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mmn (eonitnued from page 1) duce any potential loss. to give $1 per hour of her wage ---Voted to pay Chief --Approved a bid of $551 to an assistant manager when Konrade $35 per month for celi from Rusty Murphey of Protec- the manager herself had to be phone use. That amounts to a tion for the 1984 Ford half-ton absent from the pool. $20 per month saving over what pickup the city had Offered for Reviewed the Sam Staggs the city had been paying to pro- sale. Only ,other bid was from fowl case. Due to the lack of any vide a cell phone for the chief. Ronnie Beer of Protection, in communication from Staggs on --Heard a report from Citythe amount of $325. the matter, it was tabled untiithe Clerk Duane Brumbaugh that--Heard the city clerk report July 11 council meeting. there were five cases heard in he had not received a progressAkgreed with the city municipal court during May. report on the repair of the Broad- clerk's recommendation to post- --Heard the clerk report that way property owned by Alfred pone raising the sewer rates un- auditors had postponed their Zimmerman. Building inspector til Sept. 16. A new sewer rate or- visit to Protection and would be Craig Divoll will make contact dinance will be voted upon at the there this week instead of a week with Zimmerman to determine Aug. 8 meeting. earlier, whatprogress has been made on Reviewed the budget for Heard the clerk report he the building repairs. 2007. Proposed is a 1-1.5 mill levy would be out of the office June Heard Councilman Divoll increase, which would result in 19 for personal business, report that he will submit the a$30-40,000 increase in funding --Received a report from the plans and bid documents for the over this year. With that, the city clerk that a Travelers Insur- new building to be located on council hopes to increase vari- ance Company representative the old community building site. ous departmental budgets. would complete a loss analysis --Voted to amend the con- Voted to appoint LeRoy for the city and have recommen- tract ofMeridith Yoder as swim- Zielke as municipal court judge dations for the council to help re- ming pool manager, to allow her for the coming year. ecall ers I by Darlene Caraway The Glitzy Gals Red Hat Soci- ety met June 7, at the home of June Kliesen. The other host- esses were Phyllis Scherich and Virginia Hadley. Clara Louthan helped with calling. Fourteen members enjoyed a Wanda announced that the Pratt lunch of pita sandwiches, salad Red Hatters were hosting a Pond and cake. and Garden Show 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Following lunch the business June 17, if anyone was interested meeting was held. Queen Mother in going. Wanda Booth, the presided. Members discussed ideas for Members recited the Red Hat future meetings, and then went Warning. They ask each mem- outside where some of them bey where they went on their played croquet. honeymoon: Phyllis and Dee The next meeting will be on Scherich and Janis and Jerry July 5. Hostesses will be Ruby Allen have June anniversaries. Booth and Darlene Caraway. Taking Nominations for FSA County-Committee Agricultural producers on USDA Farm Service Agency grams administered byFSA and throughout the nation can nomi- (FSA) county committees now live in the local administrative nate eligible candidates to serve through Aug. 1, 2006, for the area conducting an election may county committee elections to be nominated for candidacy for held in the fall. a committee. Farmers and ranchers have an To become a nominee, eli- important opportunity to ensure gible individuals must sign nomi- that their FSA county commit- nation form FSA-699A. The form tees represent them by partici- includes a statement that the pating in the county committee nominee agrees to serve if election process. FSA encour- elected. ages agricultural producers -Farmers and ranchers should across the county to nominate keep the following dates in mind ,eligible candidates, especially during the 2006 county commit- minorities and women, to serve tee election process: on the County FSA Committee * The nomination period be- and to vote this fail. gun June 15, and Aug. 1 is.the Farmers and ranchers who deadline to file nomination forms serve on county committees help at the local USDA Service Cen- make decisions necessary to ad- ter. minister federal farm programs * USDA will mail ballots to offered in their communities, eligible voters by Nov. 3. The County committees make deci- last day to return voted ballots # sions on agricultural issues such to the local USDA Service Cen- as commodity price support ter is Dec. 4. Camala Gates loans and payments, conserva- * Newly elected county com- tion programs, disaster pay- mittee members will take office Gates Earns Her merits and employing county ex- Jan. I, 2007. ecutive directors. Associates Degree Agricultural producers who Name Jackson In Dental Hygiene participate or cooperate pro- TO Honorble CamalaGates, RDH, recently Naim, Moore Mention List graduated from Wichita State University in the College of ,-- .% VOWS EvanJackson,2005graduatl Health Professions. Amberlee Nairn and Christo- of South Central High School, i: among those on the honorabk The recent college graduate pher Moore were married June mention list for the spring 200( is the 22-year-old daughter of 3, 2006, at the Helena Baptist semester at Noah Central Kan. Chan and Susan and the grand- Church in Helena, Ga. sas Technical College at Beloi! daughter of Valerie Gates, all of After a honeymoon cruise,and Hays. " Coldwater. the newlyweds are at home in To be on this list a studenl A 2002 graduate of SouthAthens, Ga. Both graduated Central High School, she re- from the University of Georgia has to maintain a 3.0 - 3.79 grade ceived her associate of science at Athens in May. pont average. Jackson studied degree in dental hygiene and is Christopher is the grandson heavy equipment operation at NCKTC. currently in the process ofcom- of former Coldwater residents Jackson is the son of Darren pleting the bachelor's program Don Avey and the late Virginia and Kenna Jackson of rural Cold- where license to practice is re- Avey. quired, water. Commencement was Satur- Family Surprises day, May 15, with a class of 29 Your students. Priorto commencement, she Dad with Dinner Professional received the Outstanding Aca- Joe Spence's family sur- Florists demic Achievement Award. This prised him with a birthday din- award was given to one student ner on Saturday, Jun ! 7. Not of- Town & Country who maintained the highest cu- ten the three children are able to mulative grade point average be here at the same time.I Floral over the last four years of col- Those attending were Joe and lege. Virginia Spence, daughter She has successfully com-Deanna Chenoweth of Katy, I 1-800-264-9864 [ pleted all requirements neces- Tex son Byron, Julie, Elizabeth " sary for Dental Hygiene and Inn Spence of Wichita, son [ licensure as established by the Dan, Marlene and Katy Spence Kansas Dental Board. She is of Weir, and Jordan Brooks of employed by Advanced Dental Pittsburg. Grandsons D. J. and II q llasStorlm Arts of Manhattan, where she Jacob Spence and Jim and Vanita k with 3 currently lives. Blundell were unable to attend. in Protection Will be closed the last Friday Saturday, Sunday of June June 23, 24, & 25. Attention Farmers Don't Forget that we can handle your farm hydraulic hose repairs, and have on hand what it takes to make up any new hydraulic hoses you need. Central Fuel & Service, Inc. 100 N. Central 582-2621 Coldwater