The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, December 09, 1943, Image 5

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    A BAG
For Every
Mood
Perfect tribute to her
taste; thoughtful ex
pression of yours—any
one of these beautiful
bags! Adroitly draped
fabric beauties . . . .
smooth, supple leath
ers . . . underarm or
the new pouch styles
, . . all, of couse, ex
quisitely finished and
fitted. Chose several
for gifts now, while
the collection is com
plete.
At Their Stylish Best When Making Christmas Calls
Its the fine tailoring and beautifully styled fabrics that make our young
crowd coat fashions so popular and outstanding. We’ll turn your daughter
out to look her best to make you justly proud when you make those Christ
mas calls. Choose from a large collection of styles— classic boxy lines,
wraparounds and princess reieers. In fine warm woolens—light, bright
and dark colors.
RAYON HOSE
The gift that pleases every woman.
Fine stock on hand.
6L0VES
Expressions of Friendship
Make no mistake about it, no wam
an has enough gloves. So one of the
best Christmas gifts you could give
would be a pair from our wide and
new collection.
SUITS
That Are Right In
Character
It isn’t always the money you
spend for a suit—it isn’t al
ways the fabric—it’s both of
these plus better tailoring.
SHIRTS AND TIES
Much wanted and deservedly popular lay-smooth collars are ob
vious proofs of quality in these fine shirts. Give a man ties,
shirts or socks for Christmas and you hit home with a su^e-fire
success. We have in stock a large selection of fine ties.
ANTON TOY, QUALITY MERCHANDISE
\ PAGE NEWS NOTES
(Continued frhm page Four)
Sunday as a-guest of Miss Fontelle
Wood at the Edgar Wood home.
Lloyd Cork, Ralph Larson and
Clifford Hahlbeck, of Ewing, went
to Spencer Sunday evening where
they spent several days duck
hunting with Lloyd Cork of Spen
cer.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Asher were
Sunday dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matschulat.
Capt. and Mrs. Wayne Matschu
lat, of Camp Polk, La., who had
spent four days visiting at the
home of Capt. Matschulat's par
ents, Mr. ana Mrs. Otto Matschu
lat, left Saturday morning for
Michigan City, Ind., where they
will spend a few days with Mrs.
Matschulat’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Bowman, before returning
to Camp Polk.
Neighbors and friends of Mrs.
Gerald Sazama gathered at the
Jerry Sazama home Wednesday
aftenoon where Mrs. Sazama was
honored at a miscellaneous
shower. She received many
lovely and useful gifts. A cover
ed dish lunch was served.
Mrs. Luke Rakow was hostess
to the members of the C. L. C.
Club at her home last Wednesday
afternoon. Ten members and
three guests, Mrs. Herbert Stein
berg, Mrs Alfred Conner and Mrs.
Bert Finley were present and
FARMERS
Now is the time to buy that extra land. A Kloke
Investment Company loan will make that pur
chase possible. The simple easy payments and
Kloke’s low rates are worth investigating. See
your local Kloke representative or write
Kloke Investment Company
OMAHA
spent the afternoon playing
“Flea.” Lovely refreshments
were served by the hostess.
Oscar Spear and step-son, of
Tuthill, S. D., were overnight
guests Thursday at the Rollie
Snell home. Mr. Spear was a
former Page resident. He at one
time owned and lived on the
Crumley farm.
Duane, the eight-year- old son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Finch, Jr.,
was thrown from his horse late
Friday afternoon, receiving an in
jury to his head that necessitated
his being taken to the hospital in
O’Neill. He is showing slight
improvement at this writing.
Mrs. Minnie White left Wednes
day evening for California, where
she will spend the winter with
some of her children.
The W. S. C. S. Bazaar and
lunch, that was held Saturday
at the Methodist church parlors,
netted the society over $55.00.
Postmaster and Mrs. B. H.
Stevens received a telegram Tues
day morning from their son, Sea
man 2-c Kenneth Stevens, that
he had arrived in California from
six weeks sea duty.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clasey
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Wilson were Sunday dinner
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Wilson at O’Neill.
Pfc. Beverly Wanser has been
transferred from Lowery Field,
Denver, Col., to Las Vegas, Ne
vada, where he will spend the
next seven weeks at gunnery
school.
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Tegeler were
Sunday dinner guests at the Otto
Terrill home.
Mrs. Earl Hurst was hostess to
the members of the Contract
Bridge Club at her home Friday
evening. High score prize went
to Mrs. Keith Weyer, the consola
tion to Mrs. Robert'Grky. Mrs.
Gray was a guest.
Donald Townsend, of the Fed
eral Oil Co., of Osage, Wyo., visit
ed last week with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. Roy Townsend and
with his grandmother, Mrs. Ida
Townsend.
Ross Allen has been ill at his
home the past week with “flu” and
complications.
School was dismissed for an
hour Tuesday morning so that the
pupils could collect old clothing
and rags. Quite a large amount
was collected and will be turned
in.
The Page High School Basket
Ball team and their coach, Supt.
Earl Hurst, went to Clearwater
Tuesday evening where they play
ed the Clearwater High School
team. Clearwater’s first team
won by a score of 30 to 16. Page’s
second team were the winners by
a score of 16 to 14. Page has two
games next week on the home
floor. On Tuesday they play St.
Mary’s of O’Neill and on Thurs-1
| day they play Brunswick.
All ol the grades of the Page
Public school are making prepa
rations for a program that is to
be put on at the H. S. Assembly
the Monday before Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Will
iamson celebrated their 50th Wed
ding Anniversary at their home
in Page on Monday, December 6.
Mrs. Harold Williamson, a daugh
ter-in-law, baked a very beauti
ful wedding cake which was used
as a centerpiece for the table. Mrs.
C. P. Leach, a daughter from
Birmingham, Wash., sent a pair
of gold-colored vases, one of which
held cut flowers and the other
$50.00 given the Williamson’s by
their children. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Will
PILES
AND OTHER
RECTAL DISEASES
Cured B7 Office
Treat meal
M. P. SUMMERS
M. D.
605 E&W Bldg. Phone 5-7292
SIOUX CITY. IOWA
iamson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Williamson and family, Mr. and
Mrs. I. O Wood and Mr. and Mrs.
Lonnie Wood, of Kearney.
Mr. and Mrs. H- S. Harper and
Mrs. Paul FetroW and children, of
O’Neill, were Sunday dinner
guests at the M. C. Tipton home
For Best Results
and satisfactory returns,
bring your livestock
to the
O’Neill Livestock Com. Co.
Phone 2 O’Neill, Nebraska
1 1 ‘ v*r •' ’ **• »-.' « j
WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET
.
We Sell Every Monday