RLDS Church

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This is the grave of WilliAm B. Smith that was supposedly responsible for converting the Schrunk’s to RLDS. According to a note by this picture in the book Aunt Mabel Banks gave me!... READ MORE

Family

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This picture was taken at the Inman church. It was taken in 1935 and said that all the family were present but son-in-laws, Paul Roth and John Andrus. This was taken after Mabel... READ MORE

Mabel and John

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Here are two pictures of Grandma and Grandpa (Mabel and John Schrunk). The first one where Grandpa is wearing a hat was taken about 1942. On the back of this picture it says... READ MORE

A family picture of the John and Mabel Schrunk Family. I’m not sure what year this was taken. Many of you have probably seen this picture but maybe some of the younger generations have not.
Back row left to right: Francis Schrunk, John Schrunk, Earl Schrunk, and Ralph Schrunk Middle Row left to right Ruth Andrus, Mabel Banks, Pearl Moore, Ina Boles Front Left to right: Lusetta Alton, Ina Roth, John Schrunk, Mabel Schrunk, Lois Ries, and Ethel Rzeszotarski.


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4 months ago

Lois Schrunk asked for this: The wedding of Dorald and Alva. Schrunk - Robinson Vows Taken at ClearwaterThe Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Clearwater, was the scene of the wedding of Miss Alva Schrunk the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl R.Schrunk of Ewing, and Dorald Robinson son of Mrs. A. G. Bjorn- the son of Albion, on Tuesday, February. 22, 1955 at 1:00 P. M.The Reverend Francis Schrunk of Lincoln performed the double ring ceremony before an altar beautifully decorated with seven branch candelabra, red roses and white lilies, in the presence of 125 relatives and friends of the couple.Mrs. Clyde Payne, friend of the bride played nuptial music preceding the ceremony and also furnished the accompaniment for Lois Schrunk, sister-in-law of the bride who sang "I Love You Truly" preceding the ceremony, "Oh Promise Me" following the vows and "Wedding Prayer" at the end of the ceremony.The candles were lighted by the Misses Laura Schrunk, sister of the bride and Doris Dale Reynolds, cousin of the groom, who wore matching pink dresses with white corsages.Miss Earleen Schrunk, sister of the bride, who was attired in a pink formal and carrying a colonial bouquet of pink carnations with a headdress of pink daisies, served as maid of honor.Miss Leora Hood of Wolbach, a pen pal of the bride attired in a rust formal and carrying a colonial bouquet of yellow carnations with a headdress of yellow daisies was a bridesmaid.Bobby Schrunk, brother of the an bride, who wore a navy blue suit with a white carnation boutonniere was the ring bearer.The brides mother chose a grey dress with black accessories and pink carnation corsage and the groom's mother chose a grey suit with white accessories and a pink carnation corsage.The groom wore a blue business suit with a red rose boutonniere. His best man, Merlin Weber of Loretto, wore a grey suit with a white carnation boutonniere, also attending the groom was Ellis Schrunk, brother of the bride who wore a brown suit with a white carnation boutonniere. Ushers were Merlyn Schrunk brother of the bride and Jim Hestehend of Loretto, a friend of the groom.The bride was given in marriage by her father Earl R. Schrunk. She wore a gown of white slipper satin with lace beaded yoke, long sleeves that tapered over her hands, on each side of the waist were three rows of peplums, the skirt fell in a long train. Her finger tip veil fell from a tiara of beeded seed pearls.She carried a bouquet of red roses on a white testament which was a gift of the groom. Her only jewelry which was also her "something old" was a pin, a gift from her brother Roland from Korea. "Something new" was her wedding dress, something borrowed" was her veil and "something blue" was furnished by the groom's mother.A reception was held in the church parlor immediately following the ceremony.The bride's table was decorated with red roses and white candles, centered with a four-tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom, baked and decorated in white with pink rosettes by the bride's mother. The cake was cut and served by the brides aunt Mrs.Paul Roth. The Church ladies assisted with serving the luncheon of ice cream, cake, coffee, nuts and mints.The couple left following the reception for a short honeymoon. Mrs. Robinson chose for her going-away outfit a blue knit dress with red accessories and she wore a corsage of red roses. On their return they will be at home on a farm near Petersburg.Mrs. Robinson graduated from Wheeler County High School with the class of 1952 and for the past year has been employed as a clerk in the Hested store in Neligh. Mr. Robinson graduated from Albion High School with the class of 1952 and since his graduation has been employed by Louis Pofahl on his ranch south of Ewing. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

Prayer Warriors we did it!! When your cancer doctor comes in smiling you know its amazing!! Ellis numbers were up so we will do another round of infusions for his Acute Myloid Lukemia!!! This round will be tough also but he is ready to continue the fight🧡 We are ever grateful for your continued prayers!! Steven has a follow-up again on Friday and we are hoping for the drainage to have stopped as he has continued with antibiotics. As our motto goes..."WE GOT THIS" ... See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

We are asking for prayers for Ellis Schrunk....He has had a recent diagnosis in January of Acute Myloid Lukemia and has done one 7 day round of infusions to "Blast" the Lukemia, received multiple units of blood and some platelets. He recently spent 5 days in the hospital due to an infection. He is home now and we are praying for a miracle. If his numbers (platelets, hemoglobin and red/white blood cells) are up on Monday at our next appointment we are hoping to continue with the infusions to "Blast" the Lukemia....if his numbers are not where Dr Fiad ( his Oncologist) would like them we will let God's will be done...we are praying for strength, guidance and just a Miracle. If you have moment please call and ask to talk to Ellis as he would love to hear from you. PM me Janna McDonald- Schrunk for their number or address if you need it🧡 AML (Acute Myloid Lukemia) "WE GOT THIS" (seems to be a family motto continued)Thank you friends 🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Sunday morning and no live church for us again. Watched Christ Lutheran on line from O'Neill but not the same. Just an update on Ellis. Friday completed day five of shots, not sure if they called them the infusions, one in each side of the fat part of his stomach every day and lab work on everyother day. He had a unit of blood on Thursday. Aches and pains seem to appear in different places every day. He is losing strength but still can get in bed and can shower. He and Steven picked out a very nice lift chair at Slumberland in Norfolk on Friday and Steven and Janna put it together. It has heat and a separate motor for the head rest which helps. He sleeps well only getting up once a night, a good appetite. Janna had Monday off so she went with us the first day. I only went Monday and Thursday because Steven has enough to do without two handicapped people to look after. Steven is so patiend with both of us and don't know what we would do without Steven and also Janna and of course Sherry who seems to provide us with lots of food. I think tomorrow he starts pills. Tuesday will be his last shot ... See MoreSee Less
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