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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1959)
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Cardinals Win Fourth Straight;
Stop West Point G. A., 14-6
West Point Guardian Angels
threw a first quarter scare into
St Mary’s Cardinals Thursday
night — but that’s all it was. Be
hind 6-0 with the second quarter
almost over, the Cardinals came
to life and went on to win 14-6.
It was a much-needed win for
the St. Mary’s eleven and proved
that Coach Don Templemeyer's
charges have steadily improved
over the 1959 campaign.
A series of poor punts and a
bad case of the jitters kept the
tardinals in the hole the major
portion of the first quarter but
fine defensive play on the part of
the big Cardinal line kept the
Angels in check.
West Point was given the ball
three times in the first quarter
inside Cardinal territory and the
last gift, on the 25-yard line, led
to West Point's only score.
This touchdown came with just
three plays in the second quarter
with the Angels’ Dick Tinglehoff
going over from the 1-foot line.
SMA took the kickoff but couldn’t
move and another bad punt gave
Guardian Angel the ball on the
Cardinal's 40. West Point couldn’t
go and gave up the ball on the 31.
PTom here it took the Cardinals
just eight plays to knot the score
and seconds later the extra point
put them ahead to stay.
Gale Stevens, who has been out
of action the past weeks, was the
workhorse on this series turning
in one run of 32-yards. Spitzen
berger got the marker with a 3
yard sneak on fourth down.
After the halftime break, the
Cardinals kicked hut held the
Angels Holly returned the punt
to the 42. From there the Cards
rolled to their final touchdown
with Stevens circling the end from
the five. Bill Hynes cleared the
way with a smashing block that
flattened two defender's and gave
Stevens a free shot at the goal.
SMA again held after the kick
off but clipping penalties set the
Cardinals hack to their own six
where they were forced to punt.
The poor punt gave West Point
the ball on the 20. They picked up
their only first down of the second
half at tins time, moving to the 9,
hut four plays later they were
still on the three and the Card
inn 1c tonlf ClVPT*
Coach Templemeyer gave much
of the credit for the win to his
aggressive line. Higgins, Pongratz,
Peter, Johnson and Kamphaus, as
they opened good holt's in the West
Point line. Bill Putnam led the
team on defense.
Score by quarters
West Point 0 6 0 0
First downs .— JJ3 5
Yards rushing 2.55 142
Yards lost rushing 2 20
Net rushing yards 233 122
Yards gained passing 8 14
Total yards gained 241 13b
Passes attempted ... 4 8
Passes completed 1 3
Passes intercepted by 1 1
Punts 3 3
Fumbles lost . -2 1
Penalties -23 15
Lynch Eight Racks Up
Lynch evened up their 1959 foot
ball record Friday night when they
stopped once beoten Spencer, 19-0.
Coach Paul Wilson credited the
win to a team effort on the part
of the Lynch eight. Wilson named
Brady and Pickering as stand
outs on offense as they combined
to grind out 178 yards rushing.
The Lynch junior class won first
prize for their float for the 1959
homecoming parade held in the
afternoon. The sophomore class
was second and the seniors were
Score by quarters
Lynch 8 « 7 6
Second Defeat, 37-24
Clearwater’s Ara Hague scored
three more touchdowns Friday
night, bringing his total to 23 for
the season, but it wasn’t enough
to stop a tough Bartlett team.
Bartlett handed Clearwater their
second defeat, 37-24.
Coach Don Roddy named no one
but Hague as outstanding. Hague
was also responsible for the
fourth touchdown when he passed
to Ronnie Loewe for the score.
(•ary Jeffrey, 160 pound jun
ior tackle, will he back next
year. He’s a leKerman and haa
seen top action thin year.
O'Neill Eagles Add Ainsworth
To Victory Column Friday 20-6
O'Neill Eagles took an easy JO-b
victory from conference foe Ains
worth Friday night as they moved
their fifth victory of the season.
The Eagles led all the way, scor
ing in the first, third and final
The first quarter touchdown
came on a 59-yard gallop by Jerry
Kilcoin behind the solid blocking
of Tomlinson, Dexter and Jeffrey.
Donlin booted the extra point to
give the Eagles a 7-0 lead
To open the second half the
Eagles moved 70 yards to score.
Ainsworth was called offside on a
crucial 4th and six situation during
this series and the resulting 5 yard
penalty made it 4th and one which
the Eagles picked up. Kilcoin car
ried from the ®-yard line to the
four. Ermer plowed to the one ana
Bill Eby went in for the score.
A femble, the only one for the
Eagles, set up the Ainsworth team
on the O’Neill 27 and led to their
only score. They failed to con
vert. however, and the fourth quar
ter score was 13-6.
O’Neill took the kickoff and
promptly moved 69-yards to pay
dirt. The Eagles picked up 5 first
downs in the series. A 42-yard
clash by Kilcoin in the senes was
Donlin picked up the first down
to the 29, Ermer reeled off 14
vards, Donlin carried to the 4,
Ermer picked up 2 and Donlin
went in for the touchdown. Don
lin then passed to Bob Eby for the
extra point. . ,
Coach Jake Hawley singled out
Donlin, Tomlinson, Dexter and
Ermer for praise on their fine (
Score by quarters
O’Neill 7 « A rl
Kirs! downs -- ^
Rushing yardage .... 320 18U
Yards lost rushing - 13 2b
Yards gained passing 35 20
Passes attempted -11
Passes completed - 5 2
Beats Tilden, 26-0
The Ewing Tigers got back on
the win trail Friday night with a
26-0 win over Tilden.
Leading 7-0 at halftime, the
Tigers came back to score 3 touch
downs in the third period and the
reserves held the Tilden eleven
scoreless during the fourth quar
ter. . . ..
Ewing pushed over their first
touchdown late in the first quar
ter on a 32-yard scamper by Ron
Brion. The extra point set the scpl>
The second quarter was Score
less, but Garry Eacker did carry
a punt 55-yards to score only to
have it called back for illegal Use
of the hands. Then Freddie Wright
raced around* the right end, cut
back and was chased all the way
to the end zone. This touchdown
wa* called back too and the half
The third quarter was the big
one for Ewing with the Tigers
scoring from the nine, and twice
from the two on sneaks.
The Ewing reserves played the
rest of the game and held the Til
den team, but could do no scor
ing of their own.
Coach Gary TessmeT called it
a team victory with special empha
sis going to the strong Ewing line.
Last night the Tigers played
Newman Grove for the conference
championship, but no score had
been received at press time. Both
Ewing and Newman Grove have
defeated Battle Creek and Tilden
and share the laad in the confer
Stuart Broncos Beat
Springview Team, 19-13
Stuart Broncos added their sec
ond victory of the season Friday
night with a last quarter touch
down to beat Springview 19-13 at
mmmmmi—fin mm'mmm «un mi < —■
BUI Putnam—agresslve line
man led the way on defense at
West Point. He’s a 19* pound
senior, plays linebacker and
Springview took a 7-6 first quar
ter lead, lost it in the second quar
ter as Stuart added another 7
points to lead at halftime, 13-7.
The Broncos gave up 7 points
late in the third quarter as Spring
view knotted the score, then the
Stirart last quarter touchdown
saved the day.
Tom Brewster passed to Schma
derer for one toushdown, ran for
another and passed for the third.
Defensively, Don Fuelberth and
Dwight Holbrook were standouts.
tteore by quarters
Stuart 6 7 0 6
Springview 7 0 6 0
By Mrs. E. R. Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Collins
moved into Ita. C. E. Tibbets’
home Sunday, <3ct. 25. Mr. Collins
has been employed on the Olson
ranch near Bartlett.
The Better Ways extension club
met Tuesday, Oct. 20 at the home
of Mrs. Floyd Lenz with 11 mem
bers present. It was voted to give
$5.00 to the 4-H camp at Halsey.
A going away gift was given to
Mrs. Roy Fullerton who is movit^
soon to Neligh. Mrs. Duane Gross
nicklaus presented the lesson on
“Know Your Car". Lunch was
served by the hostess.
Next meeting is November 17
at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Waldo.
Twenty-one members were pres
ent at the Methodist church
Thursday, Oct. 22 for the 2nd ses
sion of the study on “Contempor
ary Man and the United Nations’’.
The Jesson was presented by Mrs.
James Grimes assisted by Mrs.
Genevieve Bell, Mrs. Sarah Ad
ams and Mrs. John Wintermote.
They discussed numerous facts
concerning the work of the var
ious departments of the United
Nations and also stated that if
the prayers of all chrifclrfms were
placed behind this great organiza
tion wonderful things coeld be
Mrs. E. R. Carpenter led the
devotionals and prepared the wor
ship center. The hymn “Lord, for
Tomorrow and its Needs’’ was
sung with Mrs. C. V. Robertson,
The president, Mrs. T. E. New
house presided at the business
session. Mrs. G. H. Adams report
ed on the first district missionary
in Sumatra. Mrs. Raymond Shoe
maker called for used clothing to
be sent where needed. Mrs. E. H.
Medcalf urged all members to
read the reeommended books,
The week of prayer and self
denial cards and envelopes were
distributed and an announcement
made of the special Uedk dt pray-'
er program to be held at the
church Thursday, afternoon, Oct.
29. The meeting closed with a
prayer by the president.
Lunch was served by the host
esses. Mrs. Ray Miller and Mrs.
La Verne Hoerle.
Kellar club met Wednesday. Oct.
21 in the home of Mrs. Clyde
Keltz with Mrs. Guais Wintermote
co-hostess. Fifteen members an
swered roll call by telling what
costume they would choosa for a
Halloween party. Door prize was
awarded to Mrs. Ernest Young. |
The program committee, Mrs.
Hattie Tibbets and Mrs. Genevieve,
Hell provided two interesting
readings from Ideals Magazine
followed by a game.
Lunch was served by the host
esses. The next meeting will be
November 4 with Mrs. Tibbets.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grimes
and family and Roger Hoppe, all j
of Milford were weekend guests
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
H. Grimes. The group wore din
ner guests Sunday in the Glen
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Catron
learned recently that his sister
in-law, Mrs. Boge Catron of Ne
ligh was hospitalized due to se
vere bums received when a stove
exploded. Mrs. Catron is well
known in Chambers.
Mrs. Mae Hubbard returned Sat
urday, Oct. 24 from a four week's
visit with her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. »onald Grubb
and family at Bremerton, Wash.
She also visited other relatives
and friends in the west.
Mrs. Clarence Young of Meridan,
Idaho and Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Young ef Bassatt were Sunday
guests in the Laverne Hoerle
home. Mrs. Young left Monday to
visit her mother at Belden.
Mr. and Mrs. C V. Robertson
and grandson, Jerry Robertson,)
spent the weekend at the Chris
Haussler home at Holbrook.
Richard Lehman has been a pa
tient at St. Anthony’s hospital in
Marvin Damme returned home '
Sunday after a week spent in Ari- 1
Charles Cox of Ord spent Sun
day with his parents. Rev. and
Mrs. Charles Qxx.
A number of friends from the
Chambers vicinity attended the
open house observance for Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Coolidge at their
home near Amelia Sunday. Oct. 25.
Several Chambers folks went to
Amelia Sunday evening, Oet. 25
to see slides of the Belgium Congo
to sea slides of the Belgian Congo
in Africa shown by Mr. and‘Mrs.
Mervin French of Page.
Rev. and Mrs. William Roten
and family arrived hame Friday,
Oct. 23 from Milwaukee and Madi
son, Wise, where they had spent
over two weeks with her parents, 1
brothers and sisters.
The junior class of the Cham
bers high school accompanied by
several members of the American
Legion and auxiliary attended1
county government day in O’Neill
A large group from the Cham-j
bers center attended achievement
day in O’Neill Tuesday, Oct. 20.
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Mitchell
of Lincoln are guests of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Fagan
and Gary. They plan to spend two
Mrs. Sarah Adams received
word of the death of her brother,
Adam McMillan, age 79 at Pay
ette, Idaho, Friday, Oct. 16. She
was unable to get reservations on
the train aad could not attend the
Mrs. Darrel Gillette underwent
minor surgery at St. Anthony’s
hospital in O’Neill Tuesday, Oct.
Carolyn Wintermote, student
nurse at the Emanuel Lutheran
hospital Ir Omaha visited her par-1
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Guais Winter
note a few days the first at the
The Army enlistment of Ger
ald R. Kactor, 1*. O’Neill for
training In Army Meld Radio
Maintenance was announced by
Recruiting Sergeant William
Kaczor. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward R. Kaczor, Annrar
Route, graduated from O’Neill
public high school, class of ’59.
Upon completion of prix-esslng
at Fort Carson, Cdlo., the new
enlistee will receive his radio
training at Fort Gordon, Ga.
Insurance of All
At A Glance
Team W L I
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O'Neill High 5 1 -
Atkinson l 5 —
Stuart 3 3 1
Chambers 3 a —
Orchard 1 4 “
Clearwater 5 2 —
Lynch 3 s l
Ewing 5 2 —
Spencer 5 2 —
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