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....................... ,~ I IIUI~UI,y, ~JtlllU(Iry {~, ~'UI~) Public Notices (First published Jan. l, 2015 in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Den- nis Roesti, deceased. Case No. 2014-PR-04 Notice of Hearing The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Peti- tion has been filed in this Court by Wilma Roesti, duly appointed, quali- fied and acting Executrix of the Estate of Dennis Roesti, deceased, praying that her acts be approved; that the heirs be determined; that the Will be con- strued and the Estate be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; that the Court find the allowances for fees and ex- penses are reasonable and should be allowed; that the costs be determined and ordered paid; that the administra- tion of the Estate be closed; that upon the filing of receipts the Executrix be discharged and that she be released from further liability. You are required to file your writ- ten defenses to the petitioner on or before the 23rd day of January, 2015, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day, in the District Court, in the City of Mankato, in Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail to file your written defenses, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon the Peti- tion. Wilma Roesti Executrix Darrell E. Miller #07613 PO Box 344 Mankato, KS 66956 785-378-3128 Attorney for Executrix ZNEZ 1-3c (Published Jan. 8, 2015 in the Jewell County Record) Notice of USD #107 School Election As required by KSA 25-2018(b) notice is hereby given that a General Election for Unified School District 107 will be held April 7, 2015. If a Primary Election is required, it will be held on March 2, 2015. The following board member positions are to be voted on: Position No. 1; Position No. 3; Position No. 5; Position No. 7 At- Large. Persons wishing to become candi- dates for election to board member may file in the Jewell County Clerk's Office, Courthouse, Mankato, KS, no later than NOON, January 27, 2015. Carla J Waugh Jewell County Clerk ZNEZ 2- I c Life as a pioneer morning. Cut but little until it began to rain. Went to Burr Oak and ordered an iron-bound Rock Island stirring plow, 12-inch. Want a lefthand plow. Bound a little wheat in the evening. July 18: Was a splendid, fine day. It is Sunday. Will Lucas was here. Harmon' s cattle broke out into Joshua' s corn today. July 19, 20 and 21: Cutting wheat. Got Henry Crowe' s wheat nearly done today. July 22 and 23: Still cutting wheat. Went to John Green's to get him and Tom Hollenbeck to cut my wheat. They will not come until Sunday. They were threshing at John's today. July 24 and 25: Still cutting wheat. Got John and Tom to cut my wheat with their machine. July 26: Sunday. Rained a little today. Bound wheat this afternoon. July 27: Got the pieces to set the cane mill on. July 28: Was damp and did not bind much wheat until noon. Got a sweep for the cane mill today. July 29: Finished my wheat harvest today about 10:30. Tore up the cane mill this afternoon, cleaned it, and fixed it ready to put up. Went to the potato patch and got a half bushel of potatoes which were fine. Had our first mess of roasting ears. Aug. 2 and 3: Went to quarry stone and broke down my wagon. Com- menced to fix it in the afternoon of the 3rd and hauled a load of stone. Am working on my furnace for sorghum making. Aug. 4: Was over hauling out wood from John Green's timber and went to B urr Oak. Lou went to John' s, visiting. Aug. 7: Helped Thomas Moor fin- ish stacking wheat and went to Burr Oak in the afternoon. Got my new iron beam stirring plow. It cost me $20. Tried it out this evening and it did pretty well. Got some lime to build my furnace. Commenced to put up pickles tonight. Put up two and a half dozen the first time. Aug. 8: Sunday. Had the appear- ance of rain this morning but faired off and I went and got John Green's and Tom Hollenbeck's machine and cut my oats. I broke the connecting rod on the rake. Got it mended and got theoats cut at 8 o'clock at night: Aug. 14: it rained hard in the evening. My oats are down and have now gone through two wettings. I fear they will be spoiled entirely before I get them dry enough to thresh. Aug. 15: I brought up an ear of corn that measured 8.5 inches around and had 24 rows of corn on it. Got beans and pumpkins, too. Aug. 18 and 19: Threshed my wheat and oats. Wheat turned out poor, 10.5 bushels per acre. Twidweli and Palmer threshed for me. Aug. 20: Made the rollers for my mill. Finishing on the cane furnace. January Eula Silsby, Esbon, retired from the Guaranty State Bank. She has been employed at the Esbon Bank for more than 40 years. Three inches of snow fell New Year's Day followed by cold weather. The weeekend brought subzero wind chills. Rock Hills dance team and cheer- leaders lead the dances during the half- time entertainment. Spectators were asked to come and dance to the YMCA and chicken dance for $1 apiece. All proceeds from the dance were given to Levi Clark and his family. Trent Duskie a 2013 Rock Hills High School graduate and current Emporia State University student, pre- sented Belinda Jeffery with the Na- tional Teachers Hall of Fame "One in a Million" award at Rock Hills El- ementary School. Mankato Auto Body moved from 122 N. Center to 518 E. North Street in Mankato. Jan. 10 people wore orange shirts for Levi Clark to the basketball game, or bought one there. Happy 80th birthday Reed Griest! Hospital trustees approved a room rate increase. They will revisit the mat- ter every December. Wayne Feigal, JeweU County blood drive chairman said, "We were amazed by the response. We exceeded our goal of 29 units by seven for a total of 36 productive units of blood. There was a large number oflaSt minute walk-ins." The Jewell Youth Group assisted with the American Legion pancake and sausage feed in Jewell. Leon Hughes RPAC, officially re- tired and will no longer be practicing medicine. Hughes was guest of honor at a reception held on his behalf at the Community Center in Mankato. February Kimberly Davis, Mankato, hung the open sign on the front door of 102 S. Commercial, and unlocked the doors to her new business, Kountry Kreations Floral Design and Gifts, a full service florist. Twenty-five Rock Hills FBLA members traveled to Hanover to com- pete in the District IV FBLA contest. The students competed in a variety of events ranging from agribusiness to web page design. Bettie McNabb was honored for her 40 plus years as a hospital em- ployee. McKimmy expressed his and the board's gratitude for her many years of service. He exemplified her as a great role model possessing a wonder- ful work ethic. She was presented with a gold 40 year bracelet. Thursday, January 8, 2015 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B: " crews worked 550,000 hours, used591 Kevin Phillips and Dixie Hummel ~ dump trucks and treated or plowed were married in Las Vegas. ' some 2.7 million lane miles. In 1945 and 1946 the ACM-TU$$ , A new 'Welcome to Grizzly Field' Obstructor was home to 69 crew mere. sign was mounted at the south entrance bers, including Rex Freeman, Mankato. tions, birthday ~vith an open house in Leba- to the baseball-softball fields located A retirement open house honoring Winter, spring, winter! That was non. behind the Grizzly Jr-Sr High School. Mike Waite was held at the USDA February 2014. The first few days were Hillary Callaway was recognized May Service Center. " horribly cold, which was followed by for her cross couna'y career at KWU More than 300 people attended the Leo Blanding, rural mail cartierin some really pleasant days. during the half time of a Kansas Ute Theater to watch the movie "God Formoso, collected 75 pounds offood Betty Becker, Mankato weather Wesleyan basketball game. is Not Dead." for the Mankato Food Pantry. " . observer, reported 15 inches of snow : Farmway Co-op, Inc., purchased Doyle McKimmy was named full RockHillsgolfersqualifedforstate. for the month of February. Esbon Grain and Fertilizer, owned by time hospital administrator. Family names long associatexl with'. March Delilah and Eidon Pate. the Nazarene Church in Burr Oak in- Shiann Schoenrock and Murphy A grant was sought for Jewell Fire The new quick attack truck unit for elude Korb, Cockroft, Wilson, Jordan, Nobi were named 2014 basketball Department gear. the Mankato Volunteer Fire Depart- McCutcheon, Roesti, Runyon, Hanson, sweetheart king and queen during the Hard freeze may have damaged ment was delivered. Fogo and Myers. Members of those' crowningceremonyfoliowingtheRock wheal ' Winners of the Pinewood Derby families still attend. '?.' Hills-Chase varsity boys basketball High winds rolled a camper onto its contest were Garrett Barry, first;Rylan JeweU County junior leaders held a game. sideasitremainedhitchedtothepickup Basart, second; and Andrew Babson, day camp at the Mankato City Parkfor Sen. Elaine Bowers and Represen, pulling it at the intersection of Hwy 14 third, youths in kindergarten through third tatives Troy Waymaster and Sharon and26.Atanotherlocationalonghigh- Reported by Glenna Fogo: Rain grade. , Schwartz were at Bob's Inn in Mankato ways 14 and 36, the high winds laid a finally did come to Esbon and vicinity, Damon Bohnert, son of Darrell and for a short legeslative coffee, semi tractor and trailer over. officially in Esbon .96 precipitation Deb Bohnert, Jewell, joined family A surprise retirement and birthday Formoso Fire Department held its fell early Thursday morning. Some business, Bohnert Welding a~d.Pio- annual pancake feed. reports by farmers were more, some neer Seed. " party was given for Bob Murphy, a Sarene Meier was named athlete of less. Dreamliner Motel sold at public long time produce manager at Kier's the week by NCKS Sports.com and Letter to the Editor: At the, Rolling auction to Paul and Karen Fay~ Thriftway in Manakato. Cunningham Telephone and Cable. Hills Electrical Cooperatives annual Mankato. In anticipation of Spring and Me- The first golf meet of the season meeting at Beloit, the cooperative Members of the Burr Oak (2hurch morial Day activities, a new fence was was held at Smith Center for the Rock proved to be a democratic organiza- of the Nazarene celebrated the installed along the south side of the Hills Grizzlies. Devon Freeman fin- tion controlled by its members, congregation's 100th anniversary... Ionia Cemetery. ished in 3rd place on the grass green Burdette and Janie Callaway eel- RHHS track team sent four to the MonteWilson, Jewell, was selected course and Sam Flinn finished in a ebrated their 50th wedding anniver- state meet at .Wichita: Sarena Meier, a winner in America's Farmers Grow three way tie for fifth place, sary with an open house. Kyle Fleming, Joel Broeckelman and Communities, sponsored by the First place Jewell County E-Fair Benefit luncheon was planned for Hunter Pennell. Monsanto Fund. In turn, Wilson se- winners were Murphy Nobi and Emma LeRoy Bourbon. June lected Jewell County 4-H Council to Menhusen. Mankato city wide clean-up was The big news in Jewell County June recievethe$2,500donation.America, s Zane Colson won his weight class held May 10. 5 was much needed rain. Repots were Farmers Grow Communities works with a record of 63' l0 at the Midwest FBLA served a Mother's Day meal received that Sunday four inches in the- directly with farmers to support non- Classic Nationals Wrestling competi- at Burr Oak Cafe. Smith Centerarea, 3.5 inches atEsbon, profit organizations doing important tion held in Keamey. Red Cross Blood Drive exceeded fiveinchesalongtheWhiteRockCreek work in rural communities, Daffodils drooped after the snow their goal. east of Burr Oak, 2.5 inches east of Acustomerappreciationopenhouse and overnight freezing temperatures. A neighbor suggested Jean Davis Lovewell Lake, 2.05 east of Webber, was held March 18 at Randall Farmers RockHills School Board approved take up the art of quilting to keep and reports of up to six inches heat the Co-op Union. tuckpointing work for both school herself busy following her surgery, county line south of Ionia. Possible The hightemperatureforMarchll buildings. That was in 1978 and Jean is still tornado clouds were observed near was 80 degrees. The Mankato Health Fair was held FrankieValens performed inJeweU, quilting today. Formoso. with power poles toppled in Chamber of COmmerce planned American Legion Jr. Auxiliary Unit eastern Jewell County and trees tore up at the Mankato Community Center. community garden in Mankato. 263 Burr Oak made May Day baskets and property damage in that area. The county commissioners ap- anddeliveredthemtotheJewellCounty County Commissioners approved proved the purchase of an emergency A group of five seniors at RHHS Hospital. wage changes lbr county road depart- alert system from Pierce Electronics looked to make a difference in their Grizzly golf team won their own ment. " for $500 per year. community with a clean up program At least 470 people from all around that is a part of a class project, invite. Devon Freeman placed first Devon Freeman won first plai:e im overall, Sam Flinn 3rd overall, Nic dividually at state sand green goiftour- Mitchell McMillan received first Pahls llth. nament at Riley County. The team also : the state were served at the benefit for Mark and Cecilia Peters held Saturday night at the former Jewell High School. April Members of Team Levi Strong, the driving force behind recent and future fundraising for the leukemia and lym- phoma society are Ashley Clark, Nicolette Zeigler, Gayle Mahin, Chris Flaata, Megan McMeen, Jacki Siebecker and Jamie Henderson. There were approximately 100 participants in the two mile walk-run and 10K run fundraising event held at Lovewell Lake. Stuart Vance, Mankato, employee of the Jewell County Sheriffs Depart- ment, graduated from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center. Continued from page 3 ....... Aug.25: Another heavy rair~storm. Abookclubforadultsformed atthe went to meeting. I and fhe boys Sta~d The wat6r: w~s ttie'ti~gh~t~6~,~r'l(ffb~ff t~-Mankato,~/ity Library.Sessions to held at John Green's. ~ ..... by the earliest settlers. It did a great ..the last Thursday of every rn~nth. July 12: Warm. Wheat ripening fast. deal of damage to property. A frozen pipe caused water to flow There was an attempted break-in at Fixed my granary today; covered it Aug. 30: Am working at my molas- out the top and freeze down the side of the Mankato Housing Complex. with hay off the stable. I.K. Moor ses factory full time now. Want to start the Rural Water District No.l tower Jewell County Sheriff' s Department moved onto his own place today, it in a day or two. near Esbon. Ice also drifted onto the received complaints of an individual Ground my cradling scythe and fixed Sept. 6: Went to work at making ground and in the adjacent cemetery, going door to door in Mankato selling up my cradle for business, molasses today. The first blizzard of 2014 occured, burial insurance. July 14: Worked on a place for my Sept. 13: Just got my furnace to Thewindroseatnooncausingdrifting. Becker and Bouray Auction Set-. work all right today. Have had the The Randall :Branch Bank closed vice held a consignment farm auction furnace for molasses-making purposes. Henry Crowe, Nancy and MotherMoor darndest time imaginable with it this shortly after noon to allow employees on the northeast end of Mankato. last week. Made 20 gallons of molas- to return h0me safely. Several events Delvin Hanson, longtime employee were here. Made me a waist and pants ses today. Very good molasses.' were canceled and schools in the area for Jewell County Road Department, of denim today. were closed, retired. July 15: Cut a little wheat today. A fire engulfed the home of Mark Several families attended the soup Wheat too green to cut yet with any Soft words are hard arguments, andCeciliaPeters, Formoso.Thehome supper and family movie night at the comfort, was a total loss. Friends and family Olive Hill Church. ' July 16: Bound wheat for Mr. The claim that American women organized a benefit dance and dinner Loreen Bird celebrated her 80th Blackman. Weather is fine. are downtrodden and unfairly treated in Jewell. An account was established birthday with a card shower, and July 17: Went to cutting wheat this is the fraud of the century, at Farmway Credit Union for dona- Norman Pletcher celebrated his 80th~ I I I Simi, r to O are now available at Great for keeping track of work, garden, medicine and other personal notes Superior Express 148 East Third Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 /# 111 E. Main Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3191 !iii ii i 30 i ~ .~ J ........ , i ...... 3! ; 1 ....................... ; 2 :: _ ! have arrived and are in stock Bxpr ss 111 E. Main Mankato, Kon. 785-378-3191 148 East Third Superior, Neb. 402-879-3291 place and Chelsea Landreth second place for their entries in the annual Young American Creative Patriotic Art Competition. Seventy-some alumni and friends attended the Randall Alumni Reunion held at the Jewell Community Center. Emma Menhusen, Murphy Nobi and Gerit Wagner qualified for the state forensics tournament in Salina. An open house was held for Mavin Loomis' retirement at Mankato City Office. Opal McElroy celebrated her 90th birthday. Seventh annual Rock Hills Pack No. 46 Pinewood Derby was held. Gerit Wagner, alto saxophone; Gerit Sarena Meiers took first place in the 3,200 meter run, second in the 1,600 meter run, and sixth place in the 800 meter run at the Beloit Relays. Hunter Pennell grabbed fourth place in the pole vault. Lexi Jeffery was fifth in the high jump. Lainee Eakins finished sev- enth in the 100 meter and sixth in the 200 meter. Joel Broeckelman nailed a second place finish in the 100 meter dash and claimed third place in the long jump. Kyle Fleming was fourth in the 400 meter dash and seventh in the pole vault. Tucker Johanek was fifth in the high jump and seventh in the long jump. The 4x 100 relay team of Dylan Hill, Tucker Johanek, Kyle Fleming captured first place. Fortieth anniversaries were cel- ebrated by Mike and Pat Zadina, Mankato, and Ron and Twila Whelchel, Esbon. A community baby shower was~held for Ashton Cates. The open horse show was held at the Jewell County Fairgrounds arena Charlotte Snyder, Jewell, contin- ued her battle with cancer and was the featured Relay for Life story. The an- nual event was held at the Mankato City Park. "The Star Spangled Banner", cel- ebrated its 200th birthday as ~Anieri- cans observed Flag Day June 14, ~. lc Jillian Worm, Webber, was anew Wagner, Anna Menhusen, Luke and Joel Broeckelman took third place. The first building purchased by j'nnior member of tlmAmcl~ican . ~gt~:: .~'~r, pecketrr/ail. ~/nd/~/lltson Railsback. , Jewell Countyescaped any S~rid6s ..... RFCL~ from, Roger. Houghton was Association. ~ ., ; ~., ~, sa~optkone quartet; andre Justin Pate, storm damage when a severe thunder- mov~ii'fie~/1O~iti6iigOt~0T thdT-;:~ timpani solo and snare drum solo, all storm with rotating clouds passed Randall Bank. qualified for state music contest, through the area. On one of the most perfect morn- A Poppy Day dinner, sponsored by ings ever sunrise services were held at the Jewell American Legion Auxil- Underwood Hill south of Burr Oak. iary, was held at the Jewell Commu- County Commissioners approved nity Center. ,lease pUrchase agreement for two am- bulances. :!~ili'i!ilf!~ Dennis Brewster Hearing Specialist I IIII I I III APC Construction dropped the building next to the alley on the east . side of 100 S. Commercial St., in Mankato. Fartnway Co-op, Inc., purchased the grain assets of Hansen-Mueller in Bel!eviJle, Scandia and Courtland. The winter of 2014 was the most costly since 2008 for the Kansas De- ~rtment of Transportation. KDOT The Mankato City Library held its "Fizz, Boom, Read" summer reading program with Jody Hadachek, science Continued to page 7 MONDAY, Jan' 19 2 p.m. Auction will be held in the Jewell Community Center in Jewell, Kiln. 99 Winchester saddle ring carbine (9508xx); Winch s'tei Model 1890 22WRF (5721 xx); Winchester model 06 22 S-L-R (1159xx); Winchester 189022 (4609xx); Winchester 1890 22 L (6647xx); Colt 44 cal (49xx); 1892 Winchester SRC saddle ring 44 (49xx); Winchester 7D3 44-40 (1218xx); Springfield model 83 22; 9# Winchester 30-30 carbine scope (346x); 1890 Winchester 22 shod (6364xx); Winchester 30-30 Centennial 66 brass receiver (110xx); 97 Winchester 12 gage (3498xx); 94 Winchester W30 WCF (7977xx); Winchester 62 A 22 (6497xx); Browning light weight over under (102xx); Rem!ngton 22 S Gallery Special (5201xx); Model 90 22 WRF 2020; Winchester model 90 222 (6923xx); Winchester model 06 (447xx); 1903 Winchester 22 (176xx); Winchester model 88 lever action 308 with scope 1101; 92 Winchester 2520 (5276xx);Browning 12 ga pomp (18941RNIxx); Winchester model 12 modified (14821xx): Turkish Mouser 1940 w/Turkish bayonet (80xx); 97 Winchester 12 gage (241 lxx); 97 Winchester 12 gage full (8893xx); Winchester 67 22SS; 1903 Winchester 22 auto (786xx); Remington model 31 full choke 12 gage (521xx); Mossberg 22 single shot W/ peep sites; Winchester model 70 STR 30-06 Redfield Scope Rublex range ridder (C14841xx); Remington 87D Wingmaster 12 gage 3" mag (55869xx); 620 rounds 7.62 cal amo.; Marlin Ducks Unlimited 22 w/case (694089xx); Higgans 12 gage shotgun; Remington 22 bolt; 12 ga. 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