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thursday, FEBruary 2, 2012 thE BEllEvillE tElEscopE 9a Roger Novak Real Estate 1325 18th Street, Belleville, Kansas 785-527-2626 Auctioneer & Real Estate Broker LEONARD’S APPLIANCE SALES & SERVICE 1814 M St., Belleville, KS 785-527-2447 Love’s Auto Supply 1206 19th St. Belleville, KS 785-527-5607 MELTON MOTOR CO. INC. US Hwy. 81 & 20th St. Belleville 785-527-2201 1813 Hwy 81, Belleville, KS 785-527-2233 Shaun’s Service & Tires 1702 N St. Belleville, KS 785-527-2720 STEPHENS COLLISION AND GLASS 1513 15th St., Belleville, Ks 785-527-2827 GARY SCOFIELD 1540 US HIGHWAY 81 BELLEVILLE, KS 66935 CELL: 785-955-0225 SHOP: 785-527-2522 SCOFIELD’S CLASSIC MUSTANGS Inc. www.scofieldpros.com SCOFIELD’S Detail Pros Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00 Saturday by Appointment Only Cleaning Up The World One Vehicle At A Time! Abram Ready-Mix Inc. 785-243-2260 Fax: 785-243-2834 431 W. 3rd. Box 462 Concordia, KS 66901 785-527-2248 1107 M Street Belleville, KS 66935 785-454-3506 Fax: 785454-3570 411 W. Hwy. 24 Downs, KS 67437 Paul Abram, President - 785-738-5885 800-748-8498 • 915 E. 8th Beloit, KS 67420 1212 18th St., Belleville 785-527-5951 DUFFY’S 36 SERVICE 1421 28th St., Belleville 785-527-2309 Geo. W. Hays Lumber 2409 Hwy 81, Belleville 785-527-5695 1307 18th St., Belleville 785-527-5179 CROSSROADS PHARMACY X X X 2311 M St., Belleville 785-527-2200 REPUBLIC COUNTY HOSPITAL 2420 G St. Belleville 785-527-2254 John Rhine 1906 M St Belleville, KS 785-527-2983 RURAL GAS 201 M st., Belleville, Ks 785-527-2441 Reliable Auto Service highway 36, Belleville, Ks 785-527-5815 1825 N St.,Belleville, KS 785-527-5868 Tibbetts-fischer funeral home 1104 20th St., Belleville, KS 785-527-2211 The Belleville Telescope “At The Crossroads Of America” 1314 18th St., Belleville 785-527-2244 Website: thebellevilletelescope.com Belleville Open Everyday For Breakfast 1424 US Hwy. 36 • Belleville, Kansas Phone: 785-527-2831 [email protected] 1-800-344-6337 Forms can be dropped Off at the Telescope office or Sent to: Basketball Contest The Belleville Telescope 1314 19th St. Belleville, KS 66935 Forms Must Be Received Or Post Marked by 5 p.m. Friday for each Week’s Contest. $100 GRAND PRIZE $5 Weekly Cash Prize Pick the winner of each numbered game by circling your choice In the space below that matches the game. Name: Address: City: State: Zip No Photo Copies Please 1. Baylor @ Oklahoma St. 2. Texas A&M @ Kansas St. 3. Iowa St. @ Oklahoma 4. Texas Tech @ Texas 5. Virginia @ Florida St. 6. Vanderbilt @ Florida 7. Ohio St. @ Wisconsin 8. North Carolina @ Maryland 9. Kentucky @ South Carolina 10. Indiana @ Purdue Circle Winner Tie Breaker: Predict score of the game listed below Kansas @ Missouri Send Completed Entry Form to: Basketball Contest The Belleville Telescope 1314 19th St. Belleville, KS 66935 Forms Must Be Received or Post Marked by 5 p.m. Friday for each Week’s Contest. Last Week’s Winner: Co-Winners: Bohman Kunz

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thursday, FEBruary 2, 2012 thE BEllEvillE tElEscopE 9a

Roger Novak Real Estate1325 18th Street, Belleville, Kansas

785-527-2626Auctioneer & Real Estate Broker

LEONARD’S APPLIANCESALES & SERVICE

1814 M St., Belleville, KS785-527-2447

Love’s Auto Supply1206 19th St. Belleville, KS

785-527-5607

MELTON MOTOR CO. INC.US Hwy. 81 & 20th St. Belleville

785-527-2201 1813 Hwy 81, Belleville, KS 785-527-2233

Shaun’s Service & Tires1702 N St.

Belleville, KS785-527-2720

STEPHENS COLLISION AND GLASS1513 15th St., Belleville, Ks

785-527-2827

GARY SCOFIELD1540 US HIGHWAY 81

BELLEVILLE, KS 66935CELL: 785-955-0225 SHOP: 785-527-2522

SCOFIELD’S CLASSIC MUSTANGS Inc.

www.scofieldpros.com

SCOFIELD’S Detail Pros

Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00Saturday by Appointment Only

Cleaning Up The World One Vehicle At A Time!

Abram Ready-Mix Inc.785-243-2260Fax: 785-243-2834431 W. 3rd. Box 462Concordia, KS 66901

785-527-22481107 M Street

Belleville, KS 66935

785-454-3506Fax: 785454-3570

411 W. Hwy. 24Downs, KS 67437

Paul Abram, President - 785-738-5885

800-748-8498 • 915 E. 8th • Beloit, KS 67420

1212 18th St., Belleville 785-527-5951

DUFFY’S 36 SERVICE1421 28th St., Belleville

785-527-2309

Geo. W. Hays Lumber

2409 Hwy 81, Belleville 785-527-5695 1307 18th St., Belleville 785-527-5179

CROSSROADSPHARMACY

X XX

2311 M St., Belleville 785-527-2200

REPUBLIC COUNTYHOSPITAL

2420 G St. Belleville785-527-2254

John Rhine1906 M St

Belleville, KS785-527-2983

RURAL GAS201 M st., Belleville, Ks

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Reliable Auto Servicehighway 36, Belleville, Ks

785-527-5815

1825 N St.,Belleville, KS 785-527-5868

Tibbetts-fischerfuneral home

1104 20th St., Belleville, KS 785-527-2211

The Belleville

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Of America”

1314 18th St., Belleville 785-527-2244Website: thebellevilletelescope.com

BellevilleOpen EverydayFor Breakfast

1424 US Hwy. 36 • Belleville, KansasPhone: 785-527-2831

[email protected]

1-800-344-6337

Forms can be droppedOff at the

Telescope office orSent to:

Basketball ContestThe Belleville Telescope

1314 19th St.Belleville, KS 66935

Forms Must Be ReceivedOr Post Marked by 5 p.m.Friday for each Week’s

Contest.

$100 GRAND PRIZE$5 Weekly Cash Prize

Pick the winner of each numbered game by circling your choiceIn the space below that matches the game.

Name:

Address:

City: State: Zip

No Photo Copies Please

1. Baylor @ Oklahoma St.2. Texas A&M @ Kansas St.3. Iowa St. @ Oklahoma4. Texas Tech @ Texas5. Virginia @ Florida St.6. Vanderbilt @ Florida7. Ohio St. @ Wisconsin8. North Carolina @ Maryland9. Kentucky @ South Carolina10. Indiana @ Purdue

Circle Winner Tie Breaker:Predict score of the game listed below

Kansas @ MissouriSend Completed Entry Form to:

Basketball ContestThe Belleville Telescope

1314 19th St.Belleville, KS 66935

Forms Must Be Received or Post Marked by 5 p.m.Friday for each Week’s Contest.

Last Week’s Winner: Co-Winners: Bohman Kunz

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HOURS:Sun.- Thurs., 11 am - 10 pm

Fri.-Sat., 11 am - 11 pmDelivery Hours: 5 pm - Close

Proud Supportersof All Area

Activities

The Realty Associates1906 M St., Belleville, KS 66935

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Heath Rhine,Associate Broker(785) 527-2527

Jack Collins,Sales Associate(785) 527-6593

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are proud to be loyalSupporters of all activities.

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Good Luck toThe Republic County

And Pike ValleySports Activities

PIKE VALLEYCHEERLEADERS: (L to R)Delaney McGregor, CourtneyFreed, Addie Howley, KylieNovak, Averie Gritten, TracyGarman.

PIKE VALLEY GIRLS BASKETBALL: Front Row: Lesley Stensaas, Peyton Baxa, Danielle Roush, Averie Gritten, OliviaHouseholder, Brooke Jensen, Cassidy Stenson. Second Row: Felicia Allen, Jocelyn Bolte, Kora Bergstrom, Jaid Runft, Courtney Freed,Tori Swafford, Casey Freed.

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Eddie Sandberg, Court-land, was selected as the 2012 Hereford Herdsman of the Year at the Na-tional Western Stock Show (NWSS) in Denver. Sand-berg was selected for the award by his peers — other Hereford herdsmen and breeders — and was hon-ored prior to the selection of the supreme champion Hereford on January 14.

Sandberg grew up in Indiana showing crossbred and Simmental heifers and steers. He was active in 4-H and FFA in his hometown of Monon. He attended Kansas

State University, where he competed on the livestock judging team. While in school he met Kevin Jen-sen, Courtland, and started working for the Jensen fam-ily part-time. After graduat-ing from K-State in 2005, he moved to Courtland and started working for Jensen Bros. as their herdsman.

Sandberg has helped the Jensen family earn numerous purple banners through the years, but his responsibilities are far more than getting the show cattle ready. He helps oversee Jensen’s 300-head cow herd

as well as helps manage Jensen Genetics, a custom semen collection service.

“He is truly a herdsman at our place,” Jensen says. “He AIs (artificially insemi-nates) our cows, assists with bull collection, calves cows and helps with the day-to-day management.”

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“Looking back at his-tory and the guys who have come before me, they are some of the breed’s legend-ary breeders and fitters. They are people others call to get advice. It’s an honor to be part of that club,” he said.

Sandberg Herdsman of the Year

Eddie Sandberg, Courtland center, was named Herds-man of the Year at the Denver Stock Show. He is shown with members of the Kevin and Sheila Jensen family, who employ Sandberg in their cattle business.

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The Belleville TelescopeJanuary 31 2002

Kendra Lemon and Jac-queline Sheets mimicked Kendra Brown, 13, as Brown lead one of her twice-weekly dance classes at the Belleville National Guard Armory. The teenage entre-preneur worked with about 20 local students, using the skills she has learned to start her own business. Brown is the daughter of Bob and Rebecca Brown of Belleville.

The Lady Mustangs of Hillcrest High School picked up their tenth win of the season by defeating Jewell 63-28. Coring for Hillcrest were Holly Harris, Laura Trecek, Krista Marsicek, Kara Kolman, Krystina Bunch, Tabayea Kopsa, Katie Steinle, Sarah Reuter and Anna Cole.

Sweetheart candidates for Belleville High School are Ashley Phelps, Amber Nutsch, Jenilee Jensen, Miranda Brown and Laura Aaron and Jason Marsh, Benny Roelig, Jeremy Thayer, Chris Hansen, and Heath Burt.

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The Belleville TelescopeJanuary 30, 1992

Engles Clothing Store, Belleville, plans to add a line of junior girls' and women's causal line and sportswear, owner Alan Engle announced.

Farmers were pleading with KDOT for an access road around the new Port of Entry.

Over 400 antique enthusi-asts from a five state area turned out for the first auction Sunday in the new Waring Auction Cen-ter southwest of Belleville.

Downtown Scandia will gain two businesses this month. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark plan to open the grocery store in early February. Julie Housholder will move The Clothesline, a child-rens clothing store, from rural Scandia into a building on the north side of the downtown area.

The newly incorporated Belleville Public Library Founda-tion held its first meeting Janu-ary 21 at the library.

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The Scandia JournalFebruary 4, 1982

February 1 Marcia Klau-mann became the new Belleville Area Free University Coordi-nator upon the resignation of developer and five-semester coordinator Kathy Dunback, according to Board of Direc-tors president Bob Arbuthnot. The Free University began in 1979 and eventually grew to 117 teachers sharing skills with other members of the community of Belleville, and later throughout the county.

Pike Valley boys climaxed a four game week by beating the Waconda East Vikings 44-41 in the finals of the Pike Trail tour-ney at Mankato Friday Night. The Pike Valley girls advanced to the finals by beating Jewell and Esbon. They lost to the strong North Central team in the finals by a 63-56 score, having previ-ously upset the Cougars.

School Creek Journal—If my memory is correct, Pastor Pearson was 95 on January 2, a month ago. When Ralph and I visited them in 1975, we were so impressed with the scope of their activities. They have helped with many services and pastoral duties since they “retired” in October, 1956. They have added another quarter century of ser-vice to church and community.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 3, 1977

Dr. Roger McCartney, Bel-leville veterinarian, filed to run against Truman Johnson, the in-cumbent for mayor of Belleville. Johnson has held the office for two years.

Three men all in their late teens or early 20s are being held in the Ottawa County jail at Minneapolis as the result of lunch hour robbery attempts Monday at the United Bank of Minneapolis.

Cynthia L. Ward, Belleville High School Senior is attend-ing a week long study of the American Democratic process in Washington, D.C. President Carter in his job just over one week is slated to be among an impressive list of federal officials who during the coming week, are scheduled to address the del-egation. Cynthia is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James A. Ward.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 1, 1962

An injunction hearing was set to stop Belleville school District 14 from annexing District 43. An estimated 29 students are residents of District 43, which has a valuation of slightly less than $500,000. The board of education of District 14 voted to allow District 43 to annex to District 14 without having to pay on bonds already issued by District 14, which means that Dis-trict 43 would not have to pay on the new high school, nor on the new grade school building in Belleville.

The Belleville Post Office Department requested this week that Belleville residents please use their full addresses on letters. Ray Henderson, speaking for the post office, said that Belleville's growth and increase in number of mail dispatchers made it es-sential that the post office know the full names and addresses in order to see that the mail prop-erly reached its destination.

Construction of 15 homes in a new development near the Belleville high school building was announced this week by Eldon Saylor, Sanborn Lumber Company in Belleville. The homes will be Hillcrest manu-factured by Douglas Hill of Salina, and will be erected by the Sanborn Lumber company with part of the work sublet to the Charles Williams Construction company of Salina, Saylor said.

Belleville high school band, under the direction of Nelson King, is one of four bands from the state of Kansas invited to participate in the first annual Kansas State university Music Workshop, February 3.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 7, 1957

Members of the Republic county hospital committee met with Dr. P.L. Beiderwell and an architectural concern at two different meetings during the past week studying the county's hospital problem.

The Republic County Soil Conservation District will hold its annual meeting at the Belleville high school Monday afternoon, Fred Gleue, work unit conservationist announced this week.

A delegation including the

city manager, city attorney and several of the councilmen will go to Topeka in the near future to discuss with the state Board of Heath and the Attorney General the possibility of the city obtain-ing federal aid funds for con-structing the new disposal plant.

The escaped prisoners from Nebraska City, NE, county jail and the object of a two-state hunt by police last weekend, stopped in Belleville and Republic county during the hectic week-end that saw them kidnap the Jewell County Sheriff and take him 110 miles to Hoxie, where they left him handcuffed to his car.

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The Belleville TelescopeJanuary 29, 1942

The county-wide dental ex-aminations which are now being conducted included 259 students from Belleville senior and junior high schools Friday. Another 245 Belleville youngsters were examined in the kindergarten, grade and junior high school on Tuesday of the last week. At Talmo and Agenda Monday, 190 students were examined, while a dental clinic at Wayne and Cuba Tuesday reported 156 examinations.

Increased naval activity in the Southwest Pacific area by the U.S. Fleet has resulted in heavy Axis losses, according to reports since Sunday. The first of the United States expeditionary force of the second World War landed in Ireland Monday.

First prize for general excellence was awarded last week to The Telescope for the second consecutive year by the Kansas press Association in its second annual Better newspaper Con-tests among Kansas newspa-pers. Awards were made at the annual meeting of the Kansas Press association in Wichita last Saturday.

Alfred Kiser, who broke from the Republic county jail on the night of January 11, was arrested Monday by officers at Burley, ID, according to a telegram received by Sheriff H. S. Graham. His apprehension was effected as a result of notifica-tion sent out by Sheriff Graham to officers in Utah, Idaho, New Mexico and Washington.

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The Cuba TribuneFebruary 4, 1932

Rev. Louis Kvetensky of the Omaha United Brethren Church, will conduct a Bohe-mian service over station KFNF Shenandoah, IA, Sunday, Febru-ary 7 beginning at 4 p.m. The couple and their family spent their summer vacation in Cuba last year. During their stay, Rev. Kvetensky delivered a number of good sermons at the Presbyte-rian Church.

Friday night of this week the Republic High School basket ball teams come here for a double-header game. Cuba has not played Republic this year, as yet, because of the storm when the game there was to be played. Last year Cuba won two double headers from Republic, and now every indication points to a repi-tition of that feat this week.

The blackhanders who threatened violence to the George Nimocks family unless $1,000 was paid, remain at large and local officers apparently are no nearer a solution of the case than they were a week ago.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 3, 1927

Ole Johnson wealthy farmer of near Sherdahl. It is reported has taken over the entire town, located between Scandia and Republic. The prop-erty included the elevator store, stock of merchandise, dwell-ing property and one acre of ground. The deal was brought about by the fact that the farmer who owned the business has become indebted to Mr. Johnson in the sum of $18,000 and to secure himself he was obliged to take over the whole town.

Russian thistles a few days ago during a high wind accu-mulated to such an extent on a cut on County Road 23 near Jamestown that they completely blocked highway traffic. The county commissioners were noti-fied and burned the thistles and traffic resumed.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 1, 1912

Mr. J.N. Pierce and sister, Miss Harriet Wilson, propri-etors of the Metropolitan Mil-linery Store, sold their stock of goods to Miss Sula Brown of St. Louis and Mrs. Paul King of this city Monday.

George Fitzinger and George Munger, both of this city, have had a large number of men employed the past two weeks storing up ice. They report that they have cut more than 1,000 pounds of ice.

The first equal suffrage tea was given in Courtland on Friday at the home of Mrs. R.H. Galloway. About 50 ladies came to enjoy the afternoon and learn more about the equal suffrage movement.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 6, 1902

I.O. Savage's thermometer registered to below zero Tuesday morning.

This has been the longest sleighing season the people have enjoyed for a number of years. In fact the oldest settlers say it is the best they have been since this part of the country was first settled, Which means thirty years.

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The Cuba DaylightFebruary 5, 1892

Our city has been entirely destitute of an attorney at law since Wednesday evening. Our Eli being absent, attending court at the Hub.

Robert A. Walters has purchased the Frank Denk 80 acres farm northwest of town for $1,800. Real estate in Cuba's vicinity is looming up wonderful in the word—demand.

I.T. Melton and Bart Sim-mons left over the Rock Island last Wednesday evening with two cars of porkers for K.C. This was Bart's first trip to the river town, so he had to have an able bodied guard. Well, he got one.

C.W. Sense, having dis-posed of his blacksmith shop and tools to J. Opocensky and Co. (whose advertisement appears in this issue) says he is now pre-pared to do all kinds of building from a corn crib to an immense

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary , 1882

A beautiful snow fell on Monday and the school children had a merry time snow balling.

Almost every available building in town has been filled with ice, and the cry is still for more.

Mr. John Gregg, of Farmington township, has lost 22 head of cattle this winter. It is supposed that they were poisoned.

Mr. A.B. Bachelor has sold his stock of general merchandise to Mr. A.N. Stinson, who will run a store at Mr. Stinson's farm one and one-half miles from Mr. Bachelor's old place of business.

The question for debate Friday evening is “Resolved that woman is man's equal, morally

, physically and intellectually.” Everybody should attend as the meetings of the society are very interesting and the question for Friday evening is one that is interesting to every person.

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The Belleville TelescopeFebruary 1, 1877

We wish all true Bellevillians to work up the railroad bond question at once and we will have a railroad through Republic county before next January.

What has become of the company organized to collect monthly payments to keep the public pumps in order? The pumps on the northwest corner have not been working for sometime.

Since the Central Branch railroad has been completed to Washington almost double the number of travelers having the occasion to visit our country pass through by that route.

The home of Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Whitney of White Rock was burned last Friday to the ground. The Whitney's were absent from the home at the time the blaze started.

The Telescope’s editor and County Clerk Perry visited at the state house last week. They found the representatives from this county compare very favor-ably with other representatives of the state.

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(First published in The Belleville Telescope,

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iN thE district court oF rEpuBlic couNty, KaNsas

In the Matter of the Estate of Case No. 12PR3Belva E. Morgan, Deceased

(Proceedings pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 59)

NoticE oF hEariNG aNd NoticE to crEditors

THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:

You are hereby notified that on January 12, 2012, a Petition was filed in this Court by James Waters, as the Executor named in the Last Will and Testament of Belva E. Morgan, de-ceased, dated September 23, 2002, praying the Will filed with the Petition be admitted to probate and record; Petitioner be appointed as Executor, without bond; and Petitioner be grant-ed Letters Testamentary.

You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before February 10, 2012, at 10:00 o’clock A.M. in the District Court, in the City of Belleville, Republic Coun-ty, 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 Petition.

All creditors of the decedent are notified to exhibit their demands against the Estate within four months from the date of first publication of this Notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred.

James WatersPetitioner

HAMPTON & ROYCE, L.C.United Building, Ninth FloorP.O. Box 1247Salina, Kansas 67402-1247

(First published in The Belleville Telescope,

Thursday, January 26, 2012)3t

NoticE to coNtractors

The Republic County Commis-sioners will receive bids for the res-toration of historic aluminum and steel windows on the north side of the Republic County Courthouse, located in the city square of Belleville, Kan-sas. This project is funded in part by a Heritage Trust Fund grant adminis-tered by the Kansas State Historical Society (KSHS). The project is locat-ed on property listed on the National Register of Historic Places. All work must comply with the Secretary of In-terior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.

Bids will be received until 10:00 AM on the 27th day of February 2012, in the Republic County Commission-ers Chambers located on the lower level of the Republic County Court-house, Belleville, KS. Bids received after this date and hour will not be considered and will be returned un-opened. Oral, telegraphic, facsimile nor telephonic proposals or modifica-tions will NOT be received nor con-sidered.

The project consists of restora-tion and repair of historic aluminum and steel windows including insect screens.

Plans and specifications will be on file with the County and the Architect. They may also be examined at the following locations:

* Campbell & Johnson Engineers PA, 113 West 7th Street, Concor-dia, KS* Reed Construction Data 30 Technology Parkway S, #50, Norcross, GA* Salina Chamber of Commerce, 120 W Ash, Salina, KSCopies of the contract documents

(specifications and plans) will be held for interested parties at the office of the Architect: CAMPBELL & JOHN-SON ENGINEERS PA, 113 West 7th Street, Concordia, KS 66901 af-ter January 11, 2012 for $30.00. A bid bond for the amount of not less than 5% of the total amount of the bid made payable to Republic County Commission will be required to be submitted with each bid. Bid Bonds will be released when a contract has been awarded or the project has been terminated prior to construction. No bidder may withdraw his bid for at least forty-five (45) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of the bids. Statutory, Performance and Maintenance Bonds will also be required. No two party bonds will be accepted.

Should you find any discrepan-cies, omissions, ambiguities, or conflicts in or among the contract documents or be in doubt as to their meaning, bring questions to our at-tention no later than seven days prior to the date for receipt of bids. The Architect will review the question and where information sought is not clearly indicated or specified, he will issue an addendum that will become a part of the contract. Neither Owner nor the Architect will be responsible for any oral instructions.

As a condition precedent to the contract award, the Owner is not ob-ligated to accept the lowest or any other bid. The bids will be awarded without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disabilities, or marital status. All contractors will be responsible for full compliance with the federal and state labor laws.

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(First published in The Belleville Telescope,

Thursday, February 2, 2012)1t

NoticE oF hEariNG For vacatioN oF road

To Whom It May Concern:Pursuant to K.S.A. 68-102a, you

are notified that the Board of County Commissioners of Republic County, Kansas, at the regular meeting of said board, to be held on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., in the County Commissioners Office in the Republic County Courthouse, Belleville, Kansas will consider va-cation of a certain county road de-scribed to wit:

Proceeding from the intersection of Willow Road and Wayne Lane, this road goes south for one half mile to the William Borchardt property line. This road closure is due to the closure of County Bridge 21.5-W.3 which will not be repaired or replaced at any time. The 21.5-W.3 bridge is located about one quarter mile south of the intersection of Willow Road and Wayne Lane. The closed portion

785-827-7251Attorneys for Petitioner

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(First published in The Belleville Telescope,

Thursday, February 2, 2012)3t

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF REPUBLIC COUNTY, KANSAS

In the Matter of the Estate of Case No. 12-PR-06Frank J. Filipi, Jr. deceased

NoticE oF hEariNG aNdNoticE to crEditors

THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:

You are hereby notified that on January 31, 2012, a petition was filed in this Court by Debra Filipi-Webber and Todd Filipi, as heirs of Frank J. Filipi, Jr., deceased, praying that Ad-ministration be ordered upon said es-tate; Letters of Administration under the Kansas Simplified Estates Act be issued to Debra Filipi-Webber and Todd Filipi, as Co-Administrators.

You are further advised under the provisions of the Kansas Simplified Estates Act the Court need not super-vise administration of the Estate, and no notice of any action of the Admin-istrator or other proceedings in the administration will be given, except for notice of final settlement of dece-dent’s estate.

You are further advised if written objections to simplified administration are filed with the court, the court may order that supervised administration ensue.

You are required to file your writ-ten defenses thereto on or before February 24, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. in the District Court, in Belleville, Re-public County, Kansas, at which time and place the cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgement and decree will be entered in due course upon the petition.

All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the Estate within four months from the date of the first publication of this notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred.

Debra Filipi-Webber and Todd FilipiPetitioners

Douglas G. Simms, S.C. No. 07487of SWOYER & SIMMS1830 M. Street, P.O. Box 39Belleville, Kansas 66935Phone (785) 527-5316Attorney for Petitioners

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(First published in The Belleville Telescope,

Thursday, February 2, 2012)3t

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF REPUBLIC COUNTY, KANSAS

John Popelka and Terri Popelka,husband and wife, Plaintiffs, Case No.v. 12-CV-01

of the road and 60 foot road right-of-way will be given back to the current landowners, Stanley and Joan Krohn, who own the land on both sides of the above described road.

Republic County will not have any responsibilities on the official half mile of road closure on the North end of the land described as the North half of Section 21, T-4-S, R-2-W.

You are notified that you may ap-pear at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, the 21st day of February, 2012 to be heard with reference to the proposed vaca-tion of said road.

Republic County Commissioners2-2

Bradley J. Broxterman, Andrea L. Broxterman, husband and wife, P.O. Box 102, Axtell, KS 66403; Leach Camper Sales of Lincoln, Inc., 2727 Cornhusker Hwy., Lincoln, NE 68504; Darrell S. Rayburn, 7025 Yosemite Drive, Lincoln, Nebraska 68504; Dar-rell S. Rayburn, 4200 Holly Road, Lincoln, Nebraska 68502; Tierone Bank, P.O. Box 83009, Lincoln, NE 68501; and the unknown heirs, exec-utors, administrators, devisees, trust-ees, creditors, and assigns of any deceased defendant; the unknown spouses of any defendants; the un-known guardians, conservators, and trustees of any defendants who are minors or are under any legal disabili-ty; and the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devisees, trustees, creditors, and assigns of any person alleged to be deceased, Defendants.

Petition Filed Pursuant to K.S.A. Chapter 60

NoticE oF hEariNG

THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED:

You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in the District Court of Republic County, Kansas, by John Popelka and Terri Popelka, Plaintiffs, praying for an order quiet-ing the title to the followin described personal property:

1999 Prowler LS Model 29B Travel Trailer, VIN# 1EC1B2928X4272212

The Petition further seeks and order holding the Plaintiffs to be the owner of fee simple title to the above-described personal property, free of all right, title, and interest of the above named Defendants, and all other per-sons who are or may be concerned, and that they and each of them be forever barred and foreclosed of and from all right, title, interest, lien, es-tate or equity of redemption in or to the above-described personal prop-erty, or any thereof.

You are hereby required to plead to said Petition on or before April 2, 2012, at 2:00 o’clock p.m., in said Court, at Belleville, in Republic Coun-ty, 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.

John PopelkaTerri Popelka

PREPARED & SUBMITTED BY:Regine L. Thompson, S.C. #17852Thompson & Thompson, P.A.310 4th Street, P.O. Box 166Scandia, KS 66966-0166(785) 335-2248 (telephone)(785) 335-2502 (facsimile)Attorney for Plaintiffs

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K-State Research and Extension, River Valley District is conducting a Planning for the Future Conference focusing on “Passing on the Family Farm or Agri-Business from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday March 31, 2012 on the campus of Cloud County Community College in Concordia.

The program will kick off at 9:30 a.m. with Keynote speakers Ron Hanson from the University of Nebraska and Roger McEowen from Iowa State University.

Hanson, sponsored by Central National Bank and Central National Wealth and Trust Management Services, draws on years of experience working with farm families and shares many funny, and some not-so-funny, tales of fam-ily farm estate planning. In contrast, McEowen, who is sponsored by the RVED, offers a wealth of experience working with farmers, farm families, and farm entities on the legal and tax aspects of the farm estate plan-ning process. McEowen will outline the key concepts and issues affecting farm

Do you market at Farm-ers Markets or have an-other type of small business enterprise? Maybe you are thinking about adding similar enterprises to your operation. Experienced marketers and beginners alike are encouraged to attend “NCKS Commercial Enterprises: Production, Marketing, Management” that will be held on Sat-urday, February 25 at the Washington High School located at 115 North D St.

“This is a professional development opportunity for anyone who’s either growing fruits and vegetables as a business or who is consid-ering such an enterprise,” said David Coltrain, horti-culture agent with the K-State Research and Exten-sion River Valley District.

The day features three general session presenta-tions, including:

• Direct Marketing Strategies – Mykel Taylor, K-State agricultural econo-mist.

• Move Your Hobby Enterprise to a Business – David Coltrain, K-State River Valley Extension Dis-trict agent.

• Produce Auction: Could it Work Here? – Tim Baker, University of Mis-souri Extension.

Participants can also at-tend three different break-out sessions from a choice of 20 topics. Speakers

NCKS CommercialEnterprises Conference

include growers, as well as university specialists and extension agents.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the confer-ence will adjourn at 4:00 p.m. The cost to attend, which includes lunch, is $25 if paid by Feb. 15, or $35 if paid after that date. Students as well as family and business partners may register for $10. if paid by Feb. 15.

The conference is spon-sored by K-State Research and Extension, Washington County Farm Bureau and the North Central Kansas Specialty Crop Project. It is funded in part through rural business development tax credits, administered by the Kansas Department of Commerce and as invested by the North Central Re-gional Planning Commission and North Central Kansas Community Network.

Contact David Coltrain, River Valley Extension District Agent, at 785-325-2121 or email [email protected] for a conference bro-chure or if you have ques-tions.

K-State Research and Extension is committed to making its services, activi-ties, and programs acces-sible to all participants. If you have special require-ments due to a physical, vision or hearing disability, please contact David Col-train at 785-325-2121.

Planning for theFuture Conference

succession planning. Following a noon ban-

quet-style meal the after-noon will be filled with breakout sessions where participants can attend three of ten possible op-tions.

Breakout sessions are being sponsored by The Citizens National Bank Trust Department, Ameri-can Ag Credit, and Peoples Exchange Bank. The breakouts include: How Much Did Your Lawyer Cost Our Family Farm Estate? - Hanson, Wills and Trusts-The Basics of the Planning Process - Mc-Eowen, Planning for the Next Ranching Generation - Producer Panel Discus-sion, FamilyTALK:Making it Work - Charlotte Shoup Olson, Can Junior Really Come Home to the Farm? - Kevin Herbel, What if the “What If” Actually Happens to Your Family? - Hanson, Estate Planning-Temporary Certainty – McEowen, Con-tinuing Your Family Farm Legacy: Time for Your Ques-tions – Hanson, Summer Ranch and Range Intern-ship – CCCC, Charitable Giving - Gordon Dowell, K-State Foundation.

Morning refreshments are being sponsored by United Bank & Trust with afternoon refreshments sponsored by The Citizens National Bank Trust De-partment. Registration fees includes a banquet-style noon lunch in addition to the notebook materials.

Preregistration for the event is required to any River Valley Extension office by March 19th. Contact any local extension office or visit www.rivervalley.ksu.edu for registration brochures and informational flyers and information on registration fees: Belleville – 785-527-5084 Clay Center – 785-632-5335 Concordia – 785-243-8185 or Washington – 785-325-2121.

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By Veronica BarringtonTelescope Staff

Charlie Smies says he’s never won anything in his life.

So no one was more surprised than Smies when Pike Valley elementary student Clayton Carlgren, Courtland, son of Ryan and Lori Carlgren, drew his name as the winner of a ceremonial bison skull commissioned as a fundraiser by the Friends of the Pawnee Indian Village.

Smies, a member of the Friends of the Pawnee Indian Village, and Judy Bryant, owners of White Rock Buffalo Ranch in rural Courtland, commissioned the skull and donated to be given away to help raise funds the group will use to assist the museum with maintenance and upkeep not funded by the Kansas State Historical Society.

“The Friends of Pawnee Indian Museum play an active role in the site’s events and fundraising efforts,” says museum director Richard Gould. The Friends have supported the museum for least 25 years, he says.

In addition to fundraising, the group assists with

A ceremonial painted bison skull won by Charlie Smies, Courtland, will be on display at the Pawnee Indian Village Museum near Republic this winter. They are shown with museum curator Richard Gould (right)

Telescope Photo/Veronica Barrington

Luck of the drawWinner will share bison skull with Republic museum

financial support of projects, exhibits, and special events, he says. The group also provides volunteers for special events and helps with larger school tours.

“With cuts its budget by the State of Kansas, The Friends of the Pawnee Indian Village want to do all we can to ensure the museum remains viable now and into the future,” Bryant says.

Eighteen people were in attendance for the drawing January 27.

“I’ve never won anything ever,” Smies says. After consulting with Gould, he will leave the skull on display at the museum for two months before bringing it home to White Rock Buffalo Ranch.

It joins another temporary exhibit, Gould says. Currently, visitors can view a display of Kiowa and Cheyenne ledger art, available until the end of April.

“Kiowa and Cheyenne warriors would create ledger art depicting their exploits while in prison back east,” Gould says. “Some of the art features drawings of the Pawnee, who were

enemies of the Kiowa and Cheyenne.”

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