The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 3
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 3

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1952
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Adolph Sass who suffered a leart attack two weeks ago and las been a patient at Gushing Memorial Hospital has recovered suf- 'iciently to return to his home. Mrs. Elva Klaus has been promoted to matron of Small's Memorial Home. Several of the farmers are busy illing silos on their farms. Neil Gore is staying with h i s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Burdette and has enrolled in Easton rligh School. The Easton High school has 48 pupils enrolled with five teachers. The board has rented' two school juses which are being driven by William VanTuyl and Martin Wendell. The bank examiners are at the Saston State Bank this week. Wallace Ala suffered a heart at- ;ack last week and is slowly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clinken- jeard of Topeka, Mrs. Leah Clinkenbeard, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin and family of Topeka, Mr. and Mrs, Bee Bane of Stockton, Cas., Mr; and Mrs. Ed Murray and family of Kansas City, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murray Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Murray Jr. of Atchison, Mrs. Ed Clinkenbeard and family of Nortonville, Kas., were among the relatives and friends who attended the funeral of Mrs. Jennie Murray which was held at the Baptist Church Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .Noll recently visited their son, Loren Noll and family at Wichita, and were sponsors when their granddaughter Teresa Lynn Noll received the rites of Baptism at the Holy Saviour Catholic Church in Wichita. The Rev. Fr. Patrick Cody officiated at the ceremony. The Rev. John Hodge conducted church services at the Methodist Church Sunday morning. The Holy Communion was served during the morning service. Mrs. Judson Ala and Mrs. Goldie Ala were visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Goff and attended the Topeka Fair Saturday. Funeral service for Mrs. Jennie Murray, 91, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Frances Clinkenbeard at Nortonville, was held at the First Baptist Church on Friday with the Rev. Donald Gaines, pastor, officiating. M r s. Murray is a former Easton resident and was a lifetime member of the Easton Baptist Church. She is survived by two daughters Mrs. Bee Bane of Stockton, Kas. Mrs. Francis Clinkenbeard of Nortonville, Kas.; three sons, Lester and Alvin Murray of Atchison, Ed Murray of Kansas City, and a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren and a Host of relatives and friends. Pallbearers were six grandsons: Lennie Bane, Willard and Lindell Clinkinbeard, Ralph and Lester Murray Jr. and Robert Fevurly. Interment was in the Langley Cemetery. Capt. Cedric Fevurly, Marine Corps, has recently been transfer- Ved to Camp Pendleton, Calif. Easton Masonic Lodge No. 45 met in regular session Saturday for their first meeting after a two- month vacation. There were guests from Leavenworth, Fort Leavenworth, Lansing and Topeka. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Lieta Trower of Topeka is spending each week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ' Clinkinbeard and family of Topeka visited tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Soush over the week end. Will Fevurly of Basehor fell from a ladder and injured his back while he was helping to build a house. M/Sgt. Wilbur Edmonds arrived home Wednesday from Osaka, Japan where he has been stationed for the past nine months. The Rev. and Mrs. John Hodge attended a dinner and picnic for ministers and their wives at the Stevens Memorial, Methodist Church in Kansas City, Kas., last Monday.,Ed Timpe, Leonard Stafford, and son, Carol Dean and Jim Wilson left Monday for a two week vacation in Minnesota. Mrs. Bessie Stafford attended the Brown reunion at Topeka and visited relatives in Denison, Kas. over the Labor Day'week end. Mr. and Mrs. Judson Ala of Barry, HI., visited over the week end with his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ala. They have been visiting relatives and friends in Longmont, Colo, for the past three weeks. • The Women's Society of Chris-i tian Service met at the home of Mrs. Helen Berg last Thursday with 12 members and guests present. The business meeting was conducted by the vice president, Mrs.. Goldie Ala. Devotions were led by Mrs. Roxie Goff. . Plans were made for the Harvest sale and Bazaar to be held at t h e Methodist Hall on Wednesday Oct. 15. Mrs. Goldie Ala was SEAMSTER — Charles Sigley, 12, of Ingalls, Kan., displays an apron which won him a grand championship award in sewing at the Gray County 4-H Club Fair. As it this wasn't enough to keep the girls in stitches, Charles also won j: red ribbon for his corn and wheat muffins, and his gingerbread. He then took a blue ribbon for his taste' fully prepared box lunch. elected president to fill the vacancy of Mrs. Elva Klaus who recently moved to Leavenworth. Mrs. Evelyn Hodge was elected vice president in place of Mrs. Ala. During the recreation hour prizes in contests were won by Mesdames Clara Stafford, Carrie Landers and Goldie Ala. Refreshments were- served. The next meeting will be Sept. 18 with Mrs. Thelma Thornburgh as hostess. Mrs. Sarah Fitch was ill several days last week. The Rev. Donald Gaines conducted church services Sunday at the First Baptist Church. Miss Carolyn Calvin has gone to Kansas City where she will attend school. Miss Minnie Richter of Kansas THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 11,1952. Three Gods and Goddesses Answer to Previous. Puzzle | VEKHCAL 1 Encourage 2 Erect 3 Gaelic 4 Asiatic plains 5 Goddess of peace 6 Teutonic seat goddess of death 7 Makinff .melodious 8 Ardors 9 Domestic slave 10 Indians HORIZONTAL 54 Written -form 55 Important' 5 Another war nietal-, god 58 Greek portko 8 Chief of the Olympian gods 12 Diminutive of Bertram , 13 Rodent 14 Italian city 15 Facility 16 Entomology (ab.) 17 Afresh 18 Surgical saw 20 Except 22 Pastry 23 Numbers (ab.) 24 Rate of motion 27 Babylonian moon-god 28 Greek god at flocks 31 Rainbow goddess 32 Languish 33 High card 34 Correlative of neither 35 Ice mass 36 Social insects 37 Female sheep 38 Exist 39 Attire 40 Sprite 41 Witticism 42 God of manly youth and .beauty 45 Unclosed 49 Hawaiian precipice 50 River (Sp.) 52 Companion 53 Egyptian 11 Stitches 36 Olympian 19 Assist • goddess 21 Not any 39 Diamond- 24 Without cutter's cup (Latin) 40 Biblical i 25 Bow of a 41 Canadian vessel 26 Ireland ,. 42 Genus at bets 21 Forefather 43 Gone by 28 Window glass 44 Hodgepodge 29 Deeds 46Nostril 30 Promontory 47 English school 32 Executes 48 Depression 35 Sphere 51 Anger The Newcomen or fire engine, first made in 1705, was a predecessor of the steam engine which operated because of a vacuum created when steam was condensed rather than by the-force of th* steam. we have the new pen sensation City visited her mother, Mrs. Car-i rie Richter over the week erfd. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Adamson and daughter, Linda were visiting relatives in Easton Jast Tuesday. Mr. Earl Edmonds and sons of Omaha, Neb., spent the week end with their wife and mother, Mrs. Earl Edmonds who is caring for her mother, Mrs. Walter Johnson at their home here in Easton. Eugene Pauley, who is a patient' at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas^ -ity, is improving after having nad two operations on his eyes. Mrs. Pauley is staying in Kansas City to be -with him. Their restaurant is closed for the time being. Parker "21 $5.75 Sets, $10.00 The famous Parker "51" $12.50 Anextraw* dinary peal value by the creators of the famous Parker '5r. The New 21" urices and looks like pens at twice the price. Uses fast-drying Superchrome or any ink. 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