming, and their son
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Beaver of Cheyenne, Wyoming,
were in the city last Saturday on
their way home from a visit to
Mayo Brothers at Rochester, Mm
nesota. Chester Beaver is one of
the top notch employees of the
Wyoming State Highway commis
sion. They continued on their
journey west Sunday.
R. E. Armbruster went to Hast
ings Sunday to attend a Manag
er’s meeting there this week.
Donald Bowen and Robert Mc
Donough spent from Friday until
Sunday in Omaha. While there
Robert enlisted in the Navy Re
serve as a painter and was given
a rating of second class seaman.
Mr .and Mrs. Ed Psotta and
family of Pilger spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mrs. H. M. VonDollen and Miss
Darlene Grass spent Sunday with
Miss Grass’ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. A. Grass at Page.
PRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 3 AND 4
Council Oak extends Easter Greetings to one and all . . .
Our deep interest in seeing that you and yours have a
most enjoyable Easter Dinner is reflected in the low
prices on the following seasonable foods of “Depend
able” Quality ... It is a recognized fact that—
Council Oak Is A Safe Place To Save!
On Easter morning the
youngsters will be de
lighted to find beautiful
Candy Bird Eggs in as
sorted colors and flavors.
Tender and Juicy. Cut from
well covered corn fed beef.
24c and ....
S 33c and 28c
From Srlrctrd Pork Loins a m ^
Roasts and Chops, Lb. 29c and £«)
FRESH BEEF HEARTS, Pound_17c
FRESH GROUND PURE BEEF, Lb. 19c
PORK SPARERIBS, Pound.19c
CLUB FRANKFURTERS, Pound . . 23c
Exchance the empty
bags for 22 carat
gold pattern dishes
Pound . .29c
3 £ 84c
SKf COFFEE b°4"4 21c 3 pB°r. 59c
£ . 19c
May be had la- reg
ular or drip grind.
Packed in tin or
FIRST PRIZE MEALY BEANS 2 KT.. 13c
MILLER’S CORN FLAKES 2 £•"!**" 15c
No. 303 l O
LINDSAY LARGE RIPE OLIVES, 9-Oz. Can .. 21c
MEATY NEW CROP APRICOTS, Pound.23c
Ma Brown Whole Wheat Bread, H-Pound Loaf , ,15c
OLD COUNTRY RYE BREAD, Pound Loaf .... 10c
ll . 13c
21b Oz. i r
Cans .. IOC
2 No. 2
8 Ounce *7
Bag . I C
GREEN TOP CARROTS, bumh .4c
SCARLET RED RADISHES, bjnch .4c
EXTRA LARGE LEMONS, 6 for .2.5c
SLICING TOMATOES, pound .~15c
ICEBERG LETTUCE, 2 large Leads .1C*
SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER, head.ICC
PINK MEAT GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for .10*
WINESAP APPLES, 4 pounds .Z >*
NANCY HALL SWEET SPUDS, 6 pounds.L
SEED POTATOES ■£, SX" °“
Clothes Pins Sc
Per Box . ^
Toilet Tissue 1 7C
3 Rolls ..A *
2 Packages ..
Dependable ^ ^
Each 75c and ....
Med. Pkg. ...10c
P *i- G
6 Giant 0*7 _
Bars .. mI C
Giant Pkg. ... 59c
This Store Will Be Closed All
Day Easter Sunday
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