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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1959)
Family Will Spend
Three Years in France
By Mrs. II. 1C. Harris
S/sgt. and Mrs. Jack Charvat
and four children left Monday to
go to France. The trip will be
made by plane from Omaha. Sar
geant Charvat will be stationed
Mrs Charvat and children have
stayed several weeks with her par
ents Mr. and Mi's John Steskal.
The Steskals took them to Omaha
and remain'd there until they left.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koenig were
vacationing at the Koenig home
last week Mr. Koenig will attend
the University of Nebraska this
summer and will again Coach at
Stop & Shop
Rogers Feed Store
Where Your Dollar Buys More!
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80% Corn Wafers . ton $58.00
Calf Manna . 50 lbs. $4.60
Suckle . 25 lbs. $4.60
Bran . 100 lbs. $2.60
Tankage . 100 lbs. $5.50
Meat Scraps . 100 lbs. $5.50
40% Hog Supplement. 100 lbs. $4.50
Buy and Save at
WHEN BETTER FEEDS ARE MADE . . .
ROGERS WILL MAKE ’EM !
North of Burlington Depot , Phono 771
OPEN SATI RDAY NIGHTS
Jack Bailey, Mgr.
Bennett, for the coming school |
year- . , . .
Sister Armella is visiting rela- >
tives and friends in the communi- i
ty. Open huse was held for her |
at St John's on Sunday, June 7th. ;
Mrs Lucile Bauer visited at
the Rose Bauer home in Ewing i
and her sister, Mrs. Adolph Koen- j
ig and family.
Her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth |
Tomjack, who has been at the i
Koenig home for the past three
months will be at the Bauer home
for an indefinite period.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Koenig at
tended the Kallhofl- Blecher wed
ding held Saturday, June 6 at St.
Recent guest at the home of
Mrs. Harriet Welke was Mrs. Lu
cy Linder, a former resident of
the Ewing Community. She now
lives at Dallas, Texas.
Miss Vaukla Welke is attending
the Wayne State Teachers College,
working on her master's degree.
Miss Vlanda Biddlecome and Miss
Sharon Schmidt are also attending
Wayne State Teachers college
Louis Tanck of Norfolk spent
several days visiting at the home
of Mr, and Mrs. John A. Wood.
Dinner guests on Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Norwood were Mr. and Mrs. Wes
ley Cook of Venus.
Rev. Bessie Kline returned
home Friday from Kearney where
she had attended the state conven
tion of the Nebraska Assembly of
the Church of the Nazarene.
Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Norwood
and Mrs. Edna Lofquest accom
panied by friends attended the
Elkorn Valley Association conven
tion held at O’Neill last week.
Jerry Dickson, who has spent
the past week with his aunt and
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grim,
returned to his home in Sioux Ci
ty, la. on Monday.
Expected guests at the Elmer
Grim home on Tuesday were her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mis. William Heickel and children
of Mansfield, Ohio.
Mrs. C. C. Hahlbeck entertained
a numlier of friends a* an after
noon party at her home Friday
Mrs. Mary Alys Dierks Sprout
was honored guest at a miscellan
eous shower held Sunday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Max Wan
ser. Games were played for enter
tertainment before Mrs. Sprout
opened the gift packages.
Hostesses were the Mesdames
Ivan Wright, Louis Vandersnick,
Wayne Fry and Mrs. Dick Cun
ningham of Page, Mrs. Russell
Bredenkamp of York and Miss
Bernadine Rotherham of Lincoln.
Rodney Wright, the small son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wright is a
patient at the Antelope Memorial
hospital suffering from respiratory
Bob Eppenbach, who has been
a patient at the veterans hospital
at Grand Island was able to come
home on Friday.
Recent w'eekend guests at the
Ray Funk home were his sister
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Decker of Omaha.
Perry Saiser went to Omaha on
Wednesday, June 10 to visit at the
home of "his daughter, Mrs. Gor
don Hoag and family and also his
son, Raymond and family, He be
came ill and was taken on Friday
to the Province hospital at Lin
coln where he suffered a severe
His address is Province Hospital
Room 218 , 901 South 48th Street,
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Eacker at
tended the wedding of her cousin,
Claire Cox to W. J. McPheeter at
Cedar Rapids on June 4th. The
couple will make their home at
Inglewood, Calif. They made the
trip by plane.
Mr and Mrs. Russell Breden
kamp of York were weekend guests
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Eacker.
Mrs. Don Ilassel and children
of Dakota City are spending the
week with her grandmother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs Roy Rotherham
took their daughter, Bernadine
back to Lincoln on Sunday. She
had spent a few days at the par
Mrs. Ralph Eacker and Mrs. Ro
bert Tams sr. went to O’Neill on
Wednesday where they viewed the
art exhibit of the Holt County
schools. Much of this work will be
exhibited at the Holt County fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gunter of
Odebolt, la. visited her mother,
Mis. Anna Pollock on Sunday In
the afteAoon they were guests at
the home of Mi. and Mrs Don
Kellner and family at O'Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jefferies
and Mrs. Roy Wright were dinner
guests on Sunday at the home of
Mrs. Wilma Daniels and family.
Guests at the home of Mrs.
Marlha Hill and at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hill are
Mr. and Mrs Tom Durkee and
their daughter and husband, Mr.
and Mrs Paul Martin from Min
nesota, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Block
sr. of North Platte, Miss Louise
Block of Los Angeles, Calif, and
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Block jr. of
A family gathering was held Sa
turday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Hill and family.
A picnic supper was served fol
lowed by an evening of visiting.
Slides of Alaska were shown by
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Block jr. of
Anchorage. Other guests were
Mrs. Martha Hill of Ewing, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Durkee, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Martin from Minnesota,
i Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Block sr. of
North Platte and Miss Louise Block
of Los Angeles, Calif.
Mr and Mrs. Richard Edwards
and family spent#the weekend at
Harlan and Irwin, la. \isiting re
latives. Cathy and JoAnn remained
for a two weeks visit with their
grandparents. Mrs. Dora Shipp at
Harlan and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Edwards at Irwin. Mr. and Mrs.
Edwards and son returned to Ew
ing Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs Leonard Knapp
had as their guests Mr. and Mrs,
Wallace Young of Rutland, Ver
mont, who were enroute to Sun
Valley, Ida. They are long time
friends of Mrs Knapp
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Knapp
were hosts at a family dinner on
Sunday at their home. Present
were Mr. and Mrs Jerry Tom
jack and children. Mr. and Mrs.
Grover Shaw and Mr and Mrs.
Lev.* Hint;1., all of Ewing and Bob
Knapp of Brookings, S. 1)., who left
Monday to go to Mitchell, S. I).
where he has work for the sum
mer months in a drug store, lie
has just completed his third year
of college at Brookings.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk made
a business trip to Norfolk on
Thursday. They also called at the
home of In r brother, L>r. and Mrs.
Leo Spittler and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rotherham
and children spent Sunday at Al
bion ns guests of Mr. anti Mrs.
Harold Gragert. Sharon Kay Gra
gert accompanied them home and
is a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Rotherham and other re
A report on the daily vacation
Bible school June 1-7 was given
by Mrs. Ray Sedlvy at the Wed
nesday afternoon meeting of the
Woman's Society of Christian Ser
vice held at the parlors of the
First Methodist Church. Forty
children, who attend the Methodist
church were enrolled.
The refrigerator committee re
ported the purchase and installa
tion of a refrigerator in the church
June 24 was set for an officer's
training meeting at the parlors of
Plans were made for the society
to assist in the open house recept
ion honoring Miss Elsie Chase on
the evening of June 19, at the
Mrs. Anna Pollock, secretary of
literature and publication was re
quested to order a worship lx>ok
Greeting cards were sent to
Mrs. S. E. Borden, a former mem
ber now at Rapid City, S.D.. Mrs
Pauline Noffkc and Miss Anna Van
Zandt, who are confined to their
homes and Mrs. James Tinsley,
past president of the Society con
valescing at her home.
Mrs. Willis Rockey, president
conducted the business meeting
Mrs. J. L. Pruden vice-president,
opened the session with the read
ing of "Other” by Charles D
Meigs. The devotional Service was
in charge of Mrs. Henry Fleming
"A New Ambassador for Christ
The Tourist” was the theme of
the lesson presented by Mrs. Sis
Ehbengaard, Mrs. Earl Billing,
Mrs. Ray Sedivy and Mrs. Pollock
Refreshment hostesses Mrs.
Frank Schmidt and M r s.
Earl Van Ostrand served lunch to
18 members and one guest, Mrs.
Dora Townsend of Page.
By Mrs. Henry Reimer
Joe Bauer, 3 years old was
bitten by a dog last week. Twelve
stitches were required to close the
wounds The dog is being tested to
see if it has rabies.
Joe is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Little Paul Funk, 3, is still in the
Norfolk hospital where skin graft
ing will probably begin next we
ek.He is one of the twin sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Eddie Funk. Paul was
burned about the legs when his .je
ans caught fire near a trash fire
recently. His grandmother, Mrs
Paul Funk is also hospitalized in
Norfolk with injuries resulting
from a fall.
The H. E. O. Club met Thursday
June 11 at the Henry Reimer
home. A lesson on ‘‘Skillet Meals,”
consisting of Italian spaghetti and
skillet cookies was made by Mrs.
Maynard Stearns and served for
lunch by the hostess.
The next meeting will be in Sept
ember with Mary Steams.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson McDonald,
and Virginia spent Sunday at the
home of their son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Angus
and daughters in Lincoln.
Mr and Mrs. Ewald Spuhn and
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Bollwitt took
the Bollwitt's baby son to Omaha
for a medical chock up on Thurs
day. June 11.
Richard McDonald and 5 year
old daughter of Oakdale spent Thur
sday, June 11 at the Watson Mc
Mrs. Bertha McDonald, 86 is
being cured for in a rest home in
Mrs. Carolyn Bauer. IT. of Georg
ia visited her grandmother. Mrs.
G. A. Bauer last week,
Mrs. Melvin Rexine of Ewing
•and Mrs. Echo Fisher of St Ed
ward arrived home the first of Iasi
week from their trip to Florida.
Mr. and Mrs.L. L. Bartak spent
Sunday at the Leo Murphy home
Lawrence Scholl, 51, is seriou
sly ill in the Neligh hospital, lie
suffered a stroke.
Mrs Leo Funk. Mrs. John Raster,
and Mrs. Frank Bohn accompanied
Reverend Kubart to Omaha Thur
sday June 11, and attended a
Mrs. Clarence Funk and Betty
Ann came home from the Neligh
hospital on Thursday, June 11.
Mrs. Kenney Zisku, Keith. Bonnie
Joe, and Lou Ann of Atkinson s]x*nt
Friday at Leo Funks.
Patty Sehi, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Sehi ‘and Jerry Dosler
of Elgin were* married Tuesday,
June 9, at 9:30 a m. at St John’s
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer at
tended a meeting at the Joe Con
tois home in O’Neill on Thursday
evening. June 11.
Guy B- I>unning of Sutton was an
overnight guest. Mr Dunning Iras
retired from his duties as pastor
at Oread and is doing missionary
Mrs. Pat Burke and Merle Seht
are attending summer school at
Bill Bauer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Johnny Bauer, a junior in Ewing
high school is attending Boys
state in Lincoln. Beverly Rartak,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs diar
ies Rartak attended A 11 Camp in
Lincoln last week
We’ve had no rain since May We
could use some. The farmers are
busy putting up alfalfa and going
over the corn. Grasslioppers are
making their appearance in great
Mrs. Glen tlarpster celebrated
her birthday anniversary. She and
her family were guests of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Well Napier and
4-H Club Notes
1*1 NE-t« HOVE III STI.EKS
Pine Grove Hustlers 4-iI club
met at the home of Janette and
Donald Clemens Friday evening.
Roll call was answered by all
members and one guest.
The group divided for lessons.
Livestock Showing and groom
ing of calves was discussed and
R >pe Continued with making
Range Managment Discussed
progress of the grass plots.
Sewing Demonstration on Sew
ing on buttons and making button
Yeast Dreads Picked out the
best of each kind of rolls mafic.
At the close of the meeting our
, leader served linch.
! Nert meeting to be June X.
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