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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, February 4, 2016 Public Notices published Feb. 4, 2016 in the Notice of AnnualMeeting. ,— of The Jewell County Conservation District To all qualified electors residing within the boundaries of the Jewell County Conservation District, notice is hereby given that pursuant to K.S.A. 2- 1907, as amended on the 17th day of February, 2016, at 6:30 pm. an annual meeting of the Jewell County Conser— vation District will be held at the Com— munity Building at 214 North High, Mankato, Ks 66956. The meeting agenda shall include the following business items: One: The supervisors of the Jewell County Conservation District shall make full and due report of their activi- ties and financial affairs since the last annual meeting. Two: They shall conduct an elec- tion by secret ballot of qualified elec- tors, there present, of one supervisor to serve for a term of three years from date of said meeting. The term of Kelly Griffeth is expir- mg. All in the County of Jewell in the State of Kansas. By Zach Bruns, Chairperson Jewell County Conservation District Attest: Monte Imler Manager— Secretary ZNEZ 5-2c (First published Jan. 28, 2016 in the County Record) Invitation to Bid Rock Hills Elementary School HVAC Improvements USD 107-Mankato, KS 1.1 Project Scope: A. To replace parts of the existing building HVAC systems as described in the project manual, drawings and addenda thereto. The project includes associated mechanical, electrical, con— trols and general construction work. 1.2 Bid Receiving: A. Bids will be received in accor- dance with the “Instructions to Bid- ders and General Requirements” in— cluded in the Project Manual until 1:30 pm, Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at the U.S.D. 107 District Office, 109 East Main, Mankato, Kansas 66956. 1.3 Bid Documents A. Drawings and Specifications are available from Orazem & Scalora En- gineering, P.A., 2312 Anderson Av- enue, Manhattan, Kansas 66502, Phone: (785) 537-2553, upon a non- refundable payment of $50.00 per set. 1.4 Bid Security And Bonds: A. Bid Security and Bonds will be required in accordance with the “In— structions to Bidders and General Re- quirements". 1.5 Pre—Bid Conference: A. A pre—bid meeting will be held in the school building cafeteria, 303 North West, Mankato, KS at 1:00 PM on Friday, February 05, 2016. HVAC Contractors and Prime Bidding Con~ tractors are required to attend the Prebid Conference to be eligible to submit bids and work on the project. Failure to attend this meeting may be grounds for rejection of bid. 16 Pre—Bid Site Visit: A. Each bidder shall visit the site, verify existing items shown on plans or specified, and familiarize himself with the working conditions, hazards, and local requirements involved, and submission of bids shall be deemed evidence of such visit. Proposals shall take these existing conditions into con- sideration and the lack of specific in- - Lard Rendering Find us on Facebok f Mouunu Mums -Br-:ucHrs -Pncr LIGHTSoPLAQUES X Providing you with customer satisfaction, quality products and outstanding customer service. formation on the drawings shall not relieve the Contractor of any responsr- bility. Site visits may be held during the pre-bid meeting, or arranged by contacting Bob Roush, Facilities Man- 3 er 785-556—0195. ZNEZ 4- c (First published Jan. 28, 2016 in the County Record) Notice of Hearing In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the matter of the Estate of Danielle Nicole Schultze, deceased Case No. 10-PR-23 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a peti- tion has been filed in this court by William A. Schultze, the duly ap~ pointed, qualified and acting adminis- trator of the estate of Danielle Nicole Schultze, deceased, praying that his acts be approved; the heirs be deter- mined; the estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; the court find the allowances required for attomey’s fees and expenses are reasonable and should be allowed; the administration of the estate be closed; upon the filing of receipts, the petitioner be finally discharged as the administrator of the estate of Danielle Nicole Schultze, deceased, and the petitioner be released from further liability. You are required to file your writ- ten defenses thereto on or before the 19 day of February, 2016, at 10:00 a.m. in the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the peti- tion. William A. Schultze Administrator Michael A. Montoya, SC. #13580 Michael A. Montoya, P.A. 256 South Santa Fe PO. Box 1220 Salina, Kansas 67402-1220 Tele. (785) 827-5505 Attorney for Administrator ZNEZ 4—3c (First published Jan, 21, 2016 in the County Record) Notice of Hearing In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Mary Jane Leece, deceased Case No. l6-PR-01 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Peti- tion has been filed in this court by John O. Leece, a beneficiary of Mary Jane Leece, deceased, praying that: the for- eign will of Mary Jane Leece, deceased, dated January 23, 1997, be admitted to probate and record in this Court; no administration of the Estate is neces— sary; the will be construed, and the following Kansas real estate owned by the decedent, situated in Jewell County, Kansas: Undivided one-half interest in and to: The West Half of the Southeast Payne Pasture Clearing 0 Pasture tree clearing ' Post hole drilling General dirt or [at work Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 Brent Beck, 785-545-5427 .4 T If. 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Sixth 785-243-7850 Quarter (W 1/2SE1/4) of Section Four- teen (14), Township Two (2) South, Range Six (6) West of the 6th P.M., Jewell County, Kansas be assigned in accordance with the terms of the Will, You are required to file your writ- ten defenses thereto on or before Feb- ruary 12, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. in the District Court in the City of Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgement and degree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. John O. Leece Petitioner Douglas G. Simms, S.C. No. 07487 1830 M. Street PO. Box 39 Belleville, Kansas 66935 Phone (785) 527-5316 Attorney for Petitioner ZNEZ 3-3c Esbon By Glenna F ago As I sit here this Saturday afternoon and I start to write this news column, I think to myself “Did anything happen this week?” I hope when I look at my notes, I will change my mind. Last Tuesday John and Lila Frost were in Salina where John consulted his cancer doctor. Last Wednesday evening the Guar- anty State Bank bowlers, Eula Silsby, Inna Fogo, Dee Reed and Pat Ander- son, went to the bowling alley in Red Cloud. There was a birthday among the bowlers so they ate dessert also. One of the regulars on the team is Alice Belden, Burr Oak, Alice was missing this time as she had a much more important issue that night. Her hus— band, Dave, had been notified that day that there was a compatible liver avail- able for him. The transplant was com- pleted and as of this writing we are told that all went well and has continued so. Much more important than a night of bowling. Joan and Wayne Broeckelman went to Cloud County Community College last Wednesday night to watch a girls basketball game between Cloud County and Burton County Community Col- lege. The Broeckelmans’ granddaugh— ter, Caley Broeckelman, starts for Cloud County and that night they won the game. Last Tuesday Lila Frost went to Belleville to see Colin White, one of her grandsons. He was feeling a bit ouchy and not able to go to school. Tyler Broeckelman had his second treatment in Boston, Mass., last Mon- day. He and his step father returned to Kansas last Tuesday. He will have two more treatments before they do a scan to determine how things are going. “Here I Am Lord.” It’s a boy, and his name is Wyatt Alan. A son was born Friday to our good church members, Beth and Brett Walker. We’ll no doubt meet him in church in the near future. Gale B urgess was at the door to greet each and every- oneasrthey entered the Esbon United Methodist Church Sunday morning. Pastor Gerry Sharp was the minister. Wanda Thummel and Janet Kriley were the musicians. Lily and Clair Walker assisted by cousin, Dereck Gillett, were the acolytes. Dereck and Kim Gillett were the ushers. Guests were Terry and Marlene Walker. While talking to the children Pastor Gerry spoke up of the new baby and how that event re- minds us of God’ 5 love and his miracles. During her special, Deanna Underwood read of how you can mix undesirable items together and come up with a much wanted product. Pastor Gerry chose verses from I Corinthians for his scripture and titled his sermon. “Just Love Them.” Pastor said that a person may not be the best speaker in the pulpit, but his mingling with and giv- ing to the people, say like his hospital visits are excellent, which will make him a much loved minister. Go accord- ing to God’s work, don’t just love your friends, but also your enemies. As Jesus said while on the cross “Forgive them because they know not what they do.” Christianity will spread because the message is passed on and on. During joys and concerns thanks were given for the birth of the new baby boy and thanks for each and everyone of the other grandchildren and of the joys of them in our lives. Concerns were for the death of a loved o e and prayers were lifted for a friend 0 has surgery planned for the new future. Next month’s church duties go to Lane Un- derwood and specials to Janet Kriley. Fellowship followed church with Paula Voboril and Alyce Gillett hosting. Ione Shipley attended the Pioneer Dinner at Lebanon Saturday, where she ate the biscuits and gravy and ev- erything that went with them. Wanda Thummel filled the pulpitat Burr Oak United Methodist Church Sunday morning. Eula Silsby along with the others on her bowling team went Saturday to Red Cloud where they were involved in a bowling tournament. Sunday Sam Gillett reported at the same alley at 2 pm. as he took part in the men’s tour— nament. It was a success as more than 115 individuals registered and probably many never saw the registration note- book when they entered for the Sunday Soup Lunch. This event was spon— sored by the many volunteers who keep things operating in the City of Esbon. Some of the people] saw there were from Esbon of course, Burr Oak, Gib- bon, Mankato, Lebanon, Ionia, Beloit, McPherson and Jewell. There were 1 1 kinds of soup: vegetable, southwest chicken barley, tomato, chili, spicy chili, ham and beans with corn bread, taco, taco vegetable, potato, broccoli and cheese, chicken and noodle. I saw egg and cheese, toasted cheese, ham and cheese, and ham salad sandwiches. Some of the desserts filling that table were pies, cakes, cookies, donuts, cin- namon rolls, Jell-O desserts and kolaches. All along with your desired drink. Dianna Willitts baked and deco- rated two chocolate cakes which were decorated in an unbelievable fashion. These were part of a silent auction. There were a lot of women who volunr. - .7 teered their time during the day; Joan Broeckelman, Kris Kindler, Irma Fogo, Barb Mizner, Pam Hajny, Dianna Wil- voun REFUND Is CALLIN. 113 N Mill 1 Beloit, KS Concordia ’2 785-738-5801 Top 100 Franchise for 3 Consecutive Years To learn more about our community in Superior, call (402) 879—3099. < ,2 j nan- All faiths or beliefs are welcome. mam-n litts, Lila Frost, Eula Silsby, Daphne Manning, Victoria Willitts, Alyce Gillett, Beverly Frost, Anastasia Will- itts, Valencia Willitts, Barb Johanek, Deanna Underwood, Thelma Beam and others I know I missed. Even the weather was cooperative. Ed and Neva Lewis, McPherson, came this direction Sunday and stopped at the community center for a brief visit before going on to Red Cloud to see Ed’s father, Kenneth Lewis. Ken- neth is in the hospital fighting pneu- monia. I especially take notice of this as Kenneth and I were classmates. Both of us graduating from Esbon High, Class of 1940. Donna and Charles Leadabrand, Lebanon, visited Sunday afternoon with Joan and Wayne Broeckelman. Burr Oak Weather Larry Gillett, NOAA server Daily High and Low Tempe x Jan.27 ............................ ..,l.y'.. 42 66 Jan. 28 ........................... .113... 50 16 Jan. 29 ................................. .. 54 30 Jan. 30 ........................ 27 Jan. 31 ........................ ..!. ..... .. 56 30 Feb. 1 ................... ...‘. ..... ..53 28 Feb. 2 ................. .............. .. 39 31 Precipitation As of 7 a.m. Tuesday morning Burr Oak had received 0.80 inches of pre— cipitation and 5 inches of snow from Winter Storm Kayla. Snow was con- tinyfing to fall. By Glennys Barnes Remington 0rd celebrated his fifth birthday with a party at his home in , Red Cloud Friday evening. After open- ing his gifts, as those attending sang Happy Birthday, Remi blew out the candles on his Minion cake which was baked by/his aunt, Patsy Ord. Attend- ing the party were Jeff, Diana and Kasey O/d, Keller, Patsy, Olivia, Tho- mas and'Kooper 0rd, all of rural Guide Rockf Darin, Amanda and Lilly Barnes, Cortney Hendrickson and Alex Ideus, hosts Kyle, Paisley and Jerzie 0rd and Katie Mason, all of Red Cloud; Jim and Dana White, Grand Island; Kendra and Gracelyn Warren,Columbus, Neb.; and Cliff and Glenny Barnes. Doug, Wanda and Skylar Frasier were in Wichita for the weekend and attended the fourth birthday party hon- oring J ayden Frasier at the home of his parents,Caleb and Lauren, and brother, Jaxson. The party theme was Super Mario. Jayden enjoyed opening his many gifts and sharing his Mario cake with everyone. Josh, Amanda, Luke and Emma Frasier, Hastings, stopped to visit Doug and Wanda Sunday after- noon en route from the party in Wichita. Cliff and Glenny Barnes accompa- nied Jeff and Diana 0rd, rural Guide Rock, to Harvard Saturday morning to attend basketball games between the Red Cloud third and fourth grade girls and those from Harvard. Participating on the third grade Red Cloud team were Olivia 0rd and Lilly Barnes. Pais- ley 0rd played on the fourth grade teamandvscored the. only four points for the Red Cloud team. LaterCliff and 131 Years of Glenny, Jeff and Diana, did some shop- ping in Hastings and had lunch at a pizza restaurant before returning home. Brynlee Manning joined Richard Cox for children’s church at the Chris- tian Church Sunday. Richard and Brynlee talked about what Jesus wants for each of us. His message for adults was entitled “Life is a Roller Coaster.” His selected scripture reading was Acts 9: 1 -5 and 10-16. This portion of scrip— ture tells about Saul and how Jesus called him to be a messenger to the Gentiles and how he became Paul. Saul originally was a persecutor of the followers of Jesus. After his meeting with Jesus, he became a promoter. Saul who became Paul certainly had ups and downs in his lifetime. The pastor said we also have ups and downs in our lives. We have to decide whether we will let those downs stop us or if we will climb over them and learn from the defeats. We can be humbled by many things. The loss of a loved one or loss of a job can cause us to become humbled. It is hard for us to sometimes admit that something has gone wrong in our way of doing things. Like Saul we need to submit our will to Jesus and obey his teaching. Only the Divine can change people. God has a plan for our lives and that plan includes spreading the gospel just as Paul did. Life is full of ups and downs but Jesus Christ can make us into better people every day. Following the morning service Cliff and Glenny Barnes served breakfast pizza, fruit pizza, muffins, coffee and juice in observance of Birthday Sun- day. John 0rd, Steffen Barnes, Austin Manchanthasouk, Red Cloud, Jeff, Diana and Kasey 0rd and his friend Danea, and Cliff and Glenny Barnes all had lunch together at a Red Cloud restaurant Sunday. Long time Burr Oak resident Bill Dillon died last week at the Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care. Bill was well known for the many years he worked for the Jewell County High- way Department. His chil ren, Dr. Lonnie Dillon and Opal C lbertson, survive him. Weather forecasters for several days advised area residents to be prepared for the possibility of a winter storm Tuesday.Sure enough residents ofBurr Oak and the surrounding area woke up to a beautiful winter wonderland Tues- day morning. With the snow still fall- ing by mid morning a final amounts can not be reported at submission time. Rock Hills Schools were closed. While it looked beautiful outside, if one had to be out in it, it was not so nice. The Burr Oak United Methodist Church is sponsoring a benefit lun- cheon at the Burr Oak Community Center Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 pm. They will be serving ham and beans, cornbread, chicken and noodles, des- serts and drinks, A free will offering will be taken with proceeds going to David and Alice Belden to help with medical expenses incurred from . David’s health issues. David was able. ., to receive a liver transplant last week, , and at this writing is doing well. Banking Convenience and Quality Financial Products and Services Checking 8: Savings Commercial Loans Home Loans Treasury Management name Member FDIC Equal Housing Lender Co ‘- central uatlonal Bank Money for Life 208 E. South Street Mankato, Kansas (785) 378—3162 ssisted living can mean many things. Here assisted living goes beyond around-the-clock help and /assistance with the daily needs of living. It’s about being part of a caring community. (.icmd . gamarrtan ViCT‘ORIAN LEGACY 1‘ By Richard Verhage (Two Weeks Ago)‘ Greeters for the Sunday worship service were Don and Jan Koops, and Merle and Rose Nyhoff. . Scripture passage Sunday ,moming was Romans 5 :1-8. Theme Sunday morning was “Hope.” Scripture pas-- sage Sunday evening was Leviticus 16. Theme Sunday evening was “The, Day of Atonement.” , Happy birthday to Lynn Boersma, Melanie Schlatter and Jonathon. Schlatter, Jan. 23. ‘ (Last Week) . . Greeters Sunday were Roy and Stacy DeBey and Bob and Lynn Koops. Scripture passage Sunday morning . was 1 Corinthians 13: 1-8. Theme Sun- day morning was “Love.” Passage Sunday evening was Leviticus 23: 33- 44. Theme Sunday evening Was “Th Feast of Tabernacle.” , We had some snow last week. v Happybir—‘ehday to Lynn V Boersma and Melanie Schlatter, Jan. 23. “The principle of give and take is the principle of diplomacy- give one and Mark Twain take ten.” .We Sell Rubber Stamps Superior Publishing. Co. 148 E. Third St. Superior 402-879-3291 The Jewell County Commissioners, Jewell County, Kansas have allowed and paid the following payrolls and bills for the Quarter ending December 31, 2015. ‘ ‘ Salaries: General Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. 001. Nov. Dec. Oct Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Dec. 001. Nov. Dec. $40,344.94_ $40,990.39 $43,930.20 , $10,826.09 5 $10,622.99 1 $10,742.26 $4,581.51 $4,600.07 $4,708.03 ' $47,603.10 $48,380.53 $50,553.42 ' $2,086.58 , $2,086.58 $2,052.61 $6,745.47 $6,719.48 $5,718.10: $13,773.09 , 1 $12,985.40 1 $18,828.24 $2,675.90 $205.50 $205.50 ~ . $205.50 Public Health Appraiser Road and Bridge Noxious Weed Solid Waste Ambulance Spec. Treas 91 1 Clearing Account: KS BC/BS Oct. Nov. Dec. 001. Nov. Dec. Oct. - Nov. Dec. 1001. . Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. 882239.02 $81,663.87 $86,124.99 $16,300.05 $18.276.01 . , $19,884.62 $688.61 I $688.61 $688.61 $2,147.52 $2,147.52 $2,263.69 $404.69 $404.69 $404.69 $36.92 $36.92 $36.92 $1,360.00 $1,360.00 $1,435.00 $485.00 $485.00 $485.00 $1,395.98 $1,395.98 $1,395.98 $234.21 $234.21 $234.21 $288.60 $288.60 $304.80 $9,596.55 $10,581.08 $11,502.09 $623.71 $623.71 $623.71 $216.36 $216.36 $216.36 $7.79 $16,214.31 $16,180.92 $19,329.33 $5,657.17 $5,633.60 $6,479.90 $27,440.80 $27,494.02 ‘ $30,620.06 $565.46 $566.70 $636.72 KPERS-Co. AFLAC 230/56 4 Dental Washington Nat'l Colonial Life 090. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nal'l Retirement New York Life Dec: Clerk of Dist. Court 001. Dec. Guarantee Life Ins. KPERS-Group Life KPERS Liberty 125 Liberty Lite Repay CO. BC/BS Fed W/H State W/H Soc Security State Unemply. Bills: General $50,319.22 $27,828.19 $58,404.72 3 $5,827.25 $8719.41 $8,519.73 $684.13 $517.77 $9,116.63 $94,920.33 $392,035.52 $127,647.62 $1,626.39 $794.19 $8,780.00 $4,136.58 $4,364.39 $658.87 $8,253.19 $1,218.86 $7,296.15 $7,795.11 $7,013.84 $2,299.92 $7,305.16 $8,877.31 $6,667.00 $32.40 $2,004.75 $54.68 $1,451.87 $168,329.49 $167,711.10 $182,037.75 $126.36 $1,615.12 $591.36 Total $2,292,582.17 A detailed statement of expenditures is availalbe for public inspection at the County Clerk’s office. Public Health Appraiser Oct. Nov. Dec. Road Bridge Equp. Reserve Nov. Dec. Oct. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Nov. Oct. Nov. Dec. Oct. Nov. Dec. ROD Tech Fd. Amb. Equip Noxious Weed Solid Waste Ambulance Hardy Rura Fire EMP Benefits Amb. Sp Eq. Vending Mac. Pub. Hlth. Olay Payroll Clmg JW CO 911 Fd