The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 13
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 13

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
Page 13
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House Group Ready To CaU In McGrath WASHINGTON (Si — A House investigation of the Justice Department had an open date — Thursday but Chairman Chelf (D- Ky) announced its next star wit- nessss will be former Atty-Gen. J. Howard McGrath. McGrath, who was fired by President Truman shortly after his first appearance before the committee last spring, is slated to appear on Sept 15 in public session. Meanwhile, the committee planned to continue a closed-door session with T. Lamar Caudle; ousted by Truman from his post as assistant attorney general last November. The next huddle with the Wadesboro, N. C., lawyer who once headed the government's criminal and tax prosecuting agencies will take place Friday. Caudle indicated in an executive sesssion on Tuesday that he has a lot of information to pass on to the probers. And it is expected he will be quizzed about the committee's latest exposure: The case of a government attorney getting a "gift" of $750 from a law firm in 1947 after a government case was dropped against the Carnal' i Milk Co. Buffalo, N. Y. Caudle was chief of the criminal division at ":e time. James A. Mullally, \vhose resignation came quickly last month after he was suspended fron his criminal division post, testified he received 5750 from Gordon L. Eakle, a former departmental colleague who quit in 1946 to enter private practice. It wasn't a fee and it wasn't compensation "because I did nothing to earn it," Mullally told the committee. • Dearborn Mrs. W A. Mrs. Robert Kyle and infant • daughter returned to their home Friday. They left the hospital Monday and visited a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jameson. THEY'RE BEAUTIES — Kay Ann Goforth, left, and Connie Wray Hopping show where they hail from as they exhibit banners identifying them as contestants in the Miss America competition in Atlantic City, N.J. — (Telephoto) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook of Kansas City were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Sanders and Miss Ethel Kirkm an. Pvt. Robert Stalder, who has been stationed in Texas, is visiting home folks for a few days. He will leave soon for Fort Laughton, Wash, and from there will go to Korea. Rev. Dimmitt of Manhattan, Kas. visited over night at the Maples Hotel Saturday. He preached at the Chris dan Church Sunday morning. Mrs. Will Dooley went to'Platte City Sunday to take one o'clock dinner with Mrs. Louise Hull, Lee C. Jr. and Jim Wells. In the afternoon they went to Leavenworth. Funeral service for Charles H. Hines 69 of Agency was held at the Frazier Baptist Church Sun- daay afternoon. Burial was in the No. 6 cemetery. He died Friday in a hospital in St. Joesph. He is survived by three sisters and one brother. Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Morrison of King City visited her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Davis Sunday afternoon. A number from Dearborn and vicinity went to St. Joseph to attend the Maget-Brown family reunion at Hyde Park. There was a large crowd present. Miss Mary Singer, who took a summer course at the State Teachers College, Maryville, is spending a little time at her home here. Miss Singer will teach at Camden Point. The smoke house belonging to Mrs. Will Estes caught fire Friday afternoon and burned to the ground. Several hams belonging to Mrs. Estes and some owned by her son, Ellis Estes were burned. No one knows the cause of the fire. A meeting of Fidelity Chapter of the O.E.S. will be Wednesday evening at the Masonic hall. This will be the first meeting since it is the custom of this chapter to discontinue meetings during July; and August. There was a splendid attendance at tile monthly business meeting at the Baptist Church Monday evening. Dr. Joseph Clapp of Liberty, pastor of the church was present. The Adkins family reunion was held at Hyde Park, St. Joseph Sunday. There was a large crowd of relatives and friends present. Dinner was spread under the trees at noon. Mrs. Roy Kenrick of New York is visiting Mrs. Evert Duncan, Mr. Duncan, Mrs. Charles Ferril and daughter in St. Joseph and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Moore of Muncie, Ind. visited friends near here recently. Mrs. Anna Gabbert of Painsville, who has been visiting Smith Gabbert and Mildred has gone to St. Joseph to visit relati% r es. . ! Mrs. Ruth Norris went to visit her aunt, Miss Janie Johnson near Faucett Friday afternoon. Miss Janie has not been well for some: time. | Mrs. Lamar Ussary, who recently had her tonsils removed at the Missouri Methodist Hospital in St. Joseph, is improving nicely. ; Mr. and Mrs. Cash Bartimus and daughter Jerry Ann, who have been visiting relatives in Faucett havfe returned to their home inj Colorado. j Several from this community! went to Halleck last week to at-| tend the Platte-Lexington Presby-| tery of the Cumberland Presby-: terian Churches. | Mrs. Etta Taylor, who has been visiting relatives near here, has| returned to her home in Wichita, Kas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jameson were recent visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Asher in Smithville. Word was received here that Thomas Albert Curd, 70, died Tuesday at the home of his brother James in Gower. Service was Thursday at No. 6 school house. The Rev. A. R. Edlund officiated. Burial was in No 6 cemetery. He is survived by one brother and one sister. The food committee of ladies of the Baptist Church held a meeting at the home of Mrs. Lena Nower Thursday evening. A number of women and men will meet at the home of Dr. S. L. Durham Monday and dress chickens to be served at the Fox Hunt Meet ceived word that Thomas Bucking-! Klamm returned to-their homes ham passed away at Pasadena, I Sunday evening from a. very en- Calif. Burial will be in Pasadena jjoyable fishing trip in Canada. and later the body will be brought to St. Joseph for reburial. Mrs. Buckingham formerly was Miss Fanny Faucett of Faucett. She is a sister of Mrs. Farris. MISS JOANN HAMMOND will teach six classes of art in Leavenworth Junior High School. Miss Hammond, whose home is in Neosho, Mo., attended Joplin Junior College, Joplin, Mo., Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg, and took a graduate art course this summer at the University of Kansas. She holds a bachelor of science in education degree from Pittsburg. This is her first year of teaching and she will live at 232 Third Avenue. Miss Hammond is a member of. Theta Alpha Phi, national dramatics fraternity, the Tau chapter of Kappa Pi, art fraternity, and Psi Chi, psychology fraternity. which will be held from Wednesday including Saturday. The members of the Baptist Church will serve meals three times daily at the meet. Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Marsh FairmoHRt and daughter and daughters returned from Savannah Thursday evening to visit over night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Ferril. Saturday they left for their home in Mississippi. Friends here are delighted that] Elmer Cheever of Leavemvorth, who fell off a tractor a short time ago and broke his leg is feeling better. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haggard, who went to Odessa to attend funeral service for his father, have returned to their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ray attended a farm bureau picnic Wednesday evening at Sunset Inn north of here. Mrs. Lee Wilson has returned home from a visit with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wilson and son in St. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farris re- ltab«I U. raultawr Mi-, and Mrs. Orville Edmonds, RR 3, announce the birth of their son Aug. 29 at Gushing Memorial Hospital, Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Edmonds, RR 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Vigus of Jarbalo are the paternal and maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkerson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reisner, all of Lawrence, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkerson and daughter Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ryan Sr. and their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ryan and daughter of Kansas City accompanied Mrs. Ryan's father, John Boehne to his home at Guymore, Okla. Mr. Boehne had been visiting his daughter and grandchildren the past two weeks. Mrs. Verne Ohler and two. little grandsons, Buddy and Johnny VanTuyl were the luncheon guests Wednesday of Miss Kay Gordon in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Marian Haynes of Oklahoma City, Okla., announced the birth of their daughter Friday Aug. 29. Mrs. Haynes formerly of this community was Miss Doris Kenton, daughter of the late Arthur Kenton and Mrs. Kenton, who now resides in Lawrence. Alvin Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Young, recently was inducted in the armed service and is temporarily stationed a Camp Crowder, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Walden, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hein and Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Seeman and children Jimmie and Marilyn were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Seeman at Wei- born. Miss Ruth Robker, Lawrence, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Robker during the summer, returned this week to resume her position at Hercules Sunflower at DeSoto. Miss Robker was on a three months leave of absence during her mother's illness. Mrs. Rose Duffey, Logan, Utah, arrived this week to be the guest of her brothers and their families Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klamm and Mr. and Mrs. Will Klamm. Mrs Duffey is en route to North Carolina to be the guests of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fillmore. Mrs. Verne Ohler and daughter Mrs. Gerry VanTuyl and sons Buddy and Johnny, were the holiday guests of Mrs. Ohler's father, Mr. Spencer at El Reno, Okla., and also her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer, Hennesy, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, RR 2 Tonganoxie, announce the birth of their son Aug. 29 at Gushing Memorial Hospital in Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ed- STORE COAL N 0 W ! Famous Bluebird Semi-Anthracite . . . smokeless . . . chock full of heat . . . low in ash . . . non-clink. BUY BEFORE THE RISE! STUDDARD Coal, Ice & Transfer 780 Seneca Phone 787 When you're in need of Silverware See POGGEMEVER'S 1847 Rogers Bros. Wm. Rogers & Son Holmes & Edwards Community Plate Tudor Plate 201 So. 5th St. LOANS Clothing and Books Come in tomorrow! We'll be glad to show you how you can secure cash to outfit your children for school. 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Miss- Roselea Edmonds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Edmonds, will leave this week to enter the Kansas State College at Manhattan. Miss Edmonds will enroll in the art and science courses. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Theno vis- ited during the holiday with relatives at Howard. Mr. and Mrs: James Boyer were guests during the week of Mrs. Boyer's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McPherson in t h e Hazel Ridge community. Mrs. Shirley Hicks and daughter Karen returned to Ottawa having been the guests during the summer of Mrs. Hicks' parents Mr and Mrs. Arthur Klamm. Mrs. Hicks is on the teaching staff in the art department at Junior high school at Ottawa. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Will Florence Sr. and Charles Florence were Mi-, and Mrs. Will Florence Jr. of Leavenworth, Mr. and Mrs. Bullard of Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stiglmire and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Florence and children of Basehor. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metzger of Tonganoxie were guests Suneiay of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Faulkner. Mr. and, Mrs. Metzger visited in the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Metzger of .Kansas. City. Mr. and Mrs. k Clarence Boyer of Bonner Springs' recesntly visited their father, James Boyer and Mrs. Boyer. Mrs. Robert Phillips and baby son returned during the week to their home having been patients at Gushing Memorial Hospital, Leavenworth. SUBSCRIBE FOH THE TIMES Seagram's 7 Crown. Blended Whiskey. 86.8 Proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirits. Seagram-Distillers Corp., N. Y. ELECTRIC SERVICE . . . STILL THE CHEAPEST ITEM IN THE FAMItr BUDCETf IS CLEAN, FAST, COOL AND ECONOMICAL! toys MRS. MATTHEW KENNEDY OF LEAVENWORTH "Our electric range with its automatic oven is a real tim« saver. With three small children in our family this is important," «ays Mrs. Kennedy. "Ifs clean, fast, cool and economical." Electric cooking saves time and money. 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