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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1952)
Pjyd County Fair
Dates Aug. 25-26-27
Saddle Club, Concerts
LYNCH—The dates for the an
nual Boyd county fair, which is
held at Spencer, are Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday, August
25, 26 and 27.
Some of the features include
the usual exhibits, baseball
games, parade, band concerts, ap
pearance of a saddle club and a
Other Lynch News
Mr. and Mrs. George Kolund
and family of Plainview visited
at the Clarence Kolund home on
Vac Sedivy of Norfolk called
on Lynch friends Saturday.
Hoy Jdlinek of Springview vis
ited at the Louis Novak home on
Sunday, July 20.
Ray Hofrman and family of
Norfolk attended the Norman
Hoffman funeral and also visited
at Frank Weeders.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mills of
Bristow visited at the Ed Johns ;
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Koscan and ;
family of Butte, Mr. and Mrs. |
Wallace Courtney and Eugene and
Mr. and Mrs. William Teadtke
and family of Bristow were Sun
day, July 27, 6 o’clock dinner
guests at the Jerry Sixta home.
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Jehorek
were in Johnstown this week
looking after their land interests
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Halva vis
ited relatives in O’Neill on Satur
day, July 26.
Dr. R. E. Kriz returned home
Thursday, July 24 from a several
days stay in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Havranek
and family of Spencer visited at
the Joe Halva home Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ducker
have relatives from Omaha visit
ing them this week. They all
visited in Verdel Friday.
Mrs. Frank Hoffman of Madison
and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nelson of
Madison spent the weekend here
with relatives. They spent Thurs
day and Friday at the Harold
Potter home and picnicked at
Pickstown, S.D., Friday. On Sat
urday Mr. and Mrs. Nelson vis
ited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johns
and the Phillip Hammon family,
the Nelsons and Mrs. Hoffman
came to attend the Norman Hoff
Mr. and Mrs. L.ee Jtsjornsen ana
children of Sioux City visited
with Mrs. Nata Bjomsen and La
nora this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sixta at
tended the civilian ground air ob
servers corps meeting held at
Butte Wednesday, July 23.
Miss Rose Bryan, who is in
nurses training at Hattresburg,
Miss., is here visiting the Lloyd,
Albert and Fred Spencer and Wil
liam Stouffer families and also
other relatives this week.
Ed Hofman and Albert Spencer
met S/Sgt. Lyle L. Hoffman of
Phoenix, Ariz., at Sioux City on
Tuesday, July 22, to be here for
the funeral of his brother, A/3c
Norman D. Hoffman.
Mrs. Veldon Lee and Douglas
of Sunshine Bottom and Rose
Bryan of Hattresburg, Miss., were
Tuesday, July 2, visitors at the
William Stouffer home.
Mrs. Jerry Sixta visited with
Mrs. Allan Koscan at Butte Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coleman and
son of Spencer spent Sunday,
July 20, at the Donavon Angel
home northwest of Monowi.
Mrs. Lou Jelinek of Seattle,
Wash., is here visiting the Louis |
Novak home, also old time
friends. The Jelineks lived on the
farm now occupied by Ed John
in the early 1920’s.
Club Will Not
Enter Float —
extension club met at the home
of Mrs. Louanne Hilligas Friday,
July 18. The president, Donna
Hubbard, called the meeting to
order. The secretary read the
minutes of the last meeting and
took roll call. Members dis
cussed achievement day and the
mothers vacation camp at Long
Pine. They decided not to make
a float for Atkinson hay days.
Mrs. Donna Hubbard received
the door prize. The next meet
ing will be on August 15. The
hostess served a lunch.
Sunday guests in the Elmer
Wondersee home were his broth
er and wife, Mr. and Mrs. H. O.
Wondersee, and their daughter
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
lis Ackerman, and three, all of
Aurora* Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Hoerle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leh
mann and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Hoffman and children, Donnis and
Bruce, all of Chambers.
On Monday, July 21, Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
L. V. Cooper, Beverly Platt and
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Marquis left
on a vacation trip which took
them through the Black Hills of
South Dakota and the Big Horn
mountains to Thermopolis, Wyo.
They returned to Shoshonie,
Wyo., on Saturday where they en
joyed dinner together before sep
arating. The Cliff Marquis’ left
for their home at Redmond, Ore.
The others returned to Chambers.
Mrs. Wendell Pearson and
daughter, Beverly, left Saturday
for their home at Geneva after a
few days visit with her sister and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Sex
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoppe and
family of Wausa visited her broth
er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Young Sunday, July 27.
Rev. and Mrs. L. R. Hansberry
returned the last of the week
from a two weeks vacation trip
Guests in the John Honeywell
home on Sunday, July 27, were:
Mr. and Mrs. Verle Tuttle and
family of Clearwater, Mrs. Elwin
Rubeck and Kathryn of O’Neill,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Urban and
Bud of Ewing. Their niece, Lin
da Tuttle of Clearwater, remained
for a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Belew and
son of Stanton were visiting
friends in Chambers Saturday
evening. They were weekend
guests of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clemens, at Amelia.
Jimmie Thomson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Thomson, is
spending the week visiting his
grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Con
way, north of O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Bell and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ver
non Whitaker and family spent
Sunday, July 27, at the home of
the ladies’ mother, Mrs. Hattie
Richardson, at Ord. It was a
Angie Spath came from Oma
ha Saturday to spend a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Spath, and her brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
George Fullerton, at Amelia.
James Newhouse of Wichita,
Kans., visited his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. E. Newhouse, and
Mrs. Edith McClenahan re
turned Monday from Cushman
I where she had visited her son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Wilbur Edwards, for two
weeks. Mr. Edwards brought
Reelected to Board —
The O’Neill Production Credit
association held it 18th annual
meeting and picnic Sunday, July
27 in Ford’s park, O’Neill. Mem
bers and their families in attend
ance brought picnic dinners and
were served free coffee, pop and
ice cream. A program of sports
events allowed participation by
everyone from 7- to 70-years-old.
During a brief business session,
Ray Siders of O’Neill and Otto
Krupicka of Spencer were re
elected by the members to serve
as directors for an additional
three year term. Other board
members are D. O'. Shaffer of O’
Neill, president; C. F. Clark of
Eurwell and Otto E. Oberg of
The association finances farm
ers and stockmen in Boyd, Holt,
Garfield and Wheeler counties.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grenier
and family and Harvey Sawyer
and son went to Lyons Sunday
and spent the day with Joseph
and Oza Grenier.
Miss Joan Gilbertson of Ros
lyn, S.D., spent from Tuesday,
July 24, until Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Grenier.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grutsch and
Mrs. Celia Grutsch left Tuesday
for Stratford, Canada, where
they will visit relatives for two
Guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James Rooney on Thursday,
July 24, were Mr. and Mrs. Monte
Randall of Muscatine, la. Mr.
Randall is a former resident of
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Nelson re
turned to their home Friday eve
ning, July 25, from Boulder, Colo.,
where tney had spent the sum
mer., Enroute home they visited
relatives in Wyoming.
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