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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1942)
We have for private sale 3 Registered Angus
Bulls, aged 14 to 16 months, sired by Marcia
Alba. These are outstanding bulls of excep
If you are interested in a good herd prospect,
see these bulls.
Auction Every Monday
O’Neill Live Slock Com. Co.
Where Buyer and Seller Meet
Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
Give your eyes
the benefit of
the new scienti
fic method of
examination and diagnosis.
See Perrigo Optical Company
at Golden Hotel, O'NeilL
MONDAY, JULY, 13
Perri£o Optical Co.
Charles Fowler of Omaha is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. N.
The W.S.C.S. are sponsoring a
Mother and Daughter Banquet,
which will be held at the Aid
parlors Friday night, July 10th.
In the absence of Pastor E. B.
Maxcy the choir and members of
the Young Adult Fellowship
Group gave a program during the
church service hour Sunday.
Vere Butler went to Omaha on
June 26, where he took his phys
ical examination for the Army.
He returned home Sunday morn
ing and will remain for two
weeks before going to Ft. Logan,
in Colorado, to join the Army.
Mr,, and Mrs. Jack Alexander
and two daughters of Royal were
guests of Mrs. Julia Riley on
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper and
little son of Orchard spent Sun
day with Mrs. Cooper’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brittel re
turned home Sunday from Neligh,
where they spent two weeks with
Mrs. Brittel’s mother, who is ill.
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Tompkins
and three daughters of Omaha
are visiting in the home of Dr.
Tompkins’ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L. R. Tompkins, and family. Dr.
Tompkins will leave some time
in July for his duties in the
Army. At this time he doesn’t
know where he will be located.
Betty, Donna and George Fra
zier of Sedalia, Mo., arrived here
Sunday morning for a visit with
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Coventry, and other rel
Quite a number from here
drove to Page last Sunday after
noon to hear Methodist Sam, ev
angelist, at the Methodist church.
Milt Lawrence’s brother-in-law,
Charles Smith of North Platte,
visited Milt last week. Mr. Smith
is 83 years old and drove his car
alone from North Platte.
Clara Lowery accompanied
Rev. and Mrs. Peacock to Amelia
Sunday to attend church and sing
Little Gordon Fox, the young
est son of the Charles Fox, fell
from a corncrib Sunday evening.
No bones were broken, but he
still is suffering from shock.
The WSCS met at the home of
Mrs. Mary Beckwith last Friday
afternoon. There were twelve
members and five visitors pres
ent. Mrs. Julia Luben and Mrs.
Siders joined the society.
John Lowery caught a 7%-lb.
catfish last week out of the Elk
Rev. and Mrs. Peacock were
dinner guests at the John Low
ery home Saturday. Bet they ate
Bob Cooper of Omaha was a
business caller in Emmet the first
of the week.
Mrs. Laura Mitchell of O’Neill
was a caller at the Homer Lowery
home last Saturday.
Mrs. Guy Cole and son, Bob,
and daughter, Jean, drove to
Yankton, S. D„ last Saturday af
ternoon. They drove on to Sioux
City that evening and returned
home Sunday evening.
John Conard was out Sunday
looking after his cattle on the
Niobrara river. John reports from
his travels over his cream route
both ways from Emmet that there
are some fine hatches of young
pheasants, also some good flocks
of young ducks in the lakes soutH
of town that are full from the
The last registration was held
in the Emmet Hay Co. office on
Tuesday. Only seven young men
were registered, Mrs. Cole re
Little Elizabeth Schaffe* is
spending a few days with Mary
C. F. Crowley and Henry Bur
ival were in Chicago the first of
the week on business.
Robert Clifton spent Sunday in
Butte at the home of his mother,
Mrs. Pearl Clifton.
Miss Gloria Ann Peterson of
Polk is spending the week with
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Jones.
Miss Marion Eillis returned to
Omaha today, having been a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
James Rooney for the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shierk and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Walling spent
Saturday and Sunday at Sioux
Falls S. D., visiting relatives.
Miss Marie Roseler arrived
Sunday from Boulder, Colo., to
spend ten days at the home of
her brother, Edward, and family.
Ed O’Donnell returned to Ok
mulgee, Okla., Sunday, after
spending the past month visiting
his sisters and brothers and many
Joe Stutz returned Wednesday
from Omaha, where he had taken
his physical examination for the
U. S. Army at Fort Crook, and
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Harder
and children returned Sunday
from Valentine, where they had
been guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Reece fek a week.
Special Sale at Private Treaty
Nineteen Holt County Farms
(OWNED BY FREMONT AND LINCOLN JOINT STOCK LAND BANKS)
We have recently sold a few farms in this field. We are anxious to dis
pose of the remainder of our properties in Holt county, but if not earlier
sold, we now plan to include them all in one Auction Sale to be held in
O’Neill in late July or early August. We prefer to sell them at private
treaty. We are in position to make gDod terms and may either assign the
present leases to new buyers or retain the rents and give full possession the
first of next March. If acquainted with our lands, submit an offer, even
though you may need some additional time on the earnest money payment.
If not familiar with them, consult the list, make an inspection and an offer
to M. O. Howard or direct to this office.
N-5285-e Carey—160 acres; NEVi 25-30-9, 15
miles NE of Page. Quite a good tract with only
fair buildings. Has been well handled by Fred
L. Carey, our present tenant.
N-091-e Corrington — 320 acres; EVa 26-30-9,
15 NE of Page. A desirable, nearly level tract
with no buildings. Some good crop land and
some good grass land. Fred L. Carey, tenant.
N 00426-c Cunningham—160 acres; SEVi 15
29-10, 9 E & 1 N of O'Neill. A well located,
fairly well improved and quite desirable quar
ter section. A. R. Breiner. tenant.
N-950-f Dishner—320 acres; WVi 23-29-11, 3
E of O'Neill on new slate highway. A very de
sirable half section with no buildings. M. P.
N-1502-d Dishner — 320 acres; WVi 24-29-12;
IVi NW of O'Neill. A nicely located, quite desir
able half section with no buildings. P. V.
N-5404-c Dobbin—160 acres; NEVi 35-29-9;
8 Vi NE of Page. A really desirable quarter sec
tion farm with quite good improvements. C.
J. Dobbin, tenant.
N-5399-c Friday—160 acres; NWVi 26-28-9; 5
SE of Page, on old U. S. highway. A highly de
sirable quarter section of land with splendid
buildings, except dwelling which is small. Good
production record. F. D. Henderson, tenant.
N-00293-b Hayne—160 acres; NWVi 13-29-10;
7 N & 1 W of Page. Quite a good quarter sec
tion with a good house and fair outbuildings.
L. B. Parkinson, tenant.
N-5406-b Henry—480 acres; WVi WVi & NEVi
22; NWVi 27-30-10. About 14 miles NE of
O'Neill. Only a fairly desirable tract with
rather poor improvements. Soil varies from
very good to poor. Herman DeGroff, tenant.
N-5413-c Hermann — 320 acres; EVi 25-31-14;
11E 8c 1 N of Stuart, and about 20 NW of
O'Neill. Well located, nearly level half section
with no buildings. Carl V. Gettert, tenant.
N-5027-a Hull—387.7 acres; in 4-32-11; about
9 SE of Spencer, about 20 N & 2 E of O'Neill,
on Niobrara river. A fair combination stock
farm with average buildings. L. W. Larsom,
N-97-a McNabb—160 acres; SEVi 3-29-9; 11
NE of Page. A fairly well improved quarter
section, leased by J. H. Howard.
N-5422-c Mullen—160 acres; NE'i 26-30-13;
4 N of Emmet. A well located, fairly well im
proved quarter section, leased by Mike Tro
N-078-a Sengelman—440 acres; NE‘/4, NEVi
NWVi 21; SWVi, W12SE1 i 22-32-12; 20 N & 3
W of O'Neill. A better than average stock and
grain farm with quite good buildings. Has been
well handled by Joe Sengelman, tenant.
N.S.151-C Dudley-Sohl — 160 acres; NWVi
NWV4. EViNW/4, NW14NEV4 20-31-10; about 5
N of Opportunity. A desirable, nearly all till
able tract with a good record of production.
There are no buildings. E. W. Richter, tenant!
N.S.152-C Dudley-Sohl—640 acres plus school
lease of 320 acres. Deeded land is W>/2 9; EVi
NWVi, NWV4NW Vi, NWViSEVi 8t NE Vi 8-31-10.
School lease is Wl/2 16-31-10. About 5 N of Op
portunity. A well improved, well located com
bination farm and ranch. A desirable property.
Rodney Tomlinson, tenant.
N-5149-e Stanton—160 acres; NWVi 7-7.9-11;
3 N of O'Neill on U. S. highway. Well located
fairly well improved, level quarter section.
Leased by Joe Nicholite.
N-5150-e Stanton—160 acres; SEVi 1-29-12; 3
N. of O'Neill on U. S. highway. A desirable,
well located farm with only fair buildings E
D. Hartman, tenant.
N-5426-f Stauffer — 160 acres; SEVi 35-29-9;
aboui 7 NE of Page. A fertile tract with a good
record of production but with only fair build
ings. A desirable property. Walter Schnabel,
All our lands in Cherry. Rock and Keya Paha counties have been sold We have one tract in
Wheeler county and three in Brown county. Our Holt county properties are described above anH
all are offered for sale. While prices and terms favor the purchaser, we recommend that our lands
or other lands be given careful consideration.
Lincoln Joint Stock Land Bank of Lincoln, Nebraska
M. O. Howard, Farm Supervisor, O'Neill, Nebr.
J. C. Price, Mgr. R. E. Dept., Home Office, Lincoln, Nebr.
(Lands belonging to Fremont Joint Stock Land Bank are also included.)
Ted Sierk of Omaha spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with his
mother, Mrs. Helen Sierk.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus DeBacker at
tended the funeral of Mgsr. Ber
nard F. Galvin at Spalding on
Grenvill*-P- North, one of Oma
ha’s leading attorneys, was in the
city last Monday on business be
fore the county court.
Mrs. Fred Carr of Springview
came Monday to attend the fu
neral of her grandmother, Mrs.
Boshart, on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Backberg of
Winner, S. D., were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Shierk on Wed
Donald Boshart of Kearney
came Tuesday to attend the fu
neral of his grandmother, Mrs.
John Boshart, on Wednesday.
Gene Higgins, who is employed
on his uncle’s ranch near Atkin
son, spent the week-end with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Miss Patti Keiser left Wednes
day for Rapid City, S. D., to make
an extended visit with her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Eddie Campbell, Jimmy Mern
man and Billy Froelieh returned
this morning from Hot Springs,
S. D., where they had been on a
Howard Jeffrey arrived Satur
day from Fairmont, Minn., to visit
his mother, Mrs. Will Wolfe, until
today, when he left for Fairfield,
Ohio, where he has employment.
Mrs. Pat Harty and daughter,
Ann, returned Monday from
Sioux City, Iowa, where Ann had
been receiving medical treatment
at St. Vincent’s hospital for sev
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Halva en
tertained eight girls Monday ev
ening at a 7:00 o’clock birthday
dinner at their home, honoring
their daughter, Margaret.
Mrs. Geo. Mitchell and daugh
ter, Phyllis, and son, Robert, left
Monday for Bellingham, Wash.,
to visit with relatives for several
Circle II of the Presbyterian
Church held a breakfast at the
home of Mrs. J. P. Brown Wed
nesday morning and about forty
Jack Davidson went to Omaha
Wednesday after his brother,
James, who has been receiving
medical treatment at St. Joseph’s
hospital for the past five weeks.
The A. B. Group of the Society
of Christian Service sponsored a
tea Thursday afternoon at the
Methodist Church parlors. Mrs.
Ira George gave a book review,
Mrs. W. H. Mclndrney returned
to her home at Cheyenne, Wyo.,
Sunday, having spent a week vis
iting at the home of her sisters
Loretta Jones returned to Miles
City, Mont., Wednesday, having
been called here by the death of
her father, R. H. Murray, on
C. E. Lundgren, Dr. J. P.
Brown Harold Lindberg and Ted
McElhaney returned home early
Wednesday morning from a very
successful fishing trip in Minne
Mrs. Jennie Bartak and child
ren of Ewing spent from Monday
until Wednesday at the home of
her sister. Mrs. Neil Ryan, and
Patti Keiser and Nancy Froe
lich returned on Monday from
Cody, where they had spent sev
eral days visiting relatives and
The Misses Davene Loy and
Virginia Schultz, who are attend
ing Wayne Teachers’ College this
summer, spent the week-end with
relatives and friends here.
Miss Zelma Waldo, who is at
tending summer school at the
Univefifeity of Nebraska, spent the
week-end with her parents at
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Sherbahn
returned Saturday from Wauneta,
where they had spent the past
three weeks visiting at the home
of Mrs. Sherbahn’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. R. McCallum. Mrs.
McCallum accompanied them to
O’Neill for a visit.
Mrs. Edward Davidson and
daughter, Elizabeth, and Mrs. R.
Newton and daughter, Nancy
Nell, returned to Casper, Wyo.,
today, after spending the past
ten days visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Morrison, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans, hav
ing completed g new home on
West Everett Street, returned to
Grand Island Tuesday. Mrs. Ev
ans’ mother, Mrs. Smith, who
came Sunday from Grand Island,
returned with them. Mrs. Myrtle
Manser and family have rented
the house and moved there on
the American Legion Auxil
iary Post No. 93 of this city has
appointed a committee to collect
pictures of the Holt county boys
now in the service of their coun
try. The committee chairman is
Mrs. T. D. Harrington. The pic
tures will be displayed in a win
dow in this city, where the sun
will not strike them, and the
chairman says they will be re
turned to the relatives or friends
who furnish the pictures, undam
aged. Parents are requested to
send pictures to Mrs. Harrington
or leave them at the harness shop.
The Misses Teresa Connelly
and Mary Jardee left today for
Omaha, where they will attend
Ak-Sar-Ben races and visit with
friends until Sunday.
Miss Vivian Eidenmiller, who
has been employed at the Bell
Telephone Company for the past
thirteen years, has received a
transfer to Denver, Colo., and will
leave a week from Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Reichert
of Hereford, S., D. and Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Phillips of Viewfield, S.
D., came Monday to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Reichert’s and
Mrs. Phillip’s mother, Mrs. John
Boshart, on Wednesday.
Mrs. Clarence Shaw and Miss
Mary Carney went to- Sioux City,
Iowa, today to be with Miss Car
ney’s sister, Mrs. Lyle Curtis, who
underwent a major operation at
St. Vincent’s hospital today.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell and
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merriman
spent Saturday and Sunday at
Hot Springs, S. D„ visiting their
sons, Eddy and Jimmy, and Billy
Froelich, who are there on a va
Ellen Blomberg, of Gill, S. D.,
who came Friday, called here by
the death of her father, R. H.
Murray, will return to her home
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pruss and
Mrs. Anna McCartney spent Sun
day at Butte with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ferris
and son spent Tuesday at Plain
view with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Noble left
this afternoon for Carthage, S.
D„ to spend the Fourth of Jujy
Mrs. John Hickey returned Fri
day from Sioux City, Iowa, where
she had been with her daughter,
Lucille, who had a major oper
ation at St. Vincent’s hospital last
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JULY 4th CELEBRATION!
You’re probably planning an outing tor the family over
the Fourth of July, s)) of course you’ll want to pre
pare a swell picnic meal. We have everything you’ll
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add to the enjoyment of the occasion.
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ROASTS & CHOPS
Cut from selected,
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SHOULDER STEAK, lb... 2Tc
Pickle & Pimento Loaf, Pound. .25c
Macaroni & Cheese Loaf, Pound 25c
Summer Sausage, Pound .31c
Kraft Longhora Chee»« Lb. 26c |
To conserve sugar you make your pies
from Superb Cherries that are preserved
in a heavy syrup.
RED CHERRIES, No. 2 Can.. 190
A cooling and refreshing Salad can be
quickly and economically made from
Morning Light Bartlett Pears.
MORNING MOHT jbjfc
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SWEDISH MINT DROPS, Pound .21c
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CATSUP .(4 & I4jc
SUPERB -SB®. GRAPES 16 .|3c
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BING CHERRIES Lb. 17c
Also: Apricots, New Apples, Canta
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Price for Whole
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