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Child Safe program Oct. 23 at First Baptist

A “Stewards of Children” program, promoting awareness and prevention of child sexual abuse, is scheduled 5 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 at First Baptist Church in Stover. The free workshop, hosted by Child Safe of Central Missouri, Inc., is open to the community. It is designed for parents, teachers, staff, and volunteers who work with children and youth. The program’s purpose is to increase knowledge, improve attitudes, and change behaviors to protect children.

Topics covered include facts about the problem of child sexual abuse, types of situations in which it may occur, and strategies to protect children. Also to be discussed are the importance of talking about the issue with children and other adults, signs that sexual abuse may be happening, and how to react responsibly. The church is located at 102 Cherry St. in Stover. For more information or to register, call 573-377-2828. Students at the Morgan County R-I School fifth- and sixth-grade center had lunch with grandparents and other special guests Thursday, Oct. 13 in the Stover school cafeteria. Sharing a long oval table are, from left, Emily Wheeler, Phyllis Breedehoeft, the Breedehoeft’s granddaughter Chloee Murry, Joe Breedehoeft, Amber Young, and her son Briley Young. (photo by R. D. Fish)

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Halloween in the Park is Saturday, Oct. 29 Conferences Thursday, no school Friday at R-I

The Stover Park Board is scheduled to host Halloween in the Park Saturday, Oct. 29 at Stover Legion Memorial Park. Sign-up for the costume contest start at 4:30 p.m. with judging at 5:30 p.m. on the main stage. There will be games for the children; hot dogs, nachos, and drinks at the concession stand; and trick-or-treating after the costume contest.

Businesses, organizations, or individuals interested in passing out candy may contact any member of the park board. Members include Mike Walker, Bob Simon, Pam Witte, Brenda Cook, Gaylene Bauer, and city council member Marsha Walters. A park work day is planned Sunday, Oct. 23, to prepare the park and finalize details for the Halloween in the Park event.

There is a 12:35 p.m. early release Thursday, Oct. 20 at Morgan County R-I School, to prepare for parent-teacher conferences approximately 1 to 7 p.m. Parents of Stover Elementary School students may meet their children’s teachers by appoint-

The Stover Fair Board meets Tuesday, Oct. 11 at the Lions Club building in Stover. Among the board members discussing plans for the 2017 Stover Fair are, from left, Tracey Durant, Larry Monroe, Jerrilyn Monroe, Derek Hoehns, Dylan White, and fair board president Marty Weber. (photo by R. D. Fish)

Stover Fair Board plans park upgrades, fundraiser

The Stover Fair Board Tuesday, Oct. 11 discussed plans to improve the midway area at Stover Legion Memorial Park and to raise funds for the 2017 Stover Fair. Park maintenance Meeting at the Stover Lions Club building, the board noted the Stover City Council has given positive feedback to the board’s proposal to expand the carnival area for next year’s fair. Fair board president Marty Weber said plans are underway to stake out an area south of the trees downhill from the current midway, with dirt work to start soon afterward. The idea is to let the reworked dirt pack down during the winter, then top it with gravel in the spring. It was noted the stage at the park needs repair. Issues included shingles falling off the roof, siding coming apart, and a clogged drain causing the basement to flood, which damages items stored under the stage.

The board agreed to approach the city council and advise it to address these concerns before the amount of damage requires a major renovation. New Year’s Eve Bash The fair board began planning its second annual New Year’s Eve Bash fundraiser. Based on last year’s experience, it was decided to adjust the menu and make the balloon drop larger. To accommodate guests who do not want to stay up late, the doors will open 6:30 p.m. A pitch tournament is planned starting 7 p.m., and DJ Colton Taylor will again provide music starting 9 p.m. The event will be “B.Y.O.B.,” and admission will be $10 per person, adults only. Other business The board welcomed new member Derek Hoehns, a staff member at Citizens-Farmers Bank in Stover who said he feels it important to be active in the community.

Meetings Oct. 19-26

The Morgan County R-I School Board is scheduled to meet 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19 in the Stover school library. The Stover City Council is scheduled to meet 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24 at Stover City

Mandi Roberts reported concession sales went well at the Stover Community Action Club’s Saturday, Oct. 1 truck and tractor pull. The board was pleased with the combination of a fundraiser and the opportunity to help another local organization. The board agreed to participate in the Stover Park Board’s Halloween in the Park event Saturday evening, Oct. 29, and to enter a float in the Stover Chamber of Commerce’s Christmas Parade Saturday, Dec. 3. Ideas were reviewed for new events at the 2017 Stover Fair. It was agreed to use several promising ideas, if scheduling and volunteer manpower permit. The next fair board meeting is scheduled 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 8 at the Stover Lions Club building, and is open to anyone interested in joining the board.

cluded. Registration forms can be picked up at the school or at Citizens-Farmers Bank in Stover. Deadline to turn in fees is Wednesday, Oct. 26. Check-in for the Nov. 5 event begins 8 a.m. in the high school parking lot. Proceeds will be donated to the Class of 2019 to fund future prom and graduation costs. For more information, call Alicia Marriott or Erin Wolfrum at 573-377-2217.

It’s a Christmas Gatherin’ Nov. 4-5 at community center

ment in their respective classrooms. High school teachers will meet parents in the elementary gymnasium, with no appointment required. There is no school Friday, Oct. 21 at Morgan County R-I School in Stover.

It’s a Quilters’ Christmas Gatherin’, featuring approximately 30 quilt shop vendors, will be Friday, Nov. 4 and Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Stover Community Center. Sponsored by Stover Quality Quilting and Claude’s Country Threads, the event opens 9 a.m. both days and ends 5 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday.

The Christmas Gatherin’ brings quilters and lovers of quilts from throughout the region to look at fabric, patterns, books, and kits, to shop at the three local quilt shops, and to share quilting ideas. For more information, call Vi Dale at 573-377-2303, or Evelyn Hedges at 573-377-4130.

by Becky Holloway Mid-Mo Ambulances, in the near future, will undergo another cleaning process on the interior using a new ultra violet cleaning system approved for purchase the ambulance district board last Wednesday, Oct. 12. Administrator Lee Kempf proposed buying the disinfecting system at a cost of about $4,000. The particular system he is looking at can be hung in the back of the ambulance and ran for about 20 minutes. It will kill nearly all bacteria and germs present. That would be followed by the traditional hand wash with disinfecting cleaner. The board also voted to purchase three used Stryker power cots, two at $5,000 each from American Response Vehicles in Columbia and a third from the company itself for $9,000. The company cot comes with 50 percent of the original warranty. Two battery systems at $1,000 each were also approved. New power cot stretchers cost $17,000 to $19,000, and Kempf said when the district has to purchase new ambulances these will fit. Manual lift cots will continue to be used in the two ambulances in the fleet that are used the least and will not be replaced. The 2016-17 budget was amended to reflect the actual ending balance Sept. 30. A sizeable Medicare payment was received, making the ending balance higher than expected. Funds available for the new year total $3,453,764.06. Projected expenditures remain at $3,199,000, leaving an anticipated reserve balance of $254,764.06. Kempf gave on update about

the new base under construction in California, Mo. The board approved a cost of $5,000 to have Ameren Missouri extend the gas main to the property located just inside the southern city limits. Kempf said that part of the city is slated for an upgrade in three to four years, and then there would be no cost. The board asked him to see if a rebate will be available to the district. Propane is an option. However, distance requirements from the building would place the tank at roadside or in the front yard, which is not desirable. The city of California extended the electric service and bored under the highway to extend a water main to the property, both at no cost to the district. A manhole will be placed at the end of the driveway for sewer access. Brickwork has begun. However, Kempf expressed concern there may not be enough brick to cover the entire building. A plan is in place to do the east side last in case there is a shortage, as that side sits on the interior of the property. A similar brick can be used if needed. After looking further into the cost of holiday pay for ambulance personnel approved at last month’s meeting, Kempf said it would not be as good of a plan as thought. He outlined what would happen to the payroll budget under different scenarios, and instead asked the board to raise holiday pay from $4 to $6 an hour above the employee’s regular pay. The board agreed. Raises for office personnel were then discussed in closed session along with brief evaluations of performance. Tasha

Knapheide, office assistant, received a 60-cent per hour raise, or $14.25 per hour. Secretary Brenda West received a raise of $1.09 per hour, to $25 an hour, plus an additional two-percent contribution to her retirement. Kempf received a $2,000 increase in his annual pay, to $60,000, and an increase of two percent to his retirement. Kempf said as of Jan. 1, Supervisor Russ Lumpkin will no longer be working on the ambulances as he semi-retires. He will continue on as a 30-hour a week employee as a supervisor and trainer. He will keep his current level of pay and health insurance. Statistics on runs for September were presented as follows: Tipton had 32 calls with 18 transports; California had 66 calls with 42 transports; Versailles ran 165 calls with 111 transports; and Barnett had 12 calls and made nine transports. District-wide, calls totalled 275 with 180 transports, for a transport rate on patient contact calls for the month of 73.5 percent. Statistics for the fiscal year just ended Sept. 30 were also presented, with nearly 10 calls received a day in the district last year. Tipton had 578 calls and 384 transports; California had 907 calls with 590 transports; Versailles had 1,900 calls with 1,296 transports; and Barnett, which is only staffed part of the year, had 187 calls with 130 transports. District-wide, there were 3,572 calls with 2,400 transports, and a transport rate on patient contact calls of 76.4 percent. The board’s next meeting is scheduled 7 p.m. Wednesday,

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Medicare meeting Oct. 31

UnitedHealthcare® is hosting a free meeting to help people learn more about Medicare 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31 at the Morgan County VFW Post, 115 Hall. The Golden Age Nursing Troutdale Rd., in Gravois Mills. Home District board is sched- If health needs have changed, uled to meet 9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the Golden Age Living Center in Stover.

R-I fun run Nov. 5

A Black and Orange Run is scheduled 8:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 at Stover High School. Hosted by Galloway-Martens American Legion Post 343 of Stover, the untimed 5K run is a fundraiser for the SHS sophomore class. Runners start with a white shirt, provided at check-in, and accumulate school-pride colors as they run. The registration fee is $20 for each adult and $10 for each child age 12 and younger, T-shirt in-

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or a current plan doesn’t offer certain benefits and features, call Marilynn Archuleta, 660473-3223. Open enrollment ends Wednesday, Dec. 7.

Free meal, groceries Oct. 20 The monthly Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry will open noon Thursday, Oct. 20 at Stover United Methodist Church. Groceries will be distributed free to anyone who needs them.

A free hot meal will also be served at that time. This month’s menu features chicken tetrazzini, mixed vegetables, salad, dessert and drinks.

Ivy Bend pantry Oct. 26

Ivy Bend’s monthly food distribution is scheduled 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the Ivy Bend Food Pantry. It is available to anyone living in the Stover or Gravois Mills area. No financial qualification is necessary. To receive free groceries, bring a proof of residency

and the Social Security card of each member of the household. This identification is needed for verification only and will not be recorded. Most of the food distributed comes from the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri, headquartered in Columbia.

David Dunn signs a sympathy card for a legion member’s family while Marvin Johnson gives encouragement during the social hour before the Galloway-Martens American Legion Post 343 and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 343 dinner and meeting Tuesday, Oct. 11 at the legion hall in Stover. (photo by R. D. Fish)


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Record Obituaries

Memorial contributions were Juanita Robbins suggested to the Down Syn Juanita Robbins, 92, died Fri- drome Guild of Greater Kansas day, Oct. 14, 2016, at her home. City, 5960 Dearborn St. #100, She was Mission, KS 66202. born July 3, Arrangements were under di1924, in Wild rection of the Scrivner-Morrow Cherry, Ark. Funeral Home in Stover. to Edward Ezekiel and Dora Lovell Lucy L. Rand Merriott Marchant. Dora Lovell Merriott, 81, of She married Wendell Robbins July 11, Versailles, died Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, at the Good Shepherd 1943 in Healing Springs, Ark. She was 19 during World War Care Center in Versailles. II and worked on aircraft in She was born March 22, 1935, Oklahoma, making her “Rosie in Barnett, a daughter of the late Oliver and Irene Bell (Hess) Calthe Riveter.� She spent most of her life as a ton. She married E.J. Merriott homemaker. She enjoyed gardening, bak- Dec. 23, 1952. He preceded her ing, making crafts, attending in death Feb. 20, 1998. She was a member of the Verchurch and reading the Bible. She is survived by daughter sailles First Baptist Church. Glenda Fields; four grandchil- She enjoyed gardening, growdren; 12 great-grandchildren; 10 ing roses, and reading. great-great-grandchildren; sis- She is survived by children Joe ters Mildred and Elda; brother Merriott and wife Beth of VerWillard and wife Lena; along sailles, Lorna Merriott of Riverwith many other relatives and view, Fla., and Matt Merriott and wife Terri of Versailles; seven friends She was preceded in death by grandchildren; five great-grandher parents and husband; sons- children; sisters Marie Williams in-law Roland Brown and Bill of Osceola, Louise Sidebottom Fields; a granddaughter-in-law; of Osceola, Donna Hardwick a great-grandson; sisters Reable, of Tonganoxie, Kan., and BarRubyMae, Edna, and Imogene; bara Meeker and husband Glen and brothers Heaber, Jesse, and of Olathe, Kan.; and many other relatives and friends. Lee. Graveside services were Mon- Graveside services and interday, Oct. 17, 2016 at the Stover ment were Friday, Oct. 14, at the Cemetery with Howard Parsons Versailles Cemetery with Dr. officiating. Howard and Lisa Todd Forman officiating. Parsons sang “Wings Above the Memorial contributions were Storm� and “How Great Thou suggested to the Parkinson’s Art.� Randy Brown, Rusty Foundation. Brown, Robbie Brown, Ryant Arrangements were under diBrown, Tyler Dinkins and Kerry rection of the Kidwell-Garber Arnold served as casket bearers. Funeral Home of Versailles.

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• Officer assisted Missouri State Highway Patrol at a motor vehicle accident on Route N. • School resource officer took two juvenile calls at Morgan County R-I. • Officer took two complaints about a dog running loose on Second Street and the following day on Oak Street. Officer contacted Animal Shelter and asked around the city. No one knew where the dog belonged. Officer was later advised someone had picked up the dog and given it a new home. • Officer responded to Temp Stop when a customer left without paying for fuel. Officer went to subject’s residence and no one was home. While officer was making the report, male subject called and said he would come in to pay for the fuel. • Officer responded to Industrial Drive, where a woman reported her son missing. Officer had observed male subject walking on Fourth Street while en route to Industrial Drive. Officer contacted male subject and found he had left after an argument withDOING his mother.WHAT Officer contacted mother and she confirmed WE SAYtheSINCE 1935. this was what happened. Male subject left for 12 hours. • Officer responded to physical domestic incident on Pine Street. Officer spoke with subjects, and a female subject was arrested for domestic assault. • Officer responded to an automobile accident at Vine and Hill streets. Subject was transported via ambulance to an area hospital. Subject was issued a summons for driving while intoxicated. • Officer responded to Hickory Street, where a male subject was reported by his mother to be high on methamphetamine and not making sense. On arriving in the area, officer observed a male subject matching the party’s description. Officer detained Opportunities available in these divisions the subject due to his erratic behavior. Male subject admitted using methamphetamine several days ago, and said he still did not VAN | DEDICATED feel right. Officer called for an ambulance, and the male subject Team and to Solo | Regional was transported an area hospital.and Over-the-Road • Officer took a report of a dog bite. Male subject stated he was attacked a few days earlier and knew where the dog beAttention: COMPANY DRIVER BENEFITS longed. Officer contacted the dog’s owner. Subject was issued $6,000 tuition reimbursement Paid orientation anddue ongoing training two summons for the dog |and advised that, to the vicious nature of the animal, he would have 72and hours to remove the dog Medical, dental and vision insurance 401(k) plan from the city. Subject said he would comply with the order.

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Animal Abuse/Neglect......... 3 Arrests................................. 27 Child Abuse.......................... 1 Domestic Violence................ 1 Illegal Drugs......................... 1 Inmates in Custody............221

Corey King, Webb Loop, Stover, on Friday, Oct. 7, reported stealing. Carl Stevens, Little Buffalo Road, Stover, on Saturday, Oct. 8, reported stealing. Ross Townlain, Lakeview Lane, Gravois Mills, on Saturday, Oct. 8, reported burglary. Darren Lightcap, Walnut Street, Barnett, on Sunday, Oct. 9, called regarding an animal. Joel Williams, Highway M, Stover, on Wednesday, Oct. 12, reported burglary.

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Garr, law students to offer free legal advice to veterans

Cory Garr of Stover, a stu- The students are supervised dent at the University of Mis- by attorney and law professouri School of Law in Co- sor Angela Drake, who has lumbia, is part of a group of extensive experience in civil eight law students who plan to litigation, especially with cases provide a veterans involving medical legal clinic starting records. 7 p.m. Thursday, Students in the Oct. 27 at the Stover veterans clinic Community Center. course attend Al Williamson, weekly lectures on adjutant of the Galthe law governing loway-Ma r t ens veterans’ benefits, American Legion besides working Post 343 of Stover, with actual vetersaid the event is ans. open to all veterans This gives the in the area, and is students experinot limited to memence of counseling bers of the Americlients, interviewcan Legion or the ing witnesses and VFW. medical personnel, The clinic procollecting data, Cory Garr vides free legal adanalyzing medical vice and assistance records, researchfor armed forces veterans, in- ing the law, developing legal cluding help making disability theories, preparing pleadings claims to the Veterans Admin- and briefs, networking with istration, appealing decisions, other legal professionals, and drafting briefs to federal courts honing other practical skills and supreme courts, and apply- ranging from time manageing for discharge upgrades. ment to problem solving. The veterans clinic is a skills Williamson said refreshtraining exercise for students ments at the event will be limin the Juris Doctor degree pro- ited to coffee and tea. No food gram at the MU law school. will be served.

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by Kerry Hampy 660-368-2825 There were 55 people who attended a fifth birthday party for Jenna Wittman Saturday, Oct. 15 at the St. John United Church of Christ fellowship hall. It was hosted by her parents Greg and Amy Wittman. Jackie Phillips’ family helped him celebrate his birthday Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Pilot Grove nursing home. Bob and Vida Lou Phillips hosted a birthday party for her mother Barbara Tieman Sunday, Oct. 16. Family and friends attended. Geneva Hampy, Kerry Hampy, Lois Hoehns, Dave and Liz Niebruegge, daughters Codee and Reese, Marcie Teter, Mark and Kathy Teter were Sunday, Oct. 16 dinner guests of Brent and Connie Hampy.

They celebrated Brent’s birthday. Sue Oswald of Otterville was a Sunday, Oct. 16 visitor of Erma Woolery. There were 14 people who enjoyed a card party Friday, Oct. 14 at the Otterville Senior Center. Debbie Cook and Cheri Hofstetter spent Thursday, Oct. 6 through Friday, Oct. 14 visiting Cheri’s son Scott and Rebecca Hofstetter in San Diego, Calif. John and Ginny Starke hosted a family dinner Sunday, Oct. 16. There were 12 people who attended. Tom and Kim Brady of Pekin, Ill. arrived Sunday, Oct. 16 to spend a few days with her uncle Jerry Connor. Paul and Pam Bass visited Geneva Hampy Thursday, Oct. 13.

Capital awarded contract for Route BB, Z paving Capital Paving and Construction LLC of Jefferson City has been awarded a contract to resurface portions of Routes BB and Route Z in Morgan and Moniteau counties. The Missouri Department of Transportation Central District announced Friday, Oct. 14, the Missouri Highways and Transportaiton Commission awarded the contract to Capital Paving, with a low bid of $979,498. The project extends along

Route BB from Highway 135 to Route D within in Morgan County, and on Route Z from Route D in Morgan County to Highway 5 in Moniteau County. The project is scheduled to take place during the 2017 construction season. Occasional lane and entrance closures are possible in the work areas. For more information, call MoDOT at 1-888-275-6636, or visit www.modot.org/central.

Church Directory

It pleased God through the foolishness of the message preached to save those who believe. 1 Corinthians 1:21

Christ Lutheran Church 505 W. Second, Stover 573-377-2819 Rev. Thomas Tuura Wednesday 6:30 a.m. Men’s Bible Study 6:30 p.m. Choir Practice Sunday 9 a.m. Sunday School, Bible Class, Confirmation, CLC Cafe 10:15 a.m. Worship; Communion first and second Sunday

St. Paul Lutheran Church 407 W. Third, Stover 573-377-2824 Rev. Jerry Kurka Thursday 9 a.m. Bible Class Saturday, Oct. 22 LWML Zone Rally at St. Paul Sunday, Oct. 23 - Senior Sunday 9 a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Worship with recognition of senior members Monday 6 p.m. Ladies Bible Study Brauersville Immanuel Lutheran Church 31247 Hwy. AD, Cole Camp PMA Gary Wahlers Church 660-668-3585 Home 573-377-4490 immanueltrinitychurches.webs. com Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship with Communion

Frying fish, potatoes, and hush puppies during the Ivy Bend Fire and Rescue fall fish fry Sunday, Oct. 16 at Fire Station 1 in Ivy Bend are Ed Etter, left, Roger Sander, and Kent Papen, not pictured. (photo by R. D. Fish)

Deadline for November calendar The November calendar of events will be included in the Wednesday, Oct. 26 issue of The Morgan County Press. To make sure a meeting or event is included, it should be submitted to the newspaper no later than Friday, Oct. 21. Include the event’s time, date, name, location, and the name and phone number of someone who can give more information.

The newspaper can be reached by phone at 573-378-5441, by fax at 573-378-4292, by email at news@morgancountypress.com, or by mail at P.O. Box 348, Versailles, MO 65084. News items can also be dropped off at Heimsoth Insurance, 307 W. Second St. in Stover, or at The Versailles LeaderStatesman office, 104 W. Jasper St. in Versailles.

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The Tuesday, Oct. 11 meeting of the Kola Club was a luncheon at the home of Linda Keen in Kansas City. Art Young asked the blessing on the food. Barbara Lewis, president, conducted the business meeting. The devotion “Use Me, Lord” by Patience Allison Hartbauer and the Scripture Psalm 31:4 were read by Elizabeth Hazelrigg.

Roll call was answered by, “My favorite way to relax.” Attending were guests “Keen” Keen, Ferrill Rose, and Art Young, and members Lynne Rose, Betty Jo Shafer, Erma Woolery, Joyce Young, Hazelrigg, Linda Keen, and Lewis. The meeting was dismissed by saying The Lord’s Prayer in unison. The Tuesday, Nov. 8 meeting will be a luncheon at the home of Betty Jo Shafer.

Pyrmont Trinity Lutheran Church 2831 Pyrmont Road, Stover PMA Gary Wahlers Church 660-668-3585 Home 573-377-4490 immanueltrinitychurches.webs. com Sunday 8:30 a.m. Worship, Communion 2nd and 4th Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School United Methodist Church 206 N. Hickory, Stover 573-377-2711 Rev. Diane Cutler Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Tuesday 9 a.m. Prayer Group Wednesday 7 p.m. Choir Practice First Baptist Church First & Cherry, Stover 573-377-2828 Rev. James Butterfield Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 5-7 p.m. Child Safe workshop Wednesday 6 p.m. Life House Children’s Program 6:30 p.m. Youth 6:30 p.m. Bible Study/Missions Sounds of Calvary Ministries 1961 W. Blackberry Patch Rd, Stover 573-377-2198 • 573-378-8991 Jim & Linda Bartlett, Pastors Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6 p.m. Evangelistic Service

Mercy’s Way Southern Baptist 105 W. Third, Stover 573-377-2307 Kenny Shewmaker, Pastor Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worshp Service Wednesday 6 p.m. Children’s Night

Open Arms Community Church 33207 Ivy Bend Road, Stover Rev. Larry Thompson Sunday 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11 a.m. Bible Study Lakeview Baptist Church 32760 N. Ivy Bend Rd. Rev. Jack Kirkham Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Wednesday 4 p.m. Bible Study Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses

Sunday 9:30 a.m. Public Bible Lecture 10:30 a.m. Watchtower Study Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study St. John’s United Church of Christ 6670 Hwy. JJ, Florence Rev. Larry Gallamore Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Worship United Methodist Church Florence Rev. Brittanee Jacobs Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Worship service Mt. Olive Baptist Church 354 Hwy. JJ, Florence Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:35 a.m. Worship 6 p.m. Discipleship Training 7 p.m. Bible School Bethlehem Baptist Church 3961 Wolf Lane, Florence Steve Robinson, Pastor Sunday 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship 7 p.m. Bible Study 2nd, 4th and 5th Wednesday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting and Visitation Assembly of God West Chapel 211 E. Second St. Stover • 573-789-4861 Joe Bigham, Pastor Thursday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Sunday 10:30 a.m. Worship Service and Children’s Church Church of God in Christ Mennonite 8669 Pine Tree Rd. (135 North) Stover • 660-368-4170 Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship Service 7 p.m. Evening Service

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by ish In my column last week, I tried to make a case for voting for someone other than the candidates offered up by the twoparty system, which has never been more unresponsive to what the American people think and want. Since I wrote that piece, there have been more developments. They couldn’t have been timed better. Within one month of the election, the race between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton has a reached unheardof pitch of ridiculousness. So at the risk of boring you, I think it’s a great time to review our other options for the Tuesday, Nov. 8 presidential election. Please note, I am not endorsing any of the candidates below. I am only hoping this brief guide will equip you with the basic tools to educate yourself about other options besides the blue and red ones. Gary Johnson The only “third-party” presidential candidate on the ballot in all 50 states is Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson. Both he and his running mate, former Massachusetts governor William Weld, were Republicans when they last held office. They have the advantage of experience as chief executives at the state level. Johnson previously ran for president in 2012. In a nutshell, his position could be described as a fiscal conservative and a so-

cial liberal. To learn more about Johnson’s policy proposals, go to www. johnsonweld.com. Jill Stein The candidate for the politically progressive Green Party, also for the second time since 2012, is Jill Stein, who has also run twice for governor of Massachusetts. Stein practiced internal medicine 25 years and taught at Harvard University. Her running mate is human rights activitst Ajamu Baraka, who is known for calling Barack Obama an “Uncle Tom” and NATO a group of “gangster states.” This pair might be the choice for people for whom the Clinton-Kaine ticket just isn’t progressive enough. Stein will be on the ballot in 44 states, including Missouri, and is a write-in candidate in three more. Her presidential platform emphasizes economic and environmental issues. For more information about her position, see www.jill2016.com. Darrell Castle Constitution Party nominee Darrell Castle is on the ballot in 24 states, including Missouri, and is a write-in candidate in most of the others. A lawyer from Memphis, Tenn., Castle was his party’s 2008 candidate for vice president. His running mate is Utah State University administrator Scott Bradley. Describing himself as “more libertarian than Gary Johnson,” Castle is against abortion, the

October 16, 1936 The Rock Island is offering a very low round-trip rate to Kansas City next week on account of the American Royal Livestock and Horse Show, which starts Saturday, Oct. 17. The excursion rate is in effect going Sunday and Monday and returning not later than Thursday, Oct. 22. The round-trip fare from Stover is $2.50. October 25, 1946 Oct. 22 was the 53rd anniversary of the triple wedding of three former Zora couples - Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wright, now of Cole Camp, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Geary, now of Stover, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Taylor, still residing in the vicinity where they grew up, were married, and have since made their home. The triple wedding in which four couples took part occurred in the Big Buffalo Baptist Church at Zora, in 1893. For several years it was the practice of the four couples to get together annually in observance of their wedding date. October 18, 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Askins of Stover are the proud parents of a son, born Oct. 10. The boy weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces at birth. Mrs. Askins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson drug war, Common Core, and Oba macare. For more details about his position, see castle2016.com. Evan McMullin As I write this, independent candidate Evan McMullin has not yet filed as a write-in candidate in Missouri, but my sources tell me he is in the process of doing so. Because he entered the race late (Monday, Aug. 8), he will only be on the ballot in 11 states, but he continues to add to the list of states where he is a write-in option. In his home state of Utah, he is currently polling close to the lead. A former CIA operations officer and congressional policy director, McMullin is probably the most conservative choice who will have widespread ballot access in November. His running mate is a Washington D.C.-based technology maven and political operator named Mindy Finn. For details of McMullin’s political agenda, visit www. evanmcmullin.com. In summary: Johnson, Stein, and Castle will be on the ballot in November, and McMullin will probably be a write-in option. I urge everyone who is not comfortable with Trump or Clinton to visit these candidates’ websites. Educate yourself about where the candidates stand. Vote with your head and your heart.

of Stover, Route 2. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilderbrand of Versailles will observe their 61st wedding anniversary at the Stover City Park. They extend a welcome to their many friends in the Stover community to visit them at that time. October 20, 1966 Scott Hodges, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hodges is recovering from dental surgery performed at Bothwell Hospital last Thursday. He had 14 teeth removed. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Boeschen and son Perry of Kansas City, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Boeschen and daughter Ruth. October 20, 1976 Members of Stover Homemakers Club held the October meeting at the club house on Friday with nine members and four visitors present. Visitors were Mrs. Walter Merk, Mrs. Reno Warnke, Mrs. Wray Heppard and Mrs. Carnie Swartz, the latter became a member of the club. Mrs. Fern Coolidge, president, was in charge of the business meeting and roll call was answered with “What are you doing for others?” October 15, 1986 Stover mayor Lee Roy Boe-

schen presented the board of aldermen Monday night with a donation of $200 from two property owners. John Porter and Junior Kunder donated the money to help the city pay for bulldozer work on a creek adjacent to their property. Boeschen said the men told him they felt the work greatly increased the value of their property, and they wanted the city to know they appreciated the work. October 16, 1996 Stover City Council memebers unanimously appointed Scott Beckmann last Wednesday to finish the remaining term of former Mayor Vi Phillips, who resigned at the regular September meeting. Beckmann’s first official duty was to appoint south ward alderman Andy Laas as Stover’s mayor pro-tem. October 18, 2006 Using their home-lake advantage, Dion and Guido Hibdon dominated the FLW Series fishing event Oct. 11-14 at Lake of the Ozarks Public Beach Number Two. Dion, from Stover, was the big winner, capturing first place overall and winning $100,000 in prize money. Dion was in second place after Day 1, but he took the lead on Day 2 and was never threatened the rest of the way.

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John Kolosik: “I would like to see more Otis Knight: “I don’t know. It’s a fine restaurants, so I don’t have to go to Ver- town.” sailles or Sedalia to go out to eat.”

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by Stacey Embry, Director, Morgan County Library “Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.” – Fred Rogers I have said it before, we are changing. We cannot be the same library we used to be. Part of this transition will be fully embraced and clearly understood; opening on Mondays for example. Some changes will be exciting, but might seem odd for the library. One of these changes we have already started. It’s play in the library. Berenice has been implementing play with story time. Books are still read, but play and activity are also incorporated. Last week, they talked about colors and played with PlayDoh®. This week, they read the book “What to do with a Box” by Jane Yolen. Then the real fun started. We had been saving boxes for the last couple of months. Each family picked a box and let their imagination free. When I worked as a parent educator we filled out evaluation forms at every home visit. It was our job to help parents be aware of their children’s development. We looked at four areas: language, motor skills (gross and fine), intellectual, and social. The exciting moment for me was watching Berenice’s story time kids hit all of these areas. Language – Each child talked about what they wanted to build. A few even came to the circulation desk afterwards and showed the girls their creation and talked about what they had made. Motor skills – There was a variety of fine motor skills being used as the kids decorated their boxes. Intellectual – I walked by one child and heard, “I am not sure how that will work.” If that is

not evidence of some problem solving skills being used, I don’t know what is. Social – All the parents and children worked together as a team on the boxes. Some siblings shared their box and did the construction together. So there was sharing and special time with mom and dad. Boxes and PlayDoh® are just the beginning. We will continue incorporating play at story time and, in December, we will conduct our first LEGO Saturday. Yep, we will be playing with LEGOs at the library. On that note, if you would like to donate LEGOs to the library we would be thrilled. LEGOs at the library are wildly popular and we hope to need tons of bricks for our future group. We don’t want our adults to

feel left out, so we are gradually including some activities for them. This last week we started a puzzle table and welcome the community to come in to join in the fun. The future will include more puzzles, coloring pages, and a crossword wall! It is not all about reading. We must embrace the idea that the library is more than a place for books. Play at the library seems so far from the libraries of yesteryear; but, trust me, it will be worth it. For more information, visit the Morgan County Library, 600 N. Hunter, in Versailles, call 573378-5319; or see the library’s website at morgancountylibrary. org. Library hours are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday.

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Public Notices

TRUSTEE’S SALE IN RE: Jeffrey M. Tierney, Husband and Wife Tammy L. Tierney Trustee’s Sale: For default in payment of debt and performance of obligation secured by Deed of Trust executed by Jeffrey M. Tierney, Husband and Wife Tammy L. Tierney dated March 19, 2008 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Morgan County, Missouri as Instrument No. 200800001802 the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said Note will on Friday, October 28, 2016 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., (at the specific time of 11:20 AM), at the North Front Door of the Court House, City of Versailles, County of Morgan, State of Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash the following described real estate, described in said Deed of Trust, and situated in Morgan County, State of Missouri, to wit: ALL OF LOTS TWENTY-FIVE (25), TWENTY-SIX (26) AND TWENTY-SEVEN (27) IN BLOCK SIX (6) OF EDGEDALE ADDITION TO THE CITY OF VERSAILLES, MORGAN COUNTY, MISSOURI, ACCORDING TO THE RECORDED PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1835 AT PAGE 44 IN THE OFFICE OF THE RECORDER OF DEEDS FOR MORGAN COUNTY, MISSOURI to satisfy said debt and cost. MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., Successor Trustee 612 Spirit Drive St. Louis, MO 63005 (636) 537-0110 File No: 175519.102816.361903 FC NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. PUBLISH ON: October 5, 2016 10/12/2016, 10/19/2016, 10/26/2016 10-05-16 to 10-26-16 -----------------------------------------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MORGAN COUNTY, MISSOURI PROBATE DIVISION THE HONORABLE KEVIN SCHEHR Judge In the Estate of IRENE J. EHLERS, Deceased ESTATE NO. 16MG-PR00086 NOTICE OF LETTERS GRANTED To all persons interested in the Estate of Irene J. Ehlers, Deceased: On October 14, 2016, the Last Will of decedent having been admitted to probate, Sharon K. Burns and Lynda Zurmiller were appointed Personal Representatives of the Estate of Irene J. Ehlers, deceased, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Morgan County, Missouri. The business addresses of the Personal Representatives are 1208 South Mildred, Sedalia, MO 65301 and P. O. Box 66, Versailles, MO 65084, respectively, and the Personal Representatives’ attorney is David Yarger, whose address is 104 South Fisher Street, Versailles, Missouri 65084, and whose telephone number is (573) 378-5344. All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served upon, such creditor by the personal representative, then within two months from the date it was mailed or served, whichever is later, or be forever barred to the fullest extent permissible by law. Such six-month period and such two-month period do not extend the limitation period that would bar claims one year after the decedent’s death, as provided in Section 473.444, R.S.Mo., or any other applicable limitation periods. Nothing in Section 473.033, R.S.Mo., shall be construed to bar any action against a decedent’s liability insurance carrier through a defendant ad litem pursuant to Section 537.021 R.S.Mo. Date of the decedent’s death was October 2, 2016. Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a beneficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person’s interest, if any, can be determined from the files and records of this estate in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Morgan County, Missouri. Date of first publication is October 19, 2016. /s/ Sue Ball Clerk of the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Morgan County, Missouri (Seal) 10-19-16 to 11-10-16 ------------------------------------------

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Moment of triumph

Stover soccer players, from left, Colton Johannes, Joe Viebrock, Brenden Bauer, Camren Worthley and Alex Haag celebrate after the Bulldogs defeated Fair Grove, 2-1, in a semifinal contest at the Stover Classic soccer tournament Saturday, Oct. 15 in Stover. (photo by Chris Johnson)

Bulldogs finish second in Classic The Stover soccer team fell to Green Ridge, 4-3, in overtime in the championship game of the Stover Classic Saturday, Oct. 15 in Stover. In the title match, the Bulldogs took an early 2-0 lead on a penalty kick goal by Brenden Bauer followed by a goal from Trey Dixon. Green Ridge tied the match at 2-2 before Bauer scored again on a rebound off a free kick by Colton Johannes for a 32 advantage. The Tigers tied the match again, scoring on a corner kick with about six minutes to play in regulation. Green Ridge then scored the winning goal late in the second overtime period for the tournament title. The Bulldogs thrashed Osage, 8-3, in their tournament opener Friday, Oct. 14. For the second time this season, Johannes scored five goals in a match. Quentin Riddell scored twice and Camren Worthley notched his sixth goal of the

season. Stover won the semifinal match against Fair Grove in dramatic fashion Saturday, Oct. 15. The two teams played to a 1-1 draw after 80 minutes. Ruben Rubio put the Bulldogs in front before the Eagles tied it. After a scoreless 20 minutes of overtime, the match went to a shootout. Brenden Bauer, Johannes, Riddell, and Worthley all scored for Stover and Kyle Stacey, Garrett Potter, Kamron Stacey and Noah Argenta all answered for Fair Grove for a 4-4 tie. Bulldogs goalkeeper Alex Haag scored on his kick and then dove to his right to stop the attempt by the Eagles Maicol Newkirk to give Stover a 5-4 win in the shootout. Fair Grove defeated Jefferson City, 1-0, in the third-place match. Fifth-place went to Cole Camp, which blanked Smithton, 4-0, and Calvary Lutheran shut

Fair Grove’s Ryan Padgett, left, and Stover’s Charlie Black play for control of the soccer ball during the second half of their match Saturday, Oct. 15 in the Stover Classic tournament in Stover. Camren Worthley, middle, of the Bulldogs watches the action. The Bulldogs won the match, 2-1, by virtue of a 5-4 win in a shootout. out Osage, 3-0, in the seventh(photo by Chris Johnson) place match. The Bulldogs lost to Green Ridge, 2-1, in a shootout Tuesday, Oct. 11 in Stover. The Tigers scored the first goal of the match and Worthley tied it for Stover with an assist from Johannes. Green Ridge out shot Stover, 3-1, in the shootout to take the match. Haag finished with 17 saves. Stover dropped a 3-2 decision against Crocker Monday, Oct. 10 in Crocker. Johannes beat a defender around the corner and scored the first goal for the Bulldogs. Brenden Bauer scored the other goal on a header off a corner kick by Johannes. Haag had 16 saves. “His punts and kicks helped push our offense,” coach Jared Bellis said of Haag’s The seven seniors on the Stover volleyball team were recognized prior to the Lady performance. “Trey Dixon played Bulldogs match versus Green Ridge Thursday, Oct. 13 at the high school gym. Playing his best game of the season. He in the final regular season match of their careers were, from left, Ashley Schroder, was instrumental on long throws Leanna Baker, Morgan Iman, Lacey Buck, Shelby Jackson, Kayla Nolting and Matty and did a great job on defense as Hinck. Standing beside Hinck is team manager Ethan Callahan, also a senior. (photo by Chris Johnson) well.”

Junior high soccer Bulldogs awarded third seed for conference tournament The Stover junior high soccer team wraps up their season at the Kaysinger Conference tournament Monday, Oct. 17 through Wednesday, Oct. 19 in Smithton. The Bulldogs received the third seed and played La Monte in a first-round game Monday. The winner advanced to the semifinal Tuesday against second seed Green Ridge. The third-place match is scheduled 5 p.m. Wednesday and the firstplace match is set for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Bulldogs defeated Cole Camp, 2-0, Thursday, Oct. 13 at Stover. Hunter Wolfe gave Stover a 10 lead when he beat the keeper on a hard hit ground ball toward the right side. Josh Denman put in an insurance goal with 15 minutes left in the game when he took a free kick from outside the box and into the top corner on the far post. “We had a much better

showing than the first time around and I feel like it was a good confidence builder leading into the conference tournament,” coach Chris Witte said. Stover and Green Ridge played to a 0-0 tie Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Stover. Both teams had scoring chances. For the Bulldogs, Matthew Iman hit a hard shot that the Tigers goalkeeper bobbled, but nobody from Stover crashed the backside to finish the loose ball. Coby Starke had a near miss when he took a Wolfe corner kick and drilled the ball off the crossbar, and Green Ridge managed to clear it away. The Tigers had a scoring opportunity on an indirect free kick inside the Stover penalty box in the first half. The Bulldogs were penalized when goalkeeper Madison Mosher handled a ball passed backwards. The Tigers were given a free kick 10 yards in front of the goal, but the Stover wall was able to block the shot.

Stover junior high volleyball finishes season at tournament

The season came to a close for the Stover junior high volleyball team at the Kaysinger Conference tournament Friday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 15 in Smithton. The Lady Bulldogs opened the tournament with a victory against Northwest Friday. That win sent them against number

one seed Sacred Heart and the Gremlins won the match, 2-1. Stover then lost to Cole Camp in the consolation bracket Saturday. Heart defeated Sacred Smithton to win the tournament title. Green Ridge won the thirdpace match against Lincoln.

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Mosher recorded the shutout for the Bulldogs. “We played pretty well, with the majority of the game on the Green Ridge side of the field, but we just couldn’t find a way to score,” Witte said. Stover played to a 1-1 tie versus Cole Camp Tuesday, Oct. 4 at Cole Camp. After a scoreless first half, the Bluebirds took the lead when the Bulldogs misplayed the ball back to the goalkeeper and Cole Camp corralled the loose ball and scored. Stover tied the match three minutes later when Jason Winters scored off a corner kick by Wolfe. “We struggled to get into any sort of rhythm,” Witte said. “The wind played a significant role throughout the game. In the first half it was at our back, and we struggled keeping the ball in play. In the second half we did a better job keeping the ball down and keeping possession.”

Lady Bulldogs drop regular season finale The Green Ridge Lady Tigers spoiled senior night for the Stover volleyball team with a 20 Kaysinger Conference victory Thursday, Oct. 13 in Stover. Green Ridge won by set scores of 25-10 and 25-22. For the Lady Bulldogs, Shelby Jackson had 12 kills, Ashley Schroder had four kills and Lacey Buck had 15 assists. The seven seniors on the team, Leanna Baker, Lacey Buck, Matty Hinck, Morgan Iman, Shelby Jackson, Kayla Nolting, and Ashley Schroder were recognized for their accomplishments during their careers before the match. Coach Micah Uptegrove said it was a rough night, “With it being senior night, we let our emotions get away from us and had a hard time focusing on the task at hand. I’m proud of all

my girls and looking forward to districts.” The Lady Bulldogs finish conference play with a 7-3 record and took a 12-12-4 overall record into district play. Stover posted a 2-0 victory against Lincoln in a conference match Tuesday, Oct. 11 in Lincoln. Set scores were 25-13 and 25-23. Baker had five service aces. Jackson and Schroder had four kills each. Buck had six assists. “We played a little sluggish but have played a lot in the last four days and have been playing very good and hope we continue to play hard as districts approach,” Uptegrove said. Stover won the junior varsity match, 25-20 and 25-17. The Lady Bulldogs started last week with a 2-0 victory Monday,

Oct. 10 at Versailles. Stover won by set scores of 25-18 and 2523. Versailles took the lead early in the first set, but the Lady Bulldogs rallied and forged a three-point lead before the Lady Tigers pulled to within one, 1918. Stover then scored three straight points to expand their lead to four and won the match on a kill by Jackson. In the second set, Stover jumped out to a 9-4 lead and led 22-13 before Versailles stormed back and tied the match at 23-all. The Lady Bulldogs scored the last two points for the win with a block by Jackson clinching the match. Jackson led Stover with seven kills and two service aces. Iman had five kills and Schroder had four kills. Buck had 13 assists.

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McCutcheon honored, Letterman-Koehn new agent Joan Kelley of Gravois Mills, right, stands beside her daughter, Laura, at the Women’s Triathlon event this past September in Olathe, Kan. They are holding a photo taken July 2014 after they competed together in Joan’s first triathlon in Warsaw. (submitted photo)

Dist. 58 Rep. David Wood, from left, presents Morgan County License Office agent Karen McCutcheon with a proclamation from the Missouri House of Representatives as well as a proclamation from the Missouri Senate (on behalf of Sen. Mike Kehoe), in recognition of her 11 years of service. Incoming agent Tiffany Letterman-Koehn looks on at a public “goodbye/hello” reception Thursday, Oct. 13 at the Morgan County License Office in Versailles. In a lighter moment, Letterman-Koehn and McCutcheon pose in front of the driver license “blue screen.” (photos by Bryan E. Jones)

Bit by the triathlon bug Stover fire board to upgrade firefighter boots Joan Kelley credits her daughter, Laura Kelley Campos, for her interest in triathlons and has completed at least one each year since 2014 with plans to do more in the future. “She did one when she was in college in Seattle,” said the Gravois Mills resident. “She moved to Kansas City and was talking about doing another one. I thought maybe I can do that, too. I’ve been active most of my life and try to stay healthy and was doing my elliptical machine and Tae Bo and stuff like that. I started running when I was 59 and I’ve always loved to bike, so I thought if I can learn to swim maybe I can do one. So, at the age of 62, I started trying to swim.” Kelley went to the Westside Aquatic Center in Laurie and learned the front crawl stroke and practiced as much as she could. In July 2014, at age 63, Kelley completed her first triathlon in Warsaw. Laura was also entered in the event. “I finished it and I actually won first place for my age because I was the oldest female, in fact I was older than all the men,” Joan said. “But I got bit by the bug, the tri bug.” Kelley and her daughter competed together in a triathlon in Shawnee Mission, Kan. in July 2015 and Kelley also did

a triathlon in McPherson, Kan. later that summer. This past September she and Laura were in the women’s triathlon in Olathe, Kan. Kelley completed the event 1:49:28. Most triathlons consist of a 5,000-meter run, swimming either a third of a mile or half a mile and the bicycle rides can range from nine miles to 17 miles, depending on the route and the surrounding terrain. “Swimming was my weakest one, but now I feel like I need to work on running. I’d like to get my running up a little bit faster,” Kelley said, adding, “I feel like now I’m more at the intermediate level. I’m trying to get to the more competitive level.” Kelley is a family nurse practitioner at a clinic in Warsaw and puts in long days. She says training for and competing in triathlons helps to relive some stress. She plans to enter four triathlons in 2017. Beyond that, “I hope to be doing what I’m doing as a nurse practitioner for at least two more years and I hope to be doing this (triathlons) into my 80s.” She can add one more event to her triathlon schedule next year. Kelley recently received an invitation to the USA Age Group National Championship next August in Omaha, Neb.

The Stover Rural Fire Protection District board Monday, Oct. 17 voted to purchase new bunker boots for all district firefighters. The decision arose from a memorandum Fire Chief Jim Witte forwarded from Assistant Fire Chief Paul Harrison, with the endorsement of Deputy Chief Bruce Berg. The memo recommended 14inch high Knockdown Elite bunker boots, costing $290 per pair, including custom fitting and delivery, to replace the standard-issue rubber boots the district currently uses at structure fires. Witte said the Knockdown boots provide better ankle support and toe protection; are lighter, more comfortable, and hazmat certified; and comply with National Fire Protection Association standards. Their insoles also pull out to be dried after filling with water. Meantime, the rubber boots, costing $123 per pair, are uncomfortable, provide little insulation during cold weather, cause blisters when worn a long time, and leak water. The total cost for 27 pairs of the boots would be $7,830. After applying proceeds from recent fundraisers as Witte suggested, the cost from the district’s budget would be approxiamtely $3,500. The board discussed whether it would be best to wait until tax revenue picks up at the end of the year. Witte said he thought it would take several weeks to

schedule and complete the fitting for boot sizes and to submit the order. By the time the bill arrived, he said, it should come out of next year’s budget. Responding to a suggestion that the district buy boots first for the personnel who respond to the most fires, Witte said he would prefer to buy either the same boots for everybody or none at all. Treasurer Larry Witte moved to proceed with fitting and ordering the boots, on the assumption the bill would be due after tax revenue starts coming in. The motion passed. Chief’s report Jim Witte reported the district responded to nine calls during September. This brought the total number of calls so far in 2016 to 87. At the same point in 2015, there had also been 87 calls. Last month’s calls included one natural cover fire, four motor vehicle crashes, three medical emergencies, and one fire

alarm sounding that proved to be a false alarm. Witte noted a training session regularly scheduled Monday, Sept. 5 was canceled due to the Labor Day holiday. There were 18 personnel who participated in a training session Monday, Sept. 19 at the district headquarters in Stover. The firefighters conducted an annual fire drill and inspection at the Golden Age Living Center. An unannounced fire alarm was pulled, and residents were evacuated within an acceptable time. Other business Larry Witte reported during the last month the district had total receipts of $959.24, including $600 from an insurance company for investigating an accident scene, and total expenditures of $2,467.11. District account balances were $10,116.82 in checking, $40,156.38 in a money market, and $10,268.08 in a CD. Witte said an insurance bill for $8,802

was due in early November. Jim Witte reported the concrete work for the new garage bay at Fire Station 2 was nearly complete. Construction of the building could begin as early as Thursday, Dec. 1. Witte said the furnace in storage had a cracked combustion chamber, so cannot be used in the Station 2 addition. It is apparently kept for spare parts. Witte said the deadline to submit the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) grant was a week away, but he needed a copy of this year’s budget to complete the application. Larry Witte furnished a copy of the budget. Jim Witte updated the board about painting the new diesel generator the district acquired from the MDC. He said sanding was done and painting would begin as soon as time permits. The next Stover fire board meeting is scheduled 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 14 at the district office in Stover.

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Kathleen Stolt of Versailles joined The Morgan County Press Monday, Oct. 17 as a production/design specialist. Raised on a ranch in Big Horn County, Mont., Stolt worked 10

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years at weekly newspapers in south-central Montana. She started as a front desk clerk and worked her way up to advertising manager, winning two awards from the Montana Newspaper Association for promotional layouts. After leaving the newspaper, Stolt went into education, becoming the director of Even Start, a federal grant-funded program for young parents affiliated with Head Start, based on the Crow Reservation near Billings, Mont. During her time at Even Start, Stolt helped 35 parents as young as age 13. One of her first-year graduates went on to receive a $40,000 scholarship to Montana State University. Family connections brought Stolt to Versailles. “I came down two years ago to help take care of my mother during her last months,� she said, “and then my youngest son and

his family moved to Versailles. “I just stayed, and now I have an opportunity to be creative in a field that I really like: journalism.� Stolt has an associate’s degree in business management from Montana State University in Billings, Mont. She has three sons and a daughter. Oldest son Travis is an awardwinning contractor in the state of California. Jake has served as president of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association Young Leaders program. Youngest son Nate, who lives in Versailles, is a diesel mechanic, certified welder, and heavy equipment operator. Daughter Jessica works as the financial director for the housing authority on the Crow Reservation near Billings, Mont. Stolt also has seven grandchildren, all younger than age 5.

Carol Miles, standing, calls numbers during a bingo game after the senior tax dinner Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Stover United Methodist Church. (photo by R. D. Fish)

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One student tried for a record number of grandparents joining her for lunch at fifthand sixth-grade grandparents day Thursday, Oct. 13 in the Morgan County R-I School cafeteria in Stover. Sharing a carry-in lunch of Subway sandwiches are, from left, Lyman Moore and Helen Nash of Gravois Mills, sixth-grade student Gracen Clark, Kathy Jones of Versailles, and Kim and Ken Decker of Versailles. (photo by R. D. Fish)

Valeta Kipp, from left, Marietta Hinck, and Ardella Nolting wash down their meal with friendly conversation during the senior tax dinner Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Stover United Methodist Church. (photo by R. D. Fish)

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Pipistrelle Press, LLC, will not accept advertisements for the following: adoption; work-at-home business opportunities and investments that do not disclose the type of business, and/or the amount of investment required, ads promoting large salaries or commissions; ads for dating services; employment or and equipment through listing publications; bad credit repair/fix credit or similar programs; debt; loan consolidation; diet pills; cruises; scholarships/grants; ads that request money to be sent through the mail; ads not in compliance with state or federal regulations; ads in poor taste, offensive, misleading or deceptive; 1-900 telephone numbers.

PO Box 348, Versailles, MO 65084 573-378-5441 -Fax 573-378-4292 leader-statesman.com • morgancountypress.com

Place your ad today for just $6.00 for first 20 words and 30¢ per word thereafter. Add a photo for $5.00! We accept credit and debit cards. Deadline to place a classified word ad is noon Monday.

Roast Beef

Advertising Policy

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Reg. $ 69

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FREE Refreshm ents

equal value or less (Excludes Sunbelt, Little Debbie and Beef Stix & Jerky)

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– NEED HELP getting a vehicle? We offer in-house financing for cars, trucks and vans, 573-3726444. (MP-06-18-15-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––––– IN-HOUSE FINANCING. We finance anyone. Good selection of cars, trucks and SUVs at Stauffer Auto, 573-569-2845. (MP-04-28-16-tfn) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

–––––––––––––––––––––––– WANT TO BUY BOATS for repair or salvage. Let us know what you have and what you want. 816-616-2904. (MP-1020-11-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––

Automobiles

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FARMALL A, four new tires, sickle bar mower, runs good. $1,800. 573-378-0729. (MP-1020-16-1t*) FARMALL H, good tires, 3-pt. RVs/Campers 04 –––––––––––––––––––––––– hitch, $1,400. 573-378-0729. –––––––––––––––––––––––– (MP-10-20-16-1t*) 1998 JAYCO EAGLE RV 5th –––––––––––––––––––––––– wheel, 26 ft., one slide, $4,900. 573-377-6496. (MP-10-20-162t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––

Farm Equip.

1998 DODGE VAN, 72,000 miles, cloth seats, everything works. Or trade for 3/4-ton pickup. 573-378-0729. (MP-1020-16-1t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– BROWN EGG LAYING HENS, 573-378-4447. (MP-10-20-16-1t) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

–––––––––––––––––––––––– FREE DOG & DOGHOUSE, part beagle, other unknown. Her name is Ginger and she has been spayed. She is 8 yrs. 573789-3630. (MP-10-20-16-2t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– 2016 16-FT BUMPER hitch trailer, $1,800, like new. 573378-0729. (MP-10-20-16-1t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

15HP MITSIBISHI DIESEL with brand new Bushhog board tiller, $3,100 obo. 573-378-0729. (MP10-20-16-1t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

Your #1 Gardenin g Source!

Versailles Location Only

Pets

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Protect your fall crops from freezing temperatures by putting row cover or frost protection blankets over them! Sizes start at 7’ wide x 100’ long and are available in varying degrees of thickness.

NATIONAL Morgan County Seeds LLC

Prices Good: Oct. 19-Oct. 25

BRANDS

For all your premium meat special orders

call “The Meat Specialists” at 573-378-SAVE

Hwy. 52 East • Versailles • 573-378-SAVE

Open Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-7 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

YOUR FAVORITE

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BRANDS

FWFSZEBZ

IN-STORE EVERY DAY

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east to Kelsay Rd., 1.3 miles north on Kelsay Rd. or 1 mile past the Dutch Country Store. www.morgancountyseeds.com

Community outreaCh event October 27, 2016 • 3 - 6 p.m.

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18761 Kelsay Rd. • Barnett • 573-378-2655

Open Monday through Saturday 8 a.m.-6 p.m. From Versailles, take Hwy. 52 east to Hwy. C,

1101 W. Clay • Versailles

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Prices good Wednesday, October 19th through Tuesday, October 25th

Do you have questions about Long Term Care? Do you have questions about the Affordable Care Act? Do you have general questions about Medicare? We will have licensed insurance professionals on site to answer any questions you may have.

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Please contact April Zordel at 573-378-5411 for more information.

Laurie Marine & Sporting Goods Why spend $1,800 for a carbon bow when you can buy one with a Martin Stratos carbon riser for $477?

Come see us for all your outdoor sporting equipment! Archery Supplies • Shooting Range Trap & Skeet Range • Skeet Supplies Guns & Ammo • Hard-to-find Ammo COUPON • COUPON • COUPON • COUPON

Arrows & Bows 10% OFF w/coupon

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1 Hour FREE Lane Time w/coupon

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THE VERSATILE CARBON BOW THAT LASTS A LIFETIME Remarkable MaxAdapt cam system that is progressive at lower draw weights Revolutionary NoPress Adjuster Limb Weight System allows pressfree maintenance and maximizes draw weight adjustability Natural thermal insulation for cold weather hunts All-new featherweight carbon riser is ideal for long hauls through the woods

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All real estate advertised here in is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference or 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. ––––––––––––––––––––––––

BENTON’S SELF STORAGE, climate controlled, new facility open, west Highway 52, RV/boat/business/personal sizes, call Greg, 573434-2144. (MP-06-19-14-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– STORAGE. Versailles Stor-

age Centre. Lots of sizes with electric, including contractor units. Across from Casey's, Hwy. 52 in Versailles. Wayne and Jacquie Brewer, call 573378-8757 or 573-378-6757. (MP-12-17-09-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– STORAGE! Benton’s Self Storage. Business or household. Newer/clean facility. Variety of sizes. Call Greg, West Highway 52, Versailles, 573-434-2144. (MP-02-07-13tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– 1 & 2 BEDROOM apartments now available, Stover Estates. HUD vouchers accepted, rent based on income, 573-3772222. (MP-05-09-13-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– ONE BEDROOM apartments accepting applications, Versailles Estates. HUD vouchers accepted, rent based on income, 573-378-7060. (MP-05-09-13-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– 2 & 3 BEDROOM apartments accepting applications, Missouri Avenue Apartments.

DICK HUTCHISON AUCTION & REAL ESTATE • We have a tractor loader & hot pressure washer to clean your items. • We have an extensive mailing list, offer Internet bidding & accept credit cards. • We also have a drone helicopter to take aeriel photos of your property. We charge no buyers premiums or fees. What you bid is what you pay! Though we sell all types of items including farm sales, machinery, household and antiques, we specialize in selling real estate at auction.

For all your auction needs call: 573-378-8822

Upcoming Sales Former Eldenburg Farm Auction 2 Home 158 Acres on 135 South of Florence ..........................................Saturday, Oct. 22 • 10 a.m. 550 Acres on Gasconade River in Pulaski Cty....................... Nov. 5 W.D. and Polly Hunter Auction Tractors, Equipment & Household .....................Sat., Nov. 12 • 1 p.m Jacob Craybill Sale - House & 11 acres just west of Fortuna Cattle & equipment............................................ Saturday, Nov. 19

HUD vouchers accepted, rent based on income, 573-3784820. (MP-05-09-13-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– BLUE DOOR STORAGE, reasonable prices, 10x20, 6x10, call 573-789-3587. (MP-09-0513-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– TWO-BEDROOM MOBILE in country park, Versailles, 573-378-6311. (MP-09-01-16tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– TWO BEDROOM apartment in Versailles, no pets. 573480-3015. (MP-09-29-16-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––– FOR RENT: T WO BED ROOM house in Versailles. Central heat & air, attached garage. $450 mo. and $450 security deposit. Application w/references. 573-378-4919. (MP-10-20-16-1t*) –––––––––––––––––––––– FOR RENT: SMALL STUDIO house in Versailles, approximately 12’ x 26’. Living room, bedroom, and kitchen are all one room. Small shed, fenced yard. $300 mo. and $300 security deposit. Application

w/references. 573-378-4919. any advertising for real estate (MP-10-20-16-1t*) which is in violation of the –––––––––––––––––––––– law. All persons are hereby –––––––––––––––––––––––– informed that all dwellings Real Estate 12 advertised are available on –––––––––––––––––––––––– an equal opportunity basis. All real estate advertised –––––––––––––––––––––––– here in is subject to the Fed- LAKE HOME FOR SALE, eral Fair Housing Act, which 1,200 sq. ft., three-well dock makes it illegal to advertise with decks and entertaining any preference, limitation area, maintenance-free sidor discrimination based on ing, metal roof, 100 ft. lake race, color, religion, sex, front. Call for appointment to handicap, familial status, or see, 573-789-0029. (MP-10national origin, or intention 13-16-4t) to make any such preference –––––––––––––––––––––– or limitation or discrimination. LAND FOR SALE, 250 We will not knowingly accept acres, approximately 5/8

Missouri Press, INC. Service OLEAN LIVESTOCK MARKET

HELP WANTED Someone with farm or chainsaw experience. Openings in the Laurie, Stover and Tipton areas. If interested please call Hentges Tree Service at 573-893-2896.

P.O. Box802 14 • Locust MO 65026 P.O. BOX 14 •Eldon, Eldon, US Hwy 54 • North 1/2 mi.MO onMissouri State Rt. FF Columbia, 65201 (573)54 392-4138 • Fax (573) 392-0224 USOffice Highway - North 1/2 mile on State Rt. FF PHONE - 573-449-4167 SALE EVERY 12 NOON OFFICE: FRIDAY 573-392-4138 FAX - 573-874-5894 Your Locally Owned & Operated Livestock Market FAX: 573-392-0224 Serving Farmers & Cattlemen for over 40 Years Sale Every Friday - 12:00 noon

Your Locally Owned & Operated Livestock Market Serving Farmers & Cattlemen for Over 40 Years SPECIAL COW SALE

Stover Morgan Co. Press

1ST FRIDAY EACH MONTH IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE REGULAR FEEDER SALE

SPECIAL FEEDER CATTLE SALE Ad OF Code: HentgesSeptember SPECIAL FEEDER CATTLE 2nd FRIDAY EACH MONTH SALE FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH WE HAVE2ND 5 PACKER BUYERS PRESENT EVERY WEEK Ad Size: 1x1.5 IF WE YOU HAVE ANY CATTLE TO SELL BE SURE TO CALL THE NUMBERS BELOW HAVE 5 PACKER BUYERS PRESENT EVERY WEEK CATTLE AREHAVE RECEIVED THE THURSDAY BEFORE REGULAR FRIDAYTHE SALE IF YOU ANYONCATTLE TO SELL BEEACH SURE TO CALL WE HAVEBELOW. 38 FEED/WATER PENSRECEIVED FOR EARLY ARRIVALS NUMBERS CATTLE ARE ON THURSDAY BEFORE EACH REGULAR FRIDAY SALE For Information Regarding Trucking Arrangements & Consignments WE HAVE 38 FEED/WATER FOR EARLY ARRIVALS Call Sale BarnPENS @ 573-392-4138

Public Auction

Saturday • October 22, 2016 • 10 a.m.

Steve Dubbert Auction & Community Building 72320 Weber Street, Fortuna MO Turn east on Weber Street in Fortuna, then straight 2 blocks

H Lots of Nice furniture, including bedroom set & Lazy Boy recliner couch H Native American Pictures & statues H Sewing items, including sewing machines H Wagon load of tools H Household items & antiques

For Information Regarding Trucking Arrangements & Consignments Mark Atkinson @ 573-280-7920 Steve Dubbert @ 573-338-2060 Sale Barn @ 573-392-4138 Don BledsoeCall @ 573-280-0749 Ronnie Houston @ 573-280-7282 Chris Bledsoe @ 573-280-0206 Harold Houston @ 573-280-5505 Mark Atkinson@573-280-7920 Steve Dubbert@573-338-2060 Cody Bledsoe @ 573-286-2979 Todd Lawson @ 573-280-4583 Chris Bledsoe@573-280-0206 Harold Houston@573-280-5505 Cody Bledsoe@573-286-2979

REGULAR SALE

View our Auctions At: www.Imaauctions.com

FRIDAY, OCT. 21, @12 NOON ‘LIKE’ US2016, ONSTARTING FACEBOOK

NEWSPECIAL DAY GENETICS SPECIAL FEEDER SALE BULL & SHO-ME SELECT BRED HEIFER SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2015@6 P.M. FRIDAY, OCT. 21, 2016, STARTING

STARTING @ 12:00 NOON EARLY CONSIGNMENTS EARLY CONSIGNMENTS 35 to 40 Sim Angus & Balancer Bulls

Our Facebook page Or

www.auctionzip.com Owner: Jewell Price, Centertown For more information, contact Auctioneers Steve Dubbert - 573-338-2060 Dave Orscheln - 573-230-9641

150-Mixed 25 Strs & Sho-Me Hfrs; 500 toBred 650 Heifers lbs; Vaccinated to 35 Select 40-Black Strs & Hfrs; WEaned 30 Days; Vaccinated REGULAR BRED COW &Strs; BULL 45-Holstein 800SALE lbs. TO FOLLOW NEW DAY GENETICS SALE 60-Black Strs & Hfrs; 450 to 550 lbs; Weaned & Vaccinated 20-Mixed 700 to 750 lbs. EARLYStrs; CONSIGNMENTS 35 Blk Cows; 3 to 7 yrs1000 old; 1st & 3rd Periods Expecting Head OTHER CONSIGNMENTS Pending PENDING CALL FOR INFORMATION ONwith ADDITIONAL CONSIGNMENTS 60 Mixed Cows 25 to 30 Calves

Steve Dubbert is a licenced real estate agent & auctioneer.

FOR SALE 20090 Hwy. W • Versailles

Approximately 105 Acres • 80 Acres Pasture 3600 sq. ft. Home • HUGE Shed

Ronnie Houston@573-280-7282

VIEW OUR AUCTIONS AT www.lmaauctions.com - Like us on Facebook Don Bledsoe@573-280-0749 Todd Lawson@573-280-4583

See full auction listing & pictures on

FARM

woods, 3/8 open. Average fences, large spring hollow that never goes dry, good pastures, lots of wildlife. $1,700 per acre ($425,000). 573-377-4253 or 573-5695331. (MP-10-13-16-4t) –––––––––––––––––––––– FOR SALE: EIGHT ACRES south of Otterville, joins Flat Creek and Conservation. Has well and electric, good hunting/fishing, $65,000. Might consider offer. Call 660298-3444, leave message. (MP-10-13-16-2t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––

ESTATE AUCTION 7284 Hwy. 135, Florence, MO In order ot settle the estate, we will sell the following described real estate, equipment & household items at public auction located: From the Junction of 50 & 135 Highways (Between Sedalia & Tipton), head south on Highway 135 9.0 miles to the sale location on the right. Watch for sale signs on:

Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 @ 10 a.m. 2 Homes & Outbuildings on 158 Acres M/L HOME #1: The primary home on the property is a brick ranch style 3 bedroom on a full unfinished basement. In addition to the bedrooms, the home has 3.5 bathrooms, a big living room, an eat-in kitchen, large family room, and an office/bonus room that could serve as a 4th bedroom. The home has electric radiant heat in addition to a wood stove in the basement for heat. The home has a central air system that needs work, and is currently cooled by window air units. The home is serviced by a well & lagoon and is in the Stover School District. HOME #2: The second home is an older 3 bedroom 1 bath that will need some work, but has plenty of character. The home has hardwood floors throughout and offers a family room, formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, and a mud/ laundry room. The home was heated by a woodstove that was supplemented by baseboard heaters. The home is serviced by its own separate well and lagoon. OUTBUILDINGS: In addition to both homes, the property boasts a 72’x46’ Quonset hut, a 44’x66’ metal machine shed with concrete floors, water & electricity, and an older log cabin that has been converted into a barn. These buildings offer plenty of workspace as well as storage for machinery or hay, and add versatility to the property. ACREAGE: The 158 m/l acres lays right on Hwy 135 just south of Florence. The property boasts around 100 open acres that is partially terraced, and has over 1/2 mile of highway frontage. There are 2 small ponds on the property as well. TERMS: The property will sell absolute to the high bidder with court approval! We will require $20,000 down the day of the auction, with the balance due at closing to be held on or before Tuesday, November 22, 2016. Seller will provide an owner’s title policy, and the buyer will be responsible for any lender’s policy. Taxes prorated at closing, and the closing fee split 50/50. There are 2 small ponds on the property as well.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This is a Century Farm that has been in the Eldenburg family for over 100 years! The farm will sell as one tract with some crop ground and the balance in pasture and timber. This will be your opportunity, as properties like this are harder to find every day.

6 Bedro om Hom e 3 Car G arage Swimm ing Poo l Beautif ul Setti ng! This is a NICE PIECE OF PROPERTY

with a FANTASTIC HOME at a GREAT PRICE!

Call today to schedule your appointment for a viewing.

Barry Clark • 573-789-0029

TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT John Deere 70, wide front power steering Pickup bed trailer • Bush Hog 8’ 3pt blade Massey Ferguson 33 grain drill w/grass attachment 3pt bail carrier • Kuhn 5’ 3pt mower 14’ Bush hog brush hog (needs slip clutch) John Deer 145 4-bottom plow (16’s) Older Allis Chalmers tractor loader New Holland 245 rake (needs gear box) 2-Sets running gears CHUTE, TOOLS & MISC. Squeeze chute with For-Most 30 head gate Bumper jack • Acetylene torch set A-frame chain hoist • 2.5 ton Pallet jack Yamaha Grizzly 4x4 600cc ATV (doesn’t run) Old windmill with pump (needs blades) Fence stretcher • Pickup toolbox Bench vice • Air jack Homemade forge

TRAILER, TRUCKS & TRUCK PARTS Freightliner 85 cab over long frame, 300 Cummins (no title) 42’ flatbed King Pin trailer Dolly for semi duals 1993 Ford F-150 2WD, 5spd 302, 165K miles Eaton/Fuller 14613 semi transmission Lot misc. semi parts Lot semi tire chains Detroit series 60 motor (needs overhauled) HOUSEHOLD ITEMS King size bed • Corner shelf Bakers rack • Dining table w/3 chairs Knick-knack shelf • Wood desk Vintage table & chairs (50’s)

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: This will be a fun auction. If you are a fix-it-yourself guy, this is the auction for your. There will also be some scrap metal for scrappers. Please be on time as we do not have much to sell. See you Saturday the 22nd.

BE SURE TO VISIT FOR MORE PHOTOS & VIDEO

Owners: The Eldenburg Estate

Auctioneer: Dick Hutchison Auction & Real Estate L.L.C.

As always, No buyer’s premium or fees... (573) 378-8822 Cell • (660) 347-5656 Office • dickhutchisonauction@me.com What you bid is what you pay! Toby Brown (660) 473-6008 Sam Trelow (660) 287-1390 Seth Hutchison (660) 620-2571 Not responsible for accidents. Statements made day of sale take precedent over all printed material. The auctioneer and owner deem all above information to be reliable but make no guarantees either stated or implied.

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– NOW IN STOCK treated landscape timbers and railroad ties. Carpenter-Guenther Lumber Company, 201 N. Monroe, Versailles, 573-378-4433. (MP-0317-16-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––––– DOLL COLLECTION, 12 dolls altogether. Porcelain dolls $50 each, all for $250. Call 573-7893630. (MP-10-20-16-2t) –––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– MID-MO TURKEY SERVICE hiring experienced laborers for artificial insemination crews, paid vacations, 573-374-7080, leave message, will set up appointment. (MP-02-18-16-tfn) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

DRIVERS: AMAZING PAY package. Bonuses and great home time. Full/part-time, lots of miles, free life insurance, plus new equipment, CDL-A. 855765-3331. (MP-10-06-16-4t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– EXPERIENCED MECHANIC wanted. Looking for an experienced auto mechanic with diagnostic skills and alignment experience to fill a full-time position in Stover, MO. ASE certification desired but not mandatory. Pay is based on experience and will be discussed during interview. Call 660-287-4470 or 573-746-0544 to set up an interview. (MP-10-13-16-2t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– DEER PROCESSING, meat cutting experienced needed, call 573-378-8803. (MP-10-2016-3t) –––––––––––––––––––––––– HELP WANTED: TRUCK drivers to deliver Thanksgiving and Christmas items. Please apply at L.C. Fundraising Inc., 20884 Five Rd., Versailles, MO, four miles south of Versailles. (MP10-20-16-4t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

Brison Keith Blair, Feb. 21, driving while revoked/suspended, first offense, suspended imposition of sentence, two years probation, $118.50 costs, $25 County Law Enforcement Restitution Fund (C.L.E.R.F.), and operate a motor vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner, involving an accident, suspended imposition of sentence, two years probation, $118.50 costs, $25 C.L.E.R.F. Brison Keith Blair, Feb. 21, driving while intoxicated, drug intoxication, six months jail, suspended execution of sentence, two years probation, $118.50 costs, $145.70 recoupment, $300 C.L.E.R.F. Edward Zimbalist Griffin,

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Associate Circuit Court

Aug. 23, failed to equip vehicle with muffler, adequate muffler, properly attached muffler, $118.50 costs, $25 C.L.E.R.F., $106.50 fine. Bradley Allen Loethen, Aug. 13, failed to equip vehicle with muffler, adequate muffler, properly attached muffler, $70.50 costs, $204.50 fine. Jennifer Lynn Marsh, Aug. 5, operate vessel on lake without boating safety identification card, $93.50 costs, $31.50 fine, $25 C.L.E.R.F. Ismael Medrano, Nov. 9, 2015, owner operate motor vehicle without maintaining financial responsibility or operator who authorized another to operate motor vehicle without financial

660-647-5444 Market Report

Windsor Livestock Auction Market Report Oct. 12, 2016, 541 receipts, 16% cows. Compared to last week all classes of steers and heifers sold mostly steady. Weigh cows 2-3 lower. Steers Medium & Large Frame #1 400-500 lbs........ $128-$143 500-600 lbs........ $120-$139 600-700 lbs. ....... $115-$132 700-800 lbs........ $110-$125 Small Frame or Fleshy Steers & Bulls 400-700 lbs. ......... $80-$115 Heifers Medium & Large Frame #1 400-500 lbs....... $109-$130 500-600 lbs....... $105-$120 600-700 lbs. ...... $100-$120 700-800 lbs......... $95-$115 Small Frame or Fleshy Heifers 400-700 lbs. .........$80-$108

Weigh Cows Bulk............$48-$55 High Dressing.................$50-$65 Low Dressing .............. $40-Back Bulls Bulk........................$69-$82 www.windsorlivestockauction.com

Rodney Drenon 660-890-4898 Jake Drenon 660-441-7716 Blake Drenon 660-351-4887

southeast quarter of southeast quarter, section 27, and east half of northeast quarter, section 34, all of township 42, range 17. Martin W. and Patricia L. Regan to Martin Wayne Regan Jr. Trustee, southeast quarter of northeast quarter, section 13, township 41, range 18, two tracts. Martin W. and Patricia L. Regan to Martin Wayne Regan Jr. Trustee, southeast quarter of southeast quarter, and northeast quarter of southeast quarter, all of section 13, township 41, range 18. Martin W. and Patricia L. Regan to Martin Wayne Regan Jr. Trustee, northeast quarter of southeast quarter, section 13, township 41, range 18. Bank of Versailles to Charles Hibdon, Tammie Correa, south half of northeast quarter, section 35, township 40, range 19. William D. and Kathryn J. Burke to Justin L. and David L. Burke, north half of southeast quarter, section 15, township 43, range 18. Daniel and Carolyn Bailey to Rodney J. Sr. and Sherry R. Swan, lot 20, Ivy Bend Number One. Gilbert E. and June D. Stanley, Ruth A. Hall, Lori L. and Billy Whittle, Shane A., Arthur O., and Gilbert Matthew Stanley, Jessica Wilhelm-Stanley, Cliff Morey, Rita and Justin Vogt, Chad and Jennifer Everhart, Jessie and Eric Kennedy to Isaac J. Folsom, south half of southwest quarter, section 30, township 42, range 18, and southeast quarter of southeast quarter, and northwest quarter of southeast quarter, all of section 25, township 42, range 19. Mark and Esther Zimmerman

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Shonfelt to Donald S., Robert M., Scott M., and Margery A. Shonfelt, north half of northwest quarter, section 9, township 40, range 17, two tracts. William M. and Kathleen C. Orlick Trustees to Jennifer L. Pike, lot 4, White Oaks, also, 1/7 interest. Richard A. and Marna Sue Graves to Randy E. and Linda M. Schmidt, lots 6, 7, and 8, Triangle Coves Two. Kevin and Susan L. Douglas, Susan L. White to Shirley A. Root, lot 26, block 27, Versailles Original Town 6-165. Shirley A. Root to Susan L. Douglas, Susan L. White, lot 26, block 27, Versailles Original Town 6-165. Robert A. and Kay A. Schwiesow to Walter K. Jr. and Stacey L. Sinclair, southwest quarter of southeast quarter, section 2, township 41, range 17. James H. and Nancy J. Vines to James H. Vines Trustee, lot 1, Morgan Hills. James H. and Nancy J. Vines to James H. Vines Trustee, lot 20, Placid Point. Nancy J. and James C. Vines to James H. Vines Trustee, lots 17 and 18, Placid Point. James H. and Nancy J. Vines to James H. Vines Trustee, lots 14 and 15, Placid Point. James H. and Nancy J. Vines to James H. Vines Trustee, lot B, Placid Point. Andrew L. and Fay M. Hitchcock to Tonya S. Young, lots 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11, block 1, Versailles Original Town 6-165. Ann Walton and E. Stanley Kroenke, Nancy Walton and William Laurie to Harlan Ray and Sara A. Zimmerman Trustees, southwest quarter of southeast quarter, section 27, and

responsibility (motor vehicle required to be registered), $118.50 costs, $100 fine, $25 C.L.E.R.F., and exceeded posted speed limit (exceeded by 20-25 mph), $100 fine. Michael Alan Millsap, Aug. 13, failed to equip vehicle with muffler, adequate muffler, properly attached muffler, $70.50 costs, $154.50 fine.

David Van Pundt, driving while revoked/suspended, second or subsequent offense, $118.50 costs, $46.50 fine, $25 C.L.E.R.F. April Dawn Shackelford, June 13, domestic assault, third degree, first/second offense, suspended imposition of sentence, two years probation, $118.50 costs, $25 C.L.E.R.F.

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Morgan County Land Transfers

Kenkan LLC to Keith A. and Beverly J. Nixon Trustees, lot 15, Lucky Point Subdivision, also, 1/5 interest. Bentley G. and Henrietta L. Cox to Phillip A. Hess III, Christia L. Spencer-Hess, northwest quarter of northwest quarter, section 20, township 41, range 16. Ronald Dean and Aleta J. Broyles to Matthew J. and Sharlana K. Dinyer, lot 63, Minifarms Section Three Indian Creek Addition. John T. Jr. and Heather M. King to John T. Jr. and Heather M. King, southwest quarter of northeast quarter, section 26, township 40, range 17. John T. King Jr. Trustee to Fergus Properties LLC, lot B, Moore View Subdivision Replat L Five through Seven B Two. Janet F. Kelley to James Donald and Janet Kelley Wyatt, northwest quarter, section 17, township 40, range 18. Rand A. Bankovich to David and Laurie Schold, southwest quarter of northwest quarter, section 27, township 41, range 17. Fred J. and Esther Allison to Gregory John Allison Trustee, Fred and Esther Allison Trusts, building 1, unit 1A, Mill Creek Villas Phase One Building One and Two, and unit 1, Mill Creek Villas, Phase One, Garden Units One through Eight. Charles D. Shonfelt to Margery A. Shonfelt, southeast quarter of northeast quarter, section 14, township 40, range 17. Margery A., Donald S., Charles D., Robert M., and Stephanie Shonfelt to Donald S., Robert M., Scott M., and Margery Shonfelt, northeast quarter, section 8, and northwest quarter, section 9, and northeast quarter of northeast quarter, section 8, all of township 40, range 17. Margery A., Marge A., Charles D., Robert M., and Stephanie

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to James, Ann Mae, and Daniel Shirk, south half of northeast quarter of southeast quarter, and southeast quarter of southeast quarter, all of section 33, township 44, range 17. Stephen K. and Rebecca V. Bullard to Julie A., William D., and Joan E. Kidwell, lot 19, East View Heights. Charles Joseph Di Marco to Charles Joseph Di Marco Trustee, lot 11, Millstone Estates Number One. Diana P. Cable to Andrew E. and Inis L. Vernon, southwest quarter of southwest quarter, section 14, township 42, range 17. Karen and Michael McClure Trustees, Fern Nolting Family Trust to David Gene and Melanie Gay Marriott. Sandra J. Fink to Dan R. and Karen L. Libbert, southeast quarter of southeast quarter, section 8, township 41, range 16, two tracts. Jerry M. and Jeri L. Moreland Trustees, Constance J. Oller Trustee to Steve and Cinda Hudson, lot 1, Fisher’s Point, also, adjacent tract, and lot 10, Fisher’s Point, and lot 7, block 3, Easter Hollow.

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Charges filed Dustin G. Dunklee, Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney, announced Friday, Oct. 14 the following individuals were charged with crimes during the past month by the Morgan County Prosecutor’s Office: 1. Jonathan Campbell, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 2. Ricky W. Webb, charged with the Class C felony of attempted arson first degree, the Class C felony of domestic assault second degree and three Class C felony charges of endangering the welfare of a child. 3. Robert L. Yount, charged with the Class B felony of distribution of a controlled substance, the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance, two counts of the Class C felony of unlawful possession of a Firearm and the Class D felony of unlawful use of a weapon. 4. Allison Williams, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance and the class D felony of unlawful use of a weapon. 5. Brian D. Plemmons, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance and five counts of the Class C felony of endangering the welfare of a child. 6. Ronald W. Butts, charged with the Class B felony of driving while intoxicated, the Class D felony of resisting arrest and

the Class D felony of driving while revoked. 7. Marketae L. Vrons, charged with two counts of the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 8. Ann T. Palmer, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 9. Brandon L. J. Wood, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 10. Larry D. Morris, charged with the Class C felony of driving while intoxicated. 11. Ralph L. Whitten, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 12. Gregory P. Allen, charged with the Class C felony of abuse or neglect of a child. 13. Keith A. Miller, charged with the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. There were also 44 misdemeanor and/or infraction cases filed during the past month in Morgan County. The Prosecutor’s Office reminds everyone these charges are merely an accusation and these individuals remain innocent until proven guilty. Offenders sentenced Dunklee also announced that in Morgan County Circuit Court action Monday, Sept. 26 and Thursday, Oct. 13, the following offenders were sentenced to terms of imprisonment in the Department of Corrections: 1. Joseph A. Taylor IV, sen-

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– GARAGE SALES, Oct. 21 & 22, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., 407 & 407 Illinois, Stover. Lots of furniture, including large glass top table, other tables, rockers, desk, dressers, chairs. Small deep-freeze, lockers, assorted tools & fishing equipment. Lots of plus-size women’s clothing in tubs by sizes 18-30, professional clothing, dresses, and coats. Books and assorted items. (MP-10-13-162t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– MOVING SALE, Oct. 21 & 22, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Linens, household, pictures, exercise bike, motorcycle items & clothes, fishing poles, wooden closet, bar items, odds & ends. 406 N. Richardson, Versailles, 573-378-7306. (MP10-20-16-1t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– FRIDAY, 7 A.M.- 4 P.M., Saturday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Baby clothes, crib, toys, coats, lots of miscellaneous. Storage Buildings, 13639 Hwy 52, Versailles. (MP-10-2016-1t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– 13462 CHURCH RD., Versailles, Webb’s. Thursday & Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wringer washer, tools, material, linens, clothing men’s, women’s, 0-24 mo., boy’s and girl’s clothes, stroller, toys, housewares, pillows, tapes, books. (MP-10-20-16-1t*) –––––––––––––––––––––––– 408 E JACKSON, Versailles. Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., & Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon. Family clothes, games, furniture, miscellaneous. (MP-10-20-16-1t*) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

–––––––––––––––––––––––– SPEED QUEEN washers and dryers, and all major appliances now available six months same as cash. Call Pleasant Valley Quilts & Appliances, 573-3784447. (MP-10-20-16-2t) –––––––––––––––––––––––– ––––––––––––––––––––––––

Garage Sales

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–––––––––––––––––––––––– RELIABLE HANDYMAN. “No job too small.” Decks, tile, painting, trim, etc. Remodeling or new construction. Please contact T.J. Rowe, 573-372-5484 or 573286-5819. Insured/references. (MP-09-15-11-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––––– SLOAN LITTER SPREADING, poultry litter available, custom spreading, 10 years experience, Call Dennis, 660-337-6345, cell 573-378-8369, 14435 Akinsville Dr., Fortuna. (MP-08-21-14-tfn) –––––––––––––––––––––––– LEAF REMOVAL Tired of raking leaves? Let us do it for you. Give us a call, 573-569-1979, Kountry Kut Lawn Care. Leaf vacuuming, leaf blowing, mowing & trimming. (MP-10-06-16-tfn) ––––––––––––––––––––––––

as a prior and persistent felony offender. 5. Tony N. James, sentenced to seven years in the DOC for the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance, with preference for the 120-day Institutional Treatment Program. These cases were prosecuted by Dunklee and assistant prosecuting attorneys Douglas Kinde and Derik Kinde, through the efforts of Dunklee’s staff members and the professional investigations of all law enforcement agencies involved. Direct all questions to Dustin G. Dunklee, Morgan County Prosecuting Attorney.

tenced to five years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 2. Jason L. Carriger, sentenced to eight years in the DOC for the three counts of the unclassified felony of statutory sodomy first degree. 3. Cheyenne M.K. Bowers, sentenced to seven years in the DOC for the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. 4. Kristian D. Elley, sentenced to seven years in the DOC for the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance

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Fabulous View! beautiFul Home!

5 bedroom, 5 batH lakeFront Home in upscale subdiVision

Drop by and check out...

2 Floors of Furniture • Flexsteel, Lacrosse • Largo • Southerland Sofas • Recliners • Dining Room Tables Mattresses • Colonial Candles Wall Decor and Gifts

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Many styles & colors to choose from. Carpet, vinyl, tile, wood, laminate, lvt, ceramic tile, wall tile

Free Estimates • Expert Installers

Family Owned & Operated Since 1969 • Complete Satisfaction • Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-5, Sat. 9-1

Goetze Bros. Carpet & Furniture West Hwy. 52, Stover • www.goetzebros.com • 573-377-4523

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The Citizens Farmers Bank - Stover

Local Cravings

Restaurant Guide FOR A GOOD TIME CALL Mac’s at the Lake TATERHOGGZ For Great Food SWINE & SPIRITS

573-374-9900

Open Every Day 11-8 (Except Tuesday)

606 West 4th St. Stover, Missouri • 573-377-4272 / 660-668-4416

RESERVATIONS • CUSTOM CATERING PRIVATE PARTIES

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Wed.-Fri. 10-2 & 5-10 Sat & Sun. Noon ’til? (depending on business)

573-207-8462 • Laurie On O Road Next to the Theatre

Established 1989

113 Hwy. 135, Laurie Just west of 135 & 5 Jct.

Hwy. 5 • Gravois Mills

Open 7 Days a Week

Chances are, you’ll be back! Hwy. 5 • Laurie, MO 65038 573-374-8770

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17403 N. Hwy. 5 • Sunrise Beach

Hwy. 5 • Gravois Mills

816-786-2275

• Hand Dipped Ice Cream • Lunch Specials 102 E. Jasper • Versailles

100 E. Jasper St. • Versailles

Local Cravings Restaurant Guide.

MORGAN COUNTY

Large Party Catering Available

Sugar Mama’s The 5 Diner Bakery & Cafe

Let us help you serve up more customers! Be a part of our

A Button Ad is ONLY $5 A Banner Ad is ONLY $10

Air Fries

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ies, Brown pcakes, es, Cu Cooki mon Rolls, C i n na e r o l e s Cass & More!

ICE CREAM SHOP

Home of the

Dine-in or Carry-out Thursday Ribs Friday Smoked Meatloaf Catering Available

573-378-0815

Family Dining - “A Fun Place!”

Open Thurs.-Sat. 11 a.m. - 1 a.m.

Book Christmas Parties NOW!

CHANCES “R” Restaurant - Lounge

10-42 J & K Cafe & Bar & Que B a ke ry

573-372-8146

Open 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. 7 days a week

Daily Specials Breakfast ALL Day

BOARDMAN PIZZARIA 573-207-8285 We Use Chicago’s Fontanini Italian Sausage & Beef on our Pizza and Toasted Sandwiches

Call-in • Carry-out • Dine-in Wed.-Sat. 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Friday & Sat. 8 a.m.-9 pm.

25708 Hwy. 5 • Gravois Mills

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Bob Witte

Burkhart’s

For Business - Onsite Services Provided

“I do it all, call and ask!”

Representing Farmers Mutual of Cole Camp & Grinnell Mutual Insurance Companies

Rail & Screen

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday ~ 8 a.m.- 10 a.m. (or by appt.) Wednesday and Friday ~ 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

573-377-4894 or 573-746-1250

FREE Estimates

Your Heating & Cooling Expert 573-789-6693

211 W. Second St. • Stover

Armstrong Auto Service Check out our selection of American-Made Windows & Doors. Many are made in Missouri!

Come see the crew at Fajen Lumber for all your building needs!

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Bookkeeping Tax Services - Notary

burkhartaccounting@hotmail.com

Laurie, MO 573-372-8127

Insured Screen Doors, Windows, Screen Enclosures, Aluminum Hand Rails, Aluminum Fencing & Much more! Just Ask!

33756 Lake Trail Lane, Gravois Mills 573-569-2038 burkhart.1@hotmail.com 15 years experience

Central Missouri Building Inspections Providing professional home inspection services throughout the Lake of the Ozarks area

Shawn Stossmeister

General Manager 200 West Fourth St. (W) 573-377-2034

t e a r M i a r l e s h co c si

404 W. 2nd St. • Stover • 573-377-2514

Burkhart Accounting Cheryl Burkhart - Owner

stoss24@att.net Stover MO 65078 (C) 573-789-3030

Repair, Diagnostics, Maintenance & Inspection

hwy. 5 & tt Jct., Gravois Mills

573-372-5205

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John Fischer • 573-372-2340

30 years at this location! • All sizes crushed limestone • Decorative gravel

Open Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Residential • Commercial • Swimming Pools Radon / Mold Testing • Dock / Seawall Chris O’Connor / Mike Myers • 573-964-5888 www.lakeozarkinspections.com 32100 Ginger Road • Gravois Mills, MO 65037

Working hard for buyers & sellers in Versailles, Stover, and surrounding areas

at the Lake Ronette Edgar, Realtor cell - 573-378-9601 office - 573-374-3227

Give me a call today for all your Real Estate needs.

The highest compliment I can receive is the referral of friends and family. Thank you for your trust.

ronetteworksforyou@gmail.com • 147 S. Main St., Laurie, MO 65038 Each office independently owned and operated.

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