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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1959)
m. and Mrs. a D. Hnrtraaft
marriage of their daughter,
Kay, to Donald lanoa.
is a graduate of O’Neill
high school. Mr. I Arson
mo mt Mr. and Mrs.
I Arson of Ewing and
<mI ta IcacMng In the
public high school. A
r wedding la planned.
By Miss Florence Uiuisey
Ibas Venite White, daughter of
Mr am Mrs. den White cele
Irdrd her 16th hirthday anniver
sary Friday, Ofct 23. She accom
pameu Mr and Mrs. Oyde Burge
and family to Chambers Friday
TIE to attend the football
and while away about forty
_ bars gathered at her home
I apprised her upon her return
i tie game. She received
gifts and a lunch was en
*!he following families were pres
"*t L C. Barnett, lauis Burge tt,
Pats) Fisher, Lean Thompson,
Tau> Madsen, Bud Clemens,
ftirge, Clayton Burge, Mrs.
Ljgae Dexter. Edward Ooolidge,
UBbeys, Edith Anderson, Roger,
DaMs^aod Debra Waldo and Ixm
Mrs. Delia Ernst received a let
ter Knan her niece, Mrs. Leo Mar
eeKas (Helen Waldman) at Monte
bello. Calif, in which she told of
-the wbhery of their jewelry and
1 appliance bop. The loss
ta about $4,000. The
wore gloves, so they could
■hr and Mrs. August Holtz and
bar anu and family at Grand Is
NIkI noted their daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
He has been an a months absence
because of illness. ]
The Amelia Progressive club ,
met Wednesday, Oct. 21 at the ,
home erf Mrs. Vem Sagf-ser There
were eight members present. Mrs. ;
Emma Fisher presented the les- ,
son on "Know Your Car" which ]
with material she gathered from
other sources, was very interest- I
Next meeting will be with Mrs.
Bernard Black more. There will be
a lesson on Christmas Gift Ideas.
Each member is asked to bring
patterns and ideas for toys or
gifts. . ,
Most people aren’t prepared for
surprises and such proved to be
the case with Mrs. Delia Ernst,
when a group of ladies went to her
home an evening earlier than her
birthday anniversary October 22 to
help her celebrate the occasion.
! Those present were Mrs B. W.
Waldo, Mrs. Frank Pierce, Mrs.
Blossom Butler, Mrs. Blake Ott,
Mrs. Floyd Adams, Mrs. Merle
Ericson. Mrs. Vem Sageser, Mrs.
Edith Andersen, Mrs. Emma Lind-,
sey, Mrs. Ralph Rees, Mrs Stella
Sparks and Miss Florence Lindsey.
Mrs. Frank Pierce baked the
birthday cake which was served
with coffee, sandwiches and pick
les for lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tompson
and daughters and Mrs. Thomp
son's mother, Mrs. Wilbur Manley
visited in Burwell Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eamie Johnston
were dinner guests Sunday at Lew j
I Mrs. Blake Ott entertained at
a tea Wednesday afternoon hon
oring Mhs. Morris Nelson of Min
neapolis, Minn. Those present
were Mrs. Hamp Smith, Mrs.
Bemie Kennedy, Mrs. Art Doo
little, Mrs. Floyd Adams, Mrs.;
Asa Watson, Mrs. Margis Sam
mons and Mrs. Stell Sparks.
Mr. and Mrs. August Pospichal,
Richard and Michael attended the
wedding of a relative at David
City Saturday. They returned
home Sunday evening. Lyle Fix
did chores for them while they
Mr. and Mrs. Vem Sageser en
tertained at dinner Thursday Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Nelson and Mrs.
Merle Ericson of Minneapolis,
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eser. The Nelsons were also
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Wat
son Monday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Cleme s and
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Backhaus are
having new bathrooms in their
Mrs. Lee Gilman, Mrs. Dick
Doolittle and Mrs. George Fuller
ton were Norfolk callers Friday.
Neighbors helped Rusty Adair
stucco his new bam Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Waldo,
Roger, Darla, Debra, Bruce and
Larry went to Cotesfield Sunday
to visit Mrs. Waldo’s sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lew’
Sperling and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thompson
visited their daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holmes
near Ord one day last week,
i Gerald McClenahan and Mrs.
j Orland Fryrear, the Amelia teach
'ers attended a meeting at Valley
Center school Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Elmer Oetter and daugh
ters, Lana and Janeth were Sat
uniay and Sunday, Oct 16 and 17
visitors in Norfolk at the home of
Mrs. Oetter’s sister and brother
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Duncan.
Mrs. Delia Ernst received word
that her brother, James Curran
was in the O’Neill hospital for a
few days. He was improved Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn French
of Page showed slide pictures of
the Belgian Congo, Africa mis
sion work Sunday evening at the
Methodist church. Their son, Carol j
French is an agricultural mission- !
ary there the past two years. The j
pictures and the narration were j
Cookies and coffee w’ere served j
at the annex following the pictures, j
There were about 50 persons pres
Mrs. Gertie Adair, who has been
visiting her daughter and family,
the Bill Schmits at Des Moines,
la. the past six weeks returned
Announcement has been made of
the approaching marriage of Miss
Charlotte Berry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Berry to Ray
mond Lewis of Atkinson, formely
•f Butte. The wedding is to be
The Price Is Right
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4% Fat. Ton $82.00
i 4B% Natural Caloa..Ton $79.00
n Tri Way..Ton $73.00 j
( » Soy Cat. . Ton $82.00
Com Caha —.Ton $62.00
CM-Craap Palate.Ton $66.00
M% OM Pracass Soy Meal .Ton $82.00
m Lass Canto manor ..Ton *5B.UU
tankage ...100 lbs. $5.00
Mnt Scraps..100 lbs. $ 5.00
! Cane Trol ..20 lbs. $ 6.00
FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS
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YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE
OBI SATURDAY NIGHTS
jJack Bailey, Mgr.
B. W Waldo and John Zinkon
.'iaited at Frank Pierce's Si»day
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Skull a of
Jewells spent the weekend with
heir daughter and family, Mr.
ind Mrs. Mhrvin Doolittle.
Mrs Withers and daughter,
drs. Blossom Butler have been en
ertaimng relatives this week,
drs. Withers' sons, Wilbur Chap
man of Saa Francisco, Calif., Har
old Chapman of Topeka. Kan*.,
George Chapman and daughter,
Carol of Unton. N. D and Paul
Chapman of Rapid City. S. D.
Other relatives here were a sis
ter-in-law, Mrs Frank Wilsey of,
Pedro, S D. and a nephew and his
wife. Mr and Mrs. Charles Wil-!
sey. Rapid City.
Mrs Hank Whitcomb has been
on tha sick list. She consulted
Burwell doctor Wednesday
A tractor and part of a stack of
hay were destroyed by fire near
Lyle Warden's Wednesday. Harley
Larson. Dale Woods and Zane Ed
wards were baling hay.
Mr. ami Mrs. Vernon Pierce and
sons of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
visited over Thursday night with
lis uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
i Frank Pierce.
Mrs Vem Sageser. Mrs. Ber
; nard Blackmore, Mrs Clyde Wid
j man, Mrs. M. H. Madsen. Mrs
, Milton Clemens. Mrs Paul Fisher.
Mrs Glen White and Mrs Elmer
Coolidge attended extension club
achievement day in O'Neill Tues
day, Oct. 30.
The Amelia Women's Society of
j Christian Service will serve the
lunch at Roy Fullerton’s farm sale
November 4. Each member will
furnish one pie.
A coyote hunt was staged in the
Inez vicinity last Sunday. Bob
Clifford came with his plane.
Others participating in the hunt
were Butch Gakie, Eldon Brinier
and sons. Walter Slaymaker, Paul'
Hiatt, Ea»ie Lane and l^yle Fix.
Paul Hiatt. Walter Slaymaker
and Earme Lane were Sunday.
Oct. 28. dinner guests at Lyle
The school board met for their
business meeting Tuesday eve
I Shop 8:30-5:30 — Saturday Till 9:00 p.m. Shop the friendly Store—Gambles in O'Neill and Save!
WORK SOCKS - Part Wool
3 pair SJ
Special fiber blend of 25% wool, 35% rayon, 40% cotton
for warmfi, long wear, e^tra abeorbency, Ribbed tops. Best
value in O’Neill! Stock up now for all winter long!
| flannel shirts j
! COMPARE AT 2.49 j
Rugged buy for wo^c, sport*
or outdoor weorl Choice of
rich foil plaids on good qual
ity sueded cotton flannel. Ex
tra long tail. Sixes 14Vi-17.
f outdoor boots^j
Rugged brown boot has cush
ion crepe soles, rawhide laces.
Sweatproof insole. Sizes 7-12.
Boys' Boots of supple, gold
en tan leather with foam cush
ion soles. Size J2-3_5.9S
AGES 2-6. 7-12
Buy their mittens now at low,
low price! Plains, plaids, pat
terns in practical dark colors,
sturdy wool blend fabric.
Snug-fitting knit wrists.
What a buy! Lowest price in
O'Neill! MenB sizes S-M-L.
Grey only. You'll save plenty
at Gambles during this ter
Boys sizes 11-6
Mens sizes 7-12
4 buckle or zipper
Get ready for winters snow!
Hundreds of pairs of sturdy
4 buckle overshoe just wait
ing for you. Buy now for
school or play.
3 yards $1
Values to 49c! Beautiful new
‘ prints. Short lengths for
®>wns, Pj's. A terrific buy!
Compare at 69c! Gripper
shoulder for sizes 1-4, crew
neck for 3-8, Stripes and sol
id colors. All long sleeve.
Cute as can be—and warm besldesl Knit of
70 denier nylon stretch yarns, full fash
ioned for sleek, smooth fit. Misses' in red,
black; girls' in red, black royal. «*-«*»•»
Sixes S-M>L... 1,93
lined in plaid
Tapered chino slacks are
warmly lined in cotton flannel
plaid. Boxer back for perfe#
fit. Sanforized, vat-dyed. Red,
block; size* 7-14. ns-sorc
\ All Star Value!
* Quilted Lining for Warmth
F • Zip-Off Hood—Dynel Trim
• Heavy Duty Talon Zip Front
Styled for the wide outdoors and rough
wearl Quilt-lined combed sateen parka
is wind-resistant, water-repellent, full
cut for action-free fit. Knit storm cuffs
seal out wind; heavy-duty Talon zipper.
1 Wear with or without zip-off hood. Put
t on Loy-Away now—a terrific buy I 6-18.
I lift 7900
4 pairs 77c
Popular triple roll hops. Soft white
cotton. Good wearing quality.
Sizes 9-11. Reg. 29c value.
You’ll want several at such a spec
ial price! Fine quality knit PJ in
sizes 1-4. Buy now-SAVE!
Soft fine fleecy flannel. Bleached
snowywhite. Slight imperfections
make such a value' possible! If
Warm, washable, colorfast! Grip
per-crotch crawlers with adjust
able suspenders, sizes 6-24 month.
Boxer longies, sizes 4-6-8 with all
around elastic waist.
Here’s real value. Popular wash
able matching pants and shirts.
Dark Grey or Army Tan. Shirts
size 1416-17. Pants 30-42. Reg.
Here’s a wonderful buy! Pretty j
dacron that washes and drys so
quickly. Little or no ironing need
ed. Beautiful for criss cross too.
Size 50 x 90 each side. Rag. $4.48
d&N 29 .
Warmth without bulk—a great buy
for outdoor men! Unique waffle
knit cotton traps body heat—insu
lates against sub-zero cold. Will
not shrink, twist or sag; machine
washable. Boys' sizes S-M-L (6-16);
nrten's S-M-L shirts, S-M-L-XL draw
ers. Buy now for sports, hunting.
100-8322. 8470; 88-3444. 4S
Ankle-Length Cotton Drawers
Medium weight combed cotton Boys' Sizes 4-8
drawers, full-cut for non-blnd fit.
All-around elastic waist; seams
taped to prevent stretching. Stock
vp for school wear at low prices.
Boy's sizes 4-16
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