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Greetings from all of the Prai- rie Plaza folks. It has been rather nice to have some damp weather for a change. Almost an inch of rain here at the Plaza this week, so things are looking up for all of us. Better get all those mowers sharpened, guys. I had a nice surprise Sunday when my Garden City kids showed up for a few hours. We had time to eat out and visit a little. They got home just in time for the tornado warnings. Hope that area finally got some mois- ture. Our only May birthday here at the Plaza is Mary McFee on May 20. Hope her day is very special. Ruth Morris was very happy Saturday to have Carol Nigh- V Starts with SUNDAY, MAY 14 mother's THE FTDe TIMELESS ELEGANCE" BOUQUET Her grace and style are unmistakable. This Mother's Day celebrate Morn with something she might choose for herself! A simple vase infused with pure color is filled with our most sophisticated arrangement Deliveries in Coldwater, Protection, & Wilmore. 1-800-264-9864 Town & Country Floral Coldwater 582-2591 by Darlene Hilt T-Wolf Girls Face Rough Field Of Competitors in Jetmore by Bob Greer the track. She was unplaced in a Too many tough competitors time of 14 minutes, 55.61 sec- swonger come by and take her in one big meet. Not enough tal- onds. But she did have the dis- out to lunch, and then a cruise ent to go around for the South tinction of setting a new all-time around town. Isn't it wonderful Central High School track and SCHS girls record for that event. to have friends that are so field girls. Tbe old mark had been15 :00.23, thoughtful. That was the story last Friday, also held by Becca. Thelma Lytle, her girls and as the Timberwolf girls com- In each ofthethree relays, the sister Naomi Bogdahn traveled peted in the annual Jetmore High SCHS girls managed to place to Newkirk, Okla Sunday to School Invitational. The event fifth. They took that place in the check out the casino. She says attracted a huge field of 15 teams 3200-meter relay with a clock- Patricia was the only one that in the girls division. South Cen- ing of 11:08.21. Those runners had any luck. tral managed to score 13 team were Rachael Johnson, Leslie Mike and Cathy Brown were points and placed 13th among Girk, Jordan Jarnagin, and here for a short time over the the 15 schools taking part. Becca Westrup. weekend, and spent time at the Here were the final team In the 1600-meter relay, lake and out at the Gregg ranch, standings for the girls: SCHS was timed in 4 minutes, They hope to return here for 1. Greensburg first with 82 27.08 seconds for fifth place. Mother's Day, so Neva Mark- team points. 2. Bucklin 72. 3. Those runners were Abby ham hopes to see more of them Meade 64.4. Ness City 60.5. Miller, Rachael Johnson, Leslie and other visitors who are com- Macksville 57.6. Cimarron 45. Girk, and Jordan Jarnagin. Jor- ing home. 7-8. Skyline High School from dan anchored that foursome with Our sympathy and prayers go Pratt and Dighton shared these a time of 63.13 for her 400 out to the family of Juanita two places with 34 points each. meters. Darroch on the loss of their 9. Haviland 28. SCHS clocked 54.14 seconds loved one. 10. LaCrosse with 22 teamfor fifth place in the 400-meter Edith Lenertz had grand- points. 11. Meet-host Jetmore relay. Those runners were daughter Jill here from Forgan, with 17. 12. South Gray High Lorinda Lester, Jordan Jarnagin, Okla Sunday for a visit. School from Montezuma with 16 Leslie Girk, and Abby Miller. Shirley Coonfield also had a points. 13. South Central High Other SCHS girls also com- short visit from her son B.J and with 13. 14. Spearville 10. 15. peted, but did not place or score he ran into a terrible hail storm Hanston with 4 team points, team points. Here were their at Ford on his way home to For the full day, South Cen- events and marks: Dodge City. tral won five places. The Tim- Long Jump -- Kenzie Price Martin Parks said he is feel- berwolves finished fifth in each 10 feet, 10 inches. 300-Meter ing pretty good, and his head is of the three relay races. Senior Intermediate Hurdles -- Becca healing nicely after his little Jordan Jarnagin placed third in Westrup 59.90 seconds, lO0- porch mishap, the 800-meter run with a clock- Meter Dash -- Abby Miller We hope all you mothers ing of 2 minutes, 36.3 seconds. 13.47. Lorinda Lester 13.55. have a very special daynext Sun- Cindy Reimer took fitth in the CindyReimer 13.82.400Meters day. 200-meter dash with a time of -- Rachael Johnson was dis- Thought for the day -- "The 28.58 seconds, qualified for a false start. good old days were when clothes Becca Westrup had a big day 200-Meter Dash -- Abby dryer repair meant tying a knot for the T-Wolves in the 3200- Miller 29.38. Lorinda Lester in the clothes line." meter run eight laps around 29.21. ' 9 Sale to be held from Coldwater, KS, south on Highway 160 for 5 miles, and on south on Highway 1 for 9 miles, then 4 miles east and mile north. From Oklahoma line approximately 4 miles north on Highway 1, then 4 miles east and mile north. 1979 F250 Ford pickup, 4x4, 4-speed trans has 5th wheel 8N Ford tractor, PTO, 3-pt. 1966 60 Chev. truck, ! 5 ft. bed, hoist, 5/2speed, V-8 engine 672 Brent grain cart 1970 Timpte 42 ft. grain trailer w/ Shur-lock rollovertarp 1971 Ford Truck 3 - J.D. 8300 16-10 drills J.D. 610 27-ft. flex chisel Flex King 42 ft. sweep plow w/ pickers J.D. 1010 42 ft. field conditioner J.D. 360 24 ft. disc J.D. 330 28 ft. disc w/spring harrow J.D. 1280 8 row planter J.D. 16 ft. D'WA disc Noble 25 tt. sweep plow 2 - J.D. 6-16 moldboard plows, hyd. Eversman 600 dirt mover, approx. 6 yards' J.D. 27 ft. crustbuster J.D. 3-6 sweep plow 2 - Sets of 5-8 ft. 10" hoe drills J.D. 6-5 sweep plow J.D. 709 7 it. PTO mower J.D. 3-pt. sickle mower 6x16 ft. Shelby stock trailer, full top, floor good Pull-type Tote fertilizer spreader Hesston 5800 baler 125 3-wheel Honda (620) 582-2539 AUCTIONEERS: Kirk Bros Bucklin, KS 620-826-3386/3759/9930/3229/5067 cell www.kirkbrosauction.com 3-pt. 2 bale fork for tractor Seed cleaner Dunbar Kappl vac for grain PTO Upright Bin, approx. 250 bu. Grain augers, 212 ft. - 27 ft. Small grain roller mill Bale spike for front loader 42' PTO 8" auger Drill fill auger 2 - 4"x 14' augers 15 ft. Graham Hoeme chisel 2 - 3-section drag harrows 2 - Antique wheel IHC drills 110 gas tank w/pump 2 - L-shape gas tanks 3 - Round bale feeders 8' stock tank Some other items not listed. CLERK: Judy Kirk Greensburg, KS 620-723-2657 Juanita Darroch Juanita Darroch, 85, died May 5, 2006, at the Comanche County Hospital in Coldwater. She was born Aug. 19, 1919 on the family farm south of Coldwater, near Buttermilk, the daughter of Roy and Hattie (Leakey) Oiler. She attended Avilla Country School and graduated from Coldwater High School 1939. She a:!i.fe- time resident of Comanche County. She married Abe Junior Darroch June 4, 1939, at Butter- milk. They operated the movie theater in Protection for a few years, before moving to the farm. In her later years, she was a ru- ral route mail carrier, taking over her late husband's route. The last four years of life, she was a resi- dent of the Pioneer Lodge in Coldwater. She was a member of the First Christian Church, Order of East- ern Star #224, and V.F.W. Aux- iliary, all of Coldwater. She was preceded in death by her husband March 28, 1983. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, Clarence and one granddaughter, Karla. Her survivors include: one daughter, Sondra Marley of Coldwater; one son, Dan Darroch and wife Cathy of Mercedes, Tex.; four grandchil- dren: Stacy Marley, Sherisse Espinoza and husband Manuel, Damon Darroch and wife Missy, and Danny Wayne Darroch and wife Ysmin; 10 great-grandchil- dren, Andrew, Sarah, Elizabeth, Katie, Chelsea, Courtney, Mia, Doria, Merick, and Marleigh; and one sister, Imogene Dorsey of Shattuck, Okla. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Memorials may be sent to Comanche County Hospital or Calvary Christian School in care of Haffield-Prusa Funeral Home, P.O. Box 417, Coldwater, KS 67029-0417. 41,42c