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e 8. THE WESTERN STAR. COI.J)WATER, KANSAS Friday, September 5, day from their trip through the AUTHOR'S CLUB MEETS NOTICE See the New Corona eastern part of the U.S. SEPTEMBER 13 TO 14 Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Riner FACT AND Those having books or money at the Star office, or, better try it, without any obl, i motored to Hutchinson over the FICTION Two Day Meeting at Eagle for books left at the book ex- your own home. Canyon Ranch Near Mulinville. change, please call at the Brewer LOOKOUT ITEMlS week end. By Mrs. Helen Parker. The neighbors gathered at the  The 7th District Authors' Club, dig store Saturday afternoon, Collier Flats school house Friday of which Mrs. Bertha McMillan of September 6, between two and AUTO LOANS Several nice showers have fall- night in a shower for the Lloyd By H. IRVING KiNG Macksville is p:esident, will hold five o'clock and get what belongs Quick Service--Lowest en in this vicinity che past week. Rhodes family, whose houdhold iMcClure Syndicate--WNU Service.} its annual leeting at tile Eagle to you. THE SECURITY FINANCE Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phillips and goods were destroyed by fire Canyon guest ranch two and one- MtS. HAPBAUGH, President (Donald E. Dunn) .TORIES of adventure appealed half miles east and seven miles MhLS. AVERY, Chairman. 5-8 Dodge City, Kansas daughters of Medicine Lodge several weeks ago. They received -" with an ovdrwhelming force to visited Wednesday and Thurs* south of Mullinville. The meeting ,many useful articles, the soul of Margaret Leamington. will .open with a fine program at ........... at the C. C. Peterie home. September 2, 1941. The more bloody and more hair- Miss Faye Roots returned to raising they were the greater their 2:30 p. m. Saturday, September her home in Wichita Wednesday NORTHEAST OF TOWN AND appeal. Even as a little girl she 13. There will be a drive over the after havingspenthesummerat NEW EDENNOTES found herself bored by the Dotty ranch lateinthe afternoon, fol- BUY BINDER TWINE the home of Mr. and rs. C.C. Mrs. E. F. Harper, Phone 6-F-14 Dimple and Little Purdy series and lowed by a pioneer- "chuck wagon Peterie. would surreptitiously procure col- supper" in the canyons. The big Mss Marjorie Neukirch, Ernest. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Jordan ulnesofhigh-spicedliterature, which NOW Parker, Kenneth Hackney and spent the week end visiting their were .taken away from her when- ranch house will accomodate @r. and Mrs. Horace Prker at- son, I4_rold. and fmnily of Con- ever she was caught reading them, quite a number for the night, and the removal being accompanied by arrangoments for others will be tended the eharivari on Mr. and way Springs, then drove on to see a lecture on total depravity and, like made in Mullinville. Breakfast and Hurry and get your binder twine now w'hile you Mrs. Jim Haas last Thursday their daughter and husband in as not, some sharp raps over the dinner will be served at the ranch, call be sure of getting it. evening. Wichita. knuckles, with a 10 o'clock morning and an Mrs. Maxirm Pieratt and son, By the time she reached marri- afternoon program Sunday, clos- We have five different grades and prices to Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Parker visit- Charles Lee, f'om Texas, and ageable age she had discarded the choose from. ed Friday in Kiowa. ing about 4:30 p. m. Harold Dwayne &Iodgson visited Mrs. Nadine Schmidt of Anthony pirate and train-robber as being-- a few days with his uncle, Ken- are spending the week With their while in many respects wholly de- Reservations for the night and lightful--decidedly bad form and, on meals should be made as long as GOOD USED MACHINERY neth Hackney, and with Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry the whole, hardly calculated to fit m possi, ble in advance, although the See us for used tractors, oneways, plows, listers, Mrs. Horace Parker. Heide. Charles Lee will emain well with any practical scheme of fee for the entire time, $2.25, need Ralph Schultz visited with here to attend school, domestic felicity. But all men of drills and oter used machinery. Bill Hoffman and family and adventure are not criminals: There not be paid until the guests arrive. Warren Wares Saturday. All members of the Author's PhillipandPhyUisSchultzspent Nobel Friend and family spent are someveryrespectablepersons B J HERD in the adventure business. Margaret Club are urged to attend the en- the week end with their cousin, Sunday at the R. A. Squires home. decided to marry one of these, tire session, as there will be some * Wayne Wares. Mrs. Jay Pepperd gave a birth- She wanted a soldier of fortune outstanding authors on the pro- Phone 89 Coldwater, Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Atfred Hodgson day party in honor of her niece, who had fought all over the world gram, and a fine opportunity to and son spent Sunday at Way- Maxgaret Lou, and nephew, under many flags; an explorer who exchange ideas. Bring some of asks. Dwight, Monday evening, had been tortured by Tartars on i Mr. and Mrs. E E. Parker spent Mrs. Clyde Denney and family Mongolian plains or shipwrecked in your work. Sunday at the Bob ]Dvas ranch spent Monday with her parents, the vicinity of the North pole: a big Send reservations direct to Mrs. f , Mr. and Mrs. Jordan. game hunter who had had an arm Benj. O. Weaver, Mullinville. The nea Farry, Okla. and three ribs broken by the charge ranch is off Highway 54, and the Dinner guests at the Horace Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coles, Mr. of a mad elephantsomething like road will be plainly marked. Mul- Parker home Sunday were: Mr and Mrs. Roy Deewall, r. and that. linville is also on the main line of Doughnut Time Is Here and Mrs. G. G. Has, Rosemary Mrs. George Hearldson, Mr. and Ctaxton Simms saw Margaret, ad- the C. R. I. & P., and trains will Beitler. Kenneth Hackney and Mrs. Lacy Rader and Eddie MetE- mired, fell in love and laid siege. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Haas. ker and family ate Sunday supper He soon found out her hobby--in fact, be met if advance notification is Sound good, don't they. They are good when they had been warned of it before and. given, come from the Home Bakery. Check up on that for Esther ,Wares spent the week with Mr. and rs. Bill Hackney. though a modest, retiring sort of --a-o end and Labor Day with her fath- Miss Norine Hackney and Mrs. young man, allowed her to draw out Two months after he had run yourself. Take your choice of Cake or Raised Dough- er and brother, D. A Wares and Dick I-hckney made a business from him some of the particulars over a girl, a motorist married nuts, or the French type or twisted ones--or mix Warren. trip ,to Oklahoma on Thursday of of most romantic and exciting ad- her. If this sort of thing were. them if you like. 25c per dozen. School opened up in ome of last week. ventures in which he diffidently ad- made compulsory, there would be the districts Monday anorning. Paul Tomlin and faintly and mitted he had taken part. When he fewer reckless drivers.Altooa BAR CAKES AT YOUR GROCER talked of his adventures, Margaret Miss Bernice Habaugh of Pro- Bruce Foree and family, all of listened to him with rapt attention, Tribune. tection is teaching Moundridge Wichita, ,spent the week end with giving utterance now and then to You can now get our popular 15c .bar cakes at and Miss Easterly of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hackney. little exclamations of interest and When you address a letter to Okla., is teaching at the Pleasant Mrs. Marvin Belcher and Norine delight. Robert Smith, Kinsley, please in- your grocer's also, when it is more convenient for you. Valley (Lookout) school. Several Hackney were callers of Mrs. M. "The trouble with all you men elude finger prints, the Kinsley For flavorful, golden toast use Coldwater's Home schools have been consolidated E. Jordan and Mrs. Glenn Jordan who have really done things," said Mercury pleads. There are four Bakery Bread, White, Whole Wheat or Half and for this term. Monday evening. Margaret when Caxton balked at re- Robert Smiths getting mail at lating one of his marvelous tales, Kinsley. Miss Mabel Snyder is staying "the trouble with all of you daring BAKERY --eptemqaer 2, 1941. at the Bill Hackney home, while adventurers is that you are so reti- A Marion man who had let the HOME LOWER MULE CREEK she is teaching school at New cent about your exploits. Now you grass in his yard grow too long, By Victor Moores. Eden. know how much I love to hear stir- Phone 25 Coldwater, KansaS Frank Smith and Miss Ethel ---September 2, 1941. ring tales, and I want you to be cut it the other day. Neighbors a-o sure and tell one of your adventures told the Record that they didn't Smith were brief callers Sunday SCHOOL DAY AT STATE FAIR to me every time you call." know it was a two-story house of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lenevtz. That was rather a arge order; until he cut the grass. Mr. and Mrs. Burk Shields have Free School Day at the Kansas but Caxton did his bet to fill :it. State Fair at Huth.inson will be What wouldn't he do to please M, F- recently returned from their west- Monday, September 15. Every gie? Sometimes he would hesitate crn trip. It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. school child in the state is invited and stop short just at the most in. IIoskins are employed at the Phil- to attend the Fair on that day teresting and exciting part of the tale; and Margaret would say, en- lip Lenertz ranch, when the outside gates will be couragingly, "Now don't get flur- :Miss Marjorie Todd is" the thrown open to boys and girls of ried. You were not flurried then, school age. you know.' And Caxton would I teacher at the Happy Valley In issuing the invitation to the plunge into his blood-curdling story school.  school children, S. M. Mitchell, again. But he was so excessively ,Mrs. J. J. Harding ,and children Fair Secretary, urges school of- from Margaret that she would not of Odess/t, "Pexas, are visiting the modest that he extracted a promise Marsh families in western Barber 'ficials and parents to make it publish to the world the fact that he county, possible for the children to at- was really such a daredevil. The Mrs. Ben Zane and son, Wayne, tend the Fai- on Free School Day. courtship was a most delightful one of Protection were tiday callers The day'S specially planned events for Margie--she told an intimate JUST00 CALL PHONE 39"''WE DELIVER will open with a program in front friend and confidant of hers that it at the Moores home. of the N grandstand at 10:30 Mort- was all that she had dreamed of. Miss Edith Stephens explored day morning. George L. Mc. But before the courtship had COLORADO FOR SLICING [ CANDY BARS OR THREE Fq the famous Endless Cverns near Clenny, State Superintendent of reachedthe''pppingpint'''rial 2!c I Gum 101 New Market, Vs., while on a entered the field; another man of Peaches 12s motor trip through the Shenan- Public Instruction, will make a adventure--this time a tall, strap- doah Valley of Vi,rginia I shot tam during the morning's ping, bluff sort of person who had :Miss Dolly Moores ws a guest entertainment, interviewed the Grand Lama and After he morning grandstand written a monograph on his discov- of her niece, Mrs. Virgil Aldridge, program each child will receive a erieSof theMargaretrecesses metf thehimfOreStSat a THREE PAC G [ PURE LEAF TWO POUN of Ashland last week. free ticket to the afternoon grand- dinner. His name was Paul Ravel- O. R. KnLght and J. T. Lands-stand show, which ticket will be stock and truly Paul was nothing Jar llm"-gs I" o"c IL d'--ar- $ berg of Neosho, Mo, were in this community Saturday. " good when accompanied by an loath to talk of his experiences. And ---September 2, 1941. adult holding a paid admission everybody said, "Now Margaret ticket. In addition to seeing the Leamington has met her fate. ' VALLEYTS I hundreds of educational exhibits Caxton Simms heard about it, of  " course, and had an acute attack of By Mrs. S. Enos Mier, which will be Rt the Fir, there jealousy. STANDARD FOUR TINS [ QUART SALAD will be special carnival programs, "Well," said he, "I hear you nave Mr. and rs. Chas. Schweitzer a parformanee of ,tate Fair met the great man, Ravelstock. You T0mat0es29clDressmg ttended the annual Mennonite Revue of '41" and a thrilling fire- will not care about hearing of my conference in Missouri last week. works display in front of the adventures any more after listening Mr. and Mrs. Chris Beyler and grandstand in the evening, to his." daughters visited at Harper last ' o-c "Oh," replidd Margaret, "he was Sunclay. Mrs. K. G. Ehrlich and son, very entertaining--very entertaining Mr. and Ms. Chester Baker Karl, were in St. John Monday, indeed. But after all his stories are NAVY FIVE POUNDS  SQUARES POU] not half as interesting as yours. Tell and sn visited at Hutchinsn ging t attend the funeral f a me again f the time YU were Beans 29 [ Bac0n and Harper over last week end. friend of Mrs. Ehrlich, Mrs. Mar- wreckedonthecoastofNewGuinea." The Albert Schultz family, who jorie Ainsworth-Leitman. Caxton was walking up and down have been traveling and visiting  the room, his hands clasped behind in the western States, returned ................................... ::,::,,:: him, thinking hard.. Suddenly he home last Monday evening. ii:::i::: : r :i: :: :i/:::ii:i:: iiiiii:!(( r!i:iii::;:i:i::ii!ii:ii!!!;i!ii ladyCame and,t alookingpaUse beforeintentlytheintoyoungher FANCY WHOLE GRAIN NO. 2 TIN ] COTTAGE  CART{ :Mr. and Mrs. S. g. Miller and :ii::/::.::::i:i!::::::::ii:i!. eyes, said, "Margaret, I want you " 10 The only adventure I ever had was MOTHER S TWO POUNDS [ BEEF POL day. The Harry Schultz fa2Rily visit- on a Sound steamer. She broke Roasts ed at the John Sehultz home on something about her engine and we Cocoa 17 I Sunday. were four hours late getting into Ors Baker and family and Mrs. New York. I spun my first adven- ture-yarn in an attempt to excite Henry Baker returned home from -. ..... *@ your interest in me. After that you their vi.sit to Ohio. 00Sport ot Kings kept me going. Now, can you marryyou so cruelly? Bac000l 259 I Steak Schools ae starting and the a man who is no adventurer and PORK POL l who has deceived children are a | Kansas State Fair SLAB, WHOLE OR HALF POUND ] cycle of education. .; .. ::: : : : : : : :,.. I have been an awful liar. I krlow, Truman Selzer's ertertained at  , Margie--but I am telling the truth d"nner Sunday the Alvin Selzer Among the entertainment features when I say I love you." family and the S. E. Miller of the Kansas Stage Fair in HUtch- "Why, Caxton!" replied Margaret, In,oil September 14h through the "doyou suppose that after just feed- MARKE famqy. 19th will be two days of horse rae- in on stories Of adventure from Miss Florence Selzer left Sun-inc. Harness and running racing childhood up I didn t recognize ev. - CULPgS day for Wichita, where she has a wiil be held on Wednesday, Sept. position in Wesley hospital. 17th, and Thursday the 18th. The ery one of-your stories? Why, I feature running race of the Fair will read theha all in books, years ago. Florence, Berta,  Lester be tke Kansas Derby on Thursday But they never seemed so absolutely Selzer, Gladys Bchwettzer and xvt;ich will lmve as purse the largest enthralling as when you told them. PHONE 39 COLDwATER, . S prse ever offered for a running You:ll tell me some more, dear, #d Sanford Miller returned on Fri- race in Ka/w:ts, won t youafter we are married?" I