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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1956)
balloting Places Are
All "eligible” fanner* should
be «ure to east their ballots in the
torn referendum to be held on
Tuesday, December 11, through
out the commercial corn area,
according to Homer Ernst, act
ing chairman of the Holt coaiity
“Eligible farmers', according
to Mr. Ernst, i Deludes each per
*u»u in the commercial corn area
who in lyati was engaged in the
production of corn and entitled to
sihare ui tlie proceeds of the eiop
St* owner, tenant or sharecropper •
However, a lanaiord receiving
“cam' rent is not eligible to cast
The corn referendum, Mr.
JOrust explains, will offer growers
a choice Between two programs.
A sod bang turn base acreage
progiam or ail acreage allotment
program. At least two-thirds of
!.M growers voting must approve
the torn base acreage piogiam if
it is to become effective; if more
than one-third of the growers
voting approve the acreage allot
ments, they will become effective.
The alternate programs are
described as loliows:
under a sou uaiuv
program, growers would have an
acreage ol' 51 million acres avail
able on which to grow their corn
crop, they would have price sup
port., at a national average of
$1.01 a bushel for 195., ancl at the
determination of the Secretary of
Agriculture lor later years. In
making such a determination, the
law directs that the price support
be at such levels as "will assist
producers in marketing corn in
the normal channel of trade but
not encourage uneconomical pro
duction of corn.”
Under the acreage allotment
program, the national .allotment
for 1951 would be di,dBa,o»a
acres, and the price support
would be at a level between 75
and 90 percent of parity, depend
ing on the supply situation.
Polling places have been estab
lished and referendum cormmt
tecs named to conduct the refer
endum. , ,
Voting locations and precincts
designated to vote follow:
AtKinson Legion hall—Atkin
son, Dustin, Emmet, Pleasant
View, Sand Creek, Sheridan.
Conley, Fairview, La we, McClure,
Ewing Legion hall — Deloit,
O’Neill courthouse annex —
ilelle, Inman, Coleman, Scott,
Grattan, Shields, Rock Falls,
Saratoga, Paddock, Steel Creek,
Wiilowdale. . . ,
Page Legion hall — Antelope,
Stuart Seoul hall—Cleveland,
Stuart, Green Valley.
Committees: _ .
Atkinson — Richard Cnppen,
Quentin Hickock, Lome HickocK,
Ralph Beck, alternate.
Chambers — Stanley Lambert,
Russell Barelnran, Ervin Hilligas,
Herman Holcomb, alternate.
Ewing—E. P. Williamson, A.
M Beelaert, jr., Frank Mlnarik,
Frank P. Miller, alternate.
O’Neill—Paul Krugman, Law
srence Rouse, Albert Derickson,
Joe Grutsch, alternate.
Page—George Wettlaufer, Har
old A.sher, Keith Kennedy, Robert
Stuart—Arthur Ziska, Russell
Hipkr, Elmer Olberding, Manon
Admitted: Mrs. Raymond
JFutchman, Creighton; Mrs. Her
bert Zuhlke, Brunswick; Richard
Miller, Verdigre; Mrs. Frank
Warringer, Creighton; Mrs. Har
old Blair, Creighton; George
Kopetka, Verdigre; Herman
Waldman, Creighton; Mrs. Or
ville Hansen, Creighton; Mrs.
Art Simpson, Nionrara; Ronda
Dismissed: Mrs. Elmer Sedivy
and son, Creighton; Robert Bart
ling, Creighton; Donald Buerman,
Creighton;, Richard Miller, Ver
digre; Mrs. Raymond Fuchtman
.and son, Creighton; Mrs. Herbert
Zuhlke and son, Brunswick; Mrs.
Harold Blair and son, Creighton;
Mrs. Frank Warriner, Creighton.
ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN
Sunday, December 9: Sunday
school, 1:30 pm.; worship hour,
2 30 pm., with Lord’s supper.
Confirmation class will meet
after the worship hour. A short
meeting of the church council
also will meet after the worship
Pastor Moser has declined the
recent call Issued by this congre
Winners Named —
Martez club winners deter
mined Tuesday at the home of
Mrs. M. J. Golden were Mrs.
Ira H. Moss and Mrs. Mabel
Christ Lutheran Ladles Aid
is sponsoring a bake sale at
Sbrlhamer’s Saturday, Decem
ber 8, 10 am., to 4 pm. 32c
lor Opening Game
The O'Neill junior high Sagicts
are prcppmg for their lirst bosn.
etbaii game at Swing on Wednes
day, Decernuer lz. Their second
game win be Friday, Decemoer
14, at Page.
iieturmng players are Gary
| Jcilery, situ iUcClellan, Larry
; Godel, Merlin Velder, Vernon
I .strong ana fvontue scnmiecnei,
Promising candidates are Jonn
Kurtz, Leonard Peterson, bill
f ricke, Jerry Smith, Jerry Dexier
and bill Nelson, ail eighth grad
ers; Holland Jonnsuii, blaii
; .scnmicciiel, Terry Conaiio, Larry
Dawes, Jerry Kiicoin and curt
Larson, aii seventh graders.
The junior high crew will boast
height and speed but itiming Uie
rignt combination is perplexing
0 Neill Gats Down
inman at 5tuart
INMAN—The Inman volleyball
team was defeated in botn games
01 the Stuau invitational tour
ney Tuesday, November 27. In
the first game, basseit defeated
them 3ti-lt>. In the second game,
O’Neill won, 35-25.
The Inman Tigers played
Springview Tuesday, December 4,
at Spruigview and will meet
Urunsw'icK, December 7.
The junior class has decided to
publish the school paper, ligei s
Tale, which will go ou sale De
iniuan Makes Flans
tor Santa, Treats
INMAN—The Inman Commer
cial club met Monday evening
for a 7 o’clock dinner at Alice’s
cafe. Members then journeyed
to Finkbine hardware for their
Plans were made for the
Christinas lighting, Santa’s treats
and other matters of interest to
the club and to the community,
Other Inman New*
Mrs. Kenneth Coventry enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vitt i
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sullivan |
of O’Neill and Mr. and Mrs.
James Coventry and Bill at her
country home Thursday evening
in honor of Mr. Coventry, who
was celebrating his birthday an
niversary. Refreshments were
served by Mrs. Coventry.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Galla
gher and two children, Janet and
Tim, went to Norfolk for medical
attention for the children.
The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist
church served chicken dinner at
a food sale at the church annex
on Thursday evening: The MYF
also had a booth and sold home
made candy. Each organization
added to its treasury.
Mrs. Albert Anthony and her
sister, Mrs. Alice Clark, and
daughter, Shirley, were Ne- j
ligh visitors on Wednesday, No
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hutton
drove to Creston Sunday where
they spent the day with their son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and |
Mrs. Graydon Hutton, and fam
llyMr. and Mrs. Jay Trease of
Orchard and Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Matschullat of Page were Sun
day evening dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert An
thony and family.
Mr and Mrs. Gerald Snyder
and family of O’Neill were Sun
day guests in the home of Mrs.
Snyder’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Siders and Marilyn.
Mrs James Gallagher and
son, Jimmy, took Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Rutledge to Norfolk on
Monday. Mr. Rutledge entered a
rest home and Mrs. Rutledge will
live near her husband.
Mrs. Alice Clark and daugh
ter, Shirley, returned to their
home in San Diego, Calif, on Sat
urday after spending a couple of
weeks here visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kripple
nd son have moved from the E.
E. Clark property to the rent
property of Charles Sobotka.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coon of
Beemer were Saturday guests in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Mrs. Shaw Back
ATKINSON — Mrs. Harold
Shaw returned home Wednesday,
November 28. after spending
some time visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Filsinger, her
brother, George, and family, and
her sister, Nina, and her family
in Portland, Ore.
She spent a week with her
brother, Harry Roseler, and fam
ily at Salem, Ore., and also visit
ed friends at Port Angeles, Wash.
On her woy home she visited
relatives at Grand Island.
MM Club Meets —
Winners of the MM club ses
sion held Tuesday at the home
of Mrs. Arlo Hiatt were Mrs.
Esther Harris and Mrs. L. A.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McVay
spent Monday in Sioux City.
A news correspondent for the
Emmet community. Inquire immediately
at THE FRONTIER.
Art Runnels of Stuart spoke in behalf of Kn .-c County \ttorney Merrit f. Warren at Friday’s
meeting of sportsmen in O'Neill. Joe D.obry of Creighton and Arthur J. Noeeker of O’Neill re
cord resolutions and minutes.—The Frontier Ph >to. (Details on page 10).
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Mrs. Wilda Carr and family
of Holdrege were guests at the
home of her father, M. H. Dierks,
during Thanksgiving holiday.
Miss Mary Catherine Dierks,
who is taking nurses’ training
at St. Joseph’s hospital in Omaha,
joined her family here.
Merton Dierks returned Mon
day, November 26, from Kansas,
where he had spent several days
Miss Doris North, teacher of
the fifth and sixth grades in the
Ewing public scool, spent the
Thanksgiving holiday at her home
Mr. and Mrs. Watson McDonald
and daughter, Virginia, accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Merle
Angus of Lincoln, left Sunday,
November 18, for Los Angeles,
Calif., called there because of the
serious illness of their daughter,
Mrs. Jerry Miller, the former
Mrs. Mildred Wright and fam
ily were invited to the home of
her sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mosel, for
Thanksgiving dinner. Other
dinner guests were her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lehlman and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lehlman,
all of Chambers.
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Kropp
and family spent Thanksgiving
day at Chambers as guests at the
home of her sister and husband,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jeffers and
family. , . ,
Miss Vaulda Welke, who teach
es in the grades of the Newman
Grove public school, arrived
home Wednesday afternoon, No
vember 21, to spend the Thanks
giving holiday weekend with her
mother, Mrs. Harriet Welke.
Mobile X-Ray Unit
Is Touring Boyd
LYNCH — The state-operated
mobile X-ray unit will commence
a tour of Boyd county on Friday.
December 7. First stop will be at
Lynch, staying here until Mon
The unit will be in the county
through December 20.
Other Lynch News
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schissler of
Sioux City visited at the Joe Mi
canek, jr. home Saturday, No
vember 24. *
Mr. and Mrs. William Stauffer
were O’Neill visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ducker and
family spent Sunday in Verdell
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Long visited
their son Ira Long and family in
Oaks, N. D., last week.
Irene Boska of Washington, D.
C., visited with her sister, Mrs.
Mel J. Long, and family last
Mrs. Marvin Tuch of Verdel
visited her parents, the George
Tuchs, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Miller of
Butt? visited with Mrs. William
Wells last week.
Joyce Spencer of Lincoln was
home last week from her school
Dorothy Mulhair returned to
her school work at Lincoln last
Sunday after several days visit
here at home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stauffer
visited at the Veldon Lee home
on Friday evening.
The home economics girls of
the Lynch high school held its
first 1956-’57 style show at the
schoolhouse Tuesday, November
i 27. A large crowd attended the
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Reynoldson
and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rusicka
were in Stuart Monday, Novem
; ber 26, to attend the American
j Legion county meeting.
- - -
Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Engler
of Atkinson were guests of Mr.
| and Mrs. Andrew Ramold on
Edward James Morgan of Van
couver, B.C., December 3, speed
ing night time, fined $10 and $4
costs; officer—R. L. Gude.
Robert Dean Edwards of Am- j
erican Fork, Utah, December 3,1
overweight, fined $50 and $4
costs; officer—E. M. Hastreiter. ;
Lester King, driver for Robert;
Vanderheiter of Platte, S.D., De
cember 2, overweight on capacity
plate, fined $10 and $4 costs; of— I
fieer— Donald F. Richardson.
Charles A. Parker driver for
Harry F. Conner of Wakefield, I
December 4, overweight on ca- j
pa city plate, fined $10 and $4
costs; officer—Donald Jenny.
Robert Ziegenbein of Battle
Creek, December 3, speeding
night, fined $25 and $4 costs; of
ficer—E. M. Hastreiter.
Edward S. Pegram of Omaha,
December 4, speeding night, fined
$16 and $4 costs; officer — E. M.
Samuel Oliver Massey of Sioux
City, December 4, speeding night,
lined $22 and $4 costs.
Donald C. Krueger of Elgin,
111., December 5, speeding night,
fined $10 and $4 costs; officer —
Nelson Gibson, charged with
intoxicated driving, evidence in
sufficient, dismissed by county
Larry Babutzke of O’Neill
driving without driver’s license,
November 26, fined $10 and $4
costs; officer—John N. Schmit.
Vernon Donohoe of O’Neill,
speeding, November 26, fined $10
and $4 costs; officer—Charles R.
James Rush, speeding, fined
$10 and $4 costs; November 27,
Wilmer A. Young of Orchard,
speeding, December 4, fined $10
and $4 costs; officer—John N.
l ily c ouri
Loyd Godel, of O’Neill, over
parking, fined $1 and $1 costs;
officer—John N. Schmit.
Albert Nelson Gibson of Atkin
son, who had been held in Holt
county jail and was released on
grounds of insufficient evidence,
was arrested Friday by Police
Officer Charles R. Johnson on
speeding and resisting arrest
charges. He was fined $60 and
$4 costs. Unable to pay the fine,
he was given 45 days in jail and
sentenced to street labor to be
credited at the rate of $1-50 per
Herman Kornock, about 70,
died late Tuesday, December 4, in
l St. Anthony’s hospital. He had
i been hospitalized for sometime.
I The late Mr. Kornock fractured
his hip several years ago
He was preceded in death .by
Survivors include: Sons — Ben
ard of Page and Edgar of Calif
Cub Scouts Hold
Officer Election —
Cub scout den 5 met on Wed
nesday. We held an election of
officers and made Christmas
tags and decorations from o 1 d
Christmas cards and construct
Dick Larsen was elected denner
with Joey McCarville as as
sistant denner. Robert Devoy
was elected reporter.
Our next meeting will be held
on December 12 at Larsen’s
home.—By Robert Devoy, re
Dinner Guests —
EWING — Mr. and Mrs. Lyle
Mitteis were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ka
czor at Ewing.
WD—Elizabeth Heiser to Kath
rine Wadsworth .11-26-56 $1
Same as above. . '
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hubbard, Mrs.
Steve Shavlik and Mrs. A. B.
Hubbard, all of Chambers, were
Monday callers of Mrs. C. W.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snell of
Page were Sunday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Waller.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C Schaffer
attended a stock growers’ district
meeting at Lexington November
Christ Lutheran Ladies Aid
is sponsoring a bake sale at
Slielhamer’s Saturday, Decem
ber 8, 10 a.m., to 4 p.m. 32c
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Worth
brought their daughter, Rozella,
home Wednesday from the Uni
versity hospital, Omaha, having
been there some time for treat
ment of burns on legs and feet.
K. L. Van Voorhis, H. G.
Kruse, Gail Dierberger, Thomas
Liddy and F. E. Parkins at
tended a retirement party for
Fritz Bernstein at Columbus on
Friday, November 30. Mr. Bern
stein is retiring after having
been state purchasing agent for
CPPD for many years.
Stanley Young and Mrs. Shir
ley Keller of Kansas City, Mo.,
visited at the homes of Mrs. Guy
Young and Carol Summers on
the November 24-25 weekend.
Mrs. Young accompanied them
back to Kansas City to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Walter Hus
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weeder of
Lynch were Wednesday, Novem
ber 21, callers of Mr.‘and Mrs.
Christ Lutheran Ladies Aid
is sponsoring a bake sale at
Shelhamer’s Saturday, Decem
ber 8, 10 a.m., to 4 p.m. 32c
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brady jr.,
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Nutter.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Birming
ham and Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Schaffer spent Monday in
Mrs. C. W. Porter, Mrs. Arlo
Hiatt, Mrs. D. C. Schaffer and
Mrs. Darrell Baker visited Satur
day afternoon with Mrs. Mary
Starr DeByrn of California at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Nellie
Starr of Chambers.
O’Neill firemen were sum
moned at 2 p.m., Monday to
extinguish a grass fire near the
— O’NEILL —
Thurs. Dec. 6
George Montgomery and Mona
The most savage guerrilla war
on earth. Filmed abroad in
Family admitted for 2 adult tick
ets — Adults 50c; Children 12c
Fri.-Sat. Dec. 7-8
Linda Darnell and Dale Robert
with John Lund, Ward Bond.
Filmed in Trucolor. The red
skins attack in the Dakotas. A
western the family will enjoy.
Adults 50c; Children 12c; Mat
inee Saturday 2:30. All children
under 12 free when accompanied
Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Dec. 9-10-11
Jack Parlance and Eddie Al
This is what hell is like . . .
a war story. This film marches
with the mere handful of great
Adults 50c; Children 12c; Matinee
Sunday 2:30. All children un
der 12; free when accompanied by
oales lax Could
The adoption of a Nebraska
state sales lax would cause a de
finite shift in the tax burden
rrum the rural to the urban areas,
a study b\ a University of Ne
orask.i professor shows.
A sales tax equivalent to the
present state property taxes
i would bring a $13 decrease in the
I yearly slate tax bill for the aver
age Nebraska farm resident.
rfut it would result in a $7 in
! crease for the average urban
These were the estimates of
| Dr. Edward U. Schmidt, professor
of economics at the University.
In the study released, Doctor
Schmidt reported that a .-ales tax
yeiidmg $35.5 million — as the
present 8.18- mill property tax
does—Would amount to an esti
mated $18 per capita.
This he added, compares woth
the present property tax equiva
lent of $.10 per capita for rural
residents and $11 for urban resi
The reason for this shift, Dr.
Schmidt explained, is that farm
residents constitute 35 percent
of the state population while so
called farm property constitutes
57 percent of the state’s property
exclusive ‘of "utility” property,
; such as railroads and pipelines.
Under a sales tax, urant county
—with a large rural area—wodld
have an estimated average de
1 crease of $66 per capita m the
! rural area and an increase of $6
I for tiie townspeople.
Lancaster and Sarpy are the
! only two counties which would
I have an increase for both rural
and urban populations. Lancas- j
I tor's shift would average a $1 in
i lease for rural residents and a
$5 for those in the city. Sarpy
would experience an average in
crease of $2 for rural and $9 for
Residents of two other counties,
Hooker and Nuckolls, would ex
perience a tax reduction no mat
ter whether they lived in town or
country. In Hooker, the farmers
would get an average decrease of
$26 per person and the townsfolk,
a drop of $7. Nuckolls would have
a $2 decrease in the county and
$6 in the towns.
Dr. Schmidt also compared a 2|
percent sales tax with an equiva
lent property tax which would
yeild $31 million. In this case, the
per capita sales tax would be $22.
A property tax raising $31 mil
lion would require an average
payment of $37 from rural resi
dents, and an average of $13 from
The comparison showed as a
rule “the per capita decrease in
tax burden for farm population is
roughly twice as great as the in
crease in the per capita tax bur
den for non-farm population.
“This result is consistent with
the fact that the farm population
is only one-half as great as the
non - farm population.” Dr.
Schmidt pointed out.
Frontier for printing.
Spark Up Your Tablescuings
.■■min ' 1
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This lovely pattern in Mdau dinnerwsro is called “Flourish”.
Family appetites perk up during crisp Fall days, and that means
* challenge to mother to wmo up with materials that will satisfy
Just as attractively prepared and nutritious food is important
in keeping a fam ly happy, so is the atmosphere at mealtime.
Authorities ngr- that i . ant surroundings make for more har
monious mealtime gatherings.
Hero are a few suggest.ons for setting an attractive 184.108.40.206 for
family or guests: , * * *
A striking table covering can be made from fishnet now available
in new finishes and colors. It can be used alone to glamorise a
beautifully-finishi 1 tabletop, or in combination with a plam-eolored
tablecloth. Use enou ,h yardage so that the net labs in grace!ul
points almost to the floor. Accentuate the airy charm of the .fishnet
with place-settings of gay, durable Melmae dinnerware in bold,
solid colors or intriguing designs.
* * * *
Try to s t your table in a manner bofiiling th • occasion. Avoid
clutter and fu. ,\in m, aim for a daring simplicity. When cut nam
ing at meals, take care that hot foods are Si rved piping hot, that
cold foods are icy. llemembcr to comridr the appearance of the
food itself on the pint. s. i'.\; a psychological fact that p. nde en'oy
food more if it’s appetiringly served, so choose your colors carefully.
* * *t» *
Th • most delicious and well plann 1 m al cannot be ;; rv 1 to
advant ige without pro ■ ui 1 ■v> ' • •• l
number of serving spo a el fork., for v. lislv.-s, si la. . 1 uc, s
Kncli vegetable dish should 1>g equipped with a ser, ag for and
spoon for case in service. When the entree is a roast or fov he
sure to double chock your carving knife for slot: , ... a dull 1 me
rim spell the !.m t Ctlt ■
Mrs. Andy Johnson and Mr.
and Mr Dugan Basler and son,
Andy, went to Brainard, Minn.,
on Wednesday where they visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heniflin.
Mrs. Vannie Newman went to
Valentine on Monday to visit her
brothers, Melvin and Quentin
Hooper and their families. Mel
vin Hooper had returned fr<jm
the hospital on Sunday. Enroute
to Valentine she v isited with her
daughters, Mrs. William Sehissler
and Mrs. Vivian Magstadt in
Vernon Johnson returned Wed
nesday, November 30, to Ft.
Sheridan, 111., after visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernie
Mary Jo Donlin, a student
nurse at St. Elizabeth’s hospital
in Lincoln, spent the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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RIVERSIDE — Miss Lauretta
Cuddy of O’Neill and John Na
pier were married at Yankton, S.
D., Friday evening.
They returned to O’Neill Sat
urday evening where they will
reside for awhile.
’Our Gal Sal" Presented—
EWING — "Our Gal Sal”, a
three-act comedy presented by
the junior class of Ewing high
school, attracted a large crowd
Tuesday evening, November 27,
at the school auditorium.
Patricia Wright played the part
of “Sal”. Others in the cast were
Sandra Shrader, Beverly Rother
ham, Robert Welke, Vivian
Wright, Maryetta Peterson, Den
nis Scheer, Delbert Carl and Pa
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thorin and
daughter, LaVonne, Sunday en
tertained 30 guests at their home.
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