The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, July 23, 1959, Image 10

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    Kd Thorin and W. IH Todd proved it last week. There are some
mighty fine bass available in the O'Neill area- lake most smart
fishermen, they “wouldn't say" where they got them other than it
was a lake east of Page. The string of 10 Bass averaged a pound and
a half each. The largest weighed almost 4 pounds.
Page News
Appears in Opera
'The King and I'
By Mm. Evelyn Gray
Myrna Heiss, a student at Ne
braska Wesleyan University, spent
the weekend at Page in the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan
Heiss. Four nights last week she
played in the opera “The King and
I" which opened to a crowd of
over 3,500 at the Pine Bowl in
Pioneer Park sponsored by the
Civic Singfest Committee of Lin
Vernon Linnans of Oakdale is
the new superintendent of the Page
school. He will move his family
here in the near future. At pre
sent he is attending summer
school at University of Nebraska
at Lincoln. The Linnans have four
children, a daughter and three
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O’Neill, Nebr.
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The School board members aj>
pointed by the county superinten
dent, Miss Alice French are Carl
M a x, Cordes Walker Mervvyn
French sr., Frank Cronk, Mrs.
Calvin Harvey and Mrs. William
Sorensen. School will open on
August 31st.
Mrs. Bill Hock and family, and
Kathleen Walker left Sunday for
a week’s vacation. They will visit
her parents in Minatare and Kath
fleen's uncle, Guy Stevens in Scotts
Mrs. Vivian Steinberg suffered
a fall and received a badly in
jured knee. She is under the Doc
tor’s care and will be for some
time. The Rutherford family is tak
ing care of her chores at present
The East Side Kountry Klub met
in the Page park Sunday for a
social evening and enjoy a picnic
supper. Mr and Mrs. Orville Olson
of Oakland, the parents of Mrs.
Merwyn French jr. were invited
6:70x15 nylon tire, lifetime guar
antee, only $16.95 exchange. —
Scovie’s Western Auto, O’Neill.
Mrs. Blanche Darr or California
and Mrs. Evelyn Gray were Sun
day dinner guests in the Cordes
Walker home.
The Page M.Y.F. council held a
very successful meeting Wednes
day evening, July 15th. Their sum
mer activities were completed,
and plans for their installation
services, were made for Sunday
evening, July 26th.
A swimming party Is planned
for Thursday evening, July 23rd
at O'Neill. The party to leave from
the church at 6:30 o'clock.
The official board of the Page
Methodist church held a special
meeting in the church parlors
Monday evening, July 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris and
son, Roy jr. of Hume, Mo. were
in Page July 15th calling on old
friends. They were enroute for a
vacation to the Black Hills. Mi's.
Harris was Miss Helen Wadley
before her marriage. She taught
her first term of school in the
Page high school in 192S-1930 un
der the superintendency of C. P.
She toured the school rooms
which brought back many mem
ories. She met M. C. Tipton, who
was janitor of the school at that
The Harris family live on a farm
near Hume, Mo. and Mrs. Hants
teaches in the Hume high school.
Mr s. Frieda Asher received
word of the birth of her first
great-grandchild, a daughter being
bom to Mr. and Mrs. Greg Asher
of Osage, Kansas She has been
named Lynnette Ann.
The Adult Fellowship Sunday
school class of the Methodist
Church will sponsor the appear
ance of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sand
! all, who are missionaries just re
cently returned from Cuba, at the
Methodist Church in Page Tues
day evening. July 28th at 8 o'clock.
The couple will speak and show
slides on their work in Cuba. A
free-will offering will be taken. The
public is cordially invited to at
Mrs. Alta Finch was hostess to
the 4-G's Card club Friday
High prize was won by Mrs.
Frieda Asher the low by Mrs. Eth
el Waring while the traveling
prize went to Mrs. Hester Edmis
Next meeting to lie July 31st
with Mrs. Cliff Leach.
Mrs. Leila Snell spent Sunday
in O'Neill visiting her daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
"Doc" Waller.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Waring
of O'Neill came Tuesday to take
her mother, Mrs. Alta Finch to
Omaha where she will enter St.
Joseph's hospital.
Gailard Albright and son, Sterl
mt;. who have employment in Mo
ville, Iowa, spent the weekend in
Page with Mrs. Albright and other
Mr. and Mrs. Arnot Buxton and
family of O'Neill were Sunday din
ner guests of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Buxton and called on
her mother, Mrs. Gailard Albright.
Mrs. Leila Snell, Mrs. Anton
Nissen and Mrs. Evelyn Gray at
tended Eastern Star chapter in
Ewing July 14th. Mrs. Snell and
Mrs. Nissen were on the enter
taining committee.
The Royal Neighbors of Ameri
ca met in the IOOF hall July 15th
for their regular camp session.
Mrs. Alton Braddock and Mrs Vi
vian Steinberg served a tasty
lunch. Mrs. Blanche Darr of Cali
fornia was a guest.
Mrs. J. I. Gray had as her
guests Saturday afternoon Mrs.
Robert Gray, Mrs. Evelyn Gray
of Page and Mrs . Blanche Darr
of Los Angeles, Calif. She served
a lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Trow
bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nis
i sen, Mrs. Lydia Weber, Mrs. Dick
Trowbridge and children, Mrs.
Harold Freemeyer and daughter,
Susan, left Thursday, July 16th for
Denver, Colo. Mrs. Freemeyer and
Susan visited in the Emil Nissen
home and the others attended the
wedding of Miss Sherly Weber,
They returned home the first of
the week.
Mr. and Mrs. ‘'Doc'' Waller of
O'Neill and Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Stewart were callers in the home
of Mrs. Leila Snell Friday eve
ning, July 17th.
Mrs. Blanche Darr of Los Ange
les, Calif., Mrs. Leila Snell and
Mrs. Evelyn Gray of Page called
at the Les Lanes home Saturday i
ovpnincr .Tnlv 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Olson of
Oakland came Saturday to spend
a few days with their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mer
wyn French jr. and bring their
little daughter, Stephanie home.
She had spent two weeks with her
After spending several w'eeks
with relatives and friends at Page
Miss Marie lleiss left Thursday
to resume her library work at Hast
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. French sr.
were in Columbus Thursday at
tending to some business affairs.
Mrs. Leila Snell and Mrs. Evelyn
Gray drove to Plainview Wednes
day, July 15th and from there
they accompanied Mrs. Gene Ba
ber to Sioux City where they met
their sister, Mrs. Blanche Darr of
Los Angeles, Calif. She returned
with them to Page for an extend
ed visit with relatives, and friends.
Mrs. Dora Townsend entertained
a numbers of ladies to a breakfast
Tuesday morning, July 14th in
honor of Mrs. J. I. Grays 81st birth
Those attending w ere Mrs.
Icie Synder, Mrs. Carrie Town
send and Mrs. Dick Copes.
Mrs. J. I- Gray celebrated the
anniversary of her 81st birthday
in the home of her son and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boeder of
Verdigre have purchased the home
of Fred Naslund and plan to move
in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. Royvan Day and
Pat and Connie Riege were Sun
day guests in the William Ragland
Mrs. Lydia Weber and Mrs. El
mer Trowbridge were dinner and
afternoon guests of Mrs. Forrest
Henderson and Eldon on Wednes
day, July 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coolidge
-Cowling -
JULY 25 AT 1:00 P.M.
ami Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs 1 I
Calvin Coolidge and sons of Cham- |
bers visited Sunday evening in the
William Ragland home.
The W5.CS. of the Methodist j
church met Thursday afternoon |
in the church parlors with 27 mmi-!
bers present.
Mrs. Harold Heiss had charge of
devotions. The lesson she read j
|was intitled.' Take God With You j
On your Vacation" a book "What '
|Would Jesus do?" was bought and!
1 is to be passed among members
! to read.
The Memorial Tea was posponed |
until July 30 when Ewing and In- |
1 man will be invited as guests of I
j the society. Mrs. Blanche Darr of j
(Los Angeles, Calif, was a guest. I
The serving committee was Mrs.
Harold Kelly and Mrs. Roy Zellers.
A get well card was sent to Al
ton Braddoek, who is in St. Anth- I
ony's hospital.
Deloit News
Deloit Persons
to Visit Hawaii
By Mrs. Hiiiry Reimer
Mrs. Henry Reimer plans to ac
company Miss Elja McCullough
and a group of 18 on a tour to I
Hawaii. The group will arrive in fl
San Francisco, Calif., on July 23 J
where they will spend three days
They will go by plane on July 27
and tour the islands for ten days.
On return the group will spend
four days in Los Angeles, Calif.
I and return by way of Grand Can
lyon, Colo.
j The tour is sponsored by Dana
College. This is the ninth year a
tour has been conducted by Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bartak,
also of the Deloit community, are
Hawaii bound. They will leave Ju
ly 28 with the WOW Farm Study
Tour being conducted by Arnold
Peterson. They will return about
August 11. The entire trip will be
by air via Los Angeles, Calif.
One hundred persons will be on
the tour.
Mrs. Aiarina Kinney 01 r.igin anu 1
her granddaughter, Madine Stearns J
left Monday evening by bus from .
Grand Island for Los Angeles, Cal
if., where they will visit relatives.
Several from here atended the
funeral for Miss Anna Van Zandt,
79, in Ewing on Wednesday after
noon, July 15.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Larson of
Ewing were dinner guests on
Thursday at the Henry Reimer
Mr. and Mrs. Ray W'ard of New
York, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson,
Winifred and Neil of Neligh and
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harpster were ■
supper guests on July 14 at Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bauer and
family; Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Borg
and family of Washington; Mrs.
Lampert and family of California, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Donohoe of |
Holdredge, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy
Morrow and family O'Neill, Mr. I
and Mrs. Ralph Tomjack. Mike I
and Ray visited relatives in Dal
las, S. D. on Sunday.
Mrs. Freddie Bollwitt and Mrs.
Johnny Bauer were Neligh visitors
on Tuesday. July 14.
Maynard Stearns entertained his
Sunday sehcfol class at his home |
Sunday evening.
We had over 1 inch of rain
Thursday n 1 g h t and Friday
morning. The farmers and nine-'*
ers are combining and hay ng.
The hay w ill soon be up.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and
James and Mr. and Mrs. H. Rei
mer were Friday evening visitors
at Ralph Tomjack's.
Mrs. Henry Reimer went to
Hastings Sunday where she will
visit the Howard Temple home be
fore leaving by train for San Fran- |
cisco Sunday evening.
Mrs. Lambert Bartak was a
Norfolk visitor on Tuesday, July
Apply ITCH-ME-NOT. In 15 min
utes, if the itch needs scratching, ,
get your 48c back. You reel the’
medication take hold to quiet the j
Uch in minutes; watch healthy,
clear skin come on. Get ITCH-ME- ’
NOT from any druggist for extern- j
ul skin irritations. NOW at
FRI. SAT. JULY 24 25
The rough-tough Boss of the
Waterfront James Cagney, and the
Doll that he wants for his dish—
Shirley Jones, in the rowdy, riotous :
romantical musical story of muscle
men and molls ... set to the
heartbeat of the Biggest Tow n of i
Adnl.: Adults 50c, Children 15c.
All children unless in arms must
have tickets. Matinee Sat. 2:30. !
SUN.-MON.-TUBS. JULY 20 27-28
How can an officer in his right
mind “misplace'’ a fully-equipped
destroyer escort?
Officer and gentleman by Act
of Congress—man, somebody goof
ed! Wedding night or not . . .
Jerry’s gotta find his "mislaid”
Jerry Lewis In
Co-starring Dina Merrill, Diana
Spencer, Mickey Shaughnessy, and
Robert Middleton, with Gale Gor
don, Mabel Albertson, Chuck Was
Adni.: Adults 50c, Children 15c.
All children unless in arms must
have tickets. Matinee Sun., 2:30.
Meet the most courageous man
of the year! He told off his boss
. . . intimidated his in-laws . . .
hrow-beat his wife . . . needled
his neighbors . . . and almost got
away with it!
Color by Technicolor
Starring Jack Hawkins, Margar-1
et Johnston, Roland Culver, John I
Fraser. June Thorburn.
Adm.—Adults 50c; Children 15c;
Family $1.00. 1
Siiort sleeves. Cool and practical. Assorted styles.
Grouped 127 - 167 - 247
White cotton broadcloth. Regular dress collar and sleeve
Most all sizes 14 to 17.
Each 199
Wash and wear blended fabrics. Assorted colors.
Broken sizes 28 to 38. Alteration extra.
Pair 488
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Clearance of this season's better dresses.
$3 - $5 - $7
Summer styles, reduced for clearance.
199 and 299
Cotton fabric suits. 2 to 6x and 7 to 14.
147 and 197
Cotton polished twills. Ivy league styles. Assorted colors.
Broken sizes 6 to 16.
Pair $2
Polished cotton. Ivy stripes. Unlinod. 36 to 42.
Special 299
Brief styles, assorted fabrics. Reduced for clearance. i
147 and 197
Blouses, shorts, jeans, etc. Hurry, plenty of summer-time wear
still ahead.
147 - 197 - 297
Generous, 22”x46” size. Absorbent quality. Plain colors.
Each 88c
Ladies’ stretch nylons. Irregulars. Average size only.
2 pairs 100