The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, May 14, 1953, SECTION TWO, Page 14, Image 14

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    METHODIST (O'Neill)
» Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Thursday, May 14: Woman’s
Society of Christian Service
meets at the church, 2:30 p.m.;
choir rehearsal begins at 7 p.m.
Methodist youth fellowship, 8
Sunday, May 17: Church
school, 10 a.m.; worship, rural
life Sunday, 11 a.m.
Invitations are being sent to
all 4-H clubs in the county.
No intermediate fellowship to
be held this week and next.
Baccalaureate service at the
high school auditorium, Sunday,
8 p m.
Methodist men, an official or
ganization of the Methodist
church was organized Friday
evening. A group of men of the
church met at the M&M cafe for
a fellowship meal, then under
the guidance of the district lay
leader, Kenneth Eyer, formed
the organization.
Officers elected to serve this
coming year are: George Peter
son, president; Raymond Eby,
vice-president; DeWayne Landis,
secretary; Ralph Young, treasur
er. Membership cards are being
issued to the members who were
present Friday evening. They will
also be issued to the members
who join in future meetings. An
application for a charter under
the world church has been filed.
Methodist men will meet next
on the evening of May 25, it was
announced b y Mr. Peterson,
president. All interested men are
invited to be present.
Rev. Wallace B. Smith, pastor
Next Sunday is rural life Sun
day at the church. At that time
the service of dedication of the
soil, the seed and the sower will
be conducted. The Lord’s portion
cards will also be dedicated. All
members and friends of the
church are urged to be present.
Woman’s Society of Christian
Service will be held at Mrs. Al
ice Hill’s home on May 21 at 2:30
p.m. This is the last meeting of
the year. Next year’s officers
will be installed. All members
should be present.
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Thursday, May 14: Young peo
ple’s skating party at the Plain
view rink, 7:45 p.m. i
Sunday, May 17: Sunday
school, 9:30 a.m.; divine worship,
10:45 a.m.
Tuesday, May 19: Lutheran
Women's Missionary league
meets at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, May 20: Circuit
laymen’s conference at Imman
uel Lutheran church, Spencer, i
10 a.m.
Sunday, May 17
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Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Thursday, May 14, 8 p.m.: Mis
sionary prayer meeting. Quarter
ly reports following the mission
ary service.
Sunday, May 17: Sunday
school at 10 a.m.; worship at 11
a.m.; no evening service on ac
count of baccalaureate service in
the public school auditorium.
Drive-in church at 8 a-m., at
the Drive-In theater. This will be
a devotional type service like
most churches have Sunday
morning. You are invited to at
tend. .. _.
May 25-29: Daily vacation Bi
ble school. „ „
June 4-14: Elkhorn Valley
Holiness association camp meet
ing here in O’Neill.
Sainthood is activity. Saint
hood is service for others. Saint
hood is not out of this world,
but in this world, superior to it.
It is a light for darkness, a voice
of certainty in the midst of a sea
of confusion, a helping hand held
out to broken frustrated human
Rev. Wayne A. Hall, pastor
Saturday, May 16: Street
meeting at corner of Fourth and
Douglas streets. We urge you to
come and hear the gospel in song
and message from the Bible.
Sunday, May 17: Sunday
school, 10 a.m.; worship service,
11 a.m.; evening service, 7:45
o’clock for children; regular
evangelistic service meeting fol
Monday, May 18: Bible study
in Fred Lindberg home at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, May 19: The young
people’s meeting at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, May 20: Bible stu
dy and prayer service at 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 21: Ladies
meet for prayer at 2:30 p.m.
Vacation Bible school May 25
through June 5 from 9 to 11
a.m. Plan to send your children
for this good training our youth
needs today.
Corner of 7th and Clay streets
Rev. R. W. Olson, pastor
Thursday, May 14: Young peo
ple’s skating party at the Plain
view rink, 7:45 p.m.
Friday, May 15: Young peo
ple’s meeting at the church 8
Saturday, May 16: Second year
confirmation class, 2:30 p.m.
Sunday,' May 17: Divine wor
ship, 8 a.m.; Sunday-school and
junior Bible class, 10 a.m.
Tuesday, May 19: First year
confirmation class, 4:15 p.m.
Wednesday, May 20: Circuit
laymen’s conference at Imman
uel Lutheran church, Spencer,
10 a.m.
In the name of Christ Jesus
we bid everyone a sincere wel
come to our services and activi
ties. If you have no church home
we would cordially invite you to
worship with us regularly.
Rev. Charles C. Chappell, pastor
Today (Thursday), 2 p.m.:
Woman’s Society of Christian
Service will meet at the church.
Choir practice and Methodist
youth fellowship, 7:30 p.m. The
regular monthly meeting of the
official board, 8:15 p.m. Please
come if it is at all possible.
METHODIST (Chambers)
Rev. L. R. Hansberry, pastor
Sunday - school, 10:30 a.m.,
Clair Grimes, superintendent.
Worship, 11:30 a.m.
The Woman’s Society of Chris
tian Service will meet Thursday,
May 14, at the church. There
will be installation of officers.
1:00 P.M. (C.S.T.)
35 Head of
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Circuit Lutheran
Meeting Next Week
SPENCER—A Lutheran (Mis
souri synod) laymen's conference
for circuit seven will be held
Wednesday, May 20, at Imman
uel church in Spencer. Circuit
officials are J. W. Walter of
Chambers, president; Elmer Kac
zor, secretary-treasurer, and Rev.
Walter Hartmann, visitor.
The all-day meeting will be
gin at 10 o’clock with an in
spirational address by Rev. Nor
man Heidorn of Jamison. The
secretary-treasurer’s report will
be followed by a talk, “The
Changing American Family,” by
Rev. Arnold Dake of Norfolk. At
11:30 a.m., filmstrips will be
shown by Rev. R. W. Olson of
Christ Lutheran church. O’Neill.
Luncheon will be served in the
church basement.
Reverend Olson will conduct
the 1 p.m., devotional opening
the afternoon session. Steward
ship will be the topic until 3 o’
clock with papers being given by
Rev. Wayne Myers, Mrs. Blaine
Garwood and Walter Ohlmann.
Miscellaneous business will
follow a 3 o’clock recess and the
conference will adjourn about
4 o'clock.
Drive-In Services
to Begin Sunday
The O’Neill Ministerial asso
ciation plans to begin a series of
services at 8 a m., Sunday at the
local drive-in theater. Ministers
of the Protestant churches will
participate in the opening ser
vice, and Rev. Melvin Grosen
bach will preach the sermon.
Services will be held each
Sunday morning at 8 o’clock
throughout the summer, with *he
local ministers alternating the
responsibility for the services.
The primary purpose of the ser
vice is to make it possible for
tourists to attend worship before
resuming their travel.
However, it is expected that
many from the O’Neill churches
will want to take advantage of
this opportunity when they must
be out of town at the regular
hour of worship.
Lutheran Hour
Rally May 17
The second Lutheran hour ral
ly will be held at 3 p.m., Sun
day, May 17, at the Norfolk city
luditorium, and the event is ex
pected to attract Missouri synod
Lutherans from many northeast
Nebraska counties.
Rev. Armin C. Oldsen, former
professor of religion at Valparai
so university, will deliver the
address. He is heard regularly
over the Mutual radio network
as the international Lutheran
hour speaker.
The program will be broad
cast over radio station WJAG
(.Norfolk, 780 kc.)
Rev. Samuel Lee, pastor
Sunday-school, 9:45 a.m.; wor
ship, 11 a.m.; junior high West
minster fellowship, Sunday, 5-7
Spiritual life group, Monday,
3 p.m.
Senior high Westminster fel
lowship, Thursday, 6-8 p.m.,
choir practice, Thursday, 8:15
Cherub choir practice, Satur
day, 10 a.m.; children’s story
hour, Saturday, 10:45 a.m.
Rev. Dale D. Welch, DD, pres
ident of Hastings college, spoke
at the Women’s association meet
ing at the church last Thursday.
He stated that the three major
forces in the world today are
communism, secularism ana
Christianity. He pointed out the
fact that communism gains its
strength among peoples who
have little and are down-trod
den, and therefore it is not the
major threat to America. He
stressed the danger of secular
ism in America as our greatest
threat and declared that Chris
tianity must displace these other
major forces.
The Ministerial association is
sponsoring a drive-in church ser
vice through the summer, pri
marily for tourists. Our church
is cooperating in the services
and if you must be absent from
the regular services, we urge you
to take advantage of the drive
in services.
Visit Seward—
Mr. and Mrs. Gale Dierberger
spent the weekend in Seward at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Dierberger.
Mrs. Stanley Holly and Mrs.
frank Clements went to Norfolx
on business Saturday.
Corner of Sixth and Grant
John Thomas, minister
Bible school, 10 a.m.; com
munion and preaching, 11 a.m.;
youth meeting at 7 p.m.; eve
ning worship at 8 o’clock.
Bible study and prayer session
Wednesday, 8 p.m.
“And the Spirit and the bride
say, come. And let him ..hat
heareth say, come. And let him
that is athirst come. And whoso
ever will, let him take the water
of life freely.” (Revelation 22:17.)
The minister will gladly coun
sel anyone concerning homo
problems, by appointment Mon
day through Friday, 4:30 to 5 30
p.m. Call 511-J.
Rev. Melvin Grosenbach, pastor
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day at 8 p.m.
Sunday, May 17: Worship at
10 a.m.; Sunday - school at 11
a.m.; young people’s service at 8
Sainthood is salt, light, anti
toxin. It is God manifesting
Himself through men redeemed
by the blood of Christ Jesus and
sustained by the power of the
living Christ.
You are welcome to all of our
CHAMBERS—Cpl. Walter L.
Sievers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter W. Sievers of Chambers,
was promoted to his present rank
on March 30. He is now serving
with the 127th airborne engineer
battalion of the famed 11th air
borne division stationed at Ft.
Campbell, Ky. Prior to his en
trance into the army, Corporal
Sievers attended Ewing high
school. He received his basic
training at Ft. Leonard Wood,
Mo., and finished jump school
in Ft. Benning, Ga. At present
he is assigned as a fireman.
Mother Is Home
Following Surgery
STAR — Mr. and Mrs. Lysle
Johnson received word Sunday
that Lysle’s mother, Mrs. David
Johnson, had returned to her
home in Creighton from Sioux
City, where she has been the
past two weeks after undergoing
surgery on her knee.
They planned to visit her on
Sunday but were unable to get
there because of bad roads.
Other Star News
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Johnson
and Wynn were Sunday dinner
guests at the Ewalt Miller home.
Lysle Johnson called on Ray
Noble Sunday forenoon.
Patty Zakrzewski spent Tues
day night, May 5, with Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. Lysle Johnson
and Wyn spent last Thursday
evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Waring and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hibbs
and family spent Friday night at
the Bill Hibbs home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Siders and
Marilyn were Saturday night
and Sunday guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hibbs and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Benash
and family were also Sunday
dinner guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Juracek
and family spent Saturday eve
ning at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Derickson and fam
Bobbie Beelaert of Page was a
weekend guest at the Roland
Miller home.
The school term in district 49
was closed with a picnic Satur
Miss Cleone Cole is working
for Mrs. Charles Gifford.
Mrs. Bill Hansen and children
were in Creighton Saturday fore
Miss LaVonne Rieck of O'Neill
visited with Joyce Miller Satur
day night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewalt Miller en
tertained a group of young folks
Friday evening to honor the
birthday anniversary of their
son, Arnold, whose birthday an
niversary was May 7. Those
present for the occasion were
Dale Beilin, Eddie Price, Doris
Pierson, Deal? Farrier, Shirley
and LaVonne Rieck, Joyce,
Earl and Melvin Miller, all of O’
Neill, Eileen and Karen Miller
of Star. Other guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Miller and
sons and Mr. and Mrs. Lysle
Johnson and son. Lunch was
served at the close of the eve
Arnold Miller spent Saturday
night with friends in O’Neill.
The Star Get-Together club
meets this week with Mrs. Elmer
One and one-half inches of
rain fell Saturday night and
Sunday in this community.
Mr. Farmer!
It’s Corn Planting Time!
k For thirteen years more farmers have
have planted DE KALB than any
other Seed Com. I have this seed corn on
hand in the best numbers for this com
cym’oi* and g6t at my Place in
O Neill, 705 E. Douglas St.
A. E. BOWEN, Dealer
Heads Bankers
J. G. Brewster (above),
president of the Tri-County
bank of Stuart, recently was
elected president of group
three of the Nebraska Bankers’
association convening at Nor
folk. Brewster was elevated
from the vice-presidency.
WSCS in Final
Session 6f Year
CELIA—The Woman’s Society
of Christian Service held a reg
ular meeting Wednesday after
noon, May 6, in the Methodist
church in Atkinton. Mrs. Albert
Lemmer had charge of the wor
ship service, “God So Loved the
World.’’ The lesson, “We Cannot
Love Without Sharing,” was in
charge of Mrs. Claude Hum
phrey. Mrs. O. A. Hammerberg,
president, conducted the busi
ness meeting. This was the last
meeting of the church year.
The following officers were
elected: Mrs. Lewis Humphrey,
president; Mrs. W. C. Gage, vice
president; Lelia Garwood, re
cording secretary; Mrs. O. A.
Hammerberg, promotion secre
tary; Mrs. George Frohardt, trea
surer; Mrs. John Mohr and Mrs.
Claude Humphrey, secretaries
social relations and local church
activities; Mrs. E. G. Hughes,
secretary missionary education;
Mrs. Fred Dunn, secretary stu
dent work; Mrs. Albert Lemmer,
secretary youth work; Jean
Humphrey, MYF; Mrs. Lloyd
McDowell, children’s work; Mrs.
Raymer Funk, spiritual ’ life;
Mrs. Charles Radke, status of
women; Mrs. W. C. Gage, secre
tary supply work; Mrs. Earl Cox
bill, literature and publications.
Circle I will meet with Mrs.
Don Mills; Circle II, Mrs. Earl
Houts; Circle II, Mrs. George
Tracy; Circle IV, Mrs. Earl Irish;
Circle V, Mrs. Will Schultz.
Lunch was served by division
8, Mrs. Fred Dunn chairman.
Other Celia News
Mother’s day visitors at the
home of Mrs. Emma McKathnie
were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mc
Kathnie and son, Darell, and Iv
an McKathnie of Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
who arrived Saturday morning
for a visit with his mother and
other relatives and friends, Jake
McKathnie of California and Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Evans and
Mrs. Emil Colfack and son,
Dennis, were last Thursday vis
itors at the O. A. Hammerberg
Markita Hendricks spent from
Monday, May 4, to Wednesday,
May 6, with the Leonard Chaf
fin children.
Mrs. C. L. Spalding of Yon
Calla, Ore., is visiting the var
ious Frickel families. Mrs. Spald
ing is the former Mollie Frickel.
Her sister, Mrs. LeRoy Hoffman,
went to Norfolk on Wednesday,
May 6, and brought her to At
kinson where she will visit for
Connie Frickel and son, Ron
nie, were Sunday evening visit
ors at the O. A. Hammerberg
The Roy Vandersnick children
were Wednesday, May 6, visitors
at the Leonard Chaffin home.
Mrs. Emil Colfack and Dennis
were Wednesday afternoon, May
6, visitors at the Alfred Schaaf
Martin Conroy of North Platte
spent from last Thursday until
Saturday afternoon at the Frank
Kilmurry home.
Emil Colfack helped Duane
Beck haul out manure several
days the past week. Denton Col
fack also helped him Saturday.
Several of the youngsters from
this community took part in the
track meet in Atkinson Saturday
and the following came home
with ribbons: Paul Focken, Don
nie Frickel, Ronnie Frickel and
Jerry Hendricks.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton McKath
nie and son, Darell, were Wed
nesday evening, May 6, visitors
at the Ray Pease home.
Mrs. O. A. Hammerberg was a
Friday morning visitor at the D.
F. Scott home.
Duane Beck, Emil Colfack,
Lawrence Smith and O. A. Ham
merberg helped Frank Kilmurry
with work with the cattle Fri
day and were supper guests at
the Kilmurry home. Other guests
were P. W. Kilmurry and Martin
Conroy of North Platte.
Mrs. Joe Hendricks, Mrs. Mark
Hendricks and Mrs. Lawrence
Smith, also Wesleyan Methodist
women from Atkinson, held a
regular missionary meeting at
the home of Mrs. Leonard Chaf
fin Wednesday afternoon, May
6. Mrs. Joe Mellor and daughter,
Mrs. Howard Stevens of Omaha,
were guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dobias,
Roger and Rodney, were Sunday
aftemoon visitors at the D. F
Scott home.
O. A. Hammerberg was an
O’Neill visitor Wednesday, May
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hammer
berg and Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Colfack and son, Dennis, were
Wednesday evening, May 6, vis
itors at the D. F. Scott home.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Poynts had
Saturday supper guest sat the
D. F. Scott home.
Mrs. P. B. Harty, an O’Neill
resident, received an unusual
mother's day greeting. Her son,
A/2c Thomas Harty, stationed
on a bomber base in Korea, filed
a message to his mother with a
Korea radio station. The message
was picked up by Stanley El
kins, a Chambers amateur oper
ator, who telephoned Mrs. Har
ly with the news. Tom reported
to his mother that he was fine.
mother’s day dinner with her
daughter, Mrs. Mark Hendricks,
and family.
Mrs. Leonard Chaffin and chil
dren visited the Mark Hendricks
home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Colfack and
family were Friday evening vis
itors at the Earl Schlotield home.
Mrs. D. F. Scott attended a
regular meeting of the Iris club
at the Fred Jungman home on
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Gene Livingston was a
Monday evening visitor at. the
Connie Frickel home.
O. A. Hammerberg was a
Monday evening, May 4, supper
guest at the D. F. Scott home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hendricks
were overnight guests Friday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Omer
Mrs. Leonard Chaffin and
family were Friday viistors at
the Jess Mellor home. Her sister,
Mrs. Howard Stevens of Omaha,
was also visiting the parental
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Focken
and June and Karen were Sun
day afternoon visitors at the
Emil Colfack home.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Scott,
Patty and Phil of Butte were
at Ewing
Sunday, May 17
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