Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $4,438.51 plus interest and costs from Jason Smith, Glasco.
Credit Management Services Inc. received a judgment of $449 plus interest and costs from Eugene McDaniel, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $1,058.20 plus interest and costs from Ruby Mares, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $689.24 plus interest and costs from Donald C. Stolzenburg, et al, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $406 plus interest and costs from Anthony James Budke, et al, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $708.04 plus interest and costs from Melissa D. Spengler, Concordia.
Credit Management Services Inc. seeks a judgment of $940 plus interest and costs from Stacy VandenBroeder, Concordia.
The following people received fines for Speeding: Yvonne S. Baker, $173; Loretta L. Campbell, $159; Debra L. Crissup, Lastevie Hadley, Derek T. Harrison, William J. Hoffman, Jamie Hosler, Carrie A. Kerr, Stephanie A. Knoll, Brook R. May, Kaleb R. Renk, Mario A. Ruvalcaba, Eric Schwickerath, Steven Souther, Deferred Adjudication, Jonathan A. Staab, Jeremy L. Thayer, Deferred Adjudication, Nicholas M. Thompson, Starla S. Trayal, Shannon M. Wiese, Gabriel L. Williamson $141; Caleb C. Fox, $153; Mikaela J. Neal, Aaron Sleeper, $201.
Receiving fines for other violations were: Dustin J. Gallagher, failure to wear seat belt, $10; Rodolfor Garcia, driving while cancelled/suspended/revoked; 1st conviction, $198; Nancy L. Giesecke, traffic control signals, $171; Dennis R. Halstead, ignition interlock device; tamper to render inaccurate or inoperative, $196; Dennis R. Halstead, Vehicles; unlawful acts; e.g., registration, $50; John H. Hirschler, Connecting and safety equipment of towing vehicles, $126; Cameron A. Sorell, license restrictions, suspension or revocation, Deferred Ajudication, $196.
Ashley D. Brundige appeared Sept. 25 and was found Guilty and convicted of two violations of Giving a Worthless Check and one violation of Attempted Giving a Worthless Check. For giving a worthless check she was sentenced to 12 months in the Cloud County Jail for each violation and ordered to pay costs of the action, $158, restitution of $438.91 to Orscheln's Farm & Home and $115.76 to Concordia Town and Country, a probation fee of $60 and all other assessed fees. For the attempted giving a worthless check charge she was sentenced to one month in the Cloud County Jail. Her sentences were suspended with Defendant being placed on supervised probation with Court Services for 12 months following specific terms and conditions.
Austin Joseph Virus appeared Sept. 24 and was found Guilty and convicted of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 11 months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $158, a fine of $100, an alcochol/drug testing fee of $40, a BIDS Administrative fee of $100, a probation supervision fee of $60, attorney fees of $250 and all other assessed fees.
Dustin Ryan Powers appeared Sept. 25 and was found Guilty and convicted of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He was sentenced to 11 months in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $158, a fine of $100, a probation supervision fee of $60, an alcohol/drug testing fee of $40, a BIDS Administrative fee of $100 and all other assessed fees. The Court found that, pursuant to State vs. Robinson, attorney fees were waived. Defendant was given credit for time served. His sentence was suspended and he was placed on supervised probation with Court Services for 11 months following specific terms and conditions.
Sabrina M. Kline appeared Sept. 25 and was found Guilty and convicted of No Liability Insurance and Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign. For the violation of no liability insurance she was sentenced to 30 days in the Cloud County Jail and ordered to pay costs of the action, $96 and a fine of $300 by Nov. 13. For failure to stop at a stop sign infraction, she was ordered to pay a fine of $75 by Nov. 13. Her sentence was suspended with Defendant being placed on unsupervised probation for six months following specific terms and conditions.
James R. Louthan to Scott D. Demars and Amanda L. Demars, northeast quarter southeast quarter 30-8-5.
Jason W. Wheeler and Jamie L. Wheeltr to Anthony W. Perret and Stefanie N. Perret, a tract of land located in the northeast quarter of 26-6-5; said tract contains 10.00 acres more or less. See record.
Geoffrey B. Michels to Robert R. Aldridge, the south half of lots 1 and 2 in block 78 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Terry W. White and Loretta M. White to Loretta M. White, trustee, Terry W. White, trustee and Loretta M. White revocable trust, east half of northeast quarter of 30-5-3. See record.
Braden Berndt and Karen Berndt to Gordon Morris, lot 7 of block 5 of M.L. Brierley's Addition to the city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
Quit Claim Deeds:
Elizabeth M. Brown to Janette M. Clemons, all of lots 6 and 7, block 198, city of Concorida Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Tammy Knox to Ricki L. Feight, lot 3 block 1 in McIntosh Addition to the city of Clyde, Cloud County Kansas.
Terry W. White and Loretta M. White to Terry W. White and Loretta M. White, East half of northeast quarter of 30-5-3. See record.
Cindie L. Maddock, executor, Russell J. Gotschall estate to Vincent R. Armstrong, lot 15 and the west half of lot 16 in block 27 in the city of Concordia, Cloud County Kansas according to the recorded plat thereof.
Cloud County Sheriff to Bank of America NA, lot 1, east 34' of lot 2 and west 16' of 2 and all of lot 3 block 8 in W.R. West Addition to the town of Del Ray, now city of Glasco, Cloud County Kansas.
EARLY HISTORY OF CLOUD COUNTY
BY H.E. SMITH
An Engineer's Yarn
When stock was taken in, or work sent out, there was nobody else in the building. I generally kept to my own business, and stayed down in the cellar, nursing the old engine. She sadly needed it, being as rickety and patched up a contrivance as one cares to stay alongside of.
She always reminded me of some old people you see, who are always in need of a pectoral for a cough, or a liniment for rheumatism, or something or other. This engine of mine was in such a state that she always wanted easing somewhere, a rivet here, a plug there, new stuffing, more felting, or a band around the whole boiler. From boiler to fly wheel she was rickety, rickety. There was no present danger to be apprehended—all was safe enough with proper care and attention. There was the rub. I had to exercise the same proper care and attention all the time. If I was so occupied, I could not help meeting the girls now and then in the passage-way. Most of them were of the common sort—coarse, vulgar creatures, that I never could abide.
There was only one little pale faced girl I took to straight off. She wasn't a bit like the others, and seemed as nice and quiet and lady-like, as they were noisy and common. As I said, I took to her, and she—well, she didn't altogether snub me. We got to be fast friends soon. She told me the tale of her sad life; how her father had been a prosperous mechanic, and they had lived in such a dear little home; how the father died, and left her, a mere mite of a thing, in charge of her feeble mother and baby sister; and how she contrived to get along and keep grim famine from the door on the pittance of her earnings. Whenever I could, without making a fuss, I helped them along a little. When we got well acquainted, I used to hurry through my work so as to be able to see her home every day after six o'clock. Sometimes too, we used to go to concerts and lectures together; and very often I found time to visit them all of an evening.
I hadn't said a word of love to her yet, but was waiting till my wages were increased enough to enable me to keep a home of my own, and then ask her to fill it. Of her state of feeling toward me I knew nothing, except that she looked upon and trusted me as a brother.
Register of Deeds
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