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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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Ten THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, WEDNES DAY EVENING, AUGUST 27,1952. Carol Rice Returns From Visit To Canada on Good Will Tour Carol Rice, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rice, 115 Seneca, is one of 25 Kansas high school seniors who recently returned from a good will tour of Eastern Canada. They were winners of an J essay and speech contest spot sored by the VFW, entitled "Th United States and Canada in In ternational Relations". Carol, who will be a senior a Leavemvorth High this year, founi the boat ride from Montreal ti Quebec aboard the S.S. St. Law rence the most impressive part o the trip. Carol plans' to attend KU and study dress designing, afte graduation. Carol, and Don Hickman, whosi father was stationed at Fort Leav enworth last year and is now a Fort Sill, Okla., were Leaven worth's representatives. Wichita was the only other city in th state which sent two. The third annual good-will tour took the students to Montreal Quebec, and other points in Can ada and was climaxed by a visi to the White House and an inter view wth President Truman on the return trip. Frank F. Eckdall Emporia, newly elected Command er of the Department of Kansas VFW, and Mrs. Eckdall, who is a member of the Ladies VFW Aux iliary, were directors of the group Women's news first Wednesday evening of each monfli. Mr. and Mrs. George Pen Jiington and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Winkler were appointed on th committee for the September £, ( meeting. The Millwood Home Demonstration Unit held its August meeting at the home of Mrs. William Zule Roll call was answered rath current events. There were 14 members present and visitors were Mrs. Andrew Domann and Mrs A. L. Copations. Recreation was led by Mrs. Jake Younger. Bingo prizes were won by Mrs. Alma Robker, Mrs. Glenn Knapp and Mrs. Rose Winkler. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ralph Edmonds September 16. The Round Prairie Needle Club held its August meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Tom Pennington. Mrs. Claude Frey was in charge of the meeting. At recreation prizes were awarded to Miss Sally Wosser, Miss Christine Ehart and Mrs. Elizabeth Long. Guests of the club were: Mmes. Jake Linden, Henry Wahaus, Pear] Cleavinger, Misses Mae Powers, Roberta Potter and Christine Ehart, Preston and Dave Long, Patty and Mickey Ball. Members present were: Mesdames Clarence Corson, Roy Kilgore, James Pennington and Debbie, Ray Hegarty, Adolph Ode, Frank Ehart, Claude Frey, George Pennington,' James Frey, John Barnes Sr., B. T. Stewart, Donald Pennington • and Cynthia Ann, Preston Long, Martin Nieman, James Potter, Bill Carr, Tom Pennington and the Misses Sally Wosser, Elizabeth and Mamie Roe. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jaines Potter. Market Report KANSAS CITY (ffl — Produce: eggs unclassified (current receipts) 54 Ibs up, loss off 34; eggs extras, mediums and standards unchanged. Poultry and butter unchanged. KANSAS CTTY Iff) — Wheat 81 cars; unch to % lower; No. 2 hard and dark hard 2.32%; No. 3 2.28%-2.37'.i; No. 2 red 2.30&-2.34; No. 3 2.29%-2.33. Corn 25 cars; % lower to higher; No. 2 White 2.73-2.96; No. 3 2.43-2.86; No. 2 Yellow and mixed 1.81%-1.85%; No. 3 1.82. Oats 6 cars; Nom % higher to U lower; No. 2 white 91%-98'i; No. 3 89%-97%. Milo Maize 3.10-3.17 Kafir 3.06-3.16 MELYTO E. LIGHTCAP has been appointed coordinator in distributive education for Leavenworth High School beginning the fall term. A graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, he will coordinate school instruction in business training and practical work experience for high school students in retailing. Lightcap is married and has an 31-year-old daughter, Brenda. Mrs. Lightcap is attending college in Emporia and will join her husband in Leavenworth after receiving a degree in January Rye 184-1.91 Barley 1.39-1.48 Soybeans 3.08-3.21 Bran 54.25-55.00 Shorts 60.50-fil.25 Open High WHEAT: Sep 2.31% 2.31% 'ec 2.35% 2.357s Mar 2.38% 2.39 May 2.39 2.39 CORN: iep Deo Low Close 2.31% 2.31% 2.35% 2.35% 2.38% 2.38% 2.38% 2.38% High Low 1.81 Close 3.09 KANSAS CITY HI — (USDA)Cattle 3,000; calves 600; slow, ;cattered sales fed steers steady o 25 lower; only a limited midweek supply offered and some ol these still unsold; little done on grass slaughter steers, bidding unevenly lower; few fed heifers steady to weak, generally bidding ower; cows steady to easier a1 Tuesday's full decline; instances additionally 25-50 lower; bulls ilow, weak, some bids 50 lower; Dealers and killing calves steady o strong; stackers and feeders n light supply in fresh unloads, ilow, weak at sharp downturns registered earlier in week; 3 loads ihoice to low prime 1075 Ib steers and load top choice and prime around 1250 Ib Nebraskas at 34.00; load high good fed steers 30.00; shipment top choice fed heifers 53.50; utility and low commercial cows 16.50-18.50; canners and cut- :ers 13.00-16.00; vealer top 29.00. Hogs 2,500; active, steady to 25 ligher than Tuesday's average; choice No. 1, 2 and 3s scaling 190 250 Ibs 21.00-25; few lots choice No. 1 and No. 2s 21.35 to shippers; choice 260-290 Ibs mostly No. 2 and 3s 20.00-75; choice 300-350 Ib butch- TS 19.25-75; sows 15.00-18.50. Sheep 5,000;- slow, slaughter ambs weak to 50 lower; ewes 50.00 off; most good to prime native spring lambs 24.00 - -28.00; around 2 cars choice and prime Kansas rail shipped spring lambs 28.50; slaughter ewes largely 5.00^.50; odd head early to 8.00; run ncludes around 10 loads Texas jreeding ewes unsold. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK Iff! — iTOCKS—Higher; rails start ral- ey. 30NDS—Quiet; changes narrow. COTTON — Higher; commission house buying. CHICAGO » WHEAT—Steady; sales to foreign countries. CORN—Mixed; crop prospects improving. OATS — Steady; small movement from farms. HOGS — Generally steady; top 121.10. , BATTLE—Steady to 50 cents high- NEW YORK m — Railroads parked a rally Wednesday that carried the stock market ahead moderately. Gains ran from fractions to be- ween 1 and 2 points throughout the list with the carriers making 'iy far the best showing. Volume came to an estimated 00,000 shares which compares vith 890,000 shares traded Tuesday. Both are well below average. Some steels and motors joined vith the railroads in the advance, and a few individual issues stood away from the rest. NEW YORK Hi-Closing stocks: Close Net Chg. Admiral 27% U Allied Chem .... 74 7 /s U Allis Chal 52% U Am Airlines 13% U Am Cyan 52 U Am Stl Fd 32% D Am Tel & Tel ...155% U Anacon Cop 44% U Armour 9% .tchison ' 91 U Beech Airc 147 8 U Beth SO SO'.i U Boeing Airp 36% 3ran Ainv 11 Case (JI) 24% D Celanese 43% U hrysler 80% U Cities Svc 103% U iica Cola mu D :ont Oil 62% 3eere 32% Doug Airo ...... 64 U % % DEBORAH LYNN DOWNS is the ten-month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Downs of Hoguiam, Wash. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Ethel Tometich of Cosmopolis, Wash., and Mr. Walter Vetter, 2105 South Fifth Street, and Mr. Fred Downs, 1327 Kiowa, Leavenworth. Deborah has a sister, Sandra Lee, six years old. Du Pont 87% Eagle Pich 22% Eastm Kod 44% Food Mach 44 Gen Bak 11% Gen Elec 63 Gen Foods 48% Gen Mot 60% Goodyear 43% Greyhound 12% !ulf Oil 52 Here Pdr 71 Int Harv 33% Int Paper 50% Int Shoe 39% Kan City Sou 80% Kan Pw & Lt .... 18% Kennecott 78% Kroger Co 36 Lion Oil 38% Loew's 13% Martin (GL) '.10% McKess & R 37% Mid Cont Pet 66 Minn M&M 40% Mo Kan Tex 7 Mont Ward ,64 NTat Dairy 55 Nat Gypsum 21% •>JY Central 19% Am Avia 16% Ohio Oil 52% 'ackard 4% Penney (JC) 67% 'lym Oil 31% 'ure Oil 63% Radio Cp 26% lepub Stl '.41 Met b4 Safeway St 101% St Jos Lead 43 Schenley Ind 27% Sears Roeb 57% Sinclair Oil 43% Socony Vac 36% :td Oil Cal 57% Std Oil Ind 79% Std Oil N J 77% tudebaker 37% Sunray Oil 19% Swift & Co. 32% Texas Co. 54% Tide Wat As ' 21% Un Pac 113% Unit Air Lin 27% Unit Airc 35% U S Rubber 24% U S Steel 39% Vest Un Tel 42% ft'est Elec 39% Villys Over 9% Voolworth 43% Youngst SH & T ....44% Closing ayerage 60 stocks up .3. U U D V D V U % U % U % XI % Ul U : U % U % U % r> D % U % U U U % U % U % U % U % U % U U % U % U % U % U % D % U % U % U % U % U % U % U % U % U % D % D U % U % U % U D '/ D % 107.6, Paving Continued from Page 1. n claims and a payroll of $12,- jOl.40 was passed. Included in the claims are 545,374.91 for the city's new fire trucks and $21,514.33 for payment on street work. A loss of $60 on an income of 1457.27 for a 10-week period was reported by Thomas F. Bragg, manager of the City Park swimming pool. Police Judge James Fussell howed $1,136 collected in fines and forfeits on 118 cases during the period from June 27 to July Stevenson Continued from Page 1. ion's phrase, the last refuge of scoundrels." The Legion speech was the open- ng gun in Stevenson's big bid for iastern support in the November election—and it was to be followed >y a busy round of speeches and political confabs in New York and Jersey. Dearborn 1*9. W A. Dool.J Mrs. George Evert McMillian, 9, died Friday in the Missouri lethddist Hospital following a long Iness. Service were held Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph. The Rev. 'loyd B. Taylor of St. Joseph of- iciated. Burial was in the Judy Cemetery west of here. Mrs. McMillan was born and reared i n his vicinity. For some years she and her husband have lived on a arm near here. Aside from her usband she is survived by two 2r | sisters and four brothers. Before ^jher marriage. She was Miss Fro•'* nia Bledsoe of New Market. At a recent business meeting of members of the Baptist Church John Garrison, 62, Dies Early Today John Henry Garrison, 62, of 830 Kickapoo, died early this morning at the Willows Hospital in Kansas City, Mo., following a prolonged illness. Mr. Garrison was a life time resident of Leavenworth County. He was born in Leavenworth on Dec. 26, 1889, and was the son of the late Benjamin and Sarah Hicks Garrison. He was a retired interior decorator, and a veteran of World War I. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps, on July 12, 1918 at Paris Island, S.C., and was discharged June 25, 1919, at Quantico, Va., after having served with the expedition forces in France from Oct. 13, 1918 to May 31, 1919. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Leavenworth Post No. 56. ' At Bartlesville, Okla., he was married on Nov. 25, 1931 to Mrs. Josephine Goller, who survives him at the home address. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Ellen Rymer, 1199 Ohio, and several nieces and nephews. The body is at the Davis Fu neral Church from where servici will be held at a time to be an nounced later. Burial with militarj honors will be held in the Nationa Cemetery, Fort Leavenworth. DAIVD EDWARD THIEL is the 11 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thiel of Easton. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Philip Doebele of Hanover, Kas., and Mrs. Joseph Thiel of Kansas City, ' Kas. (Star Studio Photo.) the following committees were appointed -to make plans and servi meals at the annual Fox Hun Meet of the Buchanan-Platte Fox Hunters Association which will be held on the Fox Hunt grounds neat Dearborn. Mannagement, Dr. S.L Durham, Frank Downing and Char les Manville; buying, Frank Down ing, Mrs. Earl Allen and Mrs. Ray Shuert. Miss Lu Durham will have charge of the tables. Frank Down , Jr., will have charge of the stand. Meals will be served three times each day and sandwiches pie coffee and pop will be servec all evening on the grounds. The Christian, Methodist and Baptis churches take turns in serving meals at these meets. Mrs. Will Eampler and son George Reed, Mrs. Lena Anderson anc Mrs. Shirley Bishop and daughter will leave soon for a vacation trip :o Nashville, Tenn. and other points in the south. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reed and daughter were week-end guests of ler mother, Mrs. McMicheal at her home near Grayson. Mrs. L.K. Poos of Leavenworth, and son Glen Poos and Mrs. Poos visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Purcell Thursday evening. Mrs. Poos and Mrs. Purcell are sisters. The electrical storm last week caused damage in various homes The barn of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Adkins on their farm east of here vas struck by lightning and burned. Neighbors went to help extinguish :he fire but the barn was full ol hay and grain and all burned. Only a little insurance was on all. Lightning ran into homes in Dear- »rn and burned television wires jut no great damage was done here. Clarence Purcell, who has been seriously ill in the Missouri Me- :hodist Hospital in St. Joseph, is mproving nicely at his home here and is able to be about the house little. J Mrs. Alva Nower entertained the 4moma Class of the Baptist Sunday School Tuesday afternoon at her home here. Following the devotional and business sessions, re- reshments of ice cream, cake and punch was served. Mrs. Ray Corbett visited her >rother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Broadhurst and daughter last week at their home n Tulsa, Okla. Miss Louisa Hall called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Wilson Thursday in St. Joseph. A son was recently born to VIr. and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson and Miss Hall were schoolmates n the Dearborn school. Mrs. Duncan Ray entertained vith contact bridge Friday afternoon at her home east of here. High and second high scores were ibserved and refreshments served. Miss Janice Foster, who is on a 'acation trip with her uncle and aunt and cousins in the west, ex- aerts to return home Sunday. Harry Lee Boggus who recently returned home from service in Korea, is now at Fort Riley, Kas., o await his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams eceived a letter from their daugh- er, Mrs. B Edward Frakes say- ng that she expcted to come home oon for a visit with her parents and other relatives. She is in North Carolina to be near her husband vho is in service. Jar State Appointees From iounty Committee Offices MCPHERSON Iff)— Republicans f McPherson County have elected new chairman after adopting a esolution prohibiting any state appointee from holding office on the county committee. Floyd Krehbiel of Mound Ridge vas named to the post to succeed Adrian M. Smith of McPherson. Under the resolution, Smith was isqualified for re-election because f his present position as second istrict state highway commissioner. Gordon Hedquist of McPherson was re-elected county Democratic chairman. US Battle Casualties In Korea Now 116,252 WASHINGTON GB— Announced U. S. battle casualties in Korea reached 116,252 Wednesday, an increase of 879 since last week. The Defense Department's weekly summary based on notifications to families through last Friday reported: Inc. .Total Killed in action 116 18,301 Wounded 729 85,298 Missing 34 12,653 Total 879 116,252 DUPONT LEAVES 75 MILLION PHILADELPHIA W— The late Lammot DuPont, onetime head of the DuPont industrial organization, left an estate estimated to be .vorth 575 million in personal prop-! erty and $325,000 • in real estate. He died last July 24. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICES of Leavenworth, in Leavemvorth County, Kansas, a_t which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Irene Simmons, Petitioner. Colonel H. Boone, Tom Boone, Attorneys for Petitioner, Axa Building, Leavenworth, Kansas. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Judge of the Probate Court (First insertion Aug. 27. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) at ten o'clock a. m. of said day, in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, in Leavenworth Countv,. Kansas,, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Rosemary Stone. Petitioner. Walter I. BiddleJ Attorney for Petitioner. (First insertion Aug. 13, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t State of Kansas Leavenworth County, ss: In the Probate Court of said county and state. In the matter of the Estate of John K. stone, also known as J. R. Stone deceased. -,„_, No. 3552 IsOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Rosemary Stone, as widow, heir at law, legatee and devisee of John R. Stone, also known as J. B. Stone, deceased, and as executrix named in. the will of said decedent, praying for the admission to probate of the will of John R. Stone, dated October 19. 1951, which, is filed with said petition, and for the appointment of Rosemary Stone as executrix of said will, without bond, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th day of September. 1952, LEGAL NOTICES J- LEGAL NOTICES • . 6e entered in due course uoon said I petition. Witness my hand in the City of Leavenworth, in said county and State, this 13th day of August. 1952. William Champion. Petitioner Jqhn.H. Murray, . His Attorney. (First insertion Aug. 13, 1952) The Leavenworth Times 3t) In the Probate Ccurt or Leavenworth County. Kansas Tn the matter of the Estate of Hannah Champion, also known as Hannah Norman, deceased. No 3548 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR DETERMINATION OF DESCENT The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by William Champion, one of the heirs of Hannah Champion, also known as Hannah Norman, deceased, and part owner of the real estate hereinafter described, praying the court to determine the descent of said real estate, to-wit: Lots Twenty(20). Twenty-one (21), Twenty-two (22) and the North Half (N',i) of Lot Twenty-three (23) in Block Three (3). in Norton Williams and Thomas' Addition to the City of Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kansas: and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th day of September. 1952 at ten o'clock A. M. of said day, in said court, at which time and place; said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree wil WAYNE FEEDS with the I. Q. Test • Armour's New Pebble Plant Fertilizer. • Leavenworth Feed & Supply 722 Shawnee Phone 799 — »•••»-• ww% • •*••*• %<• NEW ROOF, Sure,, tot Socni! Jn the Probate Court of Leaven- wortli County. Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of V. Margaret Woehner. deceased. No. 3305 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION" FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT The State of Kansas to all persons coacerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by E. Bruce Brunson. executor o£ the, will of V. Margaret Woehner, de-l ceased, praying for a final settlement o£ said estate, approval of his acts, proceedings and accounts as executor, allowance for attorney's fees and expenses; and allowance for executor's iee; and also praying that the court Jetermine the heirs, devisees and egatees entitled to the estate and the proportion or part thereof to which each is entitled and distribute and assign the same to them in accordance with the will and letter of instructions of V. Margaret Woehner, deceased; and you are 'hereby ' required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 5th day of September, 1952, at 1:30 o'clock P. M., on said day, in said court, in the City of Leavemvorth. at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Dated at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 13th day of August. 1952. E. Bruce Brunson, Petitioner James N. Snyder ' Attorney for Petitioner First National Bank Building Leavenworth. Kansas (First insertion Aug. 13, 1952) (The Leavemvorth Times 3t) In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of John Kruppa, deceased. No. 3551 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a peti- lon has been filed in said court by 'rene Simmons as the heir and owner of the herein described real estate, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, to-wit: Lot Nine (9) in Block Thirty-three (33) according to the recorded plat in the office of the Register of Deeds; and all other property, real and per- >onal, or interest therein, owned by he said John Kruppa at the time of lis death, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses hereto on or before the 22nd day of September, 1952, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, in said court, in the City Before you decide... Ask yourself these questions! 1. Do I know anything about the salesman or his company? 2. Have I asked the salesman or his company for any reference? , 3. 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