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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Beatrice, Nebraska The installation of the newly Doris Frazer Esther mrs. Flor elected and appointed officers of j enc Betten Martha mrs. Maria Vesper chapter no. 9. O.e.s., took Gerber dog Electa mrs. Beulah place at the masonic Temple with Engberg Warden mrs. Ula Rey approximately 130 members and nolds Sentinel Olen Brake visitors present. 1 following the installation of the the color scheme at the evening worthy Matron Olen Brake Sang was Turquoise and Silver. In charge j a just a closer walk with thee. Of installation was mrs. Hazel and following the installation of Axtell retiring worthy Matron the worthy Matron the Rev. Bar-1 Sisters Helen Fite p.m., and eve vey Gabel Sang a to walk with Lyn Linscott p. M., were in charge god. At the guest Book. Hostesses were i following the installation Here mrs. Letha Whitney p. M., and Mony the newly installed worthy mrs. Marjorie Shower p m. Ush Matron and worthy Patron spoke ers were miss Claudia Hannibal j words of appreciation and thanks miss Jennie Harman miss Mary for the High Honor conferred upon Brown and miss Tish Willard them by their election. The past matrons jewel was the following distinguished lords prayer pledge of allegiance and singing of our National installed As new officers of Vesper chapter were left to right first Row chaplain Anthem. Ruth Stout worthy Patron Milo Hoppe worthy Matron Kathleen Hoppe associate Matron Sara Fry associate Patron Kenneth Frazer marshal Elizabeth Dillow second Row Adah a Arlene Brandt Martha Maria Gerberding conduct Ress Helen Brake Secretary Eyleene a. a a n Woods third Row Electa. Beulah Engberg Sentinel. Olen Brake Esther Florence Betten come Are. Tame m. Spellman Warden Ula Reynolds Ruth. Doris Frazer treasurer Evelyn Knook associate conduct Ress Ida past grand Matron of Nebraska Mae Logan. Skinner photo Gene Whitney past grand master a j of the grand Council of Royal and merger Means to me a led by mrs. Select masters in Nebraska serves. Holmstrand. Hostess mrs. A by As grand treasurer of the Pollock. I grand Council and grand sword chapter was called to order by Milo Hoppe worthy Patron Fob presumed to mrs. Hazel Axtell by Lowed by the opening March open Slater Beeson Junjoy. Displaying some of the articles from the Elizabeth Montague chapter Dar patriotic my or the Bible at the altar. The mater to i. Window arrangement in the Beatrice National Bank Are mrs. Norman Stevens left recent ant mrs h. E. Kenney historian. Sun photo a a a s Matron. She was then escorted to the ranks of the past matrons. Presentation of a gift to m i i o Hoppe retiring worthy Patron was made by Asa Book. Miss Eyleene Woods presented to sister Kathleen Hoppe a gave As a gift from her husband. Dinners continued from society Page i who leave monday for California following the engine of the mrs fjllo0 win a in Ltd a run. A wine Kip for closing ode. Quot living for Jesus Quot the Rev. Gabd pronounced t h e Benediction. Following the retiring March by Cisco and mrs. Bryant in Saratt a. Mrs. F. W. Careens entertain hosts to their pinochle dub on d _ a i wednesday night were or. And j a it Atn Otic we Lugow mrs. G. H. Andrew. Or. And mrs. Jeff Weston were dinner hoots thursday at the pad a a Flop had Dock to their card group with _ p in any cards at the Weston Home. Is arranged by a shampoo regularly due 7 30 p. Rn., at Owca bearer of the grand comma dry the new officers a reception and re at a dinner monday honouring just because your hair May be Knight templars of Nebraska Jaq i hour was enjoyed. In charge or. Cars ten on his birthday. Jul j Ujj Jug no reason Jav Hooky Yao a Inoc ammo inf Rwm m ii to i a a a a it a a i Ahi ,�1� House willing helpers i p. Rn., cover a it Maines eminent commanded dish dinner at the Church. Mrs. Or Knight Templar mount her Elizabeth Montague chapter daughters of the american revolution Are again calling attention to february As american history month. A patriotic window arrangement in the Beatrice National Bank has of the social hour were or and Carstens mrs. Henry Pickett Eek la shampoo tub u a a two a. Mrs. Robert Williams. Or. And Aryl mrs. Charles Reilly and Lur Catov Hir an Ltd hair instead in Ken Jessie Collier devotions. Members in comma dry no. 9. Beatrice is a Book or. And mrs. Reilly were guests. Bey historian of Elizabeth Monta Ging own service. Westminster Guild 6 43 p. Rn., covered dish supper at the Church committee. Josephine Hannibal. Helen Brake and Margaret Closs. Devotions. Arlene Houchin. Program mrs. Norman Stevens. Tab club 2 p. Rn., with mrs. Fred Winkle. The Knar Humphrey Illus Trio master Raboni Council no. 9. Roy Ai and select masters Beatrice Leonard Betten High priest. Royal Arch masons. Livingston chapter no. 9 brother Perley f. Bates worshipful master Beatrice Lodge no. 26. Of amp am Beatrice miss i Claudia Hannibal grand Bethel Percy Bick and or. And mrs. Herman harms. Mrs. Hazel Axtell poured. Guests. Or. And mrs. Robert Baumfalk entertained 50 guests at dinner and treatment every week or two an evening of cards saturday night i then Wash it thoroughly with a pre shampoo hot Olive gue chapter. Dar chapters across the land have Long taken part in this pro Berean Kensington. I p. Rn., pm 1 ered dish lunch. It Home of a a of state of mrs Walter Jewett. So Elk. Com a Quot do a Quot it Mittee. Mrs. August sack and mrs. Leslie Noble. Devotions mrs. Warren Chamberlin. Keystone supper group 6 45 p. Rn., at Church dining room. Hosts or. And mrs. Richard Stratford dinner committee or. And mrs. Charles Mccoy. Or. And mrs. Shar Dunlap or. And mrs. Deem Engberg and or. And mrs. Lyle Lin Bethel no. 31, Beatrice. Mrs. Hazel Axtel and Milo Hoppe retiring worthy Matron and worthy Patron spoke words of appreciation for a most enjoyable Yea Ltd in the East. Introduced As installing officers were mrs. Alberta Stratford installing officer mrs. Lucille Rinne. Installing marshal mrs. Louise Beeson installing chaplain presiding Over Vesper chapter no. 9, Oes. For the year in program chairmen or. And and miss Imogene Scamman infill be from the left worthy Patron Milo Hoppe worthy a mrs Henry Williams. Program jailing organist. Officers stall tron Kathleen Hoppe associate Matron Sara Fry and associate Quot observations in Europe a we a Worth Matron. Mrs. Patron Kenneth Frazer. Skinner photo Friday Kathleen Hoppe worthy Patron Oes Kensington 7 30 p rn., card Milo Hoppe associate Matron Giesbrecht and mrs. Nightengale party. Chairman. L. Beeson As mrs. Sara Fry associate Patron. 6 of Christian Church. 7 39 j Sis Tants. Emily Harris Hallie Kenneth Frazer Secretary. Miss p. In. In Church parlor. Norma Kraemer. Marjorie Glover k. Wol Eyleene Woods treasurer mrs. I ters. V. Morton Ettsel Bourne. Evelyn Knaak conduct Ress mrs. Socially this week a a fir monday associate conduct general woman a club 2 p. Rn., does no to fit Well. Lambert hostess. Deed a Day club 2 p rn., with Josephine Busch. Doris Frazer j Helen Brake mrs. William Zimmerman. Each Ida Mae Logan Margaret Mccown i Tress mrs. Ida Mae Logan Chap kiember asked to bring dress that Lucille Rinnie Erma Rothleitner. Lain mrs. Ruth Stout marshal Jet but in january at 1961 the Congress passed a Resolution officially making february american history month and asking that citizen observe it As such. It is especially appropriate when we consider that among famous americans born during february Are George Washington Abraham Edison and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Business at first National Bani Friendship room. Program Quot county problems a Merrell l. Andersen Gage county attorney. Social committee. Mesdames Heye Parde. Amanda Wolken Eldon Wright Ray Salisbury j. P program b. Pierson. Ruth Stout. Mrs Elizabeth Dillow organist. Klumpp. Edd Lahodny and g. A. I 30 p in. Wednesday fortnightly club with mrs. H. Piety. 2 p in. F. Mattoon. Rembrandt Quot by Clydr Schmitt. Mrs. Shan Dunlap. Home culture Extension club 1 30 p i with mrs. Lee Larsen mennonite Hospital auxiliary mennonite women a sewing so miss Imogene Scamman Adah mrs. Arlene Brandt Ruth. Mrs Petersen to Man continued from society Page i attending the Groom were Richard Ingraham and John Nelson. Dewitt and Gary Petersen Dewitt brother of the Bride. At the reception a four tier cake entered the serving table which a covered by a White lace Over red cloth. For travelling the new or s. Totman chose a White Wool Sheath with Black accessories. The toxin ans Are now residing at 2306 so. 14th. Lincoln. The Bride was graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University in mrs. Colleen seng and miss Sally Beck talmud workers from the Jay Husker Cirl sprout j Lucuis at a a Council explain a few of the fundamental Aims of girl scouting of one of the sessions during Anu Sim a at not Ian the Basic training course held at the first Christian Church. Left to right Are miss Beck. Mrs. Seng. Mrs. William Eyth. Mrs. John Chapman of Wymore and mrs. Mable Weaver neigh boyhood chairman. Sun photo _ Lincoln or. Totman will be graduated from the University of Nebraska in february. Lessenhop. Bridge club i p rn., mrs. H. T. Cosgrove music club 8 p. Rn., in Temam luncheon hostess parlor of first Christian Church mennonite Hospital ladies Aux Marian Temam program student i diary. 1 30 p. Rn., at sewing room night. To sew. Children a Guild. 1 15 p. In pal Mere a furniture store basement. Girl scout leaders Complete 20-hour Basic training course mrs. Luebben is new president of Epsilon chapter Epsilon chapter of the Delta via a very colourful collection of arid miss Lave tamp a group of girl scout leaders and prospective leaders from a Wymore and Beatrice have just completed a Basic training course thursday. A m lady boosters 7 30 p. Rn., at Given under the direction of col Beatrice lioness club 7 pm. At n n y Cut Tiru Community room Circle i of the Christian Church. In fundamentals of the get two activities. Upon com Plet Ion of the course those attending Felt they had gain h. Luebben president mrs. Don Kappa Gamma society met tuesday evening at the senior High Library. Miss Marjorie Ruth presided at the business meeting officers tor the coming year were elected As follows mrs. E. Slides. The three members spent family gathering or. And mrs. Charles Mills or. Entertained at a family gathering last sunday guests included or. Tentative plans were made for to weeks touring Europe last sum some of the members to attend and mrs Jerry Higgins. David the state convention in Lincoln on a City or. And mrs. Lyle Schmidt March 30 and 31 miss Zora Ellis and family Lincoln or. And mrs. Of Alabama the International pres Harvey Penner Mer. Mrs. Florence Callaway was chairman of the refreshment com Mittee. Assisted by mrs Hawley ident. Will be the main speaker de a great Deal of useful info Hawley first vice president mation for troop leadership As 1 mrs Frank Krueger second vice unite Odds ends Bookcase to provide a spot of peace Leen seng and Sally Beck of pm j we m a Basic insight into the president miss Zelda Stevens Sec Coln. Who Are trained workers i Wypp and am a scouting retard miss Marjorie Ruth Par the crapped Black velvet jacket and quiet away from the Mam with braid trim is a Handy fill Stream of family living. In for a depleted Winter wardrobe fort Morgan Colo. Or. And mrs. Roland Higgins and family or. And or s. John Barnard or. And family. Or. And mrs. Charles Higgins or. And family All of Beatrice. North Booster station for Valen tine party hostesses merge Lea. Quot Urc Quot a a Quot it Quot to Quot a l\amen�ar7an a a Misi Nicauri ran work wonders for Odds and r cd Roif Rorri in 1 1 a covered dish luncheon at i a it it a the Lay Husker War scout which is to build a girl s charac Namen tarian. And Viniss Jacques Soi Bernie Snake lord and in i no ,, ukr Kirin int hath re. A. L l. I to Riu a u a try no ii apr rid in Ini a n it it i Church Cycle 2, 1 30 p. I with Council which includes both be teaching her How to plan Bock was appointed treasure mrs. Thelmar Humphrey. 1521 no. 13th. 3. 1 30 p. Rn., with mrs. A Trice and Wymore Gelina Dillow. Agnes Fishbach Circle 7 30 p rn., at parsonage. 920 no. 8th. Tuesday by. C.,ub.7._m. William Davit Sik no 7th. Rcle who took the course were Given 5. 1 30 p. I with mrs. Dean Basic knowledge in the leadership Sackett 523 no. 4th. And work and have fun in a group the members a took a tour Quot thru c. J. Umphenour 689 w court was Given on four separate Days Circle 4. 1 30 p. Rn., with mrs. I in five hour segments. Those this was a 20 hour course and 1 and be to develop her own skills Spain with miss Grace Souther Denmark. Norway Switzer and mrs. Wally Weekes hostess. Women of Christ episcopal Church 7 30 p. Rn., at the Parish Hall. Important business and Dis and interests which will in turn Benefit All those with whom she comes in Contact separates. A private Retreat for a private hideaway tuck a mattress care a mattress should be aired daily turned and vacuumed or Brush birthday luncheon mrs. H. Of. Sack Eft was guest of Honor at a dessert luncheon on the de once a week try sponging with 2rra�, to a Little sudsy water to help re Lenmark Norway Arnzen Ain a re re m five ads. Then set an and Austria with min mild i Lait foam Cha a in your it dam work an . To d m k. Hansen and miss Wilma Sawyer add a Good lamp and a in a i i of girls of All Ages. The meaning Apo Don. 8 p. Rn., honouring i and history of girl scouting Wera Cushion of drop acts for Tho year i Charier members. Officers Wear discussed wit e asic dessert and Coffee to be served White. Committee. Lessie Stroh. Character traits Hiir Din 7v in Thorne Mabel Beckman Mae Blevins. Au-1 a a Chr no of a of mrs. I Graves. 709 no. 9th. Call it Ault Thelma Manville. Josie a Jujj a he Umphenour and sue Jalink Husker cow Neil i willing helpers of the Presby Natomia organization of girl elks club rooms. Public invited Tenan Church i p. Rn., covered-1 5 was illustrated. Cut drying time after Sud sing a Bulky knit Sarah cd id Well was hostess for the affair and members of mrs. Sacketti a family and a few dose friends were guests. Rib boned Mink those wedding ring Mink pieces and make reservations duplicate Bridge 7 30 p. Rn., a sweater stuff it with one or More now come with lining of velvet towels to Sepal ate the front and ribbon they re being done in Fox Back so air can circulate. This too berth White and norwegian Blue cuts in time Ion drab Vari bide a wee club i p. Rn., dessert with mrs. Curtis Dickerson. Sos club at first National Bank Friendship room hostesses mrs. United lutheran Church. Quot what dish luncheon at the Church. Mrs. Collier Devotion period. There was discussion of the eleven program Fields of i r i afternoon Circle of the Trinity Fame attending were >.2 i. T u of \1 k n re living longer despite the increased number of Auto fatalities a new born male child in the . Can expect to live to 69 years 9 months. This is an la year increase since 1936. Medical advancements and new Miracle drugs have played an important role in this increase. Prescriptions and drugs Are our business. Come to us for prompt dependable service. Your cd ii pharmacy Warren drug stores phone Ca 3-4034 01 Ca 3-2309 shown Haw to outline programs for troops for an entire year building them around the program Fields. To 00 p financing was brought in As Well As the role at the troop committee. There were film strips to illustrate the International Friendship aspect of scouting including one on the Juliette Low fund and one each of the girl scout Cabana in Mexico and the chalet in Switzerland. Those attending were divided into patrols much the same As a scout troop would be. Each Day i the patrols were Given assignments which they were asked to report upon and in some instances demonstrate. These assignments j included such things As How t o induct a hag ceremony properly scout leaders were divided into patrols and were Given assignments to report and a a a to for the Dav Are from the left seated mrs. L. Kirkpatrick standing mrs Delbert Mckiddy distinctive Beauty and Tutor Are found in each service we conduct. Hew to Noen or close a troop meet demonstrate upon. Checking Over their reports for the Dav Are from the left seated mrs my. How to plan for a cookout. J >1 a it Igell a he to make up a brat Aid kit. I and mar Hur Pohl its in Pho a it How to build various kinds of fires and in general How to work As a patrol for the Good of a troop. On the final Day of the course a Cook out was held at the girl scout Cabin in Riverside Park was one of the nine top students Grees were conferred on 357 Stu Adams. Wilber lass graduates at mid year Margaret Ann thimm Wilber i baccalaureate and advanced de Cal engineering Larry l. Fritz fun uni 423 flit strut Ca 32341 ill rat Kitfu Baris in Ikumi feta this Cook out was planned completely in patrols including menu cooking equipment list clean up and Trail laying in Short the patrols had worked out All of the details necessary to tile Success of a troop cookout. Since cooking out and camping Are two of the most popular activities offered to girl scouts it is most important at the University of Nebraska who dents. Among them Bachelor of science in Mech an is. Received Bachelor degrees during j honorary doctor of engineering Cal engineering John f. F Kory midyear commencement exerciser. Glenn w. Burton of Tifton Beatrice. I a a a native of Clatonia. Bachelor of science in Educa daughter of or. And mrs. To Bachelor of science in agn Cul Tion Marjorie j. Brolhorst beat Bert g. Thimm miss thimm re lure Gilbert l. Lanssen. Fairbury Rice Hjordis Fangmeyer Bruce Cei Ved her Bachelor of science in Harold d. Knobel Daykin Lar j Beatrice Mabel a Haj Mueller education Quot with she by j. Tadken Firth. Bachelor of science in Home specialized in speech therapy. A Wymore. Master of science Larry g. Only three other graduates re economics Lola j. Triska Paw Fischer Adams William l. Macy that the Leader of a scout troop Cei Ved higher honors degrees Nee City. A familiar with at least the Bas Quot with High Bachelor of science in electro Mouth. Beatrice Richard e. Roelfs ply saw lava Job Vesper chapter no. 9, Oes i holds installation ceremonies varied activities in the news

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