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Former teacher gets to keep tabs on former students in job

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By Dennis Rich

Ruth Dale may get paid for her part-time work as executive assistant for the Sedalia 200 School District Foundation, but her peers say her dedication to her job, and the district, go well beyond a 20hour work week. “Almost all foundation members work with Ruth on one thing or another, She is a paid administrative assistant, but she does so much more,” said Foundation Presidentelect Deidre Esquivel. The all volunteer 35-member foundation, which provides scholarships, mini-grants and other resources to district students, staff, teachers, and members of the community, are a nonprofit entity, separate from the district, and supported through private contributions. From helping with fund raising to keeping track of district alumni to editing and producing the foundation’s newsletter “Connections,” Esquivel said Dale is “the driving force between alumni and our foundation.” “She is a wonderful lady and a retired teacher. Ruth is a pillar of the educational community because she cares so much about education and about that alumni connection,” Esquivel said. Dale, who spent nearly 30 years as a teacher in Sedalia schools — she also taught for two-and-a-half years in Smithton — said her position with the foundation allows her to keep a strong connection to students, the district and education. Now in her seventh year as executive assistant, Dale said she jumped at a chance to work with the foundation after being approached by board members. “I had just been retired a small amount of time from teaching school, so it was just a perfect fit and a way to stay involved,” Dale said. With new graduates passing out of the district each year, Dale now has a list of some 22,000 names to keep track of, and she uses every tool at her disposal, from the U.S. Postal Service to new social media, such as Facebook, to maintain close ties with former Sedalia 200 students — a resource that board members consider essential to supporting and promoting educational opportunities in the district. “We really believe that those who have invested so much time in the district might also be the best people to support the district. That is why we work so hard to stay in contact with alums. A lot of them have a real strong feeling for their home school,” Dale said. She said her job also allows her the opportunity to keep in touch with her own former students from her years as a firstand second-grade teacher at Skyline, Horace Mann and

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SMALL TRUCKING CO is looking for OTR Driver. Home often, Class A CDL and 3 years experience. Call 660-827-3673.

Real Estate

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

LARGE 22,400 sq. ft. metal building with attached warehouse and 14,000 sq. ft. parking lot on 34 acres with blacktop road frontage just off Hwy 65 South of Sedalia. $297,500. #60957. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. 660-827-0900

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Miscellaneous

EXTANG SOLID TRI-FOLD tonneau cover for a 6’4” bed. Folds up or is easily removed, asking $600. Dee Zee Oval Chrome tube steps for a Quad Cab Truck, asking $350. WeatherTech custom fit floor mats for a Dodge Ram Quad Cab, asking $75. All in very good shape, less than one year old. Call 660-281-3076 for more details.

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The Great Meteor Crater of Arizona lies between the towns of Flagstaff and Winslow. Scientists believe that a meteorite struck the earth about 50,000 years ago and dug a hole about 4,150 feet across and 570 feet deep.


November 23-24, 2011

SouthPlainsman.com Misc. Sale

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BUYING JUNK BATTERIES • Automotive • Farm • Construction • Marine ALSO collecting used oil DC Battery • 660-826-9971

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CABINETS and Granite Countertops: Complete Kitchen, Brand New, NEVER used, Solid Maple Cabinets, All Plywood Box, Can add or subtract to fit Kitchen. Worth $10,800, take $1900. 660-252-4330.

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Electric Lift Recliner On sale now! Furniture City West side of Clinton Square (660)885-7088

We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most insurance plans.

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Thank You to those who attended our free healthcare lecture on how to reduce healthcare cost through prevention & recognition of mineral deficiencies in our farmland, livestock, poultry, gardens & much more. Available Now:

Dr. Joel Wallach CD’s & Books, including “Dead Doctors Don’t Lie”. We also carry nutritional products endorsed by Dr. Wallach.

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LIL’HOUSE Outdoor Hot Air forced wood furnace - 2 years old. Good Condition! Pick Up Only! $700 (573)378-4578 New mattress sets; Twin $89.99, Full $99.99, Queen $179.99 & King $299.99. Queen pillow top $249.99;. Dutch Kountry Market, Call 660-563-2941 10340 50 Hwy, Knob Noster PLEASANT VALLEY QUILTS now has a full line of new Maytag, Whirlpool and Crosley appliances. Also can get parts for most brands. Call for pricing (573)378-4447.

SEAMLESS GUTTERING Roofing • Siding Walt Eichler

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Sears Refrigerators Washers, Dryers, Stoves. $75+ Will Pick Up Used Appliances! 660-221-7870 or 660-547-0021 Lincoln, MO. Ken’s Appliances

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REGISTERED PUPPIES: Boston Terriers, Collies, Chihuahuas, Dachshunds & Miniature Pinschers. 1st shots & worming provided. $150 $300 (660)886-3161

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Sale Prices Good Thru 11/6/11. While Supplies Last! While Supplies Last! See Stores for Availability. Prices subject to change without notice.

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GREAT PYRENEES PUPS: Born 9/15/11, 3 males, Badger faced, shots & wormed, $250 each. Call 660-287-4733

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MINIATURE PINSCHERS 9 weeks - 2 1/2 years, Black & Tans, and rare Reds. $75-$225. Call (660)347-5580 or (573)569-1679

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PURE-BRED Border Collie puppies, farm raised, out of working parents. 4 males red and white, 5 females black and white. $125 each. Call 660-619-2449.

SMALL TRUCKING CO is looking for OTR Driver. Home often, Class A CDL and 3 years experience. Call 660-827-3673.

EXPERIENCED Full time farmhand/rental maintenance person. Send resume to: Wayne Lamb, 2488 Hwy M, Sedalia, MO 65301. General

HVAC Installers: Will train willing individuals; construction /welding experience preferred, travel required. Complete Comfort Heating & Cooling. Warrensburg 816-694-3912.

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DO YOU NEED ODD JOBS DONE? Call Daniel at (660)723-2837 Window washing, Gutter cleaning, Garden tilling, Brush clean up, House/Shop cleaning, Tree trimming, Mowing, Leaf Raking. Firewood, $95 per cord. KEELE’S MOBILE HOME SERVICE - Tear-down, Transporting & set-up as well as Parts & Supplies. Johnny, 660-527-0147, 660-221-2606

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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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Oldsmobile 2003 ALERO COUPE 4-cylinder, automatic, tilt, cruise, sport wheels, spoiler, inspected, $2800. 660-368-2765

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EXTANG SOLID TRI-FOLD tonneau cover for a 6’4� bed. Folds up or is easily removed, asking $600. Dee Zee Oval Chrome tube steps for a Quad Cab Truck, asking $350. WeatherTech custom fit floor mats for a Dodge Ram Quad Cab, asking $75. All in very good shape, less than one year old. Call 660-281-3076 for more details.

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

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CELEBRITY EXTRA

Q: I am loving the second season of my favorite show, "The Walking Dead," on AMC. I know this might be a little early, but will it return for another season? -- Chad G., via e-mail A: Normally, this would be a bit early for renewal news, but since the show's return at the end of October, its ratings have been through the roof. Season two ratings have eclipsed the stellar ratings (especially by cable standards) of the first season, so AMC has already renewed it for a third season. "The Walking Dead" depicts the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse following a group of survivors outside Atlanta, starring Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal and Sarah Wayne Callies. *** Q: I was sad to read in your column that "Spartacus" star Andy Whitfield had passed away. Will the production of the show continue after his death? -Hallie E., Akron, Ohio A: In March 2010, Andy was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Production on season two was delayed so he could be treated. Unfortunately, his cancer returned, and he dropped out of the series and was replaced by Liam McIntyre. Andy passed away at age 39 this past September. Season two, with Liam as Spartacus, will return to Starz on Jan. 27, with the network already giving the green light for a third season to begin production in early 2012. *** Q: I have noticed the actress who plays Kensi on "NCIS: Los Angeles" appears to have two different colored eyes. Does she, or am I just seeing things? I think she plays a good strong female part and would like to see her in more shows or movies. -- Mary B., Virginia Beach, Va. A: Daniela Ruah, who has played Kensi Blye since the show's premiere in 2009, has a birthmark in her right eye, making it appear almost completely black, with her left eye being hazel. You'll get to see more of Daniela soon, as she co-stars

Daniela Rush in the feature film "Red Tails" with Terrence Howard, Cuba Gooding Jr. and Bryan Cranston. She also is rumored to be starring in the upcoming "Uncharted: Drake's Fortune" with Bruce Campbell. *** UPDATE: Hot on the heels of the news that Lifetime picked up "America's Most Wanted" after it was canceled by Fox comes the news of its premiere date. The 20-episode 25th season of the crimefighting reality show will premiere on Dec. 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. The show's passionate host, John Walsh, said of the return: "I am excited to be back in the saddle and working with Lifetime. We are the court of last resort, and with the show getting back to our weekly airing, we'll have the capability of getting more fugitives off the streets and behind bars where they belong. We hope our observant fans continue the mission with us, on our new night -Friday -- and keep our capture number climbing while helping those crime victims who need us." (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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(NAPS)—The level of noise in some environments may surprise you. For example, some people may think that farms are quiet places, but plows, combines, tractors and even farm animals can create a noisy, high-decibel environment that puts hearing at risk. Prolonged exposure to any noise at or above 85 decibels can cause gradual hearing loss and many types of farm equipment run at 100 decibels or higher. Families that live and work around a farm now have a new way to learn healthy hearing habits to help protect their hearing. To increase awareness about the causes and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL), the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), part of the National Institutes of Health, has launched a new campaign called “It’s a Noisy Planet. Protect Their Hearing.” The campaign focuses its prevention message on tweens (children ages 8–12) and their parents. In addition, the Noisy Planet campaign is partnering with 4-H to help spread the message through extension agents and volunteers. “The good news is that there are simple steps that everyone can take to protect their hearing from potentially damaging sounds,” says James F. Battey, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., director of the The best advice for avoiding hearing loss NIDCD. in rural areas is to “keep it down on the Here are a few steps: • Get comfortable hearing farm” by quieting noisy machinery, movprotectors and get comfortable ing away from it or wearing earplugs. using them. Hearing protectors This is especially important for kids when don’t block all sound but they do they are doing outdoor chores. reduce harmful levels of sound while still allowing a person to hear warning signals. • Point out ways to practice hearing safety. Remind your child to do chores or other activities away from noisy equipment. • Move away from the noise. If possible, lower the volume. • Be aware of noise levels that put hearing at risk. If you run a piece of farm equipment and have to shout to be heard over the noise, then you should be wearing hearing protection. • Take steps to reduce noise from machinery. Keep machinery running smoothly by replacing worn parts. Be sure engines are well lubricated and properly tuned to reduce noise from friction or vibrations. The Noisy Planet website provides parents with information and tips on how to teach children about hearing protection. The site also features articles, games, posters and other materials developed just for kids to make learning about hearing protection fun. For more information, visit www.noisyplanet.nidcd.nih.gov or call (800) 241-1044 or (800) 241-1055 (TTY).

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Columnist rediscovers waterfowl hunting near ponds

The trivia buffs among you are no doubt dying to know that the full moon you walked to your deer stand under this morning is known as the “Beaver Moon” to northeastern American Indian tribes, because beavers kick off their preparations for winter into high gear around this time of the year. This fact is semi-pertinent to my subject, because one of the things beavers do is make ponds. Several dozen Beaver Moons ago, ponds were the focal point of a lot of my duck hunting and a fair amount of my goose hunting. Almost none of these ponds were built by flat-tailed, buck-toothed rodents, but the bulldozer operators who did build them after the drought years of the 1930s and 1950s were every bit as single-mindedly zealous in their pursuit of impounded water. I continued to hunt around ponds for a few years after I moved to rural Missouri in 1978. Then I fell prey to the siren song of the big reservoirs. This phase of my waterfowl hunting odyssey lasted until those same reservoirs convinced me that duck hunting was more trouble than it was worth, and I quit waterfowl hunting altogether, except for the early Canada goose season. A friend who hunts ducks with the same passion I devote to deer made me an offer I couldn’t refuse. “Come duck hunting with me Thursday morning,” he said. Then before I could protest, he added, “I’ve already got decoys set out on a pond only a few miles from (name of town deleted.) We can be there and hidden inside a couple of portable layout blinds in 45 minutes. Later, we can jump a pond or two if you’d like.” Now let me see. On the one hand, I’d have to give the feds $15 for a waterfowl stamp, and because of other commitments, I’d only get about four hours sleep. On the other hand, this would be a pond duck hunt, and I’d been wanting to see what hunting from a layout blind was like for years. Count me in. Only the light reflected from the Beaver Moon revealed the location of the pond we tramped across a soybean stubble field toward dark and early Thursday morning. Going in, I was pleasantly surprised by how firm the ground was, despite the rain earlier in the week. Coming out, I was less pleasantly surprised to note that the ground was firm, because it was frozen. I already knew layout blinds got their name from the fact that their extremely low profile required hunters using them to lie down. Beyond that, I didn’t have a clue. The first thing I learned was that, even in the dark, a layout blind — or at least the model my

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friend has — can be set up quickly and without any tools other than a headlamp or small flashlight. Setup met ready to use. There was no need to scramble around cutting and gathering local vegetation to augment the blind’s inherent camouflage. My next happy discovery was that I wouldn’t be prone inside the blind. Instead, although my legs were fully extended, a built-in back support elevated my upper body just enough to make seeing approaching ducks semi-possible and sitting up to shoot easy. On a potentially negative side, a layout blind forces its occupant to make a tough choice. On the one hand, the farther inside the blind the hunter snuggles, the warmer he stays — a tempting factor on a cold breezy morning. On the other hand, a hunter who exposes the top half of his head has at least some chance of seeing ducks streaking past only a few feet above the water. I opted for the former approach, and my friend took the latter. As a result, he froze out first, but he also shot the morning’s only duck, a greenwing teal. Later that morning we visited another pond that had a tailor-made approach to the back side of its dam a quarter-mile up a grassy waterway. My friend and his Labrador retriever stayed at the truck while I made the stalk. There was a small flock of mergansers on the pond. I got one when they flushed and a second when the flock circled back overhead. The Lab retrieved both birds flawlessly. Prior to that morning, I would have laughed at anyone who told me how thoroughly I would enjoy a waterfowl hunt that produced only one tiny but tasty teal and two virtually inedible mergansers. But I would have been wrong. The hunt itself was great. It awakened some long dormant memories of just how special it is to see the sun rise over a small body of water. The roar of wings and the loud, obviously irritated honking coming from the flock of geese we flushed off the pond when we arrived was pretty neat, too. As for the mergansers, they were the first of their kind I’ve ever held in my hand. I’ll probably never shoot another one, but those two were the icing on a good piece of cake. gjsa@sbcglobal.net

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STEVSON MOBILE HOME TRANSPORTING • MOBILE HOME TRANSPORT •

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Garages • Pole Barns • Metal & Shingle Roofing

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MARKET SUMMARY Tuesday, November 15, 2011 Total Receipts 1279 Head (3-6 HIGHER)

Steers Average ~ High 300-400 $156.65 - $165.50 400-500 $157.50 - $166.00 500-600 $150.25 - $162.50 600-700 $141.75 - $150.25 700-800 $141.70 - $145.75 800-900 $140.25 - $143.50

COW/CALF PAIRS BOTTLE CALVES BRED COWS

Heifers Average ~ High 300-400 $142.25 - $162.00 400-500 $137.75 - $148.50 500-600 $134.25 - $139.00 600-700 $130.85 - $137.00 700-800 $132.20 - $134.25 800-900 $122.50 - $129.50

RANGE:

RANGE: RANGE: SHELLY BETTER RANGE: RANGE:

SLAUGHTER COWS

BREEDING BULLS SLAUGHTER BULLS

bm/aged

$950-$1090

$50 - $200 $675 - $1075 $21.50 - $37.50 $57.50 - $68.00 no market test $66.00 - $70.00

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

November 23-24, 2011

West Central Missouri Show-Me Select Bred Heifer Sale

November 26, 2011 11:00 a.m. Kingsville Livestock Auction 58 Hwy • Kingsville, Missouri 200 Head of Bred Heifers Sell: • Angus/Angus Cross • Polled Hereford Cross • Red Angus Cross • Simmental Cross GUARANTEED BRED TO CALVING-EASE SIRES WITH EXPECTED CALVING DATES January 1 - April 30, 2012 Strict vaccination program with Brucellosis vaccination and negative tested prior to sale, along with scour vaccination. Strict standards for reproductive soundness, pelvic size, body condition and weight. All heifers treated for internal and external parasites.

Following Show-Me-Select Heifer Sale:

ESTATE AUCTION FLORENCE, Mo.

SATURDAY, NOV. 26 11:00 A.M. REAL ESTATE - ANTIQUES HOUSEHOLD

From Opal Mahnken estate. Auction will be held at the Florence United Methodist Church, located on Hwy. 135 at the South edge of Florence.

Florence U.M.C., Owners

Consignments from Reputable Cattle Programs For more information or catalog contact:

David Hoffman, 816-380-8460 Rick Anstine, 816-597-3331

PUBLIC AUCTION Warsaw, Mo. area

Due to the death of my husband, I will sell the following at public auction located from Warsaw north on 65 Hwy 5 miles to Sterett Creek Village, take Sterett Creek Village Drive past pool and shelter house to sale on

SAT., NOV. 26, 10 A.M.

PICKUP: 1990 GMC 1500 side step, 5 speed, 4.3 V-6, red, new tires ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES: Antique oak wardrobe; Antique drop front oak desk; Antique oak pedestal dining table, claw feet, leaf, 4 pressed back chairs; Antique china cabinet; Pencil iron bed, standard size; Claw foot coffee table; Oak dry sink; Oak sewing rocker; Organ stool; Antique 3 drawer chest; Antique poster bed; Antique bed w/wraparound footboard; Antique mantle clock; Walnut library table; 50’s dresser w/mirror; End of day enamelware coffee pot; Old floor lamps; Candle wick punch bowl, bridge ash trays, salt & pepper, cake plate, etc; Federal bowl w/lid; Jadite big bowl, saucers, 2 cups, salt holder; Set of pink Pyrex nesting bowls; Set multi-color Pyrex nesting bowls; Noritake china, “Anaconda” 16 place setting; Sev. Bavaria hand painted china; Limoge chocolate pot and 12 glasses; Eastern star cake plate; Shawnee chicken milk pitcher; Holmes and Edwards ss flatware; China cup and saucers; Clear glassware, pink depression glass, other glassware; Pink hobnail vase; Baskets; Old paper roll cutter, 24”; Record cabinet HOUSEHOLD: Sofa and love seat; Dining table, 4 chairs, maple; Canopy computer, writing desk; Oak lamp table; Oak chest of drawers; Easy chair/ ottoman, Queen Anne legs; Coffee table, 2 end tables, glass insert top; Corner oak entertainment stand; TV cabinet, pine; Maytag washer and dryer, like new; Oak jewelry armoire; Sofa, loveseat; Sanyo 32” tv; Dressers and Chests; Kenmore sewing machine in cabinet; Sungale cd player; Panasonic vcr player; Wall pictures, mirrors, décor; Sharp carousel microwave; Area rugs GUNS: Smith and Wesson model 25, .45 cal, 1955, w/Burris 2x scope, w/black hard case; Ruger SP101, 357 mag w/ black sidekick case; Colt 1911 US Army, .45 auto; High Standard 103, .22 lr, custom grips; Smith and Wesson CTG 38 Spec.; Ruger 22 carbine; Remington 541-S, Sporter 22, bolt w/Leopold M8-3X scope; Ruger M77 Mark II, 223 Rem bolt action, w/Leopold 3.9x40 scope; Mossberg 500 AT 12 ga; M1 30 cal carbine; Revelation 350 Series M, .410 ga; Harrington and Richardson model 088,; Ruger Mini 14, 223; Remington 700 “Varmint Spec” , bolt, w/Nikon Monarch UCC scope; Smith and Wesson model 28, highway patrol 357; Glock 21, .45 auto, competition adj. night sights, ext. mag release, ext slide release, Hogue grips; Lot ammo; Re-Load bench stand, metering assembly, shotgun re-loader, bullet puller, Leopold mount base, die sets, powder measure, lot re-loads, lead, brass, powder,; much, much more TOOLS: ; Dewalt power shop, w/ radial arm, on metal shop cabinet; Dewalt saber saw; Electric staple gun; Craftsman router; Wood Tech chisel mortise, ½ hp; Socket sets; 2 oil heaters; Sev. Steel bits; Palm sander; Porter Cable sander; Craftsman belt sander; Porter Cable router; Dewalt router; B&D, Dewalt and other drills; Power painter; Carbide router tips; Furniture clamps; Sev. Small hand tools; Log chains; 2-6’ step ladders; 10’ fiberglass step ladder; 2 wheel dolly; 3 Good work benches; Metal shelving units; Nut and bolt cabinets LAWN, GARDEN, PATIO: MTD lawn tractor, 16 hp. 42”, 7 spd; Wicker table, 2 chairs; Iron and glass sunroom table, 2 chairs; Metal patio rocker, black; Round metal patio table, 4 chairs, black; Round metal patio table, white; Metal patio loveseat rocker, 2 chairs; Cast iron pot; 2 gas weed trimmers; Weedeater leaf blower; Frigidaire dehumidifier; Deep sea fishing poles; Some fishing gear; Coleman camp stove; Other numerous items

PHYLLIS and the late GEORGE SMITH

Terms of Sale: Cash or approved check. Not responsible for accidents. Statements made day of sale take precedence over printed material. Lunch served

Laramie Drenon 660-221-4386

Office 660-547-2646

We will sell the following at 1920 W. Timberidge Dr. Hunter’s Ridge (from Thompson Blvd. and West 16th St. go 2.1 miles west on 16th St. to Hunter’s Ridge) Sedalia, Mo. on:

SAT., NOV. 26, 10 A.M.

AUTOMOBILE: 2001 Lincoln Town Car, 106K Miles, Fully Loaded, Lady Driver - A Real Nice Unit. GOLD/GUNS, ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES, PIANO, Kimball Studio Grand. HOUSEHOLD/TOOLS TERMS: CASH, I.D. REQUIRED

RALPH “SKIP” & BARBARA SCHULZ

YANCEY AUCTION SERVICE Auction Conducted By

Auctioneer: GARY YANCEY

www.yanceyauction.com

(660) 473-2266

Sedalia, Mo.

FARMERS LIVESTOCK AUCTION 660-882-7413

For More Information Contact Larry Bock www.farmerslivestockauction.com

Service ... It’s what we’re about!

Special Stock Cow Sale!

For more info, visit the website: www.extension.missouri.edu/cass

Larry Drenon 660-547-3557

# PUBLIC AUCTION

P.O. Box 91 ~ Boonville, MO 65233

Special Bred Cow Sale

Rodney Drenon 660-890-4898

Jake Drenon 660-351-6000

Page 7 - WANTED Farm

P.O. Box 91 • BOONVILLE 660-882-7413

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SAT. NIGHT, NOV. 26, 6:30 P.M.

(NOTE: Weigh Cows starting at 4:30 p.m.) For detailed listing of early consignments visit our website www.farmerslivestockauction.com View our Auction Live @ dvauction.com

Expecting 800+ head Bred Cows/Pairs/Bulls For more information, Contact Larry Bock at the barn, days or evenings. Barn 660-882-7413 or Cell 660-460-0946.

WHEELER & SONS Osceola, MO

Special Stock Cow Sale

SAT., NOV. 26, 6 pm

Expecting 800 head of cow/calf pairs bred heifers, spring cows and breeding bulls including dispersals.

Hermon Farms, complete dispersal • 35 Angus & BWF heifers, 1,050 lbs., artificial bred to Angus or Red Angus for Feb. calving. Very good, well cared for heifers. • 70 Angus cows, 2-5 yrs., 1,150 lbs. w/calves up to 400 lbs., bred back Angus. • 62 Angus cows, 2-5 yrs., 1,200 lbs., bred Angus for spring calving. • 18 Mixed cows, 2-5 yrs., 1,200 lbs. w/calves up to 400 lbs. Above 183 cows have had all shots, well cared for, good herd. L&W, complete dispersal • 30 Red & yellow Char. cross cows, 3-4 yrs., 1,250 lbs. w/calves weighing 350 lbs., bred back to red or Char. bulls. • 34 Char. cross cows, red and yellow, 5 yrs.-SS, 1,250 lbs., bred red or Char. for spring calving. • 1 PB Char. bull, 4 yrs., 1,800 lbs. • 1 Red Angus bull, 3 yrs., 1,500 lbs. Very outstanding set of well cared for cows, bred to good bulls. Miller Farms • 3 Reg. Angus bulls, 13-15 months, 1,100-1,200 lbs., good Angus bulls, easy calving. Moore Farms, home raised • 32 Yellow Char. heifers, 1,050 lbs., bred Reg. Angus for Feb. calving. • 13 Black Angus heifers, 1,050 lbs., bred Reg. Angus for Feb. calving.

Johnson Farms, dispersal • 32 Angus heifers, 1,050 lbs., bred Reg. Angus for Feb. calving. • 7 Red and Char. heifers, 1,050 lbs., bred Reg. Angus for Feb. calving. • 1 Reg. black Angus bull, 30 months, 1,400 lbs., good bull Sanders, home raised • 20 Angus heifers, 1,100 lbs., bred Reg. Angus for spring calving. • 20 Angus heifers, 1,100 lbs., w/Angus calves. Very good well cared for heifers. E&H Farms • 32 Black mixed cows, 2-6 yrs., 1,150 lbs. w/calves or heavy springers. • 27 Black & BWF cow, 5 yrs.-SS, 1,250 lbs., bred to black Simm bull for spring calving.

WHEELER & SONS LIVESTOCK AUCTION

Next Special Stock Cow Sale - Sat., Dec. 31, 6 p.m. Osceola, MO • 13 Hwy. at TT Jct. Barn: 417-646-8102

Burleigh & Doris • Mobile 417-840-6561 Byron Wheeler • Mobile 417-777-0897 Steve Wheeler • Mobile 417-840-4149

Missouri Angus Advantage +Plus Commercial Female Sale

Friday, December 2, 2011, 6:00 p.m. Marshall Livestock, Marshall, MO

Selling 150 Head of High Quality Replacement Females Bred Heifers • Fall Pairs Spring Calving Cows • Open Heifers

Many Females are A.I. sired and A.I. bred.

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

 NEW TODAY

PIPE FENCING

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. www.nickelsbrokerageinc.net

Martin’s Tractor Machinery

To request a sale book contact the Missouri Angus Association Josh Worthington

417-844-2601 417-995-3000 worthington@missouriangus.org

LIVING ESTATE & REAL ESTATE AUCTION

Warrensburg, MO Kubota: L3600 4x4, 31HP with loader L4150 40HP with Canopy, nice M4700 4x4, 42HP with loader Ford/New Holland: TC18 Hydro 4x4 with loader TC33DA 4x4 with loader TL90 76 PTO HP 4x4 with cab 3910 Diesel 4x4 with loader 4000 Gas 50HP excellent 7600 Diesel 84HP with loader John Deere: Compact 4x4 Loader Models: 790, 4300, 4310 2155 Diesel 45HP with loader 2240 Diesel 50HP with loader 4020 Diesel 95HP like new! Brush Hogs: 15-10-8-7-6-5 ft. • Full line 3-point Implements! • Front Loaders for all makes! Call 660-747-1170

10426 Angel Drive, Fortuna, MO

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 site. 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 • FURNITURE • LAWN ART • ANTIQUES GLASSWARE • TOOLS • GUNS

Be sure to visit

www.auctionarrows.com for more pictures!

Owner: THE LIVING ESTATE OF SALLY WILDE

DICK HUTCHISON AUCTION & REAL ESTATE L.L.C.

(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.

Jerry Baker Auto Sales 600 Industrial Dr. Sedalia, MO

660-826-5451

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 Expedition 4wd............10495 04 Pacifica AWD..................7995 02 Mountaineer AWD..........6995 02 Suburban 4wd LT...........8995 94 Jeep Wrangler 4wd........6495 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 05 Mustang 74K................10495 02 Focus..............................5995 02 Gr.Prix.............................5995 00 Gr. Am 1-owner..............4995

Lots More In Stock

www.jerrybakerauto.com


November 23-24, 2011

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Livestock

30 YOUNG Red Cross Cows, 3-6 year olds, 1350 pounds, with 4 calves now, $1200 take all, $1300 10 or more. 40 Young Black & Black White Face 3-5 year old spring calvers, will be having 2nd & 3rd calves, 1100 + lbs., $1300 for all, $1350 for 10 or more; 14 more with calves, $1400. All vaccinated & gentle, out of grass. Call (660)882-6440

Livestock

Livestock

Livestock

NEW TODAY

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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.

 NEW TODAY

ANGUS BULLS

DUROC & CHESTER WHITE Meat Quality Genetics or Niman producers. Boars, breeding age. Small group - call early. Delivery available. Call 660-619-0108

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

REGISTERED ANGUS HEIFERS 4 Yearlings Sire Preference Good EPDs, $1000 each take all or $1050 for choice. Call 660-368-2560 or 816-456-5558

BID NOTICE

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

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

To be bid per hour: 1 Year contract • Misc. Backhoe Work

SALERS.BULLS: 8 months to 2 years, ready to work or grow your own. Price to sell.7x20 foot. stock trailer, $1,250 or best offer. (660)788-3392

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 (www.forbesloa.org) or through our office. FORBES LAKE OF THE OZARKS PARK LAND OWNERS ASSOCIATION 26506 Gardiner Road, Edwards, MO 65326 660-438-4039

Hereford Bulls

REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS 7 bulls 15-17 months old,Low to Moderate Birth Weight.Good EPDs. Sire K205 & Preference $1750-$2250. Call 660-368-2560 or 816-456-5558

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

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