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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1959)
Morgans Sweep Atkinson Flower Show Honors
This little girl traveled all the
way front Clifton, Illinois with
her mother to \isit her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
A. Kalliigb of Amelia. She was
too young, perhaps, to appreci
ate the flowers, but plcnt) young
enough to be appreciated.
Mrs. <1. E. Morgan of Atkinson was the grand champion ar- J
rangcment and composition a inner in the eighth annual gladiolus
show Saturday. She is shown here with her blue ribbon and her
"blue ribbon" display. See story.
Olio ill (lie most beautiful arrangements at tile eighth annual gladiolus show in Atkinson was i
displayed by Mrs. Opal Keating. She won first place honors In the dinner table competition. She
w is (Ids year's show chairman. The Frontier l’lioto and Engraving. I
Over -tOO flower lovers attended
the eighth annual gladiolus and
flower show of the Atkinson Civic
Improvement Garden club Satur
Mr. G. E. Morgan of Atkinson
won top honors at the show when
he was awarded the North Amer
ican Gladiolus Council silver med
al for having won the greatest
number of first place points in the
Mr. Morgan (Gib) received 28
firsts, 13 seconds, and 1 third. Gib
also received the North American
Gladiolus Council rosette for the
grand champion spike. Gib's spike
was called "Sugar EU" and is
a new variety just introduced this
Mrs. Morgan added to family
honors with her arrangement caU
ed "Bon Voyage". For this ar
rangement, Mrs. Morgan won the
rosette presented by the Nebraska
Gladiolus Society and a blue rib
bon for the same arrangement.
Travelers from as far away as
Illinois attended the flower show
sponsored by the club in cooper
ation w'ith the Nebraska Gladiolus
Society and the North American
Mrs. Opal Keating was the show
chairman and Mrs. Olive Skrdla
is the president of the Atkinson
Other winners of first places at
he show: Arrangements. Mrs. G.
E. Morgan, gladiolus with foliage
only; Mrs. Fred Mack, a modern
arrangement; Opal Keating, pink
iadiolus predominating; Mrs. N.
P. McKee, an all green arrange
ment; Mrs. N. P. McKee, blue
>nes predominating; Mrs. R. F.
Griffin, a triangular arrangement;
Mrs. Alfred Martens, a vertical
arrangement and Mrs. R. F. Grif
fin, a crescent arrangement.
Compositions Used with Access
ories winners were: Patricia Sch
aeider, composition using drift
wood and composition using shells
and other accessories; Opal Keat
ing, using fruits and vegetables
und accessories; Mrs. G. E. Mor
gan, composition in a reverential
manner, Mrs. Fred Mack, white
gladiolus with evergreen and a
c >mposition using yellow glad
iolus only; Mrs. G. E. Morgan,
composition with red gladiolus
only; Jessie Steinkamp, personal
arrangement titled "Resume
Speed", and Mrs. Fred Mack, an
arrangement for niches.
Informal dinner table arrange
ment and buffet table arrange
ment first prize winner was Opal
Entertains At Dinner
Ity Mrs. Harold Harris
Mrs. Lorraine Wright entertain
ed at a 1 o’clock dinner in honor
of her daughter and son-in-law,
Pfc. and Mrs. Delbert Carl jr.
from Kentucky. Other guests were
Stinker Day Bargains
Hampden Card Tables O 88
Shopworn, Ko^nlur $5.9X OHM
Washable Loop Twist Rugs
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24 x 45, Regular $3.39.$1.88
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Juvenile Lamps 1 88
Regular Trice $2.59 g£g
Hollywood Headboards 7°°
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Table and 4 chairs in chrome, Reg. $09.95
54-in. Box Spring & q q
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Foam Cushions, Regular $119.95
Burlounges $ I
MAKE SINGLE BEDS 1
Red or Green. Regular $<>9.95 g
White Enamel with Formica Tops
15 inch, Regular $29.95 .$23.88
18 inch, Regular $32.95 .$25.88
15 inch, Regular $14.95 .$11.88
18 inch, Regular $16.95.$13.00
! Used Radio .$10.95
Chain Saw, David Bradley .$75.00
19-inch Lawn Mower .$22.00
12-gauge Shot Gun .$25.00
Walnut Dresser .$15.00
54-inch Steel Bed .$9.00 j
5-pc. Dinette Set.$14.00
2-pc. Living Room Suite .$39.00
Mr. and Mrs. George Jetferies.
Mrs. Wilma Daniels and family,
all of Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Drey and daughter of Omaha, Mr.
and Mi's. Mark Muff of Spencer
and Mick Rutledge of Clearwater.
Guests Monday at the George
Jefferies home were Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph \\uli ot Big Rapids. Mich.
Mr and Mi's. Donald Drey anti
daughter, Kristi of Omaha, came
Friday to spend the weekend at
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Jefferies, and other rela
Eddie Muff of the Deloit com
munity is spending the week at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mrs. George Jefferies, Mrs. Wil
ma Daniels, VeraDel and Sherr>
were callers at the Mark Maben
home Wednesday visiting also
with Mrs. Emma Wulf, who makes
her home here. They also called at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Maben the same day.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunaway
;md family who have been vaca
tioning at the homes of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Billings,
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunaway
and other relatives left Tuesday
for their home in Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Tuttle and
Sherry and Mr. and Mrs. Roland
Tuttle and daughter returned home
Sunday from a vacation trip to
Friday Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Schroeder accompanied by bis
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Schroeder and Gloria went to
Foster where they attended the
funeral of Chris Kreuger at the
Lutheran church. He was a bro
ther of Mrs. Herman Schroeder.
Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Wright and
aievie ana .vir. ana .vns. nanmi
Parks wore dinner and evening
guests Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Angus at Neligh.
lvfr. and Mrs. Elmer Butterfield
of Orchard spent Saturday visit
ing at the home of their daughter
and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Wright and family.
Ed Pruden of Phillipburg, Mo.,
arrived Sunday to visit at the
home of his son and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Pruden and family
and other relatives in Ewing.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Urban, Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Bollwitt of Ew
ing and Mrs. John Honeywell of
ChamlH'rs went to Crete Sunday
where they attended a family re
union of the Urbans, held at the
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zimmerman
returned home Tuesday from a
combined business and pleasure
trip. Leaving Ewing Friday, they
made business calls in several
Minnesota cities. The weekend
was spent touring the section of
Canada in the Winnepeg vicinity.
Guests at the No Thank You
Tops club Friday morning were
Mrs. Mary Anderson daughter of
Mrs Victor Cram, a member and
Mrs. Wright, both from O’Neill.
Jane Zimmerman, who spent a
few days at the home of her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zim
merman, returned Friday to her
home in Battle Creek.
Mrs. Rhoda Conner is back
home in Ewing after spending a
few weeks with her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schumacher and family at 1 loly
oke, Colo. Her son, Sam Conner
of Dakota City went after her and
remained at her home overnight
Saturday and Sunday.
Other Sunday guests at Ihe Con
ner home were Mr. and Mrs.
James Mechaley and children of
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Angus had
as their guests Friday her niece
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Carlson and son, Danny of
Fresno, Calif., who were accom
panied by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Samuelson of New
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Regan ac
companied by Mrs. John Archer
spent a few days at Denver, Colo.,
visiting at the home of Mrs. Arch
er's daughter and husband, Mr.
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ami Mrs. Charles Smith and fam
ily. They also visited other points
of interest in the state.
6:70x15 avion tire, lifetime guar
ante*-, only si(>!*:> exchange. —
Soovte’s Western Auto, O'Neill.
Dick and Donald Wright left
Saturday for two weeks training
in the National Guards at Camp
Ripley, Minn. They are the sons
of Mrs. Mildred Wright.
Ronald Wright and Royce
Wright, who have completed then
first six weeks of training in the
US. Army at Fort Riley, Kan
are expected home mi leave Sat
urday. On expiriation of their
leave, Ronald will go to Fort
Leonard Wood, Mo,, and Royce
goes to Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. 1 lob Coover and
Todd and Mr. and Mrs. l>ean Me
Clutehy and Beverly, all from
Meadow Grove. wen- recent
guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dwight Schroeder and fam
Robert H. Young
Dies in Washington
Robert Harrison Young, 65, of
Brewster, Wash., a carpenter and
former mill worker, died July 31
in a Spokane hospital following a
long illness. Funeral services and
burial were in Washington.
Mr. Young was born Juno 17.
1892 near O'Neill, lie married !
Ethel M. Gifford in 1942. That !
year they moved to Ardenvoir, |
Wash. Seven years ago he moved i
He was a member of the Pente- ,
costal Church of God.
Survivors include: Widow; nine
stepchildren; brothers — Orton,
Ralph and Walter, all of O'Neill,
and Paul of Doniphan.
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