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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1956)
Feast On Holiday Mushroom Muffins
JLf ARVELOUS are muffins made with condensed cream of mush
room soup. Their subtle flavor and extra special texture bring
magical mouthwatering moments . . . especially when served on
the days of feasting along with that holiday bird.
t cups sifted flour lean (1*4 evp*) condensed Cream
1 tablespoon baking pouder of mushroom soup
1 tablespoon sugar *4 cup chopped walnuts
Vi teaspoon salt 14 cup melted shortening
1 egg, beaten
Sift dry ingredients Into a bowl Mix soup, walnuts, shortening and
egg, add to flour mixture Stir until well blended. Fill greased muffin
tins Vi full Bake in a hot oven (400° F.) about 20 minutes. Makes 12
They’d make a special breakfast surprise some morning, too.
You might like to vary this recipe by substituting condensed
cream of chicken or cream of celery soups in place of the condensed
cream of mushroom soup. ms
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Aim of Dor
sey and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lan
dreth went to Omaha Sunday to
visit the ladies’ father, Felix
Hendricks of O'Neill, at the home
of another sister, Mrs. E. E. Dad
dao, to where he has been trans
ferred from an Omaha hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kelly were
Sunday evening callers at the
Hoy Zellers home.
Mrs. Icie Snyder was hostess
to 30 members of the Improve
ment club Monday evening when
plans were made for procuring
the Christmas treat and commit
tees were named to carry out the
plans. Mrs. Cordes Walker heads
the committee in charge of the
polio drive in the community. A
profit of $19 was realized from
the lunches served at the Shan
ner farm sale recently. The club
recently sponsored a book review
on “The Sea of Glory”, presented
by Mrs. Henry Canonberg of
Bassett. Mrs. Harold Kelly re
ported that January 29 has been
set for the visit of the mobile X
ray unit at Page.
Elmer Clasey and Gladys Sut
ton were Wednesday supper
guests in the home of the for
mer’s brother, George Clasey and
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matschullat
took their daughter, Mrs. Alice
Clark, and daughter, Shirley, to
Norfolk early Sunday morning
where they entrained for their
trip home at San Diego, Calif.,
after spending about 10 days vis
iting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gerkin of
North Platte spent the weekend
with her mother, Mrs. Hester Ed
misten, and were Sunday dinner
guests at the Calvin Harvey
home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Asher and daughters were also
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Nissen re
turned Tuesday, November 27,
from Iowa and Missouri where
they had visited his_ daughter,
Mrs. Henry Henneigen at Bed
ford, la., and her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Swanson at Kansas City.
Mrs. Herbert Steinberg and
Iceland Finely held high scores
Saturday evening when Mr. and
Mrs. William Waterman were
hosts to the members of the
Miss Winnie Vandersnick of
Ewing was a Sunday guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Cunningham.
Sterling Albright of Sioux City
spent the weekend at Page with
his mother and with other rela
Miss Maude Martin went to
Hannibal, Mo., Thursday where
she will spend the winter with
her elderly sister and brother-in
law, who are in failing health.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stevens
and Mr. and Mrs. William Neu
bauer were Saturday evening vis
itors in the Robert Harvey home.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Held and
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Riege were
Thursday evening dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Clasey.
Mrs. Alice Clark and daughter,
Shirley, were Saturday supper
guests of Mrs. Georgia Hill at Ne
Mr. and Mrs. Morlin Chichester
of Boise, Ida., came Saturday
evening to the home of his moth
er and brother, Mrs. Rose and
Elbert Chichester, enroute to
Wayne to attend the funeral ser
vices for her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of
Inman, Elmer Tavener of Page
and Ora Downev of Norfolk were
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OUlHJciy alteimwn vjan-wio ***
Louie Downey home. Mr. Downey
has “not felt well” lately.
A Christmas party will be
given at the home of Mrs. Wil
liam Scheinost on Thursday, De
cember 13, and plans were made
accordingly when 13 members
and three guests, Mrs. Frieda
Asher, Mrs. F. G. Albright and
Mrs. Harold Melcher, met for a j
social afternoon of visiting and
needlework at Mrs. Ben Asher’s
Within the week, Mrs. Frank
Belik has sold her personal pro
perty and will move to Inman, j
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Park have i
sold their farm and personal pro
perty at auction. The farm was
purchased by Melvin Roach of
Page. Posession will be given
The last study period of the
study on “Southeast Asia”, con
ducted by Mrs. Melvin Smith at
her home, was held Tuesday
morning. The immediate reaction
from the study is that each one
will sign up for correspondence
with a missionary whose birthday
is quite close to their own. These
contracts should broaden their
knowledge on missions and prove
Mrs. Alice Clark of San Diego,
Calif., daughter of Mrs. Otto
Matschullat, and Mrs. F. G. Al
bright were guests November 28,
when 11 members of the Royal
Neighbor Kensington were guests
of Mrs. Frieda Asher for a so
cial afternoon. Plans were made
for a grab bag at the Christmas
party at the home of Mrs. Hester
Edmisten with Mrs. Elsie Cork
the probable hostess.
Mrs. Frank Cronk was hostess
to the members of the Bid-or
Bye Bridge club for the Christ
mas party, which was stepped up
to include Mrs. John Lamason,
who leaves shortly for California
for the winter. Mrs. Cordes Walk
er held high score and Mrs. Mel
% in Carson received the all-cut
award. Mrs. Dan Troshvnski will
be the December 12 hostess.
Carroll French went to Lincoln
Friday where he will spend the
weekend with his sister, Miss
ind with friends.
Mrs. Leonard Wright and chil
dren of Sioux City were weekend
guests in the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey.
Mrs Owen Parks and Larry
went to Omaha and met the for
mer'. ?Qn-in-law and daughter,
Mr. md Mr . Glen Blezek, of Vic
torville, Calif., and his sister,
Mrs. Frances Hamm, and son of
Norwalk, and took them to Plain
vi 'W where they attended the last
rites of their father. Mr. and Mrs.
Blezek spent Thursday with the
Jim Bartak family at Inman and
Friday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs.*Owen Parks at Page. Mr.
and Mrs. Bartak took the group
to Omaha Saturday where they
boarded a plane for the return
trip. Mr. Blezek was last year’s
athletic coach at Page.
Jeudi in Session —
The Jeudi club met at the
home of Mrs. Melvin Ruzicka on
Thursday, November 29. Dinner
at the M&M was followed by
bridge at the Ruzicka home.
A guest was Mrs. Leonard Mil
ler. High scores were won by
Mrs. Agnes Sutcliffe and Mrs.
Guard Wives Meet —
The Guard Wives’ club held
a Christmas party Monday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Ben
Vidrieksen. Games were played
and refreshments were served.
Mr and Mrs. Leo Mlnark and
son of Lindsey visited at the
John Sehi home recently.
Mr. ancf Mrs. Leo Funk and
Mr and Mrs. Philip Thiele visit
ed at the Henry Ziska home at
1 ICi an I Mrs. 1
visited Mr and Mrs. Harold
Mlinar and daughters at O'
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christen of
Denver, Colo., spent the weekend
with relatives here.
Madine Stearns celebrated her
14th birthday anniversary at her
home on Saturday, December 1.
Mrs. G. A. Bauer is enjoying
a new television set.
Attention please, Californ i a
readers' The temperature here
on Saturday rose to 60 degrees,
Mr and Mrs. Johnny Bauer
were dinner guests on Wednes
day, November 28, at the Ralph
Tonijack home. ■
Mrs. Anna Sehi of Elgin spent
the weekend at the Tommy Kae
« i Mr t\.rl Chasten of
Denver, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Reimer were Sunday din
ner guests at the J, A. Larson
home in Ewing.
Visitors over Thanksgiving at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale
Wilson were his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Venton,
la., and his brother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson of
Hold Family Dinner
Mr and Mrs. Donald Harmon
and daughter of Sidney, came
to h«s parents’ home on Satur
day, November 17, and visited
other relatives and friends.
They were going on to Mrs,
Harmon's mother's in South Da
The Harmon family had their
Thanksgiving dinner in the M.
L. Harmon home. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berner
and daughter,' Mr. and Mr:
Wayne Harmon and family. Mi
and Mrs. Alvin Voree and
daughter. and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Harmon and family
Frontier for printing.
Donald Johnson in
Army Sgt. Donald L, John
son, son of Mr and Mrs, Ru
dolph T Johnson, of O'Neill, is
troop information and educa
tion non-commissioned officer
in the 25th infantry division's
medical battalion in Hawaii.
Sergeant Johnson, a veteran
of nine years service in the
armed forces, lias been over
seas since April, 1954.
He is a former student at
O’Neill high school.
Recent guests of Mr. and 51 rs.
Verne Reynoldson were Dr. and
Mrs Merle Revnoldson of Junc
tion City, la , and Mrs, Clarence
Uoyneld'son of Albion
Friends of St. Mary’s
9th and 10th Grade
Sunday, Dec. 9
8 P. M.
Door Prize and Lunch
to 125 East Douglas St
will be closed until
Monday, Dec. 10
Alice’s Beauty Shop
We have taken over management and H
operation of the HI-WAY CAFE at :
the edge of Clearwater and take this jj
opportunity to invite our friends to H
stop in. jj
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