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!ofo. I by Darlene Hilt 1 Greetings from the Prairie prised by a beautiful bouquet of yellow roses. She also had phone We hope your Easter holiday was extra special. It was pretty quiet here at Prairie Plaza, some had company and some received phone calls. Neva Markham heard from all her family, and that takes a while. Her kids are good to call often. Neighbor Margaret Morgan talked to almost all of her fam- ily, and said they had a nice crowd at church. Leola Moore enjoyed fried chicken and all the trimmings with the Dart family. Ruth Morris had another visit from nephew Clay Morris of Eastland, Tex and later was stlr- Ill Your Professional Florists calls from several relatives and nephew Don Kittell picked her up early so they could eat lunch at Protection. Thelma Lytle had visitors all weekend. Mike and Michelle Halligan and family were here from Denver, Colo to help her daughter Linda Lytle move into her Coldwater home. They en- joyed visiting and eating meals together. Pat McCay had a short visit from Jerry McCay last week. He is always on the road with his motor home. Martin Parks and Edith Lenertz both said they had a nice service at the Presbyterian Church. Neighbor Ruth Timmons had grandson Chris Timmons here from Hutchinson for a short visit. Several of us have medical visits to Pratt this week. m L by Bob Greer A single stroke made the dif- ference. That was the tale Tues- day of last week, as South Cen- tral High School opened its 2006 varsity golf season with a win. The Timberwolves took the team championship of the annual Pratt Skyline Invitational Tour- nament. The event was played at the Green Valley C9urse, lo- cated at the north edge of Pratt. But Skyline High School was the meet host for the day. High winds were the order of the day. The course is nine holes and has a men's par of 36 strokes. But each linkster played two rounds, so the 18-hole par was 72 strokes." Each team was allowed to enter six golfers, but only the top four were counted as any squad's final total score. South Central took just 360 strokes for its best four golfers Town & Country Wouldn't it be nice to drive f through a rain storm? -- go out and plant a tree or a flower for your enjoyment:, I 1-800-264-98641 first you ton't succeed, recheck the trash for the instruc- can tions." Starts with J in of the day over the 18-hole mute. That was just one stroke better than Pretty Prairie High School, which carded a score of 361 strokes for 18 holes. Greensburg High was a close third with 363, and the junior- varsity squad from Pratt High School finished fourth with 373 strokes. Fifth went to Cunning- ham at 413. Central, Christian High School of Hutchinson placed sixth with 481 total strokes. Sev- enth went to the varsity squad from Skyline High with 603. The junior-varsity unit of Pratt Sky- line High was eighth with 680. Ninth and last was Ashland High School with 801. Medalist for the day was Branden Jantz from Greensburg with a score of 41-39--80. Senior Ben Murphy of South Central was runner-up, shoot- ing 44-40--84. Third went to Alex Reinecke from Greensburg at 45-40--85. Adrian Gardea was the see- and-best golfer last Tuesday for South Cen al. He carded 42- 46---88 and placed sixth over- all. Adrian is a senior for the Timberwolves. Another SCHS senior, Josh Klein, had the third- best SCHS score of 47-47u94. Kekoa Mendenhall, just a Tim- berwolf sophomore, had the fourth-best SCHS score of 48- 46---94. Rounding out the "counting four" for South Central were Murphy, Gardea, Klein, and Mendenhall. The two others who played for the South Central var- sity team Tuesday were junior Trevor Sherman at 45-50--95, and senior Chesney Clark, who carded 55-54---109. All six Timberwolf golfers Tuesday won meet medals, as members of the tourney title squad. And that gave senior Clark an extra reason to be elated. She noted that she be- came the first-ever girl golfer in the history oftbe sport at South Central to win a varsity golfing medal. The Timberwolves are coached by seven-season vet- eran Richard Thompson. A former high school golfer him- self, Thompson played the game for Protection High School be- fore he graduati d. I Ul II V- '1 ember of th oaming Cell service with the coverage YOU Deserve liance Great Rate Plan Superior Customer Service Wirel Internet It II II m Rim United Wireless Communications Inc (UWC) is required to provide service to all reasonable requests for service in the SWBT wire centers serving Garden City, Sublette, Liberal, Fowler, Minneola, Bucklin, Coldwater, Dodge City, Meade, Protection ,Kinsley, Plains and the entire United Telephone Association, Inc. area. Unresolved questions concerning service availability can be directed to the Kansas Corporation Commission Office of Public Affairs and Consumer Protection by calling 1-800-662-0027. II