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Estimates on Landscaping “We take care of our customers” Lots of nice trees to choose from.

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ROOFING, REMODELING, SPRING CLEANING We accept all types of waste at our Marshall Facility. Free Dumpster Delivery available or drop-off at at 505. South Hemlock Avenue (across from Cargill).

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Petfinder happy tail When Charlie Miller makes a decision, he acts. That explains why a phone call from Stover Animal Control spurred him into action. He quit – yes, quit – his job and went to adopt Winston, a West Highland Terrier he saw on Petfinder. Initially, an elderly woman had relinquished the dog to the shelter because she could no longer care for him. By the time Miller inquired about him, the Westie had been adopted. Miller was disappointed, so when he got the phone call saying Winston was back at the shelter because he hadn’t gotten along with the adopters’ other dog, Miller dropped everything, including the job, and headed to Stover,

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MO, which is about four hours from his home in the St. Louis area. Winston is very bonded to Miller. He follows him around, and if Miller leaves the house, the little Westie sits by the window until he returns. He also protects Miller, warning off any-

one he, Winston, doesn’t know from coming too close. But he’s independent, too, and shows this side of his personality when he goes into the fenced backyard,

which Miller says is normally immaculate. “I let Winston out. I go out 20 or 30 minutes later. There are 18 holes dug in the yard. And I mean holes!” – the kind you stumble over. He also brings gifts into the house for Miller -live snakes as well as several other critters he has caught and dispatched unceremoniously. Since adopting Winston, Miller has added another Westie, Reba, to the family. She was found abandoned in the country with matted hair and covered with ticks. When Miller heard about her, he promptly went to get her. But this time, he says, he didn’t have to quit his job to do it.

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Clip the items shown above from this week’s Messenger and paste them in the spaces above. Drop the completed form at one of our participating merchants or at the Messenger office. You can also mail your entry to “Treasure Hunt” 121 N. Lafayette, Marshall MO 65340. Entries must reach us, or our participating merchants, by 10:00 AM the Monday following the date it was printed. Name Address Phone Email

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SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 2014 – 9:00 A.M. Held in Building at 512 S. Main Street, Carrollton, Mo. Lunch Served. Website: www.sarbaughauction.com for Pictures. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY & BUSINESS LIQUIDATION AUCTION REAL ESTATE - Selling R.E. consisting of FULLER MARKETING, Inc. - BUILDING & LOTS of 74-75-76-77-78. Consisting of Approx. 5.1 Acres + Lot 6 – 75 x 115 Ft. Building w/ 161,000 Sq. Ft. + Offices. 3 Sets of Loading Docks. Great Buildings For Commercial Use or Storage. Contact Sarbaugh Auction for Showing & Details Aaron - 660-542-6056 - Ernie - 660-542-6063 Office - 660-542-1655 - Carrollton, Mo:

VERY LARGE AUCTION ALSO SELLING: FORK LIFTS, PALLET JACKS, SCREEN PRINTING & OTHER MACHINES, INK, ADHESIVE & MISC., LARGE LOT POWER TOOLS, TOOLS, SAWS, LUMBER, TABLES, OFFICE FURNITURE, EQUIP. & SUP., WOOD PRODUCTS, 10x12 BUILDING, LG. POWER WOOD TOOLS, LG. LOT HARDWOOD FLOORING, LUMBER & SUP., PAINTING SUP., PACKAGING MACHINES & SUP., NEW SCREEN PRINT HATS & OTHER ITEMS, POWER WASHER, MOTORS, FANS, MISC. ITEMS, EXERCISE EQUIP., SAIL BOAT & TRLR, ANT. TOLEDO SCALES, COKE MACHINE & LOTS OF OTHER ITEMS.

FULLER MARKETING, INC Terms: Cash or Check (with proper ID) - Not Responsible for Accidents Statement Made Day of Sale Take Precedence Over Printed Material.

PUBLIC AUCTION DUE TO THE DEATH OF MY HUSBAND LEWIS EGAN AND MOVING TO TOWN, I WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING LOCATED AT 9 MILES WEST OF MARSHALL MO ON HWY 20 TO DOVE AVENUE ROAD THEN SOUTH ONE MILE TO 200TH RD., THEN EAST ½ MILE WATCH FOR SIGNS.

Saturday, April 26 • 10:00 am Marshall, MO CRAWLER, EXCAVATORS & BACK HOE: 1994 Hyundai Robex 290 LC w/8.3 Cummins Runs & Works Great; Koenhring 6608 w/Front 6’ Blade SER#193347 Runs & Works Great; Case 580-D Back Hoe w/6’ Bucket SER#9050172 Runs & Works Great. TRUCKS, CARS & MOTORCYCLES: 1981 International Dump Truck, 4spd, 8cyl; 1986 White, 10spd, 1982 Volkswagen Cadet Pick-Up w/Matching Topper, Diesel, 5spd Runs Great; 1985 Volkswagen Jetta, 4 Door, Diesel, 5spd; 1998 Volkswagen Scirocco 6cyl, Sunroof, Bucket Seats, 5spd; 1999 Northstar 9’ Slide-In Camper w/Crank-Up Top, 6’ Extended Nose Rebuilt Volkswagen, Diesel Motor; 2 Semi Truck/Trailer Tires, Mounted On Wheels, 11.00 R20; Moto Guzzi 2004 California EV 14,963 Miles, Italian Made Cycle, Looks New w/Saddle Bags; Moto Guzzi 1996 14,XXX Miles w/Saddle Bags. TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS: 1996 Belarus 8-22, Diesel w/Cab, DBL HYD, Reads 1207 Hrs, 4wd; Allis Chalmers B w/Belly Sickle Mower, Wise Front; Grace 1000 Gal Tanker, Mounted On Heavy Duty Double-Axle Trailer, 9’ Leons Model 770 Front Mount Hyd Blade; Allis Chalmers 28-1 Manure Spreader PTO; Woods 3180 15’ Bat Wing Rotary Mower, Model-9309, 1000 RPM; Land Pride 8’ Box Blade, 8’ Sickle Mower 3pt; Old Anhydrous Tank On Trailer; Grace 1000 Gal Tanker; Old John Deere 3pt Z Row Planter; Heavy Duty 4 Wheel Wagon Frame, w/Lift Cylinder, Midwest Hydraulic. TRAILERS, GATOR: Belshe 20x7 Heavy Heavy Duty 18,000 Pound Trailer w/Pintle Hitch, Flip Out Beaver Tail, Aluma 10x4 Has Track In Middle To Haul Single Motorcycle, 12’ Heavy Duty Low Boy w/Beaver Tail, Old Commercial Gyro-Flo Ingersoll-Rand 85 Gas Mobile Air Compressor, John Deere Gator HPx 4x4, Diesel w/Canopy & Manual Dump Bed. SHOP TOOLS, TOOL BOXES: 5’ t X 41” w Craftsman 22 Drawer; Top Storage, like New Rolling Tool Box; Acetylene Torch Set Complete w/Dolly, Waterloo 42” T 26” W 9 Drawer Tool Box, Good Condition; Lincoln New w/Case Cordless Grease Gun; 5’ t X 3’ w X 2’ d Craftsman Tool Box; 6’ X 8’ Aluminum Ladders; Lincoln 225 Amp Welder; Kito Mighty 3 Ton Chain Hoist; Shop Smith wi Lathe, Band & Scroll Saw, Jigsaw,Table Saw, 4” Plainer Attachments; Ryobi Cordless Tool Set, Drill, Sawzall, Skill Saw, Light, In Case; Ace Tap & Die Set In Wooden Case; Kohler, 12.5 KW Diesel Generator Mounted On Trailer; 3 HP Water Pump, Gas; Case 2 Wheel Lawn cart; 8’ Aluminum 4 Wheeler Ramps; Hinged Front Tool Organizer/Chest; Coats Tire Changer; Shopsmith Commercial Vacuum; Dura Craft 10” Metal Bandsaw; Belsaw 10” Plainer; Craftsman Mitre Saw Box; Craftsman Router Table; Porter Cable Rotating Nailer; Bench Grinder; Makita 10” Chop Saw; 15” X 31” Metal Tool Chest; 36”d X 46”w Heavy Duty Metal Tool Chest On Wheels; Whitney-Jensen Hand BrakelBender; RYOBlSciss Small Band Saw; Delta 1” Belt Sander; Craftsman 10” Table’Saw; Big R ½ HP Drill Press; Craftsman 12” Wood Lathe; Craftsman 6” Plainer; Craftsman 12” Bandsaw/Sander Combo; Bosch Electric Hammer Drill; TMS 10 Ton Porto Power New w/Case; Wax Master 9000 Electric Buffer, Snap On Cordless Impact, Makita Cordless Screwdriver, Porter Cabfe Finish Nailer, Dewalt Electric Plate Joiner, Fastenal 4 Drawer Slideout, Raised Lios Nut & Boll Holder, Dewalt 18 Cordless Drill, 2 Deep Well Impact Socket Sets, Heavy Duty 3/4” Drive Socket Set, Metric & Standard Tap & Die Sets, AC Delco Floor Creeper, 75000 BTU Heater - Diesel, Grizzly 10” Contractors Table Saw, 4’ Heavy Duty Pull Wagon Inflatable Tires, Campbell Hausfield 31” T Air Compressor Tank, Lots Of Tools, Too Numerous To List. MISCELLANEOUS: Neptune Model AA 1 3 HP Boat Motor, CA 1940’s; 7.5 HP Gamefisher Boat Motor, Meat Slicer; Troy Built Rear Tine Tiller; Troy Built Walk Behind 39” Sickle Bar, Trimmer; Electric Hedge Trimmer; Black & Decker Eleclric Edger; Poulan Pro 25cc Leaf Blower; BBQ Grillware Propane Smoker; Consew Model 226 Commercial Sewing Machine; Husqvarna Weedeater w/Triangle Blade; Husqvarna 136 Chainsaw 16” Bar; Husqvarna 266 XPS Chainsaw 22” Bar; 2·28” Hyd Cylinders; 20’ Aluminum Box Truck Bed For Storage; 2-500 Gal Metal Tanks, 7-Griswald Hand Grinders; Old Anhydrous Tank, Old Bridles/Harnesses; Water Well Jack; 5’L X 3’t X 3’w Primitive Ham Curing Box; Lot Of T-Post; Lot Of Scrap Iron; Lot Of Oak Lumber; 42’ Enclosed Semi Trailer; 3 Compartment Stainless Sink w/Legs, 150 Gal Upright Propane Tank, Lots Of Canning Jars, Lots Of Pipe Fittings;Tackle Box w/Fishing Tackle; Simmons Telescope, Adult Right Handed Gold Clubs w/Bag, Bolt Cutters; Card Tables & Chairs; Chest Freezer, Works Good; Sad Iron; Railroad Lantern; Lots & Lots Of Other Miscellaneous Too, Numerous To List. HOUSEHOLD: 3 pc Computer Desk; 2- 48” Office Desks; Rocker Recliner, Maple Chairs; Couches, 6’; End Tables; File Cabinet; 32” Electric Cookstove; 3pc Bathroom Set; 7pc Patio Set; BBQ Grill; 6’ t Double Door China Server; 42” Hex Shaped Oak Table w/16” Leaf; 6 Walnut Chairs; Entertainment Center; other Misc Items.

LOADER & TRACTOR TO HELP LOAD. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL BEN JONES 660-815-1318 OWNER: MRS. LEWIS “DONNA” EGAN

TERMS: Cash or good check with nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. Lunch. Any statements made sale day will take precedence over all printed material.

Auctioneer: Bob Sleeper • 660-584-7019.


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By the editors of Relish Magazine Vegetables Cooked in Parchment Serve these steamy vegetables with hot, cooked rice or couscous, as a delicious side to steak or chicken.

1. Preheat oven to 425F. 2. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and gently mix. Fold 4 (15-inch) square pieces of parchment paper in half; cut into heart shapes. Unfold and place vegetables on one side of each sheet next

Per serving: 140 calories, 8g fat, 6g prot., 14g carbs., 4g fiber, 370mg sodium Pesto Shrimp with Couscous

1/3 C hot reduced-sodium chicken or vegetable broth 1/2 C uncooked couscous 1/2 C chopped red bell pepper 1/2 C slivered onion

2 T olive oil 1/2 t salt Freshly ground black pepper 1/2 lb large shrimp, shelled and deveined 4 T sun-dried tomato pesto 1. Preheat oven to 425F. 2. Pour broth over couscous; cover and let stand 5 minutes. 3. Combine couscous, bell pepper, onion, oil, salt and pepper in a medium bowl; mix well. Fold 2 (15inch) square pieces of parchment paper in half; cut into heart shapes. Unfold and place couscous mixture on one side of each sheet next to the fold. Arrange shrimp in a single layer over couscous mixture; top with pesto. Fold and tightly seal the edges with narrow folds. Place packets on a baking sheet and bake 15 minutes. Remove packets from oven and transfer to individual serving plates. Serve, letting guests open their own packets. Serves 2. Per serving: 420 calories, 16g fat, 175mg chol., 29g prot., 41g carbs., 3g fiber, 940mg sodium

Plaza Wash

on the Marshall Plaza is the place to go! Gift Certificates available! Go to the Wick Bldgs Office or call 660-886-4600

Business Directory Testerman Electrical Heating & Cooling • Sales • Service • Installs Residential, Commercial Modular Home Furnaces Licensed & Insured 660-886-6113 Fast Dependable Service at Competitive Prices. AC Service $50 + materials

STOVER QUALITY QUILTING

606 N. Ash St., Stover Vi & Melvin Dale 573-377-2303 1-800-521-4171 Over 65 Years of Quality Machine Quilting For Individuals just like YOU

D&T Quilt 3620 S. Marshall, Sedalia

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~DMC floss ~Embroidery blocks ~Fat quarters ~Over 7000 bolts of fabric ~Aunt Martha iron on transfers ~Tea towels M-F 9-5:00 • Sat 9-4:00

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2 medium zucchini, sliced into 1⁄4-inch rounds 2 summer squash, sliced into 1⁄4inch rounds 3 medium plum tomatoes, cut into 1-inch chunks 1/2 onion, thinly sliced 1 T chopped fresh basil 1/2 t fresh oregano 1/2 C crumbled feta cheese 1 T olive oil 1⁄4 t salt 1⁄4 t freshly ground black pepper

to fold. Fold and tightly seal the edges with narrow folds. Place packets on a baking sheet and bake 15 minutes. Remove packets from oven and transfer to individual serving plates. Serve, letting guests open their own packets. Serves 4.

Call The Messenger to get your ad included! 660-886-2233

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Intermediate & Residential Care

Adult Day Care (660) 529-2237 1-888-540-6565

Fax (660) 529-3456 620 N. Emmerson Slater, MO 65349

Cain Insurance Agency L.L.C Crop-Farm-Home Auto-Health-Life

David Cain (Agent/Owner) 1401 US Hwy 65 N Carrollton, MO 64633 Phone: 660-542-0104 Fax: 660-542-0104 • Cell: 816-807-9678

Email: cainins@att.net

Dennis Stahl’s

Auto Repair General Auto Repair Serving the Community Since 1980 29564 205th Rd Marshall, MO

Call 886-7290

Free Estimates

• Tree Removal • Stump Grinding • Tree Trimming

660-831-0037 Cell # (660) 886-1080 Dave Morrow

Country Heating & Cooling Competitive Pricing Installation Sales & Service

Frank Lawless 660-631-1457 660-831-5385


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From bark to wine stopper to footwear -- the story of cork (NewsUSA) Every time you buy a bottle of wine sealed with a natural cork stopper, you're helping to sustain one of the world's most biodiverse forests and protect an extraordinary ecosystem. While it might seem counterintuitive, the best way to ensure that there is no shortage of cork is to use more cork. That is because the greater the demand for cork, the greater the economic incentive to protect the cork oak forests for future generations. The 6.6 million acres of cork oak forests in the Mediterranean Basin not only serve as a refuge for endangered

species, they also help reduce greenhouse emissions. It seems like a small thing, but every cork stopper represents

metric tons of carbon dioxide. Not only do cork oak forests provide a significant carbon offset, but cork stoppers are

a carbon offset of 113.5 grams. Looked at differently, the 6.6 million acres of Mediterranean cork oaks capture approximately 14.4 million

100 percent natural and recyclable; they are truly the gift that keeps on giving. "We have recycled more than 47 mil-

GRAND RIVER LIVESTOCK MARKET LLC Dwain & Amy Ireland, Owners, 660-973-0097 Location: HWY WW Tina MO 64682 | Market: 660-622-4214 Mailing address: PO Box 704 | Chillicothe MO 64601 www.grandriverlivestock.com • E-mail: dwain@grandriverlivestock.com

Feeder Cattle Sale Wednesday April 23rd 11:00 AM

Please call Dwain for further details on the upcoming sale: 660-973-0097

Misc (Hay, Posts, Etc), Caged Animals, Hogs, Cattle, Goats & Sheep 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month 10 AM May 3rd and May 17th

WE ARE NOW SELLING CAGED ANIMALS ALONG WITH THE SMALL ANIMALS! (NO EQUINE) Dan Dedrick - 660-646-8103 Kurt Kleeman - 816-284-0611 Wes Gorham - 816- 853-7359

Pam Dedrick, Office Manager - 660-646-8119 Clark Allen - 660-973-6826 L J Cahill - 660-322-1193

lion cork stoppers and have planted more than 8,000 cork oaks," says Matt Hughes, brand manager at ReCORK, North America's largest cork recycling initiative. "Our recycled corks are used to replace petroleum-based materials in consumer products and to extend the useful life of wine corks." Contrary to popular opinion, cork oaks are never harmed or cut down during the harvesting process. Highly skilled professionals use axes to safely and carefully strip the bark. On average, 90 to 130 pounds of bark are harvested from each cork oak. Each tree can produce enough cork for 4,000 to 6,000 stoppers.

Cork's unique attributes make it a highly versatile material. Because cork is composed of a honeycomb of microscopic cells, it is very light, easy to compress yet strong, impermeable to liquids and gases, adaptable to temperature and pressure, an insulator against moisture and noise, and resistant to fire. When it comes to preserving wine, cork allows just the right amount of oxygen to interact with the liquid, making it the perfect material to allow wine to age properly. And when it comes to the wine experience, no artificial stopper can come close to reproducing the iconic "pop" when the cork is

removed. In recent years, fashion designers and shoe manufacturers such as Stella McCartney and SOLE have started to use cork to create their signature footwear. Says Mike Baker, Founder and CEO of SOLE: "The transformation of used wine corks into durable and attractive footwear is an elegant way to extend the lifecycle of this remarkable material while providing consumers with a terrific new product that literally lightens their carbon footprint."

Malta Bend School Surplus Auction Saturday, April 26th • 10:00 a.m. Malta Bend R-V School FFA tools:

School items:

1- Tin Shears Mixed welding gloves 4- Plastic tool boxes (small) 4- Metal tool boxes (small) Craftsman tool box Sear 12’’ x 22’’ Sear 27” x 27” base on rollers 2- Welding Helmets 1- Dewalt 3/8 drill 1- 4 ½ Milwaukee grinder 3-Wood planes (old) 2-Key hole saws Franklin Adam electric box 400 amp Ritter m-7 speed clave Cart Steam cleaner-100B Electro 6 piece Dewalt 18 volt cordless drill ½ drill/ driver/ hammer Rechargeable light 4 ½ grinder/ cut off tool Reciprocating saw Circular saw ¼ impact driver Lots of socket sets--most missing one or more

Desks-42 Orange Class chairs Classroom doors with chalkboard-14 GlovesParty hats-lots of variety Old front doors-2 Metal light up cactus-1 Room dividers-2 Bunsen burners-4 Pallets-2 Computer desk-1 Projection screens-3 Big teacher desk- 1 Green padded chairs-17 Small plastic desk chairs-9 Podium Projecters-2 Sewing Machines

New items made by Ag Classes 2 seat adrionack chair wooden swing with stand picnic table

Auction conducted by Brenton Fowler


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CLASSIFIED ADS AUTOMOBILE

Blind Pony Nursery

FARM EQUIPMENT

Minnows, Goldfish, Crawfish, Night Crawlers, Shad, Liver, Skip Jack Herring

1988 LINCOLN 4 door. Good demolition derby car. 660-8152500.

WEINREICH FARM Supply. 660-8151210. Harvest international inc. Grain augers & belt conveyors. J&M Mfg., Inc. Seed Tenders & Grain Carts.

FOR RENT

Apartment for Rent in Gilliam, 1 Bedroom

199.95 + utilities Storage Units available in Slater call $

660-631-2395

NOTICE

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DEMOLITION Debry. Saturday, July 12, 7:30 pm. Saline County Fairground, Hwy 65, Marshall. First $1500. Second $750, Third $500 and Highest Placing Saline County Resident $500. Rules availa b l e : marshallnews.com, kmmo.com, The Marshall Democrat-News, KMMO, Gilpin Auto Parts, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Diehm's Tire Service. Information: Sam Igo, 660-631-2311. Sponsored by: Missouri State Corn Husking, Saline County Fair Association.

Restored Treasures 202 Main, Concordia, MO

Chicken Litter & Lime

Filkins Trucking 631-5513 Cell 831-5030 Office

FOR SALE

Bait Shop Open: 8-5, Mon-Fri 8-3, Sat & Sun 660-886-8585 939 N. Miami COUNTY-WIDE COVERAGE OF YOUR ADVERTISEMENT TO SELL ALL YOUR DON’T WANTS FROM YOUR HOME, ATTIC, BASEMENT OR GARAGE.... USE THE MARSHALL MESSENGER CLASSIFIEDS!

Mon. - Fri. 10-5, Sat. 10-3 660-238-1772 660-238-3721

Call The Messenger to get your ad included! 660-886-2233

Large Enough To Serve You, Small Enough To Care 119 West Drake Marshall, MO 65340 Marshall,MO 65340 660-886-6723

Sunday, April 27 at 12:30 pm 2 blocks South of I70 at Concordia, MO

Collectibles - Furniture - Appliances - Household

Crown Power & Equipment 103 Hwy 24 West, Salisbury

is looking to fill the following positions Need to have experience in hydraulics, electronics & diesel engines.

Now Selling Watkins Products

Auction at LC’s

HELP WANTED

Service Technician:

Furniture, Home Decor, & Gifts.

Both hauling & Spreading available.

Equipment Detailer:

Job involves cleaning and detailing all types of farm equipment. Knowledge of farm equipment helpful.

Parts Counter Salesperson: Knowledge of farm equipment helpful. Good communication skills are a must.

Jobs will all be full time positions with benefits. Pay based on experience, Pick up a job application at store.

Please view auctionzip.com ID 16837 on Thursday for full list and pictures. Since 1998. Your locale or ours.

LC’s Auction Service Landy W. Caldwell, Auctioneer 660-463-1144 cell 660-238-0074 Richard W. Fricke, Agent 660-641-3312

Seeking Sealed Bids The Village of Mt. Leonard is seeking sealed bids for mowing the Community Center lot. Bids have to be sent to Evonne Trelow, 102 N. Blackstone, Malta Bend, MO 65339 by May 9, 2014.

Business is like a wheelbarrow.... It won’t go unless you push it! Advertise regularly in

.....a proven way to get results

121 N. Lafayette • 660-886-2233 sduvall@marshallnews.com

WANTED CROPLAND TO rent. Cash rent, cropshare, custom farming. 660-815-1210 or 660-886-9516. WANTED MACK trucks. 1979 through 1999. Also Cat graders, wheel loaders, generators. Have cash. 816-380-1034.

WORK WANTED

WORK WANTED: Available Tuesday through Thursday for housecleaning. Call 660631-2680.

Advertise in The Marshall Messenger and reach over 26,400 readers

Come by 121 N. Lafayette or call 660886-2233


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Savvy senior - walk your way to better health More than 25 years of research has shown that walking may be the single best exercise you can do to improve your health. It burns calories (about 100 for every mile you

is a good pair of walking shoes that fit well and a little desire. Here are a few tips to help you get started. Start walking: Start out slow if you need to. For many peo-

none, but most fitness professionals recommend walking about 30 minutes, five days a week. Research has shown that the 30 minutes can be broken up throughout the day – 10 minutes here, 10 minutes there. Or, for optimal health benefits aim for 10,000 steps per day, which is the equivalent of about five miles. How fast: The right walking speed depends on your fitness level. Ideally you should walk at a brisk pace that has you breathing heavily, but you are still able to carry on a conversation. Staying Motivated While starting a walking

program takes initiative, sticking with it takes commitment. Here are some tips to help you stay motivated: • Find some walking buddies: They can provide motivation and support along with companionship and security. • Use a pedometer: These nifty little gadgets – available in sporting goods stores for around $25 – measure how far you’ve walked in steps and miles, providing motivation by spurring you to meet a particular goal and showing you if you’ve met it. Or, if you’re a smartphone user, consider downloading a pedometer app like accupedo.com

Reporter

Marshall (MO) Democrat-News walk) which will help you lose weight, it builds endurance, enhances muscle tone and it doesn’t pound your joints. It also helps improve or prevent many age-related health problems including high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, osteoporosis and dementia. But walking is not only good for what ails you. It’s also one of the easiest and most convenient exercises you can do, and is completely free. All you need

ple this means head out the door, walk for 10 minutes, and walk back. Do it every day for a week. If that seems easy, add five minutes to your walks next week and keep adding five minutes until you are walking as long as you desire. It’s also a smart idea to start and finish your walk with a few simple warm up and cool down stretches. Stretching will make you feel better and help prevent injury. How far: Any walking is better than

The Marshall Democrat-News, an award-winning hometown daily newspaper in mid-Missouri, has an opening for a general assignment reporter to cover breaking news and municipal issues for our Web and print publications. If you're passionate about journalism and excited about the opportunities that digital publishing has to offer, we want to hear from you. The Democrat-News is a member of Rust Communications, with a team that values the accuracy, community involvement and craft of traditional journalists and the immediacy and engagement of digital platforms. Marshall, Mo., an easy drive from shopping in Kansas City or Columbia, is also close to popular outdoor recreation areas in Arrow Rock, Lake of the Ozarks and the Katy Trail. Please email resume and clips to Rachel Knight, editor, The Marshall Democrat-News at rknight@marshallnews.com

or runtastic.com. • Join a walking club: To find one in your community call your local medical center, mall, health clubs, YMCA, running shoe stores or Area Agency on Aging to see if they sponsor or know of any clubs or groups. Or try the American Volkssport Association (ava.org) and American Heart Association Walking Club (mywalkingclub.org), which let you search for non-competitive walking clubs in your area, or start one. • Keep a journal: Use it to keep track of your walking minutes, steps, or mileage and total it up at the end of each week to see how

you’re progressing. • Get a dog: Studies have shown that dog owners are much more likely to take regular walks than non-dog owners. • Listen to music: An iPod or MP3 player can also make a nice walking companion. Check out walk.jog.fm to find great walking songs that will match your pace. • Have a backup plan: If bad weather, allergies or other factors limit your outdoor walking have a backup plan like walking at your local mall, buying a home treadmill or joining a health club.

Ideas

Required GRAPHIC DESIGNER/ PAGINATOR

We’re seeking a detail-oriented designer to assist with composition, design and pagination of our award-winning newspaper and magazine publications. The ideal candidate will have a good grasp of time management and strong communication skills. In addition to design work, this part-time position works with our print shop clients and helps with some clerical tasks. Print shop experience is beneficial, but not required. Experience with QuarkXpress and Photoshop is preferred.

Candidates should send resume and samples to: Sarah Reed, Managing Editor concordiannews@centurytel.net


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