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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1943)
j Special Auction
Red Cross Benefit
| In conjunction with our regular auction we will
[ hold a special Red Cross Auction at our sales
[ pavilion on next
! MONDAY, March 22
| We will sell anything and everything of value
| which you may consign to this auction as your
| contribution to the Red Cross Drive now in
: progress in Holt county.
I Your contribution may, in a financial, way, help
| to save someone’s life. The Red Cross is de
| pending upon us, the citizens of the U. S. A., to
1 raise the necessary funds with which they can
\ carry on their work of mercy.
i Let’s All Help In This Worthy Cause... j
| Consignments to the Red Cross will be accepted I
I at the sale pavilion on Saturday, Sunday and I
\ Monday, March 20, 21 and 22. We will start ]
1 selling Red Cross contributions promptly at 12 j
: o’clock noon on Monday, March 22.
DO YOUR BIT!
This Is Everybody’s War
j THE REI) CROSS NEEDS YOUR HELP.
DO NOT FAIL THEM.
! O’Neill Live Stock Com. Co.
I O’NEILL Phone 2 NEBRASKA
Mrs. Maureen Olson left Mon
day for Omaha, where she will
make her future home.
Joe Biglin went to Omaha last
Friday for medical treatment. He
returned home on Sunday.
Howard Jefferies, U. S. N., re
turned to Greht Lakes Naval
Training Station at Great Lakes,
111’;* on Wednesday, after spend
ing a week’s furlough here with
^ his wife and other relatives and
Mrs. Helen Sirek, and daughter,
Yvonne, spent the week-end in
Omaha visiting Ted Sirek, who
is employed at the Glenn Martin
The Misses Marion and Mar
jorie Dickson took their sister,
Mrs. Roy Anderson, to Grand Is
land on Monday, from where she
returned to her home in Vancou
ver, Wash. She had visited rel
atives and friends here for the
past several weeks, being called
here to attend the funeral of her
mother, Mrs. R. R. Dickson.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Lundgren
entertained the Sunday evening
dinner club at a 6:30 o'clock din
ner at their home last Sunday
Wayne Bowers, U.S.N., return
ed to the Great Lakes Naval
Training Station at Great Lakes,
111., on Tuesday, after spending a
furlough here visiting relatives
Gerald Graybiel and Ed Verzal
returned home last Saturday from
Omaha, where they had taken
their pre-induction examination
for the United States Army. They
Mrs. Charles Stout entertained
the Delta Dek, Contract, and Mar
tez Clubs at a 7 o’clock dinner at
the M. and M. Cafe on Tuesday,
followed by cards at her home.
Mrs. L. A. Burgess, Mrs. E. M.
j Gallagher, Evelyn Stannard, Mrs.
Homer Mullen and Mrs. Charles
McKenna won high score.
Guy Cole had to make a trip to
O’Neill on Monday to bill out a
car of hay, as there is no depot
agent at Emmet. Mr. Cole doesn't
think it a fair deal what with the
, rationing of tires and gasoline.
Misses Gladys Schmohr and
Florence Winkler called on Mrs.
Jessie Lowery last Thursday eve
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lorenz, Mr.
and Mrs. Guy Beckwith and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. WillianA
Schmohr and son, Walter, called
at the Ed Way man home on Wed
nesday evening of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benz and
daughter, Mary Ellen, have mov
I ed to the place formerly occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Strong two
miles east of Emmet.
Mrs. Ruth Wagnon and children
and Mrs. Jessie Lowery were bus
iness callers in O’Neill last Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jurgens
mier and Mrs. Jetty Shorthill of
; O’Neill were dinner guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jur
| gensmier and family last Sunday.
Mrs. Jessie Lowery and Mrs.
Ruth Wagnon were business call
ers at the Lawrence Burgess home
last Saturday morning.
Sgt. Bob Bass of Ainsworth and
Miss Helen Anspach of O’Neill
were guests at the home of Mrs.
John Conard last Sunday.
Mrs. June Luben, Carol Fox,
Jim Foreman, James Jurgensmier
and Jim O'Connor are on the
sick list at this writing.
Jack Runyan of Omaha trans
acted business in Emmet the lat
ter part of last week.
Mrs. Larry Tenborg of O’Neill
spent Sunday at the Wm. Ten
Mrs. Guy Cole made a business
trip to Lincoln the end of last
week. She was accompanied by
Buy U. 5. War Bonds
I. E. S. LAMPS
Poor light is the enemy that lays seige to good
eyesight. But there's one ally that eyesight can de
pend upon and that is adequate, sight-saving light
. . . the kind of light supplied by an 1. E. S. lamp.
Fortunately, for the eyes of America, they have such
an ally, for it protects the eyesight of young and old
alike. Be sure your family has this protection. Light
your home with efficient, attractive I. E. S. lamps and
give the eyes of your entire family the protection
and comfort of Better Light for Better Sight.
See the attractive, sight-saving I. £. S. Lamps
now on display at our showroom.
Mrs. Dewey Schaeffer and Mrs.
Osenbaugh of O’Neill, who went
along to visit their daughters,
who are attending the state uni
Misses Jo Ann Burgess and
Pauline Rickly of O'Neill spent
last Sunday visiting Lois Cole.
The depot agent is gone now
and Emmet is left without even a
caretaker. Everyone interested in
this matter should not forget to
attend the hearing to be held in
O’Neill on April 8th at 9:30 a. m.
Hubert Ramble had the misfor
tune to fall at school and run a
leadpencil into the palm of his
hand, thus causing infection.
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Peacock of
Emmet and Mrs. Oscar Peacock
of Bassett left Monday morning
for Crofton to visit their son and
husband, Pvt. Oscar Peacock, who
has a three day furlough there.
Mrs. Oscar Peacock was an over
night guest of Rev. and Mrs. Pea
cock last Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Fox of Washing
ton, D. C., arrived at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
I Fox, last Wednesday morning to
I spend a three weeks’ vacation
here visiting with relatives and
Wm. Tenborg is on the sick list
at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fox and son,
Dick, Mrs. June Luben and son,
Melvin, and Miss Dorothy Fox of
Washington, D. C., were dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dever Fox and family in
Atkinson last Sunday.
Guy Beckwith took a truck
load of cattle to Sioux City last
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmohr and
family spent last Sunday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Wayman in O’Neill.
Bob Fox and son, Dick, Mrs.
June Luben, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Fox and family and Miss Dorothy
Fox of Washington, D. C., spent
last Thursday evening visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Luben near Inma«n.
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Peacock
spent last Saturday visiting at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Wal
ter Vargason, and family. They
also visited another daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Robinson and son of Norden,
where Mr. Robinson and LaVern
are ill with measles.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Henry have
had their furniture sent to Wis
ner, where he expects to be de
pot agent. He was formerly depot
agent at Emmet.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abart re
ceived word from the son, Lieut.
Gaylord Abart, that he is is some
where in the Solomon Islands.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Keyes and
daughter, Mrs. James Vidlak, of
Omaha drove up Sunday morn
ing for a short visit with relatives
and friends. They returned home
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hutton and
son, Graydon, and daughter, Vic
ky Sue drove to Sioux City last
Sunday, where they spent the day
with their daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Green
and their new granddaughter,
Connie Jean. They were accom
panied by Mrs. Cap Pribil, who
visited her daughter, Geneva,
who is taking nurse training in
St. Vincent’s Hospital. Mrs. Prib
il remained in Sioux City for a
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coven
try entertained their pinochle
club last Saturday evening at
their home, the occasion being in
honor of the birthday of Mrs. D.
Hartigan, who received some nice
gifts, also a birthday cake, made
by Mrs. Coventry. Mr. and Mrs.
James Coventry were guests.
Miss Opal Renner of Battle
Creek was a week-end guest of
Ruth Jeanette Watson.
W. H. Chicken of Orchard was
an Inman visitor last Sunday.
The ladies of the W.S.C.S.
worked three days last week pa
pering, painting and cleaning up
their parlors. New linoleum was
laid in the kitchen. They are now
DR. A. E. GADBOIS
Eye, Ear, and Nose Special*
ist, will make his regular
visit at Dr. Carter's office in
Friday, March 26
Money to Loan
Central Finance Co.
C. E. Jones, Manager
O'NEILL : NEBRASKA
bright and cheery looking and
everyone will enjoy working
Last Friday night M. L. Hark
ens entertained twelve men at a
stag party at his home, the occas
ion being his birthday. Pitch was
enjoyed, after which his daugh
ters, Mrs. Elwin Smith, and Hil
dred served lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher
entertained their bridge club last
George Conard, who has been
ni the Army at Geiger Field,
Wash., arrived home last Friday.
He has been released from the
Army and will work for Harvey
Tompkins, his former employer.
Pvt. John Watson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. I. L. Watson, is now
stationed at Camp Hujen, Texas.
His address is Battery C-555. Ba
tallinn C. A. (A A.), Pvt. Mickey
Gallagher, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Gallagher, is at the same
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alexander
and two little daughters of Royal
spent the week-end with Mrs.
Julia Riley, returning home Sun
Mrs. Jane Enders spent the past
several days with her sister, Mrs.
Sanford, in O’Neill.
Mrs. L. R. Tompkins, Mrs. G.
E. Moor and! Mrs. Eva Murten at
tended Woman’s Club in O’Neill
on Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Robin Malone had her
household goods trucked to Oma
ha last week, having bought a
Several members of the Inman
Worker’s Club met at the home
of Mrs. James McMahn on Wed
nesday afternoon to make riothes,
some of which will l>e sent to boy*
in the service
Mrs. Virgil Tomlinson went to
Kansas City, Mo., last Saturday,
where she is spending a few day*
with her husband, who is with a
Miss Ruth Jeanette Watson left
Wednesday morning for Lincoln
to visit relatives and friends. She
will spend the week-end at Fair
bury, a guest of Bob Hutton, who
is in training there in the aviation
Word was received Monday by
Mr. and Mrs. A. N, Butler from
their son, Vere, who is stationed
at Camp Carson, Colo., that he
was married on Saturday, March
13th to Miss Arlene Sashmett,
formerly of Newport, but who
has been working in Scottsbluff.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 19 and 20
How *o !
It’s fact! Fresh vegetables will be
scarce unless you grow your own.
Commercial production of vegetables
will be low Grow your own vegetables
—and enjoy them all season long. It's
easy, it's fun, and it’s thrifty to raise
a garden. Turn your spare time into
health for your fam
ily. Stop in and see GARDEN
our thrift packets of MK
Michael - Leonard WLM
tested garden seeds,
SOMETHING TO EAT:
that does not require Coupons from Ration Book
No. 2—This is a question of deepest interest to
Homekeepers at this time. . . . The solution to tins
problem is found in the wide variety of nourishing
unrationed foods on display at your
COUNCIL OAK STORE_
Keep a jar on hand to
use as a “Butter Ex
Use Peanut Butter in
sandwiches and baked
foods, because of its
high nutrition value.
Ounre Jar sa.
(Full 2 Founds)HUC
Save the jar
Jar . ill
DELICIOUS CORN CAKES
To one cup Robb-Ross Pan
cake Flour you add 1 heap
ing Tablespoon corn meal and
follow the directions on the
bag . . . You will enjoy corn
cakes for a change.
Eat More Fish
Share the Meat
Wood Box .. CU&
Ready to Eat
Big and Ring
DILL PICKLES, 3 for.10c
PICKLED PIG FEET, 14-oz. Glass 27c
WIENERS, pound .29c
HEAD CHEESE, pound .23c
POLISH SAUSAGE, pound .33c
LIVER CHEESE LOAF, pound .. 35c
SUMMER SAUSAGE, pound .35c
| Babie* love it* finer flavor.
Superb “Maraschi/io Style”
Red Cherries, 2*
POPCORN PACKAGE .
SALE SPECIAL. | QC
4 OZ. BAG . | V
VELVEETA .i K, 20c
SUPERB OATS, 3-lb. Carton.19c
WAXTEX, 125-Foot Roll, 2 Rolls .. 29c
BRESKO DOG FOOD, 3-lb. Bag ... 29c
Per Package . . .I3c
3 Lbs. OA
GREEN TOP CARROTS, Buach.9c
ICEBERG LETTUCE, Large Head ... 13c
YELLOW ONIONS, 3 Pounds.20c
P. & G. SOAP PRODUCTS
CAMAY TOILET SOAP, t Calces.13c
IVORY SOAP, 3 Medium Calces.20c
IVORY SOAP, 3 Large Calces.29c
P&G LAUNDRY SOAP, 6 Giant Bars.2Te
24 °£? 15#
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