The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 05, 1951, Page 5, Image 5

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Jacobsons Honored
at Farewell Party_
Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Gildersleeve
were hosts to five and one-half
couples at a farewell party given
Friday at their home. Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Jacobson, who moved
Saturday to Merriam, Kans., were
the guests of honor. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Dean were assistant
hosts. After games, refreshments
were served.
Double Celebration
at Kleins—
Little Dorothy Lynn Bourne
and James (“Jimmy’)’ Klein cele
brated their first birthday anni
versaries Friday at the Klein
home. Their mothers, Mrs. Larry
Bourne and Mrs. George Klein,
met in the hospital when the ba
bies were bom. There were eight
children present. Cake and ice
cream were served.
Wayne Visitors—
^^r. and Mrs. Emil Weyhrich,
Miss Leora Weyhrich, and Mr.
and Mrs. Rolland Weyhrich and
j daughter, Judy, spent Sunday in
Wayne where they attended a
birthday anniversary party for
Mrs. Anna Magdanz, mother of
Mrs. Emil Weyhrich.
Linda Hunt
Is 2-Years-Old—
Mrs. Earl Hunt and children
went to Omaha last week to visit
her mother, Mrs. E. W. Devereny.
They also celebrated Linda’s sec
ond birthday anniversary with a
party for 14 little children and
their mothers Tuesday, March 27.
Mrs. Condon
Entertains—
Delta Dek winners last Thurs
day were Mrs. Mabel Gatz and
Mrs. M. J. Golden. Guests were
Mrs. Golden and Mrs. Edward M.
Gallagher. Mrs. Hope Condon
b was the hostess.
Mrs. Bridges
Hostess to MM Club—
Winners at the MM club last
Thursday were Mrs. Ted McEl
haney, high score, and Mrs. H. L.
Lindberg, the all cut. Mrs. Alice
Bridges was hostess.
Make Bracelets, Purses—
Brownie Troops 1 and II met
Tuesday afternoon in the old
gymnasium of the O’Neill public
school. The girls are learning to
make bracelets and wrist purses
of gimp and leather.
Mrs. Kersenbrock
Is Hostess to Club—
Mrs. Melvin Ruzicka and Mrs.
C. V. Sullivan won high scores at
the Jeudi club last Thursday at
the home of Mrs. D. A. Kersen
brock.
Mrs. Lyons
Is Hostess—
The CAM club met Friday at
the home of Mrs. Walter Lyons.
Bob Eby Is Feted
At Dinner Parties—
Bob Eby, who received his call
into the service, has been guest
of-honor at several dinner parties
lately.
Last Friday evening he and
his mother, Mrs. E. J. Eby were
entertained at dinner by William
Schwink. He and Bob were class
mates in Neligh.
Friday evening he was feted
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Knapp, of Orchard. Out-of-town
guests were Mrs. Francis Stuart,
of Meadow Grove, Mr. and Mrs.
Orwin Kloppenborg, of Emmet,
and Mrs. Eby.
Saturday evening he was a din
ner guest at the Clarence Booth
home.
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gil
lespie were hosts at a dinner
party in his honor. Mr. and Mrs.
D. Clark, of Omaha, his employ
ers, were also guests.
Virginia Buckmaster
Is 13-Years-Old—
Miss Virginia Buckmaster,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Buckmaster, celebrated her 13th
birthday anniversary at a party
Friday evening at her home.
There were 12 guests present.
Jeudi Meets—
Mrs. Dale Kersenbrock enter
tained the Jeudi club Thursday
evening at her home following
a dinner at the Town House.
Winners at cards were Mrs. Mel
vin Ruzicka and Mrs. C. V. Sul
livan.
Weekend Guests—
Miss Jeannie Foster, Miss Vir
ginia Foster and John Foster, of
Lincoln, spent the weekend in OL.
Neill visiting at the home of Mrs.
F. M. Brennan.
Return to Gering—
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Holliday
returned to their home in Gering
Monday. Mrs. Holliday had been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. D. N.
Loy.
RSS Club Meets
at Fetrows—
Mrs. Dale Fetrow entertained
the RSS club Wednesday, March
28. They made scrap books for a
children’s hospital.
Mrs. Page Hostess
to Church Group—
The anniversary meeting of the
Wesleyan Methodist church was
held Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Harry Page.
Martez Winners—
Mrs. Ira Moss entertained the
Martez club at her home Tues
day evening. Winners for the
evening were Mrs. H. J. Lohaus
and Mrs. F. N. Cronin.
GAMBLES carry a complete
line of Homeguard paint and
wallpaper plus the tools to put
them on. 48-51c
8 ‘Superiors’ Are
Won in Contest
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The district high school speech
contest was held Friday at Atkin
son. The O’Neill high school j
speech department and the Thes
pian club entered in five separate
divisions. These contestants were
grouped in the class A division, i
Three of the entries merited "su
perior” ratings, one entry earned
an “excellent,” and one entry re
ceived a "good.”
The contestants, along with
their selections which rated “su
pedior,” were: Barbara Bennett,;
"The Crucifixion,” by Lew Wal
lace; Joellyn Backhaus, interpre
tative poetry reading; one-act ;
j play, “High Windows,” by Verne
Powers.
Two members of the play cast
I were awarded "superior” ratings
for their individual performanc
es. They were Lois Harder as
"Linda Norton,” and Leah Serck
as "Emily Winthrop.’ The others
in the cast received ratings of
"excellent.” They were Don Pet
ersen, Donna Crabb and John
Bowen.
The rating of “excellent” went
to Priscilla Holsclaw for her
reading of an excerpt from the
play, “The Importance of Being
Earnest,” by Oscar Wilde.
Alice Knepper received a
“good” rating for her interpreta
tive oratory selection, “Who’s to
Blame?” by Zelda J. Ryan.
On April 6, the OHS speech
department will take the one-act
play, “High Windows” to Kear
ney to enter competition with
plays from other cities and towns
throughout the state. The indi
vidual entry at Kearney will be
Barbara Bennett.
Five out of seven entries from
the St. Mary’s academy speech
department received “superior”
ratings at the district speech
contest.
The students who received the
“superior” ratings were: Lorraine
Simonson, humorous reading,
“The Soldier Lover”; Marde
Birmingham, dramatic reading,
“My Ever-Long Creation”; Jack
Carney, radio newscast, and Ma
ry Lois Kelly, poetry reading.
Miss Birmingham’s selection
was written by John O’Neill, a
graduate of St. Mary’s academy,
now a freshman at Creighton
university. The judges expressed
special praise for the selection.
The play, “Gray Bread,” pre
sented by the students, also re
ceived a “superior” rating. The
cast included: Mary J, Jarman,
“Solda”; Bernadette Hynes, “Ri
ja”; Mary Lois Kelly, “Yolande,”
and Marde Birmingham, “Mot
ka.” This play has a peasant
theme and was first produced at
the Michigan State Teachers’ col
lege.
James Tracv, 74,
Atkinson, Dies—
ATKINSON — A 74-year-old
retired Atkinson drayman and
school ianitor. James Tracv, died
early Wednesday, April 4. He had
been in failing health for about a
year.
The late Mr. Tracy came to At
kinson in 1919 from Grundy
Center, la.
Funeral services will be held
at 2 o’clock today (Thursday) at
the Methodist church with Rev.
E. G. Hughes officiating. The re
mains will be sent to Grundy
Center for burial.
Survivors include: Son —
George, of Atkinson.
Mr. Tracy was custodian at the
public school for 12 years.
EDUCATIONAL NEWS
An off-campus class in educa
tion 31 oc, foundation of modern
education, a three-hour course,
will start in O’Neill on April 14.
Dr. Thorpe, of the University fo
Nebraska, will teach the class.
If you are interested and have
not already contacted the office,
please do so.—By Alice L. French,
county superintendent of public
instruction.
Visit Lincoln—
Mrs. O. W. French left Wednes
day with Mrs. Ira Watson, of In
man. Mrs. French expects to be
gone about a week visiting her
father in Lincoln, her son and
daughter-in-law in Wahoo, Dr.
and Mrs. Ivan French, and two
sons and in Omaha her son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Tallon and son, Michael.
Make GAMBLES your fishing
supply headquarters for this
summer. Complete line in and on
display. 48-51c
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grage went
to Ewing Sunday to visit Mr.
and Mrs. John Walker and Bob
by;
Famous Paintings
Roll Call Feature—
The Eagle Creek 4-H club met
Sunday, April 1, at Lois Ann and
Harold Peterson's home. All the
members were present. Roll call
was answered by telling about
some famous painting.
The club received its new flag
—the club flag and United States
flag, also new caps.
A demonstration on making
biscuits was given by Janet Hull.
Some of the girls in the “Lear
ning to Be a Homemaker" pro
ject had their luncheon sets fin
ished.
Several games, led by Bonna
and Brenda Margritz, were play
ed.
The next meeting will be at
the Benson school on Sunday
April 29.
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This will be a school picnic and
club meeting combined.
Theresa Ernst is the teacher.—
By Betty Lou Curran, club re
porter.
Teen-Age Dances
To Be Resumed—
Glea H. Wade, manager of the
American Legion club, this week
announced that Friday night
supervised teen - aged dances
will be resumed at the club.
First teen-age dance is schedu
led for Friday, April 6.
Miss Rita Kay Vequist spent
Saturday night and Sunday vis
iting Betty Lou and Mary Jo
Curran.
WANT ADS as low as 35c per
insertion.—The Frontier.
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GRAND OPENING
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
rnrri candy bars to all
rlfEE* ATTENDING OPENING!
ANNOUNCING!! A NEW AND MORE
PROFITABLE CREAM & EGG DEAL
TO YOU, MR. & MRS. FARMER!
This Is Our Written Guarantee
to You!!
WE WILL PAY MORE FOR
YOUR PRODUCE DESPITE ALL
COMPETING PRICES !
—BILL MILLER, Owner.
In Order for Us to Pay and Continue to
Pay This Extra Dividend We MUST
Have Your Volume
* REMEMBER PLEASE ! !
Your Volume Determines YOUR PRICE!
CREAM, No. 1 .. 70c
OR MORE
EGGS, per doz.. 37c
Price Subject to Market Change
lEW BEAL PRODUCE CO.
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Due to the Fact That a Lot of You Can Not Get in on the Weekend to SAVE on Some of I
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I Thank You—(In Syrup)
PEACHES, No. 21 cn 29c
Pennick White
SYRUP, Cal. Pail „ 99c
Post Cereal
KR1NCLES, 2 Pkgs. 29c
Aunt Jemima 3% Lbs.
PANCAKE FLOUR 39c
Woodbury
SOAP, 4 Bars.29«
IM CERTIFIED BLUE TAG ■
) Early Ohio Seed ■
I POTATOES I
I loo Lbs. s,29}
I Fancy Delicious I
I APPLES 1
S 46-Lb. Box.. 2.99 I
( Solid Red Lb. Tube I
I TOMATOES,,, 25c I
| CABBAGE, Lb. „ 7c |
■ Florida Seedless I
I GRAPEFRUIT I
1 lOLor.49c t
I ORANGES {
I 2 Lbs.19c 1
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COFFEE, Lb.79c I
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CHERRIES, Lb. Box 49c I
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Daintee Liquid 1
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PORK STEAK I
Lb.49c I
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SQUARES I
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BOLOGNA I
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