The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 30, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 12, Image 12

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McDONALD—Maj. and Mrs. E.
D. McDonald of St. Louis, Mo., a
daughted, weighing 6 pounds 7
ounces, bom Tuesday, October
21. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Butler of
Ewing are maternal grandparents.
WILLIS—Mr. and Mrs. George
Willis of Butte, a daughter, Mary
Jo, weighing 6 pounds 13 ounces,
born recently in Sacred Heart
hospital, Lynch. The mother has
been released from the hospital
but the baby was detained in the
nursery.
KJTTO—Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kitto of Bloomfield, a son, Rich
ard Paul, weighing 9 pounds 1
ounce, bom recently in Sacred
Heart hospital, Lynch.
LOUKOTA — Mr. and Mrs.
Jerald Loukota of Gross, a son,
weighing 6 pounds 10 ounces,
bom recently in Sacred Heart
hospital, Lynch.
KRAFT—Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Kraft of Scottsbluff, a daughter,
Karen Faye, weighing 8 pounds
and 8 ounces, bom Wednesday,
October 22, at Scottsbluff. Mrs.
Kraft is the former Joyce Her
rick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Herrick of Stuart.
SHANE—Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Shane of LaGrange, 111., a son,
Douglas Charles, weighing almost
7 pounds, bom “Friday, October
24. Mrs. Shane is the former
FYedda Pettijohn, daughter of
Mrs. Clara Pettijohn of Stuart.
PRIBIL—Mr. and Mrs. Frelent
Pribil of O’Neill, a daughter,
Weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces, born
Sunday, October 26, in St. An
thony’s hospital, O’Neill.
RUST—Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Rust of Butte, a son, weighing 6
pounds 6 ounces, bom Monday,
October 27, at St. Anthony’s hos
pital. O’Neill.
CONWAY—Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Conway of O’Neill, a son, weigh
ing 8 pounds 3 ounces, born
Tuesday, October 28, in the St.
Anthony’s hospital, O’Neill.
RETURNS FROM NYC
Miss Alice L. French, Holt
county superintendent, has re
turned from New York City after
attending the seventh national
conference of county and rural
area superintendents, which was
held on October 12-15. Follow
ing the conference, Miss French
took an extended trip before re
turning home.
Just received: Another ship
ment of those famous "Verla
Aid" orthopedic innerspring mat
tresses, 510 coils, 10-year guar
antee. $69.00 value—Only $39.95.
Gambles, ONeill, 26g
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TOO LATE TO CIASSIFY
WANTED TO BUY: Alfalfa hay;
first, second or third cuttings;
baled or in the stack. Write to:
R. J. Thompson, general deliv
ery, O’Neill. 26p35
CARD OF THANKS
I WISH to thank all my friends
and relatives for the cards and
letters sent me while I was in
St. Catherine’s hospital, Oma
ha. I appreciate your thought
fulness. Again thanks!
—KENNETH ELLSTON.
26p5G
(First pub. October 30, 1952)
JuTus D. Cronin, Attorney
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate No. 3859
In the County Court of Holt
County, Nebraska, October 28,
1952. In the matter of the Estate
of Charley Ross, Deceased.
CREDITORS of said estate are
hereby notified that the time
limited for presenting claims
against said estate is February
20, 1953, and for the payment of
debts is October 28, 1953, and
that on November 20, 1952, and
on February 21, 1953, at 10
o’clock A.M., each day, I will be
at the County Court Room in
said County to receive, examine,
hear, allow, or adjust all claims
and objections duly filed.
LOUIS W. REIMER
County Judge.
(COUNTY COURT SEAL) 26-28c
SICK AND INJURED
O’NEILL—Kenneth Ellston re
turned Monday to his duties at
the Harry R. Smith Implements.
He returned to O’Neill Friday
after having been hospitalized
in Omaha nine days . .. Mrs. Jack
Taylor was seriously ill last week
. . . Mrs. John Matthews’ condi
tion is “good’’ in a Norfolk hos
pital. . . William (“Bill”) Ross. 52,
was taken to a Grand Island hos
pital late Wednesday, believed to
be suffering from polio. How
ever, he was released Friday. His
illness was diagnosed as a stroke.
He wras partially paralized. . .
Mrs. John Schmidt went to Oma
ha Wednesday to get her daugh
ter - in - law, Mrs. Raymond
Schmidt, of Atkinson who has
been released from the hospital
. . . Mrs. Lawrence Jonas, a pa
tient in St. Josepr’s hospital, Om
aha, is in “good condition” and
expects to be released the latter
part of this week. She will re
main at the home of her brother
in Omaha until she is strong
enough to endure the trip home
. . .Mrs. Alex Borg of O’Neill is
reported to have improved in con
dition in Our Lady of Lourdes
hospital, Norfolk. . . Milton Suit
er is in “good” condition in Our
Lady of Lourdes hospital, Nor
folk.
CH AMBERS—Mrs. Ruby Mar
tin, who has been a patient at
the University hospital in Om
aha, was dismissed Sunday, Oc
tober 26, and is convalescing at
the home of her son-in-law and
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Clvde
Elkins, at Oakland. . . Dean Elk
ins had the misfortune to break
a bone in his ankle Saturday
when he stepped into a hole. He
was in the St. Anthony’s hospi
tal until Sunday afternoon . .
Mrs. George C. Smith, who has
been hospitalized at Omaha and
Tilden hospitals, returned home
Monday. . . Mrs. Fred Smith
went to Norfolk Tuesday to sub
mit to a major operation on Wed
nesday. . . Mrs. Marion Meyers
and baby daughter returned
home Monday from the Antelope
Memorial hospital at Neligh.
LYNCH — Billy Teadtke was
absent from school the first of
last week with a stomach ail
ment. . . Judith Sinclair, daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs. Bud Sinclair
of Bristow, was brought to the
hospital here Friday morning. . .
Jerry Sixta has been absent from
the iHC shop for the second week
suffering with throat trouble.
He is “improved.” . . .Mr. and
Mrs. John Pinkerman returned
Thursday from Omaha 'where Mr.
Pinkerman had been consulting
specialists about his health. On
Saturday, October 25, Virgil
Pinkerman took them back to
Omaha for an extended stay dur
ing which time Mr. Pinkerman
will take treatments at the Meth
odist hospital there,
AMELIA—Lance Withers has >
been on the sick list and has been
staying at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Don Frisch, in Atkinson
to be near a doctor. . . . Richard
(“Dick”) Kaiser is now living at
a boarding house in Burwell.
Mrs. Kaiser, who is ill, has been
there for some time. Mr. Kaiser
expects to go to Omaha or Sa
vannah. Mo., soon to be treated
for skin cancer on the face. . .
Oscar Peterson and son, Donnie,
accompanied by Larry Kennedy,
went to Lincoln Monday where
Donnie was to receive further
treatment for his back.
PAGE—Supt. Ralph Brostrom
attended the teachers’ convention
at Hastings and visited over the
weekend at Grand Island. Mrs.
Brostrom, who had spent two
weeks there following an opera
tion, returned home with him.
The baby son remained with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Con
rad Benner. . . Mrs. Frank Sny
der has left St. Francis hospital
and is staying in Grand Island.
Her condition is good. . . Gus
Hesse, a patient in the Lutheran
hospital, Norfolk, is reported
“improving.”
EWING—Mr. and Mrs. Leland
Welke and Kermit Jefferies
spent last Thursday in Sioux
City to be with R. H. Jefferies,
father of Mrs. Welke and Mr.
Jefferies, who underwent sur
gery at the St. Joseph’s hospital
at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Welke
and Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Jef
feries visited R. H. Jefferies at
the hospital again on Sunday. . .
Mrs. Hannah Tuttle is showing
improvement at her home and is
able to be up part time. She re
cently suffered a heart attack.
EMMET—Mrs James Kendall
and son, Randall Lee, left the
O’Neill hospital Monday, Octo
ber 20, and spent a week with
Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly of
O’Neill. They returned home Sat
urday, October 25. . . There was
no school at the district 20 Em
met school Wednesday, October
22, because of the illness of the
teacher. Miss Helen Martens. . .
\lex McConnell of Emmet was
sick with the influenza all last
week.
DELOIT—Vincent Taylor, who
was seriously injured Monday
evening, October 20, when he hit
the “dead end” on the county
line, was moved from the Neligh
hospital to Omaha last Thursday.
. . . Ferdinand Hupp, jr., who
suffered a broken hip over two
weeks ago, was moved from the
Neligh hospital to the Grand Is
land hospital on Wednesday . . .
Elayne Reimer underwent a ton
silectomy at Norfolk last Thurs
I day.
SOUTH OF STUART—Mr. and
Mm. Arthur Givens went to
Grand Island Sunday to see their
daughter, Lois, who is a polio pa
tient at St. Francis hospital. They
report Lois is “improving” and
was able to sit in a wheel chair
for an hour Sunday.
INMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Milo
Gorgen and Mrs. Dana Lines re
turned Tuesday evening, Octbber
21, from Rochester, Minn., where
Mrs. Gorgen had received med
ical treatment.
ROCK FALLS—Anna Brown
and Mrs. Albert Widtfeldt and
children, Norma Jane and Jimmy,
left Sunday night for Omaha
where the Widtfeldt children will
go to a clinic.
BUTTE—Charles Tomek, the
Boyd county clerk, has been re
leased from a Lincoln hospital
and is now recuperating at the
home of relatives in Lincoln. Mr.
Tomek suffered a heart attack
several weeks ago.
ATKINSON—Mrs. Cecil Bogue
has “improved” in condition in
Our Lady of Lourdes hospital,
Norfolk.
HOSPITAL NOTES
SACRED HEART (Lynch)
Admissions: Charles Luber of
Dorsey, medical, condition un
changed; John Cerveny of Nio
brara, medical, condition good:
John L. Bainbridge of Bristow,
medical, condition the same;
Harvey L. Wickersham of Lynch,
medical, good; Miss Vlasta Cizek
of Spencer, major surgery, condi
tion good; Frank Viktora of
Fairfax, S.D., admitted as med
ical; Darrell Rihanek of Monowi,
major surgery, up and. around;
Mrs. Bemardine Dopheide of
Butte, medical, slightly improv
ed; Mrs. George Willis of Butte
and baby girl, good, mother was
dismissed Monday, baby remain
ed in nursery; Mrs. Herbert Kitto
of Bloomfield and baby boy,
good; Mrs. Jerald Loukota of
Gross and baby boy, good; Mrs.
Joseph Pfeifer of Spencer, med
ical, condition the same; William
Boettcher of Fairfax, S.D., med
ical, improving; Mrs. Mary Eliz
abeth Gallop of Lynch, medical,
good; Mrs. William Green of Nio
brara, medical, improving; Ed
ward Prokop of Spencer, to be
transferred to Grand Island hos
pital.
Dismissals: October 21— Mrs.
Max Berger of Niobrara. 22 —
George Prokop of Spencer; Peg
gy Stanek of Spencer; Maude
Johnson of Spencer; Mrs. Albert
Miller of Lynch; Mrs. Cecil Fer
nen of Soencer. 23—Gayle Rod
ney Boucher of Naper; Alfred
Boucher of Naper; Miss Agnes
Langen of Spencer; Kay McPuis
tan of Spencer. 24—Baby Donald
White of Lynch; Leslie Vraspir
of Gregory, S.D. 25—Mrs. Wil
liam Wilson of Redbird; Wilmer
Landholm of Spencer. 26—Baby
Dale Neumiller of Naper; Ed
ward Simpson of Verdel, station
ed at U.S. navy auxiliary air sta
tion, Kingsville, Tex.; Betty Jean
Hornback of Spencer; Judith
Ann Sinclair of Bristow; Mrs.
Everett Breyer and baby girl of
Naper; Edward Roeder of Fair
fax, S.D.
ST. ANTHONY'S (O'Neill)
Admissions: October 22—Mrs.
John Harbottle of O’Neill; Helen
Harty of O’Neill. 23—LeRoy Ly
ons of O’Neill'; Alta Mae Lyons
of O’Neill; Mrs. Alvin Miller of
O’Neill. 24 — Dorothy Lee of
Brownlee. 25 — David Roby of
Ewing; Mrs. Lenna Wolfe of O’
Neill; Dean Elkins of Chambers.
26—Glenn Ridgeway of O’Neill;
Mrs. Frelent Pribil of O’Neill. 27
—Mrs. Willard Rust of Butte;
Harry Smith of ONeill. 28—Mrs.
Ray Conway of O’Neill; R. P.
Hamilton of Spencer; Sharon
Wagnon of Emmet.
Dismissals: October 22 — Leo
Vandersnick of Ewing; James
Tangeman of Chambers. 24 —
Mrs. Emil Adamson of O’Neill;
LeRoy Lyons of O’Neill; Alta
Mae Lyons of ONeill; Dorothy
Lee of Brownlee. 25—Joe Musil
of O’Neill; Arthur Miller of
Chambers; Mrs. H. D. Matschul
lat and baby boy of O’Neill; Mrs.
Clarence Layh and baby boy of
of ONeill. 26—Mrs. Joe Schmitz
of Petersburg; Dean Elkins of
Chambers; Mrs. Robert Stevens
of O’Neill. 27—Mrs. Ted Tomjack
and baby girl of Chambers. 23—
Harry R. Smith of O’Neill.
Still in hospital: W. J. Brown
of O’Neill: Mrs. Louise Perkins
of Chambers: John Arthur Smith
of O’Neill; Mrs. Nellie Dvorak of
Central City.
Carnival Staged
at Ewing Hiah —
EWING — The Ewing public
school held a school carnival on
Wednesday evening, October 29
Some of the highlights were mus
ical numbers, vocal and instru
mental, a faculty boxing match,
an auction of donated articles and
lunch in the orange and black din
in^ room.
All proceeds from this gals
went to the athletic and home
making departments to be used
for needed accessories.
Frontier for printing!
1,200 Cattle Today—Market Stronger
• Around 1,200 head of callle are expected today (Thursday) at
our regular weekly sale. This probably will be the second
largest run of the season. The market is stronger than a week ago.
There will be numerous load lots of yearling steers and calves
In addition there will be the usual run of butcher cattle.
• Hog sale will start promptly at noon, selling all kinds. Please
have your consignments in early.
O’NEILL LIVESTOCK MARKET
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUY YOUR ALFALFA SEED
Range, Graham, Cosac, Dak. 12
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Neligh Warriors
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Register Easy 38-19
Triumph
The O’Neill high school Eagles
Wednesday night, October 22, i
walloped the Neligh Warriors, 38
19, and thereby kept their perfect
record for the season intact.
O’Neill’s triumph in the ancient
rivalry enabled the Eagles to re
tain for the second straight year
The Frontier-Neligh News travel
ing trophy. Winner of the trophy
three successive years entitles
permanent possession. During the
first two years of the trophy’s
existance it was claimed by Ne
ligh, the past two years by O’
Neill. The Blues led the Warriors
18-0 at the half. With only seven
minutes remaining, the Blues led
38-6. Kilcoin went on a 45-yard
junket after he had taken a pass
from Dave Eby.
O’Neill’s first tally came after
Carroll had hustled the ball from
the 42-yard-marker to the 2.
Booth bucked it over. Eby then
plunged from the 1 for the second
TD. A pass, Eby to Seger, setup
the third touchdown as the first
half ended.
Carroll rambled 55 yards to
score to open the second half. An
Eagle fumble on the 1 was con
verted by the Warriors.
Two of Neligh’s TD’s were set
up against the O’Neill reserves,
largely sparked by hardrunning
of Halfback Rice.
It was Neligh’s homecoming. A
queen was crowned and a dance
and parade were other features.
The Eagles will go to Valentine
BUYS BUSINESS
Max Berger, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Berger near Opportun
ity, has purchased a tavern in
Niobrara, formerly operated by
Joe Tighe. He will take posses
sion November 1. At one time
Mr. Berger operated a cafe in
O’Neill.
Bowling League
(Week of October 20 to 23)
The men’s league is in its sec
ond week of bowling. It was de
cided at the bowling meeting that
the oificial wins and losses would
not be figured until three weeks
of the league have been com
pleted. The handicap will then
be figured from the three week’s
average.
The honorable mentions for the
first week of bowling are: Harold
Calkins, high single game of 241
and high single series of 548;
high team game went to M&M
cafe with 848, and high team se
ries was taken by Coast-to-Coast
with 2,201.
There was only one bowler with
a “200” game; Harold Calkins,
241.
Those having a “500” single se
ries were: Harold Calkins, 541;
Charles Porter, 515, and Charles
Campbell, 504.
Frontier for printing!
75th Anniversary
Is Noted —
AMELIA — Mrs. Delia Ernst
was guest of honor at a party on
Tuesday evening, October 21, at
the home of Mrs. Stella Sparks.
It was in observance of her 75th
birthday anniversary. The eve
ning was spent playing games and
visiting.
Those present were: Mrs. Ralph
Rees, Mrs. Beryl Waldo, Mrs.
Frank Pierce, Mrs. Tom Doolittle,
Mrs. Gertie Adair, Mrs. Ray An
dersen, Mrs. Blake Ott, Mrs. Em
ma Lindsey and Florence, Mrs.
Alice Prewitt, Janice and Sharon.
A lunch of sandwiches, cake
and coffee was served. Mrs. Er
nst received several gifts.
COYOTES WIN
CHAMBERS— The Chambers
high Coyotes, six-man football
crew, walloped two foes recently.
On Friday, October 10, they
blasted Brunswick, 48 - 0, a‘«
Brunswick, and administered a
31-6 shellacking to Meadow
Grove on Friday, October 17, at
Meadow Grove.
Fractures Arm in
Bleacher Fall—
Maurice McKamy, 12, suffered
last Thursday a compound frac
ture of the left arm in a fall frrom
the bleachers at a football game
at Norfolk between St. Mary’s
and Sacred Heart. The fractured
bone punctured the flesh. He wag
rushed to Our Lady of Lourdeg
hospital by Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Muff, an uncle and aunt who had
attended the game. The arm was
put into a cast.
Betty McKamy, 18, has recent
ly been released from Our Lady
of Lourdes hospital at Norfolk
after an appendectomy. Maurice
and Betty are children of Mr. and
Mrs. Lyndon H. McKamy, who
were fatally hurt in an auto ac
cident on June 22 near Central
City.
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Just received: Another ship
ment of those famous "Veria
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tresses, 510 coils, 10-year guar
antee. $69.00 value—Only $39.95.
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O'NEILL
Prices Effective Thurs., Fri., Sat., Oct. 30, 31, Nov. 1 ^ I
OUR FAMILY—Golden No. 303 Cans
CORN.3 for 53c
SEEDLESS
RAISINS 2-lb. cello 33c
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OUR FAMILY
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