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5A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD rn= ~a:~ May 26. 20t6 Public Notices [First published May iP, 2010 #= the 1ewet! Co"n~." Record.} In the District Courl of Jewell County. K~sas. In the Matter of the F.state of Dona D, Beam. decea ~d. C~ No. 201S-PR-14 Notlee of Heaxing The Stale of Ka.nsas to all peesons concerned: You are hereby not/fled that a ]'el J- tion ha-~ be~n filed in this courl by Kim W, Ost, duly apl~intcd, qualified and acting ex~utor of the Estate of Dona D- Beam. decea~d, praying that hi'; act, be approved; th=t his account be seltled and allowed: that dze heirs be deterrnined', that the will be construed and the 'statc be ~sig~ d to the per- sons entitled thereto;. I]'lat the col.I."t lind the allowa.~,~es for fees and expenses are re~onahle and should be allowed; thai ti~ costs be determined and or- den.al pa,d; ~at the administration of the estate he elo~d; that upon file ill- ing of receipts the executor be dis- chargod and that be be released from further liability. You are oequir~ to file your writ- ten defens ~ tu the petitioner on or before the 13thday ofJur~, 2016,at 2 o'clock P.M. of said day, in the district courL in Ihe C'ily of Mankato, in Je well County, Kansas, at which time and place said cau~ will be heard, Should you. fail to the your written defends. judgmenl and decree wil! be entered in due course upon the petition, Kit W. Ost, executor Dun'ell E. Miller O7613 P.O. Box Mankalo. Kan. 66956 785-378- 3128 Attorney fl>r l:xecutor ZNEZ 20-3c Ionia ii Rod RIw,~ brought ~e Sunday n~wn- ing message at the Ionia United Meth- odist Chor~h. It was tille, .d "'He Came So that We May Go.'" Scnplure refer- ence was Acts 2:! -2 I. Pal Diemart was the gv~:ler ~tnd u~her. Rita Rose lit the altar candles. Ann Colson was 111 pia- nist and gave a reading as the sp~'ial, Guesls were Dakota Rt)se, McCook, and Anne a~ Marys~ Schlaefli, North Platte, Rod Rose later hmught tbeSun- day message at Harmvny U~ited Meth- odist Church, Mankato. In the after- noon, he provided the rne.~age at tee Hilllop Ledge, B lott. Friday Rita Rose went to Norton and me1 Dakola Ro~' and h~ght her t{~ the Rt~.~ farm whcrc ',be is staying a few day, wah her [randpa0ents, Rot[ and Rita Rose. Saturday Rod, R i~a, and l')ak I a al ten, dud thehigh ~'htx~| grad u- ntil)is O1 Colllu Rose at Bdoit High .%hool. A former Ionia area resident, Celia KInL"EI I(~' Tg.rnedi IDa ycar~ old on May I I. Celia's daughter and son-in- law, Marjorte and Boh Slaughter. planm'd a IOOth hinhday family lunch ar~ open h~u.'~ for Celia that was held Salurday afiernt~n at the church an- nex in ionia. '["h~ morning Celia be- came ill ~nd had to he taken to lbe ho~,pltal in Beloit. TI~ lnnch and open house was held as planned and the event was vidc~ taped so that Celia could view it. Among family members allending were three of Ce[ia'$ four grantk'hil. dren, a great-grand~on and two great- grea [-grandchiktm,t. h wa~ relx~rled Monday morning that Celia was [eehng hailer bul r - lz~incd in the l~t,spital. Celia lives with |he Slaughte~ at t Iv ir Ixm~e m l .aran~, Wyo. Sal malay Neva Sht~make r ~tte,~dL~J the hmr,;h and ope~ Ilou.~ honormg Ceha Kincheloe. Neva is a first ;'or,st Iv Cello's husband, the lale Glenn Kinch lo . L~te~ in the aflemtx~n. Neva allendcd lhe mtentmenl service Ibr l-dean "Corky" Simm link he|d at Ihe loma Cemetery. Others from the Ionia area who reported attending Celia Kiaehe!t~'~ I (Kith hir~hday open h~m~ were Roger and Arnlta Fedtk:, Pat Diemart, Coke and Wanet~a Wrighl. Pa,n CaMeL Cawker Cily, vi ~it,:d her pa~'nts.Coke and WanettaWright, Su w la) reining. Last Tue:,~ay, Brad a~d Linda Kohn anended the rue-school graduation of their gral~ddatighter, Haylee Bledxoe. at Pike Valley School in Coun~and~ Saturday Dick and Gloria Schluefl~ Payne Pasture Cleadng * Pasture tree clearing * Post hole drilling = Genera/dirt or lot work * Snow remo~fi Ruddy Payne, 785-545-5141 v|siled, at the home of Darin, Chrysta], Danyn and Do)oh Garman. Salina, The ommttnity wax ~ddened to hear of lh death of Edwin *'Corky'" Simmelink, Salina, Corky grew up eat the family farm north of Ionia and atlcndcd school at [(mia, His funeral was he~d Saturday inorniag at the United Methodist Church in Salina. Internment was el the hmia Cemclery Saturday aflem~n Rod Rose con- ducted the ~rvice, Corky was a v |- eran and there ~as a Naval Guard present that look part in the service by giving military honors. Last Tuesday, l.e;m and Karen Boden attended the eigth grade pm- molion exercise at Goessel honoring their granddaughter, Elyse Boden. Elyse rec i red the Citizen~,ip Award. L~'on an4 Ka.rrn stayed the nighl with Scott and Rachel Bode], and fm~ltily and retorted home We~y, Saturday Leon and Karen Boden attended the high school graduation Jewell Class of 1966 a Janis William Madlyn Bass Be~en Goldsberry receplion honoring da ir granddaugh- ter, Hayley Baden. held at Lawrence, Steve Steve Kan. Sunday, Le~n and Korea went to Heimen Hutchison Andover and attended the high school graduation reception and supper hon- oring ~heir niece, Mariah Johnston. I-Ilstor~ of Je~ell C, otmty's graduating classes of 1966 ~ -'-7 In Jewell, Leo L. Bass was the Su- perintendent, t966Class presider wan Jim Brenda Nulty Reece band director. Homecoming king and qoe~n wereWendell Lewis and Sandra Nebel. Class sponsors were Mr~Pegg7 Frost and Mr, Gut'7 Kenyon. Board member,s w~e WiEiam Pemutek.trea- ~urer. Clay Brown, Superintendenl. Vaden Davi s Jr. clerk, Melvin Shipley. director. Cooks were Alma Sapp, Alma Ken~dy, Lillian Fogo. Bus dd'ver~ were Harold Beam, Bu~m Foul;'. Rex Hcnningscn. Dwight Foist.Joe Reinerl. At Mankalo, bayard of education were Clyde Reed. president; Clamra:e I~aomis, Jim Wil~m, Don Walker. N ls~ Keeler, Quentin Leece. Can)ly n Ix-Clair was Student Council I~esi- dent. I~llly Conner was Supennlen- dent and Paul Roberts High School Principal. Cheerleaders were Barbara Ross. Nancy Bartholomew, Linda Louder. Patsy Pow II. head ch~rleader Susan Benson. Senior class play was ""l~e Darling Brats." MHS football Marilyn Ross; Steve Hutehison. vi~ president; Diane Wilson, secretary; Steve Heiman, treasurer. Football queen and king were Cant Seamans and Dennis Gee nnan. Basl~tba~lqueen and king were Ca~l Bud.ca an~ Jim Nulty, Senior cheerleaders were Janis Bass and Marilyn Gold.~l~rry. At Bun- Oak. Carl Step w~ts the Superintendent. B~rd of F .ducation was Jack Byers. Gale Tegley~ Slanley Jt,hnson. Don M~llin and Do]; Diehl. C]a~s color was ice blue and silver. cla~,s flower was the orchid, Class motto: He who builds beneath the stars builds ton low, PowWow editors were Carol Hughes and Opal C,sand. Stu. de,t C(>u~cil was lead by Dennis Gunman, president: Dwayne Cockroft, vice president; Carla Garman, secre- taw tneasurer. Carla Garman and Den- his Garma~ were Homecoming queen and king. Sweet Heart was Sudan John i~m and her escort was Romald Ru~yon At Esbon. Larry MeKinnis was the II@. .n observance of Memorial Day,] we will be closed 1 I RMWAYI t '~dN nc:,~.m;in=ial I I'NCUA I ~, E~:IJtT u~o~,= Congratulations Tycen Higer on placing 1st in the Sand Green Regionals, held at Riley County and placing 3rd in the 2016 State Sand Green Championships ~rt[ ~' ij't~.!~. held in Tipton Love, Mum and Dad j |1 C~II To~avl 9D0-374-6968 Garages Hobby Shops ~r~culturat Equestrian Comme~al Specializing in Complete Post F~me Buildings -- i m L --- . i - . PRICE INCLUOI~: / Installation V" WeatherWrap Insulatio~ ~ IExB Insulated OH Door v" 9-LRe Entry Door ai~s~n ~ 2 - 3x3 Insulated Windows 4' Wainscoting . 12" Vented Overl~ang ~1~ v" 4* Concrete Flcmr l PARTY CHANGES BEFORE PRIMARY ARE LIMITED June 1 Deadline A new law passed in 2014 by the Kansas Legislature prohibits party members from switching parties during a period beginning on the candidate filing cleaclfine (noon on June 1 ) through the date when the results of the August primary are certified. Registered voters who are affiliated with a party may not file paperwork to change their party affiliations from June 1 through August this year, A registered voter who is unaffiliated may, however, affiliate with a party during this period and when voting at the primary or requesting an advance ballot. If you have questions, please contact the Jewell County Clerk's Office at 785-378-4020 Carol Nola Boden Everson Tom Carl Kadel Knarr Marilyn Coni Ross Seamans Dianne McCune A~an Vamey Dennis Grennan William Menhusen ~t~or$0a~ Mu~ Z~, :~016 RU Helon ~,h,c also ~,'t~dwd t.aulen a~,J V irgmia Roe tit Super,to. Neb. a~ ~ret~ as the ~teve Headriek laln|l', in the (!live Hill Commumly xoa|h o! Supe- el rather visitors of llg-C, ou~.t we~ Jim and B~ nd~ Dootey.Mary .~m:=~,~ Bill Eilert, Brian az~d Sherry Kosler. Northbranch ' By En-na Dillon ,Edith Ayres" brother, C liff'rurnl~ll, W~odbury. Minn visited her here lot a few da)'~, this past week. The two of then1 went to Junction Ctly ~Or visita- lion witha couxin of the,tdad's. Fem Brunsw~c k. Waylon and K;tren Scan of Byers. Colo friends of F .-dith. were her lunch guests one day this week. Congratulations to Brady Jeffery for placing fourth in the hun]les, which earns him a chance to compe,e at the s~te level next Friday and Saturday. Jean Davis was with a group of women from Ih Lebanon Methodist Church which had charge of a devo- tional ~nd music service at the nursing home and al so the LTC fg-ility in Smith (.:eater. They were p!ea.~dto beable to visit w~,th Nolaa and Loraa Rainy, former re~den~ xn this area, who now live at Ihe nursing home. BeIinda and Belhany Jeffery brought lunch imd shar~ with Marilyn Diane Jeffery on Saturday, Al,a~ and K~m Davis and Jean Davis WHson drove 10 MePherson Saturday and at- royalty were Sandy Wilson and ~ohn Waldron I Jewell.y So~,~ Holdren Bob and Saudy We~tgate and their grandaughter were weekend campe|s at Lake Wilson Miola Griffeth and Sharon Tullar .;c~ined their camping group at Beloit Friday Brennan Williams, Norh|n. wa~ a weekend guest in/ewell Friday Charlotte Hansen ~]ned her daughter Arlene l~,ger the ~uach in Beloil Saturda) partlc~panh in the "old Iractor parade' that Caismn Bt~hnerl s pearhead ~ made Iheir anntt~l t rip. l he I.ractt~Js opc r-at DIN ntel ~t "~trac-otida l.ake and then drove to Lake Emer.~m for lunch The J-Jones p~)v,ded the hmnch lor 11~," group This weekend will Is a busy one fi)r re.~idrnls o1 Jewell and the surround- ing area. Saturday fewell alumni will mee~ for the Americ:m l,egi~m l)mncr al the Ctm'~mumty Building and the Kid'~ t:hhmg Day will be held a| [.ake Emelson. The Palmer Museum will be open I'n~m I I a.m. Io 3 p.m. Satttrday. Vis~- lot,and local residents are invited to ~ttrp at the museom araJ ~ee inlere ~ling Ihtng', al~u.I Jewell and surrounding Wed Kcrnm C n)u~ returned home Mort- day lnm~ a visa in Garden City. She ~Ot 10 ~e h(n||e of the educalors she u,ed to work with and sever-.d form,'r ,trident, Br ~ emits along with hi=; '~ fie t uc,e~ and grandchildren Rex, Eleanor. and Charlolte hosted her Mehnda Head~'iek Rose eisited l:n r,~ty. Kern~a and Rachel Crouse Sat- urduy atv.l Sunday. Before coming to Je~,ell shes opped Io~e Rex Headnck tended a.sofiball to~rrtament which had b~a:u pOslpOned from Salurday 1(3 Sunday be ~u', at a muddy Iqe~d in Hilist~ro. Nml% Year old Addi.'.UJl~ played; on the learn Ihat won all four games John and |':rma Dilkm ho~lcd their annual famll:, b, rlhdayeelebratton ~his ~'~kend at ~he Snow (),rt~,e large near ]antestt~ n. Sa~Lltday evening th,: whole famdy had supper in Scandia Greg ,and. Dianne Fenster lrea~ed J'oIln and Erma to their supper, honoring them tm Iheir fi41~ ~edding annm~er- sa~'. Sunday morning breakf~r,I v,a ~e Will Be Closed Memorial Day Monday, May 30 Closed Saturday, June 4 Closed Saturday, June 11 Limestone Valley Garden Center Memorial Day Planters Prices Range Sl0 s15 Check tts out pit Facebook Open: Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday Noon to 7 p.m. Our phmts ar," also a~ailable at Mau~to Lumber Notice Jewell County Offices will be CLOSED Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day. The Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, May 31 MANKATO SWIMMING POOL Adult Swim (16 and older} Noon to 1 p.m. and 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. W/LL OPEN Monday, May 30 (# water temperature reaches 70 degrees) Hours - 1 to 8 p.m. Seven days a week Admission =3- Daib/ Individual Season Pass =45 Family Pass =100 Tyler Shadduck Pop! Manager 785-378-8072 News and current hi~Dl~ningS posted daily on l~nl~to 9wirnmi~g Pool Facebook page T~IE SOPERIOR EXPRESS ~B prepared by the Fen~tcr tammlmes. Fol- Iow,n~ hre~k~',~ c veryone ~ =ntrffrtited Io the church %er~'lL~', I1"~ thft~ Fensler sisters furnishing violin music' ~d ac- companiment for hymn singing, with others ~ng poetry arat readings. A local woman catered the huge noon me~,l ~ thicken and noodles, mashed ix~tatoes, green beans.cole slaw.home- made robs amt homem'~ale pie. Com- ing for the weekend were Grog arat Diatom Feaster of areal Haysvflle,Ste~ Dillon of rural Peck, Phil and Janel Harms, Isaac and 5ela.~ ~r Bel Aire. Michael and Erin William ~. Benjamin and Max of Wichita and Au.~tin and Abhy Sharp of Wichita and J0hn and Erma Dillon of Nonhhranch. Joyee /vk'N iclx~lx of Superior joined I~ group for church and dinner on Stmday. Sat- today afternoon someof the mena]ong with Isaac and Benjamin drowned a few worms at the fishing hole, but as two year-old plus Benjamin said when they returned, "'We left the fish in the water!" Patsy Warner, after missing chuwh for several weeks because of health issues, was able to be in church at Nonhbranch Sunday. By way of the grapevine (which [ seldom asc!l [ understand Becky M~'Nichals has been "'laid low" wilh a detached I'~lelii~i, which ~,ttrgery ttx)k care ofcn Saturday at the hospital in Haslings. l't." --. m. i. Greeters Sunday were C~'t)rge a,d Sherri Eakins. Randy and Thelm;t K0ops. Pas ,ag Sunduy n~mnng ~,l~ J~r[ 21:2g-32. Theme Snnday ~orn|llg ~'a-'~ +'~ke Prophecy of Penietx~sl." Passage Sunday evening was Aci.x 5: [-] i. 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