The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Tuesday, August 19, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19,1952. Of interest to women ,: . Social, Personal and Organisational News Istelle Kehler, Editor, Phone 21. Bride of Everett J. Waudby In an impressive ceremony at Sacred Heart Church Saturday, August 16 at 10 a.m., Miss,Betty Pearson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Talton Pearson of th is city became the bride of Mr. Everett J. Waudby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown Waudby of Russell, Kas. The Rev. Father Joseph F. Salting officiated at the ceremony before the altar decorated with white king asters. Mrs. Walter Huber, played fh e following program of organ music: "Panis Angelicus"; Ave Maria"; On This Day O Beautiful Mother" and "M arch Pontificate" and "Festive March." " The bride, who was given i n marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white net over taffeta fashioned with short sleeves, fitted bodice, off the shoul der neckline and bolero of net Her finger-tip length veil cascaded from a crown of pearls and she carried a white orchid' on a white satin Prayer Book. Mrs. John R. Ls'le of Fort Leavenworth, who attended her sister as maid of honor, wore a ballerina length gown of pale blue net designed with pointed basque bodice and circular skirt. Her floral headdress of pink and white carnations and net matched her gown. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink and white carnations tied with colonial blue ribbon. Mervis Lynn Ressig of Russel, Kas., flower girl, wore a frock of pink taffeta, had a headdress of pink and white carnations and carried a basket of rose petals. Mr. Lyle Moran of Oskaloosa, Kas., served the groom as best ner plans to remain at their Third Avenue home during Colonel ITauk- ner's absence. Farewell Party A delightful farewell party and dinner in honor of Mrs. Lillian McMillan was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Scharf. Bridge, canasta.and pinochle were enjoyed after a sumptious meal. A pastel color theme was carried out in the decorations and table settings.! Mrs. McMillan was presented a cosmetic jewelry traveling bag by her friends. The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smotot Jr., Mrs. Vera Jaseph, Minnie Storm, Ida Kline, Mr. and Mrs. Addison T. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Lazarus Loeb, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lurker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Scharf, Myrtle Schaaf, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Proctor Sr. man and ushers were Messrs. Alan Liebeno and Donald Bonn. A breakfast at Town House, Kansas City, Kas., followed the ceremony. The table was adorned with white blossoms and the cake was wreathed with smilax and daises. Mr. and Mrs. Waudby are at home at 621 Chestnut. Studio Photo.) '. handkerchief shower last evening given by Mrs. Bertha Goodwin at her home, 821 Third Avenue. The table was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The guests were: Mesdames Ro- zena'Rogers, Bertha Jones, Bessie Epps, Blanche Lewis, Lydia Lynch Evelyn Rogers, EJetha Walton Margy Cook and Mrs. Self. Mr. L.N. McAllister, guard at the Kansas State Prison, and Mrs McAllister spent their vacation in Colorado Springs, at the home of a brother, E.G. Rumsey. They spent some time fishing and report good catches of mountain trout. They made the trip by motor car with their son, Kenneth B. Hylton. Capt. and Mrs. Leo V. Heintzelman, 1113 North Broadway, announce the birth of their son, Clinton Leo, August 11 at the US Army Hospital, Fort Leavenworth. A special meeting of the Happy Hollow 4-H Club was called by the president. Miss Betty Berg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grape. The purpose of the meeting was to make plans for the 4-H County Fair to be held at Tonganoxie August 27-29. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Those present were: Betty Berg, Clara Flint, Shirley Sass, Rita Ann and Kenny Heintzelman, Alice 3eim, Anna Louise Grape and eaders: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grape. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Richardson and daughters, Jacqueline, Sue Ellen and Linda have returned from a fortnight's visit in Colorado. They visited with relatives and friends in the famous Paudre Canyon, Fort Collins, Boulder, Englewood and Denver; also Grand Lake up Trailridge Drive. In Englewood Mr. Richardson made a tour of the Federal Reformatory. They visited the Gordon Zink family in Englewood, who are former Leavenworth residents. Mr. Zink transferred from the Leavenworth Prison to the Englewood prison three' years ago and will retire from prison service in December, after 23 years. They plan to continue living in Colorado upon retirement Mrs. Richardson and daughters will drive to Oklahoma and Texas next week to visit friends am relatives -and will return home arly in September. JANE ELLEN SPARKS (left) will be three years old in October and her sister, Judith, is four months old. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Sparks, RR 2, McLouth, and their grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mason, RR 3, Leavenworth, and Mrs. Walter Hassett of McLouth. Lawrence Avenue and Mrs. Emma Smith', .413% Shawnee; also a foster grandmother, Mae Henderson RR One. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gebhardt of Weston are the parents of a son born this morning at St. J o h n' s Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willcott Sr., have left for a month's vacation in California and Texas. In Santa Monica they will be guests of Mrs. Willcott's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schanze. They will visit their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Wil- loctt Jr., in Midland, Tex., and in San Angelo will be guest of Mr. Willcott's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hollway. Admitted as patients at St. John's Hospital yesterday were Mrs. John Boydston, Platte City, and Lincoln Smith of Lansing. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crook entertained at a birthday party at their home, 426 Olive, on Sunday, for their daughter, Donna Jean on her 13th birthday. The guests were : Sharon Burris, Trudy Harris, Jill and Judy Downing,. David and Jimmy Haddock,, Sandra Wilk, Terry Becker, Vincent Schmidling, Janette Steuernagel, Linda Bird, Carol Herzog. Games were enjoyed and refreshments were served by Mrs. Crook. Club Dinner Members "of the E. A. T. Club enjoyed a dinner recently at the Overflow Club. The candle lighted table was beautifully decorated with flowers in pastel shades. The following members were present: Margaret Babski, Lou Banks, Mary Carpenter, Margaret Chevalier, Mary Edgell, Lorraine Gausz, Freda Hartman, Jackie Hennessey, Anna Marie Hund, Phyllis Hund, Betty Motjka, Jessie North, Pat Santa, Martha Rose Sparling, Lola Summers, Betty Wilkerson, Mary Ann Willcott and Gladys Ozarkiewitz. Handkerchief Shower Mrs. Saluda Self, who will leave this week to join her husband in France, was honor guest at a Leaves for Japan Col. Howard Faulkner, who for the past four years has been in the office of Executives of Reserves and ROTC Affairs at the Pentagon, Washington, D. C., has left for Seattle, Wash., from where he will sail for Yokahoma, Japan for a tour of duty. He reports at Fort Lawton near Seattle August 20. CoL and Mrs. Faulkner have spent the past month with their mothers, Mrs. John Wiehe and Mrs. Reese Faulkner. Mrs. Faulk- for BUXTON and PRINCE GARDNER • Billfolds and * Keytainers for Men and Women Just received a Large Assortment Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson o arbalo have chosen the name Vanda Lorraine for their daughte: jorn August 11 at Gushing Memor al Hospital. The baby has twc brothers, Jimmie and Eugene anc a. sister Delores. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, 413V Shawnee. Great-grandparents ar Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brune, 133. Clothing and Books Come in tomorrow! We'll b e glad to show you how you can secure cash to outfit your children for school. Low cost, quick, confidential service. Fidelity Finance Company H. D. Cory, Secy. 210 S. 4th Ph. 708 COMPLETE LINE of SCHOOL SUPPLIES buy NOW ... Avoid the Rush! WHITAKER'S 322 Delaware Phone 42 Cadet Gary Robbins, who has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robbins, 816 Da- iota, left yesterday for Geneva, N. Y., where he will visit friends before'returning to West Point. Mr. Charles W. Moore, son of Mr. Charles I. Moore, will leave Thursday for Phoenix, Ariz., where he has accepted a position as audi tor for the Carnation Milk Com pany. Mr. and Mrs. Rhudy Jost am children, Floreen and Jimmy anc Marian Kramer and Corky Poff enjoyed an outing in Swope Park in Kansas City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Anthony IV and family have returned from Edgartown, Mass., where they were the guests for three weeks of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Anthony m. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wise o: Houston, Tex., are visiting Mr Wise's aunt, Mrs. R. A. Tobyne and Mr. Tobyne at Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Herkins Sr., 317 South Tenth, have be come grandparents for the third time in a few weeks. Their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Old? Get Pep, Vim with Iron, Calcium, Vitamin B t • •ETM UIIHMITM ot 40, 50; 60. Don't be Mbit, W UlTlt PI old. weak, worn-out, ex- Iff! hausted. Take Ostrex. Contains tonic often needed after 40 — by bodies lacking Iron; plus Col- clum. Vitamin Bi Thousands now Icel peppy, years younger. 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And another daugh :er of the Herkins, and her hus Jand, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Logan -hincoteague, Va., have a son Charles Ernest. All three children v e r e born less t h a n a montl apart. Second Lt. Charles R. Stroble son of Mrs. Gladys Stroble o iVashington, D. C., who was gradu ated August 1 from Officers Candi date School, Fort Benning, Ga., i spending a 15-day furlough wit) lis wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs <ramer Klingele, 715 North Ninth Street, before reporting to his nev station at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. August 19. Mrs. Stroble is the for mer Miss Patricia Klingele. Bennie Robertson, 234 Fifth Ave nue, left yesterday for Washing on, D. C., for a two weeks' visi vith his aunt, Miss Jean Robert son. Rural Clubs The August meeting of t h e Cornets 4-H Club was held at th: Sd Hutchinson home. The presi dent, Miss Trudy Gilman presided and roll call was a com )leted project. Plans were madi or a booth to be sponsored by the club at Tonganoxie State Fair Mary Frederick gave a talk on row to handle objects with safety and LeRoy Seifert spoke on "The Right Tool for the Task." Game were enjoyed and refreshment COFFEEMASTER It's automatic! You can't miss! Perfect, coffee every time—1 cup to 8. No watching—no worry. AH gem-like chromium plate. No glass bowli to break. Automatic Percolators Universal 529.95 Mirro Matio $12.95 West Bend $11.95 THE MEYER APPLIANCE CO. 217 South 4th St. Phone 1 Birthday for the Month of AUGUST Special HANKIES for that month, too. HERBER'S 104 So. 5th Ph. 635 HOUSEHOLD NEEDS No Wet Hands When You Use An O'CEDAR SPONGE MOP for your scrubbing $3.95 CURTAIN RODS PICTURE HOOKS PICTURE WIRE BATHROOM TOWEL-BARS. SOAP DISHES. DUST MOP VALUE! Regular, $2.39 Special, $1.98 WATER TUMBLERS were served by the hostess, Miss Jeanie Hutchinson. Visitors at the meeting were: Mr. Thurman Moore. Mr. Frank Kroll, Jim Jarvis, Tommy Jackson. Members included: Mary and Virgil Frederick. Butch Jarvis,~- Jerry Chambers, Jeanie Hutchinson Lylc Moore, LeRoy Seifert, Trudy Oilman and Joan Allen. Leaders present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen. The High Prairie Bible Study will meet Thursday at 2 o'clock at the home of Rosalee Oilman. Members are to bring articles of clothing for the missionary box. The Gushing Memorial Hospital Guild will meet Friday, August 22 at 2 o'clock at the hospital. Members are urged to attend to make plans for the annual linen shower. DEMOCRATS ELECT COFFEYVILLE UP) — Richard Liebert of Cqffeyville has been elected chairman of the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee, succeeding J. C. Carlton, county chairman for the past six years who did not seek re-election. LEGAL NOTICES SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 10 O*. 1951. ch. 267) A Proposition to amend article 7 of tfaft constitution of the state of Kansas by adding a. new section thereto, relating to a. permanent Income for certain state institutions. Be it resolved by the, Legislature of th* State of Kansas, two-thirds of the members elected to the Senate and two-thirds of the members elected to the House at Representatives concurring therein: Section 1. There is hereby submitted to the qualified electors of the state for their approval or rejection, a proposal to amend. article 7 of the constitution of the stat* of .Kansas by adding thereto a new section to be numbered section 6 to read as follows: Sec. 6. The legislature may levy & permanent tax for the creation of & building fund for institutions caring for the insane, blind, and deaf and dumb* and the legislature shall apportion among and appropriate the same to the several institutions, which, levy, apportionment and appropriation shall continue' until ' changed by statute. Nothing herein contained shall prevent such further appropriation by the legislature as may b» deemed necessary from time to time for the needs of said charitable and benevolent institutions. Sec. 2. This proposiion shall be submitted to the electors of the- state at th* general election in the year 1952 for their approval or rejection. The amendment hereby proposed shall be designated.on th* ballot by the title: "Amendment to th* constitution providing for a permanent building fund, for the benevolent and charitable Institutions." Said proposed amendments shall be voted for or against *• provided by law under such title. Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and be In force from, and after Its publication in the statute book. L hereby certify that the foregoing 1* * true copy of original Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 10, now on file to aa? PAUL R. SHANAHAK, (Seal) Secretary of Stat*. BUSDER BROWNS i|or tip Younq "He-Man :•' ••f' ; ^7l"'-- ~i- : , iS''"' ' f " ''•:•"" •'.:•"' J- "- Likes to rough-house, does he? Then deck him out in these he-man Buster Brown Buckle "n Strap Oxfords. Their soft brown Elk uppers and rugged Avonite soles mean miles of extra wear. And they take a dazzling shine that makes 'em perfect all the way from sand-box to Sunday School. Bring him in for a. fitting today. 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