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Esbon We and Melinda Williams arrived last Wednesday night from Austin, Texas, for Christmas with Melinda's parents, Joan and Wayne Broeekelman, and her brothers and their families. Last week we reported that a baby girl named Elsie Esther had arrived in Lindsborg. We only knew the mother' s maiden name, but this week we learned that Elsie Esther' s parents are Clancy Oensen) and Mason Back and she does have a big brother named Brewer. Last Wednesday Glenny Fogo was in Beloit at the Glenn Fogo home vis- iting with a granddaughter, Angle Moulton, and her husband, Scan, I Public Notices I I (First published Dec. 16, 20i0, in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell , County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Agnes L. Bartcher, deceased . Case 10-PR-30 Notice of Appointment ' The State of Kansas to the credi- tors, heirs, devisees and legatees of said decedenfand all others concerned: You are notified that on Dec. 9, 2010, the undersigned was appointed -and qualified as executor of the will of :the above named decedent; that letters testamentary have been granted to him "as such executor; and that you must exhibit your demands against said es- tate within four (4) months from the date of the first publication hereof, or" be forever barred. Gary Dean Bartcher, executor Attest: John L. Bingham (Sea)) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer-Phillips Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankato, Kan. 66956-0303 (785) 378-3172 Attorneys for Executor 50-3c (Published Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010, in The Jewell County Record.) City of Mankato Ordinance No. 689 Aft ordinance increasing the assess- ment of court costs and repealing of Ordinance No. 674. Be it ordained by the governing body of the City of Mankato, Kansas: Section 1: The City of Mankato has adopted a charter ordinance exempt- ing it from K.S.A. 12-4112 and pursu- ant thereto, the City of Mankato adopted Ordinance No. 674 establishing the court costs of $50.00 tbr each person found guilty of a violation of he ordi- nances of the City of Mankato; Section 2: Upon review, the gov- erning body of the City of Mankato has determined that in accordance with enactment's in the 2006 Legislative Session, the court costs in- " ci'isedtd$75.00 f0reach perSbfound gtfilt!? of a violatiffnof an o?dinaneeof the City of Mankato. Included in said court costs is a judicial branch educa- tion fee of $0.50, a $1.00 fee to the local law enforcement raining reim- bursement fund; a $11.50 fee to the law enforcement training center fund an- nual operation expenses and critical capital outlay needs a $2.50 fee for annual operating expenses of the Kan- sas Commission of Peace Officers' Standards and Training (KSCPOST) a $2.00 fee to the Juvenile detention facilities fund, a $0.50 fee to the Pro- tection from Abuse Fund, a $0.50 fee to the Crime Victims Assistance Fund, and a $1.00 fee to the trauma fund of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, where there is a finding of guilty or a plea of guilty, a plea of no contest, forfeiture of bond or diversion of a crime other than a non-moving traffic violation. Section 3: This ordinance shall take effect and be enforced from and after its publication in the official city news- paper. Section 4: Ordinance No. 674 is hereby repealed. Passed and adopted this 7th day of December, 2010, by the governing body of the City of Mankato and signed by the mayor. Donald H. Koester, mayor Seal Attest: Marvin E. Loomis, city clerk 52-1c "" I iii i i i Clinton, I11., But most important was the time spent enjoying great-grand- daughter, seven-month-old Gracie. Ray Mizner and Ivan Frost went to Russell Thursday for the day with their aunt, Agnes Kindler. After being delayed a day because of bad weather, Max Underwood ar- rived Thursday in Esbon from Colum- bus, Ohio, for spend Christmas with his dad, Dale Underwood. A group of friends from Rock Hills School went to Wichita to visit and hopefully uplift Daphne Manning who is with her husband, Dennis, a bum victim hospitalized in the burn unit at Via Christi St. Francis Hospital. Lyle Shipley decided he wanted to spend his bii'thday with his Esbon fam- ily, so last Tuesday he drove up from Solomon for the day with his parents, Melvin and lone Shipley. There was no birthday cake, but pie, which he preferred. Christmas day guests for the noon meal with Larry, Vyonda, Jeff and Mike' Welch included Vera Frost, Michele and Ken Crocker. There will be a card party at the cafe New Year's eve. Time is 7:30 and everyone should bring finger foods, Joan and Wayne Broeckelman had all their family home for Christmas dinner. Present were Wes and Melinda Williams, Austin, Texas, Mark Broeckelman, Burlington, Colo., Monte, Gina, Derrick, Tylerl Spencer, Jaci and Abby Broeckelman, Dodge City, Mike, Sharla, Corbin, Shelby, Kaley, Lindy, Jimmy, Ryan and Wyatt Broeckelman, Beloit. Christmas day the Melvin Shipleys had all of their family home except for grandson Michael, who is serving m Iraq. Present were Gary and Teresa Shipley, Nathan, Natalie and Cameron, Wichita, Jason Shipley and friend Lori, Shawnee, Lyle and Pennie Shipley, Solomon, Mindy, Franklin, Term., Brit- tany on leave from the Navy, John and Melva Harvey, Raymore, Me., Carl Harvey and friend Terry, Blairsville. Pa. At 4 p.m. Christmas day, family gathered at the home of Lila and John Frost for the Frost family Christmas. Getting together were Vera Frost, _Stacy, Mike, Makenna and Hunter Stauffer, Glen Elder, Sheila, Shannon, Carter, Grant, Colin and Levi White, Belleville, Shawn Frost and Bonnie Kohn, Megan and Paul Frost. Concordia, Larry, Vyonda, Jeff and Mike Welch, Jewell, Michelleand Ken Crocker, Lorene, Texas Christmas eve day Ivan and Leta Frost had all their "family home The Christmas guests included Carla and Leon Wagner, Gerit and Chase, Wayne and Natalie Frost, Whitley and Blaine, Brenda and Mark Carlson. Cory and :Lee, Sutton; Nb::Iahe evening the Rock Hills Middle School Honor Roll Ist Semester Superintendent's Honor Roll 8th Grade: Hannah Daniels, Trevor Duvall, Sam Flinn, Gerit Wagner. 7th Grade: Emily Cox. 6th Grade: Drew Beam, Shyanne Fernandez, Anna Menhusen, Taneile Peroutek, Davis Schleifer, Jarett Yelken. 5th Grade: Tycen Higer, Mezvah NoN, Emma Reinert, Emilee Whelchel. 1st Semester Principal's Honor Roll 8th Grade: Joel Broeckelman. Natasha Cole. Lainee Eakins. Heather Eaton Logan Schwerman. Tyler Shadduck. 7th Grade: Grant Davis, Wyatt Duskie. Chelsea Landreth. Jeremy Simmelink.: Andrew Torres. 6th Grade: Luke Broeckelman. Laretta Cleary, Noah Daniels. Landon Goss Aric Horn. Dawson Johnson. Sarena Meier, Howard Mitchell, Ryan Scarrow. 5th Grade: Austin Baird. Harlee Chance, Baylie Dunstan. Samanha Fogo, Allison Havens, Brady Jeffery, Peytgn Johnson. Jalee Ortrnan, AnnaBelle Schultze. Chase Slate. Jacob Spiegel 2nd Quarter Superintendent's Honor Roll 8th Grade: Trevor Duvall. Sam Flinn, Gerit Wagner. 6th Grade: Drew Beam, Shyanne Fernandez. Sarena Meier, Anna Menhusen. Taneile Peroutek, Davis Schleifer. Jarett Yelken. 5th Grade: Tycen Higer, Emma Reinert. Emille Whelchel. 2nd Quarter Principal's Honor Roll 8th Grade: Joel Broeckelman, Hannah Daniels, Heather Eaton, Logan Schwerman, Tyler Shadduck. 7th Grade: Emily Cox, Grant Davis, Wyatt Duskie, Esmeralda Fischer, Chelsea Landreth, Jeremy Simmelink, Andrew Torres. 6th Grade: Luke Broeckelman, Noah Daniels, Aric Horn, Dawson Johnson, Alexys Meier, .Howard Mitchell. 5th Grade: Austin Baird, Harlee Chance, Baylie Dunstan, Allison Havens, Brady Jeffery, Peyton Johnson, Mezvah Nobi, Jalee Orfman, AnnaBelIe Schultze, Chase Slate, Jacob Spiegel. Wayne Frosts left for Winona to visit with Natalie's family. Christmas eve services at the Sa- cred Heart Church in Esbon Friday afternoon drew almost a churcii full of worshipers. In the evening another large crowd gathered at the Esbon United Methodist for a Christmas eve service. The collection taken at that service will go toward the heifer project. Roger, Deanna, Lane and Lindsey Underwood spent Christmas eve in Wichita with Kirk, Kathy and Jared Holiday. From there they went to en- joy Christmas with Deanna's family at the Kenny and Janet Winters' home, at Hutchinson. Word received Thursday was that Edna Kattenberg is in the hospital at Hastings and may have to be there a few more days. Sunday Glenna Fogo joined family at the home of Glenn (Chug) and Carol Fogo in Beloit. Joining them were Angle and Gracie Moulton, Clinton, I11., Shane, Sharise, Brianna, Alexi and Cayden Fogo, Deerfield, I11., Bill, Mandy and Aspen Fogo, Manhattan. To make the Christmas holiday mere joyful, Wanda and Ted Thummel had part of their family home. There was Trey, Carol, Robert, and Duncan Anderson, Great Bend, James, Sabrina and Katrina Thummel, McLouth, Regina Thummel, Topeka. Kendall Putman, Houston, Texas, was in Kansas for the holidays and invited his dad, Danny Putman, smith Center, and uncle, Rick Putman, Beloit, to meet him in Salina where they could visit. Kendall also hoped to meet with his school friend Todd Davis, while he was in Kansas. "The day after Christmas" was the sermon title Pastor Dan'Dempsey used Sunday as he chose his scripture read- ing from Luke 2. He asked, "Wlaat comes after Christmas?" There is more than just the sales in the retail stores, but more important is what is done with all we have learned about the birthday and the reason for the birth. He suggested to reflect on it, ponder the words spoken about the real reason for Christmas. Jesus should be the most important gift this year. Beth walker played a beautiful rendition of "Go Tell it on the Mountain" on the piano. Alyce Gillett had given the story of the hymn. Special prayers were lifted for Edna Kattenberg, Don Modlin, Dennis Manning and Rita Everhart. Guests were Trey, Carol, Robert and Duncan Anderson, Max Udnerwood, Beth and Brett Walker. Kathy and Dave Atkins. Doug Dietz and Dale Underwood were ushers. Fellowship time was hosted by Lila and Vera Frsot. Lynn Dempsey reported they served about 60 people at the Christmas day dinner that she and Pastor Dan hosted in Forrnoso, Wishing All of You a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Josh Hancock, who organized the Esbonfest mud drag competition, uses a fire hose to soak the mud pit which enhanced mud flying action for spectators and contestants to enjoy. White Christmas by Bing Crosby. 2. Electric lights were used on a tree for the first time in 1895.3. Alabama was the first state to recognize Christmas as a holiday. Nutcracker is the most popu- lar Christmas ballet. 5. More diamonds are sold at Christmas than at any other -time of the year. 6. "It's a Wonderful Life" is the most popular Christmas movie. 7. There is a disagreement on which presidenl first decorated the White House for Christmas. Christmas Trivia Bill Burgess, Mankato, won Best of Show at the 2010 Esbonfest-in the ,,1, ,Most pop, ular CI. istmas song, motorcyc e d v sion for his 2004 Honda 1800 VTX. The rrlotorcycle,,Ieatures a .... , " ' ...... Custom paint job with a theme of"'The Road toRuin. .... ;i :: ...... The Rock Hills marching band could be heard throughout the entire Esbonfest parade route. " " r ,! Anay Walker, M.D. % 22',12Boeadze r:n, MMDD. Leon Hughes, P.A.C. MarUyn Dunstan, A.R.N.P. Services Acute inpatient care, Swing beds; Outpatient care, Pediatrics, Long Term Care, Hospice, Adult Day Care, Crestvue Cottage Apartments, 24 Hour Emergency Room Bohnert Welding, LLC Darrell Bohnert 785-428-3238 105 Grant Street, North. Highway 14 Jewell, Kan. 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Sidingwas torn off the house and the guttering, was twisted. A large tree I hit the northwest side of the house. g #; ................... Lane Underwood, Esbon, took one of the many go-carts for a spin around the dirt track to test out his racing skills during Esbonfest. ............... ,  .,= ::  ........ ,, : ,2. ii!ii;i Hooley Alcorn, Mankato, cruises along the Esbonfest parade route on his Montgomery Ward 1937 chore tractor. Blue Shield and : Medicare Providers Tyler