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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1959)
Mm. JiiNjK'r la-ago — the former Shirley (’■olfaek.—O’Neill
Photo, Frontier engraving
Spoken In Atkinson;
To Live In Houston
Miss Shirley Maureen Colfack
and; Jasper B. lx>ago exchanged
wedding vows October 24 in a can
dlelight double ring ceremony in
the First Presbyterian church at
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Colfack, Atkin
son, and the bridegroom is the
son of Mrs A It Baykin, Hous
ton, Tex. Rev. Herbert Young,
Stuart, officiated the 8 p.m. cere
Given in marriage by her fa
ther, the bride appeared in a
gown of imported Chantilly lacc
and tulle. Sequin and pearl trac
ed scallops outlined the sweet
heart neckline of the smoothly
molded bodice. The bouffant lace
skirt lifted to a scalloped peplum
revealing a skirt of tulle.
A minature queen’s crown of
pearls held her veil of illusion.
Her bouquet was of white carna
tions and lily of the valley.
Matron of honor was Mrs Gary
L. Gorkin, Lincoln, and Peggy
Buss, Norfolk, was bridesmaid.
They wore matching street length
sheath dresses of gold velvet and
matching headpieces and carried
coloniel bouquets of bronze and
Jeanette Morgan, Stuart, was
flower girl, and Bobby Hendricks
Atkinson, was ring bearer.
Denton Colfack, brother of the
bride, was best man. Ushers were
Dennis Colfack, Atkinson, and
Harvey Colfack, O’Neill. Grooms
man was Gary L. Gerkin, Lin
Tiie altar was decorated with
candelabra and two pedestal bas
kets of bronze and white mums.
Mary Anderson, Atkinson, was or
ganist and accompanied i : u rl
Hendricks, Atkinson, singing ’Be
cause." "With This Ring 1 Thee
Wed,” and ‘The Lord’s Prayer.”
A reception for 250 followed the
ceremony in the church basement.
The three tier wedding cake was
baked, decorated and served by
Mr. tutri Mr*. EniU klabenes
of Ewing announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Roberta
Mae to Robert Dean Gartner,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gartner sr. of Chamber*. No.
wedding date has been wl
Mis. Carl CoLfack, O’Neill At the .
guest book was Gwendolyn Salt- 1
ler, Gregory-. S. D. Sharon Arp, ]
Atkinson, attended the gift table. ]
The tlnde is a graduate of the ,
Atkinson high school and Lincoln .
School of Commerce and has been i
employed by the University ol i
Houston, Houston, Tex.
The bridegroom graduated from .
Houston high school and is cm- j
ployed as a draftsman by a manu- ]
factoring company in Houston. j
Following a wedding trip to ]
Mexico, the couple will live at ]
6719 Moss Rose, 1 louston. ,
Thursday, Oct. 29
O'Neill Letter Ways
Monday, Nov. 2
Catholic Daughters, business
Merrimyx, Mrs. H. S. Moses
Wednesday, Nov. 4
Thursday, Nov. 5
Presbyterian Woman’s Assoc.
Lutheran Ladies Aid Smorgas
Mrs. Melvin Marcellus was hos-1
tess to MNO Tuesday evening;
with 16 members and two guests.
Mrs. Willis Sanders and Mrs. Wil
liam McIntosh present.
| The lesson, "Know Your Car,"
was presented by Mrs. Gale Dier I
berger and Mrs Eugene Hastrei-1
I ter. The club voted to contribute
some money to the Stoffer fund. I
Co-Hostesses were Mrs. Bob Hill
and Mrs- Laurence Haynes.
The November 24 meeting will;
Ire with Mrs. Leonard Davis with
(a lesson on Christmas ideas. Co
hostesses will l>e Mrs. Ben Hanlon
land Mrs. Matt Beha.
A "Hard Time" party was giv
en Tuesday night by the mem
bers of Friendly Neighbors exten
sion club at the home of Mrs. Car
The lesson, "Know Your Car,"
was present by Mrs Dwayne Phil
brick and Mrs. Frank Eppen
A new member of the club is
Mrs. Kenny Moore. Lunch was
served by Mrs. Durvin Kipple. >
Next meeting will be with Mrs.
St Cecelia's Guild of St. Pat
i rick's Altar Society entertained
125 members Thursday evening in
St. Mary's Gym with Mrs. Robert
Clements as chairman.
Mrs. Rynold Cimfel gave a re
port on the National Council of
Catholic Women deanery meeting
at Clearwater and announced a
check was being sent to the Ma
donna Plan of the NOCW.
.Mrs. James Gallagher gave the
eport vm the NOCW convention
it Hartingtofi. Msgr. O'Sullivan
poke briefly to the group.
Entertauunent was furnished by
i group of first grade students
rom St. Mary s Academy and
rtrs. W. D. Melina's dancing stu
Next meeting will be November
<1 with St. Margaret's Guild in
Members of the Rebekah Lodge]
ind their families attended a hal
oween card party Friday night
following a recipe supper cards
Card winners were Norbert
Hark. Mrs. Clara Johnson. Mrs.
Richard Hovey, Mrs. Ruby Way
nan, Mrs. Ruth Claussen and
drs. Albert Klingler.
Reltekah will meet in regular
session Friday evening.
Mrs. Roy Lowry was hostess
Sunday evening to Pinchole club,
iiard Winners were Mrs Dave
joy, Mrs Zella Cook and John
The O'Neill Catholic Daughters
leld a reception of new memliers
ind installation of officers at the
vnight's of Columbus hall Tues
New members received follow
ing a 7 p.m. supper were as fol
Mrs. Edward Cuddy. Mrs. Jer
y umu y, mis- i.yv«\/ui^
Mrs. Marvel Jean Batenhorst,
Mrs. Hugh Carr, Mrs. Duane
Dray. Mrs. James Havranek, Mrs.
Juliana Kamphaus, Mrs. John Pe
ter, Miss Carlyn Neiers, Mrs. R.
J. Rohde, Mrs. Joseplpne Ste
wart, Mrs. Mary' Tomlinson and
Mrs. George Winkler.
Court officers installed were as
follows; Agnes Claire Hickey,
?rand regent; Kathleen M. Warn
<e, vice grand regent; Mrs. An
thony, 'Donnell, prophetess; Mrs.
Jerome SpittJer, lecturer; Mrs.
John Donohoe, finacial secretary;
Mrs. Theresa Shelkopf, treasurer;
Vlrs. Ed Dumpert, historian; Mrs.
Floyd Ilershiser, historian; Mrs
\nthony Stanton, sentinel; Mrs.
John Hickey, organist; Mrs. Ed
na Coyne and Mrs. Nellie Malo
In cnarge of the committee ser
ving the pot luck supper to over
15 members and guests was Mrs.
Mark Muff. Guests were Monsig
nor T. O'Sullivan, Rev. Father
Duffy, Rev. Father Kucera, Rev.
Father Stahl, and Mrs. Clara Koch
Mrs. Gallagher Entertains—
Mrs. Ed Gallagher was hostess
at a luncheon Monday for Mrs.
Deorge Stannard and Mrs. Stu
nrt Carson, both of San Diego,
Dalif. About twenty attended the
luncheon. Mrs. Carson and Mrs.
Stannard are visiting in O'Neill.
Deanna Porter Weds
Charles Beilin Sunday
Miss Deanna Jean Porter, dau
ghter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Por
t t, Chambers, became the bride
of Charles Dale Beilin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Beilin, O'Neill,
Sunday at 4 p.m.
Rev Glenn Kennicott perform
ed the double ring ceremony at
the home of the bride’s parents
before 40 friends and relatives.
The bride wore a gown of ny
1 >n lace over orchid taffeta. Maid
of honor was Elinore Porter,
Chambers. She wore a yellow
tunic dress of dacron,
Best mar. was Earl Miller, O’
The home was decorated with
silver candelbra with flower ar
rangements of white spider mums
and dark pink carnations.
Mrs. Gerald McClenahan was
pianist, playing “I Love You Tru
ly," and “In the Garden of To
morrow." She accompanied Mrs.
Letha Cooke, singing, "Because."
Following the ceremony a re
ception given by the bride’s par
ents was given in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Rowre. The ta
hie was decorated with a four
tierred wedding cake and two
lower arrangements of dark pink
carnations and white mums.
The flowers and centerpieces
were all made hy the mother of
the bridegroom. Mrs. Beilin also
baked and decorated the wedding
A reception in the evening was
held at the Charles Beilin home
from 7 to 9 pm. The cake was
cut by Mrs. Melvin Miller. Mrs.'
Arnold Miller poured and Judy
Masterson attended the guest
book Dorothy Mack was at the
Guests from Sioux City, Page,
South Sioux City, Rock Rapids,
la., Norfolk, Creighton, Verdigre,
Lynch and Orchard attended the
The couple will reside at 803
Logan St. in O’Neill.
Jasper Bennie Leago, 20, Hous
ton, Tex. and Shirley Maureen Col
fack, 19, Atkinson, October 22.
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; . ANTHONY’S
SO UK Li Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Soukup, O'Neill, son, Steven
Wayne. 7 pounds, 10 D ounces, Oc
HAWKINS—Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey J. Hawkins, Ewing, daughter,
Debra Sue, 7 pounds, 15 ounces,
BURIVAL -Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Burival. O'Neill, son. 6 pounds.
12 ounces, October 28.
SUMMERER — Mr. and Mrs.
Carol Summerer. Ewing, son. 7
pounds. 1 *>4 ounces, October 26
BARTAK Mr. and Mrs Roliert
Bartak. Ewing, son, Gary Lee,
8 pounds, 10k ounces. Octoiler 28.
HAWK- Mr and Mrs. John
Hawk. Ewing, have named their
baby Randy LeRoy.
CRAWFORD Mr. and Mrs. Ron
ald Crawford, Cody, Wyo., daugh
ter, 7 pounds. 3 ounces, October
WILSON- Mr. and Mrs. Gary
Wilson, Lynch, have named their
daughter, Sonja Dee.
TAYLOR Mr. and Mrs. Larry
Taylor, Scottsbluff, son, Mark Al
lan, 7 pounds, 9% ounces, Octo
ber 22. The maternal grandpar
ents are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Finch
of Page. This is the couple's first
GUDE Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gude, O'Neill, daughter, 5 pounds.
3 ounces. _ born October 23 at - a
BAKER Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Baker, Schuyler, daughter, 7
pounds, 2 ounces, October 20. Mrs.
Baker is the former Mary Faul
haber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Faulhaber. The couple now
has two daughters.
VOLQUARDSEN Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Volquardsen, Omaha, son,
Mark Eugene, 7 pounds, 13 *4
ounces, October 19. Mrs. Volquard
sen is the former Shirley Butter
field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Butterfield of Orchard. Mrs.
Mary Vokjuardsen of Walnut is >
the paternal grandmother. This is
the couple's first child.
BUTTERFIELD Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Butterfield, Pierre. S. D.,
son Calvin Allen, 9 pounds. Octo
ber 19. Mrs. Butterfield is the
former Virginia Mitchell, daugh
ter of Mrs. I^eon Mitchell of Or
chard. Paternal grandparents ore
Mr and Mrs Lloyd Butterfield of
Orchard. This is the couple's first
Lt M»BERO MEMORIAL
RAFF—Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Raff. Verdigre. son, 8 pounds, 6^
ounces. October 26.
WAGNER Mr. and Mrs. Ber
nard Wagner, jr . son, October 22.
S1LTZ Mr. and Mrs. Bud Siltz,
Bunvell, daughter, October 22.
ROWSE Mr and Mrs. Ronnie
Rowse, Burvvel], son. 7 pounds.
14 ounces, Jerry Eldon. October
Carolyn and Marian Moseman,
Omaha, spent the weekend with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Bill McElvain and
Greg, Omaha, were weekend guests
erf Mr. and Mi’s. Jim Coventry.
Inman, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Jim McGinn, son of #Mr and
Mrs. R. E. McGinn, will lie home
from Norfolk junior college this
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hollmbeck
called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Fox Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Krugman
and family were weekend guests
at Mrs. Krugman's sister, Mr
and Mr. Walt Timmerman, Creig
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Graham
spent the weekend in Omaha and
Mr. Graham received medical at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox \ is
ited their son, Mr. and Mrs Gol
den Fox in Lincoln over the week
end. They spent Saturday with
Mrs. Fox’s sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Meyers, Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Krugman at
1 tended the funeral of Mrs. Lena
Doerr in Creighton Wednesday.
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Mrs. Emil Adamson and child- h
ren were in Ewing Sunday visa
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. ii
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Baker were
in Amelia Sunday for an anniver- r
sary party and were dinner guests
Sunday evening at the Arthur Hi
att home. t
John Hollenbeck has been dis- ,
charged from the army and he i
and Mrs. Hollenbeck will now re
side in O'Neill.
Mrs. Guy Beckwith called at
the Leon Beckwith home in Em
met Sunday. Mr, Beckwith has
recently returned home from the
Weekend guests ut the Donald
Bunkers home were Dr. and Mrs..
R. B. Bunkers and family. Can j
ton, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker are in I
Arizona this week visiting their j
Minnie Higgins was a dinner I
guest Sunday of Mrs Josie An-1
Visiting at the Ivan Hurley
home over the weekend were Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert Gydeson and
Terry, Sioux City.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Janzing
visited Sunday in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. George Shald, Stuart.
Mrs A D. Jilg was a guest in
her sister's home last week. Mrs
Frank Burger, Dedham, la. I
Sunday dinner guests at the
Bert Henning home were Mr. and
Mrs. Lloyd Johnson and Mr. anti i
Mrs. Fred Roth. Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hansen
spent Friday evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jones.
Minnie Higgins and Hannah
Seaman attended the funeral of
Mrs. Martha Pahl at Bristow Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Jones
have received word that their son
Milo, has been taken home from
a hospital in San Diego, Calif.
Dtnne r guests Thursday at the
William G. Kraft home were Mrs.
Mable Shobe and daughter. Page
; nd Mr. and Mrs. Art Duncan,
lapid City. S. D. Mrs. Shobe is
a sister of Mr. Duncan.
A Monday caller at the Edwin
Krugman home was Mrs. William
Everett Siders, who has been
here visiting his mother, Mrs
Maggie Skiers, returned to his
on*® ib Wyrwmg Sunday mow i
John Klatt, Ainsworth, was a
inner guest Sunday at the home
f Mr. and Mrs. Permot Krring
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Phone 203 — O’Neill
Strong's Repair Shop
Consists of two lots with four room mod
ern house. Three car garage, complete line of
shop equipment. Stack of new and used parts.
To be sold as complete unit
Located at 426 North 7th St.
Priced to sell
Vernon and Ann Strong, owners
SPECIAL CATTLE SALE
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2-12 noon
At the present time we an use n lot more rattle for the special
sale. Tlie corn should he getting pretty well picked and prices
should be some better. At the sale last Monday we sold over
000 cattle with the good to choice kinds sidling the best. Sold a
load of 885 lb. yearlings at $25-70. The plaiuer kinds looked a
Top on butcher Hogs at $13.10.
Could have sold a lot more hogs and rattle.
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