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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1942)
Horse and Mule Sale
WE WILL HOLD A SPECIAL
HORSE and MULE SALE ON
Thursday, Sept. 24th
If you have Horses or Mules to sell, list them
with us at an early date, so that we may in
clude them in our advertising. We will have
the buyers here.
O’Neill Live Stock Com. Co.
Where Buyer and Seller Meet
Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
Mrs. Harry Moor entertained
the Y. M. Club at her home last
Friday. A delicious dinner was
served at noon. Miss Elsie Krue
ger and Mrs. Kenneth Coventry
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coventry
and two daughters, Joan and
Kay, Mrs. James McMahn and
Mrs. James Gallagher were Nor
folk visitors last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis and
daughter, Imogene, drove to
Sioux City last Thursday, where
they spent the day. Mr. Davis
returned home that night, but
Mrs. Davis remained a couple of
Mrs. Austin Nickols and baby
daughter are guests in the For
rest Smith home this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson of
Norfok spent Sunday and Mon
day with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. James Vildak re
turned to Omaha last Thursday
afternoon, after a visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Keyes.
Donald Keyes went to Omaha
with them, where he has work.
Donald Jacox left for Glen
wood Springs, Colo., last Sunday,
where he will visit his sister and
her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kopecky
returned Sunday from a week’s
trip to Denver and other points
in Colorado. While away they
visited their son, Lewie, who is in
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hutton and
daughter, Vicky Sue, Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Clark and Ira Watson
left Tuesday for Aitken, Minn.,
on a ten days’ fishing trip.
Arthur Tomlinson surprised his
wfie Monday evening by inviting
in a few friends for the evening,
the occasion being her birthday.
Bridge was played and a nice
lunch served at the close of the
Mr. and Mrs. Haddin Geary en
tertained a few friends Saturday
evening at their home. It was
Mrs. Geary’s birthday.
Mrs. Anna Clark entertained
the L. L. Club at the home of
Mrs. Gene Clark on Wednesday
Miss Anna Chudomelka return
ed to Omaha on Tuesday, after
spending several days here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Mrs. Dorothy Alexander is
supplying in high school until
a regular teacher can be found.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coven
try entertained several friends at
their home Monday evening at a
steak dinner, in honor of the
birthdays of Mrs. James Coven
try and Mrs. Chet Young.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones were
in Valentine on business Tuesday.
Bill Tenborg was on the sick
list last week.
Juanita Anspach of O’Neill was
a week-end guest of Mary Lou
James Carney underwent a ma
jor operation at St. Vincent’s hos
pital in Sioux City and at present
is getting along as well as can
Dale French was a week-end
guest of Zane Cole.
Clara Lowery opened school
Monday morning with an enroll
ment of seven pupils. She is
teaching in Dist. 141.
Bill Tenborg received word last
week from Pfc. Larry Tenborg
that he is somewhere in England.
Mrs. Luella A. Parker resigned
her position as high school in
structor at Emmet. Mrs. Clarence
Shaw will take her place.
Frank Foreman of Emmet and
Ed Burge of O’Neill leave the
latter part of this week to work
at the glider plant at Alliance.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Henry left
Saturday night for Iowa to visit
her father.. They returned home
Mrs. Pat McGinnis went to
Lincoln on Monday.
Eloise Messacar of Omaha is
visiting with Beulah Siders this
Pat McGinnis returned from
Omaha last Friday.
Charlie McCain of Chambers
was an overnight guest at the
Homer Lowery home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey of
O’Neill called at the Frank Fore
man home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Johnson
and family called at the Frank
Searles home at Redbird last
Arden McKensie of Wisner was
a caller at the C. A. Lowery home
Francis Luben went to Lincoln
Keith Abart of Clearwater vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Abart, over the week
Pat McGinnis marketed hogs in
O’Neill on Monday.
Mr* and Mrs. J. H. Patterson
visited among relatives at Albion
The Church of Epiphany will
have their annual picnic Sunday,
Sept. 13. There will be an old
timers’ baseball game in the af
ternoon, and a chicken dinner
and Bingo in the evening.
The Bible study group held
their monthly meeting in the
church basement Thursday. A
Consumers Public Power District pays into the tax tills of state,
counties, school districts and municipalities MORE THAN A
THIRD OF A MILLION DOLLARS every year. These amounts
are described in the Nebraska law which created Consumers, as
"payments in lieu of taxes."
While all tax-supported functions of
the state, the various counties and
cities in which Consumers has prop
erty, and school districts benefit by
these payments — THE PUBLIC
SCHOOLS RECEIVE THE GREAT
EST PROPORTIONATE SHARE—
nearly half!—of Consumers annual
Organized by Nebraskans — Managed by Nebraskans — To
SERVE NEBRASKANS ^lsdthLoallif.
nice crowd attended and at the
close of the meeting a covered
dish luncheon was served.
Bud, Bob and Lois Cole and
Vernon Beskwith entered high
school in O’Neill Monday.
Clyde Wilson and family mov
ed this week to the Wm. Gatz
residence on Fremont street.
Miss Lois Jean Robertson went
to Kansas City, Mo., on Sunday,
where she will attend a business
Sheriff Peter Duffy and M. H.
Horiskey went to Lincoln Mon
day to attend the State Fair be
ing held there this week.
Miss Deloris Storjohann, who
was home economics instructor
here last year, is teaching home
econimics at Madison this year.
Mrs. Leo Mullen returned Sat
urday from Omaha, where she
had been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Esther Reka, and family for a
Miss Rita Higgins or Denver,
Colo., spent from Friday until
Monday visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas F. Higgins, and
Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Hull and
family of Sioux City spent the
week-end here visiting with his
mother, Mrs. Wm. Hull, and other
Mrs. Mary Jardee resigned her
position at the county treasurer’s
office last Saturday and will leave
Friday for Los Angeles, Calif., to
make her home.
Miss Mary Harty, Jack Harty
and Robert Parkins left today for
Chicago, where Miss Harty has
employment and the boys will at
tend Loyola Boys’ College.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith and
son went to Grand Island last
Saturday to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. J. Smith. Mr. Smith
returned home Sunday and Mrs.
Smith and son remained for a
Miss Dorothy Kratochvil has
accepted a position at the county
treasurer’s office and ehtered up
on her new duties Wednesday.
Miss Kratochvil has been employ
ed at the Ben Franklin store for
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Schroeder,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paeche and
Lloyd Evans of Omaha spent from
Saturday until Monday visiting
relatives and friends here.
C. E. Stout and Charles Yarnell
went to Sioux City last Friday,
from where Mr. Yarnell left for
Des Moines, Iowa, to be inducted
into the U. S. Navy, and is now
stationed at the Great Lakes
Training Station at Chicago. Mr.
Stout returned home that eve
Mrs. Ed Davidson came Wed
nesday to spend a few days with
her mother, Mrs. R. R. Morrison.
Mrs. Davidson is enroute from
Omaha, where she had been vis
iting her daughter who is taking
nurse’s training at St. Joseph’s
hospital, to her home at Casper,
Unit 6 of the N. H. C. A. met at
Margaret’s Beauty Shoppe Mon
day evening. The blocks for the
Red Cross Afghan that the ladies
have been knitting were turned
in for completion and the Afghan
will be turned in at the National
Convention in Chicago Sept. 21.
Mr. and Mrs. John Frenking
and children of Omaha spent
Sunday and Monday at the homes
of Mrs. Frenking’s mother, Mrs.
Mary McCafferty, and sisters,
Mrs. R. E. Gallagher and husband,
and Mrs. John Melvin and hus
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jennings
and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Burshek and sons, Gene
and Jerry, of Miles City, Mont.,
spent last Tirji ”1 ' ai 1 Friday
visiting at the es Mrs. Joi
nings’ and Mrs. Burshek’s aunts,
Mrs. Clyde Streeter, Mrs. Dean
Streeter and Mattie Soukup.
Mr. and Mrs. Garry Wrede of
Omaha spent from Saturday un
til Tuesday visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Enright here,
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Wrede, at Redbird. Their
son, Donnie Wrede. who had
spent the summer with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enright,
returned to Omaha with his par
Mrs. Carl Asimus and Mrs. H.
W. Btarlin went to Ericson last
Sunday to visit Mrs. Asimus’
mother, Mrs. Hannah Pahlsten,
and sister, Mrs. Howard Williams
and daughter, Jean, and other
relatives. Mrs. Williams and
daughter plan on leaving Thurs
day for San Diega, Calif., to join
their husband and father, who
has had employment there for
Eddy Carney and Father O’Brien
of Emmet spent Sunday at Sioux
City visiting Mr. Carney’s broth
er, James, who is recuperating
from a major operation at St.
Paul Kubitschek left Tuesday
for St. Louis, Mo., where he will
attend St. Louis Preparatory
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson
of Sioux Falls, S. D., spoilt from
Saturday until Monday visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Protivinsky and Mr. and Mrs. L.
O. Johnson Their children, Bar
bara, Joe and Bobbie, who had
been spending the summer with
their grandparents, returned to
Sioux Falls with them.
Mrs. Clyde Allen of Ewing vis
ited relatives and friends here on
Clarence Cunningham of Oma
ha spent the week-end here with
his wife and son.
Mrs. P. J. O’Donnell of Sioux
City spent the week-end with her
husband and other relatives.
Miss Margaret Joyce cf Omaha
spent from Saturday until Mon
day here visiting relatives and
Business Girls’ Dinner Tuesday
evening. Sept. 22, at the Presby
terian church parlor. Be sure to
remember the date.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Connelly re
turned Sunday from Bellingham,
Wash. Mr. Connelly had been
working for the Firestone Tire
and Rubber Plant for several
months at Seattle, Wash._
Wm. Biglin, Jr., left today for
Omaha, where he is a junior at
Creighton University this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Olson of
Wayne announce the birth of a
7H-pound daughter, born Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Specht of An
oka and Mrs. Nick Arends of
Spencer visited friends here on
Mrs. Howard Oberle and child
ren of Opportunity moved to the
Andy Morton residence Monday,
where they will make their home
during the school year.
Mrs. W. H. Harty and Mrs. H.
J. Birmingham spent Tuesday in
Miss Ruth Ann Biglin went to
Petersburg last Sunday, where
she will teach science at the Pet
ersburg public school this year._
The Misses Dorothy Daftkm»
Mildred Cavanaugh and Francis t
Kelly spent Sunday at Norfolk^
Miss Rachel Salmans arrbred
here on Monday from Tacoma^
Wash., to visit her mother, Mrs.
Jack Salmans, and family far tore
Mr. and Mrs. Lyndle Stout toolc:
Wayne Cadwallader, George Mg- -
ler and Miss Maxine Ressel, mem
bers of the 4-H Judging Team, to
Lincoln last Friday to attend the
State Fair. They returned tunar
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Move'
and daughters, Dorothy and Mar
ilyn, and son, Tommy, returned
Monday from Omaha, where they
had been visiting for several dagmr
Miss Dorothy had been recerviod
medical treatment at St. Joseph^
hospital for several weeks._
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 AND 12
Variety in the home menu adds to the enjoyment of
family meals which stimulates digestion . . . the widest
variety in “Dependable” Foods under well known
brands is to be had at Council Oak. Buying in our
well stocked stores, you save both time and money.
IT’S SAFE TO SAVE AT COUNCIL OAK!
On orders from
W. P. B. the sice
is changed from
12^4 ounces to 18
Stock up on the
most easily di
gested meat at
Whole or I Jv
Half, Lb. 140
Mutton 17 j
Legs, Lb. I I j*
15c and lw|B
Roast, Lb. I Vp
SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound.33c
LONGHORN CHEESE, Pound.27c
RING BOLOGNA, Pound.21 c
FRESH BEEF HEARTS,,Pound.19c
FIRST PRIZE *8E5y BEANS, 2 BB"..13c
FAVORITE OATS QUICK* COOKING . 5 i<MAW*> 23c
No. 2Mi Can |
10 £, 13c
DWARFIES POPPED WHEAT 8 & 7c
I. B. C HONEY GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2 27c
QUART - •
jak .v 1 G
ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE Pamlly
and WAFFLE FLOUR ■>*« .
CANE ami MAPLE SYRUP
30-OUNCE BOTTLE .34c
24-OUNCE TABLE CRUET_
OLD COUNTRY RYE BREAD, Pound Loaf .... 19c
S/I a Brown Whole Wheat Bread, U 15c
Superb Evaporated Milk, 2 Tall Cans.15c
CARNATION M?LK« 2 Tall Cans . .17c
A Heart? Meal
CATSUP! 4 !SS£.
All purpose Household Soap with
2 Packages For .
P & G
We can still supply P * G
Soap that contains naphtha.
6 Giant Bars. .27c
PACKAGE . |
CRISP, RED JONATHAN APPLES that you have been waiting for
. . . fine for those School Lunch Boxes or for all round Good Eating
. . . Make Pies and Apple Sauces to tempt any appetite.
WATERMELONS . . . the time is fast drawing to a close when you;
can enjoy the sweetiest, juiciest watermelons of the season . . . Ab
BOX CALIFORNIA PEACHES, ITALIAN PRUNES, CONCORD
GRAPES, WEALTHY APPLES, BARTLETT PEARS and KEIFFER
PEARS are now available for canning . . . keep on doing your pert
for VICTORY by adding as many of these items as possible to your
shelves of Home Canned Fruits.
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