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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1951)
Mrs. Marvin Richter and John
Brady took their sister, Joan,
back to Doane college at Crete
on Sunday, after having spent
Easter vacation with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Brady.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oetter,
of Chicago, 111., arrived Monday
for a visit with Mrs. Cora Wilk
Dr. Jack Vincent, of Ft. Dodge,
la., son of Mrs. Amelia Vincent,
has received his commission as
captain in the army. Dr. Vincent
was recently notified of his call
to active duty soon.
Mrs. Iva Hopkins, of Sioux
City, la., arrived Saturday for
a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Perrv and Mr. and Mrs. Don
Albert Albertson, of Cedar
Bluffs, spent Wednesday, March
28, in O’Neill, visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Soukup.
Mrs. Mary Applegate, of Om
aha, and Charles Leach, of Fre
mont, were weekend guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Sanders. Miss Ann Louise San
ders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Sanders, left Sunday eve
|. ning with Mrs. Applegate on a
V two weeks’ trip to New Mexico
Ronald J. Ressel, SR., spent
the weekend at the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Res
sel. He is stationed at San Diego,
Allen Porter, son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Porter, has enlisted
in the air force. He left Friday
morning for Texas, where he will
F. J. Biglin went to Omaha
Monday to meet Mrs. Biglin,
who arrived early Tuesday fol
lowing an eight-weeks’ visit in
Chico, Calif., with their son, Dr.
Robert F. Biglin, and wife and
their children. Mrs. R. F. Biglin
had been seriously illl but is re
I covering “fine.” She also visited
her daughter, Mrs. George Cur
%fv tis, and family at Concord, Calif.
Hear Report on
State WSCS Meet
AMELIA — The WSCS met
Wednesday, March 28, with Mrs.
Mrs. Emma Lindsey was lead
er of devotions. Mrs. Lawrence
Barnett gave a very interesting
report on the meeting she attend
ed at Lincoln as a delegate from
the Amelia WSCS.
Mrs. Earnie Johnston and Mrs.
George Fullerton served lunch.
Other Amelia News
Mrs. Ed White, Mrs. Glenn
White, Mrs. Vern Sageser and
Mrs. Link Sageser attended club
at Mrs. R. A. Ballagh’s on Thurs
Mrs. Alice Prewitt and son.
Dean, drove to Scottsbluff Tues
day, March 27, taking her daugh
ter, Mrs. Gale Fix, and children
to their home there. The Pre
witts returned home the early
part of this week.
Mrs. Mae Estes came Tuesday,
March 27, from Clio, la. She is
here in the interest of the estate
of her brother, the late George
Pat Kennedy left Monday for
Springfield, 111., where he will
visit at the home of his daugh
ter, Gladys, now Mrs. Dale Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coolidge
were business callers in O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Waldo and
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fried
riick, at Spencer Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fix and
Leone called on Mr. and Mrs.
Wm Fryrear Sunday and Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Baker called there
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Johnston
and son, Paul, and Mr. and Mrs.
Earnie Johnston were supper
guests at the Ray Anderson home
Friday ervening. The occasion was
in honor of Paul Johnston, who
left Wednesday, April 4, for in
duction in the armed forces.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wer
ner, Dennie and Connie, of Cham
bers, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wal
do, Barbara and Judy, of Atkin
son, and Mrs. H. Waldo’s moth
er, of Boston, Mass., were Sun
day dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Waldo.
Ralph and Joan Adair, Cleone
Doolittle and Delores and Jack
Gilman took Pvt. Bob Adair to
Grand Island Saturday evening
where he took the train for camp
Mr. and Mrs. Bus Enbody and -
family visited at the Tommie •
Doolittle home Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Barnett had ;
bathroom fixtures installed in
their new home last week.
Sgt. Robert Leder, of Denver, <
Colo., visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Leder, sr., the
We just can't seem to keep
good gas and kerosene Servels on
hand. It you have one to trade,
come in and see us.—GAMBLES.
Miss Mary Kamphaus return
ed to Norfolk last weekend after
a week’s visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kamphaus.
Mrs. Mae Estes, Mrs. Julia
White, Mrs. Lindsey and Flor
ence were Sunday evening sup
per guests of Mrs. Etta Ott. Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Barnes and fam
ily also called there during the
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beliel and
daughter, Lois, of Grand Island,
visited over the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ragland and
Page Church Admits
6 New Members
PAGE — Communion services |
wert held at the Methodist church
The following members were
taken into the church: Marilyn
Lamason, Wm Sorensen, John
Lamason, Wilson Lamason, Le
roy Clasey and Loren Stewart.
Mrs. John Lamason was ad
mitted by letter.
Baptismal services were held
jfor the following: Vicki Nadine,
daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Lloyd
Fusselman; Jolene Ann, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fink;
James Lynn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Sorensen; Andre Gae,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Wettlaufer, Fred Eugene, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Asher.
Other Page News
Mrs. Daisy Markham, of Tope
ka, Kans., and Mrs. Dewey Marx,
of Lincoln, came Monday, March
26, to visit their aunt, Mrs. L.
Lamason. They were brought
here by William Marx. On Wed
nesday, March 28, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Anderson, of Hartington,
brought Mrs. Anderson’s moth
er, Mrs. Susan Hathaway, who
also stayed to visit her sister,
Mrs. L Lamason. Mrs. Marx re
turned to her home at Lincoln
Friday. Mrs. Markham and Mrs.
Hathaway stayed until Sunday
when the Andersons came here
to take them to Hartington. Mrs.
Markham will leave from there
or Tuscumbra, Ala., where she
will make her home. Mrs. Mark
ham and Mrs. Marx are daught
ers of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
(“Pat”) Murphy, who were resi
dents of this community many
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Haynes
spent Friday at O’Neill. They
were dinner guests at the home
I of their son, Lawrence Haynes,
George Hall, of Kalamazoo,
Mich., came Sunday to spend a
few days with his aunt, Mrs.
Sam Coover, and to help care for
i Mr. Coover.
The Boy Scouts held their
meeting Friday evening at the
Methodisf church. Scoutmaster
Carl Max and 12 members were
present. They planned a paper
drive, the money to be used to at
tend camp week. Save your pa
pers and notify some scout mem
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lamason, Mrs.
Susie Hathaway, Mrs. Daisy
Markham and Mrs. Dewey Max
were dinner guests Thursday at
the Melvin Lamason home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grass and
family drove to Taylor Sunday
to bring Mrs. Grass’ mother, Mrs.
Anna Thompson, to her home in
Page. She had spent most of the
winter with her father, John Nel
son, at Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Howell
drove to Sioux City Saturday
where Mr. Howell met with oth
er depot agents of the Burling
ton division. A dinner was ser
ved at the Mayfair hotel. They
visited with Mr. Howell’s rela
tives at Sioux City and returned
home late Monday evening.
Sterling Albright, while spend
ing the past week at his home in
Page, was a dinner guest Tues
day of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Stewart. On Wednesday he vis
ited the Page school and ate the
school lunch with friends there.
Mrs. Albright and Sterling were
dinner guests Thursday of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Neubauer.
The Page Improvement club
met with Mrs. A. L. Dorr Mon
day evening with 17 members
present and two visitors, Mrs.
Raymond Heiss and Mrs. J. I.
Gray. Mrs. R. D. Copes, presi
dent, had charge of the business
meeting. It was voted to repair
the roof and ceiling of the Page
theatre. They will plant a tree
in the park Arbor day. They will
meet in the afternoon and the
grade pupils will be present and
have a program. Following that
there will be a weiner roast for
the group. Mrs. Anton Nissen
was in charge of the entertain
ment for the evening. Each la
dy made a flower and received
patterns to make flowers. The
hostess served a lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Saxon, of
Sjpalding, spent Thursday eve
ning with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Mrs. Fred Naslund accompan
ied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cole, of
O’Neill, and Leonard Lorenze to
Glenwood, la., Saturday after
noon to visit Rev. and Mrs. Wal
ter Cole and family. They' return
ed Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Terrill left
early Monday morning for Bur
I oak, Kans., to attend the funeral
ervices Monday afternoon for
dr. Terrill’s grandmother, Mrs.
iadie Terrill, who passed away
i'riday evening. C. J. Terrill was
it Buroak at the time of his
Mr. and Mrs. J M. Kennedy,
)f Ainsworth, attended services
it the Methodist church Sunday ,
forenoon. They went to the home 1
if their son-in-law and daughter,
Vlr. and Mrs. Bill Sorensen, and
Family where they were dinner
Mrs. James Foreman and sons,
Byron and Craig, of Bristow,
were Saturday morning visitors
at the Frank Foreman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Miller, of
Valentine, were Tuesday, March
27, visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clar
Mrs. Bob Fox was a Sunday
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Newton and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Swick, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Swick and son,
Mike, and Toby, Humphrey, all
of Clinton, returned home Tues
day, after a several weeks visit
at the W. R. Tenborg home.
Miss Maureeen Murphy was a
Friday overnight guest of Holly
Smith at Atkinson.
iMr. and Mrs. Bill Farr, of At
kinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Farr, and sons, of O’Neill, were
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Perry and
family, Fred Perry and Mr. and
Mrs Ray Calkins and daughters,
all of O’Neill, were Sunday,
March 25, dinner guests at the
Dean Perry home.
Mrs. Dean Beckwith and Mrs.
Jack Murphy, grade school teach
A A J
ers at Stuart, attended a birth
day anniversary' party for K. C.
Paul, Stuart superintendent, on
Monday evening, March 26, at
Mr. and Mrs. “Duke” Kersen
brock, of O’Neill, were Wednes
day, March 28, visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Cole.
GAMBLES carry a corttplete
line of Homeguard paint and
wallpaper plus the tools to put
them on. 48-51c
Mrs. Alex McConnell was a
Monday, March 25, visitor of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Puckett and
family at Atkinson.
Mrs. Paul Newton and family
were Saturday visitors at the
Bill Kramer home at O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kendall and
Mrs. Estella Kendall, of Hastings,
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Fox and sons.
Going to 'Frisco—
Ronald Ressel, S. R., arrived
Friday to spend a week with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Res
sel. He has been stationed in San
Diego, Calif., but will be sent to
San Francisco following his fur
Mr. and Mrs. Don McDermott,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Grenier and
Mr. and Mrs. Leland Lieb visited
at the Clyde Johnson home,
north of O’Neill, Sunday.
Sunday guests at the Lloyd
Gallagher home were Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene McDermott and
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Mrs. James Gallagher and Mrs.
C. V. Sullivan were hostesses at
a meeting of the St. Theresa Al
tar Society Thursday afternoon
at the C. V. Sullivan home.
Couples Club in Session—
The Couples club met Sunday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Verne Reynoldson. Prize
winners were Mr. and Mrs. Leigh
Reynoldson and Arnie Doming.
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