The Hastings Daily Tribune from Hastings, Nebraska on May 11, 1957 · 5
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Hastings, Nebraska
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Saturday, May 11, 1957
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Prosser Church i Setting for Vows Mlaa Sharon L Gideon I daughter of Mra Helen Gideon of Proeaer and Ralph L Bohn-art son of Mr and Mra George Bohnart of Wood River were married April 27 at Highland Church of Proaaer The Rev Urbom Schmitt performed the double ring ceremony at 10 o'clock before an altar decorat- ed with arrangements of gladioli and pompons In pastel I shades Garlands of greenery combined with white carnations and white -ribbons to mark the I pews Miss Rosemary Hiser of I Wood River sang "Ave Marla" and "O Lord I Am Not Worthy" accompanied by Mrs Fred Van organist Mrs Bohnart Escorted to the altar by her Juncte Edd Lillcy of Prosser the bride wore a waltz length gown of lace and tulle The fitted bodice featured a small bolero Jacket of lace styled with small lace collar and the bouffant skirt had cascades of tulle ruffles and handdlpped lace encircling It Her fingertip veil was worn with a templet of net Jeweled with pearls and Iridescent sequins and she carried a cascade of stephanotis roses and an orchid on a white lace-covered prayerbook Miss Martha Bohnart sister of the bridegroom was maid of - honor and Miss Mavis Bosle and Miss Dorothy Cooper of Wood River were bridesmaids They were dressed identically in pastel shades of pink blue and lavender and carried white fans accented with garlands of pastel carnations and pompons and had headpieces to match their dresses Susan Husen niece of the bridegrpom who was flower girl wore green net over taf- feta a headdress and carried a basket of pompons Andrew Bohnart was his brother's bestman Joseph LU-ley cousin of the bride and Raymond Callahan cousin of the bridegroom were grooms men and Robert Koepp and Walter Bohnart were ushers A reception was held at tie home of the bride's mother A five-tiered wedding cake encircled by fern and rosebuds and an arrangement of white candles and pompons centered the tables which had a flounce ' I of white taffeta '-The bride a graduate of AYood River high school is baching at District 19 school east of Doniphan The bridegroom also a graduate of Wood River high school Is attending electronics school at Fort Monmouth NJ Woman's Association Holds May Meeting Mrs Mervin Hooe and Mrs Lillian Wolters were hostesses to the Second Presbyterian Women's Association Wednesday afternoon' at the church Mrs L M Overfleld led the devotions Mrs Ernest Hysell had the Yearbook of Prayer and Mrs Herman Blaschke completed the 1 e s s o n book "Jesus' Teachings on Citizenship" With a' review of the chapter "With1 What Hopet’l— Harmony Club Mdets With Mrs Hohnstain - Mrs“Nels Kalberg and Mrs I Ivan Hohnstein demonstrated the preparation of frozen foods at the Harmony Club meeting Thursday afternoon in the Hohnstein home Mrs Harold Hocking presided at the meeting BARGAIN I MYIR-ZOYSIA ‘’America's Most Beautiful LawaOnss At lUs Mn YeuCanMahea Dwm Haitiifl Alast roet-maneis -Fenly ST apart— not customary 1ST Abo space mws only lr apart CartHtd Stock COM IT roc TOM Fin FMMI Hastings College Senior Womep Honored An annual event on the Hastings College campus is the tea which wives of the college trustees give for the senior women students At this year’s tea in the home of Mrs F M McClelland those pictured at the tea table from left are Margaret Shaneyfelt of Aurora Gail Buchtel of Clay Center Carol Troxel of Hastings Bernadine Mount ford of Red Cloud students and Mrs Robert Searby seated president of the Faculty Women’s Club Monday ALPHA DXLPHIAN— IumIwoi al Hotel Clark at 1 maetina with Mr O I HohlfaM T14 north Itellovu COOTIKTTKS CLUB— with Mr F J Aradt IIS aorth Colorado at r SENIOR CITIZENS— YWCA at 1:11 KA8TEBN STAR— ateted auatiag at Maaonic Tan pla at a FISH FRY CLUB— with Mr aad Mr Morila Aabl 1111 north Halting at I Y-TEEN — reception (or nlora aad their mother at YWCA at 7d0 BLOSSOM CARDEN CLUB— with Mra Harold Uraan 111 Math St Joaeph at I Tuesday ALCOTT P-TA — geaaral meeting at I LINCOLN P-TA — ganaral maatiag at TUI LONGFELLOW P-TA — ganaral meeting at TOO NRA BRIDGE CLUB— with Mr R C Carter 411 ' waat Fifth at I SPANISH WAR VETERANS AUXILIARY— eovared diah dinner with Mra C E Vaa Oridal 111! aorth rltwiL at 1 11 ADOHA8 — Peace Lutheran Church at I GLEANERS CLASS— EUR Church at TUI YOUNG ADULT S-YWCA at S WEST BLUE UNIT TWO— with Mra Harvey Al-rieh Route One ut 111 SPENCER PARE P-TA— kindergarten vialta at I-JI MORTON P-TA — geaaral mac ting at I Wednesday METHODIST CHURCH CIRCLES -On with Mr 0 J Paulua 111? Unlvcraltr : Mr Joha Jam ISIS waat Sixth: Three with Mra Wilier 0 8a ad here 1111 weat Sixth: Four with Mra Doaald Urwiller 411 aorth Colorado: Five with Mr Carl Jane of Paulin : Sin with Mra K B Nation ISIS north Eaaaaa: TA church lounea at I TB with Mra Georg Nielaen Ill Lahaaid at S: Eight at Pa nonage 1111 north Snaadara at I enureh kuai lounge at Till Herndons in Fairfield Mr and Mrs Walter Herndon of Los Angeles Calif visited her brother and his wife Mr and Mrs William Williams of I Fairfield I T Lexington Teacher I A! DA Marriorl I TV 11 Iviamea Mr and Mrs Carl C Lan-qulst of Loomis announce the engagement of their daughter Joan Kay to Michael Van Home son of Mr and Mrs: M L Van Home of Hastings Miss Languist No date has' been set f o r their wedding Miss Lanqulst attended Nebraska State Teachers -College at Kearney three years and Is teaching In the Lexington schools Her fiance attended the University of Nebraska and is a graduate of the college at Kearney He is in the artned Forces -stationed- at- Long BeachJNY uw W VWMB AMni - hiaaV Rite uh ia pmImI Paiilina teaua "laiy Lock TV (Mter far Lam Laval in" Se te—jteriaily baautiM fta 1 SFCCIAUY r HASTINGS (NEBRASKA) DAILY TRIBUNE Social Calendar Woman's Club Features Officer retaliation at Friday Meeting Installation of officers featured the Woman's Club annual May breakfast Friday morning at the clubhouse Mrs J D Lovell is the new president Mrs M C Hiatt vice president Mrs John Betts recording secretary Mra S A Swanson corresponding secretary and Mra R S Rlppeteau treasurer Dep a r t m e n t heads are Mrs A H Augustin Education Mrs Charles Undgren American Home Mrs John Delnes Junior Mrs Don Brooke music Mra Lovell announced the following standing committee chairmen Mra E J Newkirk program Mrs W W Malt-man ways and means Mrs G C Benson house and home and Mrs R C Fortner membership Mra Walter Klrchhefer ol Sutton fifth district president was Installing officer Mra Klrchheler spoke using Looking Ahead" aa her topic She told of the workshop at Blurf HIU May 20 the national convention In Asheville N C June 4 to 7 and the district convention in Superior September 24 to 25 Mra L L Bachman arranged for dance numbers presented by Kathy Uridil Renee Bachman and Cynthia Robare accompanied by Mrs Fern Howard — -Mra Lovell presented a past president’s pin a gift of the club to Mra Oeo Marsh The table was centered with WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP DIVISIONS -Coagraga-tloaal Church I On with Mr L E Shaulia 741 earth Liacala: Tw with Mra L W Staten 7IS earth WII-llama: Three frith Mr Ejigena Wood lilt aarth Denver at 1: Five with Mra Donald Radmaa Ills weat Fifth at S:ll - WOMEN’S ASSOCIATION — Pint Preehrteriaa Church: Group One with Mr Warren Richard 1111 north Halting Two with Mra Thoaua Creigh 111! north Elm: Three with Mr J Mark Martin 111 aaat Ninth: Four with Mra Margaret Mnndorff of Clay Center: Five with Mra Harold Snyder 111 caat Ninth: Ml with Mra Ford Blakealea 1144 north Cedar: Sevan with Mr Everett Blackburn 1101 wt Twelfth: Eight ehurrh parlor: Mlaa with Mra Daan Gray Court Park One: Tea with Mr R C Patteraaa 111 Ua i vanity Elevaa with Mr Howard Smith Route One Twelve with Mr Arthur Baumhargcr 710 aorth Hawett WOMENS FELLOWSHIP— luncheon at Chriatlaa Church at 1:11 ' ENGLISH CLASS FOR FOREIGN-BORN— YWCA at 111 Thursday UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS AUXILIARY — deeaart lane boon at Hotel Clark at 1:11 INTERESTS IN CL— with Mra Warmu Eggart HIT waat Ninth at I OUTLOOK CLUB— with Mm Robert Haaghad Route Two at I FLOWER LOVERS CLUB — with Mra Myron Spriagar 740 Bring atl BRIDGE CLASS— final maatiag at YWCA at S Friday DAUGHTERS Or UNION VETERANS— birthday haasuat at Chriatlaa Church at 1 10 BURLINGTON VETERANS AUXILIARY— with Mr K E Loadtka 1410 Bateaua at I HAPPY GARDENERS— with Mra Albert Gaagwiah of Juniata at I REBEKAH LODGE— initiation at IOOF Hall at I lilacs and tulips and presided over by Mrs Floyd Wilson Mrs M a b 1 e Duwe was In charge of breakfast arrangements Mrs Chauncey Young To Attend Convention Mra Chauncey Youitg was chosen to represent the BPO Does at the national convention June 10 to 14 In Idaho Falla Ida at a meeting of the Elks Lodge Exalted Ruler Ted Ochener and Herbert Splelman were present to express their appreciation for assistance given the Elks at the recent state convention In Hastings Visit in Wilcox Homos Mr and Mrs David Gish wilier and baby of Lincoln are spending two weeks visiting In Wilcox with Mr and Mrs Roger Mowery and Mr and Mrs JohnGlshwlller Add dill to a creamy fie and potato soup for wonderful flavor SATURDAY MAY II Doniphan Seniors oHear 'Buzza DONIPHAN (TNS) — Doniphan high school will hold commencement for 12 seniors Thursday evening May 23 in the school auditorium The Rev Robert Buzsa of Hastings College will speak Baccalaureate krill be hold In the auditorium Sunday May 19 and the Rev Frank Peyton pastor of the Congregational Church will conduct the service Laveda Kroeger daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kroeger Is valedictorian' of the lass Myma Aufdenkamp daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Aufdenkamp la the class salute torlan Miss Kroeger will receive the church college scholarship and John Hare will be presented the Regent’s scholarship Other members of the class are Donald Bader Waunetta Bockmann Kay Bolts Jack Crawford Richard and Robert Hoffman Suzanne Roach Bill Theln and Donald -Toben Award Diplomas To 29 Seniors SMITH CENTER Kan (TNS) — Roger Fredrickson Ottawa University Ottawa Ksil will be the speaker when the Smith Center high school seniors graduate the evening of May 22 The Rev Wendall filler pastor of the Nazarene Church will be the speaker at baccalaureate exercises Sunday evening May 19 Members of the graduating class an Shirley Baetx Carol Corwin Dennis Duntz Paige Dutt Dean Favinger Clyde Freeborn Roger Fuller Avis Grothaus Judy Heald Dean Henrietta Connie Hbhner Bar-ban Holthus Denton Hooper Paul Humrich Larry Kinlon Barbara Lambert Donna Lambert Wilma Lehmann Gayle Leonard Mary Lou Lumpkin Pauline McDowell Jerry McFadden Kaye Mason Judy Monasmith Meldean Moon Joyce Overmiller Janette Pan ter Kann Pilcher Jerry Poet Larry Rudolph Wayne Shanley Bette Sims Robert Smith Gary Tucker Don Tux horn Marilyn Tinhorn Charts Vinckier Noma Weltmer and Kay Wince Riverton Seniors Graduate May 23 RIVERTON (TNS) — Nine seniors at Riverton high school will receive their diplomas at commencement- In the high school auditorium hen May 23 Baccalaureate services are scheduled at the Gongngational Church Sunday evening May 19 with the Rev LeRoy Eick-man as speaker Marilyn Wright will be honored aa valedictorian Class aalutatorian Is Robert Hundt Other members of the class an Carol Horton Edeen Wheeler Dorothy Kugler Jim Schmidt Clarence Schamp Dorothy Wi coat and Richard Nichols flail Optafap uasuMsa POl Box 7565 RUTTS DRUG STORES Bt Joe WEDDING PROTRAIT SPECIAL ' 4 Star Wedding It DUIenri Candida Trim (your choice of views such as coming down the alsis cutting cake otc) 121x11 Siss Prints (of abovs eandids) Pozbrit Sitting ! Bride — Mad In Onr Studio (to betaken at least 2 weeks in advance of wedding) Plus a Phetegisph e the Bride let ' lf3SSI Value ONLY put 111241 JUh issjasl lUM 1957 JpUnd Graduation Is Schodulad lor May 22 UPLAND (TNS)- — Commencement for the Upland high school graduating class will be May 22 In the auditorium here Harold Ahrendta Kearney State Teachers College will be the apeaker dais valedictorian la Vivian Berger and the aalutatorian Is John Kriemelmeyer Other members of the class are Roger Bartels Carolyn - Fritson Gary Lleske and Barbara Roy Class night is scheduled for Tuesday evening May 21 Honors and awanls will be p r e-sented at this event Mankato Speaker s Dr Taylor MANKATO Kan (TNS)— Dr Robert Taylor of Kansas State Teachers College will address the graduating dams at commencement In the high school auditorium hen May 20 at 8 pjn Baccalaureate eervicee are scheduled In the auditorium Sunday May 19 also at 8 pm The Rev D R Olson pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church will be the speaker Johq Charles Totten slid Constance Lee Mog an valedictorian and aalutatorian respectively Mias Mog will receive the DAR Good Citizenship award Totten will get the Putman scholarship from Kansas State College Also receiving special awards will be Valentina Laluk Marymount School of Nursing award and William Feugh the Fairbury Junior College award Other members of the graduating class an Sharon Ahrens Judith Basait James Cay lor Larry Day Gary Eaton John Grimes Lloyd Hanson Gilford Mahaffy Patricia Malsbury Mary O’Neill Forrest Ortman Donna Jo Queen Philip Rhea Marjorie Rickard Rex Seirer Ferns Shoemaker Darlene Sorrells Johnle Warner and Sharon Warner Wilcox Seniors Number Sixteen WILCOX (TNS) — Sixteen Wilcox high school seniors will receive their diplomas at commencement here May 21 Receiving scholarships will be Edith Anderson valedictorian Elvers Westerbuhr aalutatorian Gloria Mowrey Delton Blank and Dennis Bergstrom The Rev Paul Martin of Hol-drege will be commencement speaker and the Rev E L Wit tenburg of Wilcox will give the baccalaureate sermon Baccalaureate will be held Sunday evening May 19 Other members of the graduating dasa are Kay Bergstrom Coleene Burgeson Darlene Eden Betty Jesse Donald Jbhn-son Norbert Glebe Arlen Jel-ken Larry Garrelts John Saathoff Darlene Schleeter and Donna Stratman Dr W B Anton Optometrist ITU KZAMDID 818 W 2ad St Ilk 2-2338 FWEX Tat nd oddraaa to K-Q Chioogo 10 Booh J499S r74 llswee Cambridge Will Graduate 21 CAMBRIDGE (TNS)— Twenty-one seniors at Cambridge high school will begin graduation exercises Sunday May 19 with baccalaureate services In the school auditorium hen starting at 8 pm Commencement to be held in the school auditorium will be May 21 at 8 pm The Rev Walter Olsen pastor of the Congregational Church In Cambridge will be the baccalaureate apeaker Father Walter F Banach priest at St John's Catholic Church will give the Invocation and benediction The Rev James C Chubb pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church In Grand Island will be the commencement apeaker Members of the graduating class an Marilyn Beals Sharon Brittain Larry Burkek Patty Burton Stanley Druse Holland Fichtner Arnold Johnson Janet Johnson Ed K ester Cifrole Kublk John Mlnnlck Marcia Musil Donna Phillips Jim Hid path Barbara Sams Jerry Sayer Stanley Sexton Mike Simon Norris Smith Ronnie Tomlin and Roberta Wright Superior Seniors :inish on May 23 SUPERIOR (TNS)— The senior class of Superior high school will graduate at commencement in the City Auditorium here Thursday evening May 23 Baccalaureate services will be held in the auditorium Sunday evening May 19 Dr Harry A Burke superintendent of schools in Omaha will be the commencement speaker The Rev Robert Wig ert will give the baccalaureate sermon The Rev Bryant Currier will give the Invocation and benediction Members of the graduating class are Wayne Adams Norman Brelsford Jackie Busch Connie Carpenter Stanley Chard Marcia Gorman Larry David Deeaime Enders Steve Equall Dale Good Charles Gottschalk Marlllea Hamel Sara Hershberger Gerald Hicks Irene Howe Ruby Howe Beulah Hoyer Sharon Hutt Phylliss Jackson Wonda Jacobsen Clinton Klllen Donald Kottmeyer Barbara Kottmey-er Kathleen Larsen Judy Leece David Lynn Richard a a d aa fir D D D D D D a are bugs eating you oiit of planfs jj jand blooms? 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