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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1952)
Sgt. Jack Hartman
Back from Korea
PAGE — Mr. and Mrs. A. T.
Crumly drove to O’Neill Tuesday
afternoon. February 5, to meet
Mrs. Crumly’s brother, Sgt. Jack
Hartman, who has returned from
Korea where he had spent a year
He has a 30-day furlough.
Other Page News
Mrs. C. A. Townsend spent sev
eral days last week with her son,
Alva Townsend, and family at
Columbus and her daughter, Mrs.
Frank Chemeler, and family at
Mrs. William Neubauer is en
joying much company as she has
a quilt in the frames and many of
the old quilters drop in to assist.
Mrs. E. H. Farnsworth enter
tained several friends at a social
luncheon at her home Friday af
ternoon. Guests included Mrs.
George Rost, Mrs. J. R. Russell,
Mrs. Neil Asher, Mrs. Emma Dorr
and Mrs. Raymond Heiss.
Mrs. Ray Neisius was hostess to
the HO A club Tuesday afternoon,
February 3. Eleven members an
swered roll call. Each did their
own work. Val'.ntine gifts were
exchanged. Luncheon was served
by the hostess Next meeting will
be with Mrs. Leo Neubauer Feb
Mrs. Frank Snyder helped Mrs.
Nelle McIntosh quilt Friday af
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Haynes
were Monday afternoon and sup
per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
The Woman’s Society of Chris
tian Service met Thursday in the
Methodist church parlors. Mrs.
Ralph Brostrom led the devotions
and Mrs. Melvin gave the lesson,
"Let Courage Rise with Danger."
The business meeting was con
ducted by Mrs. Raymond Heiss.
Most of the time was spent quilt
ing. Hostesses were Mrs. Charles
Cronk and Mrs. R. D. Copes.
Mrs. Kenneth Bradock, Gene
and Audrey, of Omaha, spent the
weekend with relatives in Page.
The Get-Together club met on
Friday afternoon with Mrs. Walt
er Sojka with 11 members pres
ent. Mrs. Pete Sojka was a guest.
The hours were spent visiting and
doing needlework. Luncheon was
served by the hostess.
Mrs. Arnold Stewart has had
charge of the phone office during
the absence of Mrs. Gailord Al
bright, who accompanied her
daughter, Mrs. Clifford Shane, of
Lincoln, to Chicago, 111. Her
daughter, Mrs. Robert Stevens,
took over the work Sunday eve
ning to relieve Mrs. Stewart.
Darrell Heiss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Heiss, went to Lin
coln Friday to visit friends. On
Monday he went to Omaha to
report for duty. Darrell has en
listed in the air force.
Mr. and Mrs. Benard Kornock
have purchased the H. L. Banta
house in Page. Mrs. Kornock’s
father, J. E. Smith, will make his
Bob Nissen did carpenter work
for Allen Haynes Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stauffer
had for their Sunday dinner
guests Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Harper
and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Haynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Canady
and Barbara, of Redwood Falls,
Minn., flew to O’Neill Thursday.
From there they came by auto to
Page to visit Mr. Canady’s moth
er, Mrs. Emma Canady, for the
Pfc. Merwyn French, jr.. has
been transferred from Omaha
where he had spent the winter
working in a South Omaha pack
—The Frontier Photo & EnjfravInR
MRS. SUMMERS NOW 92 . . . Mrs. Belle Summers, one of O’
Neill’s oldest citizens, was surprised Wednesday, February 6, on
her 92d birthday anniversary. Present at a family dinner were 5 of
her 6 sons and their families, including 10 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren. Mrs. Summers received a bouquet of roses, a
corsage of jonquils and gifts. The birthday cake was baked by
Mrs. Fritz Koinzan, a granddaughter.
ing house, to Sioux City where he
will continue to inspect army
meat purchased in a Sioux !
City packing house. Last winter
he was doing army inspection in
the Chicago, 111., packing houses.
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Lamb, of
O’Neill, visited in the Mrs. Celia
Terrill home Sunday. Reverend
Lamb gave the morning sermon
at the Wesleyan Methodist
Mr. and Mrs. William Watter
man entertained their pinochle
party Saturday evening. High
scores went to Mrs. Alfred Con
ner and Leland Finley, and low
to Mrs. Leland Finley and Ed
ward Shaw. Luncheon was serv
ed by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Flovd McIntosh
and sons visited Sunday with
Mrs. Nelle McIntosh and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stewart and
Mrs. Rollie Snell were business
visitors at Neligh and Plainview
New Ranch Home
Scene of Party—
Mrs. Earl Hunt was hostess to
the Newcomers bridge club on
Thursday, February 7, at the
ranch home of Mrs. K. C. Hunt.
Mrs. Marvin Miller won high
score and Mrs. Palmer Skulbor
stad received low.
Friends of St, Mary's will spon
sor a square dance and box social
in St. Mary's gym on Thursday, |
February 14, at 7:30 o'clock.
ROCK FALLS NEWS
Miss Lynda Kynes spent Satur
day night, January 26, with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Calkins. Mr. and Mrs. Don
Hynes were there Sunday, Jan
uary 27, for dinner and brought
her home with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Hynes and
Lynda and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Brown and children were guests
of the Oswald Drueke’s Friday
evening, January 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Claussen
spent Sunday, January 26, with
her niece and family, Mrs. Don
Drickey, of Spencer. Morris
Grutsch went with them.
The Jim McNulty’s and Orville
Miller’s spent Wednesday eve
ning, January 23, at the Francis
Curran home. The children prac
ticed their accordion music and
their parents enjoyed pinochle.
Orville Thorson visited Francis
Curran’s Friday, January 25.
Orville Thorson spent the Jan
uary 26-27 weekend in South Da
kota visiting relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vequist
called on Curran’s Saturday eve
ning, January 26.
Mrs. Albert Sterns entretained
the Pinochle Pirates Friday eve
ning, January 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Margritz
spent Thursday evening, January
24, at James Curran’s.
The Roy Margritz family at
tended a 4-H potluck lunch at
Francis Curran's Sunday noon,
The Francis Curran family and
Arthur O’Neill's spent Sunday
evening, January 2/ at the Hoy
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vequist
spent. c>unuay, January 27, with
their daughter, Mrs. urvilie
Morrow, ana family.
Kay Vequist, an instructor at
the Municipal airport at Omaha,
flew up Sunday, January 27, for
a short visit with his parents, Mr.
ana Mrs. Henry Vequist.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vequist
have word from their son, Donald,
who is in the air force, that he
has been transferred from Low
ry air force base, Denver, Colo.,
to Elmendorf air force base, An
Mrs. John Schultz and Mrs.
Floyd Johnson attended a “glam
our party’’ at Mrs. Jake Braun’s
Friday night, January 25. The
men folk went along but spent
the evening playing cards.
Four families gathered at the
Dan Waegli home Saturday night,
January 26, for an evening of
cards. Those present were Don
and Buena Hynes, Bonnie and
Louis Brown and children, John
and Lorraine Schultz, Floyd and
Clementine Johnson and Linda
Johnson. High scores were won
by Don Hynes and Linda John
son. Beuna Hyneis and Louis
Brown had low. Refreshments of
oyster stew, marshmallow desert
and coffee were served. The next
meeting will be at the Floyd
Johnson home, February 9.
Miss Shirley Schultz, of O’
Neill, spent Friday night, Jan
uary 25, at her brother’s, the
John Schultz family. Shirley is
an 8th grade pupil in O’Neill pub
lic and is “doing very weir in
her piano lessons.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller
spent Sunday January 27, at the
»» Crawford home where they
attended a skating party.
Mr. and Mrs. Sammle Derick
son spent Saturday night and Sun
day, Jan. 26 and 27, at the Levi
Twins Have Parly on
4th Birthday Anniversary—
ATKINSON — Jean and Joan
Jones, twin daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Jones, of Atkinson,
entertained a group of 15 at a
party held Sunday afternon, Feb
ruary 10, at the home of their par
ents. The little girls were 4-years
on Bathroom Fixtures
★ Bathtubs ★ Lavatories ★ Stools
★ Kitchen Sinks ★ Hot Water Heaters
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molded hips ...
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New colors, too, for this fine crease-resistant rayon gabar*
dine ... navy, of course, and exciting new pastels tike
pink, violet, chartreuse. Taken with this becoming new
silhouette with its soft details... it all adds up to a
smarter, more feminine look. Sizes 10-16.
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Fri.-Sat. Feb. 15-16
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SATURDAY, FED. 23
SHOW IN MORNING — SALE AT 1 O'CLOCK
HAROLD HARMS, Valentine — Judge
r“Buy Better Bulls at Bassett”
LIST OF CONSIGNORS AND BLOOD LINES
Floyd Arrowsmith, Bassett—Blocky Mischief
Harry J. Brown, Bassett—Blocky Mischief
B. T. Buell, Rose—Battle Aster
H. L. Buell, Bassett—Battle Aster
D. E. Bowen & Son, Page—Mischief Stanway
C Bar M Hereford Ranch, O’Neill—Blocky Mischief
Eldon Cozad, Wood Lake—Stanway
Joe J. Jelinek & Sons, Walnut—Domino Reo
Chas. J. Johnson, Duff—Battle Aster A
Chas. H. Morton, Duff,—Royal Aster
Jerry L. Morton, Bassett—Battle Chief
Harold Melcher, Page—Silver Domino
C. E. Miller, Bassett—C. Prince Domino
Walter Peters, St. Libory—Royal Aster
Bernard C. Phifer, Bassett—Bright Anxiety
Elmer E. Phillips, Bassett—Bright Anxiety
Ralph Prill & Sons, Page—Carlos Royal
George Smith, Bassett—Carlos Stanway
F. E. Titus & Sons, Springview—U.U.U.
Lou F. Wewel, Newport—Real Prince Domino
Artice Wentworth, Mills—Domino Lad KTO
F. E. Wentworth, Mills—Pioneer Shadow
Leland Wilson, Wood Lake—Prince Casper
H. A. & Robert E. Van Horn, Page—Real Silver Domino
FOR CATALOG WRITE
TUG PHILLIPS, Sales Manager
. - 11 1, __
h looks like a POWER YEAR"
New Horsepower — new Brake Power — and new Power Steering
blossom on Buick’s ROADMASTER for 1952
MAYBE you’ve heard—horsepower has hit
a new high on the ROADMASTER.
Brake power has done the same.
But today, we’d like to concentrate on the
third member of the power trio — Buick’s
own version of Power Steering, available on
ROADMASTERS at a moderate extra cost.
What is this Power Steering like? It’s some
thing like a helping hand, something like a
“hydraulic slave’’—that relieves you of all
steering strain, but lets you keep command.
What we mean is this:
Power Steering is handled by a special
hydraulic unit—and engineers can design this
unit to take over any amount of steering effort
—even to a point where the wheel seems to
float in your hand.
But in that case, you’d surrender all control to
that hydraulic unit—get no steering ‘'feel”
from the wheel.
Now suppose you’re telling two agile tons of
automobile what to do in traffic. We think
you’d like to have it know that you’re in
And—out on the straightaway—we believe
that a part of the joy you get from owning a
Buick is the sensation of having something
alive and eagerly willing beneath your hands.
So we’re glad to announce that Buick engineers
didn’t spoil this thrill. They’ve kept the fun
of driving, and simply eased the effort.
When you’re rolling along smooth and straight,
it takes almost no effort to keep any Buick
on course. It almost steers itself, as every
Buick owner knows.
But—when you want to get away from a curb
-a ,,, ^
—back into a parking spot—make a turn—
Buick’s Power Steering comes into action,
saves four-fifths of the effort required with
ordinary steering. Power Steering does the
And—in case you wonder what happens if
Power Steering gets out of kilter, the answer is
nothing. Your Buick steers just as it always has.
I hat’s why we’ve been saying, “This is Power
Steering as it ought to be.”
Gome in. Try it out. We think you’ll agree.
Kguipmsni, aerfisomi, trim and models are subject to change wxtkout n-rtt'ff.
Sure is true for'52
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