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P blic Notices (First published Feb. 11, 2016 in the Jewell County Record) Notice to Creditors In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Ronnie L. Broeckelman, deceased Case No. 2015-PR-34 The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that a Peti- tion for Issuance of Letters of Admin- istration was filed in the above cap- tioned case in this Court by RoJene M. Broeckelman. All creditors of the above named decedent are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within four (4) months from the date of first publi- cation of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. RoJene M. Broeckelman Administrator Michael-Sharmon McDowell Attorney at Law, Chartered 120 E. Court, P.O. Box 68 Smith Center, Kansas 66967 Phone (785) 282-6688 Attorney for Petitioner ZNEZ 6-3c Courthouse News Jewell County Accidents Feb. 5 around 12" 10 p.m. 0.5 miles west from 310 Road Joseph Peters, Formoso, was driving a 1988 Dodge pickup on O Road and hit a bump causing him to slide into a mailbox. There was damage to the mail box owned by Greg Mikesell, Formoso. Accident investigated by Josh Alcorn. Esbon been prepared by Deanna Underwood. Prayers were lifted for Pastor Gerry's father and mother as they go home from the nursing home. Prayers also were lifted for Susan Sharps family members as they struggle with health problems. Lenten calenders prepared by Kim Gillett are available for every- one. They are on the table on the south- east entrance of the church. "O Jesus I have promised." Friday was crowning the king and queen day at the Golden Living Center in Downs. The royalty are chosen by fellow residents and their choice for queen was Esbon's own Ethyl McNabb. Congratulations Ethyl! Mark your calendars for Feb. 27 as that is the evening the Esbon Knights of Columbus have chosen for their annual pancake and sausage feed. This event will be a the Village Cafe, Esbon, starting at 5 p.m. and running until 8 p.m. Sunday Tyler Broeckelman trav- eled by plane to Boston, Mass., where Tuesday he had his third cancer treat- ment. He was joined on this trip by a friend from Dodge City. Sunday John and Lila Frost had grandsons Carter, Levi and Colin White, Belleville, at their home to en- tertain them. Ione Shipley is recovering at home as she heals from knee surgery, which she had in Salina last Wednesday. Monday, Joan Broeckelman, Eula Silsby and Lila Frost attended the paleatrina or crewel embroidery class at Hidden Treasurers in Mankato. There were six women present to learn this new craft. Saturday Barb and Ray Mizner and Lila Frost oversaw the moving of a cabinet from the senior center to the community center. Two Rock Hills high schoolers provided the muscles as a community service project. Those boys were Grant Davis and Rhys Marihugh. Helping at the job of cleaning out the senior center have been Lila Frost, By Glenna Fogo Barb Mizner and Daphne Manning. Larry McNabb arrived back in From Kim's Lenten calendar. Esbon Thursday. He had been in Mis- Beauty is vain but a woman that feared sion, Texas, where he and Ethyl have a the Lord shall be praised. winter home. He wrapped up business Sunday Brett Whetham was bitten there, took care of the Texas house by a dog while watching the playing of affairs before returning to Kansas. children in the neighborhood. A hospi- James Thummel went to his home tal emergency room trip had to be and joined his family at McLouth made. Thursdaywherehestayedalongweek- Guaranty State Banks at each of end with them as they honored special their locations gave away last week- days. end a huge Valentine shaped box of "I Come With Joy." chocolates. No guessing of anything It was Valentine's Day 2016 and it was required, just having signed up was the first Sunday of Lent. As all was all that was necessary. The lucky attendees entered the Esbon United winner at Esbon was Lila Frost. She Methodist Church they were greeted shared with those visiting the local by the smiling face ofWanda Thummel. cafe. She and Janet Kriley were the morn- Flu seems to be on the rampage ings musicians. The Gillett boys, right now. There are both types going Derreck and Jerrod, helped cousins around. Regular old time and intesti- Lily and Claire Walker in lighting and nal. Beverly Frost was one of the vic- extinguishing the altar candles. Pastor tims of the old fashioned kind. Gerry Sharp had the sermon. During Barb and Ray Mizner, Shena and the children's message he told them KenMizner, and Nick Mizner were ali "hope is not.something you just wish in Cawker last Saturday to watch the for." Janet Kriley for her special intro- first and second graders team play bas- duced Pastor Gerry and told that he ketball. Halle Mizner is on the local would be singing a solo and accompa- team and Ken is the coach of the team. nying himself on the guitar. He chose There is a second team from this area the beautiful "It Took a Miracle." Pas- with Natalie Frost as the coach of the tor then read scriptures from Exodus second group. Her son Whitley is on 34andtitledhissermon"TheChange." this team of second and third grade Moses came from Egypt. Everyone players. This past Saturday morning remembers the story. The pharaoh their games were in Mankato. thought too many boys were being Members of Perry A. Lamb Post born and was afraid of their taking over Esbon American Legion met Monday and ruling the country so he ordered night at Sam's, the American Legion that all baby boys be destroyed, and building. General business was dis- then the story of Moses being put in a cussed along with a discussion on this basket was placed in the cattails along year's Boys State representative. the water's edge and later was found Coming up the last Sunday of the and raised by the pharoah's daughter, month, which is Feb. 28, there will be Can a person be changed to suit God? a community card party, location the Yes, sometimes it can be done and can senior center, time 7 p.m. Hosts for the become someone altogether different, evening are Gayla and Greg Flavin, God has changed us. God may call us Deanna and Roger Underwood. no matter what our occupation or what Because of health concerns Chuck we are. 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Eight offices serving Kansas 800-447-7436 mortonbuitdings.com MORTON BUILDINGS" ~8012 Morton Ouildi~s, Inc. 14orton Buildit~s i~ a registered trademark of ~lorton Buildings, lnc All fights re~eeeed. A listing of 6C licenses ovailob/e ot mortonbuildings.com/liceases.asp~ REF (ODE 043. : 800-447-7436 • mortonbuildings.com the Esbon property from the Bill and Violet Baker estate and have stayed the last few winters in Kansas, where they could work with their dogs. Greg Flavin, Esbon' s rural mail car- tier, had eye surgery this week. Filling in for him as he had to take off a few days from the carrier job, was his brother, Dennis Flavin. Beverly and Dwight Frost were in Mankato last Wednesday evening to attend the annual soil conservation meeting at the Mankato Community building. Thursday at the same loca- tion they were part of the large crowd present for the delayed Valentine sup- per, which was in the Friendship Meals area. Lila Frost was in Mankato last Wednesday to attend the February Jewell County Hospital board meet- ing. The meeting was held a week early this month. • To celebrate a late birthday and Valentine's time, Glenn and Carol Fogo, Manhattan, met his mother, Glenna, at a restaurant in Mankato where they could all visit and have a meal. Bill and Kayla Frost and twin sons arrived at their Esbon home late Friday night. The Frosts, who live in Over- land Park, stayed the weekend in Esbon. Regina, Topeka, Joel, Salina, Trey and Carol, Great Bend. I lucked out again as one day this past week my neighbor and friend, Lucile Clark, shared some of the deli- cious cake she had baked. As you read this column you may think that something was not recent, but from a week or so back. Remember we had a Monday holiday, no mail, banks closed, so items were turned in early. Therefore this week has included some of last week's news. Burr OakBy Glen ys Barnes LaVon and Judy Ost traveled to Rochester, Minn., last Thursday to watch their granddaughter, Megan Stegman, play softball in an indoor tournament with the Washburn Ichabods. Megan plays left field for the Ichabods. Even though the tourna- ment was in a dome, it was not heated. With temperatures only rising to the mid 30s and 30 to 40 mph north winds, it was cold in the dome. In an effort to stay warm, the fans were seen in coats, hats, gloves and wrapped in blankets. On the way home Sunday LaVon and Judy stopped in Des Moines, Iowa, to tour West End Architectural Salvage, Several fellows met" Thursday anantique, art and repurpose business. eveningatthecommunity centerwhere Some of you may have seen their TV that night Edgar Marihugh directed a show on HGTV. The Osts met one of Bible study time. the owners, Hal, who appears in each The Esbon Knights of Columbus episode of the show. He was friendly will be serving pancakes and all that and took time from his painting project goes with them Saturday evening, Feb. to visit with them. Judy said it was 27, at the Village Cafe in Esbon, with worth their time to tour all four floors the time frame of 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. of the business that is housed in an old "Sweet Hour of Prayer." warehouse in downtown Des Moines Rod Rose, lay speaker, brought the and says they plan to return when West message Sunday to the congregation End opens their second store in the fall. of the Esbon United Methodist Church. John Tucker celebrated another WandaThummel was the greeter along birthda), by buying coffee and serving with serving as a musician with Janet cookies to the morning coffee crowd at Kriley. The Walker sisters with the the local cafe Friday. help of their cousins, the Gillett broth- ers, served as acolytes. The boys later were ushers. This being the second Sunday of lent, lay speaker Rod read a paper on the reasons for Lent. An- nouncements were made. There are many meals and benefits planned for the remainder of February. Rod spoke to the children. He said "when Jesus comes we need to have our house in order." Janet's special was called "the Black Dot." In life we have a tendency to look at circumstances that fall in the black dot category rather than thinking of the white area around it, which would be for the good things of life. Rod chose scriptures from Luke 3 and had "What can we do?" as his sermon title. John the Baptist said "Come forth with repentance." John also said to others "I can baptize you with water, but only "He" can baptize you with the holy spirit." No matter where you are tell of God's work. Guests were Caden Slate and Rita Rose. Prayers were lifted for lone Shipley and any others who are having health problems. Fellowship followed. Saturday was such a beautiful day and if you looked around a bit you would see children on the swings, oth- ers riding their bicycles, enjoying their four wheelers, the Gator or even walk- ing. All taking advantage of a glorious Saturday in February. Staying all or part of the past week- end with Ted and Wanda Thummel were some of their family. There was James who lives here and McLouth, Casey Jeffery, son of Gale Jeffery, has been hired as the new city mainte- nance man for Burr Oak. This week Casey has been taking down the light poles at the former football field. Hudson Tucker, Concordia, was a weekend visitor of his grandparents, Cody and Renita Volker, and aunts, Mattie and Bella. Sunday they returned Hudson to his parents and attended a birthday party for Lane Ranstead, son of Cortney Kuhlmann, Mankato. Doug and Wanda Frasier were Sat- urday evening visitors of Josh, Amanda, Luke and Emma Frasier, Hastings. Doug and Wanda took in supper, visited and played with grand- children Luke and Emma. Grandma Wanda was delighted when while talk- ing to Emma she got her first real smile from her granddaughter. Rebecca Beale, Graham, Texas, daughter of Bradley Beale, was re- cently chosen as champion in the Kids Baking Championship on the Food Network. Bradley is a Burr Oak native, graduating with the Burr Oak High School Class of 1977, and son of the late Jay and Barbara Beale. Kasey Ord, rural Guide Rock, and Danea Buschkoetter, Beloit, stopped by the home ofCliffand Glenny Barnes Saturday morning. Kasey and Danea were on their way to Kansas City to attend a professional bull riders'event. The Burr Oak Christian Church congretation grew to 20 On Sunday for services. Regular attendees were happy to have five youngsters join Richard Cox for the children's church part of the service. Andrew and Claire Babson, Mason, Max and Morgan McMains quietly paid attention as Richard talked to them about God wanting to see the joy in our faces and others when we talk about Jesus. For the adults, Richard's message was entitled "The • Attitude of Worship." His selected scripture reading was Psalm 27: I-4. Life is all about perspectives. How we view and react to situations, in other words, our attitude is everything. Our choice of attitudes affects how we worship. We should make a commit- ment to a personal relationship with Jesus. We need to discipline our minds as we worship and have a daily dwell-~ ing in His presence. Even routine things can be a worship of God. We are meant to worship God with others. Our wor- ship should be given willingly and last for the duration of our lives. We need to have an unquenchable desire to dwell in God's house and to see His glory. Keron Bailey, Guide Rock, Chris and Sue Meline, Steffen Barnes and Austin Manchanthasouk, Red Cloud, and Cliff and Glenny Barnes had lunch together at a Red Cloud restaurant Sun- day to celebrate Keron and Glenny's birthdays. The pancake and sausage supper at the Burr Oak Community Center Sun- day evening was well attended. The weather was perfect for those who got out to attend. The free will offering came to a little more than $600 and will be used for future events sponsored by the Burr Oak Community Club. Mem- bers helping S unday evening were Bob Hines, Mary Foley, Cheryl Hillman, Walt and Peggy Wilson, Cliff and Glenny Barnes. The next event spon- sored by the club will be their annual baked potato, salad and dessert supper on March 20. Gleuny Barnes celebrated her 75th birthday Monday and took coffee cake and bought the morning beverages for the usual crowd at the local cafe. David Belden has been moved from the hospital back to a new room where he and Alice are staying. Anyone who would like to send them a card can get the address at either the Guaranty State Bank or Country C afe in Burr Oak. It is reported that David is weak but doing well otherwise. Mankato By Elaine Thomas Harmony United Methodist service began Sunday morning with welcome and announcements presented by Nikki Ost. Acolyte was Myka Fuller, accom- panied by her mother, Sara. The Har- mony bell ringers, directed by Pat Grout, presented the prelude, "He Hideth My Soul in the Haven of Rest." Pastor Gerry Sharp presented the children's message focus of God's goodness, visible in the sky as in the sun, clouds, sunsets and sunrises, moon and stars. Each child was given a star as a reminder. The chancel choir, with director Pat Grout and accompanied by Lyle Dauner, presffrited "He Lifted Me." In memory of Katherine•Grimes, the bell choir performed an offertory piece, "Seek Ye First." Scripture came from Psalm 27 which speaks of the Lord being our stronghold and that we need not have fear. The sermon elabo- rated on the Lord's presence in the form of light, shelter, salvation and hope. 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God calls even the children to seek His will. In teaching our children to seek Him, they will more easily understand the guidance of His will. This week's calendar in- cludes: Sat, Feb. 27 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. K of C pancakes in Esbon; Sun., Feb. 28, Lenten study at Jewell Trinity UMC. Have a blessed week and remember to seek God's calling for you and in- struct your children to do the same! Susan Abel-Diehl hosted a birth- day party Saturday for her two year old great-grandtwins, Jace and Jaelynn Jeffery, Smith Center. Attending were their parents, J.T. and Jessica Jeffery; Marty and Elizabeth Jeffery, Northbranch; Sarah Nichols, Kileen, Texas; Chuck and Rose Barnett, Kenny and Grace Cochran, all of Salina. Mark and Becky Butts were week- end guests of Audrey Diamond. They went to Jewell Saturday to help his father, Gene Butts, celebrate his 90th birthday. Funeral was held Monday at the Methodist Church for Walt Holdren, who died last Wednesday at the hospi- tal in Beloit. LeR0y Eaton had the misfortune to fall on the ice last week and broke his leg which required surgery in Hastings. He is recuperating at home. Ike Rightmeier died at Jewell County Hospital and was cremated. Services will be held at a later date. Joan Broeckelman, Esbon, and Doris Alexander were in Concordia Saturday to attend the Cloud County Community College basketball game against Garden City. Their granddaugh- ters, Kaley Broeckelman and Erin Alexander, are members of the CCCC team who came away with the win, 82- 54. Frank and Nadine Railsback re- ceived word Monday afternoon that his brother, John, who lives at Olathe, had died. They left for Olathe Tuesday morning. Alice Kinsey accompanied Butch and Betty Thompson to Pratt where they visited their children and attended several events of the grandchildren. Micah Swank was injured in the Em- poria college basketball game and will be out of play for awhile. Ryleigh and Brenley McCary en- tertained their great-grandma, Elaine Thomas, several days this week. Panorama By Fawna Barrett The day was sunny and warm. Six rooster pheasants, sporting their bright colored feathers decided it was a great day for a stroll.., on the highway. Not wanting to hit them causing a sea of feathers, this driver slowed down, way down, as they ambled along. After a bit, the noise of the car chased some to the side of the road seeking shelter in the ditch. However, one rooster was determined to walk the blacktop, so he led me along the way ... at almost zero miles per hour. Since there was no deadline and no other traffic, he could own the highway for a bit. Suddenly, he must have heard directions from the rest of the flock and took to the air to settle in a field safely out of danger. That many male pheas- ants together is an unusual sight. Progesslve Study Club convenes at Randall Libra GFWC Progressive Study Club met last Tuesday at the Randall Library. Fawna Barrett, president, did a book review on The Cat Who Blew the Whistle, by Lilian Braun. Ko Ko, a Siamese cat seemed to sense where a body was located and who had com- mitted murder after a financial com- pany was seized by the government. A restored steam engine pulled a party train to start the saga. Karen Matteson read a motivational letter from the Babs Condon, Interna- tional GFWC president. Roll call was answered with good reasons for need- ing a library. A short business meeting was held. The next meeting was changed to the second Thursday in March. Lunch was at the One Stop Shop, compliments of Nevada Vetter. Young Abigail Pumphrey was a welcome guest. "Take the course opposite to custom and you will a.lmost always do well." Jean-Jacques Rousseau Randall By Fawna Barrett A crew of five men started erecting the new community center building last Monday afternoon. By Friday evening, the major part of the work was done. The exterior should be fin- ished this week. The Randall Church Board met Sunday afternoon and planned several improvements to the church. Also, they planned the menu for March 13 when they host the members of the Christian Church in Jewell with a joint board meeting to follow the noon meal. Dennis and Debbie Galoway stayed the weekend of Feb. 12-14, with her mother, Leota Clawson. Jay and Vicky Mahin visited them Sunday. David McMillan was a Saturday and overnight guest of his parents Alan and Barbara McMillan. Monday until Friday, Marti McElroy visited her daughter, Keri Barber, and Monte Burchett in Black Hawk, S.D. Elaine Peters and Nevada Vetter" attended a Bold Women's Day at the Trinity Lutheran Church in McPherson Saturday. They visited Nevada's nephew and niece, Don and Crenda Muir, and later visited Nevada's brother-in-law, Jim Pascal, Lindsborg. Abigail Pumphrey visited Elaine Peters last Tuesday. Friday, Julie and Frank Bolte, Jocelyn and Raelyn; Kinley and Andy Cooper, Lauren and Breunan Flavin visited Ila McElroy, Sunday afternoon visitors were ]ackie and Kade Cooper and family and Jaren Flavin. Julie Bolte popped in for a little bit. Saturday afternoon, Fawna Barrett called on Betty Barrett in Concordia. Betty is doing well. JEWELL COUNTY, KANSAS TREASURER'S QUARTERLY REPORT AS OF JANUARY 31, 2016 Total Cash in Treasury FUNDS I General ............................................................................... $1,254,595.14 Road and Bridge ................................................................... 2,163,508.04 Equipment Reserve ................................................................. 154,607.09 Special Highway ........................................................................ 97,256.85 Special Road Equipment ......................................................... 195,541.19 Special Bridge .......................................................................... 102,306.53 Reg. Deeds Technology .............................................................. 7,710.45 Public Health ............................................................................ 190,624.26 Noxious Weed .......................................................................... 120,906.92 Public Health Cap Outlay ........................................................... 70,724.63 Ambulance Equipment ............................................................... 43,967.98 Ambulance Spec Equip .............................................................. 13,754.15 Ambulance ............................................................................... 225,427.20 Appraiser .................................................................................. 124,118.54 Employee Benefits ................................................................ 1,317,674.56 Solid Waste .............................................................................. 167,596.66 Vending Machine ............................................................................ 386.38 Game ................................................................................................ 26.50 PATF ............................................................................................ 2,873.12 Real Estate Redemp .................................................................. 48,613.91 Delinquent Personal ..................................................................... 2,880.62 Undistributed Tax ..................................................................... 144,716.50 Bankruptcy ................................................................................... 1,006.85 RV Tax ............................................................................................ 334.77 - CMV-tn Lieu Of ................................................................................ 423.32 Safe Program .................................................................................. 667.45 MV Tax ....................................................................................... 14,746.05 Special Treasurer ....................................................................... 35,389.85 Drivers License ................................................................................. 81.00 Vehicle Sales Tax ...................................................................... 21,502.90 Special Law ................................................................................ 11,017.76 Jewell Co. 911 ......................................................................... 149,238.19 911 ............................................................................................. 26,968.32 Clerk Tech Fund .......................................................................... 1,226.50 Treas. Tech Fund ......................................................................... 1,226.50 E-911 ......................................................................................... 50,535.19 LEPC ............................................................................................ 1,216.50 Unclaimed Estates ....................................................................... 8,105.19 Prtl Pmt Prior Year RE Tax .......................................................... 4,770.44 TOWNSHIPS Allen ................................................................................... i ......... 2,290.00 Athens .......................................................................................... 1,473.16 Brownscreek ................................................................................... 629.44 Buffalo .......................................................................................... 1,015.46 Calvin .............................................................................................. 557.29 Erring ........................................................................................... 2,030.90 Highland ....................................................................................... 3,219.72 Ionia ................................................................................................ 890•27 Montana .......................................................................................... 310.57 Odessa ............................................................................................ 921.02 Prairie ........................................................................................... 1,234.00 FIRE DISTRICTS Hardy ........................................................................................... 4,806.39 TOTAL ................................................................................ $6,797.652.22 I do solemnly swear that the above statement is complete, true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me God. Brenda Eakins County Treasurer, Jewell County, Kansas Subscribed and swom to before me this Carla J. Waugh County Clerk - Notary Public My commission expires 1-9-2017 19th day of February, 2016. ? i % :?