Janet G. Morrison to Janet G. Morrison, Trustee of the Flying J Trust, a Tract of land in the SW Quarter of Section 21, Township 6 South, Range 3 West of the 6th P.M. in Cloud County Kansas, less two tracts. See Record.
Edwin R. Fuller and Sandra K. Fuller to M. Rex Fuller and Charlotte L. Fuller, Lots 5, 6, and 7 in Block 45 North Addition to the City of Miltonvale, Cloud County Kansas.
Anderson Farms Inc and Richard P. Anderson, President to William R. Weaver and Patricia J. Weaver, Section 31, Township 7, Range 2, all of the NE Quarter and the North one half of the SE Quarter. See Record.
JCS Quality Properties, LLC to Michael G. Stueder, the East 66 feet of the West 110 feet of Lot 2 in Block 56 in the City of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
Angela R. Martin to Angela R. Martin, Trust No. 1 and Angela R. Martin, Trustee, Section 20, Township 8, Range 5, all of the NW Quarter.
Marlon S. Bergin and Karen M. Bergin to Wheat Stalk, LLC, Section 13, Township 8, Range 3, all of the NE Quarter; SE Quarter of the NW Quarter; NW Quarter SE Quarter and East one half SE Quarter.
Quit Claims Deeds:
Joleen Fisher to Rentals for Retirement Inc., Lots 9 and 10 in Block 64 in the City of Concordia; Lot 8 in Block 48 in the City of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof; and Lots 28 and 29 in Block 138 in the City of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof and that portion of vacated Seventh Street adjoining said lots on the South thereof.
Melvin D. Steinle and M. Elizabeth Steinle to Gerald H. Gallagher Revocable Trust dated April 28, 1993 trustee and Mary Jane Gallagher Revocable Trust dated April 28 1993 Trustee, all of Lots 4, 5, and 6 in Block One of C.I. Gould’s Addition to the City of Jamestown, Cloud County Kansas.
Transfer on Death Deeds:
Harvey G. Melby and Betty J. Melby to Steven G. Melby and Lydia M. Steinlage, Section 19, Township 8, Range 3, all of the NE Quarter.
Boyd D. Thoman and Linda L. Thoman to Jeffrey Boyd Thoman, Kevin Wayne Thoman and Kathleen Ann Farmer, The West half of Lot 5 and all of Lot 6 in Block 77 in Concordia, Cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
Betty Jo Lowman, Senior Trustee and Citizens National Bank KFA Cloud County Bank & Trust Corporate Trustee to Thomas O. Zugelder, all of Lot 18 in Block 27 in the City of Concordia, Cloud county Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
Frances Lee Harbaugh Trust to Joleen Fisher, Lots 28 and 29 in block 138 in the City of Concordia, cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof and that portion of vacated Seventh Street adjoining daid lots on the South thereof.
Gerald H. Gallagher, Trustee and Mary Jane Gallagher Trustee and Gerald H. and Mary Jane Gallagher Revocable Trust to Stephen D. Mossburgh and Tanya L. Mossburgh, Lost Creek Estates, all of Lots One and Two in Lost Creek Estates, a part of the NorthWest Quarter of 5-6-3. See Record.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
By H.E. Smith
How well I remember that dismal November night. Some vague presentiment of evil weighed upon my heart, as I sat alone in the twilight. There was nothing apparently to make me gloomy. On the contrary, I ought to have been more than usually cheerful; had I not received a delicious promise from Katie Nelson that very afternoon?
It seemed to be odd, to be sure, that a gray-haired widower like myself was to marry this girl of eighteen. Her mother had been a housekeeper in our family, but died soon after Katie’s birth. It happened that she was adopted by us, as we had not children of our own. My wife treated her kindly, but without much warmth of feeling. Anastasia was of such a peculiar disposition that I actually believed she was jealous of this infant.
Poor Anastasia! She warned me solemnly on her death-bed never to marry again, and threatened to rise from her grave in case of such an event. Katie was in her tenth year when my wife died. I sent her away to a boarding school; and, as business called me abroad, did not see her again until my return, eight years afterwards. I was somewhat bewildered to find a lovely woman, instead of the little girl I had left in short dresses. Of course you can guess the sequel. I fell in love with this charming adopted daughter. There was something in the frank tenderness of her manner that completely won my heart.
It was evident that she was deeply attached to me. I could not help seeing how much higher she valued my society than that of my nephew, Charles Raymond, who had accompanied me from abroad. She never addressed him except in monosyllables and would flush all over with embarrassment if he but entered the room. With me, she was always self-possessed, and so talkative and sociable that I could not help pitying Charlie. He was really quite good-looking, and I used to wonder sometimes at her antipathy. Poor fellow; how I dreaded to tell him of my approaching happiness. It would be a great blow to his hopes, for he had expected to inherit my fortune.
Register of Deeds
District Court Traffic All Subtypes, Nov. 18-24 The following people received fine for Speeding: Christopher O. Bowles, Tabitha B. Dunham, Joseph C. Ebert, Everardo Escamilla-Valdivia, Wilbur N. Gregory, Susan J. Lassiter, Angelina L. Lintecum, Gust H. Nelson, Michael Dean Pounds,... [More]
Police Dept. Report Accidents—Officers investigated a two vehicle accident at 1:35 p.m., Nov. 20, in the parking lot in the 1500 block of Lincoln St. involving vehicles driven by Ronalda L. Copple, Concordia, and Blake M. Woodyard, Blue Rapids. Officers investigated a two... [More]
District Court CRIMINAL Everardo Escamilla-Valdivia appeared Nov. 23 and was found guilty of speeding, 80/70 and no driver's license on person. For the speeding charge, he was ordered to pay a fine of $45 and costs of the action, $108. For the no driver's license charge, he was... [More]
Bolting to a big lead, the Cloud County Thunderbirds cruised to a 91-52 win over Hesston College Tuesday night in Bryant Gymnasium. Cloud County scored the first 16 points of the game, and held Hesston scoreless for better than six minutes on its way to a fourth consecutive victory.... [More]
It took the Cloud County Thunderbirds more work than expected to get through their final tuneup prior to the start of Jayhawk Conference play. Cloud County needed a barrage of three-point baskets during a seven minute stretch in the second half to rally past a pesky... [More]
Dear Editor, On November 30, 2015, the Board of Trustees (BOT) at Cloud County Community College (CCCC) presumably will decide whether (1) to deactivate the men's soccer program and initiate men's wrestling at CCCC or (2) to let the athletic program remain as it is... [More]
Our daily bread . . . Another Thanksgiving gives us all a chance to think about the many blessings which have been ours in the past eventful years. This pre-Thanksgiving was special for two families as we came together for the wedding of Ronda and Bill. Her... [More]