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Piano students of Debi Sherman performed a recital last Sunday the at Coldwater United Methodist Church. Those performing were (back left to right) Sammy Hagins, daughter of Brandon and Stacy Hagins; Abigail Rogers, daughter of Edwin and Andrea Rogers; Kelsey Hackney, daughter of Klete and Emily Hackney; Addison Colter, daughter of Stephanie Colter and Brady Colter; Hunter McGuire, daughter of Clint and Angie McGuire; Abrianna Uhl, daughter of Andy and Jennifer Uhl; Skylar Prusa, daughter of Steve and AJ Prusa and Jana Aicken;instructor Debi Sherman; (middle left to right) Ashlynn Price, daughter of Travis and Tanya Price; Olivia Johnson,daughter of Rebecca Johnson; Kailey Hagins, daughter of Brandon and S tacy Hagins; Reese McGuire, daughter of C lint and Angie McGuire; Madi McGuire, daughter of C iint and Ashley McGuire; Katy Friend, daughter of Royce and Emily Friend; Anna Hoffman, daughter of Kyle and Kristi Hoffman; Fayth Price, daughter of Travis and Tanya Price; Carson Gerstner, son of Dave and Monika Gerstner; (front left to right) Abbie Hoffman, daughter of Kyle and Kristi Hoffman; Alyson Harrel, daughter of Brady and Jill Harrel; Chaniell Blundell, daughter of Jeff and Chelsea Blundell; Dean Friend, son of Royce and Emily Friend; Trenton Hagins, son of Brandon and Stacy Hagins; and JT Prusa--son of Steve and AJ Prusa. photo by Dave Gerstner Due to the "ads vs. news ratio" this week, a number of items were held over for next week. Wrong Time Means Many Missed Recital Due to some confusion on A number of people planning ity for the error, and apologises the part of the editor, the time of to attend arrived near the end of to all those who missed the re- the piano recital last Sunday was the recital. Star editor Dennies cital due to his error. incorrectly listed. Andersen takes full responsibil- pring Livestock Show by Aaron Sawyers, Com. Co. Ag. Agent This Saturday, May 9, at the Comanche Count Fairgrounds 4- H'ers from Comanche County, along with youth from the neigh- boring area, will converge to par- ticipate in the Annual Comanche County Spring Livestock Show. The swine show will get un- derway at 10 a.m. starting with the prospect barrows and fol-- lowed by the prospect market gilts. The swine show will then be followed by Showmanship. Thirty minutes after the swine show, the lamb and goat show will be begin. Prospect lambs fol- lowed by sheep showmanship will be first. We will then follow the sheep show with the prospect goat show and wrap the morning up with goat showmanship. We will then take a one hour break before the beef show kicks off. The beef show will start with the bucket calf, followed by beef showmanship. Concluding the day, will be the breeding heifer show fol- lowed by the Prospect Market Beef Show. The Annual Spring Livestock Show provides a good warm-up for both the livestock and the young exhibitors in getting ready for the Comanche County Fair. Please come and be a part of the audience. Lunch will be avail- able at the new Fair Building. Notice Published in The Western Star salaries, 3,489.93; Dirks, supply, Thursday, May 7, 2015. 40c 619.39; McCully & Associates, service, 960.00 LIST OF CLAIMS allowed by the Board of Commissioners at their regular meeting held May 5, 2015. COUNTY GENERAL: County Employees, salaries, 36,229.41; ATT, utility, 905.04; Bolen, sup- ply, 977.78; Brooks Plumbing, supply, 210.69; Burt, Glennda, mileage, 137.10; Business Card, supply, 226.40; City of Coldwa- ter, utility, 223.61; Clerk of Paw- nee, service, 386.50; KCTA, reg- istration, 550.00; KS District Mag- istrate Judge Assoc., dues, 200.00; Peoples Insurance, notary, 50.00; Service Janitorial, supply, 205.10; Verizon, utility, 209.12 ROAD AND BRIDGE: County Employees, salaries, 19,459.08; Byram Manufacturing, supply, 95.37; Home Lumber, supply, 134.85; John Deere Financial, supply, 266.40; KGS, utility, 121.87; Kropf Oil, supply, 683.90; Service Janitorial Supply, supply, 115.50; Wilmore Oil, fuel, 16,803.89 COUNTY BUILDING: Wilmore Home Improvement, service, 300.00 COUNTY FIRE: County Employ- ees, salaries, 1,200.00; Brooks Plumbing, supply, 637.96; Verizon, utility, 51.37 AMBULANCE: County Employ- ees, salaries, 6,432.21; Airgas, supply, 202.56; BoundTree Medi- cal, supply, 3,070.35; Kropf Oil, supply, 927.51; NebKan Specality Vehicles, repairs, 112.67; Protec- tion Storage, service, 55.00; Pub- lic Safety Center, supply 124.84; Southern Pioneer, utility, 144.70 EMERGENCY 911: ATT, utility, 794.18; Business Card, supply, 75.03 NOXIOUS WEED: County Em- ployees, salaries, 264.00 I, Alice S'mith, County Clerk, do hereby certify that the above list of claims was allowed by the Board of Commissioners at their regular meeting held May 5, 2015. In testimony thereof, I have hereto set my hand and the offi- cial seal of Comanche County this fifth day of May, 2015. HEALTH: County Employees, salaries, 3,024.20; ATT, utility, 147.84; Medical reimbursement, 656.52; Pfizer, vaccine, 2,979.74; Shari Jeilison, mileage, 86.00 SEAL Alice Smith, APPRAISER: County Employees, Comanche County Clerk Recycling Starts with YOU! The First of Three U Will be That will include limbs, branches, and brush which must be cut to a maximm of 10 feet in length and sitting along the curb or in the edge of the street to be picked up. Yard clippings will also be picked up, but must be in a separate stack. To get on the pick-up list, call Coldwater City Clerk Kristal Sherman at 582-2940 by 5 p.m., Thursday, May 27. 4o.42c