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Sydney Brink/Democrat Volunteer cosmetologist Debra Miller, of Warrensburg, trims George Goldsmith's hair while the Army veteran recites Bible scripture. In the background, Alicia Lantz, an employee barber/cosmetologist at the Missouri Veterans Home in Warrensburg, works on Warren Kenney's long locks. Alicia Lantz couldn’t get 200 haircuts done in every five weeks without the help of her volunteers. Lantz is a cosmetologist and certified nurse’s assistant at the Missouri Veterans Home in Warrensburg. She has been in charge of the barbershop at the home for the past five years. Geraldine Roberts, of Odessa, and Debra Miller, 28, of Warrensburg, volunteer their time and services to make sure veterans at the home not only get their hair cut, but their nails done, faces shaved, glasses cleaned and eyebrows trimmed. Roberts has been volunteering at the home since it opened in 2000. She started cutting hair when she was 17. She worked in a beauty shop for 15 years, but quit after she was married. While she works in the barbershop, her husband John works in the canteen. “We enjoy it — my husband and I do,” she said. Her first client of the day was Russell Westerhold, 86, of Odessa. “We’ve known each other since the ’70s,” Roberts said. Westerhold was a reserve police officer in Odessa and worked with Roberts’ husband. “I won’t let no one else cut it,” said Westerhold. “If she hadn’t shown up, I would have just waited.” Westerhold became a resident of the home on Dec. 31, 2009. He was transferred from a nursing home in Independence. Roberts said: “I had to laugh, I think, the first or second time I trimmed his hair. I said, ‘Did you ever think after all of the years of knowing each other that I was going to cut your hair?’ ” He said, ‘I didn’t think I’d ever be in here to let you cut my hair.’ ” The pair caught up during the haircut and said they share the same birthday, June 15. Roberts said, “He came in here and he said ‘Hi. How are you? Happy birthday. Let me give you a hug.’ That was bet-

ter than a cupcake.” Westerhold talked about his time in the service. He is an Army veteran of World War II. He was in the infantry and served in Germany. “We were going to take Berlin, but they stopped us,” he said. Westerhold’s wife of almost 62 years spotted him in the barbershop, after searching for him for 20 minutes. When she noticed he was swapping stories with Roberts, she laughed. He left the shop in good spirits and with a smile on his face. Miller started volunteering at the vet home a few months ago. She moved to Warrensburg in December because her husband was transferred to Whiteman Air Force Base. “It’s been fun. I used to do hair at a retirement facility in Jefferson City and I kind of like nursing homes. I found out there was a veterans home here. They said they had a volunteer opening, so I kind of fell into it,” she said. “It keeps me up on my hair and it helps them too.” George Goldsmith was happy to see Miller arrive. “She is very special,” he said. While she was cutting his hair, he quoted his favorite scripture readings to her. He also couldn’t help but talk about politics. “They come here to talk mostly. They like to tell their stories, laugh and have a good time,” she said. “It’s fun, I enjoy it. I would rather work in a nursing facility than a salon. They appreciate it so much more.” Lantz keeps track of the 200 residents the old-fashioned way. She has a box of index cards with each veteran’s name and picture on it, along with dates of when they got their hair cut. All veterans must be seen within five weeks. Though Roberts and Miller only volunteer a few days a month, their work does make a difference. When Lantz is on vacation or sick, the volunteers step up, fill in and keep everything on track.


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Moments In Time

The History Channel • On Oct. 19, 1869, work begins on one of the most ambitious Western engineering projects of the day: a 4-mile-long tunnel through the solid rock of the Comstock Lode mining district in Nevada to divert water. The tunnel drained some 2 million gallons of water from the mines per year.

• On Oct. 23, 1925, John William Carson, who would become famous as the longtime host of the popular late-night TV program "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson," is born in Corning, Iowa. Carson hosted "The Tonight Show" on NBC for 30 years, from 1962 to 1992. • On Oct. 22, 1957, U.S. military personnel suffer their first casualties in Vietnam when 13 Americans are wounded in three terrorist bombings of Military Assistance Advisory Group and U.S. Information Service installations in Saigon. The rising tide of guerrilla activity in South Vietnam reached an estimated 30 terrorist incidents by the end of the year. • On Oct. 17, 1968, Olympic gold medalist Tommie Smith and bronze medalist John Carlos are forced to return their awards because they raised their fists in a Black Power salute during the medal ceremony in Mexico City.


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• On Oct. 18, 1977, in the sixth game of the World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees outfielder Reggie Jackson hits three home runs in a row off of three consecutive pitches from three different pitchers. When the game ended, the field flooded with fans. They had a new hero: Reggie Jackson, now known as "Mr. October." • On Oct. 21, 1988, "Mystic Pizza," a romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts, Annabeth Gish and Lili Taylor as three young women who work at a pizza parlor in Mystic, Conn., opens in theaters. Matt Damon, then 18, also made his bigscreen debut in the film. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

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As seems to be so often the case around the Scott house, Amber got the toughest job. It started when she answered the front doorbell early Wednesday morning to find a Sedalia police officer standing there. It got rapidly worse when she came into our bathroom, where I was getting ready to shave. I could tell by the look in her eyes that something truly awful had happened. Just as she opened her mouth to speak, I saw she was holding a well worn brown leather collar. “Grace got out of the yard somehow, and she’s been hit by a car and killed over on Broadway.” I think she said something else, but I didn’t really hear it. I’m not the least bit ashamed to admit that I laid across the bed and cried for several minutes. How do you say goodbye to a good partner and a better friend after 10 years? I’ve barely begun to process that, but there’s one good-bye Amber and I couldn’t have had except for that police officer. He went way beyond the call of duty not only to bring Grace’s body home, but also to do it with dignity and sensitivity. Amber didn’t get his name, but if I were still in law enforcement, he’s the kind of man I’d want at my side. We buried Grace at one of her favorite places — a friend’s farm not far from town. Amy, the beagle pup I’d intended to be Grace’s protégé went along. The last time the two dogs had been there, Amy went wherever Grace went and tried her best to do whatever Grace did. After Grace was laid away, Amy and I went for a walk. She acted like the fourmonth-old pup she is and had no desire to do anything but stay close by my side. While Amber and I were eating lunch, I commented that a lot of hopes and dreams had been shattered that morning. Amber agreed but pointed out that I’ve trained a lot of pups that turned out well without the help of an older dog. That’s true, and I know I’ll get there eventually, but I’m not ready to think that far ahead right now. Then she asked me which of my hunts with Grace had been the best. What a question! Grace helped put 206 rabbits in my game bag and somewhere around 40 in bags of various friends. And that doesn’t count the 100 or so bunnies she ran that lived to tell the tale. Sitting there at the dining room table, the

GERALD SCOTT ... is an outdoors writer and columnist for The Plainsman

first hunt that came to mind was the time I took my stepfather along as a nonhunting observer. Grace jumped a rabbit out of some short grass on top of a dike, and the ensuing chase went 400 yards east before looping north. We could see as well as hear most of the action. Grace had just turned back west, when Pat whispered in amazement, “The rabbit’s sitting right beside me.” He leaned back, I leaned forward, and the rabbit was duly dispatched. Grace stayed with the track until she arrived where her prize was waiting. Pat was duly impressed, and I just about busted my buttons. But if I had to pick one hunt, it would be a cold afternoon late in the season at Marshall Junction Conservation Area. Grace had a rabbit running along a field edge that had been feathered several years previously by the Missouri Department of Conservation’s area manager, and even with the help of 3 inches of fresh snow, the only place along the chase’s route I could find where I had any chance at all of intercepting the bunny was overgrown with saplings. The first time she brought the rabbit past me, I didn’t see it at all. Not to worry, because when Grace was on a track, the chase ended either with the rabbit in hand or down a hole she couldn’t dig it out of. The second time, I got a shot but missed. Hey! It was a tough shot. The third pass, I missed again. When Grace came by, she stopped for a full minute and just stared at me. Some people claim that dogs can’t talk, but I distinctly heard her say, “Just what part of shoot the #%$&# rabbit don’t you understand?” Thoroughly chastised, when she gave me a fourth chance, I did my duty. Grace brought me the rabbit. It was one of two times in her life that she retrieved game. At this writing, neither Amy nor I have fully comprehended, let alone accepted, our new reality. But we will. We owe Grace’s memory no less.

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*** On the floor I am more at ease. I feel nearer, more a part of the painting, since this way I can walk around it, work from the four sides and literally be in the painting. —Jackson Pollock ***

Health & Safety

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(NAPS)—Parents of young children need to be better educated in order to avoid making potentially dangerous safety mistakes when they are on the go. The Problem Automobile crashes remain a leading cause of death for children and it’s important that parents consistently and correctly use the appropriate car seat to keep their child passengers safe. Many parents may be unknowingly endangering their children as three out of four car seats are not used correctly, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Some Answers Busy parents and caregivers may be tempted by safety shortcuts when transporting children. AAA offers simple reminders to protect parents’ most precious cargo. Shortcut: “I’m only driving a mile from home, so my son doesn’t need to be secured in his car seat since it’s a short trip.” Reminder: You should buckle up properly on every trip— no matter the distance—espe- With three out of four child safety seats cially since most crashes occur not properly installed, consulting an expert can be critical to ensure that chilclose to home. Shortcut: “I’m picking up dren are secured in the safest manner several kids after soccer prac- possible. tice and I’m going to put my 8year-old daughter in the front seat so all the children can fit into the car.” Reminder: All children under age 13 are safest when riding in the backseat and properly restrained in a car seat, booster seat or seat belt. Shortcut: “We will be driving more people in our car than we have seat belts. Since it’s a short trip, it’s not a big deal for someone to ride on another person’s lap.” Reminder: It’s never safe to ride on another person’s lap. Each passenger should be properly restrained on every trip. Shortcut: “My son is 10 years old and 4’6” tall. He’s big enough to use a seat belt now.” Reminder: The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends children continue to use belt-positioning booster seats until they are 4’9” and the seat belt fits properly. Help For Parents Fortunately, AAA experts are available to help parents with car seat installation. Visit an AAA club, go to or call (866) SEATCHECK [(866) 732-8243]. Learn More For additional information on AAA’s child passenger safety resources for parents and caregivers, visit seat.

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9 PM 9:30 FOX 4 News at 9 p.m. Blue Bloods (N) M c L a u gh T o C o n tr a r y 20/20 (SP) Blue Bloods (N) 20/20 (SP) KCTV News at 9:00 p.m.

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www. Highlights this week

Wednesday World Series (4)

6:30 p.m.

Baseball’s biggest event begins as the winners of the National League take on the American League champs in Game 1 of the World Series.The two teams play for the Commissioner’s Trophy, as well as coveted championship rings, in a best-of-seven playoff.

Thursday Charlie’s Angels (9) (17)

7:00 p.m.

When ruthless kidnappers target a family, Charlie sends his Angels to the rescue.The beauties soon discover the kidnapping part of a larger plot, and Charlie suspects Abby’s father could have some clues to the case, forcing a reunion.

Friday American Restoration (HIST)

Saturday Dateline: Real Life Mysteries (TLC)

7:30 p.m.

Suburgatory More teen angst bubbles to the surface when Jane Levy stars as a 16-yearold city girl stuck in the picture-perfect suburbs in “Suburgatory,” airing Wednesday, Sept. 19, on ABC. Jeremy Sisto stars as her protective father, who moved his daughter away from the bright lights of New York hoping to give her a better life.

SUNDAY 10/23

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PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9 PM 9:30 MLB Baseball World Series (L) The Amazin g Race (N) CSI:Miami "Killer Regrets" (N) The Good Wife (N) Nature "Radioactive Wolves" Masterpiece Mystery! "Case Histories" 2/3 cont'd Oct 30 (N) NFL Fo otball Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints Site: Louisiana Superdome (L) Desperate Housewives (N) Pan Am (N) Once Upon "Pilot" (P) (N) The Amazin g Race (N) The Good Wife (N) CSI:Miami "Killer Regrets" (N) Once Upon "Pilot" (P) (N) Desperate Housewives (N) Pan Am (N) NFL Fo otball Indianapolis Colts vs. New Orleans Saints Site: Louisiana Superdome (L)   From Hell ('01, Thril) Heather Graham, Johnny Depp. KCTV News Off the Pitch

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7:00 p.m.

A woman is arrested for killing her husband during a hunting trip but she insists she thought he was a bear trying to attack her.This series examines the most outrageous and rare crime cases.

Wednesday (9) (17)

8:00 p.m.

It’s a blast from the past with two backto-back new episodes. First, a scooter from 1962 tempts the guys to take a joy ride. Later,Rick may be in over his head when a client brings in a tractor from the ‘50s and he’s not sure what to do.

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Sunday Is There Life on Mike? (DISC)

7:00 p.m.

Host Mike Rowe reveals some fascinating facts about the human body in this premiere. Scientists take a look at the kind of organisms that live on the human body, from the flora in the digestive tract to the fauna that populates human skin and hair.

Monday Monster In-Laws (A&E)

9:00 p.m.

Therapist Mel Robbins forces a man and his father-in-law to switch places to gain some perspective on their bickering.The series follows real family drama as relationship experts step in to help married couples make peace with their meddling in-laws.

Tuesday Top Shot (HIST)

9:00 p.m.

The final four competitors face their toughest challenge yet as they vie for the $100,000 prize in the season finale. Two contestants are eliminated after gruelling challenges and the last two marksmen are pushed to the limit before a champion is crowned.

MONDAY 10/24

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PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 (6:30) MLB Baseball World Series (L) Met-Mother Girls (N) Two and Half M&M (N) Antiques Roadshow Antiques Roadshow The Sing-Off "Top 8 Groups: Hip-Hop Hits" (N) Dancing With the Stars (N) Two and Half M&M (N) Met-Mother Girls (N) Dancing With the Stars (N) The Sing-Off "Top 8 Groups: Hip-Hop Hits" (N) Law&O.:SVU "Bad Blood" SVU "Russian Love Poem"




FOX 4 News Hawaii Five-0 (N) Whisper:SilentCrisis Prime Suspect Castle "Demons" (N) Hawaii Five-0 (N) Castle "Demons" (N) Prime Suspect KCTV News at 9:00 p.m.

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PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 The X Factor "Wildcard" (L) NCIS "Thirst" (N) NCIS: LA "Lone Wolf" (N) H i s t o r y D e t ec t i v e s Fron tlin e "Death by Fire" The Biggest Loser The contestants are tempted with candy. (N) Last Man (N) Man Up! (N) Dancing Resu lts (N) NCIS: LA "Lone Wolf" (N) NCIS "Thirst" (N) Last Man (N) Man Up! (N) Dancing Resu lts (N) The Biggest Loser The contestants are tempted with candy. (N) Cold Case "Sherri Darlin'" Cold Case "Hubris"



9:30 FOX 4 News

Un forgettable Wo m en "Peace Unveiled" (N) Par e n th oo d Bo dy o f Proo f (N) Un forgettable Bo dy o f Proo f (N) Par e n th oo d KCTV News at 9:00 p.m.

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2011 MOBILE HOME Stimulus Package, Cash for Clunkers, $25,000 trade-In, Landowner’s Discount. 417-414-8695

SUN., OCT. 23, 12:30 P.M.

AUCTION AT LC’S 2 blks. S. of I-70 at Concordia, Mo.

Wood Splitter, 57 in. & Other TV’s, Furniture & Appliances & More! Please view at ID 16837

Since 1998 Your Locale or Ours


Col. Landy W. Caldwell, Auctioneer ~ 660-463-1144 Cell 660-238-0074 Richard W. Fricke, Agent ~ 660-641-3312


Since we are discontinuing our Rent-All business, we will sell the following described equipment and tools at public auction located 27308 S. Orchard Road, Harrisonville, Mo. (1 mile south of Harrisonville, Mo., on Highway 71, then ½ mile east on South 7 Highway and ¼ mile north on Orchard Road)


SKID LOADERS, TRACK HOE, BACK HOE & TRENCHERS 2008 Bobcat S130 skid steer, diesel, 62” bucket, 62” tooth bucket, SN-A3KY11191, new tires, 913 hrs.; 2005 Bobcat 463 skid steer, diesel, 44” bucket, 44” tooth bucket, SN-538913199, 578 hrs.; 2006 Bobcat 323 track hoe, diesel, 16” bucket, 1384 hrs.; Terramite T5D back hoe, Kohler gas engine, 16” and 6” buckets, SN-5D990965, 2187 hrs.; Ditch Witch Model 1820 trencher, 4’ depth capacity; Ditch Witch ZAHN Model R230, 4’ depth capacity; Ground Hog trencher, 5 hsp. gas engine, 12” depth capcity; Pallet fork att. For Bobcat skid steer; Post hole digger att. w/12” auger for Bobcat skid steer. EQUIPMENT 2 Kaeser M26 portable diesel compressors; Portable Grimmer Schmidt 125 air compressor, gas engine; Portable Whiteman cement mixer w/13 hsp. gas engine, 9 cu. ft.; Swisher portable log splitter w/5 hsp. gas engine, 22 T. pump; Log splitter, gas engine, portable, 22 T. pump; Power Tek stump grinder, 24 hsp. Kohler engine; DT All Terrain field & brush trimmer, 24” deck w/15 hsp. Kawasaki engine; Plate compactor w/new Honda 5 hsp. engine; 2006 JD GX335 garden tractor, 54” deck, 20 hsp. Kawasaki engine, 424 hrs.; 2 2009 Troy Bilt Super Bronco rear tine tillers, 5 hsp.; Bill Jax scaffolding, 11 sections; Bill Jax baker scaffolding, 4 sections; 9 walk boards; Leveling jacks; 2 Billy Goat verti-cuts w/5-1/2 hsp. gas engines; Power Rake w/5-1./2 hsp. gas engine; 2006 Blue Bird power plugger, SN-H424, 4 hsp. engine; 2 Ground Hog 1-man on wheels post hole diggers, 9” & 12” augers; Earthquake 2-man post hole diggers, 6” & 8”, 5-1/2 hsp. Honda engine; Badger 1-man post hole digger w/gas engine; 2 Ground Hog 2-man post hole diggers w/5-1/2 hsp. engines; Shark power washer w/heater w/7 hsp. gas engine, 2400 psi; 13 hsp. Honda gas engine; Dewalt elec. impact wrench; 2 angle grinders; Concrete vibrator; Herd 3-pt. grass seeder; Tow Behind plugger; Push mower; 2 space heaters; Several alum. ext. ladders, 20’ to 38’; 10’ step ladder; 2 dry wall lifts; Titan industrial generator, 7000 watt, manual start; Coleman generator, 3200 watt; 2 2” water pumps; Power washer w/Honda engine, 2700 psi; 2 power trowels w/5-1/2 hsp. Honda engines; Honda 13 hsp. gas engine; Sandblaster; Camper jacks; 2 100’ drain augers w/elec. motors; 2 75’ drain augers w/elec. motors. TRAILERS & TOW DOLLIES Flatbed 2-axle trailer, 16’, 2’ dove, tilt, hydraulic brakes; Utility trailer, 14’, ramps, 2-axle, hydraulic brakes; Utility single axle trailer, 6’ x 10’; Utility trailer, single axle, 5’ x 10’; Utility trailer, single axle, 6’ x 10’; 2 Kar Kaddy tow dollies. TOOLS 3 Bosch Brute elec. jack hammers; 4 air jack hammers; Engine hoist; Transmission jack, 1500 lb.; Hydraulic ram, 4 T.; Orbitable vibrator sander; Makita rotary hammer drill, HR3851, with various bits; Stud guns; 2 Stihl cut-off saws, 16” & 14”, gas engines; Elec. cut-off saw, 12”; 4 2” elec. water pumps; 2 3/4” elec. water pumps; Milwaukee right angle elec. drill; Milwaukee portable elec. band saw; Tile saw; 2 T. press; Foley Model 387 automatic saw filer; Lincoln elec. welder; 2 floor edgers; 2 drum sanders, 8”; Acetylene torch set; Titan air compressor w/5-1/2 hsp. Honda engine; Elec. air compressor; Guardian drill press; Air nailer & staplers; 2 jam saws; Air roofing nailer; 3 framing air nailers; 2” to 5” core bits for hammer drill; Gear pullers; Automotive tools; Pipe threaders; Dry wall sander & vac; Carpet power stretcher; Carpet knee kicker; Carpet steam iron; Carpet dryer fans; Thermax carpet shampooer; Carpet Magic carpet shampooer; Humidifier; Floor stripper; Ceiling texture sprayer; Various saw blades; Assorted sand paper; Misc. hand tools; Wallpaper steamer; Elec. airless paint sprayer; Concrete tools; Floor buffers; 1 lot of hydraulic bottle jacks. NOTE: This is a fine offering of well maintained equipment. Public viewing of equipment will be Friday, October 21, 10:00am to 2:00pm. TERMS: Cash or check w/proper ID Not responsible for accidents Lunch served Restroom facilities on premises


LARRY & AARON CANTRELL, AUCTIONEERS ARCHIE, MO ~ 816-293-5847 or 816-645-1024

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Q: I am heartbroken that Fox has canceled “America’s Most Wanted.” I’ve watched the show since the beginning, and I am so proud of all the good John Walsh and his crew have done to “get those dirtbags off the streets”! Is there an address for Fox that we can write to, hopefully to change their minds? -- Gertrude T., via email A: I have good news for you, Gertrude. Lifetime Television recently announced that it has picked up John Walsh’s top crime-fighting show, which will return for its 25th season later this year. While there is not an exact airdate scheduled as of this writing, keep an eye on this column for updates as I get them. Also, check online at as December gets closer for my exclusive interview with John Walsh about the resurrection of “AMW” on Lifetime. I’m sure we’ll also talk about all those “creeps” and “slimeballs” that John will be trying to capture this upcoming season. *** Q: I loved the TV show “Lost” and have been wondering about the man who played Sawyer. He is such a good actor. Do you have any info on what he’s doing now? -- Janet R., Newark, Ohio A: The handsome Josh Holloway, 42, has been keeping pretty busy since “Lost” ended last year. You can see him again soon on the big screen in “Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol.” In the movie, which hits theaters on Dec. 21, Josh plays Trevor Hanaway, a member of Ethan Hunt’s (played by Tom Cruise) Mission Impossible force, along with Ving Rhames and Academy Award-nominee Jeremy Renner. *** Q: I really liked your idea a few months back of having Beth Littleford (of “Crazy Stupid Love”) playing James Spader’s wife in “The Office” this season, but now I hear Maura Tierney has been tapped for the part. Is that true? If so, what do

Josh Holloway you think about that? Ñ Holly T., via e-mail A: While Maura is no stranger to comedy -- she co-starred on “News Radio” from 1995-99 -- she usually plays the straight (wo)man, which is exactly what James Spader needs, now that we are getting a better idea of what his character, Robert California, is like. So now I make this modest proposal: How about we cast Beth as Robert’s Scranton mistress? Her offbeat and hilarious sense of humor, along with her improv skills and deadpan humor, would make her the perfect “secret lover” for the new boss, as well as an excellent foil for the rest of the cast. Are you listening, Paul Lieberstein and crew? *** Q: I really like the reality/survival series, “The Colony,” on the Discovery Channel. When will the third season start? -- Jane R., Philadelphia A: According to a Discovery Channel representative, currently there are no plans to bring “The Colony” back in 2011. I’ll keep checking and keep you posted as I learn any more details for 2012. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

Oct. 19-20. 2011


House -Sale




FRESHLY PAINTED 3 BR, two-story home with lots of old-time charm & many newer updates. Good central Sedalia location. $42,500. #61692. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. (660)827-0900


Warrensburg, MO Case-IH JX55 2X4 Excellent Kubota: L3600 4x4, 31HP with loader L4150 40HP with Canopy, nice M7040 4x4, 308 hours, loader Ford/New Holland: TC29D 4x4 with loader TC33DA 4x4 with loader 3910 Diesel 4x4 with loader 3930 with Loader & Canopy 7600 Diesel 84HP with loader John Deere: Compact 4x4 Loader Models: 790, 4300, 4310 2155 Diesel 45HP with loader 2240 Diesel 50HP with loader 2640 Diesel 70HP 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


SUPER 4 BR, 2.5 bath home with finished basement & machine shed on 51 stunning acres. Smithton Schools. Your very own paradise! $289,900. #61687. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri. (660)827-0900

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


Acreage -Sale


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.

31.5 ACRES South of Stover All timber on county road. Turkey and Deer Hunting. For more information call (573)377-2716

PORTABLE TUB AND ALLEYWAY SYSTEM, $1600. CONTINOUS FENCE Panels, 6-bar, 20 ft. $78. 7-bar, 20 ft. $89. Post pipe 2 3/8� $1/ft; 2 7/8�, $1.45/ft. Heavy gates. Portable panels, 12’ $ 85. Quantity discounts. J&J Welding, 1 mi. E. of Windsor on 52 to Swisher Rd., S. 2 mi. to Brandon Rd., W. 1/2 mi., 2nd place on left.

 Farm -Sale


BEAUTIFUL, ROLLING 242 acres of CRP land with Blackwater River frontage near Houstonia. $696,000. #59199. Real Estate Brokers of Missouri (660)827-0900


GRAY GELDING $450. Broke to ride. Call (660)886-1319.

DUROC & CHESTER WHITE Boars, breeding age. Small group - call early. Delivery available. Call 660-619-0108


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

FALL CALVING CROSS bred heifers, pairs, superior genetics. SemAngus, Balancer bulls, 18 month forage developed, calving ease, guaranteed. Bob Harriman/Rotert, Mont Rose, MO 660-492-2504,

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08 Gr. Caravan 1-owner....12995 06 Buick Rendezvous AWD10995 05 Town & Country..............7495 08 Escape 4wd...................13495 07 Saturn Vue AWD 78K ...13995 04 Suburban 4wd ..............10995 03 Tahoe 4wd.......................9995 02 Mountaineer AWD ..........6995 99 Cadi Escalade AWD .......6495 98 Blazer 4wd ......................4995 94 Jeep Wrangler 4wd ........6495 08 Impala LT.......................10995 08 Focus 29K.....................11995 08 Camry 1-Own................12995 08 Fusion Loaded..............11995 07 Chevy HHR......................8495 07 Buick LaCrosse..............9995 07 Mustang 73K.................13495 07 Cobalt 1-owner...............8995 05 Mustang 74K.................10495 02 Gr.Prix .............................5995 00 Gr. Am 1-owner...............4995 00 Mazda 626.......................3995 07 Chevy CrewCab 4wd....17495 06 Chevy XCab 4wd 1-Own........14995 05 Chevy XCab 4wd..........12995 04 GMC XCab 4wd.............12995 04 Chevy XCab 4wd..........12995 03 Ford SuperCrew 4wd...10995 Lots More In Stock

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YOUNG COWS, Calving Now. 225 Black & Black White Face Cows, 75 Red Angus Cross and Charolais Cross Cows. Gentle & priced reasonable. Call 660-537-6247 or 660-838-6247.


50-pound bags, 60¢ per pound Call Tim Dove (660)527-3200 or (660)596-1273

600 Industrial Dr. Sedalia, MO

REGISTERED LIMOUSIN Bulls, polled, docile, 2 years old, semen tested. Ridgeview Acres Limousin. 660-668-3954, leave message


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GELBVIEH BULLS Red and Black, Purebred and Registered, Calving Ease, Will Semem Test. Call 660-694-3387, leave message.



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FALL PERFORMANCE TESTED BULL SALE OCT. 22, 2011, 11:00 A.M. Registered Bulls: 67 Black Angus, 20 Charolais, 6 Red Angus and 1 Hereford MEAD FARMS BUB RAITHEL Barnett, MO 573-253-1664 INDIAN CREEK DIVISION Alan Mead Versailles, MO 573-216-0210

Martin’s Tractor

SMALL SQUARE BALES mixed grass hay. $3.75 per bale. Will help load. (660)547-2737 Lincoln area.



11 KNIFE NH3 Applicator, pull-type, with coulters and cover disks, has NH3 controller, $3500. 60-GALLON Air compressor, 220 volt, $100. Call (660)631-4371 or (660)641-3367.

Small Square Bales Mixed grass hay. Also, 3 point, 9-shank, chisel plow. Also steel fence posts. Call 660-747-3177


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