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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1959)
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^r- and Mrs. Elmer McClurj
wul Donna drove to Burwell Sun
day afternoon and visited briefly
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Clar
ence White returning Sunday eve
About 200 guests attended the
open house at the new home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kramer Sundaj
afternoon from 2 to 5 p m. Sunda>
evening Mr and Mrg. Kramer en
tertained their many friend* who
enjoyed playing cards and visiting.
Out of town guests were from
Omaha, Sioux City, Grand Island,
North Platte, Plainview, Stuart
and Bassett. Mr. and Mrs. Kra
mer's new home was built recently
in the hospital addition in west
Donald Gokie, son of Mr- and
Mrs. Connie Gokie, came Sunday
| from Omaha to visit his parents.
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Hla wife and son, Jayme, have
spent the past week in Atkinson
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Kramer and to be here for the
open house Sunday at her parent's
new home. Mr. and Mrs. Gokie and
small son will return to their home
in Omaha Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McOurg
and daughter of Lincoln spent the
weekend at the Elmer MeClurg
| home. They returned to Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs, Fred Roth were
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Henning. In the after
i noon the men went hunting.
William Wefso returned Satur
| day evening from Scottsbluff where
| he had spent the week attending
i the State Assessors Convention.
: lie returned by way of Rushville,
where he visited overnight with
his brother, Robert Wefso.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wefso
drove to Crofton Sunday where
they were dinner guests of Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Carlson. Little Scott
Carlson hail spent the past few
days in Atkinson with his grand
parents and he returned to Crof
ton Sunday with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert lxmmer
returned Sunday from a 4,000 mile
trip to California and other points
on their honeymoon. They were
married October 3. They will be
at home to their friends at the
lemmer ranch south of Atkinson.
! Mrs. Lemmer is the former
j Shirley Fox of Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson
and son, Jim. left Wednesday for
Ogallala, where they will' visit
relatives and friends. They plan
ned to return home Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Johnson own and operate
the Wheel Inn Cabin Court in At
kinson While they are gone, Mrs.
Albert Krysl will take care of the
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steinhaus
er and son. Tommy, of Stuart spent
Saturday evening in the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Johnson. They helped Jim John
son celebrate his birthday.
Mrs. Carl Schenzel of O’Neill
i spent a couple of days in the
Claude Johnson home this week
while her husband was away on
I'l'.u (jnapter uu met Monday
at the Stoak House for a one-o’
clock luncheon with Mrs. F. Bau
man and Mrs. Mae Pitcher of
Neligh as guests. After the lunch
eon the group met at the home of
Mrs. B. H. Wilson for a special
meeting. Mrs. Bauman, a delegate
to the Supreme convention held
in Milwaukee this summer gave a
report on the convention.
Miss Lois Puckett of Chadron
visited Wednesday evening with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Puckett in Atkinson enroute to
Lincoln where she will attend
teachers convention. She will re
turn to Atkinson and spend the
weekend with her parents before
returning to her work Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mitchell
were Saturday evening callers at
the William Wefso home in Atkin
B:/ Veldeen Pinkerman
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hull visited
n the Albert Carson home Tues
day evening, Oct. 20.
Miss Veldeen Pinkerman was
an overnight guest of Ruth Osborn
at the Buss Green home Thursday
Scot t Townshtp meeting was held
Friday night with Veldon Pinker
tnan, 'Ray Wilson, Howard Oberle,
and Cecil Witherwax attending.
Lynch homecoming was well
attended. The parade was in the
afternoon at 2 o’clock. Prizes were
awarded in the high school to the
Junior class in first place, Soph
amore class in second place and
senior class in third place.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hazenflug
and family spent the weekend with
Mrs. Julia Hazenflug
Kevin Wilson, small son of Mr.
add Mrs. Junior Wilson was pain-!
ully burned when he pulled some |
aot coffee over on his legs. He is j
n the Lynch hospital.
Bernhard and Madaline Peklo
are enjoying a visit with their
sister, Helen who is here this week.
Many Lynch people attended
Band day at Wayne Saturday. It
,vas the first year the Lynch band
las had uniforms and a Marching
irum major and two majorettes
vith the band.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rogers and
Mr. and Mrs. Veldon Pinkerman
,vere supper guests Monday, Oct.
Novel Pork Chop Dinner
Suggested by R. Stowell
With pork a real bargain meat
this fall, food shoppers undoubted
ly will be buying and serving lots
of it. Here’s a novel way with pork
chops you may well wish to try.
Rex Stowell, local salesman of the
Meadow Gold Dairy sent it to us.
It's a meal-in-one-dish created
by Beatrice Cooke, test kitchen
director for the company’s Chi
cago plant. Pork chops, potatoes
and tomatoes are baked together
in spicy cheese sauce.
Pork Chop Casserole
Vt cup butter
V* cup flour
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons dry mustard
2 cups milk
2 cups grated process American
Vi cup chopped green pepper
6 cups sliced potatoes, partially
6 pork chops, cut Ms inch thick
1 tablespoon butter
Salt, pepper, paprika
6 onion slices
6 tomato slices, cut Vz inch thick
2 tablespoons melted butter
V4 teaspoon oregano, salt, pepper
Melt V, cup butter in saucepan.
Stir in flour, salt and dry mustard.
Gradually add milk. Cook over low
beat, stirring constantly, until mix
ture thickens and comes to a boil, j
<\dd 1 Vi cups cheese; cook until
cheese melts. Stir in green pepper.
Spoon potatoes into a buttered IVi
by YlVz by 2 inch baking pan. Pour
cheese sauce over them. Brown
aork chops in 1 tablespoon butter.
Season with salt, pepper and pap
rika. Arrange chops on-potato mix
ture. Put an onion slice on each
chop and bake at 350 degrees for
15 minutes. Place tomato slices
an onions Brush with butter;
sprinkle with salt, pepper, oregano
and Vz cup remaining cheese.
Bake 15 minutes more or until
chops are tender.
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man home in O Neill.
Art and Joe Merrick from Deep
River, Iowa were business callers
in the Redbird and Lynch area
Monday and Tuesday. Oct 19 and
Mrs. Faye Pmkerman spent the
week in Sioux City with Mr. and
Mrs. Ted Schiessler.
Harry Carson of Lincoln was a
business caller in the area the
first part of the week-.
Mrs. Guy Hull held Patron's day
at the Scottville school on Wednes
day afternoon Mrs. Lize Cooper,
Mi's. John Babl, Mrs. Eldon Sed
ivy. Mrs. Guy Pinkerman and Mrs.
Veldon Pinkerman attended Mrs.
Hull served a lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brady, sr.
spent Wednesday at the Johnny
W. A. Rogers visited October 19
afternoon in the Fred Lindberg
Mr. and Mrs. Gay Hull and fam
ily moved into their new home on
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Karl were
here from Colorado visiting Lynch
friends this weekend.
Mrs. Veldon Pinkerman and
Veldeen spent Sunday afternoon
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spent UlC Wotivt.__ ,_
Mr. and Mi’s. Eddie Heiser anu
family spent the weekend visiting
relatives in Winside and Neligh,
Harlan Heiser did their chores
while they were gone.
Mr. and Mrs. I Kin Hynes and
Vcldon Pinkerman were dinner
guests at the George Calkins home
^ Mr. and Mrs. Brian Barnes spent
Sunday afternoon at the Lee Barn
Mr and Mrs. George Calkins
were Sunday afternoon visitors at
the Guy Pinkerman home.
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Number — 788
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Res. 8 doors west of Texaco
125 East Douglas
Phone 263 — O'Neill
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' OAtA/tK Industries, Inc.
>' Portland 22, Oteeee
(Having sold our farm we will offer for sale at public auction at our farm located
4’ 2 miles east of Spencer on Highway No. 12 ... OR ... 28 miles north of O'Neill cn 281
and V/2 miles east on No. 12
[Monday, November 2
I Begins at Noon Sharp Lunch Stand on Grounds
69^-^HEAD 6TCATTLE -69
| 33 DAIRY CATTLE I
I 1 n • 11 O 1 / . A 1 1 4 i • m m m mm n m m ^ a ■ a «
to miiK cows, in to o years old la dairy heiters mostly Holsteins a I year old Holstein heiters
12 milking, start freshening in to freshen in April, 2 years old 5 Holstein heifer calves
April, 1 to come fresh January and over
31 HEREFORD CATTLE
27 stock cows IVi to 7 years old 4 coming 2 year old heifers
I 1 registered Hereford bull, coming 2 years (Van Horn Herd Breeding) I
2 - HORSES - 2
1 Quarter horse mare 8 yr. 1 Sorrel Morgan mare, 8 yr.
Bred to permanent reg. quarter horse Rambling Sam These horses are gentle for anyone to ride
MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT
1 1945 A John Deere tractor
1 1949 B John Deere tractor
1 1946 H John Deere tractor
2-row mounted John Deere lister
1 Letz power takeoff grinder
2-row John Deere cultivator, fit A or B
2-row John Deere cultivator for H
2-row John Deere eli
7-ft. New Idea trail mower
7-ft. No. 5 John Deere mower
15-ft. Rodrick Lean disc
2-bottom 16-in. IHC plow
2-row Gl cornpicker
IHC 12-ft. hay rake
Farmhand with attachments
1 Kelly Ryan manure spreader with en
1 hay rack on rubber
1 steel wheel wagon with box
32-ft. Kelly Ryan grain elevator & motor
300-gal. fuel tank on stand
2 50-gal. barrels
4 feed bunks
Clipper fanning mill
Surge milking machine with 3 units
5 Cream cans
IHC self washing cream separator (like
Bottle gas tank heater
Cob and wood tank heater
Some woven and barb wire
Hand corn shelter
1 Tumble bug
1 Buzz saw
1 Clinton chain saw
Electric sickle grinder
Good selection of misc. shop tools
70-ft. endless belt
12 x 14 Brooder house
2 Stock saddles
Miscellaneous items too numerous to list
Motorola Console Television Set
Refrigerator, Hotpoint, 12-ft. '59 electric
7 pc. dinette set, like new
2 pc sectional davenport, like new
Cocktail table, blonde
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Comer table, blonde
A 2-shelf bookcase
Chest of drawers
4 piece Bedroom suite
• 5-piece Bedroom suite, like new
Portable electric ironer j
3 burner bottle gas hot plate
Small sink in stand
200 Leg Rock Pullets
silverware, msnes, Kernes, electric lamps, iron, tans, butter churn, toaster, radio and many other articles too numerous
Terms: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for
ROBERT & EMMA KROKAUGGER, Owners
Auctioneers: Vern Reynoldson, O'Neill and Lester Pearson, Spencer
Broker: Virgil Leurwn, O'Neill Clerk: Spencer Sta,„ Bank Speneer
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