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VOLUME 70.—NUMBER 49. O'NEILL. NEBRASKA. THURSDAY. APRIL 12. 1951.
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Rev. Orin Graff, pastor
Unified services every Sunday,
10 a.m. Sermon Sunday, April 15:
“More Than Conquerors” Ro
- mans 8.
Miss Eloise Rustad, of North
field, Minn., and Margaret Ha
mill, of Harrisburg, Pa., are con
ducting evangelistic services ev
ery evening this week except
Saturday. Young peoples’ ser
vices at 7 o’clock and adult ser
vices at 8 o’clock. These services
will be continued through next
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
£ Rev. C. D. Ankney, pastor
jj^ Sunday-school, 10 a.m.
Jp Worship, 11 a.m.
The Ladies Aid has been post
| oned from Thursday of this
I reek until Thursday, April 19.
The Walther league will go to !
Neligh for a skating party Friday !
evening, April 13.
CENTER UNION (O'Neill)
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
April 15: Sunday - school, 11
wa.m.; worship, 10 a.m.
Sunday evening young people’s
service.and Bible study, 8 o’
* Prayer meeting each Wednes
Mf.'Iay 5 and 6.
You are invited to all of our
Rev. V. R. Bell, pastor
Church school, 10 a.m., classes
Morning worship, 11 a.m.
MYF, 7:30 p.m
The extended Sunday-school
session will be held today
(Thursday) immediately after
school. All children from the
first through the fifth grades are
asked to come. A very good at
tendance at each session is the
record so far.
The daily vacation Bible school
institute at Tilden was attended
by Mrs. Louis Reimer, Mrs. A.
E. Bowen and the pastor. We
have made plans for our school
which will open June 4 and con
tinue for two weeks.
Mrs. C. W. Porter, Mrs. Tony
Asimus, Mrs. A. E. Bowen, Mrs.
Claude Bates, (Mrs. Louis Reimer,
the pastor and wife attended the
district conference at Wayne Fri
day, April 6.
The Young Adult Fellowship
held its regular meeting Tues
day evening, at the church. It
was an April fool’s party. Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Krause, Mrs.
Roy Johnson, Rev. and Mrs. Bell
were the hosts. The next party
will be April 17.
Eleven MYF’ers attended the
district rally at Neligh Sunday.
There were 200 present. Rev. Joe
Riley Burns, pastor of The First
Methodist church at Lincoln,
was the evening speaker.
The WSCS and the Dorcas so
ciety will have an all-day meet
ing at the church today (Thurs
day) with a covered dish dinner
for the families.
Friday, 2:30 p.m. the Temper
ance League of Nebraska will
hold a meeting in the church.
Maj. Clayton M. Wallace, of
Washington, D. C., will be the
speaker. Plan to attend. You will
be glad you did.
Next Sunday morning we hope
to have new rostrum furnishings
in place together with the beau
tiful memorial electric cross.
There will be a dedication ser
vice. We certainly appreciate
this memorial gift.
In the afternoon at 3 we will
have as visitors a group of Wes
leyan students. Four of this
group are foreign students. They
will put on a program to which
the public is invited. Following
this the MYF will have a social
hour and lunch with them in the
We invite you to worship with
ASSEMBLY OF GOD (O'Neill)
Rev. Wayne Hall, pastor
Revival meetings are now in
progress. Rev. Elmer Swick, of
Newport, is the evangelist. Meet
ings each night except Saturday |
at 8 o’clock. We urge you to
come and worship the Saviour in
spirit and truth.
All day fellowship meeting to
day (Thursday). Services at 10:30
a.m., 2:30, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. Din
ner and supper will be served in
the church basement. You will
enjoy these inspiring services.
Everyone is welcome.
Plans are being made for vaca
tion Bible school to be held from
May 28 to une 7.
Sunday services at the usual
lour. Sunday - school, 10 a.m.;
worship, 11 a.m.; young people’s
service, 7:30 p.m; evangelistic
service, 8 p.m.
Rev. L. R. Hansberry, pastor
Sunday - school, 10:30 a.m.,
-lair Grimes, superintendent.
Worship, 11:30 a.m.
MYF, 7 p.m.
Choir practice will be at 8 o’- ,
deck Sunday evening.
Guests Sunday at the home of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eby and
sons were Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz
Nissen and Mr. and Mrs. Anton
Nissen, all of Page.
Rev. Melvin Grosenbaeh, pastor
April 15: Sunday-school, 10
a.m.; worship, 11 a.m. Sunday
evening service, 7:30 o’clock.
Harry Page told me Sunday
night to put it in the paper that
these Sunday night services are
very special times and we believe
more people would enjoy them if
they came. Why not join us this
coming Sunday night?
April 17: The sound color film,
"Dust or Destiny,” marvelous
mechanisms of the human eye,
ear, and heart! Unerring flight of
homing pigeons! Fish laying eggs
on dry land! The wonder of
growing things! Amazing, thrill
ing. awe inspiring!
April 18: The sound color film,
God of Creation,” 8 p.m., mar
vels of astrology and natural sci
ence made clear through lapse
time camera and microscope.
These remarkable scenes: Huge
size and vast number of heaven
ly bodies .: . . buds blossoming in
seconds . . . leaves manufacturing
their food . . . caterpillar chang
ing into butterfly!
,ir,APrilJ8: The sound color film,
God of the Atom,” 8 p.m. Start
hnelv different aproach to atom
ic bomb problem. Featured are
exclusive photographs of equip
ment used in atomic research and
unusual photography showing
tremendous energies packed in a
Films will be shown again
soon after 9 o’clock each night if
there are those who cannot get
in for the 8 p.m. showing.
Free wiH offering will be tak
en for film rental. You are invit
ed to all of our services.
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL
Rev. Wm. H. Cowger, pastor
Deanery meeting for all worn- 1
en of the church today (Thurs- i
Jay) at Trinity Episcopal church,
Norfolk, opening with holy com- 1
munion at 10 a.m. Don’t forget to 1
bring your sandwiches. <
Third Sunday after Easter:
Prayer, April 15. 9 a.m. Sermon
topic: “Believe Also in Me.” !
Remember the fine opportunity <
you have on May 2 to hear Rich
ard Ellsasser, the world’s finest 1
young organist, at the Methodist
:hurch at Neligh which is spon
sored by the churches of Neligh.
Annual council of the diocese
of Nebraska will meet at St.
lames church, Fremont, on May
) and 10. The speaker will be Very
Rev. Paul Roberts, dean of St.
John’s cathedral, Denver, Colo.
Osenbaugh Now with
Central Luzon MP’s
Presently performing security
duties on Clark air force base in
Central Luzon, as a member of
the 6205th air police group, Phi
lippines Command (Air Force)
and Thirteenth air force, is Pfc.
Fred W. Osenbaugh, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John D. Osenbaugh, of
A graduate of O’Neill high
school and a former student at
:he University of Nebraska at
Lincoln, Private Osenbaugh was
?mployed by the Northwestern
Bell Telephone company before
ae joined the air force in Septem
aer, 1950. He left for his current
averseas tour in January after
attending the air police school
at Tyndall, Fla.
Many from Distance
Attend Eaton Funeral—
Numerous friends and relatives
3f the family came from a dis
tance Thursday, April 5, to at
tend funeral services for Glen
Eaton. The rites were conducted
at St. Peter’s Catholic church at
Ewing and burial was in Calvary
Among them were:
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sydow, of
doquiam, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs.
Dwen Eaton, of Alexandria. S.
D.; Wilbur Sydow, Mrs. Ervin
Doring, and Mr. and Mrs. Clar
ence Eaton, all of Laurel; Mrs.
Rebecca Sydow and Mrs. Mary
Doring, both of Wayne: Mrs. Fred
Iraun, of Atkinson; Mrs. Ervin
J ancleave and daughters and
.ester Sydow, all of Stuart: Mr.
nd Mrs. Roy Daniels and farm
s', of Trenton: Mr. and Mrs. Wil
iam Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Merle
[issel, Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Wil
ams and Mrs. Elmer Anderson,
11 of Aurora: Mr. and Mrs. Wil
ur Meyers, of Plainview; Mrs.
lelvin Fallson, of Neligh.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dean
'ere in Omaha on business over
ie weekend. They attended the
?e Capades in the evening. They
topped in Lincoln to visit their
arents, Mr. and and Mrs. Swan
’eterson and Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Roy Haynes made a short visit
nth his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
illen Havnes, last week. He was
ccompanied to his home at Den
an by his siter-in-law. Miss Nelle
/ood. who planned to spend a
?w days there.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roach
nd Larry visited with Mr. and
frs. Van Bearinger at Orchard
SMITH ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR . . . T/Sgt. Deraid A.
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike A. Smith, of Tekamah, formerly
of O’Neill, an aircraft electric specialist, is one of the flying pro
fessors presently instructing strategic air command pilots and
maintenance crews at Carswell AF Base, Tex., in the latest devel
opments on the huge B-36 bomber. Sergeant Smith, 23, serves on
the teaching staff of a B-36 mobile training detachment, a mov
able school, which was flown from the mobile training group
headquarters at Chanute air force base, Illinois, to Carswell Base
to meet the increasing need for the specialized training on the air
force’s largest bomber. Highly qualified specialists of the B-36 de
tachment teach air force personnel the intricate operation and
maintenance of this “flying giant,” whose engines produce more
horsepower than nine locomotives, to carry 84,000 pounds of
bombs anywhere in the world. Prior to joining the mobile train
ing group, Sergeant Smith attended several air force aircraft spe
cialist schools.—Air Force Photo.
Country Banker, Dies
Emmet W. Rossiter, 63, of
lartington, one of Nebraska’s
nost prominent bankers and na
ionally-known as a crusader for
he small town banking business,
lied unexpectedly about 9 o’
clock, Monday, April 9, at his
He had suffered an apoplectic
itroke about two hours before his
Rossiter was president of the
Sank of Hartnigton, which he es
tablished in 1934. He was former
ly vice - president of the state
bank division of the American
Survivors include the widow,
the former June Elizabeth Hitch
cock; five daughters and two sons
—Vincent and Lawrence, who
are partners in the bank.
Funeral services will be held
today (Thursday) in Holy Trini
ty Catholic church at Hartington.
Carroll (“Cal") Stewart, publish
er of The Frontier, will be a pall
Frontier for printing!
Wyoming People Here—
Mrs. Lloyd Bergstrom, of Sher
idan, Wyo., and Mrs. Max Berg
strom and two children, of New
castle, Wyo., came Sunday eve
ning to visit relatives here. Mrs.
Lloyd Bergstrom will visit her
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Cullen,
and other relatives. Mrs. Max
Bergstrom will visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cunningham.
Frontier for Printing!
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— O’NEILL —
Sunday, April 15
The one and only
Bohemian Band \
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SPRING RUMMAGE SALE ;
Saturday, April 14,9:30 A. M. \
Marie’s Beauty Shop in O’Neill
ALSO HOME BAKED PIES ‘
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Sponsored by Ladies Aid Society of t
I Christ Lutheran Church
Hundreds of farmers are praising
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McDonald's original low, compare-anywhere prices slashed to give you
even greater values! Shop with care! COMPARE before you buy! SAVE!
Clearance of one group of better
formals. Were up to $14.95. Sizes 12,
14 and 18 in this group.
Priced for super savings _ $9.90
Were up to $6.95—
Priced for Clearance_
Were up to $8.95—
Priced for Clearance _
Clearance of children’s and young
misses’ coats and toppers. All wool
flannels and rayons in this group.
All priced to sell at these low prices.
So come early for the best pick!
Broken sizes 2 to 16.
SAVE ON COATS
Were $19.95 — $24.95
We have more coats than we
should have right now ... so you
save! Gabardines, tweeds, and strea
cloths. Just the style and color you
have been looking for. Hurry! For
Mannish tailored shirt type blouses.
White broadcloth or pique fabrics.
White pearl buttons.Collar and cuffs
trimmed in fine quality checked
gingham. Regular $3.98 value. Sizes
10 to 14.
SAVE ON DRESSES—"*
Were up to $6.95.
/p jm Juniors’
Were up to $8.95.
Clearance of early spring dresses.
Big selection of newest fashions,
exquisitely tailored, with details ga
lore. Fine rayon crepes, either plain
or prints. Plenty of styles . . . sure
to include a style you like.
SAVE ON SUITS—
Were $17.95 — $24.95.
Rayon sharkskins, the season’s want
ed fabric. Every suit expertly tailor
ed with newest style detail. Every
suit a superb value. Hurry! Com
pare! You save!
The J. M. McDonald Company
After - Easter Sale
of SPRING HATS
I Values to 5.95. A collec
| tion of stunning new hats
| . . . beautiful complements
! to your loveliest Spring
! costumes! Pert pillboxes,
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I beautifully trimmed, each
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OF THIS LOW PRICE!
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