The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 6
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THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 4,1952. ponsor a boot exchange for stu- ens under the direction of Mrs. Ernest Wolfe. Books will be accepted and sold on the following days: Sept 5, Sept. 8, Sept. 9 and Sept. 10. The- exchange will be icld in the auditorium. All books o be sold should have the student's name and address together vith the selling price on the fly- eaf. V. F. VV. Post and Auxiliary party, Friday night, V. F. W. lome, 519 Cherokee:—(Adv.) Second Lt. Dan Howard, whose wife Sheila lives • at RR 1, Bonner Springs, is serving in France with the European Command Communications zone in the signal division. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius S.-.Howaritz, also of Bonner Springs. Rodenburg Grocery, 501 N, 4th, open 'til 10 every night.— (Adv.) The Rotary Club saw a movie yesterday noon at its weekly meeting. Guests were Christopher Sanderson, England, son of Col. anc Mrs. Jack Sanderson, Fort Leav- enworh; Col. George Johnson, Capt. John Vallaster and Capt L. B. Allen, Fort Leavenworth, and Amos Galloway, enne. 944 Chey- Bingo, Teen Town, 620 Pottawatomie, Thurs., Sept. 4th, 1952, 8 P.M. Public invited.—(Adv.) "Been dove shooting yet?' Shields asked at Jake's. Yes, we said, we went out Monday, shot up a box of shells and got three "You did all right," Shields said He went on, "Up there at the reservoir it sounds like the Fifth Army, late in the afternoon. You can't walk without stepping on a dove shooter. Shooting every which way. The best place I know is, you go out 92, and..." Howard Tolle, principal at Leavenworth High School, would like to make it clear that all students who will attend LHS this year must enrol) Friday. The office a the high school will be open from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:15, to 3:15 p.m. Hot spiced jumbo shrimp, friec catfish sandwiches, every Friday right. The Esplanade, 312 N. 2nd —(Adv.) On the fourth day of September 3882, some 400 lamps were lightec from Edison's first central powe station at 255-57 Pearl Street, Nev York. This was the first commer cial electric lighting, says' our al inanac. North'Broadway school PTA will Open under new management, The Circlette Salon of Beauty. Call 4105 for appointment.—(Adv.) Three divorces were filed in district court yesterday: Clarence Allen, RR Vaughnita; Airman Second Class William F. Hildebrandt, formerly of 3 0 5 Cickapoo, is assigned to the 581st Resupply and Communications Group, Thirteenth Air. Force in the Philippines following a transfer 'rom the Mountain Home. Idaho, \\r Force Base. A graduate of ^eavenworth High School, Hildebrandt joined the Air Force in August. 1951 and received basic training at Lackland and Sheppard Bases in Texas. He is the Brother of Mrs. Geraldine H. Cross, 413 Ottawa; and Mrs. Erna S. Hill, 402 Ottawa. Robert Alonzo Han morning was in city jail after being booked last night on charges of -petty larceny and being drunk. Hammond was arrested at 1 a.m. today at Paul's Cafe, after he reportedly had made a "raid on the cafe's icebox in the rear. Patrolmen Bill Alford and Lewis Fair- iiurst said they found Hammonc 2, Leavenworth, vs Robert Holt, Fort Lcavenworth, vs Ruth, and Barbara Blair vs Robert B. Blair, 142 Kingman. A divorce was granted yesterday to Leona Houseworth from Elmer LeRoy Houseworth, no street address, Leavenworth. Mrs. Houseworth was given custody of their child. Lela Anders, 919 Osage, paid 5125 in fines into the county kitty for drunk driving and carrying unsealed liquor in her car. The sheriff's force picked her up yesterday and he just had discovered it was missing. If you don't get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. at the women's She had driven industrial into the farm, place at the icebox from where he had purloined several raw hamburgers, a quantity of cheese and a part bottle of milk. A quart of had been spilled on the earlier and the sheriff was notified, but she drove away. Then she returned, seeking the farm's comfort station, and mat was her downfall. Paper drive Sat., Sept. 6, by- Lansing High School Band. For pick-up phone Lansing 281.—(Adv) The Kansas City Star ran a Iis1 of "leading American newspapers" showing their subscription them with won'1 quarrel with The Star's hike— their rates are still too low—bm we didn't like to be left off that list. Farley Mri. Glen Brunei daughter from Oklahoma City, Mr. I Leavenworth, Mr. and Mrs. Al.eral days visit with her parents and Mrs. William Wills and Helen from Platte City. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Milsap of Mt. Vernon are the parents of a daughter born Friday at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. Mrs. Milsap will be remembered as Bonnie Jean Copeland of this community. Mrs. Verda Copeland is the maternal grandmother. The babys' name is Sandra Lynn. Those who enjoyed a surprise birthday dinner Sunday for Fritz Stratmeyer at his home were:Mr. Wetterman from Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bond and boys, Mrs. Lizzie Robker, Mrs. Louise Kisker, Mrs. Sophia Kisker and Norma. Those who attended the fifth Sunday meeting at the Christian Church at Second Creek were, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Kamphefner, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Branstetter, Mr. and Mrs. Byran Jewett, Mrs. Myrtle Porter, Mrs. Roily Kamphefner and Connie. Mrs. James Farley and Susie in-Illinois. 5 S. Sgt Harold Hendrix, now stationed at Mountain Home, Ida., will leave for Tripoli about the middle of this month. Sirs. Ernest Forback and daugh- tern from Lansing visited Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. E. .-Fank- and Mrs. Mabel Everly. ferbert Stratmeyer came from Moines Saturday and is now fployed at the Farley State Bank. and Mrs. Henry Robker and Diana, returned home Monday after sev- cream floor. Berber's open from 9 A.M.'. till 9 P.M. on Mondays.—(Adv.)i( Henry Werner, 500 South. Ninth, yesterday afternoon reported to the police department that a chest of carpenter tools had been taken from his car, parked in the 200 block of Delaware! Later police received, a report that the tools had been found in a weed patch near the alley in the rear of 224 Delaware. The tools were returned to the owner. John Brushwood, 121 North Third, last night was arrested by Patrolmen Ken Barnett and Fred Barthel and booked on a speeding charge. He was released on a $10 cash bond. Wadsworth, Grover C. Oswalt, at 2 a.m. today was arrested at 322 Cherokee and booked on -charges of intoxication and peace disturbance. George D. M. DeSaint, Fort Leavenworth, charged with speeding, failed to appear yesterday afternoon in police court and a 55 bond was forfeited. Howard Wilson School is holding a book exchange under PTA sponsorship. Students may bring text- aooks on Sept. 5 when they register. Sale of the books will extend through Tuesday, Sept. 9. Help wanted—truck driver. Ph. 127, Henry Last Food Mkt—(Adv.) The first layer of asphalt surfacing was being put on Fourth between Delaware and Cherokee today. It looked like the workmen would probably be through by noon. Pedestrians were having quite a time trying to avoid the oil. Motorists were paying no attention to the traffic light on Delaware causing pedestrians to have to jump to get out of the way. Maj. Gen. Henry I. Hodes, commanding officer at Fort Leavenworth, was a visitor in the mayor's office this morning. John Fleshman, 769 Olive, this morning reported to the police department the theft of a firearm. He described the weapon as a 3220 Colt pistol in a brown holster. He said the gun was taken from his home within the last two weeks Miss WUladean Cannon attended a personal shower honoring Miss Harriet Sill Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ethel Meerpohl in Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hoy and daughters Sally and Nancy from Springfield visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Byran Jewett. Miss Donna Kamphefner visitec Sunday and Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Tobner in Kansas City. Several from here attended the funeral of Daves Larrison Monday afternoon at Weston. Mrs. Clara Oberdiek, Mrs. Jack House and children from Kansas City were visitors at the Pete Neiman home Monday. Miss Betty McCardie returned to her work in Kansas City Monday after enjoying two weeks' vacation | with home folks. Rev. and Mrs. John Philbrick left Friday for Boston, Mass, to attend a church convention. Rev. Philbrick is pastor at the Community Church here. Donald Hendrix and Ronnie Bond went to Des Moines by plane Friday morning to visit Herbert Stratmeyer and attended the fair at Des Moines. There wjas a good attendance at the supper Friday in the school yard sponsored by the members FOWLER'S GROCERY 5th and Fottawatomie Sts. Phone 103 BEEF or VEAL - 89* ROUND STEAK - T-Bone, Sirloin or • VEAL CHOPS -79* CHUCK ROAST -590 Beef Standing Rib Roast l: 690 Crescent SLICED BACON -39* 47* of the Y.f.F. Mrs. LlR. Porter, Sarah and Sammy viiited Mr. and Mrs. Tom-'J my Hevaknv in Kansas City Thursday night. Supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Cannon Sun-|| day were Mrs. Goldie Link and I White Crest Flour 5 Mother Goose Coffee 1 F A B Blue or Red Label KARO SYRUP Lb. Bag Bag Pkg. 270 Btl. USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIED LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE MURRAY, 'Utah (Jl—Lightning struck a fuse box at the Ralph F. Smith home and the family was without hot water for several days." A week later, lightning struck a transformer, sizzled down a power line and out the kitchen stove. 'Flames shot out about two feet into the room," said Mrs. Smith. This time the Smiths not only were without hot water but power was also cut off from the lights, radio and television set. «"\bi Don'f Run. • but first chance you h ™ COME IN and SEE the Remarkable UlRRln Circulator GAS "yTE R A. G. A. Approved The WARM MORNING has a lot of splendid features we want to show you. See it soon I You won't blame iis for being enthusiastic once you see this new and different WARM. MORNING Gas Circulator. When you see its beauty and know what^an abundance of clean, comforting •warmth it produces at low cost .. . well, we believe you'E agree h is remarkable ... . "tops" for tmall home heating! The Heater With That "Exfro Reserve* \ For Cold Vtvaiher Parformonee. Buy on easy terms! Small down payment, bank-Iik* rates! THE MEYER APPLIANCE CO. In National Hotel Building 217 So. 4th Phone 1 SH/»wNE : 6j|^8ftOA;Dw/w ~ DELIVERY ONE 530 , Prices Are Born Here—Raised Elsewhere! TIDE-. r69 Every Day Low Price Tide, Duz, Cheer, Oxydol -r 280 HY-ZERT New Low Calorie Frozen Dessert— 2 Qt. Pkg. It's Delicious! 59 Large, Sweet Beauties Cantaloupes.. 2-29' OLEO12-41' Hy-KIas COTTAGE CHEESE «,. 190 Golden Crust Giant Bell GREEN Select Yellow Red No. 1 Fresh Green Fresh Ripe BREAD 2 16-0*. Loaves COFFEE Famous Folger's 2 LI). ( 6 "• 25* ONIONS 3 25' POTATOES 10-59* LI). TOMATOES 3 29* SELF-SERVIC SHOP THE Modern Way MIRACLE WHIP Quart Jar 490 SUGAR 10 S1.05 C & H Cane ICE CREAM Vanilla, Choc., Strawberry i/ 2 .Gal. You See! You Select! You Save! EATS PORK ROAST. 49 MINCED HAM •• 69 GROUND BEEF. 49 C Lean Streaked Fresh Side " 39* H&G WHITING " Rib Cuts Boiling Beef' 27* Crescent Sliced BACON — - 45* We Have Kan-Sun New Low Calorie "SLIM" CORN FLAKES Kellogg's Lge. Box \ All 5c Wrigley GUM 3 PI**. lOc CU/CCT DIf&f I EC Summer Girl Qt. jWttl rlll\LC5 Wh ole Jar Mot ™ PEACHES KIDNEY BEANS RED BEANS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE n L Lee Can 303 Cans 2 303 ffl p Cans Ll C Lee 46-pz. OC«» .... Can *3t Cans NOW COMES MOTHER'S VACATION! AS CLOSE TO A VACATION AS SHE EVER GETS! Sit down a few minutes, Mother, and catch your breath. It was nice having the youngsters home — but what vitality! Good signs, yes. But a bit trying at times. Strong healthy bodies are your reward for countless hours of meal planning and preparation. We're proud of th« part our foods have played in your family's health and happiness. Here's o few good hunches for delightful School lunches : Nu-Tast Spread Cheese 79 Lee SHOESTRING POTATOES N °c4*24c Lee White LEE CHILI B™ LEETAMALES CRACKERS MARSHMALLOWS Ii: S19c Lee Self-Rising PANCAKE FLOUR 3 S 37c / Little Jack DOG FOOD 3cans29c - for every occasion 4 Sunshine Krispy 23c 25c American Beauty Mac. or Spaghetti 23c TOMATO JUICE Lee, Firmer 46-oz. QC*» Flavor Can vDC Carnation Por29C CeDo,^/C S SUNKIST ORANGES . 2 49c California Delight—ideal for the Kiddies' lunches! A Lb. i>aururnia uetigni— CARROTS Lunch Box Size! PORK ROAST E BU« L,59c SLICED BACON SL Lb 67c RING BOLONGA^ Lb 65c BOILED HAM ^. 68c OLEOMARGARINE ,3k MILK IDC Can Mother Goose Pink Lb. .... Can SALMON Summer Girl PEARS Summer Girl Halves No. 2% .. Can 49c 42c Large clusters of California fruit— Doz. 2 Lbs 29c RED GRAPES Large, Mountain-grown heads! ^J CAULIFLOWER M 25c H , n d, Locations Hafhorn's Ideal Grocery Broadway and Ohio Phone 280 Herrig Grocery 8th and Osage Sts. Phone 697 W. G. Schreiber Grocery 12th and Ottawa Phone 48 Woodson Grocery Phone No. 303 Lansing, Kas. John Cross Grocery 700 So. 5th St. Phone 3516 Henry Last Food Market 813 Cherokee Phone 127 Leo's Food Market 1118 Spruce St. Phone 1556 Aiig Grocery 951 Pennsylvania Phone 528

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