The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on August 31, 1952 · Page 16
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Sixteen 4-H Winners Announced By Beckwith THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Sunday Morning. August 31,1952. r* s\\\\ pc Increase As Talks Go On Winners in the various 4-H di- Eugene Kramer, red; ewe lamb— Myron Schwinn, Eugene Kramer, blue; Rettalou Torneden, Eldon Clawson and Janice Clawson, red; ewe—Eugene Kramer and Janice Clawson. blue; and Rettalou Torn- eden. Myron Schwinn and Eldon Clawson, red; Poultry, pullet—Robert Adams, = Au^'w^ar^u^ and Patty Theis, red, and Kay today by Clifford Beckwith, county club agent. They are: Anderson, white; cockerel — Kay Anderson, red; pen—Mary Louise Wagner, Gerald Wagner and My- Dairy Division. Holstein calves—'ron Schwinn. blue; Betty Thomp- John.Trail, Eugene Kramer and'son. red. and Patty Peterson and Mary Theno, blue; Jackie HoytjBarbara Navinsky, white; capons and "Bobby Adams, red; Holstein—Gale Knoche, red. Heifers — Eugene Kramer, Xeil Rabbits, doe — Larry Deaton, Westphal, Gale Knoche and Man-JDeanna Anderson and Orin Car- deJ Davis, red (no blue winners);> n ey, blue, Larry Zule. red; buck— Holstein cows — Wanda NelljDeanna Anderson, blue and Arlen Davis, blue; Jersey calves—Rob-1Schroeder and Larry Zule, red; | ert Bosworth, blue; Joel Aufdemberge and Robert Aufdemberge, j Crops, corn—Peter Knipp, Berred; Jersey heifer—Robert Bos-inard Pierron, Duane Torneden. worth and Robert Aufdemberge, blue; Jersey cows—Robert Bos- wortb and Jerry Crown, blue, and Jsaomi Westphal,.red; Hereford (baby beef) — Nadine Rose, Larry .Rose and Catherine Shaw, blue, and Ronnie Lindel and Bill Shaw, red; Hereford breed- Melvin Wagner. Wilbur Wagner and Jimmy Grinter, blue. Joe Jauernig, Kenneth Theis, Edmund Theis, Herbert Schwinn, and Eugene Kramer, red; Glenn Clark', Roy L. Jons and Loren Higginbotham, white; Potatoes — Jerry Moschini. My- ing heifers—Ronnie Lindel and iron Schwinn, Melvin Wagner, and Robert Knoche, blue, and Gl en!Kenneth Theis, blue; Eddie Jauer- Clark and Melvin Dale, red; jnig, Robert Knoche, and Calvin Shorthorn breeding heifers — Melvin Wagner and Wilbur Wagner, blue; Angus (baby beef) — Russell Clark, red; Angus breeding heifers—Edmund Theis and Kenneth Theis, blue. Sheep, fat lambs;. Myron Schwinn, , Eugene Kramer and Gwendolyn Westphal, blue, and Shoekley, red; and James Peterson, white. Wheat — Larry Rose, llelvin Wagner, Wilbur Wagner and Jim. my Grinter. blue; Charles Brown and Eugene Kramer, red; and Herbert Schwinn, white. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES SIDE GLANCES By Gailbraith UNITED NATIONS. N. Y., (»— Casualty figures for U. N. forces in Korea are climbing steadily, reflecting bitter fighting waged during the deadlocked truce talks, an Associated Press survey showed Saturday. Dead and wounded for the 17- nation force fighting under the U. N. flag now total 262,421, an increase of 29,288 since an AP survey in April. Overall casualty and missing, total 384,609. The April survey — based on figures supplied by delegates of countries fighting in Korea—gave total casualties as 419,456. South i Korean officials since have revised their list of missing, however, MRS. NANCY Heitmann Seward joins the Leavenworth school system as instructor o£ instrumental music in elementary schools. Mrs. Seward has a bachelor of music education degree from Central College, Fayette. Mo., and has done work towards a master of music education degree at the University of Michigan. Her home is in Lincoln, 111. This is her first year as a teacher dropping 63,000 from roll. the April In comparison to the U. N. total, the last U. S. Army estimate of Communist Chinese and North Korean military casualties—issued in June—gave an overall figure of 1.623,404. There was no attempt to break this down into dead, wounded and missing, however. The Republic of Korea has had the most dead and wounded of any of the nations ranged under the although she held^ an under- u. S. flag — 37,167 dead, 112,427 j..^. ,__-._, ,j, woun( j e( j_ The U. S. is next with 18,301 dead and 85,298 wounded, based on this week's Pentagon report. The U. S. also lists 1,611 known , ,,_ ,prisoners and 11,042 missing, a member of the 3,1st Army | bringing its curre nt casualty total Ranri Thnv livp at Tlfi SniifJi I . -5- _^_ graduate assistantship in band at Central College and did practice teaching in Fayette schools. Her husband. Pvt. Kenneth Seward, has been stationed at Fort Leavenworth as Band. They live at 716 South Fourth. LEO W. DUFFIX Funeral service for Leo W. Duffin, who died Wednesday from in- t i juries received in a tractor mishap, was Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at the Sacred Heart Church i at Kickapoo with the Rev. Father Leo Cooper, pastor, officiating. Burial was in the family lot in the: Kickapoo Catholic Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Herman Forge Sr., Edward Forge, Henry Schwartz. William Brooks, Lawrence and: Herman Kern. The Sumpter Fu-! neral Chapel was in charge ofj services. to 116,252. This is an increase of 1.403 U. S. killed and 7,062 wounded since the April tabulation. SUBSCRIBE TOR THE TIMES the readers Jarbs GOLDBX AGE CLUB To The Times: I am trying to start a Golden Age Club. There will be no fees. There will be volunteer entertainment and anyone can join after they are 60 years of age. The club will be able to use the city hall auditorium. Think what a blessing it will be for those old people who live alone, maybe in one room, where they eat, sleep and cook, forgotten by the younger set. Many cities have had Golden A.ge Clubs for years. Why can't we? W. H. Owen 510 North Third Leavenworth, Kas. BY HAL COCHBAX We've read a number of hot dog ating contests this summer. A rilling sport. Why is it that there's never ny static on the radio during le bedtime stories? At the bathing beauty shows an wful lot of it certainly does. ; 1952 may be a break for the oung girls, but it's just another ap year for pedestrians. Some men send the wife and ds away on a separate vacation —and finally become bosses in heir own homes. * Grandview !*•«. William Ue«(hei Mrs. Edward Jones and infant daughter have returned to their home on RR 1, Easton. Mount Olivet School will start its fall term Tuesday Sept. 2 with Miss Dorothy Ehart as teacher. Miss Mary- Bollin of Kansas City called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Carver Sunday afternoon. Misses Mary Kathryn and Patty Ann Finneran of Leavenworth and Billy Joe Conway of RR 4 visited for the week end with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Will Conway Sr. "H mu*t b* th« tobmcco. Dad—your pipe tasted all right this afternoon when we blew bubbles with itl" Looking for A GOOD Cleaner? Try us! Leavenworth Cleaners & Dyers 412 Shawnee Phone 266 Ray Knapp, Prop. WE PLEDGE ALIE6/ANCE • "To the flag of the United States, and to th« Republic for which it stands ..." • To Kansas, the best state in the nation in which to live and work • To our community in its every worthy effort to better serve its members • To all good citizens who work today for a better tomorrow • To our most precious asset — our children and youth We teachers welcome your friendship and your neighborly cooperation in making this school year the best and happiest ever for our boys and girls. THE LEAVENWORTH CITY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION Larry and Jimmy Chmidling re- urned home Sunday after a •eek's visit with his grandmother Irs. Tony Pierron and Irene. Mr. and Mrs. Eichman have re- urned to their home at Winona ter a visit with their son Ben ichman and wife and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Carver and tfrs. Anna Osenheimer called on elatives at Leavenworth Sunday fternoon. Alice Bobo has returned to her ome after a three week's visit! nth friends at Omaha, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Guenther nd son, Mr. and Mrs. James onway of Leavenworth, Mr. and Irs. Billy Conway and sons of; R 4 and Mr. and Mrs. Will Meagher of RR 1 Easton visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Conway Sr. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Tony Pierron and daughter Irene and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pierron and family motored to EBXEST IIAGAN DIES Ernest P. Hagan, 54, Worjd War I veteran, died Friday at Wadsworth. He has been a patient there since June 11. The body was re- Bonner Springs Sunday and visit- moved yesterday from- the Davis ed with Mr. and Mrs D. Overfield Funeral Church to the Konatz Fu- The Wagner brothers have rented the David Henneseey farm for Home at Fort Scott where service will be held. the coming year. Miss Ethel Woods of Basehor visited with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 'Woods Tuesday. Elmer Woods is filling his silo this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Carver called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hatten at Lansing Sunday afternoon. Charles Winkler Jr. visited with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall at Piper this week. West Virginia U's basketball; team scored 100 points twice andj 99'once during the 1951-52 season.lt All three wins were on opposition!, courts. !' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES CHIROPRACTIC Is The Secret To Better Health ASK A Chiropractic Patient Phone 1905 • For Appointment With Dr. D. E. DOLAN Chiropractor 720 SPRUCE WAYNE FEEDS with the I. Q. Test • Armour's New Pebble Plant Fertilizer. Leavenworth Feed & Supply 722 Shawnee Phone 799 USED Norge Refrig.. $35.00 Hotnoint Electric Range. SI0.00 Cabinet tvpe. Warm Morning Coal Heater .. $35.00 Dixie no-smoke Coal Heater .. $25.00 Westinghouse 12>/ 2 " Television Set And Table... $100.00 THE MEYER APPLIANCE GO. 217 South 4th St. Phone 1 is the most important guardian of your health.Hisskill.knowledge, integ- rity are always at your service. 5th and Del. Phone 210 ENROLLMENT Public Schools of the CITY OF LEAVENWORTH FRIDAY... SEPTEMBER 5 Elementary Schools Parents enroll children according to this schedule— 9:00 A. M. Those whose last names begin with D, E, F, G, or H. 10:00 A. M. Those whose last names begin with I, J, K, L, or M. 11:00 A. M. Those whose last names begin with N, O, P, Q, R, or S. 1:30 P. M. Those whose last names begin with T, U, V, W, X, Y, or Z. 2:30 P. M. Those whose last names begin with A, B, or C. Junior High School students will enroll at 9:00 a.m. Senior High School students will enroll between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. Call No. 4570, Board of Education, if uncertain about where you should enroll. Anthony, Second Avenue and Evergreen. Cleveland Park, Fifteenth and Vilas. Howard Wilson, Olive and Grand Avenue. Jefferson, Eleventh and Kickapoo. Lincoln, Fifth and Dakota. North Broadway, Broadway and Kiowa. Sumner, Fifth Avenue and Ohio. Third Avenue, Third Avenue and Marshall. Wilson Avenue, Yilas and Wilson Avenue. Junior High, Third Avenue and Congress. 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