The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, August 13, 1959, Image 10
.Mr*. I.conard Brown, nee Miss I Minnie l.angan. The wedding was held August 10 at St. Patrick’* Catholic church In O'Neill. O'Neill Photo Co. Photo, The Frontier Engraving. STARTS MONDaTaUGUST 17 REXALL’S BIG X VALUES X Marks the spot where savings are found Many, Many items offered at bargain prices during this big event! Come in and see these specials marked with a Big, Red X! Hair Care Savings Hih|ue Castile Shampoo Treat your hair to the finest— a real soap shampoo with gentle castile. Now' save over half. Full Pint Regular S1.39 — just 09c Brlte Set Hair Spray No dulling film. Hair sets right, stays bright. 11-oz. 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Robert Duffy officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride, escorted to the altar 1 by her father, wore a floor length gown of white French imported lace and ns Ion tulle over hoops. The basque bodice featured a touch of illusion at the neckline, a scalloped wingtipped collar and long sleeves that tapered to bridal points at the wrists. The bouffant skirt was styled with flounces of nylon tulle, trimmed with gathered bands of handelipped lace and was worn over a slip of fine satin. She carried a colonial bouquet. Mrs. Barney Poss, Omaha, mat ron-of-honor, was gowned in a bal lerina length dress of dior blue crystalline over satin A scalloped hemline was formed by tucking up of the skirt at intervals with tiny bows of satin. She wore a match ing crown of blue with seed pearls and a short veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink feathered carnations. Dale Wood, Cham Iris, was the bestman, Mike Langan, brother of the bride, O'Neill, and Bernard l Grimes, Chambers, were ushers. Miss Sharlene Shoemaker, or ganist accompanied Miss Sharon Murray, who sang "Mother Belov led” and "On This Day”. Following the ceremony a din ner was given at 11:30 and recep tion was held from two until four at the Town House. A three tier white wedding cake decorated with white liells and blue roses was cut and served by Bethyl I Daniels and Charlene Boyle. Irene Brow'n presided at the guest book, Joanne Lanssvorth and LaDonna McNulty had charge of the gifts, Mary Janice Remter poured the punch and Mrs. Jerry Cuddy poured coffee. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in O'Neill, where Mr. brown is employed as a meat cutter at Safeway Stores. Mrs. Brown is employed by North western Bell Telephone Company as an operator. For traveling the bride chose a black sheath dress with white ac cessories. The bride attended St. Mary's Academy in O'Neill and the bride groom attended Chambers high school. O'Neill Locals Don Hopkins and his family of Anaheim, Calif., are here this week with his mother, Mrs. Iva Hopkins. The Hopkins children. Donna Lee, Linda and Susan vis ited Monday at the Dale Perry home. Eighty members of the Worth family attended a family reunion at the C. E. Worth home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Petsche and children were in Randolph the first of the week with his parents. The Roy Worth family of Omaha spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lindberg, and are staying this week with his parents, the C. E. Worths. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Phllbriek of Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris of Rapid City, S.I)., and the Dwayne and Dwight Phil brick families were at Fort Randall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wichman were dinner guests Sunday in Nor folk at the R. O. Bernhardt home. Meeting them there were their two children, Mike and Joan, who have I been in Wakefield with Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Leonard and in Winside with Mr. and Mrs. John Lettmann for two weeks. John Shoemaker of Omaha came Sunday to spend a week with his parents. His family will join him later in the week. 6:70x15 nylon tire, lifetime guar an tee, only $16.93 exchange _ Scovle's Western Auto, O'Neill. 13-17c Here for a few day s visit at the L. A. Burgess home are her sisters Mrs. R. W. Johnson and daughter Diane of Hyannis and Mrs. W. H. Fowler A Enid, Okla.. and Mrs. Fowler's daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Thomas of Houston, Tex. .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sundull of ■ Wakefield were guests Sunday at the George Robertson and Sam Robertson homes. .Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Phil brick visited last week at the D. J. Tielke home in Atkinson. Marine Pfc. Lyndle Collins on have trom Camp Lejeune N.C., Roger Troiano and Carl Collins of i.Lnmngton, N.Y.. came Saturday for a family reunion and returned to their home in Huntington with Mrs. Lois Collins and two younger children who have been visiting here several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rohde of Los Angeles, Calif., were here last week at the homes of his parents, the R. J. Rohdes, and his brothers Bernard and Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Reynoldson returned Saturday from a week s vacation in the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stahleeker and family of Wood. S.D., visited Sunday evening at the Paul Shierk home. Tlw. fwmrirn 111 111 lllulllls |«>tt Wednesday lor a two week va cation in Park Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broderson of Anoka, Minn., the Vigo Christen sens and the Veldon Pinker mans were Sunday evening supper guests at the Reg Pikerman home. Mrs. Ben Oetter of Omaha was at the Roy Parkers several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hamilton and son, Terry, of Jacksonville, Tex., were Wednesday to Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bink erd. The men are service buddies. Their wives are from England. Mrs. Fred Farrer of Albion, who has been visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Fred Robertson, the past several weeks returned to her home August 6. Mrs. Robert son accompanied her and visited several days returning home Mon day. Nonnie Zastrow, son of Mr. and Mi's. Louis Zastrow visited from Thursday until Sunday at the country home of Miss Vi Graham. A picnic supper was held in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. William Claussen honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Henry Benze and daughter Mary Helen. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Yusten, Mr. and Mrs. William Claussen, Mary Lewis, Emily Pusatko and Mrs. Henry Benze and family. Amelia News By Florence Lindsey Mrs. John Luben, Carolyn and Billie of Crawford, were supper guests Monday evening, August 3, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Fullerton. Don Adams and Lonnie Sparks returned Friday evening from a few days sightseeing in the Black Hills. . . Paul Johnston of Fremont is in the hospital there suffering with sinus trouble. He is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Dunk Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Darlington and son, Allan, and Mrs. Darling ton’s daughters, Alice. Wanda and Elinore Fullerton of Upton, Wyo., visited the George and Harold Fullerton families last week. The girls are daughters of Ihe late Homer Fullerton, a brother to George and Harold Fullerton. Floyd Adams went to Creighton Thursday and stayed a few days for medical treatment. Mr. ami Mrs. Clyde Widman and Marcia were weekend visitors at Rapid City, S.D. The Woman’s Society of Christ ian Service met Wednesday, Aug. Bargains on our Street Table ANNUAL BARGAIN DAYS START TODAY TOO!! SCOVIE’S WESTERN AUTO STORE... O’Neill A. P. JASZKOWIAK "■ . ———— | 8. at the home of Mrs Bertha Sammons. Fourteen members an swered roll call by telling "Some thing we have accomplished dur ing the past years". Mrs. Dick Doolittle led the worship service. Mrs. Blake Ott presented the final lesson on "The Far East". Mrs. Alice Prewitt and Mrs. Vern Sageser served the lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Dunk Peterson and son. Don, went to Fremont Friday to visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnston and family. lx>n went from Fremont to Ft. Knox. Ky., for two weeks in active army re serve training. Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Nissen of Lincoln visited from Monday un til Friday with his sister and bro ther-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I Pierce. They went to Cheyenne. ] Wyo., Friday to visit Mrs. Nis-! sen's brother and family. Pete Frahm spent a few days | the early part of last week visit- i ing at Pilger and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Slaymak ’r 1 and boys left the first part of the week on a vacation trip to Calif ornia. They will visit Mrs. Slay maker's brother, Larry Kennedy and family, and also with Mr. Slaymaker's sister and brother-in law. Mrs. Margie Cabbage, and other relatives. Mrs. Gloria Landrum of Atkin son is on vacation from Dr. Ram say's office, and with her daugh ter, Sally, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Ott. Mrs. Eva Backhaus and Caroline of Atkinson were down to their house in Amelia Thursday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Winings and children called there that eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. ienus Madsen | have been entertaining their little granddaughter, Sharon Collier, and also their nieces. Roxanne and Carol Brown of Norfolk, the past week. Mrs. Brown and a friend came Thursday to get the girls. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Backhaus vis ited her brother, William Vrooman and family, near Orchard Sunday. Mrs. Gene Thompson and son, Ronnie, Mrs. George Fullerton and Phillis went to Omaha the latter part of the week. Ronnie received a medical checkup. Rev. Edward Skudler and two daughters visited at Glenn Whites August 5. Edward, a former Amel ia boy, and his wife and family, are missionaries in Japan. The Skudlers have six daughters, in cluding a set of triplets, Margaret, Margie and Muriel, the others Na omi, Jean and Pauline. Mr. and Mrs. Glen White, Myr tle and Venita, H. S. White, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher and Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burge, R b ert, Joyce and Bruce went to An sley Sunday to attend a Sunday school convention. Mrs. Glen White, Myrtle and Venita, and Robert Burge went to Omaha Monday of last week and visited over night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nielsen and Rodney Paul. Miss Edith Pokorny of Lincoln is visiting her mother, Mrs. Helen Pokorny and brother, Don. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce were Burnell callers Friday. Misses Barbara Waldo of Den wammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmk———h*«.i m « ii—b^t mmmmmmm ■»■■■■——bbb3b—*timw— O'NEILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS WELCOME YOU Opens Tuesday, Sept. 2nd High School and Grade Registration 9 a.m. W‘ ' L ver, Cok), Connie Werner of Chambers, and Darla Waldo visit ed their grandparents. Mr, ami Mrs. B. \V. Waldo, from Thursday until Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Vem Sageser, Mr. and Mrs. Link Sageser, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wchland wore din- ■ ner guests Sunday at Mrs. Edith Andersen's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank P.eree took Mrs. Lindsey and Florence to Nor folk Sunday where they met Mrs. P. L. Strenger and Mr. and Mrs. Marian Strenger of Qmatyt. Mrs. Lindsey accompanied the Strong- , ers back to Omaha for a few weeks visit, Mr. and Mrs. Vem Sageser at- I tended a 4-11 club meeting at Vern on Thompson's on Friday evening. The club members showed their i calves. Dean Garwood judged the ! calces and gave them some point 1 ers on showmanship. The girls modeled the dresses I which they had made. Everyone enjoyed a wiener | roast af*er the meeting. Mr. * Mrs. Dan Lewis of i Glenu, riz.. visited last week- , end c 'r grandparents. Mr. 1 and J iiliam Fryrear. Mrs. Lecvis l. • former Gletha Bon neherger. i hey have purchased a modern home in Glendale, a suburb of Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. John Ceams spent Sunday with his brother. Ray Ceams and family, at Atkinson. Miss Edith Grimes visited Ph!l lis Fullerton Sunday. Pfc. Dale Doolittle left Monday evening, Aug. 10, for Ft. Sill. Okla., after three weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Doo little. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Doolittle and Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Adair. Jerry and Diane, and Mr. and FRI.-SAT. AUG. 14-15 Double Bill 'Guns, Girls & Gangsters' With Mamie Van Doren, Gerald Moore "Riot In Juvenile Prison" With Jerome Thor, Marcia Henderson Cartoon SUN.-MON.-TU ES. AUG. 16 17-1S Gregory Peck and Harry Guardino in "Pork Chop Hill" In Color Plus Donald Duck Cartoon WED.-THURS. FRI.-SAT. "The Ten Commandments" In Color With Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner, Ann Baxter and Edward G. Robinson One Show Each Night Starting at 8:15 p.m. Adm. 90c -Children under 12 Free Mr.'. Ed::ar Peterson were Sunday jven.ng supper guests of the Art IXxiIittlcs. Mr. and Mrs Guy Blake, Res ume and Lorn, called at Dunk Petersons Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. ILer.ie Fr.thm us l family visited with the Paul Uiiggs family near Rose Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Law Backhaus, Sir. and Mrs. Howard Berry, Mr. tnd Mrs. Earnie Johnston anti , hard Wehland wen Sunday \ening callers at Vcraon Berry's. Asa Watsons visited at Blake Jtfs Sunday. WARRANTY DEEDS WL> Victoria Abdu Salem to Jim Salem ami wife 7-27-59. $1750 part of SE^SEU Sec. 19-26-12. WI> James Matthews, et. al, to State of Nebraska 9-12 57, $tAd 50 part of E'sNK^ 1-30-12 ami part of NWk,N\Vi« 7-30-11. WD John Nn wobner to Eugene A. Hoerle amt wife 5-29-56. $5230 Lots 1, 2 and 3 and NEK.NWd Sec. 19-25-12. \V1> George K. McGinnts to Arthur L. Hiatt 6-23-39, $13,400 \\ 4NEG N\Vl4 NGS\V>4 23 and SliSWl4 14-26-14. \vn Ray V. Carlisle to Claude A. Hamilton and vv.fe 5-8-59. $6000 Part Ixits 1, 2 and 3. Hlk West orn Town Lot Co 1st Add Stuart. \V1> LuVern Van Conet. et al to Keith V and Jo\ Ellen Kenned> 7-24-59, $ 12.1*00 K‘*jE4 24-29-10 i \V1> la'slie O. Johnson ami l^ura H. Wyant 8-5-59, $17)00 to J. p Slunner Pt, NW'i 19-2S-10. AT O'Neill STYLE SHOP No Returns!! We've had them Long Enough!! One Rack A few childrens DRESSES and SKIRTS DRESSES $900 at Reduced Prices JEWELRY One Rack ^ DRESSES SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES and STINKERS $100 - $200 at Bargain Prices others grea,|y reduced O'Neill STYLE SHOP l.eonn Hynes Mrs. M. A. Schelkopf • COLLEGE PREPARATORY For those students who expect to attend college or a university, we offer a full curriculum which is accepted in any college or university in the United States French will be included in the curriculum and advanced math, courses are also offered. • COMMERCIAL Full commercial course including two years of typing, two years of shorthand, bookkeeping and office practice. •; • HOME ECONOMICS Three-year program in one of the best equipped home economics departments in the state. • DRIVER EDUCATION Featuring a complete driver education course with expert instruction and taught every other year. » GENERAL COURSE I Suited to students who are not enrolled in the above mentioned courses. 1 > VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE I We have a modem shop and all the finest facilities for training. Our Future farmers traditionally are among the best competitors in this section. > ATHLETICS Two well-trained, experienced coaches handle intra-mural and inter-school athletic program, including football, basketball and track. Also volleyball for girls and a junior high athletic program. A physical education course is offer ed both boys and girls. ► FINE ARTS We offer a full course in dramatics. Remedial speech training is available in both the high school and the lower grades. Both instrumental and vocal music is offered throughout the school. ► LIBRARY Our library facilities will accommodate 60 students at a time.