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4 THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATER, KANSAS Friday, April 4, 1941 ...... WESTERN STA " .... T ..... ' R ...... SAN A FEHAS REAL MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS CHIROPRACTIC CRIPPLED Mr. and Mrs. C. Beitler of St. Mrs, H. V. Butcher, Ward H. [ STAR DUST I THINKER ON l~S BOARD The Presbyterian Women's Mis- CHILDREN'S CLINIC ' John were looking after matters at ]Butcher and Merle T. Butcher, ] BY W. H.B. ~ J In electing Richard W. Robbins, sionary Society met in the church the Beitler farm in this county on of Belvidere, to the board of direc- parlor Tuesday afternoon, March Will be held during the State 25. The meeting was opened by Chiropractic Convention in Dodge - ]~Utors and Owners. The devil is not even watching tors of the Atchison, Topeka &singing,"Hark! The V,oiceof City, Kans., and will be free to all ~te~ as second-class matter, the man who is mean to his wife. Santa Fe railroad, stockholders of AUgUSt 16, 1884, at the post office at Coldwater, Kansas, under the The only reason some people go this major transportation system Jesus Calling, followed by prayer crippled children on Friday, April Act of March 3, 1879. to church on Sunday is becatFse have secured the services of an ad- by Mrs. B. F. Arnold. ~ :11 from one to five p. m., at the they think if they have served the vanced thinker in transportation. Mrs. R. C. Coles read exc.rpts Lore Locke Hatel. SUBSCRIPTION RATES devil six days a week, thatis Robbins was for a number of years from a letter from Mrs. Owens. The children will be examined $@~0 per year, payable in advance, enough, president of the Transcontinental _one of our missionaries who is by three nationally known Chrio- , & Western Air, retiring in 1935. home from the field in China on practic Specialists Dr. Jas. J. The trouble with Vice President Dick Robbins was born on a account of illness. Slocum,'Research Director, Nat- Wallace when he was absent from ranch 49 years ago overlooking the The topic for the month was tonal Chiropractic Association, Des duty recently at the time of a Chikaskia river in southern King- "Japan" and "Foreigners in Moines, Iowa, Dr. J. Janse, Dean crucial vote in Congress was that man county. His father, W. W- America." The leader was Mrs. of the National College of Chiro- he was eating duck instead of talk- Robbins, was a banker at Norwich, Will Avery. A call to worship was practic of Chicago, Dr. Francis J. ing turkey, opening the institution soon after read responsively and an evening Kolar of Wichita. --o-- the town was organized and remain- prayer was read in concert. The In order that you may be waited Rev. Earl Livengood of Wilmore ing as president until his death, hymn, "0 Worship the King" was upon, all registrations must be in WOULD PENSION THE says that when he was growing up He started to school in a rural dis- sung. between now and April 10 at the TAXPAYER the moon was considered as merely trict and then went to the Norwich Mrs. Kirk gave a short talk on offices of Drs. Hamilton, Norris, Vine Dine, or Dr. Meers. All cases a gadget which hung in the sky to schools graduating from high Japenese Missions and Our New will be referred to the doctor of About everybody excepting tax- s~hrt conversation at crucial me- school at Hartford, Conn., where. American Neighbors, and offered payers and newspaper men have ments, his father lived before moving to prayer for our missionary to be re- your choice together with their been pensioned in one way or an- --o-- Kansas. His uncle, E. H. Robbins. membered this month, findings. .os. other, either directly or indirectly. Our vote for the best. paragraph was an attorney for the New Have~l Mrs. Willard reported on Stew- COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN, w=terbury, So house bill No. 406 {even though of the month goes to Austin Butch- railroad.. He finished his education ardship, "Inquiries Into the Earn- Dr. C. W. Meets it was introduced evidently for the er of Altoona, who really knows amusement and entertainmer~t of the female of the species. He says: the members of the Kansas legis- "A woman never starts throwing iature) introduced in the present things until she is so mad she session of the legislature by Mr. can't see straight." Fowler of Butler county, gives the A farmer, whose principal claim bestruggled taxpayer a hope of re- to being a cowman lies in his wear- ward. Even ,though it be a false hope it is ,better than no hope at ing cowboy boots, last fall picked l ~tll. out a bunch of feeder cattle which have turned out to be mostly can- We publish the bill for the enter- tatnment of the readers of this hers. "He thinks with his feet," snorts his wife in disgust. editorial column, and to give the ----O-O" more thaughtful something to A THERMOMETER IN THE ponder on in regard to just how LIVING ROOM ? far the ends of justice can reach. House Bill No. 406 byFowler In every household there should follows: be a thermometer to regulate ac- AN ACfP providing for the pen- curately the heat of the living sloning of taxpayers, room. The best temperature is in Whereas, In recent years it has the neighborhood of 68 degrees. If become the accepted governmental you are working around in the practice to provide pensions, assis- house you can have the tempera- lance and aid of various kinds tolure three or four degrees lower. various and sundry classes Qf cit- If you are sitting quietly, there is izens of the state and coun~ and no objection to an increase of a ~ Whereas, There is one group few degrees, but it need not rise which has been sadly neglected into more than 72 degrees. Bear in this new program of furnishing mind that there is much more assistance, aid and pensions, name- comfort in a room at 68 with a ly the poor overWorked and over- reasonable amount of moisture in ~mrdened taxpayer; and the air than in one at 75 degrees in Whereas, It is fitting and prop- which the air is baked dry. er and timely that some steps In dry air the moisture of your should be taken to care for that body is being stolen from you worthy and admirable class of per- constantly. The radiation gives you Sons who have for many years had a sense of chilliness even if the the distinction of ~being known as temperature should be comfortably ~yers; and high. So keep your air both fresh Whereas, The taxpayers have hnd moderately warm if you would been contributing to the govern- be comfortable. Fresh air carries merit, ~both state and national, for moisture and thus an open window years and as a result are entitled is the best way to moisten your to the generosity of a state which living room atmosphere.--Christ. has adopted the policy of making mas Seal Doctor. life "Just a bowl of cherries'~, and o-> WTtereas, Many taxpayers are ill-Mrs. Clarence Henderson and clothed, ill-fed and ill-housed: daughter, Imogene, of Canon City, Now, therefore, Colo., and an,other daughter, Mrs. Earl Good, and two sons of Be it enacted by the L~gislature of the State of Kansas: Haggard, Kans.,' and Russell Os- bourn of Cimarron, Kans., visited Section 1. That every person who in Coldwater ,Thursday of last has paid taxes in the state of Kan- week at the O. M. Osbourn home. sas for a period of at least one year, and who has reached the ripe Mrs. Bessie Kackelman of St. old age of fifty-five, upon filing Johh is now employed as a nurse appltcaion therefor with the state in the Stafford hospital and her social wc4fare board, shall be paid daughter, Miss Phyllis Jeffries, a monthly pension of not less than has gone to California to spend the seventy-five dollars a month. Allsummer with her sister, Mrs. L. W. such pensions shall be paid from Davis, and family. the state school aid fund and no liens shall attach to the property If you want to reacrt the homes, of any person so receiving a pen- place your ads In the Star, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heeke re- sion, nor shall any recovery clause ................................................... be awplieable to any person so re- (First published in the Western ceived a visit over the last week eeiving such a pension.--ClarkStar on Friday, April 4, 1941.) end from Mrs. Heeke's mother, County Clipper. NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE Mrs. Simpson, of Spearville, Kans. Public notice is hereby given that Monday. o-o under and by virtue of a judgment Last Sunday evening Eyman rendered in the District Court of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Barnhart re- Pl~bus brought Mrs. Phebus home Comanche County, Kansas and ofceived a visit last Sunday from col. from Pratt, where she had beenan Order of Sale issued out of the Clerk's office of said Court and lege classmates, Mr. and Mrs. receiving treatment for her dated the 3rd day of April, Ke.nneth P. White, and their sons, asthma; and Monday morning he 1941, to me directed and delivered Paul and Lee, of Kingsdown. took her to a specialist at Okla- in an action theredn pending in --- ~oma City for the same trouble, which the Plaintiff was the Barber Miss Margaret Peer, daughter of She will remain there foe a week County Building & Loan Associa- Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Peer of this tion and Fern Kehl, was Defendant, city, is rmw employed in Dodge at least, being Case No. 4082, I will on the ~-- ' 6th. day of May, 1941, at the City. Frank Kimple and Miss Gen- hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of ~ ~ evieve drove to Hays the latter said day at the West front door at Yale, graduating from that insti- tution in 1923. Entering the manufacturing business he went to Pittsburg and became president of the Inland Manufacturing company there. From the Inland company he went to TWA, the Lindbergh line. Years ago his family purchased a ranch at Belvidere which was en- larged from time to time and fol- lowing his retirement as head of TWA he went to the ranch where with his brothers he engaged in ranching and livestock business, ac- quiring another ranch in Oklahoma. The Belvidere ranch was famou,~ for-years for poultry production. He became interested in national and state problems and when the Kansas Industrial Development commission was created, Gov. Payne Rather appointed him a member. That was in 1939. In 1940 he became chairman of the com- mission. He also is chairman of the Midwest Defense e~nference~which has been active in securing-pre- paredness contracts for midw~t- ern states. ~ecently Alice Lightner, of Guymon, Okla.. were married. They are making their home at Belvidere. The Rob- bins ranch interest acquired the old Frank Rockefeller ranch east of Belvidere and the Robbins family made their homeat the Rockefeller ranch house until it burned. His mother, who formerly lived at Harper in her childho~:/. spends part of her time with her sons at Belvidere. Her home is at Miami, Fla. Edward C. Robbins, formerly a United States army officer who was in the World war and taught Wendell Willkie military tactics and schooled the GOP presidential nominee in army life, is at the ranch as i3 another brother, Martin H. William, an attorney in Wash- ington, D. C. Mrs. Florence Koger. his sister, resides at Manhattan where her sons attend school.-- Wichita Eagle. ~3-O A surprise dinner was given for Dean Hopkins of Protection last Sunday at the V. K. Blackard home in this city, in honor of Dean's birthday, which came on the fol- lowing Tuesday. ing, Spending, and Giving of Mon- ey." Mrs. Frank Weber sang a solo, "Be Near Me Father." An interesting and instructive dramatization, "Samplers" was given by Mesdames Ehrlich, Lyon, Gregg, Coles, Jaquiss, Darroch, Avery and Arnold. Mrs. R. C. Coles installed the new officers for the year begin- ning April 1. The meeting closed with prayer. During the social hour the host- esses, Mesdames Frank Dale, Pep- perd and Frank Todd served re- freshments of light and dark cake and coffee. Reporter. ~o-o-- Melba Larkin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Larkin, and Patty Zielke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zielke, had their tonsils re- moved at the Shelley hospital on Thursday. Neal Young recently purchased the former Newton half-section of land in Avilla township and will move thereto soon. / 113 Walnut Street, Dodge City, Kansas. WITH EVERY WEEK THE NATION'S CAPITAL capital, today the world's news center. departments. Complete, unbiased, non-partisan, ,:,ectarian, dependable--gives both sides. ;catures. World's oldest, most-read news weekly at one-fourth the cost of others. Furnishes clean, reliable ~,~ ~eading for the entire family. This Newspaper & one PATHFINDER year 0nly $ 2.64 I part of last week and brought of the Comanche County Court- house, situated in the City of Cold- home Miss Margaret and a sororitywater, Kansas, offer at public sale sister, Miss Lenore Ramsey, who for cash in hand all of the follow- message to you who spent the week end at the Kimple ing described real estate situated suffer periodic home. in Comanche County, Kansas, to- ~. wit: See the New Corona typewriter Lot One (1) and the South Half (S) of LOt Two (2) in at the Star office, or, better still. Block Four (4) in Coldwater, try it, without any obligation, in Kansas. your own home. Said property will be sold in sat- isfactton of a judgment rendered Read the Star ads, in said action in favor of the Bar- and ber County. Building & Loan As- ' sociation against the Defendant. "WEAKNESS" Fern Kehl, on the 12th day of March, 1941, in the sum of $1,683.14 READ EV~Y WORDt You women by nature often have delicate con- with interest thereon at the rate sutuuona and because of this suffer of 10% per annum from March monthly pain and distress. Maybe you've noticed YOURSELF getting 12th, 1941, and for taxes, costs cran~y, depressed, nervous at such wRhFourhomemerchanta, and accruing costs in said action times? at the above time and place with- Then try Lydla E. Pinkl~m's Veg- etable Compound--famous for over TheF help pay the tmm~ out appraisement, half a century In helping calm wom- ~-p up the ~hool~ build WITNESSETH: My hand at my en's upset nerves, relieve monthly pain (cramps. headache, backache), office in Coldwater, Kansas, on and weag, dizzy spells, due to and make this ~ ~o~ this 3rd day of April, 1941. monthly functional disturbances. G.W.-W'ILIJAMS, Plnkham'~, Compound---made especially /or ~omvn- has helped m~m'~ worth wh[1~. 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