The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, October 16, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 3, Image 3

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    Hip Broken When
Thrown from Horse!
Ferdinand Hupp in
Neligh Hospital
DELOIT— Ferdnand Hupp, -jr.,
who lives near here, was thrown
from a horse on Wednesday, Oc
tober 8. He managed to get to
the house from the pasture, was
taken to the Neligh hospjtal
where it was discovered he had
a broken hip. He is now in a cast
and will be laid up for 16 or 18
His mother underwent an
emergency appendectomy Satur
day at Norfolk.
Other Deloit News
The next farm bureau meeting
will be November 11 at Werk
meister’s. Pie and coffee will be
At the Ferdnand Hupp land
sale on Thursday, the improved
farm was not sold. Augustine
Thiele purchased the three quar
ters of unimproved land.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer and
Dan and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Tomjack drove to Grand Island
Wednesday evening, October 8,
to meet Nance Bauer and Mrs.
Jewell, who had been visiting in
Salt Lake City, Utah, and in Cal
ifornia or three weeks.
Janice Bartak had dental work
done in Oakdale on Wednesday,
October 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Tomjack
of Blue Springs spent the week
end at the Ralph Tomjack home.
The farm bureau county con
vention will meet today (Thurs
-day) at Bartlett.
HEO club met Thursday at
Fred Steams’. Mrs. Jewell was a
guest. The next meeting will be
November 13 at R. Tomjack’s.
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24 Hours
Other Repairs While You
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Philbrick Rites I
Held at Stuart
STUART—Funeral services
were held for Nathaniel Edward
Philbrick, 75, of Rapid City, S.D.,
on Thursday afternoon, October
9, at 2:30 p.m., in the Stuart
Community church.
Rev. Bonney of Rapid City, S.
D., was in charge of the services.
Mr. Philbrick was bom at Yale,
la., on December 16, 1876 and
came to Cedar County, Nebr.
On January 23, 1900 he was mar
ried to Alexandria Albertson at
They pioneered to Oklahoma,
then homesteaded in Mead coun
ty, Kans., but sold their home
stead rights and returned to Ne- j
They lived several years in the
Orchard and Ewing communities
then moved to the Cleveland com
munity in 1911 where they lived
until the spring of 1919 when
they moved to a farm northwest
of Stuart. In the fall of 1925,
they moved to Rapid City, S.D.,
and retired in Rapid City in 1940.
They celebrated their golden
wedding anniversary in 1950
when they had open-house in the
Stuart auditorium for their many
Mr. Philbrick was a member
of the Methodist church.
Survivors include: Widow; son
—Ora of Stuart; daughters—Mrs. 1
Henry (Buelah) Hutcheson of I
Stuart, Mm. Darrell (Bemeice)
Freeman of De Smet, S.D., Mrs.
Faye Bowden of Rapid City,
S.D.; brothers—Ferd of Denver,
Colo., Charles of Lancaster, Calif., j
Vere of Minneapolis, Minn.; sis
ter—Olive Wedding of Coleridge; >
12 grandchildren and eight great
grandchildren. ■
One son. Delmar, died in Feb- ,*
ruary, 1933. I
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Family Reunion Held
at Lalzel Home —
EWING—A family reunion was
held Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. John Latzel. In at
tendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ev
erett Voorhies, Gale and Joyce,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eacker, all
from Kalispell, Mont.; Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Kaczor and children
of Ewing; Mr. and Mrs. August
Thiele and family of Clearwater, 1
and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Voorhies
and daughter, Cathy, of Wayne.
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jACOBaON'S IN NEW HOME ... The Jacob
son appliance store last Thursday observed open
house in their new home in the IOOF building
on South Fourth street. Members of the store
staff were readying for a host of visitors when
this photograph was taken.—The Frontier Photo.
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Snafu Greets German Bride
STUART— Relatives honored
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hytrek with
a shower and welcomed Mrs. Hy
trek to America on Sunday eve
ning, October 12, at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Hytrek.
Miss Gabriele Breivogel of
Mannheim, Germany, and Fred
Hytrek, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hytrek, who was serving in
the U.S. army in Germany, were
married at Mannheim, Germany,
in July, 1951.
The bridegroom returned to
the United States in October.
1951, and received his release
from the army.
The bride has spent the past 16
months trying to get a visa to
come to the United States and
arrived in Stuart October 12.
Mrs. Hytrek flew to the States
and through a misunderstanding
Mr. Hytrek drove to Wilmington,
Del., expecting to meet his wife
at his sister’s home there. But the
bride landed in Massachusetts
and no bridegroom to meet her.
Kindly officials put the bewild
ered bride on a train to come to
Stuart and sent a message here.
After an exchange of messages
and phone calls to Delaware, the
couple met in Chicago, 111., and
finished the trip together.
Mrs. Hytrek writes and speaks
English fluently.
Relatives at the gathering were
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Marr, Mr.
. and Mrs. Frank Greger, jr., Jer
ry, Terry and Tim, Mr. and Mrs.
John Miksch, Mary Ann, Lorene
and Bob, Joe Miksch, Cecelia
Miksch, Mr. and Mrs. William
Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Hoffman, Billy and Alice, Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Shearer, Mary
Lynne and Jean, Teddy, Michael
and Bobby Jo King, Jim, Dick
and Jack Hytrek.
The evening was spent playing
cards, looking at photographs
and opening the many gifts the
couple received.
Mr. Hytrek is employed at the
Weichman Implement Co. and
the couple is living in the Weich
man apartments
1WO fathers each with two sons enter KC's P. Krysl and his two sons. Raymond and Law
. . . (left-to-right) Henry and Cornelius Murphy rence.—The Frontier Photo by John H. McCar
and their father, James P. Murphy, and William ville.
—-—--- A.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Marcellus
of Stuart and Mr. and Mrs. Don
ald Marcellus of Atkinson were
Thursday evening guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckwith
and son, Donnie, were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and 2\Irs.
Arthur Harley and family at At
kinson. The men spent the day
Join the
Continent- Wide
1st week — Prayer and Spiritual Awakening
2nd week )
3rd week J Evangelism by Visitation
Final weeks — Evangelistic Meetings
from Sunday to Sunday
Sundays at 1 I A.M. & 8 P.M.
Week Days at 8 P.M.
This church is participating in this great continent-wide
evangelistic campaign with an aim to bring
“Christ to Everyone”
of Minneapolis
Once Jazz Band Leader Will Be Here!
Also his musically talented wife— PIANIST & MARIMBIST
COME EVERY NIGHT — Bring the Whole Family
Saturday Night — Nov. 1 —8 P.M.
Knights Initiate 30;
Membership now 300
Thirty new members were in
itiated into the Knights of Co
lumbus on Sunday atfernoon.
This number swelled the member
n the Charles Carroll of
Carollton council 701 to an even
Among the newly initiated
members were two fathers and
their two sons from the James P.
Murphy and William P. Krysl
families, both of Stuart.
Degree teams were present
from Creighton and Omaha to
conduct the ceremonies.
In the evening a banquet was
held at the American Legion au
ditorium honoring the new mem
bers. *Nn hundred and fifty
members and their guests heard
nrincipal speaker. Rev. Po+or f.
Burke, pastor of St. Peter’s
church, Ewing, speak on the
“Evils of Communism.”
State KC officers present for
the initiation'ceremonies included
George M. McCarthy of r**vPiii.
state deputy George Deitrich of
Norfolk state advocate- and
Francis Wagner, district deputy.
Teachers Entertained
bv Ewing WSCS
EWING—“Home Missions Win
ing Human Rights” was the les
son topic given Wednesday af
ternoon, October 8, at the regular
meeting of the Women’s Society
of Christian Service at the Meth
odist church parlors.
Mrs. Earl Billings, who gave the
lesson also conducted the devo
tions. Brs. Benjamin Larson read
the scripture and gave a poem.
Second quarter supplies were al
lowed and Reraureeat^in^oinet
lowed and literature pertaining
to the week of prayer and self
denial, October 25 to 31, was giv
en to members. Mrs. Henry Flem
ing, president, had charge of the
business session.
An informal hour was held fol
lowing the meeting with the
teachers of the Ewing school as
guests. They were: Mrs. Elmer
Grimm, Miss Altha Lou MiRer,
Mrs. Murphy, Miss Murray, Mrs.
Catherine Rockey, Miss Lena
Baker. Miss Elsie Chase. Miss
Fern Pruden, Mrs. Amber Schlot
man. Other guests for the after
noon wore Mrs. Maud Brion and
Mrs. Willis Rockey.
The hotesses, Mrs. Waldo Davis
and Mrs. R. G. Rockey, served re
freshments at tables centred
with bouquets of colored chrysan
Kalhrvn Feger's
Engagement Told —
STUART—Mr. and Mrs. Wil
fred Seger announce the en
gagement of their daughter,
Kathryn, to Robert Weber, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wr^er. Miss
Seger is employed at the tele
phone office in O’Neal and Mr.
Weber left for 18 months of over
seas duty with the navy on Oc
tober 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bicek and
Beverly of Omaha were weekend
ffuests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Aurora, 111.
October 12, 1952
Editor, The Frontier:
Congratulations on your rine
“St. Anthony’s Hospital Maga
zine Supplement” of September
21, a copy of which was forward
ed to my address some days ago.
You have a splendid hospital,
which should prove a boon to
O’Neill and to the area there
The Frontier is, I see, now in
its 73rd year. At the time of its
inception, presumably in 1880, I
was a mere lad of four living on
our homestead in northern Ante
lope county, about five miles
north of the present village of
Royal where my sister, Mrs. R.
J. Hering, now lives.
I still have a friendly feeling
for the land of my early youth.
Later I spent three years in a
print shop at Woonsocket, S.D.,
in the office of the now defunct
Times. From South Dakota I
went to southern Indiana to at
tend college. There I was ordain
ed to the priesthood in 1905.
Thereafter I taught 15 years in
the high school department of
the seminary.
In 1919 I was selected to es
tablish a small religious maga
zine, The Grail. My previous ex
perience in the print shop proved
very helpful.
Here at Aurora our communi
ty conducts the Marmion military
academy for boys. We have both
boarders and day students.
I trust you will pardon this
little story about myself, but I
thought possibly you might be
interested to know something
about the writer of these lines.
With every good wish for
much success in your work, I am,
Very truly yours,
O.S.B., Prior.
Misses Kathy Seger and De
lores Hamik of O’Neill spent the
weekend with home folks.
Mrs. Thelma Wiggins, sister of
Mrs. Wilfred Seger, and son.
Jack, left Wednesday, October
15. They visited at Omaha and
Emporia, Kans., ernoute to their
home in California.
Edmund Kaup has been trans
ferred into the air force cadets
and is now stationed at Hondo,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tenborg and
family of Graettinger, la., visit
ed Sunday with the Walter
Smith, jr., family. Mr. Tenborg
is a brother of Mrs. Smith.
Weekend guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Beilin were Ed
Tunnicliff and Ed Cain of South
Sioux City.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Temp
lin and son, Stevie, will depart
today (Thursday) for their home
in Detroit, Mich., following a
four-day visit with Mrs. Temp
lin’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
E. Ressel.
On Tuesday, October 7, Mrs.
John R. Osenbaugh entertained
10 little guests in her home in
honor of the fourth birthday an
niversary of her son, Larry Lee.
Ice cream and birthday cake
weeke served.
L. D. Putnam attended the
sandhill feeders’ sale and ban
quet at Gordon Sunday.
Weekend guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gaskill
were Robert Gaskill of Neligb,
Harry Fleek of Wahoo, Dewey
Schulz of Bayard and Keith
Smith of Ceresco. The weekend
was spent duck hunting.
Eighteen eighth grade girls
from St. Mary’s academy honor
ed their classmate, Sharon Mur
ray, on her birthday anniversary
Sunday. The group went to Rock
Falls for a wiener roast. The af
ternoon was spent playing
games. Sharon received many
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Marcellus
drove to Springview Sundav to
visit her brother, Kenneth Rob
Mrs. Charles Bohny returned
to Santa Monica, Calif, Monday
after spending a month here vis
iting Mrs. Teresa Murray and
Mrs. Loren Nelson returned on
Tuesday morning after a month’s
visit with her niece, Mrs. Alice
James, of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fleek and
family of Chambers were Sun
day night guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gaskill.
Off-Campus Course
Is Scheduled—
The off - campus course,
“Speech,” III oc., held the first
meeting Monday, October 13.
The second meeting will be held
on Tuesday, October 21, at 8
o’clock at the courthouse assem
bly room.
This is a three hour class and
is open to evryone.
Carolyn Tamms of Ewing was
a weekend guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Marcellus
Rexall Store
Phone 87 — CTNeill
_ (Political Advertising) (Political Advertising)
Candidate for Re-election
, on the Non-Political Ballot to the
From the 28th District
A farm operator of northern Holt county
since 1906, who has been your representative
the past four years and has worked for all reasonable economy
and home rule during that time.
I thank you for past favors and shall appreciate your support
at the Election November 4, 1952
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