The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 02, 1952, Page 10, Image 10
Future Subscribers < ICKES—Mr. and Mrs. Neven Ickes, jr., of Page, a daughter, Teresa Ann, weighing 7 pounds 6 ounces, bom Saturday, Sep tember 27, at the Plainview hos pital. Teresa Ann was bom on her father’s birthday anniversa ry. Mrs. Ickes is the former Charlene Park. IRISH—Mr. and Mrs. Merle Irish of Stuart, a son, Terry Al len, bom Friday, September 19, at Atkinson Memorial hospital. HYTREK—Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hytrek of Stuart, a daughter, Sal ly JoAnn, weighing 8 pounds and 2 ounces, bom Wednesday, Sep tember 17, at the Atkinson Me morial hospital. MILLER—A/3c and Mrs. Du ane C. Miller of Belleville, 111., a son, Kenneth Allen, weighing 8 pounds, born Wednesday, Sep tember 24. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller of Emmet and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith of Tekamah. CASH—Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cash of Lynch, a son, Patrick weighing 7 pounds, born recently in Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch. DIX—Mr. and Mrs. William Dix of Butte, a son, Allen, weighing 9 pounds, born recently in Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch. FRIEDRICH — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Friedrich of Lynch, a daughter, Janet, weighing 5 pounds, born recently in Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch. CRAWFORD—Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford of Lynch, a son, Steven, weighing 7 pounds 13 ounces, bom recently in Sacred Heart hospital. Lynch. HARRIS—Mr. and Mrs. Gene Harris of Lynch, a daughter, weighing 4 pounds 12 ounces, born recently in Sacred Heart hospital, Lynch. REGAN—Mr. and Mrs. Sam Regan, a son, Patrick Lee, weighing 7 pounds l\Vz ounces, born Wednesday, September 24, in St. Catherine’s hospital, Om aha. The infant has been named after his grandfather. Mrs. Regan is the former Lois Spittler of Ewing. JOHNSON—Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Johnson of O’Neill, a son, weighing 9 pounds 2Vi ounces, bom Saturday, September 27, in the Lutheran hospital, Norfolk. RENINGER — Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reninger of Columbus, O.. a son, weighing 9 pounds 1 ounce, bom Sunday, September 21. Mr. Reninger is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Reninger and Mrs. Reninger is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter, all of Chambers. This is the couple’s first child. GRENIER—Mr. and Mrs. Vern I,. Grenier of O’Neill, a son, Roy Eugene, weighing 10 pounds 8 ounces, born Friday, September, 28. in the St. Anthony’s hospital; 0”Neill. Roy Eugene is their seventh child. Mrs. Grenier is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lanman of O’Neill. SPRY—Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Spry of O’Neill, a son, weighing 5 pounds 13 ounces, bom Mon day, September 30, in the St. An thony’s hospital, O’Neill. This is their second child. Mrs. Spry is the former Delores Schultz. SICK AND INJURED ^ CHAMBERS— Mrs. Lela Cor coran accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Newnouse and family, who were visiting relatives here, to Lincoln. From there she will go to Omaha for medical care .. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grimes drove to Omaha Saturday to visit their son, Gleason, who is a polio patient at the Childrens’ Memorial Hospital. They report him slightly improved . . . Ever ette Wintermote went to Neligh Monday to consult a doctor . . . Mrs. Nick Schmidt was a patient in the O’Neill hospital a few days the first of the week . • . | Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thomson drove to Sioux City Monday where Mrs. Thomson will have a medical check-uD. They were accompanied by Cleo Alderson and Mrs. Don Dankert who also went for medical check-ups. . . Mrs. John Wintermote returned Sunday from Neligh where she had been staying near her hus band, wjjo is a patient at the Antelope Memorial hospital. His | condition is “slightly improved.” His daughter, Mrs. Herman Cook, remained with him. . . Ralph Brown suffered a broken ankle Monday while rounding up cat tle. The horse he was riding ran into a fence. He was taken to O’Neill for medical attention. . . . Robert Gartner went to Sioux City Monday to have an other X-ray of his ankle. While enroute he became ill and stop ped at Randolph to consult a doctor. He remained overnight and returned home Tuesday. EWING—Mrs. Martha Hill was hospitalized in Norfolk for a few days last week for treatment of a toe injury received some time ago. . . Donald and Gary Black came home Wednesday, September 24, from the Tilden hospital. Gary is convalescing from an operation for appendi citis and Donald from a light at tack of polio. Both are making “satisfactory” progress. . . Mrs Josephine Schieserecke of St. Petersburg, who suffered a stroke two weeks ago, is being cared for at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schrad. . . The condition of Stanley Bartak is reported as “satisfactory” in Our Lady of Lourdes hospital, Norfolk. O’NEILL—Miss Marde Birm ingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Birmingham, submit ted to an appendectomy Sunday evening at St! Joseph’s hospital in Omaha. Miss Birmingham is a sophomore at Duchesne college. Mrs. Birmingham and Miss Lu Birmingham left Sunday evening for Omaha. . . Mrs. Marlin (Le one) Wichman was transferred Wednesday by ambulance from St. Anthony’s hospital to a Nor folk hospital. . . Maurice Cav anaugh was taken to University hospital, Omaha, late Tuesday. He has been suffering a stomach ailment. STUART—Miss Lucille Mitchell had the cast removed from her arm Saturday, September 27, when she was in Omaha. . . N. E. Philbrick of Rapid City, S.D, who was stricken with a paraly tic stroke Thursday, September 25, while visiting here at the home of his son, Ora Philbrick, was taken to the Atkinson hos pital Saturday evening in a ser ious condition. . . Mrs. Max Karo was dismissed from Our Lady of Lourdes hospital, Norfolk, Tues day. LYNCH—Louis Novak caught his right forefinger in a hand corn sheller, cutting it severely. Local doctors dressed the injury for him. . . Mr. and Mrs. Allan Koscan of Butte brought their daughter here to consult doctors who pronounced her fever due to chickenpox. CELIA—Mrs. Gene Livingston, Miss Dorothy Scott and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Dobias visited their father, D. F. Scott, who is in Bassett, Sunday, September 28. He expected to come home this week. DELOIT—Patty Elliot, who has been suffering from polio, was dismissed last week from a Nor folk hospital and was taken to Omaha for further treatment of one of her feet. EDUCATIONAL NEWS Speech for business and pro fessional people, 111 oc. will hold the organizational meeting Monday, October 13, at 7 p.m. in the assembly room in the courthouse. This is a three hour course and is open to any high school graduate. Mr. Henline from Neligh is to be the teacher. The cost is $22.50 plus the cost of books and sup plies.—Alice L. French, county superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. Orville McKim left Friday for a short trip to the Black Hills. They stopped at Edgemont, S.D., to visit their nephew, £Mr. and Mrs. Owen Parkinson and family. They re turned Sunday night. Miss Zittella Keskenholtz, who is employed at the M&M bakery, returned last Thursday from California where she had spent a three weeks vacation. A queue like this one greeted O'Neill bus iness and professional men who were going at full tilt from 1:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the city's first pancake day. There were over 5.000 servings. The event was sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.—The Frontier Photo. HOSPITAL NOTES SACRED HEART (Lynch) In hospital Henry Schock of Naper, medical, condition poor; Charles Luber of Dorsey, med ical, condition unchanged; Mrs. Lewis Coker of O’Neill, medical, satisfactory; John Cerveny of Niobrara, medical, condition the same; John L. Bainbridge of Bristow, medical, condition un changed; Joseph Reiser of Butte, medical, condition poor; WiJmer Landholm of Spencer, medical, condition fair; Carl R. Olson of Bristow, major surgery, condition good; Mrs. Katie Hrbek, of Ver del, medical, improving; Pamela Rihanek of Monowi, medical, good; Mrs. Wayne Cash and ba by boy, Patrick, of Lynch, good; Mrs. William Dix and baby boy. Allen, of Butte, good; Mrs. Ray mond Friedrich and baby girl, Janet, of Lynch, good; Mrs. Wil mer Crawford and baby boy, Steven, of Lynch, good, going home; Mrs. Gene Harris and baby girl of Lynch, good; George Peters of Niobrara, major sur gery, good; Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Gallop of Lynch, medical, condi tion fair; Leslie Jae Vraspir of Gregory, S.D., condition satis factory. Dismissals: September 23 — Mrs. Robert Kirsch of Spencer; Mrs. Gottfrid Danielson of Bris tow; Mrs. William Wilson of Red bird. 24—Mrs. Alvin Vraspir of Gregory, S.D. 27—Baby Donald White of Lynch; Mrs. Emma Quest of Naper; Wallace Mof fett of Lynch. 28 — Mrs. Robert Boettcher of Lynch. ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL (O'Neill) Admissions: September 25 — Mrs. J. L. McCarville, jr., of O’ Neill, obstetrical. 26— Sharleen McClellan of O’Neill, surgical; Mrs. Frank Tracy of Chambers, obstetrical; Mrs. Louise Perkins of Chambers, medical; Mrs. Vern Grenier of O’Neill, obstetrical. 27 —Larry Lieswald of Chambers, orthopedics; Mrs. Nick Schmit of Chambers, obstetrical. 28— Mrs. Marie Karo of Stuart, medical; Mrs. Leona Wichman of O'Neill, medical. 30—Mrs. Bernard Spry of O’Neill, obstetrical: Ralph Brown of Chambers, orthopedics; Billy White of O’Neill, medical. October 1—John Arthur Smith of O’Neill, surgical; W. J. Brown of O’Neill, medical. Dismissals: September 27 — Sharleen McClellan of O’Neill. 29—Mrs. J. L. McCarville, jr., of O’Neill; Mrs. Frank Tracy of Chambers. 33—Mrs. Nick Schmit of Chambers; Mrs. Vern Grenier and son of O’Neill. O’NEILL LOCALS Richard Dean, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Arnie Mace, jr., is visiting this week in Neligh with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brittell. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Miller plan to leave Friday for Belleville, 111., to visit A/3c and Mrs. Duane Miller, and their new grandson, Kenneth Allen. Helen Hines and Cera Corkle spent Friday evening at the home of Carolyn Muff. They spent the evening making fudge. Mrs. H. S. Moses visited her sis ters, Mrs. Cora Brodd and Mirs. Ben Lewis in Wayne county over the weekend. Mrs. Ed Davidson of Casper, Wyo., has been here a week vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Morrison. She returned home Saturday morning. Yule Seal Leaders Meet at Bassett _ j Christmas seal chairmen, coun ty tuberculosis association board and committee members from six Nebraska counties recently attended an all-day meeting at the Bassett hotel in Bassett. The morning session opened with a tribute to the volunteer workers by Lillian Sorenson, field representative, Nebraska Tuberculosis association. “The great strength of the voluntary agencies lies in the fact that every year people like you con tinue to give generously of your time and talents for the better ment of your community,” stated. Miss Sorenson. In the afternoon session, Miss Sorenson and Lester Peterson demonstrated how the Christmas seal helps in the year - around health education program. Those in attendance from Holt were: Mrs. Ballantyne of Page, Mrs. Elgin Ray of O’Neill, Mrs. James Carnev of O’Neill and Mrs. William McIntosh of O’Neill! The meeting was the seventh of a series of meetings conducted over the state this month. The counties represented at this meeting were Rock, Boyd, Holt, Garfield, Brown and Keya Paha. Reception Held for Ewing Teacher Staff EWING— A reception for the teachers in the Ewing public school was held Mondav evening, September 22, at the Ewing Methodist church parlors. A large crowd of patrons and friends was present. All the faculty members are newcomers with the exception of Miss Elsie Chase, principal and commercial instructor, and Miss Lena Baker of Neligh, who teaches mathematics. The newcomers are: Supt Lewis Carter, Coach Dale Van derford, Paul Cooper (who has ___ r j i • « v-tidigc w music aepartment), Miss Ferti Pruden (home eco nomics), Mrs. Amber Schlotman (English). In the grades are Mrs. Cath erine Carlson of Orchard, Mrs. Marie Murphy of Emmet, Miss Altha Lou Miller of Ewing, Mrs. Cleta Murray of O’Neill and Mrs. Elmer Grimm of Page. i __ O'NEILL LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hull, “Grand ma” Sarah Hull, and Billie made an enjoyable drive to Wood Lake Sunday where they visited Mrs. Clyde Hull. Sunday dinner guests at the Clyde Streeter home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farell, Gerald McKnight, Byron Streeter, Mau reen Farrell of Brunswick; Vin cent jr., and Dickie Streeter of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Streeter and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKenzie, jr. Mpnday, Mr. and Mrs. Jack. Bowlby of Lynch visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKenzie, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDermott of Bassett visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. Dom McDer mott Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Marcellus and Carol of Stuart visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Marcellus Friday. Inman Prepares for Fall Festival . O’Neill Saddle Club Will Participate INMAN—The Woman’s Soci ety of Christian Service held its regular meeting Thursday, Sep tember 25, at the Maxcy memor ial addition. The business meet ing was conducted by Mrs. Clar ence Hansen, fall chairman. It was voted to hold the WSCS annual bazaar the same day as the fall festival. Plans were also discussed for the dinner which will be served at the festival by the WSCS. Mrs. Herbert Rouse conducted the devotions. Mrs. L. R. Tompkins, secretary of Chris tian social relations and local church activities, introduced the , guest speaker for the day, Miss Alice French, county superin tendent of schools. Miss French gave an informa tive talk on her work explain ing the various phases, oppor tunities and responsibilities of a county superintendent’s work. Following the meeting refresh ments were served by Mrs. Ira Watson, Mrs. Ralph Moore and Mrs. Romey South. Fourteen members and several guests were present, and three guests became members at this meeting: Mrs. Ray Siders, Mrs. Woodrow Gau ghenbaugh and Mrs. Reynolds. The next meeting will be Thurs day, October 9, and will be a birthday party for members having birthday anniversaries in July, August and September. Plans are being made for the second annual fall festival which will be held in Inman Saturday, October 18. The young adult fel lowship is taking the responsibil ity for arranging the program, community sale, and worship service in the evening. The youth fellowship is planning to build and operate concession stands during the day where candy, popcorn, sandwiches, etc., may be purchased. The day’s activities will con sist of a parade led by the Page high school band and then the O’Neill Saddle club, followed by floats, individual entries— nov elty outfits, bicycles, pets, etc., by the children of the commun ity. The Saddle club will give a demonstration, there will be races, tug-of-war, band concert, and 4-H program. After dinner the program com mittee has arranged for Dwight Dell of Beatrice, non - political candidate for U.S. senator, to speak. A community auction will be the next event of the afternoon. Mrs. Cecil Miller and Mrs. Bill Miller visited Mrs. Cecil Falters in Creighton Monday. TOO LATE TO ClASSIFY FOR SALE: An oil burner with blower. — Ben Franklin store, O’Neill. 22c FOR SALE: A few young reg istered and purebred Hereford cows. See any day but Sunday. —Fay A. Puckett, O’Neill. 22c35 ll Ml———— I—I I ■ Presbyterian Leaders at Ewing Meeting EWING— Out-of-town minis ters and guests attending the 6*7h meeting of the synod of Nebraska held recently at the United Presbyterian church in Ewing wrere: Rev. R. G. Tudor and Nelson Warner, both of Lincoln; Bruce Buchanan of Omaha; Rev. Har old E. Lobaugh of Topeka, Kans.; Paul J. Smith and Rev. L. A. Warren, both of North Bend; W. G. Comie and Rev. R. M. Karr, both of Pawnee City; Rev. Paul II. Sutton and Rev. David Lar sen, both of Minden; Rev. H. B. Hutchinson and Rev. Ray P. Mor ris. both of Murray; .Rev. A. J. Connell of Summerfield, Kans. Rev. Hugh Marsh of Summer field, Kans.; Rev. Paul E. Carson and wife of Canon City, Colo.; Rev. C. H. Pease and wife and | Rev. Elbert L. McCreery and wife, all of Loveland, Colo.; George B. Osterman of Bristol, Colo.; Rev. John Smrdu and Rev. M. E. Edson. both of Pueblo, Colo.; J. E. Work and Eldon L. Bennett, both of Ft. Morgan, Colo.; Miss Esther Jones and Rev. Arne Magnuson, both of Colorado Springs, Colo.; Rev. Robert O. McCastin and Rev. R. S. Macy, both of Torrington, Wyo.; Rev. Harold Larsen of Tellride, Colo.; Dr. A. K. Stew art, Doctor Hussey and Dr. Harp er McKnight, all of Pittsburgh, Pa. While in Ewing, the above were entertained in homes of the members of the United Presby terian church in Ewing. Frontier for printing! Each Farmer Being Contacted by PMA “Every farmer in Holv coun tv is to have an opportunity to cooperate in the 1953 agricultur al conservation program through an on-the-farm visit by the local PMA community committee man," explained Harry E. Res sel. chairman of the Holt produc tion and marketing administra tion. “It is pointed out that the urg ent need to take care of every acre of farmland so that our f->rms will continue to meet the needs of more and more people makes it essential to move ahead in soil and water conservation. This means conservation on more acres that have not been protected and improved in the past and it means more effective use of conservation measures on all farms,” Ressel explained. The agricultural conservation program has proved an effective means of getting farmers to a dopt soil and water conservation practices on their farms. Once practices have become establish ed, it has been encouraging shifts to other needed practices. The aim is to use the limited assist ance available to encourage ancf help farmers with those practices which otherwise would not b«? carried out to the extent and within the time necessary to as sure the nation’s increasing food needs. The 1953 program is centered on the most needed conservation on the the individual farm and ACP assistance will be used only for the most needed prac tices. The farm-to-farm-visits by community committeemen will start October 1. I i i i i II 4 4 ft. * . 4 4 4 4 4 1 I i I ~~ 5 SADDLE ! i tan, red 11 i green | < > < ► < f Win Family’s Vote for Deep Down Comfort! I > Platform 3995 * i ROCKERS Bi 69.95 Value i ^ # Tufted Backrest Is Shaped for Relaxing 1,25 p€r week' Payable monthly | • Buoyant Coil Spring Filled Seat Cushion Come fhe $tore Qnd try ^ • Latex-Impregnated Hairflex Cushioning rccker for comfort supreme! g " • Washable Pantasote Plastic Covering Glides when you rock on special T C Double Spring Seat, No-Sag Spring Supports double coil rocker springs! ■ ^ | . -—. t always mum suys < W ~ ~~ .. .. . XI XI -,***»* o O wwx NO.' OF course^® YOU'LL PUT IT UP IN W CURLERS EVERY Nk2KT / SO IT ISN’T THE LONG, J /L ^stringy kind/ ~y m PUBLIC AUCTION We will offer our personal property at public auction, at the old S. O. Campbell place, located one-half mile south and 3% miles west of’Page. oft— FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 INCLUDING: 55 Head of Cattk Complete Line of Farm Machinery Good household Furniture, Etc. WM. & GEORGE FINK, Owners CoL Ed Thorin of O'Neill. Fanner* State Bank Col. But Wanser of Page, Ewing, Auctioneers Clerk 1C A SILVER CaI JvDOLLARS^v Given A way This Week I SHEIHAMER FOODS I Groc. Ph.—56 O’NEILL, NEBR. Prod. Ph.—173 I I SUPER SPECIAL SWIFT’NING 75c I For 3-Lb. Can SUPER SPECIAL SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 39c For 2-Lb. Box S SUPER SPECIAL SUGAR 98c For 10-Lb. Bag ■— ■ SUPER SPECIAL • MABELLE OLEO 50c For 3 — 1-Lb. Ctns. ■ Prices Effective Oct. 2d, 3d, 4th, 1952 I I $500 ™ DiscouiH $5 0™ I M This discount applies to all feeds purchased this week, regardless I of the amount of feed purchased. Save 25c per 100 pounds by I g buying this week!