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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1961)
O’NEILL PHOTO CO
Weds Zane Edwards
In Methodist Rite
Candelabra and yellow and
bronze mums decorated the altar
at the First Meth >dist cburtch
Sunday, Nov. 5, for the wedding
of Miss Carole Johnson, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin John
son, O’Neill, and Zane Edwards
son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ed
Officiating at the 3 p.tn. double
ring ceremony was the Rev.
Glenn Kennicott. Traditional wed
ding music was provided by Mrs.
Harold Scger, organist, and Stan
ley Lambert, Ewing, vocalist.
The bride appeared in a gown
fashioned of satin faced peau de
soie and imported rose point lace.
The slun bodice was designed
with a portrait scoop neckline
framed in lace appliques encrust
ed with seed pearls and irides
cents. Tlie sleeves were long and
tapered. A fitted midriff encircl
ed wiih the same lace gave an
empire effect above deep box
pleats extending into a belled
lloor length skirt which swept to
the back into a full chapel train.
Her bouffant bustle length veil
of silk English illusion was caught
to a demu-crown of lace edged
in seed pearls and accented by
aurora borealis crystals. She car
ried a cascade arrangement of
Matron of honor was Mrs. Gor
don Fox, Lincoln, Bridesm'aids
were Miss Lynda Haynes and
Mrs. Wayne Hoffman. The bride's
attendants wore moss green street
To Go Overseas
MONOWOI — Steven Chvala is
home visiting relatives and
friends on a 38-day furlough be
fore being sent overseas.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Pete Chavala, Monowi.
V ERDIGRE — Joe Divis, a Ver
digre painter, returned home this
week following a stay of eight
days in the Antelope Memorial
hospital at Neligh where he Un
derwent surgery. He will return
at a later date for further sur
NAPER — Orville Vance enter
ed the hospital at Burke, S. D.,
recently for medical treatment
following a slight heart attack.
He is reported to be improving
satisfactorily at this time.
length dresses fashioned with a
velveteen bodice and double silk
organza overskirts. Their bou
qu. s were yellow mums with
moss green velvet ribbon stream
The best man was Ronald M.
Siedel, Lincoln. Groomsmen were
Dale Wood and Wayne Hoffman.
Escorting the guests to their
seats were Bernard Grimes and
Randy Butterfield and LeEllen
Haynes were u.uidlelighters. Todd
Miller was ring bearer and Can
dice Marcellus was flower 'girl.
A reception was held immedi
ately following tiic ceremony in
the church pari r,s. Mrs. John L.
Farrier served as hostess. Cut
ting and serving the cake were
Mrs. Cecil Bishop and Mrs. Judy
Strong. Presiding at the coffee
service were Mrs. Pearl Jennings,
Lincoln, and Mrs. Dale Butter
field, sister of the bridegroom.
The Misses Sharon Marcellus,
Laurel Haynes and Lonna Haynes
served the bride’s table. In
charge of the gifts were Miss Hel
en Subotka, Mrs. Thomas Langan,
Miss Marilyn Lampman and Mrs.
The bride is a graduate of O’
Neill high school and Lincoln
School of Commerce. She has
been recently employed by the
Consumers Public Power District
The bridegroom is a graduate
of Chambers high school and at
tended Wesleyan university at
Following a wedding trip to
Florida, the couple will be at
home on a ranch west of Amelia.
STUART — Dick Keidel has
been initiated into a honorary
science fraternity at Wayne State
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Keidel, Stuart.
VERDIGRE — Mrs. Lavin Ober
le, 86-year-old Knox county pio
neer, suffered a broken right arm
Saturday morning when she slip
ped and fell on main street.
Following medical treatment at
the Verdigre Clinic, she was tak
en to the Creighton hospital by
her son, George Oberle.
Plan Card Party
The Friends of St. Mary's are
having a card party Sunday
evening in St. Mary’s gym. It is
being sponsored by the parents of
the ninth and tenth grades.
Lewis E. Jones
CLEARWATER — Miss lies*
Hornback, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Hurnback, Spencer,
and Lewis E. Jones, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Jones, Clearwa
ter, were united in marriage Sun
day, October 29, at 1:30 p.m. in
the Wesleyan Methodist church
Performing the single ring cer
emony was the Rev. Don Olmsted.
Traditional wedding music was
provided by John Green, Butte,
soloist, and Mrs. P. O. Friedrich,
Th • bride appeared in a balle
rina length g</wn of white nylon
with small pastel flowers over an
un ter lay of blue taffeta. It was
styled with a sweetheart neckline,
sheath bodice and a fall skirt
which featured tiny ruffles. The
uiuined jacket of white nylon had
long brulal sleeves and a high
collar. Her bouquet was of pink
roses, centered with a white or
chid, and white satin streamers.
Sisters of the bride served as
attendants, Miss Gay Hornback,
Spencer, as maid of honor, and
Mrs. Lois Clemens, Kearney, as
bridesmaid. The maid of honor
was attired in a blue ballerina
length dress of nylon with under
lay of blue taffeta. The brides
maid wore a pink ballerina length
dress cf brocade taffeta with se
quin trim. They carried floral ar
rangements of yellow and pink
Donald Jones, brother of the
bridegroom, served as best man.
Ushers were James McKillip, El
gin, and Ronald Hornback, Silen
Jcni and Bruce Clemens, both
of Kearney, were flower girl and
ring bearer, respectively. Candle
lighters were Miss Marilyn Clem
ens, ivearuey, ana u;ue woue.
One hundred guests attended
the reception held in the church
parsonage basement following the
ceremony. Mrs. Ray Hornback
cut and served the wedding cake.
Mrs. Walter Hornback presided at
the coffee service. Servers were
the Misses Bonnie, Rose and Ros
ella Hornback, Spencer, and El
sie Jacobs, Neligh. Mrs. Ivan Hi
att, Bristow, had charge of the
guest book. Mrs. Pat Hurley, At
kinson, sister of the bride, and
Mrs. Richard Kallhoff, Ewing, sis
ter of the bridegroom, arranged
The bride attended Spencer
high school, and the bridegroom
attended Clearwater high school.
He served in the armed forces
three years and 26 mcnths of that
time was spent in Germany. He is
employed by the John Deere Im
plement company and also farms
southwest of Clearwater where
the couple is residing follcwing a
wedding trip to the Black Hills.
MONOWI — Fred Svatos is in
the Veterans hospital in Lincoln
where he is receiving medical
care. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fernau,
Mrs: Frank Ertz, Lois Genser
and Tommy Matejcek visited Mr.
STUART — Word has been re
ceived that Mrs. Vernon Heyne
has undergone Surgery at the
Methodist hospital in Omaha and
is reported to be in satisfactory
Letters and cards would be en
joyed by Mrs. Heyne. Her ad
dress is Methodist Hospital, Room
449, Omaha, Nebraska.
STUART — The football squad
from the Stuart high school at
tended the Nebraska-Kansas foot
ball game Satru-day at Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cole, Em
mett, and Mr. and Mrs. George
Hammond, O'Neill, were among
those folks attending the Kansas
Nebraska game in Lincoln Satur
Mrs. Melena Entertains
Chez-a-Marie club met at the
home of Mrs. Woody Melena Mon
day evening. Following a dinner
at the M & M cafe, the group ad
journed to the Melena home for
an evening of bridge. Winners
were Mrs. Duke Kersenbrock,
Mrs. George Hammond and Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Tomlinson, Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Carson, Mrs. Loretta
Hynes and Mrs. Allan Jaszkowiak
spent the weekend in Lincoln at
tending the Kansas Stute-Nebras
ka football game. Mrs. Tomlin
son visited with her son. Larry
a member of the Nebraska foot
bail squad. Larry suffered t
sprained wrist October 28 whicl
was placed in a splint until Thurs
day. He was able to play in th«
game Saturday. Mrs. Jaskowial
was a guest of her daughter, Ny
la, a student at Nebraska uni
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grady anc
children will leave Friday for Ft
Dodge, la. They will go to low*
City Saturday where they wil
attend the Homecoming and foot
ball game between the University
of Iowa and Minnesota. Mrs. Gra
dy is an alumni of the Univer
sity of Icwa.
Club Studies Birds
Eager Beaver 4-H club mem
bers met at District Xi school
house October 23 at 9 a m. for a
regular meeting. The treasurer,
Lynda Hynes, gave her report
and the members answered roll
call by presenting pictures ol
bird beaks. The pictures were
mounted as a poster. A summary
of a bird hike was given with the
aul of notes from Trudy Schultz.
A bird feeder will be built at the
next meeting. The club participat
ed in Parents Day October 30 and
a Halloween party October 31
The Christmas party will be held
the week before Christmas. Jim
CHAMBERS — Donald Hoge,
wlio moved with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. Hilbert Hoge, from
Chambers to Seattle, Wash., July
1957, enlisted in the air force Oc
tober 17. His address is AB Don
aid Hoge MAF 19721045, Box 1504
FIT, 1646, Lackland AFB, Texas
ueiauves miorm une frontier
that he would very much appre
ciate cards and letters from
friends in this area. He will cele
brate his birthday December 7.
Mrs. kokrda Is Hostess
Members of the What Not Ex
tension club met Thursday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Donald
Kokrda. A Christmas dinner and
party was planned for December
7 with a gift exchange. Plans
were also made to participate in
the county gift display of Exten
sion elute November 16. Mem
bers answered roll call with “rea
sons to be thankful”. Mrs. Reed
Herley gave the lesson on “free
zing meals”. Mrs. Bob Carroll
and Mrs. H. L. McCoy were
guests. Refreshment were served
by Mrs. Kokrda.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Janzing
and Debbie, Fullerton, visited
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Janzing, over the week
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rooney were
Lincoln visitors over the week
end. Saturday they attended th/
Kansas-Nebraska football game.
Marvin Miller attended an ed
ucation meeting Saturday in Lin
coln, In the afternoon he attended
the University of Nebraska gam<*
Mrs. J. P. Brown and Frances
Stuart accompanied Mrs. Brown’s
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. William Wefso, Atkinson, to
Rushviile Friday to spend the
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ro
bert Wefso and Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Wefso and family. Al
so present in Rushville at the
Wefso homes were Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Hodge, Denver; Dr. and
Mrs. Donald Hagel and family,
Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. Irene
Robinson, North Platte and Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wefso jr., Mon
ADMITTED: Oct. 30 — Lloyd
Thurlow of Stuart, Mrs. Bernard
Lorenz and Mrs. Raymond Cal
kins of O’Neill. 31 — Mrs. Ray
Barta of Long Pine and Mrs. Ma
bel Shearer of Stuart. Nov. 1—
Mrs. Wordell Alexander of Na
per and Mrs. Delbert Hood of
Butte. 2 — Mrs. George Albrecht
of Atkinson and Mrs. Ed Jansen
of Stuart. 3 — Mrs. Joseph Wal
nofer of Stuart and Mrs. Wayne
Zink of Naper. 4 — Edward De
seive, Arthur Miller and Mrs.
Rose Monahan of Atkinson. 6 —
Mrs. Robert Lemmer of Atkinson
DISMISSED: —Oct. 30 — An
nette Reiman of Butte and Mrs.
Vernon Heyne of Stuart. 3 — Ju
les Schafer of Stuart. Nov. 1 —
Walter Ouart of Stuart and Mrs.
Mabel Shearer of Atkinscn. 3 —
Mrs. Ray Calkins and baby of
O’Neill. 4 — Mrs. Bernard Lorenz
and baby of O’Neill.
The good fight for
In the fight against disease, your registered
pharmacist works side by side with your
doctor. You can trust hi me to fill your Rx
with the utmost precision.
Johnson Drug Store
Phone 118 O'Neill, Nebraska
STI ART — Mr. and Mrs. Mer
rill Smith, Stuart, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Ifnris, to Daryl Starr, Win of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Starr, Staple
The couple will graduate from
the I'ni versify of Nebraska Col
lege of Agriculture In the spring,
and is planning a June wedding.
LORENZ — Mr. and Mrs. Ber
nard Lorenz of O'Neill, daughter,
Sandra Lynn, 6 pounds 6 ounces,
CALKINS — Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Calkins of O’Neill, son, Walter
Fred. 6 pounds 2 ounces, Oct. 30.
HOOD — Mr. and Mrs. Delbert
Hood of Butte, son, Gary Dean,
8 pounds 6 ounces, Nov. 1. The
OOlinlfi Knc O /dLrv. _1
JANSEN — Mr. and Mrs. Ed
mond Jansen of Stuart, son, Todd
Anthony, 6 pounds 10‘i ounces,
ZINK — Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Zink of Naper, son, 8 pounds 3
ounces, Nov. 3
REIXKE — Mr. and Mrs. Sam
del Reinke of Orchard, daughter,
Sharon Stephanie, 9 pounds 1
ounce, Oct. 25, Antelope Memor
ial hospital, Neligh.
NIS3EN — Mr. and Mrs. Vic
tor Nissen of Hartigton, son, Oct.
20. The couple also has 2 daugh
KOCH — Mr. and Mrs. Emery
Koch of Crofton, daughter, Lois
Ann, 7 pounds 14 ounces, Sept.
27. Mrs. Koch is the former Ev
elyn Arens of Hartington. The
couple now has 3 daughters and
BUSSKOHL — Mr. and Mrs.
James Busskohl of Blair, son, 7
pcUnds 8 ounces, Oct. 27. Mr.
and Mrs. William Busskohl of
Bloomfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Ferris of Norfolk are the
COOVER — Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Coover of Verdigre, daugh
ter, 9 pounds 7 ounces, Nov. 1
The couple now has 3 daughters.
MITCHELL — Mr. and Mrs. Ro
bert Mitchell of Omaha, son, 2
pounds 14 ounces, Nov. 5. The
couple has another son and a
daughter. Mrs. Mitchell is the for
mer Lois JUndt, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Jundt of Creighton.
Mr. and Mrs. George Jeffrey are
the paternal grandparents.
SPITTLER — Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Spittler of Valentine,
son, 5 pounds 3 ounces, Nov. 3
This makes two boys and one
girl in the Spittler family. Mrs.
Laura Spittler of Ewing is the Da
FORSLUND — Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill Forslund of Ewing,
daughter, Pamela Jo, 5 pounds 1
ounce, Nov. 1, Antelope hospital,
Neligh. The maternal grandmo
ther is Mrs. Althea Peterson and
the paternal grandmother is Mrs.
Minerva Forslund, both of Ew
BORG — Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Borg of San Bernardino, Calif.,
son, 9 pounds 11 ounces, Nov. 3
Mrs. Borg is the former Mary
Jo Hynes, daughter of Mrs. Lor
etta Hynes and Mr. Borg is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Borg of
O'Neill. The couple now has 3
sons and a daughter.
CADWALLADER — Mr. and
Mrs. Art Cadwallader of Washoe,
Mont., son, Raymond, 6 pounds
11 ounces, Oct. 30. Guy Cadwalla
der of Stuart is the paternal
Have Winning Display
Gary Gillespie. O’Neill sopho
more at the Nebraska Wesleyan
university, was chairman for the
prize winning Homecoming dis
play of the Zeta Gamma chapter
of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Other Holt countians assisting
with the display were Roger
Tompkins, Inman, and Perry
Dawes, Fairbury, formerly of O’
Graveside Rites Held
ATKINSON — Graveside rites
were held at Woodlawn cemetery
in Atkinson Friday morning for
tbe infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Pacha, Atkinson.
Advestist Church Will
Have Week of Prayer
LYNCH — The Lynch Seventh
Day Adventist church will par
ticipate in a World Week of
Prayer beginning Sunday. Nov.
II, and continuing until Novem
ber 18 with services each eve
ning from 7 to 8 p.m.
The prayer services will be di
rected by FiOyd Kassa, elder, and
will be concerned with present
wor.a conditions. The concljding
service will be the regular 11
a.m. service November 18.
Wed.-Thurs. Nov. 8-9
Howard Keel Tina Louise
Warner Anderson Burt Reynolds
Paul Newman Eva Marie Saint
Ralph Richardson Peter Lawford
Lee J. Cobb Sal Mineo
John Derek Jill Hawarth ■
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Highway Safety Effort Continues;
Youths to Hold Statewide Meeting
LINCOLN — Gov. Frank Mor
rison is reaching out to the teen
age bracket in his continuing ef
fort to promote highway safety.
Youths from all over the state
are expected Saturday (Nov. 11)
for a statewide youth safety con
ference in Lincoln. The con
ference will be held in the
modem Center for Continuing
Education on the University ol
Nebraska Agriculture campus
Alarmed at the mounting traffic
death toll in Nebraska, Gov. Mor
rison explained. "I’m trying to
use every tool available to make
the people safety-conscious."
Already the governor has set
weekend safe driving programs,
held safety conferences out state,
named a safety council and
foundation and now is aiming at
the younger set.
Addressing the teen-agers at
the conference will be Dr. A. L.
Chapman who is the assistant
surgeon general and chief of the
Division of Accident Prevention
of the U. S. Department of
Health, Education and Welfare.
Gov. Morrison, who once was
severely injured in an automobile
accident several years ago in
which a friend died, is |>ersonal
ly interested in traffic safety.
The fact that Nebraska has the
second best fatality record of the
north central states is of no con
solation to him. "I'm only think
ing of the hundreds of homes in
the state of Nebraska that have
suffered the loss of a loved one,"
the governor said.
* • •
The man who is in charge of
tourist promotion in Nebraska
State Game Commision Director
Mel Steen—thinks that within 10
years tourism can boom into one
of the largest businesses in the
He told the Legislative Council
study committee on tourism that
with a proper promotion and de
velopment program, Nebraskans
can realize 5500 million annually
from tourists. He says the state
is moving too slow now and that
his estimate is ultra-conservative
since the U. S. Park service be
lieves the state has the potential
to hit $800 million annually.
Steen says agriculture should
be vitally interested in tourist
promotion since it has a great in
direct benefit for them lie says
tourists spend 32 per cent of their
money—the largest single amount
—for foodstuffs. Gasoline and
lodging take up from 20 to 24
per cent each and the rest is
spent for other items such as
fees and knicknacks.
* • •
Diamonds soon will glitter in
the State Capitol. Building Supt.
R. C. Newell is having a diamond
studded plaque repaired and will
have it displayed in the State
house when a suitable location
is found. The plaque—with 75
perfect diamonds in it -was pre
sented to the state on its 75th
birthday by the Jewelers Guild
* • *
Regular weekly meetings have
begun for the State Standards:
and Specifications Committee at;
the order of Gov. Frank Morri
son. The committee—a policy
making group for the administra
tion of state purchasing laws—
met only sporadically in the jest.
Morrison says that now anyone
with suggestions for improving j
purchasing procedures and sepci
fications can present them each I
t* v_ v_ n ivy uic WUU1UIICC. XUCIiUA.1
ship of the committee is Tax
Commissioner Forrest Johnson,
Purchasing Agent George Morris
and State Engineer John Hos
sack. Controversy over state pur
chasing has been in the news the
past few months.
• • •
Several Legislative Council
study committees either met or
had meetings scheduled this
month. Still to be held are meet
ings of the committee on the air
craft gasoline tax on Nov. 16 and
the committee on the gasoline tax
cxi Nov. 17.
Committees which already
have held meetings this month in
clude the tourism committee, the
committee on educational pro
blems in the Omaha area, the ■
public power committee, the
school lands committee, the road
district law committee and the
committee on state purchasing.
* « *
The Interstate highway be
tween Omaha and Lincoln is pro
viding a boom for some tow-in
operators. The high speed limit of,
75 mph is a contributing factor ;
since many cars have not been I
driven for distances at that speed
before and break down, especial
ly the older models.
Another factor is that stalled
autos must be removed from the
highway within 2 hours after the
breakdown. Much of the time
state troopers patrolling the
highway is spent in assisting:
* • •
A Legislative Council study
committee looking into the pro
hit-ms of education in the Oma
ha area learned that 3 counties
in that area handle one-third of
the students in the state.
Commissioner of Education
Freeman Decker said Douglas,
Sarpy and Cass counties have
some 110.000 of the 340.000 stu
dents from kindergarten through
1-th grade in Die state
(Another story in the series of
"Meet Your Correspondents").
Our article this week concerns
Mrs. Ralph Brookhouser who
writes about the people in the
She has been a correspondent
for The Frontier for seven years,
first starting when Cal Stewart
was publisher of the paper.
Mrs. Brookhouser is a native of
Sparta, northeast of Verdigre.
She attended school in District
51 until 1920 when the fumily
moved to Verdigre and she en
tered public school where she
graduated in 1926.
Thirty-five years ago she was
married to Ralph Brookhouser
and the couple lived in the Wal
nut, Middle Branch and Venus
communities since their mar
riage. They have resided In their
present home 11% miles north
west of Orchard since 1943.
Their family consists of four
daughters and two sons, Mrs.
James A. Border, Washington,
I>. C.; Mrs. Emil Bartos, Ver
digre; Mrs. Marlin T. Tusha,
Woodbridge, Va.; Mrs. Richard
EnEarl, Tacoma, Wash.; Larry
L, Grand Island, and Ray,
Orchard. There are seven grand
daughters and six grandsons.
Real estate and personal property will bo sold at nuctifjn located
10 miles northeast of Spencer, Nebr., or 7unties north, 1 mile
west and 3/4 north of Bristow, Nebr., or C miles K->uth of Fort
Randall Dam, in the good producing territory of Gnats, Nebr.
1600 Foot runway for anyone arriving by plane
MONDAY, NOV. 13
Sale starts 11:00 a m. Sharp Lunch b# Gross Women s Club (
Real Estate Description
640 acres of land will be offered either as one or two units. Crop
land on both units has been well eared for, rotated and fertilized
and is in top producing condition. Pastures are cross fenced,
have been rotated and not overgrazed Crops were excellent this
year. The 2 units will make an ideal stock and grain farm and
should certainly interest anyone seeking such a combination.
Machinery, Tools & Other Equip.
I960 Massey Ferguson 85 diesel tractor 700 hrs., wide front end;
1955 John Deere 60 tractor, power steering; 1957 Allis Chalmers
tractor with big 45 motor; 1957 IHC 2-ton truck with Harsh hoist,
15-ft. combination rack and new motor and rear end- 1959 Farm
hand, grapple fork, dirt plate and snow scoop; Henk<- roller mill,
18-inch 600-bu. shelled com per hour capacity, with feed auger;
Rotavator plow, 80”, 3-point hitch; 1958 Massey Ferguson self
propelled combine with grain pickup and Heston milo head plus
compicking head; Soil mover, 1 3/4-yd., on 4 wheels; Habco grain
dryer, 400, with 50-ft. high-pressure hose.
135 Head of Cattle 135
62 — Hereford cows, good age, calves at side (Dams are tested;
3 — Registered Hereford bulls; 3 — Milk cows 2 Holstein and 1
Shorthorn; 5 — Mixed yearlings.
Hay and Grain
400 tons silage hybrid forage yielding 70 bushels grain per acre;
30 stacks of alfalfa and prairie hay; 225 bales alfalfa and straw;
10,000 bu. of Milo dried to less than 12 per cent; 350 bu. Barley;
200 bu. of Oats and Milo mixed.
1953 Piper P A. 22 airplane with Lycoming 135 h p. motor, full
panel completely majored at 1855 hrs. Present reading 2034 hr*.
Mast be inspected before day of sale.
TERMS: CASH. No property removed until nettled for.
Vernon & Anna Wenke
Lester E. Pearson A Marvin Larsen, auctioneers
Nebraska State Bank, Bristow, clerk
Mrs HvrMttioujfrt* ihafcrvrN her
family is the largest ever to
graduate from the name school
as the parents. The six children
graduated from Verdigre high
amt so did Mr ami Mrs. Hrook
tsxjser Five of the children were
In school when J J. Van Hoff was
school supertntrndent He was
also sujH'rintendent when Mr*
Hmnkhoo*<-r was graduated
The Venus corresj* indent Is a
busy person, besides die regular
run of duties on the farm and tn
the home, die manage* to find
tune to take part in outstrie
activities. She has been a mem*
tier of the Help U eigi since
HUM. amt is a charter member of
ttw Work and Fun club She has
1 een a member of die School
Board the past 15 year*, and
is chairman of tier precinct elec
tion board; h-l|**d out on IUx1
Cross amt USO drives and tins
served on die government census
Her mum hobby, however, is
raising turkey* which die Ita*
solil tn great numbers all over the
state amt several out of die state
Turkeys have l>ecn raised at the
Uraokhouser farm for ttie past
18 year* The (xxilts used to tie
hatched at the farm but are now
ordered atxxit April 1 so she
can ha vie a good matured flock
t>y Thanksgiving time
Visitors admire tin* fine twrscs
at the brook ho user farm as well
as the cattle. The b rookie-users
have crossed some of the Here
ford cattle with Angus.
Among Mr*. Hrookliouser's ta
lents is tier ability to turn <xjt
some extra gixxl dinners am!
muny of her friends can vouch
for the tastiness of her kola dies
Hose brookliouNer is a g«xxl
nature-1, friendly wonun wh i en
joys life to the utmost. The
FYonfier personnel has Jong en
joyed tier relationship with the
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