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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1943)
Horse and Mule Sale
Monday, April 12
This sale will be held along with our regular
sale and will consist of all kinds of horses. We
will have plenty of buyers and expect a good
run. We will also have a large run of hogs and
cattle. The horse sale will start promptly at 11
o’clock a. m., with the hog sale starting
O’Neill Livestock Com. Co.
Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
Effective April 11th and from then on, your
Council Oak Store will remain closed on Sun
days. We are forced to take this step because
of shortage of help, extra time and work neces
sary to compile government reports, etc.
We’ll still be on the job six days a week serv
ing you with the finest foods obtainable at the
lowest possible prices.
COUNCIL OAK STORES
“YOUR FRIEND AT MEAL TIME’’
THIS SPRING IF YOU WANT TO
MAKE EXTRA DOLLARS FROM
YOUR CORN CROP NEXT FALL!
For thorough Scientific Eye Ex
amination and Correctly Fitted
DR. C. W. ALEXANDER
At Hotel O'Neill
O’Neill, Tuesday, April 13
In Inman evenings and Sundays
Mrs. Catherine Kaeiser spent
the week-end in Sioux City visit
George Bosn attended a Sodal
ity convention in Omaha over
Mrs. Dick Tomlinson went to
Omaha Sunday, where she visited
friends until Tuesday.
Mrs. Grace Wilcox returned
Thursday from Elgin where she
had spent a few days on business.
Mrs. C. E. Jones returned Sun
day from Columbus, where she
visited her daughter for a few
Miss Lydia Halva returned
I Tuesday from Lincoln, where
she had visited her sister for a
Miss Edith Morrow left Monday
for Grand Island, where she has
accepted a position with the Ord
Miss Anita Murphy has ac
cepted a position with the Hard
ing Cream Company and started
to work there last week.
Miss Jeanne McCarthy returned
home from Grand Island on Sun
day. She recently submitted to
an emergency appendectomy
there and is getting along fine.
Pvt. Junior Raffel of Fort St.
John’s British Columbia, who
was formerly employed in the
Montgomery hardware store here,
visited friends here Tuesday.
Corporal Kim Boelter of Miama
Beach, Florida, arrived here Sat
urday to spend a fifteen day fur
lough visiting relatives and
Mrs. D. H. Cronin and Ann
Asher went to Sioux City on Sun
day, returning home Monday
Pfc. Fred Halva returned Tues
visited his sister, Margaret, who
day from Lincoln, where he had
is a student nurse at Et. Eliza
Mrs. Anton Toy left last Friday
for Omaha, where she will visit
An auction sale of House*
, hold Goods and numerous
other articles will be held
at the McCafferty home, 3
blocks north of the Ford
Garage, in O'Neill, starting
at 2 o'clock p. m„ on
D. E. LOCKMON. CLERK
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS...
"I was just tellin’ my brother Fred this
morning, Judge...there’s never been a time
in our lives when we got to live up to that
old sayin’ * United we stand, divided we fall’
more than we have to today.”
“How true that is, Herb. And for the
life of me, I can’t figure out why, at a time
like this, some folks insist on raising a ques
tion like prohibition. I can’t imagine any
thing that would tickle our enemies more
than to get us folks over here taking sides
against each other, arguing about an issue
like that. We’ve got a he-man’s job on our
hands to win this war and we can’t be
wasting our minds, our money and our
strength fighting about something we
tried for nearly 14 years and found couldn’t
“I say there’s a time and a place for
everything, and this is no time or place to
be doing any fightin’ except the kind that’s
going tawin the war.”
Conference of Alcoholic Beverage Industries, Inc.
for several days at the home of
her sister and will then gc to
Wichita, Kansas, for a weeks visit
with relatives. From Wichita
she will go to San Diego, Cal.,
where she will visit her son and
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Toy, for a month. She expects
to be gone about six weeks.
Jim Foreman, Ernest Kloppen
borg and Wayne Fox were the
three local boys who left for Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kee and
daughter, Nayadene, spent Sun
day afternoon visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
The Bible study group met at
the home of Mrs. Cecil McMillan
on Thursday of last week. Ten
members were present. The next
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Leon Beckwith.
Grandma Cole and Mrs. Jessie
Lowery were dinner guests at
the Homer Lowery home Sunday,
in honor of Clara’s birthday. In
the afternoon Mrs. Fred Lowery
and daughters. Dorothy and El
dora, of O’Neill called.
Walter Spangler had the mis
fortune of being kicked by a horse
Monday of last week, but is much
improved at this time.
Pvt. Edward Winkler of Camp
Halo, Colorado, is home on a
Dorsey Abort has been pro
moted to Second Lieutenant, at
Camp Hondo, Texas.
Harvey Wayman was a busi
ness caller at the Jessie Lowery
Guy Cole and son, Bud, made a
business trip to Platte, S. D.,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Peacock
spent Tuesday of last week visit
ing their daughter, Mrs. Dale
Vetters at Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shaw
made a business trip to Norfolk
Larry Schaffer was a dinner
guest at the Guy Cole home
Lewis Kopecky entertained
twelve men at a pitch party at
his home on Friday night of last
The Adult Fellowship held their
monthly party at the Aid Parlors
on Thursday night of last week.
Mrs. Jim Kelley and Mrs. Wm.
Kelley had charge of the enter
tainment. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Stevens and Mrs. Eva Murten
served the lunch. Plans were
made for a box social to be held
in the near future, to make money
to buy flags for the church.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McClurg
drove to Bassett on Friday of last
week, where they signed a three
year contract with the Rock
County High School Board. Mr.
McClurg will be superintendent
and Mrs. McClurg will teach
home economics. The McClurg’s
have been here a number of years
and have many friends who hate
to see them leave, but who wish
them well in their new work.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and
children, of Council Bluffs, Iowa,
spent Saturday and Sunday visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Miller and other relatives.
On Sunday they went to Stuart
where they visited Mrs. Miller’s
mother, Mrs. Jessie McClurg, who
is in a hospital there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hopkins and
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sobotka went
to Madison and Stanton Sunday.
They were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Vaden Kivett near Madison.
Miss Laura Allyn, of Stuart,
spent the week-end with her
sister, Mrs. W. J. McClurg.
The Inman Junior-Senior ban
quet was held on April 3, at
O’Neill in the Golden Hotel ball
room. The theme of the banquet
was “The Last Round Up.” Fol
lowing is the program:
Miss Marjory Sholes was Toast
Round Up —. Margaret Sobotka
On the Range. Emma Stevens
Up the Trail Eugene Harte
Night on the Plains Norma
.._ June Hopkins
Down the Trial Lorilla Stevens
Under Cover Patty Bowering
Pulling the Ropes —Dannie Gal
After the banquet the Juniors
entertained the Seniors at a
Mr. and Mrs. E L. Watson re
ceived word from their son. Bill,
For Reliable Insurance
L. G. Gillespie Agency
W. F. FINLEY, M. D.
Phone, Office 28
O'Neill : Nebraska
RAY H. SHRINER
Insurance of All Kinds, Real
Estate and Rentals
F. H. A. Loans @4Vi%
Office Phone 106 Res. 136
BROWN & FRENCH
Oflk» Phwne 77
Complete X-Ray Equipment
Glasses Correctly Fitted
Residence ( Dr. Brown, 223
Phones ( Dr. French, 242
Glass . 1
BUY JELLY GLASSES NOW!
Butter Rationing is now an assured fact;
and will continue to be rationed for some
time to come . . . this means an increased
demand for jelly as a spread in every
home ... be sure to have glasses on hand
and be prepared to make jelly in greater
quantity than ever before when the sea
6-OZ. 1,01 uLASsis 1 DOZEN 39c
CAN . iJC
FRIED LIVER SAUSAGE Onions
1 lb. liver sausage (sliced thick)
1 lb. onions, peeled and sliced
Salt and pepper
2 tablespoons bacon drippings
Cook sliced onions in bacon drippings
until *tender (5 to 7 minutes) seasoning
to taste. Remove to hot platter. Slice
sausage into 1,4-inch slices and remove
casing. Brown the sausage on both sides
in the bacon fat. Serve as supper dish.
Carrot and Spinach Salad
RING LIVER SAUSAGE 24c
2 Pounds 1 r _
for .... luC
WHITING FISH, Pound.18c
NORTHERN PIKE, Pound .... 25c
BIG & RING BOLOGNA, Lb. .. 22c
HEAD CHEESE, Pound.29c
Pickle 8 Pimento Loaf, Pound 32c
SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound. ■ ,35c
BEEF ROASTS, Pound.27c
SHOULDER STEAK, Pound . ... 29c
SIRLOIN SHORT0CUT STEAKS, Pound . 39c |
Superb olives bsesw No. s r”!a 25c
FAVORITE ROLLED OATS, 5 pound original ba*.25s
MACARONI and SPAGHETTI, 2 pound cello bag.16c
DEPENDABLE SURE FIRE MATCHES 6 E” 21c
2 ST 23c
Full 50 Feet 9O4
Each, 32c and £vf»
So tasty served
r-lth Fresh Fruit*
; NANCY ANN “Enriched”
FRESH FROM Ol'R
„ , 0”'N OVENS
. (lVi Lb.)
MA BROWN “Enriched by Nature’’ f _
Whole Wheat Bread >’«•'. 15c
MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT
Thin skinned, full of juice and fully matured. Enjoy
the finest flavored Grapefruit of the season in a nice
range of sizes. See our display for prioes.
WINESAP APPLES, Dozen . 35c
FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES, 5 Lbs..39c
GREEN TOP CARROTS, 2 Bmobct.13c
FRESH ASPARAGUS, Hm4.2Sc
BLEACHED CELERY, Large Stalk .Me
WAXED RUTABAGAS, PenC .7jo
TRILBY SOAP ig,
2 Cakes . I DC
HASKINS Hard Water
Castile, Cake . DC
BLUE BARREL, SOAP IQ,
2 Pound Bars . I DC
SEASONS TOILET i i m
SOAP, 2 Cakes . I I %
M-h Mw .34c
who is in Deming, New Mexico,
that he has been promoted to
The Harmony Club had an
April Fool party at the home of
Mrs. Lewis Kopecky on Thurs
day afternoon of last week.
James McMahon entertained a
group of men at a pitch party at
his home on Thursday night.
Mrs. Walter Jacox went to Bur
well Sunday, where she was call
ed by the sudden death of her
brother, Carl Clark who passed
away on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Allyn and
son, Jim, and his family, of Stuart,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. War
ren McClurg on Sunday.
The Odd Fellows held a party
after lodge on Tuesday night.
Each member invited a guest. Ice
cream and cake was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Young, Mr.
and Mrs. James Coventry and
Mrs. Margery Kelley drove to
Norfolk and Madison Wednesday.
They were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Vaden Kivett near Madison.
On their way home they stopped
in Meadow Grove, where they
purchased baby chicks.
Mrs. Jennie Wilcox, who has
been visiting her daughter in
Fairbault, Minn., through the
winter months, returned home
Mrs. Herbert Rouse son, Marvirv
and daughter Marjorie, and Miss
Mildred Keyes spent the week
end at Stanton with Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Jacox, of Atkinson,
spent the week-end with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacox.
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