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t Dec. 24, 2015 2 i I’ll/11,111r’zilllzlallz’l/Ir/r/Il Good ls Back Peoples Will Sponsor Film Held over by popular de- mand, Good will be shown at the Chief Theatre again this Saturday and Sunday nights, Dec. 26 and 27. Sponsor- ing the movie this weekend will be Peoples Bank in Coldwater. Rated PG and running an hour and 50 minutes, The Good Dinosaur is an animated Disney—Pixar movie which is cited as an adventure, family, fantasy, comedy film. The Good Dinosaur asks the question, “What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct?” The Good Dinosaur is a film that has been in the making for four years through a variety of problems at Pixar, but now it’s here and the animation is some of the best ever. The textures, the rain, the landscapes — ev- erything about the look of this movie is stunning, some of which is so well-done it looks real. for the past 10 years which she has served in that office. Timberwolf Girls Win Big Over Hodgeman County 26th ANNUAL NEW YEAR ANTIQUE AUCTION January 1—2-3, 2016 Brown Auction Hall -— 900 E. Kansas Avenue GREENSBURG, KS AMERICAN ART POTTERY, AMERICAN BRILLIANT CUT GLASS, CARNIVAL GLASS, PRIMITIVES & COLLECTIBLES, FISHING REELS, GUNS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE, AD- VERTISING SIGNS, MUCH, MUCH MORE. Complete itemized list for each day & hundreds of photos available at www.brownauction.net Have a Merry Christmas see you on Jan. Ist—3rd Sale Conducted By: Ph. SCOTT BUS.:620-723-2111 : BROWN néXETe'Sl'AiE GREENSBURG, KS 67054 Auntie M’s Daily Specials December 2560 Fri. ...................... .. MenyChristmas ................ ..Closed Sat. ............................................................... .. Closed Mon. .................. ............................. .. Five-Bean Soup Tues. ............................................... .. Taco, Taco Salad Wed. ....... .. Tomato Soup with grilled Cheese Sandwich Christmas Specials First Pie $14 —— Second Pie $10 First Dozen Cinamon Rolls $20 — Second Dozen $15 (620) 582-5886 Winter Hours: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. &’ 5-7 p.m. 158 Main Coldwater Friday night of last week, the South Central High School var- sity girls basketball team won again, raising its season record to 5-and— 1. Fans at the game, at Jetmore, saw the South Central Timber- wolves win 66—28 over the Hodgeman County Longhorns. After the first few minutes of the game, the outcome was never in doubt. The T—Wolf girls outscored the host team 29-2 in the first period to set the tone of the match-up. Still running over their oppo- nents, the SCHS girls notched another 20 points in the second quarter while holding the Long— horn girls to just six points. That set the halftime score at 49-8 in favor of the visiting Timber- wolves. The second half of the game saw more liberal substitution by South Central girls coach Tim Rietzke, and a slow-paced game. In the third quarter the Timber- wolves outscored their oppo- nents 15-10 to set the score at 64-18 going into the last period of play. All 12 T-Wolf girls got some playing time in the game against Hodgeman County. In that final frame, the Long— horn girls made a bit of a come- back, outscon'ng South Central 10—2. But it was a case of “too little - too late” as the Timber— wolves won by 38 points at 66- 28. The Longhorn girls had a slim Recycling Starts with VOU! 18-19 advantage in personal fouls committed, and hit 8-0f-14 from the line for 57 per cent firee throw shooting. The T-Wolf girls made their points on l2-of- 20 trips to the charity stripe for 60 per cent. Eight girls on each team scored points during the game. Two Timberwolves scored in double-digits while no Long- horn girlsmanaged to accom— plish that. No 3-point shots were made during the game. Leading scorer in the game was T-Wolf senior Micaela J ellison with 22 points. She made 10 buckets for two points each and was 2-of-4 from the free throw line. Senior Reagan Bayne made 14 Three service awards amounting to 70 years service to the city of Coldwater were presented Sunday night at the city’s Annual Christmas Party. Pictured (left to right) are Mayor Penny Bruckner, Pauline and Judge Leroy Zielke, and City Clerk Kristal Sherman. Judge Zielke’s plaque — complete with gavel — was in appreciation of his 50 years’ service to the city as municipal judge. Mayor Bruckner’s plaque recognized her for her 10 years serving on the city council and later as mayor. City Clerk Sherman’s plaque recognized her photo by Dennies D. Andersen points on five fielders and 4-of- 7 from the line. Next—high was senior Haley Unruh with nine points, followed by sophomore Rylee Alexander and junior Ashton Snyder with eight points each. Freshmen Tyra Snyder and Addi Moore each added two points to the score, and sopho— more Taylor Bayne rounded out the South Central scoring with one point. Next action for the Timberwolf varsity teams will be Tuesday night, Jan. 5, 2016 at Kiowa where they will play South Bar- ber. Box Scores SCHS .. 29 20 ....15 66 HCHS 2 .... .. 6....10 .. 10..... 28 Miss Liz’s Consignments & Stuff 521 West 8th Street r Ashland 620-635—0319 Antiques Holiday items Dishes Collectibles Furniture And things you Glassware just might not Unique items expect! Purchase any item through January 2, 2016, an earn the chance to enter our drawing for $100 and $50 CASH! * Drawing on January 2! (.‘We sell wood pellets for grills and smokers! ‘3 OPEN Saturdays 9 am to 2 pm. SHOP here by January ‘2: - You could win CASH! ON FACEBOOK: Miss Liz's Consignments & Stuff