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E i November 24, 1939 PRAIRIE VALE ITEMS w Mr. and Mrs. Gomer Lemon spent By Mrs. J. M. Gates. I Sunday evening at ,the Neal White~ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beitler enter- home. ! talned Rev and Mrs. H. E. Mickel-I --November 21, 1939. Son and son at dinner Sunday at NORTH COUNTY LINE NEWS the Cummings Cafe in Coldwater. I By Mrs. Glenn Robbins. Otto Sherman motored to Topeka Wednesday of last week and visit- The Better Homes Farm Bureau Club met for an all~ay meeting atI until Friday. He was accompanied the home of Mrs. Raymond Lohrd- I home by his father and mother, ing last Thursday. [ Who had been visiting in Topeka for Mrs. Paul Beitler gave a miscel-1 Several weeks, laneous shower at her home Thurs-I Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Pounds and day evening, in honor of Mrs. Har-I visited Wednesday in Monte- low Brown, formerly Miss Iris Hill. I ~Wna at the home of Mrs. Pounds' A number of nice gifts were re-I Mr. and Mrs. Will Flowers. calved by the bride and a most an-I Mr. and Mrs. Morton Hadley and joyable ,time was had by all present. I their daughter, Bessie, drove to Mr. and Mrs. John Ochs of Havi-i i~lstead Tuesday for a consultation land visited Wednesday night and the Hertzler Clinic in regard to' Thursday with their daughters, Mrs. ~lss Bessie's health. Francis Burkhall and Mrs. TerryI Several families gathered togeth- Crowe, and families. [ last Wednesday evening after The Christian Endeavor young[ me~ting and motored to the l people held a party in the basementt Plank home to help remind of the Friends church last Friday[ of his birthday. Refreshments evening. of individual birthday cakes end A large crowd charivaried Mr. tea were served. At a late and Mrs. Ernest Robbins on Friday.] all departed wishing Mr. Plank night. The bride and groom receivedI more happy birthdays, a number of nice gifts also. I Robbins, son of Mr. and, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Robbins visitedi Glenn Robbins, and Juanita in the neighborhood from Thursday i of Knoxville, Tenn., were in marriage on Sunday, i until Saturday of last week. 12, in Tennessee. They ai-eI Mr. and Mrs. Francls Burkhall for the present at the Glenn and children spent Sunday w~th Mr. home. Here's wishing them and Mrs. Earl Rudd, southwest of long, happy and prosperous wed-! Mullinville. Mrs. Burkhall and Mrs. llfe. Rudd are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. James Tandy and , Ray. Roy and Mrs. Knight and Fred and Roscoe, and Miss baby were Sunday guests at the Patterson of Haviland were Ver, tis Swarner home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Robinson were Sunday afternoon at the of Rev. and Mrs. Mickelson. Pratt visitors Monday. The C. E. Endeavorers of the --November 21, 1939. church held their monthly VALLEY FLAqPS ITEMS ~ial in the basement of the By Mrs. S. Enos Miller. ~eh last Friday evening. A chili tltllyper was served, after wh.ich the Miss Opal, Selzer and Eli Bon- folks motored to the Morton trager of Hutchinson visited at the home and sang songs of home of Miss Opal's parents, Mr. greetings to Miss Bessie, and Mrs. Al~n Seizer, over the week is still confined to her home. end. the young folks motored to the Glenn Robbins home and the newlyweds. ~Ir. and Mrs, Tom Robinson and Don, were Pratt visitors Mon- ~r. and Mrs. James Tandy and of Fellsburg were dinner Sunday at the Vertis Swarn- home. ]~r. and Mrs. Harry Kropf and Wayne, and Jess Gates and attended a Gates reunion held at the Clarence home near Protection in of Mrs. Anna Gates' 70th Frances Robinson spent night and Saturday with I_~u Gates, helping Betty Celebrate her birthday. Nobel Friend and family returned of last week from a two Weeks, vacation in New Mexico. "-November 2rl, 1939. BEML ITEMS. ~ By Mrs. S. A. DeLair The Farm Bureau meeting at the of Philo Gregg lest Thursday largely at~tended. A number of were present on account of added feature. Nice refreshments served. Pounds finished drilling his last Saturday on the former farm. ]~x. and Mrs. Harry York from were visiting here the part of last week. Mrs. Huck- returned home with them. and Mrs. Charlie Lenertz are a few weeks in Chicago other eastern point:s. a number from this locality the funeral of Agnes Monday. very many-at Sunday school People should remember as iS not so far off, and their name on the treat list. Clark Webster returned to home Sunday after spending clays at the home of her parents, and Mrs. Harry Hough. Elizabeth Rankin of Ashland visiting her sister, Mrs. Muriel number of trucks were kept on Wednesday of last week cattle for Mr. Elnsel. We he had 800 calves arrive Wilmore Tuesday night. t~OWard Huddleston received a his parents and a brother sister last Sunday. Their home Towner, Colo. and wife went to Sunday to visit their son, and wife. Gregg is having a bat~- added to his house. Jim Booth Jake Lemon are doing the work. ~ew International truck was to Plzllo Gregg the first of week. I John Herd and family, OrviIlei White and family, Oeo. Herd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Herd and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Herd, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson and daughter enjoyed a turkey dinner at the Jim Herd home Sunday. Mrs. Jacob Zimmerman was taken 'to the Ashland hospital on Wed- nesday.~ She is reported improving. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Miller spent the week end at Harper, Kans. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baker and, children took Sunday dinner at the Cris Beyler home. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Miller and Sanford and Ethan Miller took Sun- day dirmer at the Willis Bratcher home. Howard Miller and family visited at Chester Baker's last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schultz, who have spent the last several months in Michigan, working for Virgil's uncle, returned to their home last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Thompson motored to Dodge City last Thurs- day with a load of turkeys. D. D. Miller left for Michigan on Thursday of last week. Edson Thompson and Harold Miller attended a horse sale at Woodward, Okla., on Monday. County Superintendent Helen Thompson visited several schools in tl~is vicinity on Thursday of last week. --November 20, 1939. LOOKOUT ITEMS By Mrs. Helen Parker. Misses Esther Wares end Letha Lyons of WichLta came home Thurs- day for a few days' visit with rela- tives. They returned to Wichita Sunday via Alva. Mrs. E. E. Parker and daughter, Mrs. Edith Schultz, also Maria King of Coldweter, shopped in Greens- burg on last Friday. Fred Shelite is driving a new Ford V-8. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wares and s6n, also Mrs. D.A. Wares and daughter, Esther Mac, were shop- pars in Alva Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Parcel and son spent Saturday and Sunday at the E. E. Parker home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hod.gson of Waynoka spent the week end with their son, Alfred, and family ,and other rel~tives. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Parker had 'the fonowing for Sunday dinner guests: M. O. Parcel and family, Ben Schultz and family, H. R. Wares and family and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Parker. Miss Gledys Neukirch is working for Mrs. Josie DarnelL Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Parker, Mrs. Helen Parker and Kenneth and George Hackney were in" Wichita Tuesday on business. November 21, 1939. NORTHEAST OF TOWN By Mrs. AI Kirk, Phone 6-F-4 Mr. and Mrs. Jol'm Henson and THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATER, KANSAS with the parents of Mrs. ~tngsier]Mrl ~d'-M--~-J0Y Hendrix and MISCELI~NEOUS SUPPER and other relatives near Van Buren]Norma Jean. A miscellaneous supper and pro- Arkansas. ] Howard Tobias did the chores gram will :be held at the Glenclale Ivel I-hrvey helped Cliff Sibbitt] Saturday and Sunday at the Cham- school house Tuesday, November saw wood Tuesday. ]bars home while Mr. and Mrs. 28. Everyone is cordially invited to Little Donnie Deyoe is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Win. McCrary were last Sunday guests at the Orla Tryon home southwest of Protec- tion. Walter Deyoe and family visited at the Clarence Whelpley home Sun- day. Rev. Win. E. Callahan called at the A1 Kirk home Saturday after- noon. Mrs. Al Kirk and daughters spent the week end at Fowler, visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill. ~er father has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Con Kirk of Protec- tion visited at the AI Kirk home Sunday. Mrs. Merrel Harper, Mrs. Bill Sanders and Mrs. Walter Alexander attended the Farm Bureau meeting held at the home of Mrs. Philo Gregg last Th.ursday. Mr. and Mrs." E. F. Harper visaed at the Harold Harper home Sunday. --November 21, 1939. LOWER MULE CREEK By Victor Moores. Loyd Mitchell is in the Ninnescah hospi,tal in Pratt recovering from a I recent operation. Mrs. Mitchell is in Pratt with her husband. Roy Platt shipped steers to Kan- sas City market last week. Mrs. Walter Huckelbridge spent last Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry York, of Copeland. Mr. and Mrs, Myron DeGeer and daughter, Mary Beth, left last Tuesday for their home in Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. E. E. Pounds of Coldwater was a last Friday afternoon caller of Mrs. Warren Pope. V. E. ~ and men are stack- ing feed on his sandy farm near Mule Creek. One can see a number of trucks hauling supplies ,to the oll well on the Hoss farm near Sun City. Ac- cording to reports Ray Paxton and Joe Quirkley of Oklahoma City are to do the drilling in this oil well. Charley Brown, and Mr. and Mrs. Israel May, who live near Aetna, attended the funeral at Coldwater of Miss ,~gnes Brown Monday after- nOOn. At last one, can truthfully say that the silvery Mule Creek slowly winds its way again through at least a part of east Comanche county. He bought a new saddle of wl,Ach he is as proud as can be, and hopes he can stick as tight to that saddle as a stinger to a bee. --November 22, 1939. BLUFF CREEK ITEMS By Mrs. Leo Williams The first of the week A. F. Moore was in Kansas City where he had a carload of cattle on the market. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sangster and ,sons, Harold and Dennis, returned Come Friday from a week's visit (First published in The Western Star, Friday, November 17, 1939.) CASE NO. 4018 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS. HOME OW2WERS' LOAN COR- PORATION, a corporation, ...................................... PLAINTIFF. VS. W. H. BREWER, A WIDOWER: EARL DAUGHERTY AND MRS. EARL DAUGHERTY HIS V-IFE: tenants in possession, ............................... DEFENDANTS. SHERIFF~ SALE NOTICE By virtue of an Order Of Sale, issued out of the District Court of Comanche County, Kansas, in the ~bove entitled action, I will on Mon- day, the 18th day of December, 1939, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day at the west front door of the Co- manche County, Kansas Courthouse, situated in Coldwater, Kansas, offer for Sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title and in. terest of the said defendants i~ and to the following described real property situated in Comanche County, Kansas, to-wit: Lots One (1) and Two (2) in Block Two Hundred thirty-three "(233) Park Addition the city of Proteotion, Kansas. The said property Will be sold to satisfy judgment rendered tn the above named Court on the 8th day i of November, 1939 againstthe above named defendants for fore-i closure of the mortgage and In favor of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, a corporation, plaintiff for the following sums: $1,110.92 with interest at 5% per annum from October 5, 1938; $3.00 with interest at 5% per! annum from August 26, 1939; $85.58 with interest at 5% per annum from July 26, 1939; $1.94 with interest at 5% annum from August 23, 1935: and for the costs of thts action and foreclosure of mortgage. Said real properly will be sold as the property of said defendants and will be sold to satisfy satd judg- ment and costs of action. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore took part of their flock of turkeys to Kinsley Monday to be dressed at the Cooperative Pool there. Mrs. Alva Morlan underwent an ='=" operation for the removal of an in- ward goiter, Tuesday morning in th.~ Ashland hospital. Mrs. Marion Moore was on the sick list a few days the past week. She stayed ~t the home of her mother, Mrs. Kos Sherman, who took care of her. Bob Webb stayed with Bob Sang- star a few days the past week while Mr. and Mrs. Sangster were in Arkansas. Mrs. Doyle Heft and son, Jerry Lee, visited over the week end with Mrs. Hef, t's sister, Mrs. Leo Wil- liams, and family. Mrs. Forrest English successfully Chambers were visiting in Okla- attend. homa. LUCILLE HACKNEY, teacher. ~November 21, 1939. 16-1t. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i::: ::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::~:!:~ MURRAY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL DODGE CITY, KANSAS : surprised her children, Maxine and[ The Murray Memorial Hospital of Lawrence, with a party in honor of iDodge City is located at 1107 Sixth- their birthdays Saturday evening,[ ave., in the former Southwest November 11. Eighteen of their Protestant Hospital building and young fr.iends helped cleberate the is a modern, fireproof building with occasion.Mrs. Lloyd Scovell was hostess to the Loyal Farm Bureau Unit Tuesday for their November meet- ing. Thirteen members and three1 visitors enjoyed the dinner and les- son on "Correct Table Service," given by Sadie Denney and Blanche Towner. Dorothy Pfieffer spent Thursday night with Bertha May Tobias. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Chambers visit- ed Saturday and Sunday near Cherokee, Okla., with relatives of Mr. Chambers. Saturday was the birthday of Mrs. Clarence Hendrix, and in honor of the occasion her daugh.ter-in-law, Mrs. Jay Hendrix, invited in a few of her friends that evening for a card party. Refreshments of sand- wiches, coffee and apples were ser- ved .to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hendrlx, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Williams and Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and J. B., and "~i :~ i.'.).'i~ ........ )i!i iiiii!iii iii:!i iiiiiiiii! CORA B. MURRAY, R. N., SUPT. :ample room for patients to have private room care at no additional cost. Cora B. Murray, R. N. is the Superintendent, and the hospital has : been under the present management for the past five years, and is u_n, denominational. Chapel service is held each Sunday at 4 p. m. in the hospital chapel. The chaplain, Muriel Olson, is a rr~ember of the Presbyterian churrch, Miss Murray a member of the MethodL~t church, and all staff members are members of some accredited church~ The hospital has no trai~g scITool and uses only graduate nurses--no student help in any de- partment. Complete surgical, ob, stetrical, medical, laboratory and X-ray equipment, and all acredited medical doctors am permitted to :" practice. Comfort for stressed. This hospital functions under a board of outstanding citizens, who act in an advisory capacity--P~lph Reynolds of the First National Bank is president of the board, and .... among the members are ~ayor J, : Arthur Nevens, A. B. Callaway, President of Junior High, and R, W: Freder, Episcopal Rector. . : This is one of the outstan~g Protestant hospitals of the South, west. LARD lb. cartons ill Oysters, fcy. large size pint Celery, fancy bleached Cranberries, large size Catsup, Scott County. Pumpkin, large cans bunch lb. 15c bottle each 10c Dog Food large cans, 5c Gelatin, 6 flavors 3 pkgs. Crackers 2 pound box 15e Potatoes, No 1 Red McChres pk. 5c American Cheese 2 lb. box 49c i 2 lb. pkg. 15c Flake Hominy Flour, 48 lb. bags Gold Nugget $1.14 Bacon, Gold Coin, half or whole slab lb. 18c Fancy Golden Dates 2 lb. carton 24c Peanut Butter Quart Jars each 25c iory .............. 3 b 9 .... G Breakfast Cereal 1 . ba , 2Oc 3 pkgs. 25 mlllll i I I 15c CHEESE DINNER Kopke's Grocery