The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 05, 1951, Page 8, Image 8

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    FUTURE SUBSCRIBERS
FATHENINGHAM — Mr. and
Mrs. Ronald Fatheningham, of
Fairfax, S. D., a son, bom Mon
day, March 26, at Sacred Heart
hospital, Lynch.
CLASSEN—Mr. and Mrs. An
dy Classen, of Lynch, a son, bom
Tuesday, March 27, at Sacred
Heart hospital, Lynch. Mrs. Clas
sen is the former Miss Betty
Kriz. Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Kriz, of
Lynch, and Mr. and Mrs. George
Classen, of Spencer, are the
grandparents.
HAVRANEK—Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Havranek, of Spencer, a
son, born Tuesday, March 27, at
Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch.
Mrs. Havranek is the former Bet
ty Halva, of Lynch. Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Halva, of Lynch, are the
grandparents.
DeHART—Mr. and Mrs. Larkin
DeHart, of San Diego, Calif., a
son, weighing 6 pounds 13Vi
ounces, born Sunday, March 4.
Mr. DeHart is a brother of Mrs.
Victor Harley, Mrs. Harry Scott
and Edgar DeHart, of Chambers,
and formerly Lived at Chambers.
HOWE—Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Howe, of Fremont, a daughter,
Peggy Kay, weighing 8 pounds, ]
born Tuesday, March 27, at Fre
mont. Mrs. Howe is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood, of
Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Wood went
to Fremont Thursday, Mrs. Wood
remaining to help care for the
new granddaughter.
PORTER—Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Porter, of Albion, Wyo., a daugh
ter, Zonna Lucille, weighing 6
Sounds 5 ounces, born Monday,
larch 19. Mr. Porter is a nephew
of Mrs. Berlin Mitchell, of Stuart,
and they worked on the Mrs.
Bert Garwood ranch, of the
Green Valley community, before
going to Wyoming.
SCHNEIDER — Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Schneider, of Atkin
son, a daughter, born Friday,
March 30, at the Barrett nursing
home in Atkinson.
FOCKEN—Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Focken, of Celia, a son,
Daniel Lee, weighing 6ft pounds,
born Thursday, March 29, at the
Barrett nursing home in Atkin
son.
ur j T7vMr’ and Mrs- Robert '
Wood, of Orchard, a son, weigh- I
mg 8 pounds 3 ounces, born Sat
urday morning, March 31, at the
Plain view hospital. The Woods
have one daughter. Mr. Wood is
w !i°n ?f«Mr- and Mrs- Prod
Wood, of Page.
c and Mrs- Bernard
Sp^’of St. Louis, Mo., a son,
weighing 6 pounds, born Monday,
April 2, at St. Louis, Mo. Mrs.
“ th® ^mer Deloris
bchultz, daughter of Mrs. Flor
ence Schultz. Mr Spry is the sorn
or r. and Mrs. Cecil Spry.
—Mr. and Mrs. Har- 1
old Calkins, of O’Neill, a son
weighing 9 pounds 13 ounces’ 1
& T“e.sday- April 3, at Our
folky Tv,iL0Ur«uS hosPital Nor <
Zhl? j?. the couple’s second <
g"V?*nd f*cst son. Mrs. Calkins 1
is the former Jean Callaway. Mr
and Mrs. Chet Calkins are the
paternal grandparents.
Fron 8nd Mrs> Ivan
French of Wahoo, a son. Richard
Dab*, born Saturday, March 17. 1
This is the couple’s second son. 1
Doctor French is the son of Dr '
and Mrs. O. W. French. i
CARROLL—Mr. and Mrs. John
Carroll, of Lincoln, a son, Mich- ]
ael John, weighing 8 pounds 6
ounces, bom Wednesday, March ,
28, at the O'Neill hospital. The
mother is the former Rosemary
Biglin, daughter of Mrs. W. J. j
Biglin and the late W. J. Biglin.
MULLEN—Mr. and Mrs. John
Mullen, of O'Neill, a daughter,
Patricia Marie, weighing 6 i
pounds 12 ounces, born Thurs
day, March 29, at the O’Neill
hospital.
COLFACK—Mr. and Mrs. Har- ^
old Colfack, of O’Neill, a daugh
ter* Diana Lee, born Thursday
March 29, at the O’Neill hospital.
LOY—Mr. and Mrs. Don Loy
of O’Neill, a daughter, Diana
Lynn, weighing 6 >4 pounds, bom
i Sunday, April 1, at the O'Neil
I hospital.
HOX1E—Mr. and Mr. Delber
j Hoxie, of Chambers, a son
1 Charles Ray, weighing 7 pound;
12 ounces, born Monday, Apri
j 2, at the O'Neill hospital.
SICK & INJURED
O’NEILL—‘Mrs. J. Victor John
son smashed her left thumb a
week ago in the top of a car door.
The accident happened 16 miles
north of Atkinson. She’s getting
along “pretty good” now. . . Mrs.
John Cleary and Mrs. Elaine
Ballew, both patients at St. Vin
cent’s hospital in Sioux City, are
reported to be in “good” condi
tion. . . Ralph McElvain and M.
C. Simonson went to Omaha on
Thursday where Mr. Simonson
underwent a medical examina
tion. They returned to O’Neill
' Friday evening. They went to
Omaha again Monday, accompan
{ied by Mrs. Ralph McElvain, who
: also had medical attention. . ,
Mrs. H. W. Tomlinson has been
confined to the hospital at Lynch
since last Thursday. Her condi
tion is reported as “very good."
. . John G. Stuifbergen, manager
of the O’Neill Beverage company,
returned Saturday from Our La
dy of Lourdes hospital at Norfolk
where he submitted to an emer
gency appendectomy on Monday,
March 26. . . Mrs. Mark O. How
ard is reported to be “recovering
nicely” after an operation which
she underwent Friday at St. Jo
seph’s hospital in Omaha. . . .
Mrs. Bob Moore returned home
from Our Lady of Lourdes hos
pital in Norfolk Tuesday eve
ning after being a patient for a
bout seven weeks. The twins Ke
vin and Kathleen, both weigh
2 pounds and 9 ounces and will
remain in the hospital until they
are bigger . . . Mrs. Pat Hynes
was in Omaha Tuesday and Wed
nesday for medical treatment . . .
Mrs. Ralph Bauman is leaving
today (Thursday) for Omaha for
medical attention. If she has to
remain, she will enter the Uni- I
versity hospital. . . . Mrs. Fred
Fritton, who slipped in front of
St. Patrick’s church one night
last week and broke her arm, is
“getting better.”
PAGE—Mrs. Gus Robinson en
tered Our Lady of Lourdes hos
pital at Norfolk Sunday evening.
On Monday morning she submit
ted to a major operation . . . Al
vin Hesse entered St. Joseph’s
hospital at Sioux City Friday. He
will submit to an operation Tues
day morning . . . Clarence Stew
art became ill Saturday night
and was taken to Our Lady of
Lourdes hospital at Norfolk Sun
day. Mrs. Stewart and two sons,
fllen and Ed, took him to Nor
folk. Mrs. Stewart remained
:here to be with her husband.
He had surgery Wednesday. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mudloff also
drove to Norfolk Sunday after
hearing Mrs. Mudloffs father
had been taken to the hospital.
ATKINSON — Leo Kramer
crushed his fingers “quite badly”
n a door Saturday. . . Edwin
straka has returned from Oma
la where he went for a medical ,
heckup. He is “greatly improv
ed.” . . “Grandpa” Tracy was
aken to the Stuart hospital Sat
urday, March 31. He has been
‘seriously ill” for some time.
REDBIRD—Mr. and Mrs. Dan
McKenzie drove to Creighton
ast week to take medical treat
nent . . . Herman Schollmeyer
ook Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scholl- 1
neyer, sr., to Sioux City Friday,
March 30, where Mrs. Jot Scholl
neyer had a medical checkup.
EWING — Mrs. John Walker
lad a sinus operation last Thurs- '
lay at Our Lady of Lourdes hos
>ital in Norfolk. She returned
Saturday.
AMELIA—Mrs. Art Kaiser has
seen in Rochester, Minn., where
ihe was treated at the Mayo
Bros, clinic.
SOUTH OF STUART—Jerry
Jeyne had his tonsils removed at
the Bassett hospital Wednesday,
Ajpril 4
LYNCH—Mrs. Albert Spencer
nas been on the gick list.
“Voice of The Frontier” . . .
1,467 Musicians
Will Be Heard
u ”■
(Continued from page 1.)
This program will start at 7.
No ratings will be given at the
festival as the schools voted 35-17
to abolish them. Each soloist will
play four minutes and have a
two-minute consultation with the
critic. Piano soloists will play
eight minutes and will have a
two-minute consultation.
Critics are: Edward Kurtz,
chairman of music department,
Iowa State Teachers college, Ce
dar Falls, la.; Paul McCollin,
chairman vocal department,
Morningside college, Sioux City;
James M. Reistrup, chairman pi
ano department, Morningside col
lege, Sioux City; Elwood Keister,
vocal department, Iowa State
Teachers college, Cedar Falls, la.
There are 1,467 students enter
ed, representing 25 schools, 16
bands and 42 glee clubs.
Ira George, superintendent of
O’Neill public school, is in charge
of arrangements. F. N. Cronin
and James W. Rooney are gener
al chairmen of local arrange
ments; Mrs. J. J. Berigan and
Mrs. D. C. Schaffer are chairmen
or the door committee; Dr. and
Mrs. L. A. Burgess will be in
charge of entertaining the judg
es; Rev. V. R. Bell, D. H. Clausen
and J. E. Davis comprise the
goodwill committee; and Ted Mc
Elhaney, Mrs. Ira H. Moss and
Mrs. P. B. Harty will be charge
of stenographic details.
HOSPITAL NOTES
SACRED HEART HOSPITAL
(Lynch)
Mrs. Leonard Havranek, of
Lynch, medical case, “doing
well”; Mrs. Harold Swanson, of
Bristow, major surgery, “good”;
Mrs. Charlotte Engelhaupt, of
Spencer, medical case, "much im
proved”; Mrs. Clay Mashino, of
Bristow, major surgery, “doing
well”; Bill Mulhair, of Lynch,
medical, “doing well”; Mrs. Nora
Daily, of Bristow, medical case,
"satisfactory”; T. B. Olson, of
Fairfax, S. D., medical case, “sa
tisfactory”; Mrs. Wilmer Land
holm, of Bristow, major surg
ery, “doing well”; Lois Adams,
of Fairfax, S. D., major surgery, 1
"doing well"; John Hull, of Red
bird, medical case, condition
"poor”; Gene Elmer Sterns, of !
O’Neill, appendectomy, “doing '
well”; Baby Kerry Jay Havran
ek, medical case, ‘doing well”;
John Bainbridge, medical, “un- ’
changed"; Carl Asimus, of O’
Neill, medical case, “doing well”;
Mrs. Bob Bruner, of Spencer, ;
medical case, “doing well.”
Dismissals: Mrs. Frank Cerny,
of Verdigre, medical case; Doro- 1
thy Helen Soukup, of Spencer,
medical case; Mrs. Guy Cham
bers, of Lynch, medical case; •
Mrs. Walt Sonderoth, and baby '
son; Mrs. Eldon Sedivy, of Red
bird and son; Mary Dophelde, of 1
Butte, medical case; Fred Hos- 1
■heit, of Bonesteel, S. D., medi- 1
cal; Kenneth Leroy Faatz, of •
Butte, medical; Mrs. Chester Sal
men, of Fairfax, S. D., and baby 1
ion; Mrs. Harold Schultz, of Na- '
per and baiby girl; Mrs. Otto
juthmiller, of Anoka, medical;
Mrs. Marvin Havranek, of Spen
der and baby son; Mrs. Delwin
luda, of Bristow, surgery.
O'NEILL HOSPITAL
Admissions: March 28— Ray 1
Fernholz, of O’Neill, accident, 1
.ondition “improved”; Mrs. John
Jarroll, of Lincoln. 29-—Mrs. John 1
Mullen, of O’Neill; Mrs. Harold ’
Jolfack, of O’Neill; Bemita Zach, 1
af O’Neill, medical, condition
.good.” 31—Mrs. Raymond Stev- 1
ins, of Orchard, tonsils and ade- 1
wids, condition “good.” April 1— 1
Mrs. Don Loy, of 0"Neill. 2—
Mrs. Delbert Hoxie, of Chambers; *
Beverly Steskal, of O’Neill, tonsils ‘
and adenoids, condition “good”; <
Sylvia Loseke, of Chambers, med- J
ical, condition “good”. 3—Bill
Mohr, of O’Neill, medical, condi- *
tion “improved”; Glen Gilloghly, '
of Inman, accident, condition 1
’good”; Mrs. Edwin Wink, of ’
Chambers, medical, condition, 1
“fairly good.” ]
Dismissals: March 29: — Mrs. ]
Ed Tharnish and son, of O’Neill;
Baby Nancy Jean Benze, of O’
Neill. 30—Mrs. Vernon Meyer,
of O'Neill. 31—Ray Fernholz, of i
O’Neill; Mrs. Wayne Philbrick i
and daughter, of 0”Neill; Rer- i
mta Zach, of ONeill; Mrs. Leon
ard Shoemaker and son, of O’- !
Neill. April 1—Mrs. Ray Stev- :
ens, of Orchard. 2—Mrs. Harold 1
Colfack and daughter, of O’Neill
Beverly Steskal, of O’Nelil; Mrs. 1
John Mullen-and daughter, of O’- '
Neill; Walter Lefler, of Gordon. I
3—Mrs. John Carroll, of Lincoln. J
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 1
(Stuart)
In hospital: Mrs. Lola Humer
ick, of Stuart, condition “improv
ing”; Mike. Curran, of Amelia, !
condition “good”; Miss Nora O’
Connell, of Atkinson, condition 1
"good.” * ;<
Admissions: March 27—Master |1
Larry Lane, of Newport; Emil j
Tomsik, of Atkinson.29—Mrs. Ar- I
thur Schroetlin, of Butte. 30 _
Miss Jean Allyn, of Stuart. 31—
James Tracy, of Atkinson.
Dismissals: March 28 —Master
Larry Lane, of Newport. 31—Em
il Tomsik, of Atkinson. April 1_
Mrs. Arthur Schroetlin, of Butte.
Nelsons Move Here—
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nelson
and sons, who have been residing
d ,Vy£ns' have moved onto an
K. H. Parker farm east of O’Neill.
The Nelsons have two sons, Ga
ry Kenneth, who attend O’
Neill public school.
Mrs. George Brainard and chil
dren called Monday at the Char
les Fox home.
SOUTH OF STUART NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wailinger
and children were Sunday sup
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deermer
and family spent Easter Sun
day at Atkinson with her moth
er, Mrs. Anna Ramold.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deermer
spent March 20 in Atkinson
where they attended the bap
tism and were sponsors of baby
Tommy Harold Vrooman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vrooman.
Mrs. Bill Paxton entertained
the TPM bridge club at her home
Tuesday, March 26. Mrs. Joe
Wailinger, Minnie Haskins and
Theresa Levi won prizes. Mrs.
Joe Wailinger was a guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Joy Greenfield
were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Heyne and
children.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaup and
! family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ziska, Mr. and Mrs. Art Ziska
and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ziska were
guests Friday evening of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Ziska at Ewing.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weichman,
jr., and family visited Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Weichman, sr., in At
kinson Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Everingham ,of
Newport, were Sfunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Rhodes.
Vernon Heyne went to O’Neill
Saturday on business.
Mrs. Vernon Heyne, Jerry and
Mary Lynn were Bassett visit
ors Wednesday, March 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tasler
and son, Charles, and Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Addison were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Tasler.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krobot and
Betty spent Sunday afternoon at
the Bill Obermire home.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Kaup were
Thursday, March 27, dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaup.
Kenneth Ziska, of Ewing, stay
ed with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ziska, from Sun
day to Wednesday at which time
he left for the army.
Barbara, Gerald and Bernard
Ziska visited their aunt, Mrs. Art
Givens, Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tunender
and family, of Atkinson, and Mr.
and Mrs. Cyril Peters and fam
ily, of O’Neill, were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Deermer and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larson
and Mr. and Mrs. Appelt and
;on, of Springview, were Sun
lay guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shald and Davy.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boett
cher and boys spent Sunday at
;he Wilbur Moon home.
Bill Paxton and Ralph Cobb
ittended the sale at O’Neill
[’hursday. •
Mrs. Joe Kunz and Max called
it the Stub Kunz home Friday,
darch 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green
ield, Dianne and Danny visited
Sunday with Mrs. Ethel Stracke.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Givens
md children, attended the music
concert at St. Boniface Sunday
evening. Carman, Annette and
3arty participated.
Bill Obermire and children,
risited the Joe Krobot home Fri
lay evening, March 30.
PAGE NEWS
Elmer Reed, of Royal, spent
rhursday and Friday at the
lomes of his sisters, Mrs. Allen
laynes and Mrs. Harry Harper.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dorr and
drs. Herbert Steinberg spent
iYiday at Sioux City.
Miss Edna Nierman and Cath
yn Gross - Rhode, of Osmond,
vere Sunday visitors in the Mel
rin Roach home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riege and
Jonnie spent Sunday at the
lome of Mr. and Mrs. Verne
liege at Orchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith
ind Linda were guests Sunday
it the home of Mr. Smith’s broth
ir, Kenneth Smith, and family
it Inman.
Mr. and (Mrs. Harvey Spangler
ind family and Mrs. Myrtle Coon
lrow to Clearwater Saturday.
Vhile there they visited at the
Varren Smith home. Mr. Smith
las been bedfast for 15 months,
drs. Smith is a sister-in-law of
drs. Coon.
TRAFFIC COURT
Joe Schmidt, of O’Neill, speed
ng, $10 and $4 costs, April 3,
Assistant Police Chief Joe Wert,
omplaining officer.
Cecil J. Thornton, of O’Neill. ;
peeding, $10 and $4 costs, April
>, Assistant Police Chief Joe
Vert, complaining officer.
Ed Evans, Atkinson farm hand,
ntoxicated driving, April 4, $25
4 costs, additional 60 days’ sus
>ension of driver’s license (al
eady under 30-day suspension),
>tate Patrolman Frank Dineen,
omplaining officer.
TRIO TO NAVY
Daniel DeBacker, Eugene
-.each and Richard Minton will
eave Monday morning to join
he navy. They will go first to
Omaha for their physicals and
hen will begin their navy train
ng in San Diego, Calif.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Delbert Melvin Fuhrer, 23, and
Miss Darlene LaVerne Rockford,
17. both of Butte, March 31.
Dewey Lee Belville and Miss
Eileen Mary Ramm, both of Val
entine, April 2.
BUS DAMAGED
The westbound Norfolk-to-O’
tfeill bus was struck from behind
ay an automobile Wednesday af
ternoon. The accident occurred
near Clearwater. No one was
hurt.
Mrs. Alma Eby, of Ainsworth,
was a guest at the Raymond Eby
home from Saturday until Mon
day.
O'NEILL LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Benson and
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O. Benson
went to Sioux City and Norfolk
Monday and Tuesday. The Hugh
Bensons returned and the Blake
Bensons stayed at Norfolk for a
longer visit.
Miss Helen McNichols, of Los
Angeles, Calif., arrived Monday
to visit her sisters, Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace.O’Connell, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Shoemaker, and other
relatives and friends.
Mrs. E. J. Eby was a dinner
guest Saturday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Robert
son.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hynes were
in Ewing Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Watson and
Carolyn, of Inman, and Mrs. Bill
Slusher, of Valentine, visited Dr.
and Mrs. O. W. French Sunday
afternoon.
NOTICE 1
Haary Ziegenbein will be in O’
Neill to tune pianos on April
8. Anyone who wants his pi
ano tuned call me.—Ira George,
phone 63. 48c
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Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. — O’NEILL — April 5-6-7
SEEDLESS STEEN - R.S.P. iSEED POTATOES 11
RAISINS CHERRIES |
24-Oz. Cello 39c 2 No. 2 Cans 49c CobbTriLphst!acs I
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POPCORN, 2-Lb. Bag.29c
SKIPPY
PEANUT BUTTER, Jar. .. 43c
I GOLDEN VALLEY - Sliced. Crushed
2 No. 2 Cans i
PINEAPPLE 47c
MRS. GRASS
SOUP MIX, 2 Pkgs.25c
SUNSHINE HI-HO
CRACKERS, Lb, Box.31c
GLOSSTEX, Qt. Btle.29c
PLEASMOOR 2 10-Oz. Pkgs.
MARSHMALLOWS 1.35c I
LEMON JELLO ^ ' :
PIE FILLING, 2 Pkgs.9c I
DAVID HARUM
50-Lb. Bag | !
FLOUR - S3.49 |
SUNSHINE I
SHRED. WHEAT, Pkg.17c
OTOE 4 No. 2 Cans
BEANS ■ BACON.49c
NUTRENA
DOG FOOD, 5-Lb. Bag.65c
CUDAHY'S WICKLOW - SLICED
BACON Lb 43c
CUDAHY'S 1-LB. ROLL - PORK
SAUSAGE Lb ... 43c
SWIFT'S
MINCED HAM Lb. 45c
BEEP
BRAINS 5-Lb. Pail.. 75c
FRESH FRUITS &
GREEN PASCAL
CELERY lb 10c
PORTO RICAN
YAMS Lb..9c
3NOWHITE
CAULIFLOWER Lb. 17c
GREEN TOP
CARROTS 2 fa 15c
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