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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1963)
CIIAMIMONHIIII* II.Kilir WINNER — Ken
French receive* his trophy from Country Club
president Duke Kcrwnbrwk. Itill Fox, right, took
honors as runnerup in tin* same flight.
STERLING BOWERS won second place in the Brahma bull
riding with this ride on bull number 54, Propeller, at the O’Neill
All ministers are invited to send their church notes to
the Frontier. For guaranteed publication, we ask that the notes
are in our office by Saturday, one week prior to the service.
St Patrick's Catholic Church
Msgr. T. O’Sullivan, pastor
Rev. Anthony Milone. assistant
Rev. Terrence Finney, assistant
Sunday — Masses, 6:30, 8:00,
9:30 and 10:30.
Saturday — Confessions from
4 until 5:30 p.m. and from 7:30
p.m. until 9 pm.
Masses in the church every
day at 7:45 a.m.
Bethany Presbyterian Church
Sunday: Worship, 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday school, 10:30 a.m.
Bethany Women Association,
April 4, 2:30.
Center Colon Church
Wednesday — Bible Study, 7
Sunday: Morning worship, 10
a.m.; Sunday school, 11 a.m.,
and Christian Endeavor, 7:30
Wednesday: Cottage prayer ser
vice, 8 pun.
St. Joseph's Church
tFather Robert A. Schmitz)
Masses at 10:00 a.m. the first
third and fifth Sundays of each
month; 8.00 a.m. on the second
and fourth Sundays during the
summer; 10:30 and 8:30 during
Wesleyan Methodist Church
(The Rev. Mina Smith 1
Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a.m.;
worship. 11 a.m.; WY service, 7
p.m.; evening service, 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday: Choir, 7 p.m.;
prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m.
F.mmet Methodist Church
(Rev. Melvin Cammack)
Sunday — Sunday School. 9
a.m.; morning worship 9:45 a.m.
United Presbyterian Church
204 E. Everett Street
Sunday — No church service or
Sunday school in O'Neill church.
Worship services, Cleveland Bi
ble camp, Stuart, 11 am.
Sundav, June 30 — Rev. Rich
ard Skelly will be in the pulpit.
First Christian Church
505 East Williams
Thursday — Women’s Society.
Sunday — Bible School, 10 a.m.;
communion & preaching, 11 a.m.;
evening services, youth feollow
ship, 7 p.m.; preaching, 8 p.m.
Wednesday — Midweek servi
ces. youth bible hour, 7 to 9 p.m.,
adult bible hour, 8 to 9 p.m.
The Rev. Earl Hess
Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a.m.;
worship. 11 a.m.
First Metho«dst Church
(Rev. Melvin Cammaek)
Sunday — Sunday school, 9:45
a.m.: morning worship, 11 a.m.;
Inman Methodist Church
(The Rev. Robert Linder)
Sunday — Worship service, 9:30
a.m.; church school, 10:30 a.m.
Assembly of God Church
(The Rev. Ivan Christoffersen)
Sunday — Sunday School, 10
a.m.; Morning Worship and Jun
ior church, 11 a.m.; C. A. Youth
Service. 7 p.m.: Evangelistic Ser
-- w r—**’
Monday — Daily Vacation
school. Monday through Friday.
9 a.m. to 4 p.m
Wednesday — Prayer and
Praise Service. 8 p.m.
Church of Epiphany
(Father Robert A. Schmitz)
Masses at 8:00 a.m. the first
third and fifth Sunday of each
month; at 10:00 on the second
and fourth Sundays during the
summer months; S:30 and 10:30
during winter months.
Page Methodist Church
(The Rev. Robert Linder)
Sunday — Church school 10
a.m.; worship service. 8:30 and
11 a.m.; junior high member
ship. 7:30; Senior high MYF,
lly Mn*. Harold Harry*
The American Legion and Aux
iliary of Sand<*rs Post No. 214
met Thursday evening for the
regular session of the month at
the Legion club.
Jerry Rotherham, commander,
conducted the business meeting
for the legion. Thirteen mem
bers answered to roll call.
Three members were honored
witli 25 year awards for twenty
five years of consecutive mem
bership. They were Ray Butler.
Everett Ruby and Lyle Dierks.
Several others received awards
for five years or more for con
tinuous years of membership.
Those not present will receive
their cards with the July issue
of the Post paper.
The Auxiliary had an election
of officers, the result as follows:
Mrs. Earl Van Ostrand, presi
dent; Mrs. Robert Kreitziger,
vice president; Mrs. Frank Bel
mer, secretary; Mrs. Frank
Hawk, treasurer. Mrs. Kreitziger
and Mrs. Hawk were re-elected
for another term. Other officials
win in appoinieu at me juiy
meeting when the new officers
begin their term.
Mrs. R. H. Shain, president,
and Mrs. Jerry Rotherham, sec
retary, are the retiring officials.
Mrs. Belmer who took clothing
to Calico Hall at White Clay in
the western part of the state told
of the work being done there in
regard to the care of orphan chil
dren or those from broken homes.
The clothing sent by the Auxil
iary was much needed and ap
A card was received from the
Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Home stat
ing the carpet rags sent by the
Auxiliary had been received.
Refreshment hostesses were
Mrs. Jerry Rotherham and Mrs.
C. C. Hahlbeck who substituted
for Mrs. Clifford Hahlbeck.
The birthday song was sung for
Mrs. Shain, Mrs. Floyd Lee and
Mrs. Frank Walter who had an
niversaries in June. Mrs. H. R.
Harris made the anniversary
cake which was candle lighted.
Mrs. Amy Jacobsen was host
ess for a family dinner party
Sunday at her home in honor of
Father’s day and to celebrate
the birthday of her son, Thomas
Jacobsen, Intercession City, Fla.,
a guest at her home, also for his
wedding anniversary. Mrs. Jacob
sen. in Florida, called the family
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norwood
were also guests for the day at
the Jacobsen home.
Twenty-three members attend
ed the meeting of the Christian
Mothers of St. Peters church
Tuesday evening at St. Dominies
Mrs. John Miller, president,
presented a temporary constitu
tion for the group, at the busi
There was a general discussion
on the spring deanery meeting
June 13 at O’Neill.
A large collection of clothing
was gathered for the Winnebago
Mission. There were also articles
donated for household use. All
these articles are expected to be
picked up by a truck to be de
livered to the Mission.
Card games were played for
recreation. Prize winners were
Mrs. Jerome Ruther and Mrs.
Mrs. Gail Boies and Mrs. Frank
Hawk were prize winners in thp
Refreshment hostesses were
Mmes. Leonard Hawk. Richard
Kallhoff. Marcella Bollwitt and
Mrs. Katie Uzendoski. Fuller
ton. spent the weekend with her
sisters. Mrs. Frances Tomjack
and Mrs. Floyd Lee. Sunday she
attended a family gathering at
the home of Mrs. Tomjack. Other
guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Lee, Ewing, and Mr. and
Mrs. Connie Murphy and familv,
Stuart and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woeppel
and family, Wayne, spent Sunday
at the home of his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Woeppel and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Walter had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Walter and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hemmer
and family all of Clearwater.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walter.
Chambers, and their daughter
and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs
Homer Roe of Dana Point. Calif,
visited at the Will Walter home
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walter.
Atkinson, were callers at the Will
Walter home Friday. They also
attended the American Legion
and Auxiliary' meeting of the San
ders Post No. 214 Thursday eve
ning in Ewing.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Anson and
son recently spent the weekend
in Lincoln guests at the home of
Mr. .and Mrs. Coe Butler and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith and
Mr*. Mildred Bergstrom and
family took their guest. Sue San
ders, as far a* Plainview where
they were met by her mother,
Mrs. A. J. Sanders and family of
Laurel for a picnic dinner in the
park. Sue accompanied her mo
ther home while Janice and Tom
Sanders came home with Mrs.
Bergstrom for the week.
Mmes Ralph Eacker, Bertha
Urban. L. A. Hobbs. Jessie An
gus. Raymond Mullens, Anna
Pollock, Sis Ebbengaard. J. L.
Pruden, Althea Peterson, Harry
Van Horn and Misses Hazel
Ruby, Elsie Chase and Vaulda
VVelke attended the narration on
the Holy I-and with slides by Mrs.
Cora CannenlHirg, Wednesday af
ternoon at the E.U.B. church in
Mr and Mrs. Jerry Tomjack
and children accompanied by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett
J'ayipr. Oakdal<\ picnicked Sun
day at Swan Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis
anti family drove to Winnetoon.
Sunday to call at the homes of
Sunday evening guests at the
Grover Shaw home were Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Tomjack.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Shaw and
family went to O'Neill Monday
evening to attend a birthday par
ty honoring his grandmother,
Mrs. Grover Shaw sr. at her
Mr and Mrs. Stanley Bartos
and daughter were Father’s Day
guests at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wright.
Rev. and Mrs. Lester Spragg
and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Roberts
and family were afternoon and
luncheon guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wood Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dierks left
Tuesday for Indianapolis, Ind.
where they will visit their daugh
ters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Sprout and Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Waters and families.
By Mm. James McMahan
The Inman Cub Scout Dens 1
and 2 met at the schoolhouse
Monday afternoon to prepare for
pack meeting and the Cub Scout
Circus. Billy Jackson served
treats. Den Mothers Lois Tomp
kins, Alta Widtfeldt, Faith Keil
and Doris Fick were in charge.
The last pack meeting of the
season of the Inman Cub Scouts
was held at the schoolhouse Mon
day evening. The program open
ed with the flag salute and a
song, “This Little Cubbing Light
of Mine’’. Cubs Eddie Fick and
Maurice Widtfeldt and Neil
Tompkins read a tribute to fath
ers entitled “A Little Speech
About Fathers’’, and then all the
Cubs read a poem “There are
Dads” with the dads responding
with “There aVe Boys”. Then the
Cubs introduced their fathers and
other members of the families
with special notice given to Ho
ward Clark who has just return
ed from a year’s active duty in
Harvey A. Tompkins, Cubmas
ter, presented the following
awards; Eugene Clark, silver ar
row point under Lion Badge;
Timmy Gallagher, Bear badge,
a gold and 2 silver arrow points;
Billy Jackson, Bear badge and
a gold arrow point; Eddie Fick,
Wolf badge, a gold and 2 silver
arrow points, and also his Bear
badge; Maurice Widtfeldt. 2 sil
ver arrow points under Wolf, and
his Bear badge and a gold arrow
point; Niki Keil, 2 silver arrow
points under Wolf; Neil Tomp
kins, 1 silver arrow point under
Announcements concerning the
summer outing w’ere made with
the first picnic to be Sunday af
ternoon. June 30. with the Rer
nard Keils and Howard Jacksons
as sponsoring parents.
The meeting closed with the
Cub Scout promise and Law of
the Pack, and the rest of the
evening was devoted to the Cir
Barker Maurice Widtfeldt in
vited the guests to buy tickets
for the side show with Clowns
Eugene Clark and Billy Jackson,
Strong Man “Hamelo” Neil
Tompkins, and “Greaso” the Fat
Lady, Timmy Gallagher perform
ing. The next item of entertain
ment was the zoo with its tur
tles, miniature “dinosaur", rab
bit, snake, “Baby Rattlers",
monkey in the cage, duck and
other cages of "wild” animals.
Eddie Fick had charge of the
popcorn stand, and Niki Keil the
lemonade stand. A fish pond,
popping balloons and gay posters
completed the circus atmosphere.
Walter Fick presented a very
interesting and educational dem
onstration on weight lifting using
several different types and sizes
Refreshments were served by
the Mick Gallaghers and Harvey
Tompkins. Among the guests
present were several of the Boy
Scouts and their scoutmaster,
Donald Kyes, and Assistant scout
master. Horace Sholes, who came
to the Cub Scout Circus after
their regular troop meeting.
Mrs. Lyle Mossman. wife of the
late Ray Mossman, former In
mam residents, passed away at
2 a.m. Sunday at Coldw'ater.
Mich. She was a sister-in-law of
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watson and
Mrs. Blanch Mossman. Funeral
services were Tuesday afternoon
at Coldwarer. Mrs. Mossman is
also survived by four sons.
Mrs. Lena Butler. Independ
ence. Mo., is spending a few days
visiting Mrs. Ethel Tompkins and
other relatives and friends in
S-Sgt. Howard Clark returned
Thursday from Alaska where he
has been stationed for the past
year. Mrs. Clark and their four
children have resided in Inman
while he was away. Sgt Clark
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Ed Clark. Chadron. is visiting
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Clark while his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark and
Billy and Jenifer are at Pine
River, Minn, on vacation.
Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Coven
try. Mr. and Mrs James Coven
try and Mr. and Mrs I-eo Harte
and l>ORna attended the wedding
Saturday morning at St. Pat
rick's church. O'Neill, of Peggy
Sullivan and Richard Shelhamer.
Mrs George Pick entered St
Anthony's hospital on Friday for
Marilyn and Carolyn Kick re
turned Saturday evening from
IJncoln where they spent a week
visiting their hruther-in-law and
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Fox and daughter
Clarence Hansen took his
daughter. Ruth Ann. to Omaha
Sunday where she will study this
summer at the University hos
Mrs. Violet Stewart left Tues
day for Omaha where she will
enter the University hospital.
Mrs. Anna Smith, Frnest Trow
bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Smith attended the 40th wedding
anniversary of Mr and Mrs El
mer Trowbridge at Page Sunday.
Mrs. Ned Kelley arrived Sat
urday evening from Milford and
will spend several weeks visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey Tompkins and sons and also
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kelley and
family. She was accompanied to
Inman by Mrs. Cora Caldwell of
Utica who will spend a week
visiting Mr and Mrs. Harvey
Tompkins and family. Mr. Kelley
has recently started Army train
ing at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
lly Mrs. Herb Skala
Mrs. Katie Papke entertained
3 tables of Hi-Five on Friday at
her home. Prize winners were
Minnie Haskins, Mrs. L. H. Stein
hauser and Mrs. Fred Stracke.
Saturday evening supper guests
of Mrs. Katie Papke were Mr
and Mrs. Harry Cadwallader, Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Menuey and Bev
, erly, Hot Springs, 9. D.
Mrs. Rose Hovey attended the
parade and rodeo at O'Neill Fri
day and was an overnight guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bright
and family. She returned home
Bill Hovey, Pierre, S. D. was
a weekend guest of his mother,
Mrs. Rose Hovey.
Mrs. Domnick Tripp and daugh
ter, Jennifer, Omaha, spent last
week visiting her jiarents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Dana Bigelow.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs
F. Dana Bigelow were Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Bigelow and son, Scott,
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Hoffman, Danny,
and Darlene were Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Hoffman and family.
Danny Hoffman left Thursday
to spend a few days visiting Bob
Hoffman at Naper.
Mr and Mrs. Jim Hoffman
spent from Wednesday until Sat
urday at the Jimmy Hoffman
home to help care for their grand
daughters while Mrs. Jimmy Hoff
man was in the Atkinson hospit
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Menuey and
Beverly, Hot 9prings, S. D., ar
rived Thursday evening to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cadwalla
der and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cadwalla
ders, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Menuey
and Beverly attended the Rodeo
at O’Neill Sunday afternoon.
Mr and Mrs. Alois Schmaderer
ana granacnuaren ana jonnn
Kulus spent Thursday in O'Neill
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wallick, Lin
coln, arrived Sunday to spend a
few days with Mrs. Wallick’s mo
ther, Mb’s. Elsie Sweet.
Mrs. Carol Finch, Wayne State
Teachers college spent the week
end with Mrs. Elsie Sweet.
Dana F. Bigelow spent last
week visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. Dana Bigelow. He
left for Lincoln where he is at
tending summer school.
Mrs. Walter Smith and daugh
ters, Jenal and Mrs. Paul John
son and daughter, Linal, New
port, drove to Wallingford, la.,
Friday to visit Mrs. Smith’s bro
thers and mother, Roy Tenborg,
Larry Tenborg and family, Wash
ington and Mrs. Iona Tenborg,
Pierrce, Idaho. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. Alois Schmaderer
cared for their grandchildren,
Sally Jo and Scottie Kulus, child
ren of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ku
lus, Omaha and Mr. Kulus’ little
sister, Jo Ann, while the folks
spent 12 days fishing in Canada.
May 27, Mr. and Mrs. Kasper
Harley accompanied by their son,
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Harley and
son, Paul, left for Corpus Christi,
Tex., to visit their son and bro
ther. the Rev. Vernon Harley and
family, staying over the weekend
to take in the Confirmation ser
, vices, as their grandson, Jona
than, was in the class. The Har
ley's left Texas Monday. June 1,
and arrived at Cedar Blufi*. June
4 pm. They made several short
calls at Mr Harley's slaters,
Mrs Grosse and Mrs Kmityer
and a short call at Fremont, u>
see Mrs. Elvin Harleys sister.
They stayed overnight at the
home of Mrs. E Harley's par
ents at Howells. The Harley's ar
rived home June 5 ami were din
ner guests of Mr and Mrs. Ar
thur Harley, as Nathan Harley
came to help for the summer
at the Arthur Harley's.
Mr and Mr*. Arthur Harley ami
Mr. and Mrs. Kasper W. Harley
attended a meeting Monday, June
10. at Norfolk.
Mrs. Earl Blmn, Norfolk, spent
Thursday and Friday visiting at
the Frank Wilson home
Mr and Mrs. Bill Hewitt, Rush
ville, spent the weekend at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Wil
Brad Burden, Lincoln, sjx-nt
last week with his grandparents,
Mr and Mrs. Frank P Wilson
ATKINSON A 6:30 banquet
sponsored by the Immanuel Wal
ther la-ague was given Sunday
evening at the Immanuel Luther
an church honoring the fathers of
the local congregation.
The program included a wel
come by the president, Everett
Garwood; response by Arthur
Harley. Other of the entertain
ment personnel included Juliene
find Nancy Beck; David and Ev
erett Garwood, guitar selections,
Sheryl Harley and Vicki Frickel,
organ solos; and vocal numliers
by a trio composed of Sheryl
Harley, Vicki Frickel and Juliene
A vesper service was held at
8 .'50 The event also observed the
70th birthday of the National Wal
Jerry Bailey Enlists
In United States Navy
Jerry D. Bailey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Bailey of O’Neill has
enlisted in the Navy under the
high school graduate program,
which enables him to learn a
trade of his choice. He is a grad
uate of O’Neill high school. Jerry
is now taking recruit training at
the Naval training center, San
By Mrs. R. J. Bering
The BTC club held the annual
picnic on Thursday at Grove Laxe
with a wiener roast providing the
main refreshment and with an ex
change of guts designated as a
“birtnday remembrance”. Mem
bers present were Mmes. Harold
Mitchell, Oliver Dempster, Muri
al Foster, Eloit Blackmore, Wen
dell Wilson, Waldo Rodgers, Clar
ence Weber, Truman Kirby. The
club will meet again in Septem
ber with Edna Johnston as hos
Installation of officers of the
WSCS was held Sunday at the
Methodist church with tiie pastor
in charge. Officers installed were
Mrs. Clarence Weber, piesident;
Mrs. Hans Hofer, vice-pres., Mrs.
Irene Erickson, sec; Mrs. Bus
Greg Rundquist, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Rundquist, who has
been attending the University of
Nebraska the past year and who
has shown outstanding ability in
drawing, has employment with a
JLtll-lCUlU (U UUVCV L vuc auur
Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Curtis, '
Royal, Mrs. Tena Warner and
daughter, Mrs. Ed Shaw and her
daughter, Gloria of Orchard, at
tended the wedding of their cou
sin, Miss Juanita Warner and
Jerry Homolka of Amelia at St.
Joseph’s Catholic church in
Amelia Saturday. A reception fol
lowed at the Legion hall in
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Johnston of
Hay Springs and his daughter,
Mrs. Gene Feighney and her
daughter of Alliance returned
home the last of the week fol
lowing a week’s visit with Mrs.
Edna Johnston, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Welmer, Mr. and Mrs.
Clayton Meisner, Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Johnston and other rela
tives here and with Mrs. Blanche
Lingefelter and Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Lichty of Brunswick and
other relatives, including Mr.
Johnston’s brother. Ernest.
Mrs. Veryl Rundquist and Nolen
and Mrs. Russell Burch were in
Norfolk Monday on a combined
business and social trip. Miss
THE HOG AUCTIONS
ARE GETTING LARGER
Every Monday in Verdigre
Last Monday, fancy hogs sold from $17-50 to $17.85 with other
ansorted kinds from $16.75 to $17.25. Many shipments from con
signors living 25 to 36 miles away.
When your Hogs are ready for Market . . .
SHIP THEM TO VERDIGRE, YOUR DEPENDABLE. RELI
ABLE >LARKET. BUYERS FOR ALL GRADES AND CLASSES.
Open Sunday evening until 8:30 p.m. to receive your consign
ments for Monday’s sale.
Regular Hog Auction every Monday, 11:00 a.m.
(Notice:) No evening sale on Monday, June 24th and July 1st.
Next Monday evening sale will be held on July 8th.
The HOG AUCTION WILL BE HELD EVERY MONDAY (Cafe
open 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Monday. June 24 and July 1.)
Buy and Sell at Our
"Nationally Certified" Auction Market
VERDIGRE LIVESTOCK MARKET
Don Jensen, Mgr. Phone 4881 In Verdigre
lAI'UMif lt> 1*0** T 111 uit* |»rr%<-itt lit tin Nitllontil Ouurtl \rm
»rj I'rtilii) morning to take |i»rt tn I hits t*w> n-n iiimili *. I IiIn »»•
• ni«' of llt«- flr»l |>iit>hi a|i|NMinni'i*^ of tin in-u I* formed |«oM I liurln
prrviitatlon ri»w*mont<’*> util t»«* In-Id ln-lor< tin- nn il .i*-nmi<l> of
tin- guard uni* tl«ndii> riming, -iiiii I.
Mary Hi ring came to Royal with
them ami visited till Wednesday
night with her mother. Mis K J
Heruig, whose 80th birthday oc
cured that day,
Mary Circle met at the church
Tuesday ami made plans to Imld
a family night at the church the
last Wednesday in July. Mrs.
Warren Holm was hostess and
Mrs Dave Schwage gave the les
son on the subject "What shall
we tell our children ab>mt sul
fering?" The circle is preparing
a cook book which will be on sale
when completed Recijtes arc so
licited and welcomed Mrs. Boh
Rader will be the next hostess.
The Youth Fellowship will hold
a car wash on Tuesday, June
The families of Cal Holm and
Deway ne Chart from Kent,
Wash,, are expected this month.
Cal Holm is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. G. H Holm and Chart is
a son of Mr. and Mrs Edd Chart
His wife, Dorothy, is a daughter
of Mr and Mrs. Russell Birch.
The visitors vacations will extend
over the fourth.
By Congressman Dave Martin
Fourth District, Nebraaki
I recently received the moat
shucking pamphlet to ever come
across my desk. It was put out by
the National Education Assocla
tion, 1201 Kith Street, N W.,
Washington 6, D. C. The title is
“The Root of Opposition.” This
concerns Federal aid to educa
tion, and I quote below from the
“The fight over Federal aid to
education is, on the surface, a
political fight, with spicy dash
es of racial prejudice and reli
gions bitterness thrown in. But
under the surface, in reality, it is
an economic battle. It falls in the
classic pattern of historic battles
between the haves and the have
nots, between those who control
the wealth of the land and those
who make up its masses.”
“We are all supposed to be of
a mold - good, pert, freshly
scrubbed Americans, believing
that capitalism and free enter
prise came down to us on stone
tablets from the mountain and
that democracy was devised by
angels. But the truth of the mat
ter is that the minority, who are
the elite financially and cultural
ly, do not trust democracy very
far. They tremble and with good
reason, at what would happen to
their wealth and position if the
masses ever really coaid bring
the vote of the majority into full
Then* b more written tn the
f-ailir vein ah tile above qUole
Thut is one ol the must viceeis
document* I have «vei i •-«*«( A*,
so bluntly stated it advocates
taking a way from those who have
and giving t > those who have not
This is socialism in Its pure-1
form Teachers in out public
sch sib tliriMighnit the country b«
long to this organisation, e)i(M>ogh
I know Ui.it many in Ne
brasku do not subscribe do not
subscribe to rniiny of its pro
nouneemrnl* I hb is entirely
class appeal puling one neg
men) of our <*c«numy against an
other I condemn this pnmphli-1
most strongly and the Nntsmai
Kducatton Association (or nimiii
soring and distrihutmg it. If you
woild like a copy, 1 suggest >«. ■
write to them at the uddrcaa gh
The president, last week, in hi.*
speech at American University
announced tlwit the United .Stub
would immediately inaugurate .*
‘no test" policy in regard to nu
clear weapons The U. S , Brit
am and Russia agreed to aiiolhi i
round of test ban negotiations m
Moscow in mid July. The Pres
ideal stated that the U. ft to
"make clear our g'«»d faith" will
forego further tests in the atnio
sphere for as long as other na
lions do the same. "We H'lll not
be the first to resume," Mi
In effect, we are saying Uia'
we will keep this pledge If they
agree not to test. Till* was tried
once before and Russia did not
keep her pledge. From all the ug
reement* which the communist*
have made, we should now know
that agreements are only kept a*
long as it suits their convenience
Their word is not worth the pap
er it is written on We aie pre
sently ahead of Russia in the
fieid of nuclear explosions, hut tt
we continue to make this ora*
aided agreement, we will soon
lose our advantage. I hope that
the President is not once again
being outmaneuvered by the
Sweet Potato Plant*
We still have a lot of different
kinds of flower plants, potted
plants, bedding plants, tomato
cabbage and pepper plants.
Its not loo late for start**!
O'Neill Flower Shop
"The Kneppers" ap
3Vi blk* soutii on »th street
HIS K. Grant Kt. O’Neill
SEE KROTTER'S ,OR:
1963 Pontiac 2 Dr. H. T.
1963 4 Dr. Sedan Catalina
1963 4 Dr. Tempest
1963 Buick 4 Dr. Sedan
GOOD LATE MODEL CARS
I960 Oldsmobile 4 Dr. Sedan
1959 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan
1960 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan
1955 Chrysler 4 Dr. Sedan
1951 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan
1958 Oldsmobile 2 Dr. H.T.
1962 Chrysler 4 Dr. Sedan
1959 Oldsmobile 4 Dr. Sedan
1959 Chevrolet 2 Dr. Sedan S. Shift. 6 Cylinder
1958 Buick 4 Dr. H.T. Loaded
1957 Ford 2 Dr. H.T.
1957 Ford Corner 6 Cyl. Utility Wagon S Shift
1955 Buick 2 Dr. H.T.
1955 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan
1952 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan
1957 Pontiac 4 Dr. Sedan
1955 Ford 4 Dr. Sedan
1961 Chevrolet 2 Dr. H.T.
1956 Buick 2 Dr. Sedan
1957 Ford 4 Dr. Sedan
1948 Cadillac 4 Dr. Sedan
1961 Vt ton GMC
1953 % ton IHC
1—7x9 Fiasco Fold Down Box and Rack
1955 % ton GMC
1949 Ford *4 too
ALL CARS AND PICKUPS CARRY (iS WARRANTY
GMAC Finance Available
LATE MODELS TO ARRIVE SOON
1959 Chevrolet Impala 4 Dr. H T.
1960 GMC 4 wheel drive
Wm. KROTTER CO.
fervtiijf North .Wbriska Since lftfri**
GMAC FINANCING ON ALL PRODt CTH
WEST O'NEILL PBOX.
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