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December 14, 1956

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Page 8, I I THE WESTERN STAR, COLDWATEtL KANSAS Friday, December 14, 1956. Social Events Roy Richardsons Celebrate 40th Anniversary. The 40th weddir armiversary of Mr. and rs. Roy :Richardson yeas celebrated on December 4 with a card party at the home of the Rlch- ardsons',law and d.ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vance. 'Photographers" were much in evidence a created much merri- ment-especially Ernest wker with hi Polaroid camera, The .Richardsons received ray lovely  usetfl , DeUcious refres]ments, including a beautiful wedding cake, baked and dec l] Mrs. A. B. Chambers, w served by" the hostess, essta by . Mere lchardson al ks, M. O. Parcel. The Richardns have our dd[- drenMrs. Madetine Vce Merle Richardson of CoIxiwter, Mrs, Stmlam of SunaL Calf., and Myra David of  City, Me. Roy lchardson and se l4 Deringer who came to the United States rom Attstrla, were znarried Dececber 6, 1916, at It , KaJs. Their y frien wirsh thesa many more such happy oamivevsa- ties. Civic Improvemmt Club.. The Civic Cub members enjoy, a Christ.s party Tuesday afternoon at te home of Mrs. Da Crowe. There were 21 preent. The meeting openc wth group singing of "Silent Night" end '%), Come, All Ye Faithfl."  call was answered with a Chrim thought. Mrs. Harry Cloud was program leader on the subject, ',q]xildiv Istg Peace Through iom" She was assisted by "s. B.E. eeeney and Mrs. VCmi Butcher: A trio co o Mrs. Don RoblnSOl% Mrs. Don ork and . Booth, g *Sver ' and ') Little Town of ethlehe" They were accralmied by  Rob- ert Har at the )iano. Mrs. Coud conclttde he :pro- gram by telg the story, "The .-,, iravle o the wistm Pwer." -- During the social hour a gift ex- lznge around the Christmas tree produced rrmny ,goodies es the ladies brought recipes with for gfft Mrs. Crowe, assisted by Burke urnette and  John Thom4xson, served ,cl ruit white cake squares WRh green cane$, nuts, candy caes, tea and cofee.rten. SOOTE,--In St. Frais Is- pita, Wtta, on Wednesday, Dece tuber 5, 1956, to Mr. rand Mrs Jack Scter, a daughter, Shell Sum. Mr W. O. Morton of Co.water the 1aterna-grandmother." : .-- the (nmache emery Hospital on Wednesday, December 12- 1956, to Mr. at Mx arles tield, a daughter, Gay Lynn. COLDWATER, K MATINEE EVERY SUNDAY Box Office Opens2:15 P. m. Show Starts at 2:0 p. m. Fri. and Sat. Dee. 14 and 15 Peter Graves, Jocm Vo cmd Jom Tayr ha Fort Yum Cxtoon Sun., Morn, Tues, Dec 16, 17 a.d 18 Richard Wid and " Felicia F The Last 23 Paces to Baker Street County Agent News By Ken Jamem  New Bangs Rules In Eect January interstate shipments of cattle except steers, spayed heifers, and caves under eight vnonths will be regulated by "ederal ,law after January I. Here are the regulations: Slauh- ter cattle not known to have bru- eellosis can be shipped interstate to slaughter houses or public stock- yards, or to a point pproved by the UfDA. Cattle from herds areas require onty n official certificate. Officially vaccinated animals under 30 months can be shipped with em ofcial certificate unless they are being shipped into a modifiedertified brucellosis free area, In this case they must also be acom,panied with a .ertt frown the ivestock sanitary oficial of te I state of destination. Any vehicle hieh includes trucks, used to carry reactors must be cleaned under the supervision l of a federal or state inspGctor immediately after the animals have been unloaded. As in the past eartged and branded reactors can move to slaughter plants under federal inpeetion of ederally p- proved plants and tockyards f they have an orificial certificate fer slaughter. Beef bulls and fevnales can be ,sipped for feeding and grazing ff they have an officia permit groin the state of destination roviding that state requires segregating and quarantining. DON/: WORRY There are three rules by which anybody can keep fron worrying, says a magazine writer. Sure. We know wat they are vihout read. ing them. Don't have any sickness in the family, don't owe any money you can't pay and don't let any- body get sore at you ebout any- thing.--The Nance County (Neb.) Journal. New shipment of dresses, $3.98. Joyce's Dress Sho. 22-1t. DoW Bury that'Buck'? Pu[ your vings o y work -/' here, a{  a realpro:ft.. a#d have_INSURED SAFETY ".Member Federal avings and Loan Insurance Corporation .... all accounts insured up tO $10,000.00.'" The Barber County Building & L0aa Association L. G. WH1TZEL, AGENT Local Reprentafive i GIVE PRACTICAL GIFTS The Whole Family Will. Enjoy[ Choose From These: G. F. AND SUNBEAM SKILLETS TOASTERS DEEP FAT FRYERS CLOCK RADIOS G. E. MIXETTF. G. R WASHERS AND DRYERS available on time payments. (You may start payments in March, 1957) H. & H. Applimze ELDON , Proprietor Phone 113 Coldwat, Kansas i i B00ROWERS AND LENDERS The borrowem from a bank must prceper if the bank is to r. Every  made for productive purpoN mmumu that ture onctioas will make its purpce profit- able. The outlook for the future must be comdered by both the bank and the borrower. Your banker can help advise you. Come m and talk it over. The Coldwater National Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FARM LOA_W ! am in a position to make farm oans, large or small, at low interes rate. Your money within a fev days. HOBART McMILLEN Cokiwter. Kmmaa Phone your news items to . SAD TO SAY NOTICE Some ople treat our war heroes Come see our extra special like C%ristmas trees. First they Christmas ,bargains in TV set decorate them and then they want IAlso in automatic washers. to throw them away.--J. Herbert. 21-2.3 B.J. HERD -- -:-o-o- - -- -- 1 ' o- -- -- wai:; New 8hi/pment of dresses, $3.98. Famous last words: "tut Joyce's Dress Shop. 22-1t. there s a Eug on the play. ' Can You Identify Tiffs. , MYSTERY FARM TI aerial photo is the eighth of a series taken of farms in the Comanche county farm area especially for the Peoples State Bank. Nobody knows whose faus the aerial photogra- pher snapped so it is up to the readers of this paper to identify the "Mystery Farm." If you can identify this farm, whether it is yours or not, phone the Star 1%. 53, during business hours, or write so you may be given proper recognition. The owner of the farm will receive free a beautiful mounted,photo of his farm by calling at this bank with our compliments. \\; : Peoples State Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE (OOJtMION J WE PAY 2'/ % INTEREST ON TIME DF_OSITS TO PLEASE THE WHOLE FAMILY Give Sunbeam, General Electric, T0astmaster, Westinghouse, and Coronado Home Appliances: FOR THE BEST CHRISTMAS YET GIVE RCA, CORONADO OR SYLVANIA TV SALES AND SERVICE llec-Tdve Autematk Fryer CA Travel Iron GE  Maker Toastmaster i 9 's 22's ,.w." 27,s .." 17" ..." " 2" Antique black trivet Steom Irco works as Westlngh0. electric Makes 2 fo 9 cups. mzHcpop-to' wlthpolddbrassele. dry Iron wllh bulb re- fry pan distributes heat Set Brew Se/ector to _ Or ks gleaming chrond- ment. Keeps coffee, moved. Fabric dial as* evenly over cooking strength you prefer, tb brown Bakelite trim. casseroles warm.  res right temperutwe, area. Temp. cu,troL Keeps ffco hot. AC. Toast :olb.mJoe. 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