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Thursday, 28 June 2012 15:02

10 years ago this week

July 4, 2002

Frank Stute was busy cutting wheat on his 20-acre field the old fashioned way with a 60-year-old IH Farmall “M” tractor and a 50-year-old Allis Chalmer pull-type combine with wooden reel bars and slats. He expects to take two to three days harvesting.

Ann and Ray Miller were honored on their 60th wedding anniversary when family and friends gathered at the Legion Hall for an evening meal, cake and punch. Family present were son Tom and Sharon Miller, their children, Kerry, Travis and Bobby and their families and son Daryl Miller and Judy Aldersen of Anchorage, Al.

Flo and Lance Hofman, Joshua and Malachi of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., were houseguests of Pastor Greg and Janet Stuckwisch. Flo is Greg’s twin sister.

Bill Dicke of Lincoln and Connie Linscott and Will of Gainesville, Fla., visited Bob and Dorothy Baumfalk Sunday afternoon.

Wayne and Joan Daniel joined other family at Enders Lake for a picnic and swimming to celebrate the birthdays of John and Kristina Rogers and Johnnie and Daniel Bornman.

The Michael Maris family were Sunday dinner guests of Sharon and Leland Maris. Also arriving for dinner were Julie and Dan Ashline, Ethan and Eliese from North Carolina who will be here for two weeks.

Precip for the week: .48 of an inch; for 2002: 3.56 inches. High for the week: 102° on June 24, 29 and 30; low: 64° on June 27.

25 years ago this week

July 2, 1987

Vacation Issue

Lori Buffington and Teresa DeWester recently attended a three-week-long session at the Co-op Youth Leadership Conference at William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. They were sponsored by the Farmers Co-op Exchange.

Issue contained several old pictures:

Wauneta Scout Troop—Troop dates back to 1912. They had no place to meet so dug a cave-like structure in the side of a hill, using logs for the roof covered by dirt. Early scouts were: Dean Barnes, D.C. Harvey, Luther Barnes, Ken Harvey, Virgil Johnson, Fred Dudek, Willy Metcalf, a Jones boy, a McCartney boy, Ralph Grosbach, and George Metcalf.

The Burlington Railroad finally reached Wauneta in 1892.—A large crowd gathered downtown on Jan. 28, 1892, to greet the first Burlington Northern passenger train. It was a gala day in Wauneta. Many children had never seen a train before so school was dismissed so the children could attend. For years the track ended here before extending it to Imperial.

Wauneta Falls Bank—The bank was founded in 1890 by F. T. Dimick and sold to V. Franklin of McCook in 1907. John Green of McCook and Roy Cocklin of Holdrege came to work at the bank and in 1914 became stockholders. Cocklin sold his interest to Green in 1945 and tremains in the Green family at present (1987).

50 years ago this week

June 28, 1962

Several families gathered at the Wayne Smith home to rope and ride calves Sunday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Bobnick and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Kline and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fye and sons and Don Buffington. Afterwards the group had homemade ice cream and cake.

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cocklin attended an outdoor picnic at the A. E. Carrigan home Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thomas of Lincoln visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grimm Sunday. They were en route home from a two month vacation in Hawaii.

Mrs. Leroy Jussel was hostess to a coffee in her home Saturday afternoon honoring her aunt, Mrs Allen Carse of Palisade on her birthday. There were ten ladies present.

Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bartels and family in honor of Mr. Bartel’s birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Becker and Evelyn, Mrs. Doris Bartels, Alfred, Reinhold and Walter.

75 years ago this week

June 30, 1937

Chateau Theatre to open Thursday! Theatre goers are anticipating the opening of the new theatre since fire destroyed the old Crystal Theatre in early January.

July 4 celebration on Monday, July 5! Program includes band concerts, speech by Senator Hugh B. Ashmore, ball games, races, dance at Legion Hall. Stores will close at noon; reopen from 5 to 6 in evening.

Mrs. Eleanor Frasier was a guest at a fish dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dimick. Mrs. Dimick is given credit of being the fisherman of the family and the table was graced with a big platter of fish caught by herself at Rock Creek the day before.

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bunker of Kansas City returned to their home last Wednesday after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kerns. They were accompanied by Jack who will spend a week there.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stinnette and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Skelton.

Walter Oliver was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver.

Local Markets: wheat-1.00; corn-1.00; barley-.65; cream,- .30; eggs-.14; hens-.11-.12; springs-.14-.15

100 years ago this week

June 27, 1912

All our stores will close on July 4 except from 10 a.m. until noon.

Chas. Barnes and a number of the boy scouts have gone to Champion on a fishing trip.

Frank Wiley and wife and J. W. Greens left in Wiley’s auto Sunday for an outing in Colorado.

Mrs. L. Rueter and children and Grandma Rueter, John Kaiser, Henry Bischoff and Mr. Fortkamp and family and Mr. Blobaum and family spent Sunday at Bischoff’s.

Grandma Fortkamp is staying with her daughter, Mrs. Bartels, this week.

 
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Thursday, 21 June 2012 14:42

10 years ago this week

June 27, 2002

AmFirst Bank in Palisade will officially close Friday after serving the community for 14 years. Community organizers are optimistic about the possibility of bringing in a federal credit union.

The Enders Church of the Brethren celebrated its 100 years over the weekend. A total of 160 people signed the guest book at a fellowship time Saturday night and special service Sunday. Four of the five most recent ministers were present.

Dwaune and DeVeta Redfield celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Saturday with an open house and dance at the Hayes Center Legion Hall, hosted by children and grandchildren.

Jason Kellie and Kaylin McAfee of Bend, Ore., are visiting his grandmother, Elsie Becker.

Ed and Jo Arenz were guests of Dave and Kathy Smuckler Saturday night in Castle Rock, Colo., and attended the ordination of Doug Resler at First Presbyterian Church. Doug is the son of Dorsey and Esther Resler and will be going to Mobile, Ala., to pastor a church there.

Doris Ough, June Cox, Ethel Louch, Millie Deininger and Edna Christensen attended the style show and wedding gown display at the Chase County Museum. Ashley Kitt, Mandi Janicek, Wendy Johnston, Chris Schilke Krausnick and Jillian Jungren of Omaha were among the models modeling the 13 wedding gowns and one bridesmaid dress.

Ed Fye was named head track coach at Doane College, replacing Doane College Track and Cross Country Coach Fred Beile. Fye has seen both sides of the program, first as a college student coached by Beile and then as one of the assistant coaches.

Precip for the week: .40 of an inch ; for 2002: 3.08 inches. High for the week: 101° on June 22; low: 59° on June 17 and 20.

25 years ago this week

June 25, 1987

All of the children of the late Elsie and Leighton Morse attended a family dinner at the Senior Center in Imperial Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Cribelli and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Maris hosted an open house supper and dance Saturday evening at the Cribelli home for the 25th wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cribelli.

Mrs. Kathy Barger hosted a neighborhood coffee for Shar Hamilton Tuesday morning.

Dewey Hill was honored for his 89th birthday this week.

Janice Cribelli, Margaret Phillips, Kay Long and Carol Kobel hosted an open house honoring their mother, Dorothy O’Neil, on her 75th birthday Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Leland Maris spent six days last week visiting their daughters, Julie and Sheila, in Tulsa, Okla.

Supper guests Wednesday in the home of Leslie Houser especially for her birthday were Lori Buffington, Teresa DeWester and Linn Hendrix.

Precip for the week: .46 of an inch; for June: 3.58 inches; for 1987: 13.20 inches.

Grain Markets: wheat-2.19/bu.; corn-1.67/bu.; milo-2.47/cwt; soybeans-4.91/bu.

50 years ago this week

June 28, 1962

950 people turned out for the Sabin oral vaccine program at the Wauneta High School Sunday afternoon. More than 100 persons were turned away due to running out of the vaccine. Officials were expecting about 650. A second program will be held July 1 for those unable to receive the vaccine Sunday. Registration showed participants attended from Kansas, Pennsylvania and all the surrounding towns around Wauneta including North Platte.

An estimated 260 children and adults registered Tuesday at the pool for the free Red Cross swimming lessons.

A new bank building for First State Bank will be started within two weeks at Enders; Nelson Burham of Wauneta is the contractor.

Wauneta’s trailer park, located east of the river bridge, is ready for guests for harvest.

Doug McCallum who has been spending the summer on the farm of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkens, near DeWitt, spent three days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McCallum, accompanied by a friend, Stuart Metcalf.

Donald Craig of Syracuse, a former teacher at Hamlet High School, called in the O. H. Rousey home.

Orval Hamilton took his grandchildren and their mothers to the Shrine Circus in McCook Tuesday.

Hughie Houchin of Palisade attended Boys State June 16-22 in Lincoln. He was sponsored by Palisade Legion Post.

75 years ago this week

June 23, 1937

Tuesday brought a new high record of 104 degrees in the shade. Fans and cooling systems of all kinds were tested out. Cool drink parlors and fountains were worked to the limit.

J.N. Troxel and S.A. Troxel of Los Angeles, Calif., came Sunday to visit their father, W.D. Troxel and family. These two young men left Wauneta about 1920. The Troxels held a family reunion at Wray, Colo.

Clyde Hoff is spending the week with Dwight Hoff in St. Francis.

Richard Bradley is spending the week with his grandmother in Palisade.

Nathan Mohler returned to Wauneta for the summer Tuesday forenoon. He is attending the Chicago Art Institute.

Local Markets: wheat-.95; corn-1.00; barley-.60; cream-.27; eggs-.13; heavy hens-.11; heavy springs-.15.

100 years ago this week

June 20, 1912

Mr. Steinbeck and family and Minnie Bischoff took dinner at Mr. Winkelman’s Sunday.

Truman Kitt and family visited at Graham’s Sunday. Their cousin, Dora, expects to go to S. Dak. the first of the week.

Miss Lucy McCallum returned from Denver Saturday. She has been teaching in the Conservatory of music.

Miss Eva Hanna is visiting this week with her sister, Della.

Be sure to attend the school board meeting Monday night. The entire board to be elected, as one went out and two have resigned. There’s plenty of candidates in the field.

There is a movement on foot to have the town secure the lake park and fix it up. This is the proper thing to do. Boost it along.

 
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Thursday, 14 June 2012 15:08

10 years ago this week

June 20, 2002

Construction is well underway for the new BWTelcom building and installation of over 90 miles of new fiber optic line in Chase and Dundy counties.

Bill and Judy McBride of Bruneau, Idaho, are houseguests of his sister, Barbara, and Kenny Smith. They also visited with Lucille McBride and Leta Brunkhorst.

Edith and Reinhold Gloy attended her 1932 class reunion at the alumni banquet Saturday evening at the Grant school. Seven of the nine living class members were present.

Tom and Linda Moss returned from attending Tom’s first ship’s reunion in Evansville, Ind. In 1968 Tom left the USS Farragut and hadn’t seen any of the crew since.

Richard Christensen of Gaithersburg, Md., and his son, James of Silver Springs, Md., spent a few days last week with Edna Christensen.

Elsie Becker, Phyllis Nordhausen and Gladys Schneider attended the Steinbeck-Bernard reunion at Benkelman Sunday.

Leona Littlejohn accompanied her son, Leonard, to her Buethe family reunion held at the North Shore Lodge at Ogallala’s Lake McConaughy Sunday.

No precip. High for the week: 91° on June 12; low: 47° on June 14.

25 years ago this week

June 18, 1987

The firemen literally raised the roof on the fire hall over the weekend to make room for a new meeting room. Using a crane and hydraulic jacks, the roof was raised approximately 6 feet to install new sidewalls.

Leland DeHart received the Browning-Shafer award from the Imperial Eagle’s during a firemen’s appreciation supper held at the Eagle’s Sunday for his many years of service to Wauneta as a fireman and as a charter member of the Wauneta Rescue Squad.

Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Long, Marvin and Mary Emma Maris, Roger and Beth Maris and Erica attended a surprise birthday supper in the home of Jim and Annette long and girls Friday, especially for Violet Long’s birthday.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Christensen visited the Neil Christensen family in Lincoln the weekend of the 7th and attended Army Reserve graduation exercises for grandson Karl at Ashland. On Sunday they went to Syracuse to tour the new Army Reserve building.

The Steve Noble family were in Albion over the weekend to help Steve’s grandparents, John and Wilma Williams, celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary.

Precip for the week: 1.54 inches; for 1987: 12.74 inches.

Grain Markets: wheat-2.25/bu.; corn-1.73/bu.; milo-2.55/cwt; soybeans-5.35/bu.

50 years ago this week

June 21, 1962

Most adults scoffed at the prospects of Wauneta’s kids using the swimming pool during the opening weekend - “Just too darn cold!” The kids didn’t agree as nearly 400 doned their suits and enjoyed the pool.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Hamlet were honored on their golden anniversary at an open house with about 300 signing the guest book.

Mrs. Junior Kitt and Mrs. Henry Wicke took Karrol and Jerolyn Kitt, Patty Gauger, Mary Ann Fortkamp and Lloyd Wicke to 4-H Camp at Halsey Monday.

Mrs. Gilbert Nordhausen and Mrs. Dale Krausnick took Marilyn Rietsch, Lois Bartels, Alyce Wilson, Vicki Nordhausen and Dianna Krausnick to the 4-H camp at Curtis. Also attending camp were Kathleen McCallum, Carol Sue O’Neil, Marla Prior, Cindy Sandman, Jerry Ruth Arenz and Jackie and Janice Sandman.

The Bill Buffingtons entertained the Emerson Schwenks, Dennis Gockley, the Vearl McBrides and Lynn Monday evening at a steak fry out of doors.

Mrs. Dick Nordhausen, Mrs. Minnie Denker, Mrs. Bill Denker, Mrs. Sophie Nordhausen, Mrs. Bill Keiser and Laura were coffee guests Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Vernon Shoemaker in Palisade.

Extension club members toured homes during the homes tour on June 15 with 65 members attending. Homes toured were Dick Nordhausen, William Haarberg and Gerald Usher all of Wauneta and Les Smith and Vic Cole of Imperial.

75 years ago this week

June 16, 1937

The worst storm of the season to hit Wauneta with walnut size hail coming down at a terrific speed for only a short time followed by rain falling in torrents. Water came down the canyons filling basements in the west part of town and leaving homes standing in a lake of water. Water on mainstreet was running runningboard deep.

Sunday—Fried chicken dinner 40¢ and roast beef dinner 35¢ at Falls Hotel.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lorance and daughter Margie and Ethel Hayward spent Thursday at the Kenneth Kitt home.

Mrs. F. C. Haarberg entertained Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Walling and their families at dinner Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walling’s silver anniversary. The occasion was also the celebration of birthdays of Mrs. Walling, Mrs. Haarberg, Mrs. Willard Gross and Ward Walling Jr. which all fell on the same day.

Local Markets: eggs-.13; cream-.27; heavy hens-.11; heavy springs-.15; wheat-1.00; corn-1.00; barley-.60.

100 years ago this week

June 13, 1912

Mrs. Lawrence Rueter and children and Grandma Rueter spent Sunday p.m. at Steinbeck’s.

P. Redden took dinner at Art Nesmith and stayed over Sun. night with them.

V. E. Beard, the Watkin’s man, was in the neighborhood last week and spent Wednesday night at the Truman Kitt’s.

 
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Wednesday, 06 June 2012 20:47

10 years ago this week

June 13, 2002

The 21st annual celebration of Palisade’s Pioneer Days was held over the weekend. Dennis and Shirley Ferguson were named the grand marshals. The new Veterans Memorial Monument was partially erected for the celebration.

In 1902 a group of people gathered to form the Pioneer Church of the Brethren. On June 22-23 a 100-year celebration was observed, the present church being the old grade school.

Erma Kitt observed her 90th birthday this year. She and husband Kenneth Kitt celebrated their 50th anniversary in 1983. Erma recalled hard times but family, friends and neighbors banded together to help each other. Music is a big part of her life.

Tony Cribelli and Ted Grimm participated in the torch run on its way through Wauneta.

Delpha Nordhausen, Phyllis Nordhausen, Nola and Harry Straub, Ray and Donna Swanson, Lucille McBride and Pastor Mike Laing were among those attending the hymn sing at the Church of Christ in Palisade.

A group of 32 ladies met at the Senior Center Thursday for coffee and rolls, hosted by Doris Ough and Ethel Louch on Bonnie Hanna’s birthday. Other June birthdays were June Cox, Marge Hanna and Violet Long.

Jack and Carol Maddux spent May 29 to June 3 at North Branford, Conn., visiting daughter Sandra and Colin Conklin, Rebecca and Luke.

Neldon and Linda Hewitt of Washington are houseguests of the Kent Buffingtons.

Wesley Wheeler and Rod and Joy Wheeler went to Onset, Mass., to visit Harry and Val Jean Soper and to attend their 50th anniversary celebration.

Grain Market: wheat-2.81, new-2.74; corn-1.86, new-1.91; soybeans-4.54, new-4.26.

Precip for the week: .73 of an inch; high for the week: 102° on June 7; low: 56° on June 5.

25 years ago this week

June 11, 1987

The community of Palisade will celebrate its centennial this weekend in conjunction with their annual Pioneer Days with activities planned throughout the weekend.

The Palisade swimming pool opened Saturday with 95 registering.

Belle and Beth Frasier returned Saturday from a week’s vacation which included an all-expense paid cruise for two aboard the Sunward II to the Bahamas. Belle won the cruise through the Diet Coke Company.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Roschewski of Lompoc, Calif., were visitors of Bill and Hilda Roschewski last week.

Marty and Pam Fye and Cassandra of Lakewood, Colo., were Friday to Monday guests of Bea and Bob Fye.

The Gary DeWesters took daughter Teresa and Lori Buffington to join a bus of young people, originating in Scottsbluff, on a trip to Liberty, Mo., to attend a Co-op Leadership Camp Monday to Friday.

Jeff and Kay Maxfield, Todd and Eric of Taylorville, Ind., spent the weekend with his parents, Bette and Raymond Maxfield. They were joined by the Jim Maxfield family, Merrill and Emma Jean Maris and Edna Maxfield at a picnic at the lake Sunday evening.

Precip for the week: 1.58 inches; for 1987: 11.20 inches.

Grain Markets: wheat-2.18/bu.; corn-1.68/bu.; milo-2.45/cwt; soybeans-4.90/bu.

50 years ago this week

June 14, 1962

Wauneta is going to have a new dial telephone system, according to Robert Bradley of the Wauneta Telephone Company, Inc. Plans are to have the system installed and operational by June 1, 1963.

Cecil Steckman was elected to his second term on the grade school board and Jack Sandman was named to fill the vacancy left by Harlan Stock.

Mrs. A. E. Carrigan was surprised with a “welcome” party at her home Tuesday afternoon with 14 ladies present. Cake and coffee were enjoyed and the afternoon spent socially.

Gary Gibbons, Brice Rueter and Bonnie Wicke left Monday to attend the annual 4-H Club Work Week at the Kellogg Center in Lincoln.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomas of San Diego, Calif., spent about a week here visiting in the Myron Williams and Jim Thomas homes.

75 years ago this week

June 9, 1937

The Mt. Zion M. E. Church is undergoing a complete overhauling, new walls of Nu-wood plank and ceiling of In-cel-wood, and the wood trimming on the exterior getting new paint.

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCallum and June were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Omar Kitt and Josephine.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dudek Sr. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Keech and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Follette and family of Palisade at a chicken dinner Sunday.

Clyde Brown of Enders did some plumbing work for Elmer Pribbeno Friday and Saturday. He is making his farm home strickly modern.

Mr. and Mrs. Ennis Decker left Friday for Chadron where Mr. Decker will attend the summer session at Chadron State Normal.

Local Markets: cream-.27; eggs-.13; heavy springs-.15; heavy hens-.11; leghorns-.08; corn-1.10; wheat-1.05.

100 years ago this week

June 6, 1912

Hailstorm Friday afternoon did considerable damage to the gardens. Little rain with it.

There was a ball game Saturday at the diamond east of Nudings.

Grant Christensen, Lloyd Fye and Fern Wright attended the ice cream supper at Dick Daniels Sat. night.

Dora Steinbeck visited Wed. and Thurs. last week with Minnie Bischoff.

Clifford Wood went to Omaha Monday to represent Wauneta Masonic Lodge at the grand lodge. Dr. Hoffmeister went from Imperial.

 
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Wednesday, 30 May 2012 20:41

10 years ago this week

June 6, 2002

Don and Jackie Kennedy were honored on their 50th anniversary by their children and grandchildren at an open house held at the Wauneta Legion Hall.

The children of Leona Gockley hosted a 90th birthday celebration at Cox’s Pond near Champion over the weekend with over 50 guests enjoying visiting, fishing, swimming and paddle boating at Champion Lake.

Les and Jan Houser and Richard Bardsley were among 12 Frenchman Valley Riders going on a Sunday run, first having breakfast at Imperial’s 12th Street Cafe, attending church in Holyoke, Colo., eating dinner in Sterling, Colo., on to Cabella’s at Sidney, then home.

Bill Jeffries and Beulah DeHart attended the 60th anniversary observance of Gervouse and Elinor Aarons in North Platte. He ran the co-op store in Wauneta 50 years ago.

Jane Dinnel returned home from a two week tour in Michigan with the singing group, “Voices of Praise.”

Coffee guests of Lois and Marlin Wine Wednesday morning were Mike and Sylvia Eagan of Portland, Ore.

Loyd and Karen Christner attended the Nebraska Department of Am-Vets in Grand Island over the weekend. Loyd was elected 2nd state vice president and Karen, 1st vice president.

Precip for the week: .15 of an inch. High for the week: 102° on May 30; low: 53° on May 28.

25 years ago this week

June 4, 1987

Work began on the gym floor with concrete being taken up, relocating water pipes that were under the concrete, then pouring a new concrete slab and laying on a new wood floor.

Doug Terry and Brenda Lacy were chosen to participate in the Junior Law Cadet program, sponsored by the Wauneta American Legion.

Four members of the Eden Sunshine Club, Jean Hardy, Virginia Gauger, Lorene Brunkhorst and Verna Sandman spent Wednesday in McCook where they ate at Mexican Lingo, visited the museum, the Country Boutique, a greenhouse and a trailer sales business.

Members of the Methodist choir, their director Mike Kitt and accompanist Peg Walgren were guests of Joan and John Green Wednesday evening to view a video tape of the choir’s presentation of the contata, “The Overcomers,” which they presented May 22. The group enjoyed tea and cake on their patio.

Herb and Eulene Busking and Floyd and Delpha Nordhausen ate at the Palisade Cafe Saturday night, celebrating both couples’ anniversaries.

Cindy Sandman, Seri, Ane, Tami and Andrew and Cindy’s mother, Ruth Madron, flew to Boise, Idaho, where they visited Donnalee Kindler and attended Greg Kindler’s graduation, then were met in Denver by Kirk and Derek where they attended the graduation of Jennifer, daughter of Cindy’s sister, Jane, and Gene Svendsen.

Peg McCallum spent a week at Randolph-Macon Women’s College at Lynchberg, Va., where she participated in their Elder Hostel program, attending classes for five days, completing three courses. She had attended college there following high school.

Precip for the week: .09 of an inch; for May: 5.83 inches.

Grain Markets: wheat-2.26/bu.; corn-1.64/bu.; milo-2.45/cwt; soybeans-4.89/bu.

50 years ago this week

June 7, 1962

The first phase of the polio immunization program using oral vaccine will be held at the high school gym on June 17, second phase on July 29 and the last on Sept. 2. Residents are asked to send a post card to their family doctor indicating the number of persons who will attend the first program.

200 people attended the alumni banquet Friday evening at the high school auditorium, honoring classes with “2”. Class of 1912 had no representatives, 1922 had two; 1932 had five; 1942 had 12; 1952 had 12 and 1962 had eight.

Don Harvey and Woodrow Moody were elected to 3-year terms on the Wauneta Rural High School board.

Twenty-five year veteran Byron H. Lady, son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Lady of Palisade, was promoted to senior master sergeant in the United States Air Force.

Last Sunday evening a surprise housewarming was held in the Don Denker home with 11 couples present. Cards were played for entertainment.

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Hoff and family spent Memorial Day at Lake McConaughy.

Dennis Kennedy attended the 4-H Junior Leaders conference in Curtis Thursday and Friday.

75 years ago this week

June 2, 1937

Keith McCallum and Ty Colbert drove home Sunday from Denver. Ty returned to Denver but Keith remained and will resume his duties with Dr. Rider at the new Chateau Theatre on its completion.

Arch L. Counce, Ray Scrivens and Frank Counce Jr. went on a fishing trip to Beacon Lake, north of Ogallala, catching their limit.

The dance given last Thursday evening at the Legion Hall by Henry Wicke and his new bride, the former Leah Sandman, drew a large number of well wishers.

Miss Joyce Novacek spent Saturday night with Miss Evelyn Hoff.

Local Markets: wheat-1.04; corn-1.15; barley-.70; eggs-.14; cream-.27; heavy hens-.11-.12; springs-.16-.17.

100 years ago this week

May 30, 1912

Now is the time to organize that commercial club.

The decoration day services on Thursday, the 30th, will be parade in the morning, program at 2 o’clock.

Terribly windy first few days of the week. Was a little too strong Tuesday for some of the women and children in the Calvert area to go to Wauneta to hear the McCook band.

Truman Kitt and family and Wallace Hartzer and family visited and took dinner with Ralph Gardner and wife.

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