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Mother Go West
Others to Remain at
AMELIA— Henry Travers and
his mother. Mrs. Vipla Travers,
left early this week for points in
They plan to find work and a
place to reside.
Mrs. Henry Travers and son,
Harold, will remain here until
ihey are settled.
Other Amelia News
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gruenborg
and daughters visited at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Fryrear, on Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Orland Fryrear
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Foss, at Tilden Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burge
and family were Sunday dinner
guests at Paul Fisher’s.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Backhaus
were dinner guests Sunday at
the Frank Backhaus home.
Clayton Burge visited h i s
mother, Mrs. Bessie Burge, near
Mrs. Alice Prewitt has pur
chased the property of the late
Mike Curran. The Prewitt fam
ily has been living there the past
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith
visited over Thursday night at
the home of her sister, Mrs. B.
W. Waldo. On Friday morning
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, accompanied
by their son and wife, Mr. and
Expected to Win
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Political experts are agreed
that Dwight Griswold, the repub
lican nominee, will be elected
next Tuesday for the short term
in the United States senate, to
fill the balance of the term of the
late Senator Wherry.
Griswold was elected governor
in 1940, 1942 and 1944, winning
by the largest majorities any
candidate ever received in Ne
braska’s history. He was always
fair in his approach to public
questions and gave Nebraska ex
cellent leadership during the
tough war years.
Dwight Griswold’s parents
were homesteaders in western
Nebraska in 1886 and he was
reared out in the “short grass"
country, having a fine under
standing of the state’s problems.
He is a former state commander
of the American Legion and a
former president of the State
Press association. Adv.
Mrs. Hamp Smith, went to North
Mr. and Mrs. George Fullerton
and Phyllis and Dale returned
home Wednesday evening, Octo
ber 22, from their deer hunt in
Misses Sandra Gilman, Colleen
Kennedy and Delores Doolittle
i attended teachers’ institute in
Norfolk last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Hienie Frahm
and his father, Pete Frahm, went
to Stanton Tuesday, October 21,
fo visit Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Krutz and family. Pete Frahm
stayed for a longer visit.
W. A. Holmes of Casper, Wyo.,
°nd Mrs. Alice Rees of O’Neill
visited at the home of her son,
Ralph Rees, Tuesday of last
1 week. Mr. Holmes is a brother
of Mrs. Alice Rees.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fullerton
of Atkinson visited at the home
of their son, Harold Fullerton,
and family on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Oetter and
family visited at Bus Gilman’s
Miss Raedee Wickham of Val
entine spent from Tuesday, Oc
tober 21, until Saturday with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. George Oeller
The Ladies of Lake club met
Friday, October 24, at the home
of Mrs. Bud Tomjack. The club
decided on a safety booth to take
to achievement day on Novem
ber 6 in O’Neill.
Officers elected for 1953 are as
Mrs. George Oetter, president;
Mrs. Carol Summerer, vice-pres
ident; Mrs. Bud Tomjack, secre
tary and treasurer; Mrs. Paul
Hubei, news reporter; Mrs. Irwin
LaRue health leader; Mrs. Bob
Summerer, recreation and music
The home agent, Mrs. Helen
Kreymborg, gave a lesson on
The meeting was adjourned
and a lunch was served by the
hostess. The next meeting will be
held November 14 at the home
of Mrs. Walter Summerer. —By
Mrs. Bob Summerer, news re
Scouts Will Remember
Hospital Patients —
This is Girl Scout week and
the 40th anniversary of Girl
Scouts in the U.S. is being ob
In remembrance of this occa
sion, the O’Neill Girl Scouts have
on display in the east window
of the Lindberg store some of
their handiwork and scrapbooks
in which all their written work
, goes necessary to securing their
badges in the different fields of
The girls will endeavor to fur
nish for all special holidays a
tray favor for all the patients at
i St. Anthony’s hospital on those
A spokesman for the Scouts
said “the members are willing to
work in any field of community
i service for which there may be
a need. Just call on us.”
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schowe
and son of New Haven, Mo., were
weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Spittler and family. Mr.
Schowe is an army friend of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lional Siefken.
were Wednesday through Satur
day visitors at the home of Mrs.
I Siefken’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I James Christenson.
TURKEY - DINNER
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Thursday, November 6, 1952
Starling at 5:30 O'Clock
Served by WSCS
Adults, $1.50 Children Under 12. 75c
(Political Advertising)_ (Political Advertising)^^^^^
Ralph H. Walker
TO THE VOTERS OF HOLT COUNTY
As it is impossible for me to contact you personally. I am
using this means of making myself known to you.
I have been a resident of this county for 20 years, am 45
years of age, married and have three small daughters.
I owned and operated the O’Neill Retread Service for five
Before filing for the office of County Judge, I sought the
opinion of professional and business men, as well as farmers
and ranchers throughout the county. Their reaction was favor
able and, although I am handicapped, I feel I am qualified
to dispatch the duties of this office.
I need and will appreciate your vote. Thank you.
m iii i > •
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Today, (Thursday) choir prac
tice, 7 p.m.
Friday, 2 p.m., week of pray
er and self-denial service at the
Sunday: Church school 10 a.m.
School of Christian learning and
living; worship service, 11 a.m.
Special music by our choir, the
singing of wonderful old hymns,
an election time sermon by the
minister “My Candidate!” A wel
come awaits you.
Methodist youth fellowship at
Intermediate fellowship in the
new addition includes a social
hour with games and refresh
ments following the worship and
Senior fellowship meets for
supper m the old dining room in
ihe < lurch basement. Further
planning for the future will lake
place of lesson.
Tuesday. November 4: That’s 1
election uay! Don’t neglect your
birthright as an American citi
zen—vo.e! Young adult fellow
ship will not meet. Emmet’s
WSCS is serving a chicken din
ner at nocn.
Wednesday, November 5:
Workers conference 8 p.m. All,
not j »ist some, church school of
ficei end teachers should attend
tnis session each month. Plans
are made for the future. Prob
lems are discussed. Esprit de
coros is generated.
Thursday, November 6: Bazaar
and turkey dinner at 6 p.m. This
is an annual presentation spon
sored by the Women’s Society
of Christian Service of our
church. This year the other or
ganizations within the church will
take part. There’ll be booths
manned by Weslevan service
guild, young adult fellowship and
the Methodist youth fellowship
Rev. L. M. McElheran, pastor
There is now in progress one
week of evangelistic meetings
being held at the Memorial Bap
tist church at Chambers. Evange
list J. D. Carlson of Minneapolis,
Minn., is the guest speaker. He
and his musically-talented wife
rendered superb music on the pi
ano, the marimbaphone and vo
The week is almost gone, but
here are the remaining nights
and the sermon topics:
Thursday at 8 p.m.: Another
Billy Graham film, plus Rever
end Carlson’s sermon. “What
Will Happen at the Great White
Friday is family night and a
film. “Abraham’s Faith,” will be
shown. Reverend Carlson will
spQak on the theme “The Home
That God Honors.”
Saturday night we move to the
high school auditorium in O’Neill
at 8 o’clook for a great “Youth
for Christ” rally. There wi’l b^
vouth features, good music and
a full-length color-sound film of
the Billy Graham “Portland
Sunday night, back at Cham
bers, at 8 o’clock, we’ll see the
«ound - color film, “Now We
Live.” and Reverend Carlson will
speak on the subject “The One
Sin God Will Not Forgive.”
Monday, November 3 is the
closing day of the campaign.
This is an extra meeting and
Reverend Carlson, a one - time
iazz band director, will give his
l’fe story called “From Jazz to
Christ”; also a sound-color film,
“Jungle Blood Hunters.”
All should see these top films
and hear the Carlsons. We assure
you that you’re welcome.
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Notice to Methodists and un
churched Protestants living in the
Emmet vicinity: There are serv
ices every Sunday at your com
munity Methodist church at 9:45
a.m. Your neighbors are present.
The adults are in the sanctuary
worshipping God together. The
children are in the church school
learning about God and Christ
Jesus. The attendance is in
creasing; but we miss many who
might be having fellowship with
us. Make the attendance at the
church of your choice in your
neighborhood a practice.
Election day dinner will be
served at the Methodist church
basement, beginning at noon, No
vember 4. Join vour friends at
this dinner. You’ll receive good
food and have fine fellowship.
Studv the Bible with us be
ginning Wednesday, November 19.
Learn more about the Word. It
will do your mind and spirit good.
Time and place will be announced
ASSEMBLY OF GOD (O'Neill)
Rev. Wayne A. Hall, pastor
Sunday, November 2: Sunday
school, 10 a.m. If all are faithful
we can break the attendance
record again this Sunday. The
worship service begins at 11 a.m.
Don’t miss the evening service
at 8 o’clock—gospel songs, testi
monies and message from the
word of God will challenge you
to believe God for your spiritual
Tuesday, November 4: Christ’s
ambassadors (voung people’s)
service. We welcome all young
oeople to come and enjoy this
time of fedowship.
Wednesday, November 5. is
the regular prayer and Bible
study night at 8 o’clock.
Thursday, November 6, the
ladies’ prayer group meets at 2
p.m. Visitors are alwavs welcome
The psalmist said, “I was glad
when they said unto me, let us
go into the house of the Lord.”
CENTER UNiON (O'Neill)
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Prayer meeting each Wednes
dav, 8 p.m.
Missionary meeting November
5 at John Dick’s.
November 2: Worship, 10 a.m.;
Sunday - school, 11 a.m.; young
people’s service and Bible study
Sunday, 7:30 p.m.
You are invited to all of our
Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m.; wor
ship, 11 a.m.; junior high West
minster fellowship, Sunday, 5-7
Spiritual life group meeting,
Monday, 3 p.m.
Senior high Westminster fel
lowship, Thursday, 6-8 p.m.
Cherub choir practice, Satur
day, 10 a.m.; children story hour,
Saturday, 11 a.m.
A seconc^ session of our church
planning conference will be held*
tonight, (Thursday) at 7:30 in
the church basement. All offi
cers of all church organizations
and all Sunday-school teachers
should be present. Plans are be
ing made for the work of the
church for next year.
The trustees will meet on Wed
nesday evening, November 5, in
the pastor’s study.
If you are not worshipping else
where, we cordially invite you to
worship with us.
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Thursday, October 30, at 8
p.m., you can hear Rev. Ralph J.
Coleson, who has been a mis
sionary to India since 1946. He
has been a channel through
which a great work has been
done in village evangelism. He
will have colored slides of India
which will bring a real interest
November 2: Sunday - school,
10 a.m.; morning worship 11 o’
clock; singspiration, 7:30 p.m ;
evangelistic service, 8 p.m.
November 1: Prayer confer
ence in Bethany Free Methodist
November 13-23 are the dates
for our revival meetings with
Rev. Neal Phipps .of Gordon as
our evangelist. Ray Phipps of At
kinson will have charge of the
Rev. Charles C. Chappell, pastor
Sunday-school, 10 a.m.; wor
ship, 11:15 a m.
Choir practice Thursday eve
ning at 7 o’clock. Mrs. Pattie
Sholes, youth leader; Carolyn
Dr. and Mrs. William Lewis,
missionaries of the Methodist
church in Africa, will speak at
the Fwing Methodist church on
Monday evening, November 3,
following a covered dish supper
which will be served at 7 o’clock.
The public is cordially invited.
“Go ye into all the world and
preach the Gospel to every crea
ture,” the great commission giv
en to the disciples of Jesus.
Rev. L. R. Hansberry, pastor
Sunday-school, 10:30 a m., Clair
Worship, 11:30 a.m.
The Woman’s Society of Chris
I tian Service will meet Thursday,
October 30, at the churcn for a
“quiet hour” in observanc? of
the week of prayer and self de
CHURCH OF CHRIST (O'Neill)
Corner of Sixth & Grant
John Thomas, minister
Bible school, 10 a.m. Commun
ion and preaching, 11 a.m. The
morning message will be “The
Conversion of Saul of Tarsus.”
Evening worship at 8 o’clock.
The evening message is “The
Work of a Christian Woman.”
The evening service is informal
with much time devoted to con
gregational singing and special
Bible study and prayer meet
ing Wednesday, 8 p.m.
We invite everyone to attend
these services and praise the
Lord with us.
Public Invited to
The Parent-Teachers’ associa
tion of the O’Neill public school
will sponsor its annual masquer
ade Hallowe’en party on Friday,
October 31, at 7:30 p.m., at the
public school auditorium.
Plenty of fun and refreshments
are planned in the evening’s en
tertainment, a spokesman ex
ploined. Prizes will be given to
the best characters in the follow
Bride, funniest, historical, best
couple, most spooky, most origi
nal, most beautiful, best comic
strip character, best comic book
character, best girl as boy, best
boy as girl, best animal, veget
able, Indian, tramp.
Parents and friends are invited
to be spectators in the balconies.
Ride, Sing —
EWING—The youth fellowship
of the Ewing Methodist church
had a hayride Friday evening.
Bobbie Tams with a farm trac
tor took the party through the
streets of Ewing. Popular songs
were sung as they began their
ride and continued as they left
town, going east until they came
to the Yellowbanks, a popular
picnic ground. A weiner roast
was enjoyed. Rev. C. C. Chappell
accompanied the group. Guests
were Marcia Gibson and Rosalie
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jarman
and famixy of Loveland, Colo.,
and Dale Jarman of Winsor,
Colo., came Thursday, October
23, to visit the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wood Jarman, her
mother, Mrs. Lowery and other
relatives and friends. They re
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright
and granddaughters, Loree and
Beverly Elkins, spent Sunday,
October 26, at Creighton visiting
the former’s daughter and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taggart,
Eldon Brotherton of Eugene,
Ore., came Friday to visit his
daughter and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Glen Taylor and family.
Mrs. Willard Thomson and Mrs.
Kenneth Werner accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. George Fullerton
to Sioux City Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. Staudacher of
Crookston were guests of Rev.
and Mrs. C. D. Ankney and chil
dren on Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lybolt at
tended the 50th wedding anniver
sary celebration of his sister and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nor
ris near Albion on Sunday.
Mrs. E. R. Carpenter accom
panied her daughter, Mrs. Dean
Stevens and a friends, Ml's. Wil
liam Black of Atkinson, to Oma
ha Thursday. They returned on
Carolyn Wintermote is spend
ing this week with her grand
mother, Mrs. John Wintermote.
Guests in the J. W. Walter
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Casper Walter of Norfolk; Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Schutt and
daughter of Tilden; Mr. and Mrs.
Art Walter of Tilden, and their
daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Dick Brion and sons #t
Miss Patricia Olsen of Norfolk
was a weekend guest in the Ver
non Elkin shome.
Mrs. «Edwin Wink and children
went to Neligh October 22, and
visited until Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hous
Mrs. Luella Parker and M*s.
Charlotte Honeywell went to
Lincoln Thursday, Octoher 23.
Mrs. Parker attended teachers’
convention and Mrs. Honeywell
visited relatives. They returned
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Howe and
daughter of Fremont, formerly of
Chambers, returned recently from
a vacation trip to Colorado.
While there they called on the*
Donald Grimes family.
Mrs. Lee Mitchell and her
sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
Merle Hansen, visited in the Dean
Stevens home at Atkinson Mon~
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gillette
drove to Stuart Sunday where
Mrs. Gillette was guest of honor*
at a birthday dinner at the home
of her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mts. John Bachman.
Mrs. Vernon Whitaker and Mrs.
Melvin Bell and Lana, drove to
North Loup Sunday to visit their
sister and husband, Mr. and Mm
'Style Review' to
Feature Meet —
St. Margaret’s Guild of St. Pa
trick’s Altar society will meet on
Thursday, November 6, in the St.
Mary’s academy gymnasium.
Mrs. George Klein, guild chair
man, has announced that a "Gay
Nineties Style Revue” will fea
ture the evening’s program.
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