The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 29, 1952 · Page 6
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, 1952. Mrs. I. D. Cody, 504 Pottawatomie, would like for friends to know that her uncle, Randall Trackwell, a former Leavemvorth resident, is much improved following a heart attack four weeks ago. Trackwell lives in Wichita. Sweaney's Cafe will reopen Friday, Aug. 29—(Adv.) Marriage licenses have been issued by probate court to James R. Davidson, 21, and Emelie P. Trickett, 22, both of Kansas City, Kas. and to L. Dale Thompson, 19, of Easton and Glenda Marie Ragland, IS, of Winchester. Hilltop Supper Club will be open at 6 P. 11, Friday, Aug. 29th. For dinner reservations, Phone 1124.— (Adv.) Junior Matrons Club, annual fashion show. City Hall Auditorium, Sat., Sept 6, 8 P.M.—(Adv.) The state Highway Commission has announced the opening of bids for construction of a standard grading drain and three bridges on the Easton to Springdale road. County Engineer H. V. Parr said the total cost of the project is estimated at $150,000 and should be completed in January of 1953. Rodenburg Grocery, 501 N. 4th, open 'til 10 every night—(Adv.) Rhoda Jane Hunt was granted a divorce from James G. Hunt in District Court yesterday on ground of gross neglect of duty. Attorney for fte plainfiff was James N. Snyder. Hot spiced jumbo shrimp, fried catfish sandwiches, every Friday night The Esplanade, 312 N. 2nd. —(Adv.) H. B. Fowler doing business as Fowler's Grocery has filed suit in City Court for recovery of $59.82, the amount he stated the defendants David and Mayetta Noel owe him in payment for groceries. James Snyder is the plaintiff's attorney. Rug shampooing prolongs the life of your rugs and protects your health. Rails' Rug Shampooing, 729 Pawnee. Ph. 1264.—(Adv.) O. H. Canon, of Lansing, is defendant in a suit brought by the Mid-Central Fish Market of Kansas City, Mo., for recovery of ?146.45, allegedly owed for merchandise. Warren C. Neal of Kan-! eas City is attorney for the plain-j tiff. Elks, their ladies and family! Bingo Party, Sat, 9:30 P. M. "J-015"—(Adv.) Picture framing. Star Studio.— (Adv.) Cases continued in city court yesterday were: Donald and William Else, defendants to charges of violating state liquor laws, case continued to Sept. 9; Imogene Davis, also charged with violation of liquor laws, continued to Sept. 10, and Allan James, David Seamon, and David Zink, defendants to a break-in charge at the Venance LeMay home, continued to Sept 9. WILLIAM C. HELMERS will be buried at 11 a.m. Saturday at the family lot in Mount Muncie Cemetery. The 70-year- old president of the Helmers Manufacturing Co. died in a Kansas City hospital Thursday. He was the fourth son of Henry J. Helmers, who founded the furniture firm nearly a century ago in Leavenworth. Mr. Helmers left Leavenworth in 1903. A daughter, Mrs. Margaret Joe Sams, a son-in-law, Lt. Col. Jean Paul Sams, and two grandchildren; all of Seattle, were not listed among survivors yesterday. Work of resurfacing the f 0 u r- lane highway for about five miles west of Kansas City, Kas., has been completed and the contractor has moved over to old Highway 40. A stretch of about four miles starting at a point about four miles west of Kansas City is being widened and given a new asphalt surface. The work is being done under the direction of Homer Simpson, district engineer. Experienced waitress wanted. Sweaney's Cafe.—(Adv.) Included among the new freshmen registered at St. Louis University for the coming fall semester .is John G. Linehardt, registered in the Institute of Technology. Linehardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloysious Linehardt, 414 Limit, is a graduate of Immaculata High School. If you don't get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. The Abel Chiropractic Clinic will resume operation Sept. 2.—(Adv.) Leavenworth at 7 o'clock last night was thoroughly alerted as fire truck sirens and the one atop the city hall cut loose as a general fire alarm reached both fire stations. The call came from the • Winchester Tlora Noll 1 The Mooney Creek 4-H C 1 u b jhad its August meeting at the home of Marvin and Wilma Noll. Roll call was answered by "What I will take to the fair" by 26 members and three leaders. Several letters were read concerning the fair. $1.80 was given as votes for the Queen candidate who is R o si e Lee. The members are selling votes at one cent each and the money is being used to help with fair prizes this year. It was also voted to send Pvt. Tom Noll home of Blanche Richeson, 705 who is stationed at Sweinfort, Germany on border patrol duty a card Klemp and near the Ohio intersection. Fire had broken out between the weatherboard and the inside plaster wall on the front side of the house. It was necessary to chop a hole in the plaster to get at the seat of the blaze, pumper trucks were used. Two Mrs. Richeson was not at home when the blaze was discovered. Free shrimp. Knotty Pine Tavern, formerly the Doodle Bug, Bain City.—(Adv.) Last chance for Elberta peaches, $1.50 Bu. up. Burre Fruit Farm.—(Adv.) E. H. Compton, 631 Kiowa, at 7 p.m. yesterday got around to reporting the theft of $145 in cash from his home which he said was jken by someone who entered the ouse between 4 and 9 p.m. Wed- esday. He described his loss as tx $20 bills, four $5 bills, two one shower for his birthday. Record books were handed in and signed by the leaders. Rose and Ann Lee were among the 30 girls and boysj attending 4-H camp at Sycamore Springs Aug. 6, 7, and 8 and reported having a wonderful time. Demonstrations how to fill out record books. Projeci talks by Bernard Sieben and Merle Noll. Health number "How to care for drowning" by Kenneth Schrick. Conservation num'jer "Conserving ollar bills and imes. three dollars in Effective Sept. 1, fall store ours: Open 10 AM-6 ^M Tues. trough Sat. Monday close 9:30 M. Sunday open 3 PM-9:30 PM. obb's Ice Cream, 524 Del.— (Adv) SGT. EDWARD K. HALEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Haley, 509 Ottawa, has been cited for meritorious service in Korea. A member of an MP battalion serving as squad leader and acting platoon sergeant, Sergeant Haley was resporsible for supervising his men in their assigned policing activities, and carried out his responsibilities "in an exemplary manner." The Eighth Army citation mentions Sergeant Haley's "firm leadership, outstanding ability and constant attention to duty." granddaughter Mrs. J. M. McQuillan and family at Clearwater. Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Johnson of Yukon, Okla. were recent guests at the Glenn Hunsucker home. The County Line Unit held their August meeting at the home of Irene Stevens. Roll call was answered by 15-members with ool". It was voted to send home made candy and cookies to some hospital or orphanage in the near future. The lesson on "accessories in ihe home" was well given by the leaders, Mrs. Helen DuBois and Irene Stevens, and a discussion lead after the lesson. A new reporter was voted in by the unit to take the place wild life" by David Wilbourn The of M F S ' Addl ° Lan S Ie >' who re ' meeting was adjourned to meeti SI S ned - ™™ ou * refreshments in September with Richard Noll.| were served ^ thg hostess - Tne Mr. and Mrs. Don Wiley and next meeting will be Sept. 10th at the home of Mrs. Retta Connelly. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Oliver and daughter have been here from Texas visiting relatives. Mrs. Florence Feerer of Horon ".as been here visiting her son Rev. Virgil Feerer and family. Mrs. Christine Stoeffler has returned to her home in Kansas City after a visit here at the home of her sister Mrs. Simon Mihm n the Mooney Creek vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Noll have returned from a vacation trip spent :n Montana. They report a wonder- :ul trip. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Teel have moved from Parsons to the Henry Hoffman farm north oi town where Warren will tend to the farm work. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman may move to town John Barnard and family of ^ouisville, Ky., have been here isitiiig at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Barnard and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Wiley and Mr. and.Mrs. John Heibsch went o Minnesota last week where Mrs. Heibsch will go through the clinic at Mayos. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brenner of Onaga were in Winchester last iveek on business. Brenner, who vas formerly principal at the ;rade school here, will be the principal at the school at Onaga this :erm. Mrs. B.P. Miller of Emporia ias been visiting her brother Frank Coppinger and other r e- atives. Mr. and Mrs. James Humphrey of Kansas City spent Tuesday with relatives here. Mrs. Lloyd Wallace received word last week that Mr. and Mrs. E. Erickson of Maywood, Neb., were in an auto accident and that Mrs. Erickson was in a hospital at Lincoln. Her h-isband escaped with minor injuries. Mrs. Erickson will be remembered by friends here as Edna Wallace and a sister of Lloyd Wallace. HEfTZ SERVICE Funeral service for Ottalea Hintz, 74, was held today at the Davis Funeral Home. The Rev. Edwin Berner, pastor of St. Martin's Lutheran Church at Wallula, officiating. Burial was in M o u n t Muncie Cemetery. Pallbearers were John Martin, Homer McKelvey, Anton Oberforcher, James E. Wilson, Walter Eisenring and Frank Marchefski. MARY MOONEY SERVICE Funeral service for Mary M. Mooney, 84, was this morning in the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The Rev. W. T. J. Boland officiated and burial was at Mount Calvary Cemetery. Sumpter Funeral Home was in charge. When you're in need of Silverware See 'S 1847 Rogers Bros. Wm. Rogers & Son Hqlmes & Edwards Community Plate Tudor Plate 2M So. 5th St. Complete Line of Sheaffer, Esterbrook, Parker "21" and Eversharp PENS and PENCILS. • Fine ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS 'S 322 Delaware Phone 12 IRS. MEME DONOHO Mrs. Mime Donoho, 83, former _,eavemvorth resident, died Thursay in Kansas City, Mo. at t h e iome of a granddaughter, Mrs. tfargarite Adah-. Among the survivors are the husband, M. H. Donoho, w h • makes his home with the granddaughter; the granddaughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Donoho, 312 Seneca, brother-in-law and sister- in-law. children are here from Texas visiting his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. George Trower and aunt Mrs. Dorothy Heibsch and family. Mrs. Frank Domann became very ill Saturday morning and was taken to the Atchison hospital. She is still very ill and may have to undergo an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kirkpatrick and daughter from Abilene were recent visitors here with her cousin Mrs. Lela Carter. Mrs. George Wiley has returned from a visit at the home of her daughter Mrs. R. L. Spackman and A Dry Cleaning Service To You— And you save 25e on every dollar by using RAIL'S CASH & CARRY SERVICE 411 work guaranteed or your money back! 35 Years In the Business. 729 Pawnee Street SICKEL'S OFFER HASSO Large size, with removable lid. Covered in plastic. Assorted colors. Sturdily constructed. Phone 1828 315-17 Delaware FURNITURE COMPANY DRIVE-IN MARKET Broadway and Cherokee Visit the "Green Shop", Broadway and Cherokee, during this Labor Day week-end - you'll be pleasantly surprised at the fine displays of "G a r d e n Fresh Fruits and Vegetables". They are priced right too - prices based on daily market changes. Red Ripe Guaranteed Clced California and Colorado Cantaloupes Jumbo Vine Ea. Ripened 19 Jersey Sweet POTATOES Just the Size You Like 3 Lbs 29 C Colorado Yellow ONIONS 3 «, 25 Sunkist 360 Size Doz. 39 California Crisp Solid Lettuce Large TJdC Heads Crisp Red RADISHES Bch. 4 Green Top CARROTS Bch. 7 California Good Quality Red POTATOES 10^49° 288 Size Sunkist Juice ORANGES 2 - 49* Spices - Chili Powder - Garlic FROZEN FOODS -WE DON'T LIMIT NUTHIN'- Open Tonight and Saturday until 9 P. M. - Open Sunday and Monday (Labor Day) until 1 P. M, Heic they aie! LEONHARD'S Men's And Boys' Shoes Hey, those smooth new LEONHARD'S Shoes are here . . . styles and leathers you'll go for Drop in ... take a look . . . you'll like 'em Remember the name: LEONHARD'S Boys' Sizes 2-6's $5.95 to $8.95 Men's Sizes SVz-lO's $6.95 to $10.95 LEONHARD'S 207 South Fifth Phone 3920 SALE! CRESTA BLANCA MEDIUM SHERRY, 5thS1.11 PADRE MUSCATEL; 5fh 54c PARK & TILFORD RESERVE BLENDED WHISKEY, 5th $3.30 .MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE, 5th $3.98 BALLANTINE 5% BEER, 24 cans $3.82 '• OLD J.T.S.-BROWN KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY, 5 YR5. OLD 86 PROOF $3.75 FIFTH 100 PROOF $4.16 FIFTH 1 • 1 MILE EAST OF FORT LEAVENWORTH I've seen them all-I'M take FREE! $28.00 Value Revere Ware Set with the purchase of a Tappan range! • DrrnM tap mr/oc* fan — Se* iMi Easy Payment Plan Bank-Like Rates THE MEYER APPLIANCE CO. 217 So. 4th Phone 1

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