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Notice First published in The Western Star Thursday, May 4, 2006. 40-42c A Primary Election will be held Au- gust I, 2006. Candidates for the fol- lowing offices will be nominated by each political party that has qualified to participate in the Primary Election- One candidate for United States Rep- resentative, 1st District One pair of candidates for Governor/ Lt. Governor One candidate for Secretary of State One candidate for Commissioner of Insurance One candidate for State Representa- tive, ll6th District One candidate for Member, State Board of Education, 7th District One candidate for District Court Judge, 16th District, 1st Division One candidate for County Commis- sioner 1st District One candidate for Toltnship Clerk in each Township The following officers will be elected in each political party that has quali- fied to participate in the Primary Election: One Precinct Committeeman in each Township One Precinct Committeewoman in each Township IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I hereto set my hand and cause to be affixed my official seal. Done at the City of Coldwater this 26th day of April 2006. SEAL ALICE SMITH, COUNTY ELECTION OFFICER I PHcesGood now 5.13-6 ounce can 32 -ounce jars U Vigilance, )n oun orner by Mike Deewall, bum musk thistle flowers that are Com. Co. Extension Agent, in the late bud or bloom stage. Ag. and Natural Resources Plants that are dug up and ieR This will probably be my last There have been some musk lay willamaze you at being able column for the school year. thistles in the county the last two to still make seed. You will also It seems that things have re- years. Odds are there will be be shocked at how quickly the ally been snowballing on me re- more this year. As a producer plant will flower and produce cently. Graduation will be on you surely want to be alert for seed. Saturday, May 13, at 5:30 p.m. them and do your best to eradi- Don't say 'TI! get them next Finals for seniors are next cate them from your property, week," because they mature in a Monday, Tuesday and Wednes- Musk thistle is a noxious weed. hurry, day. Local Scholarship winners Musk thistles can be quiteSpot spraying can work well will be announced at graduation. invasive and become a serious if the plants are not mature. It KU Independent Study offers problem. A Nebraska study takes herbicide application to- courses to help students get a found an average of 11,284wards the higher rates to kill jump on eollege and early expo- seeds produced per plant with musk thistles, sure to the university experience. 4850 seeds capable ofgermina- We have some good publica- You can go online at tion. tious on musk thistle control here www.ContinuingEd.ku.edu for Cattle will not graze forage at the Comanche County Exten- more information. You can also plants among heavy infestations sion Office. call toll free at 877-404-5823. of this spiny thistle. Scattered thistles can be re- 'Betzer Girls' Gather with moved by hand. You must dig below the crown of the plant to Dig,preventremovefurtherfromdevel pment'the field and Familie for Big Birthday Party Name Omitted The list of names below a photo in last week's Western Star was incomplete. Left off was the name of Sotuh Central High School jun- ior Katee Lenertz, one of the SCHS art students whose works was recently displayed at the 32*d Annual Conference and Ex- hibition at Fort Hays State Uni- versity. through Tuesday, May 9 Watermelons FOOD STORES On April 20, Ellen Sweeney of Leawood took her mother Betty Betzer Brass to Albuquer- que, N. Mex to meet her two sisters, Wilma Betzer Billington of Las Cruces, New Mex and Mary Betzer Einsel of Wicken- burg, Ariz. to celebrate Betty's birthday. Unbenownst to the birthday girl, 23 more relatives and friends would also come to greet her. From California, was Dr. Ron Beeley, Stephanie Beeley, Nathan Beeley, Melissa Beeley, Ross Beeley and friend Armreka, Mr. and Mrs. Colby Gergovich and two children Ava Mary and Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Henish, Ruthann Zombolas and friend Kurt Reeves, and Mat- thew Sweeney. From Ariziona was Ralph Einsel. Coming from Portland, Ore was Rachael Neterer. From : Wl~ Ibm,~llmM Internee Service 582-2217 in Coldwater each Country Style peE pound 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday 307 S. Central 582-2401 Coldwater Ketchikan, Aiaska, was Chris- tine Einsel Neterer. From Colorado were Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moores, Dorothy Jean Moores and daughter Mikaela, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Moores, and Randall Thompson. From N. Mex.was Wilma Billington, Helen Jell, Rosemary Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fairchild and two sons Isaiah and Aiden. And the very important per- son present, whose help cannot be overstated was Dr. Mike Sweeney, as well as Todd Sweeney of Leawood. From the "'Betzer. sid ", nieces and nephews were present except Karen Einsel Lambert of Kodiak, Alaska, due to an illness in the family, and Richard Th- ompson of New York who was on a business in Miami, Fla. Headquarters was the Albu- querque Hotel in Old Town with its beautiful courtyard, excellent food, and many patios. After one evening dinner party the group was entertained by a good- hearted "Roast" written and read by Randall Thompson about the Betzer cousins Meanwhile, back in Coldwat- er while Betty. was gone, Betty's husband Bob, Was visited by his two daughters Martha and Carolyn from Pueblo, Colo. Don't Forget the New H at the Comanche County Landfill 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday Y gy. Call 635-6172 or 582-2832 by SCHS Counselor Ben Horyna [~ Thursday 2 / May 4, 2006 McPherson College will be host- ing a Bulldog Visit Day on Sat- urday, May 6, beginning at 8:30 a.m. If you are interested in at- tending, you can register online at www.mcpherson.edu/admis- sions. Garden City Community Col- lege and Sandhill Orthopedic & Sports Medicine is offering a Student Athletic Training Camp from July 10-13. The fee for the camp is $200 and that pays meals, all supplies, notebook, lodging and t-shirit. If you are interested in more information, please see ne. 4-H', Do Well in Judging by Mike Deewall, Com. Co. Extension Agent, Ag. and Natural Resources Comanche County 4-H'ers did well in the Seward County Community College Livestock Judging contests held recently in Liberal Jon Gray was high individual in the Open Junior. Diyision with a score of 414 out of a possible 450. Jon had an average placing score of 47 out of the possible 50. Jamin Huck did very well also. Jamin was the sixth high Open Senior Division individual judge. Tanner Huck did well too. The 4-H livestock judgers next participated in the Pawnee County Livestock contest April 29 in Lamed. The Junior Division team consisting of Tanner Huck, Rob- ert Olson, and Madison Rickabaugh, also had a good day and placed third in their division. Kayla Olson and Ori Ricka- baugh judged as individuals. In the Senior Division, Jamin Huck and Jon Gray judged as in- dividuals. Jamin Huck was the 5th place Senior individual. In all, 78 4-H'ers judged at this contest. Former Extension Agent Paul Rickabaugh volunteers his time to coach the 4-H Livestock Judg- ing Team. In the Senior Division Rickabaugh and Extension Agent Mike Deewall both placed in the top five. At Co-op Elevator Apr. 26 2.16 Apr. 27 2.15 Apr. 28 2.22 May 1 225 May 2 2.21 Farmers Cooperative