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November 3, 1939 THE WESTERN STAR, Back in the Older Days McC e. She has been a teacher,I _ also county superintendent, in this[ Twenty-Five Years Ago This Week county. I 1 ,(From the Star of October 30, 1914) Fifty Years__Ag This Week CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES Walter Marls and Miss Maude (From the Star of Nov. 2, 1889) Olen F. Boyd, Minister. Morley were united in marriage at The Attica sugar works are in the home of the bride's parents, the hands of a receiver. Bible school at 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Marley, in this Miss Cora Halliday gave a party Morning worship, 11 a. m. city, on Saturday, October 24, 1914. last Saturday in honor of her 16th Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. Miss Clarine Wilson, daughter of birthday. Those present were: Come to C. E. November 5. Junior Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wilson, formerly Misses Ethel McClain, Minnie Cole Cline will be the leader. Subject, of this county, but now of Fred- Kate Chapman, Lotto Chandler, "War." crick, Kans., was united in mar- Maggie Millikan, Mable Harding, The C. E. gave a farewell party tinge with Silas P. Mohoney on Mary Hutchins, Myrtle GreenwaR Friday night for Bill Griffith, who October 20. I Ollie Carter, Iva Jackson, Ella Me- is leaving for the Navy. We also Mrs. S. A. DeLair started Sunday Cune; and Messrs. Edgar Chandler, had a very good choir practice last morning for Vinton, In., on a visit Hank Chapman, Irvin Stafford, Wednesday night With relatives. She will be joined Chas. Jones, Harry Dysart, Walter Evening service, 7:30 p. m. on the visit by Mrs. C. H. ~h~-ner, Crow, Ned Halliday, Roy Stafford Mid-week service, Wednesday, ~l sister, of Watervliet, Mich., who and Frank Klmple. 7:30 p. m. accompany her home for a visit ..... here. Born, on Friday, October 25, 1889, ASSEMBLY OF GOD Geo. Beeley returned the first of to Mr. and Mrs. James Knierihm, a TABERNACLE the week to Enid, Okla., after daughter. M.M. Anspaugh, Pastor spending four weeks at his farm in H.W. Colvllle lost a good horse this county, i last Saturday night from colic. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. W. R. Scott has sold his land and $1.50 buys an all-wool suit of Worship and sermon, 11 a. m Stock interests in this county to his underwear at Blount's. Evangelistic services, 7:30 p. m. brOther, R. W. Scott, and will soon For some reason butter is becom- Christ's Ambassadors, 6:30 p. m. ~aove with his family to Benton- ing scarce. The merchants are offer- M|d-week services, Wednesday Vllle, Ark. ing 15c per pound for it. and Friday, 7:30 p. m. The price paid for wheat during Frank M. Boyer died in Muncie, Coy school house, Sunday, 2:30 the past week has been 92 to 96 Ind., on October 24. He was a resi- p" m. cents. . dent of this city in 1886-1887, being THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Marjorie Mull, daughter of Mr. a partner of C. P. Kern in the hard- Ray. George H. De Boer, Pastor and Mrs. E Mull, who live on the ware business here. Kirk farm, "received a broken arm The City Bakery received a box All seekers after beauty, truth, recently when thrown from a of fresh fish from Wichita Tues- and the worthiness of worship are horse, day. cordially invited to our sanctuary Born, near Croft Karts., on Mon- John McIntyre returned home to join us in the search for eternal day, October 18, 1914, to Mr. and Tuesday from a week's visit at values. ]~'s. Jesse Monroe, a daughter. Kansas City I (Week of November 5, 1939) Mrs. Monroe was formerly Miss The docket for the November1 Sunday ~oldte Lease; on Wednesday, term of district court consists of 10:00 a. m., School of Religion. OCtober 21, 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. 265 civil and four criminal cases. 11 a. m., Morning worship service. IIoward Baker, a daughter; on There has been an addition to, 6:30 p. m., Young People's Fel- Sunday, October 25, 1914, to Mr. the Star force within the past few lowship. and Mrs. S. J. Gilchrist, a daughter; days. Mrs. W.M. Cash presented! 7:30 p. m., Evening Worship ser- on Monday, October 26, 1914, to Mr. the editor with a 10-pound baby vice. and Mrs. O. M. Maria, a son. i boy last Tuesday evening, October Monday ...... 29. The subscript=on price of the 8 p. m., Financial Board meeting. Thirty.flv~ Years A~o This Week paper will remain the same, but we Tuesday (From the Star of October 28, 1904) ,hope those in arrears will come g p. m., Library Committee meet- Watson, Hull and DeLair shipped forward and settle, ing. seven carloads of cattle from Pro- One of the .heaviest rains of the Wednesday faction Tuesday morning, season fell last Tuesday. 7 p. m., Family Night dinner. Frank McIntire and Philo Gregg After the heavy rain Tuesday, a 8 p. m., Family Night program. had a nice little walk one day last steady downpour set in Wednesday Wednesday night will be the Wsel~ T~ey got off their horses at night and lasted all day Thursday. first of a series of Family Night a spring to get a drink, and the Three boxes of axle grease for dinners being staged by the social. horses struck out {or home. The 25c at Saunders. i recreational division of the church. boys had to foot it about five miles. The farmers are still seeding The first dinner and program will Jack Frost made his first al> their land to wheat since the late be in charge of the married men. l~earance here Sunday night rain. !Theof: KarlPrgramEhrllol%CmmitteeDale Mark,CnsiStsvictor The wheat acreage has been in- ~o-o---------- COMMON SENSE TALK ]Burton, Sewall Tart and Bill Avery. creased about one-third. I am intrigued with the possibili- The kitchen committee includes Lloyd and W. H. Sunderland re- ttwned Sunday from Kansas City. ties of the family sized farm under Harry Liggett, John Barlow, Joe discussion as one of bhe means of Darroeh, Oscar Carter, John Culp, ~ll~:iso visited relatives in Wel- restoring prosperity. I believe in the Raymond Parcel, Victor Gates, economic doctrine of plenty; plenty Clarence Colas, Frank Dale, George Colorado potatoes 75 cents per of fuel for cold weather, plenty of Hearldson, and S. J. Gllchrist. bushel. T. J. Curran made a business trip plain food, warm clothing. Plenty Thmday to Wichita, Leavenworth and Atchi- of feed for livestock. All of which 8 p. m., Promotion Committee. Son the first of the week. really was approached on the farms meeting. Mrs. W. R. Scott started Tuesday in a few golden years before the Friday World War. The farmer who had a High school Homecoming activi- ~aorning on a visit with her par- ents in Marshall county, Ind. surplus stored it against next year, ties. or else fed more livestock. Few Saturday trail Pennington is now city clerk, succeeding Park Russell, who among the farmers were rich, few 7 p. m., Phllomathean birthday has moved from this city. renters were so poor they did not dinner. 2~e telephone office has been ,have plenty to eat, comfortable moved from Dr. Northrup's res- clothes to wear. Money might be it FIRSTwm.METHODISTE. Callahan, PastorCHURCH taurent to the postofflce building, scarce, but there were potatoes,I and Crail Pennington placed in apples, canned fruit, vegetables inI In spite of the stormy weather Charge. the cellar, beef, pork in the barrel, conditions last Sunday there was a Mr. and Mrs. M. trnl entertained eggs, poultry, a Thanksgiving tur- fine attendance at all the services. ]~r. end Mrs. W. G. Jarnagin and key of one's own raising; jellies, l All the services next Sunday at ]~x. and Mrs. Carsten Nickeison at jams, preserves in the pantry, racks the usual time: Sunday school at the Uhl home six miles northeast of of honey from the beehives, 10 o'clock and worship services at ~oldweter. molasses from homegrown sor- 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. At the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knecht and ghum; cream, milk, butter from his t~orning wor~flp service the pus- Children returned Saturday from a own cows; eggs, butter to trade for for will speak abbut '~rhe Forgotten few weeks' visit with relatives and coffee, tea, sugar at the grocery. 'Sheaf." Following this, pledges will friends in eastern Kansas. They The beginning of winter found the be taken to cover the local budget ay Comanche county is in better larder on nearly every farm stock- for this conference year. Every shape this year than any of the ed to last until the coming of member is urged to be present and ~unties further east. spring. Those were the days when, be prepared to do his or her part in James O'Connell of Kiowa, the every farmer raised all he could, looking after this important part recent purchaser of the Kehl ranch As to his surplus, he stored it or of church work. At the evening on Mule Creek, will not move his fed it to livestock. If his fat hogs worship service there will be brought but 3c a pound, he con- plenty of good gospel singing, and f%rally from.Kiowa this fall, but sidered it showed a profit on the the pastor will have as his sermon ~. (YConnell will spend consider-120c corn he fed ~bem. Those may subject, "God's Photograph of a able time at the ranch. , have been the days of penny-say- Womam" ,.J.M. McCay went to Wichita Wednesday to attend the annual ing on the farm, but farm families The Epworth League lesson wilI eOnference of U. B. churches, as a lived in comfort. With plenty, the be led by Edna Kellogg. All young delegate from the New Eden support of the town's indigent poor people are urged to attend and charge, by the county was relatively a take part in this meeting in the Henry Gates returned Tuesday;trifling matter, compared with the discussion of the subject, "The Kind from Iola, where he went last week great sum ,paid out now. It seems of a Person I Like." to to me our hope for a decently pros attend the A. H. T. A. state con- _ ..... "~ On Tuesday, November 7th our ~ention, as a delegate from the porous ~uttt~e nes m encouraging first Quarterly Conference will be lOdge in this count~T. I the iarm. er to p roauce an ne =~. held. Dr. I. D. Harris, our new Dis- A barn nn th~ .Tame~ Hudson Let us nave ptenty come once aga n trict Superintendent, will be pres- Dlace in Avilla townshin burned to the tarms.--m, m. t~eney, , ant. It is desired that not only the "" ~ Topeka Capital 'r last Sunday night. ] t members of the Quarterly Con- .J.W. York and sons have nearlyt While the A~l~Cansas" river is' ferenCeobe pre~sent but every mem- ~npleted seeding 400 acres of .......... oar ana ~rmna o~ me cnurcn, u~a~ Wheat at their farm in Logan nearly m'y, ~mrou_g_no_ut namtlr~on we might give our District Supertn- '~W~hip. ~ ............ dial .... com~. This +~. C. Lewis, foreman of the Mof- nay goes dry in Kearney, Lake meeting will begin at 7-30 o'clock Aubrey, seven miles east of ........ " --.. " ~ett & Andrews ranch, was married ..... ,he womans ~'ore,gn ~,smonery Syracuse, ilOwe conunuously, stlp-,~to~ ~n m~t %,e~,~-~ ~ovem- ~ftss2~.esday, October 4, 1904, to ........ th ......" ................ plylnE two go0a slzea ~arms wl t~ 7 .t 9..9~ o'~]~lz wlth Mrs s Maud B. Thrift, at the home r ..................... water for irrigation. It is nave Herbert Kopke. Mrs. W. J. Pepperd ~e bride's parents in Chetopa. will live at the ranch in known to have gone dry. Why will have charge of the lesson. This doesn't the state fish and game will be the first mite box opening. " Villa township, commission acquire this living Finally, do not forget to become, J. W. Wall and Miss Anna Frid- stream end stock it with fish? The if not already an attendant, at the Were united in marriage last Syracuse Journal asks, OctOber 23, at the home of Wednesday evening prayer service, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.. The Atchison Globe prints this v~ich meets promptly at 7:30 in this city. editorial on Taxation: There is no o'clock. Prather and Miss Ella Me- satlsfaetory tax law. There never WILMORE M. E. CTRCUIT NOTES were united in marriage on was a satis~etory tax law. Therei E~rl Livingood, Pastor October 2~ The bride is never will be a satisfactory tax, of Mr. and Mrs. W. ~. l~w. ~ This Sunday will be our regular COLDWATER, first Sunday of the month at Antioch and Falrview. It will also' our first quarterly conferenceI be in the evening. Dr. I D. Harris, our new District Superintendent, willI be with us for the first time, so be sure and plan to come. All officers' be ready with oral reports of ac- tivities since conference. Bible study class on '"rhe Origin and Growth of the Bible," will meet next Wednesday evening at both Antioch and Fairview. (~urch records committee will meet next Wednesday afternoon for the Antioch church. Be sure to note the time change for League to 7 p.m. Quarterly conference will begin at 7:30 p. m. at Antioch. KANSAS Page 3, ................... _.' '"' _L lowing from the Bible: "And theyI D~CE OF A WORD shall be mine, saith the. Lord of, Last week in an article reporting hosts, in that day when I make up the eastern trip of Mr. and Mrs. my jewels" (Malachi 4:17). The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science !Jack Jaquiss, and in speaking of their visit in Washington D. C. the Star stated that Mr and Mrs. Jaquiss heard Hiram Johnson speak and Health with Key to the Scrip- in the Senate against lifting the tures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "In' Arms Embargo. But by mistake in this Science, we discover man in 'setting the type, the word "lifting" the image and likeness of God. We see that man has never lost his spiritual estate and .h~s eternal harmony" (p. 548). O-O READ THE HOME NEWS Home news is the most interest- ing reading matter one can obtain. There is no other medium that can take the place o.f the home news- was omitted, making it read that Senator Johnson spoke "against t~e Arms Embargo." One word does someimes make quite a dif- ference. Senator Johnson has con- sistently stood for strict neutrality and against selling war munitions to any warring nation. ~O-O Bills of sale may be secured at Special evangelistic services are paper. Aside from giving the news, the Western Star. to begin at Wilmore on November!it gives us something else that can- _ ' ............. .12, with Rev. Wayne Karlowski of Garfield assisting the pastor. FRIENDS CHURCH "Where a Welcome Awaits You" H. E. Mickelson, Minister Sunday, 10 a. m., Sunday school. Spiritual and moral values are the most necessary of those endow- ments of character that make a man or woman an acceptable mem- ber of society. 11 a. m., morning worship. Wal- lace and Ethyl White will sing, "He Lives Within My Heart." Sermon by the pastor, "The Greatest Thing in All the World." I Cot. 13:8. 6:30 p.m., Christian Endeavor. Bible study: Matt. 18-20. 6:30 p. m. Through the Bible study class in the basement of the church. 7:30 p. m., Report on the Peace Conference held at Haviland. Round table discussion in charge of Ethyl White, Ira Hadley, Gurney Hadley and Herald Mickelson. Special music, June and Jean Sher- man. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., mid-week prayer meeting. Leader, Ethyl White. Thursday, 10 a. m., Women's Missionary meeting at the home of Olivia Crowe. Friday, 7:30 p. m., the O. U. R. Sunday school class will meet for their monthly social and business meeting. The officers for bl~ls class for the coming year are as follows: Ray. Herald Mickelson, teacher; Wallace White, assistant teacher; Laurel Paterson, president; Mildred Bender, vice president; Audrey Beitler0 secretary; Vertis Swarner, I treasurer; Maxine Herd, reporter:I Wallace White, chairman of Fi-I, nance; Billy Mxrley, Chairman of] Program and Recreation; Ethyl ] White, chairman of Membership; Agnes Swarner, chairman of Social. Meditation: We should never see the stars if the sun did not go down. We should never discover the grace and loving-kindness of God if there were never a break in our earthly joy. We should never know the wonder of God's comfort if we had no sorrow. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Adam and Fallen Man" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in Churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world, on Sunday, ~ovember 5, 1939. The Golden Text is: "Awake thou that sl~epest, and arise from the dead, and Christ will give theei light" (Ephesians 5:;14). I Among the citattor~ which com- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol. not be obtained elsewhere. It gives us the little incidents in the daily life of our friends and neighbors, of the people we go through life with, arm in arm. It tells of the wed- dings, parties, clubs, church socie- ties, etc. It .tells who is sick end heralds their recovery. These items create a home paper. These little facts about our friends are most interesting.--Altoona Tribune. Why change the date of Thanks- giving anyway? asks the Manhattan QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress ~I STOMACH ULCERS O.,TO EXCESS ACID Free BookTe~s of HomeTrea~me~tthlt Must Help or It WIB Cost You ItofIdal Ove~one ~ bott4m of the ~ TREATM~-NT tutv~ been sold for ~fo~ ~mptomm of ~ ~ from and ~ g~mws due to ~ ~-- Dll~llllom, SOW