The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 5
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 20,1952. Of interest to women ; . . . .; . Social, Personal and Organizational Neios 'Estelle Kehler, Editor, Phone 25. Birthday Dinner Miss Jo Anne Johnson, who is celebrating her 16th birthday to"day, will be hostess at a birthday dinner this evening at the Leavenworth Country Club, followed by a line party at the Hollywood Theater. Miss Johnson will be assisted by her mother, Mrs. A. W. Johnson. The guests are: Linda McGuire, Rosemarie Krekeler, Carol Lehman, Polly Johnson, Sally Evans, Bebe Hodes, Margie Tinsley, Joan Gavin, Mary Jane Seitz, Connie Kimberling, Carolyn Miller, Virginia Fuller, Gayle Hoefener, Judy Jones, Norma Lee Braun, Patty Sterert, Mary Ann Stucker, Rosamond Taylor, Joyce Klemp, Penny Birmingham and Marcia Groins. Leavenworth, is now on the police force at Lovingtsn. Mrs. Stroud, the former Helen Warden, is an employee of the Lovington Bank. Rosemary Shockley is employed at the engineer office at the Court House. Class luncheon The Home Builders Class of First Methodist Church enjoyed a! luncheon at the church Tuesday. After the luncheon, Mrs. W.H. Martin, president of the class, conducted a business meeting. Devotions and a short lesson preceded the business session. The next meeting will be Tuesday, October 21 at the home of Mrs. R. D. Williams. DELBERT THOMAS Rhudy is the two month old son of Cpl. and Mrs. Dean Rhudy of Santa Ana, Calif. Delbert's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edgell and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rhudy. reunion at Park Villa, Wichita. While in Wichita they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Garvey, who also attended the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. A. Capesius and Gary have returned from a delightful two weeks tour. They visited Mrs. Capesius's relatives in Indiana and Kalamazoo, Mich. On their return trip they visited Mr. Capesius' sister at Dubuque, la. Mrs. Dorothy Zule and Diane stayed in the home of Mrs. Zule's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Capesius, while they were on vacation. Packet Meeting The Packet meeting of the North Broadway Parent-Teacher Association was held at the home of Mrs. Vincent Ingersoll. Printed information pertaining to the duties of each chairman was distributed and discussed, A letter of resignation from the vice-president, Mrs. Elmer Hamilton was accepted. Mrs. Leslie Hartfelder, treasurer, was appointed to fill the vacancy of the vice-president Mrs. Frank Kronkright was elected treasurer. It was decided that there be one money making project for the year to be held in October. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Lollar Reunion The Lollar family reunion -was held at Jackson Park, Atchison Sunday, August, 17. A basket dinner was enjoyed at noon and the afternoon was spent visiting. A program of music was furnished by Mrs. Kobert Kramer and Z>ar- lene of McLouth. Mrs. Nettie Kramer was the oldest member. present and Jimmie, the year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kramer was the young est Harold Lollar and family came the longest distance. Those in attendance were: Mr. Robert Lollar and Carol Ann Lollar, Nora and Effie Lollar, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lollar and Donna Rea of Hiawatha; 'Mrs. Letha Thompson, Easton; Mrs. Mary Gwartney and son Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gwartney and son Robert, Potter; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kramer and Eugene, Easton; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kramer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kramer and son Jimmie, McLouth; Mrs. Oscar Stevens and sons of Winchester; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Robbins and family of Cummings, and Mr. and Mrs. Bartie Miller and Jack Vandiver of Atchison. Mrs. Martha E. Barnett was' the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Royal E. Barber in Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burt have returned from a month's vacation at LaJolla, Calif. Mrs. William Whitaker and her guest, Mrs. Robert Ho of Shanghai will return the latter part of the week from the Eastern resorts. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heim and children, Joe, Jimmy, and Elva Mae, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Richardson and. daughter, Sharon Kay, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Collins and Rosemary, all of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anders and Barbara Ann and Timmie Joe of Tomball, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Holland of Angleton, Tex., have returned to their homes after a two week's visit at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson and grandfather, Mr. Reinhart Eha. Rural Clubs The Little Stranger Home Demonstration Unit held their August meeting and basket dinner Sunday for members and their families at the community center. Those present were: Mr. and and Mrs. George New, Nancy, Linda and George Jr. New, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seymour and Bobby Seymour, Mr. and Mrs. Cheslie Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith, Dale and Gary Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Stalter, Col and Mrs. A. J. Hashagen, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Faulkner, Mrs. A. G. English, Mrs. Florence Walden, Mrs. Carl Seward, Katliy and Lerry Seward, of Kansas City, Mrs. Orval Starnes, Mrs. Agnes Leeman, Mrs. Louis Malody, Mrs. William Seymour, Miss Hattie Zimmerman, Patty and Johnny Stalter. Mrs. Vernon Tinkler, who underwent a major operation at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City re 1 - cently, returned to her home today. The Women's Society of Christian Service of Basehor Methodist Church held their meeting in the lower auditorium of the church. Mrs. Sandford gave an interesting lesson on "Missions, Home and Foreign," followed by discussion by members, Mrs. Ronald Johnson, who was with her husband stationed in Japan, and who recently returned to the states, participated in the discussion. During the business session presided over by vice-president, Mrs. Fred Hein, plans were made to visit the Methodist Home in Topeka in the near future. Mrs. Wiess invited members of the church to attend an ice cream social at her home August 26. Mrs. Roland Johnson was ^ visitor. Members present were: Mrs. Charles Nance, Mrs. F. V. Roberts, Mrs. Grube, Mrs. Sanford, Mrs. Edward Hein, Mrs. George Marshall Sr., Mrs. Max'Scheller, Mrs. Grace Knight, Mrs. Don Bunker, Mrs. Harry Meyer, Mrs. Harvey Green, Mrs. Ward Kiester, DEBORAH HOSE Simpson celebrated her second birthday August 3. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Simpson, 533 South Tenth. (Peabody Studio Photo.) Mrs. Theiss, Mrs. Dwight Runnels, Mrs. Fred Hein, Mrs. W. A. Gardner, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Belle Kemler. Newman and Sick Woman Passes Worthless Checks RTVERHEAD, N. Y. Iff) — An ailing 58-year - old woman, told that she has only a few weeks to live, was the object Wednesday of. a 13-state police alarm for allegedly passing worthless checks to pay for medical attention and pain- easing narcotics. The 100-pound woman had iden- Ike Promises KaftsasWomen WaterRe-study DENVER Iff] — Eighty-two women representing the Kansas Watersheds Association Tuesday heard Dwight D. Eisenhower pledge a thorough re-study of Western water management problems if he is elected. The group of women came to Denver for an hour-long confer once with the Republican presidential candidate. They had traveled by private automobiles and two chartered buses. Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, of Cleburn, a spokesman for the group, said Eisenhower's reception was a lowed to attend the conference great contrast to the one they received from President Truman. She said the entire group was allowed to attend the conference with Eisenhower while only two were permitted to see Truman. "Gen. ' Eisenhower said a very thorough investigation would be made of all water management problems even if he had to come out and do it himself." Mrs. Johnson said. Mrs. Edith Manfert, of Reading, secretary of the association, said! the group represented 11 of the 15 major watersheds in Kansas. She said Eisenhower was not; asked for any commitment at the conference on his watershed policy but was told that "as intelligent voters, we deserve an answer by November." Fariey Mrs. Glen Brunei Those who left Sunday for 4-H Camp at Knobnoster, were "Mrs. L.R. Porter and Miss Sophis Angelbeck as leaders. The 13 children were. Beth Ann Dowling, Carol Ann Lutte, Esther and Gertrude Kisker, Myrna Grame, Judy Jones. Connie Kamphefner, Sarah and Sammy Porter, Keith and Larry Lutte Lloyd Croskey, and Eddie Spinner. They will attend the Sedalia Fair and will return to their homes Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Forback of Lansing have named their infant daughter Erna Lynn. Mrs. Adolph Fankhandel returned home Saturday after staying several days at the Forback home. Nine members of the Community Club made a trip Thursday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weir near Parkville to see some new electrical appliances demonstrated. Several from here attended the Eastern Star picnic Sunday evening at Melody Lane at Parkville. Several from here attended the picnic at the Stillings school house Sunday. Charles Buckley and family from California were calling on friends here Thursday. His wife, the late Ella Heath Buckley, was reared in Farley. INJURIES ARE FATAL NEODESHA HI — Charles L. Fryer, 49, a lineman for the Neodesha Light Co. died Monday of injuries he suffered Sunday night during an electrical storm. Fryer fell from a pole, while he was attempting to repair a line during severe storm. OLDER FOLKS with For the nagging, maddening, persistent itch of dry skin, so common to folks past middle age, Resinol Ointment is .1 special, soothing relief. Acts in place of missing natural skin oils —works fast, and comfort lasts. How good it feels not to have to scratch and scratch. Get Hesinol and get relief. All drag stores. She reported the general indicat- tified herself in seeking to open a bank account here as Grace ,. Benincasa. Police said she had jed he would lay out such a policy used other aliases in passing thei dur ' n g hls campaign checks. Suffolk County District Attorney Lindsay Henry said the woman, already aware of her illness, visited a doctor and received a prescription from him for a narcotic to ease her suffering. The doctor declined to disclose the nature of her illness. But from other sources it was learned that she had cancer in an advanced stage. Henry said she paid the doctor with a worthless check and that she gave the druggist a forged $45 check to pay for the filling of the prescription. Vern Stephens of the Red Sox, led the American league shortstops n errors from 1942 through'48. HOME NEEDS Misses Rosemary and Margaret Shockley of Leavenworth and Mrs. Walter Dunster of Atchison returned home today after a 'two-weeks visit with their sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Nelson in Lovington, N.M. Mrs. Nelson is the former Betty Shockley and formerly was employed in the Times office. The group visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stroud. Mr. Stroud, who wasj 'ormerly with the Santa Fe in!; Misses Dorothy', Mary and Minnie Harrison and Verna Lee Parsons, have left for a vacation at Camp Okoboji in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ko'ttman and Carol Ann and Clarence Jr., have just returned from a delightful vacation at Perham, Minn., and Fargo, North Dakota. Mrs. Edna Mae Walker and Mar- iarina and Mrs. Ada Payne and Calvin E. Payne have returned home from their vacation which included a week's fishing at Big Pine and Soon Lakes in Sunset Beach, Minn., and a visit at the Detroit Lake, Itaska Park, International Falls, and Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harvey, 1009 Fourth Avenue, announce the birth of their son on Tuesday, August 19 at Gushing Memorial Hospital. '.treated DUST MOP 98c Snap CLOTHES PINS 3 Doz 29c Beacon WAX Pint 65c 5-Tie Btoom Corn HOUSE BROOM $1.29 WHISK BROOMS 29c 50-Foot Cotton CLOTHES LINE 49c WALLPAPER For every room in the home. As low as per single roll. 9c Seidlitz First Quality HOUSE PAINT Reg. 55.79 Sale £A 00 Price ^1.70 1 gallon cans. 508 DELAWARE STREET F—IN—\ MrouR-1 .BUYING, for BUXTON and !!NCE GARDNER • Billfolds and * Keytainers .. for Men and Women Just received a Large Assortment Get Our Prices Before U Buy! Zephyr Awnings Residential and commercial. Redwood or aluminum. WlCf ft Combination Storm TT!bV.U windows and Doors. Kitchen Cabinets Made to order. Ornamental Iron Porch and stair rails. "Estimates Without Obligation" GILLESPIE SALES & SERVICE 1812 Cherokee Learenworth .1280 Packing for College? Let us clean your things. 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