Eight THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Wednesday Evening, September 3,1952. Final Contests Set Tonight InKOMLoop By The Associated Press The KOM league winds up its regular season Wednesday night, and in the balance hangs the runner-up position in the standings. Playoffs begin Thursday night with the third place team facing Tola in the Indians homepark. The fourth place team will go into action at the homepark of the second place team. On Friday night, tha two winners of the Thursday night games' will begin a best two-out-of three championship series. Both Miami and Ponca City are battling it out down to the wire with only one percentage point separating the two teams. Miami, which holds the thin grip on the No. 2 spot, will make its final stand against the league champions, lola. Ponca City faces Blackwell. A victory for both teams will allow Miami to carry! off the honors. The Eagles would have 68 wins against 56 defeats for a .5484 average while Ponca City would have 69 victories and 57 losses for .5476 points. Both squads posted victories Tuesday night. Miami relied on the four-hit pitching of Pete Hamilton for a 5-2 win over lola, while Ponca City used its heavy lumber to pound out an 11-4 victory over Blackwell. At lola, Hamilton struck, out 12 batters. Both Tola runs were unearned. Paul Weeks, lola's comet on the basepaths, stole two more bases to boost his total for the season to 103. Ponca City exploded 17 hits around Blackwell's Joe Adametz at Blackwell. Two roundtrippers were hit during the game, one by Fred Bade of Blackwell and one by John McDermott of the visitors. Both came with one man on base. At Independence, Pittsburg jumped off to a four-run lead in the first inning and went on to defeat Independence, 8-2. Al Willis' homer led the hit parade. Ed Hayes, Pittsburg manager who usually plays second base or :atcher, took over the mound and united the hometeam to five hits. All teams are at the same sites Vednesday night. Market Report , KANSAS CITY HI — (USDA)— Cattle 4,500: calves 900; fed steers steady to 50 higher; kinds grading average choice or better showing most strength; few grass slaughter steeers steady but majority still unsold; fed heifers steady to 25 higher; cows steady to strong; bulls unchanged; veal- ers and killing calves very slow, bidding weak to lower; stackers and feeders slow, scattered sales weak to 50 lower; several loads high choice and prime fed steers 34.25-50; good and choice fed steers largely 28.00-33.50; load high choice fed heifers 33.25; choice to low prime mixed yearlings 34.00: scattering good and choice heifers 27.00-32.50: utility and commercial cows J6.00-19.CO; canners and cutters largely 13.0015.50; scattering medium and good stacker and feeder steers 21.5027.00. Hogs 2,5000; fairly active, 15 to mostly 25 lower than Tuesday's average; choice 190-250 Ibs 20.7521.000; latter price freely on 190240 Ibs unsorted for grade; few • choice No. 1 and 2s to shipppers at 21.10 and 21.15; choice 250-300 Ib butchers mostly No. 2 and 3s 19.75-20.85: load choice 356 Ib butchers 19.000; sows mostly 15.0018.50; stags 15.50 down. KANSAS CITY ffl — Wheat 50 cars; l f"-3.\'i higher; No. 2 hard and dark hard 2.36!i-2.42',i: No. 3 2.36',i-2.41 1 ,S; No. 2 red 2.34>,i-2.37: No. 3 2.33'/4-2.36. Corn 17 cars; unch to 3 ,1 lower; No. 2 White 2.80; No. 3 2.60; No. 2 Yellow and mixed 1.85'i; No. 3 1.823i-1.83',i. Oats 8 cars; Norn higher to J ,i lower; No. 2 white 97; No. 3 95. Milo Maize 3.05 3 ,;-3.16',i Kafir 3.06%-3.17'i Bye 1.89-1.96 Barley 1.843-1.56 Soybeans 3.08-3.21 Bran 55.25-56.00 Shorts 61.25-62.00 Open High Low Close WHEAT: Sep 2.33>,i 2.34»i 2.33','a 2.34=4 Dec 2.37.. 2.38 2.37 231% Mar 2.40 2.40',i 2.39'i 2.40'i May 2.40 2.40'A 2-39 5 / B 2.40 CORN: Sept 1.79 1.79 1.79 1.79 Dec 1.68Vi GRAIN SORGHUM: High Low Close Sep 3.15"/ 2 3.14% 3.14% Dec 309ii 3.09 3.09 MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK W— STOCKS — Higher; selected issues in demand. BONDS — Quiet; governments hold steady. COTTON— Higher; commission house buying. CHICAGO WHEAT—Slightly easier: hedging pressure. CORN—Mixed: September lower, other months steady. OATS — Mixed; small price changes. HOGS—Unevenly 35 cents lower to 25 higher; top $20.85. CATTLE — Steady to 25 cents lower: top $36.000. NEW YORK Ufl — Trading in the stock market hit its best pace in about a month Wednesday -with out resulting in much improvement in prices. Advances and declines were scattered through most sections of the list. Generally they were limiled to less than a point, although a few broke through that range in each direction. Total transactions ran to around 1.2000.0000 shares, against 970,000 Tuesday. Interest centered on selected favorites. Buying was not concentrated on any special group, although some of the chemicals, oils, aircraft^ and radio-TV issues msde progress on the upside. Several rail stocks eased late in the session. NEW YORK Admiral .A Hied Chem Allis dial Am Airlines Am Cyan Am Stl Fd Am Tel Tel Anacon Cop Armour Atchison Beech Airc Beth Stl Boeing Airp LRClosing stacks: Close Net Chg. _____ 27% ..... 76',i .... 53=1, .... 1351 52% U .... 32',; ... 156=8 45?i 93 1514 51 , 37% U U D U D U MRS. ARLENE FODLK, 306 Ninth Ave., is teaching eighth grade English at Leavenworth Junior'High School this year. She has had eight years of regufar teaching experience, mostly at Peabody, Kas., in high school English and history. Mrs. Foulk is a graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. She just moved here from Mission. Her husband, Earl O. Foulk, has been employed at Fort Leavenworth since April. New Teachers, New Building To Start Year The lineup for Leavenworth's school system has been announced by Superintendent of Schools Hugh Bryan. Added to the system this year are a new school, the Anthony school at Second Avenue and Evergreen, and 23 new teach•s. Helen McDaniel will be principal at the Anthony school. Other Anthony teachers: Phyllis Simpson kindergarten; Mildred Elliott, first grade; Florence Desmond, 2 Gladys Faulkner, 3; Bessie Wilson, 4; Edna Wallace,,5; Helen McDaniel, 6. Juanita McRill will teach grades one through Park school* Bran Airw Case (JI) Celanese Chrysler Cities Svc Coca Cola Cont Can Cont Oil . Deere Doug Airc Du Pont Eagle Pich Food Mach Gen Bak Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mot Goodyear Greyhound 26. 42 . . 43% . 63 . 33% . 65 . 87Ti . 22% . 43% . Wa . 63=8 ..49 . 61 y, . 44% 12',4 Gulf Oil 52'fc D U D D XI D U D D D D U U TJ U TJ •A U U D D U D D U D D U D D U D U V u !: u », D 1 u ? U 1 D 1 U 1 U l , U 1 U 1 D ', U ", U . U i U 3 D ? U 1 Int Harv 33 Int Paper 5114 Int Shoe 40 Kan City Sou ... 81 Kan Pw ? Lt ... 19>/ 8 Kennecott 78V, Kroger Co 35 li Lion Oil 38'i Loew's 13% Martin (GL) < 11 li McKess 9 r 37% Mid Cont Pet 66% Minn M?M 41 li Mo Kan Tex 614 Mont Ward 62% Nat Dairy 5514 Nat Gypsum 2114 NY Central 19'/ 4 No Am Avia 16% Packard :4% Penney (JO 671i Pa RB 19% Phillips Pet 60 Pure Oil 631i Radio Cp 27% Hepub Stl 41% Reyn Met 55% Safeway St 32 St Jos Lead 43', 2 Schenley Ind 2714 Sears Roeb 59 Sinclair Oil 43% Socony Vac 36% td Oil Cal 58=8 Std Oil Ind 81 Std Oil N J 78% Studebaker 36% Texas Co 56>.i Tide Wat As 22% Unit Air Lin 27H Unit Airc 35% U S Rubber 25% U S Steel 40 West Un Tel 43% West Elec 41% Willys Over 10% Woolworth 32 Closing average 60 stocks 105.8, •unchanged. Floyd V. Motley, industrial arts;| He said that if critics would Minnie Murdock, social science; Helen Pearson, Latin; Mildred C. Potter, counselor; Rollin Quinn, mathematics and science; Amalie Ramseyer, typewriting; Elizabeth Reardon, English; Ruth Rogers, science; Nancy Seward, .instrumental music; Wilma Tatman, English; V. E. Tinkler, mathematics; Laura Tucker, physical education; and Eva K. Watson, home economics. Capt. I. D. Stauffer, professor stop fussing about whether "containment" fully describes American foreign policy and talk more about what has been done since 1945 there would be less trouble. LEGAL NOTICES military tactics and science, will have as his ROTC staff, Sfc. Har T vey Black, Sfc. Morris Katz, M. Sgt. Beuford D. McDonald. Speeches Continued from Page One. three Marie at Cleveland Gaiser will :each the first three grades at Wilson Avenue. Evangeline LaBunker is the principal at Howard Wilson school. 3mma Keiser will teach kindergarten. Other Howard Wilson :eachers: Lucille Baker, Shirley Preston and Foreste Ross, first tee for the big day, thinks the appearance of Eisenhower and Stevenson will draw many persons more interested in politics than 'arming. "A little knowledge of soil conservation should rub off onto hem," he said. Larson feels that as chairm'an of the reception committee, he should see to it that Eisenhower and Stevenson 'don't meet face to grades; Helen Bartel and Bomah, 2; Lucille Bennett Joy and "But I'll be switched if I know how we're going to avoid it," he Marcella Warnacut, 3; Leola Ackerman and Rachel Mussett, 4; Gladys Cheal and Helen Snyder, 5; Hazel Dowling and Charles Gaulding, 6. At Jefferson school, Dorothy Sanders will be principal and teach kindergarten. Others at Jefferson; Berenice O'Connor, 1; Helen Ohme, 2; Mary M. Zimmerman 3; and Lois Richardson, 4. Juanita Husser will be principal at North Broadway. Charlotte Read will teach kindergarten. Others at North Broadway: Marjory Huvendick and Virginia Young, 1; Emma Nahrendorf and Anna Truesdale, 2; Mamie Concannon and Edna Stolte, 3; Anne Desmond and Ula Thompson, 4; larrie Cory and Lucille Lindsay, 5; Carmen Lashley and Ethel Satterfield, 6. E. M. Lawson returns as principal at Lincoln and will teach the seventh and eighth grades. Others: Erma Hayes, kindergarten; Naola Warren, 1; Cordelia Johnson, 2; Leona Davis, 3-4; Benja- Roy E. Chupp Is Found Dead At His Home Roy E. Chupp, 69, veteran em- ploye of the former Missouri Valley Bridge Company and the present Missouri Valley Steel, Inc., .vas found dead about 4 p.m. yesterday at his home, 807 Shoemaker. Coroner Charles Larkin fixed the time of death at about 4 a.m Tuesday morning. Mr. Chupp was a night watchman at Missouri Valley Steel anc was last seen about 6:30 Monday morning when he left the job. When he failed to report, I. W. Rogers of the company went to Mr. Chupp's home to investigate and found him dead. Death was attributed to a heart condition. The coroner was called. Mr. Chupp was born May 15 1883, at Shelby, la., and was * son of Charles and Nettie Chupp He had been a resident of Leavenworth for more than 50 years and had been employed by the company since 1910. He operated a shear cutter until five years ago when he was made a night watchman. His health had been failing . Gwendolyn Oren- min Day, 5-6; dorf, special. Richard Warren will teach the eighth grade and act as principa at Sumner school. Other teachers at Sumner: Erma Hayes, kinder- ;arten; Romaine Humbert, 1-2; Violet Powell, 2-3; Grace Ha- ivorth, 4; Elene Mason, 5-6; Christina Davis, 7; and Gwendolyn OrendorJf, special. Third Avenue school's principal, Mrs. Sue Legler is ill and Bryan has announced Monzelle Shellhorn ivill act as principal. Teaching Miss Shellhorn's fourth grade class will be Essie Dressser who had been unassigned. Nina Koohler will teach kindergarten at Third Avenue. Others at Third Avenue: Dorothy Davidson and Florence Morrell, 1; Ruth Ed- Wards and Marie .Ressmeyer, 2; Virginia Hofstra and Marguerite Kirkpatrick, 3; Eloise Harryman, 4; Agnes Brady and Nettie Heis, 5; Isabelle Kirkpatrick and Blanche Zapp, 6. Two new members of the school faculty will work in the entire system. Ralph Wilson becomes director of elementary education, and Nancy Louise Seward, instrumental music instructor. Howard L. Tolle begins his second year as principal at Leavenworth High School while Glen E. Patterson is starting his 23rd year as principal at Leavenworth Junior High School. Other junior high school teachers are George Berentz, instrumental music; Mary Grace Boone, home economics; Margaret Cobb, history; Ruth Dougherty, science; William Erickson Jr., physical education; Eugene V. Fleek, industrial arts and coach; Arlene Foulk, English; JoAnn Hammond, arts and crafts; Margaret Hardman, geography; Louise Head, literature; Grace F. Keiser, music; James R. Kelsey, mathematics and civics; Sophia Kelsey, home economics; Wilbur P. Kimbley, industrial arts; Dor- Demands. Korean Troops Removed CLEVELAND Iff) — William W. Cavanaugh, 32, an attorney and: air force veteran, asked Federal District Court Wednesday to require President Truman to take all U. S. troops out of Korea. He also asked the court to reprimand the President for sending armed forces into Korea, and said Truman did so by executive order, without congressional authority. 'sked for comment, District Attorney John J. Kane Jr. said "in the first place, .you can't sue the President. And if you could, it would have to be done in Washington. The District Court svould not have jurisdiction." Cavanaugh told reporters as he filed the petition that "I drew up this petition a year ago but held off, thinking someone else in the country would take this step. "I'm motivated not only as a citizen, but as a father with three children whose lives are being mortgaged by our national debt," he said. In the District Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In re: Joan Camp, a minor and Minna Camp, a minor, by B e u 1 a h Camp, their mother and next friend, for rights of majority. No. 33962 PUBLICATION NOTICE To all persons concerned: You and each of you are hereby notified that Joan Camp, a minor and Minna Camp. a minor. by Beulah Camp, their mother and next friend, have filed their petition in the District Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas, to have the rights of majority conferred on said minors concerning contracts and real and personal property, and to authorize and empower said minors to purchase, hold, possess and control in their own person and right, and without the intervention or control of a guardian or trustee, any goods, chattels, rights, interests in lands, tenements and effects by such minors lawfully acquired or inherited, and to have full power to hold, convey and dispose of the same, and to make contracts and be subject to all the liabilities incident thereto, to sue and to be sued, and in all respects | to exercise and enjoy all rights of property and of contracts in the same manner and to the same extent as persons of the age of majority. And you are further notified that said petition will be called up for hearing and heard by the Judge of the District Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas, on Monday the 6th | day of October A JD. 1952 at ten o'clock I A.M. of said day, or as soon thereafter as the same may be called up for hearing and heard. Joan Camp, A minor. Minna Camp, A minor. By Beulah Camp, Their mother and next friend. Malcolm McNaughton, Attorney for Petitioners. (First insertion Sept. 3, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) LEGAL NOTICES In the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of John Kruppa, deceased. No. 3551 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been fiied in said court by Irene Simmons as the heir and owner of the herein described real estate, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, to-wit: Lot Nine (9) in Block Thirty-three (33) according to the recorded plat in the office of the Register of Deeds; and all other property, real and personal, or interest therein, owned by the said John Kruppa at the time of his death, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day of September, 1952, at ten o'clock A.M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Leavenworth, in Leavenworth County. Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Irene Simmons, Petitioner. Colonel H. Boone, Tom Boone, Attorneys for Petitioner, Axa Building, Leavenworth, Kansas. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Judge of the Probate Court. (First insertion Aug. 27, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) LEGAL NOTICES In the Probate court of. I-eavenworthi County. Kansas. In the matter cc the estate of Lorin G. Mullinix, deceased. No. 3555 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Paul Roberts and Phyrne Roberts, his wife, as the owners of the herein described real estate, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, to-wit: The undivided one-half interest of the North Fifty (N. 50) feet of lots numbered Twelve (12) and Thirteen (13) in Block numbered Six (6). Clark & Rees' Addition to the City of Leavenworth; and all other property, real and personal, or interest therein, owned by the said Lorin G. Mullinix at the time of his death, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day • of September, 1952, at ten o'clock A.M. NOTICE* In the probate court of LeavenworUi County, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of William Ketter. Jr. deceased. No 3569 NOTICE OF HEARING The State of Kansas- to all person* concerned: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed in said court by Josephine Ketter as the heir and owner of the herein described real estate, praying for the determination of the descent of the following described real estate, in Leavenworth County. Kansas, to-wit: An undivided one-half interest in Block numbered seven (7) Neely's Forest Addition to Leavenworth City, according to the map or plat thereof on record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said County of Leavenworth. and all other property, real and personal, or interest therein, owned by the said William Ketter, Jr. at the time of his death, and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 26th day of September, 1952, at ten o'clock of said day. in said court, in the City A.M. of said day. in said court, in, _c T *i- i_ T tv. t~i the City of Leavenworth. in Leaven- of Leavenworth, in Leavenworth County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. Paul Roberts, Phyrne Roberts, Petitioners; Colonel H. Boone. Attorney for Petitioners. Axa Building, Leavenworth, Kansas. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Judge of the Probate Court. (First insertion Aug. 27, 1952) (The Leavenworth Time? 3t) worth County Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due cours« upon said petition. Josphine Ketter Petitioner Colonel H. Boone Tom Boone Attorney for Petitioner Axa Building. Leavenworth, Kansas Attest: Kenneth Harmon Judge of the Probate Court (First insertion Sept. 3, 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 3t) Added to the faculty for the year are Mrs. Sadie Bell, Miss Joanne | Springe and Mrs. Marie Garrett. A vacancy exists in the girl's physical education department. The teacher list includes: Mrs. Genevieve Tinkler, Mrs. Elizabeth Thayer, Mrs. Yokum and Mrs. Opal Kendall, kindergarten; Mrs. Betty Waudy, Mrs. Helen Morgan, Mrs. Florence Motley and Miss Iva Fern Parson, first grade; Mrs. Rubye Bums and Mrs. Mildred Falls, second grade; Mrs. Nancy Mack, Mrs. Irene Scott and Mrs. Mary Spears, third grade; Mrs. Margaret Cochrun, Miss Margaret MacCaffrey and Miss Marjorie Schilling, fourth grade; and Miss Virginia Seymour and Mrs. Modelle Mettner, sixth grade. Junior high school teachers. are Mrs. Minnie Young and Ray Hough, seventh grade; and Mrs. Maetta Kellogg and Mrs. Rosemary Bleakley, eighth grade. Boys' physical education will be under Mr. Hough. Mrs. Antoinette Doman handles the art and music instruction. ' for the last two years. He was a| othy Lyoni special room; Mary K. member of the Michigan Avenue Methodist Church. Mr. Chupp's first marriage was on July 9, 1910, in Leavenworth to Margaret I. Sewester. She died April 8, 1942. On Aug. 7, 1945, he married Mrs. Hannah Surge of 426% Osage. Other than the widow Mr. Chupp is survived by five step-daughters, Mrs. Hazel Chandler of Atchison; Misses Virginia and Mildred Burge of 426% Osage; lief of Atchison; Mrs. Edna Sut- and Mrs. Albert Ferry of 903 Michigan; one stepson, Thomas Burge of Powell, Wyo.; three brothers, Nesvton and Gideon Chupp of Riverside, Calif., and Arthur Chupp of Washington; one sister, Mrs. Mabel Heilig of Shelby, la. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday/from the Davis Funeral Church. The Rev. Alice Sutton, pastor of the Michigan Avenue Methodist Church, Burial will be in Cemetery. will officiate. Mount Muncie CORDELL HULL IMPROVING WASHINGTON W> — The Naval Medical Center reported Wednesday that Cordell Hull is showing improvement but that his condition continues to be serious. Miller, mathematics; Helen Pearson, Latin; Thelma Pulem, mathematics; Bertha Roberts, English; A. L. Russell, mathematics; Margaret Russell, English; Nancy Seward, instrumental music; and Barbara Ann Turley, physical education. Working with Tolle at LHS will be Darrell L. Benne, vocal music; George Berentz, instrumental music; Jane Cleavinger, librarian; Merle Crawford, basketball coach and mathematics; Armer P. Daniels, mathematics; Leroy Davison, industrial arts; Asa C. Eagles, physical education and track coach; W. H. .Elliott, science; M. E. Gonser, industrial arts; Eleanor Haines, home economics; Sue Rose Harter, English and speech; Leonard Hofstra, football coach and social science; Clyde S. Johnson, commerce; Cora Kansteiner, English; Virginia Kelso, arts and crafts; Wilbur P. Kimbley, driver education; C. R. Kimerer, biology and assistant coach; Glenn E. Knight, political science; Ella Larner, Spanish; Melvin Lightcap, commerce; Harlan L. Long, journalism and English; Minniemae Maier, English; Mildred McCollum, English and bookkeeping; Fort School Continued from Page 1. In the Probate Court of Leavenworth !ounty, Kansas. In the matter of the estate of Frank !. Henderson, also known as F. B. Henderson, Deceased. No. 3542 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs, devisees, legatees and all others concerned, that on the 2nd day of September, 1952, the undersigned was by the Probate Court of Leavenworth County, Kansas duly appointed and. qualified as administrator of the estate of Frank B. Henderson, De:eased. All parties interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordinly. All demands not exhibited within nine months from the date of the first publication of this notice shall be forever barred. Dated at Leavenworth, Kansas, September 3, 1952. Lee Bond, Administrator of the estate of Frank B. Henderson, Deceased. " James N. Snyder. Attorney for Administrator. ATTEST: Kenneth Harmon, Probate Judge. 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