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THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATER, KANSAS in the ,Western March 21, 1941.) NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, EXECUTOR. In the Probate Court of Co, manehe County, Kansas. r~r ~ IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF DF_,IA)RA BENNETT, D]DCEASED, LATE OF CO- MANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 3 TO THE creditcCS, heirs, devisees, legatees and all others concerned, , that on March 15th, 1941, the under- signed was, by the Probate Court of Comanche County, Kansas, duly r appointed and qualified as Executor t o~ the estate of Delora Bennett, de- ceased, late of Comanche County, Friday, Apm'l 4, 1941 HERE FOR BIBB FUNERAL Relatives and friends from out of town to attend the funeral of Mrs. T. C. Bibb on last Friday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hackney of Leon, Kans.; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bibb and son of Pro- PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Next ,to a man's family and busi- ness, nothing should stand dearer to his heart than the town in which he lives. It is his home. It is the place in which he earns his com- petence and educates his children. tection; Miss Joe Bibb and son of Dodge City; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Degman of Ashland: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Huffmaster of Satanta; Mrs. Charley Dunn and daughter. Esther of Beaumont, Kans.; Mel- vin Drake and family of Wichita; If he wants to make it as popular, as thrifty arid as widely known as possible, he can not afford to be in- different to anything which will further these ends. It can be said a town that is not worthy of the devotion of its citizens in making it widely and generally prosperous is a town m which it is not worth Mrs. J. C. Williams of Lake City; Kansas. while to live at all. If a town is Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Willard of Ash- All parties interested in said estate will take notice, and govern worth anything it is worthy of our land; Mrs. Mary Devault of Way- themselves accordingly. All de- greatest energy whether we re- noka, Okla., all relatives" and the dividedRalphmandScurrYoneJninthnt exhibitedare interest;plaintiffs,WithinandandthatYOunine NORTHEAST~" ~ .~ __.~av tnm weex "~--------- ---wltnMrs aOF TOWN AND ._~; ~u,~e,~ua near~ au.aCK., hiSl couple in Douglas countyceive~an immediate dividend in d, ol following friends from Dodge City: months from the date of the first lars and cents or whether we mere- Mr and Mrs. Wm. Holt and son. Publication of the above notice ly take our share of the common Ado Foster, Irene and Gene Jack- , Jsh~dl be forever barred. .~ EVERETT BENNETT, benefi~ts according to the town and s~n, Mary Conner and step-grand- community we call home son, Clarence Lee Shipp. " Everyone can be a boomer. Keep ----------o o "--" - ........................... your money at home. Patronize A friend is one, declares "Judge" those who patronize you. Spend, Older of the Hays News, who will your money among home institu- praise you when you need praise tlons where you stand a good . . . and refuse to lend you money cnance to get it back. at all times Every dollar you spend with a -- -- ..................... horn~ man finds its way back to your pocket. A dollar spent in = W " -" some other town goes to help build Logue rUCK Llnes up that town. A dollar spent here Licensed Carrier under IC C. C. goes to help build up your home of Kansas. town. Figure it down fine andyou Also have Oklahoma Permit lose money by not supporting Hauling ,to and from Wichita, shoppers in Alva last Saturday your local organizations.--Coats Daily. Freight Free Delivery. Courant. Equipped to move fine Furniture. ---------o-o--------- In routing shipments from Wich- FOR RENT.---Typewriters f o r ita mark Order (Call Logue Truck school practice, by the week or Line, Phone 28-48-5). c=n:r~ S_l~_~aw~l.~elr.e P%een..;s~= Insured against all Accidents. Star YP " we~e For shipments to Wichita and I " -- ~'~" intermediate points Call-- t wil! save you money to read BRUCE'S SERVICE STATION ........ every aa in the Star each week. tf Phone 14 Coldwater, Karts. before 2 p. m. for same day de livery. (First published in ~he Western Shi- b-" Truck Save Money Star on Friday, March 28, 1941.) F ~ -- CASE NO. 4072 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS. BUSINESS CARDS HOME OWINERS' LOAN COR- PORATIONy PLAINTIFF. VS. j CLARENCE HAItDEN anal ~ Extra Quality DELPH2NE HARDEN, his wife, DEFENDANTS. ~.~ CHICKS SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE :.~,~%35~L ~Hf~ J , Executor. ~ar ana ~rs Wdlis Bratcher rPown l By virtue of an Order of Sale ~ U.S. Approved (First published in the Western The Leneans, Southwestern College dramatic organization, will present their religious drama, i Star on Friday, March 21, 1941.) m "Whatsoever Ye Sow," by Mary Hitchcock, under the direction of Miss Edith Dielmann at the i CASE NO 4070 Methodist church in Wilmore, Sunday morning, April 6. Reading from left to right the cast in- IN THE DISTRICT CO~KT OF cludes: Lee Hendricks, Mary Ruth. McNeil, Daniel Boles, Wilmore, Jack Smith, Richard Leftwich, COMA~CI4_E COUNTY, KANSAS. Marion Seyb, Robert Green, I~u Dalbom, Phyllis Shook, Donabel Knowlton. ! Wesley Curry and Ralph Curry, , Plaintiffs. vS. ~ nl~,uwmm~"~,~aw MAR, roAreD spent the day with Mr. "and Mrs. week with Mrs. Link's parents, Mr. Sam Olson; Ed Olson; Emma ~ ~|~ ~r~[~ Jay Pepperd in Coldwater last and Mrs. Fred Neukirch. issued out of the District Court of ~ U S Pullorum Comanche County, Kansas in the ~ " L . . above entitled action, I will on~ 'A'escea Monday the 28th day of April, 1941, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at ~ .... ,,~f~,~u ..... ~ t ....... ~" ................... high tmhecWhe%fr~tt d~OrrtOf the~ Co- averages in Livability, Body size, until in C'.~ldv~*~,~ ~sn':'::~:f~:: Egg Production and Egg Size. for-sal~"-:--'--;;~ ..... 7?. ...... V"~.". AAAA Chicks sired by 252 to 288 e at puDnc aucuon ann sen .............. to the highest bidder for cash in ma.ms. ~ee our CroCKS. A,SO smrvea hand, all the rich.t, title and in- cmc~s. SMITI~ HATCHERY terest of the said defendants in and to the following described real Phone 139 Protection, ~, property situated in Comanche County, Kansas, to-wit: R C. KORFF The South Half (S) of Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18, in Block Dentist 250, H ickok:s A.ddition to the Phones: Office 20; Residence 193 ',_;ll:y OI ~-ro~ecuon, ~ansas. _ .... The said property will be sold to colawa~er, ~tns. Whitehall; Ida Beaver; Bessie l'none lo~i satisfy: judgment rendered in the Retherford; W. D. Oison; ~Mrs. - ~ Sunday. Mesdames Laura and Nellie Edgar Hale; Harvey Curry; Car- ___ _ --April 1, 1941 Mahoney were shoppers in Cold- :lyle Cinch; and Dorothy Oison LOWER MULE CREEK ..~__---:==. .... water Friday. Bryant, Defendants ...... NORTH ~uul~'rx u~s ~w~ Mr an- "" C " - "e " ~y wctor Moores .......... a rdrs. . ~. t'e~ ne were PUBLICATION NOTICE ~y mrs t~wnn r~ovmns , THE STATE OF KANSAS TO: Wright West bought a number The Christian Endeavor young Phyllis and Philip Sch.ultz spent *Sam Olson; Ed Olson; Emma or cows at me ~tc~aln msta~e sale ......... the week end with their co" sin W~itehall; Ida Beaver; Bessie which w ......... peopm of ~ne ~'rienas cnurcn nan a u , Retherford; W. D. Olson; Mrs. as hem near ~un wi~y ~as~ .......... ., .......... ~X~,,~A~. ~e+ ...... Chill supper las~ 'rnursoay evening .,ty~rc w~-~. Edgar Hale; Harvey Curry; Car .... .~,=.~-=~ ............ at the Orville Ward home Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Haas and lyle Olson; and Dorothy Olson Cnanes Nickeison of Wilmore ......... " - Miss M-a Ann Carlisle of Dod-e Bryant. . ........ rne ~'r]enmy ~unuay scnool c{ass 2~ ~/'0u and each of you are herebywas.., m zn~s commum~y tas~ week h`eld its monthly social at the Mor- City ate Sunday dinner at the notified that you have been suedgat,nermg uP Pones. ..... ton Hadley home Friday evening Horace Parker home. in an action pending in the District _ .~oya ~v~arsn, _~oy riazt annwith 12 members and five visitors Mrs. Edith Schultz is suffering .Court of Comanche County, Kan- Lloyd Mitcnell were in ~edicinenre~. from a severe sore throat s as, wherein Wesley Curry and Lodge Saturday. Mr and Mrs Francis Burkhall R.E. Parcel branded calves at dmr~:.~v~t~ rree.*nan__spent one and children called at the Glenn ranch Wednesday. and each of you named as defend- " a~ts therein must answer or other- .~ Y .... s. J .c~ ,Robbins home Sunday afternoon. --April 2, 1941 wise plead to the petition now on ~'reeman o~ ueerneaa communizy. Terr- Cr~we and famil- were file inthe vfflce of the Clerk of the Mr. and Mrs Tom Marsh Jr "1 ~ .... "= ~ . " PRAIRIE VALE ITEMS a~o~ named Court on or before _ " " col ers a~ me nan wrowe nome Mrs L W Uselm- were ,,'uesday visitors at the Tom " n .... aa the 3rd day of M~, 1941, ~u aay. or said Petition will be taken as Marsh home near De.erhe.ad. Mrs. Ray Emerson is spending a Miss Mary Ruth Howard of ~nd a judgment rendered . ~v~rs. worn t~orr, wno rives near few days visiting at home. Booker, Texas, is visiting this ,ga ir~t you and each of you ad-t::n:ur:ls~khhe[ SlhOOl pupi!.s to Mr. and Mrs. Levi Robbins and week with, Jean Hadley. judging and decreeing a partition co p y m Meomine Mr " of the following described real es ........ s. Ernest Robbms of Wichita, Harvey West, pastor of Glendale ~oage msc ~Tl(lay rate. to-wit: ........ ',- . .. spent a few days this weekvisit-church, preached at the Prairie ~vnss ~,oyce ~'la~ oruenver, Ker worx on ~on~ay g om ann Mrs Foul The North Thirty feet (30) of ..... ing relatives and friends here~xVale church Sunday morning worn., spen~ several oays recently A" "l 2 1941 " " Mr and Mrs Mort Hadley" and Lot (10)and all of the lots with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Roy -- P~* ' " d ~" " " .... Y- "*~ b~ Eleven (11) and Twelve (12) in ... _ augn~er, ~esme, tOOK runner w,~, Ve Block Seventy (70) in the City of Coldwater, Comanche County, ~'m~L VALLEY FLATS ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Myers Sun- " Kansas. , , Mr~ and Mrs-ClarkGregoryand By Mrs. S. Enos Miller. day, it being Mr. Myers' birthday. The South. Half (~) of the M;/ty Grreg:r~enfW~cYa;=a w~:r~ Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Keltner visit- . Wayne Kropf has been rock fern Southeast Quarter (SE~A) of "Section Thirty-one (31) and the recent guests of Mr and Mrs ed at the Willis Bratcher home ~ew clays. "" ..... nor and Mrs Gurney Hadley and We~t Half (W%) of the South- Lloyd Marsh ~a~ ~unaay. west Quarter (SW) of Section - " ...... ^ o^~ . ~.^ ..Iva Hadley went to Pratt Friday Mrs Au ust in Mrs ~.yr~.~ o~..wei~zer, w,,u i~ ..... ...... attendin-school at Hess" n "" a also VlSl~ea in l-lavllana Thlrty-two (32) all in To.ship g Kam ska and Mrs. " an ....... Thirty (,30) South of Range Art rtumes~on were in Anthony g ~o , ~ans., ...... Nineteen (19) West of the 6thlast Wednesday spent the week end with her par- ,.,~?s t~osa|le ~unag~n went. to --' --" " ..... en*~ wmoom weonesaay ~o visi~ her P. M. in Kiowa Cotmty, Kansas.miss rmrence ~imsey or rlazel- --" .......... Lots Three (3) and Four (4) ton spent the week end with Mrs Miss Florence Selzer and Mr. and s~der, ~vlrs. mann Myers. _~ne pmn- and the East Half (E) of the L}oyd Mitchell near Aetna. Mrs. Eli Bontrager and son, all of :~ b:igO ~n ~:M:peKa :rnursaay Southwest Quarter (SW~) of Section Seven (7) in Township Mrs J J Swartz of Hazelton Hutchinson, visited at the Alvin ~ . " " "l~Irty-one (31) Sottth of Range Karts., accompanied Mrs. Roy Platt Selzer home last Sunday. ~7~g~Fnr]endl" Class met at the ThirtF-one (31) West of the 6th to Nowata, Okla., to visit relatives The Ladies a capella chorus of h ' " "" Y ......... P. M, h~ Seward County, Kansas .... Hesston colle e av ome or ~r. ann ~rs. ~aor~ rtaa- several nays rest week g g e a program ........ ~s three (3) a~tcl Four (4) ....... " Friday -i ........... icy ms~ ~'riaay evening ~vlrs ~aaie y n gn~ at tne ~v, ennomte ~urk ~nlelas IS moving h,is fam- " McKinn h " " -" -- " and the South Half (S) of the church There were 20 young ladms ey was oszess, ann a~ou~ above n, amed Court on the 12th-~ Northwest Quarter (NW~) of fly from Lake City to the Crane ' I- w r " the direct r o e e present, day of March, 1941, against the .~ ~lon Five (5) in Township ranch, o and a chaperon, also A,~] ~ .... above named defendants for fore- Physician and Surgeon Thirty-two (32) South of Range ---March 31, 1941 three driVers, in the group. -- ,. .... ~va~. closure of the mortgage in favor Up-to-date equipped office Thirty-three (33) West of the " --------o-o 6tl~ P. M. in Seward County, Kan- in N-..T,',iMi~er h as2een s:ck' hay- An old of the Home O~a;ners' Loan Cor- --el "" " m umng ~ ray poration, a corporation, Plaintiff ~ " " San .................... . celebrated their golden weddingfor the following sums: Coldwater, Karts. Lots One (I) and Two (2) and ~w ~ ~ux~ Mr. ann ~rs. ~mrence ~onara ...... the South Half of the Northeast Mrs. E. F. Harper, Phone 6-F-14 motored to Inder~nd~n~ w~ ....anniversary recenuy. Tne recoras $1231.79 with interest at 5% per Quarter (NE~) of Section Six Monda to at~ ~':''~'"~' "--'Y"ff" show that they are on old-age as- annum from February 23, 1940; Dn IL M PL-- , y tena the funeral or a $3.00 with interest at 5% per n, . ~r~ (6) in Township Thirty-two (32)Mrs. Ed Rathbun and Mr. and . sistance One son who came for the annum from December 17, 1940; Veterinary remtive on Tuesday ~outh of Range Thirty-three (33) Mrs. Con Kirk have been helping Martin ""eb -- : . . .. celebration flew here in his own $84.23 with interest at 5% per ....... West of the 6th P. M. in Seward w s~er *s sicx a~ mis UIIICe rnone County, Kansas. the Kirk boys, Harry and Earl, ,~,~ plane from Chicago; another cameannum from March 28, 1940; me e. They now have about all ........... in a bi~, Packard automobile $39.65 with interest at 5% per Protection, Kans. THE COURT WILL ~YRTHER th,*tr +h~ ....... ~ riaro~a Mnler neiped Chester . .. . ~ "-- annum from September 27, 1940; ORDER AND DECREE, that the .... ~ ......... Ba ..... -- ~awrence t)utlooK. $31.53 with interest at 5% per interests of the said plaintiff, Wes- We had another fine rain last .... annum from November 28, 1940; PRO~IONAL EYE CARE ~r and ~rs l-larry Hough vis,t You c e lflyCurry, .be an undivided one]thir- week but the weather has turneded thei" "' " - an tak a plug horse, hire and for the costs of this gction and r aaughter, Mrs Clark Weball the r ty.sixth interest; tha~ the" m~eres~ off to be fine sunshiny weather-- . " t a'ners, put all the gadgets foreclosure of mortgage ..... beef thean saidundividedPlaintiff,one~thirty.stxthRalph Curry. almost like spring was here. s~er, and Mr. Webster and dough, you can find on him and every- asSaidthe propertyreal propertYof saidwilldefendantsbe sold f~-~7/~m~~.~//,,.ff_~f~.#,~fj]//~ ] ~er on Sunaay thi interest .and that the .interest of James E. Small visited at the E. . " ng science has to offer, and and will be sold to satisfy said \V~',~L,.~g~v~r~,,#,$4~#,~ Mr and Mrs Allen Cline and th the said defendant, Harvey cUr~n., F. Harper home from Saturday '.. " en put him on the race track and judgment and costs of action. ~ J ~ an undivided onelthirty-sixth n- son v~sited at Harold Miller's Sun teres~ and that the interest of the evening until Monday. Mr. Smalld fte " he still will come in last. And that G.W. WILLIAMS .... , ..... Said defendant Mrs. Edgar Hale be and Mr. and Mrs. Harper also ~ ax rno~n. .goes for education. --- Charley Sheriff of Comanche County, Kans. - .... ~ undivided onelthirty sixth in-visited with Harold Harper Sunday .. : " " , s ey in the Great Bend Trib- RICH & RICH, rarest and that the interest of the afternoon caliea at S. E. Miller s Mondayune Attorneys for Plaintiff. 34-38. Phone 37 Greensburg, Karts, afternoon said Carlyle Olson ,be an undivided Mrs. Harris Meers is visiting M ' _ . ....----U'--~. _. ~]elghteenth interest; and thatwith Mr. and Mrs James McCay rs. (:~ester Baker visited with r~eaa me ads in me ~tar. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, interest of the said defendant,- - .- " ........ Mrs Truman Selzer Thursday ,, Dorothy Ols~n Bryant be an u~ann sons ann omer rrierms. ,ney afte'nr con --- ..... * Help your teeth shlno hko the * ~ded oneleighteenth interest anmade a trip to Garden City Sun- " " . _ * " * - D.D. Miller's too~ dinner Sunday | , ... u,e Calox Tooth Powder . that the interest of the said de- any. atthe --NOTICE--- ****************** ****** ***** ~** :~fendant, W. D. Olson be an un- Hubert Deyoe visited with Ed- . Chas. Schweitzer home. Caterpillar Tractor and Road ~pril 2, 1941 ward Carleton Sunday afternoon. [ M~dnery Dwner~ ~ Many of Hollywood, brishte,t ,tar, use Calox to help brins ~,le interest of Bessie {Retherford be an undivided onelninth interest J.W. Carleton is having his kafir LOOKOUT ITEMS | I want to announce that I am ~ out the natural lustre o| their teeth--and yon can rely on m~d that the interest of the said , " .... " By Mrs. Helen Parker. | n pe ati g rp ~ Calox too. Pure, wholesome, pleasant4astin~ approved by