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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1956)
(First pub. Nov. 22, 1956)
Julius D. Cronin, Attorney
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF
Estate No. 4156
COUNTY COURT OF HOLT
ESTATE OF PEARL E WHITE
THE STATE OF NEBRASKA,
TO ALL CONCERNED:
Notice is hereby given that a
petition has been filed for the
probate of the will of said de
ceased, and for the appointment
of Glenn White as Executor
thereof, which will be for hear
ing in this court on December 13,
1956, at 10 o'clock A M.
LOUIS W REIMER,
30-32 County Judge
(COUNTY COURT SEAL)
(First pub Dec. 5, 1956)
John R. Gallagher, Attorney
NOTICE OF REFEREES SALE
Notice is hereby given that hy
virtue of an order of sale issued
by the District Court of Holt
County, Nebraska in an action
pending in said Court wherein
Alice M Mills is Plaintiff, and
Irene Carsten, et al, are defend
ants, directing me as referee to
sell the following described real
East half of the Northwest
Quarter and Northeast Quar
ter of Section 27, Township
32, Range 10, West of the
6th P. M., in Holt County,
I will sell said real estate at
public auction on Tuesday the
8th day of January, 1957, at 2
o’clock P.M. of said day at the
front door of the Court House in
O’Neill, Holt County, Nebraska.
Terms of sale: 20% cash on
day of sale, balance on confir
mation of said sale by the Dis
FRANCIS D. LEE
32-36 Sole Referee
The Frontier Woman . . .
Yule Helps to Forget Troubles
By BLANCHE SPANN PEASE. Homrraakinf Editor
These are busy days and will
be until after the holidays. So
you 11 be wanting to use as many
time saving recipes as possible. I
particularly like oven meals this
time of year.
If you use the macaroni pro
ducts be sure to vary the shapes,
i ou can buy them in more than
one shape you know. Try using
Mostacciolini in a macaroni and
cheese entree. Mostacciolini is
hollow and resembles a straight
section of a drinking straw, cut
diagonally. Bow tie and shells
can double for elbow spaghetti or
macaroni. Spiral shaped rotini
may stand in for noodles. Re
member, any macaroni made
from durum semolina or durum
wheat keeps its shape better in
boiling and baking. They taste
MACARONI - HAM
Here's a macaroni-ham casse
role you’ll like. Add two table
spoons salt and 4 ounces elbow
macaroni to three cups boiling
water. Boil rapidly, stirring con
i stantly, for two minutes. Cover,
remove from heat and let stand
10 minutes. Meanwhile, melt 1
tablespoon butter or mkrgarme in
a sauce pan. Add y4 cup chopped
I green pepper and y4 cup onion
and simmer about five minutes,
j Add one cup diced cooked ham
and brown lightly. Rinse maca
roni with warm water and drain
well. Combine ham mixture, iy4
cups condensed cream of mush
room soup (lOVz ounce can), >6
cup milk, one tablespoon chopped
pimiento, one tablespoon chopped
parsley and 1/8 teaspoon pepper
with macaroni. Pour into greased
116 quart casserole. Sprinkle
with >6 cup grated American
cheese (2 ounces). Bake in mod
erate oven of 375 F. 45 minutes.
Makes four servings.
You can use left over chicken
in this spaghetti scallop or clip
the recipe and use left over tur
key in it, after Christmas or new
year’s. Add two teaspoons salt
and four ounces spaghetti to
three cups boiling water. Boil ra
pidly, stirring constantly for two
minutes. Cover, remove from
heat and let stand 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, combine iy4 cups
condensed cream of mushroom
soup (10*6 ounce can), iy» cups
milk; 1*6 cups cooked whole ker
nel corn; 1 cup diced chicken or
turkey; 1 teaspoon salt, mixing
Rinse spaghetti with warm
water and drain well. Add to
turkey mixture. Mix well. Pour
into greased 1*6 quart casserole.
Sprinkle with y4 cup buttered
bread crumbs. Bake in moderate
oven of 350 F. about 35 minutes.
Makes 4 servings.
Christmas Lover Wins
Three Month Subscription—
: Dear Blanche:
Here it is neadly Christinas
again and, while I am writing to
all our friends and sending them
greetings, I thought of you, as I
always enjoy all of your columns.
So you seem like a friend also.
Isn't this a wonderful time of
year? The stores are always so
pretty and Christmas carols seem
to be playing wherever you go
Everybody seems so happy. Could
it be they are so busy wrapping
gifts, sending Christmas cards,
putting up the tree and fixing
holiday goodies, they don't have
time to think of their troubles or
find fault with others? I know
that is true of myself.
The kiddies are anxiously
awaiting Santa Claus and every
morning ask “How many days
until Santa comes?’’ While we
are answering their questions
about Santa, let us not forget to
tell them about the first Christ
mas many years ago in Bethle
hem. In all the hustle and bustle
of Christmas it seems many for
get it is the birthday of Jesus
Christ. A little crib with Jesus in
under the tree is a beautiful de
coration and so nice for the chil
dren to help them understand
wrhat Christmas really is.
Thinking about individual sal
ads for your Christmas dinner?
Here is one that is very pretty —
Place one slice pineapple on
lettuce leaf, stick Vj banana in
pineapple, place one marjischino
cherry on top banana to repre
sent flame. Dab mayonaise on the
bottom as a candle dripping ap
This is simple but good fudge.
Two cups sugar, V* cup dark
j syrup, one square chocolate, Vi
cup cream, four tablespoons but
Heat over slow fire and boil
until it forms a hard ball in cold
w'ater. Remove from fire, add
one teaspoon vanilla and nuts if
desired. Beat until it begins to set
and pour in buttered pan.
Merry Christmas, everyone!
“A CHRISTMAS LOVER"
STUART—The junior class ol
the Stuart high school presented
the play at the Stuart auditorium
Friday afternoon and evening,
The play entitled "Mumbo
Jumbo”, a mystery farce, was
under the direction of Paul Nich
ols and the cast included: Ger
oldine Herrick as “Mrs. Rey
nolds”; Gerold Herricp as “John”,
her husband; Dick Kiedel as Dick
Reynolds”, a college boy; Gary
Addison as “Peewee Smith”, his
pal; Lorraine DeLosh as “Twee
ty”, a hired girl; Denny Weber as
“Monahan”, a state policeman;
Russ Cobb as “Harold Custer”;
Glenrose Timmermans as “Mrs.
Custer”, his aged mother; Dave
Frost as “Peter Beamish”, who is
blind; Dana Bigelow as “Dr. Gaze
Omahandra”, a West Indian mys
tic man; Leona Bernt as “Kay
Samedi”, his ward; Janice
Myers as “Madame Celesta”, a
native witch woman; Carolyn
Holbrook as “Peaches Gredding”,
a chorus girl; Sam Frost as
“Lem Marblehead”, sheriff of
Milburn; Arlene Ulrich as “Miss
Emma Burpee”, sheriff of Hope
county, and Evelyn Sweet as
•Daisy”, her 10-year-old niece.
to Unveil Windows
STUART—The Christmas seas
on will get underway in Stu
art Saturday, December 8, when
the community club and Stuart
theatre will sponsor a free show
for the children with free pop
corn in the afternoon.
Merchants will have their
annual window unveiling in the
evening and the Christmas street
lights will be turned on.
Residential Christmas displays
will be judged the same eve
ning and winners announced
These displays are divided into
four classes, inside religious
theme, outside religious theme,
inside Christmas theme and out
side Christmas theme.
Mrs. M. J. Baack and Mrs. Wil
lard H. Solfermoser were hos
tesses Sunday afternoon at a pink
and blue shower for Mrs. Vernon
Carpenter. There were 14 guests
present at the Baack home.
Mr. and Mrs. Esty Nelson spent
Sunday in Fremont visiting their
daughter and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Dallas Behrens.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jansen
and children of Gregory, S.D.,
visited Sunday witfTMr. and Mrs.
Bill Jansen. _
Real Estate Transfers
WD—Richard L. Hovey to Juli
ana Kamphaus 10-15-56 $1-Part
of SEfcSWft 19-29-11.
WD—MUber R. Keller to John
N. Keogh 11-17-56 $21,600-S1*
and NEVi Sec 29-30-13.
WD — Elizabeth M. Fox to
Wayne H. Fox & wf 11-16-56
$4,800 -E^NEVp 14-29-13.
WD—Charles Fox to Wayne H.
Fox & wf 11-16-56 $7200-SEV4
WD—Margaret B. Clauson to
1 Bruce Johnson & wf 11-17-56 $1
Lots 20 & 21 Blk H-Fahy’s Park
OCD—16 quit claim deeds all
running to Will Grulke and all
on the North half of Sec 33 -Twp
31-Range 14- the grantees are as
follows Herman Grulke- Albert
Leona B. Sutton - Flossie Breh
Brehmer - Hilda B. Henningsen
mer Knop- Viola Brehmer Nic
olle- Esther Brehmer Hill-Ethel
Brehmer Clathoudt - Helen Mae
Brehmer Phipps-Sophia Wendt
Fred Grulke - Clara Feldtman -
Ernest Grulke- Romeo L. Worth
Wilma Worth McCluske- and
Opal Worth Haines.
WD — Carrie Kramer to E. O.
Slaymaker & wf 10-31-56 $5600
NE*4 Sec 7-31-15.
WD—Harry A. Cadwallader to
School Dist. No. 72- 11-26-56 $150
-1 acre in SEViSEi/46-30-15.
WD — Wm E. Hinrichsen to
Lydia I. M. Hinrichsen 11-29-56
WD — Laura Hallstead to
Vernie VanConet & wf 11-17-56
$3600 -Sy.NWy>SEy4 Sec 13-28
WD—Loretta & Vern Grenier
to Guy Beckwith 10-29-56 $2000
Lot 12 Blk A-Goldens Subdivi
WD — Albert I. Reynolds to
Laura Halstead 11-19-56 $3500
Lots 1-2-3-8-9 Blk 13 Inman.
QpD—Joe Gokie, et al., to Ed
ward Ferguson 4-9-56 $l-Lot 3&
Part lot 4 Blk 6-Ewing.
WD—Henry F. Heiser to Kath
[ rine Wadsworth 11-26-56 11-26
56 $l-W*AWVz-NEV4NWV4 27-32
VY LJ-AUfdUeiu riLriatri iu ivaux
rine Wadsworth 11-26-56 Si
Same as above.
WD—Henry F. Heiser to Alvin
Heiser 11 - 26 - 56 $1 - NWV4
WD—Elizabetd Heiser to Alvin
Heiser 11 - 26 - 56 $1 -Same as
WD—Henry F. Heiser to Ed
ward Heiser 11 - 26 - 56 $1 -
NEV4NEV4 23-EV^E»A 14-SE V4
11- S%SWV4 12-32-14.
WD—Elizabeth Heiser to Alvin
ward Heiser 11-26-56 $1-Same as
WD—W. A. Quart to Harry
Neil Mewhirter & wf 11-2-56
$900-Lots 1-2-3-4-5 Blk 7-Hal
locks 2nd Add- Stuart.
REFEREE’S DEED—Julius D.
Cronin to Lester G. Fleming & wf
11-13-56 $7200-Lots 5-6-7-8 Blk
2- Dyson’s Add-Atkinson.
•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
tricia Hahlbeck. _______
I old in Roll Call
CELIA — Celia Homemakers
cIud met at the home of Mrs. Inez
Hayes Tuesday, November 27.
Mrs. MiUon McKathnie was co
Twelve members answered roll
call with ' A Frightful Ex
perience". Mrs. Armoia was a
The club agreed to pay a wo
man to clean the restroom in At
kinson until January 1 if agree
aole with city authorities. The
club has three “shutins” for De
The Christmas party will be at
the O. A. Hammerberg home Fri
—i, December 14.
Other Celia New*
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kilmurry
and family were Sunday evening,
November 25 visitors at the Emil
Mavis Rahn spent Sunday af
ternoon and supper with Marketa
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hendricks
and family were Saturc^y dinner
guests at the Omer Poynts home.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Smith and
! family were Sunday dinner
guests at the O. A. Hammerberg
Rev. and Mrs. Steinkamp also
Dennis Colfack were Thursday
supper guests at the Joe Hen- >
dricks home. Dennis was an over
night guest at the Hendricks
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Emmons
| and daughter, Sheryl, of Rock
I \ lile, Ind., arrived Saturday for a
visit with her parents, Mr. and
| Mrs. Clarence Focken and family.
Eva Addison was a Monday
| su. per guest at the Emil Colfack
Deloris, Shirley and Nadine
! Dobrovolny were Saturday over
night and Sunday guests at the
home of their sister, Mrs. Duane
Beck and family.
Rodney Frickel visited the
Connie Frickel home Sunday af- j
Mr. and Mrs. William Maloun,
rothy Scott, Emil Colfack and
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hammerberg
I were Thursday O’Neill visitors.
LeRoy Hoffman and Roger
helped Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Rothchild on Saturday, move to a
farm owned by Frank Skrdla He
plans to help Mr Skrdla
Mrs. Milton MeKathme, Mrs
Connie Frickel and Mrs. Hans
Lauridsen attended the Extension
ofncers training meeting in O’
Neill Wednesday, November *8.
Mrs. Mark Hendricks was a
Saturday afternoon visitor at the
Joe Hendricks home.
iV.r. and Mrs. Emil Colfack and
family were Saturday evening
visitors at the Russ’eU Hipke
Mr and Mrs. Archie Constable
of Worthington, Minn., arrived
Saturday at the Dorothy Scott
home. They also visited at the D.
F. Scott home. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. William Maloun,
Dorothy Scott and Mr. and Mrs.
LeRoy Hoffman and Gary attend
ed the Davy auction m Butte
Glen Frickel was a Wednesday
overnight guest at foe Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Smith of
Butte were Sunday afternoon
visitors at the Ray Pease and
Connie Frickel homes.
Vickie and David Frickel visit
ed Mrs. Ray Pease after school
Tuesday, November 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lauridsen
and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
McKathnie and family, Mr. and !
Mrs. Duane Mintle and Jim
Lauridsen were Sunday dinner
suoh at the George Mintle
Harold and Garold Frickel,
twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Frickel, celebrated their 12 th
birthday anniversary Sunday,!
December 2. The cake was baked
by their aunt, Mrs. Bennett Smith
Roger Hoffman was a Monday
overnight visitor at the Victor
Frickel home. Gary Hoffman
stayed there Wednesday, Novem
Victor Frickel’s sons, Harold,
Garold and David, were Friday
evening visitors at the Jim Sie
Mrs. Joe Hendricks wa* a
Tuesday, November 27, supper
guest at the Leonard Chaffin
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hammer
berg and Dorothy Scott were
Saturday afternoon visitors at the
William Maloun home. They also
visited at the Duane Beck home.
Gi veil at Stuart
STl'ART — A choral concert
was given by the Stuart high
school mixed chorus at the audi
torium on Sunday afternoon, De
cember 2, under the direction of
Mr and Mrs. Paul R. Nichols.
Students in the mixed chorus
included: Sopranos Leona Bernt,
Leola Clements, Lorraine DeLosh.
Anita Friedel, Geraldine Herrick,
Isabell Horton, K a y Hyland,
Jeannette Jardee, Helen Kaup,
i’rudy King. Arlene Radcliffe,
Shirley Ready, Julie Schafer,
Evelyn Sweet. Glenrose Timmer
mans, Joan Timmermans, Karen
VanCleave and Deanna Weber.
Altos — Peggy Allyn, Sally
Brewster. Connie Coufal, Judy
Creamer, Anette Givens, Lois
Givens, Carolyn Holbrook, Violet
Horton, Karen Meusch, Janice
Mvers, Lois Sehaaf, Marlene
Schmaderer, Joyce Scholz Arlene
Ulrich and Phyllis Weber,
Tenors—Don Fuelberth, Roger
Givens and Don Schmaderer
Basses — Dana Bigelow, Bart
Givens, LaVerne Grenoble and
Solos were sung by Misses
Patty Allyn and Leona Bernt.
Selections were sung by the sen
ior girl’s trio, Patty Ailyn, Anita
Friedel and Karen VanCleve, and
tiio freshman girl sextette- Sally
Brewster, Judy Creamer, A nett*
Givens, Trudy King, Julie Scha
fer and Joyce Scholl.
Victor Burrell with
CHAMBERS — Pfc. Victor L.
Burrell, son of Mr and Mrs.
Ernest Burrell of Chambers, is a
member of the llth airborne di
vision in Germany,
A construction specialist in the
First battalion, headquarters com
pany og the division's 188th In
fantry regiment, Burrell enter
ed the army in July, 1955.
Dr. Donald E. David
rhone 2101. Spencer, Nebr.
FLORENCE PONTON, Prop
Insurance of All Kinds
Phone 106 — Golden Bllg.
A Thursday visitor of Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Watson was Danny
Watson of Chambers, t h e i r
DR. II. D. GILDF.RSLEEVE
of 4th & Douglas
Office Hours: 9-5
Eyes Examined-Glasses Fitted
Monday thru Saturday
• HOME BUILDING
We’d be pleased to make
O’Neill Construction & Cabinet Works
! PHONE 205 GERALD MONK. Prop. O’NEILL
160 Acres—Holt County, Nebr.
7 mile* northwest of Pa*e, 10 miles southeast of O’Neill
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1956
At 2:00 p.m. — Sale to be held on premises
THIS FARM is located on a fine
all-weather road, mail route and only a
mile to fine country school. The farm
land consists of ninety-five acres of
gentle rolling, sandy loam soil, under
cultivation, and the balance in native
gramma grass pasture.
This is a well-balanced farm and
being on good roads, close to a county
seat town where there are fine schools,
both Protestant and Catholic, hospital,
parks and an aggressive business dis
trict. Try to inspect this property be
fore sale day as it has great potentials
for irrigation. Many of the neighboring
farms already have irrigation.
Are in medium state of repair and
consist of the following: A three-bed
room home wired with REA, a good
cave close to the house, a barn, twenty
by thirty-two with a lean-to fourteen
by thirty-two in which there is a 600
bushel granary, a twenty-eight by twenty
eight corn crib with a ten-foot drive
down the center, a 28 x 28—ft. cattle
shed on cement foundation, and a chick
There is an exceptionally good well
with an Eclipse oil bath mill, with a fine
garden spot close by that can be water
ed from the mill.
Along the south side of the farm is
a well-established, wide wind break,
consisting of fine evergreen, pine, mul
berry, Russian olive and cottonwood
to be held at Norfolk livestock
sales company pavilion
Wednesday, Dec. 12
50 — BULLS — 50
ECLIPSE DOMINO 155
Choice bulls with substance,
smoothness and quality sired
TR ZATO HEIR 175
CB ZATO HEIR
Included are forty com'ng
two year old and ten senior
Bull calves. The kind to sire
good doing easy feeding
Sale at 1 o’clock
For catalog address
TERMS: 20% down day of tale, additional 30% on possession date. Balance may be
carried back for 5 years at 5% interest.
POSSESSION: Immediate possetsion of bui Idings and possession of land on or before
March 1, 1957.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Frahra, Owners
They will be glad to show this property any time before sale date.
AUCTIONEERS—BROKERS North Platte. Nebr.—PHONE 3880
COL. ROD GILLESPIE, Auctioneer ELAINE R. RODGERS, Clerk
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