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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1959)
Thiele’s Dairy Cattle
TOP PRODUCING dairy cattle
on hand at all times. Wiscon
sin bred, fresh and heavy
springers, first and second calf
miles southwest of Clear
water, Phone 17 on 12. tf
FOR SALE: Large and small shin
ers, frogs, worms, night crawlers,
groceries, pop, candy, ice cream,
motor boat oil and gas, ice and
sporting goods —CORNER BAIT
SHOP, Ed Ludemann. Fairfax,
S.D., 11 miles north of Spencer.
FOR SALE: Red Clover and
Cossock Alfalfa seed Both state
tested.—Leon Beckwith, Emmet,
FOR SALE: 1937 F-20 Farmall, new
rear tires. — Jerome Ruther,
Page, Nebr. 9-llp
FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet truck
for hay sweep, shortened and
turned around, Ford tractor
wheels on rear.—LaVine Kumm,
Stanton, Nebr. 9-10c
FOR SALE: Holstein milk cows,
just fresh. -Forest Henderson,
FOR SALE: Reg. Polled Hereford
Hulls. Two 2Vfe and 3 years old.
Proven, herd bull quality—some
yearlings.—Everett Van Dover,
2 Vs miles east of old Opportun
ity or 22 miles west of Verdigre.
or 16 south of Lynch._tf
SALT FOR SALE: Kanapolis
$16 50 a ton: American 520.50
a ton; white block 75c—Located
3 blks. east, 4 blks. north of
traffic li;ht Everett Gorgan.
Ph 164. O’Neil!._Sltf
No 60 Massey Harris Combine—
8-ft. pull type, like new at V4
Used New Holland No. 80 Hay
Baler with motor—$995.00
2 2 row used Massey Harris
New J-bottom 14-in. Ferguson plow
New 14-ft. Ferguson Disc
NEW DEAL OIL CO.
FOR SALE: Purebred Hampshire
Bred Sows and Gilts for Aug. and
Sept, farrowing. Also have Pure
bred Hampshire Boars for sale,
ready for service.—Henry Stell
ing and Son, Orchard. 8-10c
FOR SALE: I have home heavy
springing first calf heifers, also
first calf and second and third
calf heifers, I am milking. Most
of these are Holstein and a few
Brown Swiss. Rudie Juracek,
Baler Twine—Guaranteed to be
one of the best.—$5.96 per bale.
Gasoline, fuels, oils, greases.
Lowest prices in Nebraska.
NEW DEAL OIL CO.
ARE YOU TRUCKERS paying too
much for truck insurance? Clieck
with A1 Gaskill of the R. F. Gas
kill Ins. Agency, O’Neill, phone
FOR SALE: Angus bulls. Service
able age —Musil Brothers, O'
SPECIAL PRICES 1
10 2-row used go digs
1 used 4-row John Deere go dig
New 4-row IHC go digs
New 4-row cultivators for 480 and
2 new 101 IHC combines
5 used side delivery rakes, IHC,
David Bradly and John Deere
6 used 12-ft. rakes, IHC
1 used New Holland Baler, wire
tie with motor
Several used trucks and pickups
Also some good used tractors
Storjohann Equipment Co.
Lowest equipment prices in USA!
PHONE Diamond 6-7185
BUR WELL NEBR.
RANCH LOANS —See R. H. Park
er, O’Neill. 6 tf
FOR SALE: Large and small shin
ers, frogs, worms, night crawlers,
groceries, pop, candy, ice cream,
motor boat oil and gas, ice and
sporting goods.—CORNER BAIT
SHOP, Ed Ludemann, Fairfax,
S.D., 11 miles north of Spencer.
FOR SALE: Well established Re
tail farm supply business handling
well-known products. Small oap
ital needed. -Write box TH, c/o
FOR SALE: Three bedroom semi
modem home in northeast Ew
ing. Includes approximately one
acre of land.—west Lbr. & Coal
Co., Ewing. Nebr.7tfc
HOT DAYS AHEAD
THEN COOL OFF —
by buying a used trailer and get
in an air conditioner —
Yes, Miller Trailer Sales will throw
in a new 1-ton air conditioner
with every used trailer, 1951 and
newer, sold before July 15.
Large Selection New and Used.
New Travel Trailers_1595
Used Trailers as low as — 5395
We trade, finance, deliver anywhere
Open Sundays & Evenings.
miller trailer sales
Office phone EX5-21TO
Residence phone EX5-3236
Massey Harris combine with motor
Allis Combine PTO
IHC No 62 Combine
IHC 10-ft. binder, very good
2 rake hitch pull
3 rake hitch mounted
IHC No. 5 side rake
12 & 14 ft. dump rakes
Horndraulic loader with hayhead
Mowers, all models
Farmall Super C
Used Norge Refrigerator
12-ft. IHC freezer
Apt. size range with 2 bottles &
Used auto, nraytag washer—$35
WE TRADE FOR FARM
EQUIPMENT ON APPIJANCES
IHC — Gehl — RCA Whirlpool
.. ' " 1
Real Estate for Sale
CAFE FOR SALE, Rent or Trade:
With a good established business
Very good for a couple.—Contact
Spelts Cafe, Lynch, Nebr., Phone
FOR SALE: Three bedroom house.
Full basement with one finished
room. All modem. Automatic oil
heat. Garage, comer lot.—Gene
Wolfe, Phone 671-W, O’Neil].
FOR SALE: Three room house and
a two story house.—Bernard
Schacht, Orchard, Nebr. 9-10c
FOR SALE^Bullding lot. Desirable
location.—Call Phone 574J, O’
CHECK OUR FARM AND RANCH
blanket personal property insur
ance; pays full value on every
thing .everything covered under
one policy, $29.00 buys $10,000 of
this fine coverage. See or call
A1 Gaskill of the R. F. Gaskill
Insurance Agency, O’Neill, phone
FOR RENT: Nice 3 room furnished
apt. Close in. Private entrance.
On ground floor —Phone 609, O'
FOR RENT: Nice furnished apart
ment for married couple.—Mrs
Marie Crook, 129 E. Clay, Ph. 80.
FOR RENT: House, unfurnished,
six rooms plus bath and glass
service room and garden. Phone
491J. O'Neill, Nebr. lOpd
NEED GOOD HOSPITAL INSUR
ANCE? See A1 Gaskill of die R.
F. Gaskill Ins. Agency, O’Neill,
phone 710. 8tfc
FOR RENT: Modem two bedroom
apartment, with living room,
kitchen and bath. Close in.—
Elmer Hagensick. phone 538-R,
CURTISS STUD SERVICE can
build you a herd for less. Don’t
leave your herd’s future to
chance. Breed to bulls from prov
en families.—Duane Gray, Phone
WANTED: Custom hay baling with
roto baler, 1% ml. north of Sun
set Lodge.—Gary Beckwith, ph.
587-R11, O’Neill. T-lOp
WANTED: Serum pigs: Loading
days. Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday each week.—Dwalne
Lockmon, Stuart, ph. 3741. tf
WANTED: year round farm or
ranch work by married man.
Experienced.—Box 26 Inman.
WORK WANTED: Experienced
farm and ranch hand with family
wishes year around work —Write
Dale Battershaw, White River,
OF ALL KINDS!
Phone 775-W for Pickup
Phone 166 O’Neill
* SEE LTS for new SPARTAN oi
SAFEWAY mobile home*. 25%
down, 5% int.; up to &
months to pay. Write or phone
Contois Motor Co., Neligh.
Wick s BODY SHOP
Complete Body and Fendei
Repairs and Painting
Glass Installed—Towing Service
- O'NEILL -
for Any Job 25tl
Half Block East of
SPKCIAUZTNG in all kinds of
automobile, truck »nd tractor
repair. Acetylene welding.
LAWN MOWER repairing. Also
repair parts for Lawson — Rec
For F'arm and Domestic Wells
Call 721 or come to—
Kelly's Well Service
5 Biles south of the New Deal
WANTED: Waitress for night shift
and a part time waitress.—Candy
BUl’s Cafe, O’NeiU. 6tfc
FARM LOANS —See R. H. Parker,
I LOAN Money on farms and
ranches and city property —
Write to R. H. Parker, O'Neill,
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
At the regular meeting of the O’
Neill city council, to be held on
the 7th day of July, 1959, the coun
cil will accept bids for all gas to
be used by city vehicles—delivered
at the station. This includes all oil,
grease, car wash, deisel fuel and
distilate to be used by the city for
the next 12 months.
O. D. FRENCH,
CITY LOANS.—See R. H. Parker,
I AM BACK in my office again and
I have Eastern Money and Priv
ate Money to loan on Farm land,
Ranch land, and City Homes. If
you need money see or write.—
R. H. Parker, O’Neal, Nebr. 6tf
IT’S A SAFE BET, tried it yet?
Glaxo is a tough and wear re
sistant coating for asphalt tile.
Coyne Hardware, O’Neill, Nebr.
WELL DRILLING and well end
windmill repair. — Write Box
562. phone 553-J.
SPRAGUE WELL 00., O’Neill
3 blks W & 3% blks N stoplight
Real Estate Broker
Private Listings and
Phone 207 — O’Neill
IS YOUR insurance costing too
much? Are you properly In
sured. — See Ed Thorln, agt.,
O’Neill, Nebr. 34tf.
SALES OF NEW AND USED
O’NEILL, NEBR. — PH. 269
SIGNATURE — AUTO —
O'Neill Loan Company
VTRGIL L. LAURSEN
Phone 434 O’Neill, Nebr.
See E. J. Shane
for dragline work, sewer and
water ditches and clam work.
480 to 1840 acre spreads in the
$60 price range.
R. S. Rutledge Box 563
Phone PArk 1-1421 Fremont
)r ED THORIN for appointment
CARDS OF THANKS
VVE WISH TO THANK all our rel
atives and friends for their kind
ness and sympathy during the
sickness and death of our beloved
brother and uncle, John A. Ken
nedy. We wish especially to ex
press gratitude to the Reverend
Fathers and to St. Anthony’s hos
pital. the Sisters and staff for
the wonderful care given him.—
Frank Kennedy and Sisters, Ed
na Coyne and family. lOp
TO ALL who were kind to our
mother while she was with us
and to us during her illness and
passing a heartfelt thanks. At
such times friends mean more
than words can express.—Louis
and Pearl Neilson. 10c
WE WISH to express our sincert
thanks to all our relatives, neigh
bors and friends, who were s(
kind to us with their many mess
ages of sympathy, Masses, pray
ers, food and flowers at the tim<
of our great sorrow with the sud
den death of our beloved husbam
and father. Special thanks t<
Father Kucera and Dr. Carsten:
for coming out immediately. W<
shall always remember you ir
our prayers. God Bless You.
Mrs. Henry Benze. Mary Helen
Carmen, Patrick and Nancj
LOST & FOUND
LOST between Lynch and O'Neill
drive-in-theatre via Redbird and
Midway store—Box clothes. 600
650 tire mounted on IHC wheel,
log chain, small house jack.
Finder notify Rev. Lester Spragg,
Lynch, Nebr. 10c
Miss Lois Puckett went to Lin
coln Thursday, June 25, where she
will be maid of honor for her so
rority sister. Miss Jackie Amos.
Miss Puckett was accompanied by
her friend, Miss Betty Coxbill, also
of Atkinson. They will return Tues
day by way of Omaha where they
will be joined by Alex McConnell,
who has been visiting his daugh
ter in Omaha the past few weeks.
Mr. McConnell is Miss Pucketts
grandfather and makes his home
with another daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Puckett.
Miss Karen Johnson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Johnson
and her cousin, Miss Darleen Frie
drich of Spencer, returned Friday
from Denver where they have been
visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Vem Hickok. Mrs. Hickok
and Karen are sisters.
Kfrc Phtirloc Tillntcnn nnH phil
dren of Chicago, 111., are spend
ing a few days visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs Dean Funk.
Mrs. Tillotson and Mrs. Funk are
sisters. Mrs. Tilloton also came to
attend the wedding of Miss Carol
Faust which was on Saturday
Other guests in the Funk home
were Mrs. Funks mother, Mrs.
Farmer Withers of Omaha and
Mrs. Bert Mueller and daughter
from Seattle, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faust, jr.,
and family of Glenwood Springs,
Colo., are visiting at the home of
Mr. Fausts parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Faust, sr. They also came
to attend the wedding of his sister,
Miss Carols on Saturday.
Mr. Faust returned to Glenwood
Springs on Sunday and his wife
•and family remained for a longer
visit in the Faust home and with
Mrs. Faust’s sister, Mrs. Bart Lee
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Gages
returned Saturday after attending
Methodist northeast district inter
mediate camp at Ponca State Park
last week. The camp was held for
7th. and 8th. grade students.
About 48 youth registered for the
meetings and fifteen adult work
ers. Rev Gates served as dean
for the camp this year. Miss Cry
tal Baker, missionary teacher at
Allen high school in North Caroli
na, was guest speaker.
They were accompanied home
by Kay Hill, who attended the
camp group from Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shellhase
drove to Ponca and returned Sat
urday with their daughter, Shir
ley and Dorothy Carr. The girls
had been attending the Methodist
camp at Ponca State Park.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wefso re
turned Monday night from Gordon
where they visited Mr. Wefso’s
niece and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Origen West. They also visited
Mr. Wefso’s brother and family
Mrs. Emil Colfack returned Fri
day from attending summer ses
sion at Wayne. She spent the
weekend with her family north of
Atkinson returning to Wayne Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McKinley
of Ponca came Friday for their
children, Carol, Linda and Kathy,
who have spent the past week vis
iting at the home of their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George
Randol and Mona Rae.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hoffman
and family of Bridgeport, are vis
iting in the home of Mr. Hoff
man s lauiei, t*u nwnuau
kinson and grandmother, Mrs.
Amelia Hoffman and a brother,
Mr and Mrs. LeRoy Hoffman
north of Atkinson.
Mr. Hoffman has a floral and
gift shop in Bridgeport. They ex
pected to return to their home on
By Mrs. Henry Relmer
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bartak and
Mr. ’and Mrs. Wayne Pollock spenl
the weekend in Omaha and visited
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Gene Thramer
The Bartaks two sons were at the
L. L. Bartak home.
We had several nice showers
Friday, Saturday and Sunday tr
the Deloit area.
On July 4th, Mr. and Mrs. H
Reimers will attend a family re
union in Hastings. Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Larson of Anchorage, A1
aska, and Mr. and Mrs. Garl Chris
ton of Denver will be the honor
Mrs. Ralph Tomjack and Mrs
Bill Meyers returned home frorr
Pittsburg, Pa., on Saturday eve
ning. Ralph met them in Omaha
Vickie and Jodie Ray and Shleh
Iiertel accompanied them horns
from Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Gent
Ray will spend the 4th weekenc
•at the Tomjack home and the chll
dren will return home with then;
to Omaha Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lartor
stient last Sunday afternoon with
her father, Henry Sydow, who is a
patient at the Lutheran hospital
' in Omaha.
Mrs. Donald Starr and Elizabeth
■ of West Point and Linda Larson
■ spent Tuesday and Tuesday night
■ at the H. Reimer home.
1 Mr and Mrs. Clarence Schmis
> er and family spent last week in
1 the Black Hills and visited rel
' atives in South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Manson
visited in this community on Sun
Margaret Mary Funk was hos
pitalized in Norfolk last week. She
; is fine and at home now.
' Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Bartak
spent Wednesday in Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. H Reimer. Mrs.
Don Starr and Elizabeth 'and Linda
Larson were Norfolk visitors on
Several from here attended ser
vices for little Kevin Bolhvitt, age
one month, in Clearwater on Thurs
Mrs. Anna Sehl Is hospitalized
in Neligh. She is improving Her
daughter, Bernadne Swint and fam
ily of Georgia, are visiting her.
Adolph Koenig has been a pa
tient in the Neligh hospital.
Elmer Geen of Bartlett was a
business visitor in the community
Mrs. Duatie Borg and family of
r,«attle. Wash., are visiting the
Johnny Bauer home.
Crowded Out IjihI Week's News
Mr. and Mrs. Kenney Ziska and
family of Atkinson spent Sunday
at Leo Funk’s.
Jake Bauer of Spalding is vis
iting relatives here this week.
A family reunion was held at
| the Adolph Latzel home on Sunday
I This community was shocked to
l learn of the death of Lawrence
Scholl, age 50. He died of a stroke
on June 15.
Funeral services were held at
St John's Catholic Church on
\ Mrs. Don Starr and Elizabeth of
i West Point spent Tuesday after
noon and overnight at the Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibbs and
family attended a picnic in Nor
folk on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Lodge, Ruby
and Connie of San Diego. Calif ,
were visiting Mrs. Vonnie Paul and
family last week. Mr. and Mrs.
L L. Bartak were also guests at
the Paul home.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Temple.
Shirley and Twiia arrived from Ma
dison. Wise., on Saturday. Mr. Tern- !
ole had l>een attending college in
We had 1 Vz inches of rain on
Guests at the L. L Bartak home
on Thursday, June 18 were Jerry
Feehan, Jerry and Patsy of Chi- S
cago, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim j
Feehan of Columbus, aunt and
uncle of Mrs. Bartak.
Mrs. H. Reimer “visited little
Richard Chapman, 23 months old
in the Lutheran Hospital last week.
Mrs. Keith Bartak attended a
miscellaneous shower for the form
er Mary Alice Dierks in Ewing on
Mrs Ralph Tomjack and Mrs
Bill Meyers of South Dakota are
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Beaudin and family in Pittsburg.
Penn. A son was born to the Beau
dins on Tuesday, June 16.
Bride to be Honored
Mrs. Evelyn Gray
The mothers of the graduation
class of '55 of the Page high school
sponsored a shower for Miss Do
brovolny of Atkinson and Robert
Beelaert of Page Thursday eve
ning, June 25 in the parlors of the
Several contest games were
played. Sharon, Lurann and Don
na Crumly, Joyce Grass and Joan
Fisher sang two numbers.
Her sister Gloria Dobrovolny
had charge of the gift hook. Those
assisting with the gifts were Becky
Beelaert and Bonnie Dobrovolny.
The bride-to-be received many
lovely and useful gifts.
The mystery prize was won by
Mrs. Leila Snell when Mrs. Ethel
Waring entertained the SOS club
June 26 with all members present.
The guests enjoyed the evening
with cards after which the hostess
served a delicious lunch.
The next meeting to be July 24
with Mrs. Frieda Asher.
Mrs Elsie Cork’s nephew and
his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Reese and daughters, Jo and Kar
en, from Turin, la., called at the
Cork home Friday June 26 on their
way to South Dakota.
Mrs. Stella Russel entertained a
group of ladies June 23rd to a cos
Mrs Robert Gray had a very
pleasant surprise when her friends
came in to have an evening of fun
with her. The occasion being her
birthday. They presented her a
nice gift. The self invited guests
served a dainty lunch. The cakes
were baked by her sister, Mrs.
Hazel Stewart and Mrs. Neva Bur
Mrs. Keith Weyer and Mrs. Gene
Baber of Plainview spent Tuesday,
June 23 in Page visiting their
mother, Mrs. Evelyn Gray and sis
ter, Mrs. Cordes Walker and fam
The Royal Neighbor Kensington
met with Mrs. Frieda Asher Wed
nesday, June 24 with eleven mem
bers present. Marian Bolm of Lin
coln was a guest. The afternoon
was spent with cards.
A coverd dish luncheon was
Next meeting to be with Mrs.
Sophia Dobbins July 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gray of Page
and Mrs. and Mrs. Willard Gray
of Lodi, Calif., went to Inman
June 24 and visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sorensen
and family drove to Creighton
June 27 to spend the night in the
home of his brother, Russell Sor
ensen. The next morning the two
families left for Minden to visit
their brother, Charlie Sorensen and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Allen had
as evening guests June 25 Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Cronk and Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Carson of Page
and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gray
of Lodi. Calif.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nissen and
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dobbins
drove to Fremont Friday to visit
Mrs. Lucy Eickhoff, a former
Page resident. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray had
as their dinner guests Tuesday,
. June 23 his brother and wife, Mr.
. and Mrs. Willard Gray of Lodi,
, Calif., and his parents, Mr. and
Mrs, J. I. Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nissen and
family left June 27 for a two-week
! vacation. They will visit Mrs. Nis
sen’s sister, Mr. and Mrs. Con
nery and family at Chadron. From
i there they will go to Sand Point,
Idaho for a visit with relatives
[ and friends.
A few years back the Nissens
were residents of Sand Point.
The pictures of ‘Alaskan Adven
ture’, shown by W. Irl Todd June
22 in the IOOF hall, were very
much enjoyed by all. At one time
the Todd family lived in Alaska.
The Roy Hansen family left
June 27 for a visit with relatives
at Chadron. From there they will
go to the Black Hills for a few
Larry Walker was a guest of
Lyle Harvey Friday and Saturday
of last week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Matschullatt at
tended the ladies’ -aid society of the
Lutheran church at Orchard June
The Nifty Needlers enjoyed a
swimming party in O'Neill Friday,
June 26, with Lura Ann Crumly
and Connie Nissen as hostesses.
The dairy division of Eagle Hust
lers 4-H club met at the Roger
Bowen home with 26 members an
swering roll call.
R. V. and A. T. Crumly were
lesson leaders. The 4-H camp,
“What to Take to the Fair”, and
demonstration day in O'Neill were
discussed, Halters were made.
Forms 0-10 and 2’s are due July
1. Bruce Bowen had his herfer on
Mrs. Bowen served lunch.
Next meeting to be July 9 at
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Ickes attend
ed the wedding of Pauline Goldfuss
and David Durre held in the St.
Peter's Lutheran church at Orch
ard Sunday, June 28 at 2 o’clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Sorensen
had as their dinner guests Thurs
day evening. June 25, honoring the
birthday of their father, Soren Sor
ensen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nissen
1 and family; Mr. and Mrs. William
Sorensen and family; Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Sorensen and family of
Creighton; and their father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sor
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Troshynski
were in Ewing last week helping
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belmer move
their household goods.
Mrs Belmer is a niece of Mrs.
Dora Townsend of Page.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlod Heiss mov
! ed last week from their farm to
their new home in Page. Their son,
Larry, who was recently married,
will occupy the farm home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gray of
Blue Hill arrived Friday for a few
days visit with his mother, Mrs.
Evelyn Gray and other relatives.
While here Mr. Gray will sing at
the wedding of Miss LuElla W'a.tson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Watson of Inman.
Mrs. Evelyn Gray and Mrs. Leila
Snell left Sunday for Des Moines,
la., where they will be guests for
a few duys in the home their cousin
Miss Effie Lewton and Mrs. Betty
Miss Ranim attends Voice Seminar
Miss Alvara Ramm, vocal Mu
sic instructor in the O’Neill Public
schools, returned to her home in
Stuart recently from the Universi
ty of South Dakota in Vermillion,
S. D., where she was enrolled in
a graduate voice seminar which
included problems of conducting,
interpretation, rehearsal tech
niques. administration of the mus
ic program and other pertinent pro
blems in the field of music educa
tion. She also studied organ under
Jack L. Noble while there.
Holbrook In Germany
With Engineer Batallion
STUART- Army Pvt. Roland D.
Holbrook. 19, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Holbrook of Stuart, recent
ly arrived in Germany and is. now
a member of the 78th Engineer
Holbrook entered the army last
December, completed basic train
ing at Fort Carson. Cok)., and is
a combat construction specialist in
the battalion's Company C in Karl
He is a 1958 graduate of Stuart
THE FRONTIER. O’Neill. Nebraska. Thursday. July ?, l&M>
IS7 S 4th Street
Friday Theocratic Ministry
school. Subject, 7:30 p.m.; Job
4:1-6:30, 7:110 pm. service meet
ing, theme, "Giving Warning of
God’s Unusal Work". Isaish 28:21.,
Sunday Watchtower study. Sub
ject, "Expanding Our Ministry",
Tuesday 0 p.m Bible txmk stu
dy. Subject. "Tlie North Against
The South ', 8 p.m.
Center I’nlon Church
f, t*. Turner, minister
Sunday Sunday school, 10 a.m.;
preaching service, 11 am,; young
people's meeting. 8 p.m.; preach
ing service folkwing young peo
Wednesday Prayer meeting and
Bible study will be in the home of
Mr. and Mrs John Pick. 8 p.m.
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FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
Stock Car Racing
3 Heat Races Australian Tag Race
A & B Feature Race Trophy Dash
SPECIAL RACE - POWDER PUFF DERBY
FREE $500 DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS I
9:00 p.m. following stock ear races- EVERYONE WEI.GOME 1 j
Baseball Game—Stuart Midgets vs. O'Neill
j 3:00 p.m —Two of the top Legion Midget Baseball Teams
Dance at the Stuart Auditorium— 9:30 p.m.
Music by THE NIGHTENGALES- One of area’s finest hands!
American Legion Drill Squad
Will display the form that has won them two trophies
Picnic Tables will be furnished for all who wish to picnic In park
Stuart High Band Will Entertain
LEE STORE WILL BE OPEN
SATURDAY, JULY 4th
in the morning until 1 pjn.
10% Discount on
DOLLS or BLANKETS
PURCHASED SATURDAY MORNING ONLY
Dolls or blankets may be put on Lay-A-Way
for fall or Christmas.
BIG ROCKETS__ each 10c
BLACK SNAKES_each 7c
IMPORTED PARACHUTE... each 15c
FLORAL BOUQUET_each 22c
SCREECH OWL_each 8c
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