The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 25, 1952 · Page 5
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 5

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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SHE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25,1952. Fiv* this and tU SIDE GLANCES By Cailbraith Long-time employes of the Kansas Power and Light Co. received service pins and three of them watches at the recent Leavenworth district picnic at Jackson Park in Atchison. F.W. McDade, Leavenworth, got a pin and a watch fori 25 years; Floyd Johnson, 626 Spruce, 25-year pin and watch; Erma Nahrendorff, 824 Pottawatomie, 10-year pin. Tree ripe Elberta canning peach-' es, bring container. Burre Fruit; Farm.—(Adv.) Leo Gist, 115 Columbia, early this morning reported his car parked at his residence had been burglarized overnight. Reported missing was a cigaret lighter. Thomas £ Seal, 1813 South Broadway, also 1 * this morning reported his car had been broken into by springing the lock on the trunk compartment. He reported as missing a handsaw, plane, level, square and hand- axe, all of the value of ?25. Rummage sale, Salvation Army, Tuesday, 9:30 to 3:00. Bargains! —(Adv.) Albert Niemeyer, 231 Third Avenue, yesterday morning reported to the police department that his car had been stripped of a rear vision mirror, cigaret lighter, gasoline cap, winshield wipers, and some tools. The car was parked near Sixteenth and Metropolitan. Also taken from the car were a hat and raincoat. Bingo party, St. Patrick's Hall, 5th and Kiowa, Thurs., Aug. 28, - 8 P. M. Prizes,—(Adv.) Leonard Lewis, 610 Third Avenue, at 12:50 a.m. Sunday reported to the police that his house had been entered sometime after 10 p.m. by pulling the screen wire "Another certified antique? Say! Now if I had a suit ~~" of armor I could stand off our creditors!" / Nothing else appeared to have been disturbed. Wanted. Experienced truck drivers. Apply in person. Donovan Motor Freight—(Adv.) Students attending Glen Valley school, District No. 2 are asked to enroll from 2:30 to 4 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 28, Mrs. Mary Mayne, teacher, said today. Ollie Williams, 1512 South Second, and Ralph Elmer Nuttall, of Eudora were reported by Deputy Sheriff Paul Kiernan to have collided at the Bain City intersection with US-73 about 10:15 last night. Nuttall's late model car was damaged to the extent of $35, it was reported. Damage to the pick-up truck of Williams was not estimated. Lucille Kleinberg has filed suit against Howard Kle- off a rear door. Patrolmen Barnett and Barthel reported ?3 in . 50 cent pieces had been taken from'!", Clty , . ., , , ft billford in Mrs. Lewis' purse. mber S for failure to provide for the. support of their two minor children. Workman for the paving contractor this morning were plowing the old asplalt paving on Fourth between Delaware and Cherokee, preparing the street for a new asphalt top. The street is to be resurfaced from Metropolitan to Walnut. This paving was laid about 25 years ago under the administration of Mayor Francis MsAuliffe and was the last of the many asphalt resurfacing jobs started under Mayor Henry Fraser. It keeps a man jumping these days to keep up with all the sidewalk superintending he should get done. They're tearing down the the top floor of the Phillips building at Fifth and Cherokee. The hotel is always good for at least 15 minutes of concentrated gazing. Sidewalks are being torn up among other things at the hotel. Today the Mission Equipment and Construction Co. moved its big machines into the 200 block on South Fourth and started chewing up the old asphalt surface, holes and all. . The 361st Headquarters Detachment Quartermaster Battalion commanded by Lt. Col. Daniel J. Delaney, returned this morning . BERRY NICE —Wearing a blueberry necklace, Rhonda Shenwood samples some early Michigan blueberries. She'll reign over the annual Grand . Haven Harvest Fiesta sponsored 1 by Michigan blueberry growers. from two weeks extensive field field training at Camp Carson, Colo. J.F. Sexton, secretary of the Platte City Fair, said this morning it looks like the fair did pretty well this year, although the results haven't been tabulated. '"We did a good deal better than last year, when it rained just about every night," he said. Attn. Legionnaires—Meeting tonight, 8 o'clock.—(Adv.) If you don't get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. Potter Mrs. Tom Pennlngton David and Carol Sharp are patients at the Station Hospital at Fort Leavenworth. Their father, Sgt. Milton Sharp, is with the Army in Korea. Johnnie Adams has employment in Leavenworth, Mr. and Mrs. John Weigel, an children of California are expec ing to visit her parents, Mr. an Mrs. Henry Wahaus next week. Mr. and Mrs. George Sprong Mr. and Mrs. Donald Penningto and Cynthia attended the Knap reunion held at Wollman Park i Leavenworth last Sunday. Patty and Nicky Ball are visi ing at the home o£ Mr. and Mrs John Barnes. G. H. Thornburg, who has no been very well, has been taken t Topeka where he will remain fo the winter. Many Potter friends attende the funeral of E. B. Nieman a Atchison Tuesday. Mr. Niema died of a heart attack. In 1911 Mr. Nieman was made cashier o the Potter State Bank, and hel that position until 1933. He late moved to Atchison and to Lancas ter. He enjoyed traveling and i 349 toured Europe with th r armers Friendship tour. H las also visited most areas of th Jnited States and has also tra\ eled in Mexico. This past June h and Mrs. Nieman attended t h Kiwanis International Conventio n Seattle, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Kirch ner, Linda and Loveta returne Vednes^day from a week's vaca tion at Lake Okoboji, la. They re port that this lake is one of th most beautiful blue water lakes i the world. It is surpassed by Lak : eneva, Switzerland, and Lak Ixwise, Canada. The Potter schools will ope Sept 2nd. The grade school en rollment will be next Tuesday. The Round Prairie Communitj ub is holding a basket dinner a the Round Prairie Communitj house Sunday Aug. 24th at 1:00 p.m. The choir of the Potter Com munity Church is meeting at the church every Friday night for practice. Mrs. Will Oliphant will be 91 years old Sunday Aug. 24. She will be the honored guest at a dinner held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Stiglmire. Mr. and Mrs Donald Pennington and Cynthia Ann plan to attend. Cynthia Ann is the great, great grandchild o: Mrs. Oliphant. Miss Shirley Ellerman, a graduate of the Potter High Schoa class of 1952, and Everett Ross ol Leavenwbrth, were united in marriage June llth at Eureka Springs, Ark. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ross are employed in Leavenworth. Miss Mae Powers is suffering from a bruised hip. She fell down the back steps one day last'week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McGhay have returned from their vacation trip to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Linden visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake Linden last Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Linden had just returned :rom their vacation trip to Seat- lie, Wash., and reviewed this fine trip for their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Knoch of Atchison visited Bill and Mae Powers Thursday evening. The Potter Community Church is holding a home coming dinner on Sunday t Oct. 5. All former residents and friends of the church are invited to attend. L. M. Saunders is ill in bed at lis home. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Suritte visited relatives in Atchison last Sunday. Jarbalo Mi*. Ward KIutM "MODEL" MODELS PROTEST—Christina Christy, 18, left, and Arden Murray, 21, right, protest the term of the word "model" as used during the vice probe in New York. The models are seen as they picket the New York Distract Attorney's office. Sheaffer's, from 4.03 Waterman, 3.75 Parker, 5.75 up ESTERBROOK 2.30, 2.80, 3.95 Scripto, 1.00 American Venus, 1.00 Ball Point Pens Scripto, 29c Paper Mate, 97c and 1.69 Sheaffer, 1.65 Eversharp, 1.00 Fisher Ball Point Refill fits most pens, 49c Geo. H. Geiger & Co. 521 Delaware St. The Live Wire Class of the Jar balo Methodist Sunday School was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. James Jeannin at their home at its August meeting. The annual election of officers resulted as follows; President, Mrs. William Stillings; vice pres- dent, Mrs. G. F. Murphy; secretary, Mrs. Ross Quick; treasurer, Mrs. James Jeannin; reporter, Mrs. Clarence Wiley; devotional leader, Mrs. Leroy Sample;chairman of card committee, Miss Dorothy Ehart; sponsor, Mrs". J. . Magee and assistant sponsor, Mrs. Ross Quick. A report on the annual picnic and trip to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schwinn and family was given by Mrs. Leroy Sample. The next meeting of the class vill be vvith Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Magee at their home on Sunday j evening, Sept. 14. Donald Clark has been visitin this week in Kansas City, Mo with his uncles and aunts, Mr Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brandon, Mr and Mrs. George Spencer am heir respective families. Henry Kessinger. who has beei ill of pneumonia, is up about an< doing part of his chores. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Icks an children, Manhattan, and Wayn McAlexander, Fort Riley, wer Sunday guests of their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. 'Brune Byron Clark, Kansas City, vis ted his mother, Mrs. Marth; Clark the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lee a n i children, Betty Jo, Billy J. am Gary Dean, Basehor, were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W Billbe. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Cromwel and Gerald, Plattsburg, Mo., wer Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J . Magee. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger Cake that is several days old is jood sliced, brushed vvith melted mtter or margarine, and toasted ightly under the broiler. Serve the toasted cake slices with a fruit sauce. V -But, dear, it's not sportlngr '; Victory Anneberg, Manhattan, nas returned home after visiting ler aunt, Mrs. Ross Quick, and son. Bill for a week. Her brother, John Anneberg, is a guest at the Quick home this week. Members of the Jarbalo Methodist Church had a fellowship aasket supper at the Jarbalo Rural High School, Tuesday evening. They also gave a "pound party" :or the pastor of the church, the Rev. Randolph King and family of Bonner Springs. A short program followed the supper. Dr. Boatman of the Seventh Street Church, Sansas City, Kas, was a speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Summers, Mrs. Richard Kelly and little daughter, Janet, Leavenworth, Mr. and Mrs. James Grisham and Mrs. Herman Lindell, Base- jor, were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Clara Morris and son, Ralph Norris. Mrs. Henry Johnson and infant daughter, Wanda Loraine, came lome from Gushing Memorial Hospital, Leavenworth, last week. Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Ed Carrie Mae Brune have been staying at the. Johnson home. Loren Cooper, Newton, and Cpl. Charles Cooper, Enid, Okla., were ;uests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dougherty, daughter, Donna, and son, Harold r. Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dougherty, Miss Ruth Dougherty, Mrs; Elizabeth Cusick, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Willits and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Williams helped Lisa Williams celebrate her first birthday anniversary at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Williams, and her sister, Joan, Leavenworth, one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Doerr and son, Alfred, Jr., have returned from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. ; Leo Doerr and other relatives at Stillwater, Minn. Mrs. R. W. Billbe returned home last we'ek from a trip through Colorado with her son-in-i law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.' Norman Luther, Bethel. " j The Happy Circle Home Dem- 1 onstration Unit members and their families motored to Swope Park, Kansas City, Mo., Sunday and enjoyed a picnic in the park. Mr. and Mrs. James Jeannin and sons were guests of Mrs. Esther Jeannin, Leavenworth, Saturday and on Tuesday evening they visited in the home of Mrs. Mattie Schubert, Tonganoxie. other, so far aa the ewe's nose was concerned. For carrot curls, slice carrots paper-thin lengthwise with a vegetable slicer. Roll slices around your finger to make curls. Crisp in ice water for an hour or more. Serve as a first course with tomato juice, or use as a garnish for a salad. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES NOSE DROPS FOOL EWE NEW YORK ffi—A New York chemical company investigated the cause of a large order of nose drops from a Utah sheep herder. The sheepman explained that a ewe ordinarily will refuse to nurse lambs not her own. He said he puts drops into the ewes so they would accept and ^ "mother" orr phan lambs. One drop, he said, made one small lamb seem much like any Treat Mastitis Effectively with AUREOMYCIN OINTMENT ledtrfe Frequently only on» treatment is needed to clear np atreptococcic tad staphylococcic infections and return cows to full production of salable milk. WEBER'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP 527 Delaware Phone 21 Do It Now! Have your furnace serviced early and be ready for winter. GET NEW FILTERS HUMIDIFIERS CONTROLS CHECKED V Gas furnaces are automatic but need attention like your car. Call early for an assured factory trained mechanic's skilled attention. GOODYEAR Let MAYTAG Do Your Washing Automatically While You Visit or Gad-about! 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