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L 0 0 Peoples Bank Sponsors Movie Peoples Bank in Coldwater will sponsor the movie this Sat- urday and Sunday nights, Sept. 10 and 11, at the Chief Theatre. Playing will be The Legend of Tarzan, a PG 13 rated, 3-D movie which runs an hour and 50 min- utes. Since he first appeared from the pen of American writer Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1912, Tarzan has featured in 26 official novels and more than 200 fills, making him one of the durable and popu-- lar cultural myths of the 20th cen- tury. David Yates, who directed Plays at Chief modern audience, screenwriters Adam Cozad and Craig Brewer, along with director Yates, have re-imagined Tarzan as a late 19th century superhero while keeping Burroughs' background material intact. The Legend of Tarzan is an original advenatre. It is not an origin story, although occa- sional flashback sequences ef- fectively fill in the title character's history. Following his,parents' death in Africa, John Clayton would be raised by an ape and would be known by the name Tarzan. He would leave Africa and go to George Washington Williams wants him to accept so he can accompany him. He says that Leopold might be committing all sorts of atrocities to achieve his goal like slavery. This movie takes on mythical dimensions as the vine-swing- ing hero sets out to almost single-handedly rescue tribes- men aboard a slave train and oth- ers already captured at a port. When the slave-trader kidnaps Tarzan's wife Jane, he crosses a line that puts Tarzan and his al- lies- including quite a few four- legged ones -- on his trail. the last four Harry Potter films, his parents' home in England Visually dynamic, wonder- has now repackaged the or- along with woman he fellinlove fully realized by its strong cast phaned aristocrat as a full-blown with and married, Jane Porter. and sporting a script of uncom- superhero. He would be asked by Bel- mon intelligence for a genre pie- In 2016, one wonders whether gian King Leopold to go to Af- ture, The Legend of Tarzan is not there's a place in cinema for the rica to see what he has done simply the best movie ofthe sum- 104-year oldTarzan. To make the there to help the country. Initially mer but one of the best fills of character more relevant to a he refuses. But an American, the year. SCMS Starts Grid Season with Win byBrettWestrup, Junior T-Wolves to move theJonny Robles with 130 yards SCMS Football Coach ball 65 yards to put the ball in rushing, 95 yards on kick returns The South Central Middle the end zone on a 10-yard touch- for a total of 225 total yards and School Junior Timberwolvesdown run by Jonny Robles. five touchdowns. were excited to get the season Kash McPhail then punched Kash McPhail finished with started offlast Thursday against in the extra point to give SCMS 91 yards rushing and one touch- the Satanta Indians and defend an early 8-0 lead. From there the down. Owen Herd had 88 yards their league title from the 2015 Junior T-Wolves never looked rushing and two touchdowns. season, back. The final score ended up Bryce Ashlock had 13 rush- The game was at home in Pro- 66-28. tection with a big crowd on hand. The Junior Timberwolves The game started off with the had a big night offensively with Junior Timberwolves forcing the a total of 550 yards of total of- Indians to a quick three and out. fense and nine touchdowns. It only took five plays for the They were led by eighth grader for the Coldwater City-Wide re Sale ing and 40 punt return yards. Tucker Uhl had 44 yards rush- ing. Gage Branson had 29 yards rushing and a touchdown. Landon Uhl had 20 yards rush- ing. Defensively, SCMS was hard to get past. The varsity defense didn't give up one first down and ev- ery player recorded a tackle. De- fensively the Junior T-Wolves were led by seventh grader Owen Herd with one solo tackle, a pair of assisted tackles and three TFLs (tackles for loss). Gage Branson ended up with six tackles and Jonny Robles had four tackles. SCMS players were laying down big hits all game long. Big Hits this week go to Landon Uhl and Kash McPhail. The Junior Timberwolves are home again this week against the Kiowa County Mavericks. The football game starts at 6:30 Thursday evening, Sept. 8. First published in The Western Star Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016. 3-5c IN THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT, COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS PROBATE DEPARTMENT In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN RILEY STALCUP a/k/a RILEY STALCUP a/k/a JOHN R. STALCUP a/k/a J~R. STALCUP deceased Case No: 16-PR-01 PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 59 OF KANSAS STATUTES ANNOTATED NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLE- MENT THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: YOU ARE HEREBY notified that a petition has been filed on Au- gust 11, 2016, in said County by Johnita Stalcup, Executor for the Estate of John Riley Stalenp, de- ceased, praying for a final settle- ment of the estate; approval of her acts, proceedings, and ac- counts as Executor; payment of her fees; allowance for attor- ney's fees and expenses; payment of demands against the estate; de- termination of the heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the es- tate and assignment to them in accordance with the laws on testate succession. YOU ARE HEREBY required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 8th day of Sep- tember, 2016, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. on said day, in said Court, in the City of Coldwater, Coman- che County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be en- tered in due course upon said Petition. Johnita Stalcup Petitioner JAMES H. (SKIP) HERD Attorney at Law 141 E. Main Coldwater, Kansas 67029 (620) 582-2315 Attorney for Petitioner with YOU! quest eav nl ation Grain, Fenili r, Supp ! m Products 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 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 Coldwater, Kansas 67029. Published weekly every Thursday at Coldwater, Phone No. (620) 582-2101. Largest circulation ha this trade territory. A consolidation of 12 newspapers. Annual subscription rate is $28 in Kansas (including tax), and $30 out of state. Add $1 extra for part of a year. 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