The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, December 02, 1943, Image 5

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    STOCK UP NOW!
Yellow Onions
Supply is limited. ... In a
few weeks it w-ill be hard to
locate a shipper.
Per Pound. 6c, CQ*
18 Pound Bag for ******
WAXED RUTABAGAS, Pound.4c
TEXAS RADISHES 3 IQci
POTATOES .ID "°SJ£* 38c
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SWEET JUICY
TEXAS
GRAPEFRUIT
Assorted Si3es
Low Ceiling Prices
Emperor
Grapes
16c
Per *5 O**
Package
Fresh Roasted
PEANUTS
?5Snp.24s
GROUND |
BEEF
Combine with Pork
Sausage for a de
licious Meat Loaf.
Per OC
Pound .. S& V
FANCY
HAMS
Skinned, Smoked
and Tendered
Whole or Half
PER
POUND
PURE
1 PORK
SAUSAGE
Seasoned to per
fection.
Per OC
Pound ,.VV
FANCY SLICED
BACON round .
FRESH
PORK FEET
Pound .8c
PURE
LARD; 2 sr?..
Tender Juicy
BEEF
ROASTS
Pound,
28c and .
PORK B&GK BONES, Lb. ...5c
PORK LIVER, Lb.19c
PORK SPARERIBS, Lb.21c
BEEF LIVER, Lb.29c
Pork Loin
ROASTS
and CHOPS
Pound,
33c and .. LuC
PANTRY PRIDE IMITATION mm
Vanilla Extract . 10
ADELINA A
TOMATO PASTE St... 00
DERBY ^
BARBECUE SAUCE Bottle 90 I
Philadelphia
CREAM
CHEESE
Pkg. .. llC
MAFO IMITATION A ,
MAPLE EXTRACT 25?... 90
SUPERB A ,
EVAP. MILK ™. 90
FIRST PRIZE .
MEALY BEANS Ponnda ... I ■ 0
SWITCH TO
“TAC-CUT”
For a Better Cup of Coffee
Drink “Tac-Cut” for the “extra pep” in “more cups per lb.”
its delicious satisfying flavor . . . there’s Makes Tac-Cut a Most
an invitation in its fragrance—a thrill in Economical Coffee
its rid' nlow flavor—a “lift” in its en
ergizing goodness—a cup of good coffee pftiirij
made from Tac-Cut is an aid to digestion rouna ^IlC
—avoid distress after a hearty meal by jar
drinking a “ooupla cups” of Tac-Cut. * * ' _
COUNCIL OAK ass COFFEE, Pound 29c
SUPERB CREAM STYLE 4 g% .
WHITE CORN .130
srriBB whole 4 a .
TOMATOES a f;.130
SUPERB 4 m ,
GREEN BEANS EL1..150
SUPEBB 4 A
ROLLED OATS 190
O’Henry
Cookies
12-oz. Pkg.
r
SOFT SUE IX Af.,
WALNUTS, Pound ... 350
EVERYDAY A4 ,
Soda Crackers, 2 410
HONEY GRAHAM AP ^
CRACKERS, 2 it.250
FRESH BAKED JR |
SALTED PEANUTS, Lb.240
Morning
Light
INDIA
BUCK
TEA
4-CZ. Pkg.
22c
Nancy Ann
Enriched”
BREAD
24 °L"o°? lie
GERBER’S
FOODS
Cereal nn<1
Im«t. Oatmeal
2 f,T 27c
Ma Brown
Whole Wheat
BREAD
24 °SC 150
GUARANTEED FLOUR
WHITE LOAF, 50-lb. Bag.$2,09
FIRST PRIZE, 50-lb. Bag.$1.89
T hompson
SEEDLESS
RAISINS
2 Pounds
25'
Per Cake
7c
Giant
Package
69° i
KLEK
Small Pkg.lOc
Large Pkg.2Qc
CRYSTAL WHITE
Scouring Powder
3 Packages . . 14c
BORAX
Washing Compound
44 XT I Sc
SWIFTS
DOG FOOD
CM* CMC «OOt
<2 19c
* JwiK
PAGE NEWS NOTES
(Continued from page Four)
Ronnie were Sunday diner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Stevens of Orchard. Dixie
Lee Patty and Sonja Rae Stevens,
who had spent several days at the
B. H. Stevens home, returned to
their home at Orchard.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stauffer, Sr.,
left Saturday morning for Hal
stead, Kan., where they will spend
the winter at the home of her sis-'
ter, Mrs. Dora Harvey. Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford French took them to J
Kansas, returning home Monday.
Elmer Anderson of Berkley,
Calif., who had been attending to
business in the east, spent Thanks
giving day at the Aden Riggs
home. He left that evening to re
turn to his home at Berkley, ac
companied by Mrs. Anderson, who
had spent the past month here
with ner parents.
Thanksgiving day dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
F. Rakow were: Roy Swesind of
Harvard, Mrs. Roy Swesind and .
U* - « J
son Joe of Orchard and Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Williamson and baby
of Royal; Arlie Ikler, who is on
leave from sea duty, and Mr. and
Mrs. LUke Rakow and Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. John Finch, Jr.,
entertained the following persons
at their home Thanksgiving day:
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Finch, Sr.,
Bryan Finch and daughters, Mrs.
Clara King, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Finch and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Waring and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Waring and
Marlene, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
THE LARGEST AND BEST BALANCED
OFFERING OF
Hereford and Polled Hereford
Bulls, Bred Heifers, Calves
ever presented in an Elkhora Valley Auction will
sell at the Norfolk Livestock Pavilion at
Norfolk, Wednesday, Dec. 8th
1 00 Herd Bulls - Farm Bulls 1AA
AUU Range Bulls - Top Heifers AUU
Including a consignment of 40 coming 2-year-old
bulls and bred heifers from Corkle Bros., Tilden;
7 coming 2-year-old bulls from Langhorst Bros.,
West Point; 4 heifers from Chalmer Wilkerson,
Coleridge; 2 heifers from Don Meyer, Wayne; 7
bulls from V. E. Chilquist, Foster; 4 bulls from
Harry Birch, Pierce; 7 Polled bulls from C. H.
Greenwood, White Clay; 3 Polled bulls from Ha
jek Bros., Odell, and choice bulls and heifers from
herds of Philip Smejkal, Howells; James Dytrych,
Clarkson; Charles Dunivan and Harry Reeker,
Meadow Grove; John Zahm and Ernest Zwiener,
Jr., Spalding; L. M. Ashcraft, Clearwater; Fern
Huwaldt, Randolph; Arthur Huwaldt, Neligh,
and others.
Domino Asters, Mischief Stanways, Whr Prince
Dominos, Blanchard Stanways, Real Prince Dom
inos, Advance Dominos, and other popular lines
of breeding.
Sale to Begin at 11:00 A. M.
For Catalog Address
A. W. Thompson, Auctioneer
Charles Corkle, Sale Mgr., Norfolk, Nebr.
To Our Friends and Associates:
We take this opportunity to thank all of our
patrons who have helped us during the past
three years to render to this community what
we believe has been a worth-while service.
With your cooperation, the business of the
O’Neill Livestock Commission Company has
grown steadily during the years of our man
agement and now it is one of the widely known,
well-established livestock auctions in Nebraska.
4 ■■ >
Our good Avdl goes with the business, and our
sincere support to the business we helped to
build remains firmly behind it.
G. H. Ray Joe Gallagher J. J. Berigan
Waring and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Waring and Maxine, and Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Waring and son.
The afternoon and evening was
spent socially and at cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lochmon
and daughter Jennie and grand
sons, Glenn and Gary, were din
er guests Tuesday at the Rollie
Snell home. '
Mrs. Mae Allen received a
cablegram Monday from her son,
Pvt. John Allen, stating that he
had arrived safely in Australia.
Capt. and Mrs. Wayne Mat
schullat arrived Tuesday noon
from Camp Polk, La., and will
spend four days visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mat
schullat.
INMAN ITEMS
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Harkins and
daughters, Hilared, Mrs. Elvin
Smith and Mrs. A, Renner drove
to Neligh Monday where they
spent the day*
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watson and
daughters, Virginia and LuElla,
and Mrs. A. N. Butler were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Butler in
Neligh on Thanksgiving Day.
A family reunion of the Trow
bridge family was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
Smith on Thanksgiving Day.
Thirty-eight were present, all rel
atives. Dinner was served at
noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krueger
and Miss Elsie Krueger entertain
ed at dinner on Thanksgiving eve
ning. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. William Audrel, of David
City; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berg
strom, of O’Neill; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Moore andl daughter, Dotty
Dee and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harti
gan. of Inman.
Miss Norma June Hopkins re
turned to Sioux City Friday, af
ter spending Thanksgiving with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Hopkins.
Mrs. I. L. Watson and children,
Carolyn and Sammy, returned
home Sunday, after a few days
spent in Omaha and Lincoln.
She was accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Pierson, who will
spend some time here with her
daughter and family.
El win Smith was a Norfolk visi
tor on Tuesday and Wednesday.
On Friday of last week forty
five men and boys gathered at the
home of Bill Hartigan, who has
been ill for some time, and picked
his corn, 520 bushels and besides
hauled in a lot of hay, filling his
barn. The Odd Fellows Lodge
sponsored the affair, while the
ladies of the Rebekah lodge serv
ed the men who worked a boun
teous dinner.
Mrs. Robert Taylor returned to
her home in Beatrice Tuesday,
after spending several days here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Moor.
Elder Francis Schrunk, of Lin
coln, was here on Sunday to hold
services at the L. S. D. church.
Members of the church from other
towns were present and a basket
dinner enjoyed at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jacox.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller en
tertained at dinner on Thanksgiv
ing. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Boydy Crosser, Mr. and
Mrs. George Colman and Mr. and
%Irs. Fay Brittell and children of
Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Crosser enter
tained the Harmony Club at their
home Saturday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson
had a family dinner on Thanks
giving. having all of their child
ren with them. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brit
tell, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cooper and
son, Jimmie, of Orchard; Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Thompson end J. T.
Thompson, of Norfolk; also Ross
Clapp and J. Byrnes of Inman.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Tompkins
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
A Tompkins on Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rouse, of
Grand Island, visited his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rouse, a
few days last week.
miss Josepnme conger return
ed from Omaha Sunday, after
spending the Thanksgiving va
cation with her brother. Lee and
family and her sister, S ra.
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis timith left
for their home in Compton, Cal.,
last Friday, after spending ten
days here with relatives and
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hare, son
and daughter, of Grand Island,
spent Thanksgiving here with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colman.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hutton and
children were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Clark on Thanksgiving.
A family reunion of the Keyes
family was held on Thanksgiving
Day at the home of Mrs. C. D.
Keyes, when Mrs. Keyes had all
of her children and most of her
grandchildren with her. Mr. and
Mrs. G. E. Moor were also guests
of Mrs. Keyes. There were nine
teen present.
The W. S. C. S. will hold their
anuual chicken supper and bazaar
at the Aid Parlors on Saturday,
December 4. The bazaar goods
and all donations will be auction
ed off in the evening. Nothing
Tuck War Bonds
and Stamps in Thoir
Christmas Stockings
Annabelle Dinnerware
Delicately patterned dinnerware, service for six. Thirty-two
pieces. The dainty center spray is elegantly set off by a 22
Kt. gold stripe. Open stock available. . . *6.98
Lovely Candlelight for Festive Holiday Mood
15" Candles — Choice 6
colon . 3 for 25c
12" Candles — Choice 6
colors . 2 for 15c
10" Candles - Choice 6
colors 6 for 25c
12" Candle and Holder 10c,
6 for 49c
15" Candle and Holder
2 for 25c, 6 for 59c
Star Candle Stick Holder
each 5c
"Old Ironsides”
Bookends
A faithful reproduction of the
famous old U. S. frigate. Cream
finish plaster.
Polr $1.19
/
Natural Wood
Serving Tray
Smart for holiday use. Natural
grain and color tray. Clear lac
quer finish. Glass bottom.
$1.19
Five Piece
Smoking Set
Four crystal dear ash trays that
fit snugly around base of cigar
ette box. Pleasingly designed.
$1.19
Perfume Burning
Colonial Lamp
Quaintly designed for her bed
room. Old-fashioned oil lamp
that burns with night glow. Dec
orated base and shade 98<
A Table Always A Fine Gift
COCKTAIL TABU -A genuine Rich
wood table tastefully designed. Re
moveable glass cover over leather
like top. Scalloped edges $]Q.95
RICHWOOD (NO TABL( - 18th
Century lattice work design with
bowed end*. Handy lower thetf.
Walnut hand rubbed finish.
*10.95
CHRISTMAS CARDS ASSORT
MENTS- Remember all of yoer
dear ones, near and far with
tastefully designed Christmas
Greeting Cards. Assortments.
From19< to 79<
Gctmlfa_
will be sold in the afternoon as in
recent years.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Harkins
and daughter, Hildred, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin
Smith on Thanksgiving day.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brittell,
who have been working on a farm
near Chambers, have moved back
to Inman. They have rented a
farm between Inman and Chamb
ers, where they expect to move
in the spring.
L. R. Tompkins and son, H. A.
Tompkins drove to Atkinson on
Monday.
Mrs. Sillisen and daughter,
Sandra, and Miss Ila Mae Caster
returned from Valentine Monday,
after spending the Thanksgiving
holidays with friends.
The Sub-District Rally of the
Methodist Youth Fellowship was
held at the W. S. C. S. parlors at
Inman Monday night. The In
man group was host to young
people and their sponsors from
Spencer, Page. Chambers ancf
O’Neill. About 80 were served at.
a covered dish supper. The pro
gram of the evening consisted*
of: Registration, games, supper,
group singing and recreation di
rected by the Inman group. Dis
cussion of the World Service?
Commission by Page and the
Worship Mediation by O’Neill.
At the business meeting Rev:.
Dawson Park was unanimously
reelected as the Sub-District Di
rector. The Booth Festival for
Crowell Memorial Home at Blair
was also a part of the evening’s
program. Attractive booths were
made and generous quantities of
canned fruit and vegetables were
brought by each group. Mora?
than 400 jars of fruit were left to
be shipped to the Methodist home
for the aged at Blair, Nebr.
The Spencer Youth Fellowship*
group under the leadership of
Rev. and Mrs. Shenk asked to be
host for the next rally in Marche.