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9A JEWELL COUNTY RECORD Thursday, July 14, 2016 Jillian Worm was named the grand 2016 Jewell County Fair. l Public Notices (First published July 14, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Notice of Hearing on Petition for Final Settlement In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas champion beef senior showman at the county and state, at which time such cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course on that petition. Marilyn J. Jeffery, Petitioner Dana Brewer Kansas Supreme Court 09501 Justin Ferrell Case 2014-PR-20 Kansas Supreme Court 22083 In the Matter of the Estate of Brewer Law Firm, L.L.C. Marjorie K. Savoy, Deceased 613 Washington Street P. O. Box 549 The State of Kansas to all persons Concordia, Kansas 66901-0549 concerned: Telephone: (785) 243-3790 You are hereby notified that a peti- Fax: (785) 243-5018 tion has been filed in said court by sblattys@att.net Thomas Thronson as administrator c.t.a, of the will and of the estate of Attorneys for Petitioner ZNEZ 26-3c Marjorie K. Savoy, deceased, asking for final settlement of said estate; for settlement and allowance of his ac- Published July 14, 2016 count as administrator c.t.a.; for ap- in the Jewell County Record) proval of all acts and proceedings of Notice of Sale such administrator c.t.a.; for compen- In the District Court of Mitchell sation for him and his attorneys; for a County, Kansas Case No. 2016-PR-14 determination of the heirs, devisees In the Matter of the Estate of Carl and legatees of the decedent; for as- signment of the assets and property of Schultz, deceased The State of Kansas to all persons said estate to those entitled thereto; concerned: and for all other proper relief; and you You are notified that Ron Koster, are hereby required to file your written Executor of the above entitled Estate, defenses thereto on or before August 5, 2016 at 10:00 A.M. of said day, in said will offer for sale at public auction the court, in the City of Mankato, Kansas, following describedpersonal property: at which time and place said cause will (a) Miscellaneous farm equipment and be heard. Should you fail therein, machinery on Monday, July 25, 2016, judgment and decree will be entered in at5 o'clockp.m., at 354 C Road, Cawker due course upon said petition. City, Jewell County, Kansas. Thomas Thronson as Administrator All parties interested should take c.t.a, of the will and of the estate of notice and govern themselves accord- Marjorie K. Savoy, Deceased ingly. Attest:Debra J. G. Wright Ron Koster Executor ,(Seal)District Magistrate Judge Assigned Weltmer-Phillips Law Office Darrell E. Miller P. O. Box 303 PO Box 344 Mankato, Kansas 66956-0303 Mankato, KS 66956 (785) 378-3172 785-378-3128 Attorneys for administrator c.t.a. Attorney for Executor ZNEZ 28-1 c ZNEZ 28-3c Burr OakBy The Burr Oak Fire Department met for their monthly meeting July 6. A supper of sandwiches, chips, baked beans, pickles, cheese, relishes, water- melon, cantaloupe and cookies was served before the meeting. Attending were Gone Underwood, Walt Wilson, John Tucker, Keith Barry, Cody Volker, Tom Harris, Jarrett Yelken, Jim Harris, Steve and Tammy Cosand and Cheryl Hillman. D oug and Polly Pair went to Seneca over the weekend to help their grand- daughter, Kelsey Weber, celebrate her second bizdaday a few days early. She is the daughter of Jason and Brandy Weber and sister of Bryce. Jessica Barnes, Grog and Brynlc Manning went to Jewell Saturday morning to pick up a new puppy for Brynlee. Bob Hines joined Cliff and Glermy Barnes Saturday evening and traveled to Concordia where they watched the Jayhusker races at the Concordia High Banks racetrack. Kyle Ord competed in the wingless 600 division and took second in his fu'st heat and first in his second heat. In the feature race Kyle started on the first row outside and was maintaining that position through sev- eral laps when his car began to lose power and he was forced to pull on to the infield. It was a disappointment for Kyle and his supporters but he still was given a ninth place finish and will drop from a first place in points to a tie for second place. Also attending the race were Jeff, Diana, Katie and Kasey Ord, Danea Buschkoetter, Jessica Barnes, Greg Manning and Jeff Cooley. Sunday morning at the Burr Oak Christian Church, Richard Cox' s mes- sage was entitled '~l~e Good Samari- tan." His selected scripture reading was Luke 10: 25-37. This scripture is the StOry of the good samaritan who stopped to help a wounded Jew after two other people had passed by with no offer of help. The greatest command of all is that we love the Lord with all our heart, soul and mind and to love others as ourselves. Compassion for others is a requirement for every Christian. Com- passion rearranges our priorities. Hav- ing compassion for others changes our actions and can be a drain on our en- ergy as we focus on things we have not planned on. When we are given oppor- tunities to show compassion, we need to act on those opportunities. We need to be the neighbor who shows compas- sion. We can give without loving, but we can not love without giving. Which person from the story of the good Sa- maritan are we? Are we the priest who .passed on by, or the Levite who also passed by? Or are we the good samari- tan who stopped to help someone in need? Jessica Barnes, Cheryl Hillman and Brynlee Manning went to Superior last Monday to take the new puppy to the vet for its shots. They also visited with Carolyn Barnes and Jim Pursell while they were in Superior. Twila Morris took over cooking responsibilities at the local cafe Mon- day while Jim Pursell and Carolyn Barnes made a trip to Omaha for an appointment for Jim. While there they visited with Chris Herz who is in the hospital following a recent serious ac- cident. Ionia Rod Rose brought the Sunday morn- "ing message at the Ionia United Meth- odist Church. The message was titled "Wash And Be Clean? Are You Kid- ding Me?" Scripture reference read was II Kings 5:1-14. Greeter was Rita Rose. Usher was Dale Simmelink. Pia- nist was Ann Colson. Linda Kohn was the organist. Gabby and Charlie, grand- daughters of Bob and Berta Burda, lit the altar candles. Guests were Ron and Dianna Coad, Devin Coad, Nicole Everhart, and Jerid, Nolan and Caleb Arnold. It was announced that there would be a Jewell County United Methodist Church Parish Council meeting held at the church in Ionia, at 7 p.m. Juty-20. At 7 p.m. Sunday a singspiration will be held at the Northbranch Friends Church. There will be a Sunday morn- ing service at the Ionia church instead of adjourning to attend the worship service held during the Jewell County Threshing Bee and Antique Farm Ma- chinery Show as what has been done in past years, After this week's service, Rod and Rita Rose went to Mankato where Rod brought the message at Harmony United Methodist Church. Friday, Judy Weber, Troy, and Vir- ginia Douglas; Marysville, visited their brother and sister-in-law, Harold and Neva Shoemaker. They also visited their sister, Opal Glauser, Beloit. Last Wednesday, Karen Boden served as the quilt superintendent for the pre-fair quilt judging. There were 25 quilts entered this year. The quilts were display during this week's Jewell County Fair. .Friday, Frank Diemart visited Harold Shoemaker at the the longterm care unit of the Mitchell County Hos- pital at Beloit. Bruce Fedde, Ponder, Texas, is here for a week with his parents, Roger and Arrilla Fedde. Bruce will be demon- strating horse shoeing at the annual Jewell County Threshing Bee and Antique Farm Machinery Show to be held this weekend at Mankato. Roger Fedde has been working with other volunteers preparing for this annual event that is sponsored by the Jewell County Historical Society. July 4th, Bill, Anne and Maryssa Schlaefli, and Gayle Jones and her three daughters were evening guests at the home of Dick and Gloria Schlaefli. They had a barbeque supper and set off fireworks. Last Tuesday, Karen Boden went to Abilene to assist with a VFW Aux- iliary meeting. Brad and Linda Kolm attended a birthday party honoring their grand- daughter, Haylee Bledsoe, at her home. Hosts were Jeremy, Hilary and Brad- ley Bledsoe. Haylee is five years old. Rod Rose conducted Warren Joerg' s funeral service that was held at the McDonald Funeral Home, Beloit. Rod and Rita Rose, Dick and Gloria Schlaefli, Ron and Dianna Coad, along with some relatives and friends of the Coads, trailer camped Thursday through Sunday at Waconda Lake. Republican Jewell County Commissioner District 3 Paid for by Tom Harris I love being out in my garden, So when my doctor told me I had prediabetes, i knew preventing type 2 diabetes had to become a priority. Developed in partnership by: PREVENTT2 ....,,o...oo... le Iness :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,W I EN.TER, P.A. , I/.l'rl~s~l,,lf, l:l,~ ~'~.C'~tlN'I-v I-II~I~I=II"AI. Ff'.)UNDATION (First published July 7, 2016 in Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Eu- gene M. Pope, deceased No. 2016-PR-12 Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are notified that a Petition has been filed in this Court by Elizabeth Fordham, one of the heirs of Eugene M. Pope, deceased, requesting: De- scent be determined of the following described real estate situated in Jewell County, Kansas: An Undivided one-half (1/2) inter- est in the North one-half (N 112) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Three (3), Range Eight (8) all in Jewell County, Kansas. You are required to file your writ- ten defenses to the Petition on or be- fore July 29, 2016 at 2:00 o'clock p.m. at the Jeweli County District Court, 307 N. Commercial, Mankato, Kan- sas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail to file your written defenses, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Petition. Elizabeth Fordham, Petitioner Chantz N. Martin Frasier, Johnson & Martin, LLC P.O. Box 369 116 North Hersey Avenue Beloit, Kansas 67420 (785) 738-5723 ZNEZ 27-3c (First published June 30, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Notice of Hearing on Petition to Admit Will In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Probate Division Case No. 11-PR-16 In the Matter of the Estate of Curtis Jeffery, sometimes known as Curtis W. Jeffery, deceased. Petition Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59) The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that on June 27, 2016, a petition was filed in this Court by Marilyn J. Jeffery, an heir-at-law, devisee and legatee of Curtis Jeffery, deceased, requesting the will of Curtis Jeffery, dated May 9, 2000, previously filed with the Court on August 3, 2011 be admitted to pro- bate and roord and Marilyn J. Jeffery be appointed as Executrix, without bond and granted Letters Testamen- tary. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 22nd day of July, 2016, at 11:00 o'clock a.m., of that day, in the above court, in the city of Mankato, in such Attention Jewell County Voters - Advance Voting Information Reminder: If you wish to vote advance for the August 2 Primary Election, you must first complete an application and return it to the ]ewell County Clerk's Office. For those who want their ballot mailed, the application must be returned to the Clerk's office no later than July 29. The application is printed in this issue of this paper or you may contact the Jewell County Clerk's Office (785-378-4020) or go to the Election page of the Jewell County website at jewellcountykansas.net, to obtain an application. Jewell County Clerk, 307 N. Commercial, Ste. 5, Mankato, KS 66956 Office of the Kansas Secretary of State Application for Advance Ballot by Mail DOWNLOAD THIS FORM AT WWW.SOS.KS.GOV Office of the Kansas Secretary of State Application for Advance Ballot by Mail DOWNLOAD THIS FORM AT WWW.SOS.KS.GOV t. Affirmation 1. Affirmation Affirmation of an Elector of the County of Jewel and State of Kansas Desiring to Vote an Advance Voting Ballot Affirmation of an Elector of the County of Je*e, and State of Kansas Desidng to Vote an Advance Voting Ballot State of Kansas , County of Jewe, , ss: (where application is completed) State of Kansas , County of J~e, , ss: (where application is completed) 2. Voter Identification Requirements 2. Voter Identification Requirements I understand that my current and valid Kansas driver's license number or Kansas nonddver's identification card number ': I understand that my current and valid Kansas driver's license number or Kansas nonddver's identification card number must be provided in order to receive a ballot. . ' must be provided in order to receive a ballot. Current Kansas dnver's license number or nondriver's identification card numbec Current Kansas driver's license number or nondriver's identification card number If I do not have a current and valid Kansas driver's license number or Kansas nondriver's identification card number, I If I do not have a current and valid Kansas ddver's license must provide a copy of one of the following forms of photo identification with this application in order to receive a ballot, must provide a copy of one of the following forms of photo Driver's license issues by Kansas or another state Nonddver's ID card issued by Kansas or another state U.S. passport Concealed cat'~ of handgun license issued by Kansas or another state Employee badge or 113 document issued by a government office 3. Personal Information please print. number or Kansas nondnver's identification card number, I identification with this application in order to receive a ballot_ U.S. ml~taty ID Driver's license issued by Kansas or another state U.S. militar/ID Student IO cord issued by an acR~llted Kansas poatsecondary Nonddver's tD card issued by Kansas or anott~er slate Student ID card issued by an accredited Kansas postsecondaP/ educe~onal instillJtion U.S. passport educational institution Public assistance ID can:l issued by a government office Concealed cam/of handgun license issued by KansasPublic assistance ID card issued by a government office ID card issued by an Indian tribe or another state ID card issued by an Indian tribe Employee badge or IO document issued by a government office 3. Personal Information please print. 1.0$t Nawm F=l~t N=me i M t Olin ol ~,ln tMM/O~ Last Nama F-~sI Name M.I, Dam of Bian IMM/OOeYY ) Po;~cal Pmly (To be filled in only when requesting a primary election ballot): [] Democratic [] Republic=n 4. Addms~ to Mall Ballot (if different from residential addrees) Re=Kl~t~ .a.~lmaa Cmf Political Party (To be filled in onlywhen requesting a pdmar,/election ballot): [] Democratic [] Republican 4. Addre~ to Mail Ballot (if- different from residential address) St=to Zip Code U~at~ C~ ~ ~cam Note: The t~allot may be mailed only io the voter's restdential or mailing address as indicated on the county voter registration list. to the vot~'s temporary residential address, or to a medical care facility where the voter resides. These raslriction= do not apply to a voter who has sn dlness aisa=lity o who lacXs profioency m me Engl~sia lengtmge. Ballots cannel 0e rnaJleO unl~ 20 days before tile elee~on. 5, Voter Signature Not.: False statement on this affirmation Is =1 severity level 9, nonperson felony. I do solemnly affirm under penalty of perjury that I am a qualified elector residing at the address listed above. I am entiUed to vote an advance voting ballot and ] have not voted and will not otherwise vote at the election to be held on August 2. 2016 (date). Note: The ballot may be mailed only to the voter's residential or mailing address as indJcateO on .One county voter registrahon hst to the voter s temporary residential address or to a medical care facility where the voter resides. These restrictions do not apply to a voter who has an ,tlness Oisa0ilfO/or wr~o lacks pro~Icienc-y in :he Englista language. Ballots cannot be mailed unttl 20 days oefore ~e elecaon. 5. Voter Signature Note: False statement on this affirmatloti is a severity level g, nonperson felony. I do solemnly affirm under penalty of perjury that I am a qualified elector residing at the address listed above. I am entitled to vote an advance voting ballot and I have not voted and will not otherwise vote at the election to be held on August 2, 201S (date). Required Signature of Vote~; Oat11 (MM/DD~ P~ofle Nulll~;~t" Sk3oatura of Voter Date (M~,} PhOr~ / i ,!