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GG HUNTS PARIS

This year’s Xi Beta Xi egg hunt will take place on Saturday, March 30, in the valley behind the Paris City Hall. The hunt will begin precisely at 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome to come visit with the Easter Bunny and hunt eggs! If the temperature is below 50 degrees the sorority has announced the hunt will be cancelled. Check on Saturday!

MONROE MANOR

Monroe Manor will hold their annual egg hunt on Friday, March 29, at 2 p.m. Registration will begin at 1:30 p.m. The egg hunt is for family members of Monroe Manor residents and staff between the ages of 0-12 years old. Prizes will be awarded in four age divisions.

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Paris R-II National Honor Society inducts 16 new chapter members

CEMETERY CLEAN UP

Pleasant Hill Cemetery cleanup day and meeting will be at 10 a.m., on Wednesday, April 3, at Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Please remove all flowers, if you want to keep them, prior to the meeting. Donations are needed for the upkeep of the cemetery and can be paid directly to: Monroe County Treasurer, Rita Wilkerson, Monroe County Courthouse, 300 North Main Room 102, Paris, MO 65275.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO CLOSE AT NOON

The Monroe County Health Department at Paris will close at noon on Good Friday, March 29. The department will reopen on Monday, April 1, at 8 a.m.

COUNTY CLERK ELECTION NEWS

According to Monroe County Clerk Sandra Francis, the clerk’s office will be open Saturday morning, March 30, for absentee voting for the general Municipal Election. The office will be open from 8 a.m. - noon, for the convenience of those people who will be unable to go to the polls for the Tuesday, April 2, election. Three county polling places will be closed for the April 2nd Election, which include Holliday School, Middle Grove School and Santa Fe Community Center. Both Holliday and Middle Grove School Boards had the same number of filings as the same number of openings therefore no board elections will be held for these two districts. However, voters registered in the Village of Holliday will have a Board of Trustees ballot to vote and registered voters of the Madison C-3 School District that normally vote at the Middle Grove School will all vote at the Madison Community Center for this election. Santa Fe registered voters will vote at the Paris Library. If anyone has questions about voting please do not hesitate to contact the county clerks’ office at 660-327-5106.

New Paris R-II National Honor Society inductees, left to right: First row - Chrisee Wheeler, Eva Charlick, Alex Dreckshage, Halie Jordan, John DeOrnellis, Austin Miller, Jake Peak and Audrey Vitt. Second row - Quin Bartels, Rachel Batsell, Lindsay Link, Brett Mason, Brant Francis, Teddy Ebbesmeyer, Katie Otto and Kyle Popkes. APPEAL PHOTO In a solemn and moving ceremony, on Friday, March 22, 16 new members were inducted into the prestigious National Honor Society (NHS). To a standing room only crowd, the new inductees walked into the room and sat apart from the current NHS members. NHS Student Council Representative Rae Graupman introduced each current member to the assembled. President Britton Francis, Vice-President Bryce Ensor, Secretary Chelsea Young and Public Relations Officer Dan-

ielle Wheelan described to the attendees the NHS standards of - Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. “Scholarship means a commitment to learn,” said President Francis. “Service is a willingness to work for the benefit of those in need without monetary compensation or recognition is a quality we seek in our members,” said Public Relations Officer Wheelan. “Leadership should exhibit a wholesome influence on the school,” said Vice-President Ensor.

“Character is the force within each individual, which distinguishes that person from others,” said Secretary Young. Paris R-II Secondary Principal John Wiggans addressed the new NHS students. I challenge you not to rest on your laurels but to exceed them,” said Principal Wiggans.” The only way to achieve your purpose is to take small actions each day. Only by setting different goals and achieving them can we find self-worth.” “You are truly the best of

the best,” added Principal Wiggans. In closing Principal Wiggans quoted Mother Teresa, “Life is a promise - fulfill it.” The new members then stood, with the current members, recited the NHS pledge, and then were asked to sign the Paris R-II NHS Book of Members and received their official NHS pin. After the ceremony refreshments were served. The Paris R-II National Honor Society sponsor is Barb Mason.

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LOCAL RESIDENTS HEAD TO POLLS ON TUESDAY, APRIL 2 Local residents go to the polls on Tuesday, April 2, to vote for candidates for local boards and city governmental positions. According to Monroe County Clerk Sandra Francis, the clerk’s office will be open Saturday morning, March 30, for absentee voting for the general Municipal Election. The office will be open from 8 a.m. - noon, for the convenience of those people who will be unable to go to the polls for the Tuesday, April 2, election. The following candidates are running for the office indicated: City of Paris –For Alderman (one position): Ward I – Chris Popkes. Ward II – Kevin Embree. Also on the ballot is Tax Collector with no filing. Paris R-II School District –The Paris R-II School District has a proposition on the ballot. Proposition #1 reads as follows: Shall the following described parcel of land be detached

from the Monroe City R-I School District and attached to the Paris R-II School District All that part of the South Half (S-1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE-1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Fifty-Five (55) North, Range Nine (9) West of the Fifty Principal Meridian, Monroe County, Missouri, lying North and West of the new U.S. Highway 24. EXCEPTING THEREFROM that part heretofore conveyed to the State of Missouri for highway purposes. SUBJECT TO all Public Roads, Private Roads, Easements and Rights-of-Way as now of record. The proposition is a yes or no vote. Village of Holliday – For Trustees (two positions): Johhny Ragsdale and Guy Callison. City of Madison – For Mayor Kathy Sasek. For Alderman (two positions): Nancy Meals, Hal Bennett and Julie Cullom.

Madison C-3 School District – For Director (two positions for a three year term): Cindy Hultz, Bryan O’Bannon, Janey Youse. For Director (unexpired one year term) James R. Freels. Monroe County Nursing Sub-District #3 – For Director (one position): Richard J. Fredrick, Jackie Bordeleau. Paris Rural Fire Protection District – Director (two positions for six year term) Thomas T. (Ted) DeOrnellis, Gary R. Wilson, William (Hoss) Thomas. Also on the ballot: Centralia R-VI School District – Directors (two positions) Bobbie Tetley, Jed Angell and Art Dollens.


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OPINION

JUST A THOUGHT

UST ASK DAVE...

Abundant Life

From the desk of the Editor

BY DAVID EALES EDITOR

BY LISA TALTON CONTRIBUTING WRITER

Spring? Did someone say ring? For many of us in the local area this is definitely not spring. Through various social media there are posts calling Punxsutawney Phil a liar and some even worse. Taking matters to the courts a municipality in a northern state has gone as far as to actually accuse the varmint, in a court filing, of filing a false prediction. The snow, albeit a pretty sight as it lays on trees, grass and other areas has caused some problems also. It has played havoc with the school spring sports schedules as teams including golf, baseball and track cannot play in the slushy mess and mud. If you remember back 365 days we actually had to be mowing the grass at this time of the year. What a difference a year makes. This up and down weather also can put a damper in a well thought out budget such as the county or city budget. As usual all my appreciation goes out to the state, city and county crews who work long, long hours to make sure I can get out of my driveway and are able to get to work. I tout these dedicated individuals time and time again coupled with my ad-

(Family Series will continue next week after Easter) This is always a special time of the year for me my birthday, the beginning of spring and Easter all wrapped up in one!. Now they don’t fall all on the same day but they are all really close to one another. Even though this spring does not look like our typical spring and instead of seeing luscious, green grass and flowers blooming, we have seen a white coat of snow covering the ground, it is still a special time nonetheless. And even though we have not seen the new life sprouting around us as of yet in the physical, we can enjoy the new life that Jesus brings in the spiritual. He came that we might have life - a more abundant life!!! I try to take time to really think about what He did for me. To think about all He went through because He loves me that much! He loves you that much! All the physical pain He endured

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DAVID EALES miration of the emergency responders who also have to make sure they get to work so they can keep us safe and protected. In small towns such as ours each and every individual plays a part in the total aspect of the ebb and flow of our daily lives. Whether it is Mindy Flick and the staff of the Paris Post Office delivering our mail, or Jason Dodge and his staff at the Paris Pharmacy, or Roger Herron and his staff at Hickman’s IGA, or Tara Sheffield and the Paris Senior Citizen’s Center staff, or even local Superintendents and their staffs of educators at the local cchools each plays a part in your life, the life of your children, grandchildren or friends. We are definitely a symbiotic society helping each other make it from day to day. Who are your helping today? Have a great week!

MY TURN

The Other Spring As we slowly experience the normal sounds and smells of Spring, there are reminders of another Spring, another growing and coming alive. This is the natural and very uneven but noticeable blossoming of our little boys and girls. It is most apparent and obvious in the girls, especially this time of year. Each April, for a number of years, we have an April in Paris event where judges choose Miss Paris from the older contestants and a Junior Miss Paris from their younger counterparts. It is an opportunity to demonstrate poise and confidence in some very young girls. It is also a test of wills and courage for most of the girls that enter these events. For parents and grandparents it can be a bittersweet moment, of pride in the performance and sadness in the knowledge that our little girls grow up so soon and so fast. Then there are the graduations, all of them, from fifth grade to junior high, from eighth grade to high school, and from high school to everywhere else. Suddenly the little girl athlete, jumping up and down in front of a mirror, hoping for something to develop, is shopping for a strapless with mom or sis. And by the time they get to high school, the shopping gets a professional look and what we dads and grandpas may think is outdated, and very old fashioned except for

those dates on our credit card and the pictures of our past presidents. And just when we are prepared for the future shock of an impending graduation, one of our lovelies is going to the prom. We knew about the senior prom, but didn’t know some older boy would ask our little precious to go with him. And, of course, there is no way of talking her out of that invitation, so a two handed approach is called for here, one hand into your pocket for your wallet and the other alternating over your eyes and your mouth. And then there are the boys buzzing around the girls like mosquitoes and horse flies this Spring, their hormonal little wings making annoying sounds and signs everywhere. And the boys that come to the house pretending to be so nice cannot really hide the smell of sulphur with that expensive cologne or their evil intentions with pretensions of innocence. You see, young lady, I was once that boy’s age and---well have a good time, and be home early. Spring will always turn to summer, and to June, when many of our girls will marry, and we take that long walk that changes everything. And we have survived once again that other Spring of growth, of promise and of coming alive. RJF Editor’s Note – This is an archived copy of My Turn by Richard Fredrick.

LISA TALTON for us - the constant whippings, the crown of thorns piercing his head, the nails driven in His hands and feet. I think about all the mocking and scoffing and laughing the people did. I wondered what it must have been like to have people you only showed love to saying mean and hateful words about you and to you. But despite all these things Jesus just kept going until God’s will was done. He didn’t complain. He didn’t back out. He did it because He loves us that much! There is no greater love than this, when a man lays down His life for His friends. What a magnifi-

As Time Goes By

All yesteryears are reprinted in the exact text of the original issue

90 Years Ago March 30, 1923 New School For Holliday: Citizens of the Holliday School District at the election April 3 will vote a $24,000 school building on. The growth of the town and school has made it necessary to have a new building. A poll of the voters within the corporate limits of Holliday shows that 123 favor the issue of bonds while 51 are opposed. The vote in the district outside of Holliday is problematical but the town’s boosters believe that the proposition will easily obtain the two –thirds majority vote needed. Girl in Radio Concert: Miss Elizabeth Alexander, of Paris, was a member of the Stephens College Glee Club, which gave a radio concert from the state capitol building in Jefferson City on Tuesday night. Each number

was heard by stations in all parts of the Union. Monroe County people who were listening in felt like applauding when the announcer introduced “Miss Elizabeth Alexander, of Paris.” Railroad Settles with Shippers: The M.K. & T. has made a settlement with the six livestock shippers and the Paris Shipping Association for failure to run a train according to schedule, thereby causing a loss to the shippers. The railroad agreed to pay each shippers for the 50c droop on the market for the 2 per cent shrinkage. The shippers agreed to drop their claims for labor in driving the hogs to the station and for feed. 75 Years Ago March 31, 1938 230 Acres Added to our State Park: The Arch Bouseman tract, 100 acres just west of the

Editor’s Note: This letter was inadvertency misprinted in last week’s issue. We apologize for our mistake and below is the letter in its entirety. Dear Editor, David this letter is in regards to The Paris National Bank and their annual Customer Appreciation Dinner that they host yearly. Hats off to the employees, officers and directors, they out do themselves every year with dinner, entertainment and gifts. The food is always delicious and the entertainment is tops. Last year “Elvis” was there and I thought that was the best and then this year the entertainment by “Swing St. Louis” was outstanding, I can’t wait until next year to see how they will top these acts. Hometown banking is great; when you walk into their establishment they make you feel like family and I am happy to note that years ago I was a part of that family. Just wanted Monroe County people to know that next year when they read that the bank is hosting dinner and entertainment they need to flag that date on their calendar, they don’t know what they are missing. Sincerely, Sandra Francis

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person who doesn’t drink or do drugs? A person who doesn’t talk back and goes to church every Sunday? Or a person who is active in their community? Yes, all these things may be pleasing to God but they do not define us. We are simply a son or daughter of God. We can either accept that or we can reject it. It is our decision. He wants to be part of our lives. He wants us to accept His unconditional love. He wants us to have an abundant life! And there is nothing, absolutely nothing that can separate us from His love. And His love was and is so great that He sent His son Jesus to die on the cross for us. This Easter Sunday let’s make a decision to go to church not just because it’s Easter but because we want to let Him know how much we appreciate His deep, great, sincere, all encompassing and unconditional love that He has for each and every one of us. He only wants us to come to Him and receive it-It is just that simple. Have a very blessed and happy Easter!!!!

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cent, gigantic, enormous and great love He has for us! To give His life so that we may have life. And the even more wonderful thing is that when Jesus died on that cross for our sins, it was for ALL our sins. Not just some of our sins but all of them. And you know what else is pretty awesome? He did not just die for some of us. He died for every single one of us because He died for God’s children and we are all His children. It does not matter how old or how young, how rich or how poor, how good or how bad we might think we are–He did it for us. Sometimes I think we make it more difficult than it has to be. We only need to believe that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and then invite Him into our lives. We come to Him just as we are and then allow Him to make the changes in us. He loves us regardless of what we have done or will do. It is not about being a ‘good person’ because what makes someone a ‘good person’? A person who does not steal or get in trouble with the law? A

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Mark Twain State Park gas for the Madison and at Florida, and the Tom Holliday supply, and the Anderson tract, 130 acres Federal Power Commisadjoining the Bouseman sion is thoroughly investiland on the west, were gating its feasibility before bought by state authorities approving its use. Telephone Booth at Wednesday. Both tracts will be incorporated into Courthouse: During the the park. For the Bouse- installation of the new man land $1500 was paid. dial telephone system in For the Anderson land Paris and surrounding $2500 was paid. The state area, a new public telemen also looked over the phone booth was installed Charley Hamilton farm, in the northwest corner of 400 acres adjoining the the courthouse yard, with Anderson land on the permission of the County west. Mr. Hamilton of- Court. It is in a location fered it at $22.50 an acre, where it is easily accessible which really would be a to motorists passing along bargain for the state and a the highways, and also for any others that wish to use fine thing for the park. To Widen Highway it. Milnes and Miles Have 15: Highway 15 between Paris and Mexico will be Champions at Angus widened and resurface Show and Sale: Milnes this summer. E.B. Gor- Angus Farm, of Paris had don, Division Construc- the grand champion bull tion Engineer; J. T. Willis, and Del Miles, of Madisurvey and plans engi- son had the grand chamneer; and Red Latham, a pion female at the Monroe representative of the State County Aberdeen Angus Highway Department, Association Annual Show were in Paris on Monday, and Sale held Saturday at making preliminary ar- the Monroe City Purerangements for moving bred Sale Barn. The bull fences back along the 26 was sold to W.L. and Eura mile stretch. Plans call Kincaid, of Cowgill, Mo., for the road now 60 feet for $600 and the female wide to be widened to 80 was sold to Milnes Angus feet. The Highway De- Farm, of Paris for $560. 25 Years Ago partment said most of the March 31, 1988 farmers along the route Former Residents had donated extra ground Come Home to be part for the widening. of the lake growth: The 50 Years Ago Mark Twain Lake growth March 28, 1963 Gas Line Approval will take place because May Come By July: Un- of many people, both loofficial information from cal and those from out of the Wood Engineering the area. Two people who Co., the firm that is han- grew up in Perry and Cendling the Paris and Madi- ter, lived in Quincy, and son application at Wash- came home to be a part ington for natural gas, is of the entity that is Mark to the effect that a deci- Twain country, are Dale sion on the matter may and Cheryle LaRue not come until July 1. Delay, it was said, was caused u See THROUGH TIME by the proposal to use a on page 4A plastic pipe to carry the

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PARIS MERCURY

Paris Elementary 2013/2014 Preschool Registration

Looking down Main Street in Paris, on Sunday morning, March 24 in the midst of Winter Storm Virgil. The National Weather Service has claimed an 8-inch accumulation for Paris and local area.  APPEAL PHOTO

Preschool registration for 3 and 4 year olds begins at 8 a.m., Friday, April 19, at the Paris Elementary Office. (Elementary doors will be open at 7:40 a.m.) Your child must turn three or four years old by July 31, 2013 and be potty trained to attend preschool. You will need to provide a copy of your child’s birth certificate, social security card and immunization record. All original documents can be copied at school on the day of registration, if needed. Preschool registration packets may be picked up at the elementary office any time prior to Friday, April 19. All completed paperwork will not be accepted until the day of registration. If your child is currently enrolled in preschool and you have returned your registration form, your child is already registered for next year. The morning class (7:50 to 11 a.m.) will be for four year olds that will be attend-

ing kindergarten during the 2014/2015 school year and the afternoon class (12 to 3:05 p.m.) will be for three year olds. If the morning preschool class becomes full, any additional 4 year olds will be in the afternoon class. Children attending the morning class have the opportunity to eat breakfast at school, which begins at 7:40 a.m. Children attending the afternoon class have the opportunity to eat lunch at school, which begins at 11:40 a.m. (parents must remain with their child while they eat). Transportation is not provided by the school district for preschool students. Currently the cost for preschool is $25.00 a week, regardless of absenteeism. Parents may qualify for a reduced price of $10.00 a week or free attendance. The Free and Reduced forms will be available at the beginning of the 2013/2014 school year.

Citizen safety presentation Katherine Moss scheduled for Monday, April 1 performs local theater

A goal of the Maternal Child Health Program of the Monroe County Health Department is to promote injury prevention. The program teaches newborn safety, bicycle safety, use of seatbelts, use of infant car safety seats, and age-appropriate immunizations. Another aspect of injury prevention is citizen safety. Sgt. Brent Bernhardt, Missouri State Highway Patrol, will be in Paris on Monday, April 1, at 6 p.m., to present Citizen Safety. The presentation will be held at the Paris Community Building (located behind City Hall). Citizen Safety is a pre-

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sentation to help the public learn how to trust instincts when being stopped, how to recognize self-defense versus common sense, what to do when your car breaks down on the highway, how to use personal safety when shopping, and what to do to ensure safety, either at home or away. Sgt. Bernhardt is an experienced public officer and a former Paris resident, who has been teaching children and adults throughout his career. For the young and old alike, this common sense safety instruction will be of benefit to all. Come join us at the Paris Community Building on April Fool’s Day to prove that Monroe Countians are not foolish about safety! If you have questions, feel free to contact Linda Wilkerson, RN, MCHD, at 660-327-4653.

Katherine Moss has local ties to Paris; she is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Charlick. Moss appeared recently in Seussical Jr., Oh the Thinks You Can Think! SUBMITTED PHOTO

Katherine Moss is a Grace Classical Academy 3rd grader who first took the Landers stage as Wacky in Annie, then performed

the role of Chip in last summer’s Institute production of Beauty and The Beast Jr. Her hobbies include singing, reading, studying, swimming, shopping and learning about science or just about anything new. Special thanks to “God, my parents, and SLT for the opportunity to do something I love!” Katherine is the great granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Charlick, of Paris and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ayers, of Columbia. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ayers, of Mexico and Mr. Dan Moss and late Vickie Moss, of Palmyra. Family members from Missouri and Oklahoma attended the play on Feb. 23.

(Please note, the cost of preschool may increase for the 2013/2014 school year). Students will be officially enrolled when all registration paperwork, copies of immunization record, social security card and

birth certificate are submitted. If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Parn @ hparn@paris.k12. mo.us or call the elementary office at, 660-327-5116.

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Mark Twain 4-H Club News

by Club Reporter Brandon Williams

The Mark Twain 4-H Club met on Sunday, March 3, at the Presbyterian Church, in Florida. There were 10 members, seven leaders, and five others present. The meeting was called to order by Brett Mason, Vice President. Roll call was answered with “What safety rule do you follow?” Pledges were led by Dawson Bross and Makayla Fox. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Makenzie Fox. A motion to approve the minutes was made by Makayla Fox and seconded by Logan Bross. All members present reported on their projects. Old Business: Everyone who is planning on attending 4-H camp needs to get their applications and health forms turned in to the Extension office. Clover kids need to send in an application so we know who is attending. SMQA meeting was March 6, at 7 p.m., at the Paris Community Building. Teen Conference was March 23-24. 4-H Day with the Cardinals is May 18, at 6:15 p.m. The tickets are $24 each. On March 28, we will be making piecrusts in the evening. March 29 and March 30 we will be making and delivering pies. The club will donate $50 to the camp food fund. The club will also be collecting money at the 4-way stop on Main Street in Paris, during the morning of the all town garage sale to raise money for the 4-H scholarship fund. New Business: High School Seniors, the Missouri Foundation Scholarship is due April 1. Adding any project must be done by May 1. End of year Project books will be due on Sept.16 this year. Handbooks are almost done and will be CD form. Kendall Mason gave a program about the Blow Away Cancer that will be held on March 9, at the Madison High School. Kendall also discussed the 2013 Susan G. Koman race. The Barking Butterfly Bakery has a goal to get 200 people sign up this year. A health tip was given by Kendall Mason to “Wear warm clothes when it is cold outside.” A safety tip was given by Dawson Bross “Always wear gloves to fill the wood stove.” The next meeting will be Sunday, April 7, at 4 p.m. Clover kids will also have a meeting on April 7. Logan Bross made a motion to adjourn the meeting and a second by Dawson Bross.

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

RE-ELECT Richard Fredrick for Monroe County Nursing Home Sub District #3 Director QUALIFICATIONS: ★ Hands on experience as Monroe Manor Director since 2004 OTHER BOARD OF DIRECTOR AND BUSINESS EXPERIENCE: ★ SB 40 Handicap Board ★ Little Dixie Regional Library Board ★ Paris R-II School Board Member ★ Missouri Director of Insurance State Agency ★ Paris Area Chamber of Commerce Director ★ Paris Rotary Board of Directors ★ Business Owner and Operator of Two Local Businesses for the past twenty years “Your vote to allow me to continue this important work on behalf of our Monroe Manor residents and their families will be greatly appreciated.” -Dick Fredrick Paid for by Richard Fredrick

Feeder Cattle Sale Every Monday at 12:30 p.m. Slaughter Steers & Heifers Monday 10 a.m.

REGULAR FEEDER CATTLE SALE March 25, 2013 Receipts: 134 Hd. COMPUTER AVE - TOP 64 Steers: Medium & Large Frame Hd. Too few of any one class to quote a market.

34 Heifers: Medium & Large Frame Hd.

Too few of any one class to quote a market. 2 Bred Cows: Better Cows 17 Slaughter Cows 2 Slaughter Bulls All Slaughter Steers & Heifers sold on Monday at 10 a.m. Receipts: 0 Hd. April 1: Big run of feeders for next week - 2500 Hd. 900 cows, cow calf, bulls for cow sale on April 4 Cow Sale at 6 p.m. Lots of nice young cows.

Toll Free 1-573-522-9244 for 24-hour USDA Market Report recording. We appreciate your business, both buyers and sellers. Please visit our web site at www.callawaylivestock.com

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MADISON TIMES

Library program a huge success

Senator Blunt’s staff to host Listening Post April 3 U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s staff will host a Listening Post Meeting on Wednesday, April 3, from 1-2 p.m. at the Monroe County Courthouse, in Paris. Listening Posts are intended for Missourians to share their questions and concerns during meetings with members of Senator Blunt’s staff. Senator Blunt’s Jefferson City office

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Master Gardener Cecelia Obert presents gardening program at library SUBMITTED PHOTO

More than 20 people enjoyed the outstanding program sponsored by the Centralia Flower & Garden Club, member FGCM Central District and NGC, Inc., at the Centralia Library on March 19. The title was Come Watch Me Grow, a program to show people how to start plants from seed at home with little cost. Cecelia Obert, Master Gardener, President of Salt River Master Gardeners in Hannibal, Associate Degree from John Woods College in Horticulture

and Landscape Design, took the audience step by step through the materials needed, how to actually plant the seeds, secrets she has discovered to make the process more successful, where to get the materials, hints about the soil used, water conditions, how to prepare some special seeds, temperature controls, lighting, etc. She also answered numerous questions. Cecelia shared her total love of gardening with everyone present, and her enthusiasm was quite

contagious. At the end of the program, everyone received handouts about planting, as well as packets of seed from Cecelia’s own gardens, and some packets from the Centralia Club. Many of the attendees stayed afterward to visit and ask more questions. The next program will be May 22, at the library, at 10 a.m. What’s All The Buzzzzz? will be presented by Bruce Haney of Centralia, owner of Green Acres Honey Farm.

The Madison Area Community Betterment Association has opened an account to accept donations toward the purchase of a generator at the Madison Area Community Center. With a generator to provide electricity during a power outage it would give area residents a place to go in the event of a long- term power outage in the area. Cost of a genera-

tor with the capacity to provide electricity for a building of this size is estimated to be $25,000 to $30,000 or more. Some grant funds may be available; however the grant will only cover a small percentage of the total cost and the match money must be available before applying for the grant. If you are interested in helping with this project you may give your do-

nation to Carol Larson, secretary of MACB; or Twana Hulen, treasurer of MACB. If you prefer to donate anonymously you may take your donation to Alliant Bank in Madison and ask the teller to deposit your gift to the special account for Madison Area Community Betterment generator fund. MACB is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.

Fund for Community Center generator created

Monroe County Relay For Life

HAWKINS THEATER

SATURDAY, MAY 4 • COST $30/PERSON

March 29, 30 & 31 and April 5, 6 & 7 D 3 e i OZ: Mov The Great & Powerful PG Admission $5.00

Poker Run

Sign up by April 1 and receive FREE T-shirt or Badge. FREE lunch at end of ride. Ride for a cause all monies go to Monroe County Relay For Life. For more info call Verna 660-327-5233.

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Come early, movie starts at 7 p.m.

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Dale and Cheryle LaRue Brown. Owners of the Country Inn Motel, located on Route EE, a little over a mile east of the Cannon Dam, the Browns feel they have come home. Both worked for companies in Quincy where they lived 25 years, and when Dale lost his job when the company closed it doors, they looked toward home and the rural area. The motel is on one level with large parking area. There are two lighted picnic shelters

also extends one-on-one service to all Missourians who have an issue with a federal agency or need additional assistance. To reach the Senator’s Office of Constituent Services, please call at (573) 6342488 or send a letter at 308 E. High Street, Suite 202, Jefferson City, Missouri 65101.

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with barbecue grills and tables. The background for the hotel is beautifully wooded section of Ralls County and the Browns hope to do more landscaping this year, adding trees to the front and side of the motel. Madison Construction Proposal: Madison School District voters will be asked to decide whether or not to construct a new $665,000 addition to their present school. This decision will be made at the regular April 5 election.

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Two hundred sixty students, kindergarten through twelfth grade, attend the Madison schools, and according to school officials, that number should remain constant for quite sometime. The election will be not only for the building addition but also for improvements on the older structures, levy proposals, and the School Board members. All of the above will directly affect and benefit all of the students.

Complete Paris R-II NHS member photo can be found on page 6A

Paris R-II National Honor Society inducts 16 new chapter members

NHS is more than just academic recognition. The NHS chapter establishes guidelines for selection that are based upon a candidate’s outstanding performance in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership and character. Scholarship: “Students who have a cumulative grade point average of 85%, B, 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or equivalent standard of excellence, or a higher cumulative average set by the local school’s faculty council, meet the scholarship requirement for membership. These students are then eligible for consideration on the basis of service, leadership and character.” (NHS Constitution, Article IX, Section 2) Service: This quality is defined as the voluntary contributions made by a student to the school or community, without direct financial or material compensation to the individual performing the service. Chapters may establish criteria that stipulate specific quantities of projects or service hours for candidates, as well as expectations of service obligations once a student is

selected as a member. Leadership: Student leaders are often viewed as those students who are resourceful, good problem solvers, involved in and promoters of school activities, idea contributors, dependable, and who are both organized and organizers. Experiences to be considered under the leadership criterion can include activities that originate in the school or community or both, as determined by the local chapter. Character: The student of good character can be said to be one who upholds principles of morality and ethics; is cooperative and responsible; demonstrates high standards of honesty and reliability; shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others; and is a good citizen. Local chapters consider the values and traditions of both the local school and community when defining the character criterion. New Paris NHS members include: Chrisee Wheeler, Eva Charlick, Alex Dreckshage, Halie Jordan, John DeOrnellis, Austin Miller, Jake Peak, Audrey Vitt, Quin Bartels,

Rachel Batsell, Lindsay Link, Brett Mason, Brant Francis, Teddy Ebbesmeyer, Katie Otto and Kyle Popkes. The Paris R-II Chapter of the National Honor Society includes: Chrisee Wheeler, Mayumi Williams, Brooke Hunt, Amy Kendrick, Josey Ball, Sarah Burchett, Gloria Breid, Lauren Embree, Jill Nobis, Shelby DeTienne, Kenzie Dye, Nicole Burke, Danielle Bounds, Payton Gruber, Chelsea Young, Haley Fredrick, Shelby Dickey, Eva Charlick, Alex Dreckshage, Halie Jordan, John DeOrnellis, Austin Miller, Jake Peak, Audrey Vitt, Steven Hayhurst, Danielle Wheelan, Quin Bartels, Rachel Batsell, Lindsay Link, Brett Mason, Brant Francis, Teddy Ebbesmeyer, Katie Otto, Joe Kendrick, Austin Wilkerson, Bryce Ensor, Rae Graupman, Destinee Wheeler, Britton Francis, Chance Wheelan, Kyle Popkes, Austin Nordwald and Zane Lockhart. For breaking news and additional pictures Visit our website

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Mayor Buckman proclaims March 28 each year – “Meals On Wheels Day”

Mary Beth Mitchell, left, and Bob Mitchell enjoy Waffle Day and are looking forward to the “Taste of Monroe County for Meals on Wheels” on Thursday March 28.   APPEAL PHOTO

On Thursday, March 28, Director Tara Sheffield and the Paris Senior Citizen’s Center will host Paris Mayor Jim Buckman during their ‘Taste of Monroe County for Meals On Wheels” fundraiser. The event will include the Honorable Mayor signing a proclamation to declare March 28 of every year “Meals On

Wheels Day of Monroe County.” Also, Director Sheffield noted that the Center made 100 percent of its United Way campaign this year. The resolution reads as follows: RESOLUTION 13-01 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF PARIS, MISSOURI WHEREAS, People

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Hand & Foot • Bingo •The Hand & Foot Club met on Thursday, March 21, at the Paris Senior Center with 12 members participating. Drawing of a meal ticket were Mary Hayhurst and Ted Ball. •Bingo was held on Monday, March 25, with 9 people participating. The winners of a meal ticket were Raymond Robert and Jeanne Mitchell. •Call us for all your catering needs. •Anything from Fried Chicken with all the sides to your favorite desserts.

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from every walk of life inspire the citizens of Missouri with their devotion to serving those in our community who have served us for so many years; and, WHEREAS, We believe preventing hunger among the elderly to the utmost importance; and, WHEREAS, We applaud people everywhere who give their time and energy to providing for the needs of seniors in our community; and, WHEREAS, Monroe County is the home of hundreds of people who, through friends, family, or neighbors, are affected by hunger; and, WHEREAS, Citizens of Monroe County are joining with people across the country to achieve the goal of ending senior hunger by the year 2020 on the first annual Meals on Wheels Day on the 28th of March 2013; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City of Paris, Mis-

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souri, that I Jim Buckman, Mayor of Paris do hereby proclaim March 28, 2013 as the first annual Meals On Wheels Days In Paris - Because together we are Meals on Wheels, so no senior goes hungry. Join the Paris Senior Center “Taste Of Monroe County!” Bring a date or your favorite group of friends, and experience a sampling of some of the most delicious treats of Monroe County. During the “Taste of Monroe County” you’ll sample delectable bites from local restaurants and eating establishments. All funds raised for the event benefit the Paris Senior Center’s Meals On Wheels program. Attendees will be asked to vote on your favorite dish. The winner will receive a trophy and bragging rights.

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What is a Mutual Fund

By Nancy Baca, State Farm® Agent

Investments may take many forms. Some people buy and sell stocks and bonds while others purchase real estate. Another common investment tool is a mutual fund. Mutual Funds By investing in a mutual fund, you’re essentially pooling your money with other investors to access a broader range of stocks or bonds than most people could own by themselves. According to the Investment Company Institute, there were 8,684 mutual fund companies in the United States controlling close to $11.6 trillion in assets as of the end of 20111. The investment company uses the assets in the fund to buy and sell securities such as stocks or bonds in pursuit of a specific objective as outlined by the company charter. The fund objectives and other important information are found in the prospectus. Mutual Fund Objectives One objective a mutual fund may attempt to achieve is long-term growth of capital. This may be done by purchasing the stock of large companies that have consistently made a profit, or buying the inexpensive stock of smaller companies in hopes that the value increases. Some funds may be invested primarily in foreign companies while others invest in specific market sectors such as technology or health care. Some funds are developed to generate income for the investors. Dividends from bonds or preferred stocks held by these funds are accumulated and distributed to investors on a regular basis. If the fund’s assets are invested in municipal bonds, the dividends may be exempt from federal taxes, which would provide the investor with income taxed solely at the state or local level. How A Fund Is Managed Many funds are actively managed, meaning an experienced investment advisor will take an active role in determining the portfolio, or holdings, of the fund. The securities held in a fund may change based on how well a security performs and meets the objective of the fund. Other funds are called index funds and attempt to mirror the performance of a given index, such as the S&P 500® or the Russell 2000® Indexes. The fund portfolio will generally contain stocks of as many companies in the index as is possible in amounts reflecting the weighting assigned by the index. To obtain detailed information on a fund, read the prospectus. It explains everything from the fund’s investment objective to the fee structure. Reading it is an important step to understanding the mutual funds that you may be considering. 12012 ICI Fact Book . Data for funds that invest primarily in other mutual funds were excluded from the series. Investing involves risk, including potential for loss. Diversification and asset allocation do not assure a profit or protect against loss. Foreign investments involve greater risks than U.S. investments, including political and economic risks and the risk of currency fluctuations. Bonds are subject to interest rate risk and may decline in value due to an increase in interest rates. The stocks of small companies are more volatile than the stocks of larger, more established companies. It is not possible to invest directly in an index. The S&P 500® Index tracks the common stock performance of 500 large U.S. companies. The Russell 2000 Index tracks the common stock performance of the 2,000 smallest U.S. companies in the Russell 3000 Index The Russell 2500 Index tracks the 2,500 smallest companies in the Russell 3000 Index. Neither State Farm nor its agents provide investment, tax, or legal advice. Securities issued by State Farm VP Management


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PHS graduate Tony Miller to address Rotary Top 5

2013 Paris R-II National Honor Society members, left to right: First row - Chrisee Wheeler, Mayumi Williams, Brooke Hunt, Amy Kendrick, Josey Ball, Sarah Burchett, Gloria Breid, Lauren Embree, Jill Nobis, Shelby DeTienne, Kenzie Dye, Nicole Burke. Second row - Danielle Bounds, Payton Gruber, Chelsea Young, Haley Fredrick, Shelby Dickey, Eva Charlick, Alex Dreckshage, Halie Jordan, John DeOrnellis, Austin Miller, Jake Peak, Audrey Vitt. Third row - Steven Hayhurst, Danielle Wheelan, Quin Bartels, Rachel Batsell, Lindsay Link, Brett Mason, Brant Francis, Teddy Ebbesmeyer, Katie Otto. Fourth row - Joe Kendrick, Austin Wilkerson, Bryce Ensor, Rae Graupman, Destinee Wheeler, Britton Francis, Chance Wheelan, Kyle Popkes, Austin Nordwald and Zane Lockhart. APPEAL PHOTO

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Mayor Buckman proclaiming March 28 – “Meals On Wheels Day” Participating Establishments Include: Jacs Restaurant, Ma’ Shers’ Kitchen On The Go, Caseys, Monroe City Nutrition Center, Becky’s Restaurant, Eva Mae’s Café, Hickmans IGA Deli, Millers Bar & Grill, I5 Diner, Paris Senior Center and C&J’s Baked Goods. Take the Pledge! According to Director Sheffield, by taking the pledge you are committing to help Meals On Wheels Association of America (MOWAA) end senior hunger by 2020.

You can be a leader in this national movement by volunteering for a local Meals On Wheels program, generating awareness about the problem of senior hunger in America, making a donation, sharing your story, providing ideas about how we as a country can end senior hunger together by 2020, and by doing anything else that you can to provide The Next Meal “so no senior goes hungry.”® By providing a broad mix of services, senior centers are generating

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positive outcomes that can seem qualitatively and measured quantitatively. Older adults who participate in senior centers find tools, information and options that support them in their own self-care, prolonging independence and delaying institutionalization. Participation in senior center programs empowers older adults to lower their risk of disease and disability, maintain higher levels of mental and physical functioning and engage actively in their communities. Healthy, active seniors make enormous contributions within their communities. Healthy, active seniors reduce the overall federal budget by lessening the demand for Medicare and Medicaid expenditures. Let’s face it, our seniors are the very people who founded our communities and country. They deserve to live

independently as long as they can. “With the proposed budget cuts ahead of us, our senior centers are in the line of fire for cuts in our funding,” said Director Sheffield. “Our senior center in particular already struggles enough to keep our doors open. So we need support from our community and leaders to help us so no senior goes hungry.”

The Paris Rotary Top 5 Recognition Banquet will be held on Thursday, April 11, at 6:30 p.m., in the Paris R-II High School Cafeteria. This is the 22nd straight year in which the Paris Rotarians will recognize the top five academic seniors graduating at Paris High School. The program speaker for this year’s event will be Mr. Anthony (Tony) Miller. Miller, a 1987 PHS graduate, is a certified public accountant and currently the Plant Manager of Aspeq Holdings, Inc. (formerly Accutherm) in Monroe City. Miller graduated from Paris High School in 1987 and graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia in 1991 with BSBA and in 1993 with a Masters of Accountancy. He became a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in 1996. Miller has worked as a graduate Instructor, at the University of Missouri – Columbia from 19911993; a tax accountant, at Arthur Andersen LLP, in St. Louis, from 19931995; at Caterpillar Inc., from 1995-2009 with key positions including Benefits Manager, Deferred Compensation Manager, Global Human Resource Implementation Project

The program speaker for this year’s event will be Mr. Anthony (Tony) Miller.

Manager, Human Resource Manager and Plant Manager; and he worked as plant manager at Penny Plate, Inc., from 20092011. Miller’s business and civic responsibilities include: Associated Industries of Missouri board member; City of Paris Planning and Zoning Committee member; City of Paris Park Board member; and current president, Paris Baseball Association. Miller is the son of Earl and Eva Miller, of Paris. He is married to Glenda Miller and they have four children – Brett (13), Delaney (11), Brock (9) and Reid (8). The Millers reside in Paris. This year’s Top 5 students are: Shelby DeTienne, Shelby Dickey, Britton Francis, Payton Gruber and Austin Nordwald.

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March 28 will be Maundy Thursday services at 7 p.m. On Friday, March 29, Community Good Friday services will be at the Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Reverend John Grimmett will be the speaker. Sunday Morning, Easter services on March 31, at 10:45 a.m., will be the presentation of “One Holy Lamb” by the adult choir, directed by Cheryl Gholson.

Come to Granville Christian Church tonight for the Maundy Thursday service at 7 p.m. We will share candlelight communion, and then, with scripture readings and music, we will move into the darkness of Christ’s death and burial. Then join us Sunday morning at 11 a.m. to celebrate Christ’s new life after the grave and the new life that we enjoy every day in him.

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Santa Fe Christian Church

-Wesley Hammond, Pastor

Paris Area Chamber Pancake Breakfast & Raffle

David Holmes, Pastor

Easter services are scheduled for Sunday, March 31 beginning at 7:30 a.m. Immediately following worship, the men of the church will prepare and serve a pancake breakfast, including bacon and eggs. The county hymn sing has been postponed until April 7 and will be held at Paris Christian Church.

Sat., April 6 • 6:30 - 10 a.m. Paris Senior Citizens Center Adults - $5.00 Age 12 & under - $3.00 Age 5 & under - FREE LOTS OF RAFFLE ITEMS TO WIN•YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN •ALL PROCEEDS SUPPORT PARIS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND PARIS SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER •

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Kenny Sharp, Pastor

Good Friday Service • 7 p.m. Sunday Sunrise Service at Buzzard’s Roost • 7 a.m. Carry-in Breakfast at fellowship hall following Sunday School/Easter egg hunt 9:30 a.m. Worship 10:30 a.m. Everyone is invited!

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PARIS FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Stoutsville Baptist Church would like to invite everyone to the Easter Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m. at the Stoutsville Cemetery. Breakfast following at 7:30 a.m. and then service starting at 9 a.m. Everyone is welcome....... He arose from the grave.....come and worship with us!

Everyone is welcome to attend special services for Holy Week include a Maundy Thursday service on Thursday, March 28, at 7 p.m., a Community Good Friday Service at the Methodist Church at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 29, and an Early Easter Service at 8 a.m., Easter Breakfast at 8:30 a.m., and a regular Easter Worship Service at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, March 31.

Larry Taylor, Pastor

Donna Scott, Pastor


Thursday, March 28, 2013

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Steps you can take to ensure a safe and healthy home for you and your family

Monroe County Health Department

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National Public Health Week - April 1-7 According to Director Paula Delaney and the staff of the Monroe County Health Department, Public health is in every corner of our homes. It’s in the safe food in the fridge, the carbon monoxide and smoke detectors affixed to the ceiling, and the child-proof latches that keep dangerous chemicals out of little hands. Home is also where we learn healthy behaviors, such as eating right and exercising. Good prevention starts at home. Did You Know? The majority of firerelated deaths happen at home. In 2010 in the United States, someone died in a fire every 169 minutes and someone was injured every 30 minutes. About two-thirds of home fire deaths happened in homes without working smoke alarms. Falls are the leading cause of injury-related deaths among people ages 65 and older. Each year, one out of every three adults ages 65 and older experiences a fall. In 2010, falls resulted in $30 billion in direct medical costs. Nine out of every 10

childhood poison exposures happens at home, with medications being among the top culprits. More than half of all swimming pools drowning among children could have been prevented with appropriate fencing that completely separates the pool from the house and yard. Many more efforts are needed to help all families and households adequately prepare for natural disasters and other emergencies, such as having a three-day supply of water and a written evacuation plan. Fewer than 15 percent of adults and 10 percent of adolescents eat the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables each day. What Public Health Teaches Us Start small... Smoke alarms can double your chance of surviving a fire, so install alarms on every floor of your home and test that they’re working monthly. While you’re at it, install a carbon monoxide alarm on every floor of your home as well. Help prevent fires — as well as serious health

problems and chronic diseases — by making your home tobacco- and smoke-free. Keep potentially dangerous household products, such as cleaning products, cosmetics and prescription medications, locked up and out of children’s reach. Also, never store household chemicals in old food containers or in the same place you keep food items. Gather your household for a night of emergency preparedness: Make plans for putting together an emergency stockpile kit, create a crisis communication plan, designate an emergency meeting place and hold household emergency drills. Put this number on your fridge and in your cell phone: 1-800-2221222. It will automatically connect you to your regional poison control center and often life-saving information. Put up four-sided fencing that’s at least five feet high with selflatching gates around swimming pools to protect children from injury Assess your home, or the home of a loved one, for factors that could contribute to a fall, such as poor lighting, uneven flooring and clutter. Stock your kitchen with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables and cut down on high-sugar and high-fat items. Learn about proper food handling and cook-

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ing techniques to avoid food-borne illness. Learn how to properly dispose of unused medications. Tell your friends and online followers how you and your household are celebrating National Public Health Week. Keep a journal of the changes you’ve made on your blog or other social media accounts or send a letter to the editor to your local newspaper. Let others know how easy — and fun — it can be to make public health and prevention a part of our lives. Think big... Help organize a yoga or Tai Chi class for older adults to help improve balance and prevent falls. Organize a community fire safety event with the local fire department. Get involved in community efforts addressing the growing epidemic of prescription drug abuse, such as promoting drug take-back events. Spread the word about emergency preparedness at your children’s school, your parents’ retirement community and the other places you spend time. Volunteer to help these places assess their readiness and start planning. Promote awareness of how local public health systems keep communities healthy at home, such as keeping our food and water safe. Encourage residents and leaders to take a moment to imagine how dramatically our lives would change if that system disappeared. Let your key decision-makers know that you support public health and prevention. There is much more you can do to ensure a safe and healthy home for you and your family. FREE brochures on emergency preparedness and healthy eating may be picked up at the health department. To learn more about putting prevention to work at home, visit www.cdc. gov/homeandrecreationalsafety.

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“Relay For Life of Monroe County” Kick Off set for April 8, at jacs Restaurant The 2013 Relay For Life of Monroe County Kick Off is scheduled for Monday, April 8, at jacs restaurant, in Paris, from 5-9 p.m. For the evening, local relay involved youth will be waitering/waitressing. Also, informational booths will be set up and relay questions will be answered. There will also be give-a-ways ev-

ery 30 minutes and a drawing will take place at some point in the evening. “Survivors will be on hand and we can mingle and discuss Relay,” said Coordinator Ali Rentschler. Team captains can still attend this event and pick up their packages as well as potential captains can apply to have a team in 2013.

Congress does not allow five day mail delivery Congress foiled the financially beleaguered U.S. Postal Service’s plan to end Saturday delivery of first-class mail when it passed legislation recently requiring six-day delivery. It was added to the legislation to keep the government funded through the summer. The Postal Service, which lost $16 billion last year, said last month it wanted to switch to fiveday mail service to save $2 billion annually. Congress traditionally has included a provision

in legislation to fund the federal government each year that has prevented the Postal Service from reducing delivery service. The Postal Service had asked Congress not to include the provision this time around. Despite the request, the House of Representatives on Thursday, March 21 gave final approval to legislation that maintains the provision, sending it to President Barack Obama to sign into law. The Senate approved the measure on Wednesday, March 20.

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As you travel along Life’s Highways and Byways there is one road Highway 154 that will lead you to the little berg of Perry, where there is always something going on. Perry is located only eight miles from Mark Twain Lake and Clarence Cannon Dam. So if you are looking to mark your calendars for an upcoming event this is the one to attend... Friday night March 22 try going to the Perry Lions Club Fish Fry at St. Williams Catholic Church basement. Serving begins at 5 p.m. and lasts till 7 p.m. This is an All You Can Eat event with fried fish, fries, cole slaw, dessert and drink for only $8 for adults and children under 12 only $5. All benefits go to the Perry Lions Club Scholarship Program. So come on over for a great meal, fellowship and support. Now for the next great meal attend the Ralls County 4-H Council Fundraiser Dinner on Sunday, March 24 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Mark Twain High School Cafeteria for a Pork Chop Dinner with baked potato, green beans, slaw, bread, drink and dessert for $7 per adult and children $4 for advance tickets or questions call the Extension Office at 573-9853911 or contact a local Ralls 4-H Member. ($2 higher if you purchase at the door) Come enjoy a great meal with friends and family and help support the Ralls County 4-H, remember Mark Twain High School is located on Highway 19, only 9 miles from Perry. On April 4 the Perry Ball Association is holding a meeting for coaches, parents, ball players and anyone else who would like to help support the upcoming ball season. The meeting will be held at Perry City Hall at 6:30 p.m. Hope to see you there! Remember if you have an addiction on any kind you are welcome to attend the Addicts Victorious meetings at the Paris Presbyterian Church, 330 West Caldwell, at 2:30 p.m. on Sundays. Anyone from the Perry area is also encouraged to attend. Be sure to attend the church of your choice this week... If you have anything of interest you would like to see published in next weeks issue, be sure to call 573-473-7644 or stop by Garden of angels at 502 Main Street in Perry with your information. Have a great week...


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Monroe County Commissioners discuss jail operations, proclaim March 28 “Meals On Wheels Day” Friday, March 15, 2013

The Commission met pursuant to adjournment with Mike Minor, Presiding Commissioner and Associate Commissioners Mike Whelan and Glenn E. Turner present and among other proceedings the following orders were had to wit: 1. C ommission approved previous minutes. 2. Jim Daniels appeared before the Commission regarding closing a portion of Monroe Road 1014. 3. C ommission met with David Hoffman, Monroe County Sheriff, to discuss jail operations. 4. C ommission met with Blair Joiner to discuss 911 operations. 5. C ommission issued a Proclamation stating, “The Monroe County Commission do hereby proclaim March

Obituaries ✝

Harvey William Turner 1922-2013

Harvey William Turner, 90, of Thompson, passed away at the Monroe Manor Nursing Home in Paris, on Sunday, March 24. Mr. Turner was born on July 10, 1922, in Monroe County, the son of William Frank and Docia Ensor Turner. He married Mary “Louise” McDowell of Silex, on June 20, 1948, in Mexico. He enjoyed hunting and shooting and was involved in 4-H, FFA and Quails Forever. He graduated from Paris High School in 1941 and was an active FFA member. Harvey was a member of Midway Christian Church. He was the founder of Turner Manufacturing & Welding, having started his own welding business in 1942 at the family farm south of Paris. In 1950 he moved the business south on Hwy. 15 in Audrain County, where he and Louise also operated a gas station and grocery store. Then in 1962 he built the current welding and repair shop located 15 miles north of Mexico on Hwy. 15. 10 years later, he added on for manufacturing his grain chutes and truck ladders and in 2000 built a building to stock flashing for augers. Mr. Turner is survived by his wife, Louise, a son, Philip (Brenda) Turner, his daughter, Sarah (Stanley) Jesse, five (5) grandchildren, Audrey (Brad) Steinkamp of Scottsdale, Ariz., Amy (Jeff ) Wood of Stafford, Va., Shannon (Nichole) Jesse of

(Steve) Bussell, Melodie (Doyle) Smith, Jean Samons, one (1) brother, Matt Spaulding, a nephew, Eric Spaulding and his son, Ethan, many more nieces, nephews and friends. Special thanks to Jean Samons and Tammy Mears for being there at the end of her journey. Your family and friends will always love and remember you until we see you on the other side.

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Eddie Lee Gibbs 1940 -2013

28, 2013 as the First Annual Meals On Wheels Day In Monroe County”. The Commission does now adjourn

Monday, March 18, 2013

The Commission met pursuant to adjournment with Mike Minor, Presiding Commissioner and Associate Commissioners Mike Whelan and Glenn E. Turner present and among oth-

Champaign, Ill., Jennifer Miller of Lenexa, Kan., and Mike Miller of Overland Park, Kan., five (5) great grandchildren, Carsen and Channing Steinkamp, Allie, Brody and Lacey Wood, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother, Delbert Turner, a sister, Julia Wood, his parents, and a granddaughter, Stacey Jesse. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 29, at the First Christian Church in Paris, with Reverend Donna Scott, Reverend Randel Sawyer and Reverend Bob Marty officiating and Agnew Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 28, at the Agnew Funeral Home, in Paris. Burial will be in Walnut Grove Cemetery, at Paris. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Midway Christian Church or the Monroe Manor Nursing Home.

er proceedings the following orders were had to wit: 1. C  ommission approved previous minutes. 2. C  ommission spoke with Matt Walker P.E., Great River Engineering, regarding bridge projects #39 & #40. 3. C  ommission reviewed budget. The Commission does now adjourn

Obituaries ✝

Glinda S. Perez 1950-2013

Glinda S. Perez, also known as Sue or Suzy Q, of Paris, who won her battle with breast cancer in 2006 and battled pancreatitis for the past seven years, went home to be with her Heavenly Father on Feb. 28, at a Columbia hospital. Sue loved everyone she met and they loved her. She meant so much to so many people. Sue was born on March 9, 1950 at Jacksonville, Fla. the daughter of Mathew and Dorothy Davis Spaulding. She is survived by four (4) sisters, Linda (Ernie) Williams, Brenda

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Eddie Lee Gibbs of Moberly, and previously of Holliday passed away at Moberly Regional Medical Center, Wednesday, March 20. He was 72 years old. Eddie was born July 8, 1940, in Stoutsville, to Archie Dallas and Louise (Calhoun) Gibbs. Eddie was a truck driver by trade and a pool shark by heart. He was known as “Fast Eddie” on the pool table! He enjoyed going to the races, playing cards, and wheeling and dealing every chance he got. Mr. Gibbs is survived by five children, Jewel Gibbs Sanner (Jamie Purdy), of Madison, Archie Gibbs of Moberly, Carol Gibbs Maynard, of Okla., Chad Gibbs, of Vancouver, Wash., and Brad Gibbs (Melinda) of Vancouver, Wash.; one sister, Jilda Davis, of Boring, Ore.; four brothers, Jack Gibbs (Roberta) of Holliday, John Gibbs of Moberly, Billy Gibbs (Vicki), of Texas, Stanley Gibbs, of Texas; and two stepsisters, Mary Freeman, of Holliday, and Susie Freeman Scott, of Idaho. He leaves behind 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dallas and Louise; his brother, Jamie; and two sons, Tommy and Eddie, Jr. Eddie has requested to have his ashes spread over his favorite watering hole at Russ Creek, in Stoutsville. He was one of a kind and he will be greatly missed.

Rumiko Castleman 1934-2013

Rumiko Castleman, 79, of Paris, went home to her eternal rest Saturday morning, March 16, at Monroe Manor Nursing Home in Paris, with her husband by her side. Rumiko was born on March 9, 1934 in Beijing, China, the daughter of Fujie and Yoshio Matsumoto. She worked at the air force base in Japan where she met Larry Castleman whom she married on June 8, 1961. They celebrated their 50th Wedding anniversary in 2011. Mrs. Castleman worked at the Paris Garment Factory for six years and then for A. B. Chance Company in Centralia, in the plastics department for 30

years and after retiring from there, she worked 6 years for Hallmark, in Mexico and Moberly. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Paris, and loved cooking, cleaning, gardening, and spending time with family and friends. Besides her husband, Rumiko is survived by a daughter, Patricia, a grandson, Isaac, six (6) nieces, Mary Banner, Lisa Hill, Susan McCreery, Dawn Cain, Patsy Luckaman and Pauline Vore, and was a sister-in-law of Vernon Castleman, Lee and Pat McCreery, Cathy Stewart, Rita Barton, Geneva Evans and Lesta Mae Pierce. A Memorial Service will be held at the First Christian Church in Paris, at 2 p.m., on Sunday, April 7, with Reverend Donna Scott officiating and Agnew Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Visitation will be held from 1 - 2 p.m., on Sunday, April 7. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Monroe County Cancer Supporters, First Christian Church of Paris, the American Cancer Society or helping someone in need in honor of Rumiko who loved to help others.

Salt River Master Gardeners to meet April 2 The Salt River Master Gardeners will meet at 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 2, at their demonstration garden at the corner of Main and Bird Streets, in Hannibal. Kathy Nicholson will be speaking on “Lasagna Gardening.” If inclement weather, the meeting will be held at Calvary Baptist Church, 4605 W. Ely Road, in Hannibal. Everyone is invited. The Salt River Master Gardeners are a group of Missouri Master Gardeners from Marion, Ralls, Monroe, Pike, and Lewis counties. One of the group’s projects is a plant sale to be held and the Y- Men’s Pavilion in the 100 block of Hill St., in downtown Hannibal. The

proceeds are donated to community projects. For more information about the Master Gardener program, contact Cecelia Obert, President 573822-5481 or Alix Carpenter, Agronomy Specialist, University of Missouri Extension, Marion County 573-769-2177.

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PHS Alum leads Arkansas high school team to 4-A state basketball championship by Denny Hollingsworth

Pottsville, Ark. – Despite Pottsville High School students donning “Shane For President” tee shirts, veteran coach Shane Thurman, a former history teacher, is quick to repeat the often quoted Sherman(esque) statement of, “If nominated I won’t accept, if elected I won’t serve.” Pottsville students aren’t the only fans proud of their basketball coach, a 1990 Paris High School graduate, and his 18-man squad. The whole North Central Arkansas town of 2,800 and surrounding school district are still celebrating their Apaches’ first state title after Thurman’s squad won a nail-biting game March 7th versus a much larger Pine Bluff team. The Apaches won eight straight post-season games over three weeks and beat Dollarway 54-50 at Barton Coliseum, in Little Rock, for the state’s 4-A Boy’s Championship. To get to the Arkansas Final 4, Pottsville beat Monticello March 1st, by two points, in double overtime, ending at 11 p.m. They turned around and 18-hours later the Apaches downed Pocahontas by 19-points, which propelled them to the title game. The championship had an attendance of 4,000 and among the spectators were Shane’s parents, Gary and Sharon Thurman, of Paris, brother Lance, of Rolla, and the coach’s wife, Taba, and their two children, Gabby,12, a sixth grader, and Trey, 10, a fourth grader. Thurman says the scene couldn’t have been more perfect. “Having my folks, brother, wife and kids all there, and the kids old enough to understand and appreciate what’s going on, it couldn’t have been better. It’s a special memory we’ll all hold on to.” Shane, 41, was born Carthage, Ill., in 1972, and moved to Paris in 1977. He played basketball, football and ran track for the Coyotes and was recognized with all-conference and all-district honors on the PHS basketball and football teams, playing forward on the hardwood and both tight end and defensive end in football. Shane was in the 7th grade when the Coyotes made the MSHSAA Final Four, in 1985, and got to see many games. He remembers thinking some-

day he’d like to win a state championship game. That never happened to him as a player, but he has fulfilled the dreams of 18 Pottsville, Ark. players and several thousand Apache fans. Thurman matriculated to Westminster College, in Fulton, and played basketball for the Blue Jays. It was there he met and married Taba Stephenson, originally of Lamar Ark., and a player for the Blue Jays women’s basketball team. During his sophomore year in college he served as an assistant at basketball camp for the Missouri School for the Deaf and decided he found his life’s calling. “I fell in love with coaching that summer and decided that I wanted to make it my profession,” he says today. He graduated from Westminster in 1994 with a degree in history and received a teacher’s certification. Shane’s spent 19 years as a coach and teacher in six different Missouri and Arkansas school districts. His first job out of college was at South Callaway High School, Mokane, MO. He spent three years (19941997) as a social studies teacher, junior high basketball coach and assistant varsity basketball coach. In 1997, the Thurmans moved to Taba’s home town and Shane got his first varsity basketball head coaching position. In his four years there (1997-2001) he ended up with a 48-63 record. Looking back on his tenure, Shane reflects he learned how to coach at Lamar. “We got better every year I was there. But I was a new coach; I had a lot to learn,” he states. The 2001-02 school year found the Thurmans back in Missouri, coaching at Hallsville. The Indians recorded an 18-8 mark that Shane still relishes. “I wanted to return to Missouri and will always be grateful Hallsville gave me the chance,” he says. “We had a great bunch of kids and I consider it a successful year, academically and athletically. We played Paris twice that year and it was fun facing my old team.” It was back to Arkansas in 2002 and Clinton High School was the the next stop for Shane. In his three years at Clinton (2002-2005) his teams won two district championships and recorded back-to-back 21-game winning seasons.

After a combined 57-32 record he thought he might finish his career at Clinton, but decided he wanted to finish a master’s degree in a secondary school administration program he’d started four years before. In order to do that he moved closer to Arkansas Tech University, taking a job at Dardanelle, AR. Until his state championship, Thurman’s six years (2005-2011) at Dardanelle High School were the most successful of his career. Shane teams won 30 games four years in a row and climbed to the Arkansas Final 4 three times. He compiled a 143-38 record during his tenure. The entire time he coached at Dardanelle, Taba was the middle school counselor at Pottsville, 15 miles away. And Pottsville was the only place where their kids had attended school. “I thought we needed jobs at the same place,” Shane says, and when the Pottsville head coaching position opened he was the first candidate the school’s administrators contacted. Over a telephone call, the Pottsville superintendent offered him the varsity basketball coach’s job and an assistant junior high principal position. He told Thurman if he’d accept the offer they wouldn’t interview anybody else. Shane said he did and they didn’t. Shane went 22-6 his first season heading the Apaches and knew going into 2012-13 he had a special group of kids on his team. “We finished 27-6 this season and kept improving throughout the year,” Coach Thurman said. “We never lost more than one game in a row, won our last three regular season games and got hot in post-season play.” “We lost five times during the season by two points or less and each time I thought, ‘Now, we needed to learn a lesson there,’ and I think we did each time. Four of those losses came in tournament championship games by one or two points, and each time we had the last shot for the win and missed.” The close games the Apaches played this year boded well for them when it came to playing the hotly contested state championship fight. The title game, in which the lead went back-andforth, and was only decid-

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ed when Thurman’s junior point guard Michael Perry stole the ball with 12 seconds left on the clock, and hit two free throws, was a classic to watch. “A lot of people tell me it was great to watch as a fan, but it was a great game to coach, too” Thurman says. “We had to play almost a perfect game.” The Dollarway players towered over Thurman’s Apaches. “The Dollarway squad was huge. Their front line measured 6’6,” 6’4,” 6’3” in height,” he said. “All their starters were bigger than us and they brought two guys off the bench that were both taller than our starters. We play eight kids in our rotation and the tallest kid in our starting lineup was only 6’2”, Thurman said. Shane’s an honest coach and freely admits that if Pottsville had to play Dollarway 10 times the Pine Bluff team would win a majority of the games. “We out rebounded them 34-to-29 and shot a higher field goal and free throw percentage. That’s not going to happen very often.” “They blocked 10 of our shots. Knocked those balls into the stands and didn’t intimidate our kids at all.” Pottsville led at the end of the 1st quarter 18-13, playing what Thurman thought the best his kids could play, but Apache turnovers allowed Dollarway to take a four point lead at half-time, 32-28. Thurman’s team lead by two at the end of the third period and out scored Dollarway by a bucket in the final eight minutes. Shane says the victory celebration lasted several hours. “We didn’t get to bed until 3 a.m. the next day. We’re still pretty high more than a week later.” Now that he’s recorded 315 wins versus only 153 losses in sixteen varsity seasons, been to the Final 4 four times and won a state championship, is Shane Thurman ready to leave coaching and concentrate on administration? “I was glad to get a master’s, I’m proud of it and maybe some day I’ll think about administration and only administration, but I like coaching, it’s what I do, what I enjoy doing and hopefully I’ll get the opportunity to continue for a long time.”

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R-II Board offers teacher contracts The Paris R-II Board of Education met in regular session on Tuesday, March 19. It was reported out of an approved closed session that the board members accepted the resignation of Nancy Henke effective at the end of the 2012-2013 school year and offered teaching contracts to all the current certified staff for the 20132014 school year. The board members also offered a teaching contract for junior high science to Vanessa Forrest; offered a contract to Becky Blackaby for speech services; and offered permanent teaching contracts to Wade Billington and Julie Johnston, all for the 20131024 school year. District Superintendent Chris Johnson noted that the next regular board meeting and reorganization meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 16, at 6 p.m., and the board meeting for princi-

pal interviews is scheduled for Tuesday, April 9, at 5 p.m. Also on the agenda, Tammy Elliot addressed the board members regarding reinstating basketball cheerleaders and the board members were updated about district construction projects. For complete meeting minutes visit our website monroecountyappeal.com

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*Rotary Top 5 Banquet set for April 11... The Paris Rotary Top Five Recognition Banquet will be held on Thursday, April 11, at 6:30 p.m., in the Paris R-II High School Cafeteria. The program speaker will be Anthony (Tony) Miller *Miss Paris scheduled for Friday, April 5... This year’s Miss Paris Pageant will take place on Friday, April 5, at the PHS gymnasium, at 7 p.m. *Save the Date - Sunday, Sept. 15... Santa Fe

Christian Church of Santa Fe, will celebrate their 175th Anniversary on Sunday, Sept. 15. Everyone is invited for lunch with a program following. *Friends of Library To Meet April 4... Mark Your Calendars Annual Meeting of Monroe County’s Friends of the Library, Thursday, April 4, 7 p.m., at the Roegge Room. The evening’s activities will include a review of current bestsellers, as well as purchases of available paperbacks and hardbacks. Refreshments will be served. See you there! *Madison Annual Quilt & Craft Show March 30... The “Annual Quilt and Craft Show” will be held at the Atterbury Memorial Library, in Madison, on Saturday, March 30, from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. The public is invited and encouraged to come in and visit with quilters and crafters. Come join the Fun! Any questions call 660-291-3695. *Largest EggHunt in Moberly on March 30... Egg Acres of fun at the LARGEST egg hunt in Central Missouri on Saturday, March 30, at 2 p.m., at Family Life Fellowship, in Moberly! This event is free to the public and features more than 50,000 stuffed eggs and prizes for children ages 0 to 11, a twelve bicycle giveaway, inflatable bounce houses, costume characters, popcorn and cotton candy- memories for a lifetime! The Great Egg Hunt is at 1614 Hwy 24 East in Moberly – one half mile east of Walmart. Registration begins at 1 p.m.! For more information, call 660-263-0488 or visit www.flfministries.com! Children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

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NOTICE OF ELECTION NOTICE OF ELECTION CITY OF MADISON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of City of Madison of Monroe County, Missouri that the city has called an election to held in and for said district on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following ballot.

NOTICE OF ELECTION CITY OF PARIS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of City of Paris of Monroe County, Missouri that the city has called an election to held in and for said district on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following ballot.

FOR MAYOR TWO YEAR TERM (vote for 1)

FOR TAX COLLECTOR TWO YEAR TERM (vote for 1) ______________________ Write-in

KATHY SASEK ______________________ Write-in

FOR ALDERMAN Ward 1 East TWO YEAR TERM (vote for 1)

FOR ALDERMAN TWO YEAR TERM (vote for 2)

CHRIS POPKES ______________________ Write-in

NANCY MEALS HAL BENNETT JULIE CULLOM ______________________ Write-in ______________________ Write-in I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013. POLLING PLACE Madison Community Center

FOR ALDERMAN Ward 2 West TWO YEAR TERM (vote for 1) KEVIN EMBREE ______________________ Write-in I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013.

POLLING PLACE Paris Courthouse

NOTICE OF ELECTION MADISON C-3 SCHOOL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of Madison C-3 School District of Monroe County, Missouri that the school district has called an election to held in and for said district on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following proposition contained in the following ballot. PROPOSITION #1 To choose by ballot, two directors who shall serve as members of the Board of Eduction of the Madison C-3 School District for a term of three years each. FOR DIRECTORS THREE YEAR TEAM (Vote for 2) CINDY HULTZ BRYAN O’BANNON JANEY YOUSE ______________________ Write-in ______________________ Write-in PROPOSITION #2 To choose by ballot, one director who shall serve as a member of the Board of Eduction of the Madison C-3 School District for an unexpired term of one year. FOR DIRECTOR ONE YEAR UNEXPIRED TERM (Vote for 1) JAMES R. FREELS ______________________ Write-in I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013. POLLING PLACE Madison Community Center Duncans Bridge #7 & #8 Madison Precints #10 & #11 Those votes who are in the Madison School District and vote at Middle Grove School will vote at the Madison Community Center for this election.

NOTICE OF ELECTION VILLAGE OF HOLLIDAY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of Village of Holliday of Monroe County, Missouri that the city has called an election to held in and for said district on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following ballot. FOR BOARD OF TRUSTEES TWO YEAR TERM (vote for 2) JOHNNY RAGSDALE GUY CALLISON ______________________ Write-in ______________________ Write-in

I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013. POLLING PLACE Madison Community Center

NOTICE OF ELECTION PARIS R-II SCHOOL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of Paris R-II School District of Monroe County, Missouri that the school district has called an election to held in and for said district on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following proposition contained in the following ballot. PROPOSITION #1 Shall the following described parcel of land be detached from the Monroe City R-I School District and attached to the Paris R-II School District All that part of the South Half (S-1/2) of the Southeast Quarter (SE-1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), Township Fifty-Five (55) North, Range Nine (9) West of the Fifty Principal Meridian, Monroe County, Missouri, lying North and West of the new U.S. Highway 24. EXCEPTING THEREFROM that part heretofore conveyed to the State of Missouri for highway purposes. SUBJECT TO all Public Roads, Private Roads, Easements and Rights-of-Way as now of record. YES NO I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013.

POLLING PLACE Stoutsville Community Center Paris Courthouse Paris Library Santa Fe Precinct #17 will also vote at Paris Library

NOTICE OF ELECTION

MONROE COUNTY NURSING SUB. DISTRICT 3 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of Monroe County Nursing Home Sub. District 3 of Monroe County, Missouri that the Board of the district has called an election to held in and for said Nursing Home Sub District on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following ballot. MONROE COUNTY NURSING SUB. DISTRICT 3 THREE YEAR TERM (vote for 1) RICHARD J. FREDRICK JACKIE BORDELEAU ______________________ Write-in I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013.

POLLING PLACE Paris Courthouse Paris Library

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BALLOTS

NOTICE OF ELECTION

PARIS RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the qualified voters of Paris Rural Fire Protection District of Monroe County, Missouri that the Board of the district has called an election to held in and for said district on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, commencing at 6 a.m. and ending at 7 p.m. on the following ballot. PARIS RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT SIX YEAR TERM (vote for 2) THOMAS T. (TED) DEORNELLIS JR. GARY R. WILSON WILLIAM (HOSS) THOMAS ______________________ Write-in ______________________ Write-in I, Sandra Francis, County Clerk and Election Authority in and for the County of Monroe, State of Missouri, hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the ballot as certified to me by the officers or agencies calling for an election to be held is said county. The polling places for said election will be open from the hours 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. during which time any person properly registered to vote in the county will be given the opportunity to cast his or her ballot. Done by order of the County Clerk of Monroe County this 7th day of March 2013.

POLLING PLACE Stoutsville Community Center Paris Courthouse Paris Library


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Monroe County Appeal • www.monroecountyappeal.com

LEGAL

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY, MO AT PARIS In the Estate of EZRA L. BUCKNER, Deceased Estate No. 07MNPR0009

NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT

To all persons interested in the Estate of Ezra L.Buckner, Sr., Deceased, Estate No. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Personal Representative of said estate, will file a final settlement and petition for distribution in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Monroe County, Missouri, on the 4th day of April, 2013 or as continued by the court. Objections to the final settlement or petition for distribution shall be in writing and filed within twenty days from the date said final settlement is filed. Marguerite Jones, Personal Representative SIDNEY E.WHEELEN Attorney at Law Published on: March 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2013

NOTICE OF TRUSTEES’ SALE

For default in payment of the debts and performance of the obligation secured by Deed of Trust dated July 20, 2009, executed by CLOYD ARCHIE SAMFORD TRUST and JUANITA LEE SAMFORD TRUST, recorded on July 20, 2009 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Monroe County, Missouri in Document No. 2009-1043; and Appointment of Successor Trustees dated February 11, 2013, and filed for record on February 14, 2013 in Document No. 2013-0206, in the office of the Recorder of Deeds for Monroe County, Missouri; and conveying to the Trustee named in the Deed of Trust the following described property in Monroe County, Missouri, to-wit: A tract of land partially in Section 9, partially in Section 10, and wholly in Township 54 North of the Base line, Range 10 West of the 5th Principal Meridian, Monroe County, Mis-

LEGALS souri and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Center corner of Section 9-54-10; thence with the South line of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4, Section 9 South 89 degrees 10 minutes 07 seconds East, 1366.13 feet to the Southeast corner of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4, Section 9; thence with the West line of the East 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 North 00 degrees 20 minutes 06 seconds East, 1404.56 feet to a point on the center line of Sailing Mill Road; thence with the Center line of said Sailing Mill Road South 87 degrees 41 minutes 15 seconds East, 73.52 feet; thence North 89 degrees 50 minutes 17 seconds East, 61.52 feet; thence North 86 degrees 35 minutes 23 seconds East, 60.47 feet; thence North 85 degrees 29 minutes 16 seconds East, 516.77 feet; thence North 87 degrees 52 minutes 19 seconds East, 104.79 feet; thence South 88 degrees 44 minutes 00 seconds East, 79.76 feet; thence South 84 degrees 03 minutes 11 seconds East, 104.70 feet; thence continuing with said center line of Sailing Mill Road South 76 degrees 13 minutes 50 seconds East, 101.97 feet; thence South 68 degrees 53 minutes 07 seconds East, 50.83 feet; thence South 58 degrees 42 minutes 54 seconds East, 49.83 feet; thence South 50 degrees 23 minutes 41 seconds East, 91.84 feet to the Point of Curvature of a curve to the Left having a Radius of 200.00 feet and a Chord Bearing and Length of South 67 degrees 05 minutes 27 seconds East, 114.92 feet; thence with said Curve to the Left 116.56 feet to the Point of Tangency; thence South 83 degrees 47 minutes 13 seconds East, 47.13 feet; thence South 86 degrees 49 minutes 02 seconds East, 49.67 feet; thence North 89 degrees 13 minutes 07

seconds East, 399.82 feet to the Point of Curvature of a curve to the Right having a Radius of 470.00 feet and a chord bearing and Length of South 73 degrees 41 minutes 18 seconds East, 276.29 feet; thence with said curve to the Right 280.43 feet to the Point of Tangency; thence South 56 degrees 35 minutes 43 seconds East, 106.03 feet to a point of the Northwesterly Rightof-Way of Missouri State Highway Route #24; thence with said Northwesterly Rightof-Way South 33 degrees 32 minutes 16 seconds West, 40.62 feet; thence South 06 degrees 07 minutes 48 seconds West, 125.00 feet; thence South 43 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West, 219.40 feet; thence South 70 degrees 32 minutes 43 seconds West, 88.28 feet to a point in a NON-Tangent curve to the Right-having an Initial Tangent Bearing of South 44 degrees 12 minutes 33 seconds West a Radius of 3709.70 feet and a Short Chord Bearing and Length of South 48 degrees 42 minutes 32 seconds West, 582.09 feet; thence with said curve to the Right 582.69 feet; thence South 49 degrees 13 minutes 10 seconds West, 280.52 feet; thence South 76 degrees 19 minutes 53 seconds West, 278.82 feet; thence South 57 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West, 351.00 feet; thence South 24 degrees 12 minutes 45 seconds West, 118.43 feet; thence South 57 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West, 1000.00 feet; thence South 59 degrees 13 minutes 06 seconds West, 500.22 feet; thence South 57 degrees 30 minutes 00 seconds West, 693.74 feet to a point on the South line of the North 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4, Section 9-54-10; thence with

said South line North 89 degrees 19 minutes 01 seconds West, 224.94 feet to the Southwest corner of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4, Section 9-54-10; thence with the West line of said Quarter Quarter section North 01 degree 12 minutes 52 seconds East, 1334.15 feet back to the Point of Beginning and containing 92.47 acres. SUBJECT to Rights of

Way and Easements as may now be established at the request of the holder of said debts who has elected to declare the entire indebtedness due and payable, and in accordance with the provisions of the said Deed of Trust, the undersigned successor Co-Trustees will on Friday, the 5th day of April, 2013, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., to-wit: at 1:30 p.m., sell said property at

AUCTION

public venue to the highest bidder for cash at the West door of the County Courthouse, located at 300 North Main Street, in the City of Paris, Monroe County, Missouri, to satisfy said notes and costs. /s/ William M. McCleery, Jr. William M. McCleery, Jr., Co-Trustee /s/Alice L. Smith Alice L. Smith, CoTrustee Published on March 14, 21, 28 and April 4, 2013


Thursday, March 28, 2013

Monroe County Appeal • www.monroecountyappeal.com

FOR RENT

FOR RENT 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.

r HAYHURST REAL ESTATE 23815 Hwy 24 West • Paris, MO www.hayhurstrealestate.com

85 Acres with 80 tillable northern Monroe County $531,250 53 Arces - 35 arces tillable, 3 acre lake, black top and county road frontage corp, ground frontage, north side of Mark Twain Lake $331,250 20 Acres - Randolph County, 17 acres tillable 60 Acres - Randolph County, 55 acres tillable

Mark Twain Lake Area • Farms • Residental • Hunting

660-327-1507(Bus.) 573-473-0776 (Cell) e-mail: john@hayhurstrealestate.com

Aluminum Cans (In 13 Gal. Bags or Larger) 55¢ Per lb.

(Prices Subject to Change) ALSO BUYING Copper • Brass Aluminum • Scrap Iron Stainless Steel • Auto Batteries

Fusselman’s Salvage Co. Hwy. 24 West • Moberly

660-263-6811• 800-337-6811

www.fusselmetals.com

POSTED

The land owned or rented by the following are posted against trespassing for the 201213 hunting season. The charge is $1.00 per line each week for the season and is to be PAID IN ADVANCE.

Jane Miller Farm (6/1/13) Lewis & Ball Farms (11/15/13) Ruth Carr Farm (11/15/13)

SERVICES LAWN CARE Call: (573) 473-7351 for a quote

FOR YOUR ROCK HAULING NEEDS... Give me a call, Keith Baker 660-651-2129

Little Rick’s Plumbing Plumbing • Heating Cooling • Electrical Work Call Little Rick Heitmeyer

•660-327-4726• •573-473-6494•

Now Excepting All Major Credit Cards

Blackaby

DUMP TRUCKING Clifford Blackaby 33388 Monroe Rd. 670 Stoutsville, MO 65283

Call Today! Cell: 573-473-7468

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE All flowers and containers that you want to keep, need to be removed from the Walnut Grove Cemetery before Friday, April 12. They can be replaced on or after May 12.

Thanks,

City of Paris

APARTMENT FOR RENT: R&R Apartments, 1006 E. Martin, Perry. 1 2- bedroom, water, sewer, trash, lawn care, snow removal. Call Frank or Shelly (573) 565-3392........................tfn

HELP WANTED DRIVERS-OTR. Immediate openings! 2500+ miles/ week! Home weekends! Medical/Dental available! 3yrs verif.exp, CDL-A and Clean MVR! Call 877-6592491................................13-2t DRIVERS CDL-A: Your current 10-20 have you down? Why not Get Home, NEW PAY PACKAGE! 2012 tractors/trailers to boot! 877705-9261........................13-2t

$$4K SIGN ON BONUS$$: Home DailyRound Trips. $750 to $850 weekly average. Also offer Part Time Class A Drivers. Hogan Dedicated. Tabitha: 800-4446042.............................13-1t

NEW DEADLINE for News & Articles: FRIDAY @ 4 p.m.

AUCTION Auctioneer, Realtor, Appraiser Hwy. 24, Madison, MO 660-291-5921 • 800-404-3400

SPRING MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT AUCTION, Saturday, April 13, Route K north of Madison, Mo. Selling farm equipment, construction equipment, building material, campers, boats, cars, trucks. Call now to consign your items and get free advertising. Col. James L. Johnston, Auctioneer & Re Broker, 573-473-4904 or 800-4043400................................13-1t

FOUND FOUND: Set of car keys. Keys for Dodge vehicle. To claim stop by Appeal office ........................................13-2t

SPORTS 14U TRAVELING FASTPITCH SOFTBALL TEAM being formed. Teaching girls 14 years and under fielding, hitting and pitching fundamentals For more information call Bryan James, evening 573-439-5108 or daytime 573-822-2070 or Consetta Gottman 573248-6389...................11-3 t

SERVICES Spring is here,

now is the time to rent a camper spot!

The Paris Senior Center

Come to Lake Village community in Paris, Mo.

Please contact the Paris Senior Center to see if you might qualify. 660-327-5824

SERVICES Whether it be health insurance, medicine supplement, life insurance, Part D or supplemental insurance, let me review your policies.

Call Barb Forrest at Forrest and Associates, 660-327-1103

CLASSIFIED ADS THANK YOU

COL. JAMES L. JOHNSTON

MISC. has a commodity foodbox program thru The Foodbank for Central & Northeast Missouri. We have extra boxes now that we can distribute to Monroe County citizens. There are only two requirements, you must be 60 years of age and you must meet the income guidelines. These commodity boxes are available once every month.

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Cheapest Rates Clean Shower House • Lots of Trees Close to Mark Twain Lake.

Come see us! 660-327-5151 • 636-358-3904

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED

The Holliday C-2 School is taking applications for a Special Education Personal Paraprofessional position (student aid) for the 2013-2014 school year starting in August, 2013. The applicant must have 60 hours of college credit and pass a background check. For more information and an application, call Carol Hall at 660-266-3412 or email: hall.carol60@gmail. com. Applications will be taken until April 5, 2013 at the Superintendent’s office in Holliday.

Equal Opportunity Employer

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Monroe County Health Department and Home Health Agency seeks RN-Home Health Supervisor

Qualified candidate must have a valid Missouri RN license, prior experience working in home health, and possess leadership and supervisory skills necessary to ensure quality operation within fiscal guidelines.

Interested candidates should apply with Monroe County Health Dept./Home Health Agency 310 North Market, Paris, MO 65275 660/327-4259 An Equal Opportunity Employer

PUBLIC AUCTION PUBLIC AUCTION SHERIFF’S PARTITION SALE MARCH 28, 2013 • 1 p.m. West Door - Monroe County Courthouse, Paris, Missouri

25 acres, more or less, in Stoutsville. 50 x 80 Morton building plus living area (2BR/1B). Large garage and storage shed. POND, mature trees - Hwy 24 frontage. Terms: 10% at auction - balance at closing in approx. 30 days

INFORMATION: Call John Briscoe (573-985-3411)

Thanks for all the calls, concerns and prayers since I have been sick. A special thanks to the ones who cleaned our drive out this winter.

Earl Gregg We would like to thank everyone for the special memories, food and donations in our loss of our son, brother and uncle Bill Shuler. A special thanks to a Agnew Funeral Home, Randy, Dale, Keith, Beth and the class of 1987 and the Berrey family. Bill was truly a unique and special man that with every memory he made left a smile on your face. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Thank you, Roy and Kay Nickerson Larry and Bobbie Jo Kody and Courtney Kole, Kimber, Kiason Berrey

Words cannot begin to express the gratitude we feel toward all those who supported us during Barbara’s long illness and passing. Your prayers, cards, visits, food and words of encouragement meant so much. Special thanks to Rev. Wesley Hammond for his many visits and prayer support. Thanks to Jim and Pam Reinhard for their kindness and professionalism. Also thanks to The Flower Shoppe for all the beautiful flowers. May God richly bless each of you for all you’ve done for us.

Thank you so much, The Barbara Ensor Family

HELP WANTED


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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Monroe County Appeal • www.monroecountyappeal.com

AREA VITALS

Jessi Williams and Jay O’Bannon wed Saturday, Feb. 15, in Mexico

Jessi Williams and Jay O’Bannon, of Centralia, were married on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2013, at Now Sapphire Resort, in Riviera Cancun, Mexico. Jessi is the daughter of Lisa and Dale Lang, of Fayette, and Ted Williams, of Armstrong. Her grandparents are Virginia and the late Marvin Besgrove of Columbia, and Beverly and Gill Mattti, of Fayette and the late Tommy Williams, of Armstrong. Jay is the son of Kevin and Marilyn O’Bannon, of Madison. His grandparents are Dale and June Morgan, and Betty and the late Roger O’Bannon, all of Madison. The wedding ceremony took place in an open gazebo on the oceanfront at 5:30 p.m. Mayela Miridis, minister, officiated the ceremony that included an exchange of the couple’s personal vows written for each other. The bride wore an Oleg Cassini ivory satin strapless wedding gown that featured laser-cut floral appliqués and a sweep train. She carried a bouquet of white roses, pink lilies, red and pink gerber daisies. The groom Mr. and Mrs. Jay O’Bannon wore a natural linen suit. Jamie Woods, sister of the bride, of Greeley, Col., was Matron of Honor. Jeff O’ Bannon, brother of the groom, of Columbia, served as Best Man, and Braylin Brunkhorst, daughter of the bride, was the flower girl. Following the ceremony, there was a reception and dinner for the wedding party and guests. Family and friends attended a reception that included dinner and dancing at the Madison Community Center in Madison, on March 9. The newlyweds reside in Centralia. Jessi graduated from Central Methodist University with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health. She is employed as an Assistant to Section Manager at State Farm Insurance in Columbia. Jay graduated from the University of Missouri with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture. He is employed as a Grain Merchandiser at Archer Daniels Midland, in Mexico.

Aubrey Grace Morgan

Brett and Heather Morgan are proud to announce the birth of their second daughter Aubrey Grace born Oct. 11, 2012 at Boone County Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 19.75 inches long. Aubrey is welcome by her two year old sister Hailey Marie. Grandparents are Craig and Donna Morgan, of Holliday; Doug and Loretta Boillot, of Madison. Great grandparents are Donny and Shirley Williams, of Paris; Elton Morgan, of Holliday; Murlene Levings, of Holliday, and Jim and Phyllis Boillot, of Hallsville.

Aubrey Grace Morgan

Christine Myers and Kent Vaughn wed March 15

Skyler Dean Hay

Dennis Hay and Ashley Shatzer are proud to announce the birth of their baby boy, Skyler Dean Hay. Skyler was born at University of Missouri Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Columbia, at 12:01 a.m. on Sunday, March 3. He weighed 8 pounds and 9 ounces and was 21 inches long. Skyler is the grandchild of James and Michelle Freels, of Holliday; Brad Shatzer, of Paris; and Bill and Debbie Hay, of Jackson. He is the great grandchild of Roger and Karlena Shatzer, of Paris; Murline Levings, of Holliday; and Omega Hawkins, of Brownwood. Skyler is also the first great-great grandchild of Hazel Shatzer, of Paris. He is also welcomed by his uncle Aaron Shatzer, of Holliday, and several great aunts and uncles and many cousins.

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Vaughn Kent Vaughn and Christine Myers, both of Rifle, Colo., said “I do” on Saturday, March 16, 2013. Kent is the son of Ed and Brenda Vaughn, of Paris, Christine is the daughter of Dick and Donna Casey, of Rifle. They were wed Saturday, March 16, during a small ceremony at Rifle Falls State Park, in the mountains of Colorado. They plan to celebrate again this summer in Goss with friends and family. To those “Mo Peeps” who were able to make the 1000 mile journey to Colorado to join in the March celebration, thank you!

Monroe County Appeal, March 28, 2013 • Week 13  

Weekly newspaper form Paris, Missouri

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