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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1959)
By .Mrs. James McMahan
Mi and Ml - ■ In L WBtaOCl
have received word that their son
in-law. Edwin A Langley has been
promot<>d to the rank of captain
in the Air National Guards. Cap
tain Langley is a pilot on the F
86D jet planes, having graduated
last year from Jet Training Grad
uate School at Greenville, Missis- !
sippi He has received an AB de
gree from Hastings College, had
four years in the air force as a
pilot and is a junior this fall in
law college at the University of
Nebraska. His wife is the former
Carolyn Watson and they reside
Mr. and Mrs. Leon R. Tompkins
spent W'ednesday in Newport vis
iting in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Vere Butler. They were accom
* pained to Newport by Mr. Butler's
mother, Mrs. Lena Butler of In
impendence, who will spend some
time with her son and family.
Mrs. Butler has been visiting in
the Tompkins home here and with
Jther friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson
left Sunday for their home in Ra
pid City, S. D. after spending a
week here with Mr. Watson's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Watson
and with relatives in O'Neill They
were accompanied home by Mrs.
Watson s mother, Mrs. Tess Mur
ray. who will spend some time in
the Watson home there.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Tomp
kins entertained the O'Neil! pu
blic school faculty and their fami
lies at a picnic supper on Wed
nesday evening at their country
A good crowd attended the first
out door band concert of the sea
son on Friday evening by the In
man school hand under the di
rection of Leonard Sawyer. The
next concert will be on July 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brittell and
Betty Jean of Albion spent a day
FEED STORE, CREAM STATION
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Only cream and feed store in town. This is a
splendid opportunity to buy a good going busi
ness, doing a splendid volume. Can be bought
with or without truck business.
- ” SERVICE STATION ~ ”
A good station, storage capacity 15,000 gals.
Good tank wagon, only station in town, doing
an excellent business. Must be seen to appreci
ate. Good terms.
~FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
L. J. Walthers, Broker
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Histacalma Lotion, reg. 78c.Now 2 for $1.19
Histacalma Cream, reg. 92c .... Now 2 for $1.49
REDUCED PRICE ON PICNIC BAaRtlo!
Woven wood basket with .plastic tableware
Reg. price $5.95 SPECIAL—just $4.85
We carry a complete stock of swim caps, ear plugs, nose clips,
goggles. Whether it's for swimming at the beach or the Munic
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recently in Inman on business.
Mr and Mrs. Max Mossman and
family have returned to their home
in Tekamah after spending a week
in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Mossman and Mr. and Mrs. Er
Miss Brenda Colman has re
turned to Omaha where she is
employed after spending a weeks
vacation visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. George L. Colman and
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Green and
son, Mike returned to their home
Monday after spending a week
\ isitmg Mrs. Green’s parents. Mr.
and Mrs. T. D. Hutton
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anthony
and family spent the weekend in
Dennison. Iowa visiting Mr. and
Mrs Marion Day and family. They
were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
Walters and family of Carroll. Io
wa. Mr. Anthony is an army bud
dy of Mr. Day and Mr. Walters.
' Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hartigan and
family returned to their home in
Norfolk Sunday after spending a
week in the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. James Coventry and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brittell and
daughter of Albion were visitors
in Inman on Sunday.
Mrs. Albert Reynolds and Mrs.
Leo Harte spent Wednesday in
Mrs. Robert Gillahan and daugh
ters returned to their home in
LawTence, Kansas after spending
several days visiting Mrs. Gilla
hans parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watson,
Mrs. Earl Watson and Mrs. V. E
Stevens spent Thursday and 1* ri
day in Omaha on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sholes and
daughters of O'Neill were callers
Sunday afternoon in the home of
Violet and Rufus Sholes.
Marvin Stewart, who is em
ployed at Amelia, sjxrnt the week
end visiting his mother, Mrs. vio
let Stewart. .... . .
Mr and Mrs. David Morsbaeh
and daughter, Mary and Perry
Dawes spent Sunday in Norfolk
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Sparks
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gor
don Brittell and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark and
family of O'Neill visited Mr and
Mrs. E E. Clark Sunday
Mr and Mrs. W'alter Ubben anti
Christie, Mrs. Vaden Kivett ano
Miss Margaret Pruss, who attend
summer school in Wayne, spent
the weekend here.
Mrs. Merle DeLong, who attends
summer school at Blair, spent the
weekend here with her family.
Mr and Mrs. Bill McElvain re
turned to Omaha Sunday evening
after spending a week visiting
Mrs. McElvains parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Coventry and Bill and
relatives in O'Neill.
Mrs. Arthur Benash and chil
dren returned to their home at
Beatrice 'Monday after spending
two weeks with Mrs. Benash s
mother, Mrs. Ray Siders and with
other relatives in and around O -
Neill. , „
Mrs. Kenneth Kestenholtz re
turned Friday from Omaha where
she spent a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kelley am!
daughters, Kay and Ann spent
Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs,
James Kelley at Madison._
TONIGHT JEI Y 9
Kirk Douglas, Ralph Meeker in
"Paths of Glory"
> Cartoons Added
FRI. SAT. SEN. MON. TEES.
5 1IIG DAYS
Dizzy, Daffy and Delightful
"Some Like It Hot"
With Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtin
Jack Lemmon, George Raft, Joe
WED.THl RS. ILLY 13-lt
Yul Brynner, Deborah Kerr in
| Mrs. Charles Lloyd of Pender
; spent Wednesday and Thursday
visiting her father Harry A Sny
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Coventry
and Joe of Norfolk came Friday
evening to visit in the Kenneth
Coventry home. Mr. Coventry re
turned to Norfolk Sunday and Mrs.
Coventry and Joe remained here
lor a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mossman,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hartigan and
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Moore re
turned Wednesday from Minnesota
where they had spent a couple of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Webster
of Omaha spent the weekend v is
iting Mrs. Webster's parents, Mr
and Mrs. T. D. Hutton.
Mr and Mrs. Eugene Harte and
family of Kemsen, Iowa spent ihe
weekend in the home of Mr and
Mrs. Leo Harte.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Tomp
Kins and sons spent the holiday
weekend in Lincoln visiting then
daughter and sister. Miss Linelle
Tompkins, wbo has employment
at a Lincoln Hospital for the sum
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McElvain
of O Neill were Thursday evening
guests in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James Coventry.
Fourth of July dinner guesis in
ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. James
Coventry and Bill were Mr. and
Mrs. Bill McElvain, Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Plantz and daughter Reta and
a friend of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs.
G. E. Hartigan and family of Nor
folk and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vitt
Mr. and Mrs James Coventry
and Bill enjoyed a barbecue at
the Ralph McElvain home in O -
Neill on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heese and
family of Page were* Sunday eve
ning visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Spath.
Crowded Out I*a*t Week’s News
Vacation School Closed
Vacation Church school was held
at the Methodist Church for two
weeks, Monday through Friday,
beginning June 15 and closing June
26. Eighty-sir pupils were enrolled.
There were four divisions with
teachers and assistants as follows:
Intermediate with Rev. Glenn Ken
niCOU It’dUR I , JUUIUI , wim
Glenn Kennicott teacher and assi
stants Mrs. Dwayne Philbrick,
Mrs. Dwight Philbrick, Mrs. Wil
liam Spence and Mrs. Reed Her
ley; Primary with Mrs. Clay John
son, jr., teacher and assistants
Mrs. Frank Eppenbach. Mrs. Dale
Perry, Mrs. Ralph Walker, Mrs.
Carl 'Schenzel and Miss Barbara
Wayman; Kindergarten with Mrs.
Neil Dawes teacher, and assistants
Mrs. Tony Asimus, Mrs. Gale Dier
berger and Miss Ruth Ann Wal
Mrs. Harrison Bridge acted as
Picnic at Ford Park
The Adult Fellowship of the
Methodist Church had a picnic
supper and evening of recreation
at the Ford Park on Sunday, June
28. Those attending were Mr and
Mrs. Frank Eppenbach and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wray and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wayman
and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Poese
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Grant
Peacock and family, Mrs. Esther
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Dawes
and family, Miss Mary Morsbach,
Conrad Smith, Mrs. David Schon
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Roelle and family, and Rev. and
Mrs. Glenn Kennicott.
(■rubs to be Discussed
The Victory boys and girls 4-H
beef club met on June 19 at the
home of.Lyle and Garnet Gillogly
with seven members present and
Reports on livestock pests and
diseases were given by the follow
ing members: Wally Fick, black
leg; Kathy Fick, cattle lice; Mari
lyn Fick, wart; Gary Fick, screw
worms; and Carolyn Fick, flies.
At the next meeting we are to dis
cuss cattle grubs and how to con
trol them. We also discussed wash
; ing, fitting and training our ani
mals to show.
Four members of the club have
b a b y beef projects, five have
stocker-feeder calves and one al
so has a breeding heifer project.
Kathy Fick, reporter.
Surprised on Anniversary
| LYNCH On Thursday. June 25th
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Oivala cele
brated their 25th wedding anniver
sary. At 6:30 a m they attended
Mass in the chapel of hospital in
Lynch with Father Kamber offi
In the evening they were sur
prised by a group of friends rela
tives and their children.
They were presented with a wed
ding cake which was baked and
decorated by Mrs. Harold Hansen
and Mrs. Dude Darnell They also
recieved many gifts and cards
lAJiich was served later in the
The Dwayne Philbrick family
spen the weekend camping at
Guests at the Paul Shierk home
Monday were Mr. and Mrs Stan
ley Gilbert and daughter of Burke,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Roelle spent
the weekend in Grand Island with
her sister and family, Mr. and
Mrs Richard Gallaway. for the
baptism Sunday of Deborah Gal
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brunk and
family of Cozad were weekend
guests at the Leigh Reynoldson
Weekend guests at the J. D.
Osenbaugh home were their daugh
ters, Mrs. Ruth Hilderhoff and
Mrs Mabelle Cox.
M and Mrs. Clarence Beck,
formerly of Stuart and now living
in California, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. George Pongratz Mon
Mr. and .Mrs. A. <1. tloltzmun
and family of St. Michaels, N.D.,
came Saturday evening and will
visit at the A. <1. O'Donnell
home here and the Kay Kiehard
| and Emmet MK'affrey homes
Mr. and Mrs Don Richardson
were in Bassett and Springview
Sunday. In Bassett they attended
the reunion of the high school
class of 1919.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson and
Jim were in Sioux City June 30 at
the home of her sister. Mrs. Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt jr.
in.l nvilir ii'hn Itnnn viciliniT
his mother, Mrs. John Schmidt
sr., left Tuesday for their home in
Beeville, Tex. Weekend guests at
the Schmidt home from Omaha
were Ell? Schmidt and Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Wille.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith
and Marleen of San Diego, Calif.,
were guests at the Dale Perry
Mr and Mrs. A. J. O'Donnell
attended a Mullen family reunion
at Church of Epiphany hall at
Mrs. C. E. Jones and Esther
Morgan spent the weekend in Polk.
Weekend guests at the Don
Younie home were his paren's,
; Mr. and Mrs C. L. Younie and his
aunt, Mrs. Maude Gardner of
leaving Monday after spending
the weekend at the Ed Wilson
home were his 1 rother and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and
Gerald of Des Moines, la., his
sister and family, Mr and Mrs.
Dale McCarty and children of
Bellevue and his aunt, Miss Wini
fred McNierney of Atlantic, la.
Leon Sargent returned *o his
home Friday from University hos
pital in Omaha where he had
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parker, Lar
ry and Jerry, were in Omaha last
week at the Ben Oetter home.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kubichck
and son, David, of Casper, Wyo.,
arrived July 2 for a few days visit
with his mother, Mrs. Susan Kubi
chek, and sisters, Mrs Jack Hag
gerty, Casper, Wyo Bernice Fra
zeur and Mrs. J L. McManamy,
Alburquerque, N.M. who are also
visiting here and Mrs. Kieth Abart
and Mrs. J. Ed Hancock and fami
lies, of O'Neill.
WD Peter Donohoe to Robert
Donohoe 6-21-57-$l-West ICO ft lot
13-14-15-Blk 15-Mattheu' Add- O’N.
WD Peter W. Donohoe to Ro
bert Donohoe 4-30-53 $1 Wife Sec
WD Albert Desive t ' Fred De
sire 6-13-59 $1-AII of Outlot C in
Village of Stuart except the North
135 feet thereof June 27
Stop & Shop
Rogers Feed Store
Where Your Dollar Buys More!
I THIS WEEK SPECIALS: !
Hi Lass Cattle Fattner.ton $58.00
80% Com Wafers . ton $58.00
18% Chick Grower Crumbles. 100 lbs. $4.25
32% Concentrate Pellets. 100 lbs. $5.00
16% Complete Hi-Energy Egg Ration, cwt. $3.50
Cracked Corn . 100 lbs. $2.60
K-D Ranger Blocks.each $2.75
11% Calf-Creep with antibiotic.Ton $68.00
Tankage . 100 lbs. $6.00
Meat Scraps. 100 lbs. $6.00
Bran . 100 lbs. $2.60
40% Hog Supplement. 100 lbs. $4.50
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ROGERS WILL MAKE ’EM !
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