Beatrice Daily Sun from Beatrice, Nebraska on September 22, 1946 · Page 4
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Beatrice Daily Sun from Beatrice, Nebraska · Page 4

Beatrice, Nebraska
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Sunday, September 22, 1946
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-Oale Photo Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eafee, who were re\ cently married in Mary grille are now making Beatrice their home. Mrs. Lake is the former Minnie Fouchek. ' MR. AND MRS. RICHARD BAY Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bay, who were recently married at Marysville, Kansas. Mrs. Bay is the former Delores Howsden, daughter of J. S. Howsden of Sedgwick, tolo. Mr. Bay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Ba) of Filley. They will make their home on a farm north of Filley. BRIDE-TO-BE FETED -Mrs; Ben Kyle entertained twen- y guests at a miscellaneous show- r Thursday night to honor Marvel all, a bride-to-be. Pink and white ' decorations were carried,out. The evening hours were spent In bingo. Nuptial gifts were brought to the honoree In a pink and white umbrella. You'M Really Enjoy Our Home Cooked Food • Sandwiches : Frieij Chicken Thick Steaks _ Bar-B-Q The Food You Like Combined With Quick Courteous Service HILL TOP INN 830 West Court Plenty of Parking Space Open 5 P.M. to 2- A.M. • Except Tuesday FROM NOME TO NICARAGUA • The ingredients for your prescriptions come from every state fa the Union, from every corner of the world-Opium from Tur- % key, Anise from Egypt, and Caf- from Brazil, to mention r v Other» oomt from west r, from north of Labrador, from south serv- State President Talks To local Woman's Group Beatrice Woman's club membership Tea. held Monday at the Y. W.C.A., was attended by about one hundred members and guests. Mrs. H C Hanna of Superior, state president, gave the program using "Federation" as her theme. Mrs, E. W. Fellers, past local president, present parliamentarian, poured during the tea hour. Mrs. Les Currier, social chairman, planned the social hour assisted by Mrs. Charles Mann, Mrs. Rex Hotchkiss, Mrs. Kenneth Otto. ^ • Th« Year Book Is still open to anyone desiring to Join. Dues are one dollar and fifty cents. Fifty- five cents goes to National, state, and district, and ninety-five centi Is kept In the local treasury. TRAVELERS (Continued rrom Society Fag« 1) dinner in Lincoln Friday night and attended the football game. Mrs. D. V. Garrison of Clear Lake, la., Is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin. Mr. Garrison will join her the middle of the week and they will both visit relatives In DeWltt. Weekending In DCS Molncfl Mrs. Ruth Ahl, Lester and Ber- nlce, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ahl and family are spending the veekend In Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cornell were n Crab Orchard last Sunday and were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. rl. E, Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Evans. All went to Tecum- Beh park for a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cornell were Jncoln guests Wednesday. Mrs. Ladd Hubka ' and Mrs. Garrison Scott spent Friday in " Jncoln. Miss -, Katharine Rigg has re- ilrned from a trip to San Antono, Tex., where she accompanied Mrs. A. Lee and Joyce. Joyce is attending school in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wygant and, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Steen attended the football game in Lincoln Friday night. THEATER PARTY Don Falk entertained a mixed group of 12 at a theater party Saturday afternoon with refreshments at the FaJk home in honor of Don's llth birthday. TRICE DAtLf it»f tt. Aisrb MM Miss Alberta Schmidt, .daughter' of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Schmidt of Route 6; Beatrice became • the brldd of Willard G. Bergmeier, son of Mr, ajid Mrs. William Berg- meter of Route 6, Beatrice, at St. John's Lutheran parsonage August 20, 9:30 a. m. with Rev. John Strong officiating. . The bride wore 'a winter white suit, black accessories, and a gladioli corsage. Best man was Harold Essman. They took a honeymoon trip to Denver and now are at home on a farm southwest of Beatrice. CIRCLE St. Elizabeth Circle was enter... die liome of Mrs. Adam McMullen Thursday assisted by Mrs. L. E. Fite, Mrs. J. D. Reynolds and Mrs. C. B. Bills. There were covers for twenty. Plans wore made for a rummage sale, Oct. 4. *** PRAIRIE CLUB MEETS Prairie Queen club met with Mrs. Matt Ryan Sept. 13 with seven members and one visitor, Mrs. Vaughm Chevalier of Omoka, present. Each member gave an address on antiques. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Bessie Mathews, Oct 4. add living-room, charm .and comfort with these Fine Tables Authentic 18th Century ityling in fine crafted Solid Mahogany. Use them for tasteful decoration and long service at these moderate Ward prices! Convenient ,<.,»_ Commode. 19.95 OeHlery Top Lamp Table 19.95 Oraceful >M <«•> CocktaU 18.95 large Choir* ,_ -_ «lde TabU 18.49 te U8 what the specified. 3>r%? f 1 *,' • &fe. ,, 110 So. 6th «'„ i ^4. i ' » i?>W'^' " Officers Take Over Duties In Beatrice Woman's Club (Continued from Society Pag« i) Literature Department " v ^ • Second Tuesday'of Bach Month Chairman ;...... ,.,...... ........... .-„_ tt MM. #,.*. ftumpeltes Vice Chairman _....,.... ................... i<s Mrs; C.;O. Trout Secretary, Treasurer, Publicity ,....,... ......,..- i4 , Mrt. John..Rl£fee October 8 Interesting Books 1 Have Read .-. s ....Open Discussion Hostess .,.„, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, 601 No. 8th St. .•'••' . . .' . November 12 • •'.• •:.::•"• • . '•;, "' Book Review, "The Bulwark" ; ...Mrs. Fritz teldtke Hostess .;.......... Mrs. Joe Goldberg, 904 No. '8th Sf, „ . „ December 10 High School Dramatic Department .... Miss Hazel Wlllleuns, Director Hostess • " -......, Mrs. C, C. Baker, 610 No. 4th St. _ . tt , . January 14 Book Review ; Mrs. Jack Klumpp Hostess —.......,....> „..,,... Mrs. John Rlffee, So. Booster Station February 8 ' General Club Program, Y.W.C.A. Education—Civilization's Lamp of Aladln ».......„„. Dr. Royce Knapp, University of Nebraska Teachers College February 11 Book Review on Hussia ,.., ; Mrs. R. G. McCue Hostess. ,. Mrs. L. E. Fite, 716 No. 10th St March 11 "Education for Peace" ... : The Reverend C. C. Delnes Hostess „ Mrs. Heath Griffiths, 600 Washington St, April 8 Book Review .— Mrs. Ross McCown Hostess Mrs. Burwell Kllbourn, 1125 So. 9th St. Mrs. H. 0. Hanna of state president of W6m'an. f f%ftjb, was guest speaker at the- ship Teat Monday at the A. She spoke On " , SENIOR GUILD MEET^-' 5 Senior World Wide Gulldvmet'at the church Tuesday ,for a cove.i'ed dish supper. , Nine members vtere present. Mafjorie Knowle's -)^&ve the program on "Missions"-. . Candlelight service closed the ;me§t-' ing... , . > FALL DRESSES Steal their colors from the It's autumn! ThV wind .ha« a bite of it. Trees flame and the scent of biining leaves sharpen the air. And Geyer- mans are offering a hand-picked collection of dresses perfectly tuned to the season.' Frocks that have stolen 'their * * ] colors frqni nature's/f all beauty . ,, , charmingly tailored of enduring fabrics , . , you'll find a gay collection of smart date frocks and chic casuals. May we show you •ooai - , ' A -V . I 1 '{7 .-, ?*f ,t • Jt t i - ; • •y'v'' c • /*• '-. . '' / v sT^^^Hw^T^^^^^^^^^^^^^^v. *• ^^^^^^^^^^^^\^^*^*^^^v^^^^ l ^ lll ^i,t^*f^fj£*4^V^^

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