The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Neb.) 1901-current, June 11, 1956, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2

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PAGE TWO Monday, June 11, 1956
Local Girl Has Birthday Party
Sherry Lee Haffke of Plattsmouth recently celebrated her
seventh birthday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Haffke. Shewn at
her birthday p?.rty
is Sherry (center)
and her guests, left
to right, Judy
Baumgart, , Kathy
Sedlak, Connie
Skalak, Nancy
Hopkins, Mary Ann
Claus and Suzanne'
Solomon. Grand
parents are the
William Jorgenscns
of Union and Mrs.
Alice Haifke of
Omaha Couple Wed
Friday At City Hall
Judge James H. Graves united
in marriage Lester W. Leaver
and Miss Maxine D. Neujahr,
both of Omaha, June 8 at the
Plattsmouth City Hall.
Witnesses to the ceremony
were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Neu
jahr of Omaha.
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Mrs. Carl Kraeger
Hosts Bridge Club
Mrs. Carl Kraeger was host
ess at her home, Friday eve
ning, to her bridge club.
Guest included Mrs. Ralph
Gansemer, Mrs. Al Huehner,
Mrs. Herman Tiekotter, Mrs.
Newton Sullivan, 1 Mrs. Perry
Dingman, Miss Marie Horn and
Mrs. Chris Bulin.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Ding
man and Mrs. Huebner.
Mrs. Kraeger served refresh
ments at the close of the eve
ning. Mrs. Howard Wiles
Leads Church Meet
Woman's Society of- Christian
Service of the Methodist Church
met Thursday at the church.
Mrs. Howard Wiles, the newly
elected president conducted the
meeting, Devotions were given
by Mrs. Gladys Glaze. Mrs.
Leslie Hutchinson presented the
lesson, assisted by Mrs. James
At the close of the regular
business a social hour followed
with the Naomi Circle serving
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Local Navy Mothers
Attend Omaha Service
A group of ladies from the
Plattsmouth Navy Mothers Club
drove to Omaha Thursday eve
ning to attend the installation
of officers of the Omaha club,
Battleship NebT. No. 42. High
ranking Navy officers from Fort
Omaha were present.
Capt. L. Flynn acted as in
stalling officer. Lieut. Com
mander Salistean Mobrue was
installing marshal, Commander
Madsen, chaplain, Mrs. Irene
Hatton was installing adjutant,
and Mrs. Hilda Kildahl, musi
cian. It was an impressive cere
mony. Mrs. H. K. Lamphere was in
stalled as commander for the
coming year.
Mrs. Larrimore, acting on be
half of Governor Victor Ander
s6n, presented three past com
manders with membership cer
tificates as Admirals in the Ne
braska Navy.
Commander Ord of Fort Oma
ha, who is in charge of the re
cruiting service wras present and
spoke of the good work of the
mothers, for the welfare of our
Navy boys and girls, who are in
service, the hospitals or veter
ans and their families.
Chief John Yordy of the Vet
erans Hospital, Omaha, also
spoke, and thanked the moth
ers for the many hours sponsor
ing parties and games for the
patients, trying to make life
more pleasant for them. He
quoted, "What is home without
a mother," and so is, "What is
the hospital without these volun
teers." Members going from Platts
mouth were Mrs. Fred Rea, re
tiring commander; Mrs. Forrest
Porter, commander, elect; Mrs.
Clarence Cotner, Mrs. Fred Es
sert, Mrs. Mary Hennings, Mrs.
Mary Worsham, Mrs. Louise
Swain, Mrs. May Favors, Mrs.
Helen Vroman, Mrs. Clarence
Akeson and Mrs. LeRoy Covert.
Fourteen Members
Honored at the
Presbyterian Meet
The Women's Association of
the First Presbyterian Church
honored the older members of
the association, Wednesday, at
the church. Fourteen members
sat at the special table ar
ranged for them and received
corsages from the association.
Mrs. Tom Friest led in the
devotions of the meeting which
45 ladies attended.
Featured on the program
were Billy Wehrbein singing
"Davy Crocket," accompanied
by his mother, Mrs. Edward
Wehrbein; Linda Livingston and
Mary Nolting played a saxo
phone duet; Mrs. Wehrbein sang
"Quilting Party" and "Memo
ries" and Jeannie Weiss played
two accordion solos.
Supper Guests See
Beautiful Paintings
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Morrison
and daughter, Laurie, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Sprieck and son,
Jeffrey, Mrs. Zilpha Seward and
Mrs. Alice Perry were guests
at a covered dish supper at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
H. Sturgis at their home in
Carter Lake Club, Tuesday eve
ning. Other guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Hiram Sturgis and child
ren and Richard Sturgis.
Mrs. Arthur Sturgis is the
former Ellen Windham of
Plattsmouth, a cousin of Mrs.
The guests were shown many
of her paintings. Mrs. Sturgis
has shown her paintings many
times in exhibitions including
Josyln Memorial and is well
known for her talent.
To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Gammell at St. Catherine's Hos
pital, Omaha. The baby was
named Larry Philip, born June
6, 1956. Grandparents are Mrs.
Frank Gammell of Plattsmouth
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeLong
of Thurman, Iowa.
To Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reed
of Newburg, New York, a daugh
ter, Ann Helen, June 8, 1956,
weighing 7 lbs. 3 oz.. Grand
parents are Mr. and -Mrs. York
Hinman and great grandfather,
E. A. Wurl.
To Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Han
sen (Lois Sharp) of Murray, a
daughter born June 6 at St.
Mary's Hospital, Nebraska City.
To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bar
nard at St. Mary's Hospital,
Nebraska City, June 8, 1956. The
baby, Debra Lee, weighed 5 lbs.
and 11 oz. Garahdparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Barnard
and Louie Born. Great grand
mother is Mrs. Goldie Barnard.
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MRS. DOIL DEAN KNIGHT, shown above, was Jeannette M.
Schoeppner before her marriage to Mr. Knight,, at a wedding
ceremony at the St. Patrick Church in Manley, June 2. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schoeppner of Louisviile.
The couple will live in Carroll, Iowa.
Miss Levonda Murdoch Married
To Glen McAfee at Nehawka
NEHAWKA (Special.) Miss
Levonda Murdoch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Murdoch, of
Nehawka and Glen McAfee of
Fullerton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dale McAfee of Belgrade, were
married Wednesday at the
Evangelical United Brethern
Church of Nehawka.
Rev. Albert Murdoch, uncle of
the bride, of . Tilden E. U. B.
Church assisted by Rev. Melvin
Shafer of the Mynard E. U. B.
Church, officiated at the double
ring ceremony in the presence
of 50 guests. - ,
Flowers sent from California
by Mrs. J. F. Sperger and Mrs.
Lewis Peterson, aunts of the
bride, banked the chancel of the
Mrs. John Murdoch and Mrs.
Jim Atterbury, cousins of the
bride, furnished the wedding
music. Beverly Murdoch, niece
of the ' bride, was flower girl.
The bride wore a lace and
tulle over satin gown with scal
loped neckline and long fitted
sleeves. The very bouffante
skirt fell from a long torso. Her
illusion fingertip veil was
caught in a lace halo. She car
ried a white Bible with pink
roses. She wore pearl earrings,
a gift of the bridegroom. Her
father gave her in marriage.
Miss Darlene Murdoch served
her sister as maid of honor
wearing a blue street length
Mrs. F. G. Egenberger Honored
On Birthday at Open House
The home of Mr. and Mrs. I naro. Punch was served from
L. W. Egenberger was the set-a huge cut glass punch bowl,
ting for an open house cele-1 Nuts and yellow mints w'ere al-
bration, mursday, honoring Mrs.
F. G. Egenberger on her 80th
birthday. The honoree and her
daughter, Mrs. T L. Rogers of
Long Beach, Calif., have been
visiting in Plattsmouth with
relatives and friends.
The honoree wore the orchids
that were sent here by Dr. T.
L. Rogers of Long Beach.
Eighty-seven guests signed the
register with Mrs. John Had
raba, Mrs. Starkjohn, Mrs. Helen
Carter and Mrs. Jeanette Black
ard presiding at the guest book.
Refreshments w-ere served by
Mrs. John Bauer, Miss Minnie
Guthmann, Mrs. John Carmack,
Miss Laura Meisinger, Mrs. F.-I.
Rea, Mrs. Helen Woolcott and
Mrs. William Schmidtmann.
Refreshments were served
from a table decorated with yel
low roses, candles and a beau
tifully decorated birthday cake,
baked by Mrs. Margaret Mdli-
Carnpfire Unit Meets
At Gansemer Home
By Helen Garner
Campfire Scribe
MURRAY The Mi-Ni-Mo-Chick
Campfire girls met at
Evelyn Gansemers home.
They learned new ways of
doing their campfire memory
book. '
We had two visitors and two
sponsors. All members were
After our meeting we went
outside to play ball. We had re-
freshments of cookies and some
chocolate ice-cream.
We collected $1.06 for
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frock. She carried a bouquet of
carnations, matching her dress.
Mrs. Maylon LeMasters of
Compton, Calif., sister of the
bridegroom was bridesmaid.
She wore a pink frock and car
ried a frontal bouquet of pink
Maylon LeMasters of Cornu-
I ton, Calif., was best man and
ushers were Marvin McAfee of
Fullerton. Cecil Murdoch was
also an honor attendant.
A reception was held at the
bride's home which was decor
ated with gladioli. ' Assisting
were Mrs. Mabel Hess, Mrs.
Elmer Philpot, Miss Bessie
Murdoch, Miss Joyce Pseta and
Mrs. Leo Redler.
Mrs. Elmer Belitz, Miss Paul
ine Burns and Mrs. Earl Died
ricksen had charge of the gifts;
Miss Donna Tintham, guest
book and Mrs. Vilas Ketlehut
and Miss Lillian Small in charge
of the flowrers.
Assisting in the kitchen were
members of the Otterbein
Ladies Aid.
The bride is a graduate of
Nehawka High School and Ag
riculture College and taught at
Fullerton. The bridegroom is a
graduate of Belgrade High
School and is engaged in farm
ing. After a short wredding trip the
couple will be at home in Ful-.
' lerton.
so served
Out of town guests were Mrs.
Nell Hooper, Moskogee, Okla.;
Mrs. Jeanette Blackard, Belle
vue; Milton Lemke, Miss Gene
vieve Whelan and Mrs. Till Cos
tello of Lincoln; Mr. and Mrs.
Bernhardt Pangratz and son,
Bay City, Mich.; Mrs. Helen
Carter, Irs. Dewey Harriman,
Mrs. Jo Hooper, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Kaufman and daughter,
Judy Kaufman, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Corcoran, Mrs. J. S. Eg
enberger and daughter, Ann
Egenberger, Mrs. A. H. Egen
berger, Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer
and Mrs. Florence Turpin all of
Omaha; Charles Egenberger and
sons, James and William Egen
berger of Brady, and Mrs. Alice
Lipscomb and family.
Rev. Seybold took pictures of
the open house celebration.
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Nehawka Onit
Of Legion to
Hold Meeting
NEHAWKA The Nehawka
American Legion auxiliary will
meet at the Nehawka t auditor
ium Tuesday afternoon, June 12.
There will be election of of
ficers. Program chairman will
be Mrs. W. A. Ost on the sub
ject of "Flag Day". Mrs. Emma
Nutzman, unit historian, will
give the unit history lesson.
Hostesses are Mrs. -Hildur
Lundlberg, Mrs. Harold Dodson
and Mrs. Ruth Lundberg.
Quarry City
News Briefs
Mrs. S. H. Harmon learned by
a Mother's Day call of their son,
Dr. Duane Harmon's return
home from a tour with his 100
piece choir of the Moorhead
Teachers College of Moorhead,
Minn., where he is head of the
music department and director
of the choir. He previously pre
sented the choir in the concert
version of the opera "Dido and
Aoneas," by Henry Purcell with
accompaniment by the Fargo
Moorhead Symphony.
This week Dr. Harmon is on
tour wuth brass ensembles from
the college. Every weekend dur
ing the spring he has spent
judging and conducting music
festivals in North and South
Dakota and Minnesota. The last
two being held at Bemidge,
Minn., and Minneapolis where
he judged the state finalists in
choruses one day and brass en
sembles the last day.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Harmon
left for Palisade this past Sun
day to visit with her mother,
Mrs. W. I. Smoots, and to at
tend the wedding of their niece,
Miss Janice Abbuhl, of Palisade
to Mr. Don Hisam of Fort Col
lins, Colo.
Miss Abbuhl is a graduate of
Nebraska University School of
Music. She often visited in
Weeping Water while at Ne
braska University. She has been
public school music instructor
the past two years in Norton,
Mr. Hisam is connected with
the Colorado Safety Patrol and
they will make their home in
Fort Collins, Colo. Mrs. Harmon
was organist for the wedding.
They stayed until Memorial
Day, leaving for home after the
Memorial Day services.
Monday, June 11
Plattsmouth Flood Control
plans will be discussed at a
meeting Monday, June 11, at 8
p.m. at Lions Community Build
ing. Tuesday, June 12
St. Mary's Guild of the St.
Lukes Episcopal Church will
meet Tuesday, June 12 in the
Undercroft Room at 8 p.m.
Tuesday, June 12
Plattsmouth Wildlife and Re
creation Association will hold a
meeting Tuesday, June 12 at the
40 and 8 at 8 p. m. All mem
bers are urged to be present.
Thursday, June 14
Navy Mothers Club will meet
Thursday, June 14 at 7:30 p. m.
with Mrs. Fred Essert. There
will be installation of officers.
Thursday, June 14
Goldenrod Study Club will
have a picnic at 1 p.m., June
14 at Garfield Park. Children
are welcome.
Thursday, June 14
Sunbonnet Garden Club will
meet Thursday, June 14, at the
home of Mrs. Lee Eastridge.
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Mrs. Glenn W. Waten
kamp of Plattsmouth,
announce the engaga
ment and approaching
marriage of their
daughter, Edith, to Mr.
Hal McCaw, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lester McCaw
of Des Moines, Iowa.
Miss Wstenkamp is a
graduate of Plattsmouth
High School. She at
tended Nebraska Stat
-Teachers College, Peru, t
and Weotmar College,
L e M a r s , Iowa. Sha
taught two years in Ne
braska rural schools. Mr.
McCaw is a graduate of
Des Moines Technical
School and is a student
at Westmar College. Tha
wedding date is set for
August 12.
Rosencrans Return From Trip
Through the Eastern States
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Rosen -
crans have returned home after
completing a 4,000 mile trip.
They took a short drive across
Ontario from Detroit to Niagara
Falls, through the Berkshires in
Massachusetts where the spring
was very late and very little
foliage was on the trees. Stops
were made at Plymouth and
Hyannis, Mass., on Nantucket
Sound and drove by many cran
berry bogs on Cape Cod.
One of the highlights of the
trip was Provincetown with its
quaint, narrow streets and hand
icraft shops. Dogwood and
azaleas were in bloom which
made a lovely drive through
Rhode Island and Connecticut.
Historical interest stops were
made at Washington Crossing,
Pa., and Valley Forge. At Valley
Forge they visited the recently
completed Bell Tower given
to the Washington Memorial
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1 Church by the Daughters of the
American Revolution.
A drive through the Pennsly
vania Dutch community of
Amish settlers at Lancaster,
Pa., was interesting.
They visited Gettsburg. They
were guests in the Cecil Her
nandez home in Arlington, Va.
Mrs. Hernandez is the daughter
of L. F. Trimpe who formerly
lived in Plattsmouth.
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