The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 25, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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She 1HE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 25,1952. Of interest to women Social, Personal and Organizational Netvt Estelle Kehler, Editor, Phone M. To Study in France Mr. Diclc Miller has left for New York City from where he wilJ leave Thursday, August 28 by plane for Paris France, for a year's study at the Sorbonne, famous institute of learning in Paris. Mr. Miller, who for three years has attended the University of Nebraska, plans to major in creative writing and literature at Sorbonne, University, working on his M.A. degree. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.T. ^Miller, 514 Linn. Enroute to New York, Mr. Miller will visit his grandmother, Mrs. Florence Field in Chicago. Golf Luncheon, The Ladies Golf Association of the Leavenworth Country Club will have a luncheon in the club grill at 12:45 Wednesday! Golf will begin at 9 a. m. Hostesses for the day are Miss Patty Sterett and Mrs. OrviUe McCollum. Annual Picnic The Willing Workers Home Demonstration Unit will hold their annual picnic on Thursday August 28 at noon at the picnic area north of Abeles Field. In the event of rain, the picnic luncheon will be at The Methodist Church nt Lansing. Watermelon Party Alpha Pi Chapter of Beta Sig- mma Phi will have a watermelon parry at the home of Miss Karleen Maupin, 563 Marion Street, Friday, August 29 at 7 p.m. Plans will be made for activities of the sorortity for fee fall and winter months. Social Meeting St. Joseph's Altar Society on North Broadway will have a social meeting in the church basement Tuesday, August 26 from 2 MRS GLADYS FAULKNER, a graduate this spring of Abilene Christian College, will teach third grade at the Anthony School. A native of^Fort Worth, Tex., she recently married Paul B. Faulkner, minister of the Church of Christ in Leavenvvorth. The Faulkners live at 923 North Tenth. She holds a BS in elementary education. to 4 o'clock. Cards and bunco will be played and refreshments served. The committee includes: Mrs. Francis Gaddis, Mrs. Florence Seitz, Mrs. Campbell, Mrs.'Frances Shmidling. Mrs. Philimna Noll, Mrs. Van Buren, Mrs. Florence Clements, Mrs. Lillie Fellman, Mrs. Snyder, Miss Doege and Miss Leona Becker. WSCS Meeting The Woman's Society of Christain Service of Easton Methodist Church met at the church, hall with Mrs. Lucy Scheerer and Mrs. Roxie Goff hostesses. Mrs. Goldie Ala, vice-president, conducted the meeting, which opened with song and prayer. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse. Plans were made for the annual fall bazaar, which will be held October 15. During the recreational hour, prizes were won by Mrs. Susie Fevurly and Mrs. Sarah Fitch. Refreshments were served to the following: Mesdames Belle Connelly, Clara Stafford, Susie Fevurly, Minniemae Maier, Sarah Fitch, Alice Burdette, Lucy Adamson, Lottie Robinson, Thelma Thornburgh, Goldie Griffin, Dorcas Brautigan, Evelyn Godge, Goldie Ala, Roxie Goff and Lucy Scheerer. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, September 5 with Mrs. Helen Berg. In case of inclement weather the meeting will be held hi the church hall. Special Meeting A special meeting of the Merri Bowlers League will be held Tuesday evening at 7:30, at the Ideal Recreation bowling Alley. Mrs. Mae Scharer invites all ladies in- erested in bowling to attend the meeting. Mrs. Charles Nuhn will return Friday from a month's visit with her sisters, Mrs. George Pfaff on Long Island, N.Y., and Miss Berniece Schalker in West Topham, Vt are the parents of a daughter born Sunday at St. John's Hospital. Thej reside at 619 Pottawatomie. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Burre and sons, David and Charles, have returned from a delightful two weeks vacation in Colorado Springs, Rocky Mountain National Park. and other scenic points in Colorado. The rites of Baptism were performed Sunday at Michigan Ave- fiue Methodist Church by ( Rev. Alice Sutton for Janet Elaine Mc T Clellan, 13-month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McCellan, Rural Route Three. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Rural Route Two, are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, August 24 at Cashing Memorial Hospital. A son was born Sunday, August 24 at St. John's Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lindsay of Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Hickman Hanna CARJSlYAL By Dick Turnet "Me Growling Bear! Squaw name. Bird Sprig! This OUT ' boy. Wolf Whistle!'* TRUDENCE ANN and Timothy Lee Defrees are the children of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Defrees Jr., 928 Sixth Avenue. Trudence was two years old August 24 and Timothy was three, August 6. Their grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Defrees Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Owens. Mr. Joe Pogue is their great-grandfather. DICKIE LEIGH WARNER is the son of Corporal and Mrs. Richard Warner, 529 Michigan. Dickie was two years old August 10. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Nash and Mrs. Sarah .Warner. Great- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nash and Mrs. L u 1 a Sparks. (Peabody Studio Photo. Miss Bertha Nieman has resum her work at the Times office after a two weeks vacation. Mrs. H.B. Fowler and Miss Est ler Shaughnessy have returned from a three weeks vacation spen n Manning, N.D., and North For al Saskatchewan, Canada, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Voorhees and children, Stephen and David vho have been guests for a week if Mr. Voorhees's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Eph Voorhees, have returnei o their home in Seattle, Wash. Miss Maureen Love of Jefferson City, is the guest of her uncle anc aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Kendell eneral, Staff Bail Out fust Before Plane Burns INDIANTOWN GAP, Pa. Iff)—Lt Gen. Leon W. Johnson and five o lis staff escaped from their C-4 ransport plane shortly before f aurst into flames Sunday during a crash landing. The crash was an unexpectei irelude to Governor's Day cere monies of the Pennsylvania Na tional Guard where the Contin ental Air Command chief was om if the honored guests. With Johnson flying as co-pilot the plane was making.its seconc approach to the landing strip when t hit telephone wires and plum meted to the ground. for Dinnerware Spode Wedgwood Castleton Blue Ridge Russel Wright Adrian Clark Died Sunday in Florida Adrian E. Clark, husband o f he former Agnes Dawes of Leavenworth, died yesterday in St. Pet- rsburg, Fla. He was 66 years old. He had been seriously ill four mon- hs. Mr. Clark was a civil engineer n government service in New York 40 years. He retired two •ears ago and moved to Florida vith Mrs. Clark to live. He was a native of Hopkinsville, Ky., and came to Fort Leaven- vorth to enlist in the Army Engineers in 1906 He served three •ears and then became a civil engineer. He was superintendent of engineers on Lower Nantucket ound on the east coast, and later vas superintendent of engineers of he Port of New York. Besides his wife he is survived by a son, Adrian E. Clark Jr. of Vew York City. Mr. Clark was a brother-in-law if Judge Joseph Dawes, 420 Arch Jlanehe Dawes, 525 Kickapoo, am Mrs. Florence Crispin, 600 Dakota Funeral arrangements have no yet been made. Simple frozen desserts are a ileasant way of introducing fruit uices and milk in the diet of a mall child as well as the diet of the rest of the family. Preschool- rs will like the frozen desserts f they are not too cold or too sold. Texture tells the story in coat fabrics'this Fall. Here, we show three fabrics getting top fashion emphasis. A brushed fleece (left) is used for this vertically-stitched loose coat by Harry Frechtel. High mandarin collar stresses the simple, vertical lines. Sleek, polished zibeline with high, luster is cut (center) into a double-breasted coat by Bagedonow. Sleeves are convertible, can be worn pushed up. High-textured worsted boucle makes a town coat with natural lynx collar (right) designed by Dave Bellsey. Lines of the skirt are soft, are accented by stitched, hip-arching pleats. Maj. Grover C. Freeman Died Friday in Topeka Maj. Grover C. Freeman, Ret., signal officer at Fort Leavenworth from June, 1942, to June 1948, died at Winter General Hospital in Topeka Friday. Major Freeman was well known in Leavenworth after his six years at the post. -After retirement in 1948 he lived in Atchison with his wife and daughter, Ruth Ann. The funeral will be at Fort Leavenworth, but the time has not been set. tant Chaplain, officiated. The World War I veteran died Friday. Burial was in the V.A. Cemetery at Wadsworth. Sumpter Funeral was in charge. VIolher Home Drunk To Find Children Dead ATLANTA UV-Four small Negro children burned to- death in heir home early Monday while heir mother, police, said, was 'out on a drinking spree." They were.identified as Jo Ann , Marian Gene, 3, Sammy Ed vard, 2, and Poindexter, 7 months he children of James Edward Roand, a hotel garage night atten lanr, and Kathryn Roland. Patrolmen C. N. Edge and W. D loskins said the mother returned iom!e drunk with two other women" and a man after the fire was brought under control in :oncrete block duplex structure Cause of the fire was not im mediately determieed. FORMER KANSAN DIES UTICA, N. Y. Iff)—Dr. Frank W "lehn, 87, a former member o the Kansas State Board of Health died at his home in nearby West moreland Sunday. He had been in 11 health about a year. Dr. Plehn and his wife movet lere recently from Fulton, Neb He had practiced in Broughtgn and Blue Rapids, Kas., and Bur chard and Scottsbluff, Neb. Tilt-Hide Briefcases and Underarm Cases Guaranteed 5 Years! WHITAKER'S 332 Delaware Phone 42 IT'S A MAN! AS GUARDS OF SHEBA'5 QUEEN, WE'RE DUTY-BOUND TO INVESTIGATE... COME! EH?MDU KNOW HIM? FOR PETE SAKE, DOC, WHAT SOMEWHERE IN THE WASTELANDS OF ARABJA, ALLEY OOP RIDES / LOOK! WITH THE GENIE WHOSE MACK/ ISTHATA CARPET FLEW AWAY WITH / MAN OR OOOLA AND FOOZY. [ A DUST OEVIU? LEROY KING SERVICE Funeral service for LeRoy King, 57, was this afternoon at the Protestant Chapel at the Veterans Ad- mirtistration Center, Wadsworth. The Rev. E.G. Rodehorst, Protes- Weather Observations By The Associated Press U. S. weather observations for 24 hours ending at 6:30 a. m. Station Max Min Pre. Chicago 79 55 — Denver 85 58 .02 Edmonton 74 55 Ft. Worth 104 80 — Havre, Mont M M M Kansas City 80 65 — Los Angeles ....'... 92 74 — Minneapolis ...."... 81 55 — New Orleans 94 76 — New York 79 63 Oklahoma City 91 72 — Washington 78 56 — SAILORS 'ADOPT' GIRL NEW YORK (ffl—The crew of the destroyer USS Radford have a girl —although she's only a 10-year- old victim of war's aftermath. The crew, whose age is 21, have "adopted" little Sylviane Declerch of Calais, France, by sending more than the $96 required for her for one year to Save the Children Federation in New York City(80 - 8th Ave). Sylviane's family was bombed rom their homes twice in World Var n and the father, who has ve other children, is unable to ,'ork at present. The sailors will orrespond with Sylviane and their onation will help buy life's neces- ities for the girl who has never ad a doll. ACLUEI Watch for Slim FRIDAY For Heat See SALMAN'S • Furnaces • Stoves • Heaters SALMAN'S T & G STORE '/! block North ot Mehl & Schott's Phone 2686 The saddest part of hi-way toll, Of all of us who drive, One-half or near .... Who die each year .... Are not yet twenty-five! TAKE IT EASY YOU MIGHT INJURE A CUSTOMER OF Fidelity Insurance Agency Geo. F. Bcrnhardt, Insurance Counselor ', 210 So. 4th St. Phone 708 i Q\ Serve Wine Tonight! DRY WINES FROM CHILE BY A. DUSSAILLANT REISLLNG - RHINE - CHABLIS BURGUNDY - SAUTERNES GRAN VINO 98' FIFTH CASE OF 12, $10.78 FROM FRANCE: ST. ESTEPHE, BORDEAUX, 5th PRINCE BLANC, BORDEAUX, 5th. FROM CALIFORNIA: MARCA PETRI, Va-GAL , .1.47 .1.47 .1.15 1 MILE EAST OF FT. LEAVENWORTH. Packing for College? Let us clean your things. Now's the time to send us those suits, skirts and sweaters, those smart dresses and formals for their "before college" cleaning. * Clark's Fifth Avenue Cleaners Join Our TV Contest! 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