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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1952)
Ends Boot Training
Relatives Gather to
Visit Navy Man
AMELIA — Clifford Clemens,
who has been receiving his boot
training in California, has been
home on a week’s leave at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clemens
of Ravinia, S.D.; Miss Joan Clem
ens of O’Neill; Mr. and Mrs. Leon
ard Pribil of O’Neill, spent Sun
day at the parental Clemens home
visiting with Clifford.
Other Amelia News
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Watson and
family went to Pickstown, S.D
Saturday to visit their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Blackmore and also to attend the
celebration at the Ft. Randall
Floyd Adams was an Atkinson
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beliel of
Grand Island, visited over the
weekend at the Bill Ragland
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Strenger
and son, Keith, of Omaha are
spending their vacation with the
Lindseys in Amelia and other
relatives in Ainsworth.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White and
Venita and Carol Burge and Ken
neth Luginsland went to Ansley
Sunday to attend services at the
Free Methodist conference.
Pvt. John Hansen visited a
couple days this past week with
his .brother, Gene Hansen, and
family, and mother, Mrs. Maudie
Hansen. He was being trans
ferred to a camp in Illinois.
Mrs. Vern Sageser accompanied
her son, Floyd, far as Nemaha
Friday, where uiey visited her
father. Floyd will report at a
camp in California this week for
duties in the armed services.
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Anderson
and granddaughter of Boise, Ida.,
visited from Friday until Monday
with the Oscar and Edgar Peter
son families. Mrs. Anderson is a
cousin to the Peterson men.
Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene Porter
will leave Monday, August 4,
for Colorado, where Sgt. Porter
will report for duty at Camp Car
Visit at Emmet
EMMET—Mrs. James O’Connor
and daughter, Marybelle, and
Mrs. Morris Kirkpatrick of O’Neill
drove to Omaha Friday morning
and returned Friday evening.
Returning home with them
were Misses Rose Mary Pursell
of Council Bluffs, la., Rose Mary
Pederson of Omaha and Laura
Yarilek of Custer, S.D., and Mil
lie Kaup of Stuart. They were
guests at the James O’Connor
home and also visited friends at
The girls are student nurses at
St. Catherine’s hospital, Omaha.
Other Emmet News
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Strong of
Omaha visited Mrs. Strong’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McMil
lan at Emmet.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perry of O’
Neill and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Per
ry and family visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dean Perry and family Monday
evening, July 21.
Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Olson and
daughter of Wayne were Wed
nesday and Thursday, July 23
and 24 guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Conard and Mary Lou.
Mr. ant^Mrs. Milo Anderson
and Mr. zmd. Mrs. Hardis and son
of Omaha were visitors Saturday
of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McMillan.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Perry and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Perry at O’Neill Sunday evening.
Bob Cole, Paul Newton, Tom
Perkins and A1 Kloppenborg went
to Columbus on Monday where
they attended the races.
Mrs. Leslie Perry and family
were supper guests at the Dean
Perry home on Friday.
Mrs. W. R. Buckmann and Mrs.
Jerry Elders and son, Steve, of
McCook, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kram
er and children of O’Neill, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Newton and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fox
were guests at a picnic supper at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Fox Tuesday evening, July 22.
Misse Rose Mary Pederson of
Omaha, Rose Mary Pursell of
Council Blufs, la., and Marybelle
O’Connor visited Mr. and Mrs.
Bertolini at O’Neill Saturday af
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard and
Mary Lou and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Cole attended the races at Co
lumbus on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foreman
and sons of Battle Creek visited
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foreman and
Jeanie on Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foreman
and sons, Byron and Craig, of
Battle Creek and Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Bates of O’Neill were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Bates and family.
The dinner was in honor of Mrs.
Foreman’s birthday anniversary.
6 Ladies to Nissen
Home for Lunch —
PAGE—Mrs. Alton Braddock
took five ladies to the Anton Nis
sen home Monday afternoon, July
21, for lunch.' The contribution
for the lunch will go to the Page
Improvement club funds. Each
lady is supposed to go as they are
dressed for the August meeting.
Alpha in Session —
On Wednesday afternoon, July
23, the Alpha club met with Mrs.
H. S. Moses. The afternoon was
spent socially. Mrs. Cora Broad,
of Winside was a guest. Refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
. ■ —t
Mrs. Ida Townsend
PAGE—The WSCS met Thurs
day afternoon, July 24, at the
Methodist church parlors with 25
present. Mrs. Raymond Heiss,
president, conducted the business
meeting, led the devotionals and
gave the lesson. Hostesses were
Mrs. Emma Dorr and Mrs. Alton
Braddock. It was the late Mrs.
Ida Townsend memorial tea.
The serving table was covered
with a lace cloth and centered
with a large bouquet of garden
flowers. Mrs. Allen Haynes and
Mrs. J. I. Gray poured. Ice cream
and cookies were served. It was
decided to change the memorial
for all members who have passed
away and it is to be held the
last meeting in July.
Several of the ladies plan to
meet this week and refinish the
outside doors of the church.
Raymond Saiser was an over
night guest on Saturday at the
home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Perry Saiser.
On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Gail
Boies had as their dinner guests
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bohn, James
and Evelyn Bartak.
Mrs. Gail Boies, and nieces,
Catherine and Mary Ann Bauer,
and Mrs. Frank Bohn, accom
panied by Mrs. Walter Patras
of Clearwater, spent Thursday in
The Young Matrons’ Pinochle
club was entertained at the home
of Mrs. Arthur Kropp on Tues
day evening, July 22, with Mrs.
Leland Welke as assisting host
ess. Score winners were Mrs.
Thomas Eacker, Mrs. Wilda Carr
and Mrs. Gail Boies. After the
games, the hostesses served re
freshments. Mrs. Wilda Carr, a
former member of the club, was a
Pvt. Roy Boies arrived in Ew
ing Wednesday, July 23, from
Ft. Riley, Kans., for a 10-day
furlough with home folks. On his
return, he will be transferred to
Camp Carson, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pierson and
son, Marcus, accompanied by
Mrs. Pierson’s mother, Mrs. Edith
McClenahan of Orchard, were
Sunday guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woeppel
A family dinner party was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Kaczor on Sunday. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Eva Kaczor and
Irene of Ewing, Tony Kaczor
of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Kaczor and children, Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Kaczor and family,
Joe Kaczor and daughter, Jolene,
all of Ewing.
Miss Joan Thiele began work
as clerk at the K-B Market on
Mrs. Everett Jarman and fam
ily of Chambers were guests on
Thursday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Anton Tomjack.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Larson on Sun
day were their cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Custer and son, Jer
ald, of Wausa and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Robert of Norfolk. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Lar
son’s aunt, Mrs. Myra Custer,
who remained at the Larson
home for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bergstrom
and daughter, Kay, drove to
Newman Grove on Sunday to
spend the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Duane Fudge and family. A fried
chicken dinner was enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle uratit and
family of Omaha returned to
Ewing Monday from a vacation
trip through the Black Hills, S.D.,
and Yellowstone park, Wyo. They
are guests at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ebben Grafft,
and his sister, Mrs. Wilbur
Spangler, and family. Gwendolyn
Grafft will remain for a longer
visit with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Eben Grafft.
Sunday afternoon callers at
the J. L. Pruden home were Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Larson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Custer and son
of Wausa, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Robert and Mrs. Myra Custer, all
On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Eb
ben Grafft were dinner guests at
the home of their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Spangler, and family. The occa
sion was in honor of Mrs. Grafft’s
The Evangels male quartet of
the Chicago (111.) Evangelistic
institute of University Park, la.,
was at the Ewing Methodist
church Saturday evening, July
26, at 8 o’clock, and on Sunday
morning at 9:45. They presented
hymns of the church, gospel
songs and spirituals. This group
is sponsored by the Crystal Lake
Mrs. Zoe Huffman of Elgin is
a guest at the home of her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. M. B. Huffman, this week.
Mary Maud Huffman, who has
been a guest of her grandmother
for some time, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Black and
children, who have been visiting
relatives and friends im Ewing
and vicinity, left Monday for
their home at Renton, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bergstrom
and family entertained his cous
ins, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Black
and family, at 6 o’clock dinner
Guests on Saturday at the
home of Mrs. Caroline Sanders
was her niece and husband of
Rushville, who were enroute to
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Larson
took her aunt, Mrs. Belle Carlson,
to her home at Dunlap, la., on
Thursday, returning home on Sat
urday. She had been a guest at
their home the past week.
Jerry Tom jack attended a meet
ing held at O’Neill Friday eve
ning for oil dealers.
Mrs. Frances Shaw and sons,
Jerry and Gover, were guests of
Mrs. G. C. Shaw of O’Neill on
Sunday for a birthday dinner for
Jerry and Grover, whose birthday
anniversaries were July 25 and
Carolyn and Janell Tams re
turned home Saturday evening.
Carolyn had spent the week with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly and fam
ily at Page and Janell with an
uncle and aunt at O’Neill.
Guests at the John Latzel home
j on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Au
j gustine Thiele and family and Mr.
1 and Mrs. Wm. Tagel and family.
Tuesday, Aug. 5
EVERYDAY AT OUR STORES
Prices Effective Thurs., FrL. Sat, July 31, Aug. 1 and 2
All Brands— I
BANANAS___2 lbs. 29«
POP, All Flavors.BtL 5C
HEAD LETTUCE.Per Head % 2C
■ 1 r .k.
Calif. Elbertas— I
PEACHES 17-bb. Lug 2.141
GBH, AH tows...... 6 Pkgs. 25c |
John Conard’s St. Fourth St. Market
EMMET GEORGE JANOUSEK
Phone 583-R-3 O’Neill - PK. 93W
Cooperative Buying Means Greater
0 Savings for YOU!
THE FRONTIER, O'Neill, Nebr„ Thux*. July 31. 1352<—PAGE 7.
I PRICES CUT ON OUR STOCK OF
I TREMENDOUS ASSORTMENT
| COnON FABRICS
f Values to 79c Per Yard
1 Now....39 c
m • COMBED BROADCLOTHS • COLORED SUITINGS
M • WAFFLE WEAVES • COMBED WHITE GOODS
m • PLAID GINGHAMS • PINWALE PIQUES
m • VAT DYED PERCALES
I All at ONE LOW PRICE
■ Save Dollars on Your Sewing
I At McDonald’s
I' JACQUARD BLANKETS
64 x 76 size. Quality cotton in bright gay colors.
Regularly 2.98. Buy several!
CHILDRENS PLAY TOCS
Bib-alls, cover-alls, shorts, shirts, etc. Cotton twills
and plisse fabrics. Most all sizes 1 to 6.
MENS HARVEST HATS
, Made of genuine palm braids. Cool and durable. Lea
ther sweat band. Reg. 1.29 value.
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MEN’S DRESS SHIRTS
Assorted printed and woven fabrics. Sanforized.
Sizes 1 4J/2 to 1 7, 32-34 sleeves. Values to 2.98.
Cool plisse. Men’s short sleeve cottons, reg. 1.98.
You’ll get weeks of wear this summer from these.
Washable, no ironing needed. S-M-ML-L.
ROYS’ SKIP-DENT SHIRTS
Sport type, short sleeves, assorted colors. Stock up
s with several of these. Sizes 6 to 12.
I Be pretty, be cool and save! 1
Summer Dress Sale I
$5.95, $6.95, $7.95, $8.95 A A "7 \
cottons and rayons_ ■ 1
ONE GROUP— |
Bemberg Sheers A AA C
NOW_ * I
What an opportunity for you! Our stock of street and dressy summer B
dresses are whacked way down in prices right in the middle of the sum- M
mer season. Your favorite cool fabrics including polished cottons and B
tissue weights and warm-weather rayons. This season’s styles in plenty M
of sizes. m
WOMEN’S SUMMER GLOVES
Double-woven cottons, rayons, even nylons going at
bargain prices. Famous makes including Kayser
gloves, in best summer styles, best colors. Were 98c
MEN’S STRING-KNIT SHIRTS
Cool cotton knits. Assorted stri^ses and geometric de
signs. Small, med., large.
Values to 1.59 _ 97 c
Values to 1.98_ 1.57
STYLE SHOES — Women’s & Children’s
Pumps, straps, ties, oxfords in smooth leathers and
suedes .. . some with cool nylon mesh trims. All sizes
but not every size in every type or style. Better hurry.
Values to 4.98, NOW_ 1.55
Values to 6.95, NOW_ 1.85
Values to 8.95, NOW_2.85
Values to 10.95, NOW_3.85
1 Smart Looking • • • Cool, Carefree
Men’s cool summer slacks
Reg. $5.95, $6.95, $7.95
Famous Haggar slacks . . . lightweight rayon gabardines and
tropicals in plain colors and smart patterns. Our regular stock
. . . new styles to wear separately or with sport jackets. Slacks
for every purpose, in waist sizes 28 to 42. Price cut, limited time
ONE RACK ONLY
FOAM RUBBER PILLOWS
Soft, comfortable pillows filled with shredded latex
foam rubber. Fancy art ticking cover. Here’s really
a buy! , ;
Fine quality rayon marquisette panels. Generous 42
x 81 size. Ivory color.
LADIES’ SUMMER HATS
Reduced for clearance. Values to 3.98.
Knitted rayon with bra-top. White and pink. Jr. sizes
II to I 7. Ladies* sizes 32 to 44. Were to 1.49.
| Men's Sport Shirts!
M Long sleeves . . . Rayon Gabardines and C
ff Printed Rayons
1 Small — Medium — Medium Large 1
f Values to 3.98— \ Q7 C
| NOW_ MimUi (
Odds and ends. Broken sizes, assorted styles and
colors. Children’s wear, curtains, aprons, hankies,
REDUCED Vz OR WORE
All new this summer. Jackets, skirts, shorts, blouses,
caps, etc. All sportswear must go! Most girls’and
women’s sizes in this group.
REDUCED Va AND MORE
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