The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, May 14, 1953, SECTION 1, Page 5, Image 5

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Country Club
Calendar Posted
The O'Neill country club
officers and directors have
announced the list of activities
for the 1953 season. They are as
May 20—Spring stag party.
Members of the committee are
William W. Watson, chairman;
Ed Wilson, Jack Everitt and Dr.
H. D. Gildersleeve.
May 27—Ladies luncheon, for
wives of all members, single
ladies and wives of prospective
members. Mrs. Guy F. Cole and
Mrs. Dale Kersenbrock are co
May 29—O pening dance.
Those on the committee are
John H. McCarville, chairman;
Lawrence Haynes, Leigh Rey
moldson and Dr. L. A. Burgess.
May 30 — Golf tournament.
Jack Everitt and Dr. Rex W.
Wilson are cochairman,
o June 14—Golf breakfast. The
committee includes A. P. Jasz
kowiak. chairman; John Conard,
Dale Kersenbrock and Roy Karr.
June 20-21-22—Annual invi
tational golf tournament. A. P.
Jaszkowiak, chairman; M. J.
Golden, J. B. Grady, William W.
McIntosh, Norman Gondermger,
John C. Watson, H. J. Lohaus
and J. L. McCarville, jr.
July 4—Golf Tournament with
"Palmer Skulborstad and Law
rence Haynes as cochairmen.
July 4 — Fireworks display
with R. V. Lucas, chairman, with
O. D. French, William Artus and
G. O. Cole assisting. As is cus
tomary members and their
guests will be invited to witness
the colorful display from the
club and refreshments will be
served. This event in years past
attracts hundreds of sightseers
w"ho viewed in their parked
autos the festivities.
July 19— Golf breakfast with
Marvin Johnson, chairman; J. B.
Gradv, William W. McIntosh
and Harold C. Peterson assisting.
August 16—Golf breakfast.
Dr. C. M. Eason, chairman; Joel
Lyman. Marvin Millpr and
Russel Foree, assisting.
September 15—Fall stag party
with Melvin Ruzicka chairman
of the committee in charge of
arrangements assisted by E. M.
Gallagher, C. E. A. Johnson, H.
E. Coyne, Joel Lyman and
Carroll W. Stewart.
September 27 — Masquerade
dance. A1 Carroll, chairman; Earl
C. Hunt, M. J. Golden, H. J.
Lohaus, assisting.
As customary fortnightly din
ners will be served on alternate
Sunday evenings during July
and August.
Miss Eunice Hunt
to Wed Omahan
Douglas D. Hunt of O’Neill
is announcing thb approaching
marriage of his daughter, Miss
Eunice Hunt, to James K. Nod
gaard, son of Mirs. Selma Nod
gaarcl and James Drexel Nod
gaard of Omaha.
The wedding will take place
on Friday, May 15, at 8 p.m. in
Our Savior’s Lutheran church
in Omaha. Rev. C. Gerald Lygre
will officiate at the ceremony.
The matron-of-honor will be
Mrs. Earl Hunt, sister-in-law of
the bride, and Miss Lydia Halva,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Halva, will serve as bridesmaid.
George Geislar of Omaha will
be the bridegroom’s bestman.
Mrs. Earl Hunt left Friday
for Omaha to help with the pre
parations of the wedding and
Mr. Hunt joined her there on
Attend Star
Grand Chapter—
The annual grand chapter of
the Order of the Eastern Star
was held Wednesday in the
city auditorium at Norfolk.
Among those who attended the
meeting from here were Mrs.
A. W. Carroll, Mrs. Don Green,
Mrs. William McIntosh, Mrs.
Elgin Ray, Mrs. D. E. Nelson, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Bowen, Mr. and
Mrs. D. R. Mounts, Mr. and Mrs.
L. G. Gillespie, Mrs. Mabel
Henry and Mrs. J. D. Osenbaugh.
Putnam, Weller on
Extended Trip
L. D. Putnam, O’Neill live
stockman, and E. C- Weller, pro
prietor of the Atkinson Live
stock Market, Sunday returned
from an extended tour of east
ern Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri
where they contacted cattle
While passing through Kansas
City, Mo., th'?y stopped and vis
ited Charley Petersen, Atkinson
rancher, who has been confined
to Menorah hospital following
a siege of pneumonia. Mr. Peter
sen told his Holt county friends
he hopes to be released from the
hospital within a week or two.
At Mexico, Mo., they greeted
Peter Todson, former manager
of the J. C. Penney Co. store in
O’Neill. They were guests of Mr.
Todson and family at the Cleve
land Indians-St. Louis Browns
baseball game one evening in
St. Louis, Mo.
Mr, Putnam and Mr. Weller
left here Wednesday, May 6.
Saddle Clubbers
to Ride at Orchard—
The O’Neil] Saddle club will
go to the John Diness ranch
east and north of Orchard Sun
day, May 17. Trucks will leave
the O’Neill sale barn at 9:30 a.m.
Anyone wishing transportation
for horses is to contact Fritz
Yantzi. There will be a trail
ride beginning at 10?30 at the
Diness place.
Members are to provide then
own picnic lunch.
Expects Transfer—
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Guhl
of Hastings were Sunday visitors
in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Hartranft on Sunday. Later
the same day, they all went to
Clearwater and visited Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Wilcox. Mr. Guhl is
stationed at the marine base at
Hastings and will be transferred
to the marine base at Legune,
N. C., in the near future.
5th Birthday—
Little Miss Susan Harbottle,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Harbottle, was honored on her
fifth birthday anniversary at a
party given in the home of her
parents. Eleven little girls were
present. They spent the after
noon playing games. A lunch of
ice cream and cake was served.
Conduct Rite—
The Clover 4-H club conducted
a worship service at the Meth
odist church Sunday evening.
Those from here who attended
were Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Smith
and children, Konrad and Judith,
Neil Dawes and children, Perry
and Larry, and Mrs. Helen
Kreymborg and son, Fritz.
R. C. Frisbie and John Mager
ris of Denver, Colo., spent Tues
day and Wednesday here on
business and visited Mr. Frisbie’s
sister-in-law, Mrs. D. F. Murphy.
Sunday dinner guests at the
D. F. Murphy home were Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Darnell and
Barbara of Council Bluffs, la.
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Hickethier Rites
Today at Wagner
Funeral services will be con
ducted at 2 p.m., today (Thurs
day) from a Wagner, S.D., funer
al home for Mrs. Emma Lura
Hickethier, 82, mother of Mrs.
Emmett Crabb of O’Neill. Burial
will be at Wagner.
Mrs. Hickethier, who has made
her home in O’Neill with her
daughter for six months out of
each year since 1941, died Mon
day, May 11, at 1:30 p.m., in
St. Anthony’s hospital here. She
had been a patient since May 4,
and had been in ill health for
several years. Mrs. Hickethier
came to O’Neill in November,
The late Mrs. Hickethier was
born at Cumberland, la., March
17, 1871, a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Worthington. Her
first husband was William Mor
gan, who later died. In 1907 she
married the late Louis Hicke
thier at Manchester, la.
Survivors include: Sons —
Floyd Morgan of Wallace, Ida.,
and Jess Morgan of Jerome, Ida.,
daughters*—Mrs. Emmett (Oda)
Crabb of O’Neill and Mrs. Clif
ford (Mae) Stillion of Wagner,
S.D. One daughter, Mrs. Ivo
Vogeler of Yankton, S.D., is
Biglin Brothers forwarded the
remains to Wagner early Wed
nesday, accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Emmett Crabb.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Crabb
plan to go to "Wagner today to
attend the rites.
Ewing News
Mrs. Harriet Welke was the
guest-of-honor on mother’s day
at the home of her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Schmiser. A family dinner
was enjoyed. Other guests were
Mir. and Mrs. R. H. Shain and son,
Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Leland
Welke and family, Mrs. Dell Hus
ton. Fred Sisson and Dana Sisson.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bendon
and children arrived in Ewing
Thursday from Los Angles, Calif.
Mrs. Bendon and children are
guests at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Krachie, while
Mr. Bendon is on a 'business trip.
Mrs. Ernest Norwood entertain
ed the Missionary society of the
Wesleyan Methodist church at
her home Wednesday afternoon,
May 6. Mrs. Andrew Clossen had
charge of the devotionals. The
lesson “Layman on Fire” taken
from the Moody magazine was
presented by Mrs. Norwood. Fif
teen members were present.
Guests on mother’s day at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nor
wood were her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nels Jacobsen and Mrs. Cora
Canaday. Dinner was sent to his
mother, Mrs. Laura Norwood,
who was not well enough to
leave her home.
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hoffman
spent the weekend in Omaha
where they were guests of Mr.
iHuffman’s sister and brother-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Henny,
and family.
Mrs. Maude Brion and grand
daughters, Mary Maud and Susan
Huffman were guests on Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Brion and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson,
Maryetta and Tamzam spent
mother’s day at the home of Mr.
Peterson’s mother, Mrs. Carsten
Peterson at Neligh. Allan Pet
erson, who had spent the week
end with his grandmother, re
turned home with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wulf took
their daughter, Miss Carol June
Wulf, to Lincoln on Monday after
spending the weekend with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen en
tertained at a 6 o’clock buffet
dinner on Sunday to celebrate
the third birthday anniversary of
their daughter, Ann Marie, and
to honor their mothers, Mrs. Z. H.
Fry and Mrs. Edgar Jensen, on
mother’s day.
Ann Marie had a birthday cake
and all the honored guests were
presented gifts. At 8 o”clock the
party went to the school audi
torium to attend the baccalaur
eate services. Guests were Mr.
an Mrs. Edgar Jensen and sons,
(Mr. and Mrs. Z. H. Fry, Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne Fry, Julie and Jody,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Napier, Rita
and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Napier, all of Ewing, Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Jensen and Jackie
of Meadow Grove.
Mrs. Robert Tams and Mrs.
Lionel Gunter, both 4-H leaders,
attended the meeting last Thurs
day afternoon at O’Neill given by
the extension club members
who were observing home dem
onstration week. “Importance of
Safety” was stressed in the
homes on the farms as well as
other places.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Gillespie
went to Omaha Wednesday to
spend a few days there on
Herbert Kaiser spent Tues
day in Omaha on business.
Saturday evening dinner
guiests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Victor Halva were Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Cernousek and
all of Page.
Saturday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Davidson were her mother, Mrs.
Anna Ferris, of Inman and her
uncle, Tom Hill, of Schuyler.
Last Thursday callers in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Heermann were Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Heermann of Ainsworth J
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weber of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson
of Hartington were Sunday
visitors in the home of Mrs. i
rom Harding. 1
Mrs. Lyle Green and family l
went to Creighton Sunday and
visited her parents, Mr. and)
Mrs. John tNeyens.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tomlin
son of West Point spent the
weekend here visiting relatives, g
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gal- jf
lagher and Sandy of Gothen- ||
burg were Sunday guests in the
home of his mother, Mrs. John C.
Gallagher. Mr. and Mrs. William
Gallagher were also present.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Etherton and I
Tom were Wednesday, May 6, >
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Mellor and girls.
Lynch News
Jolene Micanek, Joan Rosicky,
Leota Kayl, Velma Micanek,
Janet Christensen, Irene Stenger
and Susie Courtney attended
teachers’ schooling course held
at the court house in Butte
Saturday. This was their final
class this term.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Allen
and children and Mrs. Grace
Edson were mother’s day din
ner guests at the V. Held home
in Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorie Micanek,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Streit and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Havranek
and children and Mr. and Mrs.
Beryl Moody and sons of Lynch
and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hasel
horst and Joyce of Bristow and
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Haselhorst
and family of Spencer were din
ner guests at the Henry Vonasek
home near Verdigre on mother’s
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elm of
Butte spent Friday, May 8. at the
C. W. Christensen home east
of Lynch.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Berry of
Lucedale, Miss., left Sunday for
their home after visiting at the
William Stouffer and the Spen
cer families here.
Mrs. Thomas Courtney, jr.,
was hostess to a birthday anni
versary part;/ at the Courtney
home of her daughters, Doreen
and Penny Cash, Saturday
Mrs. Frank Weeder was a
Sioux City visitor on Thursday.
Mr. and Mlrs. Vine Jehorek
shopped in Spencer on Wednes
day, May 6.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mulhair
were O’Neill visitors Monday,
May 4.
Mrs. Clarence Kolund, east
Boyd county extension club
chairman, attended the seventh
annual rural homemakers recog
nition day Thursday, April 29,
in Omaha.
Henpr Herman of Butte was
a business visitor in Lynch
Monday, May 4.
Pat Cassidy and wife visited
their son, Theodore, in camp
The sophomore class of Lynch
high school enjoyed a class par
ty at the school Tuesday even
ing, May 5.
Mr. and Mrs. James Malv and
son, Bob, spent Sunday, May 3,
at the John Haoslik home near
Wisner. Their grandson, Johnnie
jr., returned home with them
for a few days stay.
Mrs. Harry Mulhair accom
panied her sister, Mrs. Robert
Row. to Rochester where Mr.
Row went through the clinic
Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Bailey and
Mrs. Pearl McCright of Fremont
came by way of O’Neill on Mon
day, May 4, for a visit at the
home of Mrs. Lois Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Haselhorst
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Streit
were Sioux City visitors Thurs
day and Friday, May 7 and 8.
Grace Mannen and Kate
Ramey of Omaha spent mother’s
day weekend at the Josie Man
nen and Ernest Darnell homes.
Miss Marjorie McMeen of
Gregory, S. D., was also a guest
Mrs. Fay Courtney left Mon
day for Arkansas to visit her
husband, who is stationed there.
Mrs. Guy Mulhair and sons
(visited relatives in S^pen^r
Sgt. Vernon Dahlberg and wife
of Alabama have been visiting
the parental Elmer Dahlberg
home the past week.
The Excello club meet at the
home of Mrs. Lois Harris Mon
day evening, May 4, with Mrs.
Robert Harris assisting hostess.
Eleven members and one visitor
were present. Mrs. Don Allen
and Mrs. Ray Counts presented
the lesson on the second half of
“Deep Fat Frying”. Two pies
were baked. Everyone pronounc
ed crusts, filling and topping
“most excellent.” The club do
nated two dollars to the cancer
fund. A family club picnic was
planned for June after which
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the club will not meet until
The Catholic Altar Society
met at the home of Mrs. Clar
ence Kohind with Mrs. Edward
Streit and Mrs. Charles Courtney
cohostesses. Plans were com
pleted to serve the junior-sen
ior banquet at the Lynch high
school gym. After the business
meeting, games were played
during the social hour with
Margaret Stenger, Claryce Allen
and Lydia Jehorek winning
prizes. The next meeting will be
on June 4th at the George Kal
kowski home with Mrs. Anton
Wasatko and Mirs. Albert Kal
kowski cohostesses.
Amelia News
Mrs. Gertie Adair, Ralph, Bob
and Joan, and Billie Sammons
were visiting at Hienie Frahm’s
Friday evening.
Mis. Marjorie Sammons went
to Milford last Thursday to visit
her sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Sahley.
Dale Gumb is employed at
Bob Rees’.
Mrs. Etta Ott visited her son
and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Har
ry Ott, in O’Neill last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White
and Venita, Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Barnett and Ardith and
Connie were dinner guests Sun
day at the parental S. C. Barnett
The Merry Matrons clwfe spon
sored a card party Wednesday,
May 6, at the Amelia hall. Quite
a large crowd was present. Num
bers were drawn for a quilt and
Asa Watson was the winner. The
party netted about $95.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andersen
were business callers in O’Neill
last Thursday. Florence Lindsey
was switchboard operator while
they were gone.
The Merry Matrons club will
meet Thursday, May 21, at the
Fred Xanzelmeyer home in At
kinson. Mrs. Nellie Haskins will
be hostess, and Mrs. Xanzelmey
er, cohostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Ott went
to Omaha Saturday, returning
Sunday. They visited their
daughter, Mrs. Gloria Landrum,
and Sally. Harold Fullerton took
care of the service station while
they were away.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Andersen of
Grand Island and Mrs. Ander
sen’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Christiansen of Central City, vis
ited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Andersen Saturday
and Sunday.
The Edgar Petersons are build
ing an addition onto their house. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bilstien and
Dickie, Mrs. Stella Sparks and
Lonnie, Cleone, Delores and
Dale Doolittle and Raymond
Wickham were Sunday dinner
guests at Adairs'.
The Lloyd Waldo’s have a new
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Watson
went to Omaha Wednesday, May
6, to visit their daughter, Mrs.
Arthur Tibbetts, and infant
daughter, Dianna. Little Debra
Jean Tibbetts, who had been
staying with the Watsons’, re
turned home. Mrs. Watson stay
ed with her daughter for a few
days. Mr. Watson returned home
last Thursday.
Miss Joan Adair returned to
Lincoln on Monday to resume
nurse’s training at Bryan Me
morial hospital.
Mrs. Alice Prewitt and family
went to Mullen where they vis
ited relatives and also met her
daughter, Mrs. Gale Fix, and
Gaylen, Scottsbluff. Miss Peggy
Prewitt and little nephew, Lar
ry Fix, who had been visiting
her mother in Amelia, returned
to Scottsbluff with Mrs. Fix.
James Bartos and family were
Sunday visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Janes re
turned. to their home at Bakers
field, Calif., on Wednesday after
spending taervteral days heKe
visiting Mrs. Dave Stannard.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Coonord
of Sloan, la., spent the weekend
here visiting their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Muriel McClure.
Guy Harris and Miss Phyllis
Plott of Smith Center, Kans.,
spent the weekend here visiting
his mother, Mrs. Esther Harris.
They are both students at Wes
leyan university at Lincoln.
Mrs. Mildred Wyant went to
Genoa Monday, May 4, to at
tend the funeral of her grand
mother, Mrs. Horton. She also
visited her parents, Mr. and
Mm. John Vaught, at Columbus.
Joseph Keller of Humphrey
arrived here Tuesday to visit his
daughter, Mrs. J. L. McCarville,
sr.. and grandsons, J. L. McCar
ville, jr., and family, and John
H. McCarville, and family.
Miss Esther Kinnier, former
O’Neill public school teacher,
and two friends of Spalding at
tended the kindergarten operet
ta, “The Big Show,” Friday
night. Miss Kinnier will teach
here next term.
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