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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1959)
Girls on Trip to Texas;
If s Their First by Plane
Bv Mrs. E. K. Carpenter
Arliss Wright and Mary Jane
Fleek accompanied their uncle, Joe
Kutcher back to his home at Lean
der, Tex., Friday, June 5, in his
phine. It was the girls first plane
ride They returned by plane on
The Woman's Society of Christ
ian Service met Thursday at the
Methodist church with Mrs. Ola
Ermer and Mrs. William Ermer
hostesses. There were 22 mem
bers and two visitors present.
Mrs. Genevieve Bell was in
charge of a short installation ser
vice for the new officers. Mrs.
Clarence Damme conducted the
worship and Mrs. Herman Hol
comb presented the lesson on Am
hassadors for Christ. They were as
sisted by Mrs. Mary Harvey, Mrs
A. B. Hubbard, Mrs Raymond
Shoemaker and Mrs. Joe Daas. The
business session was in charge of
the president. Mrs. T. E. Newhouse
who read an article entitled “What
is a Man."
The supply officer, Mrs. Ray
mond Shoemaker gave a report on
the wakings for the year for mis
It was decided to clean the
church and paint the parsonage
kitchen on Thursday and also to
serve a wedding reception on June
The meeting closed with a pray
er for missionaries whose birth
days were that day.
Mrs. IJoyd Gleed visited her
son-in-law and daughter, Rev and
Mrs. Ralph Cooke and family at
Cook s moved recently to Sheffit 4
i from Bronson. Mo. where he hus
been pastor of a Babtist church
for several years.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Larson and
family drove to Sioux City Sunda>
where they visited the Ben Med
: calf family.
Some of the pesonal property of
Mrs Art Flue key was sold at
public auction in Chambers Sat
urday afternoon. Merlin Grossnick
laus was the auctioneer and the
Chambers State bank, clerk
Chambers baseball team defeat
ed O’Neill 7 to 4 in a 9-inning
game at Chambers Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rosenkrans
of Neligh were Sunday guests of
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr
and Mrs. Clarence Damme and
A large group from Chambers
enrolled in the swimming class
which opened in O'Neill Monday.
John Albers and Francis Thav
net of Grand Island called on the
former's mother. Mrs. Anna Albers
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coday and son,
Danny, took Jeri Coday to Lincoln
Saturday to attend Girl's State.
They were accompanied by Gayle
Standage of Atkinson, who has
t>een visiting in the Coday home,
and Betty Schneider of O'Neill
and Kay N'issen of Page, who will,
also attend Girl's State. The fam-;
ily returned Sunday and took Gayle j
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kilt? and j
her nephew, of Long Beach, Calif.,
and Mrs. Jack Schipper and two
children of Denver came Monday
for a short visit with relathes.
The Kiltz's were enroute to Minn
Charles Thorin of St: Charles.
Mo., spent the weekend with his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thor
in at Bartlett and sister. Mrs
Lloyd Wintermote and family at
Chambers. The group enjoyed a
picnic with Mrs. Myrtle Thorin and
Beverly at Neligh Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jutte
drove to Omaha Sunday to visit
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Jutte They weie ac
companied by Miss Carol Tracy,
who returned to school after a
weeks visit with her parents and
Mr. and Mrs Boh Hodge and
family of Round Igike. 111., and
Mrs. ' Addie Batie of Elgin were
afternoon supper guests of Mrs
Sunday dinner guests of Mrs
Charlotte Honeywell were Mr
and Mrs. Donald Honeywell and
Jeannie of Bremerton Wash., and
Mr and Mrs. Elmer Truax of
Neligh. The Donald Honeywell's
were overnight guests in the John
Honeywell home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kopeeky and
Dickie of Inman were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Smith and family.
Mr and Mrs. Duane Milter and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Curran 'and Linda of O’Neill were
Tuesday evening guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Smith and fam
Mr. and Mrs. L O I-en/ moved
to Lincoln Thursday. Mrs. Don
Dankert accompanied them and re
mained until Sunday.
Joyce Nikkelson returned home
Sunday after two weeks visit with
her brother-in-law and sister. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Sanders and fam
ily at Stanton.
Mr. and Mrs. Neils Nikkelsen
and Dorrald and Alberta Miles
were Sunday dinner and supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sanderson and family at Stanton.
They also called in the homes of
Wilbur Gemolkie 'and the Nikkel
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Simpson of
Norfolk were visiting friends in
About 25 relatives gathered at
the Andrew Gilbert home Sunday
for a family reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogge of
Sioux Falls came Tuesday to visit
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Gilbert. They
Thursday guests of the Gilbert’s
were his nephew and wife, Rev.
and Mrs. C. J. Gilbert of Kil
gore. They drove home Friday.
Mrs. Nellie Lewman of Orchard
sited from June 4 to June 14 with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Daas.
Billy Cox had business in Bur
well Saturday evening.
Mrs. Kathleen Render, who is
attending State Teachers College
at Kearney visited with her daugh
ter, Cheryl Ann, and her parents,
the Rev and Mrs. Cox over the
Mr, and Mrs. Harold Foster and
son, Ronnie and Mrs. Martha Jack
son of Ericson were callers at the
Methodist parsonage in Chambers
Miss Shirley Plugge of Bartlett
was a caller at the Reverend Cox
home in Chambers Friday.
Reverend Cox attended the Meth
odist Annira] conference in Grand
Island the past week.
By Florence Lindsey
S. C. Barnett was taken to the
Atkinson hospital Tuesday last
week On Saturday he was taken
by plane to the Methodist hospital
in Omaha for further medication.
Mrs. Barnett accompanied him
on the plane.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White drove
to Omaha and returned home that
night bringing Mrs. Barnett with
them. Their son. Lawrence Bar
nett of Greeley, Colo., also flew
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It was thought he would have
surgery for an ulcer but the doc
tors were trying to avoid the o|>
[-ralion if possible Reports Sun
iay evening were encouraging
Mr. and Mrs Frank Pierce at
tended a picnic Sunday at Swan
Lake in honor of Mr and Mrs
John Kellogg, who are visiting
tie re from Arlington, Wash
Mrs. Art Tibbetts jr (Charol
Watsoni is again confined in the
lospital with rheumatic fever. She
is in St. Anthony's hospital at O'
Little Charles Tibbetts and his
sister are staying, with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa
Watson, Charol Anne is with her
aunt, Mrs. Rollie Everetts, and
Debra and Diana are with rela
ives in O'Neill.
The school board had their an
lual meeting Monday ev ening. ;
iiienie Frahm and Mrs. Harlan
Dierking were elected to fill the
jffices held by Clyde Widman and
Mrs Harold Fullerton, whose
terms were expired.
Mrs. Elmer Oetter, Lana and
Janeth went to Norfolk June 9 to
help clean house for Mrs. Oetter's
Rev. and Mrs. Bob Kalb, Kent,
Kathy and Karla of Willspoint,
Tex , plan to arrive here about
June 19 to visit Mrs. (Zetma)
Kalbs parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Waldo and other relatives.
Blake Otl and Ralph Rees were
fishing at Whipples lake Friday.
Sam Gilman returned Friday
from several days fishing south of
Bassett. He had real good luck.
Mrs. Edith Andersen went to At
kinson June IV to call on her niece,
the Amelia folks at the hospital.
The patients were S. C. Barnett,
Mrs. Charles Everett and son,
Harley Lee, Mrs. Walter Slay
maker and Ricky Craig.
Mrs. Stell Sparks went to At
kinson June 11 to call on her niece
Mrs. Charles Everett and baby
son, Harley Lee, at the Atkinson
Mrs. Lee Gilman called on
Mrs. E f f i e Withers a n d
Mrs. Blossom Butler Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. btanton wyant ot
Columbia, Mo., and their son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Wyant
and Stanton of St. Genevieve, Mo.,
came Thursday, June 11, and vis
ited until Saturday at the B. W.
Waldo home. Mrs. Stanton Wyant
is Mr. Waldo's sister.
Roger Waldo and his cousin,
Connie Werner, accompanied Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mltton to Denver,
Colo., Tuesday, June 9, and vis
ted at the Harold Waldo’s. Roger
also visited his grandmother, Mrs.
Frank Searles and family.
Everett Moss of Los Angeles,
Calif., visited his sister, Mrs.
Bertha Sammons several days
last week. They were Sunday din
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arth
Mrs. Gene1 Thompson and son,
Ronnie and Miss Joan Fullerton
returned Thursday evening from
Omaha. Mrs. Thompson had tak
en Ronnie there for medical at
Llovd Waldo drove to Denver
Friday night with Wesley Kirk
land of Atkinson. They returned
home Saturday bringing Mr.
Kirkland's daughter, Mrs. Boh
(Onaleei Friedrichs and sons,
Kirk, Kip and Kerry with them.
They will visit here for about a
week. They will return to their
home in Farmington, N.M. The
Friedrich family had been in Den
ver for some time where Mr.
Friedrich was being treated for
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston,
Mark and Kay of Fremont visit
ed from Friday until Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dunk
Peterson and Don.
They were dinner guests Sat
urday at the home of Paul's uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Eamie
Mrs. Julia White of Atkinson vis
ited at the home of Mrs. Edith An
derson a few days last week.
Mrs. Mae White of Fremont has
been visiting her son-in-law and
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harlan
Dierking the past week. They re
ceived word Saturday of the death
of their brother-in-law, Kenneth
Nelson of Fremont, who was kill
ed in a car accident. The Nel
sons have visited her many times.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Widman
and Marcia and Mr. and Mrs.
Eamie Johnston attended the an
nual conference of the Methodist
church at Grand Island Wednes
day of last week. Rev Charles
Co\ will serve the Chambers
Ameliu churches again this year,
Mrs. Lindsey and Florence nc- j
compa rued Mrs Julia White to her
home in Atkinson Sunday and lat
er enjoyed a picnic dinner at the j
home of Mr. and Mrs Charles ;
Mr and Mrs. Anti>n Svatos vis
its! at Frank Pierces Thursday
evening, June 11.
Mr. and Mrs William Fry-rear
went to Norfolk June 10 to visit
their daughter, Mrs Ernest Gru
enlverg at the hospital theta'.
Mr. and Mrs. Alv in Forbes,
Gerald and Leslie of Ft. Collins,
Colo., were visiting their parents,
the Lew Fort vs anil Carl Smiths
last week. Alvin is now operating
a milk truck. Mrs Forbes will at
tend school again this summer
and the boys will stay here with
Mrs. Netie Bilstien and son. Bat,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peterson and
Mr. and Mrs. Rob Adair. Jerry
and Diane visited at Art IXvIittle's
Mr. and Mrs Gene Hansen and
family attended the stock car
races at Stuart Sunday evening.
Gene had an entry in the races
and won some placements
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Edwards
were Norfolk callers Monday On
the way home they stopped at the
Neligh hospital to visit Mrs.
Ralph Mans and baby daughter
Mrs. Mans is the former Ardell
Edwards, a niece of Delbert Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Art Doolittle
drove to St. Paul Sunday to meet
their granddaughters, Sandra and
Linda Teseti of Lincoln. The little
girls will visit here for awhile.
Don Peterson left Sunday eve
ning for Casper, Wyo , where he
began work Monday morning.
Mr and Mrs Oscar Fullerton
of Neligh visited their son. Roy
and family Sunday.
Mrs Stell Sparks and Lonnie
spent Sunday at Tommie IXiolit
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l'lte Woman's Society of llirist
ian Service met June 10 with Ed
ith Andersen The four new mem
in* rs of the past year were taken
into the society by an impressive
service list tty Hard Atl
We receivtxt our itinerary for our
Htumey to me ‘Middle East At
the regular meeting July 1 at Ed
ith Andersen's we wit! start on
our pilgrimage. Hapel Ott will
give the lesson. Margaret John
Thnrs., .lime IH
lioitcrt loggia. Ellen Parker
"The Lost Missile"
Disney’s *‘l*aul Runyon” Owtoon
Erl.-Sat., June 19-99
Joel McCrat, Forrest Tucker,
"Attack of the 50 Foot
Allison llaves, William Hudson
Sun.-Mon.-Tues., June 21-22-23
Alan Iduld. Jean Arthur
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