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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1959)
By Rosemary Johnson
Ray Headley and Mrs. Barney
Rohde returned to their home
Friday morning. Ray to Wahoo
and Mrs. Rohde to Cedar Bluffs.
Mr; and Mrs Paul Landholm
of Wausa spent August 4 at the
Dave Landholm home. They were
all coffee guests at Herman Land
holm’s in the afternoon They also
called at the Carl Anderson home.
Mrs. Veldon I^ee took the Den
1 Cub Scouts to the bee factory
last Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Joe Loock and Mrs. Babe
Hume were Thursday evening
visitors and luncheon guests at
the Melvin Johnson home.
Visitors this past week of Mrs.
Leanard Anderson were: Katy
Soulek. Mrs Elmer Bostrom, Mr
Martha Pahl, Mrs. LawTence
Remter, Mrs. E. A. Chore, Mrs.
Earnest Hagberg, Mrs Claire Van
Hove, Mr. and Mrs Howard An
derson, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Johnson and Rosemary, Mrs. Ev
elyn Boettcher, Mrs. Olga John
son, Mrs. Joe Loock, Mrs. Babe
Hume, Mrs. Edith Hewitt, Flor
ence Layland, Mrs. Duane Ruda,
Mario Johnson and Donna Hiatt.
Mr. and Mrs. LI nor Nelson of
Omaha were exacted to arrive
at the Dave Landholm home
Carol Prokop spent the weekend
A family gathering was held at
the Gottfried Danielson home
Tuesday evening in honor of Mar
vin Peterson's birthday. Those
present were: Mr and Mrs. Pete
Ruda and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Danielson and Roger, Mr
and Mrs Marvin Peterson and
Saturday, August 15
Ash Grove Hall
and AROIIE .1 TRACER
Janice, and Mrs Emily Peterson.
Kim Binkerd returned home
: after spending a few days at the
Melvin Johnson home.
Mrs Vemie Bayne and Mrs
Barney Rohde called on Mrs. Roy
Shattuck Tuesday morning
Mrs. Bamie Rohde and Mrs.
Vemie Bayne were dinner guests j
of Mrs, McQuistan last Tuesday. !
Mr. and Mrs Bill Stauffer call-1
ed at the Veldon Lee home Sat-1
Mr and Mrs. Gottfried Daniel
son and Mrs. Marvin Peterson 1
were guests of Mrs. J. T Olson I
and Florence Lay land Thursday.
Mrs. Barney Rohde, Ray
Headley, Mrs. McQulstan and
Mrs. Vemie Bayne were dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Veldon Le»* called on Mrs. j
Gladys Spencer Saturday.
Tuesday evening August 4 din-!
ner guests of Mrs Emily Peter
son were: Mr. and Mrs Gottfried
Danielson, Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Chore, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Peterson and Janice
Mrs. V’ernie Bayne, Mrs. Barney
Rohde, Charley Headley and Ray
Headley spent Thursday evening
at the Ted Lauts home.
Mi and Mrs. Bill Kraft and
Lois spent the weekend at the
Fred Kraft home.
Mr nml Mrg f Tlaninl..
son were Sunday dinner guests a
week ago at the Marvin Peter
Mr and Mrs Fred Kraft and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kraft and Lois
were dinner guests at the Bob
Carr home Sunday celebrating Bob
and Susie Carr’s birthdays
August 3 evening dinner
guests at the E. A. Chore home
were Mr. and Mrs. John IJght
foot and Mrs. Emily Peterson.
Mr and Mrs. Beryle Bessert
and Debbie spent Monday eve
ning at the Willie Hansen home.
The Trinity Lutheran Church
held their annual outdoor service
at the Bristow park on Sunday,
August 9. The Sunday school pic
nic followed the service.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Haselhorst
were visitors at the Melvin Hasel
horst home near O'Neill Saturday
evening honoring Melvin on his
Mr. and Mrs. Con Thorell and
Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Loukota and girls spent the week-1
end in Omaha where they visited
at the Dick Canning and A1 Lou
Callers on Mrs. J. T. Olson this
i past week were: Mrs. Claire Van
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Pastor Nelson, Mr and Mrs.
Emfry Olson and boys, Mrs. Emily
Peterson and Mrs. Dorothy John
son and Lavonne
Sunday evening callers at the
Beryle Bessert home were: Mr.
and Mrs. Olive Nelson and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Fredrick
son and Roger
Karen Bowers left for Omaha
Sunday where she will spend a
Mrs. Cecil Edwards. Mrs. Joe
Pfeifer, Mrs. Jake Classen and
Mrs. Marvin Peterson called at
the E. L. Hagberg home Friday,
Sunday visitors at the home of
Mrs. J T. Olson were Alvin Eric
son of Herrick. S. D. and Mr. and
Mrs. Vincent Olson of Atkinson
Mr and Mrs. Edgar Danielson
and Roger and Mrs. Eddie Dan
ielson went to Niobrara Sunday
where they met Mr. and Mrs.
Roy McCracken of Newcastle and
picnicked at the park there.
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Beckner
spent Sunday afternoon at the Ed
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rossmeier
and family left for their home in
Sidney after visiting with relatives
Mrs. Beryle Bessert and Debbie
spent Saturday night at the Art
Saturday evening dinner guests
at the E. A. Chore home were:
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Berg, Mrs.
tlalre Van Hove and Dolores,
and Mrs. Goldie Berg.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hiatt went
to Merriman Sunday and w'ere
accompanied home by their son,
By Mrs. Ralph Brookhouaer
Mrs. Otto Matschullat entertain
ed the Help U club at her home
on Wednesday Aug. 5. Eight mem
bers were present. The hostess
served dinner at noon.
After the business session cards
furnished the entertainment. Mrs.
William Buxton received the door
Next meeting will lx? with Mrs.
Bryan Finch for an afternoon
Monday, Aug. 3 evening visitors
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Uhlir were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Brookhouser, Mrs. Marlin Tusha
and children and William and Ot
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Caskey and
sons spent the evening of August
4 at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Porter. Other
guests there were Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Porter and family of Arkans
as, who arrived Monday evening.
Dale Hamilton is working in the
hay fields at the DeGroof ranch
Wendell Strope was shelling
corn at the Bryan Finch and Sid
ney Faulhaber farms Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moser went
to Creighton to attend funeral
services for Bert Clough, 73, Mon
day, August 3.
Mrs. Richard McDonald, Den
nie and Susie of Oakdale visited
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Irvin Held, August 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Finch and
Mrs. Joseph Asher and family of
Portland, Ore., drove to Cedar
Falls, la., August 6, where they
visited at the Melvin Hall home
and attended the wedding of their
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granddaughter Helen Hall, Friday.
Mr. atid Mrs. George Jeffrey
were Creighton visitors Wednes
day, Aug. 5.
Mr and Mrs. Harry Caskey
were Friday supper guests at the
home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Jacot sr., of Verdigre.
Mr. and Mrs. LaVem Caskey
and son of O'Neill were Sunday
dinner guests at the Harry Cas
Franklin and Annett Uhlir are
attending the Farmers l nioin
camp at the Niobrara park this
Mrs. Cecil Moser held a get-to
gether party at her home Friday.
Twentv-three ladies attended.
The following were awarded
special prizes. Mrs. Arthur Von
Seggren, Mrs. Kenneth Caskey.
Mrs. Gerald Ickler and Mrs. Wen
dell Strope. Mrs. Moser served a
Mrs. Alta Finch, who lives at
Page, underwent surgery at a
Omaha hospital recently. She is
reported to be getting along well
and is now' at the home of her
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
ny Tyler of Fremont. Mrs. Finch
was the Middle Branch postmis
tress for many years.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Caskey
iiiul Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Ca.s
key, Swellyn and Joan, were
Saturday evening dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Caskey
Mr. and Mrs G. Wood and Kar
en Held of Lincoln spent the week
end of July 19 at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Held. The Helds
observed their silver wedding an
niversary Sunday when they were
hosts to a dinner held at their
Mrs. Clarence Finch returned to
her home Saturday. Aug. 1 from
Big Springs where sbo visited w t
her mother, Mrs. Clara Geheke.
She returned with Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Sufficool and Craig of Win
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Caskey and
Frank Cronk are the new owners
of the farm sold Friday, Aug. 7 at
a public sale by Mr. and Mrs. Ed
By Mrs. E. R. Carpenter
Ervin Peltzer of West Point and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Osbon and
sons of Wayne came Tuesday,
August 4 for a visit in the Reuben
Peltzer and A. A. Walter homes
The Osbon's left on Thursday for
Boulder, Colo., to visit his par
ents. Mr. Peltzer remained for a
longer visit with his brother,
Reuben and wife and sister and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter.
Mr. Oslxm is a nephew.
Miss Ethel Oeltjen of Palmer
was a guest several days last
week in the Floyd Whitaker and
Vernon Whitaker homes. She had
spent a couple weeks with the
Everet Miner's at O’Neill before
coming to Chambers.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Neilson
drove to Belden Sunday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Don Arbuser and
family, also Mrs. Arbuser’s sis
ter from Denver. All are friends
of the Neil sons. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Carpenter
called In the Harry Snyder home
at Inman Saturday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller and
Glen, Mrs. William Turner, Mrs.
Willard Thomson and Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Carpenter attended the
funeral services for Mrs. Ralph
Larson at Page Saturday.
Mrs. Paul Roth and Mrs. El
wyn Robertson and children drove
to Columbus Saturday to attend
the wedding of the former's neph
ew and also to take Mrs. Roth's
granddaughter, Jacque Lee Bier
iele back to her home in Columbus
after a couple weeks visit here.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Saylor
and children of Fremont were
Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Neilson. The two families
and Mrs. Don Gartner and boys
and Mrs. Earl David enjoyed a
picnic dinner in the Perkins Mem
orial park. Mrs. Saylor, Mrs.
Gartner and Mrs. David were
Steve Conley of Montrose, Colo,
came recently to visit his grand
mother, Mrs James Grimes
Mrs Edwin Wink and children
of Middletown, Calif,, who have
been visiting her parents and
other relatives at Neligh came to
Chambers Tuesday for a few days
visit with friends. They are house
guests in the William Ritterbush
Mr and Mrs E. R. Carpenter
were Sunday guests of their son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Dean Stevens and family at At
Mrs. John Honeywell, accompa
nied the Ed Urban and Victor
Boilwitt families of Ewing to
Crete Sunday to attend a family
Mrs Clm rlotte Honeywell and
Mrs Fred Tucker left Friday for
the weekend The latter to attend
a family reunion on Sunday at
Pender and the former to visit
a friend at Norfolk. They return
About 45 friends and relatives
gathered tor a picnic supper at
the IjiYern Hoerle home August
2 in honor of ills birthday an
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lambert,
Mrs. Carl Lambert and Mr and
Mrs Tom Lambert and boys drove
to Page Sunday for a picnic re
union with college friends
Janet Hubei, small daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hubei was taken
to St Joseph's hospital in Sioux
City, la., where she underwent
surgery Thursday on her knee.
Mr. and Mrs R E. Richards
of Chadron came Saturday eve
ning and visited until Tuesday
with their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr and Mrs. Duane K. Miller
Elmer Rogers of Granite Falls.
Wash was calling on friends at
Chaml>ers Monday morning. Mr
Rogers was formerly a resident
of this community. He has been
a teacher in the Granite Falls
school for 17 years.
Mr and Mrs W. R. Witte and
family of Albion and Mr and Mrs.
Clarence Fry were Sunday dinner
guests in the Ed Coday home.
The occasion was in honor of the
birthday anniversary of Miss Jeri
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Everette Standage and family of
Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Coday and family of Chambers
were guests of Mr and Mrs. Clar
ence Fry in honor of Miss Jeri
Coday on her birthday.
Mrs. Maude McVay of Buck
ley, Wash, and Mr. and Mrs.
George Moore of Bartlett were
Sunday visitors in the Glen Burge
home The former is an aunt and
the latter cousins of Mrs Burge
List Wednesday guests in the
Andrew Gilbert home were Mr.
and Mrs. Earl Sharp, Mrs.
Inez Ryan, and Mrs. Sadie Wise
Mr. and Mrs C. D. Jones of
Lincoln came Thursday and visit
ed until Monday with their son
in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs Glen Burge and family. They
were accompanied here by their
daughter, Miss Velma Jones of
Glendale, Ariz. a Missionary
among the Indians, who also visit
ed the Burges.
Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Wintermote
and girls were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mervm
Hertig and son at Creighton.
Mr .and Mrs. Charles Fauquier
left last Thursday for Rochester,
Minn., where he went for a med
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gilbert
spent Thursday and Friday morn
ing at the home of their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Gilbert and family.
Mr and Mrs. Wyvern Kiegler
and family of Bartlett and Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Adams of Atkinson
were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. R- C. Nolte and
Mrs. Ina Turner of Oshkosh spent
Thursday night, August 6 with the
William Turners. That evening they
all drove to Page to visit Ralph
Larson and family and Mrs. Icie
Many, Many Stinker Day
Bargains on our Street Table
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Snyder. The Noltes and Mrs. lna
Turner left Friday morning for
Tekamah to attend the wedding
of the Nolte s grandson.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Knight,
Paul and Karen of Clifton, 111.
were supper guests in the Kenneth
Weller home Friday evening.
Mrs Francis Knight and chil
dren and the Kenneth Weller fam
ily. Gordon Baliagh and family,
Mr. and Mrs R. A. Baliagh and
Mr and Mrs. Vernon Wood enjoy
ed a family gathering Sunday at
the Glen Baliagh home.
Reverend Cox and granddaugh
ter, Sheryl Ann. were visiting at
Vernon Whitaker’s Tuesday morn
Rev. and Mrs. Cox and Cheryl
Ann were transacting busine s
with Elmer Green in Bartlett on
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Mc
Carthy, daughters Kathryn, Lynn
and son, James, went to Omaha
Wednesday to attend the gradua
tion exercises of their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Bernard Pruss
from Saint Catherine’s Hospital
School of Nursing. The ceremony
was held in the Auditorium at
Boys Town starting at 8 p.m.
Thursday. A Mass was offered for
the graduates at Saint Philomenas
church at 10 a.m. followed by a
brunch in the staff dining room.
A reception was held for the par
ents relatives and friends of the
graduates from 2 until 1 p.m. in
the recreation room They pre
sented corsages to the mothers and
lx)Utonnieres to the fathers in the
M r a nH Mrs MfS
Carthy, Kathryn and James re
turned homo Friday night. Lynn
remained in Omaha until Monday.
Edward McCarthy of Columbus,
brother of Mrs. Pruss also attend
ed the graduation exercises Thurs
day evening Mrs. Pruss will re
main on the hospital staff at Saint
The Ray Sullivan family of Nor
folk and ' the Bill Jensen family
spent Sunday with Mrs. Pat Sul
Mr. and Mrs Earl Bauld sr.,
Mrs. Robert McNichols and chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ott
and family were guests at a Sat
urday evening picnic at the Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Muff were
guests Sunday evening at the Cle
tus Muff home in Clearwater.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riege and
Bonnie visited friends in Bursvell
Mr. and Mrs. Reg Plnkerman
were guests Thursday evening at
the Lloyd Hilligas home.
Arriving Saturday at the George
Robertson home for several days
visit was their daughter and fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. R. P- Orr and
children of Oklahoma City, Okla.
The Robertson's son and his fam
ily, Mr. and Mrs. George T. Rob
ertson, were here for the weekend
from Benkelman. Their daughters,
Barbara and Joan, stayed for a
longer visit with their grandpar
Suzanne Stewart and Judy Sul
livan left Sunday for a week at
Christ Child's camp at Blair.
Mr anti Mrs. Roy Worth and
family of Omaha Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Lindberg and Mr. anti Mrs.
Bob Worth were dinner quests Fri
day at the Fred Wells home.
Mr. and Mr*. I outs Kelmer
sr., returned Snutav from an 8
day trip thrixigh the north cen
George Tomlinson anti Joan
Chriswisser of Lincoln were week
end guests at the Dick Tomlinson
Mr anti Mrs. Dean Reed were
in Harvard Wednesday anti Thurs
day with her parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. Ray Phillips.
Guests at a family picnic at the
Dale Fetruw home were the Frank
Crunk and Warren Crunk families
and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heiss of
Page, the Melvin Loren/, family of
Inman and the Ed Wortmans of
Neligh. After the picnic, they went
to Fort Randall.
Art Spittler of Ewtig was here
Sunday at the Jerry Spittler
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bauld sr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNichols
were dinner guests Sunday at the
Alvin Ott home.
Mrs. Del Olson was a guest at
the Bud Tibbets home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Enard Leach of
Bremerton Wash., and Mrs. Ed
Leach of Tulsa, Okla., were guests
Saturday evening at the C. H.
Carl Miller, son-in-law of the
George Van Everys, is in lzJther
an liospital at Norfolk after under
| going surgery Friday.
Mrs. A. C. Watson, Joyce and
Sharon of Amelia, were dinner
guests Wednesday at the Bud Tib
Mr. and Mrs. John Cuddy of
SiiNif Falls are here for a week
at the A. F. Stanton home.
Mrs. Dale Perry and daughters
spent Sunday at the Guy Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broderson,
Anoka, Minn., were weekend
guests at the Veldon Pinkerman
Here for a two week visit at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. lion V.
Olmstead is her mother, Mrs Ger
trude Lxjwc, of Robinson, Kans.
Attending a family reunion Sun
day at the laiwrenee Rothchild
home in Atkinson were the Roy
Seery family of Gering, the Dwr
old Cbuch ami Norman Gutzmer
families of Woonsocket, S.D., the
Garold Rothchild family and Hutch
Dvoraks of Atkinson, the Kenneth
Collins of llartlett, the I juvrence
Dexter family of Burwell, Mrs.
lots Collins and family, Roger
Troiaiio and Carl Chllins of Hunt*
ingtun, N Y., Pfc. Lyndle Collins,
Camp LeJeune, N.C., arvi Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Tomlinson, Casey and
Jerry Dexter. Guests in the after
noon were Mr. and Mrs. Laurener
Westover ami son of Burwell
Mr. ami Mrs. Kmi Wells were
in Sioux Kails Sunday for a Green
Acre camp meeting.
Mr. mul Mrs. II. M. Hixson nl
CrooksUui were overnight guest*
Sunday at the C. II. Switrer
Mr. and Mrs, Vigo Christensen
and Kay of Monowi and Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Pinkertnan ami hoys id
Uedbird were dinner guests Sun
day at the Keg Pinkerman home.
Colleen Parker of llutte spent
the weekend with her grandpa*
ents the Roy Parkers.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Paulson and
family of Omaha were guests Sun
day at the Leo Schneider home.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Muff were
Sunday dinner guests nt the hi am
of Mrs. Ray Wright in Ewing
Mr. awl Mrs. Helmut A maid
were in the Black Hills at Lpr**
lake for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bates ;ind
Wayne Bates and his children
Karen and Graydon were in "Nor
folk Sunday for a Schaefer faintly
reunion. Mrs. Raymond Condon
I of Fairmont, Mrs. Bates' niece, re
turned with them for u visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson
! of Vinton, la., were here for tht
weekend with their son and hat
family, the Dale Wilsons.
Mm. Mmrvti Van Every d
Norfolk viNltcd Saturday at
George Van Every home.
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