Courthouse 12-12-13

District Court
CIVIL
Settled:
Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. received a judgment of $2,727.18 plus interest and costs from Jeff J. Newell, Concordia.

LIMITED CIVIL
Settled:
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $3,063.87 plus costs and interest from Trisity Pope, Clyde.
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $131.42 plus interest and costs from Melinda Bergstrom, Clyde.
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $228.66 plus interest and costs from Eric LeDuc, Concordia.
Credit Management Services, Inc. received a judgment of $320.46 plus interest from Kevin Weber, Jamestown.
Credit Management Services, Inc. received a judgment of $379.17 plus interest and costs from Michael Mackay, Concordia.
Credit Management Services, Inc. received a judgment of $1,238.54 plus interest and costs from Brian Nelson, Jamestown.
Credit Management Services, Inc. received a judgment of $1,833.22 plus interest and costs from Aaron Clairmont, Concordia.
Calvary SPV I LLC received a judgment of $3,640.29 plus interest and costs from Amanda Waterman, Concordia.
Scott R. Condray, Chtd. received a judgment of $8,618.06 plus interest and costs from Lydia Adee White, Hutchinson.
Central National Bank received a judgment of $1,025.59 plus costs and interest from Terry J. and Tricia Hayne, Concordia.
Central National Bank received a judgment of $649.03 plus interest and costs from Kevin Wayne Wright, Concordia.
Filed:
Credit Management Services Inc seeks a judgment of $200.18 plus interest and costs from Racheal Cairns, Concordia.

SMALL CLAIMS
Filed:
City of Jamestown seeks a judgment of $131.96  from Cole Williams, Bennington.

TRAFFIC
All Subtypes
Dec. 4-10
The following people received fines for speeding: Janelle R. Arrasmith, Leonard Cararina, Kenneth D. Crump, Leigh A. Doane, Camerine LA Flores, Matthew R. Goodson, Lynne Imboden, Michael H. Isernhagen, Chris Lyberis, Brandon Wayne McVey, Michael Price, Bradley Clayton Pryor, Barry M. Purdy, Blake A. Quillen, Frank B. Slangal, Walter W. St. Pierre, Andrew J. Storie, Jarvis R. Velez, Brandon R. Williams, $141; Kara D. Blackhawk, Michael C Wagner, $171; Cheng C. Hong, $177; Paul A. Londenberg, $153; Dennis B. Reedy, $159; Melissa M. Whiteley, $142.
Receiving fines for other violations were: David D. Hedberg, Vehicles; unlawful registration, $227; Garrett Lee Peterson, driving under the influence, first conviction, $163, deferred adjudication.

LEGAL TRANSFERS
Warranty Deeds:
Dana A. Embree to Lola A. Franek and Thomas Franek, lots 6 and 7 except the east 53 feet of lot 7 in block 2 of the first addition to the city of Glasco Cloud County Kansas.
Scott W. Thyfault and Landee A. Thyfault to Dennis K. Wathke Jr. and Angela M. Wathke, lot 3 in block 9 in the city of Jamestown, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.; Tract 1— A tract of land in what is commonly called tract "D" in the north half southeast quarter 22-5-5, see record; Tract II— A tract of land in the north half southeast quarter of 22-5-5, see record.
Sean C. McDonald and Heather J. McDonald to Scott W. Thyfault and Landee A. Thyfault, a tract of land in the northwest quarter of 2-5-5, containing 5.7 acres more or less inclusive of 0.5 acres of road right-of-way, see record.
Daniel L. Haist to Nolan Buckley and Patricia Buckley, northwest quarter of northwest quarter 15-6-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas according to the record plat thereof.
Nolan Buckley and Patricia Buckley to Daniel L. Haist, northwest quarter of northwest quarter of 15-6-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas more fully described as: see record.
Jeanne Christenson Major, Steve T. Major, Kelli J. Christenson and Joe Calaway to Ethel L. Vaughan revocable trust and Doris L. Winteroth, trustee, the north 60 acres of the northeast quarter of section 10-5-5 west of the 6th P.M. in Cloud County Kansas.
Janet Andrews, Charles E. Andrews and Holly Andrews to Frederich D. Hirsch and Patricia Hirsch, west half of lot 5 and all of lot 6 of block 8 in W.R. West addition to the town of Delray, now city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
Transfer on Death Deed:
Jack Gould to James Gould, Richard Gould, Lee Gould and Robert Gould, lot 13 in block 2 in Lost Creek Hills an addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.
Trustees Deed:
Jack Gould, trustee, and Phyllis Gould trust U/A to Jack Gould, lot 13 in block 2 in Lost Creek Hills an addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.
Quit Claim Deeds:
Sarah E. Zimmer fka Sarah E. McLallen to Scott W. Thyfault and Landee A. Thyfault, lot 3 in block 9 in the city of Jamestown, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Scott W. Thyfault and Landee A. Thyfault to Dennis K. Wathke Jr. and Angela M. Wathke, lot 3 in block 9 in the city of Jamestown Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.

EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
By H.E. Smith
Light at Last
 Paul Winship and Mary Archer sat in the small, comfortable sitting-room of a humble cottage not far from the great city. It was late in the evening of a spring day, and they had not been long in from a stroll in the by-ways by the glimmer of a quartering moon.  Paul had seen only a week of life since leaping the bound self-owned manhood–that is, he was just a week beyond one-and-twenty. Mary was one year younger. They were both of that mold and that temperament which nature bestows upon those who are to be made thereby capable of great enjoyment. Their sympathies were quick and active; their appetites natural and healthful; their affections true and strong; their aspirations worthy and honorable; and their hearts warm and generous, and steadfast as the mountain behind which the moon was dipping.
 As these two had been schoolmates and companions for years. They had loved each other while yet children, and their love had gone on growing stronger from day to day. Paul's father and mother had both died while he was yet an apprentice, and he had been left with only the love of Mary Archer to give bright sunshine to his life.
 Mary had lost her father, and now labored with a hearty and healthful cheerfulness to assist her mother in gaining livelihood. And she labored the harder because a poor crippled brother depended upon her for a support. He was not able to help himself.
Paul Winship had resolved that he would go to sea. An uncle was captain of a large ship bound for the East Indies, and had offered him a good position, with promise of promotion. He thought he could do better so than to delve at a trade which could never yield more than a bare support. He and Mary had talked the matter over, and she had at length become reconciled to the step, believing it might be for his good.
 And on the morrow the ship was to sail, and this was to be their last evening together for a long, long time. They knew now how strong and yearning their love was, and how dependent they were, and must be, upon each other for joy and blessedness; and they tried to look across the chasm of separation to the full fruition beyond.
Register of Deeds
Judy Lambert
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NEWS

CCCC board approves publishing budget

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SPORTS

CNB clips Norton 2-1 in K-18 state title game

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OPINIONS

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