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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1950)
SACRED HEART (Lynch)
Mrs. Ernest Sixta, of Lynch,
surgery, "better”; Harry Bennett,
of Naper, surgery, dismissed; Lee
Hume Stoltenberg, of Naper,
medical case, dismissed; Jimmy
Galer, of Verdel, accident, “doing
well”; Mrs. George Dopheide, of
Butte, medical case, dismissed;
Mrs. Reuben Avoy, of Spencer,
medical case, dismissed; Mrs. Jer
ry Lukota, of Gross, surgery, “do
ing well"; Frank Fnsch, of i,ynch,
medical, dismissed; Erwin Zim
merle, of Butte, major surgery,
“satisfactory”; Mrs. Fred King,
of Lynch, minor surgery, dismis
sed; James Hood, of Butte, medi
cal case, dismissed; Shirley Jean
Cizek, of Spencer, appendectomy,
“doing well”; Harold McColley,
of Niobrara, major surgery, “do
ing well”; Terry Kaczor, of Spen
cer, medical case, “much improv
ed”; Eugene Hrbek, of Dorsey,
medical case, “satisfactory”; Emil
Anderson, of Bristow, medical
case, dismissed; Donna Marie Hal
bur, of Butte, suigery, dismissed;
Mrs. Tillie Walstrom, of Bone
steel, S. D., accident, dismissed;
Irene Papstein, of Bristow, sur
gery, dismissed; John Bainbridge,
j of Bristow, unchanged.
Admissions: November 21 —
Mrs. Gerhardt Vonderhoe, of At
1 Kinson. 2ti—Mrs. P. J. O’Donnell,
of O’Neill, medical, condition
‘improved”; Ralph Potter, of
I Chambers, medical, condition
j good.” 27—Virginia Bennett, of
1 Ewing, accident, condition "sat
, istactory”; Mrs. Wilbur Bennett,
of Ewing, accident, condition
“satisfactory”; Mrs. John Pruss,
of Emmet, burns on both legs,
condition “improving”; Mrs.
Walter O’Malley, of O’Neill,
moved here from St. Vincent’s,
Sioux City, condition “good.” 29
—Victor Shade, of Kearney, ac
cident, condition “satisfactory.”
Dismissals: November 22 —
Mrs. Ernest Burrell, of Cham
bers. 27—Mrs. Gerhardt Vonder
hoe and daughter, of Atkinson;
Ralph Potter, of Chambers. 28—
Virginia Bennett, of Ewing;
Charles Snowardt, of O’Neill.
In hospital: John Newman, of
Stuart, condition “good.” Mrs.
Lola Humerick, of Stuart, condi
Admissions: November 22 —
Miss Bernadette Krueger, of
Stuart, minor surgery.
Dismissals: November 20 —
Mrs. Marcellus Schaaf and son, of
Atkinson. 21—Mrs. Raymond Se
ger and son, of Atkinson. 22 —
Miss Bernadette Krueger.
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j special advertisement for Corkle
1 Hatchery should read $86 a ton.
Woodbury Soap, 4 for.25c
Kelloggs Corn Pops, 2 Pkgs. for.... 17c
Baby Food. 3 cans ..
Cocoa. 8-os. can_ 24
ChiU Hot 9',^-oz. can
Beans in Gravy 10*
Olives. <y2-o*. can _ 15
Sweet Potatoes. 3 lbs. 23c
Table Potatoes. 10 lbs. 29
Squash, lb. .. 0c
Calif. No. 1
Lemons, 4 for_ 13c
IGA 15V4-OZ. can
Pork & Beans_ 13c
Bean Sprouts, 19-os. cn. 15c
Supreme Chocolate Covered
Cherries, 1-lb. box_ 59c i
Swift Premium Skinless
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Margarine, lb. _ 27c \
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Wilson Corn King
Bacon, 1-lb. pkg. __ 45c
Swift Prem. Canadian Style
Bacon,, lb. 98c (
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Cook Kill Bug Killer...1.19
Minute Rice, 2 Pkgs.29c
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Atkinson - Bound
AMELIA—A group of Bueld,
Mont., people who were bound
for Atkinson were injured in an
automobile accident near Rawlins,
In a Rawlins hospital is Mrs.
Gene Masters (the former Elsie
Mr. and Mrs. Masters and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Coday and son, Don
nie, were enroute to Atkinson
front Bueld when the accident
Little Linda Gruenberg stayed
several days last week with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Fryrear, while her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gruenberg,
went to Rawlins to visit Mr. Gru
enberg s sister.
Other Amelia Newt
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oetter
and daughters, Lana Kay and
j Janeth, were Thanksgiving sup
per guests at Harold Gilman’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Sammons
I were overnight business callers
in Norfolk Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Fix and
children, Sheila and Gaylen, of
Scottsbluff, were visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fix,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fix
and Mrs. Alice Prewitt, and fam
ilies over the Thanksgiving hol
Miss Gletha Bonenberger and
Donnie Cearns, of Scottsbluff,
visited their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Fryrear, on
Thanksgiving, returning home on
Thanksgiving day dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob
j ert Tams were her two sisters
and families, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Marcells, of O’Neill, and Mr. and
Kieth Schweigert, of Springview.
Mr. and Mrs- Robert Tams and
family were Sunday dinner guests
at the home of her brother, Jack
Robertson, and family who live
Rochelle Sammons visited Mar
cia Ruth Widman Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kenny, of
Atkinson; Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Madsen, Willamae and Neal, Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Tompson, Evelyn
and Shirley and Lawrence
Thompson were dinner guests
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Thanksgiving guests at Ed
White’s were Mr. and Mrs- E. E.
Young and Sammie, of Chambers;
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coolidge and
Edward; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coo
lidge and Calvin; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Coolidge and Kenneth;
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ragland, Vivian,
Juanita and Roy van.
Mi's. Julia White returned home
Saturday evening from a visit
with relatives at Lincoln and
Mrs. Blake Ott, Mrs. Etta Ott,
Mrs. Floyd Adams and Donnie
were O’Neill shoppers Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carr and 1
family were Thanksgiving guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Englehaupt
Thanksgiving day guests at Lou j
Bachaus home were Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Ba.haus and family, of O’
Neill; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boshart,
of o Ntuil; Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin
Grossnicklaus and baby, of Cham
bers, and the Charlie and Bill
Vroomun families, of Venus.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andersen and
family were dinner guests at Ho
ward Berry’s Thursday.
Homer Fulleiton and family, of J
Wyoming, visited his brothers,
Harold and George Fullerton, Fri
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Friedrick and
Kirk', of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmie Kirkland and Wesley
Kirkland, of Atkinson, were)
Thanksgiving gues.s at C. F.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Sageser find
Mr. and Mrs. Link Sageser were
over Thanksgiving guests of Prof,
and Mrs. Bower Sageser at Man
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Faneher, Vir
gil and Eunice, of Ainsworth,
were Thanksgiving day guests at
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bachaus at
| fended the 35th wedding anniver
sary celebration of Mr. and M,-s.
! George Thompson at their home
i in Chambers Sunday,
i Miss Donna Short spent Thanks-!
1 giving vacation with friends at
i McPherson, Kans.
Mr. and Mrs. A: mur Hiatt, Paul
and Gene, and Mr. and Mrs. Dar
old Baker,' of O’Neill, were
Thanksgiving guests at the Trav
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rees, of Lin
coln, visited his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Kmph Rees, Wednesday, No
! vcn' hev 22.
Radee tyickham spent the
I Thanksgiving vacation with her
i mother, Mrs. Lewine Wickham,
at Valentine. Chailes Bligh and
I Mrs. Wickham drove down Sun
day, bringing Raedee home and
visited Mrs. Wickham’s parents,
: Mr- and Mrs. Frank Pierce.
Miss Ardene Andersen returned
to Hastings Sunday evening after
a few da vs visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andersen. Nor
: rna and Ray. She is in student
nurse training at Hastings in the
; state hospital.
Students spending the Thanks
giving vacation in their respective
homes were Dean Gilipan, who
attends Nebraska university at
Lincoln; Maxine Peterson, who
attends the agricultural college;
Donna Rae Peterson, of Wayne
State Teachers, and'Paul James,
who attends school in Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed White and
Mrs. Julia White visited Mr. and
Mrs. Glee Grimes Sunday.
Mis. Glen White and Mrs. Clyde
Burge helped Mrs. S. C. Barnett
paper Monday, The Barnetts plan
to move to their new home in Ant1
lia about January 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carr and
family visitd at the Svatos home
near Chambers Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ryschon,
and family, of Ord, visited Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pierce Friday
Pat Kennedy left the first part
of the week for a visit with his
son, Maurice Kennedy, and fam
ily and other relatives in Califor
Frontier for printing!
Frigid Wave Drops
Mercury to Zero
A cold wave moved into the
O’Neill region late Wednesday,
November 22, bringing zero tem
peratures and requiring special
care for livestock.
Lowest temperature during the
past seven days was zero but the
high winds over the Thanksgiv- \
ing holiday intensified the cold.
Summary, based on 24 - hour
periods ending at 6 p. m.. fol
^ ! Hi Lo
November 22 __ 30 0
November 23 .. 55 32
November 24 ....1_ 32 6
November 25_ 35 24
November 26 _40 12
November 27 _._43 18
November 28 __T 45 20
Fruits & Vegetables
GRAPES. 2 u» 27<
ONIONS, io Lbs. 29c
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MORNING LIGHT No. 2 Can
★ RED CHERRIES _ 23c
k TREND SOAP ..- 35c
MOBBING LIGHT *
★ SWEET PEAS 9 ... OCa
Garden Ban ___■ Cans MWjV
★ SALAD DRESSING NCa
Mild Rich Flnvor. Qnart Jar---“WV
★ PANCAKE FLOUR Q7w
Brenkfnst Fnvorlte. SH-lb. Bag --^ ■ V
Plain ok frosted
★ PACKAGE COOKIES 25ti
Big Assortment. Tour Choice. I’kg.fcwff
W\ H I# P ■% A EVERYDAY Thin and
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ORANGE JUICE USSTh.35c MMa
HONEY K?SV.19c Jft£i5cl
NANCY ANN 20-Oz. Loaf
WHITE BREAD.16c 1
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CAMAY SOAP, reg. bar O0, 2 bath size 230 OXYDOL, giant pkg. 790.2 Ige. 590
KIRK'S COCOA CASTILE.2 bars 190 DUZ, giant pkg. 790.2 Ige. 590
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ROASTS STEAKS FISH
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