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4B THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS I III Public Notices i| (First published Oct. 21 in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas Case No. 2010-PR-21 In the Matter of the Estate of Dorothy Frost, deceased Notice of Hearing, Notice to Creditors The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that on October 18.2010. a petition has been filed in this court by Dwight S. Frost, an heir, devisee and legatee and one of the co-executors named in the Last Will and Testament of Dorothy Frost. deceased, dated December 11. 1973. praying that the will, first codicil and second codicil, filed with the petition be admitted to probate and record; that Dwight S. Frost and Ivan Lee Frost be appointed co-executors to serve with- out bond and that they be granted leb ters testamentary. You are required to file your writ- ten defenses thereto on or before the 12th day of November, 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 the petition. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within the latter of four months from the date of first publication of notice under K.S.A. 59-2236 and amendments thereto, or if the identity of the creditor is known or reasonably ascertainable, 30 days after actual notice was given as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Dwight S Frost. petitioner Darrell E. Miller P.O. Box 344 Mankato, Kansas 66956 42-3c (First published Oct. 14, 2010, in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Ralph L. Spiegel, deceased Case No. 06-PR-41 Notice of Hearing on Petition for Final Settlement The State of Kansas to all persons concerned: You are hereby notified that on October 6, 2010, an amended petition for final settlement was filed in this court by William E. Spiegel, the duly appointed, qualified and acting execu- tor of the Estate of Ralph L. Spiegel, deceased, praying petitioner's acts be i ........ [::ii!! :! .... ; I John Tyler, D.C. Thursday, October 21. 2010 approved; the heirs be determined; the will be construed and the state be as- signed to the persons entitled thereto; the administration of the estate be re- closed; upon the filing of receipts the petitioner be finally discharged as the executor of the Estate of Ralph L. Spiegel, deceased, and the petitioner be released from further liability. • You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before November 5, 2010, at. 10:00 o'clock a.m. of such day in this court, in the City of Mankato in Jewell-Count,, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said peti- tion. Eric N. Anderson, Sup. Ct. 13637 Clark, Mize and Linville, Chtd. 129 S. Eighth P.O. Box 380 Salina, Kansas 67402-0380 (785) 823-6325 Attorneys for Petitioner 41-3c (First published Oct. 14, 2010, in the Jewell County Record) In the District Court of Jewell County, Kansas In the Matter of the Estate of Nelson W. Harris, Deceased Case 10-PR-20 Notice of Appointment The State of Kansas to the credi- tors, heirs, devisees and legatees of said decedent and all others concerned: You are notified that on October 6, 2010, the undersigned was appointed and qualified as executor of the will of the" above named decedent; that letters testamentary have been granted to her as such executor; and that you must exhibit your demands against said es- tate within four (4) months from the date of the first publication hereof, or be forever barred. 2009 7-BOCO38A Mac Diehl, 206 I st Street. Burr Oak, Ks. 18.00 2009 3-J081CGary Evans, 203 N. Columbus, Jewell, Ks. 67.34 2009 3-J088 Gene Foster III, PO Box 76, Jewell, Ks. 23.20 2009 3-SI051C Derek' Hiatt, 1401 Washington St., Superior, Ne. 214.00 2009 3-CE075A Kansas Minerals Inc. 1886 Q Rd. Mankato 3,243.16 2009 3-SI056B James Krejci, 211 West Seneca, Exeter, Ne. 546.24 2009 7-SI057B Jason Kussman, 2215 265 Rd., Formoso, Ks. 239.77 2009 3-MA600A Mankato Texaco 2599 US Hwy 36, Cuba, Ks. 7.86 2009 3-BOC099A Bill May 641 S. Main. Burr Oak, Ks. 8.98 2009 3-WS032A Abe Mohler 1545 230 Rd.. Mankato, Ks. 272.50 2009 3-CE080D Numis-Tech Co.. 207 Vine St., Jewell, Ks. 175.18 2009 3-RI030B Kent Rippen 1208 N. 8th St.. Salina, Ks. 37.42 2009 7-HA028C James Schmidt 1885 Diamond Rd.. Superior, Ne. 151.76 2009 7-ER024A Brent Schoen 412 40 Rd. Cawker City, Ks. 436.28 2009 3-ER024 Bruce Schoen 412 40 Rd. Cawker City, Ks. 458.64 2009 3-J208 Dean Smith, 810 Pearl, Jewell. Ks. 153.98 2009 3-BOC143A Cody Volker. 307 E. State, Burr Oak, Ks. 15.98 2009 3-MA600D Walthers Oil 2599 US Hwy 36, Cuba, Ks. 179.08 2009 7-HA033 Rodney Ward, 1890 Diamond Rd.. Superior. Ne. 1,517.76 2009 3-J292C Williams Trucking, PO Box 293, Jewell, Ks. 99.55. 2009 7-J292C Williams Trucking, PO Box 293, Jewell. Ks, 110.57. 2009 7-J235C Brian Williams. PO Box 293, Jewell. Ks. 278.53 Grand Total 8.592.00 Lynn Scarrow Jewell County Treasurer 40-3c Shelly Harris, executor Attest: John L. Bingham (Seal) District Magistrate Judge Weltmer-Phillips Law Office P. O. Box 303 Mankato, Kan. 66956-0303 (785) 378-3172 Attorneys for Executor 41-3c (First published Oct. 7. 2010 in the ,lewell County Record) 2009 Personal Property Tax Warrants Returned to the County Treasurer, Oct. 1, 2010 by the Sheriff unpaid. The following list has been turned over to the Clerk of the District Court by the Jewell County Treasurer. There will be additional interest and fees. 2009 7-HO002F Chance Alexander. 2321 190 Rd.. Mankato. Ks. 136.20 2009 3-RI004 Steve Chartier. 423 Broadway, Clyde. Ks.. from Ks. Dept. of Wildlife & Parks 150.50 2009 3-BOCO38A Mac Diehl. 206 I st Street. Burr Oak. Ks. 49.52 Same Day ppoirntments "Dr. Tyler has helped my back a lot" -A1 Snyder Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:30 a.m.- 6 p.m. Saturday: 9:30 a.m.- 1 p.m. Sunday: By appointment Tyler Chiropractic Medicare and Blue Shield 785-648-0080 Mankat0, Kan. %U.A.I.IrY..S]II.RtLC003]]00,ES iii Consider the ESH Advantaqe • Free Estimates , Free On-Site Consultation • Fully Insured • Pre-engineemd for code laws • Licensed ICC General Contractor ' 3-Ply Laminated Posts (60 year warranty) • Steel Roof and Sides (40 yr.wa rra nty) • 16 colors available • 8'olc Post Spacing 4' olc Truss Spacing • 90MPH Wind Load 301b Truss Load • Site Preparation available I Burr Oak ByGlennys Barnes From the United Methodist Church. "God is with us to save and to deliver allwho call on his name." In the ab- sence of Pastor Dan Dempsey, lay speaker Wanda Thummel. Esbon, had charge of the service. Her message was titled "Your Job Description." A layer of sand has been put down under the playground equipment at the community Iuilding. Walt Wilson hauled the sand in and with the help of Mike Donley and Cliff Barnes got it spread around on Monday. Dave and Alice Belden returned home early in the week froma vacation to Arizona to visit her sister and fam- ily, Pat and Evan Mohler, Kim, Amanda. Cory, Alyissa and Emily. They stayed one night in Las Vegas, went to the Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon. drove through the Painted B & B THEATRES Majestic Theatre .. 2,29:W. Sixth Street IDowntownConcordia, Kan: Concordia's All New, State.Of-The- Art. Four Screen Movie Theatre! • Stadium Seating • Handicap Accessible • Digital Surround Sound (in selected the- atres) • W I to Wall Screens • Family Arcade 24-Hour Movie Information at 785-243-4544 www.bbtheatres,com Adult (after 5:30) $6.50 (before 5:30) $5.50 Sr. Citizen (62 yrs or older) $5.50 Child [3-11 yrs.) $4.50 Richmond, KS Haven, KS (800) 374-6988 (800) 208-9167 Regan Jeffery, a Rock Hills homecoming.candidate, runs the football down the field with the encouragement of Maddie Warne and "coaches" Anthony Burgess (far left), Travis Boyles (back left) and Jarrett Christie (back right). The Rock Hills High School girls played powderpuff football Thursday evening as part of homecoming festivities. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Debit cards SORRY...NO CHECKS Movie Passes NOT Accepted * Denotes matinees on Friday, Saturday & Sunday i ) Denotes early Matinee We check IDs m, R-rated movies! Desert and Petrified Forest before re- turning home. Cliff and Glenny Barnes visited Gene Johnson. Lonnie Buckley and Esther Herndon at the Long Term Care in Mankato last Tuesday morning. Doug Cleveland. Locus. N. C.. vis- ited his brother, Danny Cleveland. during the week. Doug had been at- tending meetings in Texas and came back through Kansas to vi sit his daugh- ter who attends college in Manhattan. as well a; visiting Danny. John and Sue Tucker left on Friday for the weekend with their daughter and family, Carolyn and Ed Adams. Wellsville. While there, they helped with a neighborhood barbecue, serv- ing 77 friends and family The Tuckers returned home on Sunday afternoon. Cliff and Glenny Barnes were in Show times l Friday, Oct. 22 - Thursday, Oct. 28 [] Jackass 3D 2:10, * 4:25, 7:15 & 9:30  m Red 2:05 * 4:35, 7:25 & 9:40 o.m Life As We Know it £501. '4:30, 7:15 & 9:40 3,m, Secretariat '1:35 '4:15, 7:00 & 9:30 D.r" 24-Hour Movie Information at 785-243-4544. m Call for FREE information and estimates POLITIDAL AD PAID FOR BY 8OHMIDT FOR A'['rORNEY GENERAL, INC. GARY C. ALLERNEILIGAN, CPA, TREASURER Red Cloud most of Friday babysitting their great-granddaughters. Paisley and Jerzie Or,1. The Rock Hills junior high football team went to Clyde for their last game of the season. They defeated the Clifton-Clyde team by a score of 38- 20. After lunch on Friday. the team got to shave the head of the team coach, Travis Cox. for winning their game. Spencer Callaway and Grant Davis. Esbon. and Waude Underwood are the local boys on the team. Robin Barry returned home on Fri- day after having taken care of her mother it, Grand Island for a week. Jana. Aricaand A.J. Brown attended the Fall Fest in Mankato. They helped Amanda Frampus accept donations for the suicide prevention organization known as Out of the Darkness. Saturday, a crew of workers from Scandia started putting a new metal roof on the Christian Church. By Sun- day eyening they had nearly completed the job and will :[!nish up,this coming weekend, weather permitting: Rosie Campbell's vtsitors for the weekend were her daughters. Loraine Daugherty. Little River. and Rosalie Harper. Haven. and great-grandchil- dren, Adrian and Avery Wuthrow. Hutchinson. Sunday afternoon they attended a baby shower honoring Burgandy Babson and Kristi Frasier in Mankato. Saturday evening. Jami and Waude Underwood attended an Inlaw/Outlaw Cattle Show and Sale in Belleville. Jami reports the cattle were beautiful animals With one steer selling for $12.000. Some of the cattle sold were bought to be shown at the Texas State Fair. Jami and Waude had supper with the family sponsoring the show. "Christian Baptism" was the title of Richard Cox's message at the Chris- tian Church on Sunday morning. His selected scripture was Romans 6:1-13. The act of baptism by water represents cleansing from sin. Submersion repre- sents death of our old ways and old life. Rising out of the water represents our being a new person with'a new life ahe/d of us. We are baptized into the name of God and we are his: raised to a light filled world by the grace of our l- " New Hours: j Monday & Saturday - Cltsed -,q r Tuesday, Thursday & Friday- 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday - 1-7 p.m. Monday and Wednesday mom/hgs by appo/ntmen! , Saturday's ava/lab/b for spec/a/occ,s/ons, weddgs, prom & schoo/dances i • " 5.f_00..d-tc.Salo. |b 101 N. Commercial • Mankato, Kan. 66956 41 t 785-378-8080 • 785-282-8425  IFLU00 KEEPTHE o BAD BUGAWAY FROMYoui HEAl heavenly Father. Richard's message was appropriate Sunday morning as following the regular service two mem- bers Of the congregation were bap- tized. Penny Turner brought cookies to share following the special service. Guests were Terri Core. Superior, Loraine Daugherty, Little River, Rosalie Harper. Haven. Adrian and Avery Wuthrow. Hutchinson. Amy, Robert and Cortney Cox. Courtland. David Barnes was a Sunday lunch guest of Cliff and Glenny Barnes at a Red Cloud restaurant. After lunch. Cliff and Glenny Vi sited with Darin. Amanda and Lilly Barnes in Red Cloud. Cailyn and Cayce Barry were Sun- day guests of Robin Barry. They went to the Underwood farm to get pump- kins and later in the afternoon decorat- ing the pumpkins and baked sugar cook- ies. Waude Underwood had the misfor- tune of getting bucked off his horse when it was spooked Sunday evening at the farm. Waude sustained a concus- sion and cracked pelvis from the fall. His grandmother. Ella Rae Rafferty, Jewell. came to stay with Waude while his mother went to work. Ron and Anne Oliver have pur- chased and moved into the former home of Midge and Richard Oliver. Doug and Wanda Frasier were Sun- day dinner guests of Josh and Amanda Frasier, Salina. Other visitors were Mel and Marcia Reining and Natalie McDermont. Hastings. The had a cook- out with burgers and steaks and de- voted the afternoon to visiting and watching an NFL football game. Dennis Spatz, Cheyenne, Wyo., is here for a few days with fiis mother. Orena Spatz. Daryl Brown went to Oklahoma on Monday to work on the roof of his dad's home. Richard Cox. Courtland. was a Monday evening visitor of Cliff and Glenny Barnes. In observance of Veteran's Day, the Burr Oak Community Club would like to put a displayof photos of area veterans in the window of the former Morris Garage building on main street. They are asking for copies of photos rather than the photos them selves. Pho- tos may be taken to the bank and left with Peggy Wilson no later than Nov. 1. Payne Bobcat Works , Fasture  ' tree clearing • Post hole drilling • General dirt or lot work ° Snow removal Rodney Payne, 785-545-5141 a Brent Beck, 785-545-5427  Fiscal Responsibility Money ° smart ", , ° VALUE STRONG. 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