The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 31, 1952 · Page 10
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Leavenworth, Kansas
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Sunday, August 31, 1952
Page 10
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Ten THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning, August 31, 1952. <al Air Station to escape the hum- NEWS OF THE CHURCHES EsteUe Kehler, Church Editor, Phone 25. Rev. Williams To Conduct Revival Here Rev. Trafton B. Williams of Little Rock, Ark., will conduct an evangelistic campaign at the Church of the Nazarene, beginning Thursday, September 4 and continuing through Sunday, September 14. Services will begin each evening at 7:45, according to Nor- jnan W. Bloom, pastor of the local church at Broadway and Spruce. Reverend Williams is an evangelist of outstanding ability in the Church of the Nazarene. He was trained in Bethany-Pemel College Bethany, Okla., which is one ol the eight colleges of the Church of the Nazarene. In addition, Reverend Williams attended Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Mo., graduating with the degree of Bachelor of Divinity, in 1948. This young evangelist is greatly interested in junior* and teenagers and holds special services for them in all his campaigns. These are highlighted by the use of interesting visual materials. Another special feature of his ministry is the promotion of the Sunday School through an organized Personal Evangelism Crusade. HAND5 OF ARMAMENT TAKt CARE, KEEP "«fe AWAKE AND PBAY; f~r- 'YOU NEVER "' THE TIME* Christ Jesus Is the Church Theme Today How the light of Christ brings illumination will be the theme in The First Church of Christ Scientist, today at the 11 a.m. service. The topic of the Lesson - Sermon will be "Christ Jesus." The Golden Text is from H Corinthians 4:6, "God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the f a c e of Jesus Christ." Lesson - Sermon passages from the Bible include Genesis 1:3. "And God said, Let there be light: and there was light." Correlative passages from "Science and Health with K e y to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy include: "'Christ, as the spiritual or true; idea of God, comes now as of old, preaching the gospel to the poor, healing the sick, and casting out evils. (P. 347). Promotion Day At Nazarene Church Today, at the Church of the Nazarene, Broadway and Spruce the boys and girls of all depart- me'nts will be promoted to new classes. This annual advancement is keenly anticipated by the children, and proudly viewed by the jarents. Following the Sunday School hour, beginning at 9:45, the promotion exercises wil. be conducted. All parents and friends are welcome to this service. Also, in connection with the promotion program, the new teachers and officers of the Church School departments will be installed and given their charge for the new •year. Mrs. F. B'. Anstine has been elected to serve as superintendent for the coming year. Her co-workers on the Church School Board include: Mrs. Alfred Overholt, Mrs. Eph Voorhees, and Mrs. Charles Blochberger. These, with their capable department supervisors and teachers, will care for the teaching needs of the local church for this year. . The pastor, the Reverend Norman W. Bloom, will preach both in the 10:50 and 7:45 services. A cordial invitation is given to all who do not have a regular church lome to attend these and all services of the church. Beginning at 7:45 p.m., September 4, and continuing nightly until Sunday, September 14, Rev. Trafton D. Williams, of Little Rock, Arkansas, will conduct special evangelistic service:, at the Church of the Nazarene. Special music will be featured, and visual materials will be presented nightly. Special Services Today There will be three special services today at St. Luke's Spiritual Mission, 200 Pennsylvania. Bishop A. V. Carter will conduct services at 8 a.m. at 2:30 and 8 p.m. There will be special music at all services. Two Services Today at St. Paul's Lutheran There will be two church services today at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, one at 8 a.m. and the other at 11 o'clock. Pastor E. Berner will have as his sermon theme at both services "Jesus, a Very Present Help in Trouble". Sunday School and Adult Bible Class study will be at 9:45 a.m The monthly meeting of the La dies Aid will be held on Wednes day, September 3 at 1:30 p.m. County Will Send Many to State Fairs Leavemvorth county will be well represented in the home economics division of the state fair at Hutchinson and the Topeka free fair. Forty-eight girls were selected at Tonganoxie to take their entries to the state shows. Joanne Brown was named grand champion for .the foods exhibits, Elizabeth Ann Stuckey for the clothing division, Deanna Freeman, for home economics judging. Grand champion exhibits in the 4-H livestock division were entered by: Nadine Rose, a third time winner in the baby beef division; Myron Schwinn, a second time winner in the fat lamb division; Eugene Kramer, ewe lamb; Mary Louise Wagner, poultry; and Bobby Bosworth, dairy heifer. Those who will place entries to the state fn the food division: Deanna Freeman, cup cakes; Mary Keeslar, white cake; Lenora Fisher, angel food cake; Elizabeth Ann Stuckey, chocolate layer cake; Joanne . Brown rolled cookies and drop cookies; Mary Dell Davis, party cookies; Alice Dodd, white muffins; Shirley Joan Wiley, loaf quick bread; Nadine Rose, ginger, bread; Barbara Stuckey, white yeast rolls and yeast bread rolls; and Margaret Dodd, biscuits. Clothing entries in the state fairs will be sent by Jenell Dunlap, in the aprons division; Marguerite Toot, cotton slip; Naomi Jean Toot, cotton dress for school; Alice Jean Banks, pajamas; Dorothy Stigl- mire, two wool dresses and cotton dress. Rita Heintzelman, cotton dress; best dress and wool dress; Carolyn Meints, best dress. Doris Freeman, best dress; Mary Joann Theno, wool dress; Joanne Brown, girl's dress; Elizabeth Ann Stuckey, robe and pajamas, and ;irl's dress; Betty Berg, girl's dress and wash dress; June Freeman, wool suit; Mary Stigl- mire, pajamas and robe; and Betty Thompson, wool suit. Entrants in the state home economics judging will be: Mary Louise Jauernig, Rosalie Freeman, Shirley Courtney, Deanna Freeman, Betty Berg, Rita Heintzelman, Nancy McBroom, Alice Loretta Dodd, Alice Lou Heim, Karen Stolte and Clara Flint ' Sparkmau To Speak At Kansas Free Fair WASHINGTON (ffl — The Democratic National Committee Saturday announced . Sen. Sparkman, vice presidential nominee, will speak at the Kansas Free Fair, Topeka, Sept. 10. The engagement was included In Sparkman's itinerary as released Saturday by the committee. He will go to Topeka from Kansas City, where he is scheduled to spend the night, of Sept. 9. KBI Investigates Abduction Report OSAWATOMIE (ffl—Miami County officers and a KBI agent are investigating a reported abduction and threat to kill an Osawatomie couple over a local school fight. County Attorney Robert Miller said Russell.V. Ward, about 35, related that he was forced into a car Thursday night by four meri who threatened to kill him and his wife, Elda, if they didn't ''get out of s the' school fight and stay out." ' V/ard was released unharmed near his home. He couldn't identify the men. Mrs. Ward has been helping cir culate petitions requestion an audit of the city school district's books. Both Miller and Sheriff Kenneth Cook of Paola said they knew nothing about the background of the school fight. Ray B. Parker, president of the 6-member school board said Friday night that he knew nothing about the reported abduction. Pitcher Howie Fox is the heaviest player on the Philadelphia Phillies. He weighs 220 pounds. | Bridge Results ! Bridge results of the Leavenworth Duplicate Bridge Club played Friday night at the City Hall. (North-South) 1. Jim Carrico, Father Edwards ,. 118 2. Mrs. Carl Siemon, Mrs. J. J. Thompson 108 3. Mrs. Tom Boone, Mrs. James Collins 107 4. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Todd ... 184 (East-West) 1. Dr. and Mrs. R. 0. Settle .. 106 2. Mrs. Tom Pulley, Mrs. Herman Baum 101 3. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, Miss Elizabeth Reardon 98 4. Mrs. John Davenport. Mrs. E. W. Hiddleston 97 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES PHILLIPS' REMODELING SALE Will Continue Thru Sept. 6 !! BUY YOUR FURNITURE and APPLIANCES at I GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Ml B. R. Phillips Furniture Co. 5th and Cherokee Phone 420 Air Force Association Calls For Investigation DETROIT at—The Air Force Association today drafted a call to Congress for a full scale investigation of the proper responsibilities of the military services. A proposed statement of policy was presented to the organization of air force alumni—veterans of all the sky wars the nation has fought —at the annual convention. It was scheduled for adoption in a final form tomorrow. Accuses General, Arms Race Threat UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., (Si- Chief Soviet Delegate Jacob Malik accused Dvvight D. Eisenhowe. Friday night of campaigning fo the U. S. presidency on the threa of an arms race and World Wa ni. The Russian's attack came during a speech rejecting Western proposals for Big Five arms reduction talks. Malik claimed the Republican candidate, in speaking to th American Legion convention las Monday, "told them with cynica candor that the basis of his foreign policy, if elected, would'be a mac armament race and likewise thei unleashing of a third world war.' 3e said the general was "trying to make his mark as a war monger." Malik, however, was putting words in the general's mouth. Eisenhower actually told the Legion America needs security forces "whose destructive and retalia tory power is so great that i causes nightmakers in the Krenv in whenever they think of attack ing us." PARACHUTE TO SAFETY OLATHE W— A twin-engine navy )omber crashed seven miles wesi of here late Friday after its three- man crew parachuted to safety The plane was one of about 50 being evacuated to the Olathe Nav- THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW Bv Fagaly and Shorten BRATINELLA! DON'T WALK OM MV CLEAM FLOORS.' BRATIMEU.A ,DO YOU HEAR ME?! VOUR SHOES ARE DIRTY.' BRATINELLA; DON'T. 1 TfrW IS PT« BRATIMELLA CAN^T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PLAIMLV SPOKEN. WHAT? WHAT'P you SAV ! WE'LL PUTTHEIDKAV TO EEPSLAV EAPLV. 1 UTTRVANDCARRV ON A CONVERSATION IN GREEK /CHINESE, ESPERANTO OR PIG- LATIN IN FRONT OF HER—' TO SLEEP EARLV! I WANNA STAS UP ANP WATCH T.V. I DON'T WANT VOU TO GO TO THE MOVIES TONIGHT! tV/W ^HlG CHERR-/ ST BKIE.PA. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES 4 .V-'.,A.- r. 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