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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1951)
BJORNSEN — Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Bjomsen, of Sioux City, a
son, bom Wednesday, March 28.
Mrs. Bjomsen is the former Max
ine Braithwaite. Mrs. Nata Bjorn
sen, of Lynch, is the parental
STANTON—Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Stanton, jr., of Springfield,
S. D., a son weighing 7 pounds,
bom Wednesday, March 28, in a
Springfield hospital. Mrs. Stan
ton is the former Enid Chore, of
Bristow. This is their second
GRAY—Mr. and Mrs. Duane
Gray, of Valentine, a daughter,
born recently. Mrs, Gray was
formerly Dorothy Liewer and she
taught in the Inman school a few
years ago. The Grays have two
other children, both girls.
CUTLER—Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Cutler, of Poughkeepsie, N.
Y., a son, Robert Frank. ^ norn
Thursday, March 8. Mrs. Culler
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Vandersnick, of Ewing.
MITCHELL—Mr. and Mrs. Wal
lace Mitchell, of Wichita, Kans., ;
a son, Leonard Ray, weighing 7
pounds 4 ounces, born Wednes
day, March 21. Mr. Mitchell is a
son of Carl Mitchell, of Cham
bers and formerly resided there.
This is their second child. The
other child is a daughter.
HANSEN—Mr. and Mrs. Merle
IHansen, of Boise, Ida., a daugh
ter, Connie Sue, born Tuesday,
April 3. Mrs. Hansen is the eld
est daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Claren<Je Young, of Chambers.
Clarence Young, of Chambers.
CURRAN—-Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Curran, of O’Neill, a son, Randy
Joe, weighing 8 pounds, 8 ounces,
born Thursday, April 5, at the
ANDERSON—Mr. and Mrs.
OV>m Anderson, of O’Neill, a son,
Thomas Dean, weighing 8 pounds,
2 ounces, born Sunday, April 8,
at the O’Neill hospital.
JOHNSON — Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Johnson, of O’Neill, a son,
weighing 10 pounds, born Wed
nesday, April 11, at the O Neill
VAN EVERY—Mr. and Mrs.
James Van Every, of O Neill, a
son, weighing 7 pounds, 8 ounces,
born Wednesday, April 11, at the
SEGER—Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
Seger, of O’Neill, a daughter,
weighing 8 pounds, 12 ounces,
born Wednesday, April 11, at the
STRAUBE—Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Straube, of Broken Bow, a
daughter, Carol Louise, born
Sunday, April 8. Mrs. Straube
is the former Ruth Lawrence, of
O’Neill. .. . ..
KISSENGER—Mr. and Mrs.
Owen Kissenger, of Canoga,
Calif., a daughter, born Tuesday,
March 27. Mrs. Kissenger is the
former Ellen Bazelman and Mr.
Kissenger is the son of Ralph
Kissenger, of Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Wrede and
son. of O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cronk and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Keith Kennedy were
guests Sunday at the H. G. Ken
Too Late to Clasaity
SEE US when In need ot fertiliz
er. We will have a carload of
10-20-0 this coming week.—J.
F. Brady Co., Atkinson. 49c
GARAGE FOR SALE: In good
condition, can be moved or dis
mantled, much good lumber in
it.—J. J. Harrington, O’Neill.
HELP WANTED: A girl for cafe
and tavern work. — Sandwich
Shop, O'Neill. 49c
WANTED: About 20 or 25 head
of cattle to pasture, running
water.—Ivan Cone, O’Neill.
FOR SALE: House, 14x26 ft. to
be moved.—E. W. Reed, Spen
cer, 22 miles north and 4 west
of O’Neill. 49-50p6S
alCK & INJURED
O’NEILL—Jimmie and Johnnie
Richter, sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Richter, jr., were sick
last week with a virus infection
but are reported to be “just fine’’
now . . . Mrs. H. W. Tomlinson
came home Monday from Lynch
where she had been in the hos
pital. She had also spent sever
al days in Lynch at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Tomlinson
. . . Billy Fricke was up on his
crutches Sunday for the first
time . . . M. J. Wallace suffered
an attack early Monday morn
ing . . . Mrs. Harold Calkins and
son returned Sunday from Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital in Nor
folk . . . Mrs. James Kelly re
turned last Thursday from Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital in Nor
folk where she had submitted to
surgery. . . Mrs. Pat Hynes left
Tuesday for medical attention in
Omaha . . . Little Trudy Schultz,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Schultz, who was operated on
Tuesday, April 10, at the Metho
dist hospital in Sioux City, re
turned home with her parents
Monday . . . Very Rev. Timothy
O’Sullivan is recuperating from
a case of the flu . . . George Gar
hart returned on Monday from
the Methodist hospital in Sioux
City where he had gone for a
checkup . . . 'Mrs. uaipn l.. nau
man was operated on Tuesday
at a hospital in Omaha . . . Mrs.
L. D. Putnam returned Tuesday
after spending several days in
Spencer with her sister, Miss
Audrey Nelson, who has been ill
. . . Richard Perry went to Grand
Island Tuesday for a checkup at
the Veterans hospital there. . .
Mrs. Mac McGlassen, who re
turned after spending three
weeks at the Mayo brothers’
clinic, Rochester, Minn., is re
ported to be "getting along fine”.
PAGE—Mr. and Mrs. L. Lam
ason have both been ill and un
der the doctor’s care . . . The ba
by daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Hallman underwent an
operation at the Methodist hos
pital in Sioux City Friday. Mrs.
Hallman returned to her home
at Page Sunday . . . Clarence
Stewart submitted to a major
operation at Our Lady of Lourdes
hospital at Norfolk Wednesday
morning, April 4. He had been
a patient there since April 1.
His condition is “improved” . . .
Alvin Hesse, a patient in a Sioux
City hospital, underwent two
operations last week. . . .
Oliver Sazama has been a pa
tient in the veterans hospital at
Lincoln following a major opera
tion. The Suzamas are former
residents of Page . . . Mrs. Gus
Robinson’s condition is “good” at
Our Lady of Lourdes hospital in
EWING—Mrs. A. E. Sanders
is making “satisfactory” improve
ment after accidently receiving
severe burns on her feet from
scalding water while doing the
family washing last week . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noffke re
turned home Wednesday after
noon, April 4. Mr. Noffke had
been a surgical patient at Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital. While
medical care was needed by Mr.
Noffke after being released from
the hospital, they were guests
at the home of their daughter
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Owen, at Norfolk. They were
gone seven weeks from their
home in Ewing . . . James Boies
is a patient at the Veterans hos
pital at Grand Island. He is suf
j fering from ulcers of the stomach.
Jack Pruden took him to Grand
Island by airplane.
AMELIA—Mike Curran is still
a patient in the Stuart Commun
ity hospital. The latest report
states that he has contracted "a
severe cold" . . . Mr. and Mrs. Art
Kaiser and son, Tommie, are in
Rochester, Minn., where Mrs.
Kaiser and Tommie are receiv
ing medical attention at Mayo’s.
CHAMBERS—C. E. Tibbets be
came ill Saturday night and was
taken to the O’Neill hospital for
medical care. He returned Sun
STUART—Allen Barnes enter
ed the Methodist hospital in Om
aha on Friday, April 6, for medi
cal treatment over the weekend
ATKINSON—Mrs. Merle Bak
er is “improved” in Our Lady of
Lourdes hospital in Norfolk . . • '
Mrs. R- E. Tundender’s condition (
in Our Lady of Lourdes hospital
in Norfolk is “good” . . . Rev. and
Mrs. Asa Wood left Monday for
Denver, Colo., where Mrs. Wood
will receive medical treatment |
. , . Mrs. Joe Mlinar, jr., is m
a Sioux City hospital recovering ;
from an operation . , . Milford
Roberts, father of Fred Roberts, ;
was taken to the Stuart Com- '
munity hospital on Saturday • • • '
Mrs. Don Mills returned Friday *
from Omaha where she was stay- f
ing with her 20-month-old daugh- <
ter, who has been ill all winter •
and under the doctor’s care re- •
LYNCH—Mrs. Ray Alford re- i
turned home from Omaha where
she had been hospitalized for
several weeks. She plans to re
turn to the hospital soon . . . Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Stanek return
ed home from Omaha Thursday,
April 5, where Mr. Stanek con
suited eye specialists. Mr. Stan
ek underwent an eye operation
in Omaha several weeks ago ■ • •
Urelle Norwood has been absent 1
from his school work on account i
of the mumps . . . Mrs. Fred
Wurtz has been on the sick list
the past week but is “much im- ]
proved” at present . . . Vicky •
Boucher, of Naper, consulted '
Lynch doctors recently for a 1
bad ear infection. ,
REDBIRD — Chancie Hull
burned his hand quite badly last |
week while starting a fire in a <
stove . . . Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Ross drove to Omaha Sunday,
April 1, where Charley received
medical treatment . . . Junior
Wilson consulted Norfolk doc
tors Wednesday, April 4.
EMMET—Mrs. Ray Tunender 1
recently underwent an operation
at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital
at Norfolk . . . Mr. and Mrs. Mar- •
vin Clause and Dean Perry •
drove Bud Newton to Grand
Island Wednesday, April 4, to
the Veterans hospital there.
SACRED HEART HOSPITAL
Admissions: Mrs. Leonard Hav
ranek, of Lynch, medical, "do
ing well;” Mrs. Bob Bruner, of '
Spencer, accident, "doing well;"
Mrs. H. W. Tomlinson, of O’Neill,
medical, "doing well;” Mrs.
Mary Stahlecker, of Naper, medi
cal, “somewhat better;” Lynda
Lu Hynes, of O’Neill, medical,
“doing well;” Mrs. Rudolph
Mohl, of Butte, medical, "doing
well;’’ Gene Elmer Sterns, of O’- '
Neill, appendectomy, “doing
well;” Mrs. Wilmer Landholm,
of Spencer, major surgery, 1
"good;” John Bainbridge, of Bris- •
tow, “unchanged”; Mrs. Reuben (
Avory, of Spencer, medical, "sat
Dismissals: Kerry Jay Havran
ek, of Spencer, medical; Mrs.
John Selle, of Butte, minor sur- 1
gery; Richard Lee Zeisler, of
Butte, medical; Miss Lois Adams,
of Fairfax, S. D., appendectomy;
T. B. Olson, of Fairfax, S. D., 1
medical; Bill Mulhair, of Lynch, ‘
medical; Mrs. Clay (Mashina, of
Bristow, major surgery; Mrs. 1
(Harold Swanson, of Bristow, *
O'NEILL HOSPITAL e
Admissions: April 8—C. E. r
Tibbetts, of Chambers, condition f
"improved.” 9—Mrs. Belle Run- t
yon, of Gregory, S. D., medical, J
condition “good;” Mrs. Edward 1
Belzer, of O’Neill, medical, con- .
dition "good,” Joe Nigocki, of
Atkinson, medical, condition “im
proved.” 11—Mrs. Edwin Wink,
of Chambers, medical, condition £
Dismissals: April 5—Mrs. Del- 1
bert Hoxsie and son, of Cham- «
bers; Mrs. Don Loy and daugh- J
ter, of O’Neill. 7—Robert Gil
loughly, of Inman. 8—C. E. Tib- '
betts, of Chambers. 9—Bill Mohr, (
of O’Neill; Mrs. Dale Curran and
son, of O’Neill.
In hospital: Mrs. Lola Humer
ick, of Stuart, condition “good”;
Mike Curran, of Amelia, condi
Admissions: April 2 — Merle
Armstrong, of Stuart; Mrs. Har
lan Rebel', of Stuart. 3—David
Edward Lee, of Atkinson. 5—
Mrs. Charlotte Keidel, of Stuart.
6—Frank Solfermoser, of Atkin
Dismissals: April 1—Miss Nora
O’Connell, of Atkinson. 3—Merle
Armstrong, of Stuart. 5—David
Edward Lee, of Atkinson. 7—
Mrs. Charlotte Keidel, of Stuart.
Mrs. Anderson Celebrate—
When Mrs. W. M. Anderson, of
Page, celebrated her birthday
anniversary Sunday, she was as
sisted by her five daughters and
Her guests for the day were:
Mr. and Mrs. Orville McKim and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wil
liamson and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Peters, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Timm, and Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper Hitchcock, of Torrington,
Brownie troop II met at the
public school Tuesday afternoon.
After the opening exercises half
of our girls laced wrist purses
and the others braided bracelets
of craft strip.—By Elizabeth Frit
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Other Church Notes on page 9)
CHURCH OF CHRIST (O'Neill)
A. C. Utterback, pastor
Sunday, April 15: A cordial
welcome is extended to visitors
ind members of the Church of
Jhrist (also known as the Christ
an church) to worship with us
n the newly-decorated sanctuary
oca led at the comer of Sixth
ind Grant streets. We meet each
irst day of the week for Bible
tudy at 10 a.m., observance of
he Lord’s Supper at 11 a.m., and
;ospel messages by the minister
it 11.15 a.m., and 8 p.m. Come
ind enjoy good messages from
he Good Book, sing the o 1 d
Songs of the church, worship,
.There will be an important
business meeting Sunday mom
ng immediately after the wor
ship service. All members are
irged to be present.—Mrs. Don
ild Johring, secretary.
rHRIIST LUTHERAN (O'Neill)
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastol
Friday, April 13: Young peo
>le’s skating party, all young
jeople are asked to meet at the
:hurch at 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 14: Ladies Aid
•ummage and home baked pie
ale at Marie’s beauty shop, 9:30
i. m. Confirmation instruction, 2
Sunday, April 15: Divine wor
ship, 9:30 a.m. Sunday - school
0:30 a.m. Meeting of young peo
)le’s banquet committees at the
•hurch, 2:30 p.m.
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Friday, April 13: Young peo
)le’s skating party. All young
Deople are asked to meet at
Christ Lutheran church in O’
NTeill at 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 15: Sunday
ichool, 10 a.m. Divine worship,
Winners at Chez-a-Mari club
neeting Monday were the Mes
iames Noal E. Long, Joseph L.
MicCarville, jr., and Mrs. William
E. Artus. Mrs. Joseph Stutz was
Elmer Henshaw was honored
it a birthday anniversary dinner
Monday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Levi Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and
^ev. and Mrs. Wayne A. Hall
eturned last Thursday from
Jncoln where they attended a
Nebraska district council meet
ng of the Assembly of God
hunches. They were gone four
Erwin Robertson, of Haywood,
Ualif., visited the Neil A. Clarke
tome Wednesday, April 4. He
vas enroute from attending his
vife’s funeral at Rapid City, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Brunck
lorst, Audry and Barbara, Mr.
nd Mrs. George Colman, jr., and
amily and Mr. and Mrs. Max
dossman were Sunday dinner
;uests in the home of Faye and
The Anniversary club surpris
d Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gannon Wed
lesday evening, April 4. Bridge
urnished the entertainment for
he evening, and the self-invited
uests served lunch at a late
our. A gift was presented to
he honored couple.
Mrs. H. O. Stevens returned
fter visiting her son and family,
At. and Mrs. Ivan Stevens and
Cenneth Gene in Omaha. She
tccompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zakrzewski,
)f Omaha, are spending a few
iays with their friends, Mr. and
Vlrs. George Wedige.
Mrs. B. B. Adams returned to
Afkinson Friday after spending
the winter months visiting rela
tives and friends in Washington,
Oklahoma, Norfolk and with her
son in Arizona.
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