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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1952)
Killed in Kore«
Grandson of Emmet
EMMET—Mr. and Mrs. William
Newton recieved word Wednes
day afternoon, September 10 stat
ing their grandson, Sgt. James
(“Jimmy”) Newton, had been
killed in action September 5.
He was serving with a tank
battalion in Korea. Sergeant
Newton went overseas about a
year ago and was stationed in Ja
pan about seven months doing
•company office work before be
ing transferred to Korea.
He was known at Emmet, hav
ing worked in this community
one fall before going into the
service. His parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Newton of Laurel.
Other Emmet News
Mr. and Mrs. James O’Connor
returned home Saturday after
spending the last week visiting
Mr. O’Connor’s sister, Mrs. Bea
Powell at Denver, Colo.
Mrs. Bob Fox took care of the
Paul Newton children last week
while Mrs. Newton worked at
the John Conard store.
Mrs. Larry Tenborg and son,
Greg, visited Mrs. Cecil Spry in
Mrs. Alex McConnell spent
Friday visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Freddie Saunto, and family
Miss Mary Lou Conard spent
last week visiting at the D. C.
Schaffer home in O’Neill while
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Conard, were in Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fox and
daughter, Barbara, visited at the
Bob Tomlinson home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Weber of
Ainsworth visited at the Joe Win
kler home Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tomlinson
were dinner guests at the Gilbert
Fox home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schultz and
family of Atkinson were guests at
the Charley Abart home Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robertson
left for Ft. Knox, Ky., Wednes
day, September 10. They had
been visiting at the Chas. Abart
home. Dercy Abart left Tuesday,
September 9, for Garden City,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wortman and
Lenore and Paul of West Point
were guests at the Alvin Klop
penborg home Sunday.
Mrs. Alice Hill and Mrs. Henry
Kloppenborg and daughter, Ruby
left Sunday for Hastings on busi
ness. From there they will go to
Lincoln and Omaha and then to
the Ozarks in Missouri. They
will be gone for a week.
Mrs. Joe Ziska and son, Paul,
visited Mrs. Emma Maring Tues
day, September 9.
A. A. Hiatt and Ruth Hoffman
visited Mrs. Emma Maring and
sons, Oliver and Homer Thurs
day afternoon, September 11.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Weidge re
turned home from Omaha Sun
day where they had spent a
Ronnie Murphy was a Thurs
day overnight guest of Mr. and
Mrs. James Murphy of O’Neill.
Donnie Kloppenborg spent the
weekend with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Kloppenborg. He
is attending Norfolk Junior col
Michael Troshynski was a
weekend guest at the Jack Mur
Mrs. Walter Puckett of Atkin
son spent Friday evening with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Maureen Murphy spent the
weekend with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Murphy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Conard and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cole re
turned home Sunday evening
from northern Canada where
they had gone for their vacation.
Mrs. Margaret Allen and John
Pribil were Sunday evening din
ner guests at the Jerold Dusat
Mrs. Bill Serck and Mrs. Agnes
Gaffney have started a kinder
garten Sunday school class for
the small children at the Metho
dist church at Emmet. There
were 12 children attending.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clouse of
O’Neill drove Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Newton to Laurel Sunday to
visit Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Newton
Mr. and Mrs. John Kee visited
at the Wayne Bates home Sun
A/3c Roland Wills arrived here
Sunday night from Williams air
base, Phoenix, Ariz., for a two
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson
left Tuesday, September 9, for
Bogley, Minn., where they will
visit friends and relatives. They
will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Rock
well at Hannot, N.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Krugman
of Atkinson were supper guests
at the Harold Mlinar home Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yantzie and
son, James, Mr. and Mrs. Clancy
Rubeck of O’Neill were guests at
the Wayne Fox home Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Russel Yusten were guests for
dinner Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Henning of Atkinson Mr.
and Mrs. Lew Prange of Atkin
son were also present. .
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Janzing
and children visited recenily
with Mrs. Janzing’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Bruder of Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Paulson of
Laurel were guests on Sunday,
September 14, of Mr. and Mr?.
Sunday evening supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley
were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fox
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coenen
and family had as weekend
guests Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Jansen
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Marcellus
visited Sundav in Dallas, S.D.,
with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schwei
eert. Thev returned by way of
Soringview where they visited
Mrs. Marcellus’ father and broth
er, George Robertson and Ken
Mrs. Amie Mace, jr., spent last
week in Neligh helping to care
for her mother. Mrs. C. E. Brit
tel. who was ill.
Sunday, September 14, dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Lorenz and daughter were Mr.
Lorenz’ parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Lorenz, and his brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vin Lorenz, and children, all of
Miss Tillie Bartos visited with
friends in Pierce over the week
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Calendar: Friday, September
19: Dorcas society meets at the
church at 2 p.m.
Sunday, September 21: Chuch
school, 10 a.m., worship, 11 a.m.;
youth fellowship, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, September 23: Dis
trict WSCS seminar here in O’
Thursday, September 25: Choir
rehearsal fo all choir members.
It should be remembered that
the church school does not oper
ate for the benefit of children
alone. That study hour is set up
for the purpose of educating all
ages of the history and practice of
the Christian life! There are
classes for all ages. There are
teachers who have interest in.
their classes. There is a fine,
spiritual fellowship awaiting all
The morning worship service
is designed to meet the worship
needs of children and adults. To
meet those needs, music, scrip
tures and the spoken work in
prayer, children’s story and ser
mon are employed. The medita
tion at present is concerned with
a sermonic study of the parables
Jesus told concerning the lost
coin, the lost sheep and the prodi
gal son. The subject of ths com
ing Sunday’s sermon is: “The
The youth fellowship meetings
are now plural! Effective Sunday
evening, the intermediate fellow
ship and choir will be back in
session. Invited to attend are all
boys and girls who are in the
sixth, seventh and eighth grades.
The evening will be filled with
study and song. One of these
days the folks attending the
morning worship services will
hear them present a message in
song. The senior youth fellow
ship is designed to meet the needs
of youth in high school. But it
meets those needs only if they
ASSEMBLY OF GOD (O'Neill)
Rev. Wayne A. Hall, pastor
The special salvation and heal
ing campaign is in progress with
the Hanson Evangelists minister
ing. Many have been helped and
received spiritual blessing already.
The services begin each night at
8 o’clock. Don’t miss the inspira
tion, help and blessing that is
waiting for you.
Sunday, September 21: Sunday
school 10 a.m.; worship 1 a.m.;
evangelistic service 8 p.m.
Jesus went about doing good
and healing all that were op
pressed of the devil, for God was
Jesus also said: “Greater works
than these shall ye do; because I
go unto my Father.”
The day of miracles is not past,
just turn your faith loose.
Rev. Wallace 3. Smith, pastor
This (Thursday) evening, Sep
tember 18, is the date for the
quarterly conference for our
church. The time is 8 p.m. The
pastor is anxious that all mem
bers of the official board be pres
ent. Rev. Jay Laverne Jay, dis
trict superintendent of the north
east district, will conduct the
There are services every Sun
day morning at 9:45 a.m. at your
church at Emmet. There’s song,
sermon and prayer for those who
attend. For the little folks there’s
a nursery with a trained leader
telling the gospel story using
beautiful pictures. Sundayl is
God’s day. It should be used to
Rev. C. C. Chappell, pastor
Sunday-school, 10 a.m.
Worship, 11:15 a.m. i
Choir practice Thursday at 7
The official board will meet
this evening (Thursday) at 8
o’clock, Karl Keyes presiding.
WSCS meets at the church on
Thursday, September 25.
Election of Methodist youth
fellowship officers on September
25. Watch for announcement of
a fall hay ride!
Family life clinic, October 3,
4 and 5 at Atkinson, Dr. Charles
Rev. L. R. Hansberry, pastor
Sunday-school, 10:30 a.m., Clair
Worship, 11:30 a.m.
The WSCS will meet Thurs
day, September 18, at the
The men of the church are
planning to paint the outside of
the church Thursday, September
Try FRONTIER WANT ADS!
CHURCH OF CHRIST (O'Neill)
Corner Sixth and Grant
John Thomas, minister
Bible school at 10 a.m. Com
munion and preaching, 11 a.m.
The morning message will be
entitled, “Mammon, the God of
Anania and Saphira.”
Evening worship at 8 o’clock.
The evening message is entitled,
“Guilty As Charged.”
Bible study and prayer meeting
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
“Not unto us O Lord, not unto
us, but unto thy name give glory,
for thy mercy and for thy truth’s
We invite everyone to attend
these services and worship the
Lord with us.
EWING—Mrs. Earl Wright, di
rector of the Stafford school, re
ported that the school was broken
into during the weekend. The
phonograph with all the records
are missing and also a view-mas
ter. Sheriff Leo Tomjack was
Other Ewing News
Mr. and Mrs. Sis Ebbengaard
and their guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest Hopkins, of Long Beach,
Calif., returned home Monday
after a visit with Mrs. Ebben
gaard’s brother and family in
Omaha and her sister and fam
ily at Sumner.
Tuesday evening, September
9, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sanders
and family had as their guests
for 6 o’clock dinner Mr. and Mrs.
Forrest Hopkins of Long Beach,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith who
have spent several months on the
West coast, are back home again
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hamilton
and daughter Gloria attended the
funeral of Mrs. Hamilton’s uncle,
Neal Groeling at Venus on Friday
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rockey had
as their guests at the Town House
in O'Neill Thursday evening, Mr.
and Mrs. Forrest Hopkins and Mr.
and Mrs. Sis Ebbengaard.
The Clearwater Pinochle club
gathered at the Sis Ebbengaard
home on Friday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Forest Hopkins of Long
Beach, Calif., former members of
the club, were the honored guests.
A social hour and refreshments
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroe
der and son, Dwight, and Miss
Dorla Mlnarik attended the wed
ding of Mrs. Schroeders niece at
Pierce on Friday evening and also
the party given at King’s ball
room in Norfolk following the
Mr. and Mrs. Gail Boies had as
their guests Monday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Forrest Hopkins and
Mr. and Mrs. Sis Ebbengaard.
Mr. and Mrs. Robley Sisson, sr..
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Chmiel and family at dinner on
Miss Joan Angus of Los An
geles, Calif., is spending a month’s
vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Angus.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bergstrom
and daughter, Kay, were 6 o’clock
dinner guests Monday at the
home of her sister and brother-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hoff
man and family at Neligh.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wunner of
Chicago, 111., are vacationing at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Wunner. They will al
so spend some time at Scottsbluff
and visit her mother, Mrs. Henry
Wegner, at Orchard.
Mrs. Ray Angus and daughter,
Joan, went to York on Monday
where they were guests of Mrs.
Angus grandmother, Mrs. Ellen
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Huffman
returned home Sunday from a va
cation trip in Colorado. During
their absence, Miss Joan Angus,
of Los Angeles, Calif., assisted in
the Farmers State bank.
Mrs. Theodore Spes and daugh
ter, Judy, of Lincoln visited at
the home of Mrs. Catherine Spes
Mrs. Grace Briggs entertained
on Wednesday, September 10, at a
6 o’clock dinner. Mr. and Mrs.
Sis Ebbengaard and their guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hopkins of
Long Beach, Calif., were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Coe Butler came
Friday to visit with relatives in
Ewing and they also went to Her
rick, S.D., on Saturday where
they spent the day with Mr. and
Mrs. William Stanton.
Maj. and Mrs. E. D. McDonald
and son, Douglas, who have been
guests at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Butler, for the
past two weeks, left Wednesday,
September 10, for Vermilion, S.D.,
for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. McDonald before
returning to their home in St.
Vernon Rockey, a student at
Wesleyan university returned to
Lincoln with his aunt and uncle,
Mr. and Mrs. Coe Butler on Sun
Twelve neighbors and friends
were invited to the home of Mrs.
Andrew Olson on Friday after
noon for a party.
On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Hamilton and daughter, Gloria,
attended a shower for Mr. and
Mrs. Rex Risinger of Venus.
They were also guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Max LeMasters and
daughter in the evening of the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colfack
were callers on Sunday at the
Robert Shilousky home in Al
S/Sgt. John R. Shiffbauer is
enjoying a 30-day furlough with
his parents, Mr., and Mrs. John
Shiffbauer, and other relatives.
Sergeant Shiffbauer came from
Japan where he had spent three
of his four years in service in the
The American Legion and
auxiliary of Sanders post 214, met
Thursday evening at the Legion
club for a regular session. Com
mander Ralph Munn presided at
the Legion business meeting,
which consisted chiefly of routine
affairs. Dues for 1953 were col
lected. Mrs. Herbert Kirschmeier
conducted the business for the
auxiliary. Seven hundred pop
pies were ordered for 1953 poppy
day. There was a discussion on
donation of gifts by individual
members for the veterans gift
shop at the Veterans hospital,
Lincoln. The value of the gifts
this year will be $1.50. These
can be made or purchased. Mem
bers present paid their dues for
1953. On adjournment, light and
dark sandwiches, pickles, olives
and coffee were served by Mrs.
Willis Rockey and Mrs. Harold
Mrs. Roy M. Sauers
Party Honoree —
The Merri Myx club winners at
cards following a 1:30 dessert
luncheon at the home of Mrs. H.
G. Kruse on Tuesday afternoon
were Mrs. H. B. Hubbard and
Mrs. Roy M. Sauers.
A farewell gift was presented
to Mrs. Sauers. The party was in
her honor as she is leaving soon
to make her home in California.
for Guests —
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chase of
San Diego, Calif., and Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Richter of Portland,
Ore., were guests of honor at a
picnic dinner at Dora lake on
Sunday, September 14.
Others present included Clar
ence McDonald of Omaha, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom White, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank McDonald and Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Richter and 3
boys, all of Doreey; Mrs. Mary
Tomlinson and son, Larry, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert White and Ron
nie, Frank Fritton and daughter
and Charlie Richter and son.
Marks 6th Anniversary —
i Mrs. John Wildes entertained
19 little guests on Saturday after
noon, September 13, in honor of
her daughter, Claudette, who
was celebrating her sixth birth
day anniversary. Refreshments
consisting of cake, ice cream and
kool-ade were served after an af
ternoon spent playing games.
Miss Anna Marie Schmit and
Bill Schmit of Nenzel were Sun
day guests of their brother and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmit, an
We have just received a new engraving
machine and we will be pleased to engrave
. . . any piece this machine is designed to
handle, such as —
• WATCH CASES • IDENTIFICATION
• COMPACTS BRACELETS
• PENS & PENCILS
and many other items!
Offer Starts Thursday, Sept. 18, and
Ends Wednesday, Sept. 24, 5:30 p.m.
"Where Price and Quality Meet"
PANCAKE DAY in O’Neill — Sept. 30!
O’Neill Saddle Club
THEIR FIRST ANNUAL
Sunday, Sept. 21st, '52
CARNEY PARK O’NEILL, NEBR.
! 12:30-PARADE FORMS AT SALE BARN
1:30-GRAND ENTRY AT CARNEY PARK
CIRCLE S SADDLE CLUB PERFORMANCE
ANTELOPE COUNTY SADDLE CLUB PERFORMANCE
BOX B SADDLE CLUB PERFORMANCE
NIOBRARA RIVER PATROL SADDLE CLUB
SAND HILL BILLIES SADDLE CLUB PERFORMANCE
O’NEILL SADDLE CLUB PERFORMANCE
Events — Teams of Five from each Club Competing
Women’s Flag Race __ 1st, 5.00 Cash; 2nd, 5 Dance Tickets
Men’s Flag Race_ 1st, 5.00 Cash; 2nd, 5 Dance Tickets
Children Under 12 Flag Race_1st, $3.00; 2nd, $2.00
Potato Race — Barrel Race -- Egg Race — Surprise Race
Prizes Will Be Announced
ADMISSION: 50c — CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE
Western Dance in the Evening
AT THE LEGION CLUB
I Harley Hardware
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Christ Heals Today!
Are You Soul Sick?
Christ Saves Today!
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