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ilmm A regional filmmaker will re- turn to southwestern Kansas this summer to film the historic drama 'Rabbits,' a suspense film about an isolated farmer living on the Kansas prairie in 1914. Directed by Patrick Clement, formerly the managing editor of the Kiowa County Signal News- paper in Greensburg, 'Rabbits' tells the story of a lonely farmer, grieving from the death of his wife. "I certainly raised some Ivy League eyebrows when I in- sisted on shooting in south- western Kansas," said Clement, a current MFA candidate at Co- lumbia University's acclaimed Film Directing Program in New York City. "But they have never College Parents! Carl 582-2101 to get your student a free student susbscription to Jlcstern Star It's free to all South Central High School, Coldwater High School, or Protection High School graduates who are full-time students in any college, university, or vo-tech school. watched a sunset in Belvidere, driven through the sand hills at dawn or had a steak at Buster's. They are missing out." Clement's previous film ' Somewhere Between Freedom and Protection, Kansas' was filmed in the Comanche and Kiowa County area. It premiered at the Free State Film Festival in 2014, winning the audience award and garnered six award nominations at other festivals -- including Best Director and Best Cinematography. "This region has a unique beauty and visual complexity that elevates stories about the human experience," said Clem- ent. "I have been looking for a reason to come back." Director Patrick Clement is a graduate of LA Valley College in Los Angeles and the Univer- sity of Kansas Film Studies Pro- gram. In 2012 he won seven Kan- sas Press Association Awards of Excellence for his work as the Editor of the Kiowa County Sig- nal, in Greensburg. He has pub- lished two books on photogra- phy; a collection of rural Kan- sas snapshots and a selection of unpublished portraits of au- thor William S Burroughs. Currently he is researching his biography of Garden City Photographer Frank "FD" DaiIy SpeciaIs June 2- 9 Comein and check out our seatiag! Fri ........ Pork Chops with Cole Slaw & Corn on the Cob Sat ....................................... Club Sandwich with Chips Mon ................. Chicken Salad on a Croissant with Fruit Tues .................... Double Decker Tacos or Taco Salad Wed ................................. Hamburger with Potato Salad DineAn or Carry43ut Available Senior Menu (620) Winter Hours: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. & 5-7 p.m. 138 Main Coldwater National Advertising Representative Kansas Press Assoc., Inc. 5423 S.W. 7th St. Topeka, KS 66606 Dennies D. Andersen, Editor/Publisher Entered as periodicals class matter since August 10, 1884, at ~ i the Post Office of Coldwater, Kansas 67029, under the Act of ~ "~ March 3, 1879, by The Western Star, Inc., 113 S. Central, ][ Coldwater, KS 67029. Periodicals class postage paid at 1'~| Coldwater, Kansas 67029. ~ ,~ Published weekly every Thursday at Coldwater, Kansasll~ | Phone No. (620) 582-2101. Largest circulation in this trade | "~ territory. A consolidation of 12 newspapers. ~ Annual subscription rate is $28 in Kansas (including tax), and A\ I[ $30 out of state. Add $1 extra for part of a year. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Western Star, Box 518, Coldwater, Kansas 67029-0518. Conard and attending the pres- tigious film directing program at Columbia University in New York City. ierry Dean Jerry Dean Ferrin, age 63, passed away suddenly at his home on May 20, 2016. He was born on August 2, 1952, at Comanche County Hos- pital,Coldwater. In 1966,his fam- ily moved from Wilmore, Kansas to Tucson, Arizona, where he resided until his death. Jerry was a veteran serving in the U.S. Navy from 1974 to 1980. He had worked at Magma Copper Mine in San Manuel; and United Parcel Service for 20 years. He was well known for his work with poetry, gemstones, pottery, sculptures, music, pho- tography, and genealogy. Jerry contributed many photographs for the book 6Comancbe County in Pictures6 published in 1988. The RootsWeb website for Co- manche County, Kansas, along with other websites, were created by Jerry. Jerry was preceded in death by his brother, Brent, and his father, Wendel. He is sur- vived by his mother, Alice Norton Bergeman and her hus- band, Don; his brother, Darrell; his sister, Janet Nachreiner and her husband, Mike; a niece and nephew, other family, and many friends. Graveside service with full military honors were Tuesday, May 31, 2016, at South Lawn Cemetery, Tucson, Ariz. June 6-10 Mmlay Lemon Baked Fish Marinated Pork Roast Parslied Potatoes Carrots Whole Wheat Roll Strawberry Short Cake Tuesday Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Toss Salad Green Beans Garfic Bread Fruit Cocktail Wednesday Roast Turkey with Cranberry Sauce Sweet Potatoes Brussel Sprouts Bun Mandarin Oranges Thursday Barbecued Pulled Pork Potato Wedges Creamy Coleslaw Bun Peaches Friday Chicken Strips Beets Spinach Salad Whole Wheat Roll Rosy Applesauce Holly Harshberger and Steven Westrup Harshberger, Westrup Anounce Engagement Scott and Connie Westrup ofdegree in Animal Science. He Protection are pleased to an- lives in Sterling, and is employed nounce the engagement of their by John Wilkey. son Steven Roy Westrup to The bride-to-be is a 2014 Holly Rae Harshberger, the graduate of Meade High School. daughter of Kenneth and Lisa She is currently attending Ster- Harshberger of Meade. ling College where she will Steven is a 2012 graduate of graduate with a degree in El- South Central High School. ementary Education. He recently graduated from The couple will be married Kansas State University with a July 16, 2016 in Meade. will be gathering at the Comanche County Fairgrounds Every Thursday evening through the summer with All things horseback for All levels of riders -- Roping to Barrels to Cutting -- Cattlewill be available from 6:30 p.m. Come when you want Open to all riders -- No Charge/ And don't forget our Monday night services at the Coldwater Veterans' Building. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. with worship service at 7 p.m. Tell it with an ad in Call today 10i