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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 1,2010 MII Public Notices (First published April 1, 2010. in the Jewell Count. Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Marlene Zieger, deceased Case No. 2010-PR-05 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 Karen Dexter. as the sister and one of the heirs at law of Marlene Zieger, deceased, praying for the determina- tion of descent Of the following de- scribed real estate in Jewell County, Kansas, to-wit: An undivided one-half interest in and to: Northeast Quarter (NEI/4) of Section Fourteen ( 14), Townshi p Five (5), Range Nine (9) West of the 6 a' P.M., Jewell County, Kansas, and all other property in Kansas, real and personal, or interests therein, owned by the decedent at the time of her death. You are hereby required to file your written defenses to such peti- tion on or before the 26th day of April, 2010, at 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day, in said court, in the City of Mankato, In Jewell County, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon such petition. Karen Dexter. petitioner Darrell E. Miller P.O. Box 344 Mankato, Ken. 66956 785-378-3128 Attoruey I)r [edtioner 13-3c f Published April I. 20/0. in the Jeu,ell County Record) Notice of Finding of existing fire station on vacant lots: possible fill dirt will be added to the site; addition will be a metal building with a concrete entrance and floor Project Location: 202 E Jefferson St., Mankato. Kansas Estimated HUD/CDBG Funds: $300,000 Estimated Total Project Cost: $517,186 Finding of No Significant Impact The City of Mankato has deter- mined that the project will have no significant impact on the human envi- ronment. Therefore, an Environmen- tal Impact Statement under the Na- tional Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required. Addi- tional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the City Hall at 217 South High Street,Mankato, KS 66956 by contacting the city administrator and may be examined or copied week- days 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Public Comments Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to th dCi ty ofMankato City Coun- cil or City Administrator at the address above. All comments received ny April 16, 2010 will be considered by the City of Mankato prior to authorizing sub- mission :)f a request for release of funds. Co:nments should specil" 3 which Notice they are addressing. Release of Funds The City of Mankato certifies to the State of Kansas that Donald Koester in his capacity as mayor consent to ac- cept thej uri sdicti on of the federal courts if an action is brought to enforce re- sponsibilities in relation to the envi- ronmental review process andthat these responsibilities have been satisfied. The State of Kansas's approwfl of the certificatnon satisfies its responsibili- ties un der NEPA and related laws and authornies and allows the city of Man- kate to use HUD/CDBG program No Significafit Impact funds. Nutice of Intent to Request Objections to Release el' Funds Release of Funds On or after April 17.2010, the City of Mankato wi II submit a request to the State of Kansas for the release of fed- eral funds from the Community De- velopment Block Grant program un- der Title I of the Housing and Commu- nity Development Act of 1974. as amended (PL 93-383) to undertake the following project: Project Number: 09-ST-902 Project Name: CDBG Fire Station Pr?ject Project Type: Construct addition to Pay.e Bobcat W6rks • Pasture tree clearing • Post hole drilling • General dirt or lot work .. *.,Snow,removal . Rodney Payne, 785-545.5141 Brent Beck, 785-545-5427 , i i "" I have had a shoukler out of place for two years and it is much better now With treatments from John." Delwn Tyler Chiropractic John Tyler, D.C. 201 N. Commercial • Ma.nkato. Kan Hours Monday thru Friday • 9 a.m. - 6p.m. 785-648-0080 Call Anytime! i The State of Kansas will accep! objections to its release of funds and the grantee certifications for a period of fifieen days following the anuci- pared submission date or its actual re- ceipt of the request (whichever i s later) only iftht y are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not ex- ecuted by the Certifying Officer of the grantee: (by the grantee has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding rcqui,'ed by HUD regulaticms tit 24 CFR Part 58: Icy the grant recipi- enl or other participants in the devel- opment process have committed funds. incurred costs or undertaken activities not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by the State of Kansas: or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant Io 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written I'inding thai the project is unsatisfac- tory from the standpoint of environ- mental quality. Objections to the re- lease of lunds nmst be. prepared and subrnitted in accordance with the re- quired pIocedures {24 CFR Part 58. Sec. 58.76 and shall he addressed to the Kansas Department of Commerce. CDBG program, 1000 S.W. Jackson Street, Suite 100, Topeka. KS 66612. Potential objectors should contact Commerce to verify the actual last day of the objection period. Donald Koegter, Mayor City of Mankato P.O. Box 2 Mankato. Kan. 66956 Students jump rope for heart 12-1c The Rock Hills K through 8th classes wrapped up their Jump Rope fbr Heart event last Thursday. The students in the elelnentary and middle school classes had been working on new jump rope techniques and stunts in their physical education classes. They also had been "hitting the streets" collecting donations for the American Heart Association. The students collected $3.138 dur- ing the three week event! Matt Hesting and the Rock Hills Schools appreciate the students and their parents who helped collect the money, especially the students for working hard during the Jump for Heart event Following is a breakdown of each class and the top donation collec- tor. Kindergarten, $671. with Jacob Barry the top collector: first grade, $262.50, Mason Higer; second grade, $291. Jaclyn Yelken: third grade, $125, Jalen Basart: fourth grade. $730. Cynthia Vaughan; fifth grade: $767.50. Jarrett Yelken: sixth grade. $172.25. Grant Davis: seventh grade, $114,Mary McMichael: eighth grade, $5. Emma Menhusen. I Mankato The celebration of Palm Sunday at Harmony United Methodist, Church began with the reading of Luke 19:28 through 40. Then the Chancel Choir waved pahn branches and sang "Ho- sanna. Loud Hosanna" with the con- gregation. The Hand bell Choir rang "The Wondrous Cross." directed by Pat Grout. The Chancel Choir sang the anthem "Savior. Like a Shepherd Lead Us." directed r)y Pat Grout. accompa- nied by Lyle Dauner. Pastor Tessa Zerhing read Isaiah 50:4 through 9 and excerpts from Luke 22:14 through 23:56 on which she based her sermon. "The Gift of Grace." At the conclusion of the service, the furnishings of the altar were removed as a symbol t)four morning of the passion and death of Jesus on Good Friday. Joann Davis was pianist, acolyte was Drew Beam. Weekend visitors of Ralph Hoottm in celebration of his 80th birthda} were: Bonnie Hamilton. Rick and Sheila Dia- mond. Derek. Ashley and Dayne Clark. Chuck and Sand) Foster. Dodge City, Brett, Megan. Braden and Ryese Ebert. Wamego, Harold and Donna Hooton. Amber and Royale Brown. Ulysses, Nicolette. Byron and Jacks(m Zeigler, Wamego .... : ...... Recently Shmro n +Walton spent,a week with her daughter and family, Carrie and Mark Burger, Madison and ]"It was easier than I thought." Early detection can save your life. Routine screening and prompt treatment can reduce deaths from breast and cervical cancer. Early detection works. 1 call to see if you qualify for o free screening I Toll Free: works 1-877-277-1368 , www preventionworkskonsas.com ] A messoge from the Kansas Deoarmbnt o[ Heohh aria Enwronmer" nd Susan G. Komen for Ihe Cure, Meat Processing for Less NO EXTRA CHARGE for: Grinding Hamburger, Sausage or Pork Burger Tenderizing Round Steak Making Minute Steak • We also Double Wrap Meat for longer freezer freshness (once in poly freezer film and once in paper) • We will make Lunch Meat from your beef or pork • All Hams, Bacons and Lunchmeats are made with our prize winning recipes and cooked in our country-style Hickory Smokehouse • Locker Rentals available for overflow • Lard Rendering • Slaughtering by Appointment • We Double Grind all Hamburger • Beef and Pork by sides and quarters available from locally fed animals • Full line of meat available by the package i i iiii Home Fed Beef Sides ..,, ................... Pork Sides .................................. .o . .. (includes cutting & wrapping) s2.10 S1,39 Duis Meat Processing 785-243-7850 1991 E. Sixth Concordia i i The Rock Hills Elementary and Middle School participated in the American Heart Association's Jump Rope For The Heart campaign, Thursday me rnm( at the Middle School gym. Evie Myers and Caden Slate jump two ropes going at the same time. Holding the ropes for these two students were Matt Hesting Lainee Eakins, Amy McDiil. and Hannah Daniels. More than $3000 was raised by the students and each grade took turns jumping rope, most of the mornm( Thursday. Matt Hesting, Rock Hills Physical Education teacher, was In charge of this event. Sara, in Boaz, Ala. Returning to the Kansas City airport, she met her brother. Warren McElro. who li yes in Lakewood. Calif. Warren and Sharon returned to Mankato together. Warren visited with his mother. Berneita McElroy, for a week. The annual Mankato Easter Egg Hunt will be Saturday, 1 pan. at the courthouse grounds. The Jewell County Hospital Long Term Care Unit will hold an Easter egg hunt at 3 pan, Friday at the hospital. Work is progressing on the remod- eling of the concession stand at the football field. Breanna Webb corn peted last week- end in the 49th Kansas Junior Miss Contest held at Belleville: She was one of seven candidates. Katherine Voo. Johnson Courlty, was selected as the Kansas Junior Miss Dr John Tyler has his chiropractic office all remodeled to suit lain practice and recently zt sign was posted on the door. He is now officially open. Another bu,siness that has completed some interior remodeling is the Flower Patch. Owner Louann Harris and em- ployee Renita Volker did most of/he remodeling .with the help of friends and relatives. Mac's Quik Stop is adding to the customer parking area Concrete will soon be placed in an area northeast of the building. The new sidewalk in front of the Hidden Treasurers Quilt Show build- ing to the office of Paul Wilson. CPA, is finished. It is a nice improvement on Commercial Street. The Victorian housc of JelTy and Alice Kinney on South High is having exterior work done, adding sMing that compliments such a period house. Burr Oak It was the fifth Sunday in Lent, P',tlm Sunday, at the United Methodist Church and Pastor Dan Dempsey gave everyone presenl a pahn branch. The Lenten moinenl was given by Alice Belden. The symbols placed under the rugged wooden cross were dice. sponge, several pieces of silver, rock and a huge spike nail. The el'OWl] el: thorns was placed on the cross. The messaee was "We would like to see Jesus." The pastor said on Pahn Sun- day, just a week before Easter and the crucifixion on Friday, everyone wanted to see Jesus. It wa 4 all ,t big cclehration with thousands of people in attendance. The closing hynnt was "'All Hail the Power of Jesus Name." A time o( fel- hwslaip followed. A meeting was held at the COlnmu- mty cemer on Thursday eventng. At- tendine vele Peggy, Wilson. Cheryl Hillmzn. ,John and Sue Tucker. Gloria Sc hlaefli, Ga) l ;,Hayens,, .pb Ij 0es, Jerry Harris, Edi..!a Ayers,.i}(!)dGayiaa Schoe'nrock. It"ig ' decided'(o'haVe a card party with finger foods on Apri 16 t:rom 7 to 10 p.m. at the community. center. Everyone is welco,ne to attend Also discussed was the possibility of having a mother-daughter salad sup- per if there was enough interest. Dis- cussJon was also held concerning lla,,- ip, g nme kind eta 4th of July celebra- tion. Cliff and Glennv Barnes wenl to Red Cloud on Thursday evening to attend a music concert put on by the Red Cloud High School junior high and high school students. Their grand- daughter, Corie Barnes is a me tuber of the high school choil I. JessicaBarnes took JUdv Miller and Cheryl Hilhnan to Belleville on Friday evening where they had supper then went to the Republic County Hospital to meel their new great-granddaugh- ter. Kylie Ann Hilhnan. Kylie is the daughter of Christopher Hilhnan and Are you the picture of health? "You might took an@ feel fine, but you need to get the inside story. Colorectal cancer s one cancer you can prevent." Katie Couric, Co.Founder EtF's National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance If you're over 50, get screened. 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636) wWw.cde.gov/screenforlife %,,,.,,2ข ...................... ;,,, v%...o..,o., ...... ,, ..... ,,,:;,:L=,,&o=t, g22,," KANSAS control & prevention www.cancerkansas.org - 1-800-4-CANCER (1-800-422-6237) i Con g ratu lations ! Bryce Shoemaker :::;:::.: State Champion Freshman Wrestler at Baldwin, Kan. High School • 335 Points For Season • Season Record 42 - 4 • Broke one state record • Broke two school records • Broke most team points record with 316 points Son of Dennis and Melinda Shoemaker Grandson of Sheila Shoemaker, Mankato, Kan. and the late Bob Shoemaker Grandson of John and Judy Murphy of Gorham, Kan. Great Grandson of Dean Buster, Mankato, Kan. grandson of Shane and Kristi Hilhnan of Mankato. Jalni. Jasmin and Waude Underwood helped set up for the fam- ily fun night at the Former armory in Mankato Friday evening. On Saturday night, Quentin. Jami and Waudc helped with the games at the Jewell County -- H Fun Night. Jami reports there was a good tnrn t)lll for the event. Luke 19:28 througla 4() was Rich- ard Cox's selected scripture for his lnessage entitled "'Christ the Celebrity Superstar" at the Christian Church on Sunday. Many of the people regarded Jesus as some kind eta celebrity rather than recogmzing hirn as the Christ. But Jesus was not interestediltho gtilt'er,:: ::'and glamour but i-ather in grace, giving and goodness. The story m F Jesus does not end with the triumphal entry ()r Ihe cross or the tolnb or the resurl-eCtl.Oi/ but continues even today. Wc are ei- t!1er a spectator in his life and doalh or we are a stake ho der. Sunday lunch guests of Cheryl Hi!lman were Cody, Renita. Mattie and Isabella Volker. Gabriel O'Connor. Shane and Kristi Hilhnan. Mankato. Judy Miller. Ranae and Katie Jacobs. Midge Oliver attended a wedding shower llonoring her great-niece, Crys- tal Benin in Superior on Sunday after- IqOOI]. Cliff and Glcnny Barnes attended the Easter cantata "Tin e Risen Lord" al the Red Cloud Opera House on Sun- day afternoon. Their daughter. Diana Ord, sang with the choir and also signed some of the songs. Son-in-law, Jeff Ord. portray ed Jesus in the cantata. Diana Ord: Guide Rock. accompa- nied her parcnts Cliff" and Glenny Barnes. to Saline on Wednesday for Cliff's doclor'- appoin.uncnl. Reserwttions are now being taken for the 2010 Burr Oak and White Rock Alumni Banqucl which will be held at the Burr Oak Comnmnity Center on May 29. with the inoal beginnnag at 6 pro. For more information, contact Cheryl Hillman. Easter Sunrise Services will be held al 7 a.m. on the hill south and west of Burr Oak [f the weather is bad. the service will be at the Christian Church. 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