Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Monday Evening, September 8,1952. Of interest to women \tu ... ..;:« . Social, Per$onal and Organisational Neu>$ Helen M. Snyder, Editor, Phone 25. HONORED GUESTS, pictured above, are Wayne George SwokowsH, son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Swoko- wsM, 1107 Grand, who was one year old Friday, and his uncle, Howard Neil Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones, 1113 Ironmoulders, who was three years old Sept. 3. They celebrated their birthdays Saturday at the Jones' home.—(Star Studio.) Ragland-Thompson Miss Glenda Ragland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ragland o Winchester, and Mi-. Dale Thomp son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Thompson of Easton, were mar lied at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30 at the Methodist Church. The Rev. John Hodge officiated The bride wore a light brown sui with dark brown accessories and a corsage of red roses. Miss Betty Jo Thompson, of Easton, maid of honor, wore a sui of navy blue with blue and white accesssories. Her corsage was also of red roses. Mr. Edward Leu, of Valley Falls was best man. A wedding dance was held a Jacquots near Easton in the evening following the wedding. After a short trip to the Ozarks the young couple will be at home near Easton. Miss Oilman Weds Mrs. Eugene Allen, 331 Walnut, has returned from Springfield, Mo. where she was matron of honor a the wedding of her sister, Mis Pauline Oilman, daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. A. Adams, to Mr. Car Webb Freed. The marriage tool place at the South Street Christian Church, and The Rev. George I Myers officiated. Miss Gilman made her home in Leavenworth until two years ago. Annual Kansas Picnic On Sunday, Aug. 24, former Kan sas residents gathered at Auburn Park, auburn, Wash, for their twelth annual picnic, with 69 attending. Following dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Max Flinner entertained the group by showing the movies they took in Europe last year. Honored guests at the picnic were: Mr. and Mrs. Forrest TrackweU, Seattle, Wash, former- of Wisconsin and Kansas; Maude Black, Kansas City, Kansas Mr. and Mrs. George Stainer of Bremerton, Wash, formerly of Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Coates and daughters, Carolyn and Delores of Seattle, Wash, formerly Leavenworth, Kansas: Am USED CARS 1951 KAISER 19,000 miles. 1949 KAISER Beige color. 1948 PONTIAC Convertible. 1947 CHEVROLET Coupe. 1947 FORD Special Deluxe. 1946 BUICK Excellent contition. 1946 DODGE Equipped. Kellison Kaiser-Frazer 106 So. Bdivy. Phone 302 Mr. and Mrs. Max. Flinner, Leay- enworih, Kansas. Others who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grafe and sons, Dean and Don, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Klinkenberg and Jill, Mrs. Calvin Stonack and daughter- Sherry, Terry, and Peggy; Bill Seehm, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stonack and daughters Carol and Pat, (Mrs. James Berto) Seattle, Wash.: Mrs. Mollie Stonack and Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Stonack, Kent, Wash.: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher, Auburn, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seifert, Mr. and Mrs. P.G. Clay, Mr. and Mrs. Ra Willis, Mr. and Mrs. A.P. Coillier, Mrs. Nina Ittner, Mrs. Mabel Beatie, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smoots and children, Judy and Johnny, and Mr. arid Mrs. W.A. Wilson and son, Tacoma, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ittner, Naomi Clark and son John, Spanaway, Wash.; Mrs. Nels Swanson, Morton, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kurd, Stunner, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Aurthur Berhardt and children Larry, Ann, John and Mrs. Albert Bernhardt, Yakima, Wash.; M. and Mrs. Evan Johnson and son Mike, Black Diamond, Wash. Personals Mr. and Mrs. John Will Sr., 627 Miami, have as their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Will of Yonkers, N. Y., and Mrs. Bertha Herlihy of Roxbury, Mass. Mrs. Hester Ohlhausen, who underwent surgery at Research Hos- The Lansing Community Club will meet Tuesday for a covered dish luncheon at noon at the home of Mrs. Emma Moser. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Dorothy Linaweaver, Mrs. Mary Walker, Mrs. Mabel Campbell, and Mrs. Agnes Kendall. VALERIE JANE WILLIAMS, w h o today celebrated her fourth birthday with a party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Williams, 918 Pottawatomie. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Williams, 320 South llth, and Miss Emma and Miss Grace Reiser, 328 Grand, are her great aunts. (Norman Studio) pital, Kansas City, Mo., has returned to her home on RR 1. Mrs. John T. Olive Sr., 713 Columbia, is undergoing treatment at the Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minn., and is at present in Worrall Hospital in Rochester. Delaware, has completed her studies at Bethany Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., and this morning became a member of the staff of Gushing Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kottman and children, Carol Ann and Clar- The Basehor Home Demonstration Unit held its September meeting at the home of Mrs. Pauline Nance, with Mrs. Ruth Jensen as assisting hostess. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Dorothy Northern, Mrs. Alice Roth, and Mrs. Clara Stephenson. An interesting lesson on "Slip Covers" was given by Betty McClurg, Frances Woods, and Mary Peterson, and bingo was played during the afternoon, followed by refreshments. .The October meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Rosa Pouppirt, with Mrs. Mildred Florence acting as assisting hostess. Those who attended the meeting were: Mesdames Dorothy Treff, Winnie Hein, Ethel Holyfield, Ruth Crocker, Mildren Florence, Frances Woods, Betty McClurg, Mary Peterson, Opal Bates, Rosa Pouppirt, Lillian Meyers, Goldie Odneal, Gladys Kenton, Ruth Jensen, Rosa Koch, Frances Eberth, and Pauline Nance. The Past Presidents and Past Officers Club of Auxiliary 56 of the V.F.W. will hold its regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mae Prentice, 215% North 5. Mrs. Lena Ray will be co-hostess. Mrs. James Seeman. assisted by Miss Helen Etfline, daughter of her mother, Mrs. Henry Klinken- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Etfline, 829 ber S- entertained the Fairmount - - Women's Society of Christian Service Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Seeman's home. The devotional Service was led by Mrs. James Klamm,,Mrs. Arthur Klamm and Mrs. Ralph Bryin. nual chicken dinnei- to be held in the Church basement. Games were -njoyec 1 and refreshments were served. Hostesses for October willl be Mrs. John Lippert and Mrs. Frank Young. MARY FRANCES AND MICHAEL JEWELL, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell E. Byrd, 780 Osage, who celebrated their third birthday August 2. Mr. John Reardon Sr., 623 Dakota is their maternal grandfather, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd, Graham, Okla., are their paternal grandparents. Mrs. Jane Reardon, 502 Kiowa, is the youngsters' great grandmother.—(Peabody Studio) with Mrs. Dean Banks as co-hos- tesss. The Junior Garden and Nature Club met at the City Hall Saturday, Sept. 6, with 13 members present. Mrs. F.M. Purcell gave demonstrations of different flower arrangements arid plans were made for the fall flower show to be held Sept. 29. The next meeting will be Oct. 4 with a program on seeds and bulbs. Mrs. Gene Young and Mrs. Neal Young were hostessses'to the St. Francis De Sales Altar Society of Lansing Wednesday evening with 15 members and 4 guests present. Committees were appointed for the Societies annual bazaar and supper to be given at the church, State Fair at Topeka. ence Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. — -- <=• — Johnny Reardon, Jr.; and Mrs. Thursday evening, Oct. 23. Tina Randall spent Sunday at the! Guests attending were, Mrs. — • — • • - - James Boyer, Mrs. Edwin Lam- K>rn, and daughters, Gail and Mary, Mrs. Roy Bevan, and Mrs. Dwight Runnels. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Seemari and Mrs. Klinkenberg, during the social hour. The September meeting of the -lappy Day Home Demonstration Unit held its meeting at the home if Mrs. Joe Berg Friday, Sept. 5. Eight members answered roll call, and the lesson, "You Can flake Slip Covers" was given by the leaders. The October meeting will be at he home of Mrs. Albert Robinson, Organizations The monthly meeting of the Happy Hollow 4-H Club was held Sept. 3, at 8:00 p. m. Roll call, ."What I plan to accomplish in school this year," was answered by Betty Berg; Clare and Eddie Flint; Anna Louise and Eddie Grape; Shirley Sass; Charles Krueger; James, Mary, Kenny, Bobby, and Rita Heintzelman; and Helen, Johnny, and Alice Heim. Officers for the new year are: Betty Berg, president; Shirley Sass, 'vice-president; Clara Flint, secretary; Rita Heintzelman, treasurer; Anna Louise Grape, reporter; Eddie Flint, council member; Johnny Heim, recreation leader, Kenny Heintzelman, health leader; Anna Louise Grape, song leader; Kenny Krueger, safety leader, and Shirley Sass, parliamentarian. Clara Flint was selected to attend Junior Leadership Camp. Mr. Cliff Beckwith, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Heintzelman, and Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Heim were guests. "NOW OPEN- Southwest Corner 7th and Metropolitan WHITER-BRIGHTER-WORK-FREE WASHES Fill Dirt For Sale • Phone 823 or 779 HERE'S WHY— You use famous Westinghouse Laundromat automatic washers that wash, triple- rinse and damp-dry clothes. Completely automatic. Your hands never touch water. We have plenty of Hot Water —140 degrees HOT. Plenty of Soft Water—rain-water SOFT. Detergents prepared especially! o be used In Laundromats. -FREE DRYING OPENING WEEK- UFE SAVERS Take it easy passing schools, Be sure to heed instructions, Please don't neglect— But help protect— Our little tax deductions. ( TAKE IT EASY YOU M/OHT INJURE A CUSTOMER OF Fidelity Insurance Agency Geo. F. Bernbardt^ Insurance Counselor 210 So. 4th St. Phone 708 B.F. Goodrich Co. has an opening for a man with some office and sales experenice. Opportunity for Promotion and a future with a large Corporation. Contact local store manager, Wm. Klasinski, for details. Only young men who can sell need apply. - For Sale - Cheapies! 40 DeSOTO Was Now 5295. '38 CHRYSLER Was Now S295 . '40 FORD Was Now 5,50. '39 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION Was $150. '38 PLYMOUTH Was S195 . '38 BUICK Was '41 OLDSMOBILE Was Now C*JA 5395. 9^*t '42 OLDSMOBILE Was Now COO $395. 0^57 LUEHRING NEW Used Car Lot 716-18-20-22 Del. Get Our Prices Before U Buy! Zephyr Awnings Residential and commercial. Redwood or aluminum. WlCm Combination Storm VTIM.U windows and Doors. Kitchen Cabinets Made to order. Ornamental Iron Porch and stair rails. "Estimates Without Obligation" GILLESPIE SALES & SERVICE 1112 Cherokee Leayenworth Ph. 1280 Smith's Drug Store 504 Delaware Phone 500 THAT5 RIGHT, uajTENANT, IF YOU CAN GET THE MAGC WORD UP TO THOSE TWO PEOPLE, THEY WILL GET THEIR MAGIC CARPET DOWN OUT OF THE SKY? ANDVOU SAY THE WORD 15 ZEEK! HEY, LQOKnr,OOQLA.TH' FASTEST YET! ISA SNOOZY FLYBOY IN AN WR FORCE JET.' For Heat See SALMAN'S • Furnaces • Stoves • Heaters BALKAN'S T & C STORE 1/2 block North of Mehl & Schott's Fhone 2686 Miss Sophia Swiderski, vice-president conducted the business meeting which was opened with prayer by the Rev. Father Imhof. October 26 was set for the an- GEORGE WHITLEY George Whitley, 59, a World War 1 veteran, who died at Wadsworth Friday morning, were held this morning at 10 a.m. at Wadsworth, with the Rev. (Chaplain) E.G. Rodehorst officiating. Burial was in the Wads worth Cemetery with the Sumpter Funeral Chapel in charge of the service. The Soviet Union, with 60 other nations, signed the current Geneva Conventios of 1949, which was a revision of an earlier Convention. Now Many Wear : FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more firmly. To eat and talk in more comfort, Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plate odor^* (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store.— (Adv.) T. v Now You Can Enjoy - ",„ AUTOMATIC GAS HEAT IN YOUR '' For round shaped boilers and warm air furnaces. Simple, inexpensive, permanent installations. Made in four popular sizes. Automatic controls are enclosed ... easily accessible for service by removing cover. SECURITY CONVERSION UNIT HERE COME THE... Whitest SHIRTS in town Your shirts are here. The crispest, cleanest shirts in town. You'll love the wrinkle-free collars and cuffs, f B ELL LAUNDRY 405 Cherokee Phone 4321 Electric pilot igniter available as optional equipment. Burner head is made in sections to admit installation through feed door. Makes old hand- fired furnaces and boilers completely automatic gas heating plants. TARNAWSKI SHEET METAL WORKS 522 So. 5th Street Phone 182 For Sale On Sealed Bids My 5-Room Fully Modern Home At 400 Garland Street Gas heat, hardwood floors, bath, garage, full basement, chicken house, 84 x 180-ft. lot. Leaving City—See Sunday afternoon or nights after 6:30. Bids win be accepted until 9 P. M., Monday Sept. 15, and the right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Frank M. Bwdy, Owner. POGGEMEYER'S 204 So. 3th St. We have just received Community's NEW Pattern "White Orchid" 55-Pc. Set $77.50 Salt and Peppers to Match, also odd pieces. Most beautiful of Community patterns. Don't Buy ANY Circulator Until You've Seen the Warm Morning Gas Heater Priced with the lowest, performs with the finest! Buy now on easy terms! The Meyer Appliance Co. 217 So. 4th Street Phone 1 "Operator, Give Me 674" Yes, many families call ua regularly for they fccow 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 674 In by 9, Out by 5! Try Our 1-Day Special Service— for Quick, Easy Auto Loans See 315 S. ith Ph. 3155 Now's a good time to "buckle down" THE coming of autumn usually; signals an upturn in family financial activity — toward post-vacation bill paying — toward school expenses — toward the expenditures involved in everyday living. This is a good time to review your financial situation and, if a loan or any other of our services will help, just come in. You are always welcome.. First National Bank Member F. D. I. C. &1UV REACHES HIS SANS'S HIDEOUT 20 MIWUTES LWE. PATEOLCAR STOPS.... TH' STREETS CLEAR, JOE. CRAWL THRU AN' UNLOCK TH 1 DOOKl THATWIMDOW WASM'T BROKEN WHEW WE PAS5EI? AWHILE AGO I WE'D BETTER TAKE A LOOK AROUND- BLOCKS AWAY ONE Of THE GANG HURLS* BRICK THRU A SHOP WINPOW ASAFREI6HT THUNDERS BY CRIMIWV THEY PIPWT WAIT FOR WEI AMD I DUWWO WHERE THEY WERE GOIN'.
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