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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 14, 1952)
Neighbors Pot Up
Hay for Johnson
Chambers Farmer in
CHAMBERS — Relatives and
neighbors of Alvin Johnson put
up 46 stacks of hay for him while
he was in a Norfolk hospital re
cently for an appendectomy.
Those helping were Virgil Da
vid, Dellie Fauquier, Kenneth Ot
ter, Elmer Lenz, Lawrence Tan
geman, James Tangeman, Floyd
Lenz, Alvin Tangeman, Clyde
Hansen, Arthur Tangeman, Dick
Hansen, Clarence Johnson, Ronnie
Haake, Eric Dankert, Walter
(Walkie) Seivers, Donnie Seivers
and Charley Mahoney.
The following ladies prepared
and served dinner and afternoon
Mrs. Walter Seivers, Mrs. Floyd
Lenz, Mrs. Elmer Lenz, Marian
Seivers, Mrs. Alvin Tangeman,
Kay Tangeman, Mrs. Dellie Fau
quier and Mrs. Arthur Tangeman.
Garden Club Learns
About Passion Flower
CHAMBERS — The Chambers
Carden club met Wednesday, Au
gust 6 with Julia Gilbert. Pearl
Neilsen was assistant hostess. Roll
call was answered by naming a
favorite vacation spot. Twenty
two members, two visitors and
seven children were present.
Plans for a home talent per
formance to be put on by the two
garden clubs were discussed. Dates
for nearby flower shows were an
nounced and it was stated that
Chambers again would not have
a flower show this summer. All
members were urged to take flow
er exhibits to the Holt county
fair. It was voted to take care j
of the federation fee for the Jun
ior Garden club.
Table decorations appropriate
to use with various types of lace
clothes were the topic of the
day’s lesson, Ruth Dankert and
Anna Albers giving the talks,
which were illustrated by flower
arrangements and lace cloths.
Mildred Wandersee read an ar
ticle on preserving summer flow
ers, and Jennie Gillette told of a
method Of waxing flowers to pre
serve their beauty. Tillie Wal
ters read a letter describing the
passion flower and exhibited one
Door prizes went to Darlene
Hoerle and Jennie Gillette.
The next meeting will be with •
Anna Albers, Eulalia Sexton as
sistant hostess September 10 at
which time handicraft will be dis
cussed and each member is to
bring a tin can.
Origin of Society
Studied at Meeting
CHAMBERS — The Women’s
Society of Christian Service met
Thursday afternoon, August 7, at
the Methodist church parlors with
a large attendance.
Mrs. E. R. Carpenter, president,
called the meeting to order and
conducted the business session.
Mrs. R. K. Platt was in charge of
the worship service. She was as
sisted by several members with
readings and songs.
The lesson, “The Origin of the
Women’s Society of Christian
Service,” was presented by Mrs.
Elmer Wondersee with several
others taking part.
Refreshments were served by
the hostesses,. Mrs. K. N. Adams
and Mrs. Art Miller.
The next meeting will be on
Thursday, August 21, at the home
of Mrs. R. K. Platt.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Baird and
two daughters of Houston, Tex.,
are guests at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Louisa Van Conet,
and other relatives in Ewing.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tomjack and
sen, Terry, of O’Neill were gupper
guests at the home of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Tomjack,
Sunday evening. The Leo Tom
jack family returned Saturday
from a trip to Yellowstone park
and other points of interest in
the western states.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lee and
family, who have resided south
of Ewing, are now located in
the Snider property in Ewing.
Mr. Lee is employed at Picks
town, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dierks ac
companied by their guests, Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Evans of Imper
ial, attended the races at Col
umbus on Tuesday, August 5.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Evans of
Imperial have been calling on
friends in Ewing the past week.
They were guests at the Lyle
Dierks home Tuesday, August 5,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dierks had
as their dinner guests on Sunday,
M. H. Dierks of Ewing, Mr. and
Mrs. John Dierks and daughter,
Mary of Nebraska City, Mrs.
Wilda Carr and family of Hold
Mrs. John Archer left by bus
on Saturday morning for Omaha.
From there she went to Shenan
doah, la., to remain overnight
with relatives Sunday. Mrs. Ar
cher continued on her way to
Kirksville, Mo., where Mr. Ar
cher is under medical treatment
Mrs. Bertha Urban returned
home Friday from Yankton, S.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kropp and
family spent Sunday at Stanton
visiting at the home of relatives.
Guests at the Elmer Bergstrom
home on Sunday were Mrs. Berg
strom’s sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hoffman,
and family of Neligh, and Mr.
and Mrs. Elwin Runquist of
Mr. and Mrs. John Walker and
son, Bobbie, were guests on Sun
day at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grage at
Eldred Fry and sons left for
their home at McPherson, Kans.,
last Thursday. They were guests
at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Kitty Fry, and other relatives
while vacationing in the Ewing
Mrs. Wilda Carr and children,
who have spent the summer va
cation at the home of her father,
M. H. Dierks, in Ewing, left Sun
day for their home at Holdrege.
Mrs. Carr is the instructor of
home economics at the Holdrege
James Ruby CS 2-c and family
of Norman, Okla., were weekend
guests at the home of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ruby
and her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Casper Larson. They returned to
Norman on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hobbs
and family accompanied by her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shif
?uue£,,and son> Tom> attended
the Wheeler county fair and
rodeo at Bartlett on Sunday
and Mrs- Henry King and
William King, all from Albion,
were dinner guests on Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Grace Briggs.
TJiey,a/e the Parents and brother
of Mrs. Brigg’s son-in-law,
Thomas King, who is a guest
with his family at the Briggs
Mr. and Mrs. William Spence
and family moved Saturday from
their living quarters in the north
western depot to their residence
in north part of Ewing, which
has been occupied the past year
bv Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chalupa
and family. The Chalupa fam
ilv has moved to Tilden where
Mr. Chalupa will have charge of
the music department in the
Guests at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. W. J. Bomer and sons
are Mrs. Bomer’s aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Belch of
Lanikai, Oahu, Hawaii and also
her sister and brother-in-law,
Rev. and Mrs. Ellis Butler, and
two children of Council Bluffs,
Ia. Their children will be guests
at the Bomer home this week
while their parents are vacation
ing in the Black Hills.
The United Presbyterian group
which attended the youth confer
ence held at Tarkio, Mo., last
week, returned home Saturday
evening. While enroute home,
Rev. W. J. Bomer accompanied
by Vlanda Biddlecome, Lavonne
Shrader and Paul Gunter, had
the misfortune to collide with a
jeep pickup truck, on entering
the city of Council Bluffs, la.,
No one received any injuries but
Reverend Bomer’s car was bad
ly damaged. It was towed to a
garage in the city. Rev. Bomer
and his party came home with
Mrs. Duane Jensen, who also at
tended the conference.
Mrs. Kate Fuelberth
Eldest at Reunion
PAGE—The Fuelberth reunion
was held at Osmond Sunday, Au
gust 10. There were 130 pres
ent from the states of Colorado,
Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska. There
were 40 families represented.
Mrs. Kate Fuelberth, 87, of Os
mond was the oldest member
present. The youngest was Lar
ry Nissen, 6-weeks-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lorenze Nissen of Page.
Those coming from the greatest
distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Es
mond Weber and two daughters
of Denver, Colo. Mrs. Kate Fuel
berth has eight living children, 44
grandchildren and 85 great
Those attending from Page
were: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nissen,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Nissen and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nis
sen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Neil
Asher, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kem
per and family, Mr. and Mrs. Har
old Asher and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Asher, Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Asher and family, Mrs.
Jerry Asher, Miss Margie Finch,
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Nissen, Mr.
and Harold Fremeyer and family.
From O’Neill: Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Eby and three sons, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Asher and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Dale Nissen.
Fron Inman: Mr. and Mrs. Er
nest Brunkhorst, Barbara, John
and Faye, Mr. and Mrs. George
Coleman, jr., and family, and Mrs.
Max Mossman and daughter.
LIGHTNING STRIKES HOME
PAGE—Late Sunday afternoon
lightning struck the chimney at
the farm home of Mr. and Mrs.
Benard Kornock damaging shin
gles and siding. Mr. and Mrs.
Kornock were in the house at the <
time it happened but were not in
Miss Janet Derickson left Mon
day for Wayne after spending
two weeks with her mother.
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Ready Lynch School
for Term Opening
Wayne Cash, Nemaha,
LYNCH—Supt. and Mrs. G. L.
Campbell of Wayne came to
Lynch last Thursday, August 7,
to prepare for the opening of the
Lynch schools for the 1952-’53
The faculty includes G. L. Camp
bell, superintendent, Deloros A.
Vanhove, Mrs. Minnie Campbell,
Mrs. Alma Thorell, Mrs. Gertrude
Petersen, Madlen Peklo and Mrs.
The one new teacher for the
coming year is Wayne Cash of
Nemaha. He was recently elected
as principal and coach.
Lewie Christensen will be the
Other Lynch News
The Sunshine Project club
members and their families en
joyed their annual club picnic last
Thursday, August 7, at the My
ron Hodges farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Crawford
and Janice visited at the Fred
Coleman home Saturday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mulhair
spent several days last week in
Omaha on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd France
were business visitors in Creigh
ton on Wednesday, August 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen were
Butte visitors Tuesday, August
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jehorek
and daughter were business vis
itors in O’Neill Wednesday, Au
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Courtney
have been visiting relatives in
Canada and also relatives along
the West coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holtz and
family of Roosevelt, Minn., re
turned to their home Wednesday,
August 6, after a % week’s visit
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weeder and
son, Karl, attended the Prchal
family# reunion Sunday, August
10, at the Concord park at Con
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Holtz and
family left Wednesday, August
13, for their new home in Roose
velt, Minn., where they have re
cently purchased a farm.
Mrs. William Teadtke and
Sharon visited at the Allan Kos
can home in Butte, Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiley called
on Mrs. Tena Kramer at Spencer
Saturday, August 9.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Darnell
and children of Miller, S.D., for
merly of Lynch visited friends
here and at Spencer this week.
They are moving to Scotsbluff
and stopped enroute.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Lightfoot
and Nancy of Bristow visited with
Mrs. Lightfoot’s mother, Mrs.
John Hewitson here Wednesday,
Mr and Mrs. Emil Sedivy and
daughters of Tilden spent Wed
nesday, August 6, with Mrs. Sed
ivy’s mother, Mrs. Louisa Cihlar.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vlcan of
Verdigre spent Sunday, August 10,
visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Nelson of
Bristow were Lynch callers Sun
day, August 10. I
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sedivy
and daughter of Ewing visited
with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kal
kowski and Mrs. Louisa Cihlar
Sunday, August 10.
The Assumption BVM Altar
society met with Mrs. Helen Pur
viance Thursday afternoon, Au
gust 7, with Mrs. Velma Micanek
and Mrs. Agnes Alford cohost
esses. On account of rain only
11 meeting will be held Septem
next meting will be held Septem
ber 4 with Stasia Courtney,
Elizabeth Peklo and Mrs. Vac
Jedlicka. Plans will be made to
serve the banquet dinner for the
democratic rally the following
Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Nemic*
Betty Ross, Rose Ann Nemic and
Betty and Leta Hambek, all of
Spencer, were Sunday, August 10,
dinner guests at the Martin
Jehorek home. They all called
on Mr. and Mrs. Vince Jehorek
in the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johns were
Sunday dinner guests at the Phil
lip Hammon home.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mills of
Bristow spent Wednesday, Au
gust 6, at the Ed Johns home.
Harry Peppel of Spencer and
Emil Micanek of Lynch as dele
gates, and Dr. J. A. Guttery and
Emil Micanek as delegates, at
tended the democratic convention
at Grand Island this week.
Upsets on Driver
LYINCH — While assisting a
neighbor in haying, Chester Ham
mon upset the tractor and farm
hand stacker Tuesday morning,
August 5, injuring his arm and
fracturing his knee cap. Several
stitches were taken to close
gashes on the side of his head.
He is up and about but still stiff
and sore from his injuries.
Lesson in Corsage- .
Making Studied —
The Star Get-Together club
met at the home of Mrs. Ben
Vonasek on Wednesday, August
6, with 14 members present. Roll
call was answered with my fa
vorite song. An interesting dem
onstration on making corsages
was given by Mrs. Ewalt Miller,
after which each member made
an attractive corsage ,pf her own.
Games and entertainment were
under the direction of Mrs. Fritz
Krugman and Mrs. Ewalt Miller.
At the close of the meeting a
lunch was served by the hostess.
Next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Tom Slattery with
the election of officers.
Ralph Emerson, who has been
visiting his sister, Mrs. A. E. Der
ickson, for the past 10 days, went
to Chicago, 111., Wednesday Aug.
6, where he will visit his daugh
ter, He plans to leave Chicago
Saturday for his home in Can
Sam Cohn of New York City,
N. Y., who had been visiting the
past two weeks with his brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Cohn, and other relatiyes
left Monday for his home in
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dawes
and daughter, Lora Lee, Of Osce
ola, were weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Neil Dawes.
Attends Home Ec
EWING—Miss Fern Pruden at
tended the 34th annual state
homemaking education confer
ence at the Lincoln hotel, Lin
coln, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, August 6, 7, and 8.
The general theme was im
proving the home experiences in
family centered homemaking
Each morning the meetings
were begun with "eye openers.”
Mrs. Helen Cooper, fashion buy
er displayed fall garments and
accessories. A representative of
a furniture company presented
illustrations of problem class
room windows and demonstrated
how he would remedy the situa
tion. Bernice Krieger, home
economist demonstrated correct
technique for classroom demon
Miss Aileen Erickson, director,
homemaking education of Utah,
was the guest speaker for the
conference. H. C. Sdhmid, Min
neapolis, Minn., national AVA
president, and Freeman B. Deck
er, state superintendent spoke at
the Nebraska vocational associa
tion meeting on Thursday after
A smorgasbord was held in
the evening with a magician
from Chicago, 111., and the Da
nish folk dances from Stromburg
Various techniques evaluated
at the conference were: Role
playing, sounding board, au
dience listening, conversation
group, buzz- session, panel ex
perts and evaluation of confer
ence. Miss Pruden won the chair
man of the evaluation commit
Mrs. Wilda Carr of Ewing ac
companied Miss Pruden to the
conference. She is home eco
nomics instructor at Holdrege.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dean of '
Stanton, la., left Sunday for
their home after visiting Mr. and
Mrs. D. E. Nelson for several
days. Mr. Dean is superintendent
of schools at Stanton. He for
merly was principal at O’Neill
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thiele have
been visiting their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thramer,
and family in Arkansas.
Mrs. Van Wey has been help
ing her sister, Mrs. Kneivel at
the store. Mr. Van Wey is in
California and his wife and fam
ily will join him shortly.
Alva Schrunk spent the week
end with a friend near Bartlett
and attended the fair. Alva and
Elayne Reimer and Bonnie Rossow
modeled the clothes made in their
4-H work at the fair on Satur
Mr. and Mrs Wilber Napier and
son and Beulah Napier of Cali
fornia were recent visitors at the
The Deloit Pinochle club met
Thursday afternoon, August 7, at
the Wayne Paul home.
The Clearwater Valley 4-H club
met Tuesday, August 5, at the
Earl Schrunk home. Eight of the
11 members were present, also the
leader, Mrs. H. Reimer, and their
assistant leader, Alva Schrunk.
Work was brought to send to the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Larson and
Carrie Johnson of Pomona, Calif.,
were dinner guests at the Henry
Reimer home on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Pofahl have
been visiting relatives and friends
in this community. Max is in the
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tomjack
visited in Pickstown, S.D., last
Many from here attended the
Wheeler county fair over the
Ada Moore, the former Ada
Fuller of near here died at Grand
Island on Friday. Funeral rites
were held at Bartlett Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Temple
spent Sunday at the Henry Reim
er home. After spending three
weeks in Colorado, they left Sun
day for their home in Thedford.
Gloria Cratty has been visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. G. Cratty.
Mrs. Zoe Huffman visited at
the Stanley Huffman home a day
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