Cambridge Clarion from Cambridge, Nebraska on July 5, 1956 · 8
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Cambridge Clarion from Cambridge, Nebraska · 8

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THE CAMBRIDGE CLARION Thursday July S 1956 Cambridge Personal — Society- Churches ' — Badttf and Locals Must Be In This Office bv Noon Tuesdays If They Are to Annear n This Pace w Page Eight LONE STAR CHURCH Clifford Schultz Pastor Sunday— 10:00 Sunday School 11:00 Worship Service 8:00 Evening Worship Prayer Meeting FREE METHODIST CHURCH J C Bedford Pastor Sunday Worship Service 9:00 am Prayer meeting 7:45 pm You are invited to worship with us at all times AFTON CHURCH Sunday School at 10:00 Lloyd Broud Supt Fellowship Services third Sunday of each month JOHN’S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father Banach Pastor Daily Mass 1:80 am Sunday 7:00 and 9:00 am Confession: Saturday 4:00 and 7:30 pm ST ST PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH (Missouri Synod) Albert F L Schroeder Pastor 10:00 am Sunday School 11:00 am Divine Services Always a welcome FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Walter J Olsen Paator Thursday July 5 7:30 to 9:30 pm Ice Cream Social sponsored by the Junior High Pilgrim Fellowship to raise money for camp Friday July 6 No Junior Choir Sunday July 8 9:45 am Church School 10:00 am Youth Class Women's Class Men’s Class 11:00 am Morning Worship July 8 through 14th Western Junior High Camp Lexington Monday July 9 No Junior Choir 8:00 pm Board of Trustees EVANGELICAL UNITED i BRETHREN CHURCH A Langenberg Minister Services for the Lord's Day Church School at 10 Worship Service at 11 Youth and Adult Fellowship at 7:30 Midweek Prayer Service Thursday at 8 pm The Woman’s Missionary Society will meet on Wednesday of next week at 2 pm Brotherhood will meet Wednes-day evening of next week at 8 us ae welcome to worship with THE METHODIST CHURCH Dale Westadt Minister Saturday July 7 Junior Fellowship meets at 3:00 p m Sunday July 8 Sunday School 10:00 a m Worship Service 1100 a m The Rainbow Oirls will be our guests at this service Youth Fellowship 7:30 p m Wednesday July 11 Official Board Meeting 8:00 p m Finance Commission will meet following Official Board meeting Thursday July 12 Woman's Society of Christian Service 2:00 p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Winston M Sherwick Interim Pastor 10:00 a m Church Bible School 11:00 a m Morning Worship 8:00 p m Evening Gospel Hour SALEM LUTHERAN CHURCH July 15 88 and Bible Classes 9:30 A M: Worship Service 10:00 AM July 17 Adult Membership Class 8:00 PM July 18 LLL 8:00 PM July 22 SS and Bible Classes 9:30 AM Worship Service 10:00 AM July 23 Meeting of Elders 8:00 PM July 24 Adult Membership Class 8:00 PM July 29 SS and Bible Classes 9:30 AM Worship Service 10:00 AM August 1 LLL 8:00 PM August 2 Ladies Aid 2:00 PM CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE8 Humanity's need for effective prayer will be emphasized at Christian Science services Suftday Keynoting the Lesson - Sermon A Good Celebration Why Not Work FIX JOB AROUND July 4th ’56 Is We Have The Materials You’ll Need Cambridge PHONE 27 Pictured are Mr and Mrs Guy Heilman on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary which they observed Sunday June 24 by holding open house for their many friends Mr and Mrs Heilman were married June 24 1931 in Hayes Center Nebr and came to make their home in Cam Cowboy Plaques Made By Scouts Den III Cub Scouts met Wednesday at the Cambridge swimming pool Following an hour of swimming the meeting was opened with the pledge Roll call was answered with facts about famous cowboys The boys then worked on their plaques It was announced that all the boys of Den III were entering the Soap Box Derby The meetiiu closed with the living circle The boys had brought a sack lunch with Mike Ross furnishing the drink Richy Trobaugh denner r-O Mrs Clara Johnson Surprised Wednes Neighborhood friends surprised Mrs Clara Johnson with a party at her home Wednesday evening June 27 In observance of her birthday Those who came in to surprise her were Mrs Nina McKinney Mrs Carrie Richardson Mrs Nora Carter and Mrs Lawrence Brown The ladles brought refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream o Two Meetings Of Den II Cub Scouts Den II Cub Scouts have held their last two meetings in the shelter-house in the pane after swimming in the pool Wednesday June 22 games which the boys had made at home were brought for display On the following Wednesday they worked on cowboys as their scout project Mrs Allen Taylor is den mother and sponsored both meetings Larry Ommert Denner entitled ‘‘Sacrament’’ is the Golden Text from Psalms (19:14): “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in thy sight O Lord my strength and my redeemer” The importance of earnest prayer to God is brought out in readings from “Solence and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy which will include the following (4:3-9): "What we most need is the prayer of fervent desire for growth in grace expressed in patience meekness love and good deeds To keep the commandments of our Master and follow his example is our proper debt to him and the only worthy evidence of our gratitude for all that he has done” At Home On Some - IT THE HOUSE The Time To Fix Ittriier Co C — It— July 5 R Society and Locate Must Be in This Office by Noon Tuesdays If They Are to Appear a This Page Reception Honors Walter Olsens A buffet supper for Rev and Mrs Walter Olsen their house-guests and delegates of the Southwestern Association of Congregational Churches was served Thursday at 5:45 p m in Pilgrim Hall of the Congregational Church The supper followed the examination of the credentials of Mr Olsen for ordination to the Christian Ministry Delegates were from the ten churches in the association with the Rev Wm Richards serving as moderator The ordination services were held at 7:30 p m Featured soloists were Mrs J R Reeder and Mrs Paul Poush A reception sponsored by the 1020 Circle with Mrs George Thorndike as chairman was given to honor the Rev and Mrs Olsen at the completion of the ordination services In the receiving line were Rev and Mrs Olsen Dr Hugh White Berkeley California Mr and Mrs Wallace J Olsen Crete 111 Mr and Mrs Frank M Ross Mission Kansas Rev and Mrs Wm Richards and Mrs J W Trenchard bridge as Mr Heilman had purchased the Chevrolet Garage In April He is now a partner in the Beardmore Motor Co is owner of the Heilman Implement Co and raises Purebred Herefords The Heilmans have three children Jo Ann Eddie and Janet — Harpst Photo Recent Meetings Of Sunny Hillside The Sunny Hillside 4-H Club met recently at the home of Joyce Roberts The president called the meeting to order All members were present and stood and repeated the 4-H pledge A demonstration on the different parts of a sewing machine was given The group then sang a song and played a game Carole and Joyce served cookies and lemonade for efresh-ments The club met again June 21 at the home of Judy Johnson The president presided All members were present and answered roll call with a favorite recipe The year book was filled out A demonstration on fixing sandwiches and a vegetable plate was given A song was sung followed by a game A raw vegetable plate sandwiches and iced tea were served for refreshments The next meeting will be at the home of Joyce Roberts Joyce Roberts news reporter Shower For Recent Bride Mrs Vince Flammang and Marianne Sayer were hostesses Wednesday evening June 27 at a bridal party and lawn shower to honor Mrs Robert Linderholm Games and contests with a bridal theme were played after which Mrs Linderholm opened her gifts Refreshments were dainty sandwiches relishes and iced team Favors were ring sets made with marshmallows and foil Napkins were marked “Bob and Shirley CARD OF THANKS I wish to say "Thank You’’ to the many friends neighbors and relatives who so kindly helped my family sent flowers cards gifts and in any way made my stay In the hospital a more pleasant one Dr Minnick Dr Shank Dr Stewart all you wonderful nurses a special "Thank you” for your excellent care May God grant his choic e s t blessings upon everyone of you Mrs Jack Powell C-lt-July 5 R o Thursday July 5 G A R Picnic - Shelterhouse in Cambridge Park Friday July 6 Crochet Club - hostess Mrs Ed Laverack Eastern Star - 7:30 pm Officers practice Sunday July 8 Cub Scout soap box derby 3:00 pm Elsenh&rt hill Monday July 9 Rotary - 6:45 pm Lions - Ladles night Cambridge Park Tuesday July 10 Eastern Star - 8:00 pm stated meeting Initiation Officers wear formals Wednesday July 11 WSWS -Church basement Mrs Mildred Max and Mrs Emily Te-ter hostesses PollyAnn Club hostess Mrs Ray Coleman Afternoon Bridge Club - Mrs Lulu Sherburne hostess IOOF Lodge Thursday July 12 WSCS - 2:00 pm general meeting Methodist Church o Mr and Mrs Harold Laverack and family Mrs Cecil Lavera and Connie spent the weekend in the Colorado mountains Mrs Charles Wright Jimmy and Ann of McCook are spending 2 weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs C W John while Mr Wright is in Michigan on business Mrs Higgins Mrs Leon Ridpath and Jim spent Wednesday and Friday afternoons in McCook picking cherries at their McCook home Business Club Meets Tuesday Mrs Robert Rock vice- president presided when the Business and Professional Woman’s Club met Tuesday evening June 26 for the monthly dinner and business meeting in the American Legion Hall larjorie Gilbert told of attending a school of instruction in Lincoln on June 9 She announced that he Fail Board meeting will be held in Holdrege on August 17 18 19 and the District Fall Conference will also be in Holdrege on September 30 Mrs Emma Baughman Introduced ten-year-old Eddie Rathbun who played two piano selections "Twilight Reverie” and “Sunset Echoes” Sharon Brittain gave a report of Girl’s State which she attended recently The girl for Girl’s State is sponsored by the local club Jointly with the American Legion Auxiliary Plans were made for a club picnic to be held at the home of Mrs Emma Baughman Monday evening July 23 Each member is asked to bring her own table service Preceding the meeting a 7:00 p m dinner was served by a committee of Auxiliary ladles Mrs Henrietta Warner Mrs Eugene Marble and Sharon Brittain were club guests Mrs Gene McCray was a guest during the program Cubs Make Bird House Patterns - Den V Cub Scouts held last week’s meeting in the Cambridge Park They were accompanied by their den mother Mrs Fredrick Trosper and her assistant Mrs Roy Johnson The meeting was opened with the flag ceremony by Howard Johnson James Paris conducted the business meeting Roll call was answered with a favorite cowboy song Patterns were made for a bird house Eddie Rathbun served treats of Kool-aid and cookies Howard Johnson denner -o Bridge Party At Easter Home Mrs Art Easter and Mrs William Cromwell of Denver entertained at three tables of bridge at the Easter home Thursday evening June 28 When scores were tallied Mrs Eldon Simon won high Mrs Clem': Trumble low and Mrs Don Harpst bingo o Jolly Workers Meet June 25 The Jolly Workers 4-H Club met at the home of Harold White on Monday June 25 Members identified 25 different kinds of weeds and worked on posters The next meeting will be July 6 at the Earl Phillips home Billy Phillips news reporter o Future Homemakers Meet On June 27 The Future Homemakers of America met at the home of Mrs Arthur Easter June 27 for the monthly summer meeting They discussed plans for the year’s work Refreshments of home made ice cream cake and ice tea were served Carole Kubik Reporter o Mr and Mrs C W John were in Omaha over the weekend attending the Rexall Gift Show at the Hotel Fontenelle Mrs Tiff Minnick who is attending summer school at the University of Nebraska came Thursday for the ordination of Walter Olsen She was accompanied by Mrs Sadie Rosenfelt Mary Lois Tolin Wolbach Neb Rev and Mrs Crocker of Ogallala and Brule and Mrs Leon Nelson and children of Albion Neb Mr and Mrs J R Reeder were In Omaha on business over the weekend Bee James of Lincoln visited with Cambridge friends and relatives over the weekend Mr and Mrs Roger Jones and children and Mrs Richard Trant were dinner guests Sunday evening in the M C Lockenour home Mr and Mrs Harley Simon visited Thursday in Kearney with their daughter Sharon Simon Enthusiasm is High Still not too late to register for the Ballroom Dancing Classes Latin and American Dance Steps Beginners Class — 7 P M Advanced Groups — 8-9 P M Every Friday night this summer — at Museum Basement - Call Richard Moore 283W R V Studio Richard Moore and Virginia Brown C— It— July 5 R Mr and Mrs Louis Schaffert were honored on their silver wedding anniversary Saturday June 23 when fifty relatives and friends gathered at the Lutheran Church in observance of the occasion Mr and Mrs Schaffert were married June 23 1931 at St John’s Lutheran Church southeast of McCook They lived on Girls 4-H Club Meets Recently Mrs Robinson the leader and Mrs Colson assistant leader of the Make ‘Em & Bake ‘Em 4-H Club held their regular meeting June 22 at Pearl Allen’s home The meeting was brought to order by the president and minutes of last meeting were read by Pauline the secretary The girls planned a picnic at the Medicine Dam July 6 A motion was made the meeting be closed and the girls team demonstrated making sandwiches and the vegetable plate At close of the afternoon a delicious lunch was served by Mrs Allen and everyone sampled the girls’ sandwiches and vegetables Barbara Wier Reporter Rainbow Meeting Held Wednesday The regular meeting of the Order of the Rainbow was held Wednesday June 27 in the Masonic Temple The Grand Officers presented were Janet Reeder Grand Musician Karen Johnson and Janet Johnson Grand Representatives Miss Edith Clegg Worthy Matron of Mistletoe Chapter O E S was introduced and welcomed Vicky McCollam was initiated into the order by Worthy Advisor Janet Johnson and her officers Mr G E Simon was presented and thanked for his generous support of the Order Miss Sandra Phelps Mrs Geraldine Kester and Mrs Margaret Easter were given their Grand Cross of Color Medallions by Mother Advisor Marian Taylor The officers closed the meeting with the retiring march o CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors who so kindly offered their sympathy in our recent bereavement in the passing of our beloved husband and father Thanks for the beautiful flowers and music Thanks to the minister pall bearers the Baptist church also the kindness shown the family at the funeral home and thanks for cards and personal calls We especially wish to thank Mrs Earl McMahone and helpers for the food May God bless ever-one of you Mrs T J Sammons Mil- lie Mae and Essie Mr J H Sammons and family CW-lt-July 5 B o Margaret Everett came Friday from Topeka Kanfeas She and Dr and Mrs B F Stewart left Saturday on a vacation trip to Estes Park Mr and Mrs Gaylord Ritz and Carol and Mr and Mrs Wally Smith and Shawn left Wednesday morning for their home in Richland Washington after their visit here with relatives and friends Rev and Mrs Elvin J Olson came Wednesday to join their children in the Harry Thorndike home where they are now visiting They were accompanied by Rev Olson’s nephew Craig Balneki of Hastings Mr and Mrs Raymond Craay and two sons of Morrill Nebr arrived over the weekend to visit Cambridge relatives and friends Visiting in the Tiff Minnick home over the weekend were Mrs Leon Nelson and children of Albion They came for toe ordination services of Walter Olsen Mrs Etta Snyder left Monday for Caldwell Idaho where she will visit relatives a farm seven miles south of Bartley until 1951 when they built a home and moved to Cambridge where Mr Schaffert is associated with the State Farm Mutual Insurance Co The Schafferts have one daughter DeLoris wife of Harold Summers and one grandchild David William of Kearney —Harpst Photo Complete Plans For Scout Derby The Executive Board of Scout Pack No 150 met at the Barney Ross home Saturday June 28 with Cub Master Sid Trobaugh in charge Last minute preparations were made for the soap box derby which will be held Sunday July 8 at 3:00 pm on the Eisenhart hill A derby parade will take place Saturday July 7 at 2:30 pm on main street starting at Gambles The next pack meeting will be held July 25 at 6:30 pm in the shelterhouse to the park Church School Lesson The REV ROBERT FAITH There is a story that a Mediterranean captain sailed his ship for toe first time outside his inland sea to venture upon the great Atlantic But unaccustomed as he was to the mighty ocean he made the voyage without mishap and reached the outer bar of his destined port And then he found that there was scant depth at the harbor mouth He was somewhat alarmed but then was relieved by a message that came from the port authorities assuring him that toe returning tide would bear his vessal safely inside the harbor He had never known such tides as those of which he was to learn for toe Mediter Fresh delicious candy For yourself for friends! SicvtA CANDIES HOME FASHIONED assortment of pecan roll nut crunches jellies 1 Lb Box 135 Bellamy’s Pharmacy THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE Phone 50 Cambridge Nebr C— It— July 5 R Former Cambridge Man Wed in Calif The marriage of Francis Leon Carroll of Maricopa California and Miss Marion Mary Morin of Uxbridge Massachusetts took place Sunday June 10 1956 in St Mary’s Catholic Church Taft California With Monsignor Harry Clinch officiating Frances C Wolf of Maricopa was the bride’s only attendant Hugh Carroll of San Pedro California brother of the groom was his only attendant Louis Aloia and Lawrence Ritter both of Maricopa were ushers The bride’s gown was frothy white embroidered organdy with bouffant waltz length skirt The fitted bodice was smartly cut with scoop neckline and was sleeveless Her slwrt veil of illusion was confined in a flattering cap and she carried a bouquet of baby orchids and stephanotis Her jewelry was a lovely hand cut drystal earrings and necklace set a wedding gift The bridesmaids gown was blue lace over taffeta waltz length and she carried a bouquet of yellow carnations The couple was honored at a beautifully appointed wedding luncheon served guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph Martin In Maricopa The bride attended eastern schools having graduated from Jesus and Marie high school In Rhode Island Annherst College In Connecticut and Immaculate Hart College to Los Angeles California Mrs Carroll is fourth grade teacher in the Maricopa Unified School District Mr Carroll graduated from the Cambridge high school in 1929 and is also a graduate of the University of Nebraska He received his master’s degree at the University of Southern California Mr Carroll is music director to the Maricopa Unified School District The wedding trip was spent at artous places along the west coast including San Francisco and are now at home at 814 Fresno St Maricopa California Mr and Mrs Carroll plan to make a trip to the east coast late In July and will be in Cambridge to visit Mr Carroll’s mother Mrs J H Carroll and his sister Mrs Joe O’Connor Entertains At Coffee Friday Mrs Ralph King was hostess to an informal coffee last Friday afternoon honoring Mrs Wm Cromwell of Denver Colo and Mrs Don Bellamy of Oakland California The afternoon was spent visiting H HARPER ranean is a sea of small tides but the old captain believed the story of the ocean’s might of the great tides that would raise the level of the waters of toe harbor mouth And he was ready for the return of toe tide and to due time he brought the ship to a sage berth in toe deep and commodious harbor Thus he trusted the word of fellow seamen and was ready to move his ship and the turn of the tide Self is the only hidden shoal that can shut men away from the blessed harbor that shines afar across the ocean of life But faith brings the saving word that can guide them into toe eternal haven where they are ever safe in the Father’s love : 5 FAVORITES tempting fudges butter bons No chocolate-covered pieces 2 Lb Box 260 S'

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