The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 10, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Wednesday, September 10, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Wednesday Evening, September 10,1952. Of interest to women M » .•: <• . SocM, Pwtonal and OrgannatlowA New* Helen M. Bnyder, Editor, Phone 25. present: Mrs. Jake Linden, Miss Mae Powers, Mrs. Charlie Castelline, Mrs. Jim McGhay, president, Mrs. Will Krkpatrick, Mrs. T.M. McCune, Mrs. James Potter and daughter, Roberta, Mrs. Will Warren, Mrs. Wfll Brown, Mrs. Freda Lindsey, and Mrs. Tom Pennington. After the business meeting the members worked on rug rags and finished painting the church basement There will be a homecoming dinner at the church Oct. 5. All former residents and friends are invited to attend. The next meeting will be a silver tea a t the home of Mrs. Tom Pennington on Wednesday, Sept. 17. LINDA ALICE RATCHFORD, 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Ratchford of the Planters Apartments. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Moore and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Perrin. Mrs. Olive Ratchford, 224 Miami, is Linda's great grandmother. The ladies of the Elks Club wil have a card party at the Club tomorrow night at 7:45. Mrs. Byron Boeppler and Mrs. Ed Aaron will be in charge of refreshments Wedding Announcement Mr. Homer Davis, 610 Olive, announces the marriage of his sister, Florence Parker of Pasadena, Calif., to Mr. Norton Lewis, also of Pasadena. The marriage took place Sept 3, in the rectory of St. Philips Church, Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis left immediately after the ceremony for a •three-months automobile trip to the East Coast, and will visit in Leavenworth enroute. HERMAN POGGEMEYER m, son of Maj. and Mrs. Herman Poggemeyer Jr., of Lawrence, was one year old July 25. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Poggemeyer, 411 Chestnut, are his grandparents. Local Pledges Word comes from Manhattan, Kas., that two Leavenworth girls have been pledged to sororites at Kansas State. Miss Leigh Gordon, "daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gordon, 801 Middle, pledged Alpha 3Q Delta, and Miss Ann Kunkle, daughter of Mrs. George O. Kunkle, 230 Third Ave., pledged Alpha Chi Omega. At the business meeting of the Byron H. Mehl Unit 23, American Legion Auxiliary, Sept. 8, President Dolores Horner announced the following Committee Appointments for the year 1952-53: Activity — Estelle Koblitz and Mary Eagles. Americanism, Foreign Relations and Pan American—Anita Rosen. Civil Defense and Community Service — Edna Mae Walker. Condolence — Mary Schillo. Constitution and By-Laws — Frances Pike, Frances Rodgers and Clara Spencer. Courtesy Chairman — Mae Her- Membership — Anna Cune and Lillian Wirtz. Legislature and National Security-— Beth Burke. Music — Helen Doyle. Poppy Chairman — Rosalie Matere. Poppy Display and Poppy Gardens — Ethel Matzeder. Poppy Poster—Louise Hamilton. Publicity — Clara Spencer. Rehabilitation and Child Welfare — Olive Armour. Students Loans and Education of Orphans of Veterans — Edith Schultes. Sunflower Girls' State — Edith Downey. The U. S. Army Mothers Post 10 will have its regular business meeting tomorrow at 8:00 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Travelert Return Mrs. H. W. Luehring and her momer, Mrs. Nellie Robinson, 1025 Souh Fourth, returned yesterday from a delightful five weeks' trip to Colorado Springs, .Trinidad, Colo., and San Francisco. While In San Francisco they were the guests of Lt CoL and Mrs. Dale W. Luehring and family, who are stationed at Fort Mason. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Siegert, RR t, Basehor, have returned from a 6,000 mile motor trip throughout the West. During their. 4 month's absence they visited relatives and friends in Denver, Colo.; Rock Springs, and Green River, Wyo.; Glendale, 'and Oceanside, Calif.; and Mexico. Newcomer* Mr. and Mrs. William E. Endriss, 915 Olive, announce the birth of their son, Chris, at Gushing Memorial Hospital, Saturday, Sept. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wendel, 790 Osage, are young Chris' maternal grandparents. The Old Cathedral Altar Society will hold its regular monthly business and social meeting tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. at St. Patrick's Hall, Fifth and Kiowa. Mrs. Sadie Kenny is chairman of the social committee. Mis. Finley Stephens Mrs. Nelle Keen, first grade eacher in the Weston School, was n a automobile accident at Clay Center, Kas. last week. She suf- ered a back injury and was taken o a hospital. She hopes to be able o begin the school term here, rlrs. Keen makes her home in Veston. Mr. and Mrs. John Malia re- urned to their home Tuesday af- er a two weeks visit with their on. Rev. J.O. Malia, Mrs. Malia nd son Dale. Mrs. Mattie Houser is spending everal days in the country with er niece Mrs. Carl Ross and Mr. toss. Mrs. Bela South entered a nurs- ng home in St. Joseph Sunday. Mrs. Mary Hall went to Kanas City Thursday to attend a meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bishop hopped in St. Joseph, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bowmaster of Kansas City visited Miss Marie Ohlhausen Sunday. Edwin and Charles Sebus spent *abor Day in Kansas City, with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sebus and son and visited their niece, Anita Sebus at Menorah Hospital. Anita is suf- ering from polio. Mrs. Rosa Large has returned o her home near Weston. Mrs. l,arge was taken to her daughter's lome in Leavenworth during the pring flood and has just become able to be up and • around now. She is living with her two sons, ,evi and Warner Large. The Ever Ready Class of the Methodist Church met with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Vaughn for a covered dish supper last week. Mrs. Nettie Miller spent the week end in Kansas City and attended 'Showboat" at the Starlight thea- er. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Goodlet and tuy Rogers have returned from The monthly all-day meeting of the Lansing Baptist Ladies' Mis sioriary Society will be held tomorrow at the church. Luncheon will be served at noon, and a bus iness meeting conducted at 2:00 p.m. The Enlisted Men's Wives Club of Fort Leavenworth will hold its monthly meeting tomorrow at 8:00 p.m., at the Enlisted Men's Club --NOW OPEN- Southwest Corner 7th and Metropolitan WORK-FREE WASHES You lue famous Westinghouse Laundromat automatic washers that wash, triple- rinse and damp-dry clothes. Completely automatic. Youi 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 Laundromat*. -FREE DRYING OPENING WEEK- Mr. and Mrs. Allan Siegert of Welborn, Kas., announce the birth of their son Wayne Allan, Sept 2 at Mennorah Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. The maternal grandparents of the baby are Mr. and- Mrs. Walter Ruehling, Rockville, Mo. and the paternal grandparents and great grandparents'are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Siegert, Basehor; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Siegert, Lansing; and Mrs. Alice Marxen, Kansas City, Kas. Organisations The Ladies Aid of tiie Potter Community Church held its regular meeting last Wednesday afternoon with the following members FOR ALL CHILDREN 6 MONTHS TO 4 YEARS Little feet must walk right before they can dance right—Jumping-Jacks, with the unique, patented one-piece sole, stitched on the outside, assures the child you love straight ankles and perfect feet for the years ahead. Smith's Drug Store 5«4 Delaware Phone 500 $4.45 Other styles $3.75 to $5.50 LEONHARD'S Children's Shoes, Women's Casuals, Trimfit Anklets 207 So. Fifth St. Phone 3920 Wttfoi a vacation trip spent in the Ozarks n Missouri and visiting in Okla- loma. Mr. and Mr. Loren Brown purchased the home of Mrs. B.H. South on Blackhawk street last week. Mrs. Nelle Keen who was injured in an automobile crash about wo weeks ago near Clay Center £as., is unable to begin teaching in the grade school at Weston. She is in a hospital in Hutchinson, Kas. Mrs. Keen sustained a back injury. Andrew Laber is a patient at Gushing Memorial Hospital, Leavenworth. Mrs. Lyda ffillix was released from St. John's Hospital in Leavenworth. She is able to be up and is recovering nicely. Miss Mary Eskridge has completed her basic training at the Bainbridge Naval Base, Me. She is visiting her family here ten days then will report for further training at Great Lakes, 111. W.O. Taylor, former principal of Weston High School now of Culver City, Calif, has gone back to teaching. Funeral service was held r e- cently in Flint, Mich., for Mrs. Walter McCoughna who died at her home there Aug. 20, of a cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs. McCoughna was a daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Adkins of Weston. Mrs. McCaughna is survived by her husband, Walter McCoughna; a daughter , Mrs. Samuel Sick- ley, and a. sister, Mrs. Jay Bullock, all of Flint, Mich; a sister, Mrs. Roy Morris, and a brother,, Harry Adkins, both of Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Chubb and son, Wayne of Bethesda, Md., have been visiting relatives here and in Lawrence. Mrs. Chubb is the former Miss Annabell Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Eskridge and family are living in the Mahlon Gobbert home during the school erm. Mr. Eskridge is an instruc- or at Weston School. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roberts left ast week for California to spend a vacation. Miss Myrtle has gone to Belle- /ille, Kas., where she is teaching ichool this year. The Weston Garden Club held ts regular monthly meeting last Monday night. Hostesses were Mrs. Tipton Taulbee, Miss Forestyne'|and Loyals, Mrs. R.B. McKnight and Miss Edith Kemmerer. Mrs. Jesse Pepper gave a discussion on perennials. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mann and children of Kansas City visited relatives here oves the weekend. the paternal grandparents, Mr. Mrs. James DerezinsW, 251 East Sheridan. Funeral service win be at the graveside in Mount Muncie Cemetery at 10 a.m. Thursday. The Sexton Funeral Chapel is in charge. OLDER FOLKS with ITCHING SKIN For the nagging, maddening, persistent itch of dry skin, so common to folks past middle age, Resinol Ointment is a special, soothing relief. Acts in place of missing natural skin oils — works fast, and comfort lasts. How good it feels not to have to scratch and scratch. Get Kesinol and get relief. All drug stores. SUMPTER Funeral Chapel Richard W. Sumpter Ph. 221, Leavenworth FUNERAL DECISIONS nwh in **• vane* of o«*d - - - \a*» h«tp«d nuay fo (thin pt*e* of mind • - - Stem protadio* fawrtl facfi from m. , 9EREZINSKI INFANT DIES Patricia Jean Derezinski, infant laughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Peter )erezinski, 222 Miami, died at Pushing Memorial Hospital early .his morning. The baby was born it noon Tuesday. Surviving besides the parents ire a sister, Kathie, the maternal jrandmother, Mrs. Lillie Zink, anc ANTIQUES See pur display of Glass! •Daisy and Button *Amber, Blue, Crystal "Vaseline 'Plates, 10-In., IV. in. *Goblets, Wines. 'Colored Glass for your Rainbow Window NATION'S Lansing, Kas. So. ot Leav. on Hiwy*. 7 and 73. Phone Lansing 276 For Top Quality Dry Cleaning Gall Clark's Fifth Avenue Cleaners Prompt Pickup and Delivery On Our 3-Day Service 3th Ave. & Spruce Phone 674 In by 9, Out by 5! Try Our 1-Day Special Service— You'll Want To Join Our Free Television Contest! Ask Us How! *-* W E'LL tell you the answer to that one — it's the figures on the price tag. For some reason, lots of people just can't believe they can buy a Buick at a price so close to "the low-priced three." Maybe it's because a Buick seems so much better and bigger. Maybe it's because they think Buick has so much more power and room—which is true. Maybe it is because so many distinguished people own Buicks—which is also a fact. But the fact remains—// you can afford a new car, you can own a Buick — so letjs see what you get. You get the thrilling power of a Fireball 8 Engine, that's a gas-saving high-compression valve-in-head—as much power as you can get in cars costing $300 to $400 more. You get as much room as you'll get in cars costing hundreds of dollars more. You get a ride that cost an honest-to-goodness million dollars to develop. You get the silken smoothness of Dynaflout Drive.* You get big-car comfort, styling, durability. Don't take our word for it. Come in and see for yourself why so many folks are stepping up to this great car this year. . Equipment, accessories, trim and, models are subject to ckangt without notice. 'Standard on Roadmaster, optional * txtrs tost on other Series. LEAVEL MOTOR CO., INC. HERE COME SHIRTS m town Your shirts «r« her*. Th» crisp, ast. cl««n*st shirts in town. You'll lovtt th* wr!nkU-fre« collars cuffs, r ~' r ' B ELL LAUNDRY 405 Cherokee Phone 4321 For Heal See SALMAN'S • Furnaces • Stoves • Heaters BALKAN'S T & G STORE of Mehl & Scbott's Phone 2686 PAINT WHITE OR ALUMINUM 295 tfc fi-l. Dutch or Master Painter Porch and 925 Deck Enamel & G««. 5th and Oak Sts. Leavenworth, Kansas Linseed Oil ---- 82.25 Gal. Paint Thinner .. $1.39 GaL Leavenworth Auto Supply. Co. 745 Delaware Just received a beautiful assortment of Bulova Watches all their newest modelt. starting at $24.75 (fed. tax inc.) WORNIWG.BIU. WOMDER IF YOU KNEW TW& BOV WHO WA5 KILLED BREftXIKJG IM A / LEHME SEE1W THIS (S BAD/JOES YVEft81U.Y$ DEAD! BUCK MID \HERE-. WOWT SPIDER CAU6HT1 WOUCOMEIM? I...I KNOW IMTERE$TIM6 5TOIW EH? ONE OF THE KIDS GOT AWAY LA5T MIGHT- BUT ONE WE CAUGHT / "NONE OF WW APHMTTED Sa&TWU/ PALSWOOLD'UB THW IT WAS SOU 1 A RATTED 0M

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