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Greetings from all of your Prairie Plaza friends. I guess March Madness is over and we are left with March winds. It was really dangerous on Sunday. My little brother took me to Woodward, Okla for an early birthday dinner, and we could hardly make it into the steak house and back out to the car. Walmart had garden and yard items blowing all over the park- ing lot. That area had about the same amount of moisture that we had last week and the wheat was about 3" tall in there. Last week we had 23 in atten- dance for our Irish Potato Sup- per. Good food and good fellow- ship for all of us. We enjoy the chance to get together from time to time. Doris Herrick says her pastor and wife are enjoying their va- cation in Florida. They plan to be home this Saturday. She said they missed their piano player, but they sounded pretty good singing accapella. Neighbor Leola Moore had a good weekend with family and they all enjoyed steaks at Schroder's Saturday evening. Neva Markham's great- grandson Wyatt made it to the finals in young boys wrestling. Notice First published in The Western Star Thursday, March 16,2006. 33-35c IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS (Proceedings pursuant to Chapter 59 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: CORDELIA O. REYNOLDS, A/K/ A OLIVE CORDELIA REYNOLDS, DECEASED Notice Case No. 06 PR 4 NOTICE OF HEARING AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS by Darlene Hilt He has had a very good year. It is hard to imagine hundreds of young boys doing the wrestling bit, but that must be quite an ex- perience for them and their fami- lies. Good Luck next year Wyatt! Almost time for yard work again, I'm sure our Pat Puderbaugh is getting every- thing ready. As usual I have had a won- derful birthday and I want to say a special thankyou to family and friends. Thought for the day -- "About the time we think we can make ends meet, someone moves the ends." STAPLETON -- Cambree Jane Stapleton was born Feb. 27, 2006, atthe Pratt Regional Medi- cal Center in Pratt to Jeremy and Sam Stapleton of Coldwater. She weighed 6 pounds 11.8 ounces and was 19 inches long. She has a two year old brother, Preston, at home. Maternal grandparents are Jene and Robin Allen of Cold- water and Rusty and Jennifer Cornelius of Ardmore, Okla. Maternal great-grandparents are Don Frazier of Coldwater and Betty Cornelius of Ardmore, Okla and Jon and Nedra Cornelius of Bowling Green, Fla. Paternal grandparents are Rodney and Janis Stapleton of Mullinville. Paternal great- grandparents are Jay and Doris Kleysteuber of Garden City and Alda Mae Stapleton of Sublette. First published in the Western. Star March 30, 2006 35-37c THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, You are hereby notified that on KANSAS March 9, 2006, a Petition was filed in this Court by Jay Don Reynolds, an IN THE MATTER OF THE heir, devisee, and legatee, and as one ESTATE OF of the co-executors named in the Last KALA J. JELLISON Will and Testament of Cordelia O. DECEASED Reynolds, a/k/a OliveCordelia Reynolds, deceased, dated October Case No. 06 PR 8 11, 1988, praying that the Will filed with the Petition be admitted to pro- Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59 bate and record, that he be appointed as executorwithout bond, and that he NOTICE TO CREDITORS be granted Letters Testamentary. TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are required to file your written defenses thereto on or before April You are notified that on March 10,2006,at 10:30o'clocka.m.ofsaid 27, 2006 a Petition for Probate of day, in this Court, in the City ofC01d- Will and Issuance of Letters of water, in Comanche County, Kansas, Testamentary was filed in this- atwhichtimeandplacethecausewill Court by Wyatt B Jellison. No- be heard. Should yon fail, judgment tice of hearing on the Petition was and decree will be entered in due waived by all interested parties course upon the Petition. and Wyatt B. Jellison was ap- pointed Executor. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate All creditors of the decedent are within four months from the date of notified to exhibit their demands first publication ofthis Notice, aspro- against the estate within four vided bylaw, andiftheirdemandsar months from the date of first pub- not thus, exhibited, they shall be for- lication of this notice, as provided ever barred, by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be Is/Jay Don Reynolds forever barred. Petitioner TERRY E. CORDES, #10591 Attorney at Law 148 N. Fowler Charles H. Herd P.O. Box 1270 102 E. Wisconsin Meade, Kansas 67864 Greensbnrg, Kansas 67054 (620)873-2133 Phone (620) 723-3336 Attorney for Petitioner Attorney for Executor Wyatt B. Jellison Executor U by Bob Greer Coming up Saturday, April 8, in Coldwater is the traditional Junior-Senior Prom for students at South Central High School. This year is the seventh such prom since SCHS came into ex- istence. Preceding the prom will be the banquet in the school cafete- ria. That is for the graduating seniors, junior students, and dates of both groups. It gets un- derway at 6:30 p.m. Parents of students who are now juniors will prepare the meal. Parents of students who are sophomores this school year will serve the meal, and will also be in charge of clean-up chores afterward. Scheduled from 9 p.m. until midnight in the cafeteria at South Central High will be the tradi- tional prom dance. Music this time will be by Complete Mu- sic, a deejay out of Wichita. The event is for students of all four grades at SCHS and their dates. Once again, the big after- prom party is scheduled. The after-prom event is set to begin rihgt after the dance Saturday night, and run through 4 a.m. Sunday morning. Students will be "locked in" at the high school Sunday morning. Students will change into in- formal attire for that segment of the long evening. They will take part in a wide variety of games and other fun activities. Solicitations are still being acce.pted for the after-prom party. The sophomore class at SCHS is in charge of that part of Prom Night. Such donations Can be left at the high school office in Coldwater. All such donations will jtlst add to the fun of the aRer-prom party. Overall goal of the party is to prevent any tragic mishaps among students on prom night. That method is now being used by a number of high schools all More School Board Meet across Kansas and other states. Such aRer-prom parties help lessen the dangers of alcohol consumption and subsequent mishaps -- which frequently occur when students celebrate too much on their traditional "Big Night." A large number of drawings for valuable prizes-will take place. Wheatstraw Photo of Dodge City will again give one $50 certificate via drawing to one SCHS junior this year. That is so that young man or woman can First published in the Western Star March 30, 2006 35-36c BEFORE THE BUILDING INSPECTOR, PUBLIC OFFICER OF THE CITY OF COLDWATER have a portrait made by that stu- dio next school year-- when he or she is a graduating senior stu- dent. Students signed up for After- Prom will not he allowed to leave between the prom and the aRer-prom. Parents will be noti- fied if their student leaves South Central 'High School before the 4 a.m. dismissal time. Each student attending the aRer-prom party will receive a tee-shirt as a special souvenir of the big occasion. City of Coldwater, for the reason that in and upon saidproperty there exist the following hazards: (a) In /he Matter of property Known as Designated as Lot 1 .& 2, Block (e) 8, Bale & Wileys Subdivision In the town of Coldwater, according to the recorded plat therefore. Comanche County, Kansas is in violation of Ordinance No. 622 (k) TO: MS DIXIE BAILEY P.O. BOX 442 COLDWATER, KS 67029 Dixie Bailey; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devises, trustees, creditors and assigns of such of said parties as may be deceased; the unknown spouses of such parties, the un- known officers, successors, trust- ees, creditors and assigns of such parties as are existing, dissolved or dormant corporations, the un- known executors, administra- tors, trustees, creditors, succes- sors and assigns of such parties as are or were partners or in part- nership; and the unknown guard- ians, conservators and trustees of such of the parties are minors or are in anywise under legal dis- ability. COMPLAINT AND NOTICE OF HEARING STATE OF KANSAS, COUNTY OF COMANCHE, SS: Leonard Kiehl, of lawful age, be- ing first duly sworn upon his oath says: That he is the duly ap- pointed and Public Officer for the City Of Coldwnter, Kansas And the Public Officer of said City designated under Ordinance No. (continued from page 1) 622 of said City; of 2006-07 teacher contracts, That upon proceedings initiated consideration of repairsto the before him under the provisions high school gymnasium sound of said Ordinance, he has made a system, approval of a contract preliminary investigation of the property herein before described for a summer employee (mainly in which the following names, mowing and trimming), and the persons, firm or corporations up- resignation of one of the district pear to have some interest: Dixie Bailey P.O. Box 442 Coldwater, teachers. Kansas 67029 Near the end of the meeting, the board wil.l meet in closed, That based on such investigation, executive session to discuss the undersigned hereby charges that the above, described property personnel matters and teacher is kept and maintained in viola- negotiations, tion of Ordinance No. 622 of the Defects herein increasing the hazards of fire, accident or other calamites; Dilapidation and disrepair which shall include leaking roofs and improper surface water drainage; Unsightly appearances that constitute a blight to ad joining property, the neigh- borhood or the city: (1) Walls, siding or exteriors of a quality and appearance not commensurate with the character of the properties the neighborhood. (n) Vermin infestation: (o) Inadequate drainage or any violation of health, fire, building or zoning regula- tions, or any other laws or regulations relat ing to the use of land and the use of occupancy of buildings and improvements rendering such structures unsafe or unsanitary or dangerous or detrimental to the health. Safety or morals or other- wise inimical to the welfare of the residents of such City. Each and every owner or person claiming any interest in and to the above property is hereby no- tiffed that a hearing upon this complaint will be conducted be- fore the Hearing Board in the City of Coldwater, At the City Hall on April lgth. At 1:30 P.M. pursuant to said Ordinance #622. Any owner, mortgagee or party in interest may file answer to this complaint prior to or at the time of said hearing and may appear and offer testimony at said hear- ing. Executed at Coldwater, Kansas, this 21th. day of March, 2006. sS Leonard Kiehl, Public Officer Subscribed and sworn before me this 21th day of March, 2006. SS Jean Berning Notary Public ,mm 1219 D East First Pratt, Ks 67124 620-672-6996 John Hamm, Broker, Introduces Rick Lambert of Sun City, KS as our new Agent for your area. Rick is also a licensed Hunting Outfitter in the South Central Kansas area. Give Rick a call at 620-248-3 777 1219 PraR, D Eastl KS67124 620-672-6996 Phone 620-672-6999 Fax 33-36