Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1959)
Mrs. Jack Carney, formerly Miss Margaret O’Boyle. The wed
ding took place August 1 at St. Plus X church in Omaha.
Jack Carney is Wed
To Margaret O'Boyle
Miss Margaret O-Boyle, d tugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. O-Boyle
of Omaha became the bride of
Jack Carney, son of Leo Carney,
O'Neill on August 1, at St. Pius X
church in Omaha. The Rev. T.
Escorted to the altar by her
father, the bride wore a gown of
Chantilly lace over ruffled net. Ir
idescent beads surrounded the
neckline. Her bouquet was a cas
cade of white mums.
Serving her sister as matron of
honor was Mrs. C. M Evans, Kan
sas City, Mo. Bridesmaids were
Miss Michaela O-Boyle, sister of
the bride and Miss Delores Brown.
The bride's attendants wore
white embroidered sheath dresses
with an overskirt of shaded laven
der. They carried notegays of lav
John Halbur was best m-.n. Ush
ers were Joe Uhl. Jess Wills, Pat
Hickey, Bob Beckenhauer and
Kathie Evans, Kansas City, Mo.,
niece of the bride, was flower
girl. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. O'P.oyle
A reception and breakfast was
held at the home of the bride's
parents in Omaha. The couple
planned a wedding trip to Colora
do. For her going away dress, the
bride chose a blue and white
checked summer suit with blue
Mrs Carney is a graduate of
Holy Name Academy and Creigh
The couple will be at home at
1624 N. 33rd St. in Omaha.
Mr. and Mr*. Richard Klinger. The bride Is the former Markita
Hendricka. They were married August 5 at the Wesleyan Methodist
church at Atkinson.—Photo by O’Neill Photo Oo.
Exchanged in Atkinson
Markita LaRae Hendricks, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hen
anri Richard Klineer. son
lace dresses. Both wore yellow
A reception for 200 guests fol
lowed in the church parlors. Mrs.
Leon Hendricks cut the pink and
white four tier cake which was
baked by Mrs. Paul Nelson. O'
.hisses Sharon and Janet Hung
er and Mrs. Charlotte Huston
Hue in charge of the gifts. San
dra Klinger presided at the guest
h \ 1C.
Pouring was Mrs. B.’l Vaughn
.d Mrs Walter Miller serxed
, tneh. Classmates of the bride as
ted with the serving. .1 St r.
. u, i.ig, ci u.e f.oxx ..
uiid table decorations.
Tire floxvets for the wedding x.ere
furnished by Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Morgan who 2d years ago furnish
ed flowers for the wedding of the
Ear Inr traveling attire the
!:r.de wore a white nylon sheath
dtess with a rose cirsage. They
p unned a tr p to the Black I i ills
and on their return will live in
Atkinson where the bridegroom is
Both the bride and brideirr om
are graduates of the Atkin foil
'..gh school. Mr. Klinger is n w
employed at the Kramer Machine
Mi . p.
4-H Club Notes
PLEASANT BROOK I H MEETS
The Pleasant Brook PH club
m-1 Monday, Aug. 3. at the Clar
ence Funk home with nine mem
bers present and three absent.
There were also visitors present
The members made mere plan
for the county fair and discuss* u
tl, ..nnuai Til ciuo achievement
night which will be held at district
46 August 25 The club also plans
to have a roller skating party
during the Thanksgivir— vacation.
A demonstration was given by
Kathi Funk on how io prepare a
fruit bowl. Jackie Parks and Glor
ia Schindler demonstrated making
Iuinch was served by the hostess.
Kathryn Thiele, reporter.
Try The Frontier Want
Ads — It Pays !
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Stoltenberg. Falrbury. The bride Is
the former Marlene Sawyer. The wedding was August 9 at the Con
gregational Church at Ainsworth.
Miss Sawyer Marries
The Congregational Church at
Ainsworth was the scene August
9 of the 3 p.m. wedding uniting
i.i marriage Miss Harlene Sawyer,
Lincoln, and Harry W. Stoltenberg.
The parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey F. Sawyer, Sheridan, Wyo.,
land Mrs. Edna Morgan, Ainsworth.
The Rev. Gordon Jensen, Ains
worth, officiated at the double
Mrs. Gordon Jensen sang “Be
cause" and "The Lord’s Pray
er”, accompanied by Mrs. Ever
ette Copes, Ainsworth.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, appeared in a gown
fashioned of ruffled nylon tulle
and Chantilly lace. The sculptured
basque bodice was designed with
long tapered sleeves and a i>or
trait neckline formed by bands
■f finely pleated tulle and decor
ated with glittering iridescents.
i The amazingly bouffant floor
I length skirt of ruffled tulle was
j overlain with an apron of lace.
| Her veil was held in place by a
' scalloped headpiece covered with
iridescents. She carried a white
orchid on a Bible.
The matron-of-honor, Mrs. Bev
erly Burke, sister of the bride
groom, Lincoln, wore a street
length frock fashioned of Chantil
ly type lace and nylon chiffon, in
petal pink. A curved neckline and
elbow length sleeves complimented
the lace basque while the fully
gathered skirt was of chiffoa. She
carried a colonial bouquet of pink
and white carnations. The brides
maid, Miss Carol Lambley, niece
of the bridegroom, Ainsworth, also
wore a pink street length frock
fashioned similar to that of the
m at ron-of-honor.
The Missese Cathy and Connie I
Lambley, Ainsworth, were candle-1
lighters. Miss Christine Lambley, !
Ainsworth, was flower girl.
Larry Lambley, Fremont, was I
bestman. Ushers were Harlan Saw
yer, brother of the bride, Sheri
dan, Wyo., and Dick Turpin, Bas
Following the ceremony a recep
tion was held. Mrs. Bonnie Lamb
ley presided at the guest book,
Helen Jean Smith and Mary Lamb
ley took care of the gifts, Mes
dames Verna Farber, Alice Shor
ney, Ardis Schmidt assisted by
Judy Boerger served.
After a wedding trip to Colora
do, the couple will reside at Fair
bury, where the bridegroom is em
ployed at Hested’s store.
The bride attended school at
O’Neill before moving to Ains
worth where she was a 1956 gradu
ate of the Ainsworth high school.
She was previously employed by
the Union Insurance Company at
The bridegroom was a 1950 gra
duate of the Ainsworth high school
and a 1957 graduate of Norfolk
Junior college. He spent two years
in the U. S. Army
Try The Frontier Want
Ads — It Pays I
of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klinger,
all of Atkinson, were united in
marriage at 1 p m. August 5 at
the Wbsleyan Methodist church.
Rev. Steinkamp performed the
double ring ceremony before an
altar decorated with colored gla
dioli and branch candelabra. Ught
ing the candles were Arlin Hen
dricks and Richard Huston.
Escorted to the altar by her fa
ther the bride appeared in a
floor length gown of white tom?
point lace and nylon tulle. The fit
ted bodice was designed with a
Sabrina neckline, edged with hand
cliDDod flowers centered with
Xris and sequins. The long slee
ps ended in the traditional hridal
The fingertip veil of 'mpor’^j
silk illusion was caught to a shell
streamers tipped with yellow roses.
Shirley Halstead. Atkinson, was
the bride's maid-of-honor wear
ing a floor length gown of orchid
net over taffeta with yellowacces
corics Mavis Rahn was brides
maid wearing a yellow RO^ ider,
tical to that of the maid of honor
with orchid accessories.
Best men were I^>n H«dncta
brother of the bride, and Date
Dunn. Flower girls wjre Rein cea
Hendricks and Myra -
carried baskets of yellow sweety
heart rose petals. ,
were Markie Hendricks and Bob
by Hendricks. .
Mrs Robert Collins, cousin or
the bride, played traditional mu
sic and the wedding march. She
accompanied soloist Robert ^ n
dricks who sang I ‘JJJ
ly,” “Because, and Thi Louis
Mother of the bride wore a blue
sheath of silk lace organza with
dark blue accessories. Thebnrte
proom's mother wore a dark blue
$895 to $2495
Reg. $69 to $89
$2950 to $5950
MANY, MANY STINKERS
AT OUR STREET TABLE
Watch Bands, Reg. to $9.95 $195 to $495
Nylon Bands, Reg. $1.00 -69c
Billfolds, Reg. $5.50_ $250
Lazy Susans_$250 to $500
Costume Jewelry.- 30c 49c
Bucket Purses, R"" $4.95_$295
O'Neill, Nebraska I
Mr. and Mrs. John Chriswts
ser of Iancoln announce the en
gagement of their daughter,
Joan Marie, to George F. Tom
linson, son of Dick Tomlinson,
O'Neill and Doris C. Tomlinson
of Cellar Rapids, Nebr. Miss
Chriswisser is a 1958 graduate
of I.incoln Northeast high school.
She is now employed at Miller
and I'aine in I.incoln. Mr. Tom- ;
linson is a 1954 graduate of St. i
Mary's academy at O’Neill. He
attended one year at the Uni
versity of Nebraska, served
three years in the U. S. Army
and has recently resumed stu
dies at the University of Ne
braska towards an advertising
journalism degree. No wedding
date lias been set.
WKSTK.ltMAN TO SAN DIEGO
Ernest R. Westorman, son of
Mrs. Amelia Westerman of Stuart,
enlisted in the US Navy through
the Norfolk recruiting station.
Ernest enlisted for the high school
graduate program which guaran
tees him one of the Navy trade
schools. He will take his recruit
training at San Diego, Calif. Chief
Homer Baldwin, Navy recruiter,
SS MAN COMING
A representative of the Norfolk
social security office will be in
the Assembly Room—basement
of the Courthouse in O'Neill from
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday,
Aug. 18. Anyone planning to apply
for benefits is advised to come in
at least a month before he is elig-!
Bowlers for Fall I
We are organizing our leagues for the coming season now.
There will be Men's, Women's and afternoon leagues, starting August
Line up now! Drop in, call or see Frank or Ray for assignment. |
Holt County's most modern bowling alley with eight AMF Auto- \
Ten Pin Lanes
Phone 318 O'Neill
BOYS’ SPORT SHIRTS
Short Sleeves, Reg. $1.69 Value
Assorted fabrics 6-16 $100 each
Good Quality, Fast color gingham.
This really isn't a "Stinker", but you
can buy it for a "Stinker" price.
TERRY DISH TOWELS
Here Is A Buy! Soft, absorbent
towels. Prints on white terry.
4 for SI 00
AUGUST MID-MONTH 1
SHOP - BUY - SAVE AT THE QUALITY STORE! - AT UNBELIEVEABLE LOW PRICES
THE WAREHOUSE IS BULGING - PRICES GET THE AX!!
6 year size, All Oak Crib and Spring
6 yr. MATTRESS
All Oak—lime Finish
4 (Sialrs and Table
fi Chairs and 42x72 Table—Only
Drop I^eaf Ivormica lop
TABLE and 4 CHAIRS
Everyday price $99.95, Now only
Guaranteed by Brody
Good wearing cover—Starting at
Throe Piece I
BEDROOM SUITE |
Plastic Top Bookcase Bed 1
Many more to choose from
SERTA — SIMMONS — SYIXXJN
and others — Full size INNRRSPRINO
$|00 per ft. I.
INLAID - 6-ft. width I
$|00 per ft. j
COST OF CARPETING |
How much do you pay for your car each month? One 9
hundred dollars payment and expenses. How much time (J
do you spend in your car each month, 10 hours? How long ;. j
does your car last before you get another—three years? r
An average family gets 300 hours a month use out of fc
Carpeting, which lasts an average of ten years. In 10 years *■
you have spent only a few dollars on Carpeting and saved
on heat, waxing and slipping on the floor.
EXPERT INSTALLATION GUARANTEED
Prices from $3.95 to $20.95 sq. yd.
Stinker Day Bargains s
TABLE LAMPS, FIBERGLASS SHADES_$298 - V !8 - $598
BOUDOIR LAMPS with bulbs - pr. $550 THROW RUGS, heavy carpet yarn_ $100
CHESTS Large Size Lane, former price $59.5°.. $3950
Meyer’s Midwest Furnituxe & Appliance
I Phone 526 West O'Neill Free Delivery
Powered by Open ONI