The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 09, 1952, Page 12, Image 12

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    Joy Wilson Heads
Community Club
REDBIRD — The Scott com
munity club met Tuesday eve
ning, September 30, at the
Scottville halL
Election of officers was part of
the business meeting. New offi
cers are: Joy Wilson, president;
Lila Hull, vice-president; Mildred
Gifford, secretary; Willa Scholl
meyer, treasurer; Minnie McDon
ald, music leader; Marie Wilson,
health leader and Mary Luber,
news reporter.
A lesson <Jh “The Common
Cold’’ was presented by Joy Wil
son.
A no-hostess luncheon was en
joyed together during the social
hour.
Other Redbird News
Mrs. Albert Carson visited her
parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Rex Evans
and her sister and family, the
Wendall Hills, all of Rushville,
last week enroute from the ex
tension women’s state convention
at Chadron.
Larry Halstead is assisting at
the France store in Lynch on
Saturdays.
Mrs. Lucian Loock and child
ren of Spencer spent Friday eve
ning with her parents, the Leon
Mellors.
A large crowd of neighbors and
relatives gathered at the Howard
Slack home Friday evening, Sep
tember 26, to surprise their dau
ghter, Joy, on her birthday anni
versary. Cards were played. Joy
received many gifts.
Friday evening, September 26,
visitors in the Frank Wyant
home were Mr, and Mrs. Howard
Wells and daughters, Mr. and
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Mrs. Dale Bessert and Cathy
and the Cecil Miller family.
Sunday, September 28, visitors
in the Ray Wilson home were
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Shar
lene Hasenpflug and Kay Harti
gan of O’Neill.
Mrs. Junior Wilson entertained
at a stork shower honoring Mrs.
Bill Wilson, Thursday. The hos
tess served wafers and a salad
for lunch.
Helen Halstead stayed over
night Friday with Ruth Osborn.
Members of the Harold Hal
stead family were Sunday, Oct.
1, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Orvil Hartland and family of
Niobrara.
Frank Wyants have finished
wiring for REA and putting in
new waterworks at their farB
home. |J||
Harry Hartland of Montana
here visiting his sister. MrBlIl
Mike Hull, his brother, Will •; rl *
land, and many other relativB ''M
and friends.
Mrs. Faye Pinkerman returreB
last week from a two weeks visBBBI
with relatives in Iowa and Onl|
I -FREE
Three Grand Prizes
FURNITURE, CLOTHING,
HARDWARE DEPARTMENTS
Sat. Night - 9:00 p.m.
FREE PRIZES
HOURLY
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
WE SLIPPED DP ‘
LADIES’ ALL NYLON SLIPS
All Sizes 32 - 40. Regular 3.99.
BUY NOW AT- 1.98
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I TOILET TISSUE
I Regular — 4 Rolls for 29c
I I .4 Rolls for 19c
I 117 PIECES
9. Complete Service for 8
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Caprice .
ENSEMBLE
You save over $20 on this beautifully
matched service for 8 with 53 pieces of ^
modem dinnerware, 32 pieces of imper- * ^^9
iai stainless tableware, 8 each of dinner ^
plates, bread and butters, soups, fruit ^
dishes, cups, saucers, ice tea glasses, turn- M Mj ^
biers, sherbets, goblets, tablespoons, tea
spoons, knives and forks, plus a meat ~~"
platter, vegetable bowl, creamer and Xgf
covered sugar bowl. mAA* - .
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“The Friendly
Store**
O’Neill .
LADIES’ SPECIALS!
TABLE SPOONS - TABLE FORKS
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Regular 8c Each
NOW - Each 2C
(No Limit — But Hurry for These)
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A Word ofW
Howdy, Folks of the O'Neill tracfll
tion of my first year in O’Neill, I wBjg
appreciation for your wonderful patnB
bargains that will remind you of theBg
not seen for many years. In addition, ifl
tain you with organ music from our 8
good old fashioned barber shop quarlB
8:30 p.m. Saturday. I plan to hold aiM |
prises both days. Plan to attend and fl
save. 1 Mgl
Sincerely JB
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IVORY 5-INCH
CEREAL BOWLS
Regular 10c
NOW- 5c
GREEN FIRE KING
DINNER PLATES
Regular 15c Each
NOW — - M 5c
GLASS I
MIXING BOWLS
Crystal Clear, 6-Inch
' Regular 7c
NOW -.5c
GREEN
DINNER PLATES
9-Inch Size
Regular 15c
HOW- 5c
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RUBY TUMBLERS
9-Ounce Size
Regular 12c
NOW - — 3c
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36 to a Box
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5 PC. DINETTE
In Grey or Coral Lark finish. 30 x
48 Formica top table with 12-in.
leaf. Four matching No-Mar
enclosed back chairs
Reg. 129.95.' 69.95
VERTA - AID
INNERSPRING MATTRESS
• 500-Coil Orthopedic Type
Innerspring Unit
• Latex Impregnated Insulator
• Made by Nationally-Known
Manufacturer, 10-Yr. Guar.
Reg. 69.95-Now . 39.95
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RAINBOW RAG RUG
Multi-colored patterns in
“Hit & Miss’* designs
NOW -.99c
METAL SMOKER
In brown enamel finish with
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chrome top
Reg. 2.59.......1.99 1^
DOUBLE DRAIN
TUB
WITH PURCHASE OF ONE WASHER
SUPER - 9-LB. LOAD_$ 119.95
CUSTOM - 10-LB. LOAD. . ...... $ 149.95
DOMINION
FULLY AUTOMATIC
WAFFLE IRON
WITH PURCHASE OF CORONADO
COSMOPOLITAN RADIO $247.50
•r COMMANDER RADIO $174.95
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Welding Demonstration
By a Factory Representative!
A representative of the Twentieth Century
Welder manufacturing firm will be in our store
all three days of this big sale!
2-POCKET WALNUT
MAGAZINE RACK
Regular 3.95 ;
Special . 2.99
ENAMEL SURFACE
WALL COVERING
4'/2 Feet Wide
Per Running Foot.... 37C
Join Us for FREE Coffee During .
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