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Greetings from all ;our Prai- rie Plaza neighbors. We hope you are all staying cool. That inch of rain we had was wonderful and maybe some more coming this week. Did some ofybu sneak out to do that rain dance? Lola Robbins had a great crowd for her birthday party and they were having a wonderful time. Hope everyone remembers that we do have the nice Com- munity Room here at the Plaza that is available for various events, so give Darlene a call to schedule your next event. We are glad to have Ruth Timmons home again. She says her family is taking good care of her and she hopes to get her otice I Dr. Richard Roenfeldt -Optometrist- ,4dull-Child Eye Care Q/asses Fi#sd oeonlactlenses Ishland Office Will Be Open 2nd & 4th Tuesdays 10:00 A.M. by Darlene Hilt strength back soon. Neighbor Thelma Lytle said the Steak House at Ford was sure busy on Father's Day, they had a wonderful buffet. Richard and Darlene Cara- way and Jerry and Janis Allen went to Montana Mike's in Dodge City to celebrate Father's Day. They had a delicious din- ner then did a little shopping. Ruth Morris enjoyed her din- 'ner out on Sunday and saw many old iends. She hopes to have a special visitor soon. Hope all of you fathers had a wonderful day for all your cel- ebrations. Hope you caught a fish or got to do something fun. I haven't had a father for 49 years, but he was very special. I wish every child could have the" kind of parents that I had. Martin Parks hopes he and his sister can stay well for their up- coming reunion, he also hopes the weather cooperates, so ev- eryone can be here. A party is planned for resi- dents Wednesday, June 28. Hope all of our people can at- tend. Have a good week and call a friend. Thought for the day -- "If you are all wrapped up in your- self, you are overdressed." Notice & Super Savings Super Deals *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. *Laundromat Now Open/Our New Laundromat 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: Bill Sanders of Protection for breakfast, Dan Toneges of Protection for lunch, and Carol Nighwsonger of Coldwater for supper. We look forward to serving you/ 502 N. Central First published in The Western Star Thursday, June 15, 2006. 46-48c IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY E. OVEROCKER, DECEASED. Pursuant to K.S.A. (~hapter 59 Case No. 06 PR 7 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: Yon are notified that a Petition for Partial Distribution was filed in this Court on June 13, 2006 by Ralph Shrnuner seeking an order distribut- ing the real estate described as: All that portion of the South- west Quarter (SW/4) of Sec- tion Thirty (30), Township Thirty-two (32) South, Range Nineteen (19) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Coman- che County, Kansas, which is North of the Railroad Tracks to Janice O. St. Clair pursuant to Article IV of the Last Will and Testa- ment of Mary E. Overocker, de- ceased, dated June 29, 2004, and the term mineral interest relating to this real estate to Janice O. St. Clair and James Alan Overocker pursuant to Article VI of the Will ; approving dis- tribution of the cash proceeds from the sale of the real estate described as; The Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (NW/4 NW/4); the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (SE/ 4 NW/4); and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SW/4 NE/4) of Sec- tion Eighteen (18),) Township Thirty-two (32) South, Range Nineteen (19); and, the North- east Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (NE/4 NE/4) and the West Half of the Southeast Quarter (W/2 SE/4) of Section Thirteen (13), Township Thirty-two (32) South, Range Twenty (20) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Coman- che County, Kansas The West Half of the North- east Quarter (W/2 NE/4) of Section Thirty (30), Township Thirty-three (33) South, Range Nineteen (19) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Comanche County, Kansas Francis Mcllveen spent a long weekend with his parents Bill and Bettie Mcllveen, of Fort Dodge. As he arrived at the airport in Garden City to return to Alameda, Calif he saw Barbara Delaney and her two sons, Greg and BObby and Greg's son. Bar- bara was on her way to fly to Denver to visit her family. Bettie and Barbara had a great conver- sation it was good for Frank to be able to talk to both Barbara and Greg about old times. Christy Griffin said that the yard sale Saturday raised $265 for the sound system at the com- munity Building. Christy did ap- preciate Betty and Clark Yost, Ernie Griffin, Noreen and Lester Fry, Sue Peaster, Trish and Nell Local Hunter Draws Ink Not subscribing to the Wichita Eagle, and seldom see- ing a copy of it around, we missed a story in it a couple of months ago about a local girl. Michael Pearce outdoor writer of the Eagle came out in this neck of the woods to do some turkey hunting with Mark Sherman and his daughter Chelsey. They hunted in what they have come to call "Chelsey's Meadow" during recent years' hunts, and had good luck there. In the article, Pearce vividly recounts calling in two big tom turkeys and watching them strut their stuff in front of a two tur- key decoys that had been placed just for that purpose. The tur- keys were within 40 feet of the cedar in which the hunters were nestled, so they had almost a "ring-side seat" for the gobbling show of the toms. Chelsey and the writer each brought down one of the tur- keys. A photo accompanies the sports column, showing Chelsey with a pair of toms she shot one morning. 'Wilmore by Carmen Odell Timmer, the Dillingers, the Brutons, Jack and Patsy Ciine and Ruby Booth for all their hard work and donations. Tuesday I went to help with the summer reading program in Wilmore. Brooke and Lindsey Ferrin and Harlie Hackney were there to learn some dent facts about dinosaurs. They did some great coloring, too! Next week we're going to have a party with treats and prizes, so come join us for lots of fun 1:30-2:30 p.m. next Tuesday. The wind has been miserable, but it did blow in a storm, last Friday night We got about 80 hundredths of an inch of rain at our house. Harlow Peaster had a little over an inch up at his place. We are thankful for what we've got, but could sure use more. I was remembering the other day trying to teach my grand- parents how to use a calculator. Grandma was a retired school teacher so you can imagine what she had to say about that. I must have inherited Grandma's resistance to techno- logical advances because I feel about the computer the Way she did about the calculator. So, if you don't mind the old fash- ioned letter and stamp, I would love to hear from you. , You can reach me at Box 382, Wilmore, KS 67155. Published in The Western Star Thursday, June 22, 2006. 47c ORDER for closing of registration books before primary election August 1, 2006 Pursuant to the provisions of K.S.A. 25-2311( c ) notice is hereby given that on the 17tl day of July, 2006, all voter registration books for the primary election will close at the end of regular business hours. Registration books will remain closed until the 2"d day of August, 2006. WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of my office this 8tb day of June, 2006. ALICE SMITH County Election Officer The Northeast Quarter (NE/4) of Section Six (6), Township Thirty-three (33) South, Range Twenty (20) West of the Sixth Principal Meridian, Co- manche County, Kansas to James Alan Overocker pursuant to Article V of the Will. If you wish to challenge the Petition, you must file your written defenses on or before July 10, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. in Comanche County District Court, Courthouse, Coldwater, Kan- sas, at which time and place the Peti- Rick Beeley's New Cell Phone Number is 58 61 tion will be heard. Should you fail tdhuer:ionuJU?ogm;hnt;eildtioloben.entered in PR~]PhonShrauner IWilmore Saturday Nite: tive![ iu [ at the Wilmore Community Center] Greensbnrg, Kansas 67054 ] June 24 "-- Showtime 7:00 p.m. I Attorney for Petitioner Phone (620) 723-3336 L~SP I I p~QsI ] cial guest, "Center Stage" MC, Sue Mathews Also, Duane Boynton of Tulsa, Okla Wendy Monroe I ofGreensburg, & Wilmore locals I Concession Stand Opens at 6 p.m. [ Internet Service I Be sure to reserve your chair ahead o/time. " I I 582-2217 I Ca, Bank ofProtectiOn,email: ragtime@dgixius.net r Cindy @ Ragtime 620-582-2120. II [ in Coldwater J Don't wait too long and not have a place to sit I