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SCHENDEL IIII Public Notices (First pu'blished July 11, 2013", in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of John W. Russell, deceased Case 2013-PR-16 Notice of Hearing on Petition for Probate of Will and Notice to Creditors The State of Kansas to all persons Sarena Meier, 14, has spent her practice session with stretches followed ~,ttheMissouriVaileyAssociation summer conditioning for one big race, by what the girls call two granny laps Championships held in Olathe, Sarena the USA National Junior Olympic to cool down. Smith does not concen- .placed first in both the 3000m run and Track and Field Championships to be trate and does not want the girls to the 4xg00m relay which qualified her held July 22 through July 28 at North concentrate on how fast they can run for the Region 9 track meet which was Carolina A&T State University in = but concentration is given to endur- held in St. Louis, Mo.,andconsistedof Greensboro, N.C. trice. On these two days, Sarena has a girls from Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkan- Shortly after school was over in noonlanchofpastabecauseithelpsby sas, Missouri. The 1500mnmwasnot the City of Mankato, Kan., at which held in Wichita. Also part of the Kan- time and place said cause will be heard, sas Flyers staff is assistant coach Rick Should you fail, judgment and decree Haden and Dr. Richard Bradbury, the will be entered in due course upon said team's physician. petition. The Kansas Flyers condition for the All creditors are notified to exhibit month of June with the ultimate goal theirdemandsagainstthisestatewithin the nationals that are held the third four (4) months from the date of the week in July. The track team does not first publication of this notice as pro- participate in track meets throughout vided by law, or be forever barred. Paul Allen Russell, petitioner Attest: John L. Bingham (Seal) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer-Phillips Law Office P.O. Box 303 Mankato, Kansas 66956-0303 Phone:(785) 378-3172 Fax:(785) 378-3203 Attorneys for Petitioner ZNEZ28-3c concerned: - May, Sarena was contacted by Robert giving her extra protein to burn up. completed because a series of severe You are hereby notified that on July Smith, Mirmeapolis, who coaches girls "The worst part of the practice is thunderstorms that stopped the race, 9, 2013, a petition was filed in said ages 12 through 18 from across the being tired and the long ride home~ but because Sarena was signed up and, court by Paul Allen Russell, named as state of Kansas to participate in long said Sarena. present to compete in the 1500m she executor in the will, asking for the distance running. Smith has ,been \ Every other day of the week Sarena automatically advanced on to St. Louis admission to probate of the will of coaching the Kansas Flyers track club, can be seen running in the evening in this competition. John W. Russell, dated May 6, 2002, for 24 years. To be a member of the around town. She started out running At the Region 9 Junior Olympic which will is filed with said petition, team you' must be invited. Sarena's two miles for a week and then was Track and Field Championship met and for the appointment of Paul Allen name was given to Smith by Mark moved up to the two and a half miles held July 11 through July 14, Sarena Russellasexecutorofsaidwill;andfor Fleming, Formoso, who had watched where she stayed until she competed at placed fwst in the 3000m run and was other relief; and you are required to file Sarena run at the Rock Hills Junior Olathe, then the three mile run until once again a member of the 4xS00m your written defenses thereto on or High track meets. Fleming and Smith competition at St. Louis; and now this relay team that also placed first. She before Aug. 2, 2013, at 10:00 a.m., of are well acquainted as both are timers~ weekth~fourmilerun leading intothe finished third in the 1500m run which said day, in the district court room, in for the high school state track meet national meet. Each of these runs are qualified her for all three competitions set up by her coach. He tells her which at the national meet. run he wants her working on. The pace At the competitions Sarena will be shepracticesatMinneapolisisthepace running in the same heats with the 18 she is to keep when she runs at home in year olds. Mankato. "When I run I have no idea who my Discipline is important in distance competition is. We all start at the same races. Listening for her coach, Sarena timeand whenit is over we aretold you has learned he wants 18 to 20 second finished in what position in your age 100' s, 400m in such time and ffhe says group," said Sarena. the month of June. All the time is spent he wants it in 67 seconds he wants you After ompeting at the Olathe meet, : S a' b-gi one of the girls from conditioning for competition at the to turn in 67 seconds, if 80 seconds he there thatwas running at St. Louis in Missouri Valley Association Champi- wants 80 seconds. unship, then the Region 9 meet and AccordingtoSarena, Smithl~lieves her age group. Sarena has been the ultimately nationals .... if you switch it up on the distances, ~ iYi~,ach4im.e. To get to this point, Sarena has had your muscles don't get trained to run :i ~vea7 ooacn is different, has his tolearn tube very disciplined. Monday One distance each time." Own techniques and practices that he and Thursday nights the family makes "If you give 100 percent at practice follows. Smith does not want the girls thetrektoMinneapoliswheretheteam, you are giving to much," Smith tells lifting any weights what so ever. Sarena consisting of up to 20 girls, practice the girls. They are never to run for does not know what hertimes were for from 6:30 p.m. to l0:30 p.m. Tostart, fastest time during practices. They are her compefitions but her dad does. At practices consisted of four 300 meter to save that for the meets and they theOla~emeet, Sarenaran the 3000m runs, two 600 meter runs and eight 400 never are to run when h,,u~t" or injur~: in 12i36,Xelaywas l l :36. At St. Louis, . meter runs, and then finished up the Smithisbigonpace, Hewantsyou Sarena~rantheJ000min 12:09, 1500m to practice that particular distance at in 5..'29 ~d.running the third leg of the the same pace all the time, so when you relay the team finished in 11:12. get to the competition you are already Smith also wants the girls through- preparedtorunyourrace," said Sarena. out the week to train with regular run- ning shoes. For competitions the girls Mason Higer started on the mound for the Rock Hills last home game of the season against Waconda. are to wear a running shoe that has spikes, Sarena chose a Nike shoe for her own personal competition shoe but the shoes do not match her Kansas Flyers uniform. What is Sarena's favor run, "I still like the 100 that I ran in junior high, and then the next would be 3000m. I have durability to go longer that the other runners because I have been able to pace myself. When the other runners are slowing down, I can continue to run at a steady pace. In the 1500m, you have to run all out. "Distance running is not like most other sports, everyone is cheering for whoever is running. You don't even know them and they are cheering you on. Everyone encourages everyone else ~1~ ~,Ak, and tells everyone good job. Seems like long distance runners are more Sarena Meier, a member of thesupportive.Ihavemadeseveralfriends Kansas "t~iyers t~ck club, displays on our team," said Sarena. her medals won in the two meets she "Running keeps you fit andhealthy. competed in in the last two weeks. Maybe there will be a future for me July 22-28 she will compete at the down the road in running, a scholar- USA National Junior Olympic Track ship maybe," said Sarena. and Field Championships at North Pee Wees during their Carolina State University in Greens- This newspaper available on.the bore. Sarena qualified in all three of interact at the events she entered, -Jewell welcomes you to the County Threshing Bee! Saturday & Sunday July 20 & 21 Midway Co.op Burr Oak, Kan. 785-647-6661 Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3116 Midway Co.op Service Station . Mankato, Kan. * 785-378-3233 Welcome to the 36th Annual Antique Farm Machinery Show and Threshing Bee Saturday-Sunday July 20 - 21 In the Mankato City Park 9 205 West South, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3945 1-888-378-3945 (outside Mankato) Welcome to the 36th Annual Threshing Bee II and Antique Farm Machinery Show II Saturday'Sunday' July20-21 [I Food Stands, Free Entertainment, Exhibits and Much, Much More! "O - I[ Farmers Union Insurance l/ Jason ortman - Agent, Mary Rei!er- Office Manager 1] 117 E. Jefferson, Mankato, Kan. 785-378-3212 Welcome to the 36th Annual Jewell County Antique Machinery & Threshing Bee Thummel Real Estate:i&Auction LLC Beloit & Gonc d[a;. Nan. 785-738-0067 or785'738-5933 I !+ Welcome to the Jewell County Threshing Bee j , Saturday & Sunday ' L I July 20 &21 SO MUCH TO SEE, SO MUCH TO DO, SO MUCH TO ENJOY! . Jewell County Hospital LTC 785-378-3137 Jewell County Rural Health Clinic 785-378-3511 Welcome to the Jewell County Threshing Bee and Antique Farm Machinery Show Saturday-Sunday, July 20-21 Come join us for a great time I:lzens Max E. Burks andJosh Burks at,= A!;lel cy. 109 N. Columbus, Jewell, Kan., ?69?9 785-428-3644 - ,~ 7:.. -j ~ ..... Hooley Alcorn drives his Oliver tractor, pulling the 10 foot McCormick Deering grain binder during wheat harvest this year. The binder originally was purchased by Mal Decker, father of Jim E. Decker and brother Roger Decker. Later the grain binder was stored in a shed and the Deckers replaced it with a Massey Harris clipper combine. Jim R. Decker ga~e the binder to the Jewell County Historical Society. New canvasses where found for the binder in Lewistown, Pa. This is the first year for the crew to use this binder. One piece on the bottom of a guide had to be straighened before harvest. After the crew finished harvesting they learned how to hold the string down further. Kaytlyn Rice, Jewell, was one of four girls from Salina District UMW chosen for the Mission Education Tour to Chicago and many points of inter- est in Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. Kaytlyn Rice reports on her MET tour Kaytlyn Rice reported on her ad- ventures on Mission Education Tour at the Trinity UMW meeting last Thurs- day morning. The group traveled to Epworth Village, a home for boys in keeping onions is to allow the tops to York, Neb, made stops in Des Moines dry completely before storage. Move and Davenport, Iowa, to look at corn- ' onions to a shaded, well ventilated area munity projects and spent some timein after harvest. Onions should be stored Chicago. They toured community gar- in loose baskets or crates or in mesh dens and centers, helped clean achurch bags so air can circulate through them. and plantedflowers for spots of beauty. After the tops are dry, cut them, trim ChicagoTemple, alargebuilding hous- the roots, and store in a cool dry loca- ing Methodist churches and offices on tion. Onions ~ be kept from 32 to four of the floors plus a worship site on 40 degrees in a low humidity (75 per- the top floor, was another stop. The trip cent or less) for best results. A cool, dry also included some fun things as well. On the return to Kansas, they stopped basement is good if available. One in St. Louis at a homeless shelter, in other tip, because the bulbs are more succulent the milder and sweeter the Kansas City and St. Joseph. One place onion the less time it will keep. Mild they boxed food for the homeless. Miss onions may keep two to four months, Rice hopes to go on the tour next year as it was exciting to do mission work. more pungent onions can keep all win- Guests were her grandmother Jan ter under the right conditions, so use Woerster, Jackie Navarre and Mat- your milder onions first. My lawn is more weeds than grass, thew Rice, who aided his sister with I think I will replant, When is a good the computer presentation, time? Sally Engel presented a gift to If you are planting or replanting a Kaytlyn and conducted the business rescue lawn now is the time to start meeting. Four prayer quilts have been given preparations. If you are planting a warm season lawn, buffalo, Bermuda, orzoy- since last meeting. A thank you note sia other than controlling weeds wait was read from Patsy Meggelson. until next year. Becky Loomis, program resources For fescue, eradicate old grass and representative, read the missionary weeds, killingthelawnwithglyphosate birthdays and a note from a Korean (Round-up) is usually the quickest, Missionary. She reviewed the Max Lacudo book "Out Live Your Life." most effective way. Then take soil samples for testing. We have the soil CindyTramppwillbethe.hoste:s. sin probe and bags at the office and will THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 5B ~end it to the foil testing laboratory for you. It is important to do this early so nutrients can be incorporated in'Au- gust when you grade and till the soil. This is the time to get those low spots leveled out and adding nutrients or soil amendments specified by the soil test. Plant mid September. By waiting to plant another round of weeds can be killed. Mix one pound of nitrogen per Sentricon' Colony Elimin ion System 1,000 square feet in the top one to two inches then plant the fescue, keeping the soil moist until grass appears. In October mow to two inches when the grass reaches three inches. For those wanting to plant a warm season lawn, start with a soil test in March. Late March or early April kill ~glyY weeds or cool season grasses with phosate. In April grade and till in- corporating fertilizers or soil amend- ments recommended in soil test. Kill any existing weeds prior to planting. Plant mid May if irrigation is not avail- able, June if irrigation is available. For more detailed information on care, planting rates, weed control consult K-' State Research and Extension publica- tion, Tall Fescue Lawns, (MF'/36).for fescue or Buffalograss Lawns (MF 658). These publications are available from your local office of Post Rock Extension or from the K-State Research November. It was approved to give a and Extension Website. donation to the Youth Retreat. Wendell I am finding brown stinkbugs in my Moyerhasdonatedquiltingframesthat garden. Are they hurting anything ? had belonged to his late wife. Dates of I have seen more stinkbugs in my coming events were mentioned. Pastor garden than I ever have, a badomen for Jim asked about interest in a women's tomatoes later. Stinkbugs arethe Shield Bible study. He said that Stealing Col- shaped insects that emit a foul odor legewillprovideaworshipservicethis when disturbed. There are green or fall. brown stinkbugs, the ones I have been BrunchwasservedbyFawnaBan'tt seemg are brown. The reason stink from a patriotic setting, bugs are such damaging pests is that , they are fruit and seed feeders. This means they focus their feeding and Post Rock Answers damage on the of the plant we By Scott Chapman, Pint Rock Extemioe want to harvest and eat. It does not talte ,, very many stink bugs to cause a lot of When should I dig Potatoes? Pull damage in crops such as tomatoes, Onions ? beans, or peppers. Same is true of soy- Potatoes are ready to harvest when bean fields because they destroy the : the vines are about half dead. Potatoes bean itself not the foliage. dug too early do not store well because In gardens, damage is most often with tender skins they are easily seen in tomatoes. Anyone with a his- bruised. Delaying too long allows the tory of growing tomatoes has probably soil to heat because it is no longer seen the damage, but may not have shaded and this can lead to sprouting, know the cause. Stinkbugs use their After digging, allow potatoes to "set" mouthparts to probe through the Skin by keeping them in a shady, dry loca- of the fruit. This results in golden- : tion for a couple of days. Move them to yellow, pink or white spots on the fruit a cool, moist environment such as a asitripens.Heavyfeedingcausesspots cellar or cool basement for longer stur- to spread, so tomatoes may develop a age. golden color. If you look closely, you Onions are ready to harvest when can see white pinprick sized puncture about half the plant tops have fallen wounds in the middle of the spots. over. Bulbs may sunburn without the While the tomatoes are safe to eat, foliage to protect them. The secret to hard, whitish, callous tissue develops beneath the skin in those areas so qual- ity is drastically diminished. By the time you notice the spots stinkbugs are gone. Pest .Control Lawn Service SERVING THIS AREA FOR OVER 50 YEARS! Insect-Rodent Control Monthly- Bi-Monthly & SeasonalServicesAvailabl# 109West5th, Concordia, Kan. 785-243-2554 1-800-748-8184 i i ii I I I I II I l I' Jewell Co. Memories 120 years ago Jim Gimole lost three fingers in a threshing machine cylinder last Fri- day. We hear Marsh Creek was a mile wide after the Sunday night rain. Jonas Frey took possession of the King Hotel yesterday. The wheat yield is disappointing although little was expected. Jewell county will probably have no fair this year. We do not wish to interfere with the Colombian Exposi- tion. The bulk of the corn is tassel. It is unusually short. Jack rabbits are very numerous. Some of the girl are getting to where they can ride a bicycle pretty well. Jewell county never suffered so much from hail during any single year since the settlement of the county as it has this year 100 ears ago It almost always rains in Septem- ber. Profanity won't start an automo- bile. It's been tried already. The only unpainted business place in this town is the paint shop. Those vanilla wafers at 21bs. for 25 cents can't be beat. Lon Dye fell from a load of hay Monday and was badly hurt. A lot of folks on the street comers were telling "where I slept last night." In most cases is wasn't in the house till long toward morning. All the farmers talk good natured!y about the fierce weather and are thank- Continued tO page 8 NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING The governing body of ODESSA TOWNSHIP JEWELL COUNTY will meet on July 30, 2013 at 7:30 p.m, at Marion Atwood Residence for the purpose of hearing and answering objections of taxpayers relating to the proposed use of all funds and the amount of ad valorem tax. Detailed budget information is available from a Township Officer and will be available at this hearing. BUDGET SUMMARY Proposed Budget 2014 Expendttures an~ Amount of 2013 Ad Valorem Tax establish the maximum limits of the 2014 budget. Est Tax Rate is subject to change depending on the final assessed valuation. 2012 2013 Proposed Bud+et 2014 Prior YearActualCurrent Year Actual Amount of Est. Actual Tax Estimate ofTax 2013 Ad Tax Funds Expenditures Rate* Expenditures Rate* Expenditures Valorem TaxRate* RoadGeneralDebt Service 5~953 1.023, 1,650 0.985 , 3,760 1,000 1.087 Special Mach . . . +. .... Totals ' 5,953 I +::023 1 1,6500.985 3,760 1,0001.087 Less: Transfers 0 [ [ 0 0 Net Expenditure 5~953 [ I 1,650 3,760 Tota! Tax Levied 800 ] I 800 ~x Assessed Valuation ' [ 1"~..~, [ [ Township 782,0'37I [ ' 812,584 919,885 Outstanding Indebtedness, Jan 1 2011 2012 2013 G.O. Bonds I 0 I Other I 1 Lease PuT Print I 0 I ~" ~ Richard Schlaefli Total I 0 [ "6" ~ Township Offwer *Tax rates are expressed in mills. ++