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1939 Podcerkev – Novomašnik Alojz Sterle

22. 11. 2011

Sovaščani in vaščani najbližjih vasi so pripravili pozdravni shod novomašniku Alojzu Sterle–Štancarjevemu, pred katerim je večina pokleknila. Nekateri so se pripeljali na kolesih in kar nekaj mladih in radovednih obrazov je uprtih proti vrhu Samprtove hiše, od kjer je posnetek nastal in tako je tudi lepo razvidno, da so se  ženske strogo ločeno razporedile na eno in moški na drugo stran. Novomašnik Alojz Sterle je viden v spodnjem desnem kotu slike.


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Med postavljenima in s smrečjem okrašenima mlajema so obesili tablo z napisom:  “NAŠE PROŠNJE ZDAJ POKLADAJ NA GOSPODOV ŽRTVENIK !” Slavnostni dogodek je oznanjal tudi postavljen mlaj, viden ob levi strani glavne ceste.

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Šopek belega cvetja je novomašniku poklonil župnik Lovšin. Ob njem so pokleknili Janez Škrbec–Urh, Jernej Žnidaršič–Samprt, Jakob Bavec–Gregorin.
Dekletca v obhajilnih oblekicah so Fanika Sterle–Valkova, Slavka Truden–Blaževa in Terezija Mavko.
Med spodnjima ženskama v belih rutah stoji Ivanka Kraševec (Škrile), brez rute in s hčerko Milko v naročju je Johana Kotnik–Andretova. Pred njo z ruto pokrita je Marija Mulec–Urbanova, ozrla se je Slavka Žnidaršič–Laženova. Milka Sterle–Knausova je v karirasti obleki. Le delno viden, izza postavljenega mlaja je obraz Johane Kandare (Dane).
Naj naštejem še nekaj prepoznanih žena, ki jih lahko najdemo na celostni sliki: v spodnjem levem delu je Marija Antončič (nepokrita in v rožasti obleki), na sredini spodnjega dela sta Terezija in Stanislava Mavko (v laseh ima pentljo), v sredini posnetka so še Jožefa Koren (stoji ob opletenem mlaju, pokrita z ruto), Ivanka Špehar (Dane, gleda proti fotografu), Francka–Matjonova (Podlož), Francka Perušek (kleči in je v obleki z belim ovratnikom), Jožefa Škrbec–Urhova, Angela Mulec in Jožefa Truden.
Za duhovnika z očali ugotavljam, če je to Marjan Poznik iz Loža, njegov oče je bil notar. Za njim v beli srajci kleči Janez Žnidaršič. Pokleknili so tudi domači gasilci. Prednji in z belo brado je Janez Sterle–Rihtarčkov. Po tem izrezu sem ga prepoznavala na teh straneh že objavljeni sliki. V spodnjem desnem kotu je viden brkati obraz Matija Kotnik–Andretov, malce višje in proti levi je Adolf Turšič, skrajno desno pred Gregorinovo hišo pa njegov oče Janez Turšič. Na sredini med tremi naslonjenimi na   Gregorinovo hišo je v temni obleki  Franc Bavec–Gregorin.

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Viri:

  • Terezija Škrbec

Kraj: Podcerkev
Datum: 1939
Avtor: neznan
Zbirka: Marija Perušek
Skenirano: 20. 8. 2011
Oblika: fotografija

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9 komentarjev leave one →
  1. 23. 11. 2011 00:06

    Odličen blog, ohranjanje zgodovine je vedno hvalevredno!

    • anitamanfreda permalink
      23. 11. 2011 17:41

      Res se bo marsikaj razkrilo, pridobilo in ohranilo.

  2. Maria C permalink
    23. 11. 2011 01:59

    “Prednji in z belo brado je Janez Sterle–Rihtarčkov”.

    Is Janez the brother of Tomaža Sterle — Rihtarjevega ? ( In slika ” 1939 Podcerkev – Pogreb Rihtarjevega Tomaža).

    Janez is wearing a uniform. Is this from his military service in WW1 ? He obviously is very proud of his uniform and medals.

    Can anyone tell me a brief history of how the Slovene men of our villages served during WW1 under Austria ? Conscription ? Voluntary ?

    I found it very interesting that the women and men were separated. Did this happen in church ? I am not aware of Roman Catholics being separated.

    Maria C (Australia)

    • 23. 11. 2011 09:34

      I hope a reader of this blog will clear if Janez and Tomaž Sterle – Rihtarčkov were brothers.

      Janez was wearing a fireman uniform and also medals were probably of firemen service. After the WW1 firemen just took army uniforms. I think they had just colored them, made them darker.

      There was a mobilization in July 1914. Men from Slovenian territories served in 3rd corps with headquarters in Graz. There were 30.000 Slovene soldiers at battlefields of WW1. The most known was 17. Regiment known also as “Pešpolk Kranjskih Janezov”. It was situated at Celovec (Klagenfurt) and Ljubljana.

      In September 1914 it was moved to the Russian front and after the Italian attack and the opening of the Italian front on 23. May 1915 (yes, Italy attacked our country) it was moved to the Soška fronta battlefield. At the end of the war they were in Tyrol.

      • Maria C permalink
        28. 11. 2011 05:52

        My impression is that the PGD was a very important organisation in villages.

        Historically, was fighting forest fires an important role ?

        I imagine fighting bush fires back then would earn a medal for service.

  3. Maria C permalink
    28. 11. 2011 05:22

    A small detail I noticed…..

    In the bottom photo the priest is wearing eye-glasses. But none of the villagers are wearing galsses.

    Either the population of Podcercev had exceptionally good eyesight.

    Or in 1939 glasses were still a very expensive medical treatment that people living in the countryside could not afford.

    Something we so easily take for granted.

    • anitamanfreda permalink
      28. 11. 2011 20:03

      True you have discovered an interesting detail. Glasses were probably at that time considered one of the more expensive devices and have not been available a simple man. The priest in the picture is the son of a notary from Lož and probably have been in better economic conditions in their family more easily accessible.

  4. Eduardo Strle permalink
    25. 04. 2016 18:00

    Hey guys, can you help me with this one? My great-grandfather was named Alojz Sterle, born in 1900, son of Franc Sterle. The auto-translate on this article isn’t doing well this time. What novamasnik stands for? Holy Order? Maybe it is not about the same Alojz.

    Cheers,

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