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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1943)
You Don't Have To Pay MORE
To Get Long-Wearing Shoes
Government order allocates the
best grades of sole leathers to our
armed forces. Our fighting men get
the best as is right, but you can buy
Brown-McDonald shoes with con
, High Walled
Designed for walking these
are smart enough for dress
or dates. Walled last with
square toe and medium heel.
Leather snle. Width AA-B.
Shoes for various occasions.
Walled last, medium heel and
with smart flap tongue, at
Dress pumps in stepin style
with clever trim at Instep.
Modified heel; AAA to B.
Moccasin type sport oxford in
brown leather and with
leather sole. AA to B.
$3.49 - $4.98
Trim dress oxfords in
various styles with a
higher heel. Some are
f Brown or black leath*
* er. AAA to B width.
4-H Victory Sewers
The 4-H Victory Sewers held
their meeting at the home of
Mary Bruder on Friday evening,
May 7. The meeting opened by
singing “There’s a Star-Spangled
Banner Waving Somewhere.” Five
members were absent, due to ill
ness. The next meeting will be
held at the Ramold home. After
the meeting closed, games were
played, after which a delicious
lunch of sandwiches, pickles,
cookies and ice cream was served
by the hostess and her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Seiwert,
daughter Leona and Miss Anita
Murphy spent Sunday in Butte
Mrs. Goldie Liddy spent Sun
day visiting her son, Thomas, and
family and her daughter, Mrs.
Hans Egger, and family._
Steel Creek Calf Club
The Steel Creek Calf Club held
a meeting at the home of Ed
Krugman last Saturday evening.
Discussions were held on the rais
ing of dry edible beans for food
production. A committee was ap
pointed to decide what to discuss
at the next meeting, which will
be held at the home of Mr. Burg
land on Saturday, June 13.
Sgt. Freelant Pribil of New Or
leans, La., arrived Monday to visit
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Pribil. He will be married on Sat
urday to Miss Elsie Peter of this
Mrs. Lyndle Stout entertained
the 9FF Club at her home last
Thursday evening. Mrs. Harold
Weir won high score, Mrs. Allen
Jaszkowiak second high, and
Mrs. Walter Pharris third high.
For highest net returns,
bring your livestock to
your nearest and best
We Sell Every Monday On a Strictly
O’Neill Livestock Com. Co.
Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
An Opportunity Ttt
Takr I p Nur*fo*
In gcefUilllUec With Mir plans of)
the genctal FedetuMun of Worn
on1* X'luhs to conduct a ptugfim j
for the mwuttincnt of student
nurses, the IMlle Puici Club of
AUtinton has voted to sponsor a
MM scplaishlp to some youngi
woman of Holt county w ho cam
quality fbt the scholarship.
Requirements for the student
Me ah American eitisen, IR lo 3?|
yearn of age, graduate of an ac
credited high school in upper half I
of class. College training is a val
uable asset in shortening the pe
riod of training Good health,
good character and be a well ad I
Re able to obtain funds suffi
dent to finance the incidentals of
I training and for entrance fees, as
this money is not available for
four or more months after en
| trance to training school. It is to
i be used for tuition.
This scholarship must be ap
I proved by the Nebraska Fcdcr
! ation Women's Clubs committee,
! of which Mrs. J. L. Vandenberg,
j state piesident, is head,
j The usual period of training is
three years, but owing to the ex - j
igeneies of war needs the training ■
i time is expected to be cut several
i months, thus shortening the train-1
j ir.fi period appreciably.
The accredited Schools of Nurs
! ing in Nebraska are located at
Alliance, Grand Island. Hastings !
j Seottsbluff. three in Lincoln and |
• six in Omaha, with the approxi-l
( mate costs from $175 to $350.
This scholarship hind win do,
1 administered during the period of
training by the director of nurses,
through the treasurer of the state
federation. The time limit for re
ceiving applications is May 30.
The Utile Dulci Clubs Recruit
ment Committee w»ill be glad to
receive applications from Holt
county young women. This fund
is intended to aid someone who
otherwise might not be able to
train for this profession. The fol
lowing are members of the com
mittee: Mrs. John McNulty. Mrs.
J. L. Berigan. Mrs. P. T. Schultz.
Mrs. I. R. Dickerson, all of At
I To young women who are in
terested in the nursing profession
now is a wonderful time to train.
. The period of training being
shortened, no doubt an intensive
program will be carried out. The
need is so great, hospitals are
i calling back many nurses long re
i tired from the profession. The
j Army and Navy are in need of
a greater number than can be
Nursing is a life-time profes
sion. The need for nurses is not
only now, but for many years af
ter the war is over a vast number
will be needed, not only for our
own local hospitals but for vet
eran hospitals, with armies of oc
cupation in countries that have
been overrun by the invaders.
The Military Nursing Corps carry
the rank of Army and Navy offi
cers. The call is for 6.500 nurses
Holt Co. A.CA. Notes
H. A. Milieu, of the SCS of Al
bion, has informed this office that
a number of grape hoes will be
available for shelterbelt mainte
nance in Holt county until July
1. All parties interested in using
one of these implements, please
inform us at once.
The county scrap meeting was
held last week as scheduled. The
totvnship boards in every town
ship in the county was appointed
to contact the operators. The
county supervisors to have charge
of their respective districts. As
county chairman. I am asking
that everyone move their scrap
during this drive—May 10 to 22.
We expect more feed wheat at
Atkinson. O’Neill and Page soon,
at 99 cents per bushel. We also
have plenty of CCC corn at Page
at the same price.
Harry E. Ressel, Chairman,
Holt County A. C. A.
Mrs. James McMahan was in
Norfolk on business Wednesday.
The Coffee Club met at the
home of Mrs. Walter Jacox on
Mrs. Virgil Tomlinson was in
Norfolk on business Tuesday,
staying overnight wdth her aunt,
Mrs. Stuart Hartigan. and return
ing home Wednesday.
A number of young folks gath
ered at the Harold Asher home at
Page and gave some of the boys
a reception who will soon be in
ducted into the Army.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rutledge of
Lynch visited relatives here last
Mrs. Clarence Hansen and
Merle Keyes entertained friends
at a surprise party for their par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Keyes,
on their thirty-fifth wedding an
niversary. L. R. Tompkins and
Mrs. A. N. Butler won high and
Clarence Hansen and Mrs. E. L.
“It Takes Both”
' - HMw.
It takes both ... a Punch and Judy
to stage a pantomime show and two
hands to pull the strings behind the
scenes. It takes both . .. War Bonds
and taxes to finance the staggering
cost of this global war. Buy War
Bonds and more War Bonds every
payday as you pay your Victory Tax.
Wihmtt lev score A grand lunch
\vas seivrd by ihf hwtv*s
ReiitlVex hete ttefiYvd \voH
that Nb and Mr* 11, F Rivctt of
Cot-ohiuhv tallf, are the proud
pment* of a baby boy Mi* Klv
ett I* Ihe former Mary Pvibil
Mr and Mrs, J. H, Rutler and
daughter, Mary. #vre Sunday
guests at tiie A. N Putter home
Mr and Mrs Paul Rcasteadt of
Omaha visited over Sunday at
the Chet Young home Mrs. Sea
Steadt and Mi* Young an' sisters
Mr and Mi*. Hex Rutler vis
Red his parents. Mr, and Mrs. A
N Rutler, o\*er Sunday
Rev. K R. Maxry gave the
baccalaureate sermon last Sun
day evening in the high school
auditorium to a class of eleven
Mrs Juba Riley and grand
daughter. Patty Bartsch, visited
relatives at Royal over Sunday
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor of
Beatrice came Thursday for Moth
er's Day at the G. E Moor home
Mr, and Mi's, diet \ ouiig and
Mr and Mrs. Marvin Young vis
ited at Osmond on Monday.
Mr*. Kenneth Smith entertain
ed the Young Married Folks
Bridge Club at her home last Fri
day evening, Mr. and Mrs. Chet
Young and Mr. and Mrs Clarence
Hansen were guests High score
was won by Mrs. A. \V. Tomlin
son and W. J. McClurg, low by
Mi*. James Coventry and James
Gallagher, guest by Mr. and Mrs.
Chet Young. A battle of sexes
was played to see who would en
tertain at a dinner later. The men
won. Mr. and Mrs. McClurg were
presented with a going away gift,
a pair of dresser lamps, by the
Marjorie Rouse was home over
Sunday to spend Mother's Day.
Friends and relatives have re
ceived announcements of the
graduation of Annabella Lou But
ler of Neligh from the Independ
ence Sanitorium and Hospital
School of Nursing at Independ
The Mothers Club had an all
day meeting at the Roy Gannon
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tompkins
drove to Genoa on Monday, where
her parents met them. Mrs. Tomp
kins and children went on to
Utica to visit.
The Inman I.O.O.F. lodge took
three candidates, Tom Watson,
Marvin Rouse and Clarence Han
sen to O'Neill on Wednesday
night, where the lodge there con- I
ferred the second degree.
Sgt. Frelent Pribil of New Or
leans, La., arrived home Monday
to spend a furlough with his par- j
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pribil.
M. L. Harkins and daughters.
Hildred and Mrs. Elwin Smith,
drove to Grand Island last Friday
to meet Mrs. Harkins, who had
spent three months with her son,
Forrest Harkins, of Turlock, Calif.
Norbert Clark, petty officer 3-c,
is home on furlough from Boston
Relatives got together and had
dinner at the E. E. Clark home
in honor of Norbert Clark, who is
home on furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. L L. Watson of
Inman have returned from a
trip through the southwest. In
Tuscon. Ariz.. they attended the
wedding of their daughter, Pa
tricia, to Lieut. Clifford Opper.
While there they visited Mr. and
Mrs. Thorne Brown, the latter be
ing a cousin of Mrs. Watson. They
stopped in Amarillo, Texas, for a
short visit with relatives, also in
Omaha and Lincoln. They arriv
ed home on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Loy and
daughter, Davine. and Miss Vir
gina Schultz spent Sunday eve
ning visiting at the J. H. Patter
The South Side Improvement
Club met at the home of Mrs.
Walter Puckett on Wednesday.
John Dailey of Winner, S. D.,
was a dinner guest at the Wm.
Dailey home last Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Peacock spent
Monday visiting with friends at
A group of friends gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Hoppe last Sunday evening and
tendered them a shower. The eve
ning was spent playing cards and
dancing. After opening the many
nice gifts received, lunch was
served, after which the guests de
parted for their homes, wishing
Mr. and Mrs. Hoppe many years,
of happiness and prosperity.
Mrs. Clarence Shaw? made a
business trip to Norfolk last;
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beckwith
and daughter, Leona Feme, were
dinner guests at the R. E. Young
home near Atkinson last Sunday.
Pvt. Dewey Newton, who is sta
tioned somewhere in New Mexico,
is home on furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fox and
family, Mr. and Mrs George
Brainard. Mr. and Mrs. Bob FoX|
and family and Mrs. June Luben
and son, Melvin, were Sunday
dinner guests at the Dever Fox
home near Atkinson.
The high school students en
joyed a party on Thursday eve
ning of last week* at the school
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saunto and
family of O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard McConnell and family.
Money to Loan
Central Finance Co.
C. E. Jones. Manager
O'NEILL : NEBRASKA
FRIDAY A HD BATURDAY, MAY 14 nnri ID
ml.yea «n<i Aiirrn a4
PEACHES ........ 21c
MI.vkr rnimn 4 A
SAUERKRAUT V™: r,, 13c
Sweetened and unsweetened,
Mr.v now be had with
No. t Can, t Points |
Per Can . ItlC
t«-Oi, Can. 4 Points, _
Prr Can .
5 Pound I ff .
■ Colin. Bac I w If
i s«#\nn mg nr i« mint*
WMu imn ltl)l».. NO, t < AW ... I
-•'tP1 ■ MORNING I.IQHT 1* mini*
tCT GREEN.....SO, i IAS.... I
^ummrr morning i.ight u mini*
Via£>KilllL9 UK,) pitted.no. i us.... I
A “Ready Cooked" Beef
and Pork Loaf. For a Sun*
day roast you garnish with
Campbell's Tomato Juice
and thoroughly heat in the
2 vs; .... 15c
2SS ... 33e
BIO SLICING BOLOGNA, Pound .22c
PICKLED PIGS FEET, 14-o*. Jar.27c
SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound . 3Sc
PORK LOIN ROASTS
and PORK CHOPS
pmnmi A Ac
39c, 33c and .£9
Dainty Soap Mix
Puft chicken fat gives this
soup a rich, tempting fla
vor. Cooks in 10 minutes.
4 generous servings in
each package. Use Dainty
Soup Mix for a “Point
2 Packages KM I5c
H BM. B»* ..
bags for 22
For rich mel
low flavor, de
and “more cups
CORN and GLOSS
Packare . • w
EGG and PEANUT SALAD
6 hard cooked eggs
V4 to Vt cup SUPERB
Garnish of peanut halves
Cut the eggs in half lengthwise, remove the yolks and
combine with SUPERB PEANUT KRUSH and may
onnaise to moisten. Pill the whites with this mixture.
Put two halves of egg on a plate, surround with curls
of celery. Put 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise dressing over
each egg and garnish with peanut halves.
Superb Peanut Krush, 16 30c
2 rr- is<
Those Sweet Juicy Cali
fornia Navels you have been
eating of late will soon be
off the market. This may be
the last week on these finest
of all oranges.
The large juicy Grapefruit
at Council Oak are fully
ripened and so sweet that
many enjoy them best with
out sugar. !
Buy them by the dozen.
ASPABACUS SiiSS, Pound Bunch. 15c
SUNKIST LEMONS nuuE. . 6,., nc|
WINESAP APPLES . Dozen 35c
COLGATE PA-«™ SOAPS
PALMOLIVE, 3 cakes . 20c
CASHMERE BOUQUET, 3 cakes .27c
CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP, 6 giaat bars 27c
SUPER SUDS, large .24c
KLEK, Small, iOc—Large .20c
24 S*.. 15*
Mr. and Mrs. Eli McConnell and
family of Atkinson and Mr. and
Mrs. Alex McConnell were Sun
day dinner guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Puckett.
Mrs. Merta Fox of Hastings is
visiting relatives in and around
The Bible Study Group met at
the home of Mrs. Leon Beckwith
Mrs. Frank Foreman called on
Mrs. John Lowery on Wednesday
evening of last week.
Jim O’Connor has been on the
sick list, but is better at this
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmohr and
son, Walter, visited at the Ed
Wayman home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kee receiv
ed word from their son, Pvt. Mer
vin Kee, that he is somewhere
Mr. and Mrs. George Stanick
of McCook were business callers
in Emmet last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cole spent
Wednesday and Thursday of last
week in Lincoln visiting their
son, Zane, who attends the Uni
versity of Nebraska.
Miss Patricia Kruse of O’Neill
was a dinner guest of Lois Cole
on Wednesday evening of last
A large crowd gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoppe
on Tuesday evening of last week
and charivaried them.
The eighth grade examinations
were given in Emmet by Mrs.
John Conard on Thursday of last
week. Those taking them were:
Jerry Tomjack, Roland Wills, Re
gina Mullen, Ruby Fox, Jackie
Janzing, Wendell Babl, Arlene
Beckwith and John Wagnon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Winkler re
ceived word from their son, Roy,
who is in Alaska, that he has
been promoted from Private First
Class to Corporal.
Mrs. Dale Vetters and daugh
ter, Maureen, left for their horn*'
at Riverview on Thursday at last!
week, after spending some sSme
visiting at the home of Mrs>. Vet
ters parents. Rev. and M rs. T. J.
Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Peacock
received word from their daughter
and her husband of Bassett, Mr.,
and Mrs. Larry Robinson, an
nouncing the arrival of a baby
daughter on Saturday morning?.
Mrs. Robinson is the former Mil
dred Peacock, formerly of Emmet.
Mrs. Belle Siders and daughter,
Beulah Grace, moved to O’Neill
last Saturday, where they plan to
make their future home.
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