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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, Apdl 21,2016 Ill N (First published April 14, 2016 ell, Kansas) to satisfy the Judgment in in the Jewell County Record) the ahove-entitled case. The sale is to Notice of Jewell Countybe made without appraisement and not Primary Election subject to any redemption period as A Primary Election will be held redemption rights were extinguished August 2, 2016. Candidates for the by order of the Court, and further sub- following offices will be nominated by ject to the approval of this Court. eachpolitical party, which qualified to Don Jacobs participate in the primary election: Jewell County Sheriff One candidate for United States Senate. One candidate for United States House of Representatives - 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 Brownscreek Township. One candidate forTownshipTrustee 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 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 notice under K.S.A. 59-2236 and amendments thereto, or ifth6 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 consist of a mayor and five council members to be elected to terms as set forth herein. The mayor and council members shall be residents and quali- fied electors of the City of Mankato, Kansas. Section 3: Those governing body positions with terms expiring in April, 2017, shall expire on the second Mon- day in January of 2018, which the city officials elected in the November, 2017 general election take office. Those governing body positions with terms expiring in April, 2019, shall expire on the second Monday in January of 2020, when the city officials elected in the November, 2019 general election take office. Section 4: General elections shall take place on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday in November, 2017. Succeeding elections will be held ev- ery two years for all such governing body positions whose terms have ex- pired. A mayor and two council mem- bers shall be elected at one election, and the remaining three council mem- bers shall be elected at the succeeding election. The mayor and all council members shall have four year terms. Section 5: In case of a vacancy in the council occurring by reason of res- ignation, death, or removal from office or form the city, the mayor,.by and with the advice and consent of the remain- ing council members, shall point an elector to fill the vacancy until the next election for that office. In case any person elected as a council member neglects or refuses to qualify within 30 days after election, the council mem- ber shall be deemed to have refused to accept the office and a vacancy shall exist. The mayor may, with the con- sent of the remaining council mem- Twelve members of the Rock Hills FLBA Chapter recenlty competed at the Kansas FBLA State Leadership Conference, (back row, from left) Chase Slate, Noah Daniels, Emily Cox, Derric Luong, Tycen Higer, (front row) Mezvah Nobi, Sarena Meier, Atexys Meier, Allison Railsback, Emma Reinert, (not pictured) Jacob Spiegel and Holden Mauerhan. across the state that have successfully Banking and Financial Systems team made agriculture a core part of their ofNoahDaniels and Holden Mauerhan curriculum. Topics will range from placed first, as well as a first place for plant science to animal science and the team of Alexys Meier and Allison will give attendees the opportunity to Railsback in Social Media Campaign build their confidence in including event. The Partnership with Business agriculture in their own curriculum, team of Emily Cox, Chase Slate and "The caliberofteacherswehavein Allison Railsback placed third with Kansas is second to none," said Cathy their report and presentation and the Musick, KFACexecutivedirector.''We American Enterprise Project team of are fortunateto have them present these Holden Mauerhan, Noah Daniels, and I am excited to see if we can get people Leader event (Ms. and Mr.). For our small chapter to have the second place winners in this event is just outstand- ing; the score is based on submitted written materials, an interview, and a test which encompasses all areas of business. The contestants for this event have to be very well rounded individu- als with a broad base of knowledge. Overall, it was a good FBLA year and and Township Treasurer in Grant election, whichever is less. Rock Hills FBI Township. Section 8: This Charter Ordinance OnecandidateforTownshipTrustee (First published April 14, 2016 shall be published once each week for chapter 2nd at state Township.and Township Treasurer in Harrison in theNoticeJewellofCOuntyHearingRecord) citytW newspaper.Cnsecutive weeks in the officialleadership event OnecandidateforTownshipTrustee In the 12th Judicial District Court Section 9: This Charter Ordinance The Rock Hills FBLAchapter tray- and Township Treasurer in Highland of Jewell County, Kansas shall take effect 61 days after the final eled to FBLA state leadership and was Township. In the Matter of the Petition of publication unless a sufficient petition named the second place chapter in the OnecandidateforTownshipTrustee Shirley Jean Fischer to Change Her for a referendum is filed, requiring a state at the end of the awards cer- Name to: Shirley Jean Becker referendum to be held on the ordinance emony. In order to earn second place, and Township Treasurer in Holmwood Case No. 16CVL1 as provided by Article 12, Section 5, the chapter had to earn points through- Township. Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 60 Subsection (c)(3) of the Constitution out the year by completing a program andTownshipTreasurerinIoniaTown-OnecandidatefrTwnshipTrustee or mayThe beStateconcerned:f Kansas to all who are of the State of Kansas, in which case ofworkestablishedbychapterofficers ship. . ~is Cha~. e/;,Qrdinance.shall become in May 2015. The Rock Hills_chapter OnecandidateforTownshipTrustee YouareherebynotifiedthatShirtey '- effeciJve Ul~On approval by the major- has 27 members; the team ahiiouhced and Township Treasurer in Jackson Jean Fischer filed a Petition in the ity of the electors voting thereon, as the first place team has more than above court on the 12 day of April, Passed by the Governing Body, not 125, so the team was pleased with the Township. 2016, requesting ajudgment and order less than two-thirds of the members program of work they completed OnecandidateforTownshipTrustee changing her name from Shirley Jean elect voting in favor thereof, this 5th throughout the school year. Additional 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 forTownshipTrustee 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 TownshipTrustee and Township Treasurer in Washing- ton Township. One candidate for Township 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 8 day of April, 2016. Carla J. Waugh Jewell County Election Officer Seal ZNEZ 15-3c Fischer to Shirley Jean Becker. The Petition will be heard in Jewell County District Court, 307 N. Com- mercial, Mankato, Kansas, on the 3 day of May, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. If you have any objection to the requested name change, you are re- quired to file a responsive pleading on or before May 3, 2016 in this court or appear at the hearing and object to the requested name change. If you fail to act, judgment and order will be entered upon the Petition as requested by Peti- tioner. Shirley Fischer Petitioner, 311 S. Clinton St Mankato, KS 66956 ZNEZ 15-3c (First published April 14, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Charter Ordinance No. 9 A Charter Ordinance exempting the City e Mankato, Kansas, from the Proviszons of K.S.A. 15-201, relating to the election of officers, their terms of office, transitions to November elec- tions, the filling of Governing Body vacancies, and nomination petitions; and providing substitute and additional provisions on the same subject; and repealing Charter Ordinance No. 2. Be it ordained by the Governing Body of the City of Mankato, Kansas: Section 1: The City of Mankato, Kansas, by the power vested in it by Article 12, Section 5 of the Kansas Constitution hereby elects to and does exempt itself and make inapplicable to it the provisions of K.S.A. 15-201, which applies to this city, but is part of an enactment which does not apply uniformly to all cities. Section 2: The governing body shall bers, appoint a suitable elector to fill the vacancy, interactive workshops at our confer- Allison Railsback placed furst, on stage at the national event June 29 ence and look forward to the inspira- Dr. Barbara Railsback, adviser, said through July 2 in Atlanta, Ga., where Section 6: In case of a vacancy in tion they'll provide attendees." "I am quite pleased with this year's morethan 13,000FBLAmembersfrom the office of mayor, the president of Registration fort he conference will state results. For a chapter our size to across the nation will be competing." the council shall become mayor until close May 19 and there is a registration have been announced as the second In addition to the state awards, the the next regular election for that office fee. Scholarships to cover registration place team in the state is quite an honor chapter also completed the national and a vacancy shall occur in the office cost are available through a memorial because so many of the chapters have chapter challenge event, one of only of the council member becoming contribution in honor of longtime more than 70 members. Our perfor- four chapters in Kansas to complete mayor. KFAC supporter, Harold Mertz, manceatstateinthecompetitiveevents the work and earn the designation. Section 7: In accordance withZeandale. Applications are due April was outstanding because the students Rock Hills students K.S.A. 25-205, and amendments15 and can be found on the KFAC are competing against students from thereto, any person may become a can- website. didate for city office elected at large by Teachers will receive professional huge 6A schools to small 1A schools, tour cadaver lab having had filed on their behalf, a developmentereditsandwillalsohave Emily, Holden, and Allison have been Students from Rock Hills High outstanding senior leaders for our chap- School recently toured the cadaver lab nomination petition or a declaration of the option to purchase continuing edu- ter and will really be missed next year and biology department at Cloud candidacy, accompanied by any fee cation credits through Kansas State 'They could always be counted on to County Community College. required by law. The nomination peti- University for an additional fee. Schol- come in and work on different projects The college offers these cadaver tion must be signed by 25 or 10 percent arships to cover registration cost are before or after school and were willing visits as a way to get high school stu- of the qualified electors of the City of available. Mankato who voted in the last City to go above and beyond their comfort dents more interested in studying biol- ZNEZ 15-2c day of April, 2016. Donald H. Koester Mayor Seal Attest: Tom Roane City Administrator points were added to the activity points throughout the competitive portion of the April 3, 4 and 5 Topeka confer- ence. Rock Hills was also recognized as having the most professional FBLA members in the state (10), and Gaye Daniels was selected as a Kansas FBLA B usinessperson of the Year after being nominated for the honor by the chap- ter. Holden Mauerhan was named an FBLA quality member; and through- out the state event Allison Railsback completed her duties as the state ex- ecutive vice president, so Rock Hills FBLA was well represented. Members attending this year's event were se- niors Emily Cox, Holden Mauerhan and Allison Railsback; juniors Noah Daniels, Alexys Meier and Sarena Meier; sophomores Tycen Higer, Emma Reinert, Jacob Spiegel, Chase Slate and Mezvah Nobi; and freshman Derric Luong. Chapter members announced as "Top 10" winners in individual events were Holden Mauerhan, first in Job Interview, second in Mr. Future Busi- ness Leader; Emily Cox, second in Public Service Announcement; Allison Railsback, first in word processing, second in Ms. Future Business Leader, second in Local Chapter Annual Busi- ness Report, third in National Who's Who in FBLA, eighth in Sales Presen- tation; Emma Reinert, third in FBLA Principles and Procedures; Jacob Spiegel, fourth in Introduction to Busi- ness Presentations; Mezvah Nobi, fourth in Computer Applications; and Derric Luong, 10th in Introduction to Information Technology. In team and chapter events, the such as being involved in studying the " human body with the cadavers," said science instructor, Josh Urban."Very few institutions nationwide offer 0p- portunities like these for freshmen and sophomores at the undergraduate level." CCCC is one of only two commu- nity colleges in Kansas to have a ca-' daver lab, offer a human dissection course and utilize the cadavers in [he human anatomy course. Each year, 250 to 300 high school students tour the lab and listen to a presentation from Ur ban. Tours can be arranged by contact- ing the science department or Urban at jrurban@cloud.edu. "A man who lives, not by what he loves but what he hates, is a sick man." Archibald Macleish . Ag foundation will host inaugural summer conference The Kansas Foundation for Agri- culture in the Classroom (KFAC) is announcing its first ever summer con- ference for Kansas teachers. The one day event is being held June 2 at the Salina Bicentennial Center and is open to all Kansas teachers, volunteers, out- of-school program coordinators and those interested in agriculture educa- tion. The "Creating the Best Day Ever" conference will feature keynote speaker Dr. Monte Selby, a Kansas native, pas- sionate educator and musician. Selby will use humor, interaction, a bit of research and his critically acclaimed original music to explore the impor- tance of creating a vision for a "Best Day Ever." Local Kansas celebrities, the Peterson Farm Brothers, will also key- note the lunch session. These brothers will share their passion for agriculture, the importance of educating youth about where their food comes from and share some of their most popular parodies. In addition to keynote presentations, the conference will feature hands-on workshops presented by teachers from Burr Oak Weather Larry Gillett, NOAA observer , Temperatures High for the week ....................... 75 Low for the week ..................... ..,. 38 Precipitation This week .................................. 2.89 39 50. 51 52 43 38 Daily highs and lows 14 ................................. 74 15 ................................. 73 16 ................................. 75 17 ................................. 69 18 ................................. 61 19 ................................. 55 i i!iiiiiiii~ i! il iii i i iiii ! !iiii iil level to participate in events they were ogy and other sciences at the college not familiar with but felt they could level. The students get the opportunity April tackle. Next year's members and of- to meet and interact with college fac- April ricer team have some huge shoes to ulty and current CCCC students. April fill. It is also unusual for a school to "I believe the visiting students have April have two individuals place in the top an opportunity to explore some of the April two or three in the Future Business experiences they can have at Cloud, April Rock Hills High School students visited Cloud County Community College to tour the department. Students participating in the tour were (back row, from left) Jody Hadachek (instructor), Lexi Jeffery, Tucker Johanek, Chelsea Landreth, (front) Anna Menhusen and Luke Broeckelman. cadaver lab and biology Noah Daniels, QUARTERLY REPORT OF CITY TREASURER, BURR OAK, KANSAS For the period from January 1 2016 to April 1, 2016 Old New Funds BalanceReceipts Disbursements Balance General 22,598 18 18,833.93 8,613.91 32,818.20 Gas Tax and Special Highway 6,403.85 1,104.69 0.00 7,508.54 Water 57,556.23 8,063.27 9,893.50 55,726.00 Sewer 31,532.56 3,964.67 3,810.65 31,686.58 Totals 118,090.82 31,966.56 22,318.06 127,739.32 Subscribed and sworn to before me this ' I, Cheryl Hillman do hereby certify that the above statement 11 day of April, 20t6 is correct. Peggy J. Wilson, Notary Public Cheryl Hillman, City Treasurer My Commission expires 3-14-2017 16.16 (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- With a Price That Fits YourBudget Whether you're in the market for a storage building, horse barn or farm shop, Morton Buildings can construct a building that meets your needs without breaking your budget. 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