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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1952)
March Liras Brincess
Miss Barbara Birmingham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Birmingham, has been chosen a
princess at the 19th annual Du
chesne college. Omaha, Mardi
Gras coronation and dance to be
held on Friday evening. Febru
Identity of the queen is kept
secret until coronation time.
Mrs. W. M. Bogan, the former
Corinne Kubitschek, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Kubitschek. is
a former queen of the Duchesne
Mrs. Harold Williamson,
Mrs. Tex Beckwith Feted —
Birthday anniversaries for Mrs.
Harold Williamson and Mrs. Tex
Beckwith were noted on Satur
day night, February 9, in a party
at the home of Mrs. Jasper Hitch
cock in Atkinson.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Tex
Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Peters, Mrs. Herbert Timm and
Mr. and Mrs. Orville McKim and
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Marcellus, all
of O’Neill; Mrs. Belle Hitchcock
and Herb Bitney, both of Atkin
son; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Greenfield
and Mr. and Mrs. George Hitch
cock, all of Stuart.
There were refreshments. Pitch
was played. High score for the
ladies was won by Mrs. Timm, low
for the ladies went to Mrs. Beck
with; high for the men, Harold
Williamson, low for men, Orville
McKim. „ ,
A teen-age party was held on
Sunday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilson
with Mary Louise Wilson and
Rosemary Corkle as hostesses.
Rev. Kenneth Carl and 18 boys
and girls were the guests at a
6:45 o’clock dinner and a theater
party at the Royal following the
Simonson post 93, of the Amer
ican Legion, will sponsor a square
dancing party (and leamin’ ses
sion) Sunday evening, February
17, at the auditorium- 8:30 until
Attend Norfolk Party —
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Muff ac
companied Mr. and Mrs. Cletus
Muff and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Funk, of Clearwater, to Norfolk
on Sunday, February 10. where
they attended a birthday anniver
sary party in honor of twins, Mrs.
Carl Goeke and Mrs. Elma Mc
Kamy, in Norfolk.
The Merri-Myx club met on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. C. W. Porter. Mrs. D. C.
Schaffer and Mrs. Fred Robert
son were guests. In bridge, Mrs.
Paul Shierk won high and Mrs.
D. C. Schaffer, guest high._
, EWING NEWS
Mrs. Ira Secrist is a guest of
Jennie Brown this week. She
spent several months in Califor
nia with relatives.
Mrs. Waldo Davis returned
home Saturday, February 9, from
Orchard where she visited rela
tives for a few days. While there
she also went to Tilden to attend
the funeral of a relative.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jensen and
sons, Neil and Lowell, spent
Sunday, February 10, at Center
visiting at the home of Mrs. Jen
sen’s sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crosby.
On Sunday-, February 10, Mr.
and and Mrs. John Miller, sr.,
were supper and evening guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Miller, jr., and family, the occa
sion W'as in honor of John, jr’s.
Guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Miller, sr., on Sunday.
February 10, were her brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Kallhoff, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Gunter, who
recently sold their farm in
Frenchtown, have purchased the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Duane
Jensen in Ewing. They will take
possession March 1. Mr. and Mrs.
Jensen and daughter will move to
the Frank Emsic’s acreage in east
Ewing, known as the Furley place.
Mr. and Mrs. Emsic and family
will move to a farm near Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. ^George Jefferies
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Mark Muff, of O’Neill, went to
Omaha on business Tuesday, Feb
ivir. ana Mrs. bam Kagan, oi in
man, were dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Wright, Monday
evening, February 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chapula
and children spent Sunday, Feb
ruary 10, visiting at the home of
his mother, Mrs. Anna Chapula,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ragan enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chap
ula and children at 6 o’clock din
ner Saturday, February 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Rockey ac
companied her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louie Pofahl, to Royal on
Sunday, February 10, where they
attended the golden wedding an
niversary parfy of Mr. Pofahl’s
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kropp and
family drove to Chambers, Sun
day, February 10, to spend the day
at the hoime of Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Jeffers, and family.
Rev. C. C. Chappell went to
Beatrice on Monday, February 4,
returning Wednesday, February 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Davis
were overnight guests of her sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Austin, of Plainview
on Thursday, February 7.
Mrs. Ray Mooney, who lives
south of Ewing, was a guest at
the Waldo Davis home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs.' Gail Boies and
nieces, Catherine and Mary Ann
Bauer, were supper and evening
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Nick Bohn at Inman, Sun
day, February 10.
The Altar society of St. Peter’s
•church, met at the home of Mrs.
Roy Rotherham Tuesday evening,
February 5. Twenty-seven mem
bers were present. After a short
business session at which presi
dent, Mrs. Arthur Kropp, pre
sided, the evening was soent play
ing card games. Mrs. Lyle Dierks
won the prize for high score in
bridge, Mrs. Arthur Kropp in pi
nochle, and Mrs. Arthur Spittler
in pitch. Refreshments were
served by the hostess, assisted by
Mrs. A. J. Sanders and Mrs, Frank
Frontier for printing!
DR. T. L. SHERBAHN
Complete X-Ray Equipment
V* Block So. of Ford Garage
DR. H. L. BENNETT
Phones 316 and 304
— O'NEILL —
Selling At Auction
LES LAMASON FARM
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Sale starts at 1:C3 p.m. at the Farm, which is located IVi
miles North and 3 miles West of Page, Nebr.
Legally described as SEy4 Section 4 and N%NW14, NW14
NEy4 Section 9, all in Township 28, Range 10. This land joins
and is easy to take caret of.
Improvements: 7-room 2-story dwelling, barn and other I
buildings, all in fair condition.
Land: 120 acres farm land, balance in good native grass pas
ture and meadow. All land is a sandy loam soil. Entire farm
is fenced and cross - fenced. Abundance of trees and wind
breaks. % mile to school. Mail route past place. 4% miles
to high school. Situated in good community.
Terms: 20% of purchase price day of sale, 30% upon delivery
of good and merchantable title. Balance carried on long-time
Possession March 1, 1952
LES LAMASON, LINCOLN, NEBR.
For details see: Thorin-Reynoldson
Auctiou Service, O’Neill
PHONES 454-J or NO. 2
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Winehell
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
John Jansen were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jansen on
Sunday, February 15, and helped
them celebrate their 48th wed
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fuhrer went
to Butte Sunday where they vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Fuhrer. Their son, Kelly,
who had been visitiing at the
Fuhrer home for a week, return
ed with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hickey
went to Sioux City on business
on Friday. February 8. They re
turned home Saturday.
Mrs. Carrie Borg spent Thurs
day afternoon, February 7, at the
home of Mrs Roy Cole.fThe la
dies did some quilting On Sun
day Mrs. Carie Borg and Marvel
were dinner guests at the home
of Mrs. Roy Cole.
Mrs. D. H. Clausson returned
Thursday, February 7, from
Spearfish. S.D., where she had
been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. F.
Plank, who has been very ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen
and family went to Spencer on j
Sunday, February 10, and visited |
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Hitchcock,
of Atkinson, were Sunday eve
ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Appleby
spent Sunday, February 10, at
the farm home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Arrasmith
were visiting in Ainsworth on
Sunday, February 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Riffey
went to Waco. Tex., on business.
Their children, Joan and Andy,
are staying at the home of their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David
Bellar, while their parents are
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Becker went
to Randoph on Sunday, February
10, where they visited Mr OT,H
Mrs. Joseph Rogers and their in
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zikmwrti
and family went to MariifiCS £»
Sunday. February 10, where they
C. J. Gatz and Charles Yarnall
went to Omaha on business Mon
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Becker and
Barbara went to Yankton, S.D.,
today (Thursday) to attend the
wedding of Miss Delores Wiese
ler, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Beck
er. Miss Barbara will be a brides
maid at the wedding which will
be solemnized at 9:30 o’clock in
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Davis, of At
kinson, were overnight guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Bellar. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Bel
lar are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold William
son and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marcel
lus went to Page Sunday where
they visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. F. Williamson.
Mrs. Ellen Sullivan left this
week for a 2-months visit in Cor
pus Christi, Tex., with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Burk, and chil
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckwith
and son, Don, were supper guests
of their daughter and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harley, of
Atkinson, on Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Johnson and
girls, of Atkinson, were also
Mattie Soukup, of Lead, S.D.,
arrived Tuesday to visit her sis
ters and their families, Mr. and
Mrs. Dean Streeter and Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Streeter, and other
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Pruss, Billy
and John, and Mrs. Margaret
Hoffman and James went to Nor
folk on Saturday. February 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parker and
granddaughter. Miss Joyce Oetter,
went to Page Sunday and were
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Matschullat.
The Presbvterian Women’s as
sociation met at the church par
lor Thursday February 7.
The president. Mrs. Felix Hend
rick. conducted the business
meeting. Rev. Samuel Lee show
ed a film “Out of the Dust.”
Hostesses were Mrs. L. A. Bur
eess. Mrs. Hardin Anspach. Mrs.
D. E. Nelson. Mrs. Charles Fox.
Mrs. C. E. Melena and Mrs. Ralph
Mrs. Bertha Urban came home
Saturday, February 9, after spend
ing some time at Omaha and Bur
Sunday, February 10, was a spe
cial day at the Robley Sisson, sr.,
home when Mrs. Sisson and son,
Gene, both celebrating birthday
anniversaries this month, were
the honored guests at a turkey
dinner. Not only the birthdays
were of special interest. This
was the first occasion over a long
period of time that Mr. and Mrs.
Sisson had their 8 sons together,
als a grandson. They are: Robley,
jr., Bill, who was recently dis
charged from the navy, Dana,
Jack, Gene, Jerry, Tom, Ronnie
and the grandson, Robley III. The
Sissons have 2 daughters, Marcel
la, who is a senior in high school,
and Mrs. Leonard Sorenson, of
Omaha. Mrs. Mary Snyder,
mother of Mrs. Sisson, who makes
her home with them, joined in
Guests at the honne of Mr. and
Mrs. Lyle Dierks on Sunday, Feb
ruary 10, were Mrs. Geo. Vander
berg and daughter, Carolyn, and
Mrs. Bill Covne, all of Snalding.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jefferies
and Bonnie Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Wulf spent Sunday, Feb
ruary 10, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Maben at Clear
Legion Slates Benefit
LYNCH—An amateur contest
sponsored by the Lynch American
Legion auxiliary is planned for
Tuesday, March 4, at the Lynch
Three cash prizes will be given.
Anyone wishing to enter may
contact Mrs. Don Allen at Lynch.
Persons or groups of persons of
any age may enter.
Other Lynch News
Harold France, of Ainsworth,
spent the weekend with relatives
Mrs. Richard Ducker and chil
dren returned home after a 2
weeks stay with her parents in
The Lynch GI farm class and
their instructor, Glen Heflin,
spent a day in Omaha visiting
the stockyards and packing plants.
Mrs. John Schmit entertained
several ladies at a party Friday
evening. Lunch was served at a
Mr. and Mrs. William Teadtke
and family were Sunday, Feb
ruary 3, 6 o’clock dinner guests at
the Arch Maxwell home in Spen
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weeder and
family visited at the Frank Kayl 1
home one day last week.
Pfc. Delbert Haselhorst, of
California, arrived home Tues
day, Febuary 5, for a 26-day fur
lough. Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Haselhorst and Joyce motored to
Grand Island to meet him.
Mrs. John Schmlt was hostess
to the Altar society, of the As
sumption Blesed Virgin Mary
church Thursday afternoon, Feb
ruary 7. Mrs. Don Allen and Mrs.
Rose Kanslik were co-hostesses.
Twenty-one ladies were present.
It was voted that the society give
a polio fund contribution. In
stead of the regular social hour
after the business meeting the la
dies tied a quilt. Cherry pie and
coffee were served for lunch.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph David en
tertained the latter’s sister and
husband, of Omaha, over the Feb
ruary 2 weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Micanek,
Mrs. Vince Jehorek, Dr. J. A. Glit
tery and Mrs. Albert Kalkowski
and Guy Barnes attended the
political conventions at Butte on
Saturday, February 2.
Mrs. Arden Darnell, of Miller,
S.D., returned to her home Wed- :
nesday, January 30, after a few
days visit with relatives here and
at Spencer. She made the return
trip by plane.
George Lee, of Omaha, attended
the funeral of Mrs. Olive Lee on
Sunday, February 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Miller and
family returned home from Oma
ha Sunday, February 10.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Timmerman
and family were Sunday, Feb
ruary 10. guests of Mrs. Josephine
Mr. and Mrs. John Weichman
and daughters, Miss Leola and
Mrs. Don Bernt, left Monday,
February 11, for an extended trip ;
to Denver, Colo., Phoenix, Ariz., !
and points in California, where
they will visit relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shald and
daughter, Shirley, and Miss Joan
Burhans, also Miss Tootie Braun,
of Atkinson, motored to Omaha
on Thursday afternoon, February
7. The young ladies attended the
military ball at Peony park on
Friday evening. They returned
Mrs. Charles Lloyd, of Pender,
and Mrs. Mamie Franklin, of Lin
coln, visited at the home of
their father, Harry Snyder last
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dodd I
spent, Wednesday and Thursday, I
Februray 6 and 7, at Lincoln
where they visited with their son
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Dodd, also their son, Lowell, of
Mrs. Anna Chaney was host
ess to the High Five club on Fri
day afternoon,, February 8. Mi's.
Max Karo, Mrs. Clem Olberding
and Mrs. Ray Carlisle won prizes.
Lunch, with valentine decora
tions, was served by the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wefso, of
Atkinson, visited with Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Coffman Sunday aft
The Birthday club met with
Mrs. Riley Paxton on Monday,
A large crowd attended the
Friends of St. Mary’s card party
on Sunday Evening, held in the
gym at St. Mary’s academy. The
5th and 6th grade mothers spon
sored the party. Mrs. Victor
Halva furnished the door prize,
a lamb cake, won by Mrs. Oliver
Phyllis Seger, who attends
Wesleyan university. Lincoln,
sDent the weekend with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seger.
"ONEV To i (IAN
C. E. Jonn. Mnoaqar
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