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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1952)
Rev. Caldwell, 67,
Former Pastor, Dies
STUART—Rev. John Caldwell,
67, a former pastor * the Stuart
Presbyterian church, died Mon
day. January 28. in Sioux City.
The cause of his death was cere
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, January 30. at First
Presbyterian church, Sioux City,
Rev. W. R. Moore officiating.
Reverend Caldwell had served
the Westlawn Presbyterian
church at Smux City from 1944
to 1951 and frr the past year was
counselor of the men’s social ser
vice of the Salvation Army at
1507 4th street, Sioux City.
Reverend Caldwell served the
Stuart pastorate several years
prior to 1933 and also served the
Cleveland Presbyterian church
north of Stuart while here. He is
also a former pastor of the Laur
el Presbyterian church.
He was born December 8, 1884,
in County Antrim, Ireland.
Survivors include: Widow —
Annabell; daughter—Mrs. Peggie
McLean, both of Montreal, Can
ada; son,—Jack, of Burbank, Cal
if.; brother—Rev. William Cald
well. of Chicago, 111.
Record to X1-3 j
The St. Mary’s academy Car
dinals aded a pair of wins to their
string of 1951-’S2 cage victories.
Their record now reads: Eleven
wins, 3 losses.
On Friday night at O’Neill they
Whipped the Spencer Pirates, 40
iZ, after the visitors had thrown
a scare. Score at halftime was
Big Bernie Mohr had 14 points
lor the winners and Long Don
Becker collected 10. For Spencer
it was Sharp with 14 points and
Johnson with 10.
The Spencer reserves buried
the Card underlings, 39-19.
On Tuesday evening the Cards
were hosts to St Patrick's’ of Fre
mont, and won 39-29.
Miss Patty Clinkenbeard, of
O’Neill, was a Sunday overnight
guest of Miss Norma Lou Fore
Mr and Mrs. Bud Cole and
sons, David and Kent, left early
Saturday morning for Burlington
La^ where Mrs. Cole and sons will
spend some time visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bock.
Miss Mary belle O’Connor, stu
dent nurse at St. Catherine’s hos
pital, Omaha, spent Thursday
and Friday visiting her parents.
Mr. and Mi*. James O’Connor,
and uncle, Tom Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foreman
and sons. Byron and Craig, of
Battle Creek, were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Foreman, Norma Lou and Jean.
The occasion was James Fore
man’s birthday anniversary.
Mrs. Geary Enbody was a Mon
day afternoon visitor of Mrs.
Mis Maureen Murphy was a
Saturday overnight guest of Miss
Lou Moss at O’Neill.
Pfc. Roland Wills, who has
been stationed with the air force
at Parna, Tex., has been trans
ferred to Amarillo, Tex., where
he will attend school.
Richard Hansen, arrested for
driving while intoxicated, plead
ed guilty, fined $50 and costs;
driver’s license suspended for 15
days, sentenced to 10 days in
jail, February 2; jail sentence to
start April 1. Arresting officer:
W. D. Kubena, of Butte, ar
rested for speeding, by Patrol
man F. M. Dineen, pleaded guil
ty, fined $10 and costs, February
James Havranek, of Spencer,
arrested for speeding, by Patrol
man F. M. Dineen, fined $10 and
costs, February 2.
Dan Cox. of Ainsworth, ar
rested by City Marshal Joe Wert
for being in an unlawful state of
Family Party at
Chambers Next Thursday —
CHAMBERS—The Harley hard
ware and implement firm will be
host to a family party, sponsored
by International Harvester, at 8
pm»., next Thursday, February 14.
The combination stage and screen
show will be given at the school
State artists will include a ven
triloquist, a juggler, acrobatic
canines and an accordionist.
—The Frontier Photo & Ensrravlruc
Championship bull class in Saturday's Hereford show includ
ed these breeders and their entries (reading from foreground to
rear): George Rowse, of Chambers; Clair McVay, of O'Neill (show
ing a Whitaker & Whitaker bull); Zane Rowse, of Chambers; C.
V. Robertson, of Chambers; Elwyn Robertson, of Chambers (only
hat shows); W. J. Meusch, of Riverview Hereford Ranch. Butte,
and Lawrence Lechtenberg, of Butte (showing a Riverview ranch
DIES AT MILFORD
Chris U. Yantzie, 85. a home
steader in Holt county during the
late 1880’s, died Tuesday. Janu
ary 29. at his home in Milford.
He had suffered a lingering ill
Funeral services were held
Thursday afternoon, January 31,
at the Evangelical United Breth
ren church in Milford. Rev. W. C.
Iliff. pastor, officiated and he was
assisted by Rev. Darrel Ensz,
pastor of Missionary church, and
Rev. George Acree, pastor of the
Assembly of God church. Burial
was in the Mennonite cemetery.
The late Mr. Yantzie was born
January 5, 1867, at Milverton,
Ont., Can. In 1878 he left his
Canadian home and travelled to
On March 6, 1888, he was
united in marriage to Elizabeth
Erb, of Holt county. They set
tled on a homestead near O'
Neill where they continued to
reside until moving to Milford.
The Yantzies became the par
ents of 8 children. One son died
Mr. Yantzie was a member of
the Mennonite church for a num
1952, he and Mrs. Yantzie trans
9132, he and Mrs. Yantzie trans
ferred their membership to the
Evangelical United Brethren
During his long illness he was
cared for by his wife'and daugh
Survivors include: Widow:
daughters—Mrs. Anna Perrin, of
Oregon; Mrs. Ida Albrecht. Mrs.
Kathryn Mauel and Mrs. Eliza
beth Scott, all of Lincoln; sons—
Levi, of O’Neill; Mennn, of Bro
ken Bow; and Alvin, of Richland,
Calif.; brothers—Dave, of Stay
ton, Minn.; Dan of Kansas City,
Kans.; Mose, of Bethel, Kans.;
sisters—Mrs. Anna Huff, of Mar
tin City, Mo.; Mattie Edney. of
Oklahoma City. Okla.: and Mrs.
Mary Tavlor, of Thayer. Mo.; 18
grandchildren, 28 great - grand
children, and 2 great-great-grand
Pallbearers were grandsons:
Robert, Francis, Homer, Earl
and Richard Yantzie and Keith
Among those attending the fu
neral were: Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Yantzi, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Yantzie, Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Yantzie. Mr. and Mrs. Sammie
Derickson nad Mr. and Mrs. Aar
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Quinn were
Sunday guests at the home of
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Verzal.
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O’Neill Polio Fund
Hits $1,715 Mark
The 1952 drive for funds in be
half of the Holt county chapter,
National Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis, this week rounded the
A home-talent show is taking
shape for presentation Friday
night at the Legion auditorium.
A spokesman this week said it’s
still not too late to take part—
if you have a bit of talent! D.
H. Claussen and Mrs. Gene San
ders are in charge.
Talent already signed includes:
Nyla Jaszkowiak, Jane Peter
sen, Mardel Johnson and Sylvia
Harden, tap dancers; Charles
Yarnell, vocal solo; Bob Sanders,
accordion solo; Mrs. Earl W. Ral
y a, Mrs. Joseph George, Mr.
George, vocal solos.
James Bastian, piano solo;
Clifford Sobotka, Twila Sobotka,
John Etherton, Alice Whaley, Mr.
and Mrs. Grant Peacock, Frank
Peter, Elsie Peter, square dancers;
George Peter, caller; Matthew
Reha, master of ceremonies. Vera
Ernst and Bonita Muff, accor
dion duet; Mrs. J. G. Brewster,
of Stuart, director of dancers;
Barbara Flanniganj Henrietta
Carolyn Cobb, all of Stuart,
buck dance; Sally Jo Brewster,
Diane Shattuck, Jeanette Jardee
and Joyce Scholtz, all of Stuart,
street dancing; Doreen Shattuck,
Marelyn Irish and Korann Van
Cleave, kick dancer; Mrs. Kath
leen Flood Hansen. Mrs. Carl Asi
mus and Rahe Johnson, vocal
solos: Joanne Lansworth, LaDon
na McNulty and Larene Schmitz,
A card party sponsored by ex
tension clubs, held Sunday eve
ning at the Legion auditorium,
nueted $57.10. Prizes that were
donated were auctioned by Axel
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clark and S/
Sgt. and Mrs. Howard Clark spent
Wednesday, January 30, in Bur
well visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Merlin Luben, of Leigh, spent
w|* January 29, weekend here
Mr. and Mrs. James McMahan
spent Tuesday afternoon, January
29. in Ainsworth visiting Mr. Mc
Mahan’s uncle and aunt, Dr. and
Mrs. J. M. Jessen.
Mrs. Dean Hopkins and sons
left Sunday for their home in
Buhl, Ida., after spending several
weeks visiting her mother, Mrs.
Helen Sholes and boys.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wolfe
and family, of Atkinson, spent the
weekend visiting Mrs. Wolfe’s
mother, Mrs. Walter Jacox. and
their son, Ronnie, who attends
high school here.
Sgt. Darrell Jacox came Mon
day evening, January 28. to
snend a furlough with his mother,
Mrs. Walter Jacox. Sargent Ja
cox was being transferred from
Ft Ord. Calif., to Ft. Riley. Fans.
Mr. and Mrs. James McMahan
and Mr. and Mrs. John Mattson
spent Sunday in Ainsworth visit
ing Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jessen.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Retke re
turned Friday from El Monte,
Calif., where thev had spent sev
eral weeks visiting relatives and
Miss T .ois Morshach spent the
weekend in Neli«*h visitinv her
unaln and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. M
M Ornscoi* and son. Jerrv.
Wrc Walter Jacox an'1 son.
0 T^o—*>U .Tai’oy $nant Wednes
day. January 30, in Bassett visit
'f-c James Coventry was hast
es Tnecdns January 29 to tVie
VH eluV, rrV)p trustees served din
ner at rirw-m Mrs. Howard Clark
was a vuest
nr»d lVTrs James A^e^faVtari
,,»ao4 to T vans TtJPsdlV Jarvenv
SO V*al**rr ea1]ed Vw 4V»o nt
llfr XfaVvm’s unde. Farl Brown
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cu,isio,f Willson at O’Neill.
Mrs. Elsie Cork left Monday
by bus for Iowa where she will
spend several days with relatives
at Castana and Turin.
Mrs. Kate Be aim, of Riverton,
la., arrived here Saturday for an
extended visit with her sister,
Mrs. Hester Edmisten.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Connrey,
who had visited several days here
with Mrs. Connrey’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Soren Sorensen, -re
turned to their home at Cody,
Thursday. Mr. Connrey is a
brakeman on a railroad and will
be stationed at Belle Fourche,
S.D., where they wil make their
home in the near future.
The Improvement club met with
Mrs. Otto Matschullat Monday
evening. Fifteen members an
swered roll call. Invited guests
included Mrs. Charles Cronk, Mrs.
George Clasey and Mrs. Neil Ash
er. Discussions for the evening
were theater, telephone and pan
cake supper—the latter to be held
in the Held cafe building Wed
nesday evening, Februray 20. Mrs.
Matschullat served luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Spann, of
Atkinson, entertained at dinner
Sunday in honor of the birthday
anniversary of Mr. Spann and Mr.
J. R. Russell, of Page. Guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Russell, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Spann, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Spann and daughter,
Mrs. George Rost spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Copes.
Jimmie Ballantyne came from
Milford Friday evening and spent
the weekend with Mrs. J. O. Ball
antyne and Fay Irene.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmidt
and Tommy Bruce, of Bonesteel,
S.D., spent Sunday at the Melvin
Roach home in Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wegman
and Miss Helen were supper
guests Saturday evening in the
Mrs. J. O. Ballantyne home.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heese
drove to Coleridge Sunday to vis
it in the home of Mrs. Heese’s sis
ter, Mrs. August Hansen and fam
ily. Mr. Hansen suffered a stroke
Tuesday morning the ground
was once again covered with a
white blanket of snow.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Asher,
Freddie and Pamela were Sunday
evening dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Hartigan.
Mr. pnd Mrs. Andrew Wettlau
fer and Grandma Bowden, of O’
Neill. and Mr. and Mrs. George
Wettlaufer and daughter were
guests in the Kenneth Wettlaufer
Mrs. Hester Edminsten had for
her dinner guests Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Harvey and sons,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wood and
Noel and Mrs. Kate Beam.
Mothers and pupils of district
55 surprised their teacher, Mrs.
Owen Parks, with a party in ob
servance of her birthday anniver
sary Friday afternoon.
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1C D. Harmon Farm & Personal Property I
HAVING DECIDED to quit farming and move from this locality, I will offer at public auction my 158-acre farm, adjoining
O’Neill, Nebr., city limits on the northeast corner, located one-half mile east and one-half mile north of the O’Neill I
traffic signal OR one-half mile north of the Bazelman Service, and the following described personal property, on —
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1952
SALE STARTING AT 1 O’CLOCK _ I
158 - ACRE FARM OUTSIDE O’NEILL, NEBR., GUY LIMITS I
; ALL IMPROVEMENTS have been built
within the past 4 yean. The 5
room dwelling is modem, 26x38, with
glass enclosed south porch. It has REA.
‘ automatic oil furnace, individual water
system, complete sets storm windows and
screens. Residence yard is nicely fenced
§ and landscaped with young trees. Gar
I den in yard and another garden near
windmill and lends itself to good irriga
Description of Real Estate
THE LAND lays level immediately outside the O’Neill
city limits. It is well-located within short distance
of two fine 1 3-grade city schools — O’Neill public and
St. Mary s Academy. It is a small farm but has many
features that must be seen to be appreciated. The land
includes 80 acres of pasture, 1 0 acres of alfalfa, 2 acres
for small hog pasture, 60 acres of cropland. Balance in
cludes 2 acres leased to PMA for grain storage (annual
contract storage rental $70.)
I Miscellaneous Information
I Barn, 34x36, with stanchions, grain
bins, hayloft, utility room.
Granary, 14x24, with 10-ft. sides, will
hold 1,800 bushels grain, has 6-ft. alley
way. Poultry house, 20x20, with wood
en floor. Brooder house, 12x14. Hog
house has floor and concrete block
OTHER FEATURES: New fences for
corrals and hog yards. New feed
rack by ihe barn.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION of real estate:
SWVi of Section 20, Township
29, Range 11, Holt County, Nebr., con
sisting of 158 acres, to be sold as such.
Terms on Real Estate
LONG TERM (33-year) 4% loan can be
assumed by a responsible party; I
1950 taxes $81.00. Good and merchant- K
able title will be furnished purchaser.
Twenty percent of purchase price to be I
paid on day of sale, balance due when I
abstract and merchantable title are de
livered. Possession may be had March I
10, 1952, or on date agreed upon.
I PERSONAL PROPERTY I
115 - Head of Choice DAIRY CATTLE -15
8—HOLSTEINS, coming with first and
2—JERSEY COWS, very good producers,
will be recommended with details at
THESE MAY BE inspected at any time. Some are fresh and
others are close.
20 - Head of HAMPSHIRE SHOATS - 20
Weighing about 150 pounds
1—Brood Sow to farrow.
1—Hampshire Male Hog.
Farm Machinery, Etc.
1 D-2 Caterpillar Tractor, 1948 model,
very good, operates like new.
1 5-Bottom Tractor Plow. J. I. Case, like new. 1—J. I. Case
4-Section Harrow, new last year. 1—J. I. Case Auto Trailer.
1—DeLaval Cream Separator with electrical attachments. 1—
Cement Mixer with Motor. Feed Bunks. 3—Rolls of Barbed
Wire. Some Posts. Some Woven Wire. 1—10-ft. Disc. 1_
1-Row Lister. Some Lumber. Cement Blocks. 1—Brooder
Stove Several Chicken Feeders. 1—Steel Tank. Some White
Paint. 1—Roll of Smooth Wire.
MANY OTHER ITEMS
TERMS on Personal Property: Cash.
FOR PERSONAL INSPECTION OR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT:
IC D. Harmon, Owner-Thorin-Reynofdson I
I O’NEILL, NEBR. AUCTION SERVICE I
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