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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Beatrice, Nebraska R Beatrice daily Sun i or and about Audubon society has program on Bird behaviour the Beatrice Audubon society met at the Home of mrs. Paul Baier monday. Miss Georgia Mackie was the associate hostess and mrs. Florence Deleu of Kansas City was a guest. President Esther Smith opened the meeting with a quotation concerning the Beauty of Spring and its Hope. She cited figures showing the growing popularity of Bird watching As an out door recreation with men and women of All Ages. Reports of Field trips were Given and emphasis was placed on the fact that the next few weeks Are All that remains for favourable Field trips. A flock composed of several species of warblers were seen in the Trees near the City auditorium last week. Joyce Black gave a program on unusual Bird behaviour. One cited was the congregating of Bald eagles in Glacier National Park during the fishing season. This is the More remarkable since the Bald Eagle is fighting a loosing survival Battle at present. The last meeting of the season will be held May 5. An Early morning Field trip will precede an la of clock breakfast at the Home of Mildred Luebben. Local members at state convention members of the Beatrice Federated woman a club who attended the state convention of Nebraska Federated women a club at Omaha wednesday were mrs. Ernest Sokolik mrs. Conrad Hahn mrs. Val Fulton mrs. Roy Bartels and mrs. Paul Baier. They attended the All Day session at the Sheraton Fonten Elle hotel climaxing the evening with a banquet at which time new state federation officers were installed by mrs. William Hasebroock of West Point past president of the general federation of women a clubs. The press Book of the Beatrice club which had earlier placed first in the District in contest placed third in the state contest. Book by omahan reviewed at club seventeen members of fortnightly club met wednesday for a 1 30 dessert luncheon at the Home of mrs. Elbert Briggs. The following officers were elected president mrs. H. F. Mattoon vice president mrs. Harvey seng Secretary mrs. William Davis treasurer mrs. Leslie Noble. Mrs. H e. Kenny reviewed a it has its charms a a Book by Charles Morton who is from Omaha. For the past eighteen years mrs. Leonard Snyder has patronized the City Library. Here she is consulting the card Index. A Holder of a Rural Library card she is entitled to keep books out for four weeks instead of the usual two. Right around Home miss Mary Russnogle mrs. Bobbie Sward area Extension Home economists statistics Tell us that More people than Ever Are trying their hand at a Home fabrics that Challenge ones skill As Well As the imagination Are reaching the Market constantly and further increase the enjoyment of creative sewing. This year the apparent newcomer is voile though Many of us remember its extensive use in seasons past. Sheer fabrics always remain a favorite for a a special occasions. In demure or sophisticated fashions sheers impart a Graceful feeling an enchanted feminine look. Here Are some important considerations for the person who plans to sew with sheers this season 1. Sheers need to be underlined or planned with a special slip. Sleeves can remain unlined however choose linings carefully to give depth interest or opaqueness to sheer fabric. 2. Patterns designed for sheers Are Best As they will include All instructions for finishing properly. Select a pattern with As few seams As possible. 3. Different methods Are desirable for seams and seam finishes. One method is to stitch a Plain seam then make a second Row of stitching about i/8�?� from the seam line within the seam allowance. Trim seam close to this stitching. For additional facts a methods for sewing Wii sheers you will want to co tact your county Extension 0 fice and ask for the Sheet a a you sew with does guest wins prize at meeting the grand Lodge group does met at the Home of Sha on Hertlein wednesday with members present. Lavern a Well and Ruth Wiebe were c hostesses. Following the business met tag games were played. Pc die Legate a guest won Hij prize. Other prizes were a it by Alberta Graff and Haz Bindrum. Next meeting will be a 15th with Katherine Rous Gladys Belington and sob Strough As hostesses at to elks dining room. Arizona pair has wedding plans of interest to Many Here the announcement recently the engagement of Candace k Weekes daughter of mrs. E Gar Thomas Weekes and to late or. Weekes Tucson Ari her Fiance Michael Willia Beck is the son of or. Ai mrs. Willard but cd of Stockton Calif. Miss Weekes and her Ance Are students at the it verify of Arizona. Wedding Date is june 4. A daily visitor at the Public Library is mrs. Merle Harding whose favorite Corner is the periodical room. She enjoys Reading the latest fashion magazines to keep up to Date with what her granddaughter and nieces Are wearing and reads the news magazines and a a by City newspapers. Women Booklover find satisfaction in favorite pastime Reading Owca week begins today with activities Here a where you c o u n t a the Owca a is the theme for this years National Owca week which will be celebrated in Beatrice april 21-28 with Many activities. Initiated in 1948, membership week has become the period of the year when a by a associations concentrate on reaching out to potential members and helping them As Well As the Community to have a better understanding of the National and International aspects of the Owca. A we believe the theme this year stresses what is at the base of All Owca programs the individual girl or woman who wants to find a place where she can develop her own potential and contribute to her Community nation and world a states mrs. Wayne sack president of the Owca Board of directors. Plans for the local program for adults include classes in cake decorating painting knit representative of Rural readers is mrs. Jurgens dear rating Alberts e ii Ley who visits the Library regularly and is proof activities planned for this that Rural women also find time to read. Pictured at the a seven Day stack is mrs. D. J. Gleason who reads a diverse Quantity of books visits the Library weekly. Not Only is her father an avid Reader but a daughter of mrs. Gleason a who lives in the East has inherited the Quality also. Current Best Sellers compiled by publishers weekly fiction Knebel week include an 8th Grade style show and Tea for mothers tuesday at 4 p An adult membership Tea wednesday at 2 ., and the 7th Grade style show and Tea thursday of 4 p This weeks society Dine at College Twenty three members of the them., the May baskets Dep it to Quot a monday Clu a. 9 30 a the Home Beatrice strop limit club met Charle Brown and hl5 Riehs Eta chapter Alpha Delta of Cleo Camp. For transport monday evening for dinner Ati n Kappa 7 30 . Verna Tubbs non meet at Church at 9 a in. Pershing College. Speaker for and a vane 0 Arumalla we hos Esse Lodge a 8 p a the evening or. Richard Bren Quot a How about buying your May baskets this year would you believe Mounds and Mounds of May Bakers Vank hdm Quot pm chapter to Honor is try Are a Natty Quot founders Day form a s a Ron i Epsilon chapter of Epsilon chapter of Beta a Myra Vidal Sigma Phil met Wuh Ruth Stol a i he Tower of Babel a a West Wenburg tuesday evening. The Haleber club i 30 p Des at Toof Hall. In a Dent o the Coll be the Beatrice National Bank a it luncheon with Louise rag Beatrice business and pro of j o future. F t e lobby from to am. To 3 pm i. 1341 Market. Fess ional women a club 6 . they will soil for ten cents a n t a Airport Quot Hailey nonfiction a the naked ape a Morris a Between Parent and child a sen an 1341 Market. Welcome Wagon executive dinner at paddock hotel. Wednesday a to club 2 . Hostess Estella Ruigh. State Pia convention. 9 30 boards old and new 1 15 . At Home of mrs. Clay 1712 Hoyt. First Homestead Wei bar ,. ,01cq in . Convention opens Racks and auxiliary 2158 6.30 too ,.po/1 covered dish dinner at american legion Hall. Pickrell Rook club 1 30 Des at in Elk St Sert luncheon at Home of mrs. Dave Emal. College. A tour with Joseph Thev Marshall in charge followed pirate a a. Or. Bangle s presentation. And fording a a mrs Jav _ Cees spokeswoman orders will be filled by calling mrs. Rick Chichester Nicholas and Alexandra a Massie Quot our crowd a Birmingham a Gipsy Moth circles the Wor program was presented by Fem Sebby on a painting Nebraska artists Terrance the chapter was presented a copy of the proclamation issued by governor Tiemann proclaiming april 2d May 3 Beta Sigma Phi week in Nebraska. In Observance of this. The three Beatrice chapters will celebrate founders Day april it is Manifest that All govern Murphy 228-3017, mrs. Larry ment of action is to be gotten Marquardt 228-2055, or any he that loves not books before 30, 7 ., at the paddock to Gage county retired teach by knowledge and knowledge mrs. Jaycee. Baskets will be he comes to thirty years of age Tel. Ers association i . Dessert Best by gathering Many know delivered or for those living will hardly love them enough next meeting will be w Ith luncheon with mrs. Genevieve ledges which is Reading. A sir out of town arrangements can afterwards to understand them. Margaret Thomas Wymore lutheran Hospital auxiliary p. Sidney. Be made. A Clarendon. Tuesday May 7. R. D. , 1 30 . With 1 30 Maxine Wardlow. Thursday Alpha chapter Beta Sigma mrs. Ann Westphal. Drove to Apo does 8 p A honouring past presidents Helen Hetherington chairman. Fidelis sunday school class 1 15 . At Centenary methodist Church. Hostess mrs. Mary Dunn committee mrs. Martha Johnson and mrs. John Jarvis. State it a convention chapter pm peo 8 p "�?~7 z a i 7 with mrs. Warren Chamberlain p. A. Fhy a Iii miss Marion Rte. Assistant bos Ess. Mrs. Edmund Carlson. N r to Cle 4. 2 p a at the Home of i it supper 7 . First a Paul Allen 714 Lincoln tonal Bank chairman or. And n m it the. I mrs. W. P. Rumbles. Cycle a 8 at the Home of tuesday cwt Board of first Christian woman club has lesson on High school education Fairbury special a Twenty eight members of the Garden department of the fair Bury woman a club met tues club Rojy Cau is Day at the Owca rooms. Host. Esses were Mes. Elsie Sny a Avorita to wet Der Harry Leslie and . West Side Extension club met Rose. Roll Call was answered at the first National Bank by telling of an interesting event monday. Thirteen members an in april. Swered Roll Call with their a mrs. Clarence Henke Illus verite Flower with mrs. Goldie rated a program a toward in Bartholomew hostess Quiry with pictures. Her in new treasurer is mrs. D. Formation was selected from Ruhl. There was a Plant a material sent by the Nebraska change. Lesson a pest control education department of the in Yard and Garden a was pre University. This dealt with seated by mrs. Coa Tirey and teaching methods in High school. Mrs. Liedtke. Refreshments were served next meeting May 20th will from a Tea table Gay in colors be with mrs. Cecil Beetem and streamers from a Minia 323 s. 2nd with a silent aug Ture May pole which entered Tion. The program crafts will the table and the streamers have mrs. H. Wiegand As Lead led to tiny Flower filled baskets or. Pictured constructing May baskets at the Beaver Brown Palace Ane left mrs. Marvin Walker mrs. Jerry Hook mrs. Larry Marquardt and mrs. Rick Murphy. May baskets go on Sale monday april 22, at the Beatrice National Bank. Sun photo by Pat Larsen have you read a Good Book lately if not now would be a Good time to be a Library drop in As this sunday National Library week begins. And according to mrs. Mary Beckwith librarian at the Beatrice free Library there Are approximately 35,000 volumes of books magazines and periodicals to choose from. They cover a variety of subjects besides novels and biographies. There Are books on travel Beauty cookbooks and inferior decorating which Are current favourites of readers. About 1400 books Are bought each year and less than a thousand Are and mrs. Beckwith quotes the figure of $2.52 per capita budget for each Beatricia. One group of women who take their Reading seriously is the fortnightly club which was organized in 1892 and is possibly one of the oldest woman a clubs in perpetual existence in Nebraska. Although the original club met saturdays with about 15 members each reviewer chose her own subject matter things have remained Static with about 20 listed in the year Book and a committee chooses books to be reviewed with occasional deviations. The club meets on wednesdays now. Through the years fortnightly has contributed to Community projects including the Library assisting with red Cross projects and providing Christmas baskets for the needy. In 1942, the club celebrated its 50th anniversary. An interesting footnote tit fortnightly history is that discussion of politics and religion is prohibited a very Active Library Patron is mrs. Dean Sackett who has undertaken an ambitious a spare tune a Reading program of re Reading the classics. During her College Days she spent a semester studying Thomas Hardy so return of the native and vowed to herself that or Day she would read it again. This whetted an appetite that led to Reading All of Thomas Hardy some of Jane Austen and two of Anthony Trollope s books a the Small House at Abington and a bar Chester s mrs. Sackett finds Early 19th Century books relaxing Reading and a diversion from every Day problems. She agrees with Many readers who believe that a Best Sellers arc not always the Best Reading material. Along with other women readers in Beatrice mrs. Sackett has found the local Library staff very cooperative in obtaining books not in the permanent collection Here. An adult Reader of tomorrow is miss Katherine Rist daughter of or. And mrs. William Rist who enjoys heading a a anything and spends a great Deal of time at one of her favorite hobbies a Reading

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