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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1952)
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bare, of
Lynch, arrived Sunday and will
spend a few days at the home of
their daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Brady, jr.
. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gonder
inger.of Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Gilg and Miss Catherine
McCarthy went to Omaha Mon
day morning, February 4.
Mrs. Lester Oetter and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Beilin went to Sioux
City on Wednesday, January 30.
They returned to O’N’eill Thurs
Miss Barbara Birmingham, who
attends Duchesne college, Omaha,
spent the weekend here.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson
moved to O’Neill Sunday from
Norfolk. They will reside in the
McCafferty apartments. Mr. Ja
cobson is the new salesman for
Jacobson’s appliance store.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foreman
and sons, of Battle Creek, were
Sunday guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Claude Bates.
Mr. and Mrs. E. r. Adamson
and family went to Butte on Fri
day, February 1, where they vis
. Miss Wauneta Anspach spent
the weekend at the Richard
Marston home at Walnut.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kaun, of
Spencer, were Friday evening
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hardin Anspach.
INSPECTS HOSPITAL LAUNDRY . . . James
M. Corkle. chairman of the St. Anthony’s hospi
tal building committee, is shown inspecting re
cently unpacked equipment in the main laundry
room of the new O’Neill hospital. The project
is rapidly drawing to a close.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mlinar,
Mrs. Cecilia Hemberger, and Mrs.
John Smith went to Norfolk on
Sunday w'here they visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mlinar
and Miss Margaret Horton. Other
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Mlinar and family, of Da
vid City, and Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Knight and Bonnie, of Co
lumbus. Mr. and (Mrs. Adolph
Mlinar and Mrs. John Smith also
visited John Smith while in Nor
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Babl and
daughter, Diana, were Sunday
dinner guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Dusatko and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Grady and
son went to Ft. Dodge, la., Sat
urday, February 2, where they
will visit Mrs. Grady’s parents.
From there they plan to go to
Chicago, 111., where they will vis
Edward McCarthy returned to
his studies at Creighton univer
sity, Omaha, on Sunday evening,
after spending a few days visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tomlinson,
of Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Tomlinson, of Plainview, vis
ited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
H. W. Tomlinson.
When You & I Were Young . . .
2 Women Lose
Lives in Blaze
50 Years Ago
Dr. Deck, of Ewing, was in
O’Neill recently. . . Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Henry, of Atkinson, visited
Mr. Henry’s parents here. . . C.
W. Bigelow, of Stuart, had busi
ness in O’Neill. . . The soree and
musicale given by the Young
Men’s club to the young ladies of
O’Neill at the club rooms in the
OWeill National bank was a very
neatly and ably conducted affair
... A quiet wedding occured on
Wednesday morning at the Meth
odist parsonage when Floyd A.
Bolger, of Marengo, la., led to
| the altar Miss Emma E. Porter,
25 Years Ago
Mrs. Euretta E. Long, 76, and
her daughter, Mrs. Chauncey
Ryan, 30, lost their lives in a
fire that destroyed the country
home of Mrs. Long at Scottville,
25 miles north of O’Neill. . . Sid
ney Faulhaber returned home
from a dance about 2 a.m. and
upon entering his room was at
tacked by a prowler. . . Mrs. M.
J. Golden entertained 12 ladies
at her home. . . The Misses Ida
Chapman, Bessie McLeod and
Helen Wilcox are giving a series
of parties at the Wilcox home.
10 Years Ago
J. Ed Hancock has filed as a
candidate for the republican
nomination for county treasurer
. . . Mrs. C. E. Yantzi entertained
the Dutch Treat club to a 7
o’clock dinner in honor of Mr.
Yantzi’s birthday. . . Miss Max
ine Johnson spent the weekend
with relatives in Albion. . . Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph McElvain, Miss
Edna Simonson and Ralph Walk
er were dinner guests of Mrs
Tam Sullivan. . . The Masons and
Eastern Stars held a party and
box social at their lodge hall.
1 Year Ago
Charles Allen Fauquier cele
brated his 97th birthday anniver
sary on Wednesday, February 6
. . . Mr. and Mrs. John McNulty
will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on Wednesday, Feb
ruary 14. . . A $15,000 fire truck
proposal will go on the ballot at
the next municipal election. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clements
were honored at a housewarming
at their new residence.
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THE CONNOR DUO. juggling at its best
JIMMY & DOLLY CONNOR, and their Aristocratic Canines
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One ride and Mil say:
“Thais the Smartest Million Dollars BUICK Ever Spent"
! HEN we tell you that every 1952
Buick rides like a million dollars,
we’re not just slinging slang—we’re
talking real money—right-on-the
A million dollars and more were poured
into research and testing — design and
tools—engineering, production and com
ponents—to team up the combination of
ride features you’ll find on a Buick—and
on no other car in the world.
A million dollars and more was the
price paid to work out control of end
sway and side-roll on curves—to double
check vertical “throw” with shock
absorbers and big soft-acting coil
springs for all four wheels —to V-brace
the torque-tube keel and X-brace the
frame —to cushion body and engine —
and to silk out the whole operation with
\ou may not care how the job was done,
or what it cost. But we’ll lay you this:
\bu’re going to say “thanks a million”
to Buick engineers once you get this
spirited smoothie under your hands and
Old familiar roads take on a new
smoothness. Gone are the weave and
wander, the jitter and jounce that you’ve
felt in lesser cars. \bu ride with road
hugging assurance and level ease.
All of which only begins to tell you
what really great cars these 1952 Buicks
turned out to be*
Never before have style and stamina—
comfort and character—power, per
formance and price been brought
together with such satisfying skill.
The obvious thing for you to do is come
in and look them over. How about tak
ing half an hour off to do that — today?
Equipment, accessorise, trim and models are subject to chanqe without notion.
4cStandard on RoaDMASTKR, optional at emtra cost on other Series.
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