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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1942)
Adam L. Koenig
Candidate for the State
From the 28th District
Born in Dubuque county. Iowa, in 1884.
Farmed in Gregory county. South Dakota, from 1902 to 1917.
Farmed in Boyd county, Nebraska, from 1917 until 1921.
Have a family of five girls and seven boys. Four sons are in
the Armed Forces of the United States.
Experience: Member of the House of Representatives from
Gregory county. South Dakota. 1913-1914.
Fifteen years a member of the Village Board of Trustees of
Six years Chairman of the Spencer Village Board of Trustees.
Twenty-one years manager of The Farmers Union Co-Oper
ative Elevator Company.
I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT
at the Non-Political Primary, August 11th
I Farmers! Stockmen!
Demand for livestock is gaining momen
tum as the weeks roll by. If you have
some livestock to sell now, bring them to
this market and get top returns. . . .
Auction Every Monday
[ O’Neill Live Stock’Coin. Co.
Where Buyer and Seller Meet
J Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
Non-Political Candidate for
State Legislature, 28th Dist.
Have served five terms in Legislature. Lived in
District since 1889. If chosen again, will strive
to serve all four counties equally.
J. ED HANCOCK
Republican Candidate For
12 Years Experience in the Office and Present
-A NATIVE OF HOLT COUNTY
The Voters of the 28th Legislative District,
(Holt, Boyd, Rock, and Keya Paha Gpuirties),
should consider the qualifications of Rbss Ams
poker of Springview as a Legislative candidate
at the August 11th Primary.
Mr. Amspoker was a member of the State
Senate in 1927 and 1929 when most of the State
and Federal Highways in this part of Nebraska
were located and established by Legislative Act.
He is a careful lawyer, a prudent and substan
tial business man, with an active personal inter
est in the upbuilding and development of North
Nebraska. An experienced Legislator who can
be depended upon to support an economical pay
as-we-go Legislative program.
Look for the name of Ross Amspoker on the
Non-Political Ballot at the August 11 Primary.
Your Vote will be Appreciated on Primary Day
Tuesday, August 11th
L. G. GILLESPIE
Republican Candidate for
Holt County, Nebraska
For Runs In
Get the most wear out of
your silk stockings. Expert
operators will mend runs
like new, and at small cost.
Try our special service.
for one run
for one run
Bring Your Hose
To Us For Repairing
Keith Kivett of Lexington, Mo.,
arrived here Saturday night to
visit his mother, Mrs. Emma Kiv
ett, and other relatives. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Man-in!
Hassell. Mr. Kivett has joined
the Navy and will be leaving
soon for his new duties. Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Rutledge of Spen
cer came Sunday to visit Mr.
Kivett. Mr. Rutledge returned
home, but Mrs. Rutledge remain
ed for a longer visit.
Rev. E. B. Maxcy Vent to Bay
ard Sunday to take his daughter
in-law, Mrs. Harold Maxcy, and
three children home. They had
been visiting relatives here for
the past three weeks.
Mrs. Leo Mossman arrived home
Sunday night, after spending
several days with relatives in
Lincoln. Her daughter, Marjorie,
who went with her, stayed in
Omaha, where she will go to bus
Mrs. H. A. Tompkins and two
children went to Utica last Sun
day, where they will spend two
weeks with Mrs. Tompkins’ par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Caldwell.
Mrs. Emma Kivett returned
from Madison last Thursday, af
ter spending three weeks with
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Vaden Kivett.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Watson have
received word from their daugh
ter, Patrica, who has been work
ing in the FBI department in
Washington, D. C., that she has.
b«an transferred to the same kind j
of work in the office in Chicago.,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kopeckyj
received word from their son,'
Lewie, who has been stationed
in camp in Texas, that he has
been transferred to Denver, Colo.,
and is in the x-ray department
of the medical corps.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren McClurg
and two daughters, who spent
two months in Linco.ln, returned
home Sunday. He has been at
tending summer school. They
were accompanied by Caroline
Watson, who spent a week with
Maryline and Joan McClurg.
The Youth ' Fellowship Group
held a party Friday night. Out
door games were played on the
school house lawn, after which
the crowd went to the Aid par
lors, where there was a program
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper and
little son of Orchard were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson
Mrs. Robinette Malone, Omaha,
arrived in Inman Saturday to
spend a month here in her home.
Her daughter, Florence, expects
to come later.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Fowler and
son, Mark, of Sioux City, arrived
here last Friday night, and the
following night they left for Den
ver, accompanied by his sister.
Mrs. A. N. Butler. They visited
their brother, Frank Fowler, in
Word has been received here
by friends of the serious illness
of Mrs. Paul Marsh of Enid. Okla.
Mrs. Marsh is the former Miss
Gladys Hancock, a long time res
ident of Inman.
The W.S.C.S. met in their par
, lors last Thursday afternoon.
They did quilting. Lunch was
served by a committee.
Mrs. Lewis Sabotka and baby
son returned home from the hos
pital in O’Neill last Sunday.
Mrs. Anspach of Atkinson
spent Monday and Tuesday at
the John Conard home. Jaunita
Anspach of O'Neill is spending
a few days with Mary Lou Con
Mr. and Mrs. Dicknight of Bas
sett and Hans Anderson of Clear
water were guests at the Ed Hen
ery home Sunday.
Beulah Siders, Clara Lowery
and Gladys San of Emmet visited
Ervin Klopenborg, who is in the
O’Neill hospital, last Sunday.
Ervin received severe injuries
Friday afternoon when the team
hitched to a rake he was using
ran away with him. A vertebrae
in his neck was dislocated. It is
not known at this time whether
or not he will have to be put in
Shirley Luben of Inman spent
the past week with her sister-in
law, Mrs. June Luben, at the Bob
Warren Greeley of Texas vis
ited his mother, Mrs. Lillian Pur
nell, at the Gus Dahms home the
past few days and left Tuesday
morning to enter the Army.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vargescm
and family of Newport visited
at the home of Rev. Peacock
Rev. and Mrs. Peacock went to
Norden last Thursday morning,
where he conducted the funeral
services of an old friend.
Homer Maring left Tuesday af
! ternoon to enter the service of
I his country. Last Wednesday eve
ning a group of old friends and
neighbors gathered at the Maring
home and honored him at a fare
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cole receiv
ed a long letter from Harry Ward
this week. Harry is now at his
old home in Scotland and has
been discharged from the Army
because of ill health.
The W.S.C.S. met at the Dean
Beckwith home last Thursday af
ternoon. Mrs. Dickerson of At
kinson gave a very interesting
talk. Mrs. Stem Jennings, Mrs.
Linville and Mrs. Pry were
Mrs. Georgia Rasely was in
Omaha on business Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mullen took
their niece. Miss Helen Dostal, to
her home at Creighton Sunday,
after being a guest at their home
for a week.
Mrs. Tom Sullivan went to
Lincoln Friday to spend a few
days with her husband, who has
Mrs. Ralph Voecks of Pierce
and Mrs. Gene Kilpatrick of Nor
folk spent the week-end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Kil
Gene Cromwell returned to
Omaha Wednesday, after spend
ing several days here visiting rel
atives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Prichard
of Omaha spent from last Thurs
day until Monday with her par
j ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vitt.
Miss Yvonne Sirek entertained
five girls at a swimming party at
O'Donnell’s lake and dinner at
the Elite cafe on Sunday.
C. E. Jones went to Polk Sat
urday to get Mrs. Jones, who has
been visiting her mother for a
few days. They went from Polk
to Hastings to visit their son, C.
V. Jones and wifes returning
home Sunday evening.
Mrs. Joe Roche, Mrs. Wm. G.
Vahle and Mrs. Ralph Ries of At
kinson were O'Neill shoppers on
A. E. Bowen was in Chicago
from Sunday until Wednesday on
a business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reece and
son of Scribner spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Jensen.
Harold Lindberg and C. W.
Porter went to Omaha Mondays
on a business trip. They flew to
Omaha in Mr. Lindberg’s plane.
Mr. and M[rs. Dean Streeter,
Mattie Soukup, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Streeter and daughter, Bar
bara and son. Gene, went to Sioux
City Sunday to visit Miss Elaine
Streeter, who is a student nurse
at St. Vincent’s hospital.
The Busy Hour Club met o»
Thursday, July 30 at the home of
Alvina and Linda Wayman. Six
members were present. The af
ternoon was spent working or
games and picture puzzles. Rutv
and Arllys Wayman won prize*.
A lunch of cookies and coolade
was served by the hostess. The
next meeting will be held wMt
Ruby Wayman on August 27.
Serving 8th year as County Clock of
Hamilton County. 27 years eiwerience
in banking and budget manageraemt. A
land owner. 48 years of agef Worlcl
VOYLE D. RECTOR
Born In Tobias. Nebraska-labor
er—army captain In A.E.F.—house
superintendent, plant manager In
creamery—has spent most of his
life finding markets for Nebraska
farm products—believes In protec
tion of private business and prop
erty — opposes political pressure
groups—favors use of farm pro
ducts for making Industrial alcohol,
rubber and explosives NOW —
plastics and motor fuel after the
H. G. WELLENSIEK
Grand Island. Nebraska
For Congress, 4th Dist.
Lawyer, Farmer and Native
State Senator 1929-1931
Republican Primary Tuesday,
August 11, 1942. Your vote and
support solicited and will be
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 7 AND 8
GOOD FOOD AND BIG VALUES!
Good cooks know their food, and smart shoppers
know values; and most good cooks KNOW BOTH!
We feel pretty safe in saying that most good cooks
do their shopping at Council Oak, because for both
quality AND value you can’t find a better place to
shop. Our stocks arc kept complete and our prices are
Council Oak Is a Sale Place to Save
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Biff and 9 I M
Rina. Lb. ft I V
Yellow Long* Horn Cheese
Club Frankfurters, lb. ..
BEEF rovSS11?.. 17c
BEEF JorwD 17c
PORK POCHU . I3c
BACON SQUARES, Pound .19c
PORK Sl>ARERIBS, Pound .20c
SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound.32c
Beef Roasts |
Pound 44 a •
25c and ...UCjj
Kellogg’s Rice Krispies, Pkg. I ic
First Prize Mealy Beans, 2 K«. 13c
Superb Evap. Milk 2 .15c
Firm, Full Ripe
LAitGK *A ,
No. 2j Gan ... 230
Tender. Cut Green.
Every Bit Edible.
IOJ-Ounce Can 130
DILL PICKLES a "^v?D. Qt 22c
MA BROWN -ias .24 SK* 15c
NANCY ANN ai?&“.”“T.-v.16 rar
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Ifo. 2 can
A Delicious Sugar Saver!
Superb Grapefruit, ^an
Hand peeled fruit with every trace | Ew
of the bitter inner perl.ren^'1 llrV
CHICKEN SHACK DINNER
IA satisfying meal in 10 minutes. Package
i makes 4 servings.
(Per Package . 9t!
CHEESE FOOD SPREAD
May be had in Plain or Pimento.
2 5-Ounce Jars ... 250
Quart I r
Bottle ... lut
HEAVY WAXED NPEI
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Price for Whr’“
or Half Meloa
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