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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1942)
As gas rationing looms ahead, buyers are stock
ing their feedlots as soon as possible, while they
are still able to drive to the cattle country.
If you have cattle to sell, get them to market,
soon, before the demand drops off. Bring them
to this market for top returns.
We will continue for a few weeks to sell all
calves at the opening of the cattle auction.
Auction Every Monday
O’Neill Live Stock Com. Co.
Where Buyer and Seller Meet
Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
HE’S A FIGHTER FOR THE FARMER
—and the Best Man For the Job
AS REPUBLICAN NOMINEE
For Holt County Clerk
I should like very much to meet all the voters
peffconaUy, however, present conditions make
Since closing the Assessor’s books last August,
I have been tied down at my ranch almost all of
the time because of the shortage of help. We
must keep up production and win this war. If
we fail, there will be no more elections.
Your vote and support in the November 3rd
Election will be appreciated
WALTER G. SIRE
Your Vole and Influence Will Be Appreciated
General Election, Tuesday, November 3rd
J. C. STEIN
CRepublican Candidate for Re-election
~r ‘i H- •
- FIRST DISTRICT?
Holt county now has no indebtedness- except the: *'
Court House'Bondsi Since January 1,1942, Holt1'
County, through the County Bo&rd, has ‘ 'plir- +
chased $50,000 worth of Government Bonds, ,
are now on a cash basis. v ' . !*
If you approve my efforts toward economical
county government, I ask your support and vote
at the Election on November 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pierson of
Atlanta, Ga., were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ira Watson last Satur
day. Mr. Pierson is a brother of
J. A. Gifford of Wayne spent a
few days here last week visiting
old friends. Mr. Gifford formerly
lived in Inman.
The CofTee Club met at the
home of Mrs. M. L. Harkins on
Friday of last week. A covered
dish luncheon was served at
noon. Nineteen members and
three visitors were present. Mrs.
Earl Stevens was assisting hos
tess. The next meeting will be
with Mrs. Walter Jacox.
W. W. Watson returned to his
home in Lincoln last Sunday, af
ter spending ten days with his
sons, E. L. and I. L. Watson, and
Miss Anna Choudomelka, who
works in, Omaha, came up Friday
night and spent the week-end
with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Rispler and two
children, of Omaha, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Coventry
over the week-end. Mrs. Rispler
is a niece of Mrs. Coventry.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Watson and
family were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Butler in Neligh last
Bob Hutton went to Kansas
City on Monday, where he took
examination for the Navy Air
Mrs. Tom Hutton entertained
the Y. M. Club on Tuesday for
their day meeting. A lovely din
ner was served at noon. Mrs.
Melvin Smith of Compton, Calif.,
Mrs. L. R. Tompkins and Mrs, D.
Hartigan were guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leidy
and little son, who had been vis
iting relatives and friends here
for the past two weeks, left Mon
day for their home in Glenwood
Springs, Colo. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Leidy's father,!
Walter Jacox, who will visit with
the Leidys for a while. .
Word has been received hfe’re
by Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Butler that
their son, Vere, has been trans
ferred from Camp Carson, in Col
orado, to an officers’ training
camp near Washington, D. C. He
was chosen one out of ten out of
four hundred from Camp Carson
to take this training.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Christie and
grandson, Lawrence Wrona, Mrs.
Ray Christie and son, Gerald, of
Omaha, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Moor several days
last week. 1 ' *“ ‘
Mrs. Eva Murten, who had been
in Lincoln for several weeks, hav
ing undergone an operation for
bone tumor on her shoulder, re
turned home last Friday.
Lorin Keyes arrived here last
Saturday from Camp Walters,
Texas, for a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E Keyes,
and other relatives. He has a fif
The W. S. C. S. met in their
parlors last Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. I. L. Watson, Mrs! L. R.
Tompkins, Mrs! Kenneth Smith
and Mrs. Chester Youngs were
hostesses. Plans were made to;
serve lunch at the Karl Keyes sale j
which will be held at the Keyes!
farm a mile south of Inman onj
Wednesday, October 28.
Merle Castor, who has been ]
home for a week’s visit, left Sat-1
urday for Grand Island, from!
where he took the train for Wash
ington state. He was accompanied
as far as Grand Island by his
father, Leslie Castor, his brother,
Arlan, Miss Laura Allyn of Stu
art and Miss Ardith Smith.
Dr. and Mi s. Robert Taylor re-!
turned to their home in Beatrice!
last Sunday, after spending sev
eral days here with her parents. |
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Moor.
Mrs. Jennie Wilcox left Tues
day for Lincoln, where she at
tended Rebekah Assembly, in ses
sion there this week. She also
visited in the home of her son.
The Extension Club met at the
home of Miss Elsie Krueger on
Wednesday. A covered dish
luncheon was served at noon. The
lesson was on “Vegetables.”
A family reunion was held at
0 Tom Lanigan
the Forrest Smith home last Sun
day in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Smith of Compton, Calif.
Forty-two relatives were present.
Pinner was served at noon. Mr.
and Mrs. Smith left Friday morn
ing for their home in California.
The scrap drive, Sponsored by
the Youth Fellowship and Adult
Fellowship groups, will continue
this week, closing Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs Pal^ Asher, who
are in Chandler, Arizona, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc
Mahn on Tuesday. They were on
their way to Ppge Mr. Asher is
in the Air Squadron School, and
Mrs. Asher, formerly Alma Snell,
has an office job in the same
camp with her husband. They
have a fifteen day furlough.
Mr. ancf Mrs. Ed Aden have re
turned to their home in Des
Moines, Iowa, after spending two
weeks visiting at the homes of
Bert Gaffney, Dougal Allen and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griggs of
Cheyenne, Wyo., and Ed O'Con
nor of Denver, Colo., spent the
week visiting at the Wm. O'Con
nor and Jim O’Connor homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Tenborg re
turned home Monday morning
from Kansas City, Kan., after
spending two weeks with their
son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. John
Tenborg, and family and other
relatives. Their daughter, Eileen,
of Omaha, accompanied them
home for a few days’ visit with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Mary Mullen and son,
Owen, of Nebraska City spent
last Thursday and Friday visiting
at the Pat McGinnis home. Owen
left Friday evening for Norfolk,
Va., where he will be inducted
into the Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luth of At
kinson were overnight guests of
Henry Luth Saturday1.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Werner
of Elgin spent Saturday and
Sunday at the Harry Werner
Guy Cole, John Conard, Milt
Lawrence, Kenneth Werner and
Pat McGinnis had a farewell
party at their cabin on the Nio
Sunday evening. Harry will leave
for the Army soon.
Mrs. Kate Malloy returned
Saturday evening, after spending
the past three days visiting rela
tives and friends in Neligh.
Jasper Gifford, of Wayne, was a
week-end guest at the John Con
ard home. »J'
Clyde, Ed and Harl*y Beckwith
of Neligh called at the Fhed Beck
with home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harden Anspach
and family, of O’Neill, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Wagman and son, Ray
mond, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Beckwith and daughter, Leona
June, were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Givens and
family Sunday evening.
Word was received from Ber
nard Dusatko by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jerald Dusatko, that he
had been moved from Fort Leav
ennworth, Kansas, to Camp
Roberts, Cal. While at Camp
Roberts Bernard met father Parr,
formerly of O’Neill, #ho is a
Chaplain there. /<*«-•
The South Side Improvement
Club held an all day meeting at |
the home of Mrs. Agnes Gaffney
on Wednesday of last week. They
voted on having a victory sale in
November at the home of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beckwith
were dinner guests at the home of j
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Johnson on)
Friday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Johnson!
and daughters were dinner guests)
at the home of Mrs. Johnson’s j
mother, Mrs. Zuhlke, in Chamb- j
ers last Sunday.
Miss Clara Babl is visiting at
the home of Bernice Snider at
Atkinson this week.
Mrs. Henry Winkler, Mrs. Joe
Winkler and daughter, Leona,
drove to Omaha Sunday to visit
Mrs. Joe Winkler who is in a
hospital there. Mrs. Winkler is
getting along fine.
Mr. and Mrs. John Berger, of
Opportunity, spent Sunday after
noon visiting at the Maggie Siders
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Henry, of
Clearwater, spent Sunday visiting
friends in Emmet. Mr. Henry
was formerly depot agent here.
Mrs. Maggie Siders and daugh
ter, Beulah, visiited Mrs. Alice
Minton in O’Neill Saturday.
Mrs. Emma Maring and son,
Oliver, Mr. and Mra^ Jae Zizka
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Friday, October 30
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GAMES WILL START AT 8 O’CLOCK P. M.
and children and John Gaughen
baugh were dinner guests at the
Clarence Gilg home in Atkinson
Joe Stein, of O’Neill, was a
dinner guest at the Carence Farr
home on Wednesday evening of
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Peacock
were dinner guests at the Maggie
Siders home Sunday evening.
Miss Lottie Babl was an over
night guest of the Misses Leona
and Florence Winkler on Friday
and Saturday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beebe and
children of Topeka, Kansas, visit
ed at the Bob Allen home last
Darlie and Jay Banks are husk
ing corn at the Henry Werner
Miss Lois Cole was an over
night guest of Miss Shirley
Schaffer in O’Neill Tuesday of
Wm. Schmohr marketed hogs
in O’Neill Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Beckwith
and children were dinner guests
at the Bill Coleman home in Phoe
Mrs. Larry Tenbog, of O’Neill,
was a week-end guest at the Wm.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spangler
were dinner guests at the Charlie
Greig home near Atkinson Sun
Miss Helen Anspach, of Ains
worth, spent Sunday visiting her
mother, Mrs. Louise Anspach and
sister, Mrs. John Conard and
Zane Cole, Don Anawalt and
George Gilmore of Lincoln ar
rived Thursday evening to spend
the week-end visiting Zane's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cole^
and other relatives and friend*
They left Sunday afternoon, for
Lincoln, to resume their studies
at the University.
Del McCain, of Chambers, was
an over-night guest at the Homer.
Lowery home Monday.
Gene McKenna and Warren i
Burgess, of O’Neill, were eftnraez •
guests at the Guy Cole home ■
William Sullivan, of Lincoln^
and Ed Earley, of O’Neill, visited
at the Pat McGinnis home cat
Thursday evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tunender "
announce the arrival of a son ob -
last Sunday evening.
Mrs. Ada Johnston and sag,,
Arthur, of Dennison, Iowa, arriv
ed at the home of Grandma Cole
Monday afternoon for a week*
visit with relatives and friends.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 AND 24
Strictly High Quality Choco
lates that must not be con
fused with ordinary Commer
cial Whipped, Creams.
Pound . I
H Cup Sugar
14 Teaspoon Vanilla
H“Cot> StJPERB Gate
H Cup Peanut Butter
’4 Teaspoon Salt
2 Teaspoons Melted Short
Beat egg until very light, add sugar slowly, beating con
stantly. Add flavoring, oats, salt, peanut butter and
melted shortening. Drop from teaspoon on greased
baking-sheet and bake in a slow oven (360 Deg. F.)
until browned (about ten minutes). Remove from pan
while warm. This makes about eighteen macaroons.
PEANUT BUTTER "T ' 4Cs
Superb rolled oats.ss* isc
8 rXSSBa l TrtiH W l *1 EES Z5
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Lb* , %.Jt
Lin... 231# |
MUTTON ROAST I
Square Cut ^
l Should<;f\. i J
f PER PXjOND . I U
MUTTON CHOPS, Lb; 19c and 13c
LEG O' MUTTON, Lb.19c
MUTTON STEW, Lb.7c
I ROBB ROSS
A Fancy Blended j
Syrup that contains!
25% Pure Vermont I
\ 14 °c™«. 18#
l 30 Sirs.34#
Select your favorite flavors
subject to stock.
Made from Whole Wheat
Flour. E:i.racted Hone y.
Creamery Butter and Whole
(24-OZ.) LOAF ■■
You will like its rich, nutty
flavor as breakfast toast. Most
desirable for Peanut Butter
Ripe, Full Flavored, Old
English and Roka
Olive Pimento, Pimento
Cream, Pineapple Cream
Limburger and Relish Cream
5-Ounce fl f*
Glass.. . 1 ft
5-Ounce | gj
NEW "«««» WHITE RISE, 2»“« 19c
O’CEDAR ... POUSN, 16a.39c
Cans for ... 250
Large Pkg - 200
Stretches I Ik. Batter end 1 Pint fftilk
iaU 2 Peandt el Debctoat Spread
Package .. 10c
' TRANSCONTINENTAL DINERS
Serve these Finest of all Hatting Potatoes
r•«atari/ . . . Serve the same potatoes on
roar own table.
Under the jackets of Potatoes art Vitamin G, iron,
starch and Vitamin B. Baking Potatoes it a good -
method for preserving food value The baked skins
an good to eat, so don’t leave them on your plate.
flltfEFBUIT late ...4fer 25c
CABB**E SX ““-.. I Poeri 2c
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6 Carton 22c
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