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Sydney Brink/Democrat Assistant Boy Scout Master Dale Hogan meets with Dustin Belsha, 11, and reviews the boy's progress in rank advancement. Dale Hogan, of Sedalia, has witnessed boys turning into men through leadership, community service, citizenship and camping. Hogan started working with the Boy Scouts of America about nine years ago, when his son Kinser joined Cub Scouts. “It was one of those deals where they needed leaders. Jim Schreiner said ‘It’s only going to take an hour a week and it won’t cost you any money,’ ” Hogan said. “I still laugh about that because I spend a lot more than an hour a week on it. I enjoy it though.” He liked Cub Scouts because the boys were excited about everything. “The Pinewood Derby was my favorite part of the Cub world — the dads and the boys building the cars,” he said. When Kinser crossed over to the Boy Scouts, Hogan continued on in a leadership capacity. He is now an assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 61 that meets at Christ and Trinity Lutheran Church. “He does a lot more handson with the younger kids. He has to keep track of where they’re at,” said Dale Soendker, another assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 61. Soendker works with the older boys, who are responsible for keeping track of themselves. Hogan thinks of himself as a cheerleader and motivator for the boys. Dustin Belsha, a Tenderfoot Scout, agrees. “He keeps us doing what we’re supposed to do, but he’s not strict about it. He’s not a dictator,” Dustin said. “To me the whole Scouting program is kind of like a game with a purpose,” Hogan said. “The game part of it is Scouting’s fun. Everything we do is based on keeping it fun because if it’s not, the boys don’t have to be there. They could do other things — football, video games, what have you. “The purpose is Scouting helps instill good values, good character traits and also helps to teach these young men citizenship, service, leadership and so many outdoor skills that they can use throughout their life.” His volunteering doesn’t stop with the troop. He also is the chapter advisor for the Sisilija Chapter of Order of the Arrow, advisor of Venture Crew 216 and associate lodge

advisor of the Nampa-Tsi Lodge. Order of the Arrow is the honor society of Boy Scouts. Boys must be a first class Scout, have 15 nights of camping under their belt and be recommended by the Scoutmaster. The boys do a variety of service projects but also plan a lot of activities where they can have fun. Hogan is proud that the Order of the Arrow has started a color guard. Craig Silvey came up with the idea and Joe Cochran from American Legion Post 642 Color Guard is mentoring the boys. Every month the OA Color Guard posts the colors at the Sedalia Dinner Club meeting. The Venture Crew is for older Scouts but isn’t limited to boys. “The highlight is that each year we take a high adventure trip. In 2010 we went to the Grand Canyon and took 32 people. Next year, we are getting everything lined up to go to Yellowstone, the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse,” Hogan said. He sees a lot of growth in the boys during these trips. On the Grand Canyon trip, they walked down a nine-mile trail filled with everything from rock slides to rattlesnakes. The temperature started off at 40 degrees and by the time they made it to the floor of the canyon it was 112. One boy came up and said, “Mr. Hogan, my legs hurt, my back hurts, I hurt all over. I just cannot go anymore. There’s no way I can hike out of here.” Hogan told him he was going to have to dig down deep to find the inner strength to help him climb out. That same boy was the first person to sign up for the trip to Yellowstone. “He was at the end of his rope at the Grand Canyon ... and now he’s looking forward to going to Yellowstone. That’s what makes this program worthwhile — to see these boys grow and just mature in so many different ways,” Hogan said. Though his son has achieved the rank of Eagle, the highest rank in Scouting, Hogan plans to stay involved. Since he recently retired from UPS, he spends about 20 hours a week on the different Scouting programs. “It’s really become a big part of my life,” he said.

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movies from the shelves soon. Is this true? -- Andrew R., via e-mail A: On Dec. 29, Universal is indeed pulling "Harry Potter" movies from the shelves -- right after the Christmas rush -- and offer them only on a sporadic basis, like Disney has done with its animated classics. If you can, I'd hold off on buying the eight-disc boxed set featuring years one through seven. It contains only the movie discs with no special features or extras. At the end of 2012, Universal plans to release a more comprehensive boxed set of all eight movies, with the extras and special treats we've all been waiting for. *** Q: I loved Sheldon's "Soft Kitty Song" on "The Big Bang Theory." My roommate told me I can buy the Soft Kitty stuffed animal. Please tell me this is true! -- Paula F., Youngstown, Ohio A: Just in time for Christmas, Stylin Online is offering the official Soft Kitty cat and T-shirt for all you "Big Bang" fans. The stuffed cat will sing you the "Soft Kitty Song" from the show, and it's available at


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Q: I loved seeing a different side of Bill Pullman in "Torchwood: Miracle Day." Where else can I see him? -- Betty T., via e-mail A: Bill is headlining TNT's Mystery Movie Night by starring in "Scott Turow's Innocent," which is the sequel to "Presumed Innocent," picking up the lives of Rusty and Barbra Sabich two decades later. The movie opens with Rusty being accused of murdering his wife, mirroring the accusation he was cleared of years before with his mistress. You can catch your favorite stars this winter in crime-novel adaptations of books by authors like Scott Turow, Mary Higgins Clark, Sandra Brown and more. While Bill himself is not a big television watcher, he loves the artistic opportunities it presents to actor and viewers, telling me: "I like the image of people on their sofas on a winter night just getting down with a good, compelling thriller. Makes me want to watch more television." Check your local listings for the date and time of each movie's airing during TNT's Mystery Movie Night series. And stop by for my entire interview with Bill. *** Q: What is the lovely Annabeth Gish up to lately? I loved her on "The X-Files." -- Gabrielle V., Portland, Ore. A: Annabeth is starring alongside Pierce Brosnan in A&E's miniseries "Bag of Bones," which is based on the Stephen King novel. In the miniseries, best-selling novelist Mike Noonan (Pierce) can't stop grieving after the death of his wife, Jo (Annabeth). A dream inspires him to return to the couple's lakeside retreat in western Maine. Of course, mysterious things are going to happen. Go to to read my full interview with Annabeth about her role in this series, which premieres Dec. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. *** Q: I was reading that Universal is going to pull the "Harry Potter"



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Can You Tell The Difference Between Cold And Flu?

NAPS)—You may have warm memories of staying home sick as a child: your mother making tea and caring for you while you stayed in bed for days. For your health, however, it’s best to put those cherished memories to bed. The flu is far more serious than a cold. It doesn’t matter how much chicken soup you eat, soup won’t treat the flu. Linda Davis-Alldritt, president of the National Association of School Nurses, explains how to recognize flu symptoms and prevent and treat the virus. Can you tell the difference between cold and flu? According to a survey, one in four Americans have trouble telling the difference between the two. “That’s a major problem when it comes to the flu. You need to know it’s not just a cold or allergies,” said Davis-Alldritt. “There is a great memory tool that everyone should learn to help them remember the specific symptoms of the flu. Think flu facts: F.A.C.T.S. stands for fever, aches, chills, tiredness and sudden onset.” How do you fight the flu? The flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 6 months of age and older get a flu vaccine. However, last year a substantial percent of Americans did not get a flu vaccine (57 percent). When the flu virus strikes, a cup of This leaves most people unprotect- soup won’t do. ed against the flu virus. “If you have flu symptoms such as a high fever and aches, it’s important to see your doctor quickly,” Davis-Alldritt explains. “There are prescription medicines that directly target the flu virus that might be able to help you.” Unlike a cold, there are prescription medicines for flu, so it is important to see your doctor at the first sign of flu symptoms. If you catch the flu, what should you do? If you do get sick with the flu, there are simple ways to stop the spread of germs. First, know that you are contagious, so avoid that hug or handshake. Wash your hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub. The virus can travel up to six feet every time a person with flu sneezes or coughs, so be sure to cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue. “Of course, visit your doctor quickly to see if it’s the flu,” Davis-Alldritt added. For more information, visit There you can check your symptoms, track the flu in the area and download a free “Fight the Flu” iPhone app.

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There is a lot to like about hunting, fishing Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2011

Sitting in a deer stand during the archery season leaves plenty of time to contemplate subjects of great personal importance. For example, I’ve been pondering what I like about the various types of hunting and fishing from which I derive both life and livelihood. It seems logical to begin with archery deer hunting. What I like about archery deer hunting is watching wildlife. An ardent bird watcher would turn green with envy if he or she knew how many different species of small birds I see from my deer stands. I also get to observe how squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, hawks, owls, coyotes, bobcats, deer and a host of other creatures react to other members of their own species, to members other species and to the environment. A lot of what I know about the natural world, I learned while seated in an archery deer stand. True, an occasional deer wanders within my self-imposed 30-yard maximum shooting range and instantly turns me from an observer of to a participant in the natural order. But since this only happens about one trip to the woods out of seven or eight, it isn’t a serious problem. What I like about firearms deer hunting is anticipation. I enjoy scouting and setting up stands at least as much as I do the actual hunt. In the past few years, I’ve learned how to get at least a little sleep the night before opening day, but I still get the tingles when I’m packing my gear. Unlike when I’m armed with a bow, my mind and my senses are focused entirely on deer when I have a rifle in my hands. An elephant could walk past my stand unnoticed. What I like about squirrel hunting is that it’s the ultimate challenge for a rifleman. The vital portion of a squirrel’s head is about the size of a quarter. Put that quarter among the leaves and twigs at the top of a tall oak tree, and you’ve got a target capable of testing anyone’s skill. What I like about rabbit hunting are beagles. Watching either one or a pack of

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the eager little hounds work to relocate a temporarily lost trail and listening to the joyous baying when noses are once again filled with the scent of bunny is pure fun all by itself. The fact that my rabbit guns, a bolt action .410 shotgun and a .22 semi-auto, were inherited from my father doesn’t hurt anything either. Turning to fishing, what I like about catfish angling is not knowing what’s biting until you set the hook. Is it a 6inch bullhead, a 6-pound channel cat or a 60-pound flathead or blue? There’s no sure way to tell until your line tightens. After that, telling the difference isn’t too difficult. What I like about crappie fishing is getting lots of bites. Don’t get me wrong, I like to catch keeper crappie. I can get hard to live with if I come home short of the limit very often. Catching crappie is fun whether they’re keepers or not, and you can usually count on short fish keeping you entertained even when the slabs won’t. What I like about bluegill fishing is fly rods. I know it’s both legal and acceptable to use any type of pole or rod and reel to fish for bluegills. Bluegills and fly rods were a match made in heaven. There’s one other thing I like about bluegills — eating them. What I like about trout fishing is trout will bite in the dead of winter and in the heat of summer when action on many other species slows. Trout live in beautiful settings, and you can wade into crystal clear water and cast to fish you can see. That’s fun! Now you’ll have to excuse me. It’s time to grab my rifle and head to the woods.

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Work At Home THE PLAINSMAN does not have the opportunity to fully investigate the credibility of each advertiser appearing within this section. If an offer sounds “too good to be true”, it probably is. Proceed with caution if you are asked to send money or to give a credit card number. Proceed with caution in calling 900 phone numbers. All phone numbers pre-fixed by “900” are charged to the CALLER. Charges may be assessed on a “per minute” rather than a “per call” basis. If you have concern about an advertiser, please contact: Better Business Bureau, 306 E. 12th Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64106, (816) 421-7800.


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The History Channel

• On Dec. 7, 1787, in Dover, Del., the U.S. Constitution is unanimously ratified by all 30 delegates to the Delaware Constitutional Convention, making Delaware the first state of the modern United States. Government under the U.S. Constitution took effect on March 4, 1789.


• On Dec. 10, 1901, the first Nobel Prizes are awarded in Stockholm, Sweden, on the fifth anniversary of the death of Alfred Nobel. Although Nobel offered no public reason for his creation of the prizes, it is believed that he did so out of moral regret over the lethal uses of his invention of dynamite and other explosives.

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• On Dec. 6, 1976, deaf professional stuntwoman Kitty O'Neil sets the land-speed record for female drivers at the Alvord Desert in southeastern Oregon, averaging more than 512 mph.

30x56x12 • 1 Walk Door • 3 10x10 Overhead 40x60x12 post frame • 4" con. Rebar • truss Doors • Solex on Roof, 4� Concrete with Rebar 4' o.c. • 5x5 post 8'o.c. • 3 10x10 overhead • Trusses & 5x5 Posts 8’ o.c. door's • 1 walk door • solex on roof custom size available

custom size available

• On Dec. 9, 1983, "Scarface," starring Al Pacino as a Cuban refugee who becomes a Miami drug lord, opens in theaters. The film, written by Oliver Stone and directed by Brian De Palma, initially received unfavorable reviews but is now considered a classic.

14,500 with tax & labor $20,995 with tax & labor $28,995 with tax & labor


Prices Good Till September 7th, 2011

Mon.-Fr. 8-4:30 • Sat by appt:

All Prices Are Subject To Change

Painted Metal Starting At

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B’s Concrete Flatwork 20 Years Experience

Spray Painting House Painting Experienced Free Estimates 573-377-2388

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660-438-0077 or 660-723-3676

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Repair Existing or Build New All Types & Sizes of Fences • Fence Row Clearing • Bobcat Services • Handyman Services Experienced - References Call for Free Estimates

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Daniel Construction, LLC Garages • Pole Barns • Metal & Shingle Roofing


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Dittmer Ditching PLAINSMAN WEEKLIES Over 50 Years in Business

“We Clean Anything�


Andy Yoder

Black Dirt • Gravel • Rock


“Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.Ž�

Your Choice of Color

Home Maintenance & Remodeling

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Fully Insured • Free Estimates • Call Brian

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Professional Drywall Textures Quality Work Done on Time

Chuck Coffey Dump Trucking

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Since 1968

Over 20 Years Experience • Fully Insured Complete Home Remodeling New Construction


• Basements • Garages • Driveways • Sidewalks • Patios • Curbs Tear-out & Replace

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826-1000 ext. 242

4 Weeks - $74.82 • 8 Weeks - $103.42




SEAMLESS ALUMINUM • Soffit • Leaf Guards • Fascia • Hidden Hangers • Clean Out

Complete Set-up & Delivery Basement Sets Singlewides & Doublewides

Quality Accessories Residential & Commercial • Insured 660-438-6381 or 660-221-5768

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Aluminum Soffits and Facia • House Wrap • Fanfold • Trim Coils • Custom Bending • Leafguard & Guttering Accessories


Seamless $ 50/ft. Guttering Installed Directions: 2 mi. W. of Windsor off 2 Hwy. then, 1 mi. North, watch for sign.


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Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2011

 Want To Buy

House -Sale

3 BR HOUSE 1.5 bath with 1 BR guest house that has storm shelter underneath. 2 outbuildings (shops). All on 2 acres in Barnett. Call (573)552-5507.


WANTED: Standing Timber Cottonwood, Maple, Ash, Walnut, Oak. Mid MO Logging. Caleb Crooker 660-815-0397, John Crooker 816-806-5808, Dustin Allred 660-334-0701


Appealing 3BR, 2 bath home with Southwest flair features sunken living room with fireplace & built-in bookcases. Courtyard style patio. Situated on 2.8 pretty, fenced acres with nice horse barn in Smithton School District. $129,900. #60819. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. 660-827-0900

Rooms - Rent $395-$575. Includes all utilities, cable, internet, and 1 meal per day if desired. No pets. 1 person per room. Call (660)287-4685

Mobile Homes -Rent 3 BR 2 BATH, All electric, stove & refrigerator, Cole Camp School, 10 minutes south of Sedalia. Call (660) 668-2230 or (660)553-0007.

Acreage -Sale

HUNTING LAND- 149 Acres 16 miles SW of Warsaw. $1325 per acre. Includes a 2000 2BR 2 bath mobile home and 24x32 open front shed. Call 417-282-1602

Houses -Rent

WOODED 5-ACRE LOT near Edwards, MO. Owner finance, $15,995, $0 down, $200/ month. Call 785-841-2581 for map and detalis.

2 Bedroom, and 4 and 5 Bedroom in windsor. 3 BR 1 1/2 Bath in Clinton 4 BR 2/bath in Clinton Call 660-525-5337 or 913-849-3694

Farm -Sale

Excellent 220 Acres of highly productive Saline Co. soils with CRP income. Approximately 190 acres tillable & 25 acres of timber. $709,280. #61176. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. 660-827-0900


2 AND 3 BR HOUSES $100 off the first months rent. With Appliances. Call 660-826-3470 or 660-221-3937



Mobile Home-Sale 2006 DOUBLEWIDE 28x56 : 4 BR, with deck and carport. 2x6 walls and thermopane windows. Asking $39,000. Available March 1, 2012.. Call. (573)392-2335.

Mixed Grass Hay

2nd Cutting, 50 pound. small square bales, wire tied. Call (660)527-3573


Steers Average ~ High 300-400 $156.75 - $182.50 400-500 $153.85 - $170.00 500-600 $148.50 - $159.50 600-700 $143.00 - $148.50 700-800 $143.35 - $145.35 800-900 $136.85 - $140.00



Heifers Average ~ High 300-400 $145.65 - $156.00 400-500 $141.35 - $155.00 500-600 $136.90 - $146.25 600-700 $126.50 - $137.00 700-800 $127.85 - $134.50 800-900 $123.75 - $124.00





$1000 - $1040

$50 - $200 $775 - $1085 $21.00 - $37.50 $57.50 - $67.00 no market test $57.00 - $71.50

FARMERS LIVESTOCK AUCTION Larry Bock, Owner Service ... It’s what we’re about!

P.O. Box 91 • BOONVILLE 660-882-7413

SAT., DEC. 3RD, 10 A.M. SHARP!

ESTATE AUCTION 1072 S. Ellsworth ~ Marshall Mo. In order to settle the estate of JUANITA DICKSON we will sell the following items to the highest bidder with no reserves: Table & Chairs, 3pc. Queen Size Bedroom Set, Kenmore Washer And Dryer, Electric Stove, Refrigerator, Kneehole Desk, China Hutch, Lamp Table, Portable Fireplace, Beer Box, Outdoor Chairs, Lamps And Lighting, Wheel Chair, Avon, 110v Ac Unit, Craft Items, Dishes, Antiques, Collectibles, Household Items, Pots And Pans, Lot Of Items Still In Boxes At Time Of Listing!


WHEAT STRAW: $3.50/ bale. quantity discount for 50+ bales at $3 / bale. Myers Farm, Hwy 65 near Cole Camp. 660-668-4445, 660-287-6508




Land to rent for cash for the 2012 Crop year, within 40 mile radius of Windsor. References available. Call Brad Paxton at 660-351-0543, 660-647-3417


2 7/8”, 2 3/8”, and all other size pipe. 1” and 7/8” Sucker Rod. Also Fiberglass Sucker Rods. Call 573-280-5938.


Yearlings & older, easy calving with excellent birth weights. Also 2nd & 3rd period ANGUS HEIFERS. BAHRENBURG’S ANGUS Call 660-221-5688

BRED HEIFERS Gelbvieh and Red Angus Cross, bred to easy calving Red Angus Bull. Start calving March 1st. Call Kenny at (660)668-9994, leave message if no answer. DUROC & CHESTER WHITE Boars, Meat Quality Genetics for Niman producers. Breeding age. Delivery available. Call 660-619-0108

Hereford Bulls Registered, polled, docile, 2 years old. Call days (660)668-3865

MARKET SUMMARY Tuesday, November 22, 2011 Total Receipts 1265 Head (STDY 2 - HIGHER)

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08 Fusion Loaded.............11495 07 Pontiac G6 GT..............10995 07 Chevy HHR.....................8495 07 Mustang 73K................12995 07 Cobalt 1-owner ..............8995 06 Pontiac G6......................9495 02 Focus..............................5995 02 Gr.Prix.............................5995 00 Gr. Am 1-owner..............4995 07 Ford SC 4wd Sharp!....16495 07 Dodge QuadCab 4wd ..15995 06 Ford SC 4wd ................14995 06 GMC SB..........................9495 05 GMC CrewCab 4wd .....13495 05 Ford SuperCrew 4wd ..12995 05 Dodge QuadCab 4wd ..13995 05 Chevy XCab 4wd .........12995 04 Chevy XCab 2wd ...........9995 99 Chevy XCab 2wd ...........6495 99 Ranger Supercab...........5995 95 Ford Supercab Sharp!.....4995 07 Saturn Vue AWD 78K...13995 06 Buick Rendezvous AWD....10995 05 Expedition 4wd............14495 04 Pacifica AWD..................7995 02 Mountaineer AWD..........6995 02 Suburban 4wd LT...........8995 94 Jeep Wrangler 4wd........6495

Lots More In Stock


LARGE ESTATE AUCTION! 201 Tower Street ~ Sedalia, Mo.

SUN., DEC. 4, 12:30 PM (Just West of Crown Hill Cemetery)

ANTIQUES • COLLECTIBLES HOUSEHOLD • FURNITURE GLASSWARE • LOTS LOTS MORE! Husqvarna Yth218 21 Horse 48” Cut Riding Mower; Sears LT1000 16.5 Horse 42” Cut Riding Mower; Sears Snowblower; Power Tools; Lots more! Nice 10x16 Metal Building; Nice 8x14 metal building (both on skids) Full Listing go to


DICK’S AUCTION SERVICE John F. Dick, Auctioneer & Sale Mgr. 660-826-5871 or 619-2056 ~

We’re In The Bid’ness!

Due to the death of my husband Kenneth, and as I am no longer able to live alone, we will sell the following listed Real Estate and personal items at public auction located: From the Junction of D & 50 highway in Syracuse, MO, take D south 6.7 miles to Pigman Road. Turn left (east) on Pigman Road and continue one half mile to Angel Drive. Turn left (north) on Angel Drive and go one tenth of a mile to the sale sight. Watch for sale signs:

SAT., DEC. 3, 10 A.M.

Farm: This 120 acre farm features approximately 85 open acres with 52 acres of crop ground. The farm features a two-story 3 bedroom home with one bath, a living room, kitchen, large formal dining area and a small mud room/porch off the back. The heat for the home is provided by 2 Warm Morning LP stoves, and there is a window air conditioning unit. The home gets its water from a deep well, has a septic system, and is in the Tipton school district. The ground is gently rolling (presently in improved pasture) and has been cropped in years past. The fences are cattle tight, and there are two ponds for watering livestock. Outbuildings on the farm include a 56’x15’ shed (open on one side), a 30’x24’ barn with newer metal siding, a 36’x24’ work shed, a 15’x20’ picnic pavilion, and parking shed for two cars by the house. Terms: The opening bid on the farm will be $1,900 per acre. Any bid over that and the farm sells to the high bidder. A down payment of $15,000 will be required sale day, with the balance due at closing to be held on or before Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012. Sellers will provide Owner’s policy; buyer is responsible for any lender’s policy. Taxes prorated, closing fee split 50/50. AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Here is a farm with versatility…. with opportunities for running cattle, growing crops, or other livestock ventures. The hunting is good and the house is very livable, in addition to several outbuildings that you could use in a number of ways. Give this farm a look, as they are getting harder to find all of the time! Remember, any bid over $1,900.00 per acre and the farms sells to the high bidder, so have your finances in order. MACHINERY 3pt Sickle mower 3pt bale fork Dump trailer Pickup stock rack Yard machine 38” riding mower Lot Assorted horse drawn machinery Hay ring 2 – Fuel Tanks on stands Small Blade Small Disc Small Cultivator Single potato plow Small lot corral panels 12’ Jon Boat FURNITURE Kitchen table 3piece maple bed set Desk with chair 2 – End tables Library table Baby Bed Metal day bed Recliner Wooden gun cabinet Dining table with 6 chairs LAWN ART Very large lot of custom made lawn art of all

shapes & sizes. Steam engine, John Deer Tractor, various animals and several fictional characters. ANTIQUES Kellogg oak wall telephone 2 – Curved Oak China Cabinets 2 – Aladdin Electric table lamps Buffet Round top trunk Lot Vintage Post & Greeting cards Lot Vintage buttons & sewing notions Antique Rocker Butter Churn Match holder Antique Pump Large lot various old tractor seats Chest of drawers with mirror Lot Primitives Very large lot wood burning stove handles GLASSWARE Lot Roseville Pottery Lot Depression glass Lot Character glass

Ruby & clear butter dish Old set spice containers (white glass) Small Lot Carnival Lot Ruby Red TOOLS Lincoln 225amp welder Craftsman 15gal air compressor 2 – Vises (1 large & 1 small) Wall mounted drill press Lot axes & sledge hammers Acetylene torch on cart Lot assorted Iron wheels Bolt cutters Lot bench grinders Lot hand tools & saws Lot pulleys Large Lot Scrap Iron Lot log chains 500gal Propane Tank Anvil GUNS Stevens Crackshot .22 LR Stevens model 87-T .22, tube fed Stevens model 15-B .22 S-L-LR bolt-action Older Side x Side 12ga

Be sure to visit for more pictures!

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE: Kenneth & Sally lived on this place for over 62 years! This will be one of those good ole’ country farms sales that don’t come along very often. There will be some real surprises that we won’t uncover until sale day. This will be one of those sales you won’t want to miss!



(573) 378-8822 Cell • (660) 347-5656 Office • (660) 826-0278 Home Auction Associate: Toby Brown (660) 473-6008

As Always No Buyers Premium or Fees ... What you bid is what you pay!

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.

RANGE READY BULLSCOW SETTLERS SimAngus, Balancer (GvXAn), 18 month forage developed bulls for calving ease, guaranteed. AI 100+ heifers late November same breed type for spring sale. Gain the many benefits of heterosis by crossbreeding. Well over $100 per cow exposed. Bob Harriman/Rotert, Montrose, MO 660-492-2504

Registered Polled Hereford Bulls- 14-20 months old. Semen performance tested. Gregory Polled Hereford. 660-620-1048 or 660-620-4020

10 CROSS BRED COWS and calves, take all $1050 each. Also Spring calving cows, mostly black, $1150 each. Call 660-886-0622.



Seasoned OAK Firewood 18”-21” Long, 4x4x8 cord $65 Per Cord, Cash You haul. Call evenings 573-377-4253



Now accepting bids for the following contracts:

To be bid per mile: 2 year contract will be awarded in each category • Flat Mowing • Vertical Cutback • Road Grading To be bid per hour: 1 Year contract • Misc. Backhoe Work

Bids will be accepted until 4:00p.m. Friday, Dec. 2nd, 2011. Contracts will go into effect on Jan. 1st, 2012. Project specifications and required bid forms can be obtained through our website ( or through our office. FORBES LAKE OF THE OZARKS PARK LAND OWNERS ASSOCIATION 26506 Gardiner Road, Edwards, MO 65326 660-438-4039

*** The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat lowly and lie about your age. -Lucile Ball ***


300 W. 2nd Street • Sedalia, MO 65301 660-829-0303

Community Santa Claus Fund


Bring your donated toys, new or gently used, through December 8th to: The Sedalia Democrat 700 S. Massachusetts Mon.-Fri. 7:30am to 5:00pm Sat. 8:00am to 11:00am

Toys will go to the Community Santa Campaign (Formerly Mayor’s Santa Claus Fund)

Be sure your donated toys are clean and in good repair.

Thank You!

*** The aging process has you firmly in its grasp if you never get the urge to throw a snowball. -Doug Larson ***

Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 2011

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