Courthouse 4-19-13

LEGAL TRANSFERS
Warranty Deeds:
John R. Krisher and Dolores D. Krisher to John R. Krisher, trustee, Dolores D. Krisher, trustee, and John and Dolores Krisher living trust, tract of land in the southwest quarter 16-8-4, see record.
Tyrone M. Charbonneau and Elaine M. Charbonneau to Patrick F. Girard and Jolene K. Girard, lots 1-9 inclusive in block 1 and lots 1-14 inclusive in Block 2 in the village of St. Joseph also known as the town of St. Joseph in Cloud County Kansas; a tract beginning at the northwest corner of lot 12 block 1 in the village of St. Joseph also known as the town of St. Joseph in Cloud County Kansas, see record; lots 1-9 inclusive in block 1 and lots 1-14 inclusive in block 2 in the village of St. Joseph also known as the town of St. Joseph in Cloud County Kansas.
Mary Williamson-Lavy to Jerry Kimmal, lot 2 block 2 first addition to the town of Dell Ray now city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
Garry P. McGinnis and Julia A. McGinnis to Paul R. McGinnis and Lynell I. McGinnis, lot 13 in block 32 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
C&H Enterprise to James L. Haist and Joann L. Haist, northwest quarter, southwest quarter, Section 32, 5, 3. see record.
Vanatta-Hadenfeldt Properties to VHP LLC, lot 18 block 61 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; lots 22 and 23, block 125 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; the east 18' of lot 29 and all of lot 30 in Rigby's sub-division of block 2 of east Concordia an addition to the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof; lots 31 and 32 in Rigby's subdivision of block 2 of east Concordia an addition to the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas, according to the recorded plat thereof.
Justin Fredrick Van Beusekom to Eric Huber, the west 36 1/2' of lot 4 and the east 14' of lot 5 in block 85 in the city of Concordia, see record.
Quit Claims Deeds:
Naomi Lynn Stromberg (half interest) to James Allan Stromberg, the NW quarter, Northwest quarter, Southeast quarter of Section 32-5-3, West of the 6th PM, Cloud County Kansas except a tract. See record.
Naomi Lynn Stromberg (half interest) to James Allan Stromberg,  ten acres which is the southwest quarter, northwest quarter southeast quarter of section 32-5-3 west of the 6th P.M. Cloud County Kansas except a tract. See record.
James Allan Stromberg (half interest) to Naomi Lynn Stromberg, lots 19-20 in block 124 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof except a tract.
James Allan Stromberg (half interest) to Naomi Lynn Stromberg, lot 21 in block 124 in the city of Concordia Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Sean O'Toole and Debra O'Toole to Mary Koch, David Derusseau and Daniel Derusseau, north half of lots 20 and 21 in H.E. Garner' Add. (revised).
Trustee's Deeds:
Ellen M. Paulsen trust to Ellen M. Paulsen trustee and John Wilson Farms LLC, southwest quarter 17-7-4; south half southwest quarter 19-7-4; southwest quarter southeast quarter 19-7-4; north half northeast quarter northwest quarter 3-7-4.
Raymond D. and Ann L. Beeton revocable trust, Raymond D. Beeton trustee and Ann L. Beeton trustee to John Wilson Farms LLC, southwest quarter 17-7-4; south half, southwest quarter 19-7-4; southwest quarter southeast quarter 19-7-4; north half northeast quarter northwest quarter 30-7-4.
Charles C. Wilson trust, Charles C. Wilson trustee, Marilyn F. Wilson trustee, Marilyn F. Wilson trust to John Wilson Farms LLC, southwest quarter 17-7-4; south half southwest quarter 19-7-4; southwest quarter southeast quarter 19-7-4; north half northeast quarter northwest quarter 30-7-4.
Ellen M. Paulsen trust and Ellen M. Paulsen trustee to Leo Wilson Farms LLC, southwest quarter northwest quarter 19-7-4; southeast quarter northwest quarter 19-7-4; northwest quarter southeast quarter 19-7-4; northeast quarter southwest quarter 19-7-4; northwest quarter southwest quarter 19-7-4; southwest quarter northeast quarter 19-7-4.
Charles C. Wilson trust, Marilyn F. Wilson trust, Charles C. Wilson trustee, Marilyn F. Wilson trustee to Leo Wilson Farms LLC, southwest quarter northwest quarter 19-7-4; southeast quarter northwest quarter 19-7-4; northwest quarter southeast quarter 19-7-4; northeast quarter southwest quarter 19-7-4; northwest quarter southwest quarter 19-7-4; southwest quarter northeast quarter 19-7-4.

EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
By H.E. Smith
Mad in Spite of Himself
It was lighted and ventilated by an iron grating in the door, with a corresponding window high up on the wall, and furnished with only a narrow couch and a stand built into the wall; and there, Mr. Nathan Tripler, released from his confining bonds, was left to enjoy the uninterrupted society of his own cheerless meditations.
"It can't be possible! I must be asleep and dreaming!" thought Nathan. But it was possible, and he never was wider awake in his life. Toward evening a pitcher of water and a piece of bread were dealt out to him. Mr. Tripler ate it under a sort of mental protest, to relieve the gnawing sensation of faintness that was at his vitals.
"What would I not give for one of Dorothy's hot biscuits," thought the wretched captive. "My poor little Dorothy! I have been too hard upon her. Suppose I should die without being able to tell her how ashamed I am of having been such a brute. It was not the dry bread that choked Nathan Tripler just then—it was the humiliating sense of his own sins and short comings.
Next morning it was bread and water again. Nathan thought of Dorothy's despised coffee and grumbled-at steak.
"I've deserved it," thought Nathan, "there is no mistake about that. Poor darling little Dorothy! How her heart is aching for me now. I wish I could stroke down her hair just once. Oh, it's hard to be treated so, even though I know I'm served exactly right. If I ever get out of this hole alive, Dorothy will find me a changed man."
The confused current of his thoughts was just eddying vaguely through his mind when there was a sound of steps and voices in the corridors without.
"I suppose they're going to put on a straight waistcoat now," thought Mr. Tripler, with a resigned air. "Well, there is nothing left for me but to endure. I don't think I'm mad; but how long I shall hold out sane under this interesting concatenation of circumstances is rather a doubtful question.
Register of Deeds
Judy Lambert
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