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Sen. Moran Will Visit Coldwater U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R- Kan.) has announced that he will be in Coldwater as part of his Kansas Listening Tour on Thursday, July 21. That day he will be here for an hour -- from 1:30-2:30 p.m., on a walking tour of Coldwater's Main Street. Area residents are encour- aged to attend and share feed- back with Sen. Moran on the critical issues facing Kansas and the nation. The issues Sen. Moran focuses on and the work he does in Washington, D.C., are largely based on the conversa- tions he has with Kansans dur- ing these town hall meetings. Throughout his time in Con- gress, Sen. Moran has made it a priority to stay connected to the people he represents despite a distance of more than 1,000 miles between Capitol Hill and Kansas. Since his election to the U.S. Senate, Sen. Moran has contin- ued to hold town halls in each of Kansas' 105 counties. Then- Congressman Moran traveled to each of the 69 counties during his annual "Big First Listening Tour." First published in The Western Star on Thursday, July 7, 2016. 49-51c IN THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT, COMANCHE COUNTY, KANSAS PROBATE DEPARTMENT In The Matter of the Estate of: MARY ELLEN RINER, Deceased. Case No. 12-PR-20 NOTICE OF HEARING THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: Take notice that a petition has been filed in this Court request- ing that Executor's acts be ap- proved; her accounts be settled and allowed; the heirs be deter- mined; the Wiilbe construed, and the Es;tate be assigned to the per- sons entitled thereto; the Court find the allowances for attorneys' fees and expenses are reasonable and should be allowed; the costs be determined and paid; the ad- ministration of the Estate be closed; upon the filing of receipts the Executor be finally dis- charged as the Executor of the Estate of Mary Ellen Riner, de- ceased, and the Executor be re- leased from further liability. You are required to rde your writ- ten defenses to the petition on or before August 17, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. in the District Court, in Cold- water, Comanche County, Kan- sas, at which time andplace the cause will be heard. Should you fail to file your written defenses, judgment and decree will be en- tered in due course upon the pe- tition. DEBRA E. BROOKS Executor SUBMYI'TED BY: Derek S. Casey, #15125 TRIPLETT, WOOLF, & GARRETSON, LLC 2959 North Rock Road, Suite 300 Wichita, Kansas 67226 (316) 630.8100 Attorneys for the Executor Daniel and Ashley Cox Darnell, Cox Wed in Kaycee Ashley Darnell, daughter of couple will be held this Saturday, Clint and Shed Darnell of Pro- July 16, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the tection, and Daniel Cox, son of Legion Hall on Broadway in Pro- Lynne Cox of Carbondale, were tection. All our family and joined in marriage in a private friends are invited to come cel- ceremony in Kansas City on Sat- ebrate with us. Cake and punch urday, July 9,2016. Daniel is cur- will be served. rently working as a CNA and The couple have registered at continuing his education in nurs- Wal-Mart, Bed Bath, and Be- ing. Ashley recently graduated yond, and Amazon. and is beginning her career as a Their mailing address is 12800 Registered Dental Hygienist. W. 136th St., Apt. 203, Overland A wedding reception for the Park,KS 66221. Unaffiliated voter must affiliate with a Republican or Democratic Party to vote in the primary election on or before Election Day, August 2, 2016. If you would like to affiliate before election day, please contact the Comanche County Clerk's office. National Advertising Representative Kansas Press Assoc., Inc. 5423 S.W. 7th St. Topeka, KS 66606 Dennies D. Andersen, Editor/Publisher Entered as periodicals class matter since August 10, 1884, at the Post Office of Coldwater, Kansas 67029, under the Act of March 3, 1879, by The Westera Star, Inc., 113 S. Central, Coldwater, KS 67029. Periodicals class postage paid at Coldwater, Kansas 67029. Published weekly every Thursday at Coldwater, Phone No. (620) 582-2101. Largest circulation in this trade territory. A consolidation of 12 newspapers. Annual subscription rate is $28 in Kan~s (including tax), and $30 out of state. Add $1 extra for part of a year. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Western Star, Box 518, Coldwater, Kansas 67029-0518. 't t by John Schlageck, I rec enFtly r meaBdm p bliWc!r- irew2 eWef UsS bgee eryb hials vice ad circulating by the Ameri- can Academy of Dermatology that lists five ways to die on a golf course. The five ways include hit by a golf ball, run over by a golf cart, whacked by a golf club, struck by lightning, and forgot your hat. While none of these possi- bilities is pleasant to contem- plate, the threat of skin cancer is real and should be considered carefully. This is especially true of farmers, ranchers, and con- struction workers who are in the sun much of the time. Every year one million new cases of skin cancer are detected, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. One out of five people in this coun- try develops skin cancer during his/her lifetime. All across America, folks are gearing up for vacations with their families -- many of these trips include stops at the beach, national parks, state lakes, or outdoor amusement parks. Many others work for long hours in the sun during the summer months -- farmers, ranchers, construc- tion workers, amusement park at- tendants, etc. If you spend several hours in the sun, protect yourself. Avoid the midday sun if at all possible. Cover up. Always wear a hat. Work in the shade whenever possible. And don't forget to wear sunscreen. Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. One person dies every hour from this disease in the United States, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Fortunately, melanoma can be cured if it's caught early enough. Dermatologists advise us to examine our skin regularly. If you find a blemish larger than a pencil eraser, multi-colored, asymmetrical or irregular at the edges, you may have melanoma and should see a dermatologist. While we should protect our- selves from potential skin can- Overexposure to sunlight during childhood will affect chil- dren for the rest of their lives. Studies show that damage from the sun to a child's skin can ac- tually increase the odds that he/ she will develop skin cancer as an adult. American Academy of Der- matology estimates indicate 80 per cent of a person's total life- time sun exposure occurs in the first 18 years. Protect your children. Cover them up. Teach them to wear long-sleeved cotton shirts that breathe. Make sure they wear head protection at all times. Make wearing sunscreen part of the ritual for gearing up for the sun. While skin cancer can kill you, it's much more likely to disfig- ure you. Each year, thousands of Americans lose chunks of their skin to this disease, according to the American Academy of Dermatology. Some people lose their nose. Others may lose their ears, while others may escape with only the loss of an eyebrow. Examine your skin regularly, at least once a week. Look for warning signs. If you find any- thing bleeding, crusting or not healing, see your dermatologist immediately. Remember, you can enjoy the sun and spend time outside, and don't forget these common- sense suggestions: have fun, and like everything else in life -- enjoy the sun in moderation. If you haven't yet been to the 2016 County Fair, will be gathering at the Comanche County Fairgrounds Every Thursday evening through the summer with All things horseback for All levels of riders -- Roping to Barrels to Cutting -- Cattle will be available from 6:30 p.m. Come when you want Open to all riders -- No Charge! And don't forget our Monday night services at the Coldwater Veterans' Building. Dinner at 6:30 p.m. with worship service at 7 p.m.