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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1959)
By Mm. Peter Mulhair
Mrs. Don Johnson. Mrs. Peter
Mulhair, Mrs Wallace Moffett and
Russel were to O'Neill Thursday
Mrs, Moffett and Russel had some
dental work done.
Mrs Don Kayl. Charie and Tim
were supi>er guests Wednesday at
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Micanek
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
Moffett and sons. Mrs. Don John
son, Mrs. Peter Mulhair, Mr. and
Mrs Frank Mulhair and Loren.
Mrs. Peter Mulhair was an af
ternoon and evening caller at Phyl
lis Mulhair home.
Mrs. Bill Spencer and children
were callers at the Leonard Ha
vranek home June 29.
Mr. and Mrs Neil Bjornsen and
family, Mrs. Don Kayl and chil
dren and Mrs Glen Hull were din
ner guests, at the Guy and Gay
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spencer and
family were to O'Neill June 29 to
see Mrs. Roy Lowry .
Mrs. Joseph David took Rose
mary and Kenny Heiser, Pam and
Shelly David. Margeen Weeder,
Marlene and Stanley Streit, Sue.
Jill and Jud Allen to Niobrara for
swimming lessons on Friday after
Mr. and Mrs Emil Micanek were
dinner guests at L-orie Micanek's
the 4th of July.
ONE SHOW NIGHTLY AT 8 P M.
Friday iuhI Saturday
duly 10 and 11
duly 42-13 14
Wednesday and Thursday
duly la and IK
. 1L "IUI J Jl '
Supper guests at the Robert Wil
son home at Vendel Thursday was
Mr and Mrs. Leo Kalkowski, Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Havranek, Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Hull, Mr and Mrs.
Gay Hull and family, Mr and
Mrs, Gorden De Kay, Mr. and
Mrs Merle Sieler and Sue, Mr.
and Mrs Corky Kalkowski, Mr
and Mrs. Dayton Sieler and girls,
Mr and Mrs Neil Bjomsen and
children from El Monte Calif. The
supper was for the Bjorn sens as
they are leaving the first of the
Mr. and Mrs Neil Bjorsen and
family fnan California. Mrs Glen
■Hull, and Mrs. Peter Mulhair vis
ited in O’Neill Tuesday with Mrs.
Mrs. Don Kayl and children wen
over night guests at Peter Mul
hair s Thursday.
Curtis and DeNeil Bjorn sen
stayed all night Friday with Dan
ny and Debbie Havranek
Veld«*en Pinkertnan stayed a few
days at the Reggie Pinkerman
home in O'Neill.
Mrs. Art Gibson from Kuna, Ida
ho and Mrs. Claraee Agar and Pen
ny from Boise, Idaho were Mon
day and Tuesday, June 30-July 1
guests at the Phyllis Mulhair
home. Mrs. Gibson is an aunt erf
Margaret Stenger was an after
noon guest Monday of Phyllis Mul
Linda Henderson from Verdel
spent a few days with Margeen
Mrs. Emil Mieanek was a caller
at Joe Micanek’s Thursday morn
a*.... Prt.ifnAi- nn/) QhnrrV
were guests at the Edward May
home, July 1.
Bill Rosicky was a caller at the
Dwight Mieanek home July 2.
Mrs. Clarence Kolund went home
from the hospital Wednesday eve
ing. She left the baby until Sunday
Altar Society meet at the church
rectory Thursday afternoon in at
tendance with a large crowd.
hunch was served by Mrs. Leo
Kalkowski,' Mrs. Bud Stewart and
Mrs. Merle Sieler
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weeder from
Omaha spent the weekend at the
Frank Weeder and Ed Hoffman
Tommy Muller went to Creighton
on business Friday.
Mrs. Tommy Muller and chil
dren were down to Lila Norwood's
July 4th. They all had a picnic to
Dick Courtney went to Lincoln
last week on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bjornsen and
family, Mr. and Mrs. L,eo Kalkow
ski and Kevin. Mr. and Mrs. Leo
nard llavranek and children. Mrs.
Don Kay I and children, Mr. and
Mrs Dick Hull and Dawn, Mr.
and Mrs. (.lien Hull and Jerry. All
had a picnic July 4th at the Bill
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Moffett
and sons, Mrs. Peter Mulhair, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Mulhair and Lor
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f Heritage of Freedom j
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— Daniel Webster.
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en, Kenneth Crooks, Mr and Mrs.
Harold Micanek and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Dwight Micanek and
children and Joe Micanek from
Lynch and Mr and Mrs. Edward
May and son from Monowi were
to Niobrara park Sunday for the
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bjornsen and
family left Sunday morning fur
their home at El Monte, Calif., af
ter spending two weeks with their
Mrs Emily Denire from Billings.
Mont., spent a few days at Wallace
Moffetts home. Mrs. Denire is a
cousin of Mrs. Moffett.
Rev. and Mrs. Spraugg spent
Sunday evening at the Wallace
The Spraugg girls are attending
summer camp at Long Bine.
Mrs. Emily Denire, Mrs Peter
Muihair. Mrs. Wallace Moffett and
Mrs. Phyllis Muihair were in O'
Neill Monday. Mrs. Moffett and
Phyllis Muihair had denial work
Mrs. Lloyd Tuch and Linda,
Mrs. Marvin Schindler and Mary
Ellon were in Omaha Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Muller and
children were dinner guests of
Mrs. Joy Yowlon at Pickstown,
S. D. Larry and Kay stayed a few
days with Uieir grandmother and
she took them to see their great
grandmother, Mrs. John Jira at
White Lake, S D.
Mrs. Marvin Schindler and Mary
Ellen, Mrs. and Mrs. Herman Her
ser were Sunday afternoon guests
at Frank Heisers. They all enjoyed
ice cream and cake.
Dolores Kaikowski and Harlan
Heiser were supper guests Sunday
at Corky Kaikowski s.
Gail Heiser, Kim Lueken and
Francis Fisher spent July 4th at
By Mrs. Lionel Gunter
Barbara and Marilyn Johnston
visited a few days last week at the
Will Shrader home.
Elaine Tinsley spent Friday
night and Saturday with Joan Mil
Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Fry of Mc
pherson, Kans., Lou Miller, Clay
ton Hoke, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Swit
zer the Billy Lofquist and Walter
miner uuiuiiea wcic ^uisia uk
Forums July 4th picnic dinner at
the Leo Miller home. There were
46 children and 36 adults present.
Mrs. Catherine Eucker of Tilden
visited last weekend at the Rudy
Ahlers home. On Sunday she ac
companied the Rudy Ahlers to Wis
ner and spent the day at the Boh
Ahlers home helping Bob celebrate
his birthday anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fink visited
with Mrs. Ross Fink and children
of Lafayette, Colo, and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Snyder of Page at the
Harold Heiss home at Page on
The Ralph Pollock family of
Seattle, Dale Raasch family and
Rodney Pollock family of Omaha
are guests at the Dave Pollock
home. On July 4th they joined the
Art Busshardt and Kenneth Pollock
families in Neligh for a picnic din
ner. The group were guests Sun
day at the Dave Pollock, home
Mrs. Fern Pollock was also a
The John Miller family visited
last Sunday evening at the Ken
neth Hill home.
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Gun
ter and Jimmy of Geneseo, 111-,
and Dennis Napier called at the
Keith Biddlecome and Lionel Gun
ter homes Wednesday afternoon,
Rev. and Mis. William Ross vis
ited at the Keith Biddlecome home
July 1 afternoon.
Douglas Shrader was an over
night guest of Clayton Hoke July
Irene Ahlers of Seward and Ros
ella Ahlers of Norfolk visited home
folks over *lhe July 4th weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Wrayne Fry and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. Al
vin Gibson jr., at the A1 Gibson
home in Neligh Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mott, Sharon
and Tammy spent July 4th at Val
entine visiting relatives.
Mrs. Dave Pollock visited Mrs.
Howard Miller Thursday after
Mr. and Mrs. Myrle Proctor
and girls of Dowagiac, Mich., were
supper guests July 1 at the Lionel
Mr. and Mrs. Web Napier were
dinner guests Sunday at the John
The John Napier family met
the Eddy Cuddy and Jerry Cuddy
families of O'Neill, the Ed Wai
ters family of Chaml>ers and the
Ed Burke family of Gordon at
Vainuuic iwi n piviuv
The Joe Miller family of Omaha
and Mrs. Anna Miller of Ewing
spent July 4th at the John Miller
The Bob Ahlers family of VVis
ner. the Fred Ritter family of Til
den, the Bernard Trease family
of Clearwater and Rosella Ahlers j
of Norfolk were guests July 1st in |
the evening at the Rudy Ahlers i
home and wished him a happy I
Sarah Hohman went to the Clar- j
ence Hahlback home July 4th to
Thru JULY 18
8 Races Weekdays
8 Races Saturdays
Soonsored by Madison County
spend a month. Mrs. Keith Bid
Idlecome went to Chicago Sunday
morning with Keith for a vacation
and sight seeing trip Paul Guntet
I is doing their chores.
Lovenia Switzer called at the
j Ora Switzer home one evening last
The Charles Rotherham family
visited last Monday evening at the
John Miller home.
The Lee Fink and Willie Shra
der families. Mr and Mrs. Eldred
Fry . Mrs Kitty Fry ami Mr and
Mrs Floyd Napier were dinner
guests Sunday at the Lynn Fry
Visit Brnk Vault
The Happy Hollow 4-H club met
with Faye Srheer on June 23. Mrs.
I Lionel Gunter, our loader. Susan,
Itouglas and Jerry Taylor were ab
sent. We answered roll call by
naming our fa\orite summer sport
Mary Bergstrom and Vicki Mil
ler gave a demonstration "Set
ting the Table". Bonie Weinke
gave a discussion on "How to
Judge a Beef." Faye Scheer
judged bread in the "Yeast
Breads" project ami those in sew
ing project learned the different
kinds of seams ami when to use
On June 10 Mrs Chet Taylor
took the members of the "Ikdlars
and Sense"'project to the Farm
er's State Bank in Ewing Mr.
Edwards showed us the vault, de
posit boxes, camera and projector,
the safe and how it operated. He
showed us how to write cheeks
and deposit money. \V enjoyed
our trip to the bank.
Our next meeting will l*e juh
14 with Bonnie Welko.
Jerome Miller, reporter
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