The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, November 06, 1952, SECTION ONE, Page 5, Image 5

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    Faculty Members
in Boxing Hoax
Carlson, Pruden Need
Referee
. EWING—The widely-advertised
faculty “boxing match” proved to
be one of the most entertaining
features of the Ewing public
school carnival held Wednesday
evening, October 29, at the school.
The participants, “Canvas
Back” Carlson and “One Punch”
Pruden, entered the ring with
their trainers, Martin Pofahl and
'Coon” Bennett. They shook
hands, put on their gloves, and
proceeded to put four slabs to
gether to form a box. “One
Punch” fumbled, giving the bout
to the redoubtable ‘Canvas Back.”
* Paul Cooper was the referee.
The identity of the antagonists
was revealed as Miss Fern Pru
den, homemaking instructor, and
Mrs. Catherine Carlson, eighth
grade teacher. Mr. Cooper is the
band instructor.
Other numbers on the program
were: Pep club, by Joellyn Eack
er; E club by Coach Dale Vander
ford and Supt. Lewis Carter; Fu
ture Homemakers by Judy Jef
feries, Vlanda Biddlecomb, San
dra Dierks, (Marcia Gibson.
Guest entertainers were Archie
Johnston and his accordion, Mrs.
Bernice Schindler as yodler and
Harold Bennett, vocal soibs.
The carnival atmosphere was
«\h&ttcbd by the use of Hal
lowe’en noise-makers and a large
number of booths of various
kinds.
The freshman class provided
cakes for a cake walk. The sopho
mores brought pies and the jun
iors and seniors brought candy.
An auction of donated articles
was held. All proceeds from the
carnival will go to the athletic
and homemaking departments.
The FHA chapter served re
freshments in the “orange and
black” room.
Other Ewing News
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Billings ac
companied Mrs. John Archer to
Grand Island on Tuesday, Octo
ber 28. Mrs. Archer was a guest
at the home of her son, Maurice,
al\a family. Mr. and Mrs. Billings
went to Hastings to visit at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Rob
ert Dunaway, and family. Next
d.ay Mr. Billings returned to
Grand Island to report to the
Veterans Mrs. Billings
and Mrs. Archer returned home
Saturday evening.
, . Miss Mary Alice Dierks
turned to Omaha Sunday after
noon after spending the weekend
with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Newton of
Riverton, Wyo., are guests at the
home of his mother, Mrs. Anna
Newton, and also at the homes of
his sisters, Mrs. William Spence
and Mrs. Everett Ruby.
The Past Matron’s club was en
tertained at a regular meeting at
the country home of Mrs. Alfred
Conner. Thirteen members were
present and one guest, Mrs.
Deemer Conner, of Ewing. Mrs.
R. B. Crellin conducted the busi
ness session. A kensington and so
cial afternoon followed. The hos
tess served a lunch. Mrs. Waldo
Davis, Mrs. Sis Ebbengaard and
Will Conner furnished transporta
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Rankin Rominger
of Great Falls, Mont., were week- i
end guests at the home of her
cousin, Roy Wright, and family.
Lechtenberg-Webber
Nuptial Rites, Lynch
LYNCH—On Wednesday, Sep
tember 3, at the Lynch Assump
tion BVM church, Roma Jean J
Webber, oldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Webber of
Lynch, became the bride of Eu
gene Lechtenberg, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Lechtenberg of Anoka.
Rev. John Wieczorek officiated
at the nuptial mass using the dou
ble-ring ceremony. ,
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, aproached the altar
gowned in a white slipper satin,
hQ&ped skirt and fingertip veil of
nylon laPP. £ha carried a bou
quet of American Beauty roses.
The bridegroom wore a grey
suit with a white carnation bout
tonniere.
Mrs. Jack Tarr, sister of the
bride, served as matron-of-honor.
She wore an aqua gown and car
ried white carnations.
Jack Tarr served as bestman
and wore a blue suit and a white
carnation boutonniere
A reception for 40 guests was
held at the bride’s parental home.
The couple held their dance
that evening in the Lynch ball
room. They are now at hptfle
a farm 1% mile§ gfruthwPSt of
Butte.
Other Lynch News
Mrs. Harry Mulhaii* is in Oma
ha this week.
! Orville Gallop returned home
Friday from an extended stay in
Alaska. He had been there on a
road construction project.
The, Missionary society of the
Fir&t Methodist church met at the
home Of C- W. Christensen
Monday everting, November 3, for
a regular monthly business and
devotional meeting. Mrs. Chris
tensen served lunch at a late hour.
Mrs. Gladys Neely left Satur
day for her home in Seattle, Wash.,
after an extended business and
pleasure visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Glaze of
Rapid City, S.D., visited friends
and relatives at Lynch and Bris
tow and also in Holt county.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kocum of
Norfolk visited at the Josie Man
nen home last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Bren
nan and Barty were Sunday vis
itors in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Porterfield of Wayne. Mrs.
Winnie Barger accompanied them
and visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer
Griess.
Golden Wedding Observants
Gather at Anniversary —
PAGE—Mrs. Allen Haynes en
tertained at a golden sunset tea
last Thursday afternoon in observ
ance of her 75th birthday. The
10 guests had all observed their
golden wedding anniversaries.
The table was centered with
gold swans with green fern and
gold tapers with matching nut
cups and napkins. The guests
found their places at the table
with place cards which carried
the dates of their marriage.
For entertainment each guest
told when, where and by whom
she was married. They also told
of their wedding clothes and wed
ding trip. All the group but two
had married farmers, and most of
their trips were to the farm in a
lumber wagon. Mrs. John Stauf
fer was the oldest ope present
and had been married 60 years.
IMrs. William Williamson had
been married almost 59 years.
Guests were Mesdames John
Stauffer, William Williamson, L.
H. Downey, J. R. Russell, J. I.
Gray, C. A. Townsend,' C. M,
Stewart, Jennie French, Rellie
Snell and E. A. Chichester. Mrs.
Haynes received many gifte.
Rural Mailcarriej*
Are Feted —
?A<?E—Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Roth*rtj|jh Ap<5 children enter
tnhted ilj[| HoH.flnd Boyd fcptlntj
ttaflcamera th$i| ai
Ewing Tuesday 0veri!il& G^php'l
28, to a no-host supper served arl
6 o’clock, and an evening of visit
ing. Guests were Mr. and Mrs
Walter Snyder of Clearwater, Mr
and Mrs. Elmer Bergstrom and
family of Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Al
fred Marshall and John of Wal
nut and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Walk
er and family of Page. The next
meeting will be held in Inman.
Kathleen Walker
Is Hostess —
PAGE—Kathleen Walker enter
tained at a Hallowe’en party ai
her home Wednesday evning, Oc
tober 29, the pupils of the sev
enth and eighth grades. The eve
ning was spent with games, con
tests and stunts. Luncheon was
served by Kathleen at the dining
room table with decorations and
the menu carrying out the occa
sion. Those present were Lyle
and Myma Heiss, Jenelle Allen,
Loren Stewart. Normd Sorensen,
Jerry White, Marilyn Terrill, Ed
ward Wilcox ad Larry Parte.
S,exsmith Family
Will Reunite —
The sons and daughters of Mrs
D. S. Conrad, will reunite Sun
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs
Jack Davidson. It will be a Sex
smith reunion.
Xhe oijt-Of-tQWn guests that
havd already arrived are Mr. and
Mrs. Hardid SeXSmith of Moses
Lake, Wash., and Mr. and M^s.
Wayne Gannon of Seattle, Wash.,
who came Sunday evening.
Those who are yet to come are
Mr. and Mrs. John Selders of Elm
Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mason of Omaha.
Joe Heeb Honored —
EMMET—-A birthday party was
held at the home of Mrs. Lzzie
Ryan and David in Atkinson on
Sunday, November 2, for Joe
Heeb’s 81st birthday anniversary.
A three tier cake was baked by
his nieces, Mae and Rose Heeb.
Those present were Emil, Harry
Mae and Rose Heeb, Mrs. Joe
Pongratz, Mr. and Mrs. John Babl
and family, Edna Heeb and Mrs
Agnes Heeb.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gaskill and
Dick Were Sunday visitors at Ver
digre St the home of Mrs Gas
kill’s parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joe
Bicek.
I O’NEILL LOCALS
BeFflard Matthews and Peter
Matthews, who attend school in
Lincoln, spent Saturday visiting
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Matthews and other relatives.
Stanley Price arrived home re
cently to spend a furlough with
his parents, iMr. and Mrs. Ernest
Price. He has been stationed in
Kansas and will be sent to Cali
fornia where he expects to be
sent overseas.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hiatt spent
the weekend in Lincoln visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Anderson and with their daugh
ter, Miss Carolyn, who is a stu
dent at the Lincoln school of com
merce.
Miss Patty Sunderland was a
weekend guest of her roommate,
Miss Marde Birmingham. Both
girls attend Duchesne college,
Omaha.
Mrs. Mary Tomlinson and Lar
ry were Sunday guests at the
George Calkins home at Scott
ville.
Mr. and Mrs. James Coventry
and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tomlin
son of .inman were Sunday callers
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.
W. Tomlinson.
Mrs. Arnie Mace, jr., was a
Wednesday visitor in the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Brittell, at Neligh.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mattem
were weekend visitor in the
home of Mr. Mattem’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miattem, at
Creighton.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Streeter and
children of Lincoln were week
end visitors in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Streeter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Williamson
and Bonnie Jo of Stuart were
Teusdav callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Orville McKim.
Sunday dinner guests in the
home of Mr. and M!rs. Clyde
Streeter were Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Streeter and children of Lincoln,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde McKenzie
and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Streeter,
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wiley and
Wayne spent the weekend, in St
Paul, Mmn„ visiting £ie home ol
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson.
Johh Gfihard, Bud Cole, Lau
rence Haynes went hunting Mon
day below the Ft. Randall dan
■: on the Missouri river. The thre*
I hunters returned with five Can
adian geese.
r rariK txremer, Carroll Grenier
! Harvey Sawyer, Bennett Heri
fora fthd Lyle Green spent Sun
day hunting in the area of St
; Paul and Burwell.
'* ..The friends of Si. Mary's wil
! SpOftadr a esrei party in lh© gyrr
M Si, Mary's academy en Sunday
November 7. starling SI 7>90 p.m
Everyone is invited to attend. P
lunch will b© served and prisei
given. 27(
Mrs. Anna Koslchek of Castle
rock, Wyo., was a caller in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kaiser last Thursday. Mrs. Kosi
chek and the Kaisers af« long
| time friends when both families
. lived in Stuart.
> Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Culvei
will leave the middle of nex1
week for Bakersfield, Calif.
Where la* y plan to make then
■ home. They recently sold theii
residence here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cork spn1
Friday and Saturday in Omaha
on business.
Mrr A. L. Dawes and Mrs. Les
’ ter Shore of Osceola were Iasi
week visitors in the home of Mr
and Mrs. Neil Dawes. They re
turned +o their home on Monday
Mrs. Elsie Cork of Page was s
weekend ffuest in the home of Mr
and Mrs. Llovd Cork.
Mr. and Mrs. D^n Ferris and
familv of ^Mtville, Wise., ar
rived Tuo qrv a+ *he home of Mr
and Mrs. John Gilstrap. Mrs. Fer
yis and Mrs Oilstrap are sisters
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Muff and
Carolvn visited in the home o1
r'*r. and M^s. George Jefferies al
Ewing Sunday.
SOUTH 6f StuarT NEWS
Some otf the young folks’ call
ers this week were Rodney Kaup
of Stuart, a Tuesday overnight
guest of Leon Weichman, Jean
Boyens spent Thursday night
with Opal Radcliff, Karen Weich
! v
man spent Saturday with Joiene
Olberding, Joyce Siebken was a
Sunday guest of Merna Kaup and
Dennie -wallinger was" an over
night guest of Ronnie Sehaaf.
Mrs. Lawrence Ziska aifd fam
ily were callers Thursday after
noon at the George Shald home.
George Shald and John Shald
went to Ord on business Satur
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Steiohau
ser and sons were callers Satur
day afternoon at the H. P. Miksch
home.
My ‘hnghesf tvinfer jobs are edsy
«-my FARMHAND
does fhe work!"
FEEDING FROM THE STACK is easy. /rn
Breaking frozen stacks is no problem
with a Farmhand Loader. The rugged
Manure Fork digs in, Grapple Fork
Attachment pins down the loadf .• . .
»hen husky hydraulic power tears it
l&ose from the stack. I clear snow from1
£e$d lots, too, with the high-capacity
.Scoop and use the 8-foot V-Plow to
ridge fields, open drifted roads. My detachable scoor
Farmhand Loader saves me work every ON MANURE ?ORK
week in the year.
Farmhand*
HYDRAULIC LOADERS
NEW
FARMHAND LOADERS, STACKERS & ATTACHMENTS
MODELS 50, 60, A & G TRACTORS
10A HAMMER MILL
220 LETZ GRINDER
DUNCAN MANURE LOADERS
USED
1943 B JOHN DEERE TRACTOR
1939 B JOHN DEERE TRACTOR
1936 A JOHN DEERE TRACTOR
F20 I.H.C. TRACTOR
JOHN DEEERE 4-WHEEL SPREADER
U.S. ROYAL FARM TIRES
PREFORMED CABLE, J.D.D. TRACTOR BATTERIES
24-mo. guar, in tractor
HARRY R. SMITH IMPLS.
Phone 562 O’Neill
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FIREMEN BATTLE POLE BLAZE ... A pile of creosote-treated
poles near the railroad tracks burned in spectacular fashion on
Friday, October 21. Heavy, black smoke billowed skyward for 10
minutes before the blaze was brought under control.—Photo cour
tesy James Urlaub.
FOOTBALL
Six Mai . . . Carney Park
SMA HOMECOMING
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I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Kickoff 8 P.M.
ST. MARY’S CARDINALS
V8.
EGIN HIGH
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Season Tickets Honored
Admission: Adults 50c, Students 25c
GILLESPIES
1 Record Hits!
RC\ Victor —- Capitol
i Co’umbiai — Decca
45 & 7$ &PM
P Went to Your Wedding
E&cause You’re Mine
Trying
Outside of Heaven
I'rtn Never Satisfied
To Know You
My Love and Devotion
Carmen’s Boogie
You’ll Never Get Away
You Do Something to Me
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