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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1959)
Archie Leonard Juracek, 21, O’
Neill and La Vada Rae Frerichs,
18, Page, August 6.
Jerald Lee Cox, 20, Rushville,
and Bette Feme Coxbill, 21, At
kinson, August 7.
I^eonard Marvin Brown, 20, O’
Neill and Leona Katherine Lang
an. 20, O'Neill, August 7.
Robert Edwin Walker, 21, Page
and Sharon Kay Crumly, 19, Page,
Duane D. Lewis, 20, Ainsworth
and Lois Jean Strong, 20, Cham
bers, August 11.
A License to Sell Real Estate
case was filed August 12 in Dis
trict Court here by Julius D. Cron
in, attorney for the plaintiff; in
the matter of application of Vera
Vogel, Guardiun of Leona Eliza
beth Bernt, a minor, for license to
sell real estate.
CXJI NTT COI’RT
State vs. Carl B. Painter, driver
for J. M. Kennedy Implement Co.,
Ainsworth, no registration certif
icate, fined $10 and H costs; of
ficer, Clifford L. Kizzire August
State vs. Gerald D. Anderson,
driver for Kennedy Implement Co.,
Ainsworth overload on axle, fined
$240 and $4 costs; officer, Donald
F. Richardson August 6.
State vs. Harold S. Fried, Butte,
no drivers license, fined $5 and
$4 costs; officer R. L. Gude- Aug
State vs. Don Orval Hallett,
driver for Harris Chapman, Pleas
ant Grove. Utah, overweight on
interior gross, fined $50 and $4
costs; officer, Clifford L. Kizzire
- August 7.
State vs. Hilary S. Berczyk.
Brainard, Minn., speeding night,
fined $25 and SI costs; officer, R.
L. Gude August 8.
State vs, Edward Franquet, Tuc
son, Ariz., speeding day, fined $10
and $4 costs; officer, Sgt. R. R.
Shomey August 10.
State vs. Ix>rence M. Hobbs, Ew
ing, speeding night, fined $15 and
$4 costs; officer, E. M. Hastrciter
State vs. Donald W. Downs, driv
er for Neelson and Peterson, Inc.,
1 Neligh, overweight on capacity
plate, fined $10 and $4 costs; of
ficer, Donald F. Richardson- Aug
All fans l/« off—Scovies West
ern Auto, O’Neill. ll-lSc
No Stinkers but Real Bargains!
On any gift item you
choose from our stock
Thursday - Friday
HELEN’S ROWER AND GIFT SHOP
Next Door to tiolden Helen Sullivan, Prop.
SERVES 4... or more!
Here's the BIG way to the
Lest! Enough spcii'lin't,
crystal-clear 7-Up in c J
big bottle to make fcur
or more people happy!
Perfect for the family and
parties—convenient to buy
Nothin) does It
STINKER Come In and Save I
on These Real, Real
Bargains that We
are Offering You
for STINKER DAY
See These At Our Outside Rack
One rack, regardless of former prices, out they go!
2 dresses for $1199 -1 for $700
I Pedal pushers and odds and ends of Bermudas and long punts
V2 of Original Price
Odds and ends—Broken sizes—Values to 24.98. Stinker day only.
$200 - No try ons!
Values to $3.98 - Now $200
Ship'n Shore — Terry brand
of Original Price
Lots and Lots of other bargains inside the store. Come
Early! Take advantage of these terrific bargains.
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Sacred Heart Hospital
Pi. sent: W. H. Block of Anoka;
Mrs Bertha Bright of Butte; Mrs.
Mary Classen of Spencer; Baby
Kent David of Spencer: Mrs. Min
nie Coltran of Anoka; Mrs. Pcrlie
Danker (rf Butte; John W. Dickey
of Spencer; Baby Kathy Joan EU
ers of Spencer; Mrs. Norman Jan
ssen of Spencer; Miss Darlene
Kopecky of Spencer; Master Scot
ty Lewis of Butte; Mrs. Melvin
Lueken of Lynch; Mrs. Jannettie
Nelson of Center; Otto Reckling of
Fairfax, S.D.; Mrs. Jake Serk of
Lynch; Master James Stoffer of
O Neill: Mrs. Frank Vondika of
Verdel; Mrs. Junior Raymond of
Bonesteel, S.D.; Mrs. Gerald Lee
Dismissed: Aug. 4- Mrs. Henry
Ellers of Spencer; Major Olin of
Spencer. Aug. 5-Mrs. Carl Ny
gren of Bristow. Aug. 6—Miss Pat
ty Horst of Butte. Aug. 7—Mrs.
Robert Classen of Spencer; August
Eilers of Spencer; Robert John
son of Bristow; Aug. 8- Mrs. Joe
Birmcier of Lynch; Miss Jeanne
Carlsen of Fairfax, S.D. Aug. 9—
Pete VV. Koenig of Butte.
Atkinson Memorial Hospital
Admitted: Auz. 3 — Mrs. Leo
Thomassen of Butte; Mrs. Orville
Orr of Atkinson; Fred Kanzel
meyer of Atkinson. Aug. 4 John
Giblin of Atkinson; Mrs. Dean
Kloppel of Rose. Aug. 5 Mrs.
Leonard Jungman of Atkinson;
Mrs. Emma Baldwin of Bassett;
Wm. Kohle of Stuart. Aug. 6
Mrs. John Beck of Atkinson. Aug.
7 Mrs. Anton Kaup of Stuart.
Aug. 9—Lloyd Dwayne Thurlow
Dismissals: Aug. 4 Lyle Vaughn
of Herrick, S.D.; Mrs. Nellie O'
Donnell of Atkinson; Mrs. Marie
Boettcher of Stuart; Edgar Her
rington of Bassett; Mrs. Leo
Thomassen of Butte. Aug. 5 Mrs.
Clinton Davis of Bassett; Mrs. El
mer Uieht of Long Pine; Mrs.
' Dean Kloppel of Rose. Aug. 6
Mrs. Ben Engler of Stuart; Mrs.
Carl Damero of O’Neill; Mrs.
Leonard Jungman of Atkinson;
John Giblin of Atkinson. Aug. 7—
Wm. Kohle of Stuart. Aug. 8—
Mrs. Anton Kaup of Stuart.
Expired: Aug. 7—Mrs. Emma
Baldwin of Bassett.
Luiulberg Memorial Hospital
Admitted: Aug. 1-8 Price Alice
of Kansas City, Mo.; Larry Jen
sen of Creighton; Linda Jensen of
Creighton; Marvin Jensen of
Creighton; L. V. Schreier of Ver
digre; Emon Marshall of Verdel;
Betty Haskin of Creighton; James
Glover of McCool Junction; Mrs.
Charles Kimble of Plainview; Mrs.
Jens J. Jensen of Bloomfield;
John Kennedy of Creighton; Lana
Fischer of Brunswick.
Dismissals: Price Allee of Kans
as City, Mo.; Mrs. Dean Pierce of
Verdigre; Paul Pierce of Verdi
gre; Linda Jensen of Creighton;
Larry Jensen of Creighton; Marv
in Jensen of Creighton; Betty lias
kin of Creighton; George Brandi
6:70x15 nylon tire, lifetime guar
antee, only $16.95 exchange. —
Scovie’s Western Auto, O’Neill.
ST. ANTHONY’S HOSPITAL
Admissions: Aug. 8 Mrs. Rob
ert Bennett of Ewing; Mrs. Duane
Allen of Page; Dick Stuifbergcn
of O'Neill; Mrs. Dale Curran ol
O'Neill. Aug. 6 Mrs. Jerome Cad
well of O'Neill; Mrs. George Her
zog of Chambers; Rickey Rowse
of Chambers; Mrs. Mentor Davis
of O’Neill; Mrs. Audry Bowden of
O’Neill. Aug. 8 Jerome Spittler
of O’Neill; Sandy Sue Allen of
Page; Mrs. Carl Max jr. of Page;
Mrs. Hugh Benson of Spencer.
Aug. 9 Mrs. James Stewart of
Page; George Eickhoff of O’Neill.
Aug. 10—Anthony Wieseler of
Hartington; Jerry McKamy of O’
Neill; Bruce Ann McKamy of O’
Neill; John Shoemaker of O’Neill.
Aug. 11 Mrs. Danny Nekolite of
O'Neill. Aug. 12 Mrs. Keith Ab
art of O’Neill; Mrs. Hubert Raut
erkus of O’Neill.
Dismissals: Aug. 4 -Owen Davis
af O'Neill; Mrs. Kenneth Wrede
af O’Neill; Miss Danelia VVhitak
?r of Chamliers; Dick Stuifberg
?n of O’Neill. Aug. 5- Miss Ther
esa Bosn of O’Neill; Mrs. Ralph
iVurtz of Spencer; Mrs. Robert
Bennett and baby girl of Ewing.
Aug. fr Mrs. George Morlang of
O'Neill; Mrs. Nellie Allen of Pre
sho, S.D. Aug. 7 — Mrs. Robert
Young of O'Neill; Ralph Blair of
Chambers; J. C. Parker of O'
Neill; MTS’. William Hanley of O'
Neill. Aug. 8“Mrs. Mentor Davis
af O'Neili; Mrs. Dale Curran and
baby girl of O'eNill; Mrs. Duane
Allen of Page; Mrs. Audrey Bow
den of O'Neill; Mrs. A. D. Dob
rovolny of Atkinson. Aug. 9—Ken
neth Hill of Ewing. Aug. 10
Rickey Rowse of Chambers. Aug.
12 Jerome Spittler of O'Neill; L.
0. Bernholtz of Page.
KRI'TZ FAMILY (.ATHER8
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd
inand Krutz and family near Orch
ard was the scene of a family
gathering Saturday honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Melvin Fallesen and
[amily of Crabtree, Ore., and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Puglia and son
af Munster, Ind. Mrs. Fallesen and
Mrs. Puglia are the former Viola
and Beulah Krutz of the Inman
Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
Holga Fallesen of Brunswick, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Fallesen and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
bur Myers and family, all of
Plainview, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Hughes and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Don Wilson and girls, Mrs. Mary
rimm, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Basel
and Arlyn and Miss Lillie Falle
sen, all of Neligh, Mr. and Mrs.
[leorge Fick and family and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Fick and family
M.Y. HOLD SWIM PARTY
Over one hundred Methodist
youth of the 0 Neill sut>-district
gathered at Ford's park for a
swimming party Tuesday evening.
\fter swimming for two hours they
loined together for devotions and
singing before lunch. The new sub
listrict sHprusur. Darrel Heiss, of
! Page, was presented to the group
and spoke briefly. Eileen Nelson,
t Mary Jo Curran, Roy Bridge and
Gary Gillespie, all of O'Neill, led
the devotions and singing.
Th Page Youth Fellowship had
the largest delegation with 28 pres
ent widi Rev. and Mrs. Cecil
* Green ac*ing as sponsors Other
adult sponsors pr sent were: Har
I vey Tompkins and Patty Sholes
from Inman; Rev. Charles Cox
from Chambers; Melvin Snyder
from Clearwater; Waldo Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hubei, and Rev.
and Mrs. Woodrow Elliot from
1 Ewing; Rev. Charles Gates from
Atkinson and Rev. and Mrs. Glenn
Kennicott of O'Neill.
Miss Sharon Crumly and Ed
Walker were united in marriage
Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Page
Methodist church. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lyndley Crumly ami the bride
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gordon Walker, all of Page.
The double ring ceremony was
performed by Rev. Green.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride chose a ballerina length
s ,vti with a full skirt encireled
in tiers of nylon net over taffeta.
Her lace bodice featured a soft
draped neckline The bride's veil
was fashioned of nylon tulle and
tdged in chantilly lace. A small
band of flowers held it in place.
Her bouquet was of white feath
ered carnations and lily of the
.ahey. Her only jewelry was a
eui.ured pearl in a silver leaf
setting, gift of the bridegroom.
All of the bridal attendants
were sisters of the bride. Lura
Anne Crumly was maid of honor
and Bonnie and Peggy Crumly
were bridesmaids. They wore
identical dresses of lavander nylon
with white flocking and white ac
cessories. Each carried a deep
red happiness rose.
Patty Jo Crumly was flower
girl, wearing a dress of embroid
ered organdy, trimmed in lavan
der and a head band of white
Attending the bridegroom was
Bob Baber, Plainview, cousin of
the groom, as best man. Grooms
men w>re Hank Alfrey, Louisville,
and Bill Urwielr, Laurel.
Ushers were Larry Heiss and
Bill Urwielr. Candlelighters were
James Crumly and Larry Walker.
Miss Kathleen Walker was in
charge of the guest book.
Miss Faye Rutherford played
the traditional wedding marches
and accompanied Marilyn Terrill
who sang, "I Love You Truly,"
"The Wedding Prayer,” and "The
Lord’s Prayer." The altar was
decorated with woven branch can
delabra and baskets of gladoli.
The mother of the bride chose
an aqua dress of nylon mesh with
white accessories. The mother of
the bridegroom wore a pink dress
with white accessories and both
wore w hite corsages.
A reception given by the bride’s
parents followed in the Fellowship
Hall of the church. The serving
table was centered by the wedding
cake, baked and cut by Mrs. Keith
Weyer, Plainview, aunt of the
bridegroom. The Misses Dixie Nis
son and Connie Riege served the
cake while Miss Janice Crumly,
Omaha, poured punch and Miss
Donna Crumly, Page, poured cof
Servers were Joyce Green,
Juanita and Vivian Ragland and
Kay Nissen. In charge of the gift
table were Mrs. Larry Heiss. Mrs.
Bob Prill and Miss Myrna Heiss.
For her going away outfit, the
bride chose a yellow cotton dress 1
with an embroidered bolero jack
et and white accessories.
The couple will be at home in
Cairo where the bridegroom will
PICTl'RE NEXT WEEK
Try the Frontier Want Ads. For
quick results phone 788
Dr. Donald E. David
Tlione 2101 Spence!
350 Cattle Today
We will have from 900 to 380 cattle at the O'Neill livestock
market today (Thursday). There will be 150 yearling cattle and
10© head of lights with a number of fat cows and slaughter cattle.
It looks like cattle are starting to move here very nicely. If you
anticipate selling within the next few days or weeks, get in
touch with us. That hog sale will begin at 13:30 p.m. today.
O'NEILL LIVESTOCK MARKET
Vern A Leigh Heynoldson
Ka'ttr Tltm Mm*
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SWANSDOWN CAKE MIXES
WHITE ANGEL FOOD
DEVIL'S FOOD STRAWBERRY
■UTTER SCOTCH LEMON CHIP
3™ 79* ™_43*
New Paek — Whole Frozen I
PEAS or CORN_5 P^§s 89c
Mix ’em or Match ’em — Somcrdalc — Frozen t
STRAWBERRIES, 25 lb tin, ea. S079
SHERBETS_1/2 gal. 7gc
$500 EXTRA BONUS
IN S&H GREEN STAMPS
PORK & BEANS
5 No. 21/2 cans S'! 00
Armours Columbia Thick Sliced
BACON_2 lb. pkg. 79c
Wimmers All Meat
WIENERS_2 lb- pkg. 89c
$500 EXTRA BONUS
IN S&ll green stamps
Armour* Star Krady To Eat
6 to 8 lb. Avk- Wt.
MINCED HAM — - Per lb. 39c
FRYING CHICKENS 2 lb. Avg. 59c
BUTTER_Lb. 65c OLEO......
O’NEILL - SPENCER -
FRESH, LEAN, MEATY
PORK ROASTS Lb. 29c
PORK STEAK Lb 39c
_3 lbs. 59c BUTTERMILK .. ... Qt. 22c
BUTTE - BONESTEEL
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