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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 9, 1959)
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deermer. The bride was formerly Miss
Marjorie Dobias of Atkinson. The couple were married July 1 at
St. Joseph’s Catholic church in Atkinson. O’Neill Photo Co. Photo
Solemnized July 1
Blue and white majestic daisies
decorated the altar of St Joseph's
Catholic Church in Atkinson, July
1, for the Wedding of Miss Marjor
ie Dobias, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Dobias and Richard
Deermer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. Richard J. Parr, officiated
at the 9 a.m. nuptial mass and
double ring ceremony.
Servers at the mass were Micky
Wallinger* and Terry Gonderinger.
Margie Ries was the organist.
The bride, escorted to the altar
by her father, appeared in a waltz
length gown of embroidered nylon
tulle over net and satin. The fitted
ixxlice had a sahrina neckline and
was trimmed with sequins and
pea r 1 s featuring scalloped cap
sleeves. The deep point of the low
er Ixxlice dipped into a three tier
bouffant skirt. Her lace trimmed
nylon tulle fingertip veil was held
in place by a lace caplet trimmed
with pearls and rhinestones.
Her Ixmquet was pink sweet
heart roses and lily of the valley.
Miss Marian Deermer, sister of
tin- bridegroom, was maid-of-hon
or. The bridesmaids were Sharon
Arp and Dolores Tunender, cousin
of the bridegroom. They wore iden
tical dresses of blue taffeta with
white picture hats and shoos.
Their bouquets were of white car
Linda Deermer, sister of the
bridegroom, was flower girl. She
wore a white dress and carried
a basket of daisies and roses.
The bridegroom was attired in
a black suit with a rose boutonniere
from the brides bouquet. He was
attended by a cousin, Francis Tun
ender, Leonard Goldfuss, cousin
of the bride and Edgar Tunender,
cousin of the bridegroom. Ushers
were John Ramold, uncle of the
bridegroom, Ivan Kliment, uncle
of the bride and James Dobias,
jr„ brother of the bride. All wore
business suits and white carnation
The mothers of the bride and
bridegroom wore powder blue
drosses with white accessories.
Each wore a pink carnation cor
Following the ceremony, a din
ner was served at noon at the K.
A reception was new irom i mi
until 4:00, aiao at the K. C. Hall.
A dance was given in the evening
at the Crystal Ballroom.
The bride was a 1957 graduate
of the Atkinson high school. She
is working .part time at Smith's
elothing store at Atkinson.
The bridegroom is a 1956 gradu
ate from St. Joseph high school
and is employed at the Deermcr
Following a trip to the Western
states, the couple will be at home
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Burge,
Mrs . Bessie Burge, Harold and
June attended a picnic at Swan
Lake the 4th of July. .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burge and
family visited at the Bessie Burge
Mary Louise and Terry Jo
Marsh. Rockford. 111., are here
visiting for the summer at the
home of their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Marsh. They are
the daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Edith Young and Miss
Maude Rouse entertained o n
Thursday, July 2, in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Thomson, who
flew here from Gaston, Ore. Pre
sent were: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Riser, Raymond, Janice and Mari
lyn- Mrs. Milton McKathnie, Dar
rell and Kay; Mrs. Carrol Sum
merer, Larry and Diane: Mrs.
Blanche Rouse and son, Marvin;
Mrs. Ralph Young and Ed; Mrs
Bertha Hayden of Wiggins. Colo.;
Mr and Mrs. Walter Young and
Jake Long; Mrs. Myrtle Spangler;
Andrew Wettlaufer; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Walter and Norma Jean;
Mr. anti Mrs. Howard Rouse and
Mrs. Carrie Borg.
Recent house guests at
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Fiala
were Mrs. Edna Chandler of San
Diego, California and Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil J. Yelli and family of De
Sunday picnic diner guests at
the home of Mr. and Mi-s. Jo.in
Fiala and family were Mr. and
Mrs John Binkerd and family.
Guests at the Joe Contois home
"v rt ■ -
Sunday and Monday were fcis cou
sin arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Gol
den Adams of Layton, Utah.
Mrs. Jack Gruhn of Chicago,
Sister of Maynard Morrow , visited j
here the Fourth of July weekend
with Morrows and other relatives, j
lhe Casper Harleys of Stuart j
entertained Saturday for Mr. and j
Mr* John Brown of Lincoln, Mr. :
land Mrs. Bill Jutt of Chambers. ’
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Beckwith of j
Emmet, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Har- |
ley of Atkinson, Mr and Mrs. j
ii],un Garwood of Amelia. Mr. and
i Mrs. Richard McConnell of Atkin
son. Mr. and Mrs Bruce Fleming
of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Beckwith, also David Snyder of
San Diego, Calif.
Weekend guests at the H. G.
Kruse home Were her mother. Mrs.
j Anna Dahl, her sister, Pearl Dahl,
! and another sister and family, Mr.
; and Mrs. Albert Swanson all of
Sswea City, Iowa.
.or. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and
I. ii. and Mrs. Joe Dwyer and son,
Kevin, all of Denver, spent the
weekend with their uncle, John
Bob Hynes of Mineapolis spent
me w< euend in O'Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Berg and
family of Denver came last Wed
nesday to visit with her mother,
Mrs. William Biglin Mr. Berg
plans to leave Thursday and Mrs.
jBerg and the children will
stay tor a longer visit.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R Piero of
Norfolk and Mrs. Sidney Anderson
ct Elgin were Monday guests at
the Howard Manson home.
airs. Ray Baker returned last
thursday irom several day’s vis
it at Wymore.
Mr. ana Mrs. Frank Polacok re
sumed Monday from a week's trip
to Yellowstone National Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johnson of
Sioux Falls are here visiting far
a week with Mrs. Clara Johnson
and Mrs. Tess Protovinsky.
ice J. B. Sherbahns and James
Rooneys are in Big Pine, Minne
Former Page and Ewing residents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell
of Long Beach, Calif., were recently honored on their 50th wedding
Former Page Couple
Receive Honors at
On June 21. a reception was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Swanson. Long Beach, Calif., hon
oring Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell
on their 50th Wedding Anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Brownell (former
residents of Page and Orchard i |
were married at Ponca, June 16,
1909. They have one son. Ronald. I
of Paramount, Calif.; two daugh-1
ters: Mrs. Jerry (Eva) Lamason
of Page; and Mrs Donald (Fern)
Lautenschlager of Lakewood, Calif.
All were present to honor their
Mr. and Mrs. Brownell have 5
grandsons and 3 great grandchild
ren. Three of the grandsons were
also present—Lonnie Brownell,
Mary Lautenschlager and Mr. and ■
Mrs. Larry Lautenschlager of San
Leandro, Calif. Noel Lautenschla
ger. Sheppard Air Force Base,
Tex., and Capt. Jerry L. I^ama
son, Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville,
Ala., were, unable to attend.
Many friends and relatives came
to congratulate the couple during
the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Brown
ell received many gifts and cards.
A money tree containing $50 in
silver dollars was wrf\ppen in gold
paper and presented to the couple
by their children.
Mr. Petersen Dies
Finer Palm Petersen of Sioux
Citv. who was visiting his father
at Verdel on July 4, was stricken
with a heart attack and <Jied. Fun
eral services were held Monday
at the Niobrara Lutheran church
and interment was made there.
Double A Auctions — Market Report
Atkinson, Tuesday, July 7th, Report: Cattle receipts included
several consignments of choice fat cows and a good showing of
all other classes. Prices generally were fully $1.00 cwt. up on all
classes of butcher cattle with beef cows selling from $17.50 to
$19.00 with heiferettes on to $22.25 cwt. Cutters largely $16.00 to
$17.25. Canners $15 00 to $16.00; Bulls ranged from $19.75 to $23.00
: with the bulk of them from $22.00 to $23.00. Packer order buyers
were hungry for them and frequently paid within 50c cwt of
river markets days top. Weighing conditions were very favor
able for the sellers in many cases well worth $1 50 to $2.00 cwt.
Some Angus fall calves, from Rock county weighing 500 lbs. sold
for $35.00 with the heifer mates at $30.80 and weighing more than
the steers. The demand was broad and several hundred head
could have sold. Cows with calves at side sold up to $251.00 per
pair with some Breeding cows to calve this fall at $217 00 per hd.
Send your next consignment to Atkinson—Always a Good Sale—
AND REMEMBER YOU'LL FIND MORE DOLLARS IN YOUR
FOLD WHEN THEY’RE LOCALLY SOLD !
NEXT SPECIAL AUCTION AUGUST 4th—
We re Taking listings now—don't be late—let us properly
advertise your consignments.
For further information Call 5141 Daytime or 63W Evenings
ATKINSON LIVESTOCK MARKET
sot a. on vacation.
Patrick and Michael Maxon of
Car>, Illinois are guests -at the
Ed Gleeson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker were
in Yuma, Colorado, for the week
end on business.
Peter Shelton of St. Louis, Mis
souri, is here to spend part of the
summer with his grandmother,
Mrs Johnny Melvin.
Mr. and Mrs. Dermot Erington
sr of Burwell were weekend guests
at the Dermot Erington jr home.
Mrs Larry Kirwan of Sun Val
ley, Calif.. Mrs. Ron Borg and
boys of Colton, Calif , Mr. and
Mrs. Dwayne Borg of Seattle.
Wash, and Mr. and Mrs. Axel Borg
were visitors in the E. E. Gasfairi
home in the past week
Mrs. Richard Perry and boys
boys of Fremont spent Monday
afternoon with Mrs. E. E. Gaskili.
Edward McCarthy and sister.
Beverly returned to Omaha Mon
day after spending a week visit
ing their family and attending the
wedding of their sister, Bartiara.
Mr. and Mrs Bernard F. Pruss
spent Sunday night m O'Neill on
me if return from Wark Hills
enroute to Omaha
Kathryn A. McCarthy spent
Tuesday in Norfolk visiting friends.
Robert Allen, Omaha, arrived
j Thursday to spend the holiday
i weekend with his mother, Mary
j iHisatKo and other relatives.
Sadie. Frank and Caroline Ken
nedy returned to Omaha on Wed- j
nesday July 1, after being called \
here on account of the sickness i
and death of their brother, John j
Kennedy. They are cousins of j
Mrs. Edna Coyne and were guest
at her horn?.
Air. and Mrs. Bill Kubichek and
David returned to their home at
■Casper, Wyo., after spending the
wvtKond here with his mother,
Mi's. Susan Kubichek, and family.
Mrs. Jack Haggerty, who has been
ic 'o for several weeks returned
to her home at Casper w ith them
Mrs. Haggerty is a sister of M
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bulge Came
Friday, July 3rd. They were mar
ried on Tuesday evening. June
30th at Carthage, Mo. They visited
at the Dean Burge home in Omaha
They will live on a farm near
Mr. and Mi's. Robert Ott of Las
Vegas, Nevada arrived Saturday
to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
L. A Ott. Their daughter. Kathy,
who has been visiting her grand
parents for the past five weeks
returned home with them
Pete, Jaek and Mame Burke
and Margaret Obart returned to
Fremont Tuesday. June 30 after
attending the fnuerat of John Ken
Mr and Mrs. Kenny Wilson of
Seward w e r e Monday evening
guests of Mr and Mrs. Edwin
John J. Harrington spent the
Fourth of July weekend at home
He and Mrs. Harrington visited
in Casper, Wyo , with her sister.
Mrs Paul Combs and other rela
tives. Mrs. Harrington took him
to Omaha on Sunday from where
he left for Chicago. Mrs. Hairing
1 ton remained in Omaha to visi
her son-in-law ami daughter. Mi
ami Mrs. Jot* Ftaber and family
Mrs. Mark Muff and daughter,
Carolyn returned Friday from Ful
lerton, Penn , where they hail
spent the past three weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swereheck
Mrs. Swereheck is Mrs. Muff *
Mr. and Mrs. Russ Borg of Win
ter Park, Florida arrived in O'
Neill last Wednesday to spend
their vacation with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gaskill and
Mr and Mrs Axel Borg. Thursday
the following day Russ had to un
dergo an emergency appendicitis
operation. He was dismissed Mon
day from the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Mc
Carthy. daughters, Beverly and
Ly nn and sons, Edward and James
spent Thursday in Long Pine vis
TOO I .ATE TO ( I .ANSI I A
FOR SALE: AlLs Chalmers Com
bine with pickup. Good condi
tion. — P. V. Hickey ll-12c
State \s. Clarence J. MeClurfi,
Central City Nehr., overweight on
capacity olate, fined $10 and $5.
! costs; officer R. L. Gude. July 3.
State \ s William L Putnam,
O'Neill, over crowding driver’s
seat, $25. and $4, costs; WiUiain
Griffin. July 3.
State vs. Heal Kernin Ikjtionl,
driver for Consolidated hreight
ways, Madison. Nehr., no recipro
city, fined $10 and $4. costs, of
ficer Clifford L. Kizzue, July b.
State vs. Laveme E, Claussen.
Atkinson, driving while under the
influence «»f alcoholic liquor, fined
$HK) and $4 costs; and operator's
license revoked for 6 months; of
ificor E, M Hastreiter. July fi
Stale \s Harry Bennett, Bassett.
: overweight on capacity plate
[fined $10 and $4 costs; officer
Clifford L Kizzire.
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