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Public Notices ( First 2~ub lished June 9, 2016 in the Jewell Couniy Record) Notice of Hearing In the District Court of Jewell Count% Kansas Case No. 2016-PR-09 In the Matter of the Estate of Karen Sue Allphin, deceased The State of Kansas to all persons concerned.: You are hereby notified that a Peti- tion for Admission of Foreign Will to Probate has been filed in this Court by Patricia J. Hogan, an heir of Karan Sue Allphinl deceased, praying that the foreign will of Karen Sue Allphin, deceased, be admitted to probate and record in this court; thatno administra- tion of this estate is necessary; that the will be construed; and that the property described in that Petition be assigned in acc or.dan~ ce with the terms of the will. You are required to file your writteh defenses thereto on or before July 8~ 2016, at 10:00 a.m. of such day, in such'court, in the City of Mankato, in Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and p!ace such cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree Will be entered in due course upon the Petition. Patricia J. Hogan Petitioner Harrison L,3w Office LLC Jerry L. Harrison, 7434 PO Box 463 125 Noith Mill Street Beloit, KS 67420 Phone (785) 738-3639 Fax (785) 738-3640 Email: harrisonlaw @nckcn.com Attorney for Petitioner ZNEZ 23-3c (First published June 2, 2016, in the JeweU County Record.) Notice of Hearing on Petition for Final Settlement In the District Court of Jewell County, Knasas Case 2015-PR-32 In the Matter of the Estate of Alberta D. Gutscher, also known as Alberta Gutscher, deceased The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a peti- tion has been filed in said court by Arlena M. Michael as executor of the will and of the estate of Alberta D. Gutscher, also known as Alberta Gutscher, deceased, asking for final settlement of said estate; for settle- ment and allowance of her account as executor; for approval of all acts and proceedings of such executor; for com- pensation for her and her attorneys; for a determination of the heirs, devisees and legatees of the decedent; for as- signment of the assets and property of said estate to those entitled thereto; and for all other proper relief; and you are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before June 24, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, 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 said petition. Arlena M. Michael as Executor of the will and of the estate of Alberta D. Gutscher, Deceased Attest: John L. Bingham (Seal) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer-Phillips Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankato, Kansas 66956-0303 (785) 378-3172 Attorneys for executor ZNEZ 22-3c (First published June 9, 2016 (First published June 9, 2016 in the JeweU County Record) in the JeweU County Record) Notice of Hearing On Petition ForNotice of Sale -Final Settlement In the District Court of Jewell In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, Civil Department. County, Kansas Federal National Mortgage Asso- Case Nn. 2014-PR-08 ciation, plaintiff, vs. Michelle M. In the Matter of the Estate of Dunn Thurston, et al, defendants. G. Topliff; deceased Case No. 15CV3 The State of Kansas to all persons Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 60 concerned:. Under and by virtue of an order of Youare hereby notified that a peti- sale issued to me by the clerk of the tion has been filed in said court by District Court of Jewell County, Kan- DwightDaniels as executorofthe will sas, the undersigned Sheriff of Jeweli and of the estate of Donn G. Topliff, County, Kansas, will offer for sale at deceased, asking for final settlement public auction and sell to the highest of said estate; for settlement and al- bidder for cash in hand, at the front of lowanceofhisaccountasexecutor;for the courthouse at Mankato, Jewell approval of,all acts andproceedingsof County, Kan., on June 30, 2016, at such executor; for compensation for 10:00 a.m., the following real estate: himandhisattomeys;foradetermina- Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve (12), tion of the heirs, devisees and legatees Block Two (2), Original Townsite in of thedecedent; for assignment of the City of Randall, Jewell County, Kan- assets and property of said estate to sas, commonly known as 304 West those entitled thereto; and for all other Third Street, Randall, KS 66963 (the proper relief; and you are hereby re- "Property") to satisfy tbejudgment in quired to. file your written defenses the above-entitled case. thereto on or before July 1, 2016 at o ;o ,.. . t~ ~x~ r ./t .~ Thg, ~gglg, 1/~ gU ~ IllQBIg~ WIUIUUL oI sam aay, m sate co urtr" m appraisement and subject to the re- me ttyoiManKato, t msas, atwmcn : dem ion ri ' I-. ................ , . .. pt ~ od as:pro tdedby ~w, tlmean(aplacesalacan.~ewnll~neai~, and further gnhie~t re th~ annrnval nf Should you fail thereinfJudgmellt and .t_- _ _-__~'-~,--"~"-" "7 7"" -#Y. ..... ~: me court. Per more mzormanon, VlSl[ decree will be entered in due course www.southlaw.com. upon said petition. Don Jacobs, sheriff DwiglatDaniels as Executorofthe will Jewell County, Kansas and of the estate of Donn G. Topliff, Prepared by: Deceased SouthLaw, P.C. Attest: John L. Bingham Mark Mellor, 10255 (Seal) District Magistrate Judge 245 N. Waco, Suite 410 Weltmer-Phillips Law Office Wichita, Kan, 67202 P. O. Box 303 316-684-7733 Manlmto, Kansas 66956-0303 316-684-7766 (Fax) (785) 378-3172 Attorneys for Plaintiff (178103) Attorneys for executor ZNEZ 23-3c ZNEZ 23-3c OFFERING FOR SEALED BID , -:Rock Hills USD 107 has the following items that have been declared surplus and are being offered for sealed bid: ! i Elementary Playground Equipment : minus the awing sets. One 13 in. MacBook Pro 2.4 Sealed bids are due no later than noon on Wednesday, June 22, 2016. Rock Hills reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. For more information you may call 785-378-3102. Send bids to USD 107 Rock Hills 109 E. Main, Mankato, KS 66956 Boord Certified Health Care Providers ADA Certified (Published Thursday, June 16, 2016, in the JeweU County Record) Noltee of Hearinll State of Kansas, City of Formosa, ss: To all persons concerned. You are hereby notified that peti- tions have been filed with the City of Formoso by Dloyd J. Stmad and Linda K. Strnad, trustees of the Revocable Inter Vires Trust of Dloyd J. Stmad, dated Dee. 20, 2012, and by Dloyd J. Stmad and Linda K. Stmad, trustees of the Revocable Inter Vivos Trust of Linda K. Stmad, dated Dec. 20, 2012, requesting the governing body of the City of Formoso exclude from the boundaries of the city all that portion of the following described real prop- erty, to-wit: A part of the Northeast Quarter (NEll4) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township Three (3) South, Range Six (6) West of the 6th p.m., described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast comer of said Section; thence West 2208 feet, thence South 796 feet to the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail- road right-of-way; thence in a south- easterly directon along the north line of said right-of-way to the east line of said Section; thence North 896 feet to place of beginning, in Jewell County, Kansas, lying within the boundaries of the City of Formoso, Kansas. A hear- ing will be held by the City Council of the City of Formosa, Kansas, on July 6, 2016, at 7 p.m. to consider the advis- ability of granting the petitions. All interested parties should govern them- selves accordingly. City of Formoso By Lavemia Peters, mayor Attest: Elaine Watson, clerk ZNEZ 24- lc Courthouse News Jewell County Register of Deeds Kim W. Ost and Wendy Ost, Heather R. Wilber and Andrew O. Wilber, Brice Ost to Kendall Ost: N 1/2 and NI/2SEI/4 Section 9, Town- ship 4S, Range 8W. Kendall L. Ost and Melinda Ost to Jacob Porter and Tom Porter: N 1/2 and NI/2SEI/4 Section 9, Township 4S, Range 8W. Carol M. Cook and Ronald D. Cook and Diana H. Cook to An:hie Cee Davis and Mary Lou Davis: S 50 feet of Lots 5 and 6 of west 12 feet of S 50 feet Lot 4, Block 49 original townsite City of Jeweil City. Korey J. Vacek and Chantel Vacek to Lou Carpenter: Lots 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 in Block 1 Hawleys Addition to City of Formoso. Shana H. Ruthstrom to Dianne Kramer: LOts 39, 40 and 41 Block 27 Case Addition to City of Mankato. Jenae Ryan, speeding, $153. Austin Shipman, unlawful acts, reg- istration, $158. Range 6W except a tract containing 10 acre, s; El/2 of E1/2SWI/4 Section 10, Township 2S, Range 6W. Ivan Lee Frost and Leta L. Frost to Ivan L. Frost and Leta L. Frost, trust- ees of Ivan L. Frost Living Trust as to 1/2 interest; Leta L. Frost and Ivan L. Frost, trustees of Leta L. Frost Living Trust as to 1/2 interest; SE1/4 Section 7, Township IS, Range 10W. Fred E. Guinnip and Mary K. Guinnip Co-trustees of the Guinnip Family Living Trust and Fred E. Guinnip, Mary K. Guinnip, Edward Guinnip, Linda Castagno, grantor to Fred E. Guinnip and Mary K. Guinnip, Edward Guinnip and Linda Castagno: Lots 1,2,3 Block 1 Lewis Third Addi- tion to City of Burr Oak. Kendall L. Ost and Melinda Ost aka Mindy Ost' Heather R. Wilber and Andrew D. Wilber, Briee R. Ost, Rebecca J. Ost to Kim W. Ost: NE1/4 Section 3, Township 4S, Range 8W and SW1/4 Section 34, Township 3S, Range 8W. Richard E. Burns and Vanita K. Burns to Ost Furniture and Cabinetry LLC S 65 feet Lot 14, S 25 feet of N 75 feet Lot 14; S 90 feet Lot 15; all of Lot 19; all in Block 38, original townsite City of Mankato. Kendall L Ost, Melinda Ost, Kim W. Ost' Wendy Ost, Heather and An- drew Wilber, Brice Ost, Rebecca Ost to Christopher L. Whelchel and Staci Whelchel: tract of land in El/2 Section 4, Township 4S, Range 8W. Kendall L Ost, Melinda Ost, Kim W. Ost, Wendy Ost, Heather and An- drew Wilber, Brice Ost' to Richard R. :Home and Benjamin J. Home: SE1/4 Section 3S, Range 4S, Range 8W; and W 1/2SWll4 Section 2, Township 4S, Range 8W. Kendall L Ost, Melinda Ost, Kim W. Ost' Wendy Ost, Heather and An- drew Wilber, Brice Ost' to Thomas L. Porter, trustee of the Thomas L. Porter Trust: NW1/4 Section 10S, Range 4S, Range 8W. Thomas L. Porter, trustee of the Thomas L. Porter Trust to Robert S. Newell and Susan G. Newell: all that part of NE1/4 Section 10, Township 4S, Range gw. 20.16 Kenneth Sowers, speeding, $153. Marian Thomas, speeding, $153. ThUrsday, June 16, 2016 JEWELL COUNTY RECORD 4A Kenneth Whelchel, failure to wear seatbelt, $10. James Woodyard, operate motor vehicle without valid license, $358. Troy Wortman, speeding, $153. Brittani Amtt, speeding, $153. Miles Bauer, failure to wear seatbelt, $10. Brian Belgarde, speeding, $153. Nelson Burge, speeding, $198. Mark Cahoon, speeding, $198. Chad Ekker, failure to yield at stop or yield sign, $183. Angela Escargega, speeding, $198. Robert Flentje, speeding, $213. Martha Gunder, failure to wear seatbelt, $10. Emilee Whelchel and CaiUyn May constructed the oak bulletin board that James Harrington, driving while li- can be seen in the background for the Jewell County Community Center. This censecancelled, suspendedorrevoked, was a project they completed in Woods class at Rock Hills High School under the direction of Kevin Ost, teacher. $608. Edward Haverluck, speeding, $201. good idea. Terry Holmes, operate motor ve- Add healthy foods to a meal. Order Voll l all-stargame hicle without valid license, $408. fresh fruit, juice, raw vegetables, salad played at l [an] to Justin Houtz, speeding, $153. with low calorie dressing or low fat The Northern Plains League vol- Michael Hynek, speeding, $153. milk with your meal. leyball all-stars faced off against the KevinIvey, speeding, $153. Don'tdrinkdinner.Restaurantsfre- Twin Valley League all-stars at Regina Kennedy, speeding, $153. quently offer"meal deals" that include Mankato, Saturday. Kinda Lambert, speeding, $153. a drink. A large soft drink or sweet- Rock Hills High School did not James Lee, speeding, $153. ened tea could have as many calories have a representative on the Northern Philip Meyers, speeding, $153. asthemeal. Order a diet drink or plain Plains League team. The teams are David Mohlman, failure to wear tea if desired. Choose low fat or skim comprisedofs'eniors from bothleagues. seatbelt,$10, milk.Wateristhebestandleastexpen- Bayleigh Broeckelman represented Forest, Fish and Game ive drink choice. Sylvan-Lucas High School. Juan Canadena, violation of Wild- The Twin Valley Conference team life, Parks andTourism laws, lstcon- TW'O Lesgue All-Star of Nebraska high school team mem- viction, $168. Tyler Cummings, fishing licenses gs.Ines at /II[Lllkato bers won the match in four sets, 25-20, . 25-13, 25-19 and 25-15. required, $168. The secondarmual Northem Plains The event was sponsored by Rock Dustan Goodloe, possession of League and Twin Valley Conference Hills High School and the Rock Hills wildlife or certain devices, $608. girlsandboysStatelineBasketballAll- Booster Club. Heman Hemandez, violation of Stars game was played at the Rock Wildlife, Parks and Tourism laws, 1st Hills High gymnasium, Saturday, June 1 9-th annual Glen conviction, $168. 4. The Twin Valley Conference mem- Kenneth Nance, violation of Wild- ber schools are located in Nebraska Elder youth fishing life, Parks and Tourism laws, 1 st con- while the Northern Plains League viction, $168. schools are located in Kansas. All toul'nalnent held Dale Schliep, boating and water skiers and surfboards, $133. paid obit. Send bill to Kleppinger Funeral Home, Jewell Gilbert M. McClure and Gordon B. MeChtre trustees of Jack H. McClure Make healthy Trust to Lynn Schnakenberg: Echoices when eating I/2NWl/4 Section 17, Township 2S, Range 6W except a tract of land. away from home Gilbert M. McClure and Gordon B. By Ashley Goudey, McCiure trustees of Jack H. McClure Post Rock Extension District Trust to Jeremy Fredrickson: E I/2NE Americans are eating out more than 1/4 Section 22, Township 2S, Range ever. According to the U.S. Food and 6W and all land lying south and west of Drug Administration, Americans spend the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe about 46 percent of their food budget Railroad in SW 1/4NE1/4 and all land on food prepared away from home and north of county road intersecting The- eat 32 percent of their calories from masAve.,Lovewell, Kansas, lyingeast restaurant or takeout foods. Ameri- of Block 4 in Lovewell, Kansas, in cans generally eat more when eating NWI/4 Section 22, Township 2S, out, and children eat almost twice as Range 6W, all that part of SWI/4NE many calories when they eat a meal at Vernon W. Kaldahl and Elizabeth 1/4 Section 22, Township 2S, Range a restaurant as at home. With more A. Kaldahl to Kaldahl Cars LLC: SE 6W; and also a strip of land 10 rods neonle eating away from home it is 114 Section 10, Township 2S~Range wide of Township 22, Township 2S, necessary toaddres~s strat~oi~ a'irn~cl 6W except a tract containing 10 cres; Range 6W, except tract of land. at makin- , healthy choices w'a -fr" ,' E112 ofEl SW1]4S tion Robert R. RouskandBeckyRoush home Y. .... .... ship 2S, Range 6W~. ) ...... ~.toCalebC, MahinandGayleN.Mahin: Plan befom.vatte.at Call ahead and JohnA. Kaldahl, TfusteeoleJ'dhnA.\ part of sW1/4 SectiOn 22, Township decide what to ~t when you are not as Kaldahi Revocable Trust to Kaldahl 3S, Range 6W. hungry.Orderbeforeothersinthegroup Cars LLC: SE1/4 Section 10, Town- Robert W. Guzik and Joyce A.so you are not tempted to change your ship 2S, Range 6W except a tract con- Guzik to Robert L. McFarlane: Lots mind. Watch out for extras-beverages, taining 10 acres; El/2 of E1/2SWI/4 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 and 26 Block 1 appetizers, or bread and butter. Ask if Section 10, Township 2S, Range 6W. Hawley'sAdditiontoCityofFormoso. a smaller portion, a child's or senior Mary K. Kaldahl, Trustee of Mary Sheriff's deed. Francis A. Lave, meal is available. K. Kaldahl Revocable Trustto Kaldahl Jane E. Lave dba Delaware St. Pub, Have it your way. Look for menu Cars LLC: SEI/4 Section 10, Town- John Doe, Mary Doe, Kansas Depart- descriptions that indicate the prepara- ship 2S, Range 6W except a tract con- lent of Revenue to Affiliated Group tion method. Poaches, grilled, broiled, mining 10 acres; El/2 of EI/2SW1/4 LTD: Lots 5 and 6 Block 44, original stir-fried or blackened foods are gen- Section 10, Township 2S, Range 6W. townsite Jewell City. erally prepared with less fat. Ask for Bruce Kaldahl and Susan Kaldahl Lynn Schulte to Kelly D. Iman and one of those preparation methods for to Kaldahl Cars LLC: SE1/4 Section Amy M. Iman: commencing at a point yourmeal, andfindoutwhattypeoffat 10, Township 2S, Range 6W except a 300feetseuthofsoutheastcomerBlock is used. tract containing 10 acres; El/2 of E 14 in towusite of Esben thence south Foods made with light wine or a 1/2SW1/4 Section 10, Township 2S, 158 feet thence west 300 feet, thence tomato based sauce generally have less Range 6W. Joyce Graves and Jesse Graves to north to right-of-way of CRI&P rail- fat than those with cheese or white Kaldahl Cars LLC: SE1/4 Section 10, road thence east following south line sauces. Chooselow fat or fat free dress- Township 2S, Range 6W except atract ofright-of-wayto beginning; and cam- ing or mayonnaise. Watch out for high containing 10 acres; El/2 of E1/2SW mencing at a point 458 feet south and sodium foods, those that are pickled, 366feetwestofsoutheastcomerBlock smoked; in broth (au jus); or in cock- 1/4 Section 10, Township 2S, Range 14townsiteofEsbon, thence west 480 tail, soy or teriyaki sauce. 6W. feet more or less to west line of SE1/4 Curb a ravenous appetite. Saving Janet Miller to Kaldahi Cars LLC: Section 3, Township 3S, Range 10W, up for a special meal can result in SEl/4Section 10,Township2S, Range thence north to south line of right-of- overeating, so avoid feeling starved 6W except a tract containing 10 acres; way of CRI&P railroad, thence north- when you go out. Eat a light snack at El/2ofEl/2SWl/4Section 10,Town- easterly along south line said right-of- home or munch on plain veggies to ship 2S, Range 6W. waytopoint66feetwestofwestlineof curb your appetite. Drink water with Jay Miller to Kaldahl Cars LLC: 1st described tract, thence south to lemon while you wait. SEl/4Section 10,Township2S, Range beginning. Share your food. Share an entree. 6W except a tract containing 10 acres; Most servings are large enough for two El/2 of EI/2SW 1/4 Section 10,Town- ship 2S, Range 6W. Jonathan Miller to Kaldahl Cars LLC: SE1/4 Section 10, Town.ship 2S, Andy Walker, M.D. Nolan Beavers, M.D. Madly Dunstan, A.P.R.N. Dianne Kramer, A.P.R.N. Bryan Houchens, P.A.C. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds, Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Hospice, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Diagnostic Laboratory, Digital Radiology, EKGs, CT Scans, MRIs, Hotter Monitoring, Stress Testing, Venous and Carotid Doppler Studies, Echocardiograms, Annual Health Fair Participant, Women's Health Clinic and Kan Be Healthy Clinic Traffic to enjoy If not, add soup or salad. TaylorMushengeziKashala, speed_ Think about choosing an appetizer as ing, $153. an alternative to a large entree. Ask for Jacob Nance, failure to wear extra plates and share a dessert around seatbelt, $10. the table. AmandaPatterson, speeding, $171. Do a to-go before the to eat. Ask for Terry Price, speeding, $153. a "to go" box when you order. When Betsy Reinert, speeding, $198. your meal comes, put half of it in the SenmiaRice, operate motor vehicle box before you start to eat. It is easier without valid license, $408. . to divide then and removes the tempta- / ~- .'-.'~ I'JTATE O Exc, GE OANK ~="= MlmkaIo. Kanma$ 66956 Summer and F Baseball Youth Softball Sunday, June 19 - Saturday, June 25 /une 20 Rock Hills T-Ball-~oach Pitch 2 vs. Osborffe 4, 6:30 p.m. June 21 Pee Wees vs. Beloit-Storm Chasers at Grizzly Field, Mankato, 6:25 p.m.; Rock Hills Girls 2-Beloit 2 vs. Osborne 1 at Osborne, 6:30 p.m.; Rock Hills Girls I vs. Osborne 2 at Grizzly Field, Mankato, 6:30 p.m. June 22 Rock Hills T-Ball-Coach Pitch I vs. Smith Center 1 at Grizzly Field, Mankato, 6:30 p.m. June 23 Rock Hills Girls 2-Beloit 2 vs. Downs-Beloit 1at Beloit, 6:30 p.m.; Rock Hills Girls I vs. Thunder Ridge at Kensington, 6:30 p.m. 107 S. Commercial Mankato, Kan. FDIC 785-378-3222 Insured tion to eat just a bit more. Pack it instead. If you often eat away from home, take home cooking with you. For quick lunches, divide leftovers into servings in packable con- tainers. A low calorie frozen meal, fruits and vegetables or sinlple sand- wich can make a light lunch. Watch serving sizes to avoid undoing your [] Like ut on Facebook Belleville KS Cruise4n at the Crossroads Rehabilitation Diabetic Eductation, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy Jewell 102 South Jewell County Hospital - Providing o friendly, codng environment Sendng our patients and communily County Rural Health Clinic Jewell County Hospital Center, Mankato, Kan. 66956 100 Crestvue, Mankato, Kan. 66956 785-378-3511 ; 785-378-3137 team members are seniors. The contest The Kansas Department of Wild- was sponsored by the Rock Hills life, Parks and Tourism and the Booster Club and Rock Hills Junior- Waconda Lake Association hosted the Senior High School. 12th annual youth fishing tournament The Northern Plains League girls at Waconda Lake on June 4. Approxi- teamdidnothavearepresentativefrom lately 140 young anglers boarded Rock Hills High School. Bayleigh boats with a warm, breezy morning Broeckelman, Sylvan-Lucas High welcoming them on the water By School, scored seven points for the lunchtime, the wind was gusting 20 to Northern Plains squad. The Northern 25 mph and temperatures had heated Plains team downed the visiting Twin up but the morning allowed for cam- Valley team 57-54. fortable fishing for all involved. Tucker Johanek was the sole Rock The fishing was much slower than Hills Grizzly on the Northern Plains previousyearsbecauseofastrongnorth boys team. He sank five two pointfield wind, but the youths still had a great goals and one three point shot to con- time and most were able to bring in at tribute 13 points. The Northern Plains least a few, with drum, walleye, white team was on the losing side of the 102- bass and channel catfish leading the 48 score, way. Of the 132 youths who fished on the 39 boats volunteered by local an- July 15 is deadline glers, and the l0 youths who fished off the bank, 100 (70 percent) were able to toreport spring catch at least one fish. The total of 325 planted crops caught fish included 119 drum, 68 walleye (16 legal), 57 white bass, 53 The deadline to complete a final channel catfish, 10crappie, seven blue- acreage report is July 15. The annual gill, five smallmouth bass, two carp, requirement of repo~ng:.acreage to:~::and a:wiper, flathead catfish; large= the FSA office can be referred to.as ,mouth bassand rainbow trout: crop reporting, acreage reporting, or BillShafferofKTWU's"Sunflower crop certification. Filing an accurate Journeys" was on hand to document and timely report for all crops and land the event which will air in the fall on uses, including failed acreage and pre- PBS so be on the lookout for some vented from planting acreage, can pre- folks you may know! vent loss of benefits for a variety of Following is a list of the winners in Farm Service Agency programs. The each of the categories: Most fish, Aus- certification form FSA-578, Report of tinRoth, Garden City, 29; biggest wall- Acreage, must account for all cropland eye, Gavin Koch, Clifton, 24 1/2 inches; on a farm, whether idle or planted, biggestchannelcatfish, DylanThomp- Producers previously submitted their son, Beloit, 37 inches; biggest white acreage reports for small grains and bass, Wes Adolph, Beloit, 16 inches; perennial forages, but now must cer- biggest trout, Lillee Stevens, Downs, tifytheirfeedgrainsandallothercrops 13 3/4 inches; biggest small mouth and land uses. bass, Emily Middleton, Beloit, 18 Prevented planting is to be reported inches; biggest largemouth bass, Lillee no later than 15 calendar days after the Stevenson, Downs, 10 1/2 inches; big- final planting date, or in a time frame gest drum, Sabastian Ubinger, which would allow a FSA representa- Edwardsville, 22 inches; biggest blue- tive to verify the disaster conditions gill, Ely Vernon, Salina, 7 1/2 inches; that prevented the acreage from being biggest flathead catfish, Sabastian planted. Reports offailed acreage must Ubinger, Edwardsville, 23 1/2 inches; be filed before disposition of the crop, biggest carp, Peyton Schoen, Beloit, and producers must be able to establish 24 inches; smallest fish, Julie Hundley, to the satisfaction of the county cam- Downs, 6 inches (bluegill). mittee that the crop failed or was pre- This event is planned again next vented from being replanted through the normal planting period because of year on June 3. natural disaster conditions. -/ All cropland on the farm must be Travelers may need reported to receive benefits from mar- a shot in the arm keting assistance loans (MALs) and Load Deficiency Payments (LDPs). In Before heading out for that exotic addition, an acreage report must be vacation this summer, elderly travel- filed for future 2016 benefits, ifappli- ers need to do some homework, ac- cable, under the Price Loss Coverage cording to the Association of Mature American Citizens. For one thing, be (PLC) and Agricultural Risk Coverage (ARC) programs. For the Conserva- sure to check whether you'll need a vaccine. tion Reserve Program (CRP) acreage We take it for granted that illnesses must be reported to receive annual rental payments.And, crop acreage for such as the mumps or measles, for Non insured Crop Disaster Assistance example, are childhood memories in Program (NAP) must also be reported, the U.S. But, they can be spread to older folks in some foreign countries. Producers are encouraged to con- So, checkto see thatyourdestination is tact the office as soon as you are done planting in order to timely certify your safe and get a shot if your doctor says acres. Ifyouhave questions regarding you need one. Did you know that seniors are particularly vulnerable to the certification of your farm or ques- tetanus? The majority of cases thatare tions about other farm programs ad- ministered by FSA, stop by the local reported occur among those 65 and office, older. Friday Night Cruise-In June 17 Downtown Belleville 5:30 Free Meal for First 250 sponsored by New Century Bank & After Five Sports Bar & Grill With Entertainment. Movie on Courthouse Lawn Car Show Saturday June 18- Belleville City Park RCHS FBLA Fun Run 8 AM at Rocky Pond Car Show Registration 7:00--10:00 AM Breakfast at City Park from 7-9 AM Free will donation for Church People Concerned to benefit Golden Bell Haven Senior Center Parade of Wheels Downtown 11:00 Food-Fun-Music at City Park Free Swimming at the NEW Belleville City Pool Awards Presentation at 3 PM For more info and Registration Forms: www.bellevilleks.org 785-527-5524 f