The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, July 02, 1959, Image 6

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    JL Social
forecast
W«lne<iUjr, July I.
O'Neill Ivies' Open Golf Tour
nament, Events begin at 8 a.m.
Legion Auxiliary
Thursday, July 2
Presbyterian Women's Associa
tion
Friday. July 3
Rehakah
Come Double C' A's
Tuesday, July 7
v era
t h 1 i c Daughters' Business
O'Neill Women Play
In Norfolk Invitational
Ninteen O’Neill women traveled
to Norfolk last Wednesday to par
ticipate in the golf and bridge at
the Norfolk Invitational Women’s
Golf Tournament. The day’s events
included breakfast, golf, cocktails,
luncheon and bridge.
Two of the women returned
home with prizes. They were Mrs
A1 Carroll whining high score in
golf and Mrs L. A. Burgess, win
ning a bridge prize for second
high score.
The women who entered the golf
events were Mrs. Fritz Yantzi,
Mrs. Fred Appleby, Mrs. A. P.
Jaszkow'iak. N y 1 a Jaszkowiuk,
Mrs Ben Grady, Mrs. Don Tem
plemeyer, Mrs. George Hammond.
Mrs Newton Mullendore, Mrs.
Rex Wilson, Mrs. D. A. Kersen
brock, Mrs. Max Wyanser, Mrs. Al
Carroll, Mrs Bud Cole and Mrs
Boh Cole. |||M|| ^
Those who participated in bridge
were Mrs. John Conard, Mrs. L.
A Burgess, Mrs F. J. Dishner,
Mrs. Ira Moss and Mrs. K. L.
Van Voorhis.
Former Superintendent
Plans Hawaiian Trip
BIAIR The former Holt county
superintendent. Miss Klija McOil
lough, Is making plans here for her
ninth summer tour..
Known as "Miss Mac" on the
Dana College Campus, she has
conduoted student tours to Alaska.
Europe, Mexico, Canada and sev
eral areas of the United States.
Miss Mac and 14 students and
teachers will leave Nebraska July
DANCE
ASH GROVE
Saturday, July 4th
Manta bj
BUD VAN FLEET
ADMISSION: Me
Ernie Br L
IN ATKINSON
27 to fly to Hawaii. They will
spend 10 days on the islands, re
turning to tour the Grand Canyon.
During this year of Diamond
Jubilee at Dana', Miss Mac is cele
I brating her golden anniversary of
teaching in the state. She has
served in every capacity from an
I elementary teacher to a college
professor She is presently a pro
fessor of elementary education, a
position she has held since 1951.
Hospital Notes
St. Anthony’s
ADMITTED: June 23— Debra
Sivesind of O'Neill; 24 Mrs. Letta
Conrad of O’Neill; John Kennedy
of O'Neill; John Kitchen of Atkin
son; Mrs. Harry Tibbetts of O'
Neill; Mrs. Donald Hoffman of
Chambers; Dean Larson of O'
Neill. 25 Mrs Thomas Murray of
O'Neill; Teresa Engelhaupt of
Spencer. 26 Miss Nancy Wray of
O’Neill; Jolene Curren of O’Neill;
Gayle Waggoner of Houston, Tex.
27 Wilmer Crawford of Lynch;
Mrs. Leo Vandersnick of Ewing;
James C. Parker of O’Neill;
James Welch of O'Neill; Mrs. Tho
mas Murray of O’Neill; John Kit
chens of Atkinson. 28 Mrs. Cliff
Fleming of Ewing; Kerry Spittler
of O’Neill; Lee Gilman of Amelia;
Carol Harmon of O’Neill; John
Shoemaker of O'Neill. 29—Robert
Kramer of O’Neill; Rosemary Ma
hony of O’Neill; Mrs. Connie C.
Calloway of Ainsworth.
DISMISSED: 23- Mrs Ross M.
Ridgeway of O'Neill; Mrs. Cliff
J. Fleming of Ewing; Linda Ray
Walter of Chambers; Mrs. Wayne
Sanders of Inman; Leann Kom
ock of Page; David Max of Page.
24 John Kitchen of Atkinson;
Mrs Ralph Wurtz of Spencer. 25—
Oliver Hill of O’Neill; Mrs. Tho
mas Murray of O’Neill; Mrs. Lar
ry Tibbetts of O’Neill. 26 Ellen
Abart of O’Neill; Mrs. Donald
Hoffman of Chambers; Teresa En
gelhaupt of Spencer. 27—Gayle
Waggoner of Houston, Tex.; Wil
mer Crawford of Lynch; Nancy
Wray of O'Neill; Elizabeth Lucero
of Denver, Colo. 28 Dean Larson
of O'Neill; Debra Sivesind of O’
Neill. 30—Robert Kramer of O’
Neill. who was transferred to a
Sioux City hospital.
EXPIRED: June 27—John Ken
nedy of O’Neill.
ATKINSON MEMORIAL
ADMITTED: June 21— Mrs.
William Kohle of Stuart. 22—Mrs.
Lawrence Ziska of Stuart: Mrs.
Virgil Parks of O’Neill. 23—Wil
liam Ulrich of Atkinson; Mrs. Don
ald Putnam of Atkinson. 24—Mrs.
Ida Becker of Atkinson; Mrs. Jul
ia White of Atkinson; Mrs. Ruth
Thompson of Naper. 26—John
Damero of O’Neill. 27—Mrs. Ro
bert Ramm of Stuart. 28—Mrs.
Lyle Scholz of Chambers.
DISMISSED: June 23—J o a n
Cronk of Page; Mrs. John Shald
of Stuart; Frank Weander of
Stuart; Mrs. Donald Putnam of
Atkinson. 24—Rohbie Olson of At
kinson; Dixie Shaw of Emmet;
Mrs. James Edward and daughter
of Ainsworth; Mrs. Robert Jonas
and daughter of Stuart. 25—Mrs.
William Kohle of Stuart; Frank
Bose of Stuart; Mrs. George Ries
of Atkinson. 27—Mrs. Lawrence
Ziska of Stuart and daughter; Mrs.
Virgil Parks and son of O'Neill;
Mrs. Ruth Thompson of Naper;
Mrs. Leo Weichman and daugh
ter of Stuart. 28— Mrs. Ida Becker
of Atkinson; Mrs. Joe Albrecht of
Atkinson.
SACRED HEART HOSPITAL
Lynch
ADMITTED: Master Drew Clas
sen of Lynch; Mrs. Mary Clas
sen of Spencer; John Dickey of
Spencer; Mrs. Charles Femau of
Naper; Mrs. Clarence Kolund of
Lynch; Mrs. Jannettie Nelson of
Center; Mrs. Charles Person of
Niobrara; Mrs. J. B. Roush of
Butte: Mrs. Bertha Ruff of Spen
cer; Mrs. Ruth Talbert of Bristow;
Mrs Frank Vondika of Verdel.
Dismissed: June 23—Mrs. Louis
Goeke of Atkinson. 24 Dale Au
diss of Anoka; C. W. Christensen
of Lynch; Mrs. Frank Cranford
of Lynch. 25—Mrs. John Tarr of
Butte. 27 Glen Londberg of Bri
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stow; Mrs Donald Schommer of
Butte; Mrs. John Carr and Baby
of Spencer; Charles Greeno of
Butte; Mrs. Onie Hood of Butte,
28—J. M. Small of Naper. 29
Miss Minnie Herrmann of Butte.
SACRED HEART
KOLUND The Clarence Ko
lunds. Lynch, daughter, 9 pounds,
14 ounces June 26. This is the cou
ple's fifth child and third daughter.
ATKINSON MEMORIAL
ZISKA The Lawrence Ziskas,
I Stuart, have named their daughter,
Debra Louise.
PARKS The Virgil Parks’, 0 -
Neill, have named their son, Zane
Edward.
ST. ANTHONY’S
FLEMING—The Cliff Flemings,
Ewing, daughter, Nancy Jolene, 6
pounds, 4 ounces. June 28.
IAJNDKERG MEMORIAL
FREDRICKSEN — The Dennis
Fredricksen, Bloomfield, daughter,
Mona Sue, 4 pounds, 15 ounces,
June 27.
ELSEWHERE
BAULD — The John Baulds,
Gresham, Ore., son, Kevin John,
7 pounds, 4 ounces, June 24. Pa
ternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs Earl Bauld of O’Neill.
MOLER—S-Sgt. and Mrs. John
Moler. Cambridge, Mass., daugh
ter. The paternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moler of O'
Neill.
THE
COURTHOUSE
Marriage Licenses
John W. Buhlmann, Jr., 21, Bart
lett and Bonnie K. Banks, 18, In
man, June 25.
Randolph Leon Johnston, 20, Ree
Heights, S.D., and Sharon Louise
Fry, 17, Burwell, June 25.
Richard Deermer, 20, Atkinson
and Marjorie Dobias, 20, Atkinson,
June 25.
Otis Clark Rager, 26, Gordon,
and Helen Fern Thomas, 25, O'
Neill, June 26.
Robert Harper Beelaert, 21, Page
and Joyce Elaine Dobrovolny, 17,
Atkinson, June 26.
Bernard Francis Pruss, 28, Orch
ard and Barbara Jeanne McCarthy,
20, O'Neill, June 30.
DISTRICT COURT
A passport was issued June 29
to Jane Lynette Simmons, 25,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
S. Simmone of Page. Miss Sim
mons plans to go to France where
she will teach school on the army
post.
COUNTY COURT
State vs. Gerald Bruggeman,
Hoskins, Nebr., overweight on
capacity plate, fined $15 and $4
costs; officer Donald F. Richard
son, June 25
State vs. William A Miller, O -
Neill, speeding night, fined $10 and
$4 costs; officer E. M. Hastreiter,
June 25.
State vs. Ves Bohm, Ewing, as
sault and battery, rtned $20, $1 sher
iff’s fee and $5 costs; William
Bohm, June 26.
State vs. Robert J. Schommer,
Spencer, drinking alcoholic bev
erage on public highway, fined $10
and $4 costs; officer E. M. Has
treiter, June 26.
State vs. Jerry J. Kayle, Spencer,
motor vehicle equipped with un
lawful muffler, fined $10 and $4
costs; officer E. M. Hastreiter,
June 26.
State vs. Jerald L. Day, Ewing,
possession of alcoholic liquor by
minor, fined $25 and $4 costs; of
ficer E. M. Hastreiter, June 27.
State vs. LeRoy Pofahl, Ewing,
possession of alcoholic liquor by
minor, fined $25 and $4 costs; of
ficer E. M. Hastreiter. June 27.
State vs. Leonard L. Thomas,
Centerville, la., no reciprocity,
fined $10 and $4 costs; officer Clif
ford L. Kizzire, June 27.
State vs. Fred Strong, Lawndale,
Calif., overgross on interior group
of axles, fined $50 and $4 costs; of
ficer Clifford L. Kizzire, June 29.
State vs. Bernard R. Allen, O’
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by minor $50 and $4 costs; officer
E. M. Hastreiter, June 29.
State vs. John E. Turner, O'Neill,
possession of alcoholic liquor by
minor, fined $25 and $4 costs; of
ficer E. M Hastreiter, June 29.
State vs. Larry D. Cleary, O’
Neill, possession of alcoholic liquor
by minor, fined $25 and $4 costs;
officer E. M. Hastreiter, June 29.
State vs Jack M. Smith, Atkin
son, possession of alcoholic liquor
by minor, $25 and $4 costs; officer
E. M. Hastreiter, June 29.
State vs. Jack L. Gilman, Atkin
son, speeding day. fined $70 and $4
costs; officer E. M Hastreiter,
June 29.
State vs. Willard W. Rogers, Ains
worth. speeding day, $15 and $4
costs; officer E. M. Hastreiter,
June 29.
State vs. James D. Enright. O’
Neill, possession of alcoholic liquor
by minor, fined $25 and $4 costs;
officer E. M. Hastreiter, June 30.
150 at Spencer
Buffalo Bar-Be-Cue
SPENCER—About 150 persons at
tended the buffalo barbecue held
at the Don Angel farm home Sun
day evening.
The meat was prepared by
Loyd Brooks of O’Neill 'and serv
ed buffet style. Tables were ar
ranged on the lawn and music was
furnished by Dennis and Duane
Nemec.
Many persons attempted to ride
“the buffalo”, -an oil drum saddled
and tied with ropes to trees tc
aid in the "bucking” process.
Try the Frontier Want Ads. For
quick results phone 788
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harper Beehiert married Sunday, June 28
in rite ai Methodist church in Atkinson. The couple will reside at Page
Photo by O'Neill Photo Co
Miss Joyce Dobrovolny,
Robert Harper Beelaert
Wed at Atkinson
Miss Joyce Elaine Dobrovolny,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Dobrovolny of Atkinson and Ro
bert Harper Beelaert, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Beelaert of Page,
were united in marriage at 3:00
o'clock p.m. Sunday, Jupe 28 at
the Methodist church in Atkinson.
The Rev. Charles H. Gates offi
ciated at the double ring cere
mony.
Bouquets of white stocks and
scallops of tulle decorated the al
tar and soft nuptial music filled
the church while the guests arri
ved with Beth Kuehn at the or
gan. Songs were sung by Jim Hen
dricks of Hastings. He sang “Be
cause ", “O Perfect Love’ and “I
Love You Truly".
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and wore a gown
fashioned of chantilly lace and
and tulle over taffeta. The sculp
tured bodice was styled with a mo
dified sabrina neckline framed in
appliqued flowers of lace, embel
lished with seed pearls and irides
cents. The sleeves were breif and
also styled of lace. The bouffant
floor length skirt of tulle featured
appliques of lace embroidered with
seed pearls and iridescents and
panels of lace front and back that
flowed into a chapel train.
The finger tip veil of imported
silk illusion was caught to a shell
of lace and pearls. She carried a
colonial bouquet of red roses, ste
phanotis and lily of the valley.
Miss Gloria Dobrovolr^ of
Grand Island was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Robert
Prill, sister of the bridegroom and
Misses Shirley LeMunyan and Ar
lyce Jones. They wore sheath
dresses in pastel rainbow shades
of green, yellow, pink and laven
der. They were styled alike in
polished cotton covered with white
lace with matching tulle over
skirts showing a panel of lace to
match that of the bride's gown.
Their headpeices were made in
delicate leaf design of matching
tulle and seed pearls. The maid of
honor was set apart with a short
veil attached to her headpeice.
They carried bouquets of white
asters and each wore a string of
pearls, gifts from the bride.
Flow’er girl was Marcia Stauffer,
cousin of the bridegroom. She scat
tered rose petals down the aisle
as the bride entered.
Jerald Heiser, nephew ol the
bride, was ring bearer. He car
ried the rings on a white satin
heart shaped pillow decorated
with rainbow colored streamers
of satin ribbon, also wedding bells
under an arch of white.
Elmer Saltz of Page, served as
best man. D o n a 1 d Dobrovolny,
brother of the bride, Eddie Krug
inan and Lonnie Root were
groomsmen. The groom and his
attendents all wore gray business
suits with white carnation bouton
niers.
Ushers were Ernest Schiffem,
cousin of the bride and Robert
Prill, brother-in-law of the bride
groom.
For her daughter’s wedding
Mrs. Dobrovolny chose a navy
dress with white assesories. The
bridegroom's mother also wore a
navy dress with white assessories
Their corsages were white carna
tions.
Following the wedding ceremony
a reception for nearly 200 guests
was held in the church basement.
Preparation was by the church
circle with Mrs. W. C. Gage in
charge. Mrs. Jesse Dobrovolny,
aunt of* the bride cut the wedding
cake. Karen Johnson and June
Focken served the punch. Servers
at the bride’s table were Beverly
Brittell, Elsie Karr and Shirley
Sterns.
Miss Bonnie Dobrovolny sister
Of the bride, had charge of the
guest book. Candle lighters were
Miss Becky Beelaert, sister of the
bridegroom and Stanley Dobrovol
ny, brother of the bride. Mrs. Don
Mills and Mrs. Maynard Coleman
ftfcd charge of the gift table.
The bride attended Atkinson high
school and lived on a ranch with
her parents 16 miles south of At
kinson.
Mr. Beelaert is a graduate of
the Page high school class of 1955,
was active in 4-H and his been
helping his father with farming
and ranching operations near
Page.
For going away, the bride chose
a brown dress with white asses
sories and a corsage of red sweet
heart roses.
After a trip to the Black Hills
and Yellowstone the couple will
be at home on a farm southeast
of Page.
Out of town guests for the wed
ding were from Valentine, Wood
Lake, Bassett, Stuart, Page, Ew
ipg and Madison.
PAULINE GOLDFUSS MARRIES
Vases of seasonal garden flowers
and potted plants decorated the
altar of St. Peters Lutheran
church in Orchard for the 2 p.m.
double ring ceremony uniting in
i marriage Pauline Goldfuss, daugh
ter of Mr and Mrs. Oswald Gold
fuss of Brunswick, formerly of
Page, and David L. Durre, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Durre of
Ewing.
Rev. D. L Braunersruether of
Clearwater officiated.
A quartet, Rudolph, Eugene,
Thilo and Paul Poessnecker, all of
Atkinson, sang “0 Perfect Love’’
accompanied by Werner Poess
necker of Atkinson at the organ
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, chose a strapless gown
of net over taffeta with a net stole.
The ballerina length skirt was for
med of three tiers of ruffled lace
scattered with embroidered rose
, buds. Embroidered medallions
I
with sequin trim held her switch
veil She carried a colonial bou
of pink carnations.
Mrs. Clarence Bittner of Royal
was matron of honor. She wore a
blue gown fashioned similar tc
that of the bride. Her corsage was
of ping carnations.
Ramon Farewell of Ewing was
best man. Johnny Goldfuss and
Richard Poessnecker, both of At
kinson, ushered. The men wore
carnation boutonnieres.
A reception for 100 guests was
held in the church parlors. The
five tier crake decorated with yel
low roses and wedding bells flank
ed by tapers, centered the bride’s
table. The cake was baked by Mrs.
Roy Nelson of Stanton, cousin oi
the bridegroom.
Ruth Durre registered the guests
and assisted with the gifts. Mrs
Gene Goldfuss of Atkinson was in
charge of the gift book. Mrs. Fred
Schwager of Ewing cut and served
the cake.
! Minister from t an.ula
' To Speak at Creighton
1 CREIGHTON Rev. J. M Mur
ray of Three Hills, Alliertn, Can.,
spoke at 8 p m Tuesday at Grace
Bible church here. He is vice
president of the Prairie Bible In
s itute at Three Hills.
Pauline Johnson. Arlie Reimer.
and Sally Young sang with Rho
da Murray as accompanist.
ORCHARD DEFEATS
ILBION, ** 1, FOR
XTH STRAIGHT WIN
ALBION Undefeated Orchard
rapped Albion, 9-1, here Sunday
for its eighth straight North Cen
tral league victory
Albion pulled a triple play.
Score by innings:
Orchard 000 102 213—9 10 2 1
Albion 100 000 000 1 6 3 :
Curtis, M. Mitties and Erb; Om
mert, D. Homolka -and Qualsett.
LARGE CROWD IS
AT 4-H PROGRAM
GIVEN AT SPENCER
SPENCER A large crowd at
tended the Boyd County 4-H Club I
program presented by the clubs,
of the county Saturday evening at;
the Spencer Community Hall.
Ronald Gustafson, county 'agent,
had charge of the program.
Clubs participating were the Nio
brara Rambler Club of Butte. Wild
Rose Club of Nuper, Spring Valley
Club of Spencer, Jolly Workers of
Butte, Jills and Joes of Spencer.
Nimble Fingers of Spencer. River
view Livestock club of Spencer,
Spring Valley Homemakers club
of Spencer
Instrumental numliers were play
ed by Dennis and Duane Nemec
accordian and drums; Rose Mary
Holmberg and Carol Anderson,
trombone duet with Beverly An
derson as accompanist.
Merilyn and Ardith Holmberg
played u piano duet. Karen Bow
ers and Linda Howell, both of the
Lucky Star club, spoke.
Ftiedrick Winnenthal, visiting
exchange student, told of his home
in Germany.
Several 4-Her s were dressed as
clowns and entertained.
iAincheon was sold and the pro
ceeds will be given to the Halsey
4-H camp.
O’NEILL BIANKS
CHAMBERS, 5 TO 0
CHAMBERS — O'Neill sluggers
broke up a pitcher's duel with a
four-run splurge in the eighth inn
ing that beat Chambers. 5-0, Sun
day in a North Central scrap.
A. Carson, O'Neill hurler, stop
ped Chamber's batters with six-hit
pitching. Hilligas held O’Neill to
one run in the first seven innings.
Score by innings.
O'Neill 000 100 040 5 10 2
Chambers 000 000 000 0 6 3
A Carson and J. McGinn; Hili
gas and Dankert.
BABY DIES
Kevin Ray, the month old in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Bollwitt died at their home on
Wednesday mortiing, June 24 The
baby had suffered from a heart
condition.
Graveside rites at the Zeims
cemetery was held Thursday with
the Rev. Wendell Elliot of the First
Methodist church of Ewing offi
ciating.
|--Legal Notices— |
(First pub. July 2, 1959»
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 248
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY
SUPERINTENDENT, O’NEILL,
NEBRASKA.
In accordance with the School
Laws of Nebraska, I am required
to dissolve School District No. 248
of Holt County and attach the ter
ritory thereof to other school dis
tricts for the reason that School
District No 248 has contracted for
instruction for a period of five
years or more. A hearing on said
matter will be held in the Assem
bly Room at the Court House in
O’Neill, Nebraska on July 17, 10
a m. when all interested may ap
pear and be heard.
ALICE L. FRENCH,
County Superintendent.
10-12c
(First pub. July 2, 1959)
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
SCHOOL DISTRICTS NOS. 127 & 96
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY
SUPERINTENDENT, O’NEILL,
NEBRESKA.
In accordance with the School
Laws of Nebraska, I am required
to dissolve Districts No. 127 and
96 and attach the territory thereof ;
to Dist. No. 60.
A hearing of said matter will be
held in the Assembly Room of the
Court House on July 6, 1959 at 10
a m. when all interested may ap
pear and be heard.
ALICE L. FRENCH,
County Superintendent.
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The shortage at the Bartlett State Bank Is reported to be in the neighborhood of $175,000 accord
ing to sources usually considered to be reliable. There is split opinion In the area as to whether or not
another bonk win be opened In the area. Th® frontier pboto and Engraving.
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Survivors are his parents and
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Urban and Mr ahd Mrs. Ewald
Spahn, all of Ewing
ATTEND “KIDS KAMP”
Nine young members of the lo
cal Assembly of God church re
turned Friday from state "Kids
KAmp” at Lexington last week.
Cheryl and Beverly Redlinger,
Jerry Brockman, Linda, Gloria,
Glon and Diane Jenkins. Jerry
Rosenkrans and Marcia Slattery.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Paul were
counselors for the youth camp.
LIBRARY CLOSES
The O'Neill Public library will
be closed from Wednesday, July
8 to July 22, according to librarian.
Miss Bernadette Brennan.
LESSONS POSTPONED
Swimming lessons scheduled to
begin June 29 have been postponed
because of cool weather and the
July 4 weekend. Classes will begin
Monday, July 6.
TV Association
Plans Incorporation;
$275,000 Needed
Another step forward has been
taken by the North Central TV
Association as the go-ahead has
l>een given the group’s attorney to
file articles of incorporation.
William Griffin, association at
torney, said application for a satel
lite station and Channel 8 would
be made after application.
He said Chambers of Commerce
in towns from eight counties show
ed interest in underwriting organi
zational expenses but that $275,000
would have to be raised to con
struct the station in line with en
gineer’s estimates,
Griffin said KTIV would operate
the station but that no local broad
casting would originate from the
area.
John Walters of Chambers was
elected president at the meeting,
Frank Brady, vice president,
Ralph Adams, secretary and John
Watson of O’Neill, treasurer.
Three directors from each of
the eight counties participating in
the plans to bring snow-free tele
vision reception to this area were
also appointed.
Those counties are Holt, Gar
field, Wheeler, Antelope, Boyd,
Knox, Rock and Brown.
ANNOUNCE HONOR STUDENTS
Ninety students made the
Wayne State honor roll for the
spring semester. Five of them
with straight A grades. An A
student was Gary Small, a senior
from Atkinson.
Others on the honor list were
Glenn Sorensen, Stuart; Karen
Estes, Bassett; Arlen DeKay, Ver
del; Mary Fetrow, O’Neill; Fred
Fetrow, O’Neill and Connie Wer
METHODIST YOUTH CAMP
Attending an intermediate Meth
odist youth camp at Ponca State
Park from the O’Neill Methodist
church last week were: Kenneth
Peacock, Gailen Young, Georgetta
Clyde, Christine Herley, Terry
Kurt# Donald Kellar and Richard
Hill. Rev. Glenn Kennicott, local
pastor, attended some of the Mon
day-Friday sessions as business
manager of the camp.
Mrs. Claude Hancock Honored
Mrs. Esther Harris entertained
in her home Saturday afternoon
with tea in honor of Mrs. Claude
Hancock, Los Angeles Calif. Ten
of Mrs. Hancocks O’Neill friends
were there.
Three Act Comedy
Will Be Held Here
Tryouts for "The Tender Trap ,
a three-act comedy to t>e pro
duced by the O’Neill Community
Theater, will he held Friday eve
I ning. July 3. at 8:30 pm in the
Knights of Columbus Hall. Any
one from O’Neill and the sut
rounding areas is welcome to try
out.
The play, written by Max Schul
man and Robert Paul Smith, was
successful Ixdh on Broadway and
ias a movie.
Anyone who is interested in
helping with the productuxi in any
capacity is urged to attend If you
are unable to come and want to
help in the production call Sh u
lene Shoemaker.
FOR SALE: Two five foot mowet
sickles. William Kipple, Inman.
_ 10p
CARDS OF THANKS
WE WISH TO THANK all the
friends, neighlxirs and relatives
for the cards, flowers, food and
visits, and the many other acts
of kindness shown us since the
death of our beloved husband
father and grandfather. Mrs.
Theodore Moss and family
I WISH TO THANK all my friends
and relatives tor 'all the nice
cards and letters sent to me dur
ing my stay in the St. Joseph's
hospital in Sioux City. Also a
thanks for the cards and visits
since my return home. Each one
was greatly appreciated Mrs.
Etta Brittell. lOp
Try The Frontier Want
Ads — It Pays !
FIREWORKS
OPEN THURSDAY & FRIDAY
NIGHTS & SAT. MORNING
Scovie's Western Auto
O’Neill
inTTriif n ,
THUKS. JULY 2
BUCK NIGHTS
Doris Day, Richard Widnuark
Gig Young, Gia Scala
"The Tunnel of Love"
FBI. SAT. JULY 8 4
BIG DOUBLE Bn4,
Sally Frazer, Alan Dinehart, jr., in
"Road Racers"
PLUS
Dick Cor.dno, Sandra Giles in
"Daddy O"
PLUS CARTOON
SITN. MON.-TUES. JULY 5-6-7
John D. Barrymore, Julie ILondon
•and Nat King Cole in
"Night of the Quarter
Moon"
PLUS TWO CARTOONS
WED.-THUKS. JULY 8 9
BUCK NIGHTS
Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker
"Paths of Glory"
A CARTOON ADDED
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Thank You
Many thanks for the fine patronage accorded
Gilligan Rexall Drug during the many years the
family name was privileged to be represented
in the O'Neill Business Directory.
TIM, MARIE & BEN GILLIGAN
WANTED
MAJOR FEED COMPANY HAS POSITION OPEN FOR RIGHT
MAN TO CALL ON FARMERS AND FEEDERS IN HOLT i
COUNTY.
Here is your opportunity to be in business for yourself.
1. You can be your own boss in your own territory. You set
your own working hours, and you can be'home every night
2. Your earnings are practically unlimited. The more a man
works, the more he will make.
3. You sell only products known for their quality and results.
4. You have an opportunity to be of real help to livestock pro
ducers in your territory. You feel good when you have helped
other people with their problems.
5. No investment required, yet behind your business and sales
effort is a multi-million dollar organization to help you serve
your customers.
6. We train you.
WRITE:
LELAND SMITH, Area Sales Manager
P. O. BOX 35, ROYAL, NEBR.
for PERSONAL INTERVIEW
OR PHONE 1S0-W
E. O. “DICK” RUSSELL, DISTRICT MANAGER
PLAINVIEW, NEBR.
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