The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 02, 1952, Page 3, Image 3

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    200 Attend Page
Teacher Reception
Band Collection Now
at $167 Mark
PAGE — A reception for the
town and rural teachers was
held at the Page high school
auditorium Friday evening. A
round 200 attended. It was spon
sored by the King’s Daughters
and the WSCS of the Methodist
The program included several
selections by the Page band; in
vocation, by Rev. C. E. Wilcox;
piano solo, by Bette French;
black face act, by Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Stauffer and Mr. and
Mrs. Dale Stauffer; reading, by
Mrs. C. E. Walker; hill billy
band, by seniors; introduction by
president of school board, Otto
Terrill teachers of district No.
2; introduction of county super
intendent, Alice French, rural
teachers; piano solo, by Faye
Irene Ballantyne; song, trio, by
Anna May Wiseman, Ruth Parks
and Lois Miller, accompanied by
Thelma Summers; saxaphone
duet, by Walter Rutherford and
Larry Taylor, accompanied by
Thelma Summers.
Pantomime, “The Marriageable
Daughters,” given by the follow
ing cast—“young bachelor,” Rose
Heiss; “mother of seven daugh
ters” — Maude Harper; daugh
ters—Ruth Stevenson, Lola Sor
ensen, Blanche Wilcox, Dona
Trowbridge, Donna Beelaert,
Margaret Kelly and Lillian
Brostrom; duet, by Lois Miller
and Gerry Terrill, accompanied
by Ruth Parks; Oriental music,
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by Walter Hunt and Ralph BrOs
trom; piano number, by Rev. C.
E. Wilcox.
A collection for the Page band
uniforms amounted to $167.74.
Other Page News
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nissen left
last Thursday morning for Sid
ney to visit their son, Milton
Nissen. and family. They will
also visit at the home of their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Esmond Weber, and family
at Denver, Colo., and on their
return home will visit their son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Lem Webb, and son at Mit
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Parks and
family of O’Neill and Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Parks and daughter
visited Sunday afternoon at the
home of their uncle, George
Parks. They Wayne Parks fam
ily has been living in New Mex
ico and is moving to Long Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Appleby
and son of Inman, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Nissen and son of O’Neill
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Asher
and son of Page were dinner
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Asher.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Max, sr., of
Omaha spent from Saturday un
til Sunday visiting at the home
of their son, Carl Max, jr., and
Mr. and Mrs. LaVem Stevens
and family and Mr. and Mrs. :
Robert Stevens and son of O’- j
Neill were dinner guests Sunday !
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stevens.
The Royal Neighbor Kensing
ton met with Mrs. Henry Fick
hoff Wednesday afternoon, Sep
tember 24- A covered dish lunch
was served. Seven members were
Mrs. Leonard Heiss was host
ess to the Just-a-Mere club Fri
day afternoon with eight mem
bers present. Mrs. Eva Pugh of
Los Angeles, Calif., was a guest.
In observance of the birthday
anniversaries of Neven Ickes, .ir.,
and William Park, which occur
red this week, Mr. and Mrs. R.
F. Park entertained at a dinner
Sunday the following guests:
Mr. and Mrs. William Park and
daughters. Shirley and Sharon.
Neven Ickes, ir., Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Trowbridge of Plain
view and Ronald Park. Most of
the group went to PTainview in
the afternoon to visit Mrs. Neven
Ickes, jr., and baby.
A prenuptial shower for Miss 1
Dolores Kemper held in the
Methodist church parlors Satur
day afternoon was attended by
over 50. Out-of-town guests were
Mrs. J. C. Parker, Mrs. Homer
Ernst and daughter, Iona Lou,
and Mrs. Ed Leach of Orchard
and Mrs. Harry Sparrow of Or
chard. Miss Kemper received
many gifts. Lunch was served by
the following committee, Mes
dames Robert Gray, Herbert
Steinberg, C. E. Walker, Jesse
Kelly, Harold Heiss, William
Simmons, George Clasey, Ralph
Larson and William Buxton.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Trow
bridge and Mrs. R. F. Park drove
to Winside on Sunday evening,
where they attended the wed
ding of the latter’s nephew, Eld
on C. Woods, to Miss Geraldine
Swanson. The ceremony took
place at the Trinity Lutheran
church at 7 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Copes re
turned home last week aftei
spending three weeks visiting
relatives and friends at Polk and
Lincoln. Mrs. Gilbert Lampshire
brought them to Page and she
took her mother, Mrs. J. R.
Russell, to her home at Polk for
A short visit.
A family reunion was held at
Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfons
X’eelaert, ir. and family west of
C'rchard Sundav. A no-host din
Mpr was sewed Others present
^ere Mrs. Alfons Beeiaert, sr., of
fewing, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
[Bohn of Deloit. Mr. and Mrs.
'Walter Christon, Dick and Cath
erine, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beel
Sert and family and Mr. and Mrs.
j rQe Beeiaert and family, all of
°T|c, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon
Harper. Sandra and Jeanette of
O’Neill Mrs Anna Beeiaert,, Mr.
and Mrs Lee Beeiaert. and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beeiaert and
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Beeiaert and con all of FTgin,
Mr^. Richard Ganskow of Neligh,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Prellwitz of
Omah? and James Bartak of
Enrolls in Music—
Miss Patricia Brennan, daugh
ter of Mrs. F. M. Brennan, is
now a student at the Minneapo
lis, Minn., college of music. Until
recently she has been located at
Kansas City, Mo.
dred and sixty horses with men and women
riders performed in the first annual saddle club
roundup held here Sunday, September 21. The
Circle C club of Stuart is shown (above) in a
square dance routine witnessed by more than a
thousand persons in Carney park.—The Frontier
Bud Staples and
Friend Arrive
CELIA—Bud Staples, who for
merly lived near Atkinson but
now lives in Spokane, Wash.,
and Orin Geesey of Spokane,
arrived early Sunday morning at
the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Bob Reiser, and family of Butte.
Others there for dinner were
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Staples of
O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Huop.
Mr. and Mrs. David Rahn and
daughters, Mr. and Mrs. James
Hupp and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Orville Orr and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Hendricks and family. Open
house was held in the afternoon
and evening and around 50
friends gathered to visit with
Mr. Staples. He and Mr. Geesey
left Monday morning, September
29, for Hebron and other places
where they will visit friends and
relatives. They plan to be home
by October 7.
Mrs. Joe Hendricks and Nina
stayed at the Reiser home till
after her father left. Her broth
er-in-law, Bob Reiser, brought
them home.
Other Celia New*
Mrs. Hans Lauridsen and Le
Roy visited Mrs. William Cole
man last Thursday afternoon.
Paul Johnson was a Tuesday
morning, September 23, visitor at
the Hans Lauridsen home,
t Mr. and Mrs. Ted Baumeister
i and son, Clayton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Beck were Sunday, Sep
tember 28, dinner guests at the
Alex Forsythe home.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton McKath
nie and son, Darrel, were Thurs
day evening, September 25, sup
per guests at the Ray Pease
Denton Colfack was a dinner
guest at the Clarence Focken
home Sunday, September 28,
honoring Paul’s birthday anni
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lauridsen
and sons spent Sunday, Septem
ber 28, with her father, Charles
Johnson, in Sutton.
Mrs. Maty Lange and son, Ira,
also Laura Lange of Sutton were
visitors last Thursday evening at
the Hans Lauridsen home.
Alex Forsythe was a visitor
last Thursday evening at the O.
A. Hammerberg home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendricks
were supper guests last Thursday
evening at the Clarence Ernst
home near O’Neill. That evening
about 30 friends gathered at the
Ernst home for a charivari which
was followed by a shower. The
young couple , received many
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Samms,
Diane, Carla and Dick of Wich
ita, Kans., arrived Saturday,
September 27, for a visit with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
Connie Frickel' took a carload
of Atkinson football players to
Valentine for a game Friday
evening, September 26. Valentine
Miss Alice French, Holt coun
tv superintendent of schools, vis
ited district 147 recently. Leone
Beckwith is teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lauridsen
and LeRov visited the Aaron
Lanee horn® Monday evening,
September 22.
Bill Obermire was a Friday
morning visitor at the Hans
Lauridsen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Storjohann
of Spencer were Sunday, Sep
tember 21, supper guests at the
Hans Lauridsen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chaffin
and Frances were O’Neill visit
ors Saturday and supper guests
at the Mark Hendricks home.
Charles and Edith Chaffin at
tended a 4-H meeting and came
home with the Hendricks family
for supper.
Ray and David Phipps were
Saturday visitors at the Robert
Hendricks home.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hendricks
were dinner guests at the Lloyd
McDowell home last Thursday.
Mrs. Allen Marquardt. of Nor
folk came up Wednesday, Sep
tember 24, with friends and re
turned last Thursday evening
after visiting relatives, the
Frickel families.
Mrs. Gene Livingston spent
Saturday night with Mrs. Feme
Livingston and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Beck and
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dobrovolny
and Stanley and Deloris return
ed Monday night from a trip to
Buhl, Ida.
Mrs. O. A. Hammerberg at
tended a northeast district sem
inar of the WSCS in O’Neill on
Tuesday, September 23. The
theme of the session was “Pro
claim the Good News.” Others
attending from Atkinson were
Mrs. E. G. Hughes, Mrs. Lewis
Humphrey and Mrs. Fred Dunn.
Mrs. W. B. Landrum of Little
Rock, Ark., gave the main ad
dress. Her text was taken from
Joel 3:13. She said, “We are the
ones in the dark, not Africa, We
stand in the valley of decision
today. Africa is one of the hottest
spots in the world today. We
must make for the things that
belong to peace.”
Mrs. Archie Constable, who
had been visiting the D. F. Scott
family, left Thursday morning,
September 25, for her home in
Worthington, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hammer
berg were O’Neill visitors last
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Poynts
were Saturday supper guests at
the Robert Hendricks home.
Emil Colfack was a Sunday
morning visitor at the O. A.
Hammerberg home.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mitchell,
Ronnie and Sharon were Sunday
afternoon visitors at the Emil
Colfack home.
Bible study classes were held
as usual Friday evening, Sep
tember 26, at Hillside chapel.
Afterward about 50 persons who
had attended the services gath
ered at the Robert Hendricks
home for a charivari for Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hendricks, who were
married September 1 at Milton
vale, Kans.
Sunnyside 4-H club held its
achievement day meeting at the
Clarence Focken home Friday,
September 26. Forty-one persons
were prseent.
Duane Beck helped Emil Col
fack with work on his dam Sun
day afternoon, September 28.
Mr. and Mrs. George Beck,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Baumeister and
son, Clayton, of O’Neill, also Alex
Forsythe visited the Ray Pease
family Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heiser and
son. Gerald, were Wednesday,
September 24, visitors at the Du
ane Beck home.
Herman Disterhaupt is visiting
his sister, Mrs. Perry Terwilliger,
and family.
Mrs. Connie Frickel, Ronnie,
Caroline and Gerald were Sun
day hftemoon visitors at the Ray
Pease home.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pease and
family and her aunt, Mrs. Thel
ma Traney, and uncle, Ed Hagen
sick, of O’Neill visited the Ray
Pease family Wednesday, Sep
tember 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Terwilliger
and son, Johnny Ray, were Sun
day dinner guests at the Joe
Disterhaupt, sr., home..
Anniversary Dinner—
Monday night John R. Osen
baugh was honored on his birth
day anniversary by a party giv
en at his home. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ralya,
Mrs. Addie Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.
Lowell Culver, Verle Ralya and
Diane McAdams.
Lynch Pair Wedded
Half - Century
LYNCH—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stanek celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary Tuesday,
September 16. They visited at the
Joe Rihanek home and motored
to Norfolk to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Drobny
of Verdigre also visited them.
On Choir Tour—
Miss Lois Harder, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Harder, is
one of the 551 students attending
Hastings college this year. Miss
Harder, a music major, is a mem
ber of the Hastings college tour
ing choir, Chi Omega Psi society,
and Mrs. Jack Dailey of
and a Taylor hall resident.
Col ege Students
Visit Here —
Allen Martin, who attends
Wayne State Teachers’ college,
and Verl Morey of Wayne spent
September 23 and 24 with iMrs.
Henry Martin and attended the
St. Anthony’s hospital dedication
ceremonies. Allen returned for
the weekend to attend the Iler
Urlaub wedding at St. Patrick’s
on Saturday.
Spend Weekend Here—
Mr. and Mrs. John Cuddy of
Sioux Falls, S.D., spent the
weekend at the home of Mrs.
Cuddy’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Stanton. Mr. Stanton had
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cud
dy at Sioux Falls the previous
week and he returned home with
them. f
Grand Champion 2-Year-Old
Quarter Horse
at Wyoming Stale Fair of 1952
Will Be Shown
at the
Stuart Horse Sale
Sat., Oct. 4, 1952
• This horse has been pur
chased by local interests
and will be for service here
next year.
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. . DANCE ..
American Legion Auditorium
Saturday, October 4th
Music by
Admission: Adults, 75c; Students, 50c |
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Organized 1889 Home Office: Omaha
See Yoar Local Agent
C. E. YANTZI, Agent
bOic SALE!
HAVING DECIDED to leave O'Neill and move to Oklahoma.
I will hold a Public Auction at the residence located
2 blocks west and 2 blocks south of the state garage, on—
1:30 PJM.
Household Goods
Washing Machine Studio Couch
Double Tubs 2—Lamps
Gas Stove 3—Chairs
Refrigerator Baby Stroller
Bedroom Suite Boodle Buggy
Double Door Steel Baby Tenda
Cupboard Teeter-Babe
Medicine Cabinet 8x10 Kitchen Rug
Oil Burner 7x9 Kitchen Rug
Walter Lyons, Owner
Auctioneer Clerk
— Atkinson, Nebr. —
— also —
I Fri., Sat. Oct. 3-4
Suxu, Mon., Tues. Oct. 5-6-7
Wed.. Thurs. Oct. 8-9
I Thank You!
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we established in O’Neill three years
ago, has been sold to ROY HUGHES of
Abilene, lex., effective Wednesday,
October 1st. I want to express my sin
cerest thanks for the splendid patronage
you have provided.
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