The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 9, 1952 · Page 6
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Tuesday Evening, September 9,1952. Of interest to women Social, Personal and Organisational Netet Helen M. Snyder, Editor, Phone 2J. DARLENE WILLIAMS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Towns, 921 Metropolitan, who announce her engagement to Mr. Leonard W. Peters,.son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Peters, 209 Front "Street, Bonner Springs. Organisations The U.S.D.B. Women's Club will hold its first meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. John Sopka, 8 Riverside Drive, with Mrs. H.J. Musgrave as co-hostess. The Ladies Aid of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Leon Armour, 905 Osage, Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Anna Brown will be assisting hostess, and all members and prospective members are urged to attend. The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Sept. 10, at 8 p.m., at the Eagles Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs, Letha Browne,' Mrs. Catherine Clemmons, Mrs. Mettie Calhoun, Mrs. Ruby Coop, Mrs. Sadie Baldwin, and Mrs. Gertrude Currier. Shower Miss Linda Farris, bride-elect of Mr. Bernard Connelly, was honored Saturday evening with a personal shower given by Miss Dorothy Ready and Miss Lea Quisenberry, assisted by Mrs. George W. Quisenberry at 1he latter's home, 556 Congress. The Rebekah Club will meet at jOdd Fellows Hall at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11. Hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. Maud Thomasson and Mrs. Cora Reel. Mrs. Ivy McCoy and Mrs. Leona Meeker will be in charge of entertainment The Central Trades Sewing Circle will meet tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the home of Mary Johnston, 305 Spruce. Co-hostess will be Mary Elizabeth Seigert. Games were played during Hie YWCA. All members are urged to evening, and prizes were won by Mrs. Katherine Burk, Mrs. Lois Farris, and Miss Shirley Knickerbocker. Those who enjoyed the occasion were Linda Farris, Ruth Neiman, Shirley Knickerbocker, Pat Santa, Lois Farris, Katherine Burk, Dorleen Young, Ruth Ann Sutton, Harriet Blackaby, and Mrs. Leo Connelly. attend. The Leavenworth County UNESCO Council will hold a business meeting in the Commissioners' Room of the City Hall Friday' fect setting for this y fiar ' s » tinn Miss Farris 1 picture in Friday's edition of the Times was incorrectly titled "Lois Farris". The General Christian Women's Fellowship meeting of the First Newcomer Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dardis of Sunflower, Kansas, announce the birth of their son, Patrick Michael, at Lawrence, Sunday Aug. 31. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dardis Sr., of Kildeer, N.D., and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Williams of 320 South llth. • Mr. and Mrs. Dardis also have two little daughters, Mary Beth, 3 years old and Kathy, 2 years old. Christian Church will be held at'f' {? h " s . on - CoL and Mrs " Thomas day, Intermediate and Senior the church at 7:30 p.m., Sept 10. £ ™°™"^ ol ;j^Mrs^James Scout registration Wednesday, the Mrs. Conrad Schimke will have ^ The Leavenworth Country -lub Ladies' Golf Association will have its regular meeting tomorrow, with play starting at 9 a.m. Luncheon will be served in the grill at 12:45 p.m. Hostesses for he day will be Mrs. William Goodyear and Mrs. J. H. Miller. Personals Mrs. Jesse Coate, 631 Central, has returned from Lawrence after spending the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coate and family. Mrs. Louise Cordt, 307 Pottawatomie, and son, Charles, are spending a two-week vacation in West Palm Beach, Fla., with her daughter, .Mrs. Charles Sammons, and her family. Mrs. Hilda Collins, 221 North Broadway, returned Saturday from Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, where she spent four weeks visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick Collins, and their son, John Patrick m. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. McAllister, 715 Spruce, returned Friday from McPherson, Kas., where they spent the past week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lehne and children, Sandra and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. William Erickson, 301 Central, spent their vacation •visiting relatives in Alexandria, Minn., and Mrs. Erickson's parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Riley, at Fargo, N. D., who are former residents of Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed James and daughter, Marilyn, of Los Angeles, Calif., visited friends in Leavenworth this past week. Mrs. Kathleen Donahue, Miss Margaret Zoll, and Miss Peggy Zoll left Friday night to spend a week in Denver, Colo, and Colorado Springs. Miss Jean Marie McMillen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McMillen, 922 Washington, left recently for Sidney, Neb., where she will attend St. Patrick's Academy. There will be a meeting of the Alpha Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Wednesday, Sept. 10, at the Joy Scout Kick-Off Dinner on Thursday, the first Cub Scout Pack meeting and meeting of ""lay-Ops on Friday. New Catholic Chaplains were introduced to members of the garrison at a reception Thursday even- ng, Sept. 4 in the Community Center. Fr. Joseph Mollner, St. Ignatius Chapel, Fr. Joseph Kasel, student Chaplain, and Fr. Edward Lambert, USDB Chaplain were welcomed by their parishioners. Robert J. Daigneaux, son of VIrs. Margaret Daigneaux, P,o s t Chaplain's secretary is now enrolled at Kansas University. En- Bring the University of Oklahoma s Edward Frank Heasley, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. B. Heasley. REBECCA DIANA AND RICHARD DENNIS MARTIN, children of SFC and Mrs. Edward E. Martin. Eebecca, three years old, and Dennis, eight months, who have been visiting their paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Martin, RR 2, left yesterday with their mother for Valparaiso, Fla., where they will remain while Sgt. Martin is in station at Fairbanks, Alaska. Upon his return, the family will return to their home in Seattle, Wash. The children's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd S. Banes of Payette, Idaho.—(Star Studio) The St. Ceclia choir of St. Ignatius Chapel is again holding rehearsals at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening. Thomas Scard and Mrs. J. G. Herber of Leavenworth are choir director and organist. At The Fort By CHARLOTTE WELSH No other social event of t h e academic year is quite like the annual reception for members of the new class and their wives. This year it was held on the Officers Club terrace Sunday afternoon, Sept. 7. Hosted by the Commanding General, Staff and Faculty of Fort Leavenworth, it is the first and largest gathering of the year. The sparkling blue of the pool, reflecting colorful flags of Allied nations, backgrounded by the velvety golf course, combined with ideal fall weather to form a per- evening at 7:30. All those who represent an or- ;anization or are individual members are urged to attend. tion. There ought to be some kind of "purple hand" medal designed for members of the receiving line, composed of General and Mrs. Henry I. Hodes, Col. and Mrs. Max will include bowling, boxing, and Play-Opportunities, a social organization for sub-teen agers. Scratch Another Name ?rom 10 Most Wanted » BEAVER FALLS, Pa. (fft—The FBI has crossed another name off ts list of 10 most wanted crim- nals. Scratched was the name of Joseph Zalutsky, 37, a life termer who escaped from a state prison at lailford, Fla., and was captured Tuesday night. Officials said the unarmed Zalut- With almost 200 more children on the post this year, Sunday schools will be crowded to capacity. Chaplain David Kinsler is badly in need of teachers. At least 70 will be needed for Post Chapel activities, and so far only 35 have indicated a willingness to take on this valuable work. Mrs. Bertha Clement, principal of Fort Leavenworth Schools who was still able to talk this week, reports that the first week passed with no more than expected upheaval. With registrations still coming in, there were 1027 signed up Monday. Mrs. John L. Dunn has been named to the post of physical education instructor for Junior High girls. The busy schedule of children's activities began this week with Brownie Scout registration Mon- The regular monthly luncheon and business meeting of the U.S. P.E. Auxiliary will be held Sept. 11 at 1 p.m. at the club house. The committee includes: Mrs. -uther VanWey, Mrs. Leo Van- IVey, and Mrs. Donald Schroyer. Election of officers will be held. Mrs. Ralph Sickel, President of the City Council of P.T.A., has announced an executive meeting for Wednesday evening, Sept. 10, at 7:30, at the City Hall. All Council Officers, Committee Chairmen, Presidents of local units, and school principals are asked to attend. last of the student officers and iieir ladies passed through the ine. They tell us the class in 1950 was colorless; the class in 1951 was clever. We wonder if the class of 1952 will go down in memory as the good-looking class? Never lave we seen a more handsome, stylish group (should we say mob?) as were jammed togetherj Sunday. i Catching the eye were Mrs.. Codes' becoming blue - plumed] hat, Mrs. C. A. P. Duffie's little Chantilly lace parasol, Mrs. Can-| trell's figured blue-silk afternoon dress, Mrs. Clayton N. Gompf in a black decollete. Mrs. Courts was charming in changeable blue taf- :eta. Mrs. R. E. Coffin and Mrs. U N. Taylor, as usual, looked ike something out of "Harpers." The cummerbunds of the Spanish and Portugese officers added their, sits of color. Mrs. Apolinario, from! the Phillipines, was beautiful in z pink pina cloth gown. Circle meetings of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church will meet as follows: Circle 2, Wednesday, Sept 10, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. Nellie Wooten and Mrs. Chandler, 1307 Spruce St. Circle 3, Friday Sept. 12, 2 p.m., Mrs. A. Opliger, 927 6th Avenue. Circle 4, Friday Sept. 12, 2 p.m., Mrs. R. Quinn, 733 Spruce St. Circle 1, Friday, Sept. 19, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. VanVeghton, Lowemont, Kansas. For Heat See BALKAN'S • Furnaces • Stoves • Heaters BALKAN'S T & C STORE Vi block North of Men! & Schott's Phone 3686 Community Center Youth Pro gram registration held Saturday and Monday, Sept. 6 and 8, hit i new high, according to Capt. Johr L. Dunn, Special Service Officer Around 200 children signed up fo swimming, 150 for. dancing, anc 15 for art class. 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