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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1952)
County Attorney William W. Griffin ex
plains court files and procedures with a cluster
of student government "county attorneys'" (read
ing clockwise): James Stewart of Page (lower
left, head visible above fur collar), Sharon Bige
low of Stuart, Marilyn Kramer of St. Joseph's
(Atkinson), Mr. Griffin, Donald Atkinson of
Chambers, next boy unidentified, Carolyn Wat
son of Inman, Marilyn Weyrich of Ewing and
Emily Verzani of St. Mary's (O'Neill). The lat
ter two girls have their backs to the camera.—
The Frontier Photo.
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Holl county's supervisors — (lefl-io-nght)
H. W. Hubbard, A. M. Batenhorst, Fred Cronk,
Alex Frickel and Kenneth Waring—aid perplexed
Cornhusker boys' and girls' county government
‘‘officials" in practical lessons Monday at the
xxxirthouse. The "officers for a day", all "super
visors", are (clockwise, beginning with girl in
left foreground): Marilyn Walter of Chambers,
Robert Mullen of St. Mary's (O'Neill), William
Kollman of St. Joseph's (Atkinson), Fred Dobro
volny of Atkinson, Larry David of Inman, War
ren Seger of O'Neill, Buelah Miller of Page.—The
STUART—Mrs. Wilfred Seger,
Don DeCosta and Lawrence Ha
smik took the Stuart high school
. junior boys and girls who were
elected to office for county gov
• emment day, to O’Neill on
They were: LeRoy Frohman,
j register of deeds; Dennis Brew
ster, clerk of the district court;
Mary Ann Allyn, commissioner;
Marg Weichman, veterans’ ser
vice officer; Leola Weichman,
treasurer; Norma Norton, assist
ance officer; Marilyn Delosh,
county agent; Lois Finch, clerk;
Marvin Mitchell, assessor; Shar*
on Bigelow, attorney; Karla
King, superintendent; Wilma
Kaup, judge; Dick Shald, sheriff.
Sewing Hints Used
for RoU Call —
JEWING—Seek and Share club
met Tuesday, October 14, at the
tiome of Mrs. Duane Jensen. Four
teen members answered roll call
with a sewing hint, A lesson on
odor scheme and draperies was
presented by Mrs. Archie J<3hn
ston and Mrs. Duane Jensen. On.
adjournment a luncheon was
served by the hostess. The next
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Lynn Fry on November 11.
Each member is to bring material
for sample drapery*, a gift with a
decal stamped on it and a baby
pirture o f themselves, also
something for a Christmas box to
be mailed overseas to Walter
-J«*t received: Another ship
ment of those famous "Vert41
Aid" orthopedic innerspring mat
tresses, 510 coils, 10-year guar
antee. $69.00 value—Only $39.95.
Gambles. ONeiU. 28c
j| Now Have
if bes Paul & Mary Ford
If Nat "King" Cole
§ Margaret Whiting
Joe "Fingers" Carr
| Kay Starr
Dewitt Gunter, Wife
Wedded 46 Years
EWING—Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt
Gunter celebrated their 46th wed
ding anniversary on Sunday, Oc
In marking the occasion, rela
tives and friends gathered at their
home in Ewing to spend the day.
A 1 o’clock no-host dinner
was served. A wedding cake, all
white, on a musical cake plate
and bouquets of yellow chrysan
themums made up the center
piece. Pictures were taken at
dinner time and during the in
On opening the large gift pack
age presented to them, [Mr. anq
Mrs. Gunter found an ivory and
gold chimes,' with all the neces
sary material for installation
which will be done by their son,
Guests present were Mr. and
Mrs. Gunter’s son and daughter
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gun
ter of Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Rol
and Horde and Wayne, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Napier and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Hoke and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel
Guntec fend sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Verl Gunter and children, Jam®
Gunter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Swit
zer, all of Ewing; Mr. and Mrs.
Alvin Nelson and Jimmie of
Plainview; Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Musser and Mr. and Mrs. Manus
Brown, all of Tilden.
Messages o f congratulations
were received from the son-in
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Graver, and family, of New
Windsor, 111., and the son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Plog, of Millidgeville, 111.,
who were unable to be present.
Known in Boyd
LYNCH—A double tragedy has
occurred in the family of Mrs
Hallie Crippen of Canistota, S.D.
Two weeks ago Mrs. Crippen
went to the East coast to attend
the funeral of her brother’s son,
who had been killed in a tragic
accident. When she arrived home
Saturday night, she learned of
the death of her own son who
had been killed two days pre
viously in an accident in Knox
Junior Crippen was employed
there with a power crew. He was
electrocuted while at work. The
funeral was held Wednesday af
ternoon, October 22, at Spencer,
S.D. He is survived by his wife
and two small children.
The Crippens are known in
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Stuart Juniors Select
Class Play —
STUART — “Finders Creepers,”
a hilarious mystery comedy in
three acts, has been selected by
the junior class of Stuart high
school for their annual class
play which will be presented on
Friday, November 14, at the audi
Students chosen for the char
acters are: “Wilbur Maxwell,”
Dick Shald; “Hercules Nelson,”
Darrel Cobb; “Celeste,” Mary
Ann Allyn; “Nina Quigley,” Nor
ma Norton; “Frankie,” Marilyn
Delosh; “Aunt Mary,” Karla King;
“Uncle Bob,“ Dennis Brewster;
“Granny,” Marge Weichman;
‘1Mr. Quigley,” Joe Obermire;
“Dr. Brown,” Marvin Mitchell;
•Madeline,” Sharon Bigelow;
“Harry Schuster,” Roland Peter
son; “Daphne,” Dorothy Friedel;
“Claude,” Warren Mitchell.
The play will be under the di
rection of Miss Mary Coufal.
Other Stuart News
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Tenborg
and children of Estherville, la.,
and Mrs. Iona Tenborg of Rich
mond, Calif., came Wednesday,
October 22, to visit at the Walter
SmUb, jr. home. Mrs. Isr.s Ten
borg is Mrs. Smith’s motheV and
Mr. Tenborg a brother. On Thurs
day Mrs. Smith and daughters
took their visitors to Kearney
where they visited relatives. Mrs.
Iona Tenborg left for her home
from Kearney and the others of
the group returned here Friday.
The Tenborgs returned to Esther
ville that afternoon.
Mr. and (Mrs. John Schmidt
and family of Lynch spent Sun
day, October 26, at the Edwin En
Mrs. Edwin Engler and daugh
ter, Helen, were admitted to the
order of Catholic Daughters of
America in Atkinson on Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Ready and
familv moved here from Osceola
on Saturday, October 25. Mr.
T?eadv is the new editor of the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zink of
Lincoln spent the weekend with
the George Keidel family.
H. F. Planck of Spearfish,
S.D . arrived Sundav, October
19, for a visit in the home of his
sister-in-law, Mrs. D. H. Clauson,
and Mr. Clauson. While here he
and the Clausons spent some
time hunting in this area and in
South Dakota. He left for his
home Mondav, October 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Longstaff
and Mrs. George Longstaff of
Hastings were Sundav, October
19, dinner guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Clauson. Mrs.
George Longstaffs husband, the
late Reverend Longstaff. was the
nastor m the Presbyterian church
in O’Neill 19 years ago. It had
been 13 years since Mrs. Long
staff had been here for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs James Farley, ir.,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aoplebv, Mr.
and Mrs. William KePv, Mr. and
**rs. Piisc*»i M^i^r. jr>o Biglin,
Mr. and Mrs. William White and
Marlin W’chman went to Spald
ing c’mdav for an all day hunt
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Simonson
•"Ten+ to ^n^riror Sundav to visit
in th^VioTpo of Mr and Mrs. Ar
T°n K?rk. Mrs. Simonson and
Mrs. Kirk are sisters.
South of Stuart News
Dinner guests at the Joy Green
field home Wednesday, October
22, were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green
field of Sand Point, Ida., Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Greenfield of
Newport, Mrs. Ethel Stracke,
Mrs. Ella Peterson and Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Greemield. Afternoon
callers were Mrs. Stanley Cobb,
Mrs. George Waliinger and Mrs.
Vernon Heyne and Mary Lynn.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krobot went
to Norfolk Thursday. Mrs. Kro
bot, teacher of district 168, at
tended the teachers’ convention
They also visited Mrs. Krobot’s
cousin, Mrs. Bart Mahin in Nor
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greenfield of
Sand Point, Ida., left Thursday
morning for Kimball, where thev
will visit over the weekend with
Mrs. Greenfield’s niece before re- ,
turning home to Sand Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhodes spent
the weekend at Burton visiting
Joe Batenhorst, Henry Krueger,
jr., and Paul Shald left Thurs
day morning for the Big Horn
mountains in Wyoming to do
some deer hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Culp of
Omaha spent the weekend at the
A. M. Batenhorst home. Mrs.
Culp and Mrs. Batenhorst are
Mrs. Mary Swingley, Emma
Wewel and Mrs. John Hamik
of Atkinson were Friday visitors
at the John Miksch and John
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.
Anna Krysl were Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Kaup and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Don Krysl and Judy.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nansel of
Genoa were Sunday afternoon
guests at the J. P. Murphy home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gregor and
boys were Sunday dinner guests
at Mrs. Gregor’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Jilg living southwest
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Galligan of (
Atkinson spent Sunday evening
visiting Mrs. Galligan’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Batenhorst
and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Culp of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blake and
Rodney of Springview were Sun
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Shald and children.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tasler and
Lavern Grenoble were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Friday afternoon callers at the
Ed Miller home were Mrs. Anton'
Tasler and (Mrs. Fred Tasler.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaup jr.,
were Sunday afternoon callers at
the Marion Davis home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tasler and
Lavern enjoyed a visit from Wed
nesday to Saturday with Fred’s
mother, Mrs. Cora Tasler of At
H. P. Miksch was a Sunday din
ner guest at the Earl Dickau
home in 'Atkinson.
Nancy Lee and J. R. Stech of
Atkinson spent the weekend at
the Wesley Slaymaker home. On
Saturday they celebrated J. R.
Stech’s 7th birthday with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Zink, Jim New
ton of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs.
George Keidel and son, Dick, as
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wesley Slaymaker and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ziska
were Tuesday visitors at Ains
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schmaderer,
Susan and Tommy of Oakland
are enjoying a week’s vacation
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Schmaderer and Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Hoffman.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail King and
family of Valentine and Mr. and
Mrs. Andy Hytrek and Sally Jo
spent Saturday evening at the W.
N. Hoffman home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence John
son and Marval Jean visited rela
tives at Palmyra over the week
end. Mr. and Mm. George Beck
stayed at the Johnson home while
thev were gone.
Mr. and Mrs. George Shald en
tertained their card party Sunday
evening. High prizes were won
by Mrs. Alton Hoffman and Ar
thur Olberding; consolation prizes
went to Mrs. Arthur Olberding
and Herman Kramer, and travel
ing prize was won by Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Peters and
son of Norfolk were weekend vis
itors at the Leo Krysl home. Mr.
Peters and son enjoyed hunting
with Mr. Krysl.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kunz and
Jeanie were Wednesday evening
dinner guests of Helen and Bob
Martens at Atkinson last week.
Sunday evening callers at the
Leo Krysl home were Mr. and
Mrs. Dale Gilbert and girls and
Mr. and Mrs. Alois Kaup and fam
Mrs. George Shald and daugh
ter visited Monday at the home
of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Bruder at Atkinson. She also
attended the parade in the after
noon in honor of Dr. Douglas.
Miss Eileen Krysl, who is at
tending college at Wayne came
Friday to spend the weekend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Krysl. Miss Krysl visited friends
in Omaha last Thursday.
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ONCE BEFORE I had the honor and duty of leading a crusade for humar
freedom and dignity—in Europe during World War II.
That crusade was won not by Generals and Admirals but by the blood and
effort of American G.I.’s and all the other forces fighting for freedom.
Now in 1 952 a different call to duty has honored me — as Republican
nominee for President of the United States.
This time the effort is civilian — not military. But again, the crusade will
be won not by me nor by the political leaders, but by everyday Americans
who value their National heritage and are willing to go to the polls and vote
to protect it.
THIS IS A CRUSADE TO:
★ SWEEP OUT OF GOVERNMENT
the corruption and the scandal which have brought
us dishonor at home and disrespect abroad.
★ BANISH THE SUBVERSIVES
and incompetents who have crucified both good
public service and good public servants.
★ BUILD A STRONG ECONOMY
not based on war. .
★ SAVE OUR GREAT, FREE NATION
from the reckless policies which are leading
America down the road to bankruptcy—Socialism
—and possibly even World War III.
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AMERICA NEEDS YOU;..
in this Civilian Crusade. I hope that you, too, believe the time has come
for a complete change in our National leadership — a change which will t
restore courage, integrity and faith in American Government. I
I INVITE YOUR SUPPORT NOVEMBER 4th.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Holt County Republican Committee
MRS. ETHEL COLE, Emmet, Vice-Chairman !
WILLIAM W. GRIFFIN, O’Neill, Chairman
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