The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 31, 1952 · Page 5
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 31, 1952
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Of interest to women Social, Personal and Organisational News Estclle Itchier, Editor, Phone 25. Bride of Clyde W. Blackaby The marriage of Miss Harrietlof Kansas City, Kas., and Miss May Sill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Jean Hobbs, were gowned alike in Carl A. Sill Jr., 320 Second Ave- yellow taffeta, and wore wrist cor- Clyde W. Blackaby, and Mrs. Emmett nue, to Mr. son of Mr. Blackaby, c place last night at the Evangelical United Brethern Church. Rev. C. W. Iwig performed the cere- - mony before an altar lovely with arrangements of roses and glad• ioli, lighted by tall tapers in floor candelabra. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of ice pink slipper satin, with a yoke of chantilly lace, and chapel length train, with chantilly insets. Her finger tip length veil of French illusion net fell from a cap of lace applique? She carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses and white carnations. Miss Bobbie Watson of Colorado Springs, wearing robin's egg blue taffeta, was maid of honor, and carried yellow carnations. The candle lighters, Miss Loretta Ring, sages of gardenias. Royce Higdon served as Mr. est ers of Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. Bud Sanger ushered. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride's x parents, 320 Second Avenue, which was beautifully decorated with gladioli and fern. Mrs. Wallace Rogers and Mrs. Walter Allen served wedding cake, and Mrs. Henry Headspeth and Mrs. W. R. Jones presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. F. A. Miller was in charge of the guest book. The bride's traveling c< was a navy and white suit with tan accessories, complemented by a pink rose corsage. After a two week's honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Blackaby will be at home at 311 Walnut. (Star Studio Photo.) Barbecue Bridge A delightfully different party was enjoyed last Thursday evening by a large group of friends of Mrs. Arthur Jahn, Route 2,. and Mrs. Howard Jahn, 715 Michigan, when they entertained with a barbecue bridge at the former's country home. The outdoor dinner was both prepared and seved on the patio. Following dinner, bridge was played in the recreation room, beauti- given by Norman Thompson, a pa- rled out In decorations and refreshments. Games and contests were the amusements of the evening. The guests were Mrs. Ray Breaux, Mrs. H. Curtis, Mrs. Walter Kempin, Misses Janet Thompson, Ann Kelly, Carol Fluharty, Doris Krekeler, Ann Kunkle, Sue Evans, Dale Crownover, Mary Ann Hart, Edie Jochims, Joan Kaplan, Carolyn Berkowifz, Joanne Manney, Evelyn Hane, Donna Seeley, Nayse Sterett, Mary. Joe Natzke, Donna Mangan, Susie Wahler, Carol Rice and Mary Ruth Schrimpf. Birthday Party Dr. and Mrs. K. M. Kindred of Lansing entertained Friday for their daughter, Diana Gail, who celebrated her fifth birthday. Decorations and favors were in yellow and pink, and fifteen guests enjoyed the occasion. Dessert Luncheon The'Ladies Aid Society of St Paul's Lutheran Church will meet in the school auditorium at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, September 3 for the monthly dessert luncheon, to be followed by t h e regular business meeting. All women of the church are cordially invited to attend. Honored guests at the luncheon will be the following members having birthdays in September: Mesdames Elizabeth Elder, Anna Orlowski, Gus Nitsche, Elizabeth Burke and Edwin Meyer. Included in the business of the day wfll be the. completion of plans for the Mission Tea to be held during September. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. John Ochs, chairman, assisted by Mrs. T. Schmitt, Mrs. E. OrlowsM, Mrs. H. Nieman, Mrs. J. Denney and Mrs. E. Brown. Leintz-Woodson Nuptials THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, August 31,1952. Ffv* Fall Activities Begin Tuesday, September 2, marks the opening of the fall activities for the Women's Council of t h e First Presbyterian Church. A most cordial invitation is extended all women of the church and friends for the one o'clock luncheon and program following. Mrs. T. C. Vinson, who, with her husband Dr. Vinson, has worked on the missionary field in China, will tell of her experiences, using "Chinese Missions" as her subject. Precediog Mrs. Vinson on the program, Mrs. Lawrence Davis will lead a devotional service and Miss Clara Brueggen will be at the piano during the meditation period which begins at 1:50. Members of Chapter H are in charge of the luncheon and all officers and chapter chairmen are urged to attend the executive meeting at 11:30 in the Ladies' Parlor at the church. Stalter, Mrs. William Seymour, Mrs. Don McCall. Dessert Party Altar Society Luncheon The Sacred Heart Altar Society will begin fall activities with a luncheon Tuesday at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Erwin Baker, 612 Central Avenue. Plans will be made at the meeting following the luncheon for club activities for the ensuing year. Club Luncheon The Boling Canning Club will have a covered dish luncheon Tuesday at one o'clock at the Community Center. Hostesses will be Mrs. Jack Starnes, Mrs. Horace Lamborn, and Mrs. Merle Lamborn. The entertainment committee is composed of Mrs. John The Byington's Past Matrons Club will have a dessert party and meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Miss Katherine Callahan, 614% South Fifth. Mrs. Kate Cory will be the assisting hostess. A social meeting will follow the business session. standing small-yard garden. Members are urged to bring plants for the plant exchange. Hostesses for the evening are: Mmes. B. L. Parisho, G. Peppard, A. Payne, C.L. Powell, F.M. Purcell, E. Ruegg, H. Shoemaker, B. Schulmeister, E. Scott. Biennial Convention MANKATO, Kas. Iff) — Kansas vill have 10 delegates and 10 al- ernates at the seventh biennial lational convention of the Federa- jon of Women's Republican Clubs n St. Louis on Sept. 19-20, Mrs. 'oe R. Beeler, president of the <ansas Women's Republican Club, innounced Saturday. Garden Club Program The Leavenworth Garden and Civic Club will hold its regular meeting Thursday, September 4, at the City Hall. Mrs. James Wolfe will talk on "The Care of Gladiolus." Roll call will be, "Flowers I saw on my vacation." Mrs. John Johnston will be in charge of the table setting. Mrs. Dorothy Hoeck of Kansas City, Mo., will speak on "Flowers and Ceramics." Mrs. Hoeck is renowned for her o u t- ADDITIONAL WOMAN'S NEWS OX PAGE 7 ANTIQUES See our display of Glass! *Daisy and Button *Aml>er, Blue, Crystal *Vase Line *Plates, 10-In., ->¥• In. *Gohlets, Wines. 'Colored Glass for your Rainbow Window NATION'S Lansing, Kas. So. ot Leav. on Hiwys. • ' 7 and 73. • Phone Lansing 376 Fifth Birthday Mrs. LeRoy Sample of Jarbalo ntertained with a party at h e r home Thursday, August 21, honoring her son, Daniel Allen, on his fifth birthday anniversary. Games were played and prizes were won by Phillip Jeannin and Mary Somers. Refreshments of ice cream, cake and candy were served the small guests and balloons were given as favors. Daniel Allen was of many nice gifts. Those enjoying were Susan Murphy, Wiley, Karen Kvans, the recipient the occasion Mary Kay Mike Jeannin, Mary Ann Shinkle, Connie Henderson, Phillip Jeannin, Mary Somers, Johnnie Kelly, Wanda Phillips and Daniel Allen Sample. Mrs. Sample was assisted in en- :ertaining by Mrs. Hattie Higgins, tfrs. Rosa Sample and Mrs. Loyal Evans. The S a 1 em Congregational Church was the setting on Saturday, August 30, for the wedding of Miss Frances Marlene Leintz, 617 Grand Avenue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leintz Sr., to Mr. David Wan-en Woodson, of Lan- honor, and niece of the groom, wore light blue nylon net over taffeta with matching stoll, and the bridesmaids, Miss Helen Hiatt and Mrs. David Wells, wore gowns in shades of nile green and yellow, respectively. They carried colonial setting wardia of white fern, and gladioli, wood- floor standards chio roses. sing, son«of Mrs. Ethel Woodson of| b °uquets o f carnations and pinno- 209 Vine St. Rev. Howard H. Poetter performed the double ring ceremony in a candle lighted altar Mr. Robert Woodson of Lansing, brother of the groom, was best man. Messrs. John Leintz Jr., Robert Beall, and Ronald Bacon bearing white tapers. Misses Di- usnered - Th e groomsmen were Mr. ane Besch and Linda Huggins,| Wayne Seymour and Mr'. Richard wearing light orchid nylon net over taffeta, lighted the altar candles. Mr. Wally Williams sang "Because" and'The Lord's Prayer", accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Raney at the organ. The bride, .given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length dress of lace and nylon net over satin. Her veil cascaded from a cap of net, caught with apple blossoms, and she carried a Bible adorned with variegated ivy and white orchids. Mrs. Robert Beall, Leintz Jr., brother of the bride. The reception was at the home of the bride's parents, 617 Grand Avenue. White Fuji mums and variegated ivy adorned the bride's table, which was'lighted by white tapers in crystal candelabra. Miss Joan Kenney and Mrs. Bill Allison presided at the bride's table, and Miss Mary Leigh Schwartz was in charge of the guest book. The couple left for a wedding trip in the Ozarks. For traveling the bride wore a rose wool shan- tient at Wadsworth, and the vol-j — uhteer ladies from Kansas City.j Missouri. A birthday cake and gifts were given Mr. Herring, and tung suit with black accessories matron of a " d a corsa g e of whj t<> orchids.— matron_pf (Peabo(ly studio photo) Conversation Piece 100% PURE VIRGIN Knitted in the Swiss Rib manner by Old Colony Compliment-catching sfipon that pots poii*V on the news. Color contrasting stand-op collar and ribbed cuffs that tantalizes food wA foe. Uncrushafcle "vitalized" wool that hags the bosom in a triumph of figai? flattery. Small, medium and. large in-.* choice of color combinations.? The Model 424 Delaware fully adorned of gladioli. with arrangements To Instruct at KU Mr. Charles Pearson will resume his position as instructor in t h e Wflliam Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas this fall. He will return to Lawrence for the new student orientation program September 11 and for enrollment the 18th. He will serve as instructor at KU and will also be employed part time with the William Allen Whit* Foundation. He begins his fifth year as instructor at the university. Mr. Pearson has been confined to the Veteran's Administration Center Hospital for the past 13 months, following an accident in which he suffered a leg injury. He was released from the hospital Saturday. Mr. Pearson was formerly Telegraph Editor of The Leavenworth Times. To New Position Mrs. E. W. Snyder wfll assume her duties as society editor of The Leavenworth Times on Monday, September 1. Mrs. Snyder succeeds Mrs. Ward Kehler, who has been editor for the past six years. Returns to China • Mrs. Robert Ho of Tokyo and Hongkong, China, who has been the guest of Mrs. Wm. O. Wliit- aker, 317 North Esplanade, will leave by plane Monday for her home. Her son, Robert Jr., will remain in this country to attend Colgate University at Hamilton, New York. Announce Marriage Sgt (Ret.) and Mrs. John E. Dubach, 211 Maple, announce the marriage of their son, John E. Dubach Jr. to Miss Rosalee Summerville, daughter of Mrs. Emma Summerville, Kansas City, Kas. The couple is on a wedding trip and will be at home in Kansas City, Mo. Surprise Party Mr. R. S. Herring, who is a volunteer worker at Wadsworth, was surprised Friday, August 29, with a birthday party, planned and happy social hour vere enjoyed during noon. and the bingo after- Honor Mrs. Curtis Mrs. Charles E. Jaster enter- ained last evening with a pretty >arry honoring Mrs. "Doug" Curtis of Fort Leavenworth. Pink and was the color scheme, car-| "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 In by 9, Out by 5! Try Our 1-Day Special Service— Now... a Completely Flexible Platform! 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