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First Time in by Bob Greer weather caused officials to cut South CentralHigh School's play offat just nine holes. varsity golfers finished second Each team was allowed to last Friday, April 28, in the an- enter six players, but onlythetop nual Ashland Invitational tour- four totals counted toward final ney. team scores. The event was at the Ashland Kinsley High School won the Golf Course, a 9-hole layout meetwith 185 strokes for its four with men's par of 36 strokes. It best players. The Coyotes edged was for varsity players only, with South Central High by three no junior-varsity action taking strokes, with the Timberwolves place, totaling 188. SCHS took just four players Greensburg High finished for the day. The teams finished third at 193, and Pawnee Heights nine holes and planned to play a High School from Rozei, was second nine. But threatening fourth with 23 I. Fowler High and Buffalo (Okla.) High also had players present. But neither had enough to compete for team honors. Meet medalist was Alex Reinecke, a junior from Greens- burg. He and Jordan Hudson from Kinsley both finished 9- hole play with 41 strokes. But a scorecard playoffgave Reineeke first place and Hudson second. Josh Klein of South Central, Justin Chaffin from Kinsley, and (continued from page 8) 50 YEARS AGO From May 4, !956 Star Alter several months of near- drouth a general rain fell over most parts of Comanche county, totaling nearly an inch and a half in the north part of the county Monday night. At Coldwater the moisture totaled .82 inch, ac- cording to the government gauge, Vernon Pepperd reports. Ellis, Kathy Woolfolk, and Myrna Edmonston. Alternate is Regina Trease. Thieves hit the New Eden neighborhood hard recently. They broke into the Isenbart house by knocking out glass doors and took silverware and a carpet sweeper and took the lawn mower from the washhouse after breaking the lock. They took three good saddles from the York I arn and then at the McCay First to Start Last to Quit [-Day Money Back Guarantee on all Chain Saws now in stock Call Cleo Katz Your Authorized local Shindaiwa Dealer (620) & We will close at 2p.m. on Saturday, May 13 for the Timberwolf Graduatieon Excercises. Super Savings Super Deals *Laundromat Now Open! Our New Latmdromat has now been completed and will be open the same hours as the cafe. *WEEKL YDRA WINGS FOR A FREE MEAL! April would like to congratulate our newest winners: Roger Hoffman of Coldwater for breakfast, Raymond Affeldt of Coldwater for lunch, and Darlene Proctor of Coldwater for supper. *MEAL TICKETS! The Meal Ticket is a pre-pay program which entitles the participant to a 20% discount off menu prices. Minimum purchase of $50.00. Ask your server for details. We look forward to serving you.t N. Central 620-582-2033 Coldwater Last week the H.& H. Appli- house rummaged through clos- Andrew Siler from Greensburg ante Co. of this city moved its ets and dresser drawers and took all finished with 43 strokes. But business from he Culp building a clock and bedding and a num- a scorecard playoffwas used to at the corner of Central and her of tools from the barn. A place Klein third, Chaff'm fourth, Main street to the Ernest Oiler motor was taken from Mark and Siler fifth, building on east Main street for- Brown's granary. The sheriff Ben Murphy of South Central meriT occupied by the K. & N. and KBI men came to investi- carded 45 strokes, atld placed sixth overall. Five others all shot 47 strokes. A scorecard playoff placed them this way: 7. Kent Wetzel of Kinsley. 8. Alex Yauk of Buffalo. 9. Jatin Allen of Fowler. 10. Jordan Ebert of Kinsley. And 11. Trevor Sherman of South Central. Cafe. The appliance company has more room for display and storage in the now location, they state. The Scholle Cafe announced this week a new dining room for parties, special dinners, etc. The High Plains Amateur Re- gate the theft but there are no clues at this writing. A dozen Wilmore area men had a "plowing bee" for August Metzger last Friday. August en- tered St. Joseph Hospital Sunday and is going to have surgery this week, so his neighbors and dio Club held their monthly ham friends itched in to help with the Only 10 individual medals get together at the home of Mr. farm work. were awarded, however. Sopho- and Mrs. Glen McCulla Sunday, more Kekoa Mendenhall April29. rounded out South Central scor- A wide variation oftempera- ing with 53 strokes, ture in the Lookout area was ex- Friday's loss was the first perienced last week with the low defeat for South Central High's 40s on Tuesday to 97 on Thurs- varsity golfers in regular-season day, accompanied by hard, hot play for the past two seasons, winds. Next action for the Timber- wolf golfers, coached by Rich- 40 YEARS AGO h ard Thompson, was Tuesday of From May 5, 1966 Star this week. That was at the Pro- tection Golf Course for nine This county, with its many holes only. herds of Herefords and Angus, Hits Tenth is one ofthe principal beef pro- ducing counties in Kansas with annual sales of cattle totalling Anniversary several million dollars. The With State Coldwater Sales Company, which is rated as among the best Wade Sherman, senior equip- in the state, holds weekly sales ment operator for the Kansas each week except during wheat Department of Transportation harvest and attracts many buy- crew based in Coldwater marks ers from a wide area. 10 years with the KDOT this Just elected, Protection's A month, team cheer leaders for next year Sherman is one ofl9 employ- are Vicki Williams, Cindy ees who will mark either 10, 20, Harmon, Diane Webster, and 30, or 40 years with KDOT this Dana Leeper. B Team cheer-SUNDAY, MAY 14 May. leaders are Kerry Hazen, Patty mother's nd Pick-Up THE FTDe SPRING GARDEI~ Is Thi Saturday I Flowers as fresh as if Mom picked them herself spring from a gorgeous This Saturday will be the second of two Spring handpainted vase.This is theperfect Cleanup Days in Coldwater. giftfor the woman who has everything This time, tree limbs and branches will be picked -- and then some. up, along with grass and yard clipping in appropri- ate containers. I Deliveries in Tree limbs and branches should be cut to no more IColdwater, Protection than 10 feet in length and piled as neatly as possible & Wtlmore. along the curb for pickup. Grass clippings, leaves, and other yard waste 1-800-264-9864 should not be put in trash bags. Instead, it should be placed along the curb in trash cans or something T own similar that can be picked up by the city crew and dumped in to a truck to be hauled away. Country All that will be hauled way by the city crew this Saturday -- but only for those who get their names on the pick-up list at city hall. F 1 oral Those wishing to have limbs, branches, and other yard waste hauled of by the city should call City Coldwater 582-2591 Clerk Kristal Sherman at City Hall, 582-2940, to get on the pick-up list. Deadline for making the call Ilm I1 and getting on the list is noon this Friday. ~L