The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Wednesday Evening, September 3,1952. Of interest to women and Mrs. Ed Ryan, Miss Genevieve Ryan, and Dr. and Mrs Harry King. Social, Personal end Organizational A'eics Helen M. Snyder, Editor, Phone 25. Mrs. George Legler The following article appeared in the El Dorado Times on Monday, Sept 1: Mrs. George Legler, of Leavenworth, who came here to visit her daughter and family, the Page Bensons, is in Allen Memorial Hospital recovering from an illness. She is principal of the Third Avenue school in her home town and the high regard in which she is held there is evidenced by the more than 150 cards and messages she has received since she has been in the hospital. I Family to Remain Here Mr. Gordon Blackman, 1111 Olive, who was employed by the Abernathy Furniture Company here for 18 years, and was superintendent at the time the local plant closed, has taken a position with the Ford Motor Company in Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Blackman and children, Marilyn and Larry, will continue to reside in their Leavenworth home, .and Mr. Blackman will commute to and from Kansas City. Zoellner-McKinney Marriage The marriage of Miss Zara Ann ZoeUner, duaghter of Mr. anc Mrs. Frederic Winslow ZoeUner of Tonganoxie, to Mr. James Thomas Mcffinney, took place Sunday, Aug. 31. Mr. and Mrs. McKinney will make their home in Tu Is a, Okla. Newcomers Mr. and Mrs. Everett N. Smith of RR 2, Tonganoxie, announce the birth of their daughter, Patricia June, at Gushing Memorial Hospital, Aug. 28. The new baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Matt Edmonds, RR 2, and Mr and Mrs. Walter Smith, Basehor Patricia June has a sister, Phyllis, and a brother, Ronnie. RONALD LYLE COFFIN", son of.Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Coffin, McLouth. His maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wiley, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffin, McLouth, are his paternal grandparents. Mrs. Jennie Wiley is his great grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Orville J. Edmonds, RR 2, announce the birth of their son, Donald Kyle, Aug. 28, at Gushing Memorial Hospital. The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Matt Edmonds-, RR 2, and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Vigus, Jarbalo. Donald has two sisters, Jean- 'ette and Leslie. ( Personal* Lt. Col. Richard Seitz came by plane yesterday from Camp Benning, Ga., to attend the funeral ol his father, Mr. John Seit;. Mr. and Mrs. Seitz's other sons, Lt. Co 1. John Seitz, who is in station in Germany, and M.Sgt. Edward jSeitz, who is stationed in Korea, ivill be unable to attend the services. Ann, Mrs. Elmer Roach, Mrs. John Fisher;, Mrs. Roxie Goff, Rev. and Mrs. John Hodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pennington. Burt Morton Sr. . has returned from a three-weeks' visit in California, where he visited his sister at Newport Beach and his brother and sister-in-law on Balboa Island, former residents of Leavenworth. Donovan-Musselman Nuptials A lovely wedding was solemnized at the Donovan home near Parkville, Mo., Saturday evening • at 7:30 when Miss Marie Donovan daughter of Mr. Arthur Donovan became the bride of Mr. Charles Musselman of Kansas City, Mo. Rev. John Hodge officiated a1 me double ring ceremony. Vows were exchanged before the fireplace which was beautifully decorated with fern, garden flowers and lighted candles. Mrs. Warren Donovan and Miss Maxine Hemmerling, wearing ftoor length dresses of blue taffeta and net, were candle lighters. Mrs. Carl Hemmerling played the wedding march and accompanied Mr. Warren Donovan, who sang "Because" and "Always". As the bride descended the stairs ; she was met by her father who gave her in marriage. The bride fashioned her own wedding gown of white embroidered organdy, with high neck, long sleeves, and full skirt with peplum. She wore a floor length veil and carried white carnations. Miss Mary Lee Donovan, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and wore a floor length gown of blue crepe. The flower girl, Paula Fisher, two-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisher of Gashland Mo., was lovely in her floor length dress of pink organdy, ant carried a basket of flower petals The groom chose the bride' brother, Mr. James Donovan, as best man. Groomsmen were Omar Wyatt, Fort Leavenworth, anc Lynnel Old, Chanute, Kas. The bride's table was covera with a linen cloth and ccnterei with a three tier wedding cake topped with a miniature bride anc groom. The cake, encircled bj fern, flowers, and lighted candles was served by Mrs. Paul Fisher Others assisting at the table were Mrs. Warren Donovan, and Misse: Mary Lee Donovan and Maxine Timerling. The bride is a graduate of Pot ter High School. The groom is em ployed in Kansas City, Mo. T h i -couple left for a brief trip, ani will be at home at 3216 Eas Twenty-seventh St., Kansas City Mo. For traveling, the bride chose a medium blue suit of sharkskin with brown accessories, and wore a white carnation corsage. Those from this vicinity attend ing the wedding were: Mr. anc Mrs. Bill Carr, Mrs. George Pen nington, Mrs. Elizabeth Long anc son, David, Mr. and Mrs. Donalc Pennington and daughter, Cynthia Farewell Party Mrs. Harry Ryan, RR 2, assisted by her Sunday School class, the "Teen Agers", of the Fairmount Methodist Church, entertained Saturday evening at h e r home with a farewell party honoring Miss Doris Buchanan, a member of the class. Miss Buchanan leaves this week to enter Nebraska Weslyan University, Lincoln, where she will study Business Administration. Those attending the party were Florence, Carol Ann, and Carl Stigglmire, Dale Williams and Derald Pouppirt A lovely gift was presented to Miss Buchanan jy the group.- for Speidel Watch Bands Celebrates Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Coffin, McLouth, entertained recently with a picnic dinner in honor of the :irst birthday of their son, Ronald ^.yle. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wiley, Mrs. Jennie Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Shannon Wiley and Bruce Alan, Mrs. Anna Brock, Miss Drusie Coffin, Mrs. Jo h n Sinkenberg, Mrs. Mable Dutton, Misss Barbara Dutton, Miss Shirley Coffin, Miss Virginia Wiley, Miss Ruth Bradbury, Miss Lillian Thomas, Mr. A. J. Wiley, Mr. Keith Coffin, Mr. Don Lindsay, Mr.' Robert E. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Jones, 1010 Marion, arrived Sunday from San Diego, Calif., where he has just completed basic training in the Navy. He will return to San Diego Sept. 12 to attend Sonar School. Mrs. Allen D. Rooke will return to Lawton, Okla. on Thursday after a month's visit at the quarters of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Lloyd' Marr at Fort Leavenworth. Mrs. Rooke is a niece of Mrs. Marr. Capt. Rooke is in Europe where Mrs. Rooke plans to join him soon. Mr. and Mrs: George Davis Sr., 715 Ninth Ave., and granddaughter, Barbara Brooksher, have returned from Burlington, Iowa, after spending several days with Mr. and,Mrs. George Davis Jr., and family. southwest of Dearborn Thursday. Horses, cattle, machinery, household goods, grain and miscellaneous articles sold well. Evert Phroffit died a short time ago. Mrs. Delia Anderson is visiting this week in Kansas City at the home of her son, Alva Anderson, Mrs. Anderson and other relatives. Mrs. Paul Fneders and daughter Paulette went to Cowgill Thursday to visit her parents. Mrs. George Wilkerson is confined to her bed at the home of Mrs. Alva Newer by illness. She is feeling better. ANTIQUES See our display ot Glass! ' *Daisy arid Button *Amber, Blue, Crystal *Vaseline *Plates, 10-In., ~y. in. *Goblets, Wines. *Colored Glass for your Rainbow Window NATION'S Lansing, Kas. So. ot Leav. on Hiwys. 7 and 73. Phone Lansing 376 SummerYouth ProgramCloses Just in time to enable children to buy clothes and register for school, the Summer Youth Program at Fort Leavenworth was brought to a close last week after a 12-week session. Attended by 585 children at the start of the program and 300 after C.G.S.C. closed, the schedule of games and activities under t h ej direction of Special Services, head- ed by Capt. John L. Dunn, was the most complete and successful summer program ever held at Fort Leavenworth. Highlights of the program were a pet parade, a vehicle parade, a costume party and a song festival. Under the direction of Mary Alice .Ward, in the picture above, the 'Song Festival Aug. 15, presented about 70 children who had taken part in the group singing program. In addition to the regular daily activities also were a treasure hunt and two mornings spent at Theel Kiddyland. Popular activities were swimming, arts and crafts, sports and games, story telling, charm school, bridge, picnics and fishing. 1st Lt. and Mrs. Harold Wayne Smith and daughters of Chanute A.F.B., HI., were the week-end guests of Mrs. Ada Smith, 1007 North Tenth, and other local relatives. Lt. Smith is a graduate of Leavenworth Senior High School, Class of '42. Mrs. Ed Shalkoski and baby laughter, Gayle Lynn, have returned to their home at 700 Ninth Ave. tian Service of the First Methodist Church will meet Friday, Sept. 5, at the Church with Circle No. 4 as hostess. There will be an executive meeting at 11:30 a.m. and luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m., preceding the regular meeting at 1:30 p.m. The lesson, "Oh, Tell Ye The Story", will be given by Mrs. E. iV. Cline, and Circle No. 2. All women of the church are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weber, R. R. 4, have returned from a ten day vacation in the Northwestern States bordering Canada, where they visited many points of interest, including Yellowstone National Park and Salt Lake City. Organisations The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Coon Hunters' Association will meet Thursday evening, Sept. 4, at S:00 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Dave Powell, 1207 Ohio. Mrs. George Vormehr will leave tomorrow morning for West Chester, Pa., to visit her son, Mr. Harry Sheward and family. While in the East, Mrs. Vormehr will also visit friends in Philadelphia, Pa., and Washington, D.C. The V. F. W. Auxiliary will hold its meeting at the V. F. W. Home, 519 Cherokee, Sept. 4, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. B. J. Gardner, and Mrs. Leah Workman and daughter, Diana Lea, 107 Maple Ave., have returned from a month's vacation in California, where they visited relatives and friends. Mrs. William Russell, secretary, announces that the P. T. A. Executive Committee transferred from Franklin School to the new Anthony School for early organization has decided that Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m., will mark the beginning of the Fall activities. "Let's Get Acquainted" will be the theme of this get-together of parents and teachers. Parents whose children will attend the Anthony School are urged to attend the meeting and get acquainted with the new P. T. A. officers and teachers, and help to launch the organization. U. S. Army Mothers No. 26 will meet Thursday, Sept. 4, at 2 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Bertha Carr, 408 Ottawa. There will be a bowling meeting of the Night Owl League at 7:45 •Thursday evening at the Bowling Alley. Truman Well Pleased With His Whistle Stop WASHINGTON IB — Presdent Truman looked forward eagerly Wednesday to his next "whistle stop" tour after his first strenuous, nine-speech, two-day stumping trip for Adlai Stevenson, whom it called a "wonderful candidate." The Woman's Society of Chris- ttuffed-up floors/ It's here! A no-rubbing floor polish that can take brutal punishment! From the Johnson's Wax laboratories cornea Hard Gloss Glo-Coat—a new kind of polish that gives a new kind of shine. It dries so super-bright and super-hard it doesn't get smeary or streaky or sticky. And even after weeks of wear it doesn't lookscuffed-up! And so easy to use! Just spread Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo-Coat on any floor—linoleum, rubber tile, asphalt tile, finished wood—and let it dry. Without rubbing or buffing, it gives the brightest shine you've ever seen—the hardest polish you've ever walked on! Buy Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo-Coat at all stores where waxes and polishes are sold. You'll agree it's the real economy buy in floor polishes because its bright hard shine lasts so long! Ordinary floor waxes are soft—they mark up when shoes scuff over them. See "Robert Montgomery Preienti" oo NBC-TV RADIO listen to Johnion'i Wai Newt" 4 times a day on Mutual Johnson's Hard Gloss Gl»Coat is super-hard —it stays bright and smooth BO shoes oon t leave a scuffed-up look! V and "Hard &oa do-Cool" tut liodemortl. So enthusiastic was the President over his reception at rear platform talks in West Virginia Tuesday that he assured crowds he's already thinking of campaigning for the Democrats again in 1956. Dearborn Ifc. W A. Doolc; Mrs. Will Dooley entertained a few friends at contract bridge Thursday afternoon at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Buckler are expecting her son, Simeon Turner who is in the Navy and stationed at Memphis, Tenn., to spend a few days with them soon. Mrs. Buckler has two other sons in service in the Army, Billie is in Korea and John stationed in Austria. Mrs. Donald Swanstone and his parents are much concerned over Donald who was in the front ranks in Korea when last they heard from him. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Swanstone of Dearborn. There was a splendid attendance at prayer meeting at the Baptist Church Thursday evening. Frank Downing was leader. The book of Hebrews is being studied. Mrs. Nellie Rose, who has been confined to her home with a back ailment, is feeling better. A number from Dearborn and vicinity attended the public sale of Mrs. Viola Phroffit on a farm A Special Brand? by stack You'll often find the "brand" you want in the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory. Dealers' who sell trademarked products or nationally advertised services frequently show this information in their classified list- in<*s. It's an easy way to save time and trouble. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. $1.00 Puts In Your Home For A Week's Trial Only Dryer with POW-R-VENT System that Banishes Hot Air and Moisture : :. ktcpt room temperature comfortable yet gets washing completely dry and fluffy-soft. V The All-Hew BENDIX Automatic pow-R-vtm Electric .and gas model available. 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