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unselo rn e r Ben Horyna Dodge City Community Col- - 5 p.m Saturday, April 8. Lunch lege Endowment Association will be provided for those who has scholarships, available for attend. the 2006-07 academic year. The school is located at 8820 Scholarships available, and the East Pine Street in Tulsa, OK. If criteria for each one, are listed you are interested in attending in the current Scholarship Hand-' you need to RSVP by calling 1- book and on the DCCC website 800-331-1204 and asking for the on the net at www.dc3.edu/ admissions department. fing l/index.htm. The North Central Kansas The Endowment AssociatiOn Technical College at Hays and scholarship award is $800 for Bcloit has openings in several full-time (12 hours or more) en- programs of study still available. rollment. The student must have If you are interested in finding at least a 2.5 G.P.A. to be eligible, out more information, please call One requirement of receiving Brenda Leiker at 1-888-567 -4297 an Endowment Association or on the Internet, e-mail her at Award is that the student par- hkleiker@ ncktc.tec.ks.us. ticipate in endowment associa- I have given the seniors a tion activities. I have a scholar- sheet indicating the deadline for ship application available in my getting local scholarships in. The office, scholarships need to be corn- The Spartan College of Acre- pleted in their entirety. Scholar- nautics and Technology is host- ships after deadlines will not be ing its Open House Event 8 a.m. accepted. Watch Alfalfa for Weevils by Mike Deewall, Com. Co. Extension Agent, Ag. and Natural Resources It would be time well spent to monitor your alfalfa fields closely this spring. Alfalfa weevil eggs seem to be hatching early this year and potentially wasting dollars spent on early treatment. Producers also need to be aware that heavy survival of fall laid eggs may be an indicator that large numbers of larvae from spring laid eggs may eventually develop thereby extending the the small larvae are feeding on larval damage interval. the new growth in some south- " There has been quite a bit of ern Kansas fields, pea aphid activity also. Producers need to inspect ,Shooting Group evidence of larval feeding. As Meets Wednesday the larvae grow and feeding progresses damage will become The next Comanche County more apparent. 4-H shooting sports meeting for It will be interesting to see adult instructors and volunteers what effect last week's "cold will be at 6:30 p.m. next Wednes- snap" had on both the alfalfaand day, April 5; in the courthouse the weevils. It could be that the basement conference room. alfalfa was frosted back and a Training and practice sched- large number of the weevils sur- ules will be discussed, as well as vived or it could be that both the membership fees, and fund rais- crop and the pest have to start ing ideas for the group. Every- over. one should bring their ideas to Growers considering treat- help get the group started. ment decisions while the alfalfa Those with questions should is still very small need to keep in call Doug Storie, Comanche mind that early growth might be County Shooting Sports Coor- test to additional "cold snaps" dinator; 582-2976 otice % eSeent of the l lonth Tony & Lisa Gales Pharmacists 113 E. Main 582-2134 or 1-800-794-4307 Coldwater Huck Foreign Port Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Chad (C J) Huck, son of Bobbi and Danny Hack of Protection, along with his fellow shipmates assigned to the guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Champlain, re- cently made a port visit to Jebel All, United Arab Emirates. They were on a scheduled de- ployment as part of the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 7. The port visit gave Huck's unit a chance to experi- ence a different culture and strengthen the relationship be- tween the United Arab Emirates and the coalition of maritime forces. CSG-7 has been conduct- ing maritime security operations (MSO) in the 5th Fleet area of operations. MSO sets the conditions for security and stability in the mari- time environment, and supports the counter-terrorism and secu- rity efforts of regional nations. MSO denies international terror- ists use of the maritime environ- ment as a venue for attack or to transport personnel, weapons or other materials. Cruisers like Lake Champlain have been designated as battle force capable units due to their extensive combat capability. These multi-mission ships are capable of sustained combat operations in any combination of anti-air, anti-submarine, anti- surface and strike warfare envi- ronments. Huck is a 1996 graduate of Coldwater High School, and joined the Navy in April of 2001. First published in the Western Star March 30, 2006 35-37c IN THE IMSTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY E. OVEROCKER DECEASED Case No. 06 PR 7 Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59 NOTICE TO CREDITOQS TO ALL PERSONS CON- CERNED: Yon are notified that on March 27, 2006 a Petition for Probate of Will and Issuance of Letters of Testamentary was filed in this Court by Janice O. St. Clair. Notice of hearing on the Petition was waived by all interested par- ties and Ralph Shranner was ap- pointed Executor. All creditors of the decedent are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within four months from the date of first pub- lication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, the~ shall be forever barred. Ralph Shrauner Executor Charles H. Herd 102 E. Wisconsin Greensburg, Kansas 67054 Phone (620) 723-3336 Attorney for Executor 3/30 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/6 /'7' 4/8 upcomingactivities of South Central Schools ES/MS Spring Pictures & Memory Mates MS/HS Cheer Tryouts SCMS 4:30 p.m. HS Spring Pictures & Memory Mates HS Track Meet Greensburg 3 p.m. Regional Music Festival Solos & Small Ensembles Garden City HS League One-Act Play Fowler School Board Meeting SCHS 7 p.m. MS Track Meet Mullinville 2 p.m. HS League Forensics Tournament Meade Lea g ue Meeting Meade HS JV Golf Meet Meade 3 p.m. HS Track Meet Bucklin 3 p.m. ACT Test Junior-Senior Banquet & Prom Dr. Richard Roenfeldt -Optometrist- Adult- Child ro Cats ,lsttet Fi#eg #ontactlenses |shland Office Will Be Opel 3rid g 4t5 Tuosdays 10:00 A.M. t-800-378-0225 At Co-op Elevator Mar. 22 3.78 Mar. 23 3.69 Mar. 24 3.63 Mar. 27 3.60 Mar. 28 3.63 Farmers Cooperative Super Savings Super Deals *Laundromat Now Open! Our New Laundromat has now been completed and will be open the same hours as the cafe. *WEEKLY DRA WINGS FOR A FREE MEAL! April would like to congratulate our newest winners: Renee Erboline of Protection for breakfast, Debbie Affieldt of Coldwater for lunch, and Gayla Kissell of Protection for supper. *MEAL TICKEIS! The Meal Ticket is a pre-pay program which entitles the paWlcipant to a 20% discount offmenu prices. Minimum purchase of $50.00. Ask your server for details. We leo.k forward to serving you/ 502 N. Central Coldwater 620-582-2033