The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 21, 1952 · Page 8
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 8

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, August 21, 1952
Page 8
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Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, TIIU RSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21,1952. William Filler Died Yesterday William Filler. 72, 209 Dakota, a resident of Leavenworth 70 years, died Wednesday afternoon at St. John's Hospital. Born June 8. 18SO, in Germany he was a son of Peter and Mary Filler. He crime with his parents from Germany at the age of two directly to Leavenworth. For 40 years he was employed as a wood finisher at the Abernathy furniture factory. He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the Eagles Lodge Aerie No. 55. Sir. Filler, is survived by a brother, August Filler. Kalmazoo. -Mich.; another brother, Carl Filler, died June 22, 1952. Funeral service will be Saturday at 2 P. M. at the Larkin Funeral Home. The Rev. Edwin Berner, pastor of St. Martin's Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home until the hour of service. Bridge Results Five From Here Into Armed Forces Results of 10-table mitchell play Tuesday night at Leavenworthl Country Club Duplicate Bridge Two men have re-enlisted in the Club play: regular Army and three have joined the Air Force, M/Sgt. Mun(North-South) son -p. Dailey, recruiting' officer, Weather Observations By The Associated Press U. S. weather observations for 24 hours ending at 6:30 a. m. family in Kansas City. (Ralph Faulkner attended the slipblECCA FEE WAIVED Mr. and Mrs. James Bozworth cover lesson held one day last 1. Mrs. W. I. Hinkle, Chet Moorehead 148 |2. Mrs. J. J. Thompson, Mrs. | Mark Hanna Sr 142 . Mrs. Dewey Collins, Mrs. Ralph Stewart 132 [i. Mrs. C. B. Sweeney, Mary Rose Sweeney 117 4. Dr. and Mrs. Russell Settle 117 (East-West) 1. Mrs. Mike Lonergan, Mrs. Wendell Wenstrand 144 [2. Mrs. Ladd Hull, Mrs. Owen Hull 127 3. Maj. John Davenport, M. T. Santa 124 4. Johnny Christ, Jimmy Dodd 118i 5. Mrs. Bob Noll, Mrs. Bill Enright 112 said today. Station Chicago [Denver Edmonton Ft. Worth 104 Sergeant Dailey explained he has;Havre, Mont S3 several vacancies existing in the!Kansas City 95 Air Force quota for August. AJLos Angeles 75 Miami 88 Minneapolis ....... 85 woman recruiter for WACs and WAFs is at the Leavenworth recruiting office in the Post Office each Tuesday, he reminds young Going back into Army life were Thomas C. Pike whose family lives at 711 Metropolitan, and Billy C. Thomas, 1001 Osage. Thomas, a single man, has 76 months prior service. Pike had spent 45 months in the Army. Both men were sent to Camp Crowder, Mo. Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Helen T _ . ,„., . i ?f?V. Wllm !" g , tOn> Del., Arthamel M. Johnson, Wilson and Vilas, and Robert K. Smith, 513 Miami were sent to Parks Air Force Base - Pleasanton, Calif, for Force basic training. Max Min Pre. 78 70 .56 84 60 .01 M M 81 59 70 62 77 57 M .10 1.89 and Bobby spent several days last week in St. Louis and attended the National League ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Stalter visited Mrs. Stalter's aunt who is ill in the hospital in Kansas City. Mrs. Chelcie Fitch and Mrs. CAIRO m—King Ibn Saud o f .veek in Leavemvorth under thei Saudi - Arabia has decided to waive .. -,. ...... supervision of Miss Christie Hep- all fees on Moslem pilgrimages to Mcccaj ^ Holy city o£ Islam _ ler, the new home demonstration radio j e dda announced. leader. The fees, amounting to $66 per head, were to be paid in advance by every Moslem giving to Mecca. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Cardinal farmhand Bobby Slaybaugh, 20-year-old lefthander who lost the sight of his left eye in spring training, was unable to participate in high school athletics because of a severe case of rheumatic fever which left him with a heart ailment. New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Washington 92 80 ....101 83 75 66 76 69 .10 Boling Mrs. Emma Rogers Died This Morning Mrs. Emma Rogers, 85, 225 i home and Vernon Rogers. Cleveland Terrace, died this morning, at the home of her son, Vernon Rogers, 1S01 South Broadway. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Martha Fredricks, Los Johnson, city; five sons, Roy Rog-j ers, Wisconsin, Earl Rogers, Anna-j Davis was visiting a brother sta- conda, Mont; Harold Rogers, Chi-! tioned at Sherman Air Force Base cago, and Clarence Rogers of the when he enlisted. Johnson, who is married, and Smith are both 1950 The body is at the Holmes & Son graduates of Leavemvorth High 'Funeral Home. Funeral arrange-1School. Smith attended college two ments are pending. years. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIED Mrs. Ralph Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lamborn, Linda, Loraine and Judy Lamborn and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lamborn motored to Boise, Ida., to be the guests of Lt. and Mrs.. Donald Marks and daughter. Edward Faulk and Stanley McKeene Jr., who have been the guests for the past couple of months of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. English and Mr. and Mrs. Tom English, have left for their home in California. I Mrs. W. Woulfe of Kansas City was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom English and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs: Miles Baxter, Mrs. Lelia Farnsworth and Miss Edna Burwell were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Baxter and Crystal,-Red Pitted Delivery Service C CHERRIES " 19 Dozen Cans In Syrup, Georgia Elberta PEACHES~27 C Solid, Red Fruit TOMATOES" 17 Dozen Cans Dozen Cans $0.99 2 $1 .89 1 I Gudahy's PICNIC HAMS Ready to eat! 6 to 8-Lb. Avg. Lb. 39' I All Meat HAMBURGER PORK LIVER Lb. $1 $1 California, Val Vita Peaches Maine Oil Sardines 12 $1 Dog House * Dog Food 12cl b $l Charmin Toilet Tissue 12 $1 Fleming's Flavor-Rich Coffee 1 Granulated Sugar 10 $ 1 IGA Red, Sour, Pitted CHERRIES Lb. 29 C Delicious Ice Cream Dessert! Half Gallon 69 California Sunkist ORANGES Sunkist LEMONS Thompson Seedless GRAPES Dozen Dozen 49 C 41 c 2 " 29 Fancy, Home Grown TOES Rocky Ford 27 Size CANTALOUPES Jumbo Melons Seedless G ES^ A iffii BP^ ^^ ^& 4feBBB iAPES 2 ^ 37c Crisp CARROTS B c :°16c YAMS 2- 29c Fancy Illinois PEACHES.... 3* 29c ers Coffee Lb. 84 eef Sale! Tide or Oxydol . Toilet Tissue Lge. Pkg. Northern 2i 4 Rons 3 T c Curtiss •Aid . . . 6-25 ICE COLD All Day Saturday! Baking and Stewing U.S. Graded Choice— Young, Tender Calves 4th and LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Sugar Cured BACON SQUARES 29c Lb. Ohse's Famous WIENERS Lb. Pkg. 55

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