The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, July 02, 1959, Image 3

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    Cool Weather Doesn't Dampen Cupid's Ardor
Linda Cronk Becomes June
Bride of Larry Heiss in Page
Linda Clunk, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Cronk, Pago, be
came the bride of Larry Heiss,
son of Mi and Mrs Harold Heisr,
Page, Wednesday, June 24.
The double nne ceremony w«*
performed by lie*. Green, Nor
folk. at tiie Page Methodist church
at 7 30 p.m.
Given in marriage by her fath
er, the bride wore a gown styled
by her mother of floor-length ny
lon tulle and net over hi atal satin.
The sequin and lace trimmed lio
dice featured a square neckline
coming to a point in the back and
short lace-trimmed deeyes. Lace
panels circled the full skirt.
Her trouquet was lily-of-the-val
ley. centered with white gladioli
.loan Kosmiche. Bridgeport, was
maid of honor and Betty Fetro»*,
O'Neill, was bridesmaid. Both are
cousins of the bride. They wore
matching blue and yellow dresses
of lace over laffeta and carried
bouquets of white daisies.
Flower girls were Pamela Ash
er, Powell, Wyo., and Loretta
Fink, Lafette. Colo., both nieces of
the bride. They wore blue and yel
low flecked nylon dresses with
head banrls of blue and yellow ro
/Mirmiun 11 it ui vvri t*
Lyle lloiss best man. and Kddie
Walker, groomsman. Ushers were
Fred Crank, and Darrel lleiss.
Lorene Lorenz and Susan Wort
man, cousins of the bride, were
candle lighters.
The altar was decorated with a
seven blanch' candelabra and
baskets of white gladioli. The tra
ditional wedding marches were
played by Mrs. Howard Manson,
O'Neill. Mrs. Merivyn French jr.
sang “Because,” “Whither Thou
Goest," and "The Lord's Prayer."
The mother of the bride was at
tired in linen and the mother of
the bridegroom wore lace and lin
Following the ceremony, a re
ception was given by the bride’s
parents in the fellowship hall of
the church. Mrs. Sharon Crumly
was in rharge of the guest liook.
and Miss Bea Linquist, O'Neill,
and Miss Becky Kennedy, Lincoln,
were at the gift table.
Marilyn Fetrow cut the wedding
Mrs Larry Heiss nee Linda Cronk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cronk of Page The couple were married at the Page Methodist
churcn on June 24.
cihp which was baked by the
bride's mother. Miss Marie Heiss
and Mrs. Warren Crarik poured.
Servers were the Misses Kathleen
Walker, Lura Ann Cfcutmly, Vi
vian Ragland and Mrs Robert
The bride chose for her going
away attire a white cotton dress
with orchid polka dots and a largo
orchid sash, white and orchid ac
cessories and a white carnation
Out-of-town guests were from
Wyoming. Colorado, California,
Lincoln, Inman. Omaha. Hastings,
Fremont, Norfolk, Neliegh, O'
Neill, Hershey and Bridgeport.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Richard D. Perry. They were united in marriage
June 27 at the Methodist church in Inman The bride is the former
Lu Ella Watson of Inman.
Lu Ella Watson,
Richard D. Perry
Wed In Inman
Miss Lu Ella Watson became the
bride of Richard D. Perry at 8
o'clock Saturday evening, June 27,
in a ceremony performed in the
Methodist church ut Inman. The
Rev. Rotiert Embree, district sup
erintendent. officiated at the double
ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl L Watson of Inman
and the groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold C. Perry of Man
hattan. Kans.
White satin bows decorated the
pews of the church and the altar
was beautiful with lighted white
candles in two seven-branch oan
delabra and baskets of white glad
Mrs. Edwin Langley, cousin of
the bride, played appropriate mu
sic while the guests were lie mg
seated and the traditional wedding
marches. She also accompanied
Mr Ralph Gray of Blue Hill as he
sang "Because'' and "O Promise
Me" before the ceremony, and
"The Lord's Prayer” at the close.
Cupdlelighters were Bonnie Dee
and Jacqueline Lee Tomlinson,
nieces of the bride. Carol Ann
Kirkpatrick, niece of the bride
groom, was the flower girl. The
girls wore identical dresses of
flocked orchid nylon over taffeta
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, appeared in a gown of
silk organza and imported Chantil
ly lace. Natural scallops of the lace
embroidered with pearls 'and se
quins fashioned the- sabrina neck
line of the smoothly molded Ixxlice
which was designed with long
sleeves tapering to bridal points.
The extremely bouffant organza
skirt was banded by a wide band
of lace lx?neath which an organza
ruffle swirled to a brush train. A
crown of lace, pearl and sequin ac
cented, held her veil of pure silk
bridal illusion. She carried a bou
quet of a white orchid encircled
with feathered carnations.
Her jewelry, a gift from the
bridegroom, was a single strand of
baby pearls and matching earrings.
Mrs Virgil Tomlinson, matron of
honor, and her sister’s only attend
ant, wore a waltz length gown of
white over orchid taffeta which
was accented by an orchid satin
sash. She carried a cascade bou
quet of white carnations.
Robert Kirkpatrick of Wichita,
Kans., was best man for his bro
ther-in-law. Thomas Watson, bro
ther of the bride, and Virgil Tom
linson, her brother-in-law served
as ushers. The men of the wedding
party were attired in white dinner
jackets and black trousers. They
wore white carnation boutonnieres.
The bride’s mother chose a dusty
rose lace dress with white acces
sories for her daughter’s wedding.
The bridegroom’s mother wore a
dress of mauve embroidered linen
with white accessories. Each wore
a philaenopsis corsage.
Following the ceremony, a re
ception was held in the church an
nex with Mrs. Ira L. Watson, aunt
of the bride, acting as hostess. A
three-tier wedding cake decorated
all in white and topped with a min
iature bride and bridegroom cen
tered the table which was covered
with a beautiful lace cloth. Cam
bride Arms with white candles anti
floating white coses provided fur-;
ther decoration.
The wedding cake was cut by |
Mrs. Stuart llartigan, aunt of the;
bride, and Mrs. Lena Butler. The j
bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. Thomas
Watson, served the punch. Mrs
Norbert Clark presided at the guest
book and the bride's cousin, Mrs.
Max Mossman. and Mrs. John
Mattson attended the gift table, j
Assisting with the serving were
Ruth Ann Hansen. Marilyn Siders,'
Bernice Coleman, and Mary Mors
For her wedding trip through the
northwestern states, the bride
chose a navy blue linen sheath
dress and matching coat with white
accessories She used the orchid
from her bridal bouquet for her
The bride was graduated from the '
Inman High School and Wayne
State Teachers College. Last surn-w
mer she ohtaincd her Masters De
gree at the University of Wyoming
and for the past year was the busi
ness education teacher at Perry
ton, Tex.
The bridegroom received his
bachelor of science in mechanical
engineering and a bachelor of
science in business administration
from tiie Kansas State College in
Manhattan. He is presently em
ployed as a maintenance engineer
by the Phillips Chemical Company j
at Borger, Tex. The couple will re
side at Borger.
-- j
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. DeBacker
wish to announce the engage
ment and approaching marriage
of their daughter, DiAnn to Ken
neth E. Hendrix, son of Mr. and
Mrs Charles H. Hendrix of Au
rora, Colo.
Miss DeBacker is a graduate
of St. Mary's Academy of 1953,
attended Briar Cliff College of
Sioux City, Iowa and is presently
employed by the Colorado De
partment of Highways.
Hendrix is a graduate of La- i
favette high school, St. Joeseph. ,
Missouri and is presently attend
ing Denver University.
August 22 has been set for the
wedding date.
Former O'Neill Boy Weds.
Denny Lockmon. son of Mr. and t
Mrs. IX>rlin Lockmon of Norfolk ;
a former teacher in the O'Neill
Public school, was wed June 14
to Miss Janice JoAnn Porsch in ■
the Emmanuel Lutheran church at '
I^ake View. Iowa.
Denny is a graduate of Norfolk i
High school and attended the Uni
versity of Nebraska. He is cm- i
ployed by the New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co at Omaha.
Eliza Johnson Weds
Donald Rzeszotarski
The Methodist Church in Ains
worth was the scene of the June
21st wedding of Eliza Johnson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Hans
Johnson, Ainsworth, and Donald
Rzeszotarski, son of Mr and Mrs.
Gaines Rzeszotarski. Emmet.
The Rev. Joseph Roe offieated
the 3 ccremoncy. Mrs. Mur
ry Mellor, Atkinson, sister of the
bride, played the wedding march
and accompanied Mrs. William
Schom, Atkinson, who sang. ’ Be
cause," and “The Lord's Prayer.”
The altar was decorated w.r
baskets of pink and white gladiete
and other garden tl veers.
Given in marriage by her fath
er, the bride wore a dress ol white
lace over a taffeta underskirt,
featuring a st all ifx d neckline and
sleeves tapering m bridal points
at the wrists. Her bcuquet wan
of pink roses.
Ruth Johnson. Klameth Fails.
Ore., was maid of ho lor for I t'*
sister. Arlene Peterson. Hagler.
and Karen Myers, Ftvmon;, were
bridesmaids. Miss John n end
Miss Peterson wore pink ballerin.i
drosses and Miss Myers wore
white with a pink sash. They car
ried colonial bouquets of pink and
white carnations.
Karen Andrus and Michele
Rzeszotarski, cousins of the bride
groom were eandlelighters, wear
ing pink dresses. Roxanne Rzes
zotarski, was flower girl, wear
ing a white dress fashioned after
that of the bride. Ring hearer
was Dale Mellor, sun of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Mellor, Atkinson.
Attending his cousin as best
man was Ronnie Andrus, Valen
tine Murray Mellor. Atkinson, and
Chester Johnson, Ainsworth, were
A reception for 125 guests fob
lowed the ceremony in the church
lusement- The ladies of the
church c;tx !e served. The serving
table was centered with a 4 tier
cake decorated in pink and white.
The bride wore a pink jersey
dress with white accessories for
her wedding trip to Colorado. Fol
lowing the trip they will reside on
a ranch south of Kmmet.
Mrs. Rzesotarski is a graduate
of Ainsworth high school and at
tended McCook Junior College. She
has bee 1 teaching at a rural
school near Ainsworth.
The bridegroom is a graduate
of Atkinson High School and is en
gaged in ranching.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rzeszotarski, were married June 21 in Ains
worth at the Methodist church She is the former Eliza Johnson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs llans Johnson, Ainsworth.
The John Buhlmanns, Bartlett. The bride is the former Bonnie
Banks of Inman. The ceremony took place at St. Paul’s Lutheran
church in Chambers.
Miss Bonnie Banks,
John W. Buhlmann,
Exchange Vows
St. Paul's Lutheran church in
Chambers was (he 7:30 p.m. scene
if the candle-light wedding of Miss
3onnie Banks and John W. Buhl
nann, jr., June 26. Rev. Roten,
castor of the church, .officiated at
he doable ring ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage
jy her father, is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Banks of
nman. The parents of the bride
groom are Mr. and Mrs. John
luhlmann, sr. of Bartlett.
For her wedding the bride chose
i gown of nylon tulle over taff
*ta. The smoothly sculptured bo
lice was designed with a sabrina
teckline framed by bands of se
iuin encrusted lace and featured
)rief sleeves completed with elbow
nitts. Scalloped chantilly band
ace fashioned the redingote front
md roses of lace dramatized the
back of the voluminous skirt which
fell to floor length.
A cap of pearl trimmed lace
held her veil of pure silk bridal
illusion. She carried a spray of
white roses on a white Bible, a
gift of the bridegroom. Miss Banks
also carried something old, some
thing new, something borrowed
and something blue.
Mrs. Howard Banks, Lincoln,
sister-in-law of the bride, served
•as matron of honor. Miss Helen
Sobotka, Inman, and Marilyn Buhl
mann of Bartlett, sister of the
bridegromm, served as junior
The brides attendants chose alike
frocks in Chantilly type lace over
mint green taffeta. The bodices
were designed with scoop neck
lines and cap sleeves. Narrow
bands of satin tied in tiny bows at
the front accented the slender
w’aistlines above the full skirts
circling to ballerina length. They
wore matching head bands and
carried nosegays.
The bridegroom's attendants
were Howard Banks, Lincoln, bro
11her of the bride, who was besi
j man. Duane Pelster, Bartlett.
! groomsman and Roger Banks, bro
] ther of the bride, junior grooms
I man. All attendants, including the _
! father of the bride, wore white'
I dinner jackets with pink carnation
| boutonnieres.
Roxanne Rzeszotarski, Emmet,
j cousin of the bride served as flow
jer girl and Kenneth Clouse, Bart
| lett, served as ring bearer. Donald
Brown and Lyle Race served us
ushers and candlelighters.
Darlene Harley, organist, ac
companied Joe Felker who sang
“The Wedding Player.” and "The
Lord's Prayer.”
The mother of the bride appear
ed in a pale blue eyelet dacron
dress with white accessories. The
bridegroom's mother wore h blue
lace dress with white accessories.
Both mothers wore corsages of
pink roses.
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held in the church parlors
for approximately 200 guests who
were seated at tables decorated
with rose buds. The four tier wed-,
ding cake was decorated with a
miniature bride and bridegroom.
It was cut and served by Mrs. Lyle
Hanna, Chambers, aunt of the
bridegroom. Mrs. Gaines Rzeszot
arski, Emmet, aunt of the bride,
and Mi's. James Sobotka, Inman.
I loured coffee and punch.
Waitresses were Edith Grimes,
Lois Strong, Kathy McConnell,
M a r y Morsbach and Earleen
Schrunk. Misses Carol Cadwalhtder
and Brenda Colman, Inman, class
mates of the bride were at the gift
table; Miss Alyce Bulhmann, Oma
jha. cousin of the bridegroom was
in charge of the guest book
Guests at the wedding were from
Omaha, Grand Island, Kearney,
Albion, Petersburg, Primrose, Lor
etta, Norfolk, Kricson, Spalding,
Si. Edward. Newman Grove, Ced
ar Rapids, O'Neill, Atkinson. Em
met, Bartlett, Inman, Ewing,
Chambers and the state of Kansas.
After u short wedding trip to the
Black Hills the couple will make
their home on a ranch north of
The bride was graduated from
the Inman high school in 1958 anti
is presently employed at the North
western Bell Telephone Co. in O'
Neill. The bridegroom graduated
from the Bartlett high school in
1957 and is in ranching.
Ruth Ann Renze
Marries Alfred Prince
Ruth Anne Renze, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Renze, was
married June 12 in Gardena Calif.,
to Alfred Prince, San Luis Obispo,
at St. Anthony’s Church. Mr. and
Mrs. Renze and son, Jim. attend
ed the wedding from O'Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Renze, Gar
dena, Calif., were attendants at
the double ring ceremony. A re
ception was held at the Polynesian
Room in Wolterian, Calif., follow
ing the ceremony.
The bride was formerly em
ployed in San Luis Obispo, Calif.,
as a legal stenographer and the
bridegroom is graduate of Califor
nia State Polytechnic College
Following a wedding trip to Las
Vegas, the couple will reside at
11207 Prairie Avenue, Inglewood,
Miss Betty Schindler
Weds Keith Gibson
June 13 at Ewing
EWING—Miss Betty Jean Schin
dler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Schihdler of Ewing, became
the bride of Mr. Keith Gibson,
son of Alvin Gibson of Neligh,
on June 13 at 10 a.m.
St. John's Catholic church south
of Ewing was the scene with Fa
ther Francis Kubart officiating
Only the immediate families
were in attendance.
The bride, escorted to the al
tar by her father, wore a streel
lengh gown of pink crystalctte
chiffon with matching headband
and carried a nosegay of pink
The bridesmaid, Darlene Schin
dler, sister of the bride, wore
beige and carried a bouquet sim
ilar to that of the bride.
The bridegroom and his atten
dant, the bride's brother, Maurice \
Schindler of Omaha, wore dark
suits, and had pink carnation
Miss Carol Hoffman, church or
ganist, played the organ as the
bride entered and left the church.
A reception for the immediate
families followed at the home of
the bride's parents.
Thomas-Rager Nuptials
At First Presbyterian
The First Presbyterian Church
at O'Neill was the setting for the
wedding uniting Miss Helen Thom
as, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Thomas of O'Neill, and Clark
O. Rager, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Otis R Rager of Gordon, at 2:00
p.m. on June 28th
Rev. John Hart solemnized the
double ring ceremony before an
altar decorated with bouquets of
Mrs. Harold Seger, organist,
played the traditional wedding
music and accompanied the soloist,
Roy Lundgren of Madison, who
sang Greig's, "I Love Thee,” and
“The Lord’s Prayer.”
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, chose a gown of silk
organza, cut with a basque waist
nestled into a bouffant skirt; with
a cascade of hack poufs above a
chapel train The neckline featured
appliqued Swiss embroidery sprink
led with sequins. The shoulder
length veil fell from a pearl and
jeweled crown. She carried a cas
cade bouquet of white roses, out
lined with white feathered carna
Miss Vonda Thomas, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Ller
street length dress was of powder
blue dacron with matching taffeta
cummerbund. She wore a match
ing net headdress. The maid of
honor carried a colonial bouquet of
Mrs. Harold E Robinson nee Miss Carol Faust. Atkinson. The
marriage took place at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Atkinson on
June 27.
Carol Faust Marries
Creighton U. Student
In Atkinson Saturday
Carol Lynn Faust and Harold K.
Robinson. Pueblo, Col., were mar
ried Saturday at 10 a m. in the St.
Joseph's Catholic Church at Atkin
son. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Faust, Atkin
son, and the bridegroom the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robinson,
The Rev. Richard J. Parr per
formed the ceremony. A reception
was held at the American Legion
Club in Atkinson.
Sharon Kokes, Atkinson, was
maid of honor and Mrs. V. B.
Faust jr., Glenwood Springs, Col.,
was matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Mrs. Harold Broomhall, Mrs.
Leonard Troshynski and Mar y
Best man was Joseph C'wna,
Pueblo. Ushers were James Robin
son, brother of the bridegroom,
Victor Faust Jr., brother of the
bride; Gleenwood Springs, Col.;
Richard Faust, Atkinson, Charles
Hunyada, Pueblo, Richard Albers,
Humphrey, and Ix>uis De Giacomo
Following the wedding trip the
couple are at home in Omaha
where Mr. Robinson is continuing
his studies at the Creighton Uni
versity school ol dentistry. Then
address is 28X2 California Street.
Clarence Eugene Sanderson, 21,
Chambers and Bonnie l-ee Peter
son, 17, Chambers, June 23.
Harold Edward Robinson, 27,
Pueblo, Colo., and Carol Lynne
Faust, 21, Atkinson, June 21.
I.imdhcrg Mt ..lorial Hospital
ADMITTED; June 20 27 Frank
Frank of Verdigre; ('indy Ada ins
of Orchard; Mrs. George .1. Doerr
of Creighton; Albert Halvosen of
Winnetoon; Ms. Anna McKlhore I
DISMISSED: Dennis Bohren of
Winnetoon; Mis. Garron Schmeck
peper and daughter of Bloomfield;
Frank Frank of Verdigri ; Mis.
Kenneth Meinfs and daughter of
Creighton; Mrs. Ray l.utke and
son of Creighton; Mrs. Gc »rge J.
Doerr of Creighton, who was
transferred to an Omaha I ■ -p •
Mrs. Emma Breckner of Cre gh
ton. She was taken to Clarks Rest
Home in Creighton.
Mrs. Clark O. Rager, formerly Miss Helen Thomas, O’Neill. The
ceremony was held at the First Presbyterian church in O'Neill on
June 28.
blue shasta daisies.
Miss Mabel Ann Thomas, sister
of the bride, was bridesmaid. Her
dress and bouquet were identical
to that of ihe maid of monor, ex
cept in pink.
Gordon Goranson, Gordon, was
the liestman and Willard Kellinitz,
of Rushville, was groomsman.
Ushers were Robert Thomas of
North Platte and Dwayne Devall
of O'Neill. The bridegroom and his
attendants wore dark business suits
wi h white carnation boutonnieres.
For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs.
Thomas chose a dusty rose dress
with white accessories The bride
groom’s mother wore a silk fig
ured dress with matching acces
sories. Their corsages were pink
Following the ceremony, a re
ception was held for the guests in ,
the Fellowship Hall. The wedding ,
cake was baked by Mrs. Homer j
Ernst and served by Mrs. Elmer ]
Devall, aunt of the bride. Mrs Roy ;
Lundgren of Madison, poured oof- \
fee and Mrs. Tom Dolan of Fol- ]
som, Calif., served punch. I
Presiding at the gift table were I
the Misses Barbara Evert of Ft. (
Collins, Colo., and Colleen Baugous, 1
of Homer Mrs. Gordon Goranson, 1
sister of the bridegroom, had i
charge of the guestbook.
For going away the bride wore
a powder-blue sheath with match
ing jacket. She had white acces
sories and wore a corsage of white
' After a wedding trip to the west
ern states the couple will reside
in Gordon.
Mrs. Clark Rager graduated
from O’Neill High School and at
tended Wayne State. She has been
teaching at the Gordon Grade
Mr. Clark Rager graduated from
Gordon High School and Chadron
Out of town guests included: Mrs.
rom Dolan Jr. and son Mike of
Folsom. Oajif.; Mr. and Mrs. Rob
?rt Thomas of North Platte; Mr.
md Mrs. Roy Lundgren and girls
if Madison; Miss Barbara Evert
)f Fort Collins, Colo.; Miss Colleen
(iaugous from Homer; Mrs. J. W.
'lurke from New Mexico; Mr. and
Vtrs Dick Haslaw, Chudron; Mr.
md Mrs. Roger Wilson, Chadron;
Vfr. and Mrs. Casper Winkler. At
<inson; Mrs. Lenard Dusatko and
amily of Emmet; Mr. and Mrs.
Jtis R. Rager. Gordon; Mr. and
VIrs. Gordon Goranson and son,
A'nn, Gordon, and Willard Well
litz, Rushville.