The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 09, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 4, Image 4
Lynch Six-Manners Lose First Two LYNCH—The Lynch high six man football squad already has dropped two games for the 1952 season, losing to Bonesteel, S.D, 8-32, in the opener and then suf fering a 13-40 setback at Butte. Remaining games: Oct. 10—Randolph, there. Oct. 17-nSt. Mary’s, O’Neill, here. Oct. 22—Niobrara, there. Oct. 31—Spencer, here. The following boys are out for football: Ronnie Carson, Duane Cassidy. Sid Greene, Gail Heiser, Gary Heiser, Ilian McDonald. Gary Micanek, Carmen Nor wood, Bill Rosicky, Kent Soulek, Bill Spelts, Dean Stewart, Keith Stewart, Dick Truax, Garry Wil son, Dennis Wheeler and Prank Wyant. The student managers are Charles Mulhair, Keith Anderson and: Willis Elassaser. LYNCH NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rosicky and Mr. and Mrs. Don Allen visited j the com palace at Mitchell, S.D., last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rutledge were O’Neill visitors 'Sunday, September 28. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mulhair and family visited at the Jonas Johnson home at Spencer Satur day, h Pauline Mulhair and Mrs. Bird Melsha of Gordon visited with Mrs. George Sedlacek at Butte Friday. * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kraem er and family are spending a 10 day vacation with relatives in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mulhair attended the silver wedding an niversary of Mrs. Mulhair’s sis ter at Battlecreek Sunday, Sep tember 28. A high school party was held in the school gymnasium Tues day evening. A lunch was served. Jo Ann Baker is attending a commercial school at Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bessert of Mitchell are here visiting rela tives. 5 CYN Jack Keller and family left for their home in Groton, <1 Conn., Friday after a month’s < furlough at the parental Guy Keller home and with other rela tives. Mr. and Msr. Henry Kriz of Grand Island spent from Satur- ; day until Monday with the for mer’s brother, Dr. R. E. Kriz, and family. SOUTH OF STUART NEWS Mrs. ouis Shald and children, Davy and Carol Sue, spent from Wednesday, October 1, to Sun day, October 5, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blake, at Springview. Jimmy Batenhorst, who works with the telephone company at Wayne, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Batenhorst. Mr. and Mrs. Z. X. Marshall were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tasler Sunday. October 5. Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer were Sunday, October 5, callers at the Herman Kramer family. Mr. Fred Tasler was notified Monday morning, October 6, of the death of his uncle, Joe Reisor, of Spencer. 7^ Tap Dancing Feature of Aux Entertainment A regular meeting of Simonson unit 93 of the American Legion auxiliary was held on Wednes day evening, October 1, at the Legion club with Mrs. Axel Borg, president, in charge. The auxiliary will serve a ban suet for the Knights of Columbus on Sunday evening, October 12, to 200 guests. Mrs. Borg and Mrs. Ann Winchell are banquet chair men. Volunteers for help are needed. Numbers were drawn for a carpet rag contest with Mrs. Neal Clark as chairman for the even numbers and Marjorie Shabe chairman for the odd numbers. Anyone not yet chosen for the contest can still draw a number. Mrs. H. D. Gildersleeve is city chairman. Dues for due for the year 1953. All members are urged to vote in the November election. The gift assignment for the Veterans Hospital is 10 gifts for ladies, 10 utility aprons and two dolls with blankets. It was voted to buy 2,500 poppies—the same number as last year. The following little girls tap danced: Carole Johnson, Linda daynes. Jeanette Fricke and Ja lette Harper. Group singing was held after he business meeting. Lunch committee for the next meeting ncludes Mrs. Claresse Sullivan, Vfrs. M. McClure, Mrs. Marie Mc Donald, Mrs. A. L. Fritton. Mrs Florence Schultz, Mrs. Ed Flood ind Mrs. Gene Sanders. EWING NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noffke, sr., had as guests at their home on Friday Mrs. Oscar Weinrich and son, Duane, and Kenneth Brackman of Sheboygan, Wise., and Mrs. Minnie Cronin of Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Noffke and family of Albion spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noffke, sr. Other guests the same day at the Nof fke home were Mike Cronin and children of Denver, Colo. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Kropp and family enter tained her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wagoner, also her cousin, Mrs. Leo Kent and children, all of Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kirsch mier and family spent Sunday with her parents in O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brittell. Donald Dunaway of Omaha spent the weekend with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duna way. Mrs. Edna Lofquest is having an addition built onto her resi dence which will be used as a bathroom and utility. Rev. F. A. Hand and Thomas Jacobsen are doing the work. Word has been received from Mrs. May Gemmill, who left Ewing September 24, that she was met at Cheyenne, Wyo., by her son, Fay Gemmill, and her daughter, Mrs. Rex Minshall, and family, and .continued on her way to Lander by car with them to make her home for the winter. Mrs. Gemmill attended the US navy band concert held in Lan der recently. She was accomp anied by her son, Fay. H. R. Porter returned Thurs day from Sioux City where he had gone on Tuesday to attend the funeral of a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pollock and family of Neligh and Miss Dorothy Pollock of O’Neill spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Pollock. A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Jensen. The honored guests were her sister and broth er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Williams, and family of Rich mond, Va. Others in attendance , were Mrs. Jensen’s parents, Mr. . and Mrs. H. C. Hanson of Verdel, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dryak and family of Verdel, Miss Norma Hanson of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. ! Jack Crosley and family of Cen ter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jensen and family of Meadow Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen and daughter of Ewing. Mrs. Maud Brion came from Ainsworth on Monday where she had accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hales of Brunswick, to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hunt. Mrs. llunt is the daughter of the Hales and is the former Helen Hales. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt have moved into their new home which has been com pleted recently. Miss Joellyn Tacker entertain ed the following guests at dinner Sunday evening. Janie McClel land and Glenna Strong of O’ Neill, Marcia Gibson and Joan Binkerd of Ewing. Mrs. Waldo Davis attended the talent show at Orchard last Thursday evening. Jeri Southern appeared in four numbers as a courtesy to her many friends in her old home town. After the snow, a party was given in her honor at the Legion club. Her sister, Miss Mary Herring, also was present. Mr. and Mrs. Davis who were neighbors of the Herr ing family some years ago, at tended the party. Mr. ana Mrs. Waldo Davis went j to Royal on Saturday where they attended the funeral of Floyd Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hamilton and daughter, Gloria, went to Lincoln on Saturday to attend the Nebraska-Iowa State football game. They returned to Blair in the evening where they were overnight guests at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gentzler. Mr. and Mrs. Avlin Hamilton and family attended a reunion of the Hines family held at Creigh ton Sunday. Mrs. Clara SoVinff^r of was called to Ewing on Monday by the serious illness of her father. Frank V^ndersnick, wVo died that evening. Frontier for Drinting! LETTERS TO EDITOR O’Neill, Nebr. October 6, 1952 Editor, The Frontier Dear Mr. Stewart, We were very glad to tour your newspaper plant and broad casting studio, and it was very interesting. I used to wonder if you folded all those papers by hand. What I liked best was the folder. Well, I better close for now. Your friends, RITA JANSEN, Teacher and Pupils of District 9 (Editor’s note: We were pleased to escort your school group through The Frontier, and hon estly, Rita, our backs would ache if we were obliged to fold 2,500 copies by hand. The folding is done by machine a few seconds after the printing is done. Come again!) O’Neill, Nebr. October 3, 1952 Dear Mr. Stewart, I am writing for our school to thank you for letting us four your newspaper office. We appreciated touring it very much. We have learned to spell the names of some of the machines in your printing office. One of the boys in school brought a small rotary printing set to school. Sincerely yours, GENE SCHNEIDER Grade 6, District 5 O’Neill, Nebr. October 3, 1952 Dear Mr. Stewart, Our school wishes to thank you for letting us tour your office. Everyone said that they liked to go through it and I wish to thank Mrs. Sauser for taking us through. It was very interesting. We have been talking about it ever since we came from there. Respectfully yours, BETTY JANE SCHNEIDER District 5, Grade 5. Mrs. Don Peterson and Pam left Wednesday for Lake Andes, S.D to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^eorge Padrnos. She plans to return Sunday. Mrs. Elsa Redlinger left Mon lay afternoon for Pamona, Calif ;o spend a month visiting her two sisters, Mrs. Merle Pereboom md Mrs. Velma Crawford. . Tune in! Voice of The Fron tier” • Mon-> Wed- Sat., 9:45 a.m., 780 kc., WJAG. 4th Street Market Prices Effective Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun. Mora ADA APPLES 1 A* Delicious. 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There were two students and one adult visitor from the Chambers FHA. Each received a FHA badge and pro gram. The morning session was opened with a welcome given by Miss Pruden, district advis or. She also introduced Supt. Lewis Carter, who welcomed the group to Ewing. The Ainsworth chapter gave the opening ritual followed by the devotions in charge of the Creighton chapter. This inspira- : tional part of the program con- ■ sisted of the reading of the 95th Psalm, followed by “Thoughts for the Day,” a duet, “In the Gar den,” and closed with a prayer. Lois Ann Bergstrom of Ewing led the group in the pledge of allegiance to the American flag. The next half hour was spent in group singing led by the music instructor, Paul Cooper o f Ewing, assisted by a trio from Neligh. In the six-six method of “Teen Talk” many and various ideas were suggested to Miss Loleta Gilchrist, publicity chairman of Ainsworth. She requested that all items to be published in “Teen Talk’’ be sent to her by Novem ber 10. Each member was urged to subscribe to “Teen Talk” which covers the FHA activities of the district. The Ainsworth chapter install ed the new district officers. The following officers were installed: Eleanor Davis of Bassett—presi dent; Shirley Boyd of Ainsworth, vice president; Helen Rotherham of Ewing — secretary; Barbara Sturek of Wheeler county (Bart lett) — parliamentarian; Bethyl Daniels of Ewing, historian; Lo leta Gilchrist of Ainsworth—pub licity chairman; Marilyn McClurg of Bassett—recreation chairman; Elayne Reimer of Wheeler coun ty (Bartlett)—song leader; Pat Squire of Wheeler dounty (Bart * lett)—pianist; Miss Pruden—ad visor Meeting adjourned with the FHA pledge at 12 oclock. Two hundred persons were served a noon day luncheon at the Ewing gymnasium. This had been pre pared by the Ewing FHA. Table decorations were carried out in red and white, the FHA colors. The guest table was centered with a bouquet of red roses. The menu included meat loaf, scal loped potatoes, buttered corn, beet pickle, jello salad, hot rolls, butter, jelly, gingerbread with whipped cream and milk. The welcome was given by Miss Jeanne Welke of Ewing and the resoonse by Harriet Stolp of Plainview. Joe'lyn Eacker of Ewinq sang two so los. "Blue Moon" and "Deep Purple", with Miss Marcia Gib son accompanist. Miss Pruden, introduced the guests. Springview chapter present ed a song, ‘‘Neapolitan Nights,” by their girls’ quartet composed of Janice Van Metre, Virginia Thiede, Lucy Painter, Hazel Ha ley, with Mr. Joel Sands at the piano. The luncheon program was concluded by Paul Cooper of Ewing playing request numbers on the piano. The guest speaker for the after noon was Miss Judy Willms of Coleridge, a senior who was chosen as a delegate to the na tional FHA held in Wisconsin this year. She gave interesting sketches of the proceedings of the convention and explained the stamp system which is being used to raise funds. The recreation period was ir charge of Marilyn McClurg. Othej entertainment included two skits “Toward New Horizons”, the FHA theme for the year. The skits were given by the Spring view and Plainview chapters. The FHA emblem ceremony was presented by the Neligh chaptei followed by the closing ritual. Miss Pruden, then invited the guests to make a tour of the Ewing home-making department in which several new imprpve ments have been made this year. The Ewing FHA t -eated * thj girls to i<jfe cream bars. Visit Iowa— Mesdames Clyde and Dean Streeter returned Monday eve ning from a four-day visit in Melrose, la. They went to Lin coln Thursday and were joined bv their sisters, Mrs. Bernard Matthews and Mrs. Ray Williams, who accompanied them to Oma ha where a cousin and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knowles, joined the group. They drove to Melrose together. - Star Meets Tonight— Symphony chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet tonight (Thursday) for a stated meeting. The Jobs Daughters and their sponsor of Ainsworth will be guests. All Eastern Stars and Masons are invited. Buzz Hill of Winner, S. D., spent the weekend visiting his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Buckmaster. 22 KT. GOLD DECORATED ' i AB&/ * JUST ADD IT TO / jgf YOUR I M: ACCOUNT ALL 94-P2ECES FOR ONLY $75.50 S Our Special Combination Offer gives you a 52-piece service for eight in 1847 Rogers Bros., America’s \JH Finest Silverplate PLUS a 42-piece service for eight in fine 22 Kt. gold decorated dinner-ware. 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