Answer: Unfortunately, a strawberry patch can run quickly out of control. You will need to thin out most of the baby plants as best you can, and keep doing that as they appear. Ozark Beauty will produce berries off and on all summer, so you should see the white blossoms followed by berries from time to time.
June bearing strawberries usually do not bear the first year they are planted. The reason for this is that the flower buds are removed when the plants are dug for shipping. So if the other variety you planted was a June bearer, do not expect berries until next spring. (The buds will be forming this fall for next spring's crop.)
You may find the following web site information about strawberries in a home garden helpful.
Unfortunately I am unable to quickly find a photo of a mature plant, however they look the same as the babies only larger and are about, say, the size of a basketball.
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