The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 24, 1952 · Page 7
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 7

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 24, 1952
Page 7
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1952. Seven Women's news Baum, Josie Baum, Catherine Sloan, Edna May Walker, Gertrude Crandall, Amy Ruth Lewis and Lois Binderim. Catherine Sloan and Lula Baum will act as counselors at the meet ing. The conference will begin a 9 o'clock and luncheon nil be a the Eldredge Hotel. Engaged MR. AXD MKS. EDWARD F. Lee, Rural Route Three,. Atch- Ison,, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rita Marie, to Mr. Marvin Gwartney, son of Mrs. Marie Gwartney of Easton. The wedding will take place September 30 at St Patrick's Church south of Atchison. (Star Studio Photo.) Scotch Foursome The Ladies Golf Association of Leavenworth Country Club will have a mixed scotch foursome at the club Tuesday evening beginning at 5:30. A buffet supper wiE be served at 7:30 in the club grill. Miss Margaret Cobb is in charge of arrangements. . Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hampton [ ^rs. Hester Ohlhausen entered and son Bill will leave today for a Research Hospital at Kansas City, j ten-day vacation in Chicago, where Kas., today. Mrs. Ohlhausen re- they will visit Lyle Hampton and (sides at RR 1, Jarbalo. Mrs. Hampton's sister, Miss Sarah McClanahan. Mrs. Max Lingenfelser will b e hostess to the Cheerio Club at her Mr. and Mrs. Colonel H. Boon have returned from a vacation British Columbia. They were join ed by Col. and Mrs. J.W. Boon and son Dan of Salt Lake City and Miss Helen Stevens of Seattle Wash., sister of Mrs. Boone, in their tour of Vancouver and Vic toria, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. R.S. Mather o Louisville, Ky., who have been the guests of their parents, Mr. ant Mrs. A. Cassella, returned to their home on Saturday. Mrs. James R. Siegert and child ren, Sharon and Larry and Mrs Seigert's mother, Mrs. Mary John ston, have, returned from Los Ange les, Calif., where they were guests of Mrs. Johnston's sister, Mrs. A E. Straub. They visited manj points of interest in California. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Bradley have chosen the name, Randolph Stephen, for their son born Augus 22 at St John's Hospital. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Henry Bradley. 223 Osage and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Boles, 316 Second Avenue. Lit and Mrs. Hfllel Samisch, Jr. who have been visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hillel Samisch, have left for Ft. Benning, Ga. where Lt Samisch will attend the Infantry School for fifteen weeks. Enroute they will visit Mrs. Samisch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Hagedorn, at Memphis, Tenn. Later Lt Samisch will be stationed at Ft Riley, Kas. Mr. J. Lewis Thorpe has returned to his home in Albuquerque, N.M. after visiting Mrs. E. Viljoen and Mr. Joseph Thorpe at La ing, Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. McGee, Planters Apartments and and Mrs. Grace Murray, 219 North Broadway. Lt. Col. Robert L. Woodard and family, who recently arrived in the States from Munich, Germany, now are occupying the former Biddie home on Miami, recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moulden, who had made their home there for the last two years. Colonel Woodard has been a s- signed as a student at the command and General Staff College. There are five children in the Woodard family, three of whom were born in Germany. -The older children speak German quite fluently. Colonel Woodard was stationed three years in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ellis and daughter, Jane, left yesterday for a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park and other points in Colorado., Mr. Claude Sputker who has been a patient at the Veterans Hospital. Wadsworth, has returned to his home, 902 Metropolitan. Mr. Marshall Gardiner, member of the news staff of The Times, who has been a patient at the Veterans Administration Center Hospital at Wadsworth, for the past three weeks, has returned to his home, 1131 Olive Street Dr. and Mrs. Peter S. Combs and son Peter have returned from a fishing trip in Arkansas. home on Rural Route Four Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. Rev. and Mrs. Dirk H. Middents, who spent the past few weeks in Lakeland, Fla., are now attendin; a Pastor's Conference at Montreat N. C. While in Florida, Rev. Middent was supply preacher for his frieni Rev. William Monte Johnson a Westminster Presbyterian Church of Lakeland. Rev. and Mrs. Middents plan t return to Leavenworth this wee] and the pastor will be in his own pulpit next Sunday. Circle Meeting The Susanna Circle of the First Methodist Church met Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. Robert Lang Jr., 626 Ninth Avenue. Mrs. Carol Montgomery j »j led devotionals and Mrs. Roy Lord presented the lesson. ' The hostess served refreshments to the following: Mesdames l)uff Wagoner and Nada, Kenneth Harmon and Keith, Mrs. Ralph Anderson, Mrs. Jule Martin and Stevie. Mrs.'Francis Barren, Patty and Susie, Mrs. Glenn Wolf and Richard, Mrs. Carl Montgomery, Jane, David and Philip and Mrs. Roj' Lord and Cynthia. on the wall. whose cleaning looks the BEST of all? You don't need a magic mirror-any ordinary one can tell you how much lovelier you and your clothes look with our finer drycleaning. Clothes last longer, too! This WM&, why don't you try Delivery Service T« Lansing and the Country Club Addition LAUNDRY IMC. Rural Clubs The Lucky Six 4-H Club held their August meeting at No. School house. The meeting opened with the 4-H Pep song and roll call was answered with a joke. The program consisted of a talk on "What Equipment to take to the fair." Jean Marie Theis gave a demonstration on "Selecting Canned Foods for the Fair". Melvin Wagner- spoke on "Danger of Tetanus." Visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Theis, Mary, David and Richard Theis. Recreation was led by the Wagner children and refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Leland Doty. The Tabernacte Ladies Bible Study was entertained at the home of Mrs. Rosalee Gilman Thursday at 2. the lesson given by the new president Mrs. Elsie Darrow, who spoke Thy The Scripture lesson, was led by ;on Talents and "What is in Mrs. Lucy Geisen on the 25th chap-jHand." ter of Matthew in keeping with' The following were present: Mrs. Elsie Darrow, Mrs. Perry Porter, Mrs. Wesley Hedges, Mrs. Blanche ADDITIONAL WOMEN'S NEWS ON PAGE 10 Lowest priced in its field! This beautiful new Styleline De Luxe 4-Door Sedan liilj for (en than any comparable model in its field. fConlinuafion of standard equipment and trim illustrated is dependent on availability of material J DINAH IS BACK1 The Dinah Shore Show on television — brighter, gayer, more enter/dining than ever. 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