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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Beatrice, Nebraska 4 Beatrice Sun Beatrice neb. Sun. Jan. 26, 1958 j in it notes by Wilma Huff Gas company methodist Church circles the evening Circle of we in a menus society of Christian service v Nome site of Centenary methodist Church of Circle s meeting Quot a thursday 16 Ai the ,.c,. To Home of mrs. Warren Swartz with Circle 5 of a. Josepn members and one guest pre society my at the heme of or. The bus mess Meeli i. Mcdonald fourteen Mem con acted by of chairman. Mrs. Bern were presen and one guest Sec Berf mrs. Lyle Hen u 1 a Meyer. Chs gave the devotions dealing the Peru win b Pravir mrs Warren Cham rec ration of the Rosary and the a a ave the prof ram Imro Duc. to me i re my the group to the Book entitled a Litany of the sacred heart eve. Pack a voice by Wal cereals u As m a l1 Winter g. Mudder. The Book will be Krea tast cereals an j for he sic a Reading ,.the More than two dozen varies Given by Amanda Grabouski a round ties o hot and ready to eat break for stud Jav club. . Holds installation service who wish to read it. Assistant fast cereals on today a Market Are after Nix it a social Besses were mrs. Allen men processed inn Cipully from four v with in is received by mrs. Be Batjer. And mrs grains a Corn. Oats. Rice and William Bohnert and Emma Grell. J Joan Davison Secre wheat. Though a fifth Gram a bar the next meet my will be Jan. A it k a Iso used in some cereals at the Beatrice National bask by. A f met a. The Nome As a by end with wheat. Thus the Community room with mrs. Aug i Aars Adolphus Ake for a 1 15 or. _ i ii n it Tirik v a a a re a Cerea s Are vane in flavor As a a it Grey As hostess. Installation of officers for Vesper chapter no. 9, 0. E. S. We As held saturday evening january 18th, with 135 in attendance. Lighted Blue tapers in a White candelabra with a Basket of White Flowers tied with a Blue ribbon formed the setting in the East for the installation ceremony. The tapers were lighted by Sandra Lin Scott and Junia Engberg. Distinguished guests introduced and welcomed were or. John Williamson. Worshipful master of Beatrice Lodge no. 26 of am or. Gene s. Whitney. Pm i i n e n t commander elect of mount Herman commander no. Are the Basic Grams a varied in flavor Roo by the ways in which the Grams Are processed. And they Are widely vane in texture Sirice Well known breakfast cereals May be flaked puffed shredded oven toasted or granulated to different degrees of fineness. Many of today s cereals Are so processed Dut no manufacture As to be Quick cooking a that is to require Only a Little cooking to make them tender flavorful and ready to serve. Others Are precooked and Are a a instantly prepared. Hot Cereal properly prepared is completely free of lumps neither too thick nor too thin to be appetizing and served piping hot. And this same Standard holds True whether the Cereal is of the regular. Quick cooking or instant Type. The manufacturer s directions for cooking Cereal printed on the package Label Are the most accurate guide to both measurement and of troop 53 dessert with 28 members present. Mrs. Roy Rice the president called the meeting to order. Mrs. Robt. Nightengale gave the Devotion entitle a a lets resolved by Roy Smith. Mrs. E. H. Rhineshart gave a very interesting Book review on japans growth toward its Christian worship in the last too years from the Book a ten against the storm committee in charge miss Roxanna Peckman mrs. Merrick Winter mrs. E. G. Maxwell mrs. W. R. Clifford and mrs. Harry Morris. Mrs. Cia Reynolds assistant installing officer mrs. Erma Roth Leitner installing marshal and mrs. Ruby Weigel. Installing chaplain miss Imogene Scamman installing organist. Six Candle bearers mrs Evelyn Linscott mrs. Letha Whitney. Mrs Vesta Beal mrs. Edith Book. Mrs Lucille Rinne and mrs. Mattine Deeringer formed an Isle of Light through which the newly installed worthy Matron. Miss Frances Ger Hardt escorted to the East while mrs. Mary Cully accompanied by miss Imogene Scamman Sang a a there a a Light in the sky. Officers installed were worthy 7, and grand Captain of the guard it Matron miss Frances Gerhardt of the grand Council of Roval and worthy Patron or. Percy Bick select masters in Nebraska. Or. Perry l. Erixson illustrious master of Raboni Council no. 9. Royal and select masters and excellent High priest of Livingston chapter no. To Royal Arch masons. Mrs. Vera Crowley worthy Matron of Violet chapter no. 105. Wpm More Nebraska. Associate Matron mrs. Alberta Stratford associate Patron or. Richard Stratford Secretary miss Eyleene Woods treasurer mrs. Marjorie Bick conduct Ress mrs. Louise Beeson associate conduct Ress mrs. Norma Smith chaplain. Mrs. Verna Smith marshal. Mrs. Maria Gerberding Adah miss Martha. Mrs. Kathleen How rom. Mrs. Sara try warder mrs. Teressa Kramer Sentinel. Or. Vernon r. Mulig. Mrs. Helen Brake organist unable to be present and will be installed at a later Date. Ushers were miss Jean Schnel Ler and mrs. Esther Knispel. Gifts from the 1957 officers were presented to miss Eyleene Woods retiring worthy Matron and or. Asa Book retiring worthy Patron by mrs. Alberta Stratford and m r. Percy Bick. Presentation of past matrons and past patrons jewels were made by mrs. Lucille Rinne and or. Gene Whitney. After the installation ceremony a reception held for the newly installed officers. The tables were beautifully decorated with Blue and White stars and tall Blue tapers and violets. Miss Eyleene Woods poured. Com mite in charge were mrs. Beulah Madison mrs. Anna Schneller miss Jean Schneller. Mrs. Bern Adine Humphrey mrs. Esther Knispel. Mrs. Alvalah Williams mrs. Florine Betten and mrs. Ernestine Sears. The installing officers were miss Joyce Black Ruth mrs. Hazel Eyleene Woods. Installing officer Axtell Esther mrs. Isabel Strough Sun want ads bring results. Install officers in Odd Fellows at a meeting thursday evening the Lodge Hall Here officers of the Higgins Encampment no. 16. 10-of were installed. Installations were by District Deputy grand patriarch Lester Nicholson and his staff. Installed were chief patriarch. Wallace Mansfield senior Warden Keith Hansen High priest. M. W Coleman scribe. Geo. Tabor treasurer Earl Weirman guide Virgil Simmons first watch j. W. Bowers second watch Richard Hollenbeck third watch Walter Lewis. Fourth watch James Scott inner Sentinel Lester Nicholson outer Sentinel Phillip Hall first guard of tent Leland Edwards second guard of tent Ivan Nicholson. Refreshments were served following installation ceremonies. Hearing secret the ring neck pheasant first transplanted to this country from the Orient in 1881. Now it is one of the principal game Birds of the United states. This Man is wearing the smallest Monotone hearing Aid Ever. But w Here is it he has a secret its worm entirely in the ear. No coh nothing worn anywhere else. Son Tont or. Joe Gerteisen Monotone hearing Aid consultant will be at the paddock hotel Beatrice Nebr. On Friday. January 31, from 9 to 12 noon come in and Sec these new hearing aids. Troop 53 met Jan 13. We Drew Oxford Circle met january 16 to see who would make our troop Vav it the mrs. W. J. Winker for a Des wish at the a burning of the j serf luncheon served by mrs. Con greens Quot. The wish we chose to j Schleich mrs. Lavelle Foulk and make a that peace would mrs. Charles Mccoy. There were reign throughout the world. We then attended the a burning of the greens together. Treats of Candy bars were brought by Ludy 24 members and one guest present. Mrs. J. M. Hannaford presided during the business meeting in the absence of mrs. Harold Griffith. The devotions were Given by Langdale. On Jan. 20 we were invited to is k. J Nelson. Hie program a a attend troop 19�?Ts meeting to hear lands of witness and decision methods to use for a successful j their assistant Leader mrs. Turner Ven y rss Damps Knisely. Product. Spicy Apple bread 2 cups sifted All purpose flour i Teaspoon soda i Teaspoon Salt i Teaspoon cinnamon % Teaspoon Nutmeg i Teaspoon cloves cup Brown sugar % cup shortening i eggs 1 cup grated raw apples 6 Tablespoons whaler 2 Tablespoons Lemon juice i Teaspoon Vanilla i cup chopped nuts 1. Combine flour soda Salt cinnamon Nutmeg and cloves. 2. Cream together Brown sugar speak on puerto Rico. We then Whiting ircle met for dessert played Bingo. We enjoyed mrs i luncheon at the Home of mrs. Turners talk very much and had j Dwight Modi for a 1 15 dessert a very Good time. They had hot chocolate and cookies As treats. Judy Langdale scribe. Troop 56 troop 56 met at the leaders Home. We read through our play. Helen Lickliter hostess. Norma Schmidt scribe. Troop 19 troop 19 met at mrs. Kec Heiy a Home. We chose our patrols and president and vice president. We closed with the girl scout Promise. Scribe Brenda Dorman. Troop 60 senior scout Troon 60 met Jan. And shortening. Add eggs and beah20 1w8 at he methodist Church. In ii smooth. My nudes 0f the last 3. Add Day ingredients to the j Ming Anco the treasurers recreated mixture alternately with grated Apple. Water Lemon juice wdiscus5ed Bobbing and Vanilla. 4. Blend in nuts. 5. Pour into greased 9x5x3 Inch loaf pan bake in preheated oven 350 degrees for 60 to 70 minutes. Makes i loaf bread. Frozen meat b ails a a carte party which will be held Jan. 22 from 7 to 9 p. In. We also talked about going to Camp Catron july 12 to 23. After that we broke up into two groups. Under mrs. Ensz we Dis a to he cussed the 5-Point program and say at East double the amount of under mrs Bor and we djscus5ed hamburger you need for your a our service projects verite meat Ball recipe and freeze part of mixture this easy Way season meat As you like it form troop 48 on january 21. Troop 48 met in lightly into tiny balls place on a the activities room at paddock Cooky Sheet and put into the Freez Lane school. Court of awards or to fast freeze. When completely he Dai of the amp girls in the troop Frozen drop the balls into plastic received second class badges bags and Seal. They won t stick i Lynne Gage and Connie Root got together so you can take out As wings of it so of the troop got world Many As you need for a Quick pins and the following badges lunch or supper. Thev will thaw As were awarded Cheryl Walker Thev Cook and Brown. Writer Story Teller Reader Eye level recipe Holder All the musician Dor and cat and Bird. Recipe cards Are punched Al theist Nej arc dam it or Reader Center top with an Ordinary tally1 or Quoter mus Cian seamstress and punch. When cooking slip the card onto a Metal cup Hook fastened at a convenient height Over the work surface where its out of the Way but easy to read. This also keeps the recipe cards neat and clean. Camp Craft Janice severence Garden Flower tree and Bird Cheri Gerhart Salt water and Bird Carol Sederberg insect Julie Carstens Bird Bonnie Roberts Cam Craft Sharon Dees Campti a. Turn. T Craft Julie Reed. Tree and Deb Multi uses with plastic keep a. Pm a i a length of dear plastic Quot i luncheon on thursday january 16. The following committee served mrs. Edith Hoffman miss f Thel hours mrs. Nettie Brown mrs. J. L. Fralin and mrs. Raymond Johnson. Seventeen members Ana one guest attended. Mrs. Harold Ensz presented the worship service. Mrs. B. R. Shaffer r a viewed the study Book a ten against the storm by Picard. Mrs. Kenneth Reed Circle chairman. Presided at the business meeting and presented announcements. Whiting Circle will serve the workshop luncheon on january 28 and a wedding on february 2. The next meeting will be at the Home of mrs. Ernest Hubka Asbury Circle met Jan. 16 with or. Bessie Floyd. A 1 15 dessert luncheon served by mrs. Uia Reynolds mrs. Nellie Williamson and mrs. G. A. Hart. Devotions were Given by mrs. L. D. Spence who used an article a Good will a new years Challenge to t h e family the chairman mrs. To ser announced the youth dinner feb. To and the annual state .s. Conference to be held in Omaha March 25, 26, and 27. This month we Are remembering the guests at two of the nursing Homes mrs. Harvey seng brought t h e program to us using an introduction to the study Book a i n every place a voice. There were 20 members present and to Calls reported. We Sang taps and had the Friendship Circle. Scribe. Cheryl Walker. Half Handy in the Kitchen to Speed Many a cooking Job and save Messy cleanups. Use it to cover the j table or counter when rolling out pubic a a North Otto St., tie crackers for crumbs breading i Trice. Nebr. Meals vegetables and croquettes Marvin Marvin found Al publisher Sieving flour for measuring or e shaping pie crust or biscuits. It member of associated press washes easily and can be used Over and Over again. A a state Steps Louisiana a Capitol rising above Baton Rouge includes 48 Steps each marked with the name of a state and the Date of its Entrance into the Union. Subscription rates by Camel boy soc per week by mall in and Ance in Beatrice Trade territory 1 gone year la of is months 13.75 three Mon his 12 00 All other mail published daily except saturday now year s Day Independence Day i ibor Day. Thanksgiving and Christ Mas entered at Post office. Beatrice. Nebraska As second class matter july 2, 1902. Under act of Congress May 8. 1879 activities Here this week monday Beatrice National Bank common chapter pm . Meets with j by room at to a. In. To secure a George Barber assisted by trial and identification. Thursday Circle three of St. Josephus a program mrs mrs. R a. Drishaus. Mrs. William Simic. Christ Church episcopal United auxiliary meets at Parish House at 7 30 p. In. Annual business meeting. Refreshments tuesday West Side Baptist Church women s prayer meeting at 2 p. In. I a to Date Bridge club. Mrs Walter Vasey hostess. Presbyterian Circle meetings j Circle no. I met with mrs. A. E. Grapengeter hostess mrs. J. E. Whitmer mrs. J. M. Quicken Bush co hostesses. Eighteen members and one guest present. Mrs. W. C. Smith gave the devotions. Mrs. J. M. Quackenbush Leader presided at the business meeting. The following officers were elected mrs. E. J. Howey assistant Leader mrs. J. E. Whitmer Secretary treasurer. Discussion held regarding the study plans and overseas sewing projects. Meeting closed with prayer. Circle no. 2 met with mrs. Jack Graves hostess. Mrs. Everett Jones co hostess. Attending were 23 members and one guest mrs. Vern Graves. Mrs. Ross Mccown gave the devotions. Mrs. Everett Jones Leader presided at the business meeting and the following officers were elected. Mrs. Karl Gerathewohl assistant Leader. M r s. Henry Kerl Secretary treasurer. Study plans and overseas sewing projects were the subjects of discussion. The meeting closed with prayer. Circle no. 3 met with mrs. A. G. , hostess mrs. Robert Kyle co hostess. Present were 16 members and two guests mrs. H. Willard Lampe and miss Grace Curley. Mrs. H. Willard Lampe gave the devotions. Mrs. Wissel Leader presided at the business meeting and the following officers were tar society meets at 8 p. In. With Eie a. Mrs j. Or Davis assist mrs Howard Mahoney As hostess bring auction article. Methodist menus Fellowship soup supper at 6 30 program Harry Fox will present a film and explanation of the a Nebraska Eye Bank. St. Paul s lutheran Church so first mennonite Circle 3 meets Cial club meets at 6 30. At 2 p. In. Business and professional women club dinner at y w a. At 6 p. In. Home Craft club will meet with mrs. W. B. Smith 1319 court St., for a i 15 dessert luncheon. Mrs George Caruthers assisting hostess. Wednesday ant Leader mrs. L. H. Grosshans Secretary treasurer. Discussion held regarding study plans and overseas sewing projects. The meeting closed with prayer. Circle no. 4 met with mrs. Charles Dickenman hostess mrs. F. W. I oilers mrs. Robin Brubaker co hostess. Present were 13 members mennonite Circle 2 meets at j and one guest mrs. W. E. Shaver p. In. Circle 4 of St. Joseph altar society meet thursday at 2 p in. In Friendship room of first National Bank. Mrs. Robert Graff hostess. Mrs. Joe Jacobsen gave the the devotions. Mrs. Harry Price Leader presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Elmer Headley elector Secretary treasurer. Study j plans and overseas sewing projects Circle 5 of St. Joseph s altar so were the subjects of discussion. The j piety will meet at Beatrice a meeting closed with prayer Ona Bank Community room with Circle no. 5 met with mrs. We Cedar school . At 3 p m. I mrs. August grel As hostess. I Ham Sonderegger hostess mrs. The study course on the gospel Friday Kent trindel. Co hostess. Nineteen of by. Lark will be in id at u t St Pauls . Meets it. 7 30 members and one guest were present. Mrs. Charles Justis led the devotions. Mrs. Kenneth Shultz Leader presided at the business meeting. The following officers Filley methodist Church Jan. 29 at p. M i 45 p in. Taught by mrs. Ivan St. Johns lutheran Church Busy hedge. J marthas at 2 it a none Church family night at 8 p. In. Haleber club will meet at i 30 p in for a dessert luncheon with mrs Louise Ragan at 1341 Market meeting of All mothers parti Tilting m a March a1 dimes at p. In. Arts and Craft club meets with mrs. Harold Griffeth co hostess mrs. Berm Shaffer. Program. Mrs John Dobbs saturday elks dance and smorgasbord Good orchestra. Were elected mrs. Ernest Sebby a Distant Leader mrs. Burnell Guy Secretary treasurer. The evening w As spent discussing plans f o r study and sewing projects. The meet Rig closed with prayer. A thank you to the citizens of Beatrice on the for fit Plant i he Hoard of directors of the Beatrice development corporation wish at this time to pay tribute to Beatrice anti age county citizens for their splendid cooperation in the years gone by. We respectfully and sincerely Hope we May count on your continued cooperation in the years ahead. To those individuals and firms whose investments made possible the new $170,000 for fit building a special thanks for a Community Job Well done. B.d. Board of directors the following firms by classification participated in the form if building drive $10,000 and above Beatrice National Bank $5,000-$10,000 store Kraft manufacturing co. Herbert t. Weston or. J. B. Weston $3,000-$5,000 Dempster Mill manufacturing co $1,000-53,000 Aller amp Pease inc. Bailer shoe store Beatrice foods co. Beatrice Iron and Metal co. Beatrice motor freight Beatrice steel l Ank mfg. Co. Beatrice super Market or. C. K. Brott Dana f. Cole amp co. . Elks no. 619 Filley Bank Edmund r. Harder diaries h. Harman hrs. Heine Keti amp Ketelsen Paul Henderson motor co., inc. Or. Harry m. Hepperlen Albert e. Hetherington or. H. G. Amp Rose. Jackson f. 1. Kees Man ii fact ii ring co. Kempker furniture co. Lentz motors la. A. Loper j. M. Mcdonald co. . Radio a. C. Miller amp company de Podtburg. M. Reed insurance Agency Ralph Roszell sack lumber company Schmitt clothing co. Sprague electric service e. S. Stevens company Robert w. Taylor tote system inc. C. J. I Umphenour wholesale Supply co. Ray i. I Umphenour Collins Weston Wilke baking company m. G. W in be $500-$l, too. D. Ackerman Paul Allen Baker electric co. Bates printing Beatrice beverage co. Beatrice Hay amp feed Beatrice window amp door co. Loren i. Bell Lowell Beer Blue Springs state Bank Browne a shoe fit co. Ray j. Calkins or. Edmund m. Carlson coca cola bottling co. Leigh f. Coffin o. A. Cooper company w. H. Davis Agency Joe j. Fritz n a1 Fulton gales gambles Walter l. Gehrke Orville Glass Good enough a f. H. Graf Robert a. Green Heath m. Griffiths Grosshans service Harold Hoskins Howe motor company or. Herb Jackson Eugene m. James Jacob Jansen Joseph Kasparek Donald i. Kelley or. Phil in Kleppinger Klumpp hardware i r. J. G. Krim Gloria aug Louis h. Lang Ray Leath George a. Lessenhop John Lienemann Logan motor sales Mceown Wullschleger amp Baum Laik Rhen Marshall e. G. Maxwell l. J. Messer company. In Minick or. L. D. Modi Mosimann a or j. C. Nelson o. K. Rubber elders e. C. Orr a. Palmer company e. L. Penner Penner insurance Agency. M. Poling h. C. Price propane service company Charles Redmond Dale w. Reid or. W. P. Run Peltes Ralph Saathoff or. August sack in e. Sackett Safeway stores o. S. Searl Ernest Sebby or. Win. J. Simic la. A. Smith Clifford Sorenson or. H. M sunders Leo Soi Skup. Or. Harold w. Struve Sunrise bakery i. V. Mart Henry Tiemann Woortman clothing co. Or. J. C. Waddell Wilcox cleaners or. James e. Winchell Jack Wright l ire amp Battery Ira a. Wright yellow cab co. Other firms not listed by request invested $42,000.00 in the for fit Plant

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