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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1952)
KELLER—Mr. and Mrs. John
A. Keller, of New London, Conn.,
a son, John Lund, weighing 7
pounds 11 ounces, born Wednes
day, January 23, at New London.
The mother is the former Darlene
Potts, recently of Emmet. Her
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Darlene
Potts, of Chambers. The father's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Guy
KaHer, of Lynch.
ELSBURY—Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Elsburv. of Atkinson, a daughter,
weighing 8 pounds 2 ounces,
born at 8:15 p.m., Friday, Febru
ary 1, in Atkinson Memorial hos
pital—the first birth in the new
hospital. Mrs. Elsbury is the for
mer Darla Davis, of O’Neill.
HAMMOND — Mr. and Mrs.
George Hammond, of O’Neill, a
daughter. Margaret Anne, weigh
ing 5 pounds 7 ounces, born Fri
day, January 25. in St. Vincent’s
hospital, Sioux City. The Ham
monds have 2 sons, Michael, 5,
and Jeff, 3Vi.
THIELE—Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Thiele, of Deloit, a son, bom
Monday, January 28, in the Til
den hospital. The Thieles have 2 |
other children — a son and a
daughter. This makes 20 grand
children for Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Thiele. , „
LINBAUGH — Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Linbaugh, of O’Neill, a
daughter, weighing 6 pounds 13
ounces, born on Friday. February
1, at the West Point hospital.
FUHRER—Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Fuhrer, of O’Neill, a daughter.
Linda Marie, weighing 7 pounds,
born Friday, February 1, at the
WERT — Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Wert, of O’Neill, a son, David.
Alan, weighing 9 pounds 8 ounces,
born Saturday. February 2, in
the O’Neill hospital.
YOUNGS—Mr. and Mrs. Mar
vin Youngs, of Inman, a daugh
ter. Kathryn Kay, weighing 8
pounds 10 ounces, born Satur
day, February 2, in the O’Neill
RAMM—Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Ramm, of Stuart, a son, weigh
ing 7 pounds 11 ounces, born
Thursday, January 31, in the
Stuart Community hospital.
FOX — Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Fox, of Atkinson, a son, weigh
ing 8 pounds 12 ounces, born Sat
urday, February 2, in the Stuart
Community hospital. Mrs. Fox is
the former Mildred Sobotka.
SCHIESSLER — Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Schiessler, of Stuart, a
daughter, weighing 6 pounds 7
ounces, born Tuesday, February
5, in the Stuart Community hos
SHALD—Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shald. of Stuart, a daughter,
weighing 6 pounds 5 ounces, bom
Tuesday, February 5, in the Stu
art Community hospital.
GAMEL—Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
Gamel, of O’Neill, a son, weigh
ing 7 pounds 12 ounces, born
Sunday, February 3, in a Norfolk
Excello Club Plans
Blood Typing —
Mrs. Harry Mulhair entertained
the Excello project club Monday,
February 4, at Lynch. The club
discussed taking up the project of
blood typing. Mrs. Jack Darnell
and Mrs. Leland Moody are new
Mrs. Earl Rosicky and Mrs.
Don Allen presented the lesson
on “quick breads." Much enthu
siasm was shown in this baking
lesson. Caraway bread, date-nut
bread and several kinds of muf
fins were baked and served with
salad and coffee.
The next lesson will be held at
the Don Allen haime.
SICK & INJURED
O’NEILL— Mrs. John Grutsch
returned to her home Sunday
from Oakland where she had
been recuperating at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Ste
vens. She recently submitted to
major surgery in a Sioux City
hospital. . . Mrs. George Ham
mond and daughter, Margaret
Anne, returned home Tuesday.
Margaret Anne was bom Friday,
January 25, in St. Vincent’s hos
pital, Sioux City. Mr. Hammond
drove to Sioux City for them. . .
Miss Margaret Zakrzewski ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Fox to Winnebago, Minn., Mon
day where she will consult an
eye specialist. . . Mrs. Earl Farr,
who entered Lutheran hospital,
Norfolk, Sunday, January 27. for
surgery, is expected to be releas
ed from the hospital today
(Thursday). . . Maurice Cava
naugh entered the Veterans hos
pital. Lincoln. Tuesday. January
29. . . Miss Laura Wetzler is re
covering from a fractured ankle
suffered in a fall on the ice
Thursday, January 24. She was
absent from her work at Shel
hamer Foods 5 days. . . Mrs. Don
ald McKamy is "good" in Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital, Nor
folk. . . Robert Lucas plans to go
to the Veterans hospital, Grand
Island on Sunday, February 10.
Mrs. Harry Sullivan has been re
leased from St. Catherine’s hos
pital, Omaha, where recently she
submitted to major surgery. She
is at the Edward Sparks home,
[>maha. . . Clarence J, Sauser has
been confined to his home this
week because of a leg ailment.
ATKINSON — Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Marr were in Stuart on
Tuesday, January 29. to call on
Mrs. Marrs’ father. Frank Greger,
sr., who is in the Community
hospital there. Mr. Greger, who is
in his 70s, received a very pain
ful bruise when he fell from an
underslung. Mr. Greger had at
tempted to jump on the rack af
ter the driver had started up
when passing through a gate. He
slipped and the back wheel ran
over his right shoulder. He is
“resting easy’’ at his home. . . .
Cecil Bogue had a small piece of
emery removed from his left eye
this week. The steel particle was
imbedded in the left eyeball and
a doctor was required to remove
it. . . Miss Frances Gottschall,
youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Gottschall. was the
first surgical patient at Atkinson
Memorial hospital. Miss Gott
scha required immediate surgery
for the removal of her appendix.
Dr. F. J. Clark, of Stuart, per
formed the operation Sunday,
February 4. . . Mrs. William
Black is "improved” in Our La
dy of Lourdes hospital, Norfolk.
. . . Leona Kazda will leave Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital Sunday.
DELOIT — Zoe Ann Huffman
was ill with chickenpox recently,
instead of measles as stated ear- '
her. . . The 3 daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Schmiser have
been having measles. . . Shirley
Sehi is ill with measles. . . Shar
on Kallhoff had measles while
visiting her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Bauer. . . Douglas
Wulf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Wulf, has the measles. . . Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Sehi went to Norfolk
last Thursday where Mr. Sehi had
a medical checkup. He recently
submitted to an operation.
CHAMBERS—Mrs. Paul Roth
left Thursday, January 31, for
Denver, Colo., to be with her fa
ther, H. C. Stewart, who is in a
convalescant home there. His
condition is "not improved." . . .
INMAN—Mrs. Leo Mossman
and Paul Bitner went to Lincoln
Saturday to bring Mr. Mossman
home from the Veterans hospital,
where he had been a patient.
Grand champion bull of the Aberdeen
Angus show held here Tuesday was Formero L.
72d (above), consigned by E. J. Revell & Son. Re
—The Frontier Photo & Enjrravini?
serve champion honors went to Harry E. Ressel
with his entry, Eric Bandolier of Holt (below).
Champ sold for $1,850; reserve for $800.
PAGE — Ross Fink drove to
Grand Island Saturday to bring
his father. George Fink. home.
Mr. Fink had spent 2 weeks
there receiving medical care. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heiss and 2
daughters and Raymond Heiss
went to Grand Island Friday
where Donald entered the Vet
erans hospital for medical care.
Mrs. Heiss and 2 daughters are
at Greeley where they will visit
her parents. Rev. and Mrs. Carl
Rayburn. Raymond Heiss return
ed home. . . Mrs. Addie Kelly be
came suddenly ill Friday night.
She was taken to the O’Neill hos
jital early Saturday morning. She
is reported “improving.” . . Ver
non Dorr suffered a sprained an
kle when he slipped on the ice
and fell. He is using crutches to
get around. . . A doctor was
called to the Chris Sorensen home
at 1:30 a.m. Monday. Mr. Soren
sen had suffered a serious heart
attack. His condition was “im
proved” later in the day. . . An
ton Nissen suffered a foot injury
when a block of salt fell on his
foot while working at the Farm
EWING—Mrs. Ralph Hales, a
former resident of Ewing, under
went surgery at the Immanuel
hospital, Omaha, on Wednesday,
February 6. . . Dorla Mlnarik,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
James Mlnarik. was operated on
for appendicitis Sunday at the
i'ilden hospital. . . Mary Maud
Huffman is having a siege with
measles this week. . . Mrs. Perry
Sick, who became ill while at
tending the Pinochle club Thurs
day, is “improved.” . . . Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Billings visited her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Kimes. at Clearwater on Sunday.
Mr. Kimes had the misfortune to
slip on ice and injure a knee. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eacker
took their small daughter, Linda,
to Omaha Friday for a medical
checkup, returning Saturday. . .
Jim Bartak left Our Lady of
Lourdes hospital, Norfolk. . . Au
gust Kohle is “good” in Our La
dy of Lourdes hospital.
LYNCH—Mrs. Lloyd Mills has
been confined to her bed several
days this week with a severe
siege of flu. . . Mrs. Mary Gallop
has been on the sick list for
some time. . . Mrs. Irene Carsten
left for Omaha last Thursday foi
a medical checkup. . . Mr. and
| Mrs. Ernest Darnell spent sev
eral days at Scottsbluff at the
John Duff home to visit with Er
nest's mother, who has been bed
fast for some time. Mrs. Sarah
Darnell is “contented and as
good as could be expected,” rela
i tives say. . . Edmund Rohde is
j convalescing in a Lincoln hospital
! He plans to return home by the
j end of this week. Mrs. Rohde
and daughter, Mrs. Johnny Sva
tos, are in Lincoln to be near Mr.
Rohde. . . Lila Norwood was dis
missed from the Lynch hospital
last Thursday but was forced to
return Monday for further treat
AMELIA—Clyde Widman and
daughter, Marcia, drove to Nor
folk Sunday to bring Mrs. Wid
man home from the hospital. . . .
Charles Sigman is recovering
from a severely bruised knee he
received when kicked by a cow.
He butchered a beef for Ed
Admissions: January 30—Chet
Fees, of Chambers, medical, con
dition improved. 31 — Charles
Jones, of O’Neill, accident, con
dition fair. February 1 — Mrs.
Sam Fuhrer, of O’Neill. 2—Mrs.
Jesse Wert, of O’Neill; Mrs. Ad
die Kelley, of Page, medical, con
dition fair; Mrs. Marvin Youngs,
of Inman. 5—Mrs. Harold Wil
hort, of Inman, medical, condition
good. 6—Mrs. David Johnson, of
Chambers, medical, condition
Still in hospital: Dale Bell, of
Chambers, condition same; S. E.
Howard, of O’Neill, medical, con
Dismissals: January 30 —Mrs.
Ted Jareske, of O’Neill. February
1—Chet Fees, of Chambers; Char
les Jones of O’Neill, transferred
to Omaha hospital. 2—Mary Hor
iskey. of O’Neill; Mrs. Sam Fuh
rer. of O’Neill. 6—Mrs. Jesse Wert
and son. of O’Neill.
Admissions: Mrs. Hazel Lock
mon, of Stuart, February 4. con
dition good; John MacLachlan,
of Atkinson. January 30, fairly
good; Mrs. Erma Carr, of Atkin
son. February 1, medical, good:
Mrs. Robert Ramm, of Stuart.
January 31; Mrs. Ted Schiessler,
of Stuart, February 5; Mrs. Rich
ard Fox, of Atkinson, February 2;
Mrs. Louis Shald. of Stuart. Feb
Still in hospital: Mrs. Bertha
Dobias, condition good; Mrs.
Theresa Simons, of Stuart, condi
tion good, surgical patient.
Dismissals: Mrs. George Whit
tier and son. of Atkinson, Febru
ary 3; Mrs. Frank Wewel. of Stu
art, February 2; Mrs. Mary Shald
and baby daughter, of Stuart.
Admissions: Mrs. Ray Elsbury,
of Atkinson; Frances Gotschall,
of Atkinson, emergency appen
dectomy, February 3: Philip
Keating, medical; James Coday,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE: 200-acre former Gan
non farm, located 4 miles no*h
of Inman. Possession March 1.
If interested phone or write:
Fred H. Reinking. Schleswig,
la., phone 185. 40-41-65
FOR SALE: All modem home,
nice location. Inquire at Parks
cafe at Page or write box 25,
Page, Nebr. 40c
FOR SALE: 1 stack of second
cutting alfalfa, also 1 brooder
house, 8x12, 2 miles east on
paving.—William Kipple. 40p35
Memorable for Her!
Gilligan Rexall Drug
Phone 87 — O'tfeill
DEALER FRANCHISES AVAILABLE
IN O’NEILL TERRITORY
for Nationally advertised
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Business can be conducted from your home.
Write Frontier Box M for further infromation.
FEB. 7-8-9 O’NEILL PHONE 56
(FOUR GROCERY j
9:30 and 10:30 AJd. — 2:30 and 4:30 P.M.
PORK & BEANS, 4 No. 2 Cans __ 69^
GOLDEN VALLEY— A ^ r
R.S.P. CHERRIES, 2 No. 2 Can* 4/C
TOMATO JUICE, 2 - 46-Oz. Cans 59c
FLOUR 50-Lb.Bag $3.29
BACON SQUARES, Per Lb.19c
CUDAHY PURITAN— M ^
PORK ROAST, Per Lb.49c
DRESSED & DRAWN—
ROASTING CHICKENS, Lb.49c
I ICE CREAM
I ft. Pkg-25c y2 Gal.
| Qt. Pkg. ... 50c Vanilla __ J
PURPLE PLUMS, No. 10 Can57c
DUNCAN HINES— mm m
CAKE MIX, 2 Pkgs. / 1C
ROASTED PEANUTS, Lb.29c
YELLOW— A _
CORNMEAL, 5-Lb. Bag_33»C
DEL MONTE NILE
2 Bottles . 39c 2 Tall Cos. 83c
PASCAL CELERY, Lb.10c
CRISP— — ^
HEAD LETTUCE, Lb. 12C
NAVE ORANGES, 2 Lbs.23c
PINK OR WHITE
GRAPEFRUIT, 10 for.49c
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