The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 24, 1952 · Page 10
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 24, 1952
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Ten f HE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1952. Women's news Earnhardt, Mrs. Lloyd Parsons and daughter Geraldine, son Byron. Mrs. Ira Parsons, Mrs. Jean Jackson, Mrs. Lula Seifert, Mrs. KuhnkoH, Mrs. Charles Seifert, Mrs. William Seifert, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mrs. Helen McCune, Mrs. A. D. McCune, Mrs. Wm. McCune, Mrs. Lucy Geisen, Misses Anna Lohman, Peggy and Cookie Jackson, Mary and Trudie Oilman and Jva Fern Parsons. The September meeting will be with Mrs. Wesley Hedges and leader, Mrs. Helen McCune. The August meeting of the Bell 4-H Club was held August 18 at the Theodore Dodd home. The meeting was opened by Hie club singing "The Plowing Song", which was followed by the Flag Salute and Club Pledge. Roll call was answered by Facts about Health. The program was opened by club singir" 1 " Then followed an Accordi' .,, "Dime a Dozen," by * »aret Dodd. A Health Talk, Jo Anna Brown; Music Appreciation, "Mountain Ballads" by Alice Dodd; A Health Discourse, "Contagious Diseases" by Mary Lou Jauering; Parliamentary, T o Withdraw a Motion by JoAnne Brown, The program was read for the next meeting, which will be held on September 16 at the Francis Pierron home. Those who attended were: Margaret, Alice, Ray, and Delores Dodd, Mary Louise, Joe, Rose Marie, Edward Jauering, Jimmy Johnny, Charles Monahen, Jimmy, Patsey Peterson, Diane, Calvin Shockley, Jerry Moschini, JoAnna, Charles Brown, Betty Thompson, Bernard Pierron and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pierron. Visitors were Geraldine Norris, Anna Marie Pierron, Eddy Domman, Mrs. Frances Peterson, Clifford Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dodd and David and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dodd Sr. Smith Heads OfficejBridge Results For Western Union *Christ Jesus' is Theme At Christian Science Church How the light of Christ brings ili- lumination will be the theme in The First Church of Christ Scientist, today at the 11 a. m. service. The topic of the Lesson-Sermon •will be "Christ Jesus." The Golden Text is from n Corinthians 4:6, "God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in -the face of Jesus Christ" Lesson-Sermon passages from the Bible include Gene- The Rev. Edwin Berner, pastor of sis 1:3: •"And God. said. Let there be light: and there was light" Correlative passages from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy include: Miss Brown Engaged MR. AND JIKS. WILLIAM A. Brown announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Mr. John P. Hendrickson, son of Rev. and Mrs. M. Hendrickson of this city. The wedding will take place when Miss Brown completes her senior year of High School at Auburn, Neb., where she is residing. Raymond E. Smith, 1008 Pottawatomie, has been named man- jager of the Atchison office of Western Union. Smith started with I Western Union as a messenger boy at the age of 14 in Leavenworth and has been manager of the local office two of the past four years. Smith, 36, has 22 years of service with Western Union including four years spent in the Army during World War H. For two years he was stationed at Rheims, France, as chief operator of an 18-man teletype team. He has worked in 34 different Western Union offices in the Third district of the company which includes the states of Kansas, Missouri and Colorado. His wife was formerly Miss Muriel Key of Fairview. She is a former Western Union operator and has worked in the Atchison office. Both his sister and her sister have also worked for Western Union. Mr. and Mrs. Smith have two children, Sylvia, 8, and Charles, 11 months old. The family will move to Atchison. "Christ, as the spiritual or true idea of God, comes now as of old, preaching the gospel to the poor, healing the sick, and casting out evils. (P. 347). Woodbridge Johnson, Presbyterian Speaker Woodbridge O. Johnson, associ- Results of the 12 table Mitchell played Friday night at the Leavenworth Duplicate Bridge Club at I the City Hall: (North-South) 1. Mrs. Rose Buis, Mrs. Cleo Weitz .-. 162 2. Dr. and Mrs. R. O. Settle ... 154 3. Mrs. Carl Siemon, Mrs. J.-J. Thompson 153 4. Mrs. Ralph Stewart, Mrs. W. I. Hinkle 148 5. Carl Henrichson, Dr. James Swaim 144 (East-West) 1. Mrs. John Davenport, Mrs. E. W. Hiddleston 15S 2. Mrs. R. H. Fredlake, Mrs. Marion Spitz 151 3. Mrs. W. E. Enright, Mrs. Robert Noll 147 4. Mrs. G. W. Bowser, Marjory Wildhagen 145 5. Mrs. Herman Baum, Mrs. Tom Pulley 132 Building Permits Four building permits were issued last week by Harry Timberlake, Sr., city building inspector. A number of minor repairs permits were also issued. E. R. Madison of 1310 Lawrence will build a five room dwelling ate professor of Religion and Bibi- W!ith batn - ful1 basement, attached cal Literature at Park College,!Sarage and breezeway at a cost Parkville, Mo., will be guest min- of 57,000; William Bransfield, will build five room dwelling with bath and attached garage at 1307 Cheyenne at a cost of $7,000; Julius Kaaz will remodel the bus garage at 1304 Ottawa at a cost of ?10,000; Lester Alexander will build a six room dwelling with bath and full basement at 517 Fifth Avenue at a cost of $8,000. ister today at the First Presbyterian Church. His sermon theme will be "The Secret of Resting." Special music will be given by a quartet composed of Steve Jennings, Roy Kunkle, PJchard Weyer and Paul Johnson, with Mrs. Robert P. Brooker at the organ. Episcopal Church Schedule There will be two services this morning at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Holy Eucharist will be at 7:30 and Holy Eucharist with sermon at 10 o'clock. Both services will be conducted by Father Mack E. Leabo, rector of the church. WILLIAM FILLER SERVICE Funeral service for William Filler, 72, a resident of Leavenworth for 70 years, was Saturday afternoon at the Larkin Funeral Home. St. Martin's Lutheran Wallula, officiated. Church, Interment was in Mount Muncie Cemetery. Pall bearers were Edward Gabriel, Edward Cord, Peter Popowitz, George Foster, Otho Barthel, and Kramer Klingele. Reserves Promote Mezzera to Colonel Lorenzo F. Mezzera has inform ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Egis to Mezzera, 316 North Fourth, that he has been promoted to the grade of colonel in the Officers' Reserve Corps, Army of the United States Colonel Mezzera is the deputy quartermaster of the QM Section Sixth Army Mobilization Group This group is made up of reservi officers of all branches and woulc augment the Sixth Army Head quarters in time of an emergency The new colonel lives in S a n Francisco with his wife and year-old son. He is general mana ger of the Atlas Chemical Com pany in that city. Mezzera is a graduate of Immaculata High School and attended St. Benedict' College, Atchison, and the Univer- »ity of Kansas. Colonel Mezzera served five •ears as a quartermaster officer during World War H. He spent ap- jroximately four years in the Cen- ral Pacific area and was awarded he Bronze Star Medal for his re- lamation activities in that theater. He is a graduate of the Associate Course, Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, and of the Field Economic Mobilization Course of the Armed Force Industrial College. Walker, Chicago, HI.; Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Mrs. Emma Center, Mrs. Luella King, and Mrs. Katherine Walker, all of Los Angeles, Calif.; three nephews, Robert Dougherty Sr., city, Samuel Montgomery, and William Montgonery, both of Los Angeles, Calif. The body is the Holmes & Son Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are pending. July 2, 1952, was the 90th anniversary of President Lincoln's signing of the Morrill Act which created America's system of land- grant colleges. Treat Mastitis Effectively with AUREOMTCIN OINTMENT led.rJe • Frequently only one treatment is needed to clear up streptococcic and staphylococcic infections and return cows to full production of salable milk. 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