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"II . IIII: Public Notices I I (Published Oct. 10, 2013, in The Superior Express) Statement of Ownership Management and Circulation As required by the United States Postal Service: 1. Publication Title: The Superior Express. 2. Publication ,Number 529-300. 3. Filing Date Sept. 30, 2013. 4. Frequency of issue: Weekly. 5. Number of issues published an- nually: 52. 6. Annual Subscription Price: tion outside the mail (carriers or other means): Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 30. Number copies of single issue pub- lished nearest to filing date, 30. e. Total free or nominal rate distri- bution (sum of 15d (1), (2), (3) and (4): Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 80. Num- ber copies of single issue published nearest to filing date, 80. f. Total distribution (sum of 15c and 15e): Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 3,098. Number copies of single issue published llearest to filing date, 3,066. g. Copies not distributed: Average number copies each issue during pre- $26.00. ceding 12 months, 232. Number cop- 7. Complete mailing address of ie, s of single issue published nearest to knownofficeofp,hn,-,aons: 148East filing date, 234. Third (P.O. Box 408), Superior, (Nuck- h. Total (sum of 15f and g): Aver- oils County),Neb. 68978. Contact per- age numler copies each issue during son: Bill Blanvelt. Telephone: 402- preceding 12 moifths, 3,300. Number 879-3291. copies of single issue published near- 8. Complete mailing address of estto filing date, 3,300. headquarters or general business of- rice:, P.O. Box 408, Superior, Neb. 68978 9. Full names and complete mailing addresses of.publisher, editor and man- aging editor: Publisher Bill Blanvelt, P.O. Box 408, Superior, Neb. 68978; Editor Bill Blanvelt, P.O. BOX 408, Superior, Neb. 68978; Managing Edi- tor Bill Blauvelt, P.O. Box 408, Supe- rior, Neb. 68978. 10. Owner: Superior Publishing Company, Inc. P.O. Box 408, Supe- ffor, Neb. 68978; W. A. Blanvelt, P.O. i. Percent paid (15c divided by 15f times 100): Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 97.39. Number copies of single issue published nearest to filing date, 97.39. 16. Total circulation does not in- elude electronic copies. Report circu- lation on PS Form 3526-X worksheet. 17. Publication of statement of ownership (if the publication is a gen- eral publication, publication of this statement is required): Will be printed in the Oct. 10. 2013 issue of this pub- lication. Box 408, Superior, Neb. 68978. 18. Signature and Title of editor, :i : ll. Known bondholders, mortgag- publiaher, businessmanagerofowner: : ees, and other security holders owning W.A. Blanvelt, Publisher, 9-30-13. 0r holding one percent or more of total I certify that all information fur- amount of bonds, mortgages or other securities, X-None. 13. Publication Title: The Superior Express. 14. Issue date for circulation data below: Sept. 26, 2013. 15. Extent and Nature of Circula- tion: General interest weekly newspa- per. a. Total number of copies (net press run): Average number copies each is- sue during preceding 12 months, 3,300. Number copies of single issue pub- lished nearest to filing date, 3,300. b. Paid circulation (by mail and outside mall): ( I ) Mailed outside-county paid sub- scriptions stated on PS Form 3541 (include paid distribution above nomi- nal rate, advertiser's proof copies and exchange copies): Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 1,303. Number of copies of single issue published nearest to filing, 1,279. (2) Mailed in-county paid subscrip- tions stated on PS Form 3541 (include paid distribution above nominal rate, advertiser' s proof copies and exchange copies): Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 545. Number copies of single issue pub. lished nearest to filing date, 532. (3) Paid distribution outside the mails, including sales through dealers and:gn's, street vendors, counter salesdother paid distribution out- side USP.. Average number copies nished on this form is true and com- plete. I understand that anyone who furnished false or misleading informa- tion on this form or who omits material or information requested on the form may be subject to criminal sanctions (including frees and imprisonment) and-or civil sanctions (including civil penalties). ZNEZ 41-1p (First published Oct. 10, 2013, in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Probate Division In the Matter of the Estate of Anna Belle Cross, who was sometimes known as Annabelle Cross, deceased. Case No. 13-PR-22 Notice of Hearing on Petition for probate of Will and Notice to Credi- tors The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: You are hereby notified that on Oct. 2, 2013, a petition was filed in such court by Margaret F. Grindol, nomi- nated as the executor (i.e. executrix) under the provisions of the will of Anna Belle Cross dated May 8, 1995, praying for admission to probate of such will, which is filed with said peti- tion, and that letters testamentary be issued to herself as executrix of said will, without bond. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the l'st day of November, 2013, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of that day, in the eachissueduringpreceding 12months, above court, in the city of Mankato, in 1,170. Number copies of single issue such county and state, at which time published nearest to filing date, 1,175. such cause will be heard. Should you (4) Paid distribution by other classes of mall through the USPS: Average number copies each issue during pre- ceding 12 months, 0. Number copies of single issue published nearest to filing date, 0. c. Total paid distribution (sum of 15b (1), (2), (3) and (4): Average num- ber copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 3,018. Number copies of single issue published nearest to filing date, 2,986. d. Free or nominal rate distribution (by mall and outside the mail): (1) Free or nominal rate outside- county copies included on PS Form 3541: Average number copies each issue during preceding 12 months, 45. Number copies of single issue pub- iished nearest to filing date, 45. (2) Free or nominal rate in-county copies included on PS Form 3541: Average number copies each issue duffng ireceding 12 months, 5. Num- ber of copies of single issue published nearest to filing date, 5. (3) Free or nominal rate copies mailed at other lses through the USPS (e.g. first (:lass mail): Average number copies ch issue during pre- ceding 12 months, none. Number cop- ies of single issue published nearest to filing date, none. (4) Free or nominal rate distribu- fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course on that peti- tion. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against this estate within four (4) months from the date of the first publication of this notice as pro- vided by law, and ff their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be for- ever barred. Margaret F. Grindol, petitioner Dana Brewer Kansas Supreme Court 09501 Brewer, Long & Wickersham, L.L.C. 613 Washington Street P. O. Box 549 Concordia, Kansas 66901-0549 Telephone: (785) 243-3790 Fax: (785) 243-5018 L Attorneys for Petitioner ZNEZ 41-3c THE RANDALL BRANCH (Published Oct. 10, 2013, in the Jewell County Record) Final Performance Public Hearing Notice Jewell County will hold a final per- formance public heating meeting dur- ing the commissioners' meeting at the coarthouse, at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 21, 2013. The purpose of the hearing will be to review activities specifically related to the recently completed Rural Fire District #3 fire station in Esbon List of 2012 Personal Property Tax Warrants returned to the county Treasurer, October 1, 2013 by the Sheriff unpaid. The following list has been turned over to the Clerk of the Distric Court by the Jewell County Treasurer. There will be additional interest and fees. 2012 3.J009, Gordon Baker, 115 Vine, Jewell, KS 66949 ....................................... $5.09 2012 3-H1004B, Karen Clark, 440 Z Rd., Esbon, KS 66941 ...... i .............................. 7.81 20!2 3-MA100B, LeRoy Davis, 423 E Madison St., Mankato, KS 66956 .................. 5.41 2012 3-J286, Delaware Pub, PC Box 384, Jewell, KS 66949 ................... , ........... 320.38 2012 3-SI029, Jerald File, PC Box 94; Courtland, KS 66939 .................................. 73.42 2012 3-CE075A, Kansas Minerals, Inc., 10010 S103rd St. W, Clearwater, KS 67026 ................................. .. ............................................... 1,581.36 2012 3-SI056B, James Krejd, 211 West Seneca, Exeter, NE 68351 .................... 371.18 2012 3x1136G, Chdstopher Lee, 1779 D Rd., Jewell, KS 66949 ............................. 13.28 !2012 6-174,3, Celia McMillan, 505 Elm, Randall, KS 66963 ................ .'. .................. ,,34.48 : 2012 7-J160F, Merlyn Menhusen, PC Box 354, Jewell, KS 66949 ......................... 18.00 2012 7-WS932A, Abe Mohler, 1545 2"30 Rd., Mankato, KS 66956 ......................... 10.80 2012 3-CE080D, Numis-Tech Co., 208 W 9th. St., Concordia, KS 66901 ............ 155.60 2012 3-MA362D, David Ranstead, 203 N East St., Mankato, KS 66956 ................ 68.86 2012 3-ESC081C, Michelle Rohleder, 110 N Kentucky, Sylvan Grove, KS 67481.40.80 2012 7-HA028C, James Schmidt, PC Box 1102, Boise City, OK 73933-1102 ...... 1 48.92' 2012 3-ER024, Bruce Schoen, 412 40 Rd., Cawker City, KS 67430 ..., ................... 23.30 2012 3-MA576F, Chnsty Timmons, 420 N Brandon, Smith Center, KS 66967 ........ 45.84 2012 3-SI088, Von Van Meter, 714 West 19th, Hutchinson, KS 67502 ................. 420.42 2012 7-SI088, Von Van Meter, 714 West 19th, Hutchinson, KS 67502 ................. 149.54 2012 3-BOC143A, Cody Volker, 307 E State, Burr Oak, KS 66936 ......................... 12.18 2012 3-MA600D, Walthers Oil, 2599 US Hwy 36, Cuba, KS 66940 ......................... 86.96 2012 3-ESC091 F, Robert Whelchel, 306 West Ave., Esbon, KS 66941 ................. 26.94 2012 7-BO054C, Eric Williams, 321 N Uncoln, Mankato, KS 669561 ....................... 18.00 Grand Total .......................................................................................................... 3,638.27 Lynn Scarrow County Treasurer, Jewell County, Kansas The project was partially funded through the Community Development Block Grant Kan Step program of the Kansas Department of Commerce ( 10- ST-001). The project involved grant  funds of $300,000. The total project cost was $472,365.82. Public com- ments will be part of the Jewell County CDBG Citizen Participation Plan. If you need assistance or have questions about the hearing, please contact the county clerk's office at 785-378-4020 by 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 18, 2013. ZNEZ 41-1c Mankato Newell and Doffs Alexander were in York Thursday through Sunday to visit Army buddies and spouses. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bachraan, Creston, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knight, Williamsport, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Temaat, Hutchinson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Strecker, Spearville; Jill Knight and Rhonda Inman, Williamsport, Ind. Harmony United Methodist Church met Sunday morning. The worship ser- vice began with a welcome and an- nouncements presented by Lora Lehrling. The prelude, "Peace Med- ley" by Hugh Livingston, Jr., was pre- sented by this week's pianist, Joaun Davis. Choral Introit was "Make Me a Servant" directed by the choir's direc- tor, Pat Grout. The children's message focus, presented by Pastor Gerry Sharp, was about colors that are representa- tive of specific beliefs within the church. Blue represents baptism; red, signifying the blood of Jesus shed for our sins; yellow, representing the Son, the light of the world and God's light; purple which represents repentance; white signifying purity and holiness; black representing sin; and green rep- resenting growth and new life. Each child was given a colorful keychain with these color representations on it. The Chancel Choir anthem was "Let Me Be Your Servant" by Stan Pethel. The scripture reading was Luke 17:5 throughl0, quoting Jesus' conversa- tion with the apostles when they asked Him to increase their faith in God. Jesus replied "If you had the faith of a tiny mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree be pulled up and planted in the sea and it would obey you." The sermon by Pastor Gerry com- pared the mustard seed to our lives and how we need to believe and to do 100 percent of all He asks us to do. The seed does not say "I do not have time" or "Maybe later." We should ask our- selves "How many lives have we planted seed in? What have we pro- duced towards God's word at His ask- ing?" Setting limitations on our abili- ties hinders o seed productivity. All things are possible through Him who strengthens us. There are people who seek Christ and do not know that .it is He whom they are seeking. Many people don't know what it means to know Jesus. We tend to think there is no field out there to be harvested. God is not limited'by anything d He knOws what He has equipped us for. Pastor Gerry challenged those present to se- lect one person each month, pray about them and invite them in to hear God's word and to know Jesus. The calendar events includes Oct.10-13, Jewell Corn Show; today (Thursday) 7 p.m. UMW Rebecca Circle with Focus on the World Thank offering; Sunday. LTC services; Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. UMW Sarah circle. Have a great week and don't forget to seek out those in whom the Lord is calling you to plant His seed. I We will not be open Pastor Todd and Gaye Bradrick, members and friends of the Baptist Church gathered in the Mankato City Park for a picnic supper and worship service. Kenny Rhea provided the music during the evening service by singing several Christian songs. Weston Wagner, a Rock Hills Griz- zly football player, had successful knee surgery in Salina where it was discov- ered his injury was not as severe as was first thought. He came home on crutches and is walking on his own now. He hopes to see action in the game Friday night. Butch and Betty Thompson were in Pratt to celebrate Richard s birthday with his family before Richard and Pare headed to Kansas City to join family and friends for a Kansas City Chief's ballgame. Grandpa and Grandma stayed in Pratt with Riley and Cale while their parents were gone. Richard, Pare and children gave his parents Father' and Mother's Day pre- sents, tickets for an upcoming Kansas City Chief's ballgame. When Butch and Betty left Pratt, they headed for Texas where they vis- ited the Tate and Amy Kerst family for several days. They saw some junior high volleyball to watch Taran play with her undefeated B team, took in ice hockey games to watch Brandon who also plays roller hockey with a men's team and they watched Stephanie per- form in her gymnastics. Being one busy family, the Kersts also have two sophomore boys from Austin and San Antonio living with them this year who play hockey with Brandon. A son, Palmer Bennett, has arrived at the home of Aaron and Nicole Zadina, Pratt. He was born Oct. 1 weigh- ing 8 pounds 11 ounces and was 20 and one half inches long. He has an older brother, Thayer. Grandparents are Cregg and Belinda Jeffery and Marty and Vicki Zadina. Great-grandmoth- ers include Alma Zadina, Mankato, and Marilyn Jeffery, Northbranch. Employees and shoppers who were in Kiers grocery store last Tuesday morning got a surprise when an auto- mobile suddenly drove through the big glass window. Apparently a Jewell County resident pulled his car up out front and stepped On the gas pedal instead of the brakes. Fortunately no- body was injured and business contin- ued as usual for the rest of the day while repairs were made to the store front. VeraThompson enjoyed a visit from cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Quick, Denver, Colo., who were here research- ing genealogy. They took Vera on a road trip to Formoso, Lovewell and Webber and had lunch in Superior. Butch and Betty Thompson joined the family at Vera's home for an evening visit. Jeanie Blair arrived in Wichita Where Mary and Doug May met her airplane. She was an overnight guest in their home at Mt. Hope. After vaca- tioning in California, Oregon and Washington for several weeks, she re- turned to Munkato last Wednesday. Jeanie, visited Bruce and Barbara Petersen at Chico, Calif., and their son, Joshua, San Francisco, Calif., joined his parents and Grandma for a northern trip. Some highlights for the foursome started with a tour of the prison on Alcatraz Island Where they wore head phones as a guide explained the tour as they went moving at their own pace. They also saw the apartment house where the warden and guards and their families lived, the only other people on the island. They visited some quilt shops and had supper with Bruce's brother, Kent, before visiting the Red- wood National Forest and moving on to northern California where they saw Monday, Oct. 14 in honor of Columbus Day _m._!t of The Jamestown State Bank RANDALL, KAN. 66963 785-739-2212 I I Kansas Department of Transportation INTERNET AUCTION '97 450+ Items THUR., OCT. 2/* i Bidding starts to close at 10 a.m. CDT Rourvel Including heavy trucks, dump trucks, tractors, trailers, wheel loader, pickups, autos, asphatt equip, rotters and more. 10% buyer's premium applies. 1166.6es.92113 the mountains, hiked up Fern Canyon and visited Elk Meadow. They saw no elk until they drove up at a motel where a herd of elk were just hanging out in the parking lot. The group traveled on to Eugene, Ore., where they were over- night guests of Bob and Carol Blair. They visited Betty Thronson at Eagle Creek, Ore., before taking Jeanie to Shelton. Wash., where she visited a week with Janice Olson. Janice took Jeanie to Portland, Ore., to board a plane to return home. Doffs Kennedy moved into Pine Haven this week. Bill Voorhees, Smith Center, brother of Nancy Hanson and Susan Hanson, died in the hospital at Hays Thursday. Members of the Mankato Garden Club visited the Pumpkin Patch at Carla and Oren Underwood's farm near Burr Oak. We tend to think sometimes that we go untouched out here in rural America but the federal government shutdown has affected several Jewell County families with the closing of govern- ment offices such as the USDA Ser- vice Center on Highway 36, the Farm Service Agency (FSA), Natural Re- sources Conservation Service fNRCS), and Rural Development. Employees were puton furlough last Tuesday with no pay checks coming their way. Travis Zeigler who is full time with the Na- tional Guard in Wamego is also in the same position. Weekend drills were cancelled for the guards this weekend. During the shutdown several years ago, employees were allowed to draw un- employment but when the shutdown ended they had to pay it back. Dain Dillingham was dismissed from the rehab center and went to an apartment in Seattle, Wash., with his brother and sister-in-law. He writes he is incredibly excited and also a little terrified. Excited to meet new people and scared of heavy doors. Excited to see the city and scared of how the city will see him. Excited to test his new skills, yet scared of finding out how many more he needs. In the last five weeks he has conquered everything from toothbrashes and elevators to T- shirts and coffee cups so he has no doubts he'll be okay. Monday we re- ceived word that he is able to move several fingers. Mary Powell, Jean Michael and Audrey Diamond were coffee guests of Joe and Betty Becker. Barb Snyder took Linda Crangle to Beloit for a medical appointment. K. B. Anderson and Brenda Zimmerman, Arkansas City, were in Mankato to visit his dad, Don Ander- son, his daughter and granddaughter, Jennifer Anderson and Jordyn. Derek and Ashley Clark received word Thursday that Levi's platelets and hemoglobin were low so they had to head to Omaha where Levi had a transfusion Friday at the infusion cen- ter. After the four-hour procedure, they were able to return home for the week- end. Dayne was out of school Friday so was able to make the trip with his THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS family Willie and Sharon Beckley went to Turtle, Okla., for a 10-day visit with their daughter and son-in-law, Kay and Dusty LaFranke. Jean Michael and Audrey Diamond we're in Salina Thursday for a day of shopping. Alison and Nathan Ryan, Kayla and Harper, Russell, joined her mother, Alice Kinsey, and Jerod and Mary Kinsey at the Rock Hills homecoming game Friday night to see their nephew, Chance Copple, play football. Chance was a homecoming candidate. They visited at the Jerod Kinsey home after the game. Buck Beck has been a patient at Jewell County Hospital since Friday. Weston Wagner and Kelli Jeffery were crowned homecoming king and queen at the football game Friday night. The game ended at halftime with a win for the Rock Hills rizzles over Pike Valley. Harold and Donna Hooton and Amber and Royale Brown, all of Ulysses, Sandy and Chuck Foster, Dodge City, arrived Friday for a week- end visit with their father, Ralph Hooton, and sister, Sbelia Diamond, and family. They were all Friday sup- per guests of Rick and Shelia. Saturday evening the family joined Ashley, Derek and Dayne Clark in Superior to attend the benefit for Levi Clark at the high school. Sbelia stayed at the Clark home with Levi who was unable to attend the event. Weekend guests of Janet Tyler and Joel Elkins were Aaron and Bobbi Cross, Andrew and Thome, Mitch, Lara and Collin Ketterl, all of Lewis; Kari Neilson and Bentley, Greensberg. They all attended the wedding festivities of Jessa Tyler and Jordan Cousland at Beloit Saturday. Collin was ring bearer and Lainey Moser, daughter of Chance and Samantha Moser, was flower girl. Jessa is the daughter of Jack Tyler and the granddaughter of Beth Tyler. Amanda Womack, Paige and Payton, Concordia, visited Alma Zadina Saturday. Alice Kinsey joined her family for Saturday'lunch at a restaurant in Supe- rior. Others present were indy and Dale Mauler, Franklin, Sharon and Carl Oliver, Wamego, Kayla and Bob Heptig, Flush, Linda McCollock, Clifton, Va., Spider and Loretta Hiatt, and Valdean Hiatt, all of Superior. They all attended the Cindy Fullerton funeral in the afternoon. Dean Langley and Marie Basart traveled to eastern Kansas for the week- end and joined family at the home of Dale and Brenda Langley near Atchinson where they celebrated the birthday of a great-nephew. They also visited Dean's brother, Ray, and wife, Shirley, and several nephews. Kenny and JoAnn Rhea joined daughters, Sandy Allbright and Crys- tal Menhusen, and spouses in Wichita at the Blake Shelton Concert Saturday THURSDAY,OCTOBER 10, 2013  Paqe 5R Justin Basart took sons, Jalen, Rylan and Reece, and a friend to the Kansas Speedway at Kansas City Sunday where they celebrated Rylan's birth- day. As they were walking in to find their seats, a man stopped them and asked if they had "pit passes." When Justin told him no, the man gave them passes which just topped off the day for the boys. Bobbi and Justin Basalt had taken the four boys to Kansas City the week- end before to celebrate Jalen's birth- day at a Chief s game.r .- . Jeremy Page, Manhattan, visited Dave and Virginia Pettit lt Friday. Jewell By Soberta Holdren. 1 ii i ii ill Butch and Annette Burks went to Colorado for the weekend. Their 8rand- daughter was one of the Contestants for home coming queen. Bob and Lora Crumrine of New Mexico were last Wednesday guests of her mother, Jeanine Seamans. Saturday morning Jewell residents awoke to the temperature in the 40s. The cool morning made us dig Out our sweatshirts. Mike Stober of Salina and Michelle Brenner ofEllis were Saturday visitors of Jeanine Seamans. While here Mike, Machelle and Jeanine made sauerkraut. This is a longstanding Seamans family tradition. Jean and Bud Boden celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary with a party Saturday evening at the Jewel! Com- munity Center. Saturday Betty James celebrated her birthday with coffee and cake served to the morning coffee drinkers at the local cafe. Aspen Ulrich, granddaughter of AI and Charlotte Snyder and a senior at McPherson College, was one of the five women chosen as homecoming queen candidates. Though she was not chosen as queen, she said it was a thrilling experience to be a candidate. Patty Tastove of Westphalia, Kan., visited her mother, Mildred Reece for a few days. Sierra Ulrich, granddaughter of AI and Charlotte Snyder and a sophomore at McPherson College, suffered a mini- stroke and was taken by a ambulance to a Wichita hospital. She was released on Friday evening. Donn Moss has moved to Hilltop Lodge in Beloit from the Jewell Apart- ments. Several from Jewell County at- tended the first of the community, con- certs for the 2013-2014 season held at Concordia on Thursday evening. "The Unexpected Surfer Boys," performed. On Sunday the concert season opened at Beloit when "The Abrams" performed. On Saturday the Palmer Museum will be open after the Jewell Corn Show Parade until 3 p.m. night. The Rheas' tickets were a This newspaper's web page may Father's Day gift from Kenny's three be found at daughters. 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