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, 1941i .day, September 5, 1941. THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATER, KANSA I I I I II III { I Page 3 I i cmmTLN cmc Norm Bible school at 10 a. m. C. E. meeting, 7 p. m. Mid-week service, Wednesday, 8p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD TABERNACLE M. M. Anspaugh, Pastor. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. C. H. Herd, Superintendent. Classes for all ages. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Christ Ambassadors service 7 P. m. Alva Jay Swarner, presi- dent. Junior Ambassadors at same hour. Betty Herd leader. Evening worship, 8 p. m. Btbl study and prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p. m. The-public is cordially invited to all our services. TI]IE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH George H. De Boer, Pastor Our Invitation. Come to the Church on Main today: To worship God, to sing, and pray, To hear what Holy Writ doth say, o find the Life, the Truth, the Way. Our Aim. 2"0 reach all those who are in need, :To teach the truth where'er it lead, To preach the Christ in word and deed_ This is our task, and this our creed. Our Slogan. In forty-one and forty-two GOd's Kingdom work we strive o do! aV Kingdom Come. The nation-wide theme of the Presbyterian church in the U. S. A. is,-'q'hy Kingdom Come." All Services and activities during this new church year will center about theme. In keeping with this the pastor will speak morning at 11 o'clock on uisites of the Kingdom: RePentance for the Kingdom." At the evening service at eight he  speak on, "Prerequisites of Kingdom: Wanting the King- dcrn2, lqamdng Coerenee All elders and all committee are reminded to set aside Sunday. afternoon for the aaual planning conference at two O'clock in .the church, parlors. Next Sunday will be given over to the evatuation of last year's pro- gram, and the following Sunday Will be devoted to outlining the church program for the coming Mid-week Ashram. i. The mid-week Ashram will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the manse. All are urged to take advantage of this opportunity for spiritual growth and develop- rnent. Choir , The choir will rehearse Wed- neSday evening at eight in the church parlors. All who enjoy lrticipating in he fellowship of and enjoy singing are .urged join in our ministry of music. ere a Welcome Awaits You" H. E. Mickeison, Minister. Stmday, I0 a. , Sunday school Sson subject, "A Message to uted Churches. Scripture lesson, Rev :I-11. d 11 a. m., morning worship. uet, Arvilla Mickelson and "W Plank. Sermon subject, 8t:g With God" Text, Ps , 7:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor. riltural contest, John 9. 7:30 dy p" m., Through the Bible class. Scripture lesson, Jhua 13-24. Leade, Iris .Hadley, p. se00lce, mort subject, A Leprous an General's Humiliation." ,T ----'2 Kings 5:1-14. ,eaesday, 8:30 p. m. Mad- '", Prayer meeting. The Par- eS Of Jesus, XlI. "How to be y.,,  '[editatton: It is a peculiar quality of a fool to perceive the fattl of others, and to forget his Win. E. Callahan. Pastor. SUnday school I0  m.' PwOrth Leagues at 6:30 p. m. ]entng worship at 7:30 p. m. e Winfield District Confer- eee and the W. at Arkansas Ci S'tF, C. S. will meet   day, septem. Wednesday, Choir rehearsal Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Man" is ,the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in Churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world, on Sunday, September 7. The Golden .Text is: "Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God" (I John 3:1). Among the ctations which com. prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "The Spirit itself beareth witness with our Spirit, that we are the chil- dren of God" (Romans 8:16). The lesson-sermon also includ- es the following passages from the Christian Science t e x t b o o k, "Science and Health with Key to the Scr,iptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "Man is the family name for all ideas,--the sons and daughters of God . . . Thb Scrip- tures infore us ,that man is made in the image and likeness of God" (pp. 515, 475). If you would ask me, my defin- ition of an old maid would be a woman who still has money in her purse at the end of the month. Downs News. WEATH]ER FOR AUGUST Ma Mlr Rain Fri., August 1 .... 97 70 .00 Sat., August 2 .... 71 98 .00 Sun., August 3 .... 100 72 .00 Mon., August 4 .. 99 71 .00 Tues., August 5 .. 98 72 .00 Wed., August 6 .. 95 70 .00 Thurs., August 7 92 70 .00 Fri., August 8 .... 89 65 .00 Sat., August 9 .... 93 67 .00 Sun., August 10 .. 94 71 .00 Mon., August 11 101 75 .00 Tues., August 12 95 49 .12 Wed., August 13 78 65 .00 Thurs., August 14 94 65 .00 Fri,, August 15 .. 98 67 .00 Sat., August 16 .. 99  .00 Sun., August 17 .. 102 68 .00 Mon., Attgst 18 96 70 .15 Tues., August 19 90 63 .00 Wed., August 20 95 61 .00 Thurs., August 21 88 61 .41 Fri., August 22 90 65 .02 Sat., August 23 91 66 .00 Sun., Attust 24 24 61 .03 Man., August 25 I00 68 .00 Tues., August 26 92 65 .00 Wed., August 27 86 65 .00 Thurs., August 28 92 61 .00 Fri., August 29 96 69 .00 Sat., August 30 96 72 .00 Sun., August 31 95 70 .00 Total rainfall for the month was 0.73 inches. O-O'-- If you won't write send the Star. imagine me, steering a Destroyer[ "And i've had two pay raises in only eight months! I'U say Farm Bureau News Poison Grasshoppers Before Seeding Wheat. Poison bait may be used to re- duce and in many ,cases to en- tirely eliminate grasshopper dam- age to fall seeded wheat. Grass- hoppers relish young tender wheat and if there are any hoppers near fall seeded wheat, they can be Poisoned the grasshopper bait available through the local farm bureau office. In xost cases the hoppers are now in the weeds and other cover at the edge of the field to Lbe seeded to wheat. Poison bait scattered around the edge of this cover will kill most hoppers if properly prepared and scattered. Every one interested in secur- ing poison bait is requested to bring three empty gunny sacks to exchange for each 100 pounds of bait desired. 100 pounds should scatter at least a half-mile strip. New Eden Unit. A most delicious luncheon featuring ,the use of milk and eggs in the diet was the high- light of the August meeting of the New Eden Community Club. Mrs. Walter Alexander was host- ess and Mrs. Frank Todd lesson leader. During the lunch hour the you can't beat Uncle Sam's Navy!" U couldn't ask for a greater thrill than t which a fellow gets when he comes back home wearing a trim Navy uniform The folks crowd around. They all want to know where you've been, what you've done And man, do you have stories to tell! GREATEST LIFE IN THE WORLD You're proud. And you should be. For you've been leading the greatest life in the worM. And it's a thrill to tell about it, too. A thrill to see the admiration in the eyes of the One and onlyGirl as you tell about the first time you eteamd a Destroyer. Or handled a P.T. Boat at more than 45 miles per hour. Or stepped out in fint of your shipmates to receive your first promotion. And with that promotion came an increase in pay. And there were more to come. Second Class. First Clam. And then Chief Petty Officer. Many might even go to Annapoli Or to Pensacoh with the flying cadets! Exciting? You bet, and fun too. Something doing all the time. Real he-man's stuff. Box- ing. Baseball Football Swimming. AND MOVIES... previews, too! dishes served were thorougfily dis- cussed. In the afternoon the business meeting was conducted. Roll call was answered by 16 members and 3 visitors. Willing Workers 4-H. At the Willing Workers 4-H meeting, roll call was answered by what we exhibited at the fair and how we placed. We were led in singing by Marcella Millam. Jack Millam gave a talk on shampooing hair, which was fol- lowed by recreation and adjourn- ment. :.-. . LOOK WHAT THE U. S. NAVY AND NAVAL RESERVE OFFER YOU FREE TRAINING worth $1500. Nearly 50 trades and vocations to choose from. GOOD PAY with regular inceasee. You may earn up to $126 a month. EACH YEAR you are entitIed to a generous vacation period, with full pay. GOOD FOOD and plenty of it. FREE CLOTIflNG. A complete outfit of cloth- ing when you firsteniist. (Over $100 worth.) " FREE MEDICAL CARE., including regular den- tal attention. FINEST SPORTS and entertainment any man could ask for, TRAVEL, ADVENTURE, THRILLS--You can't beat the Navy for them [ BECOME AN OFFICER. Many can work for an appointment to the Naval Academy or the Annapolis of the Air at Pensacola. FUTURE SUCCESS. It's easy for Navy trained men to get good-paying jobs in civil life. LIBERAL RETfflEMENT-PAY for regular Navy Inen. FR[E TRAINING WORTH SIS00 And all this time you're taking care of your future! The Navy said, "Pick a trade--we can me&_e you an expert." And they gave you nearly 50 skilled rades and vocations to choose from: Radio expert, mchinit, welder, aviation mechanic, dental technician, dec- triciantomentibn a few. Yes, training that would be worth $1500 to you in one year's time. Training that will assure you of a well-paid job in civil life. Yet you get paid while learning--get your keep and a complete outfit of d0thing free. Champion Coyote Trapper. John Pickens, who trapped coyotes in Comanche county last winter, set a new yearly record. During 1941 he has trapped 387 coyotes in nine counties in Okla- homa. This record makes him he chan1ion coyote trapper in the United States. His headquarters are at Cheyenne, Okla. Read the ads in the Star I I II Each year the finest horses, mules, sheep, cattle and hogs compete in the State's biggest livestock slmw the livestock show at the official Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, An increase in livestock prices and feed prospects indicate the largest livestock show in tire history of the Fair. The 1941 Fair will be Sept, 14th through the 19th, .................... --L  ............. -- ............. .L_ Where else in the world are there such opportunities "for thrill, for fun, for a future as in Uncle Sam's Navy ? 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