The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, June 25, 1959, Image 10
Bristow News Shower Held for Miss C. Thorell By Rosemary Johnson A pre-nuptial shower was given for Miss Connie Thorell on Satur day evening, June 13, at the Trini ty Lutheran church parlors. The room was decorated in the bride’s chosen colors of light blue and white. A w'ater sprinkler, cov ered with blue crepe paper with a white bow on the handle, was hung above the bride's head It looked as though a shower of water was failing. Blue and white streamers were strung from it to the plat form on which she sat. Behind the bride-to-be hung two blue joining hearts with a white arrow bearing names, Connie and Richard. Miss Thorell was seated at the gift table with her mother, Mrs. Con Thorell, and Mrs. Ada Varcoe, grandmother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Marvin Peterson had charge of the program Donna Hiatt played a piano solo, “Spring". Barbara and Linda Tho rell sang as a duet 'My Happiness’. A piano duet, 'Tea for Two . Was played by Mrs Ed gar Danielson •and Mrs. Benard 'Nelson. Two readings were given 1 by Mario Johnson. 'A June Bride and ‘Fathers are Funny’. Mrs Jerry Dennis sang a solo, "Every thing I Have Is Yours’. Miss Thorell then opend her many beautiful gifts. Everyone COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT AUCTION SALE At the place located I'/« miles east of the NE comer of Atkinson WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1:00 P.M. Machinery and Equipment 1948 Oldsinoltile 2-door Sedan, good condition; John Deere Model *•»" tractor on rubber; J l> No. 3 tractor mower and sickles; IHC Big mower; DIO 14* rake; Manure spreader; 10' disc; 2-sec tlon harrow ; 2 wagons, one with hay rack; 2 single row drills; Ditcher; Hay sweep for front mount on J-I) tractor; 2-wheel trail er; Cultivator; Several crensoted posts; Feed bunk; Several wood en gates and panels; Used woven wire; Saddle and 2 sets harness; Pump jack; Electric motor; Pipe fittings and barrels; IHC elec tric cream separator, pails and cream cans; several miscellan eous articles.—A FEW STACKS OF OLD HAY. Household Goods Maytag electric, washer, excellent condition; Topsy stove; Living room overstaffed set; Sewing machine; Oak buffet; 2 rocking chairs; Floor lamps ; 3 beds, complete; Dressers; 2 wooden ward robes; Writing desk; Throw mgs; Dishes; Baby bed; Cedar chest; 2 good finished doors; Ivor Johnson 12-gauge shotgun; Drum; Fruit jars; Sump pump; Electric motor; Drop leaf table; Clothes hamper; Servel gas refrigerator; Blaekstone 4-burner bottle gas cook stove; Plus many small items. TERMS OF SALE • CASH LUNCH SERVED ON GROUNDS AUGUST BRINKMAN, Owner Dean Fleming, Auctioneer Gib Schneider, Clerk Hotel O’Neill REOPENED FOR BUSINESS ' New Management We have leased the Hotel O'Neill from Tony Asimus Rooms for rent by the Night — Week or Month Airconditioned — Clean Rooms — Good Beds v Reasonable Rates MR. and MRS. RALPH STOWELL i.i . I I . % l From Ben Franklin's BIG SELECTION of FACTORY-FRESH FIREWORKS! ! j 5 BALL STARLIGHT SHELLS .' 20c j | 8 BALL STARLIGHT SHELLS. 25c j • 12 BALL STARLIGHT SHELLS .40c j 8 SPARKLERS . 10c 10 SPARKLERS (Imported). 25c MORNING GLORY SPARKLERS. 5c 2 BASE FOUNTAIN .20c 3 BASE FOUNTAIN . 25c HELICOPTER . 30c SMOKING CAP STICK. 15c BALL CAPS. 10c SATELLITE AND DISC. 15c SNAKES. 10c Parachute.25c PIN WHEEL . 10c ROLLER AND ZIG ZAG. 10c 2 BOTTLE FLYERS. 5c Patton-. O'Neill ?■ * M 4 « k1 ■ who came to the shower signed their name to a rolling pm and it was then presented to the bride. They also wrote recipes and ad vice for her. , Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Otto Wagner, Mrs. Howard DeVall, Mrs William Loukota, | Mrs. Emil Prokop and Mrs. Edgar Danielson. Paul Johnson of Hamill, S. D.,' was a Friday supper guest of the Melvin Johnsons. Pastor and Mrs. Elroy Anderson and family, Mrs Dase Landholm, J Mr. and Mrs. Duane Maiendorf and Steven, Mrs. Dorothy John son and Lavonne and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner and Randy of | Omaha spent Sunday afternoon with Olga Bengsten. The occasion was to celebrate! Olga Bengsten's and Mrs. Malen | dorf's birthdays. Marlin Anderson and Wayne j Martinson stayed with Mrs. Dor othy Johnson and Lavonne Tues day while their parents were in Norfolk Mrs. ‘Robert Boettcher made a business call at the Dorothy John son home one day last week. Mr, and Mrs. Pat Lindhorst and sons of Council Bluffs, la., visited Mrs. Lindhorst's mother, Mrs. John Truman, from Wednesday until Friday. Mrs. Emil Prokop and girls were Sunday guests at the C. G. Pratt home. Saturday vistors at the Con Thor ell home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chandler and family of Rockwell City, la.; Mrs. Joe Fuhr of Beat rice: Dick Carmine of Wavne; Wen dell Van Arsdol of Woodbine, la.; Jack Ryan of Underwood, la-; Dave Christensen of Omaha, and Julian Thorell. Carol Prokop of Omaha spent the weekend with ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Prokop. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiley and fam ily spent the week at the Billy Teadtke home. They all enjoyed a picnic at the O'Neill park Sunday alter which the Wiley family left for their home in Diggins, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiley of Mis souri called on Mrs. Vernie Bayne and Charles Headley Wednesday morning, June 17. Clarence Jacobson of St. Paul called on Mrs. Vernie Bayne and Charles Headley Sunday afternoon. He was an old time resident of Gross. Mi’s. Maurice Korb and Mrs. Harry Delfs spent Sunday after noon visiting Mrs. Vernie Bayne. Mrs. Harry Holmberg, Ardith and Marilyn called on Mrs. Vernie Bayne Sunday afternoon. Henry Olson spent Sunday eve ning with Mrs. Vernie Bayne and . Charles Headley. Mrs. Larry Bowers, Pam and Larry Neil spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Arden Johnson in Holt conn tv. Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman were Sunday supper guests at the Ed Dreher home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dreher called on Mrs. Fred Peterson of Spencer Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hafsaas at tended a family dinner at Picks town Sunday. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scheinost and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harris and girls and Mrs. James Slecta and Dickie. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hafaas and Mrs. James Slecta were Saturday visitors in Niobrara. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hafsaas were Sunday afternoon coffee guests at the Ladd Scheinost home. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hiatt and Donna and M. R. Marlatt attended the Hiatt reunion in Norfolk Sun day Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hiatt and Donna and M. R. Marlatt attended the Hiatt reunion in Norfolk Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hiatt and Donna and M. R. Marlatt visited at the Ed McAllister home in Mad ison Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Delfs spent the weekend at the Maurice Korb home. Mrs. J. T. Olson and Florence and Mrs. Edith Hewitt accompanied the ambulance home trom the Lutheran Hospital in Sioux City Saturday. Mrs. Olson fractured her hip, but is now doing nicely. Her children have been coming to help care lor her. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kraft spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Boo Carr and Charley Carr homes in O'Neill. and boys were Wednesday, June 17 and boy? were Wendesday, June 17 ; evening visitors at the Dave Land holm home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chandler and family of Rockwell City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fuhr and family of Beatrice; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruda and tamily and Mr. and Mrs. Con thorell and girls were guests of Julian Thorell at a steak barbecue at the Thorell home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beckner were Sunday afternoon visitors at llie home oi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Osborn in O'Neill. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson and lamily of Burke. S. D. spent Father s day with Mr. and Mrs. Art Joltnson. Ooldie Berg of Palm Springs, Cain., came Sunday evening lor a visit with her mother Mrs. Claire Van Hove and other home folks. Mrs. Melvin Rudholm and Mrs. Earnest Chore called at the Van Hove home Sunday afternoon. Harold Dean Johnson returned to Mernman, after a weeks stay with the Melvin Johnsons. Wayne and Donald Wiley returned with him. Wednesday afternoon luncheon guests of Mrs. Darlles Sandberg of snenrer were Mrs. Carrie Barla, Mrs. Oral Burnett, Mrs. Uayle Couch, Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Mrs. Louis Scheinost, Mrs. F. E. Lien hart, Mrs. F. F. Martin and Mrs. Joe Loock. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson and Rosemary were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Melvin Spangler home in O'Neill. Mrs. Lillie Pearson, Ronald and Christy Uribe of Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lightfoot were Fri day evening dinner guests at the Chore home. Mr. and Mrs. E. A Chore were June 17 evening visitors at Mrs. Joe Petersons Mrs. E. A. Chore returned June 14 from a visit at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Stanton in Park Island, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rudholm and sons, Robert and Thomas of Parlier, California and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacobson of St. Paul, Nebraska were Sunday dinner guests at the E. A. Chore home. Mrs. J. T. Olson and Mrs. Lea nard Anderson recently suffered hip fractures in their homes. Jones' ambulance tranferred Mrs. Olson to Sioux City and Mrs. Anderson to Omaha for surgery. Mrs. Olson re turned home by ambulance Satur day. Amelia News Missionary Will Deliver Address, Show Slides By Miss Florence Lindsey Uniola Adams, a missionary from Liberia, Africa, will show slides and give a talk Thursday evening, July 2 at 8 o’clock at the Methodist church in Amelia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce re ceived word Monday morning that their grandson, Dick Ilrau was ill in St. Joseph's Hospital at Omaha, suffering with ulcers. Mr. Brau's wife is the former Radee Wick ham. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clyde and son, Daniel of Auburn, Wash., were overnight visitors Monday of last week with his cousin, Mrs. Lew Backhaus and Mr. Backhaus. Vern Sageser went to Sioux City, la., Monday where he had cattle on the market. Miss Deanna Porter of Chambers visited Monday and Tuesday of last week with her sister, Mrs. o Clifford Clemens and family . i Mr. and Mrs. Levi Clemens were guests on Sunday at a Fath cts day dinner at the home of their son, Clifford Clemens and family. . Ralph Rees accompanied his brother- in-law, Amos N inham on a fishing trip to Willow Lake near Bassett Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chapman of Rapid City, S. D., visited his moth er, Mrs. Effie Withers the first of last week. They went on to Storm Lake, la., for a few days vacation returning here Friday and visiting until Saturday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Dierking and Cynthia attended the funeral of Mrs. Dierking's brother-in-law, Kenneth Nelson, at Fremont on Tuesday, June 16. Mrs. Hazel Scott of Jewett, Ohio and Mrs. Bea Trombette of Reno, New, left Thursday morning afrer a visit with Everett Winings, Rita and Ronald. Vern Sageser, Jim Gibson and others attended the Casey Tibbs rodeo at Yankton, S. t>., on Sun day, June 7. The Tibb s rodeo stock will lie featured at the Holt County fair in Chamliers this year. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder, Mr. Alvin Snyder, Richard, Donald and Silva of Jewett, Ohio came Mon day to visit Everett Wining, Rita and Ronnie. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Joy and son, Donald Kay left Wednesday, June 17 after a months visit with Mrs. Joy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn White. They were scheduled to go earlier but could not get train re servations. Their home is at Wal la Walla, Wash. Miss Dorothy Fisher left Thurs day, June 18 for Seattle, Wash., where she will visit her brother in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Myers. Richard Wehland of Holdredge is spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Johnston He plans to help in the hay field. Ri chard's mother is Mr. Johnston's niece. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thompson visited iheir son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur DeWolf at Kimball over the weekend Mrs. Edgar Jungman entered the Atkinson Memorial hospital I ci..,._in.r limn 90 fnr mpdipflfinn. i - Mr. and Mrs. Russel Jons ot Bennington visited at the Marian Dierking's last w e e k returning home Sunday, June 21. Mr. and Mrs. Gale If ix, Sheila, Gaylen, Larry, Rodger, and Dan ny of Scottsbluff visited over Sat urday with their parents, the El mer Fix and HMrs. Alice Prewitt families. Sheila stayed to help her aunt, Mi's. Walter Slaymaker for the summer. Gaylen and Larry are visiting the Prewitts. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fullerton, Bruce, Craig and Tama visited at the Forest Maple’s home near Or chard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Johnston and Richard Wehlund were Sun day dinner guests at Lew Back haus’. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharp of Kimberly, Ida., arrived the early part of the week to visit her grand mother, Mrs. Bertha Sammons. Mrs. Sharp, the former Rochelle Sammons, was married Sunday, June 20 and the young couple was on their honeymoon trip. A show-. er was given for her Wednesday evening, June 17. Mr. and Mrs. George Fullerton and daughter, Phillis arrived home on June 16 from Lancaster, Calif., where they had attended the wed ding of their son, Don Fullerton. The newly married couple is ex pected to arrive during the week on their wedding trip. Mrs. Bernard Blackmore and Mrs. Link Sageser attended a Re bekah friendship at Burwell Fri day evening, Memebrs of the lodge from Sargent, Ord and Chambers were guests of the Burwell group. Julius Belew and son, Marlin and Miss Mary Magley of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ragland, Vivian, Jaunita and Royvan of Page and ’-' THANK ! i YOU!! We wish to thank our friends of O'Neill and surrounding com munities for their patronage while we were in business at the Segerwood Cafe. In the future we will be happy to have all of you eat with us at the Sparetime Cafe. Opening Sat., June 27 • 0, RUTH AND i A. L. "Woody” WOOD Mr, and Mi's Charles Coolidge and Kenneth of Chambers visited at Elmer Cuolidges on Sunday. Harry Humphrey of Hutton'Val ley. Mo., came Tuesday, June 16 and has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Coolidge. Mr and Mrs. Frank Pierce called at Carl Schode's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Forbes and sons of Fort Collins, Colo., visited o\er Monday night of Iasi week at Dick Doolittle's. Mr. and Mrs. William Fryrear visited at the home of their daugh ter, Mrs. Ernest Gruenberg and family Sunday. Mrs. Gruenberg had returned on Wednesday June 17 from the hospital in Norfolk where she hail major surgery. Mrs. N. P. McKee of Atkinson called on Mrs. Ralph Rees Wed nesday afternoon, June 17. The Sagesers attended the Asa Hubbard funeral at the Methodist church in Chambers last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Ott were fishing at Pickstown Sunday. Mrs. Lindsey and Florence were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Rouse Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rouse, Carolyn and Joy were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winings, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winings, Jerrol and Marcia left Monday morning for Pillager, Minn., to visit Mrs. Jack Winings parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Terwilliger. Everett Win ings, Rita and Ronnie are doing chores for Jack. St C. Barnett submitted to ma jor surgery Thursday morning, June 18 at the Methodist Hospital in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Forbes and sons, were visiting friends in the Amelia Neighborhood on Wednes day of last week. The Forbes re cently moved to Fort Collins, Colo. Their address is 602 LaPorte ave nue. Gerald and Leslie do not plan to stay here as stated in last week's report. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Travers and Harold and Mrs. Viola Travers of Riverside, Calif., arrived here the early part of the week to visit at the Arthur Hiatt and Levi Clemens homes. The McGinnis property was sold at a referee s sale Saturday, June 19. Arthur Hiatt brought the part known as the Mulligan place and Dvorak Bros, of Atkinson pur chased the main tract. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cunningham and three daughters of Fellows, Calif., came Sunday and visited a few days at the B. W. Waldo home. Mrs. Fellows is a niece of Mrs. Waldo and John Zinkon. Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Waldo were Rev. and Mrs. Bob' Kalb, Kathy, Karla and Kent of Willspoint. Tex as, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cunningham and family of Fellows, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Smith and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Werner and Connie of Chambers, Mr. and Mrs Ronald Rouse of Burwell, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Waldo, Roger, Darla, Debra, Bruce and Larry, and John Zinkon of Amelia. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pribil and family of O'Neill visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clemens and family Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stoecker and Cheri of Franklin \ isited Sunday with Bill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stoecker. Try the Frontier Want Ads. For quick results phone 788 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS \VI> Fred Menke to Warren F. Roberts 6-12-59 $1 SE‘4 33-31-16 \M> R. H Parker to Charles P. Regan and wife 6-20-59 $1200 S't NEi4 27-27-10. WD—Thomas S. Nightengale, et. al., to Catherine Prussa 4-16-59 $16,000 SW>4 6-29-14. WD—Dennis H. Murphy to V. Darrel Adamson, et al., 6-15-59 $1 NE'4 and SW'4 Section 9-29-11. WD—Everett M. Jarman, et. al to Walter W. and Henry W Brown 6-8-59 $1 Lots 5 and 6 Bloch B Chambers to replace former deed that was lost. I.tindbenc Memorial Hoepitai Creighton ADMITTED: June 13-20 Patsy AJbin of Brunswick; Mrs Anna Reynolds of Niobrara; Pat Wintz of Creighton: Carol Kumm ot W'm r.otoon; Dennis Bohren of Winne loon; William Mitteis ot Royal; Mrs. Billie Fritz of Center; Mrs. Byrid Buxton of Royal; Allen Mc Carroll of Niobrara: Mrs Kenneth Meintz of Creighton; Mrs. Ray Uitkes of Creighton DISMISSED: Patsy Albm of Brunswick. Carol Kumm bt W ine t,*>n; Pat Wintz of Creighton; Wil liam Mitteis of Royal; Frank Pierce of Verdigre; Mrs. Barney l tuba iiul daughter of W'au-a; 250 CATTLE TODAY We wIII have around 2*0 cattle today: there w ill be a consign ment of 15 head of good Hereford heifers, and another of two loads of fat cows and several consignments of calves and light yearlings, tin* calves weighing between 406 and 806 pounds. There will be a 3-year old black Angus, registered bull on the block. 1'here will be 250 feeder pigs and hog sale will begin at 42:30 p.m. This looks like a good sale for this time of year. O'NEILL LIVESTOCK MARKET PHONIC 2 Vern * Leigh Reynoldson Stop & Shop 4 Rogers Feed Store Where Your Dollar Buys More! THIS WEEK SPECIALS: Hi Lass Cattle Fattner.ton $58.00 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 Rogers Products WHEN BETTER FEEDS ARE MADE . . . ROGERS WILL MAKE 'EM ! North of Burlington Depot Phone 771 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS Jack Bailey, Mgr. Flower filled fashions in summer prints Altogether airy and carefree in sheer chiffon Dacron • DuPont trademark fo* ha polyetter fibar Illustrated is just one of four charmers designed by Karen Kane in ‘Dacron chiffon. It has a blue bell print with fluted ruffle yoke. Others are bubble, carnation, and provincia prints Beautifully washable and they need no ironing! 12-20. 14/2-221/a.