The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 09, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 7, Image 7

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    WSCS to Observe
United Nations’ Day
AMELIA—The WSCS met on
Wednesday, September 24, at the
Bill Ragland home. The worship
service entitled, ‘‘O Tell Ye the
Story,” was led by Mrs. Eva
Backhaus.
The study, “The Book of Acts,”
was in charge of several mem
bers.
The business meeting was pre
sided over by the president, Mrs.
Vem Sageser. Among future
plans now being worked on are
observance of United Nation’s
day and a church supper. P^ans
were also made to serve lunch at
the Elmer Coolidge sale being
held Friday, October 10.
Several short but interesting
reports were given by members
attending the district seminar
held Tuesday, September 23, in
O’Neill.
A colorful lunch was served by
Mrs. Clyde Doolittle and Mrs.
Elsie Doolittle.
The next meeting will be Oc
tober 22 at the home of Mrs. Har
old Fullerton.
Other Amelia News
Mr. and Mrs. William Fryrear
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce
attended pancake day at Yank
ton, S.D., Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Newkirk of
Lincoln spent the weekend with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rav
Andersen.
Mrs. Emma Lindsey accom
panied Mr. and Mrs. Dwight
Kenny to Omaha Friday where
she is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
P. L. Strenger, and family.
Mrs. Julia White returned
home Tuesday, September 30,
from visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Frank Braddock, at Hawes, S.D.,
and her son, Ray White, and fam
ily at Martin, S.D.
The Amelia Progressive club
ROYAL THEATRE
— O NEILL —
Thursday. October ft
Family Nighi
DARLING. HOW COULD YOU
Starring Joan Fontaine, John
Lund, Mona Freeman, Peter
Hanson. When the shades are
drawn . . . and the candles are
lit . . . and the champagne is iced
. . . you can bet there’s a blonde
in the closet.
Family Night—83c, tax 17c, ToL
SI.00. Adm. 42c, plus tax 8c, To
tal 50c. Children 10c, plus tax 2c.
Total 12c
FrL-Sat. Oct. 10-11
Anne Baxter, Dale Robertson,
Miriam Hopkins, with Cameron
Mitchell, Craig Hill, Barbara
Bates, Billy Lynn. Bret Hart’s
big, bold, brawling epic of the
frontier —
THE OUTCASTS OF POKER
FLAT
Admission 42c, plus tax 8c. total
50c. Children 10c, plus 2c tax. to
tal 12c. Children under 12 free,
when accompanied by parent.
Matinee Saturday 2:30
Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Oct. 12-13-14
JUMPING JACKS
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in
Hal Wallis’ production. It’s a rip
roaring riot! When Dean and
Jerry reach for their rip-cords.—
Co-starring Mona Freeman, with
Don DeFore, Robert Straus. Sa
lute these new song hits! “The
Parachute Jump,” “The Big Blue
Sky Is the Place for Me,” “I
Know a Dream When I See One,”
“I Can’t Resist a Boy in Uni
form,” “Keep a Little Dream
Handy.”
Adm. 42c, plus tax 8c. Total 50c—
Matinee Sunday 2:30. Adm. 42c,
tax 8c, total 50c. Children 10c,
plus tax 2c, Total 12c. Children
under 12 free when accompanied
by parent
met October 2 at the home of
Mrs. Vem Sageser. There were
nine members and one visitor
present. The lesson on “Home
Nursing” was presented by Mrs.
Sageser and Mrs. Clyde Widman.
Election of officers was held with
these results: Mrs. Ralph Rees,
president; Mrs. Paul Fisher, vice
president; Mrs. Link Sageser,
secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Ju
lia White, news reporter; Mrs.
Clyde Widman, music leader;
Mrs. Alvin Forbes, health and
safety leader; Mrs. Bertha Sam
mons, reading leader. Mrs. Clyde
Burge and Joyce were visitors.
The Merry Matrons club will
meet Thursday, October 18, at
the home of Mrs. Bob Clifford.
Mrs. Harlan Dierking will be co
hostess.
Rev. and Mrs. Albert Lugins
land had the following relatives
as guests the past weekend: His
brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Luginsland of
Dunlap, Kans.; sisters, Mrs. Lu
cas Buss, and her husband, and
Mrs. Kathryn Buss, all of Holton,
Kans., and his mother, Mrs. Am
elia Luginsland of Americus.
Kans., who stayed for a longer
visit. The others left for their
homes Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Watson and
Mrs. Blake Ott went to Omaha
■ Monday where they are visiting
their daughters, Mrs. Arthur Tib
j betts and Mrs. Gloria Landrum,
and their families.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Andersen,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Newkirk and
Mr. and Mrs. Earnie Johnston
were Sunday dinner guests at
Lew Backhaus’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clemens
and family of Ravania, S.D., were
visiting relatives in the Amelia
community Sunday and Monday.
Ralph Kelly dug a new well
for Raymond Kenny Saturday.
Paul Fisher sold calves at the
Burwell market Friday?'
Mr. and Mrs. Glen White and
Venita were Burwell callers Sat
urday.
Mrs. Hansberry of Chambers
called on Mrs. Tom Doolittle, sr.,
and Mrs. Ed White Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Widman
and Marcia Ruth were in Lincoln
the weekend of September 26
where Mr. Widman attended a
meeting. They visited at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. Duane
Hutchison at Pauline on their
way home. Mrs. Belle Widman
visited in O’Neill at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Burch while
they were away.
Mrs. Gloria Landrum and Sally
Ann are nicely settled in Omaha
and Mrs. Landrum has employ
ment in an office.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murray
and daughters, Cleta and Demar
is, of O’Neill were Sunday, Sep
tember 28, visitors at the Floyd
Adams home.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Milton re
turned to their home in Denver,
Colo., Friday, September 25, af
ter a week’s visit with relatives
and friends here. Her father, H.
S. White, returned home with
them for a visit.
Mrs. S. C. Barnett’s nephew,
Raymond Adams, and his broth
en-in-law from Adams spent the
forepart of the week visiting at
the Barnett home. They Were
looking for cattle to buy.
CHAMBERS NEWS
Attending the first rural home
makers 1,000-plate luncheon in
Norfolk Wednesday, October 1,
from this community were Mrs.
Ed White of Amelia, Mrs. Ken
neth Werner, Mrs. Duane Mc
Kay, Mrs. Ray Beed and Mrs.
E. R. Carpenter, all of Chambers.
The luncheon was given by the
Norfolk Chamber of Commerce.
Accompaning the group to Nor
folk were Mrs. M. L Sageser,
Mrs. Vern Sageser and Mrs. Ray
mond Kinney. The latter also vis
ited her daughter, Mrs. Gordon
Brown and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Neilson and
Mrs. Halloway spent a few days
the first of the week in Grand
Island.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Deirking left
Sunday, October 5, for southern
California where they plan to
spend the winter. They will be
near her daughter, Mrs. Osro
Dean and family.
Mrs. Charlotte Honeywell re
turned home Sunday from the
Frank Urban home at Ewing
where she had been visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tibbettsi
drove to Winner, S. D., Saturday.
Walt Richards entertained a
group of friends at a dinner at
his home Sunday evening. Ante
lope meat, which Mr. Richards
bagged earlier in Wyoming, was
served with all the trimmings.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Chris McGinn, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Wyant, George Porter,
Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Tibbets, Mr,
and Mrs. L. V. Cooper, Genevieve
Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
$pann.
The Walther league of St.
Paul’s Lutheran church met Sun
day evening at the church. The
following officers were elected:
Vivian Harley, president; Ardeth
Walter, vice-president; Dorothy
Haake, secretary; Ronald Haake,
treasurer.
At the republican caucus of
Conley township held recently,
Lawrence Tangeman was nomi
nated for clerk, Joe Holmoke,
treasurer, and Emerson Loeske,
justice of the peace.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Elkins
have purchased the sandwich
shop owned and operated by Ed
win Worek. They plan to open
a cafe.
Sunday afternoon visitors in
the Andrew Gilbert home were
Mr. and Mrs. William Jutte, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Neilson and Mrs.
Halloway.
Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Grossnick
laus and children drove to Grand
Island Sunday where they vis
ited his cousin and wife, Mr. and.
Mrs. Eli Thomsen, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter
were Sunday dinner guests in
the Omar McClenahan home.
Mrs. Frank Porter accomp
anied her husband on his truck
ing trip to Omaha Monday.
Mrs. Lela Corcoran and Kath
eryn Newhouse went to Lincoln
Friday where they spent the
weekend visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shavlik and
Pamela returned Sunday from a
week’s trip to Dubois, Wyo., to
hunt and fish. They were ac
companied by Reed Grubb, who
visited his son and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Grubb, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hubbard
left the same day and accomp
anied them as far as the Black
Hills, S. D., where they were
until Thursday, October 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harley
drove to Grand Island Sunday,
October 5, to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Duke Struebing, and family.
The Struebing family have just
moved into their new home
which they have built in Grand
Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Nerman Merwes,
Mrs. Margaret Merwes of Grand
Island and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Schwin of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
visited in the John Dankert horns
Monay, September 29. Mrs.
Schwin is a sister of Mrs. Dam
kert. Herman Merrves is a broth
er and Msr. Margaret Merwes is
Mrs. Dankert’s mother.
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METHODIST (O'Neill)
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Thursday, October 9: Woman’s
Society of Christian Service
meets in the church basement,
2:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal at 7
p.m.
Sunday, October 12: That’s
loyalty Sunday at your church!
We express our loyalty in at
least three ways: First, if we are
loyal to our Methodist church,
we attend the church school with
our own age group at 10 a.m.
Second, if we are loyal to our
Methodist church, we will attend
the worship service at 11 a m.
Third, if we are loyal to our
Methodist church we will express
that loyalty in a definite promise
of a plan of giving to that
church’s work at home and in the
worldwide missionary endeavor.
Watch for that letter number
three.
Intermediate fellowship at 6:30
p.m. in the new addition.
The senior fellowship meets at
the church at 1:30 p.m. and will
go to Plainview for a district
rally. That’s the fall meeting of
the northeast district Methodist
youth fellowship. Calling all
youth! It’s a meeting that will be
long remembered. If you want to
go see or contact Miss Alice
Young.
ASSEMBLY ?OF GOD (O'Neill)
Rev. Wayne A. Hall, pastor
We thank the Lord for all that
have accepted Christ as their
Savior, the many that have been
healed in their bodies and for
those that have received an in
filling of the Holy Spirit during
the present revival campaign.
Reverend and Mrs. Hanson
will be with us each night this
week. We invite all who want to
hear the old time gospel and see
what God is doing in our midst
to come each day at 8 p.m.
Sunday, October 12: Sunday
school, 1(1 a.m. Let’s break the
record attendance again this
week. Worship service at 11 a.m.
Evangelistic service at 8 p.m., fi
nal message of Reverend Hanson.
Tuesday, October 14: Young
people’s meeting, 8 p.m.
Wednesday, October 15: Bible
study and prayer service at 8
p.m.
Thursday, October 16: Ladies’
prayer meeting at 2 p.m.
CHRIST LUTHERAN (O'Neill)
(Corner of 7th & Clay)
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Thursday, October 9: Young
people’s skating party at Plain -
view rink, 8 p.m.
Friday, October TO: Adult in
struction class, 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 11: Second
year confirmation instruction,
2:3t) p.m.
Sunday, October 12: Sunday
school, 10 a.m. Divine worship,
11:15 a.m. Sunday-school teach
ers’ institute at Immanuel Luth
eran church, Atkinson, 3 p.m.
Tuesday, October 14: Men’s
chib meeting, 8 p.m.
We bid everyone a sincere wel
come in the name of the crucified
Christ. If you have no church
home we cordially invite you to
worship with us regularlv.
WESLEYAN METHODIST
. (O'Neill)
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Friday, October 10, 8 p.m.: We
have been planning for several
months on having this great 16
mm. sound film illustrating Pil
grim’s Progress. No doubt many
of you have read the book in
English literature in public
school and now you have the op
portunity to see the film in col
or. There ought be nothing more
important right now in this pres
ent day than our careful walk
with God.
Sunday, October 12: Sunday
school, 10 a.m.; Robert Strong,
superintendent; worship, 11 a.m.;
Sunday evening singspiration
and evangelistic service, 7 30
P-m.
METHODIST (Emmet)
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Every Sunday of every month
brings the people of Emmet an
unparalleled opportunity to wor
ship the God and Father revealed
by His Son, Jesus, called the
Christ. This coming Sunday,
come to church and meet your
neighbors there. The services for
adults and children begin at 9:45
a.m.
Monday, October 13, at 8 p.m.,
the official board of the Metho
dist church will hold its first
meeting of the fall at the church.
We are hoping that all members
of the board as named by the
fourth quarterly conference last
spring will be present.
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN
(Atkinson)
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Sunday, October 12: Divine
worship, 9:30 a.m. Sunday-school,
10:30 a.m. Sunday-school teach
ers’ institute, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, October 15: Chil
J—0.*1 s con^^rmation instruction.
7:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 16: Quarter
ly.0^1’’5 meeting, 7:30 p.m.
Visitors are welcome to all ser
vices and activities of this con
gregation.
METHODIST (Chambers)
Kev. L. R. Hansberry, pastor
Sunday-school, 10:30*a.m., Clair
Grimes, superintendent
Worship, 11:30 a.m.
The Women’s Society of Chris
tian Service will meet Thursday,
r the home of Mrs.
William Woods.
Layman’s Sunday is October
19. The laymen are planning to
have charge of services.
CENTER UNION (O'Neill)
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Prayer meeting each Wednes
day evening, 8 o’clock.
Sunday, October 12: Worship,
10 a.m.; Sunday-school, 11 a.m.;
young peoDle’s service and Bible
study, 7:30 p.m.
We are happy for a new floor
furnace which was installed a
few days ago.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
(O'Neill)
Rev. Samuel Lee, pastor
Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m., wor
ship, H a.m. Junior high West
minster fellowship, Sunday, 5
7 p.m. Senior high Westminster
fellowship, Thursday, 6 p.m.
Cherub choir practice, Satur
day, 10 a.m.
The finance committee of the
church will meet in the pastor’s
study on Friday evening at 7:30.
Next Sunday morning the pas
tor will be conducting commun
ion services in the Atkinson, Stu
art and Cleveland churches, and
Miss Eloise Rustad will occupy
the pulpit. Her work is highly
spoken of and each member
should hear her message on Sun
day morning. #
October 23 has been set as the
date for a planning conference of
all officers of all organizations of
the church. If you are an officer,
please set aside this date and
plan to be present.
Sunday, October 19, will be
men’s day in our church. Men of 1
the local chapter of Presbyterian
men will conduct the morning
service and bring informative
messages on the work of the
church through the past 150 years.
The regular meeting of the
men of the church will be held on
Monday evening, October 20.
Plans are being made for the
men to invite their wives or
friends.
METHODIST (Inman)
Rev. Charles C. Chappell, pastor
WSCS will meet today (Thurs
day) at 2 p.m.
Sunday, October 12 District
youth fellowship meets at Plain
view, registration at 2:45 p.m.
Fall festival October 18: Pa
rade, 9:45 a.m.; O’Neill Saddle
club exhibition, 10:30 a.m.; 4-H
program, 11:15 a.m.; novelty
races, 11:30 a.m.; chicken dinner
at noon; band concert, 12:15 p.m.;
Dwight Dell speaks, 1 p.m.; auc
tion, 2 p.m. church service, 7:30
p.m.
CHURCH OF CHRIST (O'Neill)
Corner Sixth and Grant
John Thomas, pastor
Bible school, 10 a.m. Commun
ion and preaching, 11 a.m. The
morning message will be entitled
“Faithful Until Death.”
Evening worship at 8 o’clock.
The evening message, “Christ,
the Bridge Builder,” will be
brought by Clair Utterback of
Clearwater.
Bible study and prayer meet
ing Wednesday at 8 p.m.
PAGE NEWS
Bobbie Sorensen came from
Creighton Saturday and visited
until Monday with his parents,
i Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sorensen, sr.
Mrs. Minnie Lines is staying
at the home of Misses Grace and
Nelle Wood, where she expects
to make her home.
Mrs. Dora Townsend went to
Hartington Monday and will visit
until Thursday at the home of
her son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Trow
bridge and Judith were dinner
guests last Thursday evening of
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Trowbridge
at Plainview.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson
and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Haynes and family were dinner
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Haynes and Miss Viola.
Eight members of the Gei-to
Gether club and their families
had a wiener roast supper at the
Norman Saltz home Sunday eve
ning. After supper the evening
was spent playing pitch.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Asher and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Asher and
family were guests Sunday in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz
Fuelberth at Osmond. Mrs. Kate
Fuelberth of Osmond was a din
ner guest at the home.
Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Robinson
spent from Saturday until Tues
day visiting at the home of Mrs.
Robinson’s grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Haynes, and with oth
er relatives at Page. Mr. Robin
son has recently received his dis
charge from the army and is en
route from New York to Colo
rado Springs, Colo., where they
plan to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Matschullat
spent Sunday with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Albert Anthony, and
children of Bloomfield. Albert
Anthony, who has spent the past
eight months at Bluejay air base,
at Thule, Greenland, returned
home by plane. He arrived in
Sioux City Monday. Mrs. An
thony and children went there
to meet him.
The 12th anniversary of the
WSCS was observed at a meeting
at the Methodist church parlors
last Thursday afternoon. The col
lection amounted to $12 and will
be sent to Liberia. Mrs. Elmer
Trowbridge led the devotions
and was assisted in giving the les
son on Africa by Mesdames Har
ry Harper, Herbert Steinberg
and William Neubauer. Mrs.
Henry Fleming of Ewing was a
guest. Hostesses were Mrs. Harry
Tegeler and Mrs. Dora Townsend.
Floyd Cullen, son of Mr and
Mrs. Harry Cullen of Ralston,
Wyo., won a soil and water con
servation award given this year.
He will receive a trip to the FFA
national convention in Kansas
City, Mo., on October 13-16 with
all expenses paid.
Supper guests Sunday evening
of Mr. and Mrs. William Neu
bauer included Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Haynes and Miss Viola,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Neubauer,
Mrs. Emma Canaday, Misses
Grace and Nelle Wood and Paul
Visit 111 Son—
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tomlinson
went to Lincoln over the week
end to attend the Nebraska-Iowa
State football game and to see
their son, Eddie, who attends ag
ricultural college. Eddie has been
dismissed from the hospital and
is able to go to school but is un
able to play football or take
ROTC training. He is suffering
from amoebises.
Mrs. Wood Hostess—
CHAMBERS— The American
Legion auxiliary met Friday eve
ning, October 3, at the home of
Mrs. Esther Wood. About 10
members were present. The pres
ident, Mrs. Nellie Medcalf, was
in charge of the business ses
sion. A few business matters
were discussed and communica
tions read, after which luncn
was served by the hostesses, Mrs.
Wood and Mrs. Ruth Spath.
REENLISTS IN MARINES
Marine Pfc. Gerald Davidson
arrived home Monday evening to
spend a 30 - day discharge fur
lough with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Davidson. He received
his discharge at Ft Pendleton,
Calif., and then immediately re
enlisted in the marine corps for
an additional six years. He has
not received his orders for his
new assignment.
Numerous Distant
Buyers Are Expected
Ranchers and 4-H club mem
bers are making plans to bring
their calves into the Holt coun
ty 4-H club calf show and sale
in O’Neill on Wednesday, Octo
ber 15.
Managers Lyle Dierks and Neil
Dawes report that they have re
ceived numerous requests from
out-of-state buyers for informa
tion about the show and sale. It
appears that there will be many
buyers here to buy good calves
suitable for 4-H club work.
Ranchers and farmers are urg
ed to select some top calves and
bring thean into the show and
sale which starts with the show
at 9 a. m. and the sale at 1:30
p. m.
The commercial calves will be
judged in the pens in single lots
or lots of five. They will be sold
either as singles or groups.
O'NEILL LOCALS
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evans and
Dorothy were Sunday guests at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Evans and family. They celebrat
ed the birthday anniversary of
Dorothy Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brown, jr..
of Grand Island were weekend
guests of Mrs. Kay V. Eidenmiller.
Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Neil Dawes were Mrs.
Dawes’ parents and her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Swan and
Shirley of Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs, James M. Corkle
returned Monday night from a
hunting trip near Sheridan and
Gillette, Wyo. They acquired,
their limit of one deer and one
antelope.
Venetian blinds, prompt deliv
ery, made to measure, metal or
wood, all colors.—J. ML McDon
ads's, O'Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Elkins of
Oakland were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Buckmaster.
They also visited Mr. and Mrs.
Swede Elkins and family at
Johnstown and relatives at
Chambers.
Mrs. Lizzie Buckmaster of
Royal is visiting a few days with
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Dale Buckmaster.
w. F. FINLEY, M.D.
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