The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 29, 1953, Page 3, Image 3

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    Cpl. Robert Wells
Honored, Birthdays
Noted at Redbird
REDBIRD— A farewell party
honoring Cpl. Robert Wells and
also for the birthday anniversa
ries of Etta Mae, Delores and Wil
mer Wells, was held Friday eve
ning in the Clifford Wells home.
A large crowd of neighbors and
relatives was present to enjoy
cards and a social evening.
Sandwiches, cake and coffee
were served for lunch.
Other Redbird News
The Scott Community club
met Friday evening in the Harvey
Krugman home with 11 members
and their families present. Three
members—Lila Hull, Joy Wilson
and Alberta Hull—were absent
During the business meeting
plans were made for the project
club and the Redbird 4-H club
to meet together at the Scottville
hall Friday evening, November
6, to see films shown by Neal
Dawes. Two September birth
day gifts were received by Mrs.
Luber and Willa Schollmeyer
from their secret pals. Emma
Krugman demonstrated basket
weaving to the group and some
very a. tistic baskets were made.
A luncheon of sandwiches, cake,
pickles and coffee was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and
Sharlene of O’Neill and the Bill
Wilson family were Sunday vis
itors in the Ray Wilson home.
Beverly Carson and pupils of
the Osborn school will have a
program and box social Friday
night, November 13. Everyone is
invited.
Mrs. Fay Pinkerman spent sev
eral days last week at Inman
with the Kenneth Coventry fam
ily.
Claude Pickering and boys at
tended the Spencer - Verdigre
football game at Spencer Friday
evening.
Guests at an oyster supper in
the Pat Osborn home last Thurs
day were Mr. and Mrs. Buss
Greene and Mr. and Mrs. George
Courtney of Lynch.
Mrs. Anna Carson attended the
the tea and travel talk by Miss
Elja McCullough at the Metho
dist church Saturday at O’Neill.
Shirley Slack and Delores Mcl
lor accompanied Mrs. Guy Hull to
study center at O’Neill Saturday.
The Bob Phelps family of
Minnesota visited his sister, Mrs.
Bill Conard and other relatives
last week.
Lila Hull, Joan Rosicky, Paul
ine Anderson and Velma Micanek
attended a reading demonstration
at Mrs. Lila Johring’s school at
Meek Friday.
Bruce Schollmeyer was a
Wednesday night, October 21,
guest of Victor and DeLynn
Pickering.
Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
j Guy Hull Sunday were Mr. and
i Mrs. Veldon Pinkerman and Vel
deen and Mrs. Fay Pinkerman.
Mrs. Don Bare of Lynch visit
ed a few days last week with
her daughter, Mrs. Bill Wilson,
and family.
A reading demonstration witn
emphasis on phonics was given
by Mrs. Willa Schollmeyer at htr
school Wednesday afternoon, Oc
tober 21. Visiting teachers were
Thelma Young, Diane Hoffman,
Joyce Miller, Evelyn Rosengren,
Beverly Carson, Shirley Slack,
Evelyn Ruroede, Mrs. Florence
Harris, Mrs. Martha Murphy and
Mrs. Iva Brady. Miss Alice French
was also present. Following a
discussion period and exchange
of ideas and patterns, Mrs. Scholl
meyer served coffee and cup
cakes.
Business Meeting—
The Catholic Daughters of
‘America will hold a business
meeting on Tuesday, November
3, 8 p.m., at the Knights of Co
lumbus hall.
Fractures Hip;
Other Amelia Sick—
AMELIA—Mrs. Belle Widman
suffered a broken hip Monday
evening, October 19, when she
fell from the porch step at her
home. She is in St. Anthony’s
hospital, O’Neill. Mrs. Widman
broke her other hip several
years ago. . . Mrs. Bertha Sam
mons has been having a siege
of flu the past two weeks. She
entered the hospital in O’Neill
Saturday, October 24. with an
infected throat. . . Jimmie Doolit
tle, son of Mrs. Elsie Doolittle,
has been quite ill the past week.
It was thought his trouble was
bordering on rheumatic fever. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ragland went
to Tilden Frinday where Bill
consulted a doctor. He planned
to go to Omaha some time this
week for further examination.
He has been suffering with a
back ailment. . . Mrs. Lee Gilman
has been having quite a severe
I case of poison ivy.
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Monuments of lasting beauty
made by skilled craftsmen of
the J. F. Bloom Co. . . monu
ments from the factory to the
consumer. — Emmet Crabb, O'
Neill, phone 139-J. 37ti
Visitors Here—
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carl and
family of Omaha were last Thurs
day overnight guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Wallen. Mr. Carl’s
brother, Rev. Kenneth Carl of
O’Neill, was also a dinner guest.
The Carls continued on to Co
lome, S.D., for the weekend, re
turning through here on Sunday.
Darlene Leiding of Norfolk was
a Tuesday, October 27, visitor of
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Clark and
family.
Ainsworth
Monument Works
Ainsworth. Nebraska
Champion Herefords
George Fullerton (left) and Vem Sageser are pictured with
the champion female and reserve champion female exhibited at
the Holt Gounty Hereford Breeders’ association show and sale
held here Saturday. Fullerton holds Miss Regent 6th, reserve;
Segeser is with Aladdin’s Lass 14th, champion. Harley Larson
(below) exhibits HW Baron Domino 4th, a double-bred Domino
bull, which was. judged grand champion of the show. This bull
was entered by Henry Wood & Son of Ewing. — The Frontier
Photos.
O’Neill News
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huebert
and son and Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Huebert and daughters of
Wichita,- Kans., arrived Friday to
visit the men’s mother, Mrs. Ed
na Huebert. The Harold Hueberts
will also visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Streeter, and her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde McKenzie, jr., and
family. They plan to remain a
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jones
visited Sunday wTith Mrs. Jones’
mother, “Grandma” Hull.
John Janzing and children of
Atkinson called Tuesday at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Janzing.
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gillespie
visited Sunday in Plainview with
Mrs. Blanche Wood.
Mrs. Edna Huebert and son.
Dickie, and daughter, Mrs. Bill
Reed, and daughter spent Sun
day at the home of Mrs. Dale
Huebert’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Jensen, near Plainview.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bartos, jr.,
returned Sunday, October 18,
from Wyoming where they had
been hunting. They brought two
deer, each having bagged one.
Mrs. Elwin B- Benson came
Sunday, October 25, from Green
land and is visiting in the home
of Mr. Benson’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Blake Benson.
Tuesday, October 27, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Fora L. Knight
were Mr. and Mrs. William Jutte
of Chambers.
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"We Say Thanks"
To All of You Who Helped
to Make O’Neill’s Second Annual
PANCAKE DAY A SUCCESS
THANKS to the cooks, servers, dish washers, table cleaners
and errand men. Especially, we thank Bennett Heriford
of the M&M Cafe; Dean Jeffrey of Harding Creamery Co.,
both of whom worked harder and for longer hours than any
others; special thanks, too, to the Knights of Columbus for
use of their building and public address system.
WE WANT to thank the Municipal band, Jack Everitt, the
O’Neill high trio (Evalyn Asher, Esther Kaiser and Fran
ces Reimer), the trumpet trio (Duane Booth, Pat DeBolt and
Evalyn Asher), the American Lgion for use of chairs; the
Legion auxiliary for use of tables; George Head for loan of
a piano. Yes, thanks to all of you . . . individual business and
professional firms ... for your very splendid cooperation
which made our work so much easier and more pleasant.
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O’NEILL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SIGNED:
Wendell Nelson Henry Lofflin
Manager. Lees Stores Manager, Gambles
Cochairmen, Pancake Day Committee
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