The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, July 09, 1959, Image 11
pr on 9 Women 3 .— -- — _ 5L Social forecast Thursday, July 8 WSCS lajtheran Ladies Aid Friday, July 10 Come Double C’A's, Mrs. Allen Walters home. Monday, July 13 Hospital Auxiliary Tuesday, July 14 Elkhom Project What' Not Extension Club Notes O’Monde Mrs. George Carstens entertain ed O'Monde members with lunch eon and bridge June 30. Bridge winners were Mrs. 1! D. Gilder sleeve, Mrs. Carstens and Mrs. Chuck Fox. A guest was Mrs. Ted Kyster. MM MM met June 30 at the home of Mrs Paul Shierk. Bridge winners were Mrs. L, A Burgess and Mrs. K L Van Voorhis. Mrs. Van Voor his was also a guest. Kebekah Rebekah l»dge No. 41 met Fri day evening for a regular session at 8 p.m. Mrs. Marlen Luber was in charge of the luncheon commit tee O'Neill Better Ways Mrs. E E. Cleveland Jr. was hostess last Tuesday to eight mem lx>rs of the O'Neill Better Ways Extension club Mrs. Richard Ho vey presented the lesson on "Skill et Meals ” A luncheon was served following the meeting. Next meeting will lie with Mrs Dick Strube. .Methodist Adult Fellowship Meets Forty families of the Methodist Adult Fellowship met June 28 for a picnic at Ford park in O'Neill. Following a picnic supper there were games and singing around a campfire. Assembly of God Group Holds Watermelon Feed The C'A's of the Assembly of God church sponsored a watermel on feed for the young people of the church Tuesday night at 8 p m. at Ford Park Cub Scouts To Hold Hake Sale Saturday O'Neill cub scouts are sponsor ing a hake sa'e Saturday, July 11 at Shelhamers Jack anti Jill food store. Peggy O'Boyle Honored With Bridal Shower Mrs. Stanley Holly was hostess at a bridal shower Friday in her home given for Peggy O'Bovle. Miss O'Boyle is engaged to marry Jack Carney. Games were played with Mrs Tony O'Donnell, Mrs. Norb Uhl, Mrs Fred Heermann and Mrs. Don Becker winners. Lunch was serv ed by the hostess. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Fritz Dostal, Council Bluffs, la.; Mrs. Hank Mangan and daughter, Rosamond;- and Mrs Pat Hickey Jr., Omaha, and Mrs. James Car ney, Burwell. COFFEE FOR MRS. CI RRY Mrs L. A Becker entertained in her home last Thursday after noon at a coffee in honor of her daughter, Mrs. John Curry, who has l>een visiting here. The following women were at Mrs. Becker's home: Mrs. Ben Grady, Mrs. Bill McIntosh, Mrs. John Stuift>ergen, Mrs. Don Beck er, Mrs. Jerry Petsche, Mrs. Rex Wilson, Mrs. Mac Simonson and Mrs. Bill Petsche. Try The Frontier Want Ads — It Pays ! Barbara McCarthy Weds B. F. Pruss At a 10 a.m. nuptial mass at St. Patrick's Catholic church July 1, Miss Barbara Jeanne McCarthy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George McCarthy, became the bride of Bernard Francis Pruss, Omaha, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton J. Pruss, Orchard. The Rev. Timothy O’Sullivan performed the ceremony before an altar decorated with white gla diolas, fern and red roses. Approx imately 200 guests were there. The bride was escorted to the al tar by her father wearing a ball erina gown of all-over lace The snug bodice featured a boat neck line, short sleeves and an Eliza bethan waistline. A full lace over taffeta skirt was caught with a taffeta bow in back and ruffles of net made a back trim. The tierred illusion veil was caught with a jeweled hat with three dimension pearl embroid ery. She carried a bouquet of white gladtolas nested in lily of the val ley. Beverly McCarthy, Omaha, was her sister’s maid of honor. Bride maids were Kathryn McCarthy, sister of the bride, O'Neill, and Audrey Hawn, Dunlap, la. They wore identical ballerina gowns of blue organza'with white val lace trimming the snug bodices. The matching blue hats were set with halo veil. Each carried a bouquet of white carnations featured with blue. Best man was James Pruss, San Francisco, brother of the bride groom. Groomsmen were Edward McCarthy, Columbus and Robert Burival. O'Neill. Tony Pruss Jr., Orchard, and Gene Harris, Omaha were ushers. Miss Alvara Ramm. Stuart, was organist, accompuning Bonnie Burival singing "Ava Maria", "Oh Lord I Am Not Worthy,” "Mother Beloved.” and "Oh Moth er, Will It Always Be?” The mother of the bride chose a lace dress of dusty rose with white accessories and a white car nation corsage The mother of the bridegroom wore a silk print dress with white accessories and a white carnation corsage. A breakfast was held preceding the ceremony for the wedding party and family and a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents from 2 to 4 p.m. For the wedding trip the bride chose a cin namon brown sheath with white accessories. She also wore a cor sage of white carnations. Mrs. Pruss is a graduate of St. Mary's Academy and St. Cather ine's Hospital School of Nursing in Omaha. At present she is a sen ior student nurse. Mr. Pruss is a graduate of Orchard High School and has attended the University of Nebraska and Creighton Universi ty. He is presently employed with the Omaha Postal Department. Following a wedding trip to the Black Hills the couple are at home in Omaha. Out-of-town guests included the following: Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pruss, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pruss, Jr , and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Drayton, all of Orchard: Mr. and Mrs. Mel He l>ert and family. Wichita. Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Warren G Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Robert llocak and family, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Albrachts and family, Mr and Mrs John McCarthy and family and Mr. and Mrs. William McElvain, all of Omaha: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc Carthy and family, Boise, Ida.; Mr. and Mrs Roy Goree, Long Pine; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ondrac ek, and Miss Anne Ondracek, all of Greeley Miss Kathryn McCar.hy, Atkin son; Mrs. Jerry Bari, Kimball; Miss Alvara Ramm, Stuart; Mr. and Mrs Joseph Pruss and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rayer, all of Creighton; Mr. and Mrs. All ert Pruss, Fremont; Mr. and Mrs Henry Bauer, Plainview; Mr. and Mrs. James Pruss, Dodge; and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gribble of Chambers. Mr. and Mm. Bernard Prust. —O’Neill Photo Co. Photo J Amy Kersenbrock Wins O'Neill Honors in Golf At Women's Tourney Mrs. Alma Kersenbrock and Mrs Vi Sullivan. Albion, emerged as low score winners of the Ladies Open Golf Tournament in O'Neill last Tuesday, following sudden death play-offs for the O'Neill and out-of-town medalist winners. Mrs. Kersenbrock broke a tie with Mrs. Sue Deaver with a play off on one hole and Mrs. Sullivan defe »ted Mrs Bea Meade. Ains worth. following a tie for out-of town low' honors Seven towns were represented as 49 golfers played in the tourna ment. Other winners included the following: Least number of putts for nine holes, Bea Meade. Ains worth; longest drive on the ninth, Jane Gentzler. Plainview; longest putt on the fifth, Barbara Curry, Kansas City; closest to the pin in three strokes on the first, Arlene Kuhl, Plainview; closest to the pin in one stroke on the fourth. Marie Kelly, O'Neill; high score from out-of-town, Millie Whitney, Ainsworth; high score in O'Neill, Lois Fox, O'Neill; and average score. Alice Develon. Albion. A total of 75 women were at the O'Neill Country Club Wednesday for the bridge and golf events. Cocktails and a luncheon followed the breakfast and golf and bridge was played in the afternoon Bridge winners were: high scores. Alice Gabelman, Neligh. and Alice Develon, Albion: low SCO e, Mrs Gien Faunce, O'Neill: and traveling prize. Mary Biglin. O'Neill. Out-of-town women were from Plainview, Albion, Neligh, New man Grove, Bassett and Ains worth O'Neill Locals Guests at the Larry Schaffer home Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. K. M DeLashmutt and children. Burwell. Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Kennicott are vacationing in Minnesota While there they will visit Mrs Kenntcott's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mlinar at- j tended a Larson family reunion at i Piokstmvn. S. D., Saturday. Mrs. Rosa Bowers. Mrs. Minnie Higgins and Mrs. Ruby Waymar attended the Damero funeral in Atkinson Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Person and Mr. and Mrs Dick Silver and Chris of Oakland were weekend guests of Mrs. Pearl Grutsch John Baker of Omaha was here Friday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Lohaus. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Anson and Mr. and Mrs Orland Anson of At kinson were guests Saturday at the Leland Anson home. Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Anson and girls were guests Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Loy and fam ily of Kearney were here for th. ' ' 10 Clay Johnson sr. homes. Mr. and Mrs. John Grew'e and family of Lincoln were here Sun day at the Helmut Arnold homo. \ n g e 1 i c a Grewe stayed for a week's visit. Mrs. Joe Price nee Miss Marian Heiss, Page. The wedding look place June 27 at the Page Methodist church. The couple will reside in Lincoln.—O’Neill Photo Co. photo. Miss Marian Heiss, Joe Price, Lincoln, Married at Page The Page Methodist church was decorated with baskets of white chrysanthemums and tinted blue carnations accented with sprays of frosted woodwardia and huckle berry for the 3 p.m June 27 wed ding ceremony of Miss Marian Heiss, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ivan Heiss, Page, and Joe Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Price, Lincoln. The Rev. I. Lester Hart, Tilden. uncle of the bride, performed the doublering ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of em broidered nylon organza A gleam ing satin band ending in a bow and streamers in the back gave the Empire look to the fitted bodice with its Sabrina neckline and brief scalloped sleeves. The voluminous •intermissioh length skirt, edged in scallops, whirled into a sweep train. A crown of lace scallops accent ed by tulle flowers centered with pearls held her fingertip v#il of pure silk bridal illusion. ane Cctintfu a vosuaut? ui wiiiitr roses accented with stephanotis and blue ribbon streamers. Her only jewelry was a single cultured pearl on a silver chain, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried out the tradition of some thing old. new, borrowed, blue and a penny in her shoe. The maid-of-honor Miss Myma Heiss. sister of the bride, appear ed in a sheath dress of white em broidered satin cotton with a V neckline. Her headpiece was a white velvet headband with a white eye length veil, the velvet matching the belt of the dress. She carried a white lace fan with white carnations with touches of blue arranged on it. White nylon gloves completed her outfit. Miss Janet Philippi. Lincoln, was brides maid and the junior bridesmaid was Miss Bonnie Heiss. youngest sister of the bride. All three were identically dressed. Larry Price. Lincoln, was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Lyle Heiss. Page, brother of the bride, and Ronald Livingston. Lincoln Head usher was Merwyn French, jr., Page. Other ushers were Dave Fullis and Norvan Holverson, both of Lincoln. All the male attendants and ushers wore white dinner jackets and tuxedo trousers. The ring bearer was Tommy Hart. Tilden. Candlelighters were Cletia and Becky Hart, Tilden. They wore dresses of scalloped white reembroidered nylon with i underskirts of white nylon organ za. They wore white headbands with ruffled net veils and nylon gloves. Flower girls were Pamela and Debra Price. Lincoln. They wore dresses identical to those of candle lighters. They carried baskets of white chrysanthemum petals. For her daughter’s wedding, the bride's mother chose a light blue sheath of reembroidered lace fea turing a large shawl collar. She wore a red rose corsage and white accessories. The bridegroom’s mother wore a blue and white linen sheath dress with accents of blue embroidery and a white lace jacket. She also wore white accessories. Mrs. Esther Price, Lincoln, sang "Because”, “I I^ove Thee”, and "The Lord's Prayer”. Accompany ing her at the organ was Mrs. Lois Johnson. Lincoln. A reception in the church par lors was held immediately follow ing the ceremony Mrs. Lester Brady, Lincoln, aunt of the bride, cut the wedding cake. The cake had been transported to Page from Lincoln. Lt featured a miniature bride and bridegroom on a two tier four layer cake. Misses Colette Crow and Marcia Johnson. Iincoln. served the wed ding cake. Miss Barbara Griess, Lincoln, served the punch. Aunts of the bride, Mrs. Florence French, sr . and Miss Marie Heiss, poured coffee. Misses Lois Salta and Don na Crumly served the bride's table. Mrs. Bette Frells was host ess at the reception. Mrs. Flor ence Hart, Tilden, had charge of the guest book For going away, the bride wore a light pink sheath of dacron and nylon with a bolero jacket. She wore a white hat and white acces sories, and a corsage of white roses and stephanotis, die same as her wedding bouquet. The couple left immediately af ter the reception on a week and a half wedding trip to Chicago, Ni agara Falls. Buffalo and New York City. They will be at home after July 11 at 810 Northborough Lane in Lincoln in the new home they : have purchased. Mrs. Price was a 1955 graduate of the Page high school. She at tended Nebraska Wesleyan Uni versity where she is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority She will graduate from the Bryan Memorial school of nursing in Lincoln in August. Mr. Price is a graduate of Northeast high in Lincoln. He spent 3 years in the Marines and attended Nebraska Wesleyan Uni versity. He is presendy the man ager of a King’s Drive In restaur ant in Lincoln. Mr and Mrs. Randy Johnson, Ree Heights, S D. The bride was formerly Miss Sharon Fry of Burwell. The marriage took place June 30 at the Chambers Methodist church. O'Neill Photo Co. Photo, The Frontier Engraving. i “c methoard church in Cham bers was the scene of the 2 p.m louble ring ceremony on June 30 uniting in marriage Miss Sharon Fry and Randy Johnston. The Rev. Charles Cox, paslor, bfficiated. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Veil Fry, Burwell, and Mr and Mrs. Stanley Johnston, Ree Heights 3. D. The bride was given in marria ge by her father. She appeared in i floor length gown with a foam bf French Chantilly lace ruffles bver net and taffeta, featuring i smooth fitting lace Ixbdice with i Sabrina neckline and long slee ves coming to points over the vrists. She wore a coronet of lace embro dered with pearls and sequins and i cloud of nylon illusion veiling n ballerina length Her jewelry vas a double strand pearl neck ace and earinigs, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a white 3ible and pink roses with white streamers tipped with pink rose buds. Miss Jerilyn Coday, Chambers, :ousin of the bride, was maid-of lonor. She wore a waltz length ?own of pink net over taffeta vith pink accessories. The brides maid, Miss Carole Smith, Taylor, core a waltz length gown of white bet over pink taffeta, with a pink :oummerbund and white accessor ies. She and the maid-of-honor carried bouquets of pink and white daisies. Jim McDonald. Highmore, S. D , was bestman. Ushers were Chuck Fry, Burweli, brother of the bride and Edward, Coday, Chambers, uncle of the bride. Before an altar banked with baskets of white gladioli, pink ros es and 12 white candelabra, Mrs. Loyd Milligan sang "Because”, “I love You Truly" and “The Lord's Prayer", accompanied at the or gan hy Mrs. C. Robertson For her daughter’s wedding Mrs. Fry chose a beige lace suit with pink accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a blue flowered dress with white accessories. They both wore white feathered caration corsages. A reception was held following the ceremony at the church Ar deth Coday, aunt of the bride, baked and cut the pink and white three tier cake topped with the bridal couple with bells filled with pink roses and greenery around the base. Arlene Garwood presid ed at the guest hook, Alberta Miles was at the gift book, Rober ta Klabanes was in charge of the gifts, Mrs. Less Miles and Mrs. Chuck Schmidt poured and Rose Miles served punch. Following a two week trip to the Black Hills the couple will he at home at Ree Heights, S. D The Clarence Sandersons of Chambers The double-ring candle light ceremony was held June 28 at St. Paul’s Lutheran church in Chambers. The bride was Miss Bonnie Peterson before her mar riage.—O'Neill Photo Co. photo. Miss Bonnie Lee Peterson, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson of Chambers and Clar ;nce Eugene Sanderson, son of Vlr. and Mrs. Ray Sanderson, Chambers were united June 28 at in 8 p.m. candlelight ceremony, it St. Paul's Lutheran church in Chambers Reverend Roten, pastor, offici ated at the double-ring rites. The bride, given in marriage by ler father, carried out the tradi tion of something old, new, bor rowed and blue and a penny in ler shoe. Her gown was white or janza over taffeta, featuring a ace bodice, long sleeves and low -.eckline embroidered with se quins. The full skirt had a lace canel front and the back ended in i chapel train. The veil had a Juliet effect obtained with a unique Mending of pleated illusion. The Chantilly lace was outlined with seed pearls and a pearl teardrop, rhe bride’s jewelry was a single strand pearl necklace, a gift from the bridegroom Her bouquet was a white satin fan with lace trim, svith a white sweetheart rose cor sage, with white and blue net and blue shower ribbons. The maid-of-honor, Miss Na Vonne Schmidt, Chambers, was dressed in a blue brocaded dacron sheath with a blue net over skirt Her bouquet was a large ring of steraphone with French carnations with satin and pink shower ribbon. J udy Thompson and Patty Grubb, candlelighters, were dress ed in blue dresses with pink wrist corsages. Donald Mikkleson, Chambers, was bestman. Wayne Peterson and Robert Sanderson, brothers of the bride and bridegroom, were ush ers. The bridegroom and bestmar were dressed ift dark suits with white carnation boutonnieres Both the bride's and bride groom’s mothers wore navy blue dresses with white accessories and white mum corsages. Following the ceremony a recep tion was held for 150 guests in the church basement. The tables were decorated with white lace table cloths, flowers and candles. The serving table was decorated with a four-tier wedding cake baked by the bride's mother and decor ated by Mrs. Ralph Rees, Amelia, and served by Mrs. Duke Reed Mrs Bernice Platt and Mrs. Peg gy Smith served cake and ice cream and Mrs. Fred Tucker and Mrs. Ola Ermer poured coffee and punch. Karen Farrier, Jeanette Urban and Joyce Mikkleson hac charge of the gifts and Karen Er mer presided at the guest book The servers were Elaine Walters Rose Ann Blake, Kay Tracy and Judy Smith. Many out-of-town guests wen present. After a short wedding trip tc South Dakota the couple will bf at home at Chambers, where Mr Sanderson is employed by Everet Wintermote. For traveling the bride chose i pink brocaded sheath with whitt accessories. O'Neill Locals Mr and Mrs. George Hector, M lrysville. Wash, have arrived it tl>e home of Mr and Mrs D C Schaffer to spend a month's vaea vn Mrs Rector and Mrs. Schaffer are sisters. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wheeler and daughter and Mr. and Mrs Ed ward Kirkpatrick were at For Randall on July *1 Mr and Mrs. Richard Hovey and Hob an.i Mr and Miss Nobert Clark spent Saturday in Stuart While there they visited at the home of Mr Hovey's parents. Mr. and Mrs Harrison Hovey. Elizabeth Schaffer, daughter of Mr and Mrs I). C Schaffer, was in Kearney during the weekend. She returned home with a friend Wednesday. The Donald Fullertons, Inglewood, Calif. The couple were mar ried June 20 in California. The bridegroom was formerly of Amelia. k k • I r' I I . hrtHairmAm mibb v-druiyn ouiwdnui Marries Don Fullerton Miss Carolyn Janet Schwandt was married June 20 In the Meth odist church in Lancaster, Calif, to Donald Martin Fullerton. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Schwandt of Lan caster and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. George Fuller ton of Amelia. Performing the double ring rites before a bower of white gladioli and carnations in altar baskets and arrangements and white ta pers flickering in seven branched candefbra, was the bridegroom’s uncle, the Rev. Clinton Swengel of Yuma, Ariz. Marking the pews of the white covered center aisle were pillars adorned with smaller arrange ments of the white carnations. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in a white satin princess creation wth three quarter sleeves and a skirt made bouflant by the addition of a hoop. The scooped neckline was edged in heavy Alencon lace which was repeated in appliqued panels, front and back. The skirt ended in a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was held by an alencon lace coronet and she carried a bouquet of white cymbidium orchids laid on a white prayer book Mrs. John Urrea was her sister’s matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Bill Wan amaker, Miss Sally Dunbar and Miss Phyllis Fullerton, sister of Miss Sandra McMillen, cousin of the bridegroom was flower girl. Lighting the candles were Miss Ann Markham anil Miss Elaine Spath, another cousin of the bride groom Serving as hestman was Rollie Bitterman of Barstow and seating the guests were Ramon V. Swan son, Eugene R Dusablon and Er ick Knoppawaki, fraternity bro thers of the bridegroom. Playing traditional background music as well as the wedding mar ches was organist Barbara Ball ard. She also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Alma Bertrand Following the ceremony a recep tion was held in Exposition Hall at the Fairgrounds. More than 900 guests attended. The new Mrs. Fullerton received her early schooling in Lancaster and holds a national office in the Order of Rainbow girls. She is currently majoring in education at the University of Southern Calif ornia. Mr Fullerton is an aeronautical engineering student at the Ingle wood Northrop Engineering College and is employed at the school part time He will graduate in Octo l>er. For their wedding trip the cou ple journeyed to Nebraska to visit more of his relatives. They are at home at 916 South Oak St. Ingle wood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. George Fullerton and Phyllis, parents aral sister of the bridegroom, Amelia; and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Grossnicklaus and daughter, Linda, and Karen, Bar tlett, attended the wedding. MRS. CLAYTON BIJROE I Clayton Burge, Amelia Weds Missouri Girl Mr and Mrs. Henry Freeland, Carthage, Mo., announce the mar riage of their daughter, Lewellyn to Clayton Burge, Amelia. The couple were united in mar riage June 30th at 8 p.m. at the High Hill Union Church, Carthage. The bride’s brother, Rev. Eldon Freeland, pastor of the Methodist Church in Ozark, Ark., read the marriage vows. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and her mother played the wedding march. She wore a white, lace trimmed street length dress with white accessor ies and carried a bouquet of pink oaby roses on a white Bible. Shirley Freeland was her sisters maid of honor and Herbert Hoover was best man. Miss Freeland wore a powder blue nylon dress with white accessories and carried pink carnations. Bill L«wn was usher. Mrs Woody Southard and Mrs. Herbert Hoover sang “Whither Thou Go est", with Juanita Hoover as ac companist. A reception was held in the church basement immediately fol lowing the wedding. The wedding cake. “The Stairway to Happi ness”, was baked by Mrs. Eldon Freeland and Mrs. Wilbur Hill and was brought from Ozark. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Burge will be at home near Amelia after July 30.