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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, May 19, 2016 Public Notices (First published May 19, 2016 in the JeweU County Record.) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas. In the Matter of the Estate of Dona D. Beam, deceased. Case No. 2015-PR-14 Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas to all persons concemed: You are hereby notified that a peti- tion has been filed in this court by Kim W. Ost, duly appointed, qualified and acting executor of the Estate of Dona D. Beam, deceased, praying that his acts be approved; that his account be settled and allowed; that the heirs be determined; that the will be construed and the estate be assigned to the per- sons entitled thereto; that the court find the allowances for fees and expenses are reasonable and should be allowed; that the costs be determined and or- dered paid; that the administration of the estate be closed; that upon the fil- ing of receipts the executor be dis- charged and that he be released from further liability. You are required to file your writ- ten defenses to the petitioner on or before the 13th day of June, 2016, at 2 o'clock P.M. of said day, in the district court, in the City of Mankato, in Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail to file your written defenses, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition. Kim W. Ost, executor Darrell E. Miller 07613 P.O. Box 344 Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3128 Attorney for Executor ZNEZ 20-3c Randall By Fawna Barrett Almost a half-inch of rain during the night Sunday and it is raining steadily this Monday morning. Thadd Hinkle will exchange pul- pits with Pastor Dan Daniels Sunday. There will be no service at the Randall Church May 29 with the congregation invited to the Community Memorial Service at Trinity United Methodist Church. Wednesday evening supper guests of Judy Zimmer were Opal McElroy, Carol and Larry Flinn. They were cel- ebrating Opal's 92nd birthday. Weekend guests of Leota Clawson were Debbie and Dennis Galoway. Elaine Peters was pianist for the St. John's High School singers at Hilltop Lodge Wednesday. They were doing a program during National Nursing Home Week. Later she visited her aunt, Bonnie Vetter, a resident there. Friday she was pianist for the seniors' mass and Sunday slie attended St. John's graduation. Their former exchange stu- dent, Anthonella Arthur, was one of the graduates. Jeremy Stover, youngest son of Carol Flinn, received a broken leg when he tangled with a cow. It was set in Salina and he was dismissed Sunday. Jeremy and his wife live on a farm south of Beloit and he teaches in Salina. Tuesday guests oflla McElroy were Julie and Raelyn Bolte. Brooke and Abby Vetter competed in a horse show in Topeka during the weekend. Kristi Vetter went with them. Opal McElroy, Judy Zimmer and Jason Kibbe attended the Fort Hays commencement Saturday; Trenton Henningsen received degrees in lead- ership and education. Sandy and Russ Henningsen, his parents, hosted a lun- cheon after the ceremonies for family and friends. Thursday, Fawna Barrett met Cathy Ekerberg for lunch. Over the weekend, Bruce Barrett has been doing some painting for his mother. Sunday, Fawna attended Wyatt Forshee's (a great- great-nephew) high school graduation in Concordia. She then visited Betty Barrett at Mt. Joseph's Home. Panorama By Fawna Barrett "Pomp and Circumstance" a melody as old as the hills; it was the proces- sional at our graduation. Good grief, that was 65 years ago. How can it be that those years have flown by and the march is still popular today, and right- fully so. Some things are ageless, like that dignified music. Caps and gowns have not changed in style. They are available in brighter colors with the dignity intact. There is an inner pride once a student dons his or her cap and gown. It separates each from the rest of the crowd. Each walks taller! Smiles hold a hint of fear! "We... our class.., made it!" These words were echoed in student speeches. There's a big world out there and thou- sands of choices for success. May each find his or her dream and work to make it come true. Best wishes to the classes of 2016. Scott Burgess graduated from Bridgewater State University at Bridgewater, Mass., with a master's degree in accounting and finance last week. Scott is the son of Beverty Frost and Gale Burgess. Terry and Gina Hall, Napa, Idaho, have been staying at Mabel's house while they hunted turkeys. Their re- port was just fair luck. The Halls in past years when here hunting stayed with Jerry Nelson. Years before that, Jerry had been Gina's boss. Sunday morning, you may find some of the fellows around town at Nick Mizner's new building on the east side of Esbon. There they will be having coffee along with a lot of news events, maybe true or not. Thursday, Melinda (Broeckelman) Williams, who had stayed the past week visiting her parents, Joan and Wayne, headed south with a stop overnight with her nephews in Hays and then on Friday to her home in Austin, Texas Bill and Kayla Frost and twin sons, Landon and Brandon of the Kansas City area, stayed Friday night at their home in Esbon. They went home Sat- urday. We continue to mostly get nice rains. Rains is needed although some plant- ing has been held up. John Kennedy, the son of Charlie Kennedy, is coming from Washington state to attend a 55 year reunion of his graduating class from Kansas State College (now University). Charlie was from a large family. Some of his broth- ers and sisters were Dave Kennedy, Vivian Sloan Ost, Frances Obert and Pete Kennedy. The American Legion memorial resident of Mankato. Right Josh Lippold, tree board member, and Mike Zadina, who were assisted in the planting by services at the Esben Cemetery will be Boy Scout's Kole Vance and Daniel McDill. Stuart Vance is standing in the background and also assisted. Others who as usual, 11 a.m. the day of May 30, helped were Landon McDill, and Brenda Enyeart (tree board member). A flowering pear tree was planted along Highway 36 last Monday evening in Memory of Kathleen Kramer, long time Pastor Gerry Sharp will be the speaker. Pentecost Sunday morning brought Belleville; and three housemates at The council approved a cereal malt with agriculture, consumer demand is the Esbon United Methodist Church Manhattan. Megan has accepted a job beverage license for Bob's Inn and the increasing for food produced locally congregation to the church where they with the Northern Valley Schools, Mankato Volunteer Fire Department. or regionally," said Dolcini. "Portable Last Monday evening, Boys Scouts assisted Tree Board members in one by one were greeted by Larry Almena and will start teachingtherein They also approved building permits handling and storage equipment is vi- planting a flowering pear tree in memory of Kathleen Kramer, (back row, left McNabb. Janet Kriley at the piano the fall. She has already rented a house for projects at 314 S. High Street and tal to helping farmers get their prod- to right) Landon McDill, Mike Zadina and Stuart Vance, (front row) Daniel played the prelude as Alyce Gillett so is all ready for the time to come. She 237Crestview.Theyconsideredareso- ucts to market more quickly and better McDill, Brenda Enyeart and Josh Lippold, tree board members, and Kole with her granddaughters, Lily and plansaspecialtimeofcelebrationwith lutionconcerningadangerousandunfit maintainproductquality, bringing them ' 'V Vance. Claire Walker, entered to light the altar family and friends at the Esbon Corn- structure at 489 S. East Street. The greater returns. That s why we e Shannon White and Mike Stouffer, are, candles. Rod Rose, lay pastor, was munity Center Saturday night item was tabled, added this type of equipment as a new lewell B- Roberta Holdren adding a handicap ramp to the Frosts present to bring the morning message. Because the Willitts have a previ- J Y house. This will be a great help in After announcements, he talked to the ous obligation, they decided the cafein Another item considered and dis- category for our Farm Storage Facility cussed by the council was creating a Loan program." children, saying "you all know some- Esbon will be closed all of Memorial crosswalkatthehighschool.Thecoun- The program also offers a new ,~, Kelly andBecky B~gess, Fred and fut~t~n~leayS'ight, there was lots ofnoise one who is graduating and will be weekend. Everyoneneed not worry, as cil will work with the school to deter- "microloan" option, which allows ap- ~neryl ,~nuerson, all formerly o ......... lewell, left last Monday on a trip to :la eStar 'lal t ugnstml auT l e leaving. That is the way of Jesus."He you all know Esbon people, they get mine the best location for acrosswalk plicants seeking less than $50,000 to g g hung on the cross and later he left. The things done. Saturday, I do not know and the related signage, qualify for a reduced down payment of phone box at the Wayne Broeckelman Holy Spirit is with us to take his place, where the food will be, but someone, The council reviewed results from five percent and no requirement to home. For the special, Janet read from a book someplace, will be serving. Maybe the water and sewer rate analysis done provide three years of production his- Last Saturday, Wanda and Ted that had belonged to Ethel McNabb. Saturday morning there will be bis- by Ranson Financial. No action was tory. Farms and ranches of all sizes are Thummel were in Salina to attend the Fromitshereadofafriendshiplikeour cults and gravy at the center. Serving taken, eligible. The microloan option is ex-~ Kansas Sate University-Salina gradu- friendship with Jesus She then asked lunch there Sunday will be the Com- ation. A friend of their son, Joel, was one of the graduates. The Esbon City Council met last Tuesday evening at the community center. All council members except one were present. Lila Frost, city trea- surer, Brian Voboril city clerk, inter- ested citizens, Lucille Clark and Delilah Pate, were also in attendance. One topic of discussion was the citizens' vote on when they wanted the city whistle to be blown. The count on the ballots re- turned was 30 to 16 for the whistle to be blown three times a day. As has been the policy probably forever. Five ballots were thrown out because the sender failed to sign the enclosed pa- per, therefore the counters did not know if the vote came from a legal adult citizen of Esbon. Chief Disposal has chosen May 21 as clean-up day in Esbon. Last weekend, the Guaranty State bowlers were entered in the Nebraska State Tournament in Omaha. Those making the trip were Irma Fogo, Dee Reed, Eula Silsby, Alice Belden and Pat Anderson. They say as individuals they only bowled so-so, but Irma and Pat bowling in the doubles competi- tion did well. Friday evening was graduation at Fort Hays State University. Among the candidates for degrees was Lindsey Underwood. Present to be with her at this special time were her parents, Roger and Deanna Underwood, her brother, Lane, his wife, Ashley, and their children, Mallory and Jack; ma- ternal grandparents, Janet and Ken- neth Winters, Hutchinson; uncle and wife, Larry and Terry Winters, Spring Hill. This week, Frank, or Frankie, Moravek as he was known in his early years, 67, died at a nursing home in Superior. Frankie as a young boy lived northwest of Esbon. His parents were Gwen and Kenneth Moravek. They were residents where Joan and Wayne Broeckelman now live. Are you interested in organizing a Car Club in Mankato and surrounding area lsreal. Friday evening Lane Wilson and Kaytlyn Rice became graduates of Cloud County Community College. Don Simmelink was a patient in the Mitchell County Hospital before being moved to a Salina hospital. Friday evening Sharon Tullar and Twila Means attended the college graduation and reception at Fort Hays State University for Jessica Freeman, daughter of Mike Freeman and Kathy Freeman. A reception honoring Lane Wilson was held at the Methodist Church Sat- urday evening. Bob and Sandy Westgate attended the high school graduationand recep- tion honoring their grandson in Concordia Saturday night. Carlton Wright and his family cel- ebrated his birthday at a Beloit restaruant Saturday evening. Maxine McCune, a former Jewell resident, fell and is now a patient at the Mitchell County Hospital. Roses, iris and other spring flowers are blooming despite the cold spring weather. the congregation to sing"What a Friend I have in Jesus." Rod then read scrip- ture verses from Acts 2 with "the spirit has come, that we might go" being the title of his message. The apostles did not just hear the stories they saw Jesus in person. When he returned he said to munity Alliance group. They will also have rolls and coffee earlier that day. Monday, the women' s Altar Society of the Catholic Church will be at the Cen- ter with coffee and rolls in the morning and will have lunch there following Memorial services at the Cemetery. Two executive sessions were held pected to be of particular benefit to to discuss matters concerning employ- smaller farms and ranches, and spe- ees. Following the closed session, it cialty crop producers who may not was moved and seconded to adjust have access to commercial storage or Terry Ortman's salary to $25 an hour, on-farm storage after harvest. These and Jim Zadina's salary to $23 per producers can invest in equipment like hour. It was also moved and seconded conveyers, scales orrefrigeration units Marsha Slate and her cousin from Florida recently were in California for a week going from San Francisco to Los Angeles by bus. Stops included San Francisco's Fishing Wharf, Randall Hearst Castle, Getty Museum, the ocean, seals, Monterey Bay, Yosemite National Park, Sony Picture Studios and the giant Redwood trees. They report it was a fun trip, but they were glad to get home. Marsha said "Way too many people for this country girl!" Esbon By Glenna Fogo Ken and Michelle Crocker, who are camp hosts at Loveweli Lake and are living in their travel trailer in the park, decided they did not like the weather conditions Sunday night and came back to their home north of Esbon. Monday evening, John and Lila Frost were at Belleville attending grandson, Grant White' s, spring con- cert. Also in Belleville at that time there was a hail storm. The Frosts' car along with others received hail dam- age, not enough for a total loss, but enough that the pocks can be seen. Later, Burdette Callaway told me he had more than $2,000 worth of damage to his car in the same storm. Thursday, Melinda Williams and her mother, Joan Broeckelman, went to Kearney, where they had lunch with Becky Fobes, Melinda's friend. Hunters from Arkansas have been staying in Mabel's house. They report hunting in the Dispatch area and were well pleased with their finds there. John and Lila Frost's sons-in-law, Contact Becky at Moonlight Workshop Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3636 them "wait for me." Then he ascended Join them all. to offer employment to Jerry Webb at and trucks that can store commodities the rate of $23 per hour. There is no beforedeliveringthemtomarkets.Pro- into heaven. There was a Pentecostal Paula and Jerry Voboril have been feast when thousands gathered and they busy attending graduations. At Cloud indication whether or not a vote was ducers do not need to demonstrate the taken, lack of commercial credit availability came from as far as 1,400milesAfter- tsoun.ty {sommunlty tSollege, Derek The !ast acti0n taken by the council to apply, i wards they went home to spread the-'~R~d:graduat~t~D~say,un.gman, was topay the bills. : "Gro~iiighigh ~atue crops for 1o .... ' gospel. Peter, who had just a few days, - that wearotma t stmn try to cmnn an(/ cat and regional markets is a common before denied Jesus not once but three perhaps in time that might happen, entry point for new farmers," said times, was later to preach the first That wasn't the Voborils' only gradu- ~JSI)./Ik offering nevd' Starmer. "Since they often rent land sermon and he did it to thousands, ation, astheyalsoattendedothergrand- funding options for and have to transport perishable com- Pentecost is an unusual word which is children programs as they finished Greekfor50. DerreckandJerrod Gillett phases of their schooling, storage equiplnent modities, a loan that can cover mobile coolers or even refrigerated trucks fills The U.S Department of Agricul- an important gap. These producers in turn supply the growing number of ture will provide a new financing up- food hubs, farmers markets or stores tion to help farmers purchase portable and restaurants interested in sourcing storage and handling equipment. Farm local food." Service Agency administrator Val Earlier this year, FSA significantly Dolcini and Agricultural Marketing expanded the list of commodities eli- Service (AMS) administrator Elanor gible for Farm Storage Facility Loan. StarmerannouncedchangestotheFarm Eligible commodities now include Storage Facility Loan (FSFL) program aquaculture; floriculture; fruits (includ- during a local and regional food roundtable in Columbus, Ohio. The ing nuts) and vegetables; corn, grain sorghum, rice, oilseeds, oats, wheat, loans, which now include a smaller triticale, spelt, buckwheat, lentils, microloan option with lower down chickpeas, dry peas sugar, peanuts, payments, are designed to help pro- ducers, including new, small and mid- barley, rye, hay, honey, hops, maple sized producers, grow their businesses sap, unprocessed meat and poultry, and markets. Continued to page 7 "As more communities reconnect Serving 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Jewell Community Center Jewell, Kan. Roast Beef Sandwich, Potato Salad, Chips, Cole Slaw or Jello, Desserts, Coffee or Tea Free Will Donation 20.16 0 The Difference is in the Details All paint is not created equally. Morton's exclusive FLUOROFLEX 1000 paint system provides superior ,fore.ion and long-lasting beauty tbr your building. 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An- Dauner and Marvin Loomis. Darrell nual conference willbe inTopeka June Miller, city attorney, was also in atten- 1 to June 4. Fellowship followed in the dance. church basement. County Sheriff Don Jacob updated "I Love Thy Kingdoms Lord." the council on changes in traffic condi- Saturday at Bramlage Stadium at tions as a result of the Highway 36 Kansas State University, Manhattan, project. Megan Frost received a bachelor's Jenny Russell presented a swim- degree in education. Attending Megan's special day were her dad, ming pool committee report and re- ShawnFrost, andfriend, RanaeJacobs; quested input from the council con- her grandmother, LilaFrost;hermother cerning the use of existing city build- and husband, Teresa and Rick Sholtz, ings for a fitness center. Russell also and her brother, Paul Frost, all of addressed funding options for a swim- Concordia; her aunt, Sheila White, ming pool renovation or construction project. 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