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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1952)
OBERLE—Mr. and Mrs. Dean
Oberie, of Scottville, a daughter,
born Tuesday, February 5, at the
Sacred Heart hospital. Lynch.
Mrs. Oberie is the former Bonnie
Hams, daughter of Robert and
Florence Harris, of Lynch. Mrs.
Lois Harris, of Lynch, is the
AOAivisui'i — Pfc. and Mrs.
Emil Adamson, of Leadville,
Colo., a son. Jonimy EmiL weigh
ing 4Vz pounds, born recently.
The lather wras one of the first
men to be inducted into the army
in the Korean war. He entered
September 12, 1950, and is now
stationed at Eusak headquarters,
WAGNER—Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Wagner, of Altoona. Pa., a
daughter, Debra Louise, weighing
7 pounds 13 ounces, born Satur
day, February 2. Mrs. Wagner
was formerly Luella Crandall, of
PETERSEN—Mr. and Mrs. Don
Petersen, of O’Neill, a daughter,
Patricia, weighing 6 pounds 6
ounces, born Sunday, February
10. in Our Lady of Lourdes hos
pital Norfolk. This is the couple’s
first child. Mr. Petersen is owner
of Petersen’s Clothing.
M'KAMY—Mr. and Mrs. Don
McKamy, of O’Neill, a son.
weighing 4 pounds 10 ounces,
born Friday, February 5. in Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital. Nor- i
folk, by Caesarian section. Both 1
mother and son are in “good”
condition. Mrs. McKamv has been
hospitalized several weeks. The
babv is in an incubator.
FREED—Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Freed, of Atkinson, a son. Noel
bom Sunday. January 27. at the
home of the baby’s grandmother.
Mgg. Kathryn Freed. Mrs. Freed
was Irene Zahradnicek.
CORKLE—Mr. and Mrs. James
M. Corkle, of O'Neill, a son.
weighing 7 pounds 11 ounces,
born Tuesday, February 11, in
Our Lady of Lourdes hospital
Norfolk. The Corklcs have 8
daughters and 3 sons.
ALLYN— Mr .and Mrs. Elmer
Allyn, of Stuart, a daughter, born
Tuesday, February 12, at the Stu
art Comunity hospital.
QUINN—Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Quinn, of San Diego, Calif., a
daughter, Charyle Ann, weighing
6 pounds 9 ounces, born Friday,
LINES — Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Lines, of Inman, a son, Danny
Dale, born on Wednesday, Febru
ary 8, at the O’Neill hospital
PONGRATZ — Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Pongratz, of O'Neill, a
daughter, Bernelda Marie, weigh
ing 7Vi pounds, born Saturday,
February 9, at the O’Neill hospi
DONOHOE-~^4r. and Mrs. Ed
ward Janies Donohoe, of O’Neill,
a daughter, Janice Marie, weigh*
ing 7 pounds 12 ounces, born
Sunday, February 10, at the O’
Neill hospital. The mother is the
former Dorothy Clark. The grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. John
Donohoe and Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Clark, all of O’Neill.
DAWES—Mr. and Mrs. A. Neil
Dawes, of O’Neill, a son, weigh
ing 8 pounds, born Tuesday, Feb
ruary 12, at the O’Neill hospital.
BLACK—Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Black, of Spencer, a daughter,
Wendy Ann, weighing 8 pounds
12 ounces, born Tuesday, Febru
ary 12, at the O’Neill hospital.
SCHM1SER—Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Schmiser, of Ewing, a son,
weighing 8 pounds 6 ounces, born
Monday, February 11,, at the Til
den hospital. The Schmisers
have 3 daughters.
YELLI—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Yelli,
of Ewing, a daughter, born Fri
day, February 1.
DREDGE—Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Dredge, of Ewing, a daughter,
born Sunday, February 3.
COLE—Mr. and Mrs. G. O.
(Bud) Cole, a daughter, weighing
4 pounds 9 ounces, born Wed
nesday, February 13, in Burling
ton. Ia. The Coles are from Em
4TH STREET MARKET OPENS
The 4th Street Market, under
the management of George Jan
ousek. will formally open Friday
and Saturday, February 15 and
16. The market is located across
from the postoffice. Free coffee
and doughnuts will be served
Saturday to adults. Mr. Janousek
is a son of Mrs. Lod Janousek
and the late Mr. Janousek.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cohn are
spending a vacation in California.
I BeginnerS may learn . . .
others can have lots of
fun. 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. No
admission charge but an of
fering will be taken to defray
music and caller expenses.
Admissions: February 6—Mrs.
Dave Johnson, of Chambers, med
ical. condition improved: Mrs.
Jale Lines, of Inman. 7 — Mrs.
William White, of O’Neill, med
ical, condition good; Mrs. Rav
Timmerman, of O’Neill, medical,
condition good. 8 — Mrs. Jack
Wildes, of O’Neill, condition im
proved. 9 — Mrs. Bernard Pon
gratz. of O’Neill. 10—Mrs. Ed
ward James Donohoe, of O’Neill;
Betty Jane Schneider, of O’Neill,
appendectomy, condition good. 12
—John Hoffman, of Chambers,
medcial, condition fairly good;
Mrs. Neil Dawes, of O’Neill; Mrs.
Wayne Black, of Spencer.
Still in hospital: Dale Bell, of
Chambers condition, unchanged.
Dismissals: February 6 — Mrs.
Jessie Wert and son, of O’Neill;
Baby Linda Fuhrer. of O’Neill. 7
—Mrs. Marvin Youngs and
daughter, of Inman. 8 — Mrs.
Dave Johnson, of Chambers. 9—
Mrs. Rav Timmerman, of O’Neill:
Mrs. William White, of O’Neill. 11
—Mrs. Dale Lines and son, of
Inman: Mrs. Jack Wildes, of O’
Neill. 12— Mrs. Addie Kelley, of
Admissions: February ti—James
Friedei, of btuart,, medical; 9 —
Mrs. Julia Kaplan, of Atkinson,
medical, condition satisfactory; 1U
—Mrs. Evelyn Kudoipn, of ivew
port, major surgery, condition
Koud; li—Mrs. Mary btahlcker. of
Naper, condition fairly good; 12—
Earl Estes, of btuart, medical,
satisfactory; Mrs. Elmer Allyn and
baby girl, of Stuart, condition
Still in hospital: Mrs. Bertha
Dobias, of Atkinson.
Dismissals; February 6—Mrs.
Bezel Lockman, of btuart; 8—
Mrs. Richard Fox and baby boy,
of Atkinson; 10—Mrs. Erma Carr,
of Atkinson; Mrs. Ted Schies
sler and daughter, of Stuart; Mrs.
Louis Shald and daughter, of
btuart; 11—John MacLachlin. of
Mrs. Svenson's Sister
Passes Away —
Funeral services were held on
Thursday, January 31, at 2 o’clock
from the Free church, near Stan
ton, for Mrs. Willard (Anna) An
derson, 63, who died Monday,
January 28, in a Norfolk hospital.
Rev. W. R. Mock was in charge
of the last rites and interment
was in the Bega cemetery, north
Survivors include: Widower;
brothers—Eric Svenson, of Nor
folk; Peter Svenson, of Stanton;
Carl, of O’Neill. Sister — Mrs.
Eric (Mary) Engdahl, of Stanton.
She was preceded in death by
her parents; a brother, Andrew;
and a sister, Selma.
Club Hostess —
Mrs. Florence Schultz enter
tained the Elkhorn extension club
Tuesday evening with Mrs. Frank
Fifteen members were present.
Mrs. Florence Schultz won the
Mrs. Bob Cook presented the
lesson on "Quick Breads.” She
demonstrated the making of var
ious rolls which were served later
in the evening for lunch.
The lesson on “Quick Breads”
will be continued at the next
meeting on March 12, at the
home of Mrs. Hattie Kindlund.
Series of PMA-SCS
Meetings Scheduled —
A series of informative PMA
SCS (soil conservation service)
meetings have been schedu»ed in
Holt county localities. First meet
ing will be held Tuesday, Feb
ruary 19, 8 p.m., at the O’Neill
public school bandroom.
Other (meetings include: Feb
ruary 25—Chambers high school
auditorium, 8 p.m.; 26—Atkinson
high school assembly room,
8 p.m.; 27 — Ewing high
school, 8 p.m.; March 1—Dorsey
school, 1:30 p.m.; 4—Page, 8 p.m'.,
place to be announced.
Mrs. Murten Arrives —
INMAN—Mrs. Eva Murten, a
resident of Crowell Memorial
home, Blair, arrived Tuesday eve
ning for a visit with friends and
relatives. She came by bus.
Miss Mavis Forsch spent the
weekend with her parents in
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED: Ranch hand. Single
man preferred, year around
work. — Con Heelan, Wood
(First pub. Feb. 14, 1952.)
J. J. Olsson. Att’y
NOTICE OF HEARING OF
PETITION FOR FINAL
COUNTY COURT OF HOLT
ESTATE OF MARGARET DO
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA. TO
Notice is hereby given that a
petition has been filed for final
settlement herein, determination
of heirship, inheritance taxes,
fees and commissions, distribution
of estate and approval of final
account and discharge, which will
be for hearing in this court on
March 7th. 1952. at 11:00 o’clock.
Dated February 11, 1952.
LOUIS W. REIMER
f£« R. H. SHRINFR .££
Rent* Plat* Gian
Wind & Tornado. Truck * Tractor. Personal Property
Liability GENERAL INSURANCE Liraatock
REAL ESTATE. LOANS. FARM SERVICE. RENTALS
Automobile O'Naill —t— Phono 108 Farm Property
| SICK & INJURED
ATKINSON—Dr. W. J. Doue
las, who has spent the winter
months at the home of his daugh
ter in Evanston, 111., returned
home Monday morning. His
health was "quite poor” for a
time but he is feeling much bet
ter at the present time and says
ne is "glad to get home.” . . Mr.
and Mrs. r^eo Seger returned Sat
urday from Denver, Colo. Mrs.
Seger continues to show improve
ment. it is believed that pi time
she may be able to discard her
wheel chair completely. . . Mr.
and Mr. Claude Raymer went to
Genoa Thursday, February 7, to
spend the day with Mrs. Ray
mer’s mother, Mrs. Will Nansel.
Mrs. Nansel is ill and is confined
to her bed most of the time but is
a little improved at this time. On
the way home the Raymers stop
ped at Monroe to visit other
relatives. . . Mrs. Ivan Cone, of
O’Neill, came Wednesday, Febru
ary 4, to be with Mrs. Lelia Hies,
who is recuperating from a fall
in which she suffered a broken
left arm and a severely bruised
cheek and eye. The accident oc
curred when she slipped and fell
on some ice. . . Karen Kansel
meyer had her appendix removed
at Atkinson Memorial hospital
Sunday afternoon about 5 o’clock.
Doctor Clark, of Stuart, perform
ed the surgery. . . Mrs. Polly Da
j vis, who is visiting her daughter,
Mrs. James Walsh, at Sun Valley,
Calif., has been “seriously ill” but
is much better now. . . Theodore
Kubart is recuperating at his
home from a prolonged illness. . .
Mrs. Bertha Dexter shows “slight
improvement." She suffered a
stroke some time ago which left
her right arm and leg paralyzed.
Her daughter, Norma, is caring
for her at their home. . . Russell
Everett is seriously ill at his
home with a heart ailment.
O NEILL—Joseph Schollmeyer,
sr„ was taken from his home to
Sacred Heart hospital. Lynch,
Friday afternoon. . . Friday eve
ning Mrs. Warren Sparks was
taken by ambulance to University
hospital, Omaha. She submitted
to an emergency appendectomy
Saturday noon. . . . Mrs. Harry
Sullivan returned Saturday. Feb
ruary 9, from St. Joseph’s hospi
tal, Omaha. She recently submit
ted to major surgery. . . Mrs. Earl
Farr returned home from the Lu
theran hospital, Norfolk, recently.
. . . J. H. (“Arnie”) Doerning un
derwent surgery on his kn^o in
St. Vincent’s hospital, Sioux City'
on Thursday, February 7. He
returned home on Monday. . . .
Mrs. Sylvester Zakrzewski re
ceived word from her daughter,
Margaret, stating she is going to
school in Winnebago, Minn., for
the present in order to be near
an eye specialist. . . Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Yantzi returned from Oma
ha Thursday, February 7, where
they had been to see Mrs. Yant
zi’s mother, Mrs. Sam Barnard,
who is “very ill.” . . . Mrs. Ma
mie O’Neill was taken to the hos
pital in Lynch on Sunday, Feb
ruary 10. . . Mrs. Don Petersen
and baby daughter are "good” in
Our Lady of Lourdes hospital,
Norfolk. . . Mrs. Donald McKa
my and son are doing “good” in
Our Lady of Lourdes hospital,
Norfolk. . . Mrs. P. B. Harty, who
has been a St. Vincent’s hospital,
Sioux City, patient for several
weeks following major surgery,
is expected to return home late
this week. . . . Jay Munsell has
been ill at his home.
EWING—Miss Nettle Van Con
et is a patient at the Lutheran
hospital, Sioux City. . . Miss Dor
la Mlnarik came home Saturday
from the Tilden hospital where
she had been a surgical patient
the past week. . . Mrs. Ralph
Hales is “satisfactory” after sur
gery at the Immanuel hospital,
Omaha, on Saturday. • . Maxine
Noffke returned to school on
Monday after a week’s absence
due to an ear infection. , . Rosetta
Boies went to Norfolk on Thurs
day where she had a spinal cyst
lanced, returning on Saturday for
treatment. Rosetta is a senior
this year. .. Supt. and Mrs. James
Pennington took their small son,
Kenneth, to Omaha Friday for
medical care. He is a patient at
the Children’s Memorial hospital.
Mr. Pennington returned home
while Mrs. Pennington stayed
with Kenneth. . . August Kohle
is “good” in Our Lady of Lourdes
LYNCH—Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Hammon returned Monday, Feb
ruary 4, from Norfolk where
Mrs. Hammon went for a physical
checkup. They also visited rela
tives in Stanton before returning
home. . . Anton Kalkowski suf
mered torn ligaments in his leg
when he lost footing and fell. . .
Joe Sehollmeyer, of O’Neill, is a
patient in the Sacred Heart hos
pital, Lynch. , , Mrs. Floyd
France is confined to her bed
with a bad ankle that has caused
her considerable trouble since it
was broken 3 years ago.
PAGE— Mrs. Gailord Albright
drove to Lincoln Wednesday, Feb
ruary 4, to accompany her daugh
ter, Mrs. Clifford Shane, to Chi
cago, 111., where Mrs. Shane was
taking her infant daughter to see
a baby specialist. The baby has
not been well since birth.
CHAMBERS— Harold Young
took his father. Clarence Young,
to Norfolk Friday for medical
care. Mr. Young is suffering with
an eve infection.
DELOIT — Sharon Kallhoff
roke her wrist recently.
Erwin Clark, arrested for being
in an unlawful state of intoxica
tion, fined $10 and costs, February
8: arrested by Patrolman F. M.
Simeon Brandi, of Columbus,
speeding, fined $10 and costs, Feb
ruary 6: arrested by Patrolman F.
M. Dineen. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Richardson,
sr., of Ainsworth, were Sunday.
February 3, guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. HilL
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Hill and
2 sons plan to go to Strawberry
Point, la., this weekend to help
Mrs. Hill’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wiliam Bowers, celebrate their
50th wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steskal and
family, of Council Bluffs, la.,
came Saturday, February 9, and
were guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter McNichols and
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Harrington.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Havran
ek went to Atkinson on Sunday
and visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. James Havranek. They
also went through the Atkinson
Memorial hospital. Mrs. Dorothy
Barrett, Mrs. Havranek’s mother,
is employed at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Grif
fin spent the weekend in Omaha i
visiting Mrs. Roy Griffin and
Hugh O’Conr.er who are both in
St Joseph’s hospitaii. Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Zimmerer
and family, of Creighton, were
Saturday evening dinner guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Grady and
son returned Sunday, February
10, from a week’s vacation in
Mrs. John Liable, of Atkinson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gettert
went to Norfolk on Saturday,
February 9. On Sunday they
went to Atkinson where they vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1
John Liable. J
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schmitz and
Lorraine, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lansworth and Joanne, Mr. and
Mrs. James McNulty and LaDon
na and Mrs. Will Grutsch drove <
to St. Paul on Saturday evening
r where the 3 girls played their ac- .
cordians for the opening of a new I
Friends of St. Mary's sue hold
ing their postponed St. Valen
tine's box social and square
dancing party Sunday night, Feb
ruary 17, SMA gym. Come and
spend an evening of fun. Every
one welcome. 41c
Mrs. Lydia Greenard. of Okla
homa City. Okla.. arrived Mon
day to spend a week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schenzel.
Mrs. Greenard is Mrs. Schenzel’s
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKenzie
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
McKenzie, sr., to Lincoln on busi
Mr. and Mrs. Louie Genoa, of
Humbolt, have been spending the
week in O’Neill visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. It. Osenbaugh. Mrs.
Genoa and Mrs. Osenbaugh are
sisters. fc| *1 1:
Rev. Orin Graff, pastor
Services at 10 a.m. every Sun
Sermon for Sunday. February
17, ‘‘A Home for Christ." Luke
10:38-42, John 11:1-27.
Study classes for all ages fol
lowing the sermon.
Junior high group meets Sun
day, 4 p.m.
Story time this afternoon
(Thursday), 4 o’clock.
Youth Fellowship tonight
(Thursday), 7 o’clock.
Choir rehearsal tonight (Thurs
day), 8:15 o’clock.
Women’s society will meet Fri
day Afternoon, February 15, with
Mrs. Wilbur Moon for a work
meeting. Clothing for Korea will
be packed. Any donations of good
used clothing will gladly be ac
cepted. We are also in need of
more quilting material.
Prices Effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday, February 14, 15, 16
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CHEER, Lge. Pkg.29c
CAKE MIX, 2 Pkgs.71c
NAPKINS, 2 Pkgs.25c
9:30 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.
10:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.
z Gallon Vanilla §5C
TUNA, 2 Cans.45c
FLOUR, 50-Lb. Bg. $3.29 I
RAISINS, 2-Lb. Cello 35c I
WILSON'S CORN KING
SLICED BACON lb 39c
BACON ENDS 2 Lbs. 29c
PORK HOCKS Lb. 25c
MINCED m Lb 39c
WHEflTIES 12-Qz. Ptg..21c
PORK and BEANS 3 No. 2J Cans 69c
TOMATO JUICE 2 46-0z. Cans 59c
CARROTS 2 Bunches... 19c I
CELERY u> 10c
ORANGES 4 lbs. 25c
PINK OR WHITE
ORAPEFRBIT 10 for 45c
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COBHMEAL 5 Lb. Phg. —_ 31c
AIRCRAFT — HALVES
PEACHES No. 10 Can 85c
ORANGE JUICE 2 46-0z. Cans 53c
214-Oz. Btls.35 c
NAVY 5-Lb. Cello
WHITE or YELLOW 2-Lb. Pkg.
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