The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 6
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 26, 1952. Of interest to women Social, Personal and Organisational Newt Eitelle Kebler, Editor, Phone 25. Personal Shoicer Miss Harriet Sill, whose mar riage to Mr. Clyde Blackaby wi be an event of August 29, will b honor guest at a parry and person al shower tomorrow evening, give by Mrs. Alma Hougland, Mrs Floyd Miller, Mrs. Gladys Dod and Mrs. Ethel Meerpohl. The party will be given at th home of Mrs. Meerpohl, 909 Met ropolitan Avenue. Bridal Shoicer Miss Helen Hiatt will be hostes at a party and personal shower a her home, 613 Ottawa, Wednesday evening, as a courtesy for Mis Frances Leintz, fiancee of Mr David Woodson. There will be 2 guests at the party. Meyer-Stone Reunion On Sunday August 24, a familj reunion and dinner was held a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wai ter Meyer, RR 2, Easton. The following enjoyed the occa sion: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ross Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs Fern McCarter, Mr. Claude Stone Mrs. Anna Belle Rogers, Mr. ani Mrs. Francis Connole and chil dren, Debby and Tommy; Mr. anc Mrs. Roy LaCrone, Mr. Joe Me Carter, Miss Darlene Cook, Mr and Mrs. Arlene L. Haynes a n i children, Linda and Jackalini from Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fevurly and children, Rita, Erwin and Pauline, Mr. and Mrs. Grace Don Flentie were guests. Ritchie and son Jimmy, Mrs Lorna Brandenburg and daughter Kathy Marie, Leavenworth; Mr and Mrs. Walter Meyer and son Walter Clalr. Connelly Reunion The annual Connelly reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lassiter near Valley Falls and honor guest was .Mrs. Belle Connelly, who celebrated her 84th birthday anniversary August 24. A lovely dinner was served at tables on the lawn oi the home. Mrs. Connelly received many attractive gifts. The group elected officers for the ensuing year, including: Mrs. Goldie Ala, president; Miss Lucy Belle Searles secretary treasurer, and planned their next reunion, which will be held at No. 6 school house. Those who enjoyed -the occasion were: Mrs. Belle Connelly, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Housh, Mrs. Birdie Benton of Leavenworth; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Connelly, Lawrence; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kettler, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ala, Mrs. Rosa Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sheldon and son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klinkenbeard, and children, Shirley, Robert and Roland, Mr. and Mrs. James Goff, all of Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. ward Searles, Charneil, Sunday and Eddie of Leavenworth, Miss Lucy Belle Searles, Kansas City, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Connelly, and children, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams, Lawrence, Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Housh, Shenandoah, la., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lassiter, Raymond Jackie and Connie Sue and Ed Searles. Mrs Ethel Swoyer of Valley Falls attended the reunion in the afternoon. Honor Mrs. Durham A group of friends met at Hope Mission, 523 Seneca, Sunday afternoon to honor Rev. M. Alice Durham on her birthday anniversary and to dedicate a program to her. Special solo selections were given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newton. Their accompanist was Mrs. Leona Jones, who also played for group singing. Rev. Earl Stites spoke on the subject "Sitting at the Feet of Jesus." Mrs. Stites led the praise service. There were representatives from six Leavenworth churches at the service. Myron Schwinn. Jerry Schwinn gave a health talk and Herbert Schwinn spoke on "Safety." Ronald McManus gave a discourse on "Conserve Your Clothing." Games were played and refreshments served to 22 persons. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crecelius spent the past week with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bus Larkin and children at Omaha, Neb. Mrs. John S. Russell of Weston has resumed her work as teletype- setter at The Times, after spending a vacation with relatives and friends in Peoria, HI. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parsons of Burlingame, Kas., are the parents of a daughter, Deanna Darlin, born August 14. Mrs. Oscar Myers spent several days recently with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Parsons and children, Junior and Deanna. William Rowe, 820 Osage, who has been a patient at St. John's Hospital, was removed Monday to the Veteran's Administration Center Hospital at Wadsworth. Mrs. Robert Myers left Sunday for several weeks stay in Colorado. Muncie HDU Picnic A delightful picnic was enjoyec i>y the Muncie Home Demostration Unit members and their families Friday the 22nd at Hawthorne Following the supper, Mr. Don Flentie, the Leavenworth County Agent, showed several interesting motion pictures Miss Christie Hepler and Mrs. Mrs. L.C. Gatwood will be the lostess for the September, meeting on the 26th. Rural Clubs The Green Promise 4-H Club jeld its August meeting, at the Tariss Stolte home. The meeting was called to order by the pres- dent, Herbert Schwinn. Shirley Courtney called the roll, with members answering with, "What I Am Taking to the Fair". Plans were made to invite the .ucky Six 4-H Club to a square dance at the Springdale Hall Sep- ember 22, at which time the club vill hold their annual achievement meeting. The committee reported the success of the shower for the Court- family, attended by 135 per- ons. Herbert Schwinn, delegate o the junior leadership camp at Rock Springs Ranch, reported irogress of its building program. Four members of the club participated in the 4-H Style show. <aren Stolte received blue and ed awards; Larry and Myron chwinn won red ribbons in the est dressed boy contest and Herert Schwinn received grand hampion prize in the contest: The onor entitles him to a week's en- ampment at the Hutchinson State 'air. The program Included: Group inging; a project talk by Richard Courtney, and a demonstration by Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Forgey, 901 Quincy, are the parents of a and Miss Donna Christ left today for Pratt, Kas., to visit until Friday with Mrs. Voorhees's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Grier. John K. Boles Jr.. president; Mrs John B. R. Hines, vice-president; Mrs. Ernest Samusson Jr., secretary; and Mrs. James W. Courts treasurer. The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Hostesses for the social hour will be: Mrs. Esther Phillips, Mrs. Marie Jen-it, Mrs. Olive McWilliams, Mrs. Edith Moore, Mrs. Edna Probst and Mrs. Mabel Rogers. The Little Stranger Community Club meeting scheduled for Thursday has been postponed until Wednesday, September 3. At The Fort By CHARLOTTE WELSH Welcome to Fort Leavenworth. We hope the Command and Genera] Staff class will enjoy its ten months here to the fullest. Fort Leavenworth is a wonderful place. Your quarters may not be as nice as you are used to, you may be a little crowded, the men will be studying hard at night, but it isn't as tough as some people say it is. This is a student's post. Faculty ivives. post staff and permanent personnel go all out to see that everything is as comfortable, convenient and interesting as possible Two big events are looming up on your calendar. The annual General's reception on Sunday, September 7, and the Women's Club tea on Tuesday, September 9, two of the few events of the year a; which clothes really matter. Suits hats, gloves and furs, if the weather permits are all de rigueur Afternoon dresses, if not too de collete, are also worn with hats If the weather is hot, and the reception can be held on the ter race, be comfortable and save jour new fall ensemble for the tea Rumor has it that the models for the October fashion show are chosen at the reception. Your sponsoree will invite yoi to the tea. The purpose of the tea is for everyone to meet as many new people as possible. So even if you have your own group, go ivith your sponsor and help her telp you get acquainted. A son was born Monday, August 25 at Gushing Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Royer of Valley Falls. daughter born Monday, August 25 for student families. It takes a at Gushing Memorial Hospital. terrific job of organizing to fit 600 new families into post life each year. So if you feel a little regimented sometimes, remember, there is a reason. The Fort Leavenworth Women's Club does everything in its power to provide interesting and educational activities for every student wife. The Welcoming Committee is organized by the F. L. W. C. You probably already have heard from your sponsor. If you have not, and know her name, call her. She may be trying to get in touch with you. She will be easier to find than you, as her name is listed in the phone book. She wants to help you when you need her. You will do her a favor if you will tell her when you need her help. Mr. and Mrs. David Wallingford of Platte City, announce the birth of their son this morning at St. John's Hospital. Admitted as patients at St. John's Hospital yesterday were: Mrs. John A T oll, 779 Miami; and Mr. John C. Seitz, 216 North Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shalkoski, 700 Ninth Avenue, announce the birth of their daughter, Gayle Lynn, on Sunday, August 24 a t Gushing Memorial Hospital. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Vic Shalkoski Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Timberlake. Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Davis and daughter, Miss Anneta Davis, have returned from a trip to Carlsbad Caverns, El Paso, Tex., and New Mexico. One of the most beloved spots on the Post, the historical, little Post Chapel offers a wide variety of religious activities for every member of the family. Two Sunday school sessions, Junior Choir, Junior Altar Guild, Assistant Sunday school teachers and Acolytes juild provide plenty of opportun- ty for every Protestant child on he post to take part in some re- igious activity. Adults are urged to participate in the Chapel Altar Uild, the Choir and Acolyte Mothers, the Woman's Auxiliary, he Choir and the Brotherhood o) St. Andrew, men's organization. St. Ignatius Catholic Chapel also has a full schedule of services and parochial activities for Catholic members of the community. Pan-Hellenic, P.T.A., Women's Club, Army Daughters, Dramatics Club, and other groups will all have representatives at Andrews Hall during registration this week questions and assist newcomers. The Social Activities Calendar goes on sale this week at t h e Book Store and Andrews Hall. TV/r j •]... T . . --... .Ljwutv .jivit; oiiu filll.injvv:s lldll. M!.and Mrs. Lows A. Miller re-! This convenient rec ord of the turned yesterday from a two weeks year's functions is published an- escorted tour of the Canadian inually by the Daughters United Rockies, Vancouver and Victoria, | States ArmVp who nave an active B.C., Seattle, San Francisco and!g roup on t}, e post Proceeds from Los Angeles; also Tijuana Mexico the sale of the calendar go to the and the Grand Canyon of Arizona. Hospital Emergency Fund, which was established and is supported solely by the Army Daughters. Officers for this.group are Mrs. Mrs. Gordon Voorhees and daughters, Annette and Christine, from head to foes in..« CotOR ftmtmft colon for happy' >o»B9 f*M Mi Jumping-Jock iho«. Jatnping-Jocki, the, •niq»e palentMl shoe with Hie one-pi«« »)• from the tip of tlw iae, lo the lop of *• IMC), aum* your chUd helpful, lnollhfiil sommer vaUling in colon. t» cWighl yow ere. • White • Smoke • Bed • Brown 4.45 TOK AU CHILOtEN SIX MONHB TO FOUt TEAK Of AGE. LEONHARD'S Children's Shoes, Women's Casuals, Trirnfit Anklets 207 S. 5th St. Phone 3920 "Operator, Give Me 674" Yes, many families call us regularly for they know that they'll get the highest quality dry cleaning every time. Why don't TOD call us next time you have a bundle? Clark's Fifth Avenue Cleaners Prompt Pickup and Delivery On Our 3-Day Service 5th Ave. & Spruce Phone 671 In by 9, Out by 5! Try Our 1-Day Special Service— DURING OUR GREAT AUGUST SALE! Modern Sofa and Chair It's a combination that can't be beat! New style, low price and the Easiest Terms you've seen! By buying this sofa and chair now, you'll save plenty of money. Real comfort has been built in and the upholstery comes in a wide range of colors. $ 98 AUGUST SALE ONLY Modern Bedroom Suite Just look at this value! Bed, chest of drawers and a big double dresser! The suite features white lacquer finish and natural brass finished metal pulls. August Sale Special $ 128 ENTERPRISE FURNITURE Co. "E-Z TERMS" 512-14 Delaware For those who were members of jreek letter organizations in col- ,ege, an active Pan-Hellenic group lolds monthly luncheons and several parties during the year. This s perhaps the only group on the post organized for purely social )urposes. Mrs. Claire A. P. Duffie s president and will be ably but Clothing and Books Come in tomorrow! We'll b e glad to show you how you can secure cash to outfit your children for school. Low cost, quick, confidential service. Fidelity Finance Company H. D. Cory, Secy. 210 S. 4th Ph. 708 Tuf-Hide Briefcases and Underarm Cases Guaranteed 5 Years! WHITAKER'S 322 Delaware Phone 42 unofficially assisted band. by her hus- The beautiful officers club at Tort Leavenworth is a popular jathering place. With a dance every Saturday night, the club will be the scene of many special 'eature parties during the year. The dance on Sept. 20 will present Roy Mack and a floor show from Kansas City. Bingo starts on September 12. Square dances are also held at the club and will be announced at a later date. MRS. ALICE PHILLIPS Funeral service for Mrs. Alice Phillips, 1124 Pottawatomie street, who died at St. John's Hospital washed early Monday morning, will be at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Sexton Funeral Chr.pel. Burial vill be in Mount Muncie Ceirie- ery. The Rev. Earl Stites, pastor if the United Brethren Church, vill officiate. Everyone is settling down for a year of hard work. There will be more students than faculty on the ;olf course from now on. The gentlemen farmers of the post are larvesting their crops — tomatoes paying real dividends. However, whether gardens were successful or not every pound of produce is accompanied by a ton of satisfac- jon. Those with green thumbs — 3uel Rose. Rob Hoffman and Homer Curtis, produced gardens hat were both things of beauty! and a joy all summer to families, j Fancy up tapioca cream wit toasted shredded coconut and tin cubes of red jelly. 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