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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1951)
8 Visiting Churches
Represented at Page
PAGE—The 4th anniversary of
th Wesleyan Methodist church at
Pafee was observed Saturday,
April 8. This was combined with
the Elkhorn valley prayer con
ference. A very large crowd at
tended There were groups from
Ewing, Neligh, Venus, Lynch,
S*>enc<T, O’Neill, Atkinson and
One of the former pastors. Rev.
R. L. Gowan, field representative
of the Brainard Indian Training
school. Hot Springs, S. D.,
brought the morning message. He
was on his way to the NAE con
vention at Chicago, III., to rep
resent the Indian school.
Rev. F. Hand, of Riverside
Free Methodist church at Ewing,
brought the afternoon message.
A large crowd also attended the
basket dinner at the parsonage
Rev. and Mrs, George Francis
are planning to attend the tem
perance convention at Lincoln
• Other Page News
Initiation was held at the meet
ing of the Royal Neighbors camp
Wednesday evening, April 4, for
Maxine Park, Jane Simmons and
Marlene Kelly. Mrs. L. B. Taylor
and Mrs. F. F. Park served the
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Asher were
dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and
Mrs Kenneth Asher.
Mrs. Jennie French had as her
dihner guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs Rollie Snell.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stauffer, sr.,
who have spent the winter at the
home of their daughter, Mrs.
Clifford French, in Minnesota,
hav returned to Page and are
staying for a few days with an
other daughter, Mrs. Henry Teg
eler. before going to their own
home. Mr. French and Ben
brought them to Page.
Mrs. Henry Fleming and Mrs.
Dora Townsend, of Ewing, were
Page visitors Friday. They called
on Mrs. C. A. Townsend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wegman
eijjoyed having their three
daughters at their home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fisher and
sons, of Taylor, came Saturday
afternoon to spend the weekend
with Mrs. Fisher’s parents. Miss
Helen, who teaches in the Tilden
public schools, spent the weekend
at home. Mrs. J. O. Ballantyne
BECOMES WARRANT OFFICER ... Pay Clerk
John Schmidt, USN (center), son of Mrs. John
Schmidt, of O’Neill, is promoted to the commis
sioned ranks as a warrant officer and is sworn
in by Capt. H. F. Gingrich. USN (left), of the
supply department, U.S. naval air station, Jack
sonville, Fla. Warrant Officer Schmidt entered
the navy in 1941 and has been stationed in the
British West Indies, Puerto Rico as well as
stateside. He is a graduate of O’Neill high
school.—Official Navy Photograph.
and Faye Irene were Sunday din
ner and supper guests at the
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mudloff
drove to Norfolk Saturday to see
Mrs. Mudloff’s father, who is a
patient in Our Lady of Lourdes
hospital, and her mother, who is
staying there. Mrs. Mudloff stay
ed Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Stewart and Dick and Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Stewart remained
that night. Mrs. Mudloff returned
to her home here. On Monday
Mrs. Glen Stewrat and Mr. and
Mrs. Munson Stewart motored to
Norfolk and as Mr. Stewart’s
condition was “improved” Glen
returned to Page.
Mrs. Addie Kelly returned to
Page Wednesday, April 4, after
spending 10 days with her sister,
Mrs. John Burtwhistle, at Pilger.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Allen and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lamason
were Friday evening supper
guests of Mrs. Haster Edmisten.
Mrs. Alma Tegeler and Miss
Phyllis Shaul went by bus to
Lincoln Friday afternoon where
they spent the weekend. Mrs.
Tegeler visited at the home of
her son, Norman Tegeler, and
family. Miss Shaul visited with
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nissen
and Kathie and Mr. and Mrs. An
ton Nissen spent Sunday, after
noon at the Ray Eby home at
O’Neill. Sunday evening Mr. and
Mrs. Dale Nissen, of O’Neill, were
supper guests at the Anton Nis
Mrs. Ray Snell, Mrs. Bertha
Reed, Mrs. Anton Nissen and
Mrs. C. A. Townsend attended
the funeral services at Ewing on
Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Le
Miss Jean Farenholz, of Cham
bers, spent the weekend with her
aunt, Mrs. Elmer Edmisten.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Fernau and
I daughter, Doris Kay, of Ains
worth, and Mrs. Mary Henning,
of Atkinson, were Sunday, April
| 1, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Obermire and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nachtman
were called to Texas City, Tex.,
on Tuesday, April 3, by the ser
ious illness of his sister, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'Norton and
daughter, Edith, are staying with
the Nachtman children during
their parents’ absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Moylon Foxs
worthy, of Lusk, Wyo., arrived
Saturday, April 7. They will live
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Rhodes and assist with the
Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt, and
son, of Atkinson, were Sunday
April 8, visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Rex Coffman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Coffman and a student
in the agricultural college at
Lincoln, was recently elected
president of the agmens club, a
student club of the college. Rex
is also prseident of the rodeo
Mr. and Mrs. George Mellor, of
Atkinson, were Saturday evening
guests at the Roy Lanman home.
The Lanmans visited at their
home in Atkinson Sunday.
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PAGE—The Woman’s Society
of Christian Service met in the
Methodist church parlors Thurs
, day afternoon, April 5, with 25
present. Mrs. Harold Heiss led
the devotions and gave the les- !
son. Mrs. John Lamason was
The cookbooks that were or- j
dered several months ago arriv
ed about 10 days ago. They were
delivered to the ones that had
j ordered them and all extra ones i
! have been sold.
The new officers who had pre
1 viously been nominated were e
lected, with the exception of the
president, were as follows:
Mrs. Harry Harper, vice-presi
dent; Mrs. Herbert Steinberg,
treasurer; Mrs. A. L. Dorr, pro
motion secretary; Mrs. Elmer
Trowbridge, recording secretary.
Following are the secretaries of
the different departments: Mrs.
j Merwyn French, missionary edu
cation; Mrs. Melvin Lamason,
social relations; Mrs. Ne v e n
Ickes, student work; Mrs. Harold
Heiss, youth work; Mrs. Alton
Braddock, children’s work; Mrs.
j Edgar Stauffer, spiritual life;
Mrs. Henry Michaelson, litera
ture and publication; Mrs. E. A.
Chichester, supply work; Mrs.
C. E. Wilcox, status of women.
Hostesses at thee meeting were
Mrs. J. H. Russell and (Mrs. E. H.
Mrs. Raymond Heiss is WSCS
Mr. and Mrs. Herman DeGroff
were in Ewing Friday as guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete
DBS. BENNETT &
Phones: 318. 424. 304
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Registered Bulls Top Today’s Offering
• Twenty-five head of registered bulls, which arrived Tuesday,
will highlight our sale today — April 12. These are of very
good quality — 10 black and 15 Herefords — and will be sold in
connection with our regular sale. In addition there are several
consignments of good whiteface calves and there will be the usual
run fo stock cattle.
* T^?n*y haad of bred ewes- scheduled to lamb right away,
will be offered. Hog receipts should equal_or exceed_
last week's run of 650 head.
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