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BARBER COUNTY Letter to the Editor Courthouse Report CIVIL Katherin(, Mervine, Kiowa, KS, vs Kiowa Hospital District Manor. Seek in excess of $75,000 for alleged neg- ligence when plaintiff at- tended therapy at Kiowa Hospital District Manor and suffered spiral frac- ture of right femur. Jury trial requested. Mid Kansas Electric Co., LLC vs Georgi L. Dawson, etal, Barber County, KS. Petition for condemnation of land for purpose of providing the transmission of electri- cal energy. DOMESTIC In the Matter of the Mar- riage of Alison Mason, Medicine Lodge, KS and Richard A. Mason, Medi- cine Lodge, KS. Seek di- vorce. CRIMINAL State of Kansas vs Mickey C. Banta, Medi- cine Lodge, KS. Charged with burglary. State of Kansas vs Jeramy L. Hatch, Medi- cine Lodge, KS. Charged with two counts theft of property or services valued at less than $1,000. LIMITED ACTIONS O.K. Cooperative Grain & Mercantile Co., Kiowa, KS vs David O. Wenzel, Kiowa, KS. Seek $2,394.38 plus in- terest and costs for goods sold and deliv- ered. O.K. Cooperative Grain & Mercantile Co., Kiowa, KS vs Stanley Wenzel, Kiowa, KS. Seek $2,383.72 plus in- terest and costs for goods sold and deliv- ered. SCTelcom, Medicine Lodge, KS vs Roy Henry, Hardtner, KS. Seek $1,148.26 plus costs for services deliv- ered. TRAFFIC Joshua R. Cook, speeding, fined $173. Juan Coronilla, speed- Kiowa Senior Center News f' • F SALE LISTING 815 Dickinson - Kiowa NEW LISTING - 2 bdrm, 1 bath homeready to move into. Hardwood floors, ch/A, new paint, roof and guttering. Call Peggy for a showing. 620-886-2308. SpicerAuction & Real • : : . 311- 313 - 315 and 317 S. 7th.Kiowa NEW LISTING. COMMERICAL - 4 Unit Apt complex located in Kiowa. 3 - 1 bdrm apts with window a/c and floor furnace. 1 - 2 bdrm apt with central heat & a/c. Great income with all units rented. Each unit has its own w/d hook up. This complex is located in a quiet neigh- borhood and each unit has its own carport. Call for an appt. Spicer Auction & Real Estate, Peggy 620-886-2308 818 Main St. - Kiowa Centrally located brick home in Kiowa. This home features 2/3 bdrms, 1 bath, tiled floors, new ceiling fans, fresh paint and a single car garage. PRICED TO SELL and only 1 blk from the school. Call Peggy with Spicer Auction & Real Estate for more details or a showing. 620- 886-2308 20 ft. x 40 ft., 5 Room Office Build- ing. Located at 115 N. 5th St., Kiowa, KS. Freshly painted, excellent roof. Splcer Auction & Realty, LLC 705 N. 7th • Kiowa, KS 620-825-4859 or 620-239-4131 ing, fined $143. Paula D. Crowdis, speeding, fined $197. John B. Irby, speeding, fined $143. Zachariah S. Kuh r, speeding, fined $173. Ralph Major, speeding, fined $248. Marvin G. Nice, speed- ing, fined $248. Christopher M. Sills, speeding, fined $149. Del Spurgeon, speed- ing, fined $179. Matthew E. Strouse, speeding, fined $167. by LENORA DODDS September activities at the center started out the month with no 1st Monday meal as it was Labor Day. It is fall so the 3rd Thurs- day meal started our Soup Luncheon series and wc had 15 onthc 15th. On October 3rd the cov- ered dish meal had 26 in at- tendance. The center fur- nished the meat for an en- chilada casserole. Joy Schwartz and Dr. Amy Clarkson were there from Southwind Hospice at Pratt. They gave us a nice talk about Hospice and we learned a lot. Lenora Dodds was asked to set up a "Hair Flower" display for the month of October, so you arc wel- come to come in and visit and view the display. Soup luncheon on October 20 was vegetable beef with the Center furnishing the beef and attendees were ask to bring a hot vegetable, something to go with soup, dessert, or a donation, there were 14 present for it. The center continues to be open for exercise classes and is still rented occasionally for people teaching crafts br for fam- ily gatherings. The jewelry is reduced and we still have shelled pecans for sale. The covered dish on the first Monday in November will be the Thanksgiving meal with turkey and dressing furnished. There could be a new craft dis- play at this time, also. Join us week days except Wednesday from 1:00 to 4:00 and we'll visit, play cards, pool or bring an idea. There is always a snack on these days, also WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011- Page 2 Card Shower Blood Drive A Success Requested For THANK YOU to the many, volunteers who do- nated blood and helped host the Kiowa Cormmmity Blood Drive on October 17. A total of 35 people came to give blood. Four were deferred, and four were unabk to donate a fall unit, resulting in 27 productive units, Pare Cox earned recognition for a lifetime total of 9 gallons donated, and Gary Jacobs earned recognition for 5 gallons donated. Additional loyal volun- teers who came to donate blood were Dan Lukins, Neva Calhoun, Joseph Maas, Merilyn Mizner, Kcith Fink, Shelby Williams, Cindra Williams, Jacey lp Esther Hood Rex, Thanks To Your He ! A card shower has been I wanted to tell you how requested for Esther Hood far your paper goes. I had by JUDY SCHROCK Thomsen, OK Coop !¢m- in honor of her 90th birth, : birthday cards from Cole- Graves, Vec Hill, Jim Ccrcenwood, Chris Tharp, Raymond Randall, Ron Allenbach, Grace Schurter, Charles Mcitl, Karcn Watts, Rachel Watts, Paul Harbaugh, Gary Watts, Judy Schrock, Marty Will- iams, Walt Fry, Norma Jacobs, Max McGee, Debbie Leech, Melissa Rector, Vickie Gollihcr, Lenora Dodds, Steve Inslee, Marlcne Kruckenberg, Karen Lam- bert, Larry Curfman, and Sheri Babb. Marlene Kruckenberg, Rosie Vanamann, and Judy S chrock distributed public- ity POSters to businesses, churches, and organizations in the area. Donor escorts were Marlene Kruckcnbcrg, Judy Schrock, and Connie Rooks. Registrars wcrc Barbara Stevens and Rosic Vanamann. Canteen workers were Kathleen S chrock, Marilyn Schurter, Lou Stone, and Shirley Nelson. CookiesC were provided by the can- teen workers, Wanda Root, Marlcnc K_ruckcnberg, and Judy Schrock. Hometown Market donated meat for the sloppy jocs, and The General Store furnished the remainder of the food and supplies not covered by the American Red Cross. Mike Helmley and Tim There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self. Aldous Huxley PERIODICAL CLASS POSTAGE PAID IN KIOWA, KANSAS 67070 (USPS 296.000) Rex Zlmmerman • Editor & Publisher PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT 614 MAIN STREET KIOWA, KANSAS 67070-1414 OFFICIALjNEWSPAPER FOR THE CITIES OF KIOWA, HARDTNER and HAZELTON, KANSAS nd BARBER COUNTY, KANSAS \\; POSTMASTER: Send Address Changes To The Klowa News 614 Main Street, Kiowa, Kansas 67070-1414 SUBSCRIPTIONS: $24.00 BARBER & I ADJOINING COUNTIES • $30.00 ELSEWHERE I Sales Tax Included Where Applicable [ PHONE & FAX: 620.825.4229 E-MAIL: klonews@=ctelcom.net WEB SITE: www.klowanews.com NEW LISTING 804 Miller St. • Kiowa All brick home on a comer lot, 2-3 bedrooms, new roof, 2 car detached garage, c/h & ac, 2 fireplaces, brick storage blgd., wrap around porch and centrally located. Ready for any family to move into. Call Peggy with Spicer Auction & Real Estate for an appointment. 620-886.2308 Spicer Auction & Realty, m ployees, helped set up tables and chairs and un- load the truck at noon. Nathan Law, C¢nnie 'Rooks, Sam Schrter, Larry Curfinan, and. Dan Lukins helped load the truck, put away tablds and chairs, and remove the street sign when the blood drive was fmishcd, Thank you to Rex Zimmerman at Kiowa News, KPAK, KREJ, and KQZQ Radio for publicity support, and the city of Kiowa for use of the Com- nmnity Building. The next Kiowa Conmm- nity Blood Drive is Mon- day, December 12, 2-6 PM. Noon Covered Dish Dinner is First Mon- day of Every Month. Noon ;aliad Lun- cheon Third Thursday of Every Month. day on Nov. 2. Cards can rado, Arizona, Illinois, Olda- be sent to: homa, California, Valley Esther Hood Center, Wichita, Attica and Kiowa Manor Wellington. 1020 Main Ave. , Mildred Schwartz Kiowa, KS 67070 [Im m m m | I I i Ill I m Illl I m 1 | i ¶ : Tired O[ : : Staples That Will Not Stay In : I Barbed Ones That Cannot Be [osened I : To Make Repairs Tie Wtt¢ That Moves tip Md Down The Poet = i BIG HEEL FASTENER ! They SccwEasilylnt0 AnyHatd Post : , _ ww_.E.,2.2,_,._..g.r.,2 °__ J Kiowa, KS The First State Bank Welcomes... Justin Binder as our New Loan Officer Justin is a native of Inman, Kansas and graduated from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in 2008. He has previously worked at the Pratt County Appraiser's Of- fice, Barber County FSA and most recently helped operate a family hearing aid busi- ness in Hutchinson. Justin, 26,. is single, and in his spare time competes in team roping events throughout the area. We invite everyone to stop in and welcome Justin to our community. And for all your financial questions, talk to Justin or any of our professionals to get the the best advice for your money. "Your Hometown Bank" ,.,,. 546 Main * Kiowa, KS * 620-825-4147 Member F.D.I,C.