The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, September 18, 1952, Page 3, Image 3

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Evelyn Davis Heads
IHS Student Council
Cheer Leaders Idle
’Til December
INMAN—Miss Evelyn Davis is
Ihe student council president for
the 1952- 53 school year. In the
all-high school elections held Fri
day, the students chose Evelyn
above her rivals, Yvonne Smith
and Carolyn Watson. Miss Da
vis will assume her duties of the
new office this week as the coun
cil meets to formulate a new con
stitution and plan activities.
Meanwhile, the pep club chose
Jeanne Scholz and Vickie Sue
Hutton as the new cheer leaders.
The new leaders will have little
opportunity to show their talents
until the beginning of basketball
season, since the abandonment of
baseball this year, due to tho
lack of competition.
The annual student night will
be held on September 26. Each
class and organization of the
school will put on an act or stunt
for entertainment of the patrons.
A pie social will follow the en
tertainment. Money to be used
for a new slide for the play
The senior class will go to O’
Neill Friday, September 19, to
have their pictures taken.
Other Inman News
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tjessem and
daughters, Sandra and Nancy, left
last Thursday for their home in
Maywood, 111., after spending sev
eral days visiting Mrs. Tjessem’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clark
The members of the Harmony
club motored to O’Neill Wednes
day afternoon, September 10,
where they were entertained in
the new home of Mrs. Leo Hines.
The afternoon was spent visiting.
The hostess served a lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baker and
son have returned to their home
in Sioux City after spending a
week visiting Mrs. Baker’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd DeLong.
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Larson left
last Thursday for Wisconsin and
North Dakota before returning to
Buhl, Ida., where they will make
their home. The Larsons have
been visiting in the homes of Mr.
and Mrs. James Sobotka and Mr.
and Mrs. John Gallagher.
Miss Wilda Stamp left Satur
day for Lincoln where she will at
tend the University of Nebraska.
Miss Stamp is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Stamp.
James Withee of Orchard vis
ited his son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brown,
last Thursday afternoon.
Miss Barbara Brunckhorst, who
attends college at Wayne, spent
the weekend visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brunckhorst.
Jim Ferris of Leigh and Mer
lin Luben of Bruno spent the
weekend with their families.
Mr. and Mrs. James McMahan
left Tuesday for Denver, Colo.,
where they will spend a few
days visitng Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mickelberry and daughter, Diane.
They may continue on to Albu
querque, N.M., during the two
weeks vacation.
Mrs. Elvin Larson was honored
at a miscellaneous shower Wed
nesday, September 10, at the
home of Mrs. Norbert Clark. Mrs.
Max Mossman and Mrs. Joe Men
ish were assistant hostesses. Mrs.
Larson received many gifts. Re
iresnments were served.
Jim, Gordon and Bill Sholes
left Sunday for Minnesota where
they will spend a few days vaca
Tom Clark, who is in the navy,
called his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Clark, Tuesday, September
9. Clark was in St. Louis, Mo.,
and on his way to Maryland
where he will go to school for 16
Arbutus Rebekah lodge met in
regular session Wednesday, Sep
tember 6, at the IOOF hall. Twen
ty-five members were present. In
observance of the 101st anniver
sary of the Rebekah degree, Mrs.
Ada Clark, Mrs. Met Kelley and
Faye Brunckhorst had charge
of the entertainment. Refresh
ments were served at the close
of the meteing by Mrs. Blanch
Mossman, Mrs. Muriel Luben,
Mrs. Zola Morrow and Mrs. Pa
tricia McMahan.
Ira Watson returned Wednes
day, Sept. 10 from Pelican Ra
pids, Minn., where he had spent a
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Youngs
were called to Council Bluffs,
la., on Saturday by the death of
Mr. Youngs’ brother. Burial was
on Monday.
Francis Anderl has been in
Kansas the past week attending
a purebred Hereford sale. Fred
Moore has been doing chores at
ihe Anderl place during his ab
A group of friends gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Moore Friday evening to help
Fred celebrate his birthday anni
versary. Pinochle furnished the
entertainment. Lunch was served.
Mrs. Floyd Keyes returned to
Valentine Wednesday, September
10, after spending a few days in
the Clarence Hansen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Clint Miller of
Ainsworth spent Sunday visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luben.
Don Lines and Lawrence Ste
vens, who are employed at Rapid
City, S.D., spent the weekend in
the Dana Lines and Bill Butter
field homes.
Ralph Herald Sholes, who is
employed near Sidney, spent the
weekend visiting his mother, Mrs.
Violet Sholes.
Graydon Hartigan of Alma
spent the weekend visitng his
mother, Mrs. Marye Hartigan.
Grayce McGraw, who teaches
near Atkinson, spent the weekend
Larry Sawyer, who teaches at
Stuart, spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Miss Sadie Harte of Long
Beach, Calif., is visitng in the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Laney and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Bruised in Auto
AMELIA— Miss Delores Doo
little, her brother, Dale, and
Hale Kennedy were all shaken
and bruised when their car over
turned with them as they were
returning home from school Fri
day evening.
Dale received a cracked wrist
bone and cuts and scratches
when he was thrown from the
car through a barbed wire fence.
Other Amelia News
Mrs. Andy Robak and son,
Lee Michael, and Mrs. Mamie
Sammons went to Endicott, N.Y.,
Saturday where they will join
Mrs. Robak’s husband, who is
stationed there. Mrs. Lee Sam
mons and son, Bill, took them to
Grand Island from where they
went by train.
Mrs. Gertie Adair returned
Sunday from Gainsville, Fla.,
where she had been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. George (Modena)
Fogle, and sons the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peterson j
and Donna Rae went to- Kearney
Sunday to attend a reunion of
Mr. Peterson’s armv post.
Oscar Peterson drove to Lin
coln Sunday afternoon, taking
their daughter back to college.
Miss Norma Andersen return
ed home from Lincoln Saturday
for a week’s visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Rav Ander
sen. She is a nurse’s aid at Bry
an viemoriai nc«*>ital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rees re
turned Wednesday, September
10. from a trip to Mt. Olivet, Ky.,
where thev visited their grand
children. Robin, Judv and John
Taylor. They returned bv wav of
Omaha where thev visited their
son, Bill, and family, who recent
ly moved there from Lincoln.
Mrs. Emma Lindsey and Flor
ence, Mrs. Delia Ernst and Mrs.
Frank Pierce drove to Spencer
Sunday afternoon where they
visited Mrs. Lindsey’s niece,
Mrs. Robert Hamilton, and fam
Mr. and Mrs. Fav Andersen
and Norma were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earnie
Johnston on Sunday.
Mrs. Lew Backhaus returned
home last week from a visit with
relatives at Eagle Butte and
Pierre, S.D. She had accompan
ied her cousins, the Earl Jack
sons of Omaha. It was erroneous
lv stated last week that thev had
gone on a fishing trip to Minne
sota lakes.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Edwards,
Arliss and Zane went to Long
Pine Sundav to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Snelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Standage
and children of Cambridge vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Standage. Thpv accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coday of
Cozad, who were here on busi
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Standage
have sold their farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gruen
borg and daughters were visit
ing at the parental William Fry
rear home Sunday. Other callers
in the evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Pacha and fam
ily and an old friend, Wayne
Hodges of Central City.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foss of
Tilden visited at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Orland Fryrear,
and Mr. Fryrear on Sunday.
Rev. C. J. Kaup
Leaves St. Johns
DELOIT — Rev. Conrad J.
Kaup, pastor of St. John’s Cath
olic church for the past four
years, has been assigned to St.
John’s church at Fordyce, suc
ceeding Rev. Peter J. Vanderhei
den. who resigned because of ill
The change was effective last
Father Kaup went from Holy
Trinity parish, Hartington,
where he was assistant priest, to
the rural parish south of Ewing.
Rev. Joseph Lane, formerly of
the Church of the Epiphany at
Emmet and recently the admin
istrator of St. John’s church,
Fordyce, will be the chaplain of
the new St. Anthony’s hospital
A party was held Tuesday
evening, September 9, for Father
Kaup. A priest from Creighton
will fill the Holt county vacancy.
The HEO club met last Thurs
day at the Anton Shavlik home.
The next meeting will be on Oc
tober 9 with Mrs. Fred Steams.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tom jack
were supper guests Wednesday
evening, September 10, at Henry
Mrs. Max Pofahl has been
staying with her sister, Mrs. Joe
Knievel, and sons.
Alva Schrunk has been assist
ing with the housework at the
Louis Pofahl home.
Mary Miller is a freshman at
Ewing hieh school.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tomiack
were Sunday visitors at the Har
ry Jewell farm home near Greg
ory, S.D.
Mrs. Joe Knievel attended the
funeral for Henry Venteicher at
Pierce on Tuesday, September 9.
Mrs. Fred Harpster is staying
with her mother in Ewing for a
few days while Anita Lu and
sons are on a trip to Colorado.
Rolland Schrunk is teaching
the Pofahl school.
Mrs. Zoe Huffman is visiting
her daughter and family in Om
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller and
family were Norfolk visitors on
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer
and Elayne spent Sunday with
their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Temple of
Mr. ana Mrs. Stanley nose
and two sons of Iowa were
guests Tuesday, September 9, at
Glenn Harpster’s. On Sunday
the Glenn Harpsters attended a
Napier reunion at Richard Na
pier’s in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Rose and sons of Clarence, la.
Jack Bartak, who is in the air
force and has been stationed at
Denver, Colo., is on a leave and
is at home. He is the eldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bartak.
Mr .and Mrs. Henry Reimer
and Elavne attended the Halsey
forest 50th anniversary celebra
tion at Halsey forest Sunday.
Sammy Stearns is teachiftg
the Michael school southwest of
Thursday and Friday guests of
the Clyde and Dean Streeter
families were the ladies’ brother
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Williams of Sheridan, Wyo.
Miss Dorothy Bennett returned
Wednesday, September 10 from
Minneapolis, Minn., where she
had taken her sister, Miss Bar
bara, to attend college.
Mrs. Earl Farr and children
spent the weekend in Valentine
visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parks have
moved into an apartment in the
McCaffery house.
Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Elgin Ray and daughter,
Mary Louise, were Mrs. Ray’s
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Waite
of Ainsworth.
Mr. and Mrs. William Watson
and children returned Wednes
day, September 10, from a two
weeks visit at Rapid on?/, S.D.
Winners Named in
Flower Competition
At the second annual district
Federated Garden clubs flower
display and show held at the Mc
Intosh Jewelry here on Saturday,
winners in the three classes were:
Tall arrangement — Mrs. Henry
Walters, Beautiful Valley club of
Chambers, first; Mrs. Mabel Grif
fin, Iris club of Atkinson, second.
Buffet arrangement: Mrs. Ma
bel Griffin, Civic Improvement
club of Atkinson, first; Mrs. Leon
Beckwith of Emmet, Golden Rod
club of Atkinson, second.
Centerpiece arrangement: Mrs.
C. V. Robertson, Beautiful Val
ley club of Chambers, first; Mrs.
Charles Tasler, Golden Rod club
of Atkinson, second.
212 Clubbers Grab
Many Laurels—
The 212 South Fork 4-H club
met at the district 212 school for
a regular session Saturday af
ternoon, September 13.
After the business meeting the
club presented Joellyn Backhaus
a record carrier as a gift. This is
Joellyn’s final year in club woik.
For lunch the Ermers brought
watermelons and muskmellons.
At the tri-county fair we re
ceived 30 blues, 37 reds. 16 whites
and four blues on demonstra
tions. That evening we took part
in the district share the fun fes
tival and won a blue ribbon.
We exhibited at the Holt coun
tv fair, having 23 head of calves
there along with our other ex
hibits. Donald Strong had the
erand champion baby beef and
Bobby Gartner had a ourple rib
bon stocker-feeder. We won 48
blues. 35 reds, and 14 whites.
Donald Strong placed third in
tractor driving and fifth in live
stock judging. Kenneth Back
haus placed third In livestock
Joellyn Backnaus placed sec
ond in foods judging.
Ten members and their par
ents attended the state fair at
Lincoln. Joellyn and Jeanene
Backhaus gave a demonstration
receiving a blue ribbon.
Our next meeting will be at
district 65 on September 26. —
Gary Holcomb, reporter.
Saturday dinner guests of Mrs.
Robert White were Mrs. Ray Wil
son and Mrs. Willa Schollmeyer
and sons, Bruce and Bardy Joe
of Redbird. Afternoon callers
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase of
San Diego, Calif., Clarence Mc
Donald of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank McDonald, Mrs. Lyle Luber
and Mr. and Mrs. Tom White, all
of Dorsey.
Mrs. Ruth Morgan and Mrs.
Harold Leise were recent visitors
in the Jack Bailey home. Earl
Eppenbach and daugther, Peggy,
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Bailey.
Rock Falls News
Guests at Bill Claussen’s all
day, Sept. 7, included Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Johnson and Linda,
Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz,
Gwenda and Trudy, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Rakes, Helen and
Mrs. Ethel Brown, Jo Ann
Sanders and Arlen Brown were
guests Friday, Sept. 5, at the
nome of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Sept. 7 dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis f3rown were Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon Sieber and
, Jody.
Guests at the Roy Margritz
home Thursday, Sept. 4, for sup
per included Mr. and Mrs. Lvle
Vequist and family, Mr and
Mrs. Francis Curran, Betty and
Mary Lou.
Don Engel and son, Mike, and
Walter Sire called at Roy Mar
gritz’s Friday, September 5.
These town fellows like roast
ing ears, too. preferably out of a*
farmer’s field where it doesn’t
cost anything. But having the
owner catch them getting it and
then the com being too hard to
use—that’s really hard luck!
Things do go wrong here and
there though—like the bed col
lapsing and dumping tired peo
ple on the floor, teeth that fly
out with every sneeze, and
neighbors who come calling at 3
o’clock in the morning, leaning
on the horn. The occasion? Oh,
just wondered if someone was
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ross and
family were Sunday guests of
Mr. Ross’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ross of Dorsey.
Mr. ana Mrs. Carl Schenzel
were dinner guests at the Howard
Summers home in Norfolk in
honor of the birthday anniversary
of Mrs. Schenzels sister, Mrs. Ru
by Miller. They also called on
Anna Kayl.
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