The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, June 25, 1959, Image 6

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    Double Ceremony
For Davis Sisters £
St Joseph's Catholic Church in |
Atkins* in was the scene June IT ;
of the double wedding of Sharon
Kay and Sandra la*e Davis, daugh
ters of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Davis,
ABtanson Sharon was married to
Michael J. Wenner, Atkinson and
Banin was married to Ivo L.
Staid. Stuart.
The Rev. Richard J Parr offi
ciated at the 9 double ring
ceremony. Soloist Jim Hytrek,
Stuart, Kang "Ave Maria" and "On
Has Day,” accompanied by Leona
The date chosen for the wedding
was also the birthday of the fath
er of the two brides. Both were
eaeorted to the altar by their
Sharon wore a gown of hand
dipped Chantilly lace and tulle ov
er taffeta. The elongated bodice
featured a modified sabrina neck
bar. framed in appliques of lace,
and king tapered sleeves. The
bouffant floor length skirt of tulle
featured a deep insert of lace oyer
a wide flounce of tulle.
Sandra appeared in a gown fash
ioned of embroidered tulle and
chiffon tafeta. The sculptured bo
lder was styled with a modified
scoop neckline framed in lace ap
pliques and long tapered sleeves.
The boufant floor length over
skirt of embroidered tulle was
caught up in hack over tiers of
ruffled tulle and was accented by
a taffeta liow.
The sisters lx»th wore finger tip
veils of imported silk illusion
caught to a half crown of swiss
braid intertwined with pearls.
They carried bouquets of sweet
heart roses and stephanotis on lace
covered prayer books.
Attending Mrs Shald were Mary
Ann Straka, Atkinson, maid of
honor, and bridesmaid, Carol En
body. Atkinson Kerry Frisch, At
kinson, was ringbearer.
Mrs Wenner's attendants were
Mrs Leona Kabeiseman, Yankton,
matron of honor and sister of the
groom, and bridesmaid Minnie
O'Connell. Ring bearer was Stevie
Davts, Stuart
The attendants of the brides all
wore nile green silk organza
ttyled with fitted bodices and
%aped cowl necklines with bow
accents at tfve shoulder line and
sleeves. The boufant ballerina
skirts were accented with tiny sa
tin hows. They wore matching
head bands and carried green car
nations on lace fans
Best man for Mr. Shald was
Kenny Batenhorst, Atkinson.
Groomsman was Henry Murphy,
Stuart, and ushers were Milton
Weichman and Jack Tielke, both
of Stuart.
Attending his brother as best
man was John Wenner Jr., Atkin
son. Groomsman was Don Schaaf
and ushers were Pat I^aible, At
kinson and Johnny Kabeiseman.
A dinner for 100 guests followed
the ceremony and a reception was
given later at the Knights of Co
lornbus Hall in Atkinson for 250
Serving the reception for Mrs.
Wenner were the Misses Ethel
Straka and Caroline Backhaus,
gift table; Marilyn Raymer at the
guest book, and Artha Pacha,
p wiring Adelia Davis cut the
Serving at the dinner for Mrs.
Wenner were Ethel Straka, Caro
line Backhaus, Artha aPcha, Clau
deen Raymer and Delores Engler.
Serving at the reception for Mrs.
Shald were Mrs. Carrie Keating,
Mrs. Frank Determan and Barbara
Mlinar. Mrs. Milton Weichman and
Mrs. Jack Tielke attended the gift
table and Jeannette Osborne was
in charge of the guest book.
Dinner servers for Mrs. Shald
were misses Connie Hitchcock,
Janith Gans, Janice Englor, Karen
Kaup and Shirley Halstead.
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For her traveling attire. Mrs.
Shaid wore a pale pink sheath
dress with white accessories. Fol
lowing the wedding trip, Mr. and
Mrs Shald will be at home in
j Stuart.
L j Mrs Wenner chose for her go
I j ing away dress, a nile green sheath
I I with w hite accessories. Follow ing
| a wedding trip to the Black Hills
I and Wyoming the Wenners will be
at home in Atkinson where he is
! ployed in ranching.
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. Thursday, June 35
Presbyterian Circle 11, Mrs. M.
i G. Trupp, 7:30
Sunday, June 38
, Starlight Extension family pic
i nic.
i Tuesday, June 30
O'Neill Better Ways, Mrs. E. E.
[ Cleveland.
- Wednesday, July 1
[ O’Neill Ladies' Open Golf Tour
- nament, 8 a.m.
i Women's Club Notes
. Women’s Club
) The planning board of Women’s
Club met Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. D. C. Schaffer to
j plan the program for the coming
\ Present at the meeting were Mrs.
H. D. Manson, Mrs. K. L. Van
[ Voorhis Mrs. Marlin Wichman and
Mrs. Harrison Bridge.
Eden Rebekah Lodge 1 met Fri
day evening with a picnic supper
• for the members and their fami
■ lies. Following the picnic, a regu
■ lar session followed at the lodge
! hall.
| -Merrlmyx
1 Mrs. Fred Robertson was host
. ess Tuesday afternoon to members
1 of Merrimyx. Guests were Mrs.
’ Ted Lindberg, Minneapolis, Minn.,
and Mrs. Edna Yantzi.
Bridge winers were Mrs. Ted
McElhaney and Mrs. H. S. Moses.
I Next meeting wall be July 7.
MNO Extension club members
I met Tuesday evening at Ford Park
for a family pot luck picnic. Five
I families were there.
There will be no July and Au
I Rust meetings of the club. The
September 22 meeting will be with
i Mrs. William Cousins.
WSCS met June 11 in the church
basement with 14 members and
2 guests, Mrs. Gilbert Poese and
Maude Rouse, there.
Mrs Louis Wray presented the
worship and Lois Nelson gave a re
port on her mission tour through
the southwestern states last sum
mer. Mrs. Harold Lindberg con
ducted several games.
The lunch committee was Mrs.
Tony Asimus, Mrs. Clay Johnson
and Mrs. Dale Perry.
Ladies Golf Tourney
Set for Wednesday
The O'Neill Ladies’ Open Golf
Tournament is scheduled for Wed
nesday, July 1, it has been an
nouced. The tournament was pre
viously scheduled for June 24.
The tournament day will begin
with coffee and rolls at 8 a.m. fol
lowed by registration and golf tee
off from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Cocktails
will be served from 12 to 1 p.m.
with luncheon at 1. Bridge will
begin at 2 p.m.
Reservations should be made
with Mrs. Tom Liddy or Mrs. D.
A. Kersenbrock.
Breakfast Tuesday
Mrs. Ted Kyster and Mrs. Louis
Reimer Jr. entertained 12 women
at a come-as-you-are coffee Tues
day morning at the Reimer home.
The women came dressed as
they were when called at 6 a.m.
and breakfast was served. Those
attending were Mrs. D. J. Becker,
Mrs. Larry Schaffer, Mrs. H. D.
Gildersleeve, Mrs. Bill Kelly, Mrs.
Chuck Fox, Mrs. James Earley,
Mrs. Bob Berlgan, Mrs. George
Carstens, Mrs. Bob Waters. Mrs.
Fred Appleby. Elizabeth Schaffer,
and Mrs. Jerry Austin, Great Bend,
Thorell-Canning Vows
Exchanged in Bristow
Trinity Lutheran Church at Bri-1
stow was the scene of a double |
ring candlelight ceremony Jnne I
20th uniting in marriage Connie 1
Lou Thorell, Omaha, daughter of i
Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Thorell, Bri- j
stow and Richard Canning, Omaha, ;
son of Mrs. William Canning
The Rev. Benard Nelson offici
ated. Mrs. Benard Nelson accom
panied Mrs. Joe Fuhr, Beatrice,
aunt of the bride, who sang "At
Dawning" and "The Lord’s Pra
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, entered the church to
the strains of Lohengrin’s "Wed
ding March". She wore a floor
length gown of Rochelle lace and
tulle over satin. The snug fitting
Elizabethan bodice featured a V
neckline, defined by bias folds of
the tulle, and long pointed sleeves.
A bouffant skirt was fashioned with
a front panel of lace and a cas
cade of ruffles of alternate tulle
and lace extending into a chapel
train in the back.
Her fingertip veil of imported il
lusion was caught by a crown of
tulle studded with seed pearls.
She carried a white orchid on a
white Bible.
Barbara Thorell, Bristow, was
her sister’s maid-of-honor. Brides
maid was Carol Prokop of Omaha.
They were identically dressed in
ballerina frocks of white lace over
blue taffeta with scoop necklines
and dropped vyaistlines, accented
with matching blue satin bows in
front with streamers falhnc to the
hemline of the full circular skirts.
First Communicant class, June 7 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, pictured left to right with back
row: Daniel McCabe, Mary Lee Harvey, Robert Orsborn, Beverly Orsbom. Robert Gokie, Susan Ponohoe,
John Adamson and Patrick Donohoe. Center row: John J. Peter, Thomas Ilarte, Mary Lou Peters, Phyl
lis Tomjack, LaPonnra Tomjack, Sheila Streeter, Coleen Clark, Daniel Prueke and Beverly Walnofer. Front
row: Leaders, James Janousek and Jan Gokie; Charlene McCart, Sharon Gokie, Louise Pribil and Mary
McCabe; Beth Tomjack, leader; Roger Haselhorst, and leader, Timothy Gray.
O'Neill Photo Co. Photo, The Frontier Engraving.
They wore matching headbands
of blue net studded with seed
pearls and carried colonial bou
quets of white carnations.
Wendell Van Arsdol Woodbine,
Iowa, was best man. Jack Ryan of
Underwood, Iowa, was groomsman.
The bridegroom and his atten
dants wore white dinner jackets
and dark trousers. Ushers were
Julian Thorell of Wayne and Ri
chard Thorell of Wausa.
Candlelighters were Linda Thor
ell. sister of the bride, and Shirley
Ruda, cousin of the bride. They
wore white dresses of dotted swiss
over taffeta with blue coummer
bund and tx>w.
\ The bride’s mother chose a na
vy blue dress with white accessor
ies. The bridegroom’s mother wore
a medium blue dress with white
accessories. They both wore cor
sages of white carnations.
A reception for about 125 guests
followed in the church parlors.
For going away the bride chose
a green print dress with white ac
cesories and a white orchid cor
sage from her bridal bouquet.
After June 27th, Mr. and Mrs.
Canning will be at home at 2775
Burt Street in Omaha where they
are both presently employed.
CARR—The John Carrs, Spen
cer. son, 6 pounds, 9 ounces, June
JONAS The Robert Jonas’,
Stuart, daughter, Peggy Sue, 7
pounds, 11 ounces, June 20.
EDWARDS The James B. Ed
wards, Ainsworth, daughter, The
resa Ann, 7 pounds, 3 ounces, June
RIES—The George J. Ries, Jr.t
Atkinson, daughter, 2 pounds, 10
ounces, June 20.
WEICHMAN—The Leo Weich
mans, Stuart, daughter, Jolene
Ann, 5 pounds. 12 ounces, June
PARKS- The Virgil Parks. O'
Neill, son, 8 pounds, 10 ounces,
June 23.
ZISKA -The Lawrence Ziskas,
Stuart, daughter, 6 pounds. 13
ounces, June 22.
Schmeckpepers, Creighton, have
named their daughter Sheri Jean.
MEINTS- The Kenneth Meints,
Creighton, daughter, Kandi Mich
elle, 8 pounds, 12*4 ounces, June
LUTKE—The Rev. Ray Lutkes,
Creightort. son, Randal Ray, 7
pounds, 13 ounces, June 20.
McNichols The Roljert McNi
chols’, Omaha, daughter, Roberta
Lynn, 8 pounds, 4*4 ounces, June
BORN The Milan Borns, Plain
tiew, son. Kevin Milan, June 21,
at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital
n Norfolk. The mother is the for
mer Elaine Reimer, daughter of
VTr. and Mrs. Henry Reimer of
CHRISTON—The Tom Christons,
Colorado City, T e x., daughter,
Dickie Lynn. June 8.
Hospital Notes
ADMISSIONS: June 17 — Mrs.
Robert McNichols of Omaha; Mrs. ■
Bertha Conway of O’Neill; Kurt ;
Robert Fox of O'Neill; Mrs. An- t
thony Anewalt of California; David j
Max of Page.
June 18—Mrs. Leon Hertel of ,
Chambers; Linda Ray Walter of c
Chambers; Mrs. Morris Kirkpat- {
ick of O’Neill; Wilbur Bennett of t
Ewing. r
June 20—Mrs. Lloyd Gallagher f
>f O'Neill. -
June 21—Elizabeth Lucero of x
Denver, Colo.; Ellen Abart of O’- i
Veill; Mrs. Cliff Fleming of Ewing; j
LeAnn Komock of “age; Mrs. v
Ralph Wurtz of Spencer.
June 22—Mrs. Wayne Sanders of (
Inman; Mrs. H. B. Burch of O’- ,,
Veill. y
June 23—Debra Siveslnd of O’- r
June 24- John Kitchens of Atkin
»n; Mrs Letta Conrad of OTVeiU.
DISMISSALS: June 17 — Mrs. *
Itewart Pascoe and baby girl of 1
D'Neill; Betty Kodman of O’Neill; (
Woodrow Sobotka of Inman; Sharon 1
Pritchett of O’Neill.
June 18—Mrs. Bethra Conway of 1
D’NeiU; Mrs. Anthony Anewalt of
California; Mrs. Wayne Bates of 1
Emmet; Mrs. Mldred Honke of O’
June 19—Mrs. Calvin Collidge and
baby boy of O’Neill.
June 20— John Kurtz of O'Neill;
Kurt Robert Fox of O’Neill; Mrs.
Robert MeNichols and baby girl
of Omaha.
June 2± Mrs. Morris Kirkpat
rick of O’Neill; Mrs. Pauline An
derl of Inman; Mrs. Maggie Siders
of O'Neill; Jeanette Winkler of O'
Neill; Mrs. Fred Timmerman of;
O’Neill; James Halsey of O’Neill
June 22- Mrs. Leon Hertel of
Chambers; Mrs. J. H. Reimers of
Inman; Wilbur Bennett of Ewing;
Mrs. Wayne Smith of Chamlters.
June 23—Mrs. Ross M. Ridgeway
of O’Neill; Mrs. Cliff Fleming of
Ewing; Linda Ray Walter of
Chambers; LeAnn Komok of Page;
Mrs Pauline Noffke of Ewing;
David Max of Page.
June 24—Mrs. Ralph Wurtz of
Brady's Honored
On Anniversary
DORSEY—Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lloyd Brady were pleasantly sur
prised on Sunday, June 21 by a
host of relatives and friends in
honor of their 35th wedding anni
Attending were the couple’s five
children and 10 grandchildren. They
are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin (Betty)
Richter, Brian, Duane, Floyd,
Uradd, Trudy and Jack of Lynch;
Mrs. Larry (Joan) Stanley and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Witherwax, Lynch. The bride is the former
Miss Claranna Carson of Lynch. The couple were married June 13
at the First Presbyterian church in O'Neill. Photo by O'Neill Photo
Co., Engaving by The Forntier. ]
Are Wed Saturday
The First Presbyt^.ian church in
VNeill was the scene of the wed
ling of Miss Claranna Carson and
lay Witherwax at 2 p.m. June 13.
Tie Rev. John Hart, pastor, offic
ited at the double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. Albert Carson and Mr.
nd Mrs Cecil Witherwax are the
iridegroom's parents. All are of
Mr. Carson gave his daughter in
riarriage. The bride wore a gown
f embroidered organza in the new
lemi-longeur length. The sculp
jred bodice featured a sabrina
eckline, accented with scallops of
mbroidery, and full length sleeves.
Tie bouffant skirt was fashioned
nth triple flounces, edged in scal
es. A jeweled crown held her veil
i place. She carried a cascade of
/hite carnations.
Maid-of-honor was Miss June
Jarson. sister of the bride. She
rore light blue raschel lace over
lue taffeta with a pleated eum
nerbund. She carried a colonial
ouquet of white carnations.
Faye Witherwax, Ord, cousin of
he bridegroom, was flower girl
nd wore a dress identical to that
f the maid-of-honor She carried
. basket of rose petals.
Gail Witherwax was his brother’s
Ring bearer was Chad Wilson,
daughter, Lisa of Fairfield, la.,
Mrs. Dean (Ivalyn) Van Every,
Elizabeth Mark and Robert and
William A. Brady, all of Omaha
and John R. Brady of Des Moines.
Others present were Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Johnson of O'Neill,
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Redshaw of
Dubuque, la.; Mr. and Mrs. A1
Winklebauer of Neligh. Mr. and
Mrs. James Winklebauer of Nor
folk, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brady,
sr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Babl,
jr., all of Lynch. lk>ug Hills of
South Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Bradv, jr. and Guy Johnson,
all of O'Neill.
O'Neill locals
In Cleveland Sunday to pick
up children from here who at
tended the Cleveland Bible ('amp
last week were the William
XaeKinlay family, the Boy Hum
rich family, the Boy Ilumrieh
family and Mrs. Bill Artus,
Nancy and Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Collins of
Bartlett were guests Sunday at the
Dick Tomlinson home.
Mrs. John Curry and daughter
will arrive Saturday for a week’s
visit with her parents, the L. A.
Mrs. Harold Hubert of Wichita,
Kans., left last week after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Streeter, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
McKenzie. Mrs. Edna Hubert re
turned with her to spend some time
with her four sons, Harold, Ronald,
■ , - ■■
John Hills, Rushville, cousin of
the bride, sang “The Lord’s Pray
er”. He was accompanied at the
organ by Miss Eleanor Barnes,
Rex Carson, brother of the bride,
and Randy Pjnkerman, ushered.
Both are of Lynch.
Candlelighters were Beverly
Evans, Hay Springs, cousin of the
bride, and Gary Witherwax, Cody,
cousin of the bridegroom.
Jeanette Evans, cousin of the
bride, presided at the guest book
and Mrs. Rex Carson and Miss
Luella Stroh at the gift table.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held in the Fellowship
Hall for the 125 guests. Mrs. Elsie
Tuch baked the heart-shaped wed
ding cake.
Presimng at the serving table
were Mrs. Wendall Hills, Rush
ville, aunt of the bride; Mrs. Dean
Johnson, O’Neill, sister of the
bridegroom, and Miss Kay Christ
ensen, Monowi. Others assisting
were Miss Kay Carson, Miss Bev
erly Alford, Miss Joyce Holz, Miss
Marlyn Graham, Mrs. Harvey
Krugman, Mrs. Harold Halstead,
Mrs. Howard Graham, and Mrs.
A. W. Aim.
Mr. and Mrs. Witherwax grad
uated from the Lynch high school
with the class of '58. The bride
taught the Redbird school during
the past year and the bridegroom
has been doing construction work
After a wedding dance that eve
ning at the Lynch Ballroom the
couple left for a wedding trip in
the Black Hills. «
Dick and Date and their families
in Wichita.
Mr. and Mrs. (Hendon Rush of
North Loup. Jim Caton jr. and I>e
lores Cauuwe of Norfolk were
guests Sunday at the H D. Man
son home.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Fowler of
Enid. Okla., came Thursday to
spend a week with her mother,
Mrs. Laura Walker and her sister
and family. Dr. and Mrs L. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stanton of
Sioux Falls. S.D.. were here for
the weekend at the A. F. Stanton
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camp!>oll
and infant son. Thomas Edward of
Green Bay, Wise . i-ame Saturday
to spend a week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs Ed Campbell
Bill Froelich of Wichita, Kans.,
was here for the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thorin and Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Harmon have
been in Park R^eds. Minn., for a
week’s business and pleasure
Enjo.Via picnic at Ford’s
Park Sunday were Uie Jerry
SpltUer family, the Bill Kelley
family, Mrs. James Kelley, Mrs.
Billiard W a 1 t o n. William P.
Kelley of Omaha. Mrs. fhuek
Fox and Cindy and the G. F.
Austin family of Great Bend,
Kans., who left Wednesday after
a week’s visit with relatives.
John Irwin and Larry Pearson
of Genoa were weekend guests of
Ken and Ste\o Peterson, sons of
Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson jr,
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