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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1959)
ADMISSIONS: July 14—Mrs. Art
J <hnson of Spencer; Alton Brad
duck of Page. IS Mrs. I idly Lyons
t O Neill. Don Templcmeyer o!
0 Neill. 16 Mrs. Ray mond Forbes
of Ewing; Mrs C. R. Foree of
O'Neill; M F. O'Donnell of O'Neill;
Mrs. Walter Hornback of Spencer;
Kurt Fox of O'Neill. 18—Mrs. L.
G. Bernholz of Chambers; Mrs.
George Herzog of O'Neill. 19— E.
M Jarman of Chambers; Dave L.
Moier of O'Neill; Mrs. HenrJ’ Grun
k of O'Neill; Mrs Herb Walth
»f Butte; Mrs. Ada Cox of Cham
Drs. 20 Mrs. Gail Muller of O'
Neill. 'Zl Mrs. Wendell Babl of
Emmet; Mrs, Larry Tibbetts of
O'Neill; Robert Gartner jr. of
Chambers; Ed Eisenhauser of
Chambers; Trudy Schultz of O
N'eill; Randy Peterson of Cham
DISMISSALS: July 14-Mike
Smith oi Spencer. lb— Mrs. Art
J ihnson of Spencer; Mrs. Bobby
Eiwin and baby boy of O'Neill;
Mrs. Albert Widtfeldt of O'Neill.
16 Mi* Donald Day of O'Neill;
Mrs. Jaunita Closson of O'Neill;
Miss Catherine Cerny of Spencer;
Donald Hoffman of Chambers;
Mrs. C. R Foree of O'Neill. 17 -
Mrs. Ralph Ferris of O'Neill;
Alliert Anthony of Inman; Mrs.
Walter Hornback of Speflcer 18
Mrs. Billy Lyons and Baby Boy of
O Neill; Mrs. Lloyd Brittell of
O Neill; Clarence Becker of Spen
cer; Stanley Chmiel of Chambers;
Mrs. Roy Wilson of Page. 19
Robert Young of O'Neill; Donald
Templcmeyer of O'Neill. 20 Al
ton Braddock of Page; John Shoe
maker of O'Neill. 21 Kurt Fox of
o Neill; Elzabeth O'Malley of
O'Neill; E. M. Jarman of Cham
t„.rs; Mrs. Raymond Forties and
i;,iby girl of Ewing; Mrs. Larry
Tibbetts of O'Neill. 22 Trudy
Schultz of O'Neill; Randy Peter
son of Chambers.
Guild berg .Memorial
ADMITTED: July 12-18 - Mrs.
Gilbert lllrich of Creighton; Mrs.
Ida Sealer of Center; Mrs. Arnold
Miller of Verdigre; Mrs. Julius
Wagner of Creighton; Clifford E.
Woods of Bloomfield; Robert
Owens of Ixmg Pine.
Dismissed. Mrs. Arnold Nickels
of Bloomfield, Mrs. Gordon Block
and daughter of Verdigre; Mrs.
Daniel Girdner and son of Creigh
ton; Michael Smith of Creighton;
Mrs Bruce Jundt of Winnetoon;
Mrs. Gilliert Ulrich and daughter
of Creighton; Joe Bern of Verdigre,
Mrs. Arnold Miller and son of Ver
DEATH Loftus Eberly of Nio
Admitted: July 13- Mrs. Charles
Shaid of Atkinson; H. E. Meyers of
Newport; Frank Reiser of Butte.
15 Mrs. Delbert Hood of Butte;
Mrs. James Edwards of Ains
worth; Mrs Robert Slay maker of
Atkinson; Guy Parsons of Atkin
sun 17 Mrs. Robert Engler of
O'Neill; Mrs Alvin Straka of At
kinson; Bob Orsborn of O’Neill;
Mrs. Richard McConnell of New
castle. Wyoming; Mrs. Charles
Prior of Stuart. 19 Sheridan Blow
of Scotts Bluff ; Mrs. Grover Sil
vers of Stuart; Miss Helen Straka
ofStuart; Mrs. Clint Davis of Bas
Dismissed: July 13 Wa>n®
ker of Atkinson. 14 E. H. Meyers
of Newport; Neil Nevvhirter of
Stuart; Mrs. John Schmit anclson
O’Neill 16- Mrs. James lloff
inan and daughter of Stuart; Guy
Parsons of Atkinson. 1. Mrs. Jim
Edwards and baby; Fra"J Jflmd
of Butte; Mrs. Charles Shaid and
daughter of Atkinson.
MULLER Tlie Thomas Mullers,
Lynch, daughter, 6 pounds, 15 oun
ces, July 17. This is the couples
fourth child. , _ .
JOHNSON—The Lloyd Joimsons
Spencer, daughter, 6 pounds, 14
ounces, July 17. _
1,1 NDBERO MEMORIAL
MILLER The Arnold Millers,
Verdigre have named their son
Double A Auction
Market Report, Atkinson. Tues
day, July 21st Auction- Cattle
and hog receipts continue to
improve with prospects for a
grand Auction August 4th. —
Several Carload lots already
listed with room for more and
Demand for all the cattle we can
get Eastern Buyers are ready
and willing to buy—don't miss
a sure l>et to receive an attrac
tive price for part of your cat
tle. Steer calves sold up to
$36 00 today with light supplies;
heifers to $33.30; yearling steers
$27.00 to $31 00; yearling heifers
$26.00 to $29 00 with some light
weight over the $30 00 mark
Beef cows continued to be under
pressure as best kinds ■°ld fmm
$16.50 to $17 50. Cutters $15|0
to $16.25; canners $13.75 to $i!k
25 cwt; heiferettes from_ $17.50
to $20.00 cwt Bulls $19-00 to
S'n.OO cwt. Next regular Sale,
Tuesday. July 28th.-Next Spec
ial, August 4th. If you have fat
cows to sell Don't vvait-Bnng
them any Tuesday. Remember
we need your listing by Satur
day the 25th to be advertised
on our Card Mailing for the
Special Sale the 4th of August
If vou have cattle you would
like* us to look at. call or drop
us a line, we’re in the country
every week now and may be
within a few miles of your place
looking at your neighbors Phone
5141 daytime or 6301 Evenings.
HOOD The Delbert Hoods.
Butte, son. Kevin William, 7
pounds, 9 ounces, July ij
SLAYMAKER TTv’ Rolert siay
niakers, Atkinson son Roger Dean '
O'Neill, son, Kevin Lewnie 9
pounds, 2 ounces. July 17.
ENGLER The Robert Englers,
8 pounds, July 16.
STRAKA The Alvin Strakas,
Atkinson, son. Timothy Scott, 6
pounds. 10 ounces Juh 17
McCONNELL The Richard Mc
Connell*. New Castle. Wyo.. daugh
ter. Joan Eileene. 8 pounds. 10
ounces July 18
SILVERS The Grover Silvers',
Stuart, son. 9 pounds. 4 ounces,
FORBES The R a \ m o n d
Forhes . Ewing, daughter. Lola
Lynn 7 pounds 13*4 ounces. July
16 This is the couple’s fourth
BABL The Wend all Babls. Em
met. son, Edward Jerome. 8
pounds. 3la ounces, July 21.
PRICE The Stanley Prices. Nor
folk. son. 8 pounds. 7 ounces. July
16. at Our Lady of Lourdes hospi
tal in Norfolk Mr. and Mrs. Ern
est Price of O'Neill are the pater
DOUD—The Paul Douds. Seattle.,
Wash , daughter. Sharon Ann. 8
pounds. 11 ounces, July 19 The
couple now have two daughters.
Mr and Mrs. Alfred Doud. Ewing,
are the paternal grandparents
ASHER The Greg Ashers,
Osage, Karts daughter, Lvnnette
Ann. Mrs. Frieda Asher of Page
is the great grandmother.
DISTRUT <XH HT
A Petition on Mortgage Note for
deficiency judgment case of A L
Borg \s. George F Kyser and Fre
da M Kyser. was tilt'd July 22 in
District court b\ John K Gallag
her. attorney for the plaintiff. The
total sum of money involved was
StwO.09 with interest
tX>l MX txu n r
State vs. William D Beckman,
Elgin, speeding night, fined S15.
and $4 costs officer. E M llas
treiter; July 17.
State vs. William J Mohanna,
Omaha, speeding night, fined $10.
ami $4 costs officer, K. M Has
treiter. July 17.
State vs. Larrv Allen Whaley. O'
Neill. no operator's license non
resident immunity, lined $5. and
SI costs officer, l„ dude; July
State \ s Natchel Rzeszotarskl,
Atkinson, seining for minows in iv
stricted area, fined $10. and $1
costs officer; Harr> A Spall. Ju
State vs 1. Rotiert Pappenhei
nter d Neill apaedtaig day, hid
$15 and SI costs officer. K M.
llastreiter. July 21.
State v s Raj mood L. 'Venard,
Vermillion. S IV. speeding day,
tin .1 $10 and SI costs * officer,
R R Gude: July 21.
State vs Ro^er Warren Hill, Kan
-as City. Mo. speeding day. fined
$25 and St costs officer, R. L.
Gude; July 22.
f SWANS DOWN
C ANGEL FOOD
DWANS RED SOUR PITTED PIE
y 14 oz bottles $ 100
DOG F00D,121-lb. cans 98c
CHOC. CHIPS, 12-oz. pkg. 49c
FRESH FROZEN FILLET OF
-satvae-;—n J r,.rnra i ■ - '-j -.misaaaar^-r r- ■ -■ -^as 11 ■ ■ ■-- asse-gas?- -■
IUU o r UKfc m
I READY-TO-EAT BRAUN8WEIGER OR■
PICNIC HAMS_lb. 35c LIVER SAUSAGE_lb. 49cl
U.S.D.A. GRADED GOOD-SWISS OR 1
ROUND lb £j
FRESH CRESCENT M
PORK LIVER_2 lbs- 49c SLICED BACON_3 $1001
U.S.D.A. GRADED GOOD BEEF 1
) “ 49e
RED RIPE TOMATOESlb. 19c SUNK1ST LEMONS_doz. 99c
MORRELL DEPENDABLE BRAND—No. 80* Cana BANQUET FROZEN—10-oz. pkgs.
LARD_3-lb. can 75c SPAGHETTI, $ cans 59c MEAT PIES _ 5 pkgs. $1
SYRUP — 36-oz. jar 75c POUnTcAKE . pkg. 25c P>NUT BU1TER -]ar 35c
SHIT N„ *,■„ KOOL-AD). 6 pkgs. 25« JELLIES, 5 Khz. jars $1
^BABBITS CUDAHY’S—16 o*. cana
JELLO_3 pkgs. 25c CLEANSER.... pkg. IQc BEEF-POTATOEScan$)c
50-LB. 98 f
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