The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 5
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1952. Five Of interest to women ..... Social, Personal and Organisational Newsi Estelle Kehler, Editor, Phone 25. . Pinochle Party • Mrs. Lillian Bodette of Cleveland, Ohio, who is visiting her son, Mr. Ralph Hipsley, was honor | guest at a pinochle party at the home of Mrs. Fred W. Scharf. Prizes were won by Lillian McMillan, Jane Ferment and Lillian Bodette. The guests were: Mesdames George Gunther, Russell Steiff, Frank Ferment, Joseph Bowen, Bernard C. Lee, Clifford Brewer, Ralph Hipsley, Virgil Lurker, William Endriss, Lillian Bodette, Lillian McMillan and Florence De- Veau. son of Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Bennett, 4 Ottawa, has returned to Serman Air Force Base after completing a three-months course in Alphabetical Filing at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base at Cheyenne, Wyo. *3& Birthday Party Bill Ammel, who was two years old August 19, celebrated his birthday at a party given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ammel at their home, 213 Girard. Refreshments of ice cream and cake and iced tea were served. The guests included Bill's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Benton and Mr.-and Mrs. Philip Ammel, Mr. and Mrs. George Ammel and Linda, Bob Ammel, Mr. and Mrs. John -Ammel, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gaupp, Fay, Ray- ^-* RAYMOND DOUGLAS Lada was a year old August 15. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lada, 305 Second Avenue. His maternal and paternal grandparents are Mrs. Constance Lada and Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Ritenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Handle Ward anjl % „ e t l T P • * ay ' „ y " daughter, Marilyn Ann, 1000 North mond, Herby, Jeanie and Helen ~. v ?m*. hart as their *,,»..** Tues- Mae Benton. Attend Conference Rev. and Mrs. Earl Stites have returned from Abilene, Kas., where they attended the Kansas Conference and Camp of United Brethern Church. Rev. and Mrs. Stites were apt pointed to the pastorate of the lo^ cal United Brethern Church for another year. Annual Picnic The annual picnic of Cleveland Park Social Club will be held Sunday, August 2A at 12:30. In the event of rain, -the picnic will be at 15th and Vilas. Watermelon Party The Unity Grange of Boling will have a watermelon party Friday, August 22 at 8 o'clock at Little Stranger Community House. Members of the grange may bring guests. Twelfth, had as their guests Tuesday Mr. Ward's father, Mr. Eldsi Ward of Caldwell; his uncles, Sam Ward of Seiling, Okla., and Delbert Ward, Taloga, Okla., his aunt, Mrs. Clarence Skelton of Taloga and his sister, Mrs. Earl Shells/ and family of Edwardsville. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson., 903 South Third, are the parents of a daughter born this morninf; at Gushing Memorial Hospital. Admitted as a patient at Si. John's hospital today was John Garrison, 830 Kickapoo. Admitted yesterday was Mrs. Margie Teagu 506 Pottawatomie. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pogge.- meyer Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Poggemeyer Jr., have return- , ,, „, • c /-.-j TM ed from Palmer, Neb., where they Rumbough McClure of Gideon, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Kendell and and Mrs. daughter Rollin C. DeLude Frances, returned Tuesday from-a ten day vacation in Minnesota. Airman 3-c Doyle Bennett, Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Trent and son, Bobby will return Saturday from Minnesota, where they are spending their vacation. Dr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Weeks of Van Nuys, Calif., have chosen the name, Jeffrey Elaine, for their son born July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie S. Weeks of 611 North Mr. and Mrs. Evan Morris of Salem Neb. were Tuesday guests at the Chester Zook home. The children of the W. T. Edmonds family, in honor of t h e i r parents, presented the church with a pulpit light at the Edmonds reunion Sunday afternoon. The dedication service Rev. Endsley. conducted Twelfth Street, grandparents.. are the paternal Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schrey and family are visiting Mrs. Schrey's parents in Pomona, Kas. Miss Charlotte Medill of this children were present but Mrs. .W.A. Allen who was ill. The children present were Mr. and Mrs. James Edmonds of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edmonds of Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Adair Edmonds, and Mr. and Mrs. Raj' Lobb of Oskaloosa, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edmonds and Mrs. Clarence Kell. Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Ikenberry moved into Mr. Denny's house. JMrs. Ikenberry will teach in the McLouth High School this year. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Lancaster and Donna Lea of Omaha, Neb., spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs Eva Lancaster and Mr and Mrs. Harry Lancaster.. . Ed Black entered Lawrence Memorial Hospital Tuesday where he will undergo surgery. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Luse were: Mr. and Mrs. city, and Miss Frances Leahy of| Harry Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. Du- of Kansas City, Mo., have returned from a two-weeks vacation in Chicago and Detroit. McLouth Alice Tomia The annual reunion of the descendants of Thomas and Mary Edmonds was held Sunday at the Edmonds Chapel. 100 relatives were Approximately present. Rev. Earl Edmonds, grandson of Amos and Helen Edmonds, conducted the 11 o'clock service. A basket dinner was served at noon in the church. The afternoon program was in charge of Mrs. Lucy Seaver. Eldon Farris gave a reading; solos were given by Cheryl Seaver and Herbert Edmonds; Mr. Earl Edmonds sang a memorial service Mrs. Leah Reedy, ane Kramer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halvorson and daughter o£ St. Marys, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Mater of Topeka. Mrs. Lottie Ashworth and Ruth Hopkins accompanied Mrs. Grace Newberry to her home in Guyman, Okla., Wednesday. Mrs. Newberry has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. Lottie Ashworth the past week. Mrs. "Nellie Lodge and Ruth and Betty spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scott and family of Ottawa and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bogel and family of Chanute. Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Lallier called on their aunts, Mrs. Lucy Martz and Mrs. Susan Chapin, Tuesday. Lt. Lallier, Medical Service Corps, has returned to the States after 19 months overseas with the Eighth Army at a POW Hospital in Korea. He will report for duty at Carson, Colo. Mrs. Lallier was formerly Miss Essie Bromell of Leavenworth County. A pink and blue shower was given by the Stanwood Ladies Aid, for Mrs. Geraldine King at Stanwood Church Thursday. Mrs. King received many lovely and useful gifts. Refreshments of cookies and ice tea were served. Lansing Bucyrus were Sunday callers in the H. R. Linniger home. Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Tobyne are leaving soon, on their vacation. They will go to Coldwater, Mich, to visit their son and family. Mrs. T.F. Rudisill continues to improve at her home. Mr. Sherley who is ill in a Topeka Hospital is resting comfortably. Mr. and Mrs. Noble of Paramount,? Calif., are visiting their daughter Mrs. Jack Stewart and family. Jack Stewart has returned from Chicago where he attended a Memorial Gardens convention. Miss Dorothy,* Young is improving at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Young. Mrs. Dora Stewart had as her guest her mother. Miss Marie Friedlund and sister of Kansas City, Mo., were guests of Miss Dorothy Young, Wednesday evening. Mrs. S.R. Cole has gone to Wa- mego to be with her mother who is ill. Here's a good supper menu; scallops, baked potatoes, and cole slaw. Saute the scallops in butter or margarine and serve with tarter sauce. To make the sauce mix a cup of mayonnaise with a tablespoon of minced dill pickle, a tablespoon of minced parsley and some finely grated onion. For dessert serve ice cream with, .fresh blueberry sauce. Mr*. J. C. Young Mrs. Andy Hollingshead received word of the death of her father William Twillam at Wichita. Mrs. Hollingshead left for Wichita i mediately, Mrs. Hollingshead. went Saturday to attend funeral services and burial. Mrs. Henry Kenaga went to Pittsburg to visit her father who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hollingshead and family of Emporia were weekend guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Hollingshead. Warden Hudspeth is spending some time in California visiting relatives. Word has been received here of the'death of Mrs. Clarence Starbuck at the home of a son 1 n New York. Mrs. and Mrs. Starbuck lived in Lansing several years where he was employed at the State Prison. Mr. Starbuck died some months ago and since that time Mrs. Starbuck has made her home with her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Kirby of K RESG E' S Boys fcack-fo-Sctiool Pants and Mrs. duet. A conducted by was given in memory of Roy Housh, husband of Mrs. Lucy Edmonds Housh, and Perry W. Shrader. husband of Mrs. Genevieve Edmonds Shrader. Elizah Edmonds was the oldest relative present, Margo Sims, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Tabor Edmonds, was the youngest re- iative at the reunion. Mrs. Matt were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Jack Dinsdale and children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schindling have as their guests, their daughters, Mrs. Reginald Cook and Miss Jane Schindling. Mrs. Cook will return to her home in Wichita next week and Jane will leave Monday Mrs. Juanita Zoerner and children,- Donna, Gary, Linda and San r dra who have spent the summer with Mrs. Zoerner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Matiock, will leavo September 1 for their home iu Moorestown, N.J. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lang(5 and family will leave for Chicago for Lawrence to resume her stud-l 011 Saturday where Mr. Lange win ies at the University of Kansas where she is a senior student |be principal of a Lutheran School. Their residence in Chicago will be at 1706 West Marquette Road. Col. and Mrs. L.M. Hanna an vacationing at 'Grove, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grundhaus er and son, Paul, of St. Charles Mo., will arrive next Tuesday for a 10-day visit with Mrs. Grund hauser's parents, Mr. and Mrs John E. Baker. Dr. W.L. Pratt and son Dick are enjoying a fishing trip in Minnesota, where they are guests of Mr. Guy Colby, who has a cottage near Brainard. Mrs. Elverie Zunz has left for her home in St Petersburg, Fla. after a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Goehner. . Miss Marialice Pratt, who spent the past three weeks with her parents, Dr. and Mrs, W.L. Pratt, has returned to St. Louis Mo., where she will resume her studies at St. Louis University, Miss Pratt is a junior student *t the university majoring in Nursing. BEAR-BACK RIDER-Riding this bear piggy-back is lun for nine-year-old 'Joan Hollidge 'of London who is not a f r a"! d of , bruin. The reason: He's just a i stuffed bear decorating Alum (Bay on the Isle of Wight, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simpson are spending a week in.Bimidji,. .linn. came the greatest distance. The meeting closed with the group singing "God be with you till we meet again." Rev. Ralph Sanchez has received an appointment to the Presbyterian Church and will move to Clinton, 12 miles southwest of Lawrence. Rev. Sanchez will attend the seminary at Parkville, Mo., this coming year, while preaching at Clinton. Louis Sanchez, Ralph's brother, who has; been attending Kansas university; this summer left Saturday to his' some in Puerto Rico. j Mrs. Ernest McHenry entertained with' a dinner Thursday night j in honor of Ernest's birthday j Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold' McHenry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Edmonds and family and Mrs. John Williams and family. HEAVYWEIGHT, FEIT BASE 9x12 Ft. RUGS CHOICE COLORS AND DESIGNS Regularly $8.95 *YOUR CHOICE UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED ?7.45 COOK'S PAIN3! 406 Delaware Phone 137 Each Packing for College? Let us clean your things. 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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ARE THE LAST DAYS! I v «t No. 2. Two pocket shirt with wide stitched down tucks—club collar. White, Beige, Navy, Green. Sizes 32-38. Send Mail Orders To: •200 So. Fifth leavenworlh, Kas. Add 15c Postage. No Stamps, Please. No. 4. New wide wing collar tucked and edged with ball fringe lace. White only. Sizes 32-38. . - «**r A Each HOSIERY p. KNOWN FOH QUALITY FOR OVER 20 YEARS 200 S. Fifth Leavemvortli, Kas. L. hosiery sale Once a year we bring you these tremendous savings on the finest stockings in America. Such outstanding features as high twist nylon, Custom-Fit Proportions and a wonderful selection of new fall colors make it a must for you to stock up now. 60/15 Twist Supreme SI/15 Run-R-Less 60/15's, 60/20's, Dark Heels, Run-R-Less 51/15's, 51/30's 45/30'a Regularly 1.95 1.65 1.50 1.35 Now 1.56 1.32. 1.19 1.08 3 Pairs 4;65 3.90 3.50 3.20 Regular prices teill prevail after this sale. BAKER'S 212 So. 5th Phone 507

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