rudolph prokop beatrice, NE 28 Sep 1955
by resolu- Cherry County, trip of a school had High Girls attendance. Club elected Mrs. L. Mrs. \V. Mrs. Albert and treasurer. a special Sun, on 40,000 men Corps of the the recipe garage was 5th Street. of the finest and surpass- Feature feet in entire width cork-covered hard in because resembling were obtainable, for officials Socialism Rural El.sc- what it tcrm- by a high thai farm' program al a regional criticizes me when I discuss boys seriously with my friends!" WUber (The Sun's Own Service) Mr. and Mrs. Rick Buhr visited 9..her mother, Mrs. Mary Smidt in Sterling Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Balderson, .Seward, were weekend house- guests of his sister, Mrs. H. C. Trobough. Mrs. Louis Trnik was hostess to the Hy-Lo Bridge Club at her home Friday evening. Guests were Mrs. Fred Schlcis, Mrs. Elmer Apfcl- bcck, Mrs. Tillie Wanek and Mrs. Mayme Zajicek. Prizes were won by Mrs. Joe Prokop. Mrs. John Vesely, Mrs. Steve Aksamit and Mrs. Fred Schleis. Emily Kostka left early Thursday by train for Denver, Colo., where she was met by Carol Eves and preceded by car to Corcoran, Calif., where both ladies are teachers in the elementary school. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kostka, Mr. and Mrs. John Karpisek and Mrs. Emil Fuchs Sr. attended the Czech play given by an Omaha group fit the Z.C.J.B. convention in Milligan. They also called on Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Hendrych Sr. Mrs. Emily Graves and son Jimmy, Omaha, and Mrs. Victor Pasek, Humboldl, spent, the holiday weekend at the home of Mrs. Mary Misek. . Mrs. Mary Luse, Huptboldt, spent Sunday and Monday visiting Mrs. E. E. Rezabek visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yeck, Sr. .Airs. Steve llichtarck returned Sunday from Morganton, N. C., where she spent several weeks visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McFall and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Prokop, Griswold, Iowa, and Joseph Prokop and daughter Lorainc, Crete, visited at the F. J. Shabata home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pospisil and family attended the Midwest Furniture Market in Omaha Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sup spent Sunday and Monday in Albion. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Superior, Wis., spent last Wednesday nnd Thursday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vidlak. Thursday both parties and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vidlak, Lincoln, were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vidlak and family in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. John Marquis and family. Falls City, were guests at the liDin? of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank. Vidlak Sunday. WHAT'S THE RIGHT TIME?