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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1952)
Arrives in Korea
Stuart Soldier Near
SOUTH OF STUART — Pfc.
Martin Miksch of this community
arrived in Japan October 1.
Meanwhile* he has been trans
ferred to Korea and is now near
the fighting area.
Other South of Stuart News
The TPM bridge club met at
the home of Mrs. Joy Greenfield
Tuesday, October 7. Prizes were
won by Mrs. Pat Murphy, Mrs.
Arthur Runnels and Mrs. Riley
Visitors at the Ed Miller home
Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Allen and grandson, Donald
Xirkland of Newport, and Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Bundy of Denver,
Colo. Mrs. Bundy is a niece of
Mr. and Mrs. George Keidel
and son, Dick, were Sunday din
ner guests at the Wesley Slay
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Sass of Ly
ons and Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Brokaw of Nickerson spent the
weekend at the Orville Paxton
Thursday, October 9, supper
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tas
ler were Mr. and Mrs. Adolph
Mlinar of Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krobot and
| Betty were visitors at the Vince
Obermire home north of Atkin
! son Friday.
Sunday evening supper guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Kra
mer were Mr. and Mrs. John
Kramer, Margaret and Larry and
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stracke.
The occasion was in honor of
Leon’s sixth birthday anniver
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Deseive and
son and Cecil Radcliff were Sun
day dinner guests at the Ed Mil
Miss Joan Coash, teacher in
district 188, spent the weekend
with her parents in Bassett.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kunz spent
| Wednesday and Thursday, Octo
' ber 8 and 9, in Omaha. While
i there they attended the Ak-Sar
Ben show. Their daughter,
Jeanie, visited her grandparents,
the E. O. Slaymakers, at Atkin
son while they were gone.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mlinar of
Atkinson spent from Wednesday,
October 8, to Sunday at the home
of their daughter, Mrs. Claude
Weekend guests of Sophie
Murphy at the J. P. Murphy
home were Miss Connie McGin
ley of Valentine and Bonita Muff
of O’Neill, students at St. Mary’s.
Mrs. Dorlin Lockmon and son,
Dennie, of Norfolk were dinner
I guests Sunday at the Vernon
I Hevne home.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hitchcock
and family were callers at the
Ray Greenfield home Sunday.
~"uesda''r afternoon. October 7,
callers at the Florian Schclz
^ome were Mr. and Mrs. George
Kaiser and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lauches of Stratford,
Wise., and Mrs. Henry Hamik of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhodes en
joyed Sunday dinner with their
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Pete Foxworthy, and fam
ily. north of Bassett.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shald spent
tve weekend at Gordon visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Don Wallinger and
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dickau of
Atkinson spent Monday at the
Henry Miksch home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mlinar of
Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Smith and sons. Lute and Clark,
of Amelia and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Mlinar of Atkinson were
Sunday dinner guests at the
Clarence Johnson home.
Sophie Murphy, daughter of
M’\ and Mrs. J. P. Murphy, en
tertained the seniors of St. Ma
ry’s academy of O’Neill at a hav
ride Friday evening. The group
enioved a lunch after the ride.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kaiser
and daughter, Eleanor, and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Lauches of Strat
ford, Wise., were Tuesday, Octo
ber 7, supper guests at the Frank
Weichman home. Mr. and Mrs.
Alois Kaup were callers later in
A guest this week at the Roy
Rhodes home is Mrs. Lura Behr
ends of Trumbull. Mrs. Behrer.ds
is a sister of Mr. Rhodes.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weichman
and children spent Wednesday
evening, October 8, at the Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deermer
and family moved from the John
Hirsch farm to their new home
near Atkinson Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Shald and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olberding
surprised Herman Kramer on his
birthday anniversary Sunday
Mrs. Bob Batenhorst and son,
Jim, and John, Ivo and Rollie
Shald went to Basin, Wyo., Mon
day. The men will enjoy deer
hunting and Mrs. Batenhorst will
visit the Herman Batenhorst fam
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miksch,
John, Raymond and Larry Krysl,
Florian Scholz and Joe Wallinger
attended the Knights of Colum
bus banquet and initiation Sun
Mr. and Mrs. John Miksch and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Greger and sons attended the
wedding shower for Mr. and Mrs
Fred Hytrek at the John Hytrek
home Sunday evening.
“Grandma” Wallinger visited
Sunday at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Joe Kaup, and
Joe Kaup, jr., is serving on the
jury at O’Neill this week.
Mrs. Joe Winkler of Emmet
spent Saturday afternoon at the
Leo Weichman home.
Maureen Batenhorst, daughter
of Joe Batenhorst, was home for
the weekend. She is a student
nurse at St. Joseph’s school of
nursing in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weichman
and family enjoyed Sunday din
ner at the Dora Wallinger home
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Woods
spent the weekend and Monday
with his aunt, Miss Vina Woods. !
Considerable progress has been
made on the new residence be
longing to Mr. and Mrs. Woods in
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Chappell at
tended a laymen’s meeting at
Creighton on Friday evening at
the Methodist church. Reverend
Chappell was guest speaker. The
Women’s Society of Christian
Service were guests. Refresh
ments were served by the men.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Streeter and
children of Lincoln were week
end guests at the Charles Ro
therham home. Mrs. Mary Ro
therham was also a guest on Sun
dav at the Rotherham home.
The Ralph Eacker family gath
ered at the parental home on
Sunday for a 1 o’clock dinner1
and an informal afternoon. Pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Fuller and family of Grand Is
land, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Eacker and family of Ewing,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ruby and
children of Rapid City, S.D., Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Eacker of Kalis
Hans Petersen and John Lat
zel spent Wednesday, October 8,
to Friday at Council Bluffs, la.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson,
Maryetta and Tamzan were
guests on Saturday at the home
of his mother. Mrs. Carston Pe
terson, at Neligh.
Mrs. R. B. Crellin left Thurs
day bv bus for West Point. She
she will visit with friends. She
plans to visit relatives at Lyons
and Wisner before returning
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tucker en
tertained Mrs. Ed Pruden of Phil
lipburg, Mo., at their home Thurs
Mr. and Mrs. George Stuessi,
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Harder
and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hill at
tended the family life clinic at
Atkinson which was conducted
for three days—Friday, Saturday
and Sundav — in the Methodist
church by Dr. Charles Tompkins
of Omaha, who spoke to the
group each night.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Revnold
son entertained 12 girls and boys
at their home Monday afternoon
in honor of their son, Lawrence,
on his 5th birthday anniversary.
All the little guests were cos
tumed in cowboy outfits. Ice
1 cream and cake were served.
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Rev. Samuel Lee, pastor
Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m.: wor
ship, 11 a.m.; junior high West
minster fellowship, 5-7 p.m.
Senior high Westminster fel
lowship Thursday 6-8 p.m.
Cherub choir practice Satur
day 10-11 a.m.
Children’s story hour Satur
day il a.m.-12 noon.
Today (Thursday), Circle I will
meet at the home of Mrs. C. E.
Lundgren for a 1:30 p.m. dessert
Circle II will meet with Mrs.
Lloyd Gibson at 2:30 p.m.
Circle III will meet at 7:45
p.m. in the home of Mrs. Alfred
Senior high Westminster fel
lowship will meet in the church
basement at 6 p.m.
Saturday the cherub '•hoir
practice will be from 10-11 a.m.
From 11 a.m. until noon there
will be a story hour for all the
choir members and other chil
dren up to the second grade. If
you plan to come for your chil
dren, please come promptly at
noon. This is an experiment and
its continuance will depend
largely upon the cooperatioi of
Sunday, October 19, is men s
day. All the men of the church
are invited to be guests of the
pastor at breakfast in the chur?h
basement at 8:30. A period of
discussion will follow the break
fast, and then the men will lead
in the morning service of wor
Monday, October 20, is the reg
ular meeting of the men’s coun
cil. It is to be guest night with
wives and friends invited to the
dinner at 7 p.m. in the church
basement. Following the dinner
the film, “More for Peace,” will
be presented in the* sanctuary at
8:15 p.m. This is a feature film,
made in Hollywood, to bring
faith, courage and new hope to
your whole family. Anyone who
attends will-find it inspiring.
October 23 is the date for the
churchwide planning conference.
If you are an officer in any
church organization you should
be present at this meeting.
CHRIST LUTHERAN (O'Neill)
Comer of 7ih and Clay streets
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Friday, October 17: Adult in
struction class, 8 p.m.
Saturday, October 18: Second
year confirmation instruction,
Sunday, October 19: Sunday
school, 10 a.m. Divine worship,
We bid everyone welcome in
the name of the crucified Savior.
If you have no church home we
cordially invite you to worship 1
with us regularly.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD (O'Neill)
Rev. Wayne A. Hall, pastor
Jesus said, “I must work . . .
while it is day; the night cometh,
when no man can work.”
We are rejoicing over the re
sults of the evangelistic campaign
that closed Sunday night. A num
ber sought the Lord for salvation,
12 were filled with the Spirit ac
cording to Acts 2:4, and many
testified that the Lord had healed
them of various sicknesses. Also
seven people were baptized in
water by immersion.
Sunday-school, 10 a.m.; wor
ship service, 11 a.m., and evening
service at 8 o’clock.
The young people’s meeting is
Tuesday at 8 p.m.
The Bible study and prayer
meeting is on Wednesday at 8
The ladies’ prayer service is at
2 p.m., each Thursday.
We invite visitors to come and
worship with us in any service.
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, minister
Thursday: Choir rehearsal, 7
p.m. Youth fellowship council
meets under the direction of
Mrs. Mae Sigler, director of the
Nebraska annual conference
youth program, 8:15 p.m.
Friday: Dorcas society, 2 p.m.
Sunday: Church school, 10 a.m.
Children, bring your parents!
Worship service, laymen’s Sun
day. There’s a male quartette and
a lay preacher at 11 a.m.
Youth fellowships: Intermed
iates (grades sixth to eighth),
6:30 p.m.; high school youth, 6.30
Monday: Wesleyan service
guild, at church, 8 p.m.
Tuesday: Young adult fellow
ship, at church, 8 p.m.
Thursday to Saturday: State
MYF conference at Cozad.
CHURCH OF CHRIST (O'Neill)
Corner of Sixth and Grant
John Thomas, minister
Bible school, 10 a.m.; commun
ion and preaching, 11 a.m. The
morning message will be entitled
“The Restoration of an Erring
Evening worship at 8 o’clock.
The evening message is entitled
“Conversation of the Eunuch ”
Bible study and prayer meet
ing Wednesday, 8 p.m.
We invite everyone to attend
CENTER UNION (O'Neill)
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Prayer meeting each Wednes
day night at 8 o’clock.
Sunday, October 19: Worship,
10 a.m.; Sunday-school, 11 a.m.
Young people’s service and Bi
ble study at 7:30 p.m.
“Not what happened to myself
today, but what has happened to
others through me—that should
be my thought.”
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(Political Advertising) (Political Advertising)
RE - ELECT
A. L MILLER
• Born on a Nebraska
farm; taught a rural
• Since World War I, resi
dent and physician in
• State Senator 1937-1941
• State Health Director
• Serving Fifth Term in
• Member Irrigation, Re
clamation, Public Lands
victory makes him
Chairman of Irrigation
Committee — Important
BELIEVES BUDGET CAN
BE BALANCED AND
| YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Thursday, October 16, 8 p.m.:
Midweek Bible study and prayer
Saturday, October 18: Wesley
an group day at the Wesleyan
Metnoaist cnurch at Atkinson.
Sunday, October 19: Sunday
school, 10 a.m., R. H. Strong, . u
pcrintendent. Morning worship,
11 o’clock. Sunday evening sing- !
spiration and evangelistic ser
vice, 7:3 o’clock.
November 11 is the beginning
date for our evangelistic cam
paign with Rev. Neal Phipps of
Jordon as evangelist.
You are in this world for a
greater purpose than to wear
clothes and to consume food but
also to fellowship with God and
ST. PETER'S EPISCOPAL
Rev. Wm. H. Cowger, vicar
Sunday, morning prayer, 9
a.m., church school, 10 a.m.
Deanery meeting for all worn- j
en of the church at Norfolk be
ginning at 10 a.m., Tuesday, Oc
Diocesan youth rally, St. |
Luke’s, Kearney, from October 23
Barnstorming tour at Norfolk
Tuesday evening, October 28. All
Episcopalians invited. Make plans
now to attend.
Bishop Brinker will make his
annual visitation at 5 p.m., Sun
day, October 26. Potluck dinner
will be served afterward.
Hear one of the key laymen of
the diocese on Sunday, Novem
ber 2, at 9 a.m.
f * *
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, minister
Thursday: Woman’s Society of
Christian Service meets with
Mrs. Alice Fox, beginning at 2
Sunday: The lay leader of the
Methodist church at O’Neill will
be present to bring the message
of the morning, 9:45 o’clock. The
pastor will preside. There are
classes for children in basement.
Thursday to Saturday: State
MYF conference at Cozad. Want
to go? See your pastor immed- !
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Thursday, October 16: Quarter
ly voter’s meeting, 8 p.m.
Sunday, October 19: Divine
worship, 9:30 a.m. Sunday-school, 1
r-anesday, October 22: Chil
dren’s confirmation class, 7:30
Visitors are welcome to all ser
vices and activities of this con
Attend Youth Rally
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, the pas
tor of the Methodist church, and
seven youths attended the rally
of the northeast district Metho
dist churches at Plainview Sun
day. The rally began at 2:45 p.m.
and adjourned after the evening
devotional service conducted by
Venetian blinds, prompt deliv
ery. made to measure, metal or
wood, all colors.—J. M. McDon
Private Roth Going
ATKINSON—A family picnic
was held Sunday at the park
house in honor of Pvt. Ivan Roth,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roth,
who plans to leave Saturday lor
an overseas assignment.
Those present, other than his
wife and parents, were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. Grothe, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Grothe, Bernice and
Freddy Grothe, all of Emmet;
Mr. and Msr. Lloyd Johnson and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Russel
Yuston, all of O’Neill; Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Roth, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Henning, Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Henning and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Lew Prange and daugh
ter and Mr. and Mrs. George
Randall and daughter.
Mrs. Dean Streeter entertained
guests at a birthday anniversary *
dinner for her husband Tuesday
. . . for the magnificent response given
us during our MANAGERS ANNI
VERSARY SALE held Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday. We were overwhelm
ed with your interest, enthusiasm and
in several instances our supply of mer
chandise was exhausted before the sale
The SALE marked the end of oi}r first
year in charge of the O’Neill stote—and
the ANNIVERSARY PARTY one we I
won’t soon forget.
AGAIN. THANKS. EVERYONE!
First—Jim Hickey. O'Neill
Second—Mrs. Clarence Juracek. O'Neill
Third—Edward M. Shaw, Orchard
Jim guessed exactly the number of nails in the glass jar
in our Downstairs Store—569! He received a Coronado
5-tube radio as a gift. Mrs. Clarence Juracek was given *
a 1„0 percent wool blanket; Mr. Shaw, a 6 - way floor
INMAN METHODIST CHURCH
Saturday, October 18, 1952
Proceeds of sale to be used to purchase a new heating plant for the Methodist Church. The
sale will start at 1:00 P.M. and will be held in the area just north of the Post Office. Among
items listed to be sold are: 50 tons of hay, five calves, hogs, chickens, canned goods, furniture,
and clothing. Bring anything that you wish to be sold. For further information see Lewis Ko
pecky, Donald Keyes, or Marvin Rouse, Young Adult President.
Auctioneers: George Col man and Harry Moore Clerks: John Watson and Harold Wilhoii
Parade at 9:45 A.M. O’Neill Saddle Club Exhibition
The parade, under the direction of Cliff Saw- 10:30 A.M.
yer, will assemble at the south end of Main This club of fine horsemen will give a demon
Street at 9:30. Cash prizes for the best in each stration of drills and stunts that will thrill
class will be given. your heart
DINNER_WILL BE SERVED AT NOON
Adults will be served all they can eat for $1.00 Grade School Children^—50c
This big noon day meal will be served by the women of the Church in the new Maxcy Addi
tion. The Women’s Society of Christian Service will hold their annual Bazaar in conjunction
with the dinner. Please come early.
4-H Program — 11:15 A.M. Novelty Races and Tug-of-War
Cleo Sawyer and Twila Sobotka have arranged at 11:30 A.M.
for local and visiting 4-H Teams to display Meet Bud Hansen and Glenn Gillogly just west
their skills in the church auditorium. of the church if you wish to enter.
SPEAKER_ DWIGHT DELL_ 1:00 P.M.
Mr. Dell, a 39-year-old farmer from Beatrice, is a non-partisan Candidate for the United States
Senate (long term) by petition. This ma n has a message worth coming to hear.
Band Concert 12:15 Concession Stand
by The Grade and High School students will sell
A splendid group of boys and girls from the hamburgers, coffee, gum, candy and pop
Page High School. COrn- Jenme Mossman and H. Jacksons
^___ * —
Registration and' Drawing
Sponsored by the Inman Commercial Club—Earl Watson President. You are invited to reds ter
at the Concession Stand between the hours of 10:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. The prizes are
1. 1,000 lbs. Coal-Watson Hay Co. 7. Vz gallon Ice Cream_
2. 100 lbs. Cow Country Mineral- 8. Vz gallon Ice Cream . . Morsbach locker
Elkhorn Valley Hay Co. 9. 5 gal. Oil, put in your car Ed Chudomelka
3. 50-lb. Sack Robin Hood Flour - 10. 1 Case Pop_Xubin’s Coffee Shop
4. 1 gal. Lux Tone Painting £ J Confectionery
Finkrbine Bros. “• * ,f> Apricots
5. 1 Carton Cigarettes_DeLong’s Tavern 13- 5"^- ^ail Gup Grease-Davis Oil Co.
6. 1 gal. Prestone___Clark & Mattson 14. $2.00 Cash ... H. Tompkins
FELLOWSHIP WORSHIP SERVICE__ _7:30 P.M.
REV. WALLACE SMITH of O'Neill will be the Speaker
This is a service of Thanksgiving to God for His blessings on our lives, and a dedication to His
Service of the proceeds of this sale. Mrs. Wilbur Brown will direct this service.
Rev. Charles C. Chappell, Pastor. Harvey Tompkins, Festival Chairman
The Public Address System is furnis hed by the Old Home Bread Company
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