Courthouse 4-11-14

District Court
CIVIL
Dismissed:
The State of Kansas vs. 2005 Chrysler 300 Vin: 2C35JA43RX5H586815 has been dismissed without prejudice.
LIMITED CIVIL
Settled:
Central National Bank received a judgment of $500.53 plus interest and costs from Christina M. Noah, Concordia.
American Express Centurion Bank received a judgment of $3,517.88 plus costs from Carroll Sleffel, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $80.70 plus interest and costs from Amanda Slate, Concordia.
Filed:
Central National Bank seeks a judgment of $666.76 plus interest and costs from Douglas Day, Concordia.
Mike Strong dba Mike's Payday Loans seeks a judgment of $150 plus interest and costs from Jesse Mendenhall, Glasco.Mike Strong dba Mike's Payday Loans seeks a judgment of $300 plus interest and costs from Zachariah McGuire, Concordia.
Midland Funding LLC  seeks a judgment of $2,681.43 plus interest and costs from John H. Hamilton II, Aurora.
Calvary SPV ILLC seeks a judgment of $3,683.20 plus interest and costs from Angela K. Thornton, Concordia.

TRAFFIC
All Subtypes
Receiving fines for Speeding were Leo G. Becker, Martha Carriedo, Sharon M. Gilbert (deferred adjudication), Mckayla Mccumber, Dylan J. Ryan, Tracey R. Schnick, Kristina E. Trembly, $141; Kendra F. Dreilng, $171; Elias Guerrero-Gonzalez, $165; Ruth E. Hyden, $169; Lacy N. Jensen, $159; Megan D. O'Donnell, $177; Ashley F. Peterson, $201; Kelly A. Seacrest, $183.
Receiving fines for other violations were: Blair J. Bloomfield, transporting an open container, $196; Zane Joseph Derusseau, driving under the influence,2nd conviction, $1,446; Jennifer Lynn Downs, operating motor vehicle without a valid license, $196; Casey R. Mendenhall, operating vehicle without liability insurance, $396;  Ja´Veaughn  Mikeace Perry, liquor; purchase/consumption alcoholic liquor/CMB by minor, $136, deferred adjudication; Alexis K. Sparrow, driving while suspended, second or subsequent conviction, $196; Andrea D. Spear, transporting an open container, $196; William David Strommen, purchase/consumption alcoholic liquor/CMB by minor, $136, deferred adjudication; Celia M. Young, transporting open container, $96, deferred adjudication.
Receiving $10 fines for Failure to wear seatbelt were Holley R. Brockelman and Savannah A. Brockelman.


CRIMINAL
Ticia A. Malcuit appeared April 9 and was convicted of Obstructing or Interfering with Law Enforcement and was sentenced to 12 months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay the costs of the action, $158, restitution in the total sum of $1,449.01, an alcohol/drug testing fee of $40, a probation supervision fee of $60, a community service work insurance fee of $8.50 a fingerprinting fee of $45, attorney fees of $300, and a BIDS Administrative fee of $100 and all other assessed fees. Her sentence was suspended  with Defendant being placed on supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months following specific terms and conditions including restitution to Cloud County Attorney in the sum of $1,449.01 in full and costs, fines and fees assessed in this action in full and that she not have contact, directly or indirectly with the victims, Shannon Lehmann or Eva Shuler.

LEGAL TRANSFERS
Quit Claim Deeds:
Fred Hoesli and Flora Mae Hoesli to Cecil August Hoesli, lots 11 and 12 block 8 W.R. West's Addition to the city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
Vinita A. Regnier to Scott A. Regnier, lot 3 block 81 in the city of Concordia.
Deutsche Bank National Trust Company TR to MO Seven LLC, the east half of lot 21 all of lots 22 and 23 all in block 159 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Warranty Deeds:
Curtis P. Genereux and Heriberta aka Heriberta R. Genereux to Dennis D. Krier and Mary S. Krier, the east 20 feet of lot 12 and all of lot 13 in block 59 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Delmer F. Harris Jr. and Ruth M. Harris to Daniel R. Harris, all of lot 2 in the Country Club Hills Addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas per the recorded plat thereof; subject to restrictions and easements of record including public streets.
Ronald D. Thomas and Martha A. Thomas to Ty J. Brown and Melissa Rene Brown, the west half of lot 8 and all of lot 9 in block 30 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recored plat thereof.
Angela D. Callihan to James L. Belden and Ragena Belden, lot 3 block 87 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Kevin H. Ukens and Claudia Ukens to Jerry L. Sipe and Alisha D. Sipe, lots 30, 31 and the west 6' of lot 32 in block 133 and that portion of vacated 7th Street adjoining said lots on the south thereof in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Curt Stasny and Lori Stasny to James Reynolds, Mechelle Reynolds and Blythe Investment Corp., lot 3 in block 69 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Cut Stasny and Lori Stasny to Ryan McMillan and Thea M. McMillan, lot 16 in block 114 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Steve Oertel and Erin Oertel to Ty L. Brown and Melissa Rene Brown, Trace #1—a tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3; containing 94 acres more or less, see record; Tract #2, a tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3, containing 43 acres more or less, see record.
Michael Hess and Lori A. Hess to Ty J. Brown and Melissa Rene Brown, Tract #1—A tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3; containing 94 acres more or less, see record; tract #2—A tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3, containing 43 acres more or less, see record.
Michael Hess and Lori A. Hess to Ty J. Brown and Melissa Rene Brown, Tract #1—A tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3; containing .94 acres more or less, see record; tract #2—a tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3 containing .43 acres more or less, see record.
Mark R. Spear, Kelli M. Spear and Jona K. McDaniel to Ty J. Brown and Melissa Rene Brown, Tract #1—A tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast quarter 34-5-3; containing .94 acres more or less, see record; tract #2—a tract of land in the northeast quarter southeast Quarter 34-5-3; containing .43 acres more or less, see record.
Virginia Moss to Mark Ernsbarger and Deborah S. Ernsbarger, lots 11 and 12 in block 3, M.L. Brierly Additon to the city of Glasco formerly town of Dell Ray.
Rebecca Lynne Hoesli to Angela D. Callihan, the east 11 feet of lot 32 all of lot 33 and the west half of lot 34 in block 151 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas and the west 2 feet of the east half of lot 34 in block 151 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.
Trustee's Deeds:
Marcia A. Greene, trustee, Carol E. Fahring, trustee, Larry and Verda Greene family trust to Garry P. McGinnis and Julia A. McGinnis, lots 1 and 2 all in block 13 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
James L. Lervold, trustee, and Lois L. Lervold, trustee, to Kevin H. Ukens and Claudia Ukens, the south 60' of the west 88' of lot 3 block 7 city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas.

EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
By H.E. Smith
Experiences in the City
This, of course would not do, so I gave up my room, and took one at $1.75, which was much more gloomy and cheerless than the other, which was bad enough in that respect, certainly, for it must be remembered that good, plainly furnished rooms, in a respectable location, with nothing elaborate in their appointments, cost from $4 to $5 a week, so high is the price of real estate—and consequently 0 rents—in this great city. So you can imagine what mine was; enough to say that it was up many stairs, and the bedstead was short and narrow, the  bed clothe; few and thin. I then took table-board at a place kept by a German, near my place of business, at $4 per week but the food was cooked in a way I was not used to, and did not very well like—however, I was living within my income, and looking forward to better times.
But my greatest hardship during this time was want of society; for a young man of any refinement of feeling and not possessing to any great degree that quality denominated "brass," might live in this city for years without being brought in that friendly, neighborly contact with people congenial to him, without which existence become little better than a blank.
After a few months, a change occurring in the firm that employed me, I was told that, not doing the amount of business they anticipated, they should decrease store expenses by reducing the salaries of the other clerks, and, as I was the last employed, they should try and get along without my services; not they were dissatisfied with me at all—would recommend me, etc.
I felt sorry for this, for I had got used to my business, and could perform it without this half fear of not doing it right that I had at first, and I  liked my employers very well, and did not like the idea of having to begin in a new place; however, I did not think it a very serious matter, for I supposed I could easily get a situation before the end of the week (this was on Wednesday), by personal application, or by answering some of the many advertisements which I had noticed in the papers under "Help Wanted."
I looked in the papers in which the wants are principally published and, selecting two or three which I thought I might perhaps be successful with, I wrote the advertisers in the best manner I was capable of, and was somewhat surprised as the next day passed, and the next also, at not receiving  any reply; however, I looked over the papers again, and selecting some more promising offers answered them—some by letter, as directed, and others in person at time and place specified; and although at the first one I visited I was on hand before the appointed time, I found twenty applicants ahead of me.
Register of Deeds
Judy Lambert
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