THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1952. Fly* Of interest to women '. Social, Personal and Organisational New* Estrtle Kehler, Editor, Phone 25. Entertains at Coffee Miss Noelle Todd entertained at a coffee this morning at her home, 215 Elm Street Lovely arrangements of spring flowers decorated the Brooms. Twenty guests enjoyed the occasion. Shirley Ann Hayes, daughter of S. Sgt. Ralph H. Hayes, TJSAF, 1911-3 Air and Airways Communication Service, Sherman Air Force Base, and Mrs. Hayes, 721 Osage Street, Leavemvorth, Holiday Dance There will be a holiday dance at the Leavemvorth Country Club Saturday evening August 30. A buffet supper will be served from 7 to 9 and dancing will be from 10 to 1 o'clock, with music by Wally Williams' orchestra. The Saturday dance" committee is in charge of arrangements, with Mrs. R. S. Trent, chairman. Wedding Vows The wedding of Miss N o r m a Louise Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Keith of Alberquef- que, N.M., and Forrest'M. Hibbs, son of Mi-, and Mrs. N. C. Hibbs of Leavemvorth, took place recently at the First Baptist Church in Albuquerque. The young couple left for a short wedding trip and on their return will be at home in Leavenworth. Forrest is employed for his father at the Hibbs Elevator in Leavenworth. To Attend Retreat Leavenworth Circle, Daughters of - Isabella, and Miss Blanche Dawes, vice-regent, Mrs. Minnie Edgell, first guide, - this city, Mrs. Catherine Meyer, RR 1, and Mrs. Theresa Gercken, Independence, Mo., will leave tomorrow for Salina, where they will represent the Leavenworth Circle at the State D. of I. retreat The retreat begins Saturday and ends September 2. Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Shudrowitz, 313 Ottawa, are today observing their 58th wedding anniversary. There will be no special celebration because of the illness of Mr. Shudrowitz, who is a patient at St. John's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Shudrowitz have two daughters, Mrs. Tony Herrig of this city and Mrs. William Jones, Washington, D. C., and a son, John Shudromitz Jr. Mr. Shudrowitz was for 26 years. steward at the Leavenworth. Eagles Club of Club Luncheon Mrs. William C h a'p man was hostess to the Glen Valley Social Club at a covered dish luncheon. Guests were: Mrs. Edward Seidel, Betty Berg, Gary Chapman and Linda and Carol Alig. Members present were: Mesdames Edward Alig Jr., Geo. Bacon, Clarence Bergman, Antone Berg, Walter Berg, William Berg, Lula Chapman, William Chapman, Claude Frey, Josephine Finneran, Chas. Heim, Fred Hoppe, Henry Krueger, Earl Lee, Ernest Raymond and Ted Vanderstaay. Bingo was the pleasure of the recreation hour and prizes were won by Mrs. Henry Krueger, Mrs. Edward Alig Jr., and Mrs. Claude Frey. The next regular meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Lula Chapman, 523 Olive Street Mrs. Lowell Trowbridge will be the hostess. Religious Services At Rural Churches LANSING METHODIST CHURCH Randolph 1. King, Minister. Kenneth Parsons. Sunday School Supt. Mrs. Luther Stafford, choir director Sunday School, 10 a. m. Church service, 11 a. m. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will hold their September meeting on the 4th, and will have a covered dish dinner at 12:30. Plans will be made for the annual dinner and bazaar, which will be held October 15 at the Grade School. THE BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH OF LANSING Harlan £. Spurgeon, Pastor. Eugene Hines, Superintendent. 10:00 a. m., Sunday School, Lesson Topic: "David, the Statesman" Scripture: 2 Samuel 5:6-25; 8-9. 11:00 a. m., Morning Worship. In the absence of the pastor, the mornning sermon will be delivered by ftev. Bob Goepfert, who was a former pastor of the Wilson Ave- Mrs. Mary Kern, past regent of nue Baptist Church in Leavenworth. 6:30 p. m., The Fellowship Hour. Meetings of the Young Adults, Senior B. Y. F. and Junior B. Y. F. 7:30 p. m., Worship at Eventide. We are very happy to have a former pastor back with us who \vili bring the evening message. Rev. Robert B. Mould will preach on the topic, "What Is The World Coming To?" Rev. Mould is now the Director of Christian Education a the First Baptist Church in Kansas City, Mo. If you have no regular place oi worship, come worship with us at the "Church Home of the Friendliest Folks in Kansas." • Pleasant Ridge Mrt Peter rink Mrs. Milka Kufrim and daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs John Roach and daughter Miss Mary Ellen Roach Friday. Mrs Kufrim is one of a group of European women who have spent three months studying home economics and farm life in the United States. Last Spring Mrs. Kufrim spent some time at the University of Connecticut where Miss Roach and Mrs. C. Oliver, Mr. and Mrs.)moved into the house on the Hig- Francis Fink and daughter Janet \ gins farm in this vicinity. Marie all of Kansas City w e r e| Walter Quiring installed a drain- ana! age line for Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fink on their property last week. CAROL LEE EGBERT has arrived from China Lake, Calif., to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Starbuck, 110S Metropolitan Ave. Carol, 6% year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Egbert, 'made the trip alone by plane and will make the return trip to China Lake, September 6. (Star Studio Photo.) Mr. is an instructor. At the present time Mrs. Kufrim and her husband are residing in Leavenworth while her husband is attending the Staff and Command School at Fort Leavenworth. • Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reed ol Leavenworth visited at the home of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. James Hegarty Sunday and attended the community picnic and basket dinner at the Round Prairie Community House. Miss Margaret Considine of Atchison visited her sister Mrs. H. W. Sachse ancLfamily Sunday. Joann Eichhorn of Leavenworth visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Edward VanVeghten and her great grandfather J. Koelliker over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Fink, Mr, guests at the home of Mrs. Peter Fink Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leber en- ioyed a week's vacation at Anadarko, Okla. and Oklahoma City. While there they attended the state fair and Indian Exposition last week. They report having a very nice trip and time. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heim and children Joe, Jimmy and E I v a Mae, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Richardson and daughter Sharon Kay, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Collins and Rosemary all of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anders and Barbara Ann and Timmie Joe of Tomball, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Holland of Angleton, Tex. have returned to their homes after a two weeks' visit with their uncle and aunt, -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson and grandfather Reinhart Eha. John Schmidt combined clover seed for Peter Fink Saturday. Miss Catherine Long visited Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt last week. Mrs. Irene Kennedy has sold her farm to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hammersmith. Miss Mary Ellen Roach, who has been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Roach will leave soon for Starr, Conn., to resumej her work there at the University as an instructor. The Henry Wilk family have Clifford Beckwith, County 4 - H Club agent, judged dairy exhibits at the Nemaha County Fair recently. A family dinner was held Sunday at Wollman Park at Leavenworth in honor of Donald Schmidling who left Monday for military service. Mrs. Schmidling will remain with her mother at Leavenworth for the present time. Joe Fink combined clover seed for H. Fink last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Forge Jr. announce the birth of a daughter Treat Mastitis Effectively with fl, AUREOMYCIN Bi OINTMENT. Uder/t Frequently only on« treatment is needed to cleat up streptococcic «nd staphylococcic infections and return cows to full production of salable milk. "WEBER'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP at St. John's Hospital, Leavenworth last week. Mrs. Geraldine Gleason and children who have been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goddard and other relations wil! leave this week for their home a Bethseda, Md. SUBSCRIBE FOH THE TIMES FARMER IN THE WELL BINGHAMTOISr, N.Y. <sC-A 27 year-old farmer was cleaning veil pump with gasoline recentl vhen he was overcome by th umes and toppled over into a oot sell. He landed in 4 .inche £ water but his wife said he wa .till unconscious 15 minutes late vhen she pulled him out. 527 Delaware Phone 21 for CROTON WATCHES' "Since 1878" Here are two specials for the ladies: BETH MODEL, 17-JEWEL U Carat Solid Golrf Case with 2 Diamonds, 539.75 WINSOME MODEL, 17-JEWEL 14 Carat Solid Gold , 'Case with 10 Diamonds. ' "•" $71.50 All beautifully boxed, AH Fed. Tax Included. Smith's Drug Store 504 Delaware Phone 500 A physician who examined him said he didn't have a scratch. JEWISH NEW YEAR'S CARDS We hav« a wide selection. (Jewish New Year's is Sat, Sept 20) BERBER'S 104 So. 5th Ph. 635 "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 YOU 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 Iirby 9, Out by 5! Try Qur 1-Day Special Service— WOMEN S HEALTH PROBLEMS Here is the sort of medical information you've always wanted —for yourself and for-your daughter. In the new September Ladies' Home Journal, noted authority, Henry B. Safford, M. D., takes seldom-discussed aspects of women's health problems out from behind closed doors and gives you the facts. Don't miss this new series of easy-to-read doctor-to-patient talks, Tell Me Doctor. Misses Gertrude and Grace Hurley are enjoying a vacation in the resorts of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Edmonds, Route 2, are the parents of a baby boy born last night at Gushing Hospital. A baby girl was-born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, Route 1, -Tonganoxie, at Gushing Hospital last night. Miss Eleanor Shockey of Warrensburg, Mo., will be the week end guest of Mr.%nd Mrs. Robert Brooker, and will be guest soloist Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church. Miss Shockey is a member of the faculty of Central Missouri State College at Warrensburg. Rev. and Mrs. Dirk H. Middents returned last evening from their vacation in . Lakeland, Fla.,and Montreal, N. C. Rev. Middents, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will be in his pulpit Sunday morning. Births at the U S Army Hospital, Fort Leavenworth: August 15, David Wynne Mitchem, son of Capt. Winfred E. Mitchem, Headquarters Station Complement, and Mrs. Mitchem, 108-3 Fifth Street, Fort Leavenworth. August 17, Heidi Marter Geiger, daughter of Lt. Col. Roy S. 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