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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Beatrice, Nebraska Beatrice Oahu Sun. Beatrice nr., sat. Oft. 74. 1�70. Lutheran Hospital auxiliary honoured for 40 years service at a special luncheon wednesday 37 members of the lutheran Hospital auxiliary were i awarded certificates of appreciation for Volunteer work. The luncheon was planned to Honor the auxiliary members i who have served As volunteers through 40 years of Uninterrupt-1 de service. Auxiliary members have served from one to 39 years As volunteers and the av-1 rage number of years of service is about 19.5. The 37 members honoured wednesday had a total record of 548 years of service and the average number of hours contributed each year is 3,100. Mrs. . Reents Adams who served As the first treasurer of the group i was an honoured guest. Mrs. Sophie Graening 91, is the oldest member of the auxiliary and although she is no longer an Active member mrs. Graening maintains an associate membership. A Christian services was the topic discussed by luncheon speaker pastor Paul Kenyon american lutheran Church in Filley. Emory Giannangelo Hospital administrator gave rhe opening remarks and was master of ceremonies. In addition John Wall Man addressed the group As chairman of the lutheran Hospital society Board of directors. During the luncheon wednes Day the lutheran Hospital auxiliary received notification that they will receive a plaque from the Nebraska state Hospital Assn. For having had the Best project of the year for hospitals of comparable size. This is the second year that such a plaque has been awarded and the lutheran Hospital auxiliary Here has received the award both years. The project this year was a fund raising and Public relations plan where ladies Cfall j churches in the Community gathered at the Hospital each i monday to quilt. The award i was made on the basis of the ecumenical Public relations. Home talk from courthouse by Gwen Cooper Gage county Extension agent lutheran Hospital auxiliary members who have Given the most number of years of Volunteer service Are pictured Here with the lutheran Hospital auxiliary president. Stand ing Marcia Lentz left38 years and Bertha Schlake 36 years. Seated Martha Moehl 37 years and Marguerite Bede 17 years auxiliary pres ident. Sun photo once miss America is sued for divorce new York apr Bess Iverson Grant onetime miss America who now is new York City consumer affairs commissioner had been sued for divorce by her lawyer husband Arnold m. Grant. Grounds cited in his petition to the Manhattan supreme court thursday were not disclosed. The Grams who married in 1962, already have been divorced once in 1967. They remarried but last july she filed suit for a Legal separation and he countered with a similar suit the following month. No grounds were specified in either Case. Methodist . Circle programs Center on Quot family Quot Wesley Circle me at the Home i Elizabeth evening Circle met of mrs. D. H. Meisenbach with 1 at the Home of mrs. . Schick. 12 members present. Mrs. Don there were 13 members pres Ovan Trout and mrs. Fred Mit ent and two guests mrs. Mike Lou ski were co hostesses. An Fisher and mrs. J. David re noun cements were made by Ark. Program was presented by mrs. Clarence Whitmer and mrs. Robert Pella. Co hostesses she also presented the lesson for the evening were mrs. Don a risk in the family i ewer and mrs. Raymond Rohl the november meeting will be fing. With halloween coming on a weekend following a two Day vacation from school this w Ould be a g o o d time to let your youngsters help make treats. They will enjoy doing some simple food preparations. Rolled cookies Are always a favorite. These could be Cut in the shape of pumpkins or witches. A simple Way to make a pumpkin starts with a round cookie. Add a Small rectangular piece for a Stem and flatten one bake i hour at 250 degrees of using two cookie sheets. Stir once during baking time. Here a another favorite Caramel apples 14 of. Caramels 2 Tablespoons water 4 or 5 medium size apples wooden Sticks melt caramels with water in double boiler or in Saucepan Over Low heat. Stir occasionally until sauce is smooth. Wash and dry apples. Insert a stick into Side of the Circle As you press j Stem end of each. Dip into hot on the Stem. Rolled cookies can Caramel sauce turn until coat be easily decorated using an de. Scrape off sauce from Bot music enjoyed at merry hearts club or. And mrs. Ubbe Johnsen of Holmesville entertained with violin and piano sunday afternoon when the merry hearts1 club for the physically handicapped met in the homesteader room. During the business meeting mrs. Irene will became a Mem Ber and names were drawn for the Christmas gift Exchange. A i get Well card was signed for fellow member Mary Walker who is a patient in an Omaha i Hospital. It was decided to Send Christmas cards to servicemen through the Vietnam mail Call. Or. And mrs. James Prokop and Mary Ann served refreshments at the close of the meeting. November 15th is the Date for the next meeting. Members of the lutheran Hospital auxiliary received special recognition for their work As volunteers. Pictured left mrs. Lydia Spilker 35 years mrs. Gebke Bauman 35 years mrs. Almuth Senkeisen 26 years mrs. Etta Ehmen 19 years. Sun photo _ books to be sent to boys in Vietnam twelve members of i Alpha. Rent Slang language of drug Phi chapter Beta Sigma Phi terms. Members brought paper met tuesday evening oct. 20th i Back books which will be sent at the Home of mrs. . Coo to the boys in Vietnam per. The next meeting will be no mrs. Troy Rowen gave the i vember 3rd at the Home of mrs. Program on John heist on a entertaining and three members of the group created stories using the cur-1 Sun want ads bring results it Kath in k daily sum Romp re s amp George 1j. Marvin on to e Marvin Pounder e m Marvin publisher iiu8-u�64 member us associated press subscription rates. By Carrier Bov ji.1 5 per month. By mail i Advance in Beatrice Trade Terri-1 tory one year 51u.5u six it Vitus j a 75 in co months $3 50 All other i mail Sis i Quot one year published Dally except sunday new year s Day. Memorial Day Independence Day. Day thanksgiving and Christmas. Second class postage paid at Beatrice. Nebraska 6s310 at the Home of mrs. Harvey seng. Mrs. Robert Henry was hostess to Aldersgate Circle for a egg Yolk thinned with a Small amount of water and coloured with food colouring. Use a clean water color Brush to apply this to the cookies before baking. Cupcakes Are easy to handle both for the Tricker and the Treater. They can be frosted and decorated using halloween candies. Tom of apples. Place on greased waxed paper chill until firm. Keep in Cool place. The name Alexander is from the greek and Means a defender of student wives to be guests of Pershing College women s club the first regular meeting of Tho Pershing College women a Epworth Circle met at the 9 15 Coffee. Mrs. Ula b. Rey Home of mrs. Ralph Heikes with nolds was co hostess. Twenty Homecoming. By candlelight Las vegas Nev. A a new county air Pollut on control Law forced cancellation of the traditional Homecoming weekend Bonfire at Clark High school. So about 700 students will Light candles clean bum ing ones they say on the practice Field where the Bonfire had been held in years past. To members present. Mrs James Douthit was co hostess. Mrs. Ralph Heikes presented the program and devotions a risks in the family mrs. Conrad Ide and mrs. William Zabel were co hostesses to Whiting Circle which met at the Home of mrs. Melvin Tekolste. Business meeting included reminders of the mock smorgasbord on november 5th and re evaluation of a gifts of contributions were made to the a birthday mrs. Kathryn Wickerham presented the program with thoughts on a risks in family Christmas in october two ladies were present. Announcements were made by mrs. James Knisley. World Day of prayer will be november 6 at the presbyterian Church. Mrs. Knisley presented the program a the family clusters assisted by m r s. Robert Umphenour. Our november meeting will be at the Home of mrs. Paul Lesh. Asbury Circle met in the Church parlor with mrs. Lyle Hunkins As hostess assisted by mrs. Carrie Sharp and mrs. Lloyd Strough. Twenty two members were present. Envelopes were passed for donations for Money making project and announcements were made. Mrs. Kenneth Moore gave the lesson and devotions a risks in family a beverage might be a Wel club convened last thursday come change As a treat. Depending on the weather you might serve hot chocolate or lemonade. Heating chocolate milk is one Quick easy Way to prepare hot chocolate. The Small cups used in Home cup dispensers would be an Ideal size. A j plastic cup would be a better Choice for a hot beverage while the paper cup w Ould be Fine for a cold drink. Caramel com would be another popular treat. This could be made and sacked in plastic bags. Another Job Young Cooks could do. Here is a simple recipe Caramel com 2 cups Brown sugar i cup butter \ 2 cup White syrup i Teaspoon Salt i Teaspoon Burnt sugar Flavouring evening at Hoover dormitory with 16 members present. Introductions were made and welcomed to the Pershing Community were newcomers mrs. Henry Darling mrs. Wylie Russell mrs. Douglas Mccullers mrs. Dick Birkholz and mrs. Don Bruning. Ships to Mothballs Saigon apr Nineteen ships i of the . 7th Fleet ranging in i size from aircraft carriers to i tugs Are going Home from Vietnam to be retired from Active 1 service the . Navy said today. I Sun want ads brag results y2 Teaspoon soda 8 quarts popped com i cup raw peanuts optional mix Brown sugar butter syrup and Salt. Boil five minutes. Remove from fire and add Flavouring and the soda. Pour Over the popped Coni and peanuts. Diaconis class dessert luncheon hostesses to the Diaconis class of the first presbyterian Church when it met tuesday for a i of clock dessert luncheon were mrs. R. H. Jones mrs. Anna Rhodes mrs. W. L. Weigel mrs. Charles Harman and mrs. Sylvia Ferrell. Mrs. William Marten president presided at the meeting mrs. E. E. Headley gave devotions and mrs. J. P. Klumpp sr., and mrs. Urban Behrens were in charge of the annual auction. A number of forthcoming events were outlined and discussed and responsibilities were assigned for participation in the appreciation Day and founders Day activities. Mrs. Earl Taylor mrs. William Mccall and mrs. Orestes Crespo were appointed to serve on the nominating committee. The next meeting was scheduled for november 17 in the i Home of mrs. Darling with the i student wives As special guests. The club officers mrs. Robert Gates mrs. James Beamer and mrs. Harold Hefley hosted the refreshment hour at the close of the business session. Sew Kendleton the first Public aquarium was opened at regents Park London in 1853, according to encyclopaedia Britannica. A Dpi have a Good portrait done this Christmas to give to your father and Mother. A gift Only you can give a anytime by appointment a . Your portrait also works great for Christmas cards Penner pharmacy. E. R. Harder proprietor most important responsibility filling your prescriptions. Our in 3-Registereh pharmacists to fill your prescriptions accurately and promptly. Lac. Hear More sound More clearly with Newport Zenith s newest behind the ear hearing Aid. Test hear the Newport. Without obligation to or the got ii a before in fume goes on. Bob Jones 1515 no. 13th pm. 223-4108 a one hour free parking with your purchases. Vote for Lloyd e. Wright Republican for Gage co. Supervisor District 3 your vote on november 3rd will be appreciated. If elected i pledge to serve the 3rd District in the Best possible manner by cooperating with both county and City governments for the betterment of this Community. Please be fair to your hair just As in Many other phases of life where we Only get one Chance so it is u Ith our natural head of hair. Everyday care shampooing conditioning brushing etc., is most important if hair is to stay healthy and of course careful attention to any Scalp condition is a must. 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