The Hastings Daily Tribune from Hastings, Nebraska on January 22, 1960 · 3
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The Hastings Daily Tribune from Hastings, Nebraska · 3

Hastings, Nebraska
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Friday, January 22, 1960
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HASTINGS (NEBRASKA) DAILY TRIBUNE FRIDAY JANUARY 22 I960 THREE O’Donnells to Be Guests at Parties lOrtmini to Kansas Ortinan and Private le Mrs James Ortman and fam ily have gone from Fort Myer Va to' Fort Riley Kan The men are twlna Mrs Jesse Ortman Is the former Jeneane Burllni daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Burling of Kene-saw Several parties are planned to bid farewell to Mr gnd Mrs Howard O’Donnell who will leave shortly to make their home In Grand Rapids Mlrh Dr and Mrs C M Foote and Skip entertained Mr and Mrs O'Donnell and Tom and Steve in their home and BOOK ClUD With the bridge club to which Mrs I O'Donnell belonga presented kd£ Johnson her with a gift at a meeting ' ‘Vr UOnnSOn with Mrs James J Diesing Mr and Mrs James Conway will be hosts at an hors d'oeuvre parfy Saturday evening to honor the O’Donnells and the group will go out to dinner later Dr and Mrs Robert Buts will be their boats at dinner January 29 and the Norris Swans and Dieslngs will be hosts at a Hawaiian luau at the Swan home January 30 with guests wearing Island costumes Mr and Mrs Donald L Hlle-man will entertain the O’Don nells at dinner as will Mr and Mrs Reuben Schneider Dr and Mrs John Seberg will also entertain for- the O’Donnella and Mrs Arthur Williams who Is planning a coffee party after Mrs O’Donnell returns from I ifp nPnlfvrcnfn Grand Rapids when she andl1C Church Women jj Base Study on Book of PsalfVis "The Hymn Book bf the Ages: A Study of the Psalms" was the subject for study at meetings of the Women’s Association of the Flnt Presbyter- Ian Church Wednesday Mrs L W Rork was hostess to Group One and her assistant hostesses wen Mrs M R Se Business Doing Its Best to Help Balance Budget Hastings Sends Four to Air Force By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (Ah— Business Is ij H n 1 doing Its best— and pretty good Mall DdmOtt Mrs A D Van Sickle reviewed Harry Golden's book For 2c Plain" for a meetings of the George Eliot Club Thurs day aftemnon with Mrs Bedford Johnson The book Is a compilation of essays written by Golden for a newspaper he publishes and Includes reminiscences of his ear ly years as an Immigrant boy on New York's Lower East Side His observations are writ-te with keen perception tenderness and humor Mrs Van Sickle noted Preceding the book review Mrs Johnson served dessert luncheon and pink snapdragons graced the serving table — — — —to help President Elsenhower I mans and Mrs Leonard De- get the money to balance this RnmarriAfl 'Tn— “ hw fiscal year's budget and to raise 1 Moor The lesson was led by Mr S W Blnderup and devotions and the Yearbook of Prayer by Mrs Theron B Max son Mrs Bedford Johnson and Mrs H J Bierhaus entertained Group Two in the former’s home Mrs Carl Parker led the program and devotions and Mrs M W McBride the Yearbook of Prayer Group Three met at the church with Mrs George Wierenga Mrs W H Fisher and Mrs G C Benson as hostesses Mrs Thomas Crelgh was In charge of the program and Mrs L C Schuster directed the Yearbook of Prayer and devotions the $89 billion he needs If he Is to rack up a $4 billion budget surplus In the next fiscal year First earnings reports on 1959 operations draw these corporations averaging a 22 per cent gain In profits over 1958 And since the United States Treasury gets roughly as much In taxes as business reports In net Income after taxes the Treasury take is higher by the same percentage and much better than ' It feared when the steel strike was taking Its toll SOME HURT The first 180 companies to report Include few who were hurt much by the strike The big Grpup Four went to the home casualties— the steel companies of Mrs Earl Applebee who was I the railroads In steel making assisted by Mrs J P Larsen country the auto and appliance her hu JnMrv 'Ti 1 1 Vli" A — and Mrs O C Smith Mrs plants that had to shut down I!? JanUry 31 Ifl llVCn GiVCn TO Icowger directed the Yearbook for lack of steel— will report to iook lor nousing I I d h u BnK—t 1 1 l i Mrs Tage Topp housing Mr and Mrs L A Wilkinson Jr of Humphrey are parents of a daughter Sallle Marie born January 17 The child has a brother Bruce Allen who la two years old and they are grandchildren of of Mr and Mrs Samuel Graber and Mr and Mrs L A Wilkinson Sr The'Grabers went to Humphrey Tuesday to be with their daughter the former Patricia Graber and her family Mrs Ridgway Is Worthy Matron Mrs Carl Ridgway was Installed worthy matron and Loren Cushing worthy patron of the Eastern Star at Fairfield In the Masonic Hall Other elected officers are Mrs Howard Hansen associate matron Harm Trobough associate patron Mrs James Shaw secretary Mrs Charles Peck treasurer Mrs Ray Me-Reynolds conductress and Mrs Maurice Hill associate conductress Appointed officers are Mrs J Drapal Adah Mrs James H Hagemeyer Ruth Mrs H Hagemeyer Esther Mrs Hll-11s HubbeU Martha Mrs Alice McKelvie Electa Mrs Vem Johnson chaplain Mrs Dale Ridgway marshal: Mrs Ray KOllon organist Mrs Loren Cushing warder and Vera Johnson sentinel Installing officers were Mrs Clifford Fisher Mrs Cushing Mrs Ridgway and Mrs KiUlon Founders Honored By Chapter FH A life membership was presented to Mrs Tage Topp at the annual meeting of the YWCA Thursday evening at the Association Building Mrs A G Phillips who presided made the presentation Directors elected to a second term of three years are' Mrs William Beitler Mrs John Hal loran Mrs Ted Smith Mrs David Hill and Mrs Nick Noel first term of three years Mrs Clyde Drew Mrs O J McDou-gsi Mrs George Volland Mrs Hal Smith and Mra a H Dan lets and nominating committee for one year Mra Frank Mor-hart Mrs M C Bonham Mrs Phillips Mrs Ellen Smith and Mrs Frank Daugherty Officers will be elected at February meeting -The annual report of activities was given by Mrs F E Udlock executive director and skits titled "What on Earth Is the YWCA Doing?” were In charge of Mrs Thomas Byrne annual meeting chairman Mrs Phillips board president DeEtte Silk of the Seventh Grade Y-Teen Club and Carol Dwyer soloist assisted Reports were given by Mrs H C Gellatly membership Sister Dorothy Stabler World Fellowship Mrs James Grlffes playschool' Vicky Amst Patricia Hall Linda Hiatt Sheryl Grablll and Linda Plebuch Y-Teens Mrs Cora Hershey Senior Fellowship Mrs D M Maxwell Young Adults Mrs Dick Amst knitting class Mrs Byrne Tiger-Hawk Den Mrs Glen McQuIston Mrs Halloran Mrs M F Nelson Mrs Myri Grablll Mrs Charles Patterson of Prayer and Mrs Robert Searby the program and devotions Mrs William Bock Mrs Glen Wallace and Miss Ella Groenewold were hostesses in the Bock home to Group Five Mrs E J Hazelrlgg led the Yearbook of Prayer and devotions and Mrs J B Foster directed the lesson Mrs Lester Stlner entertained Group Six at her home assisted by Mrs Donald Williamson Mrs Tage Topp was In charge of the Yearbook of Prayer and devotions and Mrs Thomas A rends had the program Members of Group Seven met wit Mrs Norman Ken-dig Whose assistants were Mrs Nellie Kendlg and Mrs Richard Marvel The program and devotions were given by Mrs F E Morhart and Mrs Edward Marshall led the Yearbook of Prayer Mrs J W Pickett and Mrs James King were hostesses In the Pickett home to members of Group Eight with Mrs Harold Wilson leading devotions and the Yearbook of Prayer end Mrs Donald Murray leading the study Mrs H C Gellatly’s home was the meeting place for Group Nine Mrs Tony DeRoos was assistant hostess and Mrs T D Arends led the lesson devotions and Yearbook of Prayer Members of Group 10 met with Mrs Edwin Brandes whose co-hostess was Mrs Carl Cfyi-iktcnsen Mrs HayeX'Fuhr directed the Yearbook of Prayer and Mrs A J Theobald the program and prayer Mrs S G Kessler was hostess to Group 12 with the assistance of Mrs W J Lane and Mrs Emil Hassel Miss Mary DalUnger was in charge of the program Group 13 went to the home of Mrs Francis Robert-wlth Mrs Karl Blaschke later So the final gain over 1958 may be slimmer than the early reports Indicate But theee same casualties are promising big earnings gains in the early months of 1981 And their Income tax returns should gladden the Treasury statisticians Four out of five of companies reporting so far show profit gains over 1958 (the first half of which was marred by recession) Many of the companies closed the books on their financial year before the steel workers returned to the mills Combined the 180 made $1 114373000 In 1959 as against $912975000 In 1958 BIG YEAR Stockholders In general had a Mg year too The Department of Commerce estimates total cash dividends of about $12 billion up seven per cent from the previous year and topping the record of $125 billion set In 1957 But the steel strike did take Its toil In corporate profits This shows up la the quarter by quarter reports la the first three months earnings ran 54 per cent ahead of 1958 An even better second quarter Just ahead of the rating sent the gain for the first six months to 56 per cent over the like period the previous The average of lags la the third quarter was Just about even with the previous year but months figure waa still 85 per Cent ahead For the full year It’s running lower The bad news will come next week when the Mg steel companies are due to report on their 1959 operations Many showed a net loss In' the third quarter By LOUELLA O PARSONS HOLLYWOOD (UPD-Good-looklng Hall Bartlett producer I of "All the Young Men” and his beautiful bride Ana St Clair (Anna Marla Alba) were remarried a few weeks ago at the mission In Carmel with his parents attending I sat next to the Bartletts at I the Alan Ladds' dinner and he told me that Anna Maria had made a fast trip to her native Brazil to buy Jorge Amado’s popular novel "Captains of the Sands"— a best seller In South America It's a great story” he told I me “and it will be next on my schedule We'll film It In Brazil In May I’ll star Alan and David Ladd Alan will play priest for the first time in his career” I don't wonder he wants I young David Ladd— everybody has the same idea since "Dog of Aldners” Four Has tings residents enlisted this week la the United States Air Force In the pie-turn from left are Staff Sergeant Robert Novotny who enlisted the four Duane Becker son of the Rev and Mrs Theodors Becker Rich KMnJaa son of Mr and Mra Clarence Klelnjan Larry Peters son of Mr and Mra Ernest R Peters and WUIIam Cronin son of Mr and Mrs WllUam J Cronin They will train at Lackland Air Force Baae San Antonio Tex College Days Answer to Prsvloua Puzzle MConr lCoOcfe la MggMMw Cedar Bspkh Iowa 4 College la New Harm lTbdsskal Connecticut institute la ICoUese la Clavntead Cleveland Ohio Ohio IHnadaa city U College 3 Italians subject 13 Beverages 14 Medley 15 Indian weight T Superlative II Barren place ISKvadets MU 31 Turf 13CU!ete CM S3 University hi Philadelphia 40 Jogs 41 Letters 43 Big city curse 41 Big hook 44 Indigo MKnqms 47 Pace 431ealanBs MOrlantaleola Formula for Happy Life Never Try Upstaging Husband Wise and Witty Batty Garrett Says By DOROTHY ROE CAP Women's Editor) Never try to upstage your husband advises wise and witty Betty Garrett and you'll live happily over after Betty la half of a famous huaband-and-wife team Mr and Mra Larry Parka renowned for both single and double roles on stage screen TV and the night club circuit That they are happily married for more than a decade speaks well for their mutual sense of humor TOP RULING “Larry always gets top bin-Ing” say Betty “That’s the natural way I think — the man comes first You don’t speak of Missing Hastings Pilot Is I Solved with Recent Finding of Plane comedy' "Beg Borrow or Discovery of wreckage of af' Steal" scheduled to open inrailltary ta New Guinea (Mrs Wllllanf Latta and Mrs A Founders Day program ti-1 George tied "PEO a Masterpiece of gram Love" waa presented for a I fairs Chapter FH meeting Wednes- emphasis day evening with Mra R W During a social hour Mra Prayer and Mra Blaschke led Hm jhia DntkArm An Sage Miss Mildred Helvey waa I Edmond Johnson and Mrs Rob-1 in prayer ‘ ° WWUci liiail In charge of the program which ert Heyen members of the - was narrated by Mra James I Young Adulta Club attended rwirfpr MpfrtnAPC Kenney the serving table which held 1 or in New York hi February The Parks team has two soils Andrew Lawrence 8 and Garrett Christopher 9 The boys at present are with Betty’s mother In Loa Angeles but have been promised an Easter has solved a mystery of nearly 16 years standing for Mr and Mra Fred J Arndt of Hastings concerning the fate of their son First Lieutenant Robert J Arndt The Arndts this week CiUed in 'Copter Crash ROODHOUSE 111 (UPI) — Clarence Sylvester 43 of Goshen Lid bought a helicopter at Frederick Okla Thursday and took tt up on its first flight by himself The helicopter plunged Into field hero later In the day and Sylvester waa killed I the Mrs Donald Goodrich Mrs white carnations blue tapers I PtGSGnf and a white globe of the world on which Hastings was prominently marked Refreshments I were served by the directors Carl Eggeras Mrs Sage and Miss Helvey sang accompa nled by Mra Carl Throckmorton and the seven founders of the sisterhood were represented by Mra Cecilia Gass Mrs I Cyp PjmL Prninrf E J Lowry Mrs Constaice Rr® DanR rrOBCT Steele Mra C B Wolfe Miss f r J Helen Kucera Miss Iva Liene-$ EXDiaMOQ maim and Mias Judith Lowry Mrs Eggeras and Miss Ku-i Dr Robert Sneller explained cent served refreshments In- the work of the I Jons Club eye eluding cakes with candles In bank to the Catholic Daughters recognition of the sisterhood’s Wednesday evening at the anniversary Woman’a Club Plans were discussed for the state convention In Hastings April 23 end 24 for which Mias Marie Siren la the general chairman Miss Regina Siren was chairman of the hostess committee and refreshments were served from a table covered with' a cutwoyk doth over pink and centered with a white Madonna at the base of which were pink carnations and yellow daffodils Yellow candles with tiny angels completed the appointments WAIKHtS 4- BROOKEI&1SON '-w -liter S'o® l-tefe' ' i-: !3sSi 1-' Two Questions Two Aim won What Is Ike for What b the sweat safest easiest answer to that problem? LITE INSURANCE The -SECURITY MUTUAL life hnranee Ct First Nat’l Bezik Bldg 1 2-9810 RAMON R KOHL Special Agent WILLARD H PARKS General Agent For Anniversary Five charter members who have continued to be active In Division Four of the First Congregational' Church Women’s Fellowship were present for the annual birthday dinner Thursday evening at the church Mrs Bert Sandy Mias Clema Borland Miss Mary Brower Miss Dorothy Withers and Miss Glen James are the five Dr Frank Peyton during whose ministry the group was organized and the Rev and Mra Samuel Cushing were guests Mrs Bruce Caywood reviewed "The Exodus” by Konrad Ben covie Miss James led the devotions and Mils Borland conducted the meeting Outlook Club Moots With Mrs Hansen “The Householder of Paris” Was reviewed by Mrs Francis Canter for a meeting of the Outlook Club Thursday afternoon with Mra iJoyd Hansen The book written in 1352 by a husband for the Instruction of his youitg wife was translated foom the French by Eileen Power former professor of economic history at the University ef London It la a detailed description of the duties and amusements In her dally life Mrs Canter pointed Out The hostess served dessert luncheon and Mra R H Cow-ger presided at the table By YERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Private (lc) Duane Doberman la dead Doberman that fearless foil for Phil Silvers has been killed off— unfortunately not In action Would-be authorities and onlookers still an determining whether it waa a case of homicide or suicide that did In the 1ack-o-lantem-faced TV comedian The killing came off at the hands of one Maurice Gos field who played the role on TV for five years Goafield admits dry-gulchlng Doberman but even he Is confused as to whether he took hie own professions! life “I had to do It” Goafield cried feelingly “Doberman la no more— except on reruns I waa forced to resume my Identity” he said with a clever look In his eye What Identity? "Well I waa pretty well known on radio and Broadway he hedged Tor 23 yean I waa Gdsfleld I liked being Maurice Goafield even though I wasn’t working When I became Dober- There has been a lot of talk about the difficulty of having two stars 4n one family but Larry does not agree "It’s better for acton to be married to each other” he says "Nobody else ever could understand what makes them tick" LURED TO HOLLYWOOD Both husband and wife came up the hard way Betty who waa born In St Joseph Mo worked as a salesgirl and elevator operator In New York before finally crashing the big-time on Broadway in the musl-cals “Let Freedom Ring' 'Something for the Boy a1 'Call foe Mister” and many others Later she was lured to Hollywood when she made such movies as “On the Town1 My Sister Eileen” and "Take Me Out to the Ball Game” Larry worked as an usher at Carnegie Han and a guide at Radio City after leaving his home town bf Olathe Kan He got a few minor roles on Broadway end finally made his first success in Hollywood where he played in more than 30 movies His biggest success waa the title role In “The Jolaon Stay' working When I became Dober-1 ' u man everyone forgot about the 1 018111 OrAQRig Doberman Gosfigd Schools Planned made an unsuccessful bid for I New Guinea Their son a pilot who had completed 50 missions waa a passenger aboard the plane which was on an administrative mission Military officials said searches in 1944 and again In 1948 had failed to turn up any sign of the plane Then last summer word waa received that New Guinea natives had recovered army documents from file wreckage of a military plane The Defense Department sent search team to the site Among personal effects recovered was a flight jacket with Lieutenant Arndt’s name On it Extensive Identification waa undertaken before next of kin were notified military officials said Lieutenant Arndt 21 at the time of his death enlisted In the Army Air Force In 1941 while a student at the University of Minnesota His -parents moved from Minnesota where he was bran and raised to Hastings while he waa in service In addition to his parents Lieutenant Arndt la survived by his brothers Richard of Hastings and Milo at Blue Earth Minn and a sister Mrs George Sieloff of Hastings Burial services for the 10 tims of the crash will' be held March 7 at 11 am at the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery St Louis Mo PHONE 2-1111 Magneton Insurance SMNh JOIN sympathy whimpering slightly to gain attention of onlookers at the Brown Derby "When I took the Phil Silvers 3how Job I was the first actor in history to be named after a dog I walked doom the street to be greeted by barks and whistles While- It was good for the pocket book It was terrible for the ego It was a dog's life except even other dogs had no respect for me” Goafield stood up to his full 5 feet 2 inches to thwack the table resoundingly "Well never again I am now Maurice Gos-Add actor” PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Phono 2-2197 or 3-1112 RUTTS DRUG LINCOLN — grading schools will Nebraska during March the University of Nebraska College of Agriculture announced Friday The first will be March 14-15 at the North Platte Experiment afi the second March r Station t &18 at tore in L the College of Agrlcul-Lincoln James R Enix United States Department of Agriculture regional extension wheat marketing specialist stationed at Oklahoma State University will be fa) charge of grain grading in traction MteheuTfa! Contribute to Who GENEVA (UPI) — Russia has contributed a million rubles ($250000 at tourist exchange rates) In sendees and auppliea to the UN World Health Organization's malaria eradication campaign for I960 It was announced Thursday Phonb 2-7514 fa Tvuno horogiam inner Radio Electronics Legal Questions Go Unanswered BEATRICE UPi — A pair of legal questions In the dispute between Norris Rural Public Power District and the city of Beatrice are under advisement by a three-man District Court panel which plans a ruling February 13 The District Court now has In effect a restraining order preventing the city from breaking contract providing that Norris supply the city with power It was drawn to replace raw Beatrice had with Consumer Public Power District and which Consumers contested In court on the grounds Norris was barred from serving cities because It la a rural district The Supreme Court then ruled that the contract was void In that Norris was a rural district and thus barred from serving cities The high court directed the District Court to Issue a mandate nullifying the contract Thursday Judges Ernest Hub-ka of Beatrice called In Judges Stanley Bartoa of Wilber and Edmund Nusa of Hastings to sit with him and hear a request for a temporary Injunction against the city and for discussion of -the form of A mandate Norris Is now contending that it la no longer a rural district by virtue of having been granted permission by the Stats Water Resources Department to drop the word "rural" from Its charter and thus it has a contract with Beatrice The ruling of the Water Resources Department has been challenged and la now In the courts Building Permits Mrs Elizabeth Bennett 1310 north St Joseph $800 remodel residence Can Obtain Low Interest Loans LINCOLN UPI — Watershed districts which can not borrow funds from private agencies may obtain long-term low Interest Federal loans Joe Haggerty of the Lincoln office of the Karmen Homs Administration told file final session of the threeday Nebraska Watershed Workshop sponsored by the State Soil and Water Conservation Committee Haggerty said the loans could be obtained only for purchasing easements and righteof-way on private land The present Interest rate on such loans la 27 per cent INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES Wi Cm H Pth S-M4S NEW WALL FASHIONS wmm f 1 X 7 I here today by IwiiMBfo dtaymi PAINT and WALLPAPER jftfGSEEN STAMPS 711 W 1st SL k

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