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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1923)
MORE LOCAL MATTERS.
Decorate your car and help the Le
gion boys make this the greatest cele
bration in the history of O’Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Neustrom and
son, Bobbie, of Moville, Iowa, arrived
Friday to attend the Dougherty-Ma
girl nuptials. »
Mrs. Frank Rentschler, of Spring
view arrived Wednesday morning for
a short visit with her mother, Mrs.
Regular meeting of thp O’Neill Wo
man’s Club Wednesday, June 27, 3:30
m. Important business to be trans
acted and special music.
Ed Kotlar of the governmental bar
berry eradication department, left
Wednesday for Hartington, Nebraska,
after completing a survey of Holt
Mrs. Eva Ziemer left Thursday
morning for Marshall, Minnesota, call
ed there by the illness of her daughter,
Mrs. Oscar G. Marcotte, formerly Miss
A statement in the annuncements of
the death of Miss Edna Fay Dailey
last week, to the effect that Miss
Dailey was taken ill at the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. William Welsh, was
erroneous. Miss Dailey was ill when
she called at the Welsh residence.
Lee E. Downey Wednesday added to
his South Dakota land holdings by pur
chasing a quarter section of Todd
county land adjoining a quarter al
ready owned by him.
Do not wait for the committee to see
you, but get busy and decorate your
car and compete for the prize. Send
your name to Mrs. F. J. Dishner or
R. R. Morrison for entry.
W. H. Harty and son, 'Gene, left
Thursday morning for Shullsburg,
Wisconsin, where they will attend the
celebration of the golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. Harty’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Harty.
Dr. Robert Magirl and family, of
Jackson, Nebraska, came in their car
Tuesday to attend the wedding of the
doctor’s sister, Miss Mary Magirl, and
Mr. John J. Dougherty, of Clearfield
South Dakota, which took place Wed
nesday morning at St. Patrick’s
The board of county supervisors,
which has been sitting as a board of
equalization this week, adjourned
Wednesday afternoon until next Tues
day morning when it will meet in
regular session. A session as a board
of equalization to hear complaints of
those whose assessments have been
raised will be held Thursday, June 28.
Six-foot McCormick sickle (Malleable Head).$2.50
J Six-feot McCormick or Deering Sickle
fi (Steel Head) .$2.75
McCormick and Deering sections per box (25) $1.25
McCormick and Deering Ledger Plates (25).$1.00
McCormick and Deering Rake Teeth.35c
These are all Genuine 1HC repairs.
0. F. Bijjlin
Face Powder in its handiest, most economical form.
Dainty ca\es of Face Powder Jonteel in charming
little boxes that slip into your hand-bag. No spilling—
no waste. Exquisite shades—to match all complexions.
Complete with puff, 50c.
tP. S. There's a large sire Jonteel Beauty']
Compact for the dressing table* $1.00j
C .E. Stout, ‘‘The Rexall Store”
New Odor of
I will sell at public auction at Stuart, Nebr., on
Saturday, June 30, 1923
The following described machinery:
One 16-30 Advance Rumley Oil-Pull Engine in first
Ideal Rumley Separator 28x44.
McCormick 8-Row Shredder and Husker in first
class running order.
One 4-Bottom John Deere Gang Plow.
Numerous other articles in line of Threshers’ Sup
Charles C. Schmoker, Owner
Miss Anna O’Donnell entertained
Wednesday afternoon at a ' bridge
luncheon at the Subway and at the
residence of her mother, Mrs. Ellen
O’Donnell, in honor of her sisters,
Mrs. Q. K. Deaver, of Casper, Wyom
ing, and Mrs. Frank Rentschler, of
Springview, Nebraska. Mrs. Frank
Biglin won the prize for married
ladies, Miss Genevieve Biglin the one
for the single ladies and Miss Irenaeia
Biglin the all-cut 'prize.
E. N. Purcell, accompanied by Mrs.
Purcell, and their two young daugh
ters, arrived last evening from Strams
burg, Nebraska, after an extremely
arduous trip through mud and water,
by automobile. Mrs. Purcell and
daughters have been visiting friends
in Stromsburg since the removal of the
Purcell Produce company from Scrib
ner to O’Neill, and until their furni
ture arrived. They now are located in
the Colligan residence in the northeast
section of the city.
JUVENILE GOLFERS WILL
AT COUNTRY CLUB
Juvenile golfers will stage a golf
tournament at the O’Neill Country
Club course June 23-25-26-27. All the ;
boys and girls sixteen years of age
or under are eligible and it only costs
two bits to enter. The fund thusly de
rived will be expended on a swell pic
nic banquet in the club grove the con
cluding evening of the tournament.
A goodly bunch of prizes has been 1
assembled for the great event and will 1
be on display in the windows of the ;
Abdouch store. Hugh O’Donnell is !
secretary of the tournament and will 1
receive the entries and the two bits. !
The qualifying rounds will be played
CUPIDS INVADES RANKS
OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Popular O’Neill Teacher Marries At ]
Auburn, Neb., Herald, June 8.—Mr. <
Franz Gamboni and Miss Lilah Stuck- (
enholz were united in marriage at 10:30 ’
o’clock Wednesday morning by Rev.
Father Feeney at the parsonage of St. 1
Joseph’s Catholic church in this city. '
Only immediate relatives of the bride ;
and groom witnessed the ceremony. <
The newly married couple left, a short 1
time later on a honeymoon^ trip to
Kansas City, St. Louis and other :
points, and will be at home to their i
friends after June 20th, on one of the .
vms owned by the groom north of \
Both the bride and groom are well i
known in this community and come (
from old and highly respected fami- ]
lies . The groom has been a Resident <
of the Julian neighborhood for more (
than a quarter of a century and by 1
his thrift, the exercise of superior ]
judgment and close attention to busi- ]
ness has become a large land owner (
and is recognized as one of the sub- \
stantial citizens of that community. (
He has long since proven that he is
worthy of the high regard in which
he is held by^all who know him.
The bride is a daughter of Mrs.
Rose Stuckenholz, having been born
and raised near Julian. She i* a very
highly accomplished young woman, be
ing a graduate of the Nebraska City
high school, completing her prepara
tion for teaching at the Peru normal.
She taught successfully in the rural
schools, and for several years past
was a member of the teaching staff
in the city school of O’Neill, Nebraska.
In addition to special qualifications as
a teacher she possess a charming
personality and all the graces of true
womanhood, which have combined to
endear her to a very wide circle of
The Herald joins the many friends
of this worthy couple in the express
ion of congratulations and good
wishes and the hope that the years
may bring to them happiness and pros
Miss Nellie Loretta Walker, of Page,
and Mr. William Henry Fowler, of
Sioux City, Iowa, formerly of Inman,
Nebraska, were united in marriag at
the Presbyterian church in this city
Tuesday morning, the Reverend George
Longstaff officiating. They were at
tended by Miss Ethel Walker, sister of
the bride and by Mr. Harry
Miller. The bride is the charm
ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Walker, of Page, and is
sister of Mrs. L. A. Burgess, of this
city, admired and esteemed by all who
know her. The groom, a former resi
dent of Inman, is engaged with the
firm of Tollerton & Warfield, of Sioux
Cit, and has a large circle of friends
in this community. The young couple
left for an automobile tour of Minne
sota immediately after the ceremony
and will be at home at 17th and
Jackson streets, Sioux City, after
August 10. The Frontier joins their
many friends in best wishes for a
long, happy and prosperous wedded
The wedding of Miss Frances Daly,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Daly, of Lincoln, formerly of O’Neill
and Mineola, to Mr. Patrick Dolan, of
Denver, Colorado, took place at 9:30
Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart
church, Lincoln, the Reverend Father
Adrian Shackley performing the
sacred ceremony. The young couple
were attended by Miss Helen Harring
ton, of O’Neill, niece of the bride, and
by Mr. Miles Dolan, brother of the
groom. Miss Marie Sabota sang an
Ave Maria and the wedding march was
played by Miss Martha Sabota. Mrs.
Dolan is the sister of Mrs. J. J. Har
rington and Mr. Charles M. Daly of
this city. Mr. and Mrs. Dolan will re
side in Denver.
The marriage of Miss Alice Leona
Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Cook, and Mr. Thomas Lloyd Gallagh
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F.
Gallagher, both residing north of
O’Neill, took place at St. Patrick’s
church Monday morning, June 18, the
Very Reverend M. F. Cassidy officiat
ing. Following the ceremony a wed
ding breakfast was served at the
country home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Cook, parents of the bride, and later
in the morning the young couple left
on the North Western for a short
wedding trip to Omaha and other
eastern -points, after which they will
be at home on the Gallagher ranch,
northwest of the city, where the groom
has prepared a beautiful new home for
Mr. and Mrs. Cook are among the
most popular and esteemed young
people of the community and The
Frontier in behalf of their many
friends extends to them best wishes
for a long and happy future.
Miss Esther M. Shaughnesy and Mr.
Charles C. Reka were married in the
holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday
morning at St. Patrick’s church, the
Very Reverend M. F. Cassidy officiat
ing. They were attended by Miss Ina
Hirsch as bridesmaid and Mr. Thomas
Brennan as groomsman. Following a
wedding breakfast at the home of the
bride’s parents, one mile east of
O’Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Reka left by
auto for a short eastern trip, after
which they will be at home in this city.
The bride, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William Shaughnesy, is one of
the popular and accomplished young
ladies of the community, esteemed by
all who know her, and the groom the
son of Mrs. Conrad C. Reka, one of
O’Neill’s most promising and rising
young business men. He is associated
with Mr. J. B. Mellor in the automo
bile business. The Frontier joins their
many friends in extending to Mr. and
Mrs. Reka congratulations and best
wishes for their future happiness and
Miss Mary Magirl of this city and
Mr. John J. Dougherty, of Clearfield,
South Dakota, were married at St.
Patrick’s church Wednesday morning
at 7 o’clock, the Very Reverend M. F.
Cassidy officiating. They were attend
ed by Miss Nell Magirl, sister of the
bride, as bridesmaid, and by Dr.
Robert Magirl, of Jackson, Nebraska,
brother of the bride, as groomsman.
The bride is the talented daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Magirl of this
city and for several years has been
teaching in the public schools of South
Dakota. The groom is one of the sub
stantial young ranchmen of Clearfield
and will take his bride to a new home,
just completed and furnished, on on
the Dougherty ranch.
A wedding breakfast was served the
bridal party and guests at the resi
dence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mi’s. Robert Magirl, following the
ceremony, and there was a wedding
cake prepared by the bride’s sister, in
Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty
left afterward in their car for Dar
lington, Shullsburg, and other Wis
consin points, for an extended wedding
trip, after which they will be at home
on the ranch near Clearfield.
The Frontier joins with the many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty in
extending best wishes for a happy
(Page Reporter, June 14.)
Mr. Leonard Heiss and Miss Louise
French were married on June 7, 1923,
at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs.
R. J. Bryan.
The wedding took place at eight
o’clock in the evening, under an elm
tree on the beautiful lawn of the
Bryan home. A large company of
relatives of the bride and groom wit
nessed the ceremony which was pro
nounced by Rev. L. R. McGaughey.
The bride was very becomingly
dressed in a soft canton crope gown,
and the groom wore a neat suit of
Refreshments, consisting of ice
cream with strawberry dressing and
several kinds of cake, were served.
Both bride and groom are well
known to all in the community. The
bride has made her home during the
past years with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan,
spending the winters teaching in the
vicinity. Mr. Heiss is known as
a successful farmer, whose heart is
larger than his pocket book. Both are
active workers in the church and the
community, and are highly esteemed
Many friends extend their best
wishes and congratulations to Mr. and
(Butte Gazette, June 14.)
Monday morning at 5.30 a. m. at Sts.
Peter & Paul Catholic church Mr.
——r—— ii. i -
Harold Croghan and Mi s Marie
Heenan were united in m^rtiage by
Rev. Father Stahl. After the cere
mony, the bridal party and relatives
enjoyed a wedding breakfast at the
home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Heenan. They left on the
7:40 train for a short wedding trip,
after which they will make their home
in Sioux City, where Mr. Croghan will
teach during the coming term.
The bridal couple were attended by
Miss Eva Ellingston, of Bloomfied, Ne
braska, a school-mate of the bride,
Roland Dinckel, of Randolph. The
bride was dressed in white satin crepe
and carried a boquet of sweet peas.
The bride is well known to Butte
people, having moved here several
years ago with her father when he
was elected county sheriff. Since com
pleting her high school work, she has
been assisting in a local store most of
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