The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 31, 1952 · Page 7
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 7

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 31, 1952
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Women's news Engaged MR. AND SIRS. FLOYD Brooksher announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shirley Jean, to Mr. Louis Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin of Hutchinson, Kas. The wedding will take place at St. Paul's Lutheran Church September 14 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon and the f reception will be at the Lutheran School. No formal invitations have been issued, but all friends are invited to attend. the University of Kansas this fall where he is a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. Jean tells of the many beauties of Berlin and the surrounding towns, which he was privileged to visit with his parents. He especially enjoyed the trip up the Rhine. Jean says he is happy to return to the United States. Kathy Dawes, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Joseph J. Dawes has returned home after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. William Marsch at Easton. Mrs. Arthur Zoerner anl children, Gary, Donna, Linda and Sandra have returned to their home in Moorestown, N.J., after a two month's visit with Mrs. Zoerner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Matlock, 524 Walnut. Mr. Zoerner arrived last Sunday for a visit and accompanied his family home. Mrs. Stanley True and daughter Mary Anna, who have spent the past few months at their summer home at Lake Keewaydin, Maine, have returned to their home, 116 South Esplanade. i Mrs. Julius Costello, who has been ill, is- recuperating at her home, 113% North Fifth. LCBA Meeting There will be a business and social meeting of St Agnes Branch 978, Ladies Catholic Benevolen Association, on Wednesday even ing, Sept 3 at 7:30, at St. Joseph Hall. Helen Bergman will be th chairman for the social hour an the following ladies will serve o her committee: Mary M. Behrli Louise Behrle, Catherine Behrli Clara Bergman, Pauline Benge Katherine Becker, Gertrude Beck er, Leona Becker, Mary Beck Margaret Baker, Katherine Ander son, Emma Anderson, Georgi Aaron and Margaret Anthony. Sfc and Mrs. Plummer E. Walker Jr., now living in Schwabach, Germany, announce the birth of their first child, a son, on August 14. The boy is named Plummer E. Walker TTT, Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Plummer E. Walker Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. James Green, all of Leavenworth. Humorous Program A humorous program has bee planned for the social meeting o the Daughters of Isabella to b held on September 2. Mrs. Rosalie Matere is chairlad and will be assisted by the follow ing committee: Mrs. Mabel Kues. ter.'Mrs. Mary Jane Lander, Mis Corinee LarWn, Mrs. Lucille Lar kin, Mrs. Margaret Larkin, Mis Mary Agnes Larkin, Mrs. Jo sephine Lauber, Miss Amy Rut] Lewis, Mrs. Teresa Lewis, Mrs Helen Liebeno, Mrs. Lillian Ligenza, Mrs. Alma Linck, Mrs. Elsi Macheak, Mrs. Theresa Maier Mrs. Margaret Malody, Mrs. Ger trude Mangan, Mrs. Augusta Mar tens, Mrs. Helen Martin and Mrs JEva Marie Marr. Miss Margaret Zeugin and Erma Grippy who have served a medical technicians at the Veter an's Administration Hospital a Wadsworth for the past severa years, have been transferred to the VA Hospital in Kansas City. Miss Zeugin is the daughter of Mr. am Mrs. J. A. Zeugin. Mrs. Warren Leigh Taylor and daughter, Leigh, are the guests o Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. E. Bert Collard Sr. They will remain here while Major Taylor is attending Judge Advocate Genera School at the University of Vir ginia. Mr. Jean Ward Schanze, grand BOH of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schanze has arrived in Leavenworth afte: spending the summer vacation with his parents, Colonel anc Mrs. A.E. Schanze in Berlin, Ger many. He will resume his studies ai RENT CZAR-^iames Mclnnes Henderson, of Dicerfield, Tex, is shown in his Washington office after being appointed Rent Stabilizer. Former general counsel of the Economic Stabilization Agency, he takes over the rent post from Tighe E. Woods, now Erice Stabilize*. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brunsman and family, 511 Ottawa, have returned from a family reunion in Alton, Iowa, where they visited Mr. Brunsman's mother, Mrs. Mary Brunsman. returned from a vacation spent in Northern California. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Snoddy and family at San Bruno. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McNaughton will leave early this week by motor for Boston, Mass., where they will attend the general convention of the Episcopal Church. They will be accompanied by Dr. Winnie Lowrance, instructor at the University of Kansas. From Boston, Mr. and Mrs. McNaughton will go to Arlington, Va., to visit their granddaughter, Leslie Ann, and Lt. Col. and Mrs. T. W. Bender and children. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Masterson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Masterson are spending the week end in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bannon will return Monday from a three weeks stay at the Broadmoor at Colorado Springs, Colo. Married in Candlelight Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. James E. Robinson, List Trailer Court, announce the birth of then: daughter Saturday at St. John's Hospital. The grandparents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Robinson, Leavenworth, and Mr. and Mrs. Sid Berglin, Daisy, North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Torp and children, Paul and Percy, Mrs. Norma Boyd and son, Morris of Mobile, Ala., and Miss Helen Marie Wavada of Kansas City, Kas., have returned to their homes after spending the past ten days with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goetting, 713 Oak Street Mr. and Mrs. Don Doyle have left for a month's vacation in San Francisco, where they will visit relatives. They are making the trip by motor. pearls. She carried a bouquet of honeymoon in northern Iowa and orchids. The bride was given in will be at home at 908 Limit Street, marriage by her father. Leavenworth. (Star Studio Photo.) Mrs. R.M. LeMann of Kansas City, Mo., has returned home after spending a week with her aunt, Mrs. Emma Mohan. Mrs. Jerry S. Duggan of Kansas City is spending the week end with her sister, Mrs. Byron Frank and Mrs. William Seymour at Boling. Dr. James Savage and son Robert of Allamuchy,. N.J. arrived Friday evening to visit" Dr. Savage's mother, Mrs. Lucy Savage of Easton and his sister, Mrs. R. S. Connelly and Mr. Connelly at Winchester. Robert Savage is a second year student at Kansas State College, ffe is a member of Kappa Delta Phi, the fraternity, to which his father belonged when he attended the state college. Mrs. John W. Crancer is spending the week-end in Saint Louis, Missouri visiting her .daughter, Miss Beth Crancer, RN, who In a candlelight ceremony a t the Michigan Avenue < Methodist Church Friday evening August 29, Miss Nancy Lee Cockrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reeves Cockrum of Platte City, became he bride of Mr. Brock Everett Schalipp Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 3rock Everett Schalipp Sr., of :his city. Rev. Alice Sutton per- "ormed the service in an altar background of fern, gladioli in variegated colors, and lighted tapers. Mr. Robert Head furnished the nuptial music. The tapers were lighted by Miss Donna Kreutzer. The bride, wore a ballerina length gown of white taffeta and net: vith lace flounce and her veil of net fell from a coronet of seed Miss Judy Cockrum attended her sister as maid of honor. She was attired in a ballerina length gown of orchid net over taffeta and carried a bouquet of white gardenias. Flower girl, Sharon Sue Cockrum, sister of the bride, wore a ruffled organdie frock and carried an orchid basket filled with flower petals. Fritzie Walkenbach w a s ring bearer. Mr. Kenneth Hashagan was best man and Donald Walkenbach and Daryl Wittmis ushered. •' . The reception was held in the church parlor. Assisting in serving were Judy Cockrum, Mrs. Ed Harris and Miss Donna Kreutzer. The couple will spend their is completing her course in anes- hesiology at Barnes Hospital, an affiliate of Washington University. While there, Mrs. Crancer will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Da ScuUin. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bucher Jr.,_ 8248 Tracy, Kansas City, Mo., announce the birth of their daughter, Michele Louise, August 24 at St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kessler of Birmingham, Ala., and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Bucher Sr., Kansas City, Mo. Airman First Class and Mrs. Thomas A. Powell announce the birth of their son, Christopher Allan, August 28 at the US Army Hospital, Fort Leavenworth. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hamilton. Mr. Frank E. Moore is the baby's grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent D. McEvoy, 1104 Ottawa, have chosen the name David DePaul for their son born August 22. Mrs. August Gruendel is the maternal grandmother and Mrs. I. E. McEvoy is the paternal grandmother. The Sunshine Home Demonstration Unit held their August meet- THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, August 31,1932. Seven Nearly all of the asteroids, which are small planets, revolve around the sun in orbits which lie between those of Mars and Jupi|ter. Early observers of the moon believed incorrectly that the dark patches on its surface were ocean*. The planet Neptune has a density of about .24 that of the earth. Baker Dance Studio Where They Like fo Learn To Be a Fall Bride MRS. MARY KOCHANOWSKI, 2516 South Fourth, announces the engagement of her daughter, Teresa Marie, to Mr. Bennie Morin of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. A fall wedding is planned. ing at the home of Mrs. Wm. Marsch. The meeting was con- duc^ed by the president and roll call was answered by twelve members. Several letters were read by the president. Recreation was led by Mrs. Erwin Brown and prizes were won by Mrs. Nick Wagner, Mrs. C.A. Beckwith, Mrs. Herbert Kramer and Mrs. Wm. Marsch. Visitors present were: Miss Chrisite Heplar, H.D.A., and Mrs. Theresa Heise. .. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Leland Doty, September 17, with recreation being furnished by Mrs. Wm. Marsch. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wahle Jane Miller Foris — Studio Of Dancing — •Tap •Ballet •Acrobatic •Toe •Baton Enroll Now! Studio At 425 Vine Phone 384 SKIRTS SWEATERS TROUSERS BLOUSES \ SPORTS COATS Beautifully Drycleaed and Pressed Afl jet for the big weekend? 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