The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 31, 1952 · Page 6
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 31, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, August 31,1952. Gross neglect of duty and ex- tian Church will meet Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Cora Reel, 1122 Pottawatomie. Mrs. Lyle McCoy will be in charge of devotions and Mrs. Conrad Schimke is leader of the lesson. Ask the man who owns one! Packard.—(Adv.) This time there really was a prowler. Lt. Milt Gillispie at police headquarters about 11 o'clock Friday night got word about the prowler which came from Wilson and Sante Fe. He sent a prowl car to investigate. When the offi- treme cruelty were the charges cers arrived they found a Negro made in two divorce petitions filed in District / Court yesterday. Anna Eissler stated in her petition with a big goose in his hands. The man dropped the goose and ran into a corn field. Officers Bogner A1U1CL -H-laSld &U1LCU. ill liCJ. j.n.uuiui| " she married the defendant, Gus- *"<* Wa fn er decided " would b( tav Eissler, Oct. 16, 1950. She fur-! jm P° sslWe to f ' nd hlm » ther stated that at the time of the marriage she had ?1,900. She asked reimbursement of the money, an equitable division of farm machinery and a 60 acre tract of land. Homer Davis is attorney for the plaintiff. Gertrude McDaniels derness of tall stalks. E-Z terms. Enright Motor Co., 5th and Olive.—(Adv.) Around Friday midnight a calf got loose and was roaming around in the vicinity of 1218 Shawnee, it stated that she and the defendant, was reported to police headquar- Aloysius McDaniels were married ters. Patrolmen who were sent to July 19, 1952. Through her attor- investigafe rounded up the calf ney J.H. Murray, Jhe asked tern- and notified the owner who said and permanent alimony he would take car e of his live- porary and court costs. Restraining orders against bom defendants have been issued. Effective Sept 1, fall store hours: Open 10 AM-6 ^M Tues. through Sat Monday close 9:30 stock. Notice! The Esplanade will be closed Monday, Labor D a y.— (Adv.) Bill Berg, RR 4, charged with NEW CHIEF—Louis Ketcham Gough, 44-year-old World War H veteran from Pasadena, Calif., is the new national commander of the American Legion. He served in World War n in the Navy with the rank of commander.—(Telephoto) PM. Sunday open 3 PM-9:30 PM. | f peeding ' failed , Friday a / tern °° n Cobb's Ice Cream, 524 Del--(Adv) '° app ,f ar M f p f ol ' ce ^ c ° urt and a 'J$D bond was forfeited .One woman Leavenworth County farmers j drunk forfeited a 55 bond. whose crops are not yet covered by Federal Crop Insurance will have an opportunity to sign up for it during an intensive sales ,, . .., . campaign scheduled for the month Metro.-(Adv.) of September, according to Omar O. Browning, chairman of t h e Leavenworth County PMA Committee. Farmers signing before Sept 30, the deadline date, will have protection on their 1953 grain crops. See Packard trade-ins! Motor Co., 5th and Olive.— Custody of a minor child was awarded the defendant, Addie I. Schonherr by District Court yesterday upon a motion brought by Gus R. Schonherr. Colonel Boone was attorney for the plaintiff. Rodenburg Grocery, 501 N. 4th, open 'HI 10 every night—(Adv.) Accessories including the gas heater, fan, battery, and defroster Were reported stolen from the county grader last night while it was parked on the Fairmount road south of Basehor. Deputy Sheriff Frank Hoey is investigating the •ase. Toth's Bungalow will reopen Sept. 1, serving from G-ll Ph. 3558 for reservations. PM. 1031 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. Dearborn tlCS. V A. Dooley : 20 per cent discount on hand lawn mowers! Oliva Hdw. Co.— (Adv.) The Leavenworth Stamp Club Rummage sale, Salvation Army, Tuesday, 9:30 to 3. Bargains in children's clothing.—(Adv.) Bain City, Dist. No. 18, School ill not open for classes Tuesday, Sept. 2 as previously announced, Mrs. Ether Jarowitz, teacher, said yesterday. * The opening day will be announced later. The school has been remodeled 1 and re- Mr~s!~A7 M."Bchanan7"MrrB^han- decorated and some new equip- an and j^ and Mrs B v _ Fer . ment has not arrived. Householders! Your greatest hope for a warm, comfortable home during the coldest wintry blasts next winter is to order famous "Jewel" coal now, tfle Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Marsh, daughter and two granddaughters of Mississippi came Thursday to a few days with his sister, ril. Mrs. L. C. Cordier, 92, who has been visiting relatives in St. Joseph, has returned to her home in Rosendale. Mrs. Cordier greatest of all fuels! Phone right own housework. Friends here of say she does her in! The Meyer Co., 4th and Choctaw. Ph. 67.—(Adv.) Lambert Mills of Leavenworth has been accepted for advanced training in ROTC this fall at Kansas State College. Names of 281 juniors have been released who will be accepted. The army ROTC unit has accepted 133 and the air unit 148. Do you have a drinking problem? Do you really want to get . resume its weekly meetings i weU and stav weU ? Alcoholics An• -"~ ' " at the city hall court room starting Tuesday, Sept 2, at 7:30 p.m. ; The meeting will be open to all members and other interested stamp collectors., Used car sale! Enright Motor Co., 5th and Olive.—(Adv.)" Clark Cord, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Cord, 216 Osage, will return to Rockhurst College, Kan- onymous can help you if you are sincere. Write A.A., P.O. Box 127, Leav., Kansas.— (Adv.) Among those who recently visited Halifax, Nova Scotia and participated in the Royal Canadian Navy Day celebration while serving aboard the destroyer U S S Wren was John A. Punteney, so- narman third class USN. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald «, »..w«.«ui..3i, ^v/jjcgc, £vcui-|3Uii *J1 ltj.1. dlJU iVITS. ATCnlQaiQ City, Mo., on Sept 8 for his!Punteney of 300 Miami, His wife is the former Miss Marilyn Flanagan, also of Leavenworth. Blue Ribbon used cars. Enright Motor Co., 5th and Olive.—(Adv.) Warren Kruse, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kruse of 203 Kingman, is serving aboard the ammunition ship USS Ranier in the Far East? His wife Mrs. Margaret A. Kruse lives at 219 Kingman. Kruse is a pipefitter first class in the USN. Dr. E. R. Koontz, Chiropractor, 514% Delaware, Ph. 350.—(Adv.) The $15,000 bond issue for the •ophomore year. Notice! The Esplanade will be closed Monday, Labor Day (Adv.) The Saint Mary Alumnae Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9 at Saint Mary College to initiate the 1952-1953 year. ' Rent a new car or truck by hour, day or longer. Bowman Car Rental, 714 Del., Ph. 876.—(Adv.) : General Earth Camp No. 42, United Spanish War Veterans will hold a watermelon party at West ticnic Grounds at Wadsworth onjpurpose of adding another room to Monday, Sept. 1 at 2 p.m. A11] the grade school at Easton passed Camp members, auxiliary, family;in an election held there Friday by and guests are invited. 1113 to: 78. Last chance for EJberta peach-! Red clay flower pots and sauc- ~ Burre Fruit ers, 1%" to 8", 3c up. Olive Hdw. Co.—(Adv.) If you don't get your Times es. $1.50 Bu. up. iFarm.—(Adv.) Group No. 5 C.W.F. of the Chris- Mr, and Mrs. George Kirby of Platte City, Mrs. Harry Boggus and daughter, (Jonnie of Liberty, and Miss Janice Foster of Dearborn returned Sunday from a three week's vacation in Los Angeles, San Francisco and other interesting points in the west. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aufranc and children returned Sunday evening from a vacation in the Ozarks. Mrs. James Davidson returned to her home here Saturday evening from Kansas City where she has been staying to be near her daughter, Miss Merna Lee Davidson who recently underwent an operation on her knee. Mr. and Mrs. Davidson went to Kansas City Sunday to visit Merna Lee at St. Luke's Hospital. Merna Lee is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Creek and Stanley and Mrs. Cora Means went to Trimble Sunday afternoon to visit Frank Boydston who is iff. Mrs. Means is a sister of Mr. Boydston. Mrs. Carol Buckingham of Chicago HI., came Friday to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruce. Mrs. Buckingham is on her way to California to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones and sons Jimmie and Gene of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones this week. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hull of Faucett visited his aunt, Mrs. Will Dooley Tuesday afternoon. Hull has been ill for the past two weeks. He is not able to return to work in his office in St. Joseph. Clarence Purcell, who was seriously ill in the Missouri Methodist Hospital in St. Joseph a few weeks ago, is getting along fine and has returned to his work in his barber shop here. Mrs. Anna Gabbert is visiting her brother-in-law Smith Gabbert and Mildred this week. Mrs. Gabbert is the widow of the late Bogue Gabbert who was cashier of the Gabbert bank in Dearborn. Mrs'. Mary Coons who has been confined to her bed at her home here is much improved and is able to be about her house a little. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bohanan entertained with a family dinner Sunday at their home here. Thirty five relatives were present from Mississippi, Kansas City, Maryville, Savannah and Dearborn. Dr. and Mrs. •>. L. Durham, Lulu, Dearborn and Mrs. H. C. Smither of Salina, Kas., returned Monday night from a vacation trip in the Ozarks. A brother-in-law and sister of Dr. Durham met them there and all enjoyed their vacation together. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coontz and her grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Freeman of. Kansas City visited Mrs. Coontz's great grandmother, Mrs. Edith Turner Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Coontz expect to leave soon for a visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Turner and children at their home- in Houston, Tex., and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McVey in Beaumont, Tex., and will go from there to California on a vacation trip. Mr. and MrsSLewis Foster went to St.- Joseph Sunday afternoon to attend funeral service for Mrs. George Everet McMilliam, 59, at the Haeton-Bowman Chapel. Burial was in the Judy Cemetery near here. Mrs. Luther Harris, who been visiting her son-in-law CARNIVAL By Dick Turnet "I iust said 'no wonder you're not afraid of the bogey man!' " vacation trip in Minnesota and other points, has I C.A. Kessaman and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dean, has returned to her home here. Mrs. Edith Turner received word that her sister, Mrs. Lura Bryant, who has been ill at her home in <ing City, will soon go to the home of a niece and husband Rev. and Mrs. Presley Gordon at Sugar I,ake to stay until she is feeling his home by illness but is feeling better. Forest Anderson has returned home from a visit with his brother. Temple Anderson and family a t Winfield, Kas. Before her marriage Mrs. Anderson was Miss Eva Crutcher of Dearborn. Temple was reared near here. Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Ray and family have returned home a fishing trip in the lakes of Minnesota. Neil Lidstone, who has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Mellie Lidstone and Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. McDowel and other relatives and friends, B. Ratcliff will go with them as has returned to his home in Los S-° rad0 Where she wi l} Cr uces, N.M. He owns and operates the Diamond Gravel Plant at Los Cruces which manufactures cement blocks. Neil was reared in George Ratcliff better. Dr. and' Mrs. and his mother, Mrs. A. B. Ratcliff all of St. Joseph called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foster Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. George Ratcliff expect to leave soon for a vacation trip to California. Mrs. A. visit a niece. Mr. and Mrs.' D. L. Downing of Arkansas came 1 Monday to visit their cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Will Foster and family. Mrs. C. A. Mullendore enler- ained a few friends at contract Bridge Tuesday afternoon at h e r home here. High and second high scores were observed and refreshments served. Miss Elizabeth Foster, who is employed in Kansas City, visited Sunday night and Monday with her sister, Mrs. Stella Cllne, at her home here. George Reed, who is stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, expects to return to his home here in the near future. He will receive his discharge soon. Robert Kyle who is employed in Kansas City, drives back and forth to his work each day. •Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aufranc and children, left Friday to spend a few days at the Lake of the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ray and daughter Roberta and Miss Peggy Allen have returned home from a If your budget looks as if a couple of alley cats had been fighting over it ... call 215 S. 4th Ph. 3155 is confined t o visit Mr. and Mrs. James P Hull, Sammy and Mary Ann. Mr. Hull vas suddenly taken ill about ten days ago at his home. He is greatly improved but is still confined to his home. Lowell Gene Jenkins, who i s isiting relatives in Indiana, writes hat he is having a delightful visit. He will return horn soon and enter school at the Military Academy at Lexington. He graduated from the 'aucett High School last May. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fern and children of Ewing, Ky. visited herj >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard lull at Camden Point las* week. Deal-born. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Melntire have returned home from a visit with their son and family at Gallatin. Mrs. Melntire has been in failing health for a long time but is getting along fine at tiiis time. Pvt. Wayne Adkins is stationed at Fort Knox Ky., attending the quartermaster supply school. He has been stationed at Fort Hood, Tex. Mrs. Virgil Benning. Miss Judy Benning and Mrs. Will Dooley went to Faucett Thursday afternoon to When you're in need of Silverware See POGGEMEYER'S 1847 Rogers Bros. Wm. Rogers & Son Holmes & Edwards Community Piate Tudor Plate 201 So. 5th St. QBtgrowing ym present Refrigerator? *<>. L, Here's a Family Size BARGAIN! FOR QUICK, EASY LOAN SERVICE! OPEN! SHOP EARLY! OPEN! Fryers. I Bread. Milk. Lunch Meat. OPE SUNDAY and MONDAY ^TILL NOON! . Ricketson's Roasts. Vegetables. Cold Watermelons. Frozen Foods. DELUXE Refrigerator- Freezer ...of course, 1C. .fccfricl It's BIG but not bulky • 67 Ibt. frozen slang*. • Bonus Bottle Space, • Big, deep Humldrawen. • Roast-deep Meal Keeper. e> Egg Shelf and Sbefvec- In-The-Door. • Lifetime vinyl door gasket. • Handy 3-way door latch. • 19 iq. ft. of shelf space. OPEN! Fifth Avenue Market 5th Avenue and Spruce Street OPEN! MORE EXTRA VALUE Included with the Big 9—this Hall China Refrigerator Set, , oven-proof for baking, exclusive with Westinghouse. you CAN BE SURE.-.iF Buy on our own easy terms! Low bank-like rates! THE MEYER APPLIANCE CO. In National Hotel Building 217 So. 4th Phone 1 They called on relatives in Dearborn and vicinity while here. Mr. and Mrs. All Redden and public three times each day. The men of the ehurch will serva breakfast after the hunters return •from the chase. At three o'clock Will Coons of Kansas City came: ... Friday to stay over the week end if ch morning the hunt will begin, at their home here. | Sandwiches, coffee pie and pop, '\villbeservedatthestandallday Mrs. C. M. Burgess of Bonner and evening mtii midnight each Springs, Kas., recently visited, her r^ cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Mil-j ;yf' rs . H C ler at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. All Redden of Kansas City were at their home here over the week end. Mrs. Will Coons, who had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Redden for the past week, returned home with them. A number from Dearborn and vicinity attended the fair at Platte City last week. who at the home of Dr. and Mrs. S.L. Durham a.nd Lu Monday night, has gone to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stabe in St. Joseph to visit. Mrs. Stabe came for her Tuesday morning. Mrs. Smither and Mrs. Stabe are sisters. Rodney Harrington will leave) soon for Oberlin, Ohio, where he will study music and voice at tha Mr. and Mrs. Landis Bigloe of ' Oberlin College. Rodney graduat- St. Joseph were recent visitors at f 3 / 10 ™ the Dearborn High School the home of her daughter Mrs. G. May and was valedictorian of B. Foster, Mr. Foster and son. J. W. Broadbent of Camden Point recently visited friends in Dearborn. Broadbent visited relatives in Joplin last week. Mrs. Ruth Ashmore, who has been visiting relatives near here, has returned to her home in Clarinda, la. Word was received here of the! death of William Edward B^evins, 79, at his home in St. Joseph last week. 'He is survived by^ two daughters, one sister, Mrs. Dolly Campbell of near here and one brother, Gene Blevins of Faucett. He had lived in St. Joseph for the past 71 years. The members of the Dearborn Baptist Church are busy getting ready to serve meals three times daily at the Fox Hunters Meet which will open on the Fox Hunt grounds adjoining Dearborn on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Only the evening meal will be served on that day. The owners of the kennels and a few local people will be about the only ones on the grounds that evening. But large "crowds are expected every day after as the real opening will be on Wednesday when meals will be served to the hls class - r STORE COAL NOW! Famous Bluebird Semi-Am- thracite . . . smokeless . . . chock full of heat. . . low in ash ... non- clink. BUY BEFORE THE RISE! STUDDARD Coal; Ice & Transfer 780 Seneca Phone 787 OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY For year convenient* Groceries, Meats and Staples THELARKIN GROCERY 200 Delaware. Complete Line of OOL Sheaffer, Esterbrook, Parker "21" and Eversharp PENS and PENCILS. • Fine ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS WHITAKER'S 322 Delaware Phone 42 KROEHLER OFfffrS YOU THESE GLAMOUR STYLES KROEHLER FURNITURE is CUSH1ONIZED Big! Handsome! Richly tailored in K incurST fabrfcs - Es P<*'a"y designed by KROEHLER for this sale. And it's made with famous ' Cufhionized" construction which gives you the most luxurious seating comfort you've ever experienced. NEW CLUB STYLE SOFA AND CHAIR $219. Here's a wonderful design bv KROEHLER that was the rage of the recent furniture markets. Smart modern fabrics. New colors to choose from. TRADE-IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE ON NEW! FURNITURE CO. 512-14 DELAWARE "E-Z TERMS"

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