The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 27, 1952 · Page 5
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27,1952. Of interest to. women Social, Personal and Organizational Neics Estclle Kebler, Editor, Phone 25. gift by her friends and co-workers. The following enjoyed the party: Mrs. Frank Masterson, Mrs. John Glynn, Miss Johanna Krueger, Miss Bessie Martin, Mrs. John S. Russell, Mrs. George Marr, Miss Laura Scheerer, Miss Bertha Nieman.'Mrs. Robert Embleton, Mrs Hubert E. Norman, Miss Virginia Nash, Miss Mary Ann Gorzkiewicz, Miss Nancy Mitchell, Mrs. daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs J. \V. Risdon Jr. Lawrence Tate Kehler. and Mrs. Ward Announce Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gwartney of Lansing announce the marriage of their daughter, Melba, to Mr. Edward C. Craig, son of Mr. John Craig of Lansing. The groom is an Electrician - Machinist, 2-c with the US Navy. The wedding was solemnized at the home of the officiating minister, Chaplain T. F. Rudisill, at Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Craig will make their home at New Port, Rhode Island. Miscellaneous Shower A miscellaneous shower was given at the home of Mrs. Charles Jreen to honor Miss Charline Red- 'ord, fiancee of Mr. Marlin Holyfield. Games were enjoyed, after which refreshments were served. The guests were: Miss Charline Bedford, Ella Spain, Bonnie Mensch, Wilma Mensch, Mrs. Loren Jensen, Raymond Smith, James Bedford, James Redford Jr., Zora Spain, Freda Eldridge, Carter e, Morris Menseh, David Spain, Addison Renensland and Mrs. Charles Green. Word is received by friends here that Mrs. E. W. Davis, who has spent 15 months ivith Mr. and Mrs Lewis Fraser in Perth, Scotland, will sail September 13 for the states and will return to her home in Topeka the latter part of September. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rodenberg were Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Rodenberg, John and Wayne, El Paso, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Beers and Trudy, Parkville. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. C Stigers, Twila. Charles, Jean and John of Liberty, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haworth, Bob and Carol of Kansas City, Kas.; Mr. Wilbur Rodenburg, Mr. and Mrs. George Denney, Ginger, Larry, Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rodenberg of Leavenworth. Mayor and Mrs. Ted L. Sexton and son Ted are in St. Louis, Mo., ivhere they are attending the major league baseball games. Mr. and motored to Mrs. G. G. Alta Vista to Meyer visit Wends, where Mr. Meyer former- y taught school. They spent the night there and left for Emporia he next morning, where Mr. Meyer attended a directors meeting of he Kansas State Holstein-Friesan Association. Celebrate Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Lauber were guests of honor at a surprise party Monday evening on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary. The function was given by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Lauber at their home, 905 North Thirteenth Street. . A large number of friends gathered at the home to congratulate the couple, and they were presented many lovely gifts, which carried out the gold theme of the party. • The dining room table, which was covered with a lace cloth, held a gold and - white wedding cake, surmounted by a miniature hride and groom, flanked by tall yellow tapers. A gold ribbon band with the numerals 50 inscribed and white napkins with names em- er. The rooms of the home were beautifully decorated with arrangements of gold and white blossoms. Assisting Mrs. Lauber in serving were Mrs. Nellie Kuerk, Mrs. Martin Eggert Jr., and Mrs Virginia Greene. Mr. Lauber, 76, is a native of Weston, Mo., and Mrs. Lauber, 65, was born in Leavenworth. The couple was married at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church and started housekeeping at Peoria, HI. They returned to Leavenworth too years later, where they have lived since that time. Mr. Lauber, now retired, was employed for 30 years by the Great Western Stove Company. He is a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Out of town guests at the party >vere: Mrs. Mary Bauder and Mrs. • Ray Hansen, McLouth, Mrs. Jo- bossed in gold, completed the dec-jsephine Rothenberger and son orations. The cake was baked by (Walter, RR One, and Mr. and Joseph L. Lauber Jr., 15-year-old Mrs. Stanley Szczygiei, Kansas son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Laub-jCity, Kas. (Star Studio Photo.) Entertain at Dinner , The women personnel of The Leavenworth Times entertained at dinner last evening at The Skyview, in honor of Mrs. Ward Keh- ler, who is leaving The Times September 1 to attend Maude E. Frank's Private Secretarial School in Kansas City. Mrs. Kehler was presented a corsage of gardenias and a lovely Picnic Supper The Service Class of the Evangelical United Brethren Church will have a picnic supper Thursday evening at 6:30 at Wadsworth Park. In the event of rain, the supper will be in the church basement. Mrs. Lee Todd has returned from Minnesota where she visited Mrs. Ernest D. Peek in Duluth and her daughter, Miss Noel Todd, at Holiday Camp, Hackensack. Miss Todd accompanied her mother to Leavenworth. She will attend Northwestern University in Evanston, HI., this fall, to work toward her master's degree and will leave here the latter part of September for Evanston. Mr. and Mrs. Newell Lyon have returned from a two week's vacation in Des Moines, la., and Michigan. At DesMoines they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Risdon Jr., and at Bay City, Mich., they were ;uests of their daughter and son- n-lavv, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Henry. They also spent some time, at Grayling, Michigan, and Hardwick Pines. The Lyons were accompanied :o Leavenworth by Mrs. J. W. Risdon, who has been the guest for some time of her son and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar, Grafe and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stiglmire moored Sunday to Waverly, Kas., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kistner. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Atchison announce the Smith birth of Fiv. YOUNG ARMY DAUGHTERS, who were entertained at a coffee recently at Fort Leavenworth, by members of the Army Daughters are (left to right, seated) Sally and Sue Evans, daughters of Col. and Mrs. James B. Evans; Bebe Hodes, daughter of General and Mrs. Henry I. Hodes; Polly Johnson, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Max S Johnson; Joan Gavin, daughter of Col. and Mrs. John A. Gavin; standing are Dale ' Crownover, (left) daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Bobert L. Crownover and Jane Muth, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Roy W. Muth. The young daughters will assist in the sale of the Social Activities Calendar at the Post this fall. (U. S. Army Photo.) Mrs. R. A. Parsons of Leavenworth; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Leatham, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, to whom they have given the name, Cyd Ellen. The baby has a brother, Craig, who will soon celebrate his third birth day. Mrs. Emma Faktor of Mason O f Ivan Ellis, Phyllis City, la., is the maternal grand- daughter, Donna, and Mr. and mother and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith of RR One are the paternal grandparents. Members of the Eight Mile 4-H Club made a tour of projects of club members on Sunday and afterwards enjoyed a watermelon party. Carol Lynn Alig, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alig Jr., received the rites of baptism Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, administered by the Rev. E. E. Berner, pastor pro tern. Sponsors vere Mr. and Mrs. Ted Greble, Kansas City, Mo. The baby's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoppe, RR 4, and the paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alig Sr., 831 Kiowa. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vetter and Vtr. and Mrs. Glen Belt of Kansas Mrs. Minnie Hall, and and Mr. and Mrs. Allen. and Dorothy, Kansas City, G. G. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffer and Mrs. John Christ and Johnny and Terry have returned from a fishing trip to the Lake of the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Becker and family have returned from a 10- day vacation in the Ozarks. They were accomapnied by their nephews,. Dale and Tommy Forge. Colonel C. L. Gamble, Ret'd., who has been representing the University of Tampa at the international convention of Kappa Sigma Kappa, held at Hot Springs, Ark., was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Poggemeyer Sr. and Major and Mrs. Herman Poggemeyer Jr. Colbnel Gamble, who served two tours of duty at Fort Leavenworth, will be remembered as the construction officer, who was responsible for the construction of the Post Theater. Colonel and Mrs. Gamble are family have returned from a two week's vacation in Park Rapids, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Jones of Easton announce the birth of their son Tuesday, August 26 at Gushing Memorial Hospital. A daughter was born this morning at Gushing Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. John Sloan, RR Three, Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Smock, 1008 Washington, are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday, August 26 at Gushing Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cobert, 733 Cheyenne, are the parents ofj a son born this morning at St.' John's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ludwig, 820 Kickapoo, announce the b i r t h of their daughter August 26 at Gushing Memorial Hospital. A son was born Tuesday, August 26 at Gushing Memorial Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. William Purvis of Platte City. ANOTHER CLUE! SLIM saves you money Watch for Slim FRIDAY Rural Clubs The Round Prairie Community dub held a picnic and basket dinner at the Community House August 24. The dinner was served cafeteria style from a long tabla extending the length of the room. fa the afternoon games were enjoyed and pictures taken of the group. George Pennington, president, announced that the monthly meetings and card parties will be resumed "and will be held on the ADDITIONAL WOMEN'S NEWS ON PAGE 10 For wonien only Noted authority 'Henry B. 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