The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, April 09, 1959, SECTION ONE, Image 4

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Oil Salesman Is Newcomer
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ter erf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Noffke.
Ewing, became the bride of Eu
gene Koenig, son of Mr and Mrs.
A. J. Koenig, Ewing. April 4 at
St. Peters Catholic Church in Ew
ing.
Before an altar decorated with
white pompoms and blue carna
tions, Rev, P. F. Burke offi
ciated at the 9:30 a m. double ring
ceremony and nuptial mass.
Escorted to the altar by her
father, the bride wore a white
French lace and nylon tulle fash
ioned with a fitted bodice The
scalloped neckline was highlighted
by a sequin trim and the long sleev
es tapered to bridal points. The full
skirt was trimmed with rows of
hand clipped French lace and fea
tured a hill gathered flounce. She
carried a white prayer book, gift
of the bridegroom, with a white
phaleanopsis orchid and Steph
an to tis.
Miss Frances Noffke was maid
of honor and Mrs. Mary Lois Heu
messer and Miss Janet Noffke were
bridesmaids. All are sisters of the
bride. They wore identical gowns
of blue taffeta, ballerina length,
with matching headpieces of white.
They carried crescent colonial bou
quets of blue lace carnations, ac
cented with tufts of nylon net and
uates of Ewing high school. Mrs
Koenig has been employed for the 1
past two years in Neligh. Mr Koe
nig has assisted his father in ranch
and farm work since graduation
(Picture will appear next week)
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BIRTHS—
St. .Anthony’s
HICKEY-The Francis Hickeys,
O’Neill, daughter, Mary Louise, 7
pounds. 3 ounces, April 3.
ROKAHR-The Norman Rokahrs,
Page, son, 9 pounds, 12V* ounces,
April 7.
HAZEI-HORST-The Melvin Hazel
horsts, O'Neill, son, 7 pounds, Ap
ril 7.
KAZCOR-The John Kaczors, In
man, son, Terry’ Lynn, 7 pounds,
11 Y« ounces, April 7.
Atkinson Memorial
LAWRENCE-The Albert Lawren
ces, Atkinson, have named their
son David Kevin.
SCHAAF-The Mike Schaafs.
Atkinson, twin boys, Oerry Lee, 5
runds, 10 ounces, and Terry Lynn,
pounds. 7 ounces, April 3.
OLSON- The Raymond Olsons,
Newport, son, 8 pounds, 5 ounces,
April 4.
Getting adjusted to life in a
■nail town is the biggest problem
■T newcomers Gene and Dorothy
■tod The Bird's moved in Febru
ary to O'Neill form Omaha where
Ar> had both lived most of their
Gene is sales representative in
An area for Socony Mobile Oil
and is on the road every day but
in usually back in O'Neill each
mtytti to be with his wafe and two
Aughsrrs, Georgia. 9, and Diane,
t. Mrs Bird is a graduate of Wa
too junior college where she took
■ business course.
Although in O’Neill only a short
imr. both Gene and Dorothy are
m a bowling team, one of their
Avorite activites. She bowls for
Ap Blue Birds and he for Foree
Tire and Supply.
In Omaha both were active in
tosurch work and belonged to the
Enthpran church. Gene was a mem
tar of the church board and Dor
toby belonged to several of the
women s organizations
Besides bowling, the Birds like
A play cards and Dorothy occupies
waicfT of her time with sewing.
Gnr is considering taking night
tor extension courses when they
mot more settled.
The Birds are beginning to ad
to small town ways and are
taking forward to their new life
A O’Neill. • They now live at 315
A 1st St.
Lundberg Memorial
MACH-The Wesley Machs of Cen
ter have named their son Gale
Wesley.
COKE-The Earl Cokes of Bloom
field have named their son Terry
Lee.
WIDHAlJd-The Wilbert Widhalm,
a daughter, '7 pounds, 6 ounces, Ap
ril 3. Mrs. Wilhalm is the former
Ruby Miller, daughter of Mrs. Hul
da Miller of Star.
REYNOLD-The John Reynolds,
Center, son. Deland Simon. 7 lbs.,
13 jounces, April 5,
Elsewhere
HARRINGTON-The James Harr
ingtons, Chicago, daughter, Eileen
Frances, 6 pounds. 2 ounces', April
1, at a Chicago hospital. Mr and
Mrs. John Harrington of O’Neill are
the paternal grandparents.
MASLEY-The Larry Masleys, Lin
coln, daughter, Debra Jean, April
2. Mrs. Masley is the formed El
aine Lierman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ira Lierman of Amelia.
LEEJ-The Eugene Lees, Sioux City,
daughter, Diane Carol, 6 pounds,
13 ounces, March 26.
HUBERT-The Harold Huberts,
Wichita, Kan., son Steven Harold,
7 pounds, 6 ounces, April 5. Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Streeter are the ma
Pictured above are the three ladles of the Gene Bird home. His
wife, Dorothy, and two daughters, Georgia, 9, and Diane, 7. The
girls are In the third and first grades, respectively.
Ml l111 BUrtUUClB.
13£st man was Tom Koenig, bro
ther of the bridegroom. Leonard
Koenig, Ewing and Jerry Koenig,
Lincoln, were attendants and ush
ers were Emil Adamson, O’Neill,
and Larry Noffke, Ewing.
Mother of the bride wore a two
piece turquoise dress. Mother of
the groom wore navy blue. Each
had whit accessories and a white
rose corsage.
A reception followed the ceremo
ny and mass at St. Dominic’s Hall.
Hall.
Mary Ann Nelson, Neligh, was in
charge of the guest book, Clarabelle
Mlnarik was in charge of the gift
book and tagle and was assisted
by Irene Kaczor and Mona Mosel.
Mrs. Emil Adamson cut the
cake, Mrs. Jerry Koenig served
and Mrs. Leonard Koenig poured.
Servers were Catherine Bauer,
Sharon Schmidt, Vera Del Daniels
Mary Miller and Lynette Helm
ricks.
For her going away ensemble*
the bride chose a two peice beige
dress with white accessories. Af
ter a short wedding trip the coup
le will be at home on a ranch
south of Ewing.
The couple are, both 1966 grad
Delta Dek and Martez Meet—
Martez and Delta Dek clubs met
April 2 at the Town House for cards
and dinner. Mrs. Homer Mullen
was hostess. Winners were Mrs.
Ed Gallagher, Mrs. Ben Grady
and Mrs. Mullen.
Hoapltal Auxiliary Meets—
St. Anthony's hospital auxiliary
will meet at 8 p.m. at the hospital.
Dr. Robert W. Waters will speak
on cancer. Slides will be shown.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
* Patrick Frank Murphy, 22, Stu
art and Bonnie Kay Lear, 18, of
Springview. April L
Eugene Louis Koenig, 20, of Ew
ing, to Elizabeth Maxine Noffke.
21, of Ewing. April 2.
Richard Lee Williamson, 17, of
Orchard and Ruby Josephine Carl,
17, of Ewing. April 3.
John Maurice Kronshnabel, 28,
Minneapolis, Minn., and Helen
Marie Rotherham, 22, of Ewing.
O'Neill Girl Attends
Rally in Randolph
Paula Reed was one of over one
hundred delegates to the northeast
district MYF rallly held Sunday
at the Methodist Church, Randolph.
At the afternoon and evening ses
sions, the Methodist youth heard
Rev. Streeter, Clair Methodist
Church, Omaha, discuss the cur
rent MYF project, Philander Smith
College for colored students in
Little Rock, Arkansas.
Contributions for the college from
the Methodist Youth Fellowship
groups in the northeast district to
taled appproximately $150. District
officers were elected and installed
at the Sunday rally.
Reverend and Mrs. Glenn Ken
nicott of the O’Neill Methodist
church attended the afemoon ses
sion.
Phone your news to 788
SOCIAL CALANDER
Thursday, April 9
Eastern Star
What Not Extension
WSCS
Lutheran Ladies Aid
luedi, Mrs. Melvin Ruzicka
_ Tuesday, April 14
VFW Auxiliary, National Guard
Armory
ELkom Project, Mrs. Hazel Boat
SS Club
■M. Mrs. D. A Schaffer
tTMonde. Mrs. Bob Waters
MOTU Mee4a—
SRL.TU members met Tuesday at
Mr home of Mrs. Hazel Boatman.
Mrs. Ben Wayman gave a talk on
IMristian Citizenship” following
Mr business meeting. Next meeting
mU be May 5 with Mrs. Dave Loy.
$42,500 Stock Reduction!
Approximately Four Carloads Furniture and Carpet Sale!
4 Carloads of World's Finest New Furniture at your disposal. Now entering It's 2nd Week. Open every evening Until 9 o'clock
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A 9x12 Carpet For $2.95 with the purchase of a 2-Pc. Living Room, 2-Pc. Sectional or a Hide-A-Bed.
LIMIT ONE - POSITIVELY NONE TO DEALERS
PARTIAL LISTINGS ONLY! HUNDREDS OF ITEMS UNADVERTISED
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I $65.95 5-PC. DINETTE SETS ^
FORMICA TOP TABLE OAQC
I* few left at . fcW*”*
$84.50 5-PC. DINETTE SETS
FORMICA TOP TABLES. Q AQS
Quantity Buying Gives You This Set for .... VV
$99.95 7-PC. DINETTE SETS
Formica Top Table. 6 Sturdy Chairs CAQC
last Chance at This Price . VV
JUST ARRIVED—$109.95 DROPLEAF
BLOND DINING ROOM TABLE
With Extra Leaf. CACQ
latest Style and Construction .
$17.95 STURDY DINING CHAIRS
large and Comfortable 1 QUk
Walnut or Blond—This Sale . I mt
OTHERS AT ONLY *105«
$139.95 DANISH WALNUT CHINA
Sliding glass doors, beautiful styled, |■nQtZf |
plenty drawer A shelf space . I Ww
ALL PICTURES 10% OFF
OF OITR SALE PRICE
Scenic or Religious
$4.95 DESK LAMPS
Flexible Neck. 4CQ
Several left at .Earh X*
BEAUTIFUL EARLY AMERICAN DINING
ROOM AND BEDROOM SUITES
In a Soft Tan Color
$89.50 MAPLE ROUND TABLE
With Extra Leaf—A Beautiful E^CA
I.arge Table—This Sale . VI ***
$169.95 GORGEOUS MAPLE BUFFET
With Hutch, large and roomy, lota of AJCQC
room for dishes and linens, complete ... VV*'
$17.95 EXTRA HEAVY
MAPLE CHAIRS
Will Last a Lifetime. A AQC
MAPLE DRESSER
With Tilting Framed Mirror— QACjj
A dandy at.
$99.50
LARGE MAPLE CHEST ON CHEST
Ixits of Drawer Space. ||Q lO
Beautiful Soft Tan Color . Ww***
OTHER SUITES
Dresser, Tilting Mlr/or, Client and Bed, center guided,
Dustproof and Dovetail Drawers, Beautiful Finishes
in Walnut or Blond 1 #l|^) 1
This Is not a small suite. ■■¥
Many Others To Choose From
PLASTIC TOP DESKS
I .a test Styles and Colors. A | Q|
Sale Price . . Of***
$259.00 All Nylon Famous Mastercraft 1
2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE J
Modern and Beautiful
For Gracious Living .
PLUS 9x12 CARPET .. $2.95
$199.50 2-PC. SECTIONAL
Beautiful Modern
Good Wearing Cover .
PLUS 9x12 CARPET . $2.95
$299.95 3-PC. SECTIONAL
Foam Rubber Construction, Modern Long Wearing
Frieze Covers. The Sectional
That has everyone raving .
PLUS 9x12 CARPET . $2.95
$219.00 2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE
Foam Rubber Reversible Cushions
Beautiful Blege with Brown accent ..
PLUS 9x12 CARPET . $2.95
Many, Many Others to Choose From in Nylon
or Mohair Covers
$12.95 COCKTAIL TABLES
In Blond. A very good quality table
Limited—while they last .
$8.50 TABLE LAMPS
Just Arrived—a Good Quality Lamp. Fibre Glass
Shades. Don’t let this price mislead you.
$279.00 FAMOUS SERTA HIDE-A-BED
Extra Heavy Frieze Cover
Inner spring mattress, a beauty ....
PLUS 9x12 CARPET . $2.95
Cash or Credit Open Til 9:00 p.m. During Sale Listen to Local Radio Station For Our Sale!
Meyers Midwest Furniture & Appliance
CALL S4« J—WE DELIVER WEST O’NEILL
Noffke-Koenig Vows Said i
temal grandparents and Mrs. Ed
na Hubert is the paternal grand
mother The grandparents are all
of O'Neill. This is the couple’s
third child The mother is the for
mer Barbara Streeter of O'Neill
Community Memorial
INGRAHAMlThe Leonard Ing
rahams, Burwell, daughter, Bever
ly Beth, April 3.
ALLEN-The Wayne Allens, Bur
well, son Bradley Dean, April 3. «
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