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Holt County Independent
Atkinson, Holt County, Nebraska
October 11, 1956

FRED O. MLINAR, 92, DIED IN ATKINSON ON WEDNESDAY MORNING

Fred O. MLINAR, 92, a resident of the Atkinson Community since Wednesday morning.

Funeral services will be held at St. Joseph Church with interment at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Atkinson.

Pallbearers will be nephews of the deceased; Anton TASLER, Joe, Charles and Harry MLINAR, all of Atkinson, Earl REISER of Spencer, and Lawrence JONAS of O'Neill.

He was born on Nov 11, 1863 in Bohemia and at the time of his death was 92 years, 10 months and 29 days of age.

He was united in marriage to Mary ZISKA on April 14, 1891 with the ceremony being performed at St Jospeh Church in Atkinson. After his marriage he operated a real estate office and also a poultry and cream business in Atkinson.

Surviving are three sons, Emanuel of Los Angeles, Cal; Albert of Van Nuys,Cal; William of Brookhaven, Penn; three daughters, Rose, Sister Mary Francis of Laredo, Tex; Barbara MLINAR a school teacher in Atkinson grade school, and Mrs. Duane ULRICH.

He was preceded in death by his wife, who passed away in 1950 and two sons.

He is also survived by 17 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and 1 sister, Mrs. Pauline DAVIS of Atkinson.

Holt County Independent
Atkinson, Holt County, Nebraska
October 12, 1956

FRED MLINAR, 92-YEAR-OLD ATKINSON PIONEER IS DEAD

Fred O. MLINAR, 92-year-old pionner Atkinsonite, died in his sleep early Wed morning, Oct. 10, at his home in this city. In spite of his advanced age, he had enjoyed fairly good health until he became ill the day before his death.

He had been a resident of this community for 72 years. He lived with his daughter, Miss Barbara MLINAR, a teacher in the Atkinson public schools.

Funeral services will be held Friday morning at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery here. The pallbearers will be Anton TASLER, Joe, Charles, and Harry MLINAR, all of Atkinson, Earl REISER of Spencer and Lawrence JONAS of O'Neill. They are all nephews of Mr. MLINAR.

Mr. MLINAR was born Nov. 11, 1863 in Kosterle, a suburb of the city of Seuftenberg, Province of Konig Gratz, Bohemia. He came to America in 1870 with his parents, Frank and Catherine MLINAR.

The family lived in Ringgold County, Iowa for 16 years, then came to Holt County making the overland trip in two covered wagons, one drawn by a team of mules and the other by horses. They arrived in Atkinson on March 14, 1884, and settled on a farm 12 miles southwest of Atkinson.

Mr. MLINAR farmed in this community for a number of years. He also ran a store at Butte in the early days. Later he bought a farm near here, then traded it for a livery barn in Atkinson, which he operated for a time. His business enterprises in Atkinson also included a grocery store, cream and product station, a second hand store, but he spent most of his years here engaged in the real estate business.

He was married to Miss Mary ZISKA in 1891 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Atkinson.

Mrs. MLINAR died in 1950. He was also preceded in death by two sons, Clarence and Gus.

He is survived by 3 sons, Dr. Emanuel J. of Los Angeles, California; Albert of Van Nuys, California; and William of Chester, Pennsylvania; 3 daughters, Sister Mary Francis (Rose) of Loredo, Texas; Miss Barbara MLINAR of Atkinson and Mrs. Dewaine (Valeria) ULRICH of Stuart; 17 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Pauline DAVIS of Atkinson. All three of the sons were at home recently to visit him.

During the later years of his life, Mr. MLINAR spent much of his time gardening and he took much pride in raising and marketing choice garden products during the season. Usually he was the first one each year to have sweet corn on the market.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, June of 2010

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