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Hays Daily News (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Hays, KansasLa Crosse livestock Market inc. For Market report and Early consignments go to our website wow. Lacrosse livestock. Com for More information Call the Sale barn at 785 222 2586 or Frank Seidel at 785 650 4919 daily updates @ wow. Lacrosse livestock. Com Frank Seidel Box 657, la Crosse is 67548 0657 Public notices As taxpayers and citizens we have a right to know about decisions and activities of our government. Public notices Are legally required publications of certain important government records and of court proceedings and notifications. To View these notices online go to wow. A news. Net classifieds Public notices published in the Hays daily news september 2, 2015 ordinance no. 3901 an ordinance annexing land to the City of Hays Kansas. Whereas the following described land adjoins the City of Hays Kansas whereas written consent for annexation of the following described land signed by All of the owners thereof has been filed with the City of Hays Kansas pursuant to k. S. A. 12 520 and whereas the governing body of the City of Hays Kansas finds it advisable to Annex such land. Now therefore be it ordained by the governing body of the City of Hays Kansas Section 1. Pursuant to k. S. A. 12 520 a 7 the following described land is hereby annexed and made part of the City of Hays Kansas that part of the Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section Twenty 20township thirteen 13 South Range eighteen 18 West of the 6th principal Meridian Ellis county Kansas described As follows a tract of land beginning at a Point 30 feet North and 30 feet West of the Southeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section Twenty 20township thirteen 13 South Range eighteen 18 West of the 6th p. M. Thence northerly on a line parallel to the East line of said Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section Twenty 20a distance of 209.5 feet thence West at right angles a distance of 209.5 feet thence southerly at right angles a distance of 209.5 feet thence Easterly at right Angels a distance of 209.5 feet to the place of beginning except the following tracts deeded for Road purposes a tract of land in the Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section Twenty 20township thirteen 13 South Range eighteen 18 West of the 6th p. M. In Ellis county Kansas and More particularly described As follows commencing at the Southeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section 20, township 13 South Range 18 West thence on an assumed bearing of North 01 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds East along the East line of said Southwest Quarter so 4 a distance of 30.0 feet to the Point of beginning thence on a bearing of North 89 degrees 58 minutes 07seconds West a distance of 239.50 feet thence on a bearing of North 01 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds East a distance of 20.00 feet thence on a bearing of South 89 degrees 58 minutes 07 seconds East a distance of 239.5 feet to the East line of said Southwest Quarter so 4 thence on a bearing of South 01 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds West along the East line of Southwest Quarter so 4 a distance of 20.00 feet to the Point of beginning and a tract of land in the Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section Twenty 20township thirteen 13 South Range eighteen 18 West of the 6th p. M. In Ellis county Kansas and More particularly described As follows commencing at the Southeast Corner of the Southwest Quarter so 4 of Section 20, township 13 South Range 18 West thence on an assumed bearing of North 01 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds East along the East line of said Southwest Quarter a distance of 50.00 feet to the Point of beginning thence on a bearing of North 89 degrees 58 minutes 07 seconds West a distance of 30 feet thence on a bearing of North 01 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds East a distance of 189.50 feet thence on a bearing of South 89 degrees 58 minutes 07 seconds East a distance of 30.00 feet to the East line of said Southwest Quarter so 4 thence on a bearing of South 01 degrees 02 minutes 46 seconds West along the East line of said Southwest Quarter so 4 a distance of 189.50 feet to the Point of beginning Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in Force from and after its publication in the official City newspaper. Passed and approved by the governing body of the City of Hays Kansas this 27th Day of August 2015. Eber Phelps mayor attest Brenda Kitchen City clerk Seal first published in the Hays daily news september 2, 2015 notice to creditors pursuant to k. S. A. 58a 818 to All persons concerned you Are notified that Alexia Brungardt died on july 9, 2015. The decedent was the Grant or of the Lawrence and Alexia Brungardt living Trust dated june 14, 1996, survivors Trust a. Margaret Ann Carlson Samuel j. Brungardt and Jacqueline m. Prickett Are successor co trustees. The successor co trustees have the Power to pay the outstanding debts of the decedent from the Trust property upon receipt of proper proof of the debts. In accordance with k. S. A. 58a 818, creditors of the decedent must present claims for such debts to the trustee in writing within the later of four 4 months from the Date of the first publication of notice or thirty 30 Days after receipt of actual notice if the identity of the creditor is known or reasonably ascertainable by the trustee. If a creditor fails to present such claims to the trustee within such prescribed time period the creditor will be forever barred As against the trustee and the Trust property. J. Randall Clinkscales Clinkscales elder Law practice p. A. Attorney for Margaret a. Carlson Samuel j. Brungardt and Jacqueline m. Prickett successor co trustees of the Lawrence and Alexia Brungardt living Trust dated june14, 1996 Margaret a. Carlson Samuel j. Brungardt and Jacqueline m. Prickett a o Clinkscales elder Law practice p. A. P. O. Box 722 Hays Kansas 67601 785.625.8040 last published in the Hays daily news september 16, 2015 f o r m e n & w o m e n 785 621 4905 1109 1111 main thurs. Sat. 10 6 sunday 1 5 closed monday for labor Day shorts tops sweaters outerwear handbags scarves suits sportswear much More labor Day weekend Sale 50 % 60 % 75 % huge selection menus and a omens fall and summer apparel member Odic offer valid 7/ 1/ 15 9/ 30/ 15 and May be cancelled without notice. Offer applies Only to new personal checking households that open a spend & sign & save ass checking & savings account package. Ass savings account annual percentage yield 0.03% for balances under $ 2,500. 0.06% for balances $ 2,500-$ 9,999. 0.09% for balances $ 10,000-$ 24,999. 0.12% for balances $ 25,000. Rates accurate at Date of production and subject to change without notice. Minimum $ 100 to open. Bonus deposited into account at time of account opening. Customer will receive a 1099 int for Bonus. Not valid with any other offer. Maximum donation $ 50,000. 1010 e. 27th St. 4720 Roth ave. Hays 785.625.8888 just open a spend & sign & save account. Every time you swipe your debit card Well donate 5� to big Brothers big Sisters. Learn More at Sunflower Bank. Com plus i t was a Long time ago when my husband Bill and i moved to Hays. And it is True that we came for Only one year. I needed Only one Quarter to be vested in Kypers retirement plan or i would lose nine years of investment by my previous employer. We then planned on moving to Loveland colo., where our daughter and family lived. Talk about Best made plans. Now As we prepare to move after 31 years in Hays we look Back on those years and truly know How wonderful they were. Some years Back we were returning to Hays from a vacation in Colorado where i had grown up and lived for 22 years. I looked Back at those Majestic peaks the Rockies and recalled the Many years i had viewed them and loved them without respite. A Well. It was not uncommon to hear people say How Barren and ugly Kansas is As they came from Colorado. We have All heard that comment i am sure. But it is not True. We had then lived for 30 years in Colby raised our family worked played and loved that area. A fond reminisces of our wonderful Kansas life. As we continued our drive Home to Hays the Golden wheat Fields swayed in unison As if to Welcome us Home the azure Blue of the sky with its puffy White Clouds was More Beautiful than anyone could Ever imagine. Yes the Beauty of Kansas was and is real. These past 31 years in Hays were spent in the midst of wonderful Church Community members neighbors children growing from babes to adults with their own Beautiful families. The caring for All was evident in so Many times and circumstances. We shared wonderful experiences but also the sad times that Greet us All As we live our lives. And so As we Welcome hesitantly our new adventure we leave with some sad thoughts but also knowing it is our attitude that gives us courage for change. New adventures Widen our horizons and give us the Opportunity to meet new friends and neighbors and be closer to our daughter and family. We will miss Hays and All it has meant to us but Are so thankful for All we have experienced the doors that have opened to new experiences and friends and the Beauty of our Kansas land. I do not believe in saying goodbye but can Only say with All my heart til we meet again dear friends and neighbors and fellow kansans. We will always treasure our Kansas memories for they have helped make us whom we Are. And so once again til we meet again May god hold you in his Loving hands and May our lives reflect his love for us in each other. For we Are truly blessed. I have always loved the saying no door closes without another door opening unless we spend so much time looking at the closed door that we do not see those doors that Are opening for us. God bless us All god bless our wonderful country America and May we All reflect what America truly Means to us for it is the Best and greatest country in the world. God bless our servicemen and women and their families As they serve to keep us Safe. Yes til we meet again. Ruth Moriarity is a member of the generations advisory group. The Beauty of Kansas was and is real r uth m Moriarity g generations special to the Hays daily news Natoma Lions club officers pastor Michael Schmidt and Terry Tucker posted the invitation for the annual event saturday through monday recently on a marquee sign in the Small town of Natoma. Labor Day weekend cars tractors and motorcycles will cruise into Natoma with family and friends for the annual event on Kansas Highway 18 in Paradise Valley to celebrate 127 years of Pioneer heritage. Labor Day weekend begins with a saturday open House hosted by the City Library with a Book signing Art Competition exhibit every hero has a Story and historical Twilight tour of Natoma. On sunday evening the Library will provide an outdoor movie night. On labor Day the heritage seekers will Host a breakfast at 7 a. M. A 5k run will be at 8 a. M. Childrens games at 9 a. M. Fca greased pig contest car show 9 a. M. American legion auxiliary veterans exhibit every hero has a Story and silent auction 10 a. M. Lions club picnic in the Park and beef bundle drawing 11 a. M. 1965 class reunion 11 a. M. Labor Day Celebration Parade 2 p. M. Throughout the Day visitors can see the Hachmeister exotic animals visit the historical museum and Library yes Art exhibits car show in the Park shop on the Corner Vendor Booths and ride in the nex tech train. A free evening Barbecue will be at 5 30 p. M. South wind Bank of Natoma will feature music by 4 told. The Lions club will present the citizen of the year award. For information Contact mayor Dale Eick Hoff City Hall 785 885 4833 car show Benefit 785 885 4598 or Terry Tucker 785 885 4116. Generations t he h ays d Aily n news w Edn essays ept. 2, 2015 a5 Natoma prepares to celebrate labor Day weekend Laah Tucker c Courtesy photo Natoma Lions club officers pastor Michael Schmidt and Terry Tucker posted the invitation to come celebrate labor Day in Natoma. The annual event celebrates 127 years of Pio Neer heritage. A annual event slated for this weekend in Small town Send Community news to the Hays daily news at newsroom daily news. Net

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