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Thursday, October 24, 2019 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B Public Notices (Fi?st Published Oct. 17, 2019 in The Jewell County Record) Notice of Hearing In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Opal J. McElroy, a/k/a/, Opal Joy McEIroy, Deceased Case No. 2019-PR-000009 The State of Kansas to all persons concemed: You are hereby notified that a Peti- tion has been filed in this Court by Carol J. Flinn, duly appointed, quali- fied and acting Executor of the Estate of Opal J. McEIroy, deceased; praying Petitioner's acts be approved; account be settled and allowed; the heirs be determined; the Will be construed and the Estate be assigned to the individu- als and organizations entitled thereto; the court finds the allowances requested for Executor' s fees and'attorney' s fees and expenses are reasonable and should be allowed; the Court costs be deter- mined and ordered paid; the adminis- tration of the Estate be closed; upon the filing of Receipts; the Petitioner be finally discharged as the Executor of the Estate of Opal J. McEIroy, de- ceased, and the Petitioners be released from further liability. You are required to file your writ- ten defenses thereto on or before No- vember 13,2019, at I 0:00 o' clock a.m in the District Court in Mankato, Jewel l County, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in the course upon the Petition. Carol J. Flinn, Petitioner William L. Navis, No. 08770 Attorney at Law 1802 M Street Belleville, Kansas 66935 (785-527-2263 AttomeytorPetitioner ZNEZ42-3c (First Published Oct. 24, 2019 in The Jewell County Record) Notice of Sale In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, Plaintiff vs. Mar- lin E. Rothchild and MariaT. Almanza Rothchild a/k/a Maria Almanza Rothchild, Defendants, Pursuant to Chapter 60 KS.A Title to Real Estate involved. Case No. 2019 CV 000004 The State of Kansas to all Persons concemed: You are hereby notified that on the September 24, 2019, a Journal Entry of Judgment was entered in favor of Farm Credit Services of America, FLCA, awarding a judgment and foreclosure of the Plaintiffs mortgage lien on the following described property located in Jewell County, in the State of Kan- sas, to-wit: A tract of land in the Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section Twenty- eight (28), Township One (I) South, Range Seven (7) West of the 6th P.M Jewell County, Kansas, more particu- larly described as follows: Commenc- ing at the Southwest Comer of the Southwest Quarter (SW I/4) of Section Twenty-eight (28), Township One (I) South, Range Seven (7) West; thence easterly along the South Line of said Southwest Quarter (SWI/4) on an as- sumed bearing of N90 00'00"E a dis- tance of 1076.00 feet, to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence continuing along the previous course a distance of 345.00 feet; thence NI9025'03"W a distance of 168.36 feet; thence N54 51 '45"W a distance of 64.24 feet; thence N27 46'54"W a distance of 24.22 feet: thence N01 0Y 15"E a dis- tance of 57.62 feet; thence N83 06'32"W a distance of 172.78 feet; thence N06 57' 19"E a distance of 73.66 feet; thence N70 49'26"W a dis- tance of 78.00 feet; thence SO I 27' 16"E a d istance of 394.39 feet, to the Point of Beginning, inclusive of road right of way. The amount of the Plaintiffs judg- ment is in the total amount of $132,436.36 as of February 25, 2019, plus interest thereafter on the unpaid principal balance of $126,821.93 at the contract default rate as stated in FLCA Note I of 9.60 percent per annum, plus late charges, attorneys fees in prosecuting this foreclosure action in the amount of $2,497.35 through September 4, 2019, plus an additional $2,500.00 in attorney fees through confirmation of a sheriff' s sale, title expenses of $150.00, and other expenses as allowed by law. You are hereby notified that pursuant to an Order of Sale issued by District Court of Jewell County, Kansas, a Sheriffs Sale of the above described property will take place at the Jewell County Courthouse, 307 N. Commercial Street, Mankato, Kansas, on Monday, No- vember 18, 2019 at l 0:00 o'cloi:k a.m The sale of the above described real property will be subject to a three (3) month redemption period. Don Jacobs, Sheriff, Jewell County, Kansas Martin R. Ufford Hinkle Law Firm LLC 1617 N. Waterfront Parkway, Ste 400 Wichita, KS 67206 (316) 267-2000 / (316) 264-1518 fax mufford@hinklaw.com Attorney for Plaintiff ZNEZ 43-3c Roundup? Ca/ncer? Diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin's/Lymphoma? Regular user of Roun(tup? Give us a click or call - we can help you get compensation CLASSACTIONCLAI MCENTER,COM OFFICE SUPPLIES 1 1 1 E. Main St Mankato, Kan. 785-378-31 91 (Published Oct. 24, 2019 in The Jewell Count), Record) Notice In compliance with the provisions of KSA 25-4411, there will be a test of the ES&S Express Vote Temainal touch screens and the DS200 Digital Scan- ner used by Jewell County Chief Elec- tion Officer to assist in counting the votes of the general election held on November 5, 2019. This test is open to the public. It will begin at 9:00 a.m on October 30, 2019, in the courthouse meeting room. 307 N Commercial, Mankato Kan. ZNEZ 43- lc Lightning ends RHHS game early in the win column It was Mother Nature who limited Friday's game for the Rock Hills Griz- zlies to two quarters. Rock Hills held a 48-12 lead at the half when lightning made conditions unsafe for further play. The win improved the Grizzlies record to 6- I for the season. Rock Hills worked its way to a 14- 0 lead at the end of the first quarter. They exploded for 34 second quarter points while Pike Valley managed to score 12 before the game was called. Statistics for the game were un- available at press time. The Grizzlies close out regular sea- son play, Friday, when they travel to Beloit to take on St. John's-Tipton with a 5-2 record. RHHS volleyball The Rock Hills Grizzlies volleyball team hosted a triangular match, last Tuesday, at Mankato. Rock Hills was rudely treated by its guests. The Chase Kats handed the Grizzlies a two-set, 16-25 and 22-25, loss. The Osborne Bulldogs then downed Rock Hills in two sets, 25-19 and 25-6, for a sweep. The Grizzlies slogged through five matches between Friday and Saturday. They fell to Pike Valley in three sets, 15-25, 13-25 and 25-27, at Mankato Friday. Rock Hills played four matches at Wilson, Saturday, in the Northern Plains League Tournament. They took down Wilson, 23-25, 25-15 and 25-13, in three sets. They fell to Tescott, 10- /I |1( Jaculyn Lemke (5), Rock Hills, spikes the ball to Pike Valley Friday night. 25, 25-21 and 21-25, in three sets. The four. Daleton Groote, Eve Meyers and Grizzlies picked up their second match Jaclyn Yelken added a kill each. Meyers win of the day when they disposed of scored with two aces. Karrigan Natoma, 25-13 and 25-14, in two sets. Dunstan, D. Groote, Lemke and Sara They closed out the day with a two-set, Tadefa had an ace apiece. Lemke had 18-25 and 16-25, loss to Southern Cloud. The Grizzlies opened I A regional play against Lincoln at St. John's, Beloit, Tuesday. Match results were unavailable at press time. Jauclyn Lemke was the top kill art- ist for the Grizzlies against Chase with 10 digs for the match. Austyn Groote puched the ball up for six digs. Dunstan and Meyers made five digs each. D. Groote made two digs. Meyers pounded down two kills for the Griz- zlies against Osborne. Dunstan and Lemke had a kill apiece. D. Groote. lined through two serves for aces. Katie Reinert and Duns,an each scored with an ace. Reinert finished the match with eight digs. Haley Garst and Lemke accounted for three digs each Meyers and Yelken collected two digs apiece. Dunstan had one dig. Dunstan, D. Groote, Lemke and Yelken acquired two kills each against Pike Valley. Meyers sailed through four aces with Dunstan scoring with two aces. Dunstan cleaned the floor with 16 digs. Lemke landed 14 digs. ' Meyers collected 10 digs. piled up Riley Whelchel (6), Rock Hills, rushes the football down the field as Noah Williams (12) and Mason Higer (4) clear the way. war:ing Open Enrollment For affordable health insurance call: Patrick Hough 316-259-6822 I~[PATTERSON DAHLBERG 507-424-3000 INJURY LAWYERS Noxious Weed Control Tips For best results, control noxious weeds this fall. Biennial plants (Musk Thistle) have a two year growing cycle. In the next few weeks, biennial plants will form a rosette (circle of leaves on the ground). Next spring, if left untreated, the rosettes will produce a stalk and set seed. Biennial plants reproduce only by seed. Once plants have been allowed to produce seed, many plants have seed that can remain viable for years. For instance, Musk Thistle seeds can remain viable for 10 years. Controlling biennial noxious and invasive plants this fall by spraying at rosette stage will give you a head start on next year's weed management plan. Remember how windy each spring seems to be, and spray drift is harder to control with new crops near your pastures. Treatment can be applied any time until the ground freezes. Best control is either Tordon 22k at 10-12 oz per acre or Milestone at 3 oz. per abre. If you have any questions, please contact the Jewell County Weed Department at 785-378-4052. 42.2C SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION No. 1605 A PROPOSITION to amend section I of arhcle 10 of the constitution of the state of Kansas; relating to reapportionment of senatarlal and representative districts Be tt resoh,ed by the I.egl~lat ire If the State oJ'Kam'ct~, twt>-thwds ol'the memher~" elected (or appotntedI and quahfied to the Senate and two-thirds of the members elected (or appointed) and qualified to the House o.fRepresentatlves concurring there n" Section ] The following proposition to amend the constltuttnn of the state of Kansas shall bc submitted to the qualified electors of the state for their approval or rciectlon Section I of article I 0 of the constitution of the state of Kansas is hereby amended to read as li)[lows " I. Reapportionment or senatorial and repI'esentative districts. (a) A-t--it.~ ; ~.:ar s ssi,~n ii~ 1~, hL~ Icgi lat~c s,hall by law ~.ai,laiglk~n hh~. M,ic representative drstnets: the ~tate-~natorial distnet.s or both the ~state representative and scrmtc, iial dis:i,c;~ ~p~. the basi~ of the lat~i c,~ii~us ofil,e iiihab~io.i~ ofth~ state iakr. by-auth,;riD ~)1" chavicr 61 of the 1997 Scssi,~n Lai~ ,~f Kansas. At its regular session m 1992, and at its regular session every tenth year thereafter, the legislature shall by law reapportion the stale senatorial districts and representative districts on the basis of the populalmn of the state as established by the mnst recent census of populatmn taken and published by the United States census bureau of the eert~us Senatorial and represc,ia; v~ disziici~ ~hall be Jr at, t,)~ioned.uvOii ,lie 12,asia o;" i~i~ popular,o, ,~" ilt~ '~N~}~-T~) cxclkld ~ nl)nr~ id~.n[ fi?ili[ai-f f~,~'~nnel si.a~.i,liqcd .Ai[hh, [:?~ .i~a;.~ andnonre.~dent student:~ attending eo|lege~ and un,verslttes within the ~ate: and (2) to ~tudcn~s altcndi,g ci~llegcs and uni~ ors[sic; ~,iih, the state i~h,5 arc rcsid ~ts ~;';hc s:.ale in the dr~trgrt of their permanent residence Bills reappomonmg leg,slat,re districts shall be pubhshed m the Kansas register muned~ately upon final passage and shall be etYectwe l'~r the next I'~fllowlng electinn of legislators and thereafter until again reapportioned (b) Within 15 days after the publication of an act reapporuonmg the legislatwe districts within the time specified in (a), the attorney general shall petition the supreme court of the state to determine the validity thereof. The supreme court, within 30 days from the filing of the petition, shall enter Its judgment Should the supreme court determine that the reapportionment statute is invafid, the legislature shall enact a statute of reapportionment cord'arming to the judgment of the supreme court within 15 days (c) Upon enactment of a reapportionment to cot,form with a judgment under (b), the attorney general shall apply to the supreme court of the state to determine the validity thereof "lhc supreme court, within I 0 days from the filing of such application, shall enter its judgment Should the supreme court determine that the reapportionment statute is invalid, the legislature shall again enact a statute reapportioning the legislative districts in comphance with the dlrectinn of andconlormm' " g, to the" m~mdate of the supreme court w~thm 15 days after entry" thereof (d) Whenever a peution or application is filed under th s sec lo ~, the supreme court, tn accordance with its rules, shall permit interested persor~s to present their viev.s (e) A judgment of the supreme court of the state determining a reapportionment to be valid shall be final until the legislative districts are again reapportioned in accordance herewith" Sec 2 The tbllowing statement shall be printed on the ballot with the amendment as a ~shole "'Explanato~ statemen~ The purpose of this amendment is to eliminate the adjustment of eensu.s taken by the United States census bureau regarding nonresident military personnel and nonresident students when reapportioning the Kansas senate and house of representatives "A vote for this proposttmn wquld ehmmate the adjustment of census taken by the United States census bureau regarding nonresident nuhtary personnel and nonresident students when reapportioning the Ka,mas senate and house of representatives 'A vote against this proposition would continue m etlect the requirement lbr the adjustment of census taken by the United States census l~ureau regarding nonresident mihtary personnel and nonresident students when reapportnming the Kansas senate and house of representatives" Sac 3 "]'his resuluti~m, if approved by two-thirds of the members elected (or appointed) and qualified to the Senate. and two-thirds of the members elected (or appointed) and qual- ified to the llouse of Representatives shall be entered on the journals, together with the yeas and nays. The secretary' of state shall cause this resolution to be published as provided by law and shall cause the proposed amendment to be submitted to the electors of the state at the general election in November in the year 2019, unless a special election is called at a sonnet date hy concurrent resolution of the legislature, in which case ~t shall be submitted to the electors of the state at the special election eight digs. Yelken added eight digs. A. Groote registered seven digs. D. Groote was credited with five digs. Reinert picked up four digs for the match. Tadefa made three digs. Whelchel came through with two digs with Scarrow adding one dig. Lemke was the top killer for the Grizzlies against Wilson with seven. Dunstan and Meyers accrued four kills apiece. Reinert and Tadefa had a kill each. Lemke split the defenders for seven aces. Yelken plowed through four aces. Dunstan scored with three acts. D. Groote and Reinert powered through two aces apiece. Meyers and : Caitlyn Scarrow each scored with an ace. Lemke scraped the floor for 14 digs. Meyers came through with eight digs. D. Groote and Reinert had five digs apiece. Austyn Groote and Scarrow posted four digs each. Yelken and Tadefa gathered up three digs apiece. Aubree Whelchel had two digs with Garst adding one. Meyers was good for three kills against Tescott. Yelken made two kills while D. Groote had one kill. Dunstan, A. Groote, D. Groote Lemke, Reinert and Yelken each scored with an ace. Dunstan donated 11 digs for the Griz- zlies. Lemke chipped in 10 digs. A. Groote and Meyers nailed eight digs apiece. Reinert, Scarrow and Yelken accounted for five digs each. D. Groote finished the match with four digs. Aubrey Whelchel was responsible for three digs while Lauren Whelchel had one. Statistics were unavailable for the Natoma and Southern Cloud matches. Rock Hills season will be extended should they win their opening round regional match. Should they lose, their season will be complete. Lemke was the top killer for the Grizzlies against Wilson with seven. Dunstan and Meyers accrued four kills apiece. Reinert and Tadefa had a kill each. Lemke split the defenders for seven aces. Yelken plowed through four aces. Duns,an scored with three aces. D. Groote and Reinert powered through two aces apiece. Meyers and Caitlyn Scarrow each scored with an ace. Lemke scraped the floor for 14 digs. Meyers came through with eight digs. D. Groote and Reinert had five digs apiece. Austyn Groote and Scarrow posted four digs each. Yelken and Tadefa gathered up three digs apiece. Aubree Wheichel had two digs with Garst adding one. Rock Hills Troop #46 Boy and Cub Scouts Flag Retirement Ceremony Nov. 3 2 p.m. Mankato City Park Public is invited to attend Sponsored by VFW #7830 Post/Auxiliary 43.2C Bob Freeman for Jewell City Council Over 30 years experience workingfor City Utilities Appreciate your vote on November 5 (Ad paid for by Bob Freeman) 41.3C he Jewell County Commissioners, Jewell County, Kansas have allowed and paid the OIIowing payrolls and bills for the Quarter ending September 30, 2019 6/30119 EXPENDITURES 9/30/2019 BALANCE GENERAL $ 1,300,954.29 $ 355,796.21 $ 1,264,533.04 ROAD $ 1,806,479.81 $ 507,877.24 $ 1,533,797.80 NOXIOUS WEED $ 152,495.80 $ 18,153.50 $ 145,599.31 EQUIP. RESERVE $ 202,820.71 $ $ 202,820.71 CAPITAL IMPROV $ 910,278.62 $ 413,592.34 $ 610,469.67 HOSPITAL MAINT. $ 187,931.13 $ $ 240,666.59 BANKRUPTCY $ 1,006.85 $ $ 1,00~.85 PUBLIC HEALTH $ 240,100.05 $ 77,823.28 $ 211,786.01 EMP. BENEFITS $ 1,872,608.61 $ 409,915.00 $ 1,571,913.20 APPRAISER $ 161,553.83 $ 18,274.81 $ 147,096 ~8 VENDING $ 1,527.54 $ 96.52 $ 1,540.82 AMBULANCE $ 294,767.46 $ 93,306.97 $ 264,964.05 SPECIAL HIGHWAY $ 147,256.85 $ $" 147,256.85 SPEC. ROAD $ 83,578.19 $ $ 83,578.19 SPECIAL BRIDGE $ 193,202.31 $ 17,000.00 $ 184,839.72 SOLID WASTE $ 66,278.13 $ 60,133.48 $ 39,868.71 TREAS SPECIAL $ 51,478.96 $ 32,850.85 $ 27,321.61 PATF $ 3,457.56 $ $ 3,587.06 REAL ESTATE RED $ 64,480.95 $ 74,691.02 $ 24,926.81 DELINQ. PERSONAL $ 1,607.21 $ 2,220.94 $ UNDISTRIBUTED TAX $ 267,024.61 $ 491,445.05 $ SAFE $ 48.40 $ 156.00 $ 932.40 SPECIAL LAW $ 5,930.(~5 $ 907.00 $ 5,458.15 JWCO 911 $ 174,423.85 $ 2,095.65 $ 184,992.48 911 FUND $ 12,914.92 $ $ 12,914.92 E-911 $ 50,485.19 $ $ 50,485.19 CLERK TECH $ 4,636.53 $ $ 4,914.03 TREAS TECH $ 5,082.50 $ $ 5,360.00 ROD TECH $ 9,627.62 $ $ 10,737.62 POST ROCK EXT $ $ 7,067.83 $ LEPC GRANT $ 1,216.50 $ $ 1,216.50 STRAY ANIMAL $ 326.20 $ $ 326.20 UNCLAIMED ESTATE $ 8,105.19 $ $ 8,105.19 TAX FORCED SALE $ 5,401.97 $ - $ 5,401.97 PARTIAL PAYMENT $ 4,949.44 $ $ 4,949.44 PRIOR YR REAL ESTATE OPIOD GRANT $ $ $ . 5,750.00 HEALTH CAP. OUT $ 88,564.53 $ $ 88,564.53 AMB EQUIPMENT $ 130,124.31 $ $ 130,124.31 WEED CAP OUT $ 30,000.00 $ $ 30,000.00 AMB SPEC. EQUIP $ 9,771.24 $ $ 9,771.24 CITIES $ $ 78,638.30 $ CEMETERIES $ 13.22 $ 103.89 $ 3,396.40 FIRE $ 5,802.58 $ 47.40 $ 10,637.42 TOWNSHIPS $ 19,447.78 $ $ 23,170.87 SCHOOLS $ $ 139,060.15 $ PAYROLL CLEAR $ 5.00 $ 589,253.33 $ 5.00 LIBRARY: ~, CENTRAL KS LIB $ $ 5,279.35 CEN KS EMP BEN $ $ 550.01 $ JW CO LIBRARY $ 1,821.27 $ $ 2,013.34 VINS $ 2,120.00 $ $ 3,400.00 KS BOSTWlCK IRRIG KS BOSTWlCK $ $ 23,489.40 $ KBI REPAY $ $ 2,338.31 $ MOTOR VEHICLE: MOTOR VEHICLE $ $ 74,141.18 $ RV TAX $ 2,150.19 $ 4,378.90 $ 1,287.61 cMv $ $ 1,967.67 $ CMN IN LIEU OF $ 545.10 $ 3,746.02 $ 274.44 MV CURRENT TAX $ 58,227.82 $ 165,784.83 $ 56,134.9,1. DRIVER'S LICENSE $ $ 2,304.50 $ VEHICLE SALES TAX $ 22,173.89 $ 60,150.43 $ 28,012.35 STATE VEHICLE $ $ 1,675.10 $ STATE INSTUTION $ $ 1,638.96 $ KS ED BUILDING $ $ 3,277.93 $ DANE HANSON $ 3,000.00 $ $ 3,000.00 TOTALS $ 8,667,805.36 $ 7,399,510.09 A detailed statement of expenditures is available for Public in~ra~.ction at th~ Cnlmtv Cl~rk'~ nffir.m