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Herald Enterprise has new owners
The Ralls County Herald Enterprise has changed ownership. The new owners, Lewis County Press, Inc., have appointed David Eales, current publisher of the Monroe County Appeal as publisher. Carolyn Trower will remain as editor and Nancy Pipkin will also remain as advertising manager. “The new team will look to continue the fine standards and dedication to excellence that readers have come to expect from the Ralls County Herald Enterprise ,” said the new publisher. “We are first and foremost dedicated to local and community coverage.” Look for additional information in next week’s RCHE.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH VBS
Vacation Bible School will be held at First Baptist Church, in Perry, from 6-8 p.m., July 21 – July 25.
HYMN SING SET FOR JULY 13
A Gospel Sing will be held at First Baptist Church in Perry at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 13. The music will be provided by Ronnie Rouse and other local musicians. For more information call Ronnie Rouse at 565-3521.
NEXT WEEK IS REGIONAL ISSUE
Next week the Ralls County Herald Enterprise will publish a regional edition. This once a month publication is delivered to everyone in ralls County that has a postal address. Total coverage by Lewis County Press, Inc, in Northeast Missouri totals approximately 20,000+ homes served during this regional distribution. Each month features a theme with next month’s theme “Back To School.”
ICE CREAM SOCIAL SATURDAY, JULY 20
Church at Ariel will host an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, July 20, from 5-7 p.m. Live music performed by Ariel Messengers will take place about 5:30 p.m. Come enjoy music and fellowship!
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Thursday, July 11, 2013
Perry Rocks the Fourth! Perry citizens and guests enjoyed an almost picture-perfect Fourth of July celebration Thursday, July 4. The weather was warm but breezy and there were plenty of activities to keep the kids occupied. The day started out with a parade at 9:30 a.m. Our local World War II veterans were given a place of honor behind Police Chief Brian Hooley and the squad car. There were lots of decorated gators and golf carts, several floats and quite a few vintage cars. Kids rode in boats, wagons, floats and carts. Candy was thrown and eagerly gathered by the large crowd of spectators. The always favorite Baby Show was held at 10 a.m., in the Bandstand. Red, white and blue was the unofficial color scheme for dress and the winners seemed to be more interested in the trophies than Mom and Grandma’s smiles. There were several craft stands open and kettle korn and funnel cakes were available. The Perry Area Chamber of Commerce had their food stand and Pepsi Wagon open. A choice of fried gizzards was added to the traditional fried fish plate again this year. Many people also enjoyed the homemade ice cream provided by Debbie Hodges and friends. Children enjoyed competing in the Pedal Tractor Pull, Sunflower Seed Spitting, Mud Pit Tug of War, Money in the Straw, Frog Jump, and the Scavenger hunt. Many of the young ones enjoyed a ride on the Kids Train between their competitions. People drifted over to the Antique Tractor Pull as the afternoon wore on and the children’s events finished. A dedicated group continued to play the Corn Hole Tournament into the evening. All in all a grand celebration for the
(Top) Perry Mayor Dustin Wasson leads the Perry Parade, a part of the Perry Fourth of July celebration down the parade route. (Bottom) Elizabeth Trower, left, and Tori Yancey enjoy the cool water and mud of the tug of war on a hot day during the highly successful 2013 Perry Fourth of July celebration. RCHE PHOTOS
local citizens, their neighbors and visiting relatives as well as some of the town’s “summer citizens.” For a great time -
plan to attend next year’s Fourth of July in Perry. Look for additional photos on page 4.
Ralls County named in disaster declaration What does that mean for the county? Gov. Jay Nixon today requested that the federal government issue a major disaster declaration for the state of Missouri as a result of the severe storms, tornadoes and prolonged flooding that affected large portions of the state from May 29 to June 10. The storm system, which included an EF-3 tornado in the St. Louis region on May 31, caused extensive damage to communities and facilities across the state. “On May 29, a severe storm system began tracking across much of Missouri,
bringing tornadoes and torrential rains that left flooding and extensive damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure in its wake,” Gov. Nixon said. “Missourians have been hit with high repair costs as they work to recover, local communities and state agencies have been burdened with excessive response costs, and expenses for repairing destroyed infrastructure will be very high.” The Governor said joint damage assessments have been conducted in 30 Missouri counties. “I want to thank local emergency managers and other officials for their efforts over the last few weeks to thoroughly categorize the extent of the damage
that was done,” Gov. Nixon said. “Those efforts will help support our request to the federal government for assistance.” Gov. Nixon’s disaster declaration request is for public assistance in the following 30 counties: Barton, Callaway, Cape Girardeau, Cedar, Chariton, Clark, Howard, Iron, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Maries, Marion, Miller, Montgomery, Osage, Perry, Pettis, Pike, Putnam, Ralls, Shelby, Stoddard, Sullivan, St. Charles, St. Louis, Ste. Genevieve, Texas, Vernon and Webster. Brian Mulherin, Ralls County FSA Agent, explained that the money would
See Disaster on page 2A
Ralls County Commission Presents Certificate of Appreciation
Inside This Issue... New London Budget Hearing ....... Page 2A Commentaries ................................ Page 2A “A View Form The Past” ................ Page 3A Perry Fourth winners ..................... Page 4A Perry City Council ......................... Page 6A Classifieds/Legals............................ Page 7A New London Coach Pitch ............. Page 8A
OBITUARIES Page 5A
Michael “Bubba” Steele Age 15 Bonnie Jean Johnston Age 61 Robert Franklin Ford Age 85 Patricia Maxine Inman Age 71
The Ralls County Commission presented Jason Gregory with a certificate of appreciation on Monday, July 8, for his outstanding organization and hard work that made the New London Park Days such a success. From left are Western Commissioner Steve Whitaker, Presiding Commissioner Bob See, Jason Gregory, and Eastern Commissioner R.C. Harlow. RCHE PHOTO
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VIEWS & COMMENTS From The Other Side
A Conservative’s Point of View
By Danielle McMillen firstname.lastname@example.org
WINNERS AND LOSERS
I grew up with parents who instilled the will to win inside me. Losing was not an option. If you did lose, you had better learn from the defeat. Cheating wasn’t allowed. I was lucky enough to have my dad coach me most of my childhood. That statement is made in hindsight, because when I was actually being coached by my dad, I couldn’t stand it. But one thing I learned, is that there are winners and there are losers. Having been on both ends of the stick, I can say that it is so much more fulfilling to win. It didn’t really matter how much you lost by, losing stunk. I have a hard time hearing people say that winning isn’t important, it’s how you play the game or that everyone deserves equal time on the field. Guess what? Winning is important. It gives children of all ages a confidence – a lot like acing a big test – and encourages them to put forth their best effort in all endeavors in order to get maximum results. Losing is also important, it teaches grace and dignity and hopefully a good coach or teacher will help kids learn from their mistakes and maybe point out some things the winning team did that will make the losing team better. I’m pretty sure if you took a poll of kids playing sports, they would rather play on a winning team than get just as much playing time as the kids who can play and win the game. I don’t mean that kids like to be benchwarmers, but when you play to win – whether in sports or in life – the people who get the job done are the ones who are in the game. And those who have the starring role need a supporting cast. That’s where the rest of us come in. If we teach our kids that hard work, practice and a strong work ethic pay off with big dividends, they will find success. One of the great things about America is there are so many different definitions of success. For some families, seeing a child graduate and be the first of that family to
go on to college is success, for others, it might be having their fifth child graduate as valedictorian, following in all four siblings footsteps and for others, it’s the thought of a good job, enough to support a family and save for the future. Success comes in all different shapes and sizes. I guarantee that any adult today who sat on the bench and watched their team win a state championship without seeing much, if any playing time, still smiles when they think about that winning season. They were part of a successful team. How you play the game – it does matter – cheating isn’t acceptable and sportsmanship isn’t just about athletics. Looking at the culture today makes me wonder if people have forgotten that. It is suddenly ok to demonize your opponent instead of winning on merit. The argument is that if one side is going to get low down and dirty, then the other side must do the same in order to have a chance at winning. It’s a hard point to argue since I have often felt the same way. However, I was blessed with the chance to watch a woman I admired beat her opponents without resorting to the same tactics. She relied on the truth and the facts helped her keep her nemesis at bay. She knew what was coming and still didn’t stoop down to their level. I learned from her. I wish others around her would have learned from their losses to her instead of continually trying to undermine her. Then they may not be where they are today. I may have lost my way a couple of times in my life, but I never lost the light. I hope that everyone can keep the light within their reach and remember to use it instead of falling into the darkness. It’s a long hard climb back up. I’d like to end this week by thanking Judi for allowing me to put my two cents in every week. I don’t know how many columns I’ve written, but I have enjoyed every last bit of it.
County disaster declaration u
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not be available until next year. “If the money is there, we could access it,” said Mulherin. “FSA can’t give assistance unless the governor declares a disaster. It’s the first step in getting assistance. Most of the money would go to alleviate damage done by flooding and severe storms.” “Ralls has a lot of acres that didn’t get planted,” added Mulherin. “Crops that were planted look good but they’re about a
month and half late. Crop insurance will help but if a disaster is declared and federal aid money is there then the disaster aid will be available to Ralls farmers.” Public assistance allows local governments to seek assistance for response and recovery expenses associated with the severe weather and flooding; individual assistance means that eligible individuals and households can seek federal assistance for uninsured losses from severe weather
Tourism Director to drive Heritage Driving Trail Katie Steele Danner, Director of the Missouri Division of Tourism will be in Ralls County on July 12 to drive a part of the Ralls County Heritage Driving Trail. This trail project has been in works well over a year with the Missouri Humanities Council. The trail covers over 20 historic sites in Ralls County including all of the
Ralls “National Historic Landmarks”. If you were to drive the whole trail it would take over one day if you spent time at each location. Click on the site below to download the trail site. h t t p : / / w w w. m o h u manities.org/library/pdf/ Ralls_County_Heritage_ Driving_Trail.pdf
and flooding. The disaster period covered by today’s request followed similar severe weather and flooding that occurred in April. Gov. Nixon first declared a state of emergency in Missouri on April 10, in response to flooding brought on by a prolonged period of heavy rain. That same day, the Governor mobilized the Missouri National Guard to assist communities fighting rising floodwaters. The Governor’s order activated the State Emergency Operations Center and enabled the state to mobilize its resources, including the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) to assist local authorities. On May 31, the Governor again declared a state of emergency as continuing severe weather elevated river levels and tornadoes and straight-line winds caused extensive damage.
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New London City Council discusses budget On June 24 the New London City Council held a budget meeting at 6:00 p.m. in the city hall. Present for the meeting were Mayor Marvin Miller, Aldermen Allen Ballard, Brad Atkinson, Marilyn Powell and Janie White and City Clerk Millie Powell. No one else was in attendance. City Clerk Powell explained the process for which the budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year was determined. Individual line items were discussed. The public hearing closed at 6:24 p.m. A special meeting of the council was called to order on June 24 at 6:24 p.m. immediately following the public hearing.
A motion to approve the amends to the 2012-2013 Fiscal Budget was passed unanimously. The proposed 2013-2014 budget was approved unanimously. The meeting adjourned at 6:26 p.m. “Once again Ralls County’s newspaper has changed hands. Change is inevitable. It sometimes comes at an inconvenient time, but it comes despite our protests. The paper’s format and layout may differ, but the community is still the focus of our news. Our neighbors, churches and schools are the heart of the paper’s content, Always has been, always will be.”
Carolyn Trower Editor
Remain the Same?
As I often do before taking the “leap of faith” from what appears to be reality, across a vast chasm of speculation and interpretation, to a viable foothold in the Land of “Nods” (as opposed to “head shaking”); I sought council with Webster’s Dictionary. (Don’t have a Funk & Wagnall’s.) Change is an interesting word. Actually most words are interesting. Just ask Bill Clinton about the word “is.” (Although I will admit that “pya” interests me even less that “kyat.”) Change (the word) is as interesting as its possibilities. Change can be a vt. (verb, transitive), a vi. (verb, intransitive), or a n. (noun). Is it an oxymoron that “verb” is a noun? As a noun, “change” means 1. The act of or process of substitution…or 2. Absence of monotony…Since there is really no way to document when “change” started, we can really only catalog the changes that have occurred during recorded history, or speculate as to how changes in progress and future changes may come to impact our lives. We’re dealing with changes all over. Especially young parents. While “changing” the baby (To what? A pony?) is a verb, the “change” itself is a noun. Like any other change, there is residue to be dealt with. (Cover your eyes. I did the participle thing again. Change is not always forthcoming.) Egypt; marriage (how many other countries recognize gay marriages? Iran? Iraq? Kenya? Israel? Mexico? Italy?); the right to bear arms (openly or concealed); the mandate for all Americans to have proof of health insurance by 2014, even though the administration has now given employers until 2015 to provide said insurance; the change in the demography of the population of the United States: based on the theory that what was once supposedly the majority of United States citizens will soon not comprise a majority. Exactly where is it written or otherwise documented that Latinos are not Caucasians? Are they of Asian descent? Supposedly, Native Americans are of Asian descent. So, if we mix Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch, German, British, and Chinese ancestry with the native DNA base from South of the U.S. border, do we have a pure-bred Latino? And, how do you separate “Latino’ Catholics from Irish, German or Orthodox Catholics any more than you can segregate Judaism or Protestant by race or ethnic heritage? How do you list and separate (I said “list,” not “lift.”) all the ingredients in the “melting pot?” no matter how much the “sensation media” tries to draw lines of demarcation, the fact remains that those who chose the United States as their home with their pledge of allegiance have just become part of the majority who value the privilege of “freedom to assemble,” the protection of “due process of law,” and the security of living in a country where the duty of the military is to protect and not to rule. This is why people come to the United States. Why on earth would they want to change it? True, just as was the case when the United States opened its doors to millions fleeing Europe, there are those with political and economic agendas who are avid to “feed” upon those not yet accustomed to their new environment. That’s why the veterans here should be mentors. Along the lines of change, I’m sure you’re aware that the paper has a new owner. Still local staff. Still local news. Maybe I’ll change. Nah!
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RALLS COUNTY RECOLLECTIONS
A View From the Past
“Perry Bandstand dedication”
“How come you didn’t eat that meat? How come you slipping up on me like this? You ain’t nothing but a little old girl dog.” The animal drooped its nose and Skeeter saw it as plain as day and it was about as high as his knees. The little wrinkled face was almost sad and the white hair blazed down the chest and around the throat, but mostly the thing was red and the hair very short. “Ain’t going to hurt you. Wouldn’t hurt you for nothing.” The dog, for she was a dog, blinked her eyes and was trembling but did not run away. Slowly the boy walked toward her holding out his hand and talking to her and then he knelt by her and stroked her and she stopped trembling. She kept blinking her eyes that were hazel, and sniffed his hands and Perry MO well received by the crown progressiveness, their con- his feet. A pleading look “Enterprise” and drew much applause. certed effort in all matters of bewilderment and hope May 31, 1934 Atty. Chester D. Balmer for the good of the citizen- came to her eyes and she Band Stand dedication was master of ceremonies ry, and their loyalty in all fastened them on Skeeter, well attended and interspersed his in- undertakings of a commu- wistfully at first and then quizzically. And her eyes The ceremonies per- troductions with humor nity wide nature. taining to the dedication and clever remarks. The udge Alford’s remarks filled up. “She’s crying. Be John of the new band stand re- first speaker was Father weJre greatly appreciatdog if she ain’t crying.” cently erected in the City P. J. Barrett who dwelt at ed as was his presence on Park were well attended length on the band and this occasion. After the Skeeter was crying too. and it was a most enjoy- its accomplishments, the speeches the crowd gath- “Never saw no dog that able affair. It was another band mothers organiza- ered in the basement of could cry before.” He example of the wonderful tion and how much it had the band stand where the pulled her to him and she interest and cooperation done for the communi- mothers served supper. turned over and Skeein community affairs for ty in making the band a The band gave several ter scratched her, and the which this community is success and finished by more numbers and the tears went out of her eyes known throughout this complimenting Mayor dedication ceremonies and she closed them, and stretched. Then she chuckentire section of Missouri. Richards and those who were brought to a close. The program was in charge had assisted in the buildThe dance in the eve- led, a happy mixture of of the organization known ing of the band stand and ning was well attended chortle and yodel. “Now you’re laughing.” as the Band Mothers, of the beautifying of the City and the sponsors of the which Mrs. R. S. Buchan- Park. He was followed by day’s festivities were well The boy held her close. an is the president and all Representative E. R. Cald- pleased and it was declared “Ain’t no dog due to laugh and cry. Like Uncle Jesse the mothers of members well and Supt. M. D Woolf, by all an enjoyable affair. of the band are enthusi- both of whom made excelAmong those from out said, it ain’t natural.” But astic and loyal workers. lent talks. of town whom we hap- he, too, was laughing. Skeeter lifted her in his The band under the diThe principal address pened to see were Mr. and rection of Mr. Claude M. was given by Judge Ed- Mrs. W. W. Crockett, R. arms and lugged her back Dillinger has developed mund I. Alford who be- W. Winn and daughter, to the log where he had left into an excellent organi- cause of his interest in this Joann, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. the rope and he fastened zation and they expect to community, its projects English and son, Maurice, the rope around her neck give concerts here during and its people, made a Ira Caldwell, Judge H. G. and tied a knot that would the summer months and special effort to attend and Weaver, Ernest Keithly of have held a buffalo. He also secure engagements take a part. He extolled New London and Mr. and reached into the lard can to play at picnics, festivals, and praised the people of Mrs. Harry Edgar of Cen- and took out the rest of the food and fed her from etc. in neighboring towns. this community for their ter. his hand. Then he slipped The proceeds from various enterprises will be used to defray the expenses of the organization during the summer months. Financially the events last Thursday were a great The Leake Family Re- who was born about to any Leake family memsuccess, the mothers takunion has been scheduled 1720 probably in Calder ber are invited to attend ing in $39.49 at the supper and $71.87 at the dance for Saturday, July 13, at Parish, Lanarkshire, Scot- the reunion. Please bring held that evening. Of this Perry City Park. The re- land. By the late 1700s, birthdays, anniversaries, union will begin about James and his family begin etc. for your family. Deamount $67.01 was clear. The program began 10 a.m. and will continue showing up in the United lores Woodhurst will be information with the parade of the band throughout the day. There States census. In the late updating will be a grill going during 1700s, a large group of in the family tree. If you led by Misses Helen Devthe reunion, and families Catholic families living have photos of your famierman and Nancy Westfall that attend are invited to in Maryland agreed to ly, please bring those, too. as flag bearers and Melvin Maddux as drum major, bring whatever they want move to Kentucky togeth- You can either bring them from the business section to grill, along with a side er, including James and in an electronic format of town out to the park. dish. Tea and tableware his family. James’s wife’s (CD or jump drive) or as The band was followed by will be provided. The park name was Mary, although a hard copy that can be the kitchen band under has playground equip- her last name is unknown. scanned that day. If you the direction of Mrs. W. E. ment, an area for horse- James “Rebel” Leake and have historic pictures of Boyd with Mrs. F. D. Barr hoes, and a large area to Mary had eight children: the Leake family, please as drum major. After a play baseball if anyone is Mary “Polly” Leake, James share those, too. Pho“Cincinnati” Leake, John tos may also be emailed concert by the band on the interested. The reunion will en“Jack” Leake, Richard to woodhurst@rallstech. new band stand the kitchcompass all descendants Leake, Ellenor “Nellie” com. After the reunion a en band rendered a couple of James “Rebel Leake”, Leake, William Leake, Ig- CD will be made with this of numbers which were natius Leake, and Raphael information and mailed to Leake. Several years ago, families that attended. If Ron Leake, a member of you have questions, please the James “Rebel” Leake contact Mark Leake (660family and the president 234-4254/markleake@ of the Ralls County His- wirecoworldgroup.com); torical Society, completed Ron Leake (573-248-6147/ extensive research about firstname.lastname@example.org; Teresa Main Street the descendants of James Cody (660-341-4150/theNew London, Mo. “Rebel” Leake, including email@example.com); or publishing a book of his Delores Woodhurst (573KRACK-UP KARAOKE research. 248-7445/woodhurst@ All individuals related rallstech.com). Friday, July 12
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the handle of the can over his arm and picked up the gun. “Come on. Let’s go home. Me and you.” The dog followed willingly and the rope was not necessary at all, but Skeeter was taking no chances. They went back to the spring and the food that he had left there was gone. “You slipped in and ate it.” He knelt by the dog and squeezed her head between his hands and played with her. “You fooled me. Didn’t know you were anywhere nigh and here you were round and about all the time.” He put his cheek against her head and she chuckled. He wrapped the rope around his wrist and they headed up the path and when the cabin was in sight Skeeter began running, and the dog was at his heels. “Uncle Jesse!” He shouted the greeting and the news. “I got it.” The old man still was sitting on the back steps, staring at the saw that should have been cut, and when he heard the boy he moved faster than he had moved in many years and jogged around the corner of the cabin. “I got it. Told you I’d get it,” Skeeter yelled. “Well, now, I do know.” Uncle Jesse was flabbergasted and looked hard at the strange animal. “That ain’t nothing but a little old dog.” “Little old girl dog.” “Well, now, I do declare.” Uncle Jesse moved forward the boy and the dog leaped between him
and Skeeter and braced herself. “Hold that thing.” The old man stepped back. “Ain’t rightly friendly.” Skeeter tightened the rope and slipped his arm around the dog’s chest. “That’s just Uncle Jesse. Lives around here, too. Just Uncle Jesse.” The dog looked from the boy to the old man, and the old man still was skeptical and kept his distance. “Didn’t growl or nothing. Just jumped.” “Can’t growl,” Skeeter said. “Do she ought to be barking or growling she just laughs.” “Do tell.” “It’s so.” He handed the gun and the bucket to Uncle Jesse and snapped his fingers and whistled and the dog followed him around the cabin, and Uncle Jesse followed both of them, shuffling along and muttering his amazement. Skeeter glanced at the uncut wood and said nothing and went over and sat on the back steps and the dog sat at his feet and never took her eyes from his face. “She’s mine. Uncle Jess. I found her.” “Wonder how she got around here?” The old man propped against the cabin and studied the animal. “Don’t know, but she’s mine.” “That dog’s been around folks. Belongs to somebody.” “Belongs to me. I found her.” To be continued
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And the Winners in Perry’s Fourth of July activities were:
Girls 7-12 months. From left are Neilee Mae Brown, first place and Matilyn Burts, second place. Girls 0-6 months. From left are Kenadee Hopkins, second place and Annie Jo Hodges, first place.
Boys 0-6 months. From left are Ezekiel Wells, second place and Reese and Brantley Boswell, first place.
Boys 13-23 months. From left are Clayton Birkhead, first place and William Shierbaum, second place.
Boys 7-12 months. From left are Jase Polston, first place and Carter Stuart, second place.
Girls 13-23 months. From left are Maelynn Kirklin, first place and Kinley Roberts, second place.
Frog Jump winners. Left to right: Krayleigh Power, first; Dawson Talbott, second; Justin Jaspering, third
Seed Spitting 9 and up. Left to right: Joshua Brothers, first with 138”; Brock Hooley, second with 131”; Paige Eddington, third with 113”
The overall baby show winner was Neilee Mae Brown.
All photos by Ralls County Herald Enterprise Editor Carolyn Trower. Look for additional photos of the Perry Fourth of July in next week’s Regional issue
Local area proud parents welcome new babies Jonas David Wood
Mylah Jean Duckworth
A son, Jonas David Wood, was born June 24, 2013, at 5L35 a.m. at Hannibal Regional Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs 14 ozs and was 21 inches long. The proud parents are Danielle and Derek Wood, of Center.
A daughter, Mylah Jean Duckworth, was born June 29, 2013, at 7:44 a.m. at Hannibal Regional Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs 2 ozs and was 19.5 inches long. The proud parents are Mallory and Jonathan Duckworth, of New London.
Seed Spitting 8 and under. Left to right: Bella Hawkins, third with 56”; Clara O’Brien, second with 97”; Katy Kruz, first with 107”
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The Church at Ariel
Pastor Tim Sanders
Chariots, 8 Horses, Trust The word says in Psalms 20:7 that some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we will remember the name of the Lord our God. This old world has such a draw to it that we must always be in guard as to where we place our trust for it can be drawn away by things, and ways, and thoughts, but there is only one who can faithfully hold our trust. He is Christ the Lord! Some trust in chariots, some trust in horses. Not me! Ice Cream Social on Saturday, July 20, from 5-7 p.m. Live music by Ariel Messengers about 5:30 p.m. Come visit, enjoy fellowship and listen. Just old country stuff! The Church at Ariel (Ariel Christian) is located in Ralls County off Highway A 1.5 miles west of Salt River Bridge on Ariel Lane. Follow the signs. Services are at 10:30 a.m.
Perry Christian Church
Pastor David Todd
The altar candles were lit by Caytlyn Provancha and Jordan Kay Wilkerson for the Perry Christian Church worship hour of July 7. “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” was sung. Pastor Todd gave the welcome and recognized the family of Floyd Seelow. Today was his birthday and family came from Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio and Missouri, to help him celebrate. Arlen led in singing “Happy Birthday” to him. Jane Long from Idaho is a guest of the Elams and was also introduced. “Awesome God” was the praise hymn. Pastor Todd had recently visited with JoAnne Bumgarner and she sent “greetings”. John Asbury thanked everyone for their prayers and well wishes and stated it might be safe to take him off the prayer list for now. Zabette Elam said she was doing well. A good report from Mike Arrowood was given also. “Battle Hymn of the Republic” was sung before morning prayer and sharing our concerns. Prayers are asked for friends and family of Lynn Broyles and Zabette.Elam and for Frankie Ross. Family of the Seelows, Shanian and Emily, will be doing mission work in the Harlem section of New York for a couple of weeks and want our prayers. “Victory In Jesus” was sung after pastor invited all to share in the Lord’s Supper. Elders giving the prayers were Arlen Provancha and Greg Harrison. Deacons were Warren Hetrick, Wyatt Lewellen, Nancy Seelow and Glenna Johnson. As tribute to Floyd, a piano solo was performed by his granddaughter, Katherine Linstad. For the children’s moment, Alisha Eisele read an inspirational story of a talented hymn composer and asked each of the children what talents they had to share. Their talents were many and varied. Luke 10:1-11 was read by Jesse Todd for his father’s sermon on “Serving the LORD”. In that respect, serving on our church board this year will be Chairman, Nancy Seelow; Vice Chairman, Tom Hurley; Secretary, Carol Norman; Treasurer, Jill Lewellen. We have a serious message to share with others that the Kingdom of God is drawing near and it is important to pray for others and to celebrate what God is doing for us on our journey of faith. The invitation hymn “I Am Praying for You” preceded the benediction and closed with “America, the Beautiful”. Bible Study will begin the Book of Daniel.
South Fork Presbyterian
Pastor John Grimmett
The Sunday, July 7, services at South Fork Presbyterian church began with Patti Grimmett playing “America the Beautiful” on the piano followed by Pastor John Grimmett leading in song to “The Star Spangled Banner”, “God of Our Fathers”, “My Country ‘Tis of Thee” and “Blest Be the Tie That Binds”, and the Responsive Prayer of Confession and the Assurance of Pardon from Micah 7:18-20. Prayer was held for Helen Kennon; family of Mike Mallory; the Halleman family; plane crash victims; Egypt; those traveling and our country with all saying the Lord’s Prayer. The morning special was sung by Patti, “What Did He Die For” as she played guitar. The message “God’s People and God’s Plan” was based on scripture from 1 Corinthians 15:1-12 as the ultimate sacrifice was Jesus dying on the cross for you and for me...Credo “I believe” - we need to explain exactly what happened...We are all called to know the gospel and proclaim the word of the Lord - Jesus is God! God understands the problems of the world - On the third day He arose from the dead - this is our amazing truth...Who is going to judge you and me? JESUS! In the blink of an eye! Earl Sweitzer and Dan Halleman led the Communion; with Dan leading the Offertory as Patti played “Our God, Our Help in Ages Past” and all sang the “Doxology”. Patti played “Eternal Father, Strong to Save” as all retired in fellowship. Services are held every Sunday at 9 a.m., and all are welcome to come hear the word of the Lord. And that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day according to the scriptures 1 Corinthians 15:4.
OBITUARIES AND CHURCH NEWS Michael “Bubba” Steele 1998-2013 Obituaries ✝ Bonnie Jean Johnston 1952-2013
Bonnie Jean Johnston, 61, of Hannibal, loving wife, mother and grandmother, passed away at 4 a.m., Wednesday, July 3, 2013, at her home after her bout with cancer. Mrs. Johnston was born April 9, 1952, in Hannibal to Richard and Catherine I. Wilson Mitchell. She was married to Ronald L. Johnston on August 18, 1972, in Hannibal. He survives. Other survivors include six children, Brian Kelley (Lianne), of Hannibal; Cathy Johnston Kolarik (Denny), of Hannibal, Robin Johnston Rice (Robert), of Hannibal, Ronald Richard Johnston (Tisha), of Hannibal, Clinton Leroy Johnston, of Hannibal and Ronald Lewis Johnston, Jr. (Vicky), of Center; two brothers, Richard Bradley Mitchell (Suzanne) and Roger Allan Mitchell; two sisters, Cheryl Mitchell Brown (Bruce) and Stacy Mitchell Roberts; 14 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents; nephews; and one special nephew, Jimmy Hinds. Mrs. Johnston was a homemaker. Her life was a dedication of love, caring and concern for her family. She brought joy to her family. Mrs. Johnston loved spending time with her family. She also liked to play games on the computer and enjoyed cooking with her daughters. She always loved morning coffee at her house. She attended the Southside Baptist Church as a child and she was a Baptist by faith. Graveside services and burial were held at 11 a.m. Friday, July 5, at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Hannibal. Rev. Tim Goodman officiated. The James O’Donnell Funeral Home in Hannibal was in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society in care of James O’Donnell Funeral Home of Hannibal. Online condolences may be made at www.jamesodonnellfuneralhome.com.
Robert Franklin Ford 1928-2013
Robert Franklin Ford, 85, of Center, died at 12:42 p.m., Monday, July 1, 2013, at Hannibal Regional Hospital, in Hannibal. Mr. Ford was born June 10, 1928, in Ilasco, to Robert and Clara Ledbetter Ford. He was married to Virginia Ford on Dec. 10, 1954 in Hannibal. She preceded him in death September 23, 2011. Survivors include one son, Mark Craig Ford (Pam) of Center, two grandchildren, Mark Christopher Ford and Brandy Nicole Fugate (Jay) and one great granddaughter; Hannah Fugate and his dog “Candy”. He is preceded in death by his parents, one brother and three sisters. Mr. Ford was a United States Army Veteran of the Korean Conflict. He worked as a self employed truck driver for many years and retired as the manager of Quincy Soybean in Center, in 1993. Mr. Ford was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Center. He enjoyed mowing grass with his dog Candy. Mr. Ford was a member of the United Methodist Church in Center, and later of the Center Baptist Church. Funeral Services were held at 1 p.m., Wednesday, July 3, at the James O’Donnell Funeral Home. in Hannibal. Burial was at Center Cemetery in Center. Visitation was from 12 p.m., until the time of services Wednesday at the James O’Donnell Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project in care of the James O’Donnell Funeral Home.
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ber of Adiel Baptist Church in which he was privileged to help build. Funeral services were held on Saturday, July 6, at 10 a.m., at the Adiel Baptist Church near Frankford with Rev. Bill Dexheimer officiating. Burial was in the Brice Cemetery near Center. Visitation was held from 4-9 p.m., Friday at the Mudd-Veach Funeral Home, in Bowling Green. Pallbearers were Bobby Burns, Joe Burns, Zeb Finley, Austin Raddatz, Matt McGlasson and Jacob Calvin. Honorary pallbearers will be Nicole Steele, Alyssa Craiger, Kenady Johnson, Logan Boyd, Brett Hubert, Jessica McMillen, Zach McBride, Seth Bruenger, Tucker Bruenger and Sophomore Class. Memorials may be made to B.G.H.S. FFA Trap Team, Ralls Co, 4-H Shooting Sports, Adiel Baptist Church or the Michael Steele Memorial Scholarship Fund. Online condolences may be left at www.muddveach.com
Patricia Maxine Inman 1942-2013
Patricia Maxine Inman, 71, of Center, passed away at 8:58 p.m., JSaturday, uly 6, 2013, at Westview Nursing Home, in Center. She was born April 30, 1942, in Hannibal, the daughter of Robert Franklin and Virginia Maxine Walker Bramblett. She was married to Samuel J. Inman, on Dec. 14, 1962, in Center, and he preceded her in death on April 8, 2006. Survivors include one son, Timothy Shawn (LaVon) Inman, of New London; one brother, Thomas (Linda) Bramblett, of Center; one sister, Carol (Walter) Bruckerhoff, of Tulsa, Okla.; and one grandson, Brett Austin Inman, of New London; several aunts and uncles and numerous other relatives. She was preceded in death by one son, Samuel C. Inman; and two brothers, Howard Bramblett and William J. Baker. Mrs. Inman was a lifetime area resident and homemaker. She was Christian by faith and had worked in area restaurants and nursing homes. She enjoyed gardening, cook-
Patricia Maxine Inman
ing, and spending time with her family. Graveside services for Mrs. Inman were held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, July 10, at Center Cemetery, with Reverend Tim Sanders officiating. No visitation was planned. Services were under the direction of Bienhoff Funeral Home, Center. Memorial contributions may be made to the Center Cemetery Association. Online condolences may be made at www.bienhofffuneralhome.com.
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Michael “Bubba” Steele age 15, of Frankford ,passed away Monday, July 1, 2013 as a result of a farm related accident near Center. Michael was born on March 26, 1998, in Mexico, the son of Billy Joe Adair and Dena Michelle Cragen Steele. Surviving are his mother Dena Steele, of Frankford, father Bill Steele, of Mexico, sister Nicole Steele, of Frankford, Michael’s girlfriend Kenady Johnson, of Perry; grandparents Dale and Donna Cragen, of Frankford, Elizabeth Ebers, of Mexico, great grandmother Georgia Belshe, of Perry and aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by great grandparents Don Belshe, J.W. and Martha Lee Cragen and Frank and Martha Edgerton. Michael lived in the Frankford area all of his life and currently a sophomore at Bowling Green High School where he was active in FFA. He enjoyed farm work of all kinds cutting wood, gardening, raising and selling pigs, bucking hay bales and working on trucks. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and riding ATV’s. Michael was also involved in the Libery Wide Awake 4-H Club and very active in shooting sports in both FFA and 4-H. Michael didn’t know a stranger because he was friends with everyone. He was saved and baptized and a mem-
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COMMUNITY NEWS/LEGALS New London First Christian Church
Pastor Tom Day
Worship services at New London First Christian opened with the choir singing “This Is the Day.” Pastor Tom Day welcomed all and made announcements. Marilyn Lucas played “I Believe in a Hill Called Mt. Calvary” as the prelude. The call to worship and the responsive reading were followed by the hymn of praise, “Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory.” The invocation was given and the Lord’s Prayer said in unison. Pastor Day’s youth moment was “Be proud to be an American.” The worship hymn was “O Beautiful for Spacious Skies.” Joys and concerns were heard. What a joy to have Liz Gingrich with us today. “Happy Birthday” was sung for her 99th birthday. Jim Quinlin also celebrated a birthday and Dorothy and Jim celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary. Prayers were asked for Ray Jarman (Dave’s brother), Fern Arnold, Robert Stover, Mary Gay Huff, Marian Gallion (surgery), Pastor Dawn Marie Turner, the family of Linda Lake Dorman. Pastor Day performed graveside services. CWF provided lunch after the services. Silent and pastoral prayers and choral response followed. The meditation and words of institution were given in preparation for the Lord’s Supper. The communion hymn was “I Am Thine, O Lord.” Elder Tom Flowerree gave the prayer. Serving today were Bryan Day, Eunie Whitaker, Carrie Talley and Pat Gibbs. The offertory sentence, receiving of the tithes and offerings, doxology and prayer of dedication followed. Scripture was from Proverbs 22:28 and Pastor Day’s message was “Remember the Landmarks!” The hymn of invitation was “Let There Be Peace on Earth.” Benediction, choral response and postlude closed the service. Steve and Betty Wideman were greeters. Dalton Peery lit the candles. Carrie Talley and Eunie Whitaker prepared communion. Today’s thought is, “Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if any man hear my voice, and open the door; I will come in to him and will sup with him, and he with me.” Revelation 3:20
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Perry City Council unanimously reverses decision over English Mastiff, warns owner Bill Arnold was in attendance at the July 2 Perry City Council meeting to appeal a recent complaint against his dog. Police Chief Brian Hooley gave a history of the complaints and the dates they were made against Arnold’s English Mastiff. Complaints included that the dog barked at individuals who were walking in the street and that the dog came up to people in the street. Chief Hooley recited Ordinance 205.190 and declared the dog dangerous because of subchapter 3 of the ordinance. Subchapter 3 reads, “Biting or injuring any person, domestic animal or pet; habitually snapping at, growling or otherwise manifesting a disposition to bite, attack or injure any person or domestic animal or pet; causing any person
to have a reasonable fear of physical injury.” Arnold defended his pet saying it was a large dog with a loud bark but was not aggressive. Arnold read several letters from individuals regarding his pet, all which said the dog had never shown signs of aggressive behavior toward them. After much discussion a motion was made to repeal the vicious dog complaint for the English Mastiff. If another situation arises there will be zero tolerance and the dog must be muzzled when on a lead and must abide by the ordinance. The motion passed 4-0. Penny Roberts was also in attendance to speak to the council on the importance of an Air Evac membership for people who live in a rural community. She asked the council to con-
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sider purchasing a membership for city employees. City Clerk Danette Henderson reported that she had pay requests from Klingner for $447.38 and from Lake for $11402.13. A motion to pay the requests was unanimously passed. Bill No. 176 was introduced and read by title only by City Attorney Joe Brannon. The ordinance title reads, “An ordinance amending section 700.210 ‘Electric Rates’ of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Perry, Missouri.” This bill allows the city to increase the electric rates. The rates will increase 8 % beginning with the September2013 utility bill. Approval of the first reading passed unanimously. The bill was given a second reading which was also approved unanimously. The roll call vote went as follows: Alderman Long, yes; Alderman Hawkins, yes; Alderman Barnett, yes; and Alderman Sharp, yes. The bill was declared passed by Mayor Wasson and became Ordinance No. 461. City Administrator Mark Fuqua reported that
paperwork for the USDA/ RD grant had been filed. Chief Hooley reported that he had received a $250.00 donation from Woodmen of the World to be used toward equipment. Discussion was held on fireworks regarding the decision to allow them to be set off through July 6. City Superintendent Don Huff reported that the bench and table had been moved from the Dr. Swon Park to the Bill Trower Memorial Park as discussed at the June meeting. Huff also provided a bid from Klingner on a plan for uni-directional flushing. A motion to approve the plan for uni-directional flushing by Klingner & Associates for $3200.00 was approved unanimously. The council also voted unanimously to approve the city to join the Missouri cooperative procurement program which would allow the city access to statewide contract listing and to approve Anthem BCBS health insurance renewal. The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.
Alix Carpenter Agronomy Specialist Nitrogen Loss Peter Scharf, MU Extension Professor specializing in nutrient management, estimates that nitrogen loss cost Midwestern corn producers two billion bushels from 2008 to 2011. High moisture levels brought on by rain and snow have caused nitrogen loss this year as well. Fall-applied anhydrous ammonia and other (non-anhydrous ammonia) nitrogen sources applied this spring are at greatest risk of loss. For several years, Dr. Scharf has provided data concerning spring rainfall and the potential for nitrogen loss on his Nitrogen Loss website, http:// plantsci.missouri.edu/ nut r i e nt manage me nt / nitrogen/loss.htm. Data from this year indicate that most well-drained soils in eastern Missouri are in danger, meaning that fields in these areas will have substantial yield loss due to nitrogen deficiency is all nitrogen was applied pre-plant. More than 16 inches of rain has fallen since April 1 in danger areas. Rescue nitrogen applications will likely be profitable until tasseling or later. When rescue N applications are called for, any method (other than broadcasting UAN solution onto a crop taller than one foot) is a good method. Dr. Scharf summarized: • Broadcast urea causes
almost no yield loss due to leaf burn. In our research, we applied 150 pounds of nitrogen per acre as urea on corn up to four feet tall, and the yield difference between broadcast and inrow placement of urea was generally less than four bushels per acre. However, we made an attempt to use non-dusty urea at times when no dew was on leaves. Dusty urea on wet leaves might cause more yield loss. Urea is clearly a better nitrogen source than ammonium nitrate for aerial application. • Agrotain coating of urea improved yield response of corn when the corn was one or two feet tall, but not when the corn was three or four feet tall. The taller corn has less air movement at the soil surface, which probably reduces volatilization loss from the urea. Also, corn leaves can absorb ammonia from air, so ammonia that volatilizes from urea applied to tall corn may be captured by the leaves before escaping into the air above the canopy. • Ammonium nitrate causes substantial yield loss (about 20 bushels peracre) due to leaf burn when broadcast over three or four foot tall corn, moderate yield loss (eight bushels per acre) when broadcast over two foot tall corn, and no yield loss when broadcast over one foot tall corn. • UAN solution dribbled between rows was an effective rescue N treatment. Broadcast UAN solution caused severe yield loss due to leaf burn.
LEGAL NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
For default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Daniel D. Jaggie and Peggy S. Jaggie, dated July 14, 2004, and recorded on August 10, 2004, Document No. 2004-34290 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Ralls County, Missouri, the undersigned Successor Trustee will on August 6, 2013, at 4:30 PM, at the West Front Door of the Ralls County Courthouse, New London, Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash: A TRACT OF LAND LYING IN THE EAST HALF (E1/2) OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE-1/4) OF SECTION TWENTY (20), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-FIVE (55) NORTH, RANGE FIVE (5) WEST, RALLS COUNTY, MISSOURI, AND BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS TO-WIT: FROM THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF THE EAST HALF (E-1/2) OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE-1/4) OF SAID SECTION TWENTY (20) RUN SOUTH 86 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID SECTION TWENTY (20) A DISTANCE OF 148.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES AND 14 SECONDS WEST 1260.57 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF MISSOURI STATE ROUTE 19; THENCE NORTH 46 DEGREES, 40 MINUTES AND 20 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT-OFWAY 214.45 FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE NORTH 50 DEGREES 55 MINUTES AND 13 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY 99.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 09 DEGREES 07 MINUTES AND 30 SECONDS EAST
310.53 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES AND 00 MINUTES WEST 128.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES AND 21 MINUTES AND 05 SECONDS EAST 241.65 FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING CONTAINING 0 . 66 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. Permanent Parcel Number: 35080420000000009000 DANIEL D. RAY JAGGIE AND PEGGY SUE JAGGIE, HUSBAND AND WIFE MORE CORRECTLY DESCRIBED AS: A tract of land lying in the East half (E-1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE-1/4) of Section Twenty (20), Township Fifty-Five (55) North, Range Five (5) West, Rails County, Missouri being more fully described as follows to-wit: From the Southwest corner of the East Half (E-1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE-1/4) of said Section Twenty (20) run South 86 degrees 17 minutes and 41 seconds East along the South
line of said Section Twenty (20) a distance of 148.00 feet; thence North 00 degrees 05 minutes and 14 seconds West 1260.57 feet to the Southerly right-of-way of Missouri State Route 19; thence North 46 degrees 40 minutes and 20 seconds East along said right of way 214.45 feet to the true point of beginning; thence North 50 degrees 55 minutes and 13 seconds East along said Southerly right-of-way 99.50 feet; thence South 09 degrees 07 minutes and 30 seconds East 310.53 feet; thence North 89 degrees 00 minutes West 128.00 feet; thence North 00 degrees and 21 minutes and 05 seconds East 241.65 feet to the true point of beginning as per Survey #79-0220 of Harold R. Crane, Registered Land Surveyor #1111 Missouri as made in July 1979, commonly known as 20536 Highway 19, New London, MO 63459 subject to all prior easements, restrictions, res-
ervations, covenants and encumbrances now of record, if any, to satisfy the debt and costs. South & Associates, P.C., Successor Trustee First Publication: July 11, 2013. For more information, visit www.southlaw.com
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CLASSIFIED ADS/LEGALS REAL ESTATE PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex,handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination. We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.
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LEGAL NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
To all persons interested in the ESTATE OF MARY JO GRAHAM, DECEASED: You are hereby notified that the undersigned Personal Representative of said estate will file Final Settlement and Petition for Distribution on the 22nd day of July, 2013, in the Probate Division of the Ralls County Circuit Court, New London, Missouri, and that any objections or exceptions to such Settlement or Petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty (20) days from such date. ROBERT M. ROSS PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE BRISCOE, RODENBAUGH & BRANNON Attorneys at Law P. O. Box 446 New London, Missouri 63459 Telephone: (573) 985-3411 ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE Published on: June 20, 27, July 4 and 11, 2013
NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
To all persons interested in the ESTATE OF ANDREW W. LEAKE, DECEASED: You are hereby notified that the undersigned Personal Representative of said estate will file Final Settlement and Petition for Distribution on the 22nd day of July, 2013, in the Probate Division of the Ralls County Circuit Court, New London, Missouri, and that any objections or exceptions to such Settlement or Petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty (20) days from such date. CHRIS WAYNE BLACK PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE BRISCOE, RODENBAUGH & BRANNON Attorneys at Law P. O. Box 446 New London, Missouri 63459 Telephone: (573) 9853411 ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE Published on: June 20, 27, July 4 and 11, 2013
NOTICE OF FILING OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION
To all persons interested in the ESTATE OF GARY DEAN SIMS, DECEASED: You are hereby notified that the undersigned Personal Representative of said estate will file Final Settlement and Petition for Distribution on the 22nd day of July, 2013, in the Probate Division of the Ralls County Circuit Court, New London, Missouri, and that any objections or exceptions to such Settlement or Petition or any item thereof must be in writing and filed within twenty (20) days from such date. JAMES ALLEN SIMS Personal Representative BRISCOE, RODENBAUGH & BRANNON Attorneys at Law P. O. Box 446 New London, Missouri 63459 Telephone: (573) 9853411 ATTORNEYS FOR ESTATE Published on: June 20, 27, July 4 and 11, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
Default having been made in the payment of that certain note secured by Deed of Trust executed by Ronald R. Vanover and Vinia Vanover, dated May 24, 2000 and recorded on June 2, 2000 as Document No. 2000 23274, Office of Recorder of Deeds, Ralls County, Missouri. The Successor Trustee will on July 19, 2013, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. more particularly at 10 a.m., at the Ralls County Courthouse, 300 Main Street, West Front door, New London, Mo., sell at public venue to the highest bidder for cash, the following real estate: All of the South Half (S1/2) of that part of Lot Twenty-two (22) in Saverton, Ralls County, Missouri, lying west of the Western Right-of-Way Line of C.B. & Q. Railroad, described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point in the Western line of above-mentioned Lot Twenty-two (22), South 22 degrees and 7 minutes East Eighty (80) feet from the Northwest corner of said Lot Twenty-two (22); (said point of beginning being the Southwest corner of
a tract conveyed by J.D. Arthaud, Jr. and wife to William Curtis Foster by Deed recorded in Book 168, at Page 65), run thence South 22 degrees and 7 minutes East Eighty (80) feet to the Southwest corner of said Lot Twenty-two (22), thence Northeastwardly on and along the South line of said Lot Twenty-two (22), to the Western rightof-way line of the C.B. & Q. Railroad; thence on and along said Western rightof-way line North 30 degrees and 01 minutes West 811.78 feet to the southeast corner of tract conveyed by Arthaud to Foster; thence on and along Foster’s South line South 59 degrees and 48 minutes West 184.9 feet, more or less, to the POINT OF BEGINNING and being within Spanish Grant Survey 1809 Township Fifty-six (56), Range Three (3) West, in Carroll and Company Atlas of Ralls County, Missouri. Subject to Public Roads, Private Roads, Highways and Easements as now of record. 12680 Saverton Drive, Saverton, MO 63467 For the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness and the costs of executing this trust. S&W Foreclosure Corporation Successor Trustee Pub Commences June 27, 2013 S&W File No.13-021729 By: Shapiro & Weisman, L.C. www.shapiroattorneys. com/mo Purported address: 12680 Saverton Drive, Saverton, MO 63467 Published on: June 27, July 4, 11 and 18, 2013
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
For default in the payment of debt secured by a deed of trust executed by Daniel D. Jaggie and Peggy S. Jaggie, dated July 14, 2004, and recorded on August 10, 2004, Document No. 2004-34290 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, Ralls County, Missouri, the undersigned Successor Trustee will on August 6, 2013, at 4:30 PM, at the West Front Door of the Ralls County Courthouse, New London, Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash: A TRACT OF LAND
LYING IN THE EAST HALF (E-1/2) OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE-1/4) OF SECTION TWENTY (20), TOWNSHIP FIFTYFIVE (55) NORTH, RANGE FIVE (5) WEST, RALLS COUNTY, MISSOURI, AND BEING MORE FULLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS TO-WIT: FROM THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF (E1/2) OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER (SE-1/4) OF SAID SECTION TWENTY (20) RUN SOUTH 86 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 41 SECONDS EAST ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID SECTION TWENTY (20) A DISTANCE OF 148.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES AND 14 SECONDS WEST 1260.57 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY RIGHTOF-WAY OF MISSOURI STATE ROUTE 19; THENCE NORTH 46 DEGREES, 40 MINUTES AND 20 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY 214.45 FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE NORTH 50 DEGREES 55 MINUTES AND 13 SECONDS EAST ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY 99.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 09 DEGREES 07 MINUTES AND 30 SECONDS EAST 310.53 FEET; THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES AND 00 MINUTES WEST 128.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES AND 21 MINUTES AND 05 SECONDS EAST 241.65 FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING CONTAINING 0 . 66 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. Permanent Parcel Number: 35080420000000009000 DANIEL D. RAY JAGGIE AND PEGGY SUE JAGGIE, HUSBAND AND WIFE MORE CORRECTLY DESCRIBED AS: A tract of land lying in the East half (E-1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE1/4) of Section Twenty (20), Township FiftyFive (55) North, Range Five (5) West, Rails County, Missouri being more fully described as follows to-wit: From the Southwest corner of the East Half (E-1/2) of the Southeast Quarter
(SE-1/4) of said Section Twenty (20) run South 86 degrees 17 minutes and 41 seconds East along the South line of said Section Twenty (20) a distance of 148.00 feet; thence North 00 degrees 05 minutes and 14 seconds West 1260.57 feet to the Southerly right-of-way of Missouri State Route 19; thence North 46 degrees 40 minutes and 20 seconds East along said right of way 214.45 feet to the true point of beginning; thence North 50 degrees 55 minutes and 13 seconds East along said Southerly right-ofway 99.50 feet; thence South 09 degrees 07 minutes and 30 seconds East 310.53 feet; thence North 89 degrees 00 minutes West 128.00 feet; thence North 00 degrees and 21 minutes and 05 seconds East 241.65 feet to the true point of beginning as per Survey #79-0220 of Harold R. Crane, Registered Land Surveyor #1111 Missouri as made in July 1979., commonly known as 20536 Highway 19, New London, MO, 63459 subject to all prior easements, restrictions, reservations, covenants and encumbrances now of record, if any, to satisfy the debt and costs. South & Associates, P.C., Successor Trustee First Publication: July 11, 2013. For more information, visit www.southlaw.com
Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission
of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose (Casefile No. 148313 / Invoice No. 148313637566). Published on: July 11, 18, 25 and August 1, 2013 IN THE 10TH CIRCUIT COURT RALLS COUNTY, MISSOURI Judge or Division: David C. Mobley Case Number: 13RL-PR00040
NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Small Estate)
In the estate of BEVERLY A. MUNDLE, Deceased. To All Persons Interested in the Estate of BEVERLY A MUNDLE, Decedent. On June 26, 2013 a small estate affidavit was filed by the distributees for the decedent under Section 473.097, RSMo, with the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Ralls County, Missouri. All creditors of the decedent, who died on December 18,2012, are notified that Section 473.444, RSMo, sets a limitation period that would bar claims one year after the death of the decedent. A creditor may request that this estate be opened for administration. Receipt of this notice should not be construed by the recipient to indicate that the recipient may possibly have a beneficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person’s interest, if any, may possibly be determined from the affidavit on this estate filed in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Ralls County, Missouri. Date of first publication: July 11, 2013 Gina Jameson, (seal) Circuit Clerk Karen A. Huff (signed) Deputy Clerk
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The Ralls County Herald-Enterprise
AROUND THE COUNTY Center Elementary Awards CENTER ELEMENTARY AWARDS 2012-2013
New London Coach Pitch #1…
Left to right: First row - Keegan Krigbaum, Micah Daniels, Hunter Lewellen, Mallory Daniels and Ayden Dye. Second row - Coach Corey Means, Ean Colbert, Natalie Lake, Brody Colbert, Adalynne Means, Kendra Lake and Jailynn Howald. RCHE PHOTO
Thank you Veterans... Girl Scout Troop #9359 hosted a Thank You Veteran’s Luncheon on June 23, 2013. This was a project the girls chose to do as a Bronze Award Project. Left to right, Brianna Wells, Halee Calvin, Becca Lawrence, Abby Robb and Bailey Klise. RCHE PHOTO
Mark Twain HS Awards Grossmann’s Awards Alg A- Top Student Savannah Rameriez Most Improved- Emilee Higgins Strother Here are the awards for History The Julius Caesar Award: World History Student Who Best Exemplifies Leadership in Learning: Erac Kaiser The Leonardo Da Vinci Award; World History Student Who Holds the Highest Academic Performance: Jill Alexander The Plato Award: World History Student Who Is the Most Inquisitive and Interested: Bradie Hamilton Miller The Euclid Award - Top Geometry Student: Erac Kaiser and Jill Alexander The Archimedes award - Most Improved Geometry Student: Corey Cornelius The Leonhard Euler Award - Top Algebra II Student: Clayton Robinson and Courtney Kunkel The Ramanujan Award - Most Improved Algebra II Student: Walker Sharp The C. F. Gauss Awardtop Precalculus student: Andrew Borders B Hudson Here are my Career Math awards. I based this on students having a 95%
or higher all 4 qtrs. Trenton Bishop, Kyley Barnes, Haley Clarkson, Shay Elledge, Brandon Essig, Lucretia Kuntz Whitaker Psychology - Senise Burton Modern History - Corey Gilmore and Dugan Lipp Brandenburg Top Students - Clayton Robinson, McKenzie Johnston, Brian Howald Most Improved - Patrick Robertson, Tristan Sweet, Maggie Arnold Cunningham Biology Student of the Year: Jill Alexander, Marrissa Hiner Courtney Kunkel, Emma Smith, Victoria Thompson Zoology Student of the Year: Morgan Couch Botany Student of the Year: Brandon Banks Ecology Student of the Year: Mariah Mittag Top Bird Nest Builder: Colton Leake Positive Attitude Award: Becky Pickett, Bradie Hamilton, Will Hedgpeth, Erin Rubemeyer Most Improved: Chris McAlister M Epperson 1st hr weight training -Sabdiel Aleman ( Hard Work Award) 2nd hr Health -Clayton
Robinson (Top Of Class Award) 4th hr. Health -Jill Alexander (Top Of Class Award) 6th hr. Weight training-Dylan Stout ( Hard Work Award TSmith World H istory: Top Student - Samantha Powell Most Improved Shaleigh Mooney English II: Top Student - Thomas Cunningham Most Improved - Ronnie Spruell*** English I: Top Student - Bradley Branham, Savannah Ramirez, Kate Stuart Most Improved - Will Hedgpeth, Patrick Robertson Bogue 8th grade – Achievement: Kelsey Keil Alg 1 Achievement: Marissa Boyd Alg 1 Improvement: Kevin Corum Alg A Achievement: Maggi Arnold Alg A Improvement: Brittany Caldwell Alg B Achievement: Macy Liter Alg B Improvement: Colton Dowell Whaley I would like to award Jayme Hudson and Brooklynn Hawkinson for best Physical Science Students. I would also like to award Kenady Johnson the Rocketeer award. McKenzie Johnston -Best Physical Science Ogle Top 2 in each hour: Ashley Woodrow, Emma Smith, Krysta Armour, Corey Cornelius, Erac Kaiser,Corey Gilmore
KINDERGARTEN PE Sportsmanship - Kaleb Ingram Perfect Attendance Jeremiah Green 99% Attendance - Cooper Hansen 98% Attendance Brayden Moss 97% Attendance - Cameron Brothers, Kaleb Ingram Outstanding Music Award - Cooper Hansen, Marli Liter Smile Awards - Rosie Bateman, Cameron Brothers, Breanna Caldwell, Treyton Clements, Boomer Franklin, Emma Hayes, Kaleb Ingram, Chevy King, Marli Liter, Brayden Moss Six Flags Read to Succeed - Rosie Bateman, Cameron Brothers, Avery Fogle, Cooper Hansen, Emma Hayes, Isaac Hummel, Tristan Johnson, Kyle Kendall, Brayden Moss Future Cheerleader Rosie Bateman Band-Aid Award - Zek Bennett Curious George Award - Lane Bland Happy Go Lucky Award - Cameron Brothers Helping Hands Award Breanna Caldwell Future Mark Twain Tigers Sports Award - Treyton Clements Beautiful Smile Award Avery Fogle Fabulous Friend Award - Boomer Franklin Awesome Artist Award - Hailey Golian Marvelous Math Award - Cooper Hansen Bookworm Award-Emma Hayes Good Listener Award Isaac Hummel Fabulous Friend Award - Kaleb Ingram Storyteller Award Tristan Johnson Neatest Handwriting Award (boy) - Kyle Kendall Neatest Handwriting Award (girl) - Chevy King Fashionista Award Marli Liter Miss Independent Award - Hailey Majors Magnificent Memory Award - Brayden Moss Remarkable Reader Award - Hope Powell 1st Grade PE Sportsmanship Nevaeh Boling Presidential Physical Fitness - Nevaeh Boling National Physical Fitness Award - Josh Black, Colten Eisele 99% Attendance - Gabriel Green 98% Attendance - Chloe Foster, Cedric Snodgrass 97% Attendance - Shelby Jackson, Catylyn Provancha Outstanding Music Award - Nevaeh Boling, Ayiden Davis Smile Awards - Joshua Black, Cade Carman, Colten Eisele, Wyatt Evans, Roger Huff, Shelby Jackson, Sydney Lillard, Caytlyn Provancha, Clay Simpson, Cedric Snodgrass, Makayla Waldmeier Six Flags Read to Succeed - Nevaeh Boling, Chloe Foster, Jaylee Gilbert, Gabe Green, Roger Huff, Shelby Jackson, Joy Kuhlmann, Caytlynn Provancha, Jaclyn Shoemyer, Clay Simpson, Cedric Snodgrass, Ayden Waters Reading Circle Cer-
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Girl Sports Award Jaylee Gilbert Curiosity Award - Roger Huff Excellent Artist Award Cedric Snodgrass Math Award - Chloe Foster Most Improved Reader - Meagan Cripe First Grade Author Joy Kuhlmann Future Teacher - Danika Creech Future Actress - Caytlyn Provancha First Actor - Ayiden Davis Entertainment Award Ayden Waters Future Police Officer DJ Bergen Fashion Award - Isabel Bowling Future President - Clay Simpson Easy-Going Award Sydney Lillard, Makayla Waldmeier First Grade Spirit - Cade Carman, Shelby Jackson
To be continued
ABSOLUTE RALLS & PIKE COUNTY REAL ESTATE AUCTION
Friday, July 19 •10 a.m.
AUCTION LOCATION: Lion’s Club in New London, Mo. Property Location: From the Business 61 exit on the south side of New London, Mo. turn right and go ¾ mile to State Rt. V (corner of the Ralls County Courthouse). Turn right & go east 4.5 miles to State Rt. T turn right & go south east 5.5 miles to farm. OR From Hannibal, Mo. go south on State Rt. 79 to State RT. T turn right & go 2 1/4 miles to farm OR from Louisiana, Mo. take Hwy. 79 north 17 miles to State Rt. T turn left & go 2 1/4 miles to farm. REAL ESTATE 340 total acres that lie on the Ralls/ Pike County line, just east of New London on both the north and south side of State Rt. T. TRACT 1: This tract consists of 202 acres, lots of highway frontage, a deep well and County Water is available along the highway. There is an old homestead and a pole frame machine shed. The north side (basically, Ralls County Township 55 N Range 3W Sections 4 and 5) of the farm is open along Hwy. T and in permanent pasture and hay, the back side is woods. TRACT 2: This tract consist of 138 acres on the south side of Highway T, (basically, Pike County Township 55 N Range 03W Section 4) has some open ground along the front and east side, with the back in woods. County water is available along Highway T. There are no current farm or hunting tenant rights so full possession will be given at closing. According to the FSA there is 73.2 acres tillable. 2012 Property taxes on the farm were $283.31. A survey will be completed and available for viewing by auction day. Survey being done by Janes Surveying Inc. from Palmyra, MO. 573-769-7020 Attorney for the estate is John Briscoe - Hannibal - 573-985-3411. Title Company is Accurate Title Company – Hannibal – 573-221-1002. Mr. Thurman had several small tractors, pickups and related farm machinery that will be moved to the Wheeler Sale Lot in Paris, MO and sold at our July 27 Consignment Auction. NOTE: Sale is absolute, subject to court approval.
Seller: Clarence Ray Thurman Jr. Estate Mary Ann Eckley and Iva Jane Wheeler, Personal Representatives TERMS: 10% Down day of sale with balance in 30 days or less. Possession given at closing. Seller to pay for title insurance. Taxes will be prorated to the day of closing.
For more information call Charlie Nordwald 636-795-4552.
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