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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1959)
Mrs. Steven Lloyd Buckner, nee Miss Sheryl Dea Weber, Denver,
Colo . formerly of Page. The ceremony was held July 17 in the
Emmanuel Methodist church in Denver, Colo.
Miss Sheryl Weber
Weds In Denver
Sheryl I)ea Weber, daughter of
Mr and Mrs. Esmond Weber of
Denver, Colo , formerly of Page,
tnd Steven Lloyd Buckner, son
if Mr and Mrs. Loren C. Buck
ner, Loveland, Colo., were married
in a double ring ceremony, Fri
day, July 17. at 7:30 p.m. in the
Emmanual Methodist church in
The Rev. Kenneth C. Rice, offi
Baskets of yellow and white gla
dioli and two seven branch can
delbra graced the altar. Mr. and
Saturday, July 25
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] Mrs. I^ewis Copple, cousins of the
I bride, sang "Because” and "The
, Lord's Prayer”.
The bride, given in marriage by
! her father, made her appearance
j in a gown of crystalette with a
lace scoop neck embroidered with
l>earls and wrist length sieves. The
chapel train was accented with a
lace panel caught at the waist
with a large now’. The finger-tip
veil edged in Chantilly lare was
held in plade by a pearl tiara The
bride's only jewelry was a soli
tare cultured pearl necklace, gift
of the bridegroom
She carried a bouquet of white
roses and stephanotis clipped to
a white Bible and a handkerchief
which her grandmother Weber had
carried at her wedding.
Mrs. Norman Eno, was matron
of-honor The bridesmaids were
Suzanne Breakey and Janet Web
er. All were dressed in pale yellow
silk organza with houffan sleeves
and full skirts, yellow clip hats
and white accessories and carried
yellow nosegay bouquets.
Richard Buckner, brother of the
bridegroom was bestman and Don
ald Churchwrell and James Bum
hardt, all of Loveland, were
groomsmen. The ushers were Nor
man Eno and Pete Row of Den
ver and Neal Buckner of Love
land. All wore white dinner jackets
with yellow carnation boutonnieres.
The bridegroom's boutonniere
was of white stephanoitis.
The mother of the bride wore
a dress of pink sheer trimmed in
lace with white accessories while
the bridegroom's mother wore a
beige taffeta print. Their corsages
were fashioned of pink roses. Mrs.
Anton Nissen and Mrs. A. O We
ber, grandmothers of the bride
and Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Buck
ner, grandmothers of the bride
groom, all wore dark sheers with
pink carnation corsages.
The two grandfathers Mr. An
ton Nissen and Mr. Lloyd wore
dark suits and white carnation
boutonnieres. A reception was held
in the church social hall follow
SATURDAY, JULY 25
Sale Starts at 1:00 P.M.
LOCATION: '18 E. Benton—2 blocks north and 2l/a blocks east of
the Safe wav Store or SVa blocks east of St. Patrick’# church.
Red platform rocker
! Oak desk, buffet style
Chest of drawers
1 Treadle sewing mach.
2 chrome chairs
New chrome kitchen
table with leaf
; Hoover vacuum dean
er with attachments
Norge bottle gas stove
Dining room set, 8
chairs and buffet
Kitchen table with 6
Hall clothes tree
2 medicine cabinets
2 gun racks
7 good chairs, 1 table
Cedar chest !
2 library tables
Round coffee table,
Other items too num
erous to mention
IT. JOE BIGLIN> Owner
I Sale Conducted by Ed Thorin Auction Service
I OOL. ED THOBIN, Auctioneer and Real Rotate Broker
A reception was held in _the church
I social hall following the'ceremony
for 150 guests.
The serving table was centered
with a 4-tier wedding cake decor
ated w ith yellow wedding bells and
roses surrounded with greenery
and yellow daisies. Mrs. Ruth
Harmon anti Mrs Edna Laursen,
friends of the bride, assisted with
the cake and at the punch bowl.
Miss Ann Lloyd, cousin of the
bridegroom was in charge of the
guest book and Donna Serafini
took care of the gifts.
After a short wedding trip to
Estes Park, the couple will live
in Loveland until Sept. 1, at which
time they will return to Western
iState College at Gunnison, Colo.,
where both attended college last
O'Neill area guests included
Mrs A. O. Weber, Mr. and Mrs.
Anton Nissen, Mrs. Richard Trow
bridge and children, Mr. and Mrs
Elmer Trowbridge, Mrs. Harold
Freemyer and Susan, all of Page;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eby, O
! Neill, and Mr. and Mrs Lewis
Copple and children of Norfolk.
By Florence Lindsey
Mrs. Elmer Fix, accompanied
by her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Slaymaker,
Donald and Rickie of Atkinson and
Miss Sheila Fix of Scottsbluff
went to Bird City, Kans., over Sat
urday and Sunday to attend a re
union of Mrs. Fix's family.
Present were the mother, Mrs.
Mary Sawyer; sister, Mrs. Earl
Ward; brothers, Claude Saw'yer of
Victorville, Calif., and Clyde of
Humphrey, and their families, also
many other relatives.
Janice and Cheryl Barnes oi
Scottsbluff are visiting their aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Adams and cousin, Don. Janice
had been attending the youth camp
near Atkinson the previous week
and Cheryl visited her grand
mother, Mrs. Iva Hopkins in O'
Everett Stewart of Inman is
helping the Svatos in the hay field.
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lit” V isiiru UVCl uuiutuu;
and Sunday with his brother, Mar
vin, at the R. E. Bly home. They
fished at Willow Lake Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blake Ott and
Mrs. Floyd Adams were business
callers in Grand Island Friday.
Duane Sammons is helping hay
at Edgar Jungman’s.
Mrs. Lloyd Waldo, Roger, Darla,
Debra, Larry and Bruce went to
Omaha Thursday and visited her
sisters. Mrs. Ed. Vescio and Mrs.
Harold Sinclair and their families
for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmitt and
family left Friday evening for
their home in Des Moines, la., after
a week's visit with her mother,
Mrs. Gertie Adair and other rela
Friends received word from Mrs.
Ralph Rees, who with Mr. Rees
have been visiting their son, Bob
Rees and family in Denver, Colo.,
stating that she was feeling better
and had been through the clinic.
Mr. Rees was planning to do some
trout fishing in the mountains be
fore returning home.
A 30 month battery—$10.88 ex
change.—Scovie's Western Auto,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Pierce and
Mrs. B. W. Waldo were shopping
in O'Neill Thursday.
Svatos’ are haying for Frank
Pierce. . ..
Joe Stoecker went to Ainsworth
Sunday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schmitt, Sara
Margie and William jr, and Mrs.
Gertie Adair were dinner guests
Friday at the Ralph Adair’s.
S. C. Barnett, who recently sub
mitted to major surgery is conval
escing very well and was able to
walk to the postoffice Friday for
the first time since coming home.
Lois Sladek returned home last
weekend from a visit with rela
tives near O'Neill. Her sister, La
Vonne spent the following week
there . .
A nice crowd attended the ice
] cream social at the church annex
I July 15, however we were not able
to find the amount of proceeds
We received a ver> nice rain
Thursdav which totaled about one
! inch. We needed the moisture very
1 much for gardens and crops.
Miss Vicki Doolittle stayed with
| Mrs Gegjie Adair and played with
the little Schmitt girls, Sara and
Margie, while their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Bill Schmitt visited over
a day at Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Verland Barber
Barbara. Bonice and Beverly of
Platte Center visited Sunday with
Mr. Barber's aunt, Mrs Emma
Lindsey and cousin. Florence.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burge and
family visited Mr. and Mrs. S C
Barnett Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gilman, Mr.
and Mrs Dunk Peterson. Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Doolittle. Mr and Mrs.
George Fullerton and Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Ninham attended the
dog races in Sioux City, la.. Sun
Mrs. Gertie Adair was a supper
guest Sunday evening with Mrs.
Mrs. Gladys Moore of Spring
field. 111., came Saturday e\enirg
to visit her sisters. Mi's. Art
little and Mrs Edgar Petei'son.
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Adams and
son, Don. Janice and Cheryl
Barnes, and Misses Cleta and De
ni aris Murry and their father, Tom
Murray were fishing and picnick
ing at Spencer dam Sunday.
Mrs. Stella Sparks and Lonnie
went to Spencer Sunday afternoon
and later joined the Floyd Adams
family at Spencer dam for a pic
Rock Falls News
By Mrs. Floyd Joliison
Another week has all too soon
been chalked off the calendar.
The mouth of July is rapidly slip
ping away. Then comes August,
which is usually a hot, dry month,
but they call it the "month of
family reunions" and that is some
The Ronald Ray Reeds. The bride is the former Bonnie Burival,
O'Neill. The couple was married July 14 at St. Patrick's Catholic
church in O’Neill. O’Neill Photo Co. Photo.
Miss Bonnie Burival
Weds Ronald Reed
Miss Bonnie Beth Burival, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Conway, O’Neill, became the bride
of Ronald Ray Reed, Des Moines,
la., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ray
Reed of Orchard, at a 10 a m dou
ble ring ceremony July 14 at St.
Patrick’s Catholic church in O
Rev. Robert Duffy officiated.
Miss Sharon Murray sang "Ave
Maria”, "Panis Angelicus,” and
"Mother Beloved”, accompanied
at the organ by Miss Alvera
The bride, escorted to the altar
by her father, appeared in a full
length white organza gown with
chapel train. The bodice featured
a modified sabrina neckline with
a dropped waist forming bridal
points in front and back. The long
sleeves came to bridal points over
the wrists. Chantilly lace appli
ques embroidered with pearls were
on the bodice, skirt and sleeves
She carried two orchids on a sa
tin prayer book with ivy and sa
The maid-of-honor, Mrs. Lyle
Trease, Lincoln, sister of the bride
groom, and bridesmaids, Miss N
ina Burival, O’Neill, cousin of the
bride and Miss Eunice VanHom,
O'Neill, were dressed in larkspur
blue ballerina length gowns with
scooped necklines, short sleeves,
and Chantilly appliques at the
waist. They carried bouquets of
white carnations and blue dais
Flower girls, Kathy Sholes and
Hallie Myer, cousins of the bride,
wore pink dresses and carried
baskets of rose petals.
The ring bearer was Albert Con
way, cousin of the bride.
The bestman was Dennis Buri
val, brother of the pride. Grooms
men were Keith Schrader, Neligh
and John Harvey, Orchard, cou
sin of the bridegroom. Ushers
were Horace Sholes, Bob Burival
and Frank Reed.
The bridegroom and his atten
dants wore midnight blue suits
with white boutonnieres.
For her daughter’s wedding, the
bride’s mother chose a blue two
piece fitted dress with white ac
cessories. The bridegroom’s moth
er wore a cocoa brown two piece
fitted dress with white accessories.
They both wore carnation corsag
Following the ceremony, a din
ner and reception was held at
the K of C Hall in O’Neill
After a wedding trip to the
Black Hills the couple will be at
home at Des Moines, where Mr.
Reed is engineer at the Pittsburgh
Des Moines Steel Co.
For traveling the bride chose
a white and silver sheath with
white accessories. She wore an or
Mrs Reed attended St. Mary s
Academy and St Mary’s College
at Xavier, Kan.
Mr. Reed attended the Orchard
high school and the University of
i Nebraska .
Complete Sell Out of Household Goods
AT 213 NORTH 2ND ST., O'NEILL, NEBR.
One and one half blocks north of Eby’s Conoco Station
Saturday, August 1st -1:00 P.M.
5 Pc Chrome Dinette with leaf Several Chairs, Dishes, Fruit
* n , „„ Jars and other articles too
2-Bedroom Sets numerous to mention
Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner, G E Automatic Washer A
1 year old Dryer Combination (10
Morse Portable Sewing Ma- months old).
chine, like new RCA Victor Television, 21-ln.
Air Conditioner, water cooled screen, antenna and rotor.
used one season Hardwick Natural Gas Range,
24-inch Electric window fan Apartment stee, (3 years
Radio-Phonograph combination GM pwidaire Refrigerator,
(a1®*) 7 foot i
Utility Table 2-Plece Sectional
Library Table Platform Rocker
Hassock Dining Table wtlh Chairs and
Floor f srup Buffet
Fishing Rod Reel Dining Table, round
TERMS—CASH. No property to be moved until settled for
LELAND ANSON & KATHERINE THIELE
Wally O’OonneO, Anofc Ed. Murphy, Clerk
thing which many of us look for
ward to. Your reporter has two
>n the list and possibly throe. The
latter depending on certain family
plans Personally, I would much
rather make a special effort to
attend a family gathering, where
everyone is well and happy, than
to make the some effort to attend
a funeral, not that I don't believe
in paying our last respects to those
at the group who may have been
summoned by the grim reaper.
Mrs. Louis Brown, Terry and
Cindy enjoyed an evening cook
nn at the John Schultz home on
Friday at which they were served
barbecued chicken and potatoes
cooked on the coals.
Rita and Evan Steele accom- |
panied the Albert Widtfeldt fam
ily to the rodeo at the Gus Ober
mire place on Sunday afternoon.
Visiting at the Albert Widtfeldt
borne on July 5 were Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Leamon of Monowi. ac
companied by his sister. Mane
Schaller of Minneapolis, Minn.
Mrs. Louis Brown and children
,vere Thursday, July 16 afternoon
callers of the Albert Widtfeldt fam
Janice and Tommy Vequist visit
'd Russell and Craig Derickson on
Friday afternoon and spent Mon
lay afternoon with their grand
aa rents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ve
imst. They say they want to get
heir visiting done before scliool
darts. Of course thats only six
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Derickson
md children spent Sunday with
he Albert Derickson family.
Visiting Mrs. Kathryn Yantzi the
past week were her grandsons.
Joe, Mike and Gene. Little Deb
)ie came out Sunday to spend the
Mi's. John Turner of O’Neill was
in afternoon caller of Mrs. Kath
ryn Yantzi on July 15
Joe Grutsch finished combining
for Elvvin Grutsch on Saturday.
Mext job in line was the oatsfield
at the James and Ardell Curran
farm, so Joe did that on Sunday,
before pulling the machine home
LUi (Mllll liciua v/n ”“*w**ft
Helping at the Curran farm were
Elwin Grutsch and Francis Cur
ran. The latter's wife spent the
ilav with Mrs. Curran sr.
July 15 afternoon and overnight
guests of the Floyd Johnson family
were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marx of
Stockton, 111. Mr. Marx, a cattle
buyer, was returning from the An
derson ranch south of Valentine
where he purchases cattle every
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Seger and
children were Friday afternoon vis
itors at the Floyd Johnson home.
The Segers recently moved to O'
Neill from near Chicago.
The Lyle Vequist family were
Sunday evening visitors at the
Bernard Pongratz home.
Mr and Mrs. Freeman Arlx>
and Irma Sengleman of O’Neill
were Sunday afternoon callers at
the John Schultz home. Irma had
formerly been employed for many
years by the late Mrs. Wallace
Johnson on whose place the
Schultzs now live. The old house
still stands, unoccupied, back of
the new’ homesite.
Mrs. Floyd Johnson and Linda
were Saturday supper guests at
the Gordon Johnson home in O'
John Pinnt of Chadron spent a
day or two last week with his
daughter, Mrs. Gordon Johnson
and family. His younger daughter,
Dorothy makes her home with the
Johnsons while leaiming the beau
tician’s trade under her sister.
The Sam Derickson family vis
ited at the Ralph Morrow home
on Thursday evening, July 15.
Mr, and Mrs. Duane Sanders
and Dale and her father, Sid Fare
well, also Mr. and Mrs. Floyd San
ders and Melvin spent Sunday at
the Henry Vequist home.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kby and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs Anton
Nissen. Page, returned Sunday
evening from Denver, Colo, where
they attended the wedding on Fri
day of the Kby s niece and the
N i s s e n s granddaughter. Miss
Sheryl Weber, daughter of Mr
anil Mrs Esmond Weber of Den
ver, Colo., formerly of Page. _
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Oetter
and family, Omaha, were Satur
day afternoon visitors at the Bob
Erwin home. Sunday afternoon v is
itors at the Erwin home were Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Wilkinson and fam
ily of Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Park re
turned to their home in Gering Sun
day after spending the past week
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs
Leon Sargent and sister and broth
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Scott and other relatives and
friends. Dennis and Linda who
had been spending the past six
weeks in O'Neill with their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sar
gent, returned with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Brock Reynoldson
entertained as Sunday dinner
guests in their home, Mr. and
Mrs. Duane Green and family,
Albion. Mr. and Mrs Verne Rey
noldson and Mr. and Mrs. I>eigh
Kay Christensen is visiting at
the Reginald Pmkerman home
from Tuesday to the end of the
Guests at the Don Richardson
home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Richardson, Springview.
Dorreen, Marleen. ami Kathleen
Hansen. Denver, Colo., are spend
ing the summer with their grand*
I parents. Mr and Mrs George Hatv
Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Ijohaus,
Eilen and Jean, and Mrs. Mary
McLeod were in Omaha Saturday
ami Sunday v isiting Mr and Mrs.
John Raker and Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Chuck Tibbits returned home
with his mother, Mrs. Bud Tib
bits, after v isiting in the home of
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ace Watson. Amelia.
FRI.SAT JULY 24-2®
BIG DOUBLE BILL
Yvonne Lime, fitu-y Clark. Fay
"Drag Strip Riot"
Scott Marlowe—tJigl IVrreau In
"Cool and Craiy"
SUN.-MON. Tl FS. JULY 26 27-2*
Audry Hepbtiro, Anthony lVrktota
and laa* J. Cobb In
WED.-THUH. JULY 2* SO
Susan Hayward. Theodore Blckel
"I Want to Live"
THE SUM CIRCUS
1$ in Norfolk and It’s
Stop in at Any of the Merchants listed below
and Pick Up Your FREE TICKETS for Either Mon
day, July 27 or Tuesday, July 28.
Pinkerman TV Ben Franklin
A & M Shoe Store Biglins
Devoy Rexall Drug The Frontier
McIntosh Jewelry Emmet Grocery
Fred’s Green Arrow Bar Johnson Drug
First National Bank O’Neill Drug
O’Neill National Bank Marcellus Chevrolet
Spelts-Ray Lumber Co. Montgomery Hardware
Lohaus Motor Co. J. M. McDonald Co.
O’Neill Feed Store McCarvlIles
Harding Creamery American Gear Co.
Fourth Street Garage Ray Eby Conoco
Coast to Coast Store Sam’s Tavern
Florence Ponton O’Neill Grain
Sidles Co. M and M Bakery and Cafe
Merri Dr. Pepper O’Neill Style Shop
Rogers Produce Davidson Plumbing It Heating
Coyne Hardware Fetrow’s
Apparel Shop Ilamik Standard Station
D. C. Schaffer Holt County Independent
O’NEILL STYLE SHOP
JULY CLEARANCE SALE - STARTS JULY 23
We Must Make Room For Fall Merchandise
JUNIOR, MISSES, HALF SIZES
Were 24.98 - Now 14.98
Were 22.98 - Now 12.98
Were 18.98 - Now 10.98
Were 14.98 — Now 8.98
Were 12.98 — Now 7.98
Were 10.98 — Now 6.98
Were 10.98 — Now 6.98
Were 8.98 — Now 5.98
Were 5.98 — Now 3.98
(00 & (00
ALL SALES FINAL
Just a few left!
1200 & 1500
Were 2.98 to 5.98
Now 198 to 398
loo & 200
Were 3.98 to 7.98
Now 298 to 598
DRESSES & SKIRTS
300 & 500
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