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JOHNSON, KS 67855 THE JOHNSON PIONEER Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012- Page 5 Obitua Richard E. Parks Richard E. Parks, age 78, died Friday, February 10, 2012 at the Stevens County Hospital in Hugoton, Kansas. He was born December 4, 1933 in Shenandoah, Iowa, the son of Cecil Johnson and Ruby Pontious; later adopted Legal Publication RELOCATE A MAIN OFFICE Published in The Johnson Pioneer, February 9, 2012 and February 16, 2012 The Johnson State Bank, 202 S Main Street, Johnson, Kansas, intends to file an application with the State Bank- ing Board for permission to change the location of its main office to 106 N Main Street, Johnson, Kansas. The State Banking Board considers a number of factors in deciding whether to approve the application. Any person wishing to comment on this application may file his or her comments, in writing, with the State Banking Board, at 700 SW Jackson Street, Suite 300, Topeka, Kansas 66603. The State Banking Board will consider your comments on the ap- plication if received on or before Feb- ruary 26, 2012. Public comments may be subject to disclosure pursuant to the Kansas Open Records Act; K.S.A. 45-201 et seq. The nonconfidential portion of the ap- plication file is available for inspec- tion within three business days follow- ing the request for such file. The file may be inspected in the Office of the State Bank Commissioner during regular business hours. Photocopies of information in the nonconfidential portion of the application file wilt be made available upon request. A schedule of charges for such copies can be obtained from the State Bank Commissioner. Legal Publication (First published in THE JOHNSON PIONEER, Thursday, the 16th day of February, 2012) It ORDINANCE NO. 165 rAN ORDINANCE AMEND- NG COURT COSTS FOR HE MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE CITY OF MANTER CITY, KANSAS, AS AUTHORIZED BY CHARTER ORDINANCE NO. 1. Whereas, on November 1, 2011, Charter Ordinance No. 1 was enacted pursuant to law, which char- ter ordinance exempted the City of Manter City from the provisions of K.S.A. 12-4112, and permitted the as- sessment of costs for the administra- tion of justice in the Municipal Court; and Whereas, K.S.A. 12-4112, as now amended, requires the col- lection of additional sums to be re- mitted directly to the State Treasurer, and the Governing Body now desires to provide for the collection of such additional amounts. Now. therefore, be it or- dained by the governing body of the City of Manter City, Kansas: Section 1. That for all cases commenced by the filing of a complaint in the Municipal Court of the City of Manter City, Kansas, charging a criminal or public offense or charging an offense defined to be a moving violation by the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to K.S.A. 8-249, and amendments thereto, where there is a finding of guilty, a plea of guilty, a plea of no contest, forfeiture of bond or a diver- sion, there shall be assessed Court costs in the amount of fifty-four dol- lars and fifty cents ($54.50) for the administration of justice, and addition- ally the sum of twenty dollars and fifty cents ($20.50) as required by K.S.A. 12-4116 and K.S.A. 4117, for the to- tal sum of seventy-five dollars ($75.00), and in addition thereto, the Municipal Judge is authorized and empowered to assess witness fees and mileage permitted and allowed pursuant to K.S.A. 12-4112 and K.S.A. 12-4411. SECTON 2. This ordi- nance repeals all conflicting provi- sions of Ordinance No. 158 and any and all other ordinances or portions thereof in conflict herewith. SECTION 3. This ordi- nance shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage, ap- proval, and publication once in The Johnson Pioneer, the official newspa- per of the City of Manter City, Kan- sas. Passed and approved by the Governing Body of the City of Manter City, Stanton County, Kansas, this 7th day of February, 2012. /s/Jerry C. Tedder Jerry Tedder, Mayor Attest: /s/Linda Steimel Linda Steimel, City Clerk by Frank and Opal (Etter) Parks. Richard, a lifetime trucker, graduated high school in Paw- nee City, Nebraska. He was a member of the American Legion, lifetime member of V.F.W. in Salt Lake City, and a member of the National Rifle Association. Richard married Betty Lane on De- cember 9, 1972 in Elko, Ne- vada. Survivors include his wife, Betty of Hugoton; children, Nancy Richards and husband James of Flint, Michigan, Teresa (Teri) Tupper of Flint, Michigan, Julie Collier and husband Thomas of Thornton, Colorado, Pamela (Pam) Addelman and husband Larry of Table Rock, Nebraska, Ruby Parks of Phoenix, Ari- zona, Clayton (Clay) Parks and wife Brenda of Manter, Kansas, Loyd Kirkland of Manter, Kansas, Robert (Bob) Kirkland and wife Cheryl of Denver, Colorado, Raymond (Ray) Kirkland and wife Gall of Denver, Colorado; 26 grandchildren; and 55 great grandchildren. Richard is preceded in death by his parents; son, Howard; and daughter, Margaret. Memorial service was held Monday, February 13, 2012 at 2:00 PM at the First Christian Church in Hugoton with Pas- tor Randy Nash officiating. Inurnment followed at the Hugoton Cemetery in Hugo- ton with Military Rites con- ducted by V.EW. Post #5391. Memorial contributions may be given to the Hugoton V.F.W. #5391 in care of Gamand Funeral Home, 423 S Main, Hugoton, KS 67951. Walk Kansas Returns The Extension Office will once again offer Walk Kansas this spring. This program will begin March 18th and run through May 12th. Walk Kansas is an eight week program encour- aging family member, school- mates, co workers, friends, and neighbors to come to- gether as a team. Participants will set goals for health and fitness. A team Captain will recruit 5 people to make a 6- member team who will collec- tively "walk" 423 miles, the distance across Kansas. Cost for the program will be $10 per person. This includes a tee shirt. We also have pe- dometers for sale at $5.00. Call or come by the Extension Office at 492-2240 for a reg- istration form. Registration forms and payment are due in the Extension Office no later than 5pm on March 14th. EARLY DEADLINE for Feb. 23 Edition Will be Feb. 16 at 5:00 p.m. Our promise is simple.... 6rear Steaks! The Witcher Ranch for reservations and directions call 719-324-9258 Open Monday - Saturday for a,.5* me!u with all beverages. You can enjoy the indoor laser shot or billiards. from Bad Weather House For Sale by Owner Asking Price $138,500.00 Dwelling located at 406/408 N. Graves, Johnson City Stanton County, Kansas. Legal Description: Lot 3 in Block 4 Plummer Additio[ to the city of Johnson City, Stanton County, Kansas City Lot is 100' x 140' This is a ranch style single family dwelling approxi- mately 1506 sq feet living and attached two car garage with work bench area and shelving. Three bedrooms - two bedrooms with walk in closets and two bathrooms, kitchen pantry plus additional Laun- dry area room. Whole yard sprinkler system. Covered patio out dining french door exit. New roof - 2010, new carpet 2010, new Rheem heater and air conditioner Sept 2010, updated bathrooms 2009 & 2010. New hot watez heater 2008. If interested in viewing please call Home 620-665- 6937 Cell 620-899-8216. County From Front Joel Nicholas January, 2015 Karla Dimitt July, 2015 Library Board (four year term-two terms) Shauna Cron March, 2015 Rosemary Wilkerson March, 2015 Pam Cook March, 2012 Steve Parman March, 2013 Curtis Houser March, 2014 Mental Health Board (two year term) Orene Martin January, 2014 Karla Dimitt January, 2013 Southwest Area Agency on Aging (three year term) #1 September, 2013 #2 Jackie Batterton September, 2012 #3 Patsy Wise September, 2012 Economic Development Board Darrel Cockrum Dave Black Wade Tucker HOLIDAYS FOR 2012 Martin Luther King's Birth- day Monday, January 16 President's Day Monday, February 20 Good Friday Friday, April 6 Memorial Day Monday, May 28 Independence Day Wednesday, July 4 Labor Day Monday, September 3 Columbus Day Monday, October 8 Veteran's Day Monday, November 12 Thanksgiving Thursday & Friday, November 22 & 23 Christmas Monday & Tuesday December 24 & 25 New Years' Day Tuesday, January 1, 2013 Stanton County Historical Society presented minutes of their January 10 meeting. Stanton County Public Li- brary presented minutes of their December 14 meeting. There being no further busi- ness to come before the Board, Chairman Floyd ad- journed the meeting at 2:45 p.m. Engagement Announced Clayton Winger and Alma Garcia would like to an- nounce their engagement. Alma is the daughter of Gregorio and Angela Garcia of Johnson, Kansas. Clayton is the son of Dixie Senestraro of Johnson, Kansas and Kent Winger of Port Aransas, Texas. Alma graduated from Garden City Community Col- lege. Clayton served in the U.S. Air Force and is cur- rently employed at Eastside Dairy. A private wedding is planned for March 31,2012. "+" "+ + ''' |,I How trly is too early to t=rt worrying about our children's oral health? Oftentimes, parents begin to worry about their child's oral health once those baby teeth begin to erupt. Interestingly enough, many professionals recommend that in order to avoid bacteria growth in the mouth, a baby's gums should be wiped off each time the baby is either fed formula through a bottle or breastfed. Early childhood cavities, also called baby bottle tooth decay or nursing mouth, can destroy a child's teeth and become a serious mouth infection that can be life-threatening if left untreated. Prevention is so important! Having healthy habits at a young age will be beneficial once they are ready to go to the dentist. There are several proactive tips that parents can implement at home to keep their child's mouth healthy: Begin cleaning (wiping with a clean washcloth) your child's teeth when they first come in Start brushing your child's teeth when they have three or four (at age 9 or 10 months) Check with your dentist to see if your child should get decay-preventing fluo- ride treatments Brush and floss (when the brush won't get between teeth) your child"s teeth daily until he or she can do it alone Limit the frequency of betweenmeal snacks Provide meals that include fresh fruits and vegetables Continued On Page 8 ROSALES PLUMBING, 620-937-127# 24 hours a dy 7 days a week no after hours charge no job too small or too big sprinkler system septic tank install or repair water heaters drain cleaning bathroom or kitchen remodel floor heat heating and air boiler work install or repair furnace tune ups duct cleaning Trouble with your plumbing or heating and air, just call Rosales Plumbing 620-937-1274 Extended For A Limited Time TR00EgER REBAI0000o . 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