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/ ]: ]if/i~!i - " i iii iii i /i November24, 1939 THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATER, KANSAS Page6~ in the Older DavsIschenk, Roy and Ralph DeLair andl* * * * * * * * * *** * * * * * * * wiches, cranberry salad, date cakeI Mrs. Gee. Thompson made a tripI Mrs, Glenn Robbins and -" --'- _: .... ~ Grace Hall Katherine E. Burt, FARM BUREAU NOTES *lwith whipped cream and coffee to Topeka on Monday and plannedlMrs. Ernest Robbins called on Mri ~iw Years Ago This Week teacher. * Harold Murphey, County Agent * were served. The next meeting will to ~t~- ~- .... e..~r~i aa..s land ~Mrs Paul Battler Thursday I Born, on Saturday, November 12, Miss Agnes Jenkins, * I be with Mrs Everett Pope ~ =Y .......... J " [ afternoon of last week. the Star of Nov. 20, 1914) t,1904, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tatton * Home Demonstration Agent * ---Stalls York, "Reporter. I .............. '- ..... ' ................... ' ' ...... --- John Sh,yrock of St. John visitedlof Woodward county, Okla.,e son. . . . . , , . . .,, , , . . . . . --o-- ...... t " - I this county last week with hisi ..... County 4-H Club Council I Loyal Unit. i Lers, Mrs. Roy Blake and Mrs. Fifty Years Ago This Week Immedi~tel-after the officers] The LoyalFarm Bureau Unit met FOR SALE ul Battler. Arthur Schultz of St. ~ trainin ch ~1 ~ " r- Novem" fat the home of Mrs. Lloyd Scovell ~n alo~ .~*~ ~ ..... ~~ the! (From the Star of Nov. 23, 1889) g s oo ~atu say, "1 o,., .,~,~=,., ,,=,= --.~, ,. . ~.~_ ~o ,~ ~ ~..~. ~o..n~P wa~ on Tuesday, November 14, for an ltlor~ James Do~g, one of our enter- ~" ~o, ~,,~ ~-~ ,~,,u ,~ , , ~ all-day meeting, with 13 members : M~ ~ ~ u~,~ ..... ~!prlsing farmers, sustained a shghtiCalled to order by the premdent, "" *~" ~" ~=~'=~ ~"~ ~ Olair P~el ~u ~n ,,~s the~ a- and three visitors present. Miss ~ ~o~ ..... ~ ..... ~=~t~gunshot wound one day last week. ~ ................... "~ Sadie Denney presertted the lesson ~... --~-' ..... ' .......... ' ......... ! v~ ^ ~ ........ ~, ..... ~^,~ ^~swered. The council's new secretaryl ~tll he~ ~ ..... ~ ~ ~ .... ~t~ ~=,,,=~ ,~. ,~-==,,~,~, v-~-,~-- ~ ~ and gave a demonstration of correct ~onr h~,~ ]the Commercial hotel in this city,}D K was presenteu an, e p a eu table setting and serving the meal. ............. by Mr Murphey He read the consti- .On Saturday, November 14, 1914, I has accepted a pomtmn as traveling satesman for a flouring, firm in Reno tution and by-laws and explained Following th~s a lovely luncheon ~/~gU~edo~vh:n C::::nghjf anI~ba;:l county. He leaves his ~otel in charge I requireme~ts and duties of each was served.- . .. ~ "1 ^, ~ .... ~,~ president and councilman It was The regular meeting of the unit n~ua Fretz of this city. Ray. A.I u, ~=,,,~ ~,,s'~,,- ~'~e .................. " ~o.~tit. was held at 2:30 p. m. Two songs I While Miss Jennie Dot~ of Pro-~u ~u~u ~o wuz-~ Ln~ new ~ ,~ u- ~rrill of Wilmore performed the s . . were sung by the group. The ~reme ,, I tection was out riding last Sunday tion over and present it at the next "~" " meeting Last Saturday morning the-safelln a buggy her team ran away and The Boyer Building on Main Street, now occupied by Oscar Carter with the Yours & Mine Grocery. SEE ME FOR PRICE B. F. ARNOLD Coldwater, Kansas December meeting was discussed, the Protection post office was she was thrown out, spraining one The following officers were elect-: and ~t was voted to hold the usual i Christmas party w~th a covered open and about $12 taken arm. ed: President, Betty Jo Sangster; the money drawer. Common John Overocker and Charley Par- vice president, Bob Brass, secretarytodiShbuylUnchentwo turkeysat noon.for IttheWaSoccasion.,Voted and treasurer, Louise Parcel; re- powder was used in opening ker, who went to Colorado for ...... .......... Following the business meeting, saf~ cattle for Bob Edgar of Ashland, I por~er, f-nyms wars, ~ne meeung Miss Denn~v di.~cus.~f~] t~blp decors- ..... " W . then aa3ou" rnea. ............. - ................... have 3ust returned home hey re o Miss Aline Metzker, daughter of ". " ~ ........ Re o t . !tions. Mrs. Virgil Harvey led h~ r end Mrs F nk ke port that while returning w~thI rnylns wars, ~ p r er . ra Metz r, who ' --o-- group in playing a couple of intel- be about 900 head they were caught in en suffering from what up- i ~ ~ ~,..,. ~ ~h,~ u~a ~ lectual guessing games, after which me snow s~orm ana mlzzara w c , o ~rs to be chronic appendicitis. ~ ~ ~h,,. h ..... ~ ~-Is ,-he hold. the unit adjourned to meet at th~ ~s prevailed last week throughout, taken to Wichita Wednesday ~o~..~ a ~z o~ub offices and their, home of Miss Sadie Denney on r treatment, and possibly an I Texas, New Mexico and Colorado. s~onsors met in Coldwater last Sat ! December 12. The herd stampeded and every hoof~ v - ration ~......~.. ~w~h~ ~ "^r - trainin=[ ~Mrs. Blanche Towner, Reporter. BUCK $1.00 mrs. Ads Settle, who had been]wa~ ~" ~uvy a~= ~ = I~h~ ~ ~.,~ ~ ~f-rm~tion on{ --o-- ........... , ] throughout sot~theastern Colorad Me Makers Unit , relatives here, returned ' I ~ ....... o~''-~ *~'~- 4 ~ c'-b workI try . .......... , ..... la ' , where the range is" good, and unless "~** '~" ~ "'~'~ "'~" -~ ~" ................................................. y to her home near Utica, - "- - t Mrs Earl C:uss and Mrs Ted the winter should be ver severe ~ in a business iiKe manner ana o " . Her brother, Fred-Ha,baugh, Y 2t make nlans for the coming year's[ Guss entertained twelve members her as far as Wichita. most of the cattle will be recoverea " ~ - I of the Merry Makers Unit and two _ Lloyd Sunderland has been quite at the round-up next spring, work. A ~ G. L. Wilson, our popular jeweler, The various officers and leadersI guests at the Earl Guss home BETTER thiSranch.week at his, home on the. was rusticating on his claim in thai were divided into groups in the, November 15, with an allday meet- .... ~ .... -' ~ ....... ~ ~eir own ling. Mrs. Ruth. Morris gave a very A~c the Farmers Institute held southeastern part of the county the -art of the club -re-ram The s~ a I interesting lesson on "Meals for the " .... ........ HURRY! week prizes were awarded as fore part of the week. sors met with their discussion lead. ~'am,~ly ana oorrec~ Table ~er- Kafir, Dale Mark first, Les-i R'chard Carney, the noted brick- er, Mrs. Albert Buchter. Miss Jenk- vice. The table was set for an in- Wheeler second, John Kimple layer of Nescatunga, who worked in ins met with the Health * leaders, ! formal company dinner and a lovely mile maize, Eli Wheeler first, this city the last two summers, Mrs. Wallace White with the Parlia- dinner was served in the correct Carleton second; feterita, i started Monday for Denver, Colo.. mentarians, Miss Marne Towles with. manner. The menu consisted of: to work at his trade. Kimple first; corn, Chester ~ first prize of $10 and a trip t~ Prof. C. L. Clayton has been maR- the Music Appreciation leaders; Mr. baked chicken and dressing, mashed second;i ing his rounds in this county visit- McVay, assistant county agent, with potatoes, giblet gravy, buttered ~anha.ttan,fruit, JOhnFloraKimpleyoung first,[ing schools, the reporters, and County Agent green beans, carrot and cabbage Williams second and Gladys] Mr. and Mrs. Jens Morton end Murphey with the secretary-treas- salad, candied sweet potatoes, sweet third; cake baking, Normal niece, Miss Anna Benjamin, depart- urerS,dents, presidents and vice presi- ter,pickleS'jelly,beetdatePiCkleS'roll hOtand rollS,whippedbUt- first, Jennie Hankins sec-ed on Tuesday's tra'n for New t)D. HERD Julia Hankins third; chickens, Marts, first; pigs, Bertie first; halter making, Osbourn first, Ads McMoran J. Frank Smith third, C. R. fourth and Irene Emerson (The first three prizes given above entries were $10, $5 and of football is announced ~ tl~s afternoon between Cold- |~water and Wilmore. 14a~ru .andMrs. E. T. Dodson and ~ttghter, Miss Grace, returned to --~J~ld~,~JdWater on Tuesday. While in --yaanut~i~ ate, Kans., several weeks ago, |~ s Grace became ill and under- ~at an appendix operation from IWhich she is now nearly recovered. | (From the Star of Nov. 18, 1904) ~lss Edna Torrey of Coldwater ~ts the guest from last Saturday ~til Monday of Mrs. Minnie Clark -.--. r l~rotection. . W.L. Truby of Protection is ~cting a broomcorn warehouse, , ~XS0 feet. Win Sunderland of Nescatunga is ~to dedicate his new house L'~ a dance o~ Friday night of this ~ek. The box supper at Nescatunga ~~d Week ,was a complete success, ~~ now the school will have a new ! etionary. I No. 2 wheat is now quoted at to 92 cents In the local Wall has returned from a visit with his parents in Me. May Avery received a visit first of the week from Mrs. Al of Anthony, (formerly Miss I ~Blount of this city). ~ Y more loads of broomcorn ~ve been brought to town this |~ek, mostly from the Strip. The I"Z from to ~t.~eVeral members of the El)worth ~e of this city- have organized l.~ading circle and have begun a ~teP~atic study of "Studies in Che ~ of Christ." The list of members ~tlde Ray. C. E. Williams, Mr. and __s" J. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. ~olrnes, Prof. O. O. Smith, H. V. i l Burr, and Misses Fie Burgess, her, Mrs. R. A. CaIlaway, Mrs. l~ie Ferrin, Flora Burr, Pearl Wla and Emma Hase. ~b ~ was in town on Wed- ~.~Y after lumber to begin the ~etion of a new school house ]~,~ district---No. 24--to replace or~ which was burned a year or ~go. The new building is to be ~; nberger returned on Wedne~ !i~rorn their World's Fair trin. Carrie. Stark enrolled ~e- ~'. as a l~igh school student in of cat~le went out of last Sunday. The shippers F. Biddle, 15 carloads, M. three carloads, and J. W. three carloads. neither absent nor tardy in district No. '14 Eula Hulsey, Tenie Carlisle, Ind., where they will make their home. ~r. Morton was one of the most popular blacksmiths Avilla ever had. The reading circle of this city was entertained in a most hospitable manner last Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Over- man. The following were present: B. M. Veatch and wife, R. DeGarmo and wife, J. M. Lobaugh and wife, J. L. Chandler and wife, C. P. Kern and wife, H. H. Rich and wife, Ray. W. E. Woodward and wife, D. E. Hutchins and wife, E. B. Widaman and .Wife, L. B. Andrews and wife, T. G. Chambers and wife, J. A. Templeman end wife, J. S. Blount and wife, Mrs. J. S. Halliday, Mrs. G. W. Pritchard, Mrs. Hattie Fox, Miss Lids DeGarmo and Miss Addle Veatch. German Bros and the Bloom Cattle Co., shipped 900 head of cattle from Protection last Monday, the shipment making three train- loads. The Star's Protection correspon- dent ~writes as follows: "Our es- teemed friend, the Star editor, is often absent from his office of late, owing to the fact ~het he has had an increase in his fortune. It keeps him quite busy attending to his little "Cash." Ray T. E. Thomson, who west recently with wagons and teams to Talequah, In~ Territory, was 20 days on the road and averaged 30 miles per day -O-O-- Mrs. Henry ~entz, Mrs Joy Allen, Mrs. Edward Bender, Mrs. Lloyd Eller and Mrs. Paul Beitler enter- tained with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Paul Beitler Thursday evening of last week in honor of Mrs. Iris (Hill) Brown. Thirty-nine guests were present. Miss Patricia Battler and Miss Shirley Crowe, dressed as bride and groom, presented Mrs. Brown with ,the gifts. Games were played, after which dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Carl Rathbun and her broth- er, Loren Carrick, went to Norton on Tuesday of last week for a cl~eck-up. Word was received here ,that one of Loren's lungs would have to be collapsed and that Mrs. Rathbun will have to remain at the sanitorium three months or more. Their mother, Mrs. Joe Carrick, who accompanied tl~em .to Norton, is still in that city. At noon a covered dish lucheon was served, which was followed by a general assembly of the major part of the group. Merle Butcher met with the reporters for a short session. The health leaders and music appreciation leaders also held a short separate sessions before joining the main group. Following the group meeting, a 4-H Club Council meeting was held and officers for the coming year elected. Betty Jo Sangster was elected president; Bob Brass, vice president; Louise Parcel, secretary and treasurer, and Phyllis Ward, reporter. The Annual 4-H Achieve ment banquet was planned for December 29. ---o-- Homemakers Unit. An all-day meeting was held Fri- day, November 17, by ,thet Home- makers Farm Bureau Unit at the home of Mrs. John White, with 12 members present. The lesson on "Family Table Ser- vice" was given by the nutrition leaders, Mrs. John White and Mrs. Dwight Copple. A correct table set- ting was demonstrated at the noon ~our, witl~ a low bouquet of chrysan- themums used for floral decoration. The menu consisted of baked hen and dressing, candled sweet pota- toes, creamed peas, perfection salad, cranberry jelly, hot rolls, and gingerbread topped with whipped cream. The reestablishing ~of the new officers was held. A seven o'clock Christmas dinner party was planned for December 15, to be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Battler, in- viting the members' husbands. Mrs. B. H. Hewett, gave a very interesting report on her .trip to the state Farm Bureau convention at Manhattan. Mrs. Jay Pounds led recreation. ---Mrs. Dwight Copple, reporter. --o-- New Eden Unit. The November meeting of the New Eden Unit met with Mrs. Philo Gregg and Mrs. Charles Gregg. In response to the roll call an "Early Day e~perience," some happenings were re~alled which were taken as a matter of course in the early set* :tlement of the county but would be considered a great hardship hove. The scarcity of water, hauling end carrying from ponds, gathering of fuel, and of bones to sell, were mentione& Mrs. Frank Todd gave the lesson on the preparation of the table for Last Friday Mrs. T. C. Bibb went .... _ ...... , -- . ............ meam tot me y'amny. A clean, to the ~ell ~aemortal Rospl~l ~n ............. .... i smoozfl ClOttl w~m L~Ole sermce In Kansas City zor medical treatmenz. ,~ , ~nt~rnieo~ n flowers or Letters reee~ved here Sunday stated .......... ..... e o s He~Zrult, men v~m everyone comzorz- that her con,men is s ri u . rr ........... ....... ladle an* cheerful, tne most simple ctaughter, ~rs. ,viola J~tacKney, aC-:-[ ~ ..... .~,, ~.^ ~.~.....~ compamea ner to t~ansas ~Ity an~!a~ Aftp~- n r~cr~ation neriod of " ib ............. will remain with her. Mrs. B b ~ ..... ec" .~5 . vowel spelnng, cur tea Dy ~LrS. spent some ttrne in the same hos-I _~_ v .... ~#~ ~,^ ~. ~.~^ pltal ~our years ago. bridge was honored, receiving many Mrs. Walter Maxis of Protection has spent several days this week in the Ashland hospital, where she is under observation by her doctor. You may like to flirt but avoid flirting with death by jaywalking, beautiful gifts. Members of the Stitch and Chatter club were guests, as were also Mrs. S. A. DeLair. Mrs. Harry York, Mrs. Donald Booth, Mrs. ROy Deewall, and Miss Belle Crowe. Lovely refreshments of sand- cream, and coffee. At 2:00 o'clock the business meet- ing was held by Mrs. Gertrude Oller, the president. The roll call was "Why children should be taught table manners." The unit voted to sponsor the 4-H club this coming year. Everyone enjoyed the gttessing game led by Mrs. Atteberry. Our December meeting will be a ~,turkey dinner with our husbands as guests at ,the Atteberry home, with Mrs. Atteberry and Mrs. Stark as hostesses, on December 6. --Mrs. Howard Hadley, Reporter. .... o-o- Mrs. Maggie Maple of Wilmore was a county seat visitor on TUe~ day. Mrs. A. E. Burnett has recently had her house reshingled. George Jenkins did the work. E iiiiI W Y GAMBL on a watch you never heard when you can buy a real for so little money. The Ingersoll Buck costs only i $1.00. Other pocket and wrist models to $3.95. !i i We will give Free a Thanksgiving Turkey with each new oil burning heater, or with each range or washer.purchased of us between this date and Novem- ber 30 Come in and get your turkey now ii!~iii!i i!il CHrysanthemums for the Games and Thanksgiving Dinner Cut Flowers--Pot Plants Your choice of many colors. R. D. BARNHART FLORIST Greenhouse Phone 92 Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere ii , i i i f hanhsgiui.O PUMPKIN AND MINCE PIES MADE TO ORDER Luscious Deep 9-inch Pies. Place Your Orders Early Our New Pastries Are Pleasing Many--Try Them. COOKIES, Assorted Varieties--Doughnuts, Cinnamon, Cherry andFineapple Rolls: Tea Rolls and Parkerhouse Rolls. 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