The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 5, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Friday, September 5, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Friday Evening, September 5,1952. Of interest to women „-. :.. . : . : . Social, Pertonal and Organizational Newt\ Helen M. Snyder, Editor, Phone 25. ship next Sunday. This Holy Sacrament should be most dear to :very Christian. Come! let us join in this holy fellowship. Please note the change in time of the Sunday School and Evening Worship. presiding. The prayer was giver by Edna Lawrences, and roll call was answered by a favorite Bible verse. The following members were present: Amy Coffin, Fanny George, Emma and Goldie Hudson, Emma and Marie Jeffries Mary Knapp, Edna Lawrence. Ruth Rose, and Alice and Jennie Zimmerman. Marie Knapp led the closing prayer, and plans were made to meet with Jennie and Alice Zimmerman Oct. 1. LOIS FARRIS, whose engage- men and forthcoming marriage to Mr. Bernard Connelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Connelly, 521 South Seventh, is announced today by her mother, Mrs. Lois Farris, 834 Ottawa. The wedding will take place Sept 27 at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. —(Norman Studio.). Family Week End Mrs. Ward Kehler, Allison Apartments, will leave tomorrow to join her brothers and sisters for a week-end visit. Making the trip with Mrs. Kehler are Mrs. Jack Miller, 709 Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Walton of Troy, Kas., Mr. Charles Walton of Atchison, and Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Osborn, Mo. They will visit Mrs. Earl Walton of Gorin, Mo. Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dickson, Lansing, honored their daughter, Gloria Gene, on her eighth birthday, Aug. 30, with a weiner roast at their home for the following guests: Cindy Dickson, Donna Dickson, David Nakata, Allan and Donald Ronnebaum, Marsha Robinson, Carol and Ellen Miller, Charles Gabrick, May Frances Finley, Sally Steed, and Janet and Gary Spivak. Student Reception Annual reception for newly arrived officers of the garrison and members of the Command and General Staff College class will be given by the commanding general, Fort Leavenworth, and the officers of the post on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7 at the post officer's club. The reception is considered as taking the place of the traditional first call and its return. Reception of new personnel will start at 4 p.m. with the receiving line forming on the terrace. In the reception line will be the following: Maj. Gen. H. I. Hodes, commanding general, and Mrs. Hodes; Col. Max S. Johnson, as- sistan commandant, C&GSC, and Mrs. Johnson; Col. Thomas B. Hedekin, chief of staff, Fort Leavenworth, and Mrs. Hedekin; Col. James W. Courts, executive for instruction, C&GSC, and Mrs. Courts; and Col. H. L. Marshall, class supervisor, C&GSC, and Mrs. Marshall. Officer personnel assigned to the post or to the college subsequent to Sept 4, 1951, will be first in the line followed by the su- dents in alphabetical category. Post shuttle bus will furnish transporation for the reception to relieve the problem of private car parking. Personals and Mrs. Ralph Earner and children have returned to their home in Lansing, Mich., after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Donoho, 312 Seneca. Teresa Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Noll, 1710 E. 23, Wichita, Kas., recenly received me rites of baptism at the Holy Savior Catholic Church in, Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Noll ofi Easton, the baby's paternal grandparents, acted as sponsors, and the Rev. Patrick Cody officiated at the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Noll and family were formerly residents of Leavenworth. Mrs. Dorothy Haeck of Kansas City, Mo., was guest speaker last evening at the Leavenworth Garden and Civic Clubs. She spoke of the many reasons for gardening, and explained methods for perpetual bloom. Colored slides of her colorful and artistically arranged garden were shown. Also on exhibit were her Ceramics, many of which were copies of her own flowers. The table setting by Mrs. John Johnson featured a breakfast table with blue and white plaid linen cloth, Fiesta pattern pottery, arid green glass tumblers. The centerpiece was of black-eyed Susans in a pottery container. It was announced that the Fal Flower Show will be Sept 29. Members voted to ask for the 1953 State Garden Club Convention to be held hi Leavenworth. At the close of the meeting the hostesses served refreshments. "And the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind." Gen.'1:11, is the text of the pastor's sermon for 11 a. m. Sunday, Sept. 7. The sermon is called "The Law of Giv- having ing and Receiving." There will be a short official board meeting following the service of worship at the church. St. Parick's Altar Society of Basehor met Sept. 3. Games were played following the business meeting, and refreshments were served by .the hostesses, Mrs Frank Turner and Mrs. Frank Reardon. The members of the Boling Canning Club held a covered dish luncheon at the Community Center, followed by the regular business meeting. Roll'call was answered with "What you like best about keeping house". The following members enjoyed progressive bunco: Mrs. Joseph Bristow, Mrs. Ray Cummins, Mrs. Gene Duffin, Mrs. A. G. English, Mrs. Merle Lamborn, Mrs. Horace Lamborn, Mrs. Edwin Lamborn, Mrs. Robert Lamborn, Mrs. Forrest Mc- !une, Mrs. Leonard Reu, Mrs. Fred Sloan, Mrs. John Stalter, Mrs. Jack Starns, Mrs. Edna Seymour, Mrs. Florence Walden, Miss Hattie Zimmerman, and Mrs. Ralph Faulkner. Religious Services At Rural Churches THE EASTON METHODIST CHURCH John Hodge, Minister Mr. Adolph Sass, Superintendent Mr. Albert Hobinson, Assist. Supt. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship v at 11:00 a. m. Holy Communion. The Sacrament of the Holy Communion will be served during the morning worship next Sunday. With the advent of the Autumn activities there is always the danger of becoming so involved in such that we neglect God. Let us hear the admonition of the Lord: "Be still, and know that I am God. "Enter ye into my Sanctuary with praise and thanksgiving." THE POTTER C02ffivIUNITY CHURCH John Hodge, Minister Mr. James Pennington. Supt. Mrs. Eoy Kilgore. Assist Supt Sunday School at 7:00 p. m. Evening worship at 8:00 p. m. Holy Communion. The Holy Communion will be served during the Evening Wor- THE ROUND PRAIRIE COMMUNITY CHURCH John Hodge, Minister Mr. James Pennington. Supt Mr. John Fisher, Assist. Supt Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. The next Morning Worship will be held at 11:00 a. m., Sept. 14. The Sacrament of the Holy Communion will be served during the Morning Worship on September 14. "They that wait upon the Lord, shall inherit the earth." KICKAPOO METHODIST CHURCH Blake Mitchell, Pastor W. J. Adams, Supt. LANSING METHODIST'CHURCH Randolph i. King, Minister. Claude Humphreys, S. S. Supt. Mrs. Luther Stafford, choir director Sunday School at 10 a. m. Church services at 11:10 a. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend these services. THE BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH OF LANSING Harlan E. Spurgeon. Pastor. Eugene Hines, Superintendent 10:00 a. m.—Sunday School. Lesson Topic: "David's Spiritual Growth" Scripture: 2 Samuel 11: 2-12:23; 15:24-26; 18-5, 31-33; 19: 1-6; 24:18-25. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship. The pastor's sermon topic will be 'Christian Accomplishment". His text is the second chapter of Nehemiah. 5:30 p. m.—The pastor's personal conference hour. 6:30 p. m.—The Fellowship Hour. All young people and young adults are invited. i 7:30 p. m.—Worship at Eventide. The pastor's sermon topic will be "Down to Earth Religion". The religious film "Go Forth" will be shown immediately after the ser- ice. All are invited to attend. week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kiernan. Albert W. Noll, who has been in poor health for some time, is not so well. Mrs. Allie Doman is quite poorly. Miss Florence Sloop, student nurse has been visiting at the home of her parents. Florence has spent the past several months training in a St. Louis hospital. The school at Mooney Creek op- ened'Monday for lesson assignments. Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Noll Jr. is carrying his arm in a sling, the result of a fall from the swing and breaking an arm. The free picture shows sponsored by the merchants in Winchester have ended for this season. The shows" were welll.attended and it is hoped there willl be more shows next summer. Misss Doris Noll went to work in Atchison last week for the Commerce Acceptance Co., where her sister Nina has been employed for some time. Nina and Doris are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Noll. Mr. and Mrs. George Lockhart and children of Heyworth, HI. have been visiting at the home of her, parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Robertson. The George Shade family have moved into the house vacated Lester Noll and family. The Ellerman Homemakers unitj met last Thursday with Mrs. Evelyn Noll. Owing to the absence of the president and vice president, there was no roll call or business meeting. Nine dozen cancer dressings were made and will be sent to Oskaloosa. The surprise package was won by Dorothy Noll and Miss Helen Noll won the recreation prize. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Miriam Kaighen Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gibson of Haven have been visiting here at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Jaedicke of Kansas City announce the birth of a daughter Aug. 23. Donald Eugene Stewart, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stewart, has received his commission as 2nd Lieutenant in the Army, at the close of a six week summer camp at Fort Bliss, Tex. Miss Helen Doman of Kansas City spent the week end and Labor Day here at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Doman. Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Lee and daughters of Wichita were recent guests here at the Herb Boyd home. Mrs. Marie Templeton, wKo was called here several weeeks ago by Chester High School. Jans it m freshman. Mrs. Frank Domann has beeen a patient the past week in Atchison hospital. The Winchester ball team was efeated Sunday afternoon by Mooney Creek boys at Mooney Creek. Richard, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Domann, was struck on the head by a swing while playing at school, Wednesday at Moon'ey Creeek. He was taken to a doctor and four stitches were taken. Roy Dale Mulvaney of the U.S. Navy, San Diego, Calif., who was home on a nine day leave, has returned to California where he expects to leave on a ship. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Barnard have returned from a visit with relatives in Wisconsin.. Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Barnett of Kansas City, Mo. announce the birth of a daughter Ruth Ann Aug. 17. Mrs. Barnett taught music in the Winchester schools last term. Mrs. Lester NoE has been helping care for her mother Mrs. Roy Anderson who is very ill at her home in Nortonville. was a recent visitor here with -his mother Mrs. Carrie Kinney. Misss Margie Draper, Mr. and tfrs. Bill Boutes and daughter Ei- een of Springfield, Ohio, were week-end guests at the home of and Mrs. George Shade. Miss Margie Draper is a niece of Mrs. Shade. the death of her father Argyle' Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Draggo of Tippin, has returned to her "home Lincoln, Mo., were recent visitors in Nebraska. The Home makers Club will meet Sept. 4 with Mrs. Lola Gibby son. Mrs. Hattie Thompson has been in Bethany Hospital in Kansas City for treatment. Jane Shade is attending Win- here with her mother Mrs. Edith Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baker and children have returned to their home in Wichita after a visit here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Noll and other relatives. Delmer Kinney of St. Louis, Mo. XYLON ARMOR FOR VEHICLES KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya Iff)— Military authorities in Malaya are considering the use of nylon armor on vehicles, a spokesman at army headquarers disclosed. v Nylon armor, reportedly used with effect in Korea, was not strictly bullet-proof, he said. A bullet fired at short range would go right through it. "However,' 1 he said, "we think t may be possible to usefully era-! ploy it as a means of armoring vehicles. Because of its greater: flexibility it may be possible to use several thicknesses of it to provide an armor canopy toe • vehicle." He said nylon armor was designed primarily to giv protection against shell spliners. The decay of adult teeth is due to organisms which gain -entrance to the tiny crevices \vhich are always present when the enamel plates are joined. ANTIQUES See our display of Glass! •Daisy and Button •Amber, Blue, Crystal •Vaseline •Plates, 10-In., 7H in. •Goblets, Wines. •Colored Glass for your Rainbow Window NATION'S Lansing, Kas. So. ol Leav. on Hiwys. 7 and 73. Phone Lansing 276 "Operator, Give Me 674" Yes, many families call us regularly for they know that they'll get the highest quality dry cleaning every time. Why don't YOU call us next time you have a bundle? Clark's Fifth Avenue Cleaners Prompt Pickup and Delivery On Our 3-Day Service 5th Ave. & Spruce Phone 671 In by 9, Out by 5! Try Our 1-Day Special Service— ST MARTIN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH WaUula Chaplain Edwin E. Berner, Pastor. Services at 9:45. Sunday School after the Service. We invite you to worship with us.-I TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH !| McLOUTH Chaplain Edwin E. Berner, Pastor Services Sunday at 2 p. m. Sunday School after the service. Itome and worship with us. Winchistir f nor* Noll In the amateur show at the old Settlers picnic at Oskaloosa Helen and Amy Tucking, little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Tucking won the prize of $15. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tucking are the girls grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baker of Los Angeles Calif, have been recent guests at the Bernard Reser lome. Eddie Whitmill of Kansas City is recovering from a light attack of polio. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kiernan. His mother will be remembered here as Edna Kiernan. Mrs. Wilma Thompson, who is a polio victim in the St. Anthony Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., is improving and has been removed :rom the iron lung into a respirator. Wilma is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Houston who lives west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sieben and family of Kansas City spent the Mrs. C. D. Williams of Van Nuys, Calif M is the guest of her sister, Miss Myrtle Coon, lOSVz South Fifth. Mrs. Williams, formerly Miss Mattie Coon, will spend several weeks in Leavenworth visiting with friends and relatives. Organizations $1.00 Puts In Your Home For A Week's Trial ^~^~s- —-s_ Only Dryer with POW-R-VENT System that Banishes Hot Air and Moisture : : : keeps room temperature comfortable yet gtfc washing completely dry and fluffy-soft; The Leavenworth Junior Garden and Nature Club will meet Saturday, Sept. 6, at the City Hall at 2:30 p.m. The program will be "Flower Arranging", and each member is asked to bring a small bowl and pin-type frog. Plans will be made for the Fall Flower Show, and every member is urged to attend. Roll call willjl be answered by naming a nesting material used by birds. The All-Hew BENDIX DRYER With POW-R-VIHT The Ladies' Home Mission Society of Springdale met at t h e home of Mrs. C. C. Jeffries, Sept. 3, witb Mrs. K. Hudson, President, Electric and gas models available. 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