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Notice Senior Lunch Spring Livestock Show I Have Fun atLast RIF Day of ' p H So , mlng u ere on R]FCeoordinator through fifthgraderscameto South Central Elementary RIF Tuesday, May 2, tables and by Mike Deewail, Barrows will show first followed School celebrated Summer Va- tables of paperbacks books were Com. Co. Extension Agent, by the gilts. There will be no cation Time as its third Reading awaiting an owners Ag. and Natural Resources breeding gilt classes. Swine is Fundamental Day theme. First, RIF mother, Jacque The Comanche County Spring Livestock Show will be Saturday, May 20, at the Coman- che County Fair Grounds in Coldwater. In the cattle division, pros- pect steers, breeding heifers and bucket calves will be exhibited. There will also be junior and senior showmanship. The swine show will be for prospect market animals only. At Co-op Elevator May 3 2.20 May 4 2.16 May 5 2.18 May 8 2.14 '/lay 9 2.15 Farmers Cooperative showmanship will be junior, in- termediate, and senior divisions. Prospect market sheep and goat classes will also be offered. All junior exhibitors includ- ing out of county are welcome and urged to participate. Ani- mals will be weighed in from 8 a.m. until 9 a.m. The hog show will start at 10 a.m. followed by the sheep and goat. The cattle show will be at 2 p.m. Comanche County swine, sheep and goats will be weighed in for the county fair in conjunc- tion with this event. To simplify this process we ask that those animals not being shown in the spring show be weighed in from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday, May 19, at the fair grounds. Those showing in the Spring Show will be weighed and tagged Saturday, May 20, at 8 a.m. For more information contact Comanche County Extension at 582-2411. i Prices Good now Banquet Frozen Dinners through Tuesda May16 TenderCrust SplitopWheat Blue Bunny 24-ounce loaf Rib Eye ~-gallon square p@r pound Assorted Lays Lihby' s corn, green beans, peas bags cans FOOD STORES 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sunday 307 S. Central 582-2401 Coldwater 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/ LL Governor One candidate for Secretary of State One candidate for Commissioner of Insurance One candidate for State Representa- tive, 116th District One candidate for Member, State Board of Education, 7th District One candidate for District Court Judge, 16th District, Ist Division One candidate for County Commis- sioner 1st District One candidate for Township 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 band 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 Ediger shared books with the students. Some of the books she read to the students were Across America, I Love You by Chris- tine Loomis, Arthur's Family Vacation by Marc Brown, The Clown-Arounds Go on Vacation by Joanna Cole, School's Out: Great Vacation Riddles by Jo- seph Rosenbloom, The Beren- stain Bears Go to Camp by Stan Berenstain, Emma's Vacation by David McPhail, Little Critter's The Trip by Mercer Mayer, and Mr. Bear's Vacation by Debi Gliori. Each grade level listened to a different story and talked about some of the students' plans for summer vacation. For the RIF activity, students designed their own postcards to send someone this summer. Stu- dents were given a black scratch- offpostcard and a small stick to scratch the black with. As the students scratched the black off the postcard, different colors appeared to show the picture or design that had been created. Students may actually mail these cards to someone while on va- cation this summer! For the snack, students had choices from many different kinds of cookies and grape Gatorade. Mothers making cookies for the RIF Day were Gayla Kissel, Terri Brosius, Terri Olson, Lisa Hadley, Becky Holler, Amy Barlovic, Anglea Harris, and Marva Mosshart. Finally, came the best part of the Reading Is Fun Day -- choosing the one special paper- back book for each student to put in his or her own personal library at home! After much looking, carrying one book around, then exchanging it for another that looked better, each student fi- nally decided on the best book for him or her. One way summer vacation will be spent by the students of South Central will be reading and re-reading the wonderful books that students have gotten this year through the school's RIF program. Mar. 15 -- Mar. 19 Monday Chicken Salad Sandwich Peas Coleslaw Bun Peaches Tuesday Roast Beef Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy Calif. Mixed Vegetables WW Roll Cranberry Crunch Bar Wednesday Salisbury Steak Baked Potatoes Broccoli w/Ch Sauce WW Bread Fruit cocktail w/Stwbries Thursday Baked Ham Cranberry Sauce Sweet Potatoes Peas WW Roll Applesauce Friday Chicken Strips Macaroni & Cheese Breaded Tomatoes WW Roll Plums Land is located from Coldwater, KS 13 miles S. on Hwy. 1 and then W. one-half mile. Selling the NW4 section 24-34- 19. Farm offers 144 +/- acres of cropland. Full possession at closing on July 1, 2006. Owner will be selling surface rights only. 10% down day of the Auction. Closing on or about July 1, 2006. National For additional property details, contact: Mark Callender, Agent 620-397-5160 mcallender@ farmersnational .com Dighton, KS A- 6999