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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - July 21, 1973, Beatrice, Nebraska 4 Beatrice Dally Sun Beatrice nabr., sat., july 21, 1973 or. And mrs. Alvin Menninga of Summerfield Kan., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Monica Rae to Joy b. Renz jr., son of or. And mrs. Joy b. Renz sr., of Summerfield Kan. Miss Menninga is a 1973 graduate of Summerfield High school. Or. Renz is a 1971 graduate of the same school and is employed with Bowhay truck lines. An August wedding is being planned. The betrothal of Darlene Goossen and Lloyd Dieckhoff is announced by the parents of miss Goossen or. And mrs. Theodor Goossen. A 1969 graduate of Beatrice High school the Bride to be attended Bethel College in North Newton Kan. She is now employed by Tempo in Beatrice. Or. Dieckhoff is a 1968 graduate of Beatrice High school. He attended Fairbury Junior College and Peru state College. He is employed at Safeway. They will be wed on september 9 at first mennonite Church Beatrice. Betrothal of the past week an August 24 wedding is being planned by Christine Marie Kleine and Joseph e. Bartels. Announcing their engagement Are the parents of miss Kleine or. And mrs. Melvin Kleine of Daykin. A 1972 graduate of Meridian High school miss Kleine is employed at Bankers life in Lincoln. Or. Bartels son of or. And mrs. Junior e. Bartels of Tobias is also a 1972 graduate of Meridian High school and is engaged in farming near Tobias. Italian designers Are Back stepping by Odette Mengin a fashion writer. Rome a italian fashion designers Are stepping Back a few decades in their fall and Winter collections. Some hover Between the 1950s and the 1940s while others Are going Back As far As 1920. This trend is most evident in skirt lengths. On the second Day of the fashion showings monday hemlines were decidedly longer than in recent years. All covered the knee and some reached Down almost As far As the ankle. One designer brought Back the hour Glass shape emphasizing shoulders and marking waists while the skirts narrowed below the knee. Suits were an important part of every collection and sometimes came in three pieces. Different Woollen fabrics were then used with hounds tooth patterns for jackets stripes for vests and checks for skirts. Colors were dark and subdued. Dilazzaro featured Waterproof capes and velvet dresses with cutouts in the shape of tear drops. Evening dresses often combined lace Over silk or Satin creating a draped effect. Others were highlighted with Silver or Gold threads. Home talk from courthouse by Gwen Cooper Gage county Extension agent Sun want ads bring results if your family likes hot bread but you re too Busy to prepare the dough yourself do something creative with prepared doughs. Choose from canned refrigerator Roll and biscuit dough or Frozen dough. Store refrigerated dough in the coldest part of your refrigerator. Do not freeze. And always use the package before the Date on the end. Keep Frozen dough in the Freezer. When ready to use thaw in the original wrapper in the refrigerator for 24 hours for Best results. If thawed at room temperature they May Rise on the outside and still be Frozen or icy on the inside. Here Are some recipes which can be made from prepared doughs. Or if you want to you can use your own homemade dough. Reuben Roll ups i can refrigerated Crescent Rolls 8 think slices cooked corned beef Beatrice teachers attend . Convention in Portland or. And mrs. Robert person Susan and Steve returned Home last sunday afternoon after a four week trip to the West coast which combined business and pleasure. They went through Nevada spent three Days in san Francisco Calif and went on to Portland ore., where they camped for a week with Many of the 8,000 other delegates to the National a education association convention. Or. Person who is a member of the Board of directors of the Nebraska state education Assn., was one of its delegates to he convention. They then went into Washington state and Montana and returned Home through Yellowstone National Park stopping in Laramie wyo., to visit or. Persons parents or. And mrs. William person. Or. And mrs. Cecil Richmond also attended the National education association convention where or. Richmond was an alternate Delegate of the Beatrice education Assn. They left Beatrice june 28 and drove to Portland for the week Long meeting returning Home last saturday. In Spearfish s.d., they visited or. And mrs. Ben Henry and at Portland ore., visited with or. And mrs. Bill Wahl. Mrs. Wahl is the former Claudia Hannibal who was formerly of Beatrice. Jerry Hepp president of the . And his family started to the . Convention and Enro Ute there stopped in Seattle wash., to visit mrs. Hepps parents or. And mrs. William Catlett. While there or. Hepp became ill and was hospitalized a Seattle for a week. They then returned to Beatrice where he underwent surgery. He is now Home from the Hospital and getting his reports of the con i vent Ion secondhand. I Uii entertaining at a Farewell Coffee this week at her Home was mrs. V. K. Patrick who paid Courtesy to mrs. Martin Findling and mrs. Ron Jepson both of whom Are leaving with their families for Naperville Iii where they will be making their Homes. Each was presented a hostess gift. M r. And mrs. Eugene Lawrence and 15 year old son Victor of Wichita ran., visited for several Days in Beatrice with her parents or. And mrs. Fred Sonderegger on their return trip from an extended vacation spent in Alaska. Or. And mrs. Ronald Sutter and family spent last weekend in Kearney where they were guests of or. And mrs. Will lantis and family. Or. Sutter was there for the annual Golf invite penal. Mayor and mrs. Robert Sargent spent last weekend in Mendon mo., with mrs. Sargent a parents or. And mrs. Leslie Chapman. On sunday they All went to Quincy 111., for a family reunion. In Fremont this sunday afternoon will be mrs. Wayne Gierhart mrs. Donald Catlin mrs. Robert Sargent sr., and miss Sharon Henzel of Virginia who will be attending a state Bowling workshop. Or. And mrs. Robert s. Marvin returned wednesday from a two weel vacation. They flew to san Francisco calf., then to Victoria and Vancouver Canada and on to Calgary where they rented a car and toured Calgary Banff and Lake Louise. Mrs. H. J. Kierstead of Lincoln spent the past weekend with or. And mrs. J. M. Kierstead in Beatrice. Or. Robert Kierstead of Lincoln was a sunday afternoon visitor. Or. And mrs. D. A. Engberg entertained at a sunday birthday dinner where the first birthday of their grandson Darren Strobe son of or. And mrs. S. K. Strobe of fort Hood Texas which was saturday was celebrated. The birthday of a Friend miss Huldah Fieselman was also observed. Other guests were a granddaughter Charlotte Engbert of Grinell Iowa or. And mrs. H. H. Schuster and their grandson Brian Vanderheiden of Lincoln or. And mrs. S. K. Strobe and miss Esther offer of Hickman. A monday breakfast guest of the Engberg and the strobes was mrs. Pat of Kimball who was a Wesleyan University classmate of mrs. Strobe and Sheryl Lampe who had been Here for the sunday evening wedding of miss Lampe and Gary Harrington. O n wednesday Charlotte Engberg arrived Back in Beatrice for a vist with her grandparents and on thursday or. And mrs. Strobe Brenda and Darren left for their Home at West fort Hood Texas. Last saturday afternoon guests of or. And mrs. Ernest Svoboda were or. And mrs. Ray Griesemer and or. And mrs. Allen Griesemer and family All of Lincoln. Guests of the Svoboda last weekend were Frank Svoboda sr., and or. And mrs. Frank Svoboda or. Of Oregon 111. Frank Svoboda sr., is a brother of or. Svoboda. They were joined on sunday by another brother and his wife or. And mrs. Harry Svoboda sr., of Barneston and All drove to Milligan to visit yet another brother John Svoboda. M r. And mrs. Daniel Ostrander Lori Lee Brenda Lee and Danny Edward land Sherry Ostrander All of Galesburg ii visited recently with or. And mrs. Eddie Ostrander. Vernia Stevens returned this week from a 5,000 mile motor trip during which she visited and was interviewed at 16 Indian reservations in Colorado Utah Wyoming Montana North and South Dakota. She has accepted a position As Counselor on the Crow Creek Indian reservation in South Dakota. Or. And mrs. Ray Salisbury returned Home last thursday after 3y2 weeks in Europe accompanying or. And mrs. Harold Salisbury of Chicago. They made the non Stop flight from Chicago to London and visited Copenhagen Denmark Amsterdam and Rotterdam Holland Frankfort Germany and Zurich Switzerland. They took a three Day boat trip up the Rhine River from Rotterdam to Frankfort Germany then took the electric train to Zurich Switzerland. They All made a number of trips to the Alps and enjoyed their entire trip to the different countries. Ross division has returned from new Albany ind., where he wished with David Brengle at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Richard Brengle who were formerly of Beatrice. Or. And mrs. David m. Gleason and family returned to Beatrice last thursday after a Colorado vacation. They were in Colorado Springs and Denver and visited at Estes Park colo., with or. And mrs. Dennis Byars and or. And mrs. Pres Byars. % cup sauerkraut Well drained y2 cup shredded Swiss cheese 2 Tablespoons thousand Island dressing i Teaspoon Caraway seeds 1. Preheat oven to 375. 2. Combine sauerkraut shredded Swiss cheese thousand Island dressing and Caraway seeds. 3. Place 2 Tablespoons mixture on one slice of corned beef Roll up. Place on wide end of Crescent Roll. Roll up Crescent Roll. 4. Place on greased cookie Sheet. 5. Bake 10-15 minutes until Golden Brown. Serve hot. Herb Parmesan Bubble loaf i package 3 lbs Frozen White bread dough 3 loaves it cup plus 2 Tablespoons butter or Margarine melted 2-3 cup grated Parmesan cheese 4 Teaspoons italian seasoning 1. Day before remove dough from Freezer. Refrigerate in wrapper 24 hours to thaw completely. Next Day Brush inside of 2 9 x 5 x 3 Inch loaf pane with i Tablespoon melted butter. 2. Combine cheese and italian seasoning mix Well. About 3 hours before serving remove dough from refrigerator. Cut one loaf in half crosswise. To shape loaves on lightly floured surface place i is loaves of bread dough together end to end joining ends. Refrigerate rest of dough until ready to shape. Shape into a Roll 15 inches Long with hands. Cut Roll crosswise into 15 -1 Inch slices. Cut each slice in half. Shape each piece into a smooth Ball. Dip balls in y4 cup melted butter. Arrange 15 balls in Bottom of prepared pan. Sprinkle with y4 Herb cheese mixture. Place remaking balls of dough in pan to make a second layer. Sprinkle with y4 Herb cheese mixture. Repeat with rest of bread dough and Herb cheese mixture to make a second loaf. 3. Cover with towels let Rise in warm place 85 degree free from drafts until double in bulk i to 1v� hours. Meanwhile preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake loaves 40 minutes or until browned. Let loaves stand in pans 5 minutes before removing. Serve warm. Makes 2 loaves. The engagement of Karen Lynn Kleman and Donald r. Ross is being announced by the parents of miss Kleman or. And mrs. Leslie g. Kleman of Chadron formerly of Beatrice. Miss Kleman is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. W. R. Kleman and or. And mrs. O. S. Shower of Beatrice. The Bride to be is a graduate of Chadron High school and attended Chadron state College. She is employed by the first National Bank in Chadron. Or. Ross is a graduate of Colorado state University and the University of Northern Colorado and is employed by the Chadron City schools As an instructor of science in the Middle school. A september i wedding is planned. Rinse away Fly always a Creme rinse after shampooing will Cut Down on electricity and Fly away hair during the Winter months. Top ten records Best Selling records of the week based on the Cash Box magazines nationwide Survey a give me love a George Harrison a will it go round in circles a Billy Preston a Kodachrome a Paul Simon a playground in my mind a Clint Holmes a is Ambala a three dog night a my love a wings a natural High a Bloodstone a one of a kind a spinners a Long train running a Doobie Brothers Quot bad bad Leroy Brown a Jim Croce announcing the engagement of their daughter Nancy to Eugene Waltke son of or. And mrs. Ernest Waltke of Lincoln formerly of Beatrice Are or. And mrs. William r. Day. Miss Day a 1970 graduate of Beatrice High school is employed by the developmental and training activities Center at the Beatrice state Home. Or. Waltke also a 1970 graduate of Beatrice High school is a member of Chi Phi fraternity at the University of Nebraska. He is a senior majoring in Industrial engineering and management systems. They have chosen september i for their wedding Date. Zabloudil studio the approaching marriage of their daughter Carla june to Mark Eugene Meus bom is being announced by or. And mrs. Lawrence Johnson of Bremen Kan. A 1973 graduate of Hanover High school miss Johnson is employed at Square d company in Lincoln. Or. Meus bom a 1972 graduate of Hanover High school is the son of or. And mrs. Otis Meus bom of Houston Texas. He is employed at Abc electric in Lincoln. An october 13 wedding is Plann Cpl. Planning a september 9 wedding Are Dianne Ottersberg and Steven Randell. Miss Ottersberg is the daughter of or. And mrs. Harold Ottersberg of Wymore. She is a 1970 graduate of Wymore Southern High school and a graduate of the grand Island school of business. She is employed by Lincoln Liberty life insurance company Lincoln. Or. Randell son of or. And mrs. Delver Randell of Wahoo is a 1969 graduate of Wahoo High school and is employed by Price Johnson and Ericson engineers at Wahoo. Books of interest at the Beatrice Public Library motorcycle racer by John Covington. Motorcycle racing May be of interest to Only a limited group but it is prevalently quite a practice especially if it is an organized affair. Eddie Moats was a High school dropout Nineteen years of age who had joined the roamers a Street Riding and social group. Through this he stumbled into organized racing and a life of some involvement. One woman a Arctic by Sheila Burnford. Mrs. Burnford who will be remembered for her incredible journey has spent two wonderful Summers close to the North pole in the Community of Pond Inlet. She has made a study of the inuit eskimos whom she greatly admires. She has travelled considerably Over the area by plane by Sidoo a motorized sled and by dog sled. She has also visited blot Island nesting Home of the Snow Goose. Her account offers pleasurable Reading especially for those to whom this is a new Region. The acupuncture murders by Dwight Steward presents an entirely new Field in suspense murders. Acupuncture lore is fascinating As is the treatment of deafness. In this mystery the detective is deaf so we Are Given insight into a world Many of us do not know. The Book has excellent reviews by critics of suspense writings. The Castle of the Demon by Patrick Ruell the scene is a hotel in Scotland where Emily Salter has gone while divorcing her husband. She has with her an oversize dog As her protector. Soon after her arrival at the hotel a number of Odd things happen. A hotel guest disappeared the archaeologists with Peculiar names if they were giving their own began to dig in the be go boyhood. There seems to be a growing tension and feeling of violence it of which Emily becomes an unwitting victim. Suggested by Kathryn Wolfer children a librarian its a Model world by Suzanne Hilton is a Lively account of the fascinating world of scale models. From the oversize watchmakers Model to the Interior decorators miniature. And their uses by space scientists Urban planners sportsmen artists and others. Seven Simeons by Art Zyba sheff is a retold russian folklore tale of seven Brothers and of their seven wonderful talents that aided the handsome King Douda in his courtship of the Beautiful Princess Helena. Leonard Bernstein a biography by Reidy and Richards presents the Story of How firs remarkable conductor was Able to enter the world of serious music and explain it to a television audience. He presented it in a simple natural Way so that children and adults alike could realize the painstaking work that each composer As Beethoven had put into the symphony or work of music written. Shari Lewis has coauthored two books that we now have. Folding paper toys and be nimble and be Quick. The last named Book is part of the head Start series and consists of stories and games created to give younger children a a a workout in Basic muscle skills. It is delightfully imaginative and recommended by the Center for perceptual development. American legion auxiliary hosts birthday party at Good Samaritan Bitting Norman unit no. 27, i e i i z a b e t h Asper Bessie american legion auxiliary met i Hollingsworth Maxine Nicholes for their regular meeting with Fern Sebek Chris Wells Jane president Rosemary Smith j Shelley Dorothy Behrens Alice presiding. A 7 . Dessert or u s s i n a Betty Ellison proceeded the meeting. Kathleen Morrison Helen delegates and alternates were Folkerts Judy Hamilton and elected to attend the depart j de Loris Thornburg. Meat convention being held in Lincoln july 20-21-22. They Are Bev Forke Margaret Adams Mary Mitchell Eunice Sullivan Dianne Forke Mickey Kirk Rose Boosinger Lois Schafer unit no. 27 hosted a birthday party for residents of the Good Samaritan Home on july 18. Birthday cake and game prizes were furnished by the auxiliary. An auxiliary project for this Rosemary Smith Margurte fall will be to sell two year Stout Irene Sokolik Irene planning calenders. A dinner Parde and Marie Dotson. Alternate delegates Are complimentary fashions for All Tennis look an unusual look for evenings is the elongated version of the Tennis sweater. Sleeveless Down to the floor and Complete with cables the sweater is White with red and Blue bands around the neck was prepared for the Forke family in memory of Christine Forke auxiliary member who passed away july 7. Harold Forke commander elect presented the auxiliary with a Flag Carrier a gift from Post no. 27. Hostesses for the evening Rosemary Smith and Maxine Nicholes. Next meeting do you want to look taller and More slender or perhaps you wish to compliment your thin were figure. Either Way it can be a com j will be aug. 13 at which time Plis bed with a Little help from i the girls state delegates will the proper clothing. I give their reports. A 7 . To make a full figure look As j d e s s e r t will proceed the attractive As possible you use meeting. Vertical details that carry the up and Down rather than across. Clothes that fit comfortably and Are made of Light or medium weight dark coloured fabrics with Dull finishes will enhance almost any full figure. _. You pm compliment your thin Chaper of Beta sly a preceptor Theta has Patio supper a Patio supper at the Home of mrs. Olen Brake in Lincoln was enjoyed tuesday evening by the members of preceptor figure by wearing pleated or gathered skirts and clothing plans for the coming years 8 a a a i ,. A program were discussed with details such As pockets Oreg a a a a a we. Gul 0rs auction will be held August 21 with full Cut bodices that nip Ina a at the Waist and flare out Over the hips Are also attractive for this figure. More tips on what to do for Square shoulders Long faces Short necks Large hips Sway backs and Many other figure problems Are available in the Extension bulletin a How to create the look you like dec 73-487 by Gerda Petersen. Copies of this publication Are available at local county Extension offices. Deatrick daily sch ?00 n us is. Beatrice. Nebraska 68310 Robert s a George p Marvin co publish to is up Marvin founder e m Marvin publisher 11103-1964 member of associated press subscription rates by Carrier Hov $1 96 Oer month. 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