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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1959)
Help Defray Expenses
to Church Youth Camp
By Mm. Harold Harris
Officers for the year 1959-60 foi
the Womens Society of OirisUar
Service were elected at the regu
lar meeting held April 1 at the par
lors of the First Methodist Church
They are; Mrs Willis Rockey pre
sident; Mrs. J. L. Pruden, vice
President (re-elected); Mrs. Harry
anliorn, recording secretary;
Miss Hazel Ruby, treasurer.
The following secretaries war*
appointed: Mrs. James Tinsley
promotion; Mrs. Earl Billings
missionary education and service;
Mrs. Jessie Angus, Christian social
relaUons; Mrs H. R. Harris, stu
dent work; Mrs. Dewitt Hoke
youth work; Mrs. Ray Sedivy
children’s work; Mrs. Frank
Schmitz, spiritual life; Mrs. Anna
Pollock, literature and publics
lions; Mrs. L. A. Hobbs, supply
work; Mrs. Benjamin Larson, sta
tus of Women.
The society voted to give five
dollars per person or up to twen
ty-five dollars in paying expenses
to youth of the church who wisf
to attend a youth camp this sum
Cards were sent to Mrs. S. E
Borden at Elgin, Miss Anna Var
Zand) at Neligh and Mrs. R. G,
Rockey of West Palm Beach, Fla
Mrs. James Tinsley, the retiring
president, was commended for the
progress of the society during hei
two years of service in office.
"Rapidly Developing Nations'
was the theme of the lesson pre
IK’iUt’U uy mi a. iiun> van nui u,
assisted by Mrs. Fruden, Mrs. An
na Pollock and Mrs. E. A. Hobbs
Mrs. Frank Schmidt conducted the
Mrs. Tinsley and Mrs. Ray Sed
ivy were hostess for the luncheon.
Table decorations were carried
out in a yellow and white color
Twenty members and two guests,
Mrs. Earl Wright and Mrs. Tho
mas Eacker were in attendance.
Prize winners at the Young Ma
trons' pinochle club entertained
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. Kermit Jefferies were Mrs.
Rose Bauer, Mrs. Elvin Hamilton
and Mrs. Archie Tuttle. Mrs. Ray
Funk was the co-hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Owens of
Norfolk visited her mother, Mrs
Pauline Noffke and also attended
the wedding of her neice, Maxine
Noffke to Eugene Koenig, on Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Will Conner atten
ded services at the Church of
Christ in Clearwater on Sunday
and were guests afterwards at the
home of Mrs. Fred Steams.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Muff of O’
Neill were Sunday visitors at the
George Jefferies home.
Thursday guests at the George
Jefferies home were Mrs. Mark
Maben and her mother, Mrs. Em
Plans are .being made to com
plete the Red Cross drive In Ew
ing this week. Cllrls who are as
sisting In the canvass of the town
are Ooralee and Marcene Schml
ser, Lots and Ronnie Kaczor,
Sherry Tuttle, Sharon Kropp,
Janet Noffke and Betty Wright,
all high school students.
Mrs. Ralph Eacker, who has
been ill for several weeks at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Jer
ome Fuller at Grand Island, came
home and was able to resume her
school work at Stafford last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eacker went
to York to visit their daughter
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sell Bredenkamp on March 30th
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Borden and
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Burnett of
Rapid City, S.D., spent the week
end with S. E. Borden, assisting
him in getting ready to move to
Miss Helen Rotherham of Lin
coln is spending some time with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Rotherham and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Boies enter
tained the following guests on Sun
day, Mr. and Mrs. Durward Lxiugh
rey and family of Norfolk and Mr.
and Mrs. Julian Sojka and family
Thursday evening guests at the
Gail Boies home were Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Stevens of Clearwater.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johansen
and daughters of Plainview were
Friday guests at the Gail Boies
Sunday guests at the home of Ir
vin Cloyd were Mrs. Cloyd’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Tim
merman and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Wostrel and Delores and Terry, all
Mrs. Gladys Steskal left Sun
day for Lynch where she has em
ployment. Marvin and Donna are
staying with their grandparents,
Mr! and Mrs. George Wright and
attending school in Ewing.
Mrs. Bob Walnofer was a Mon
day evening euests at the John
I Steskal sr., home.
Saturday visitors at the John
Steskal sr., home were Miss Mari
lyn Walnoter of Lincoln and Mrs.
Alvin Walnofer of Neligh.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lof
quest of Stuart were Sunday din
ner guestfc of Mrs. Edna Lofquest
and her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Bern
Mrs. Edna Lofquest and her
brother-in-law and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Lofquest of Stuart
were entertained at a six o’clock
dinner at the home of her son and
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam Lofquest, in honor of the birth
day anniversaries of their daugh
ter, Cathy and her grandmother,
Mrs. Edna Lofquest. Other guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Mey
ers and. Beverly of Neligh.
Members of the Womens Society
of Christian Service of the First
Methodist church attending the
district meeting of the society at
Page on Friday were Mesdames
Benjamin Larsen, Jessie Angus,
Harry Van Horn, Frank Schmidt,
Will Conner and Miss Hazel Ruby.
The forum group met at the
home of Miss Lna Bennett on Fri
day evening with a large crowd
in attendance. The lesson from the
Book of St. John was conducted
by Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Switzer
and lunch was served by Miss
Bennett. ^ ,
Dr. William H. Ross, pastor of
ATKINSON LIVESTOCK MARKET
Friday, April 17
8;15P M - ADM: $1.25
ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE AT WILSON DRUG, ATKINSON
THREE GREAT MATCHES
MAIN EVENT FOR THE NEBR. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
JACK PESEK vs. ERNIE DUSEK
2 Falls Out of 3—«0 Min. Time Limit
GIRLS! SEMIFINAL EVENT GIRLS!
LORRAINE JOHNSON vs. LAURA MARTINEZ
2 Falls Out of 3—45 Min. Time Limit
SPECIAL EVENT -ONE FALL—30 MINUTE LIMIT
MIKE DEBIASE vs. TOSH TOGO
SPONSORED BY THE ATKINSON RECREATION CLUB
I Circle April 27th on your
Calendar and watch for Shel
hamer Equipment’s big
show. Don’t miss the Big
. ♦. • • • .
the United Presbyterian Church
(addressed the Elkhum Valley Min
I istrel Association on Monday af
; ternoon. at the First Methodist
i Church in Neiigh.
Baptismal wr\|m were held
at the United Presbyterian
Church during the worship hour.
Mr. and Mrs. ti. D. Kyan became
members and their children were
David Wright, arrived home
Saturday from Camp Pendleton,
Calif, and has received his separa
tion from the Marines alter a two
year enlistment. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright.
Miss Vivian Wright returned to
Wayne State Teachers College on
Sunday alter spending the weekend
with ner parents, Mr. anu Mrs.
Mrs. Elmer Butterfield of Inman
and Mrs. Raymond Hoxsie of Or
chard were Monday guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright
Mrs. Fred Tams of Clearwater
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Tams sr., while
her husband has been a patient at
the Antelope Memorial hospital in
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schueth,
who have spent the past four
months at the home of their son
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schueth
at Humphrey are now back at
their home in Ewing. Leo accom
panied them home on Friday.
Mrs. George Walter of Clearwa
ter has been assisting the Schueths
in getting settled.
Mr. and Mrs.Clem Sehrad and
Beverly returned to Omaha Sun
day afternoon after spending the
weekend with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sehrad.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Sehrad
and six sons of Omaha were Easter
Sunday guests at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Savidge
and children spent the weekend
at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Anna Savidge. The Savidges re
cently sold their residential pro
perty in east Ewing to Mr. and
Mrs. James Rotherham who re
cently came to Ewing from Colo
Mr. Savidge and family have
moved to Laverne, Minn., where
Mr. Savidge is employed.
By Mrs. Harold Osborn
On Monday evening a meeting
was held at the Osborn school
house, in regards to instructions
on the R.T A. telephone line. Mr.
Smith explained the need of getting
ine trees cut ana inmmeu as soon
as possible so the engineer could
get his crew to work.
Captains were cho
sen for four groups and two of the
groups decided to start work at
once. One group started work on
April 1 and completed their con
tract, the other group started Fri
day and have completed their pro
ject. On Monday the others expect
to do some of their cutting. If
things progress as expected the
tree cutting will be completed with
in 2 weeks.
The people in this community
are looking forward to the day
when they can contact some of the
outside towns, like they could sev
eral months ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham
and Leslie and Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Graham called at the Osborn home
| Mr. and Mrs Rex Carson hac
as their guests Easter Sunday Mr
and Mrs Harold Halstead and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs Albert Car
son and family.
Mrs. Felix Hendricks and Jo
Anne spent Sunday in O'Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Osborr
’ were Easter Sunday evening cal
! lers at the Buss Greene home ir
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Drobn>
and children spent Easter Sunda>
at Marvin’s parents home.
>II<m lizzie Carson has been
suffering with a cold, but at this
writing she is improving.
Mrs. Faye Pinkerman entertain
ed the Dorsey Aid Society on Wed
The Arithmetic contest which
was among several of the schools
in this community was held at the
Carson school. Miss Katherine Hr
hplr won first in th*» 8th trmrip
group and Miss Delores Rosen
krans won first in the 7th grade
Lee Brady sr., was admitted to
the Sacred Heart Hospital March
28 where he was given an exami
nation and medicial care. He was
dismissed on Friday and at this
writing feels just fair.
Mrs. A. W. Aim returned home
Tuesday from Omaha where she
had been for a medical examina
tion. She is still very weak and has
to do lots of resting.
Mrs. Wilbur Mitchell and Mrs.
Gordon Barta attended a party in
Ruth Osborn accompained Ro
ger Sixta and Miss Velma Lan
man to Verdel Sunday evening so
she could go shopping in Norfolk
Monday with Mrs. EEud I^anman
Miss Beverly Carson was met
in Norfolk by her father, Edward
('arson and Gordon Rarta March
26. so she couhl spend Easter
weekend at home with her par
ents and relative*.
Larry Lannian and Teddy Zach j
also went along.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Barta and j
Evelyn were Tuesday evening ]
guests at the Otto Ruzicka home
Easter Sunday being such a love
■ ly day in this community found
several families rising early to
take in sunrise service a* Lynch.
Sunday school at the Dorsey j
Church was well attended, then re- i
latives spent the day with each
Mr. and Mi's. Howard Slack and ;
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Wells and girls
and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes
and boys spent Sunday at the
Star Community News
Kv Ura Kualt Mllh-r
The Willowdale Club meets this
week with Mrs. Roland Miller as !
hostess. The lesson. "Designs and
Lines in Clothing," will be given by
Mrs. Lysle Johnson.
Mrs. Dale Revell came home
last week from St. Anthony's hos
pital where she had been patient
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Kreycik and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Johnson '
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ho
ward Johnson and family spent
Sunday evening at the Lysle John
son home to honor Mr. and Mrs.
Lysle Johnson's birthday anniver
saries which were on April 2 and
April 4 respectfully.
Ewalt Miller called on Emmett
Mr*. Lysle Johnson, Wyn anil
Larry hail dinner Thursday with ■
Mr. and Mm. F.walt Miller. In
the afternoon Mm. Johnson atten
ded a demonstration lesson In
O’Neill. Wyn and I«arry spent the
afternoon at the Miller home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Timmerman, Miss
Beverly Linguist and Mrs Becea
Butterfield were supper guests at
the Nels Linguist home Thursday
?vening in hotxir of Vicki Linquist s
The Lysle Johnson and Fred
LThlir families were supper guests
Thursday evening at the Soren Sor
enson jr., home.
Miss Irma Juracek spent Satur
day night with Miss Barbara Mil
Vicki Linquist sjH'nt March 21
afternoon with Mrs Fred Timmer
man while her mother Mrs Nels
Linquist was in O'Neill.
tlr. and Mrs. I.ysle Johnson
and family were supper guests
Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Max le Masters
Please phone us your news!
Chicago Had Nothing On Us . . .
And We Were Over The Others on
MARKET REPORT: MONDAY, APRIL «. 1958.
EXTREME TOP WAS $16.75 with the mixed No. 1 and No. t hogs
from $16.25 to $16.50. Heavier hogs from $15.25 to $16.00. Good
demand was shown for bred sows and pigs. Hatty calves sold a*
high as $60.00 with good demand for all elasses.
BRING THAT NEXT CONSIGNMENT OF HOGS IT) VKRDIGRE
TOR A GOOD SAIJE ANY MONDAY. WE ARE CONFIDENT
YOU Wild, BE PLEASED.
BIG SPECIAL CATTLE SALE Coming I p on Friday, April 17
Make plans now to sell your cattle at this special sale Special
sale bills are being printed and this sale will lx* well advertised.
A lot of reputation cattle have already been consigned.
REMEMBER THE DATE—FRIDAY, APRIL 17th
SELL ALL YOUR LIVESTOCK AT NORTHEAST NEBRASKA’S
FASTEST GROWING "WEEKLY LIVESTOCK AUCTION”!
HOG AUCTION EVERY CATTLE SALE FOLLOWING
MONDAY—11:00 A.M. 1:30 P.M.
600 to 1000 Hogs 250 to 300 Cattle
VERDIGRE LIVESTOCK MARKET
DON JENSEN, Mgr.
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