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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apdl 7, 2016 N • (First published April 7, 2016 in The Jewell County Record) Notice of Sale In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Case No. 2015-CV-10 Affiliated Group, LTD, Plaintiff vs. Francis A. Lave a/k/a Frank A. Lave, Jane E. Lave d/b/a Delaware St. Pub, John Doe (Tenant/Occupant), Mary Doe (Tenant/Occupant), Jewell County, Kansas Department of Rev- enue, Defendants. (Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 60) Under and by the virtue of an Order of Sale issued to me by the Judge of the District Court of Jewell County, Kan- sas, the undersigned Sheriff of Jewell County, Kansas, will offer for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash in hand, at the Front Door of the Courthouse at Mankato, Jewell County, Kansas on April 27, 2016, at 10:00 A.M., the following described real estate: Lots Five (5) and Six (6), in Block Forty-four (44), in Original Townsite of Jewell City, Jewell County, Kansas. (Commonly known as 404 Pearl, Jew- ell, Kansas) to satisfy the Judgment in the above-entitled case. The sale is to be made without appraisement and not subject to any redemption period as redemption rights were extinguished by order of the Court, and further sub- ject to the approval of this Court. Don Jacobs Jewell County Sheriff Derrick B. Heinrichs, S. Ct. #26279 Condray & Thompson, LLC 812 Washington P.O. Box 407 Concordia, Ks 66901-0407 (785) 243-1357 Fax (785) 243-1359 condraylaw @ condraylaw.com ZNEZ 14-3c (First published April 7, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Notice To Creditors In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Case No. 2016-PR-07 In the Matter of the Estate of Betty A. Andreasen, deceased The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that on April 5,2016, a Petition for Issuance of Letters of Testamentary was filed in this Court by Rick Andreasen and Jim Andreasen, heirs, devisees and lega- tees and Co-Executors named in the Last Will and Testament of Betty A. Andreasen, deceased, dated August 22, 2002, and they were appointed Co- Executors thereon. All creditors of the decedent are notified to exhibit their demands against the Estate within the latter of four months from the date of first publica- tion of,n,qt ¢¢ under K.S.A,, 59--22 6 and amendments thereto, or if the iden- tity of the creditor is known Or reason- ably ascertainable, 30 days after actual notice was given as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus ex- hibited, they shall be forever barred. Rick Andreasen Jim Andreasen Co-Executors Darrell E. Miller PO Box 344 Mankato, Ks 66956 785-378-3128 Attorneys for Petitioners ZNEZ 14-3c (Published April 7, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Notice of Jewell County Primary Election A primary election will be held August 2, 2016. Candidates for the following offices will be nominated by each political party, which qualified to participate in the primary election: One candidate for United States Representative - District 1. One candidate for State Senate - Districts 106 and 109. One candidate for State Represen- tative - District 36. One candidate for Member, State Board of Education - District 6. One candidate for County Com- missioner, 2nd District. One candidate for County Com- missioner, 3rd District. One candidate for County Clerk. One candidate for County Trea- surer. One candidate for Register of Deeds. One candidate for County Sheriff. One candidate for County Attor- ney. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Allen Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Athens Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Bro_wnscreek Township. One candidate t0r Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Buffalo Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Burr Oak Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Calvin Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Center Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Erving Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Esbon Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Grant Township. One candidate forTownshipTrustee and Township Treasurer in Harrison Township. One candidate forTownshipTrustee and Township Treasurer in Highland Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Holmwood Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Ionia Town- ship. One candidate forTownshipTrustee and Township Treasurer in Jackson Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Limestone Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Montana Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Odessa Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Prairie Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Richland Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Sinclair Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Vicksburg Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Walnut Township. One candidate for Township Trustee and Township Treasurer in Washing- ton Township. One candidate forTownship Trustee and Township Treasurer in Whitemound Township. The following officers will be elected in each political party, which has qualified to participate in the Pri- mary Election: One Precinct Committeeman in each precinct. One Precinct Committeewoman in each precinct. In testimony whereof, I hereto Set my hand and cause to be affixed my official seal. Done in the City of Man- kato this 1st day of April, 2016. Carla J. Waugh Jewell County Election Officer Seal ZNEZ 14- lc Courthouse News Jewell County March 19 at apl roximately 7 a.m. on US128 200 feet south from R Rd, Renita Hillman-Volker, Burr Oak, driv- ing a 2005 Dodge pickup registered by Shane Hillman, Ionia, was traveling south when a deer ran from east head- ing west out in front of the vehicle. Volker did not have time to avoid hit- ting the deer. Accident investigated by Stuart Vance. Traffic Lorraine Baughman, speeding; $153. Payton Cross, speeding, $378. Tr 'k Fetters, failure to stop at acci- dent, first offense in a year damages more than $1,000, $308; duty of driver to report accident with an unattended vehicle, property 1 st conviction, $200. Michael Francis, speeding, $183. Leah Hammer, speeding, $153. Guthrie Harris, failure to stop at accident, I st offense in a year damages more than $1,000, $308. Elizabeth Ilene Headrick, speed- ing, $153. Lucas Jacobs, improper passing of school bus; improper use of school bus signals, $423. Doyle Larosh, speeding, $153. Mohammed N. Nobi, speeding, $240. 113 N Mill I Beloit, KS 785-738-5801 Top 100 Franchise for 3 Consecutive Years See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES #=win IIam, t 111 E. Main St., Mankato, Kcn. 785-378-3191 m Grain. Bin. _ s . Eaton • GSI • Vacro-P.ruden • American Commercial • Agricultural • Industrial • Sukup [ . Hutchinson • Neco • DMC • York Legs • GSl Dryers 785-781-4383 • 8OO-221-4383 604 Wisconsin • P.O. Box 17 • Cawker City, Kan. 67430 Contact Dick Wise, Richard Hahn or Doug Pruitt for estimates. • Commercial •Agricultural • Industrial • Metal Buildings • Grain Storage and Handling • Concrete ........... II ..... Nell Becker, nght, Mankato Volunteer Fire Dept. Co-Chief, was presented a check for $3,000 to be used by the Fire Department from the Midway Coop Association and Land-of-Lakes at the local Midway Coop Service Station Wednesday afternoon where Larry Ost is the Branch Manager. Making the presentation is Dell Princ, Midway Coop Association General Manager. can be rembv&l with the stover. So Post Rock Answerslet's take a look at the nitrogen, phos- By Sandra Wick, Post Rock Extension phorus and potassium along with some micronutrient. What are the nutrient requirements Nitrogen is supplied to soybeans of soybeans ? mainly by nitrogen fixation, and fertil- Now is the time to start planning for izer nitrogen application is not recom- your spring row crops fertility plans, mended if the plants are well nodu- Even though winter is not over yet, it lated. Soybeans are heavy users of soon will be time to plant spring row nitrogen, removing a total of 130 crops in north central Kansas. Let's pounds per acre, and about 44 pounds focus on soybeans and its nutrient with the stover for a 40 bushel per acre needs. Compared to corn, wheat, and soybean crop. Soybeans use all the sorghum, soybeans removesignificant nitrogen they can fix plus nitrogen amounts of nutrients perbushel of grain from the pool of available nitrogen in harvested. Nutrient uptake in soybeans the soil. Nitrogen fertilizer application early in the season is relatively small, to soybean seldom results in any yield However as they grow and develop, benefit, and efforts should focus on the daily rate of nutrient uptake in- proper inoculation. The usual signal of creases. Soybeans need an adequate nitrogen deficiency in crops, light green nutrient supply at each developmental leaves, is rarely seen in soybean plants stage for optimum growth, during the period of pod setting and High yielding soybeans remove seed filling, unless the crop is under substantial nutrients from the soil. This should be taken into account in an prolonged drought stress. Late in seed filling, leaves start to mobilize their overall nutrient management plan. A nitrogen as chlorophyll and photosyn- 40-bushel-per-acre soybean crop re- thetic proteins break down and much moves approximately 30 pounds of of this nitrogen moves to pods and into P20. and 50 pounds of ICO with the seeds as photosynthesis winds down. graiL; in addition, approximately l0 pounds of and 40 pounds of K,O Phosphorus applications should be based on a soil test. Responses to direct Jewell County Hospital held their annual Easter Egg Hunt Friday, March 25. Three-year old Lane Ranstead was greatly intrigued by the Easter Bunny. Lane is the son of Cortney Kuhlmann and Thomas Ranstead, grandson of Shelli Kuhlmann, Joe Ranstead and Terri Ranstead, great-grandson of Judy Miller, David Ranstead, who are all from Mankato. Sized by proven, high accuracy cazcass sizes GAR Ptogzess, GAR Suze [=ire, GAR l ophet, GAR Momentum, WI-IS Limelight 64V and sons of GAR New Design 5050, The New Standard in Size and Strength Now offering Hybrid Buitdings engineered for dear spans up to 150'. Hybrid buitdings offer the best of both worlds, aesthetic value and insulating properties of wood, combined with the strength and size capabitities associated with steel. Eight offices serving Kansas 800-447-7436 rnortonbui[dings.com MORTON BUILDINGS" tZO1t 14or~on BuJldin~ Inc. All rights re.sewed. J lis~in~ of 6( Ucenses avoilrtb~e at ~com/Ikwues.a~x. REF COOE 043. phosphorus fertilization is generally consistent in soils testing very low or low in soil test phosphorus. Response to starter phosphorus fertilizer appli- cation in soybeans can occur, but it depends on several factors. The most important factor is the soil test level. Generally, warmer soils at soybean planting, compared to corn, also may contribute to typically lower response to starter fertilizers in soybeans. How- ever, starter fertilizer in soybeans can be a good way to complement nutri- ents that may have been removed by high yielding crops in the rotation like com. Banding fertilizer at planting is an efficient application method for soybeans. Soybean seeds are easily injured by fertilizer, therefore, no di- rect seed contact with fertilizer is ad- vised. Soybean seeds are relatively high in potassium and removal of potas- sium by soybeans0 s greater than for other crops on a per bushel basis when only the grain is removed. As with phosphorus, a soil test is the best index of potassium needs. Soils testing very low or low should be fertilized with potassium, either as a banded starter at planting or broadcast and incorporated. Potassium should not be placed in con- tact with the soybean seed because of possible salt injury. Yield increases from potassium can be comparable to those with phosphorus under very low and low soil test levels. Sulfur is mobile in the soil, leach- ing is common, but fairly immobile in the plant. High soil test variability along with significant uptake by crops gen- erates the need for proper sulfur man- agement, especially in sandier soils and fields with several different soil types. Deficiency symptoms in soy- beans are pale-green to yellow leaf color without prominent veins or ne- crosis in the youngest trifoliate leaves. Recent Kansas studies suggest a low probability of soybean response to sul- fur application. However, sulfur re- moval with soybean can be significant, and more sensitive crops in the rota- tion such as wheat may require sulfur fertilization. Iron deficiency symptoms appear in irregularly shaped spots randomly distributed across a field, primarily in fields with a previous history of iron deficiency. If iron chlorosis has been a common problem in the past, produc- ers should select a soybean variety tolerant to iron chlorosis. Foliar iron treatments seldom result in yield in- crease. Zinc, manganese and boron are other nutrients that can be limiting in soybeans. Zinc fertilizer can be either banded at or broadcast preplant with little difference in response when ap- plied at an adequate rate. Both organic and inorganic zinc sources, chelates and non-chelates, can be used, but che- lates are considered more effective than the inorganic sources. Manure appli- cations also are effective at eliminat- ing micronutrient deficiency problems, including iron. Monitoring nutrient levels w itli tissue aqa yais along wilh soil tegts'i//on "ductedgd ring the crop season should be used to diagnose po- tential nutrient deficiencies. For further questions on fertility management in your soybeans, con- tact me at any Post Rock Extension District offices in Beloit, Lincoln, Mankato, Osborne or Smith Center. 16 Kan. conununities participated in First Impressions program Nice downtown buildings, quaint brick streets, welcome signs and friendlyretail service greet travelers to Norton, but Mike Posson thought the community could do more. Crumbling sidewalks in some areas, a lack of drinking fountains and a vacant church were among items targeted for im- provement by Posson and a group of others recently. With a population of 2,880, Norton is one of the communities participat- ing in First Impressions, a K-State Re- search and Extension program designed tO boost a community's vitality by capitalizing on its strengths and im- proving on its shortcomings. "Each community has its own uniaue strengths and weaknesses," said Those who make jams and jellies are looking at the bountiful wildplum blossoms and hoping for a bountiful crop in the fall. Nad'ine Sigle, community vitality as- With First Impressions, a team of sociate with K-State Research and volunteers from other towns makes an Extension. By identifying its strengths, unannounced visit to a participating it can focus on marketing them to at- community to explore its residential, tract new residents and retain those retail and industrial areas, plus schools, currently living there. She is working government locations and points of with communities in northwest Kan- interest. The idea is to take a look at a sas that are participating in First Im- community with a fresh.pair of eyes. pressions. Continued to page 7 SUNFLOWER AVENUE NEW Townhomes FOR RENT in Mankato, Kan. 1,200 sq ft, 2 bed, 2 bath, full size garage, above ground safe room, fully handicapped accessible B thany Roe• 785.378.3408 Jewellcounty@hotmail.com 14.16 COMPLICATED TAXES? IT Put our expertise to work on your refund. • Open year-round • Sole proprietor (self-employed) • Returns in every state • IRS problems & audits • Corporations • Estates & trusts • Partnerships • Bookkeeping/Payroll • Quarterly returns • Knowledgeable & experienced agents Real Estate, Equipment and Parts Thursday, April • 10:30 a.m. Auction will be held at the former Kansas Mineral building 1886 Q Road located on the corner of Q and 190 Roads (2 miles east of the north edge of Mankato, KS or from Highway 36 and 14 North Jewell turn 1/2 mile east to 190 Road then 1 mile north to Q road) REAL ESTATE• Sells first at 10:30 a.m. Legal Description: 3 acres in SE 1/4 SE 1/4 12-3-8 Jewell Co. Kansas General Description: Former Kansas Mineral site with 73 ft.x 60 ft. and 125 ft.xl00 ft. buildings along with other attached buildings and various hopper bottom storage bins. The buildings has overhead doors, loading dock, ore hopper w/feeder, product bag press, concrete floors, overhead heater, large panel boxes and motors, office, break room. The buildings were built in 1975 and 1988. The building was used to process volcanic ash product, it has not been used in several years. The buildings were on city water and REA electric, all utilities have been removed. There are no known environmental issues, however the seller's have done no test and will not assume any environmental responsible. The seller will do no repairs or inspections. All inspections must be made by purchaser before April 21,2016. Terms: 10 % of purchase price as down payment day of auction, the balance will be due upon closing on or before May 30, 2016. If title insurance is used, the cost will be split 50/50 between seller and purchaser. Down payment will be escrowed with Gall Miller abstract. All statements made day of auction take precedence over printed material. Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC is acting as seller agent. EQUIPMENT AND PARTS Core drill 760 w/Ford 2.3 liter gas engine on tandem axle trailer; Hyster propane fork lift small wheels; Cat D9 w/15 ft. stock pile blade (it did run, the steering clutch is froze) one mile west of sale site at old packing plant site. Large amount of product bagged and bulk; shop benches; bolt cabinet; worm gear air compressor; tamper and shaker; air press; 1/8 in. & 1/4 in. sheet expanded metal; pipe; cables; pulleys; sprockets; threaded pipe, elbows, unions; parts racks; bearings; office equipment; pallets; large amount of other items. NOTE: FOR PICTURES CHECK OUR WEB SITE AT WWW.THUMMELAUCTION.COM. Former Kansas Mineral Plant JEWELL COUNTY Auction Conducted By Thummel Real Estate & Auction LLC 785-738-0067 i. 1 i ,