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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1959)
Star Community News
Boasts One Member
B\ Mr*. EwaJt Miller
The descendants of the late Er
nest and Mary Boclter gathered
at the City park in Verthgre Sun- j
day, July 12 for the annual re
union. A basket dinner was held
at noon. The afternoon was spent
at cards, pitching horse shoes and
Those present for the occasion
were: Mrs. Hattie Boclter, Mr. and
Mrs Gerald Waring and family,
Mr and Mrs. Albert Boelter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Boel
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Er
nest Boelter and family, Mrs
Ewalt Miller and Barbara, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Boelter and family,
Mr. and Mrs. I^eonard Boelter ami
family. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Boel
ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Reno
Boelter and family, Mr and Mrs.
John Leiding and family, Joe Boel
ter and Miss Carolyn Beaudette
Since the 1958 reunion there has
been two marriages, A mold Miller
and Ardith McElhose and Bob Van
Ostrand and Leone Boelter.
Living descendants are one son,
Joe- Boelter, twenty three grand
children, fifty eight great-grand
children, several great-great
grandchildren, several great-great
grandchildren, also, Ifattie, wife
of the late Arthur Boelter and Fay,
wife of the late Itoland Boelter.
Irma Juracek returned home
Saturday after spending the week
with relatives in lincoln and Oma
Joe Boelter of Rowley. Ia. spent
Thursday night and had dinner
Friday with the Ewalt Miller fam
Guests at the Bob Tomlinson
home Friday evening for an out
door supper to honor the birthday
anniversaries of Bob and his son
in-law. Earl Stevens were Mr. and
Mrs Gilbert Fox and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Stevens and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butterfield and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lin
quist, Donnie and Vicki, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Grenier and Albert
Sipes. . . .__
W unit__a..lrv aIi iK
and their families held the annual
club picnic at Kurds Park in O -
Neill Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Cunningham
and family left for their home in
Erie, Pa. Friday Mrs. Qinmng
ham and daughters had been vis
iting here since June 22, ana Mr.
Cunningham since July 4
Mr. and Mrs. Vince Cunning
hum and Mrs. KwaM Miller Ma
lted with Mrs. Arnold Miller and
son, 8tcv«i DcVerpf, ^
Lundberg hospital In Creighton
last Tuesday. _ ,_
Kay Cunningham spent Wednes
day afternoon. July 15 with Karen
McElhose. , __ ,_,
Mr. and Mrs. Rakdean Block erf
Grand Island spent the weekend
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Block.
Mrs I.ysle Johnson and Barbara
Miller were in Creighton Thursday
afternoon, July 16 visiting Mrs.
Arnold Miller and meeting the new
Kay and Sharon Cunningham
spent July 16 forenoon with Roddy,
Mike and Craig Hibtos.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Juracek
and Lyle returned home Saturday
after spending the week in Mon
tana on a Conservation and sight
Donna Hiatt Honored
at Pre-Nuptial Shower
r Miss Donna Hiatt was honored
Saturday evening, July 18, at a
pre-nuptial shower in the Bristow
Methodist church pallors._
The program was given as a
“This Is Your Life" presentation
with Mrs. Elvin Allen in charge.
Others who had a part in recalling
various events of Miss Hiatt’s life
were the Misses Lavonne Johnson,
Linda Howell, Kathy Loukota, Sha
ryn Teadtke, Lennia DeVall, Mario
Johnson, Nancy Lightfoot, Elsa
Jensen, Twila Hicks, and Olga
Bengsten and Mesdames Robert
Anderson. Duane Mahlendorf, Jer
old Dennis, and Edith Truman.
Ttje bride-to-be was presented with
a folder containing her life story
which had been depicted.
Seated with Miss Hiatt under
a canopy of pink and white, her
chosen colors, were her mother,
Mrs. Ivan Hiatt, and aunt, Mrs.
The remainder of the evening
was spent viewing the wide as
sortment of gifts which were open
Lunch, which also carried out
the bride's colors, was served by
the women of the Methodist
The regular Luther League
meeting was held on July 16th.
Rose Marie Holmberg was in
charge of the program, “Quick
sand Slogans ’. Readings were
given by Mario Johnson, Barbara
Thorscll, Janice Peterson, and
Hostesses were Mrs. E. H. Wen
ke, Mrs. Allan Hargens, Mrs. L.
W. Gibson, and Mrs. Clyde Beck
Pastor and Mrs. Benard Nelson
and Lowell and Pastor and Mrs.
Melvin Peterson and Sylvia ot
Stanton, Iowa were Wednesday
evening dinner guests of Olga
Johnson and Algot Sandberg.
Many from the Bristow vicinity
picnicked, boated, and water skiied
at Fort Randall Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kraft, Mrs.
Claire Van Hove, Mrs. Myrtle Mc
Quistian, and Henry Olson spent
Sunday evening with Mrs. Vernie
Bayne and Charles Headley.
Cathy and Rickie Hafsaas of
Omaha are spending their vacation
at the Bud Hafsaas home.
Lavonne Johnson spent Friday
at the Herman Landholm home.
Mrs. Dorothy Johnson had dinner
6:76x15 nylon Ore, llfeOme guar
antee, only $16.95 exchange. —
Seovle’s Western Auto, O’Neill.
R. E. Clayson of Hebron, was a
Saturday dinner guest at the Ivan
Ronald Boettcher of Valentine,
Leland Boettcher of Cody, and
Mrs. Olga Johnson were Sunday
dinner guests of Mrs. Evelyn Boet
tcher. . „ ,
Mrs. Melvin Johnson called on
hospital patients Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Emily Peterson spent Sat
urday afternoon with Dorothy
Johnson and Lavonne.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hiatt and
Donne spent Sunday evening with
M. R. Marlatt in Spencer.
Mrs. Claire Van Hove and Mrs.
Goldie Berg visited with relatives
in O’Neill Monday.
Pastor and Mrs. Benard Nelson
and Lowell, Mario and Wilton
Johnson, Rose Marie Holmberg,
Sharon Holmberg, Kathy Ruda,
Janice Peterson, and Barbara
Thorell attended t h e Wakefield
Luther League Rally at the Con
cordia Lutheran Church in Con
Mr. and Mrs. Emfry Olson and
Lorin Dean and Mrs. Eugene Mar
tinson of Fairfax, S. D. and Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent Olson of Atkinson
spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs.
J. T. Olson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hansen and
boys of Council Bluffs are visiting
at the Warren Fushelman home.
_ _ I
Mrs. Emil Prokop returned
home Wednesday after spending
a few days in the Lynch hospital.
Those who called on Mrs. J. T.
Olson this past week were: Mrs.
Emily Peterson, Mrs. Oscar An
derson, Mrs. Melvin Johnson, Pas
tor and Mrs. Melvin Peterson and
Sylvia. Pastor Benard Nelson, and
Mrs. E. A. Chore.
Mr. and Mrs. Mel Jay Long and
Randy and Mrs. Adoph Soukup
and family were dinner guests at
the Thomas Boska home Saturday
noon. Other dinner guests there
were Mr. and Mrs. Mandus Olin
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Krupicka and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Hambek, and Mr. and Mrs.
Tommy Boska and family, all of
Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Boska and Danny of Salt Lake
City, Utah, and Miss Irene Boska
of Washington, D. C.
Mrs. Beryle Bessert and Debbie
were Saturday overnight guests at
the Clay Mashino home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ruda and
Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruda
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gott
fred Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
vin Peterson and Janice. Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Danielson and Roger,
and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Daniel
son were supper guests at the Pete
Ruda home Tuesday, July 14 eve
ning honoring Steven on his birth
Mrs. Ray Long visited at the
Willard Landholm home on Fri
Sir. and Mrs. Raymond Boska
and Danny of Salt Lake City. Utah
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boska
were July 14 evening dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Jay Long
Mr. and Mrs. Veldon Lee and
boys atended an anniversary par
ty at the William Stauffer home
Pastor and Mrs. Melvin Peter
son and daughter of Stanton. Iowa
were guests this past week of
Pastor and Mrs. Benard Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruogman
and Kenny were dinner guests at
the JohrT Lightfoot home. Friday
Louis Novak ot Norfolk came
July 16 and Mrs. Tillie Novak re
turned home with him to spend a
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Harris
and girls, Mrs. Jim Slecta, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Scheinost and boys,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hafsaas, Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Hafsaas. Mrs. Abe
Moses and Carol, and Mrs. Pat
Cunningham and family were sup
per guests at the Ladimer Schein
ost home Thursday July 16.
Mrs. Dave Landholm called at
the John \V. Johnson home Friday
Mr. and Mrs Con Thorell visit
ed with Mrs. William Canning
and Julian Thorell in Wayne Sun
Weekend guests at the Ben Nel
son home were Mr. and Mrs. Mal
'om Frost and Dick of Omaha and
Mrs. O. W. Todd of Houston. Tex
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Anderson and
family of Gardena, Calif , were
Friday morning visitors of Pastor
and Mrs. Nelson and Lowell. Mrs.
Anderson is a sister of Mrs. Nel
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Landholm
spent Sunday evening at the Ray
Mrs. Reuben Hypse and Mrs.
Leo Johnson visited Friday after
noon, July 10th, at the Harry
Johnson home and were luncheon
guests there. They also called at
the Charles Miller and Con Thor
Mrs. Edith Truman accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Lightfoot to
Center Sunday where they were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Dwight McGill and family. Mrs.
Truman remained there to spend a
Galen and Delwyn Anderson are
spending a few days at the Dave
Mrs. Bayne and Mrs Ed Couch
were dinner guests of Mrs. Mc
Quistian Thursday. July 16. Mrs.
Couch remained there overnight.
Mrs. Abe Moses and Carol of
Omaha were July 16 overnight
guests at the Ladimer Scheinost
Stop & Shop
Rogers Feed Store
Where Y Dollar Buys More!
THIS WEEK SPECIALS:
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Hi Lass Cattle Fattner.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 Cora. 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. $2.50
40% Hog Supplement. 100 lbs.' $4.50
41% HuR-proeeseed Soybean Meal .. cwt. $4.25
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This is the first group of 130 students to take swimming lessons at the O’Neill Municipal swim
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The second group of about 250 students have Just begun taking their lessons this past week. They
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