The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 5
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LEAVENWORTH TIMES, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1952. Of interest to women Social. Personal and Organisational JVctc* Esttlle Kehler, Editor, Phone -25. Schrick-Noll Wedding Votes at Norlonville A pretty wedding took place at the St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Nortonville Monday morning, August 25, when Miss Louise Schrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schrick, became the bride of Mr. Raymond Noll, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Noll, Rural Route One, Winchester. The Rev. Father Leo Herken performed the single ring ceremony. Mr. Wilfred Shuler, organist, furnished the wedding music and also sang "'Ave Maria", "0 Lord I Am Not Worthy" and "On This Day O Beautiful Mother". Pink and white pompoms decorated the altar and a bouquet was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of white nylon net with lace insertion over taffeta, with strapless bodice and imported lace jacket. Her bouquet was of pink roses and white la fleur de amor with pink and white streamers. Her finger-tip length veil was caught to a bonnet trim- aid with seed pearls. The bride's sister, Miss Rosella Schrick of Topeka was maid of honor. She wore pink net over and had matching stole honoring their daughter, Miss Frances Leintz and Mr. David Woodson and members of their wedding party. A rehearsal will follow at the Salem Congregational Church, Fifth and Walnut. Mrs. McMillan Honored Members of the quartet and or- ganistlat the Protestant Chapel at Wadsworth entertained at dinner at Town House in Kansas City, last evening, honoring Mrs. Lillian McMillan, who leaves September 1 for Emporia. Prior to the dinner, the group made recordings of their songs at the Damon Recording Company. Mrs. McMillan was presented a corsage of rose buds. Those who enjoyed the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Owens, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Proctor Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wamsley and Mrs. Vera Jaseph. ing at Gushing Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winchell of 204 East Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Simanowitz of 331 Pawnee are the parents of a son born at Cushing Hospital August 28th. Bridal Shower Mrs. Jim Concannon and Miss Bessie Wilson entertained at a family party and shower Tuesday evening, August 26 at the home of Mrs. Concannon; in honor of Miss Anne Lander. Miss Lander's marriage to Staff Sgt. Sidney Sexton 20 at The annual banquet of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the American Legion Hall on Tuesday evening, August 26. The speakers table and other tables were beautifully decorated w i t h floral arrangements and burning white candles. There were approximately sixty-five persons at! the banquet. Pictured above are Legion Auxiliary officers, left to right, seat- hat. Her bouquet was of yellow roses, pink pompoms and gardenias, with yellow and white streamers. The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Kenneth Noll as best man and Harold Lee of Atchison enjoyed a luncheon at the Dyna- and Henry ushered. Nolting o f Wichita The reception was held at St Joseph's School Hall. Assisting at the bride's table were Miss Ruth Ann Smith', Miss Bonnie Davenport and Mrs. Dorothy Allakson. Mrs. Kenneth Noll had charge of Ihe guest book. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home on the groom's farm, RR Three, Atchison. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ragland announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Glenda, to Mr. Dale Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thompson of Easton. The marriage will take place Saturday, August 30 and will be followed by a dance in the evening at Jac- quoet's, to which all friends are invited. St. Joseph's Church. Club Dinner Members and guests of the Fairmount Home Demonstration Unit mite Cafe in Lawrence. This was the annual luncheon of the organization. The group had a line party at the Jayhawk Theater following the luncheon. Those Stanley attending were: Wiles, Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Annual American Legion Ba nqiiet Legion Auxiliary flags were advanced by Agnes Klotz and Beth Burke, with Marie Starbuck at the piano. The members then joined the president in pledging allegiance to the flag, then followed the preamble to the constitution of (he American Legion Auxiliary, and the national anthem, "The Star Spangled Banner." Memorial services were prdsent- ed by president, Dolores Horner ed: Ethel Matzeder, Ann Cune, De- an( j chaplain Sophie Slade in lores Horner, president, Normaj memory o f Maude Browning and Wagner, Clara Spencer, Mae Herrig. Back row, left to right: Lillian Wirtz, Agnes Klotz, Margaret Larkin, Sophia Slade, Frances Pike, Blanche Carnoali and Beth Burke. Miss Jacqueline Baum entertained with several vocal solo selections preceding and during the dinner. She was accompanied by Miss Mary Armstrong. The meeting was called to order by president, Dolores Horner. It was a formal ceremony and the American .flag and the American Loretta Wyrick, who passed away during this auxiliary year. Past, presidents attending the banquet were: Ethel Matzeder, Lillian Wirtz, Helen Edler, Mae Herrig, Clara Spencer and Edith Schultes. The following department officials were present: Ethel Matzeder, Department Poppy Workroom Supervisor; Frances Pike, Assistant Poppy Workroom Supervisor and Mary Schanze, Department Hospital Representative. Mary has served as Hospital Representative for eighteen years. Nancy Cook and Marjorie Kaaz, the two girls who represented the Unit at Girls State held at Lawrence in June, gave very interesting talks regarding their experience and the teachings in Government that they received. During Girls State, Nancy Cook was elected to the Supreme Court. Reports for the year were given by all officers and committee chairmen of the Unit. Ethel Matzeder, past unit president and Department Poppy Workroom Supervisor, served as installing officer and installed Dolores Horner to serve another year as unit president. She also installed the following officers: Firsl vice-president, Anna Cune; second vice-president, Lillian Wirtz; secretary, Norma Wagner; treasurer, Clara Spencer; chaplain, Agnes Klotz; historian, Mae Herrig; Sgt.' at-Arms, Margaret Larkin. The Installing Officer presented President Dolores Horner with the Past President's Pin. (Star Studio Photo.) Klamm, Mrs. Carl Stiglmire, Mrs. Pete Hein, Mrs. W. C. Walden and Mrs. James McNulty, -Mrs. Ralph Bryan, Mrs: Robert Knoche, Mrs. Shirley Hicks, Karen Hicks, Mrs. Bill Millar, Lawrence, and Mrs. Millar, Liverpool, England and Mrs. Arthur Kenton, Lawrence. family reunion and picnic, the first in 13 years. Others who attended the reunion were: Mr. and - - eph strauo and tvvinSi |Joel and Gary of Manhattan jBeach, Calif., Ida Mae Straub, Kansas City and Mrs. Victor Am- trose, Sheridan, Mo. Mrs. James Seeman, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Henry Klinkenberg, will be hostess to the Fairmount Woman's Society of Christian Service at a meeting at her home, Thursday, September 4 at 2 p.m. Mrs. Ralph Bryan will have the devotional service. Birthday Dinner Mrs. Frances Oliphant of Springdale, who celebrated her 91si birthday August 23, was honored at a birthday dinner given by her granddaughter, Mrs. M i 1 d r e c Stiglmire. Mrs. Oliphant received many lovely gifts. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Knapp and Wayne Springdale; Miss Annabelle Woodard, McLouth; Mr. John Mussett, Kickapoo; Mr. and Mrs. 'Bobbie Cook and sons, Leavenworth; Mr and Mrs. Curtis Pasewark ant Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pase- wark, Mr. and Mrs. Estel Frank lin, Frances Jean and Linda, Kan sas City, Kas.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Pennington and Cynthia of RR 2 Easton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knapp and Wanda, Mr. and Mrs 'Irvin Knapp, Shirley and Alice o: Lawrence; Mrs. Aletha Knapp ,Mr. and Mrs. G. Stiglmire ant Johnny, Rural Route Two. Stork.,Shower Mrs. Edward Scheller, Basehor, assisted by Mrs. Gene Poggemeyer and Mrs. Allan Eklund, Kansas City, were hostesses of a very lovely "pink and blue" shower at drs. Scheller's home, complimen- ary to Mrs. Allan Siegert of Wel- orn. The home was attractively! ecorated with pink and blue treamers and summer flowers. Guests included: Mesdames lalph Eberth, Wm. Theno Jr., Jernard Eberth, Clarence Porter, Chester Bowman, Roda Fleischer, ohnny Treff, Robert Lasky, Alert Treff, Robert Hein, Earl Por- er, Howard Theno, Raymond heehan, Arthur Klamm, and V. R. VanTuyl. Games were layed during the afternoon, and rizes awarded to Mrs. Wm. Theo and Mrs. Raymond Sheehan. lefreshments were served, and Mrs. Seigert was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Mrs. -C. D. Reisner of the Allion Apartments has returned from Redstone, Colorado; where she and ilr. Reisner enjoyed a month's tay at their summer home. Bridal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Leintz will entertain at a bridal dinner Friday evening at The Skyview WE FIX IT Phone 1 440 for Plumbing Installations and Repairs! Morion Plumbing Co. Wayne Morton, Prop. 1424 Spruce Mr. and Mrs. James Siegert and iharon and Larry and Mrs. Mary ohnston had as recent guests, flr. and Mrs. Roland Gensen Shannon and Bruce of Detroit Mich., and Mrs. Lula Thursten o Leavenworth. 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