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November 16-17, 2011

Serving the communities of Warrensburg, Marshall, Clinton and Knob Noster

Staying put can be challenge for couple as they volunteer for several organizations

By Bob Satnan


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Bob Stanan/Democrat Gene and Jo Colvin, of Sedalia, donate much of their time supporting the American Red Cross.

Jo Colvin holds an image of a Hurricane Katrina victim holding a sign requesting food or water since he and his neighbors had been without nourishment for two days. “That says it all,” Jo said, explaining why she gives so much of her time to the American Red Cross. She said Samuel, the man in the Katrina photo, is “the sweetest man” and once she and other volunteers helped him, he stayed with the Red Cross crew and worked to help others. Jo worked in the Katrina-ravaged bayou for three months, coming home just four days before Thanksgiving 2005. Once she got home, the Red Cross asked her to return; her grandchildren didn’t like the idea. “It affects your family,” she said. “It’s hard, but sometimes you have to stay home.” Staying put is a challenge for Jo and her husband, Gene. Both volunteer substantial amounts of time to the Red Cross, and Gene is a race official for NASCAR, so he is on the road many weeks throughout the year. Years ago, Jo and Gene decided to make two-year time commitments to various groups, including United Way, CASA and Special Olympics. But Jo said when they started working with Red Cross, she knew, “This is where I need to be.” The Colvins’ bond with Red Cross began in 2004 when Hurricane Ivan hit the Atlantic coast. Gene was preparing to head out of town for a race and Jo asked, “What if I went to help?” Jo was at the Red Cross chapter in Kansas City the next day, then was flown to the disaster area within 24 hours after that. Gene said Jo works about five days a month with the local Red Cross chapter, mainly assisting with fires but she also did a lot of work when the tornado hit Sedalia in May. In those circumstances, Jo, who serves on the chapter’s board of directors, helps set up hotel rooms for displaced families, and makes sure people have proper medications, eye glasses, insulin and food. Jo heaped praise on Tom Adermann, general manager of the Best Western State Fair Inn, for his efforts when disaster strikes locally. “He is so good,” Jo said. “We couldn’t have anyone better” when it comes to providing shelter for families displaced by fires or storms. But the Red Cross is not the only beneficiary of the Colvins’ volunteer spirit. Four generations of their family work on behalf of Salvation

Army, especially at Christmas time. It is a tradition started by Jo’s mother, Geneva Ford Stout, who used to ring bells at the red kettle when they lived in Arizona and would bring her four daughters with her. “We ring bells as much as we can,” Jo said, noting that their grandson Adam, 3, brings in more money than anyone in the family when he is helping out. The Colvins’ daughter, Rebecca, lives in a group home, and Jo and Gene bring the residents out to ring bells. Jo said the residents enjoy the experience, and she and Gene watch them from a distance to let them have their independence, but still be supervised. Jo also does customer service work for the Missouri State Fair. Fair Director Mark Wolfe said the staff there knows that the Red Cross work is Jo’s “first love, it’s something she is dedicated to.” So when disaster strikes and Jo needs to hit the road, Wolfe lets her take all the time she needs. “We’re glad to have her when we do. She is a tremendous help around here,” Wolfe said. “She has the true spirit of a volunteer, and she works hard at anything she takes on.” Wolfe not only appreciates Jo’s volunteerism, but also her sense of humor. “She is comical as all get out ... it’s fun to have her around,” he said. Also at Christmas, Jo and Gene lend a hand to family friend Carol McMillin and the Community Santa program. Last year, with the help of a couple of their grandchildren, they made 35 to 40 baskets of cookies that were distributed to needy seniors along with holiday food vouchers. “There’s nothing like homemade cooking at Christmas,” Jo said. The Colvins plan to help out again this year, only it will be cupcakes instead of cookies. Gene said their kitchen becomes an assembly line, with their grandchildren and Rebecca’s group home residents pitching in. “Putting a little sparkle in someone’s eyes — that is what you do it for,” Jo said. Gene stressed the Sedalia area’s generosity, saying, “This is a very giving town.” As an example, the Colvins pointed to May’s tornado. “We spent less than $100 over five days (on food) thanks to all of the donations,” Jo said. That giving spirit drives the Colvins every day. “Red Cross is why God put us on this earth,” Jo said. “It is my calling, where I am supposed to be.”


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(NAPS)—While family caregiving can be rewarding, it can make life more stressful for those providing the care. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this type of stress affects women more then men. Women caregivers tend to offer more assistance, such as managing physical needs. Three out of four caregivers, men and women, report feeling strained emotionally, physically or financially. The stress involved can be worse for caregivers of the elderly, as it is hard to watch a parent lose cognitive abilities. It’s not unusual for caregivers to develop health problems of their own. Part of the reason is that they are less likely to take good care of themselves due to time and money constraints imposed by caregiving. Caregivers may not have the time for regular checkups, may not fill a pre- Care For The Caregiver: It’s not unusual scription due to cost, miss for caregivers to develop health probsleep or forget to eat healthy lems of their own. They are less likely to meals. make time to take good care of themIt’s very important for care- selves. givers to recognize their own limits. Here are a few tips to help: •Find out about caregiving resources in your community. •Don’t do it alone. Ask for and accept help. Ask family members to do their share. •Simplify your life and reduce other sources of stress. Make “to do” lists. •Stay in touch with family and friends. •Join a support group. •Make time to get away and have fun. •Consider home care supportive services. A home Care Professional can coordinate a patient’s plan of care under the direction of his or her doctor. A wide range of treatments and procedures that were once performed in a hospital can now be delivered at home. Trained clinicians teach individuals and their families self-management for chronic conditions or help with recovery from an illness or injury. Supportive services from a home care company can help with bathing, preparing meals, shopping, companionship, transportation and limited light housework.

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Thursday Friday Katie Couric Special Live With Regis and Kelly (9) (17)

7:00 p.m.

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6:30 p.m.

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9:00 a.m.

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The family organizes a community drive when a neighbor’s house burns down in “Modern Family,” airing Wednesday, Nov. 19, on ABC. However, their good deed goes awry when Jay throws his back out, Cameron has problems with a huge moving truck and Claire discovers Mitchell and Gloria have been spending a lot of time together.

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HEIDER 6X12 Auger Wagon with horizontal 14’ unloading auger. Call 660-886-7049

In addition to our regular run held at 11:00 AM, we will sell the following:

• Herd dispersal - 45 Blk & BWF Cows, 3yrs old – BM, approx. half with calves, remainder 2nd & 3rd period, bred to Black bull; 1 Black Bull • Herd dispersal – 49 Blk & BWF Cows, 3 – 7 yrs old, 2nd & 3rd period, bred to Black Balancer bull; 4 year old Black Balancer Bull • 29 mixed cows, 7 yrs old – SS, 2nd & 3rd period


AHLMEYER: 40 Blk Cows with Calves, 150300 lbs., 4 yrs. to 7 yrs. old. SLEEPER: 50 Blk & BWF Cows, 4-6 yrs., 25 with Calves, rem. 2nd & 3rd per. HOLLENBECK: 41 Blk & BWF Cows, 4 yrs. to SS, 17 with Calves, rem. 2nd & 3rd period. K. TILMAN: 15 Pairs, 4 yrs. to 6 yrs. old, 12 blk & BWF; 3 Red Angus WARNER: 7 Reg. Blk Cows, 3 yrs. to 8 yrs. with Fall Calves NICHOLS: 30 Blk & Red Cows, 5 yrs. to BM, 2nd & 3rd per. R. JOHNSON: 12 Mixed Cows, 5-8 yrs., 2nd & 3rd per. 10 BLK COWS WITH CALVES: SS B. CORPENING: 36 Blk & BWF Cows, 4 yrs. to SS, 2nd & 3rd per., Bred Meade Angus Bulls. DON HUMPHREY: 50 Blk & Red Cows, 4 yrs. to SS, 35 with Calves, rem. 2nd & 3rd period. CANTRELL: 25 Blk & BWF Cows, 3 to 6 yrs. old, 2nd & 3rd period, Bred Angus Bull. BULLOCK: 35 Mixed Cows, 3 to 5 yrs. old, 25 with Calves. VESSOR: Mostly Black Cows, with 200-300 lb. Calves, 3 to 6 yrs. old.


NOTE: Several Good Bred Cows and Pairs. All Cows Off Farms Within 50 Miles. Sale Starts at Noon with Pairs First.

WINDSOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION 660-647-5444 Rodney Drenon 660-890-4898 Jake Drenon 660-351-6000

Make list of must-haves for deer hunt GERALD For fanatical deer hunters — including those who’ve been bowhunting for the past eight weeks — life gets hectic the last few days before opening day of the firearms deer season. For the one-weekend-per-year crowd, confusion reigns supreme. In either case, the odds that some vital, semivital or I-wish-I-had-one-of-those items will be left behind increase geometrically with the distance between the hunter’s home and his hunting grounds. I’ve proven this to be true by scientific methodology, and I’m sure you all know what that means. Permits top the list of things not to forget, and enough hunters forget to purchase them to make hunting without the proper permits(s) high on the list of violations encountered by conservation agents. I learned how inconvenient this memory lapse can be when I parked my car a few hundred yards from a spot I’d been dreaming about bowhunting for months. I reached into the glove box to transfer a deer and a turkey permit to my coat pocket only to discover that there weren’t any permits to transfer. The only thing I could do was return to town. I bought my permits the next day. This story does have a happy ending because the first time I hunted that stand I shot both a deer and a turkey from it within an hour of each other. This year, hunters will have to remember to carry some means of attaching the new, nonsticky permits to their deer. I folded my permit in half and then punched a hole throughout — trying my best to avoid any pertinent information. I plan to wrap the permit around my deer’s hock and then fasten it there with a small plastic cable tie. Whatever means you choose, make sure the permit stays put until the deer arrives at its processing location but is removable so the Telecheck ID number can be written on it prior to reattaching the permit to the deer. A blaze orange vest and hat are as unforgettable as permits. Except on conservation areas where only archery methods are legal, wearing blaze orange is both a legal and a common sense requirement for all hunters during any of the various firearms deer seasons. Ammunition is another easily forgotten, yet vital item. Just to prove it could be done, take my blackpowder hunt 200 miles from home as an example. I realized that I didn’t load the large tackle box that held my powder, bullets, primers, cleaning kit and approximately a zillion

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.

MON., NOV. 21, 6:30PM

Don’t forget your permits


Good shape, 70% tracks, $17,500. Call (816)510-1705

Sedalia, Missouri

You may view our auction at For more information or to arrange trucking, call: Sale Barn, 660-826-8286 E.H. Fowler, 660-473-1048 Jay Fowler, 660-473-1582 Cary Brodersen, 660-473-6373

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

other blackpowder accessories. Maybe I shouldn’t include an efficient hunting knife on my list of things not to forget, because leaving your knife at home is the surest way to need it I know. If you believed I left my blackpowder box behind as a demonstration, there’s a chance you’ll believe I’ve left my Buck Folding Hunter at home twice just so I could see what an interesting chore field-dressing a deer with a 1-inch penknife can be. Both pairs of gloves and single gloves all too often get left behind, albeit only when the weather is or becomes bitterly cold. My own gloves have become so adept at evading capture the night before opening day, I stash hopefully matched pairs in my car, in the pockets of all of my coats and in my fanny pack. Now let’s see them all hide at the same time! For many hunters, food and water don’t get forgotten, because they weren’t on the take list in the first place. It took me decades to learn that having food and water — especially water — readily available makes hunting less of an endurance contest. In the real world, this means that hunters who have quart of water and a couple of protein bars in their pockets stay in the woods longer. Hunters who spend more time hunting, kill more deer. It really is as simple as that. Although I forget mine an embarrassing number of times per year, a decent — by which I mean better than the one in a phone — digital camera should be an item not to forget. Once in a lifetime moments are exactly that. I’ve never heard anyone say, “I wish I hadn’t taken pictures of those two bucks fighting or of that sunrise or of my first 10-pointer while he was still in the woods.” The last, but by far most important thing not to forget, is the right attitude. Some of you will be pursuing outsized antlers with a zeal unmatched since the Crusaders sought the Holy Grail. Others, myself included, put equal mental and physical effort into harvesting enough deer to insure their families a full year’s supply of red meat. There’s nothing inherently improper in either of those approaches to deer hunting. Or more correctly, there’s nothing wrong with concentrating on one facet of deer hunting so long as that facet doesn’t block the view of what the sport is supposed to be about, returning to the natural world from which our species sprang.

Martin’s Tractor Machinery

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 POLY SQUARE CALF HUTS, $205. Hog panels $ 12. Heavy built brand, 7-ton Self-feeder and other calf equipment. 660-202-2052

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


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


2 PURE BREEDER BOARS approximately 80 lbs. each. 14 feeder pigs about 50 llbs. each. Call 816-728-2411 or 816-728-4200

PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS Bull, 3 yearr old, calving ease, good bull- $1500 or best offer; 4 large Feeder Pigs- $55 each, (2) 350 lb purebred Jersey heifers- $500 each; nice 6 ft heavy-duty Brush Hog,- $500.



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

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Moments In Time The History Channel

• On Nov. 6, 1854, John Philip Sousa, "The March King," is born in Washington, D.C. Following the Civil War, Sousa served a seven-year apprenticeship in the Marine Band, then went on to compose 136 marches, including "The Washington Post" (1889) and "Stars And Stripes Forever" (1896). • On Oct. 31, 1892, "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," by Arthur Conan Doyle, is published. The book was the first collection of Holmes stories. University of Edinburgh teacher Dr. Joseph Bell partly inspired Doyle's character Sherlock Holmes.

• On Nov. 2, 1902, engineer Andrew Riker delivers the first four-cylinder, gaspowered Locomobile -- a 12-horsepower Model C made of manganese, bronze and heat-treated steel -- to a buyer in New York City. At $4,000, the elegant, luxurious touring car was built for wealthy patrons.

• On Nov. 4, 1928, Arnold Rothstein, New York's most notorious gambler, is shot and killed during a poker game at the Park Central Hotel in Manhattan. Police made arrests after following his trail of blood back to a suite where a group of men were playing cards. • On Nov. 5, 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt is re-elected for an unprecedented third term as president of the United States, with the promise of maintaining American neutrality in foreign wars. The day after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt requested, and received, a declaration of war against Japan. • On Nov. 1, 1959, Jacques Plante of the Montreal Canadiens becomes the first NHL goaltender to wear a full facemask. Despite the coach's objection, Plante put his foot down, pointing out that he'd "already had four broken noses, a broken jaw, two broken cheekbones and almost 200 stitches" in his head.

• On Nov. 3, 1976, "Carrie," a horror film starring Sissy Spacek and based on Stephen KingÕs 1974 best-selling first novel, opens in theaters around the United States. The film tells the story of high-school outcast Carrie White, who uses her telekinetic powers to exact a violent revenge on her teenage tormenters on prom night. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc.

November 16-17, 2011



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Jerry Baker Auto Sales 600 Industrial Dr. Sedalia, MO


06 Pontiac G6.................................9495 08 Fusion Loaded........................11495 07 Mustang 73K...........................12995 07 Buick LaCrosse ........................9995 08 Impala LT.................................10995 07 Chevy HHR................................8495 05 Mustang 74K...........................10495 08 Focus 29K................................11995 07 Cobalt 1-owner..........................8995 02 Focus.........................................5995 02 Gr.Prix........................................5995 00 Gr. Am 1-owner.........................4995 07 Dodge QuadCab 4wd .............15995 06 Ford SC 4wd............................14995 07 Ford SC 4wd Sharp!...............16495 06 Chevy XCab 4wd 1-Own.........14995 06 GMC SB.....................................9495 05 Ford SuperCrew 4wd..............12995 05 Dodge QuadCab 4wd .............13995 05 GMC CrewCab 4wd.................13495 05 Chevy XCab 4wd.....................12995 04 Chevy XCab 2wd.......................9995 99 Chevy XCab 2wd.......................6495 05 Expedition 4wd.......................14495 07 Saturn Vue AWD 78K..............13995 02 Suburban 4wd LT......................8995 06 Jeep Commander 4wd............11495 94 Jeep Wrangler 4wd...................6495 04 Trailblazer 4wd..........................8995 02 Mountaineer AWD.....................6995 04 Pacifica AWD.............................7995 06 Buick Rendezvous AWD ........10995 08 Gr. Caravan 1-owner...............12995 05 Town & Country........................7495 01 Venture Warner Bros................5995

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Have a Wonderful Holiday!

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

SIMANGUS, BALANCER (GvXAn), 18 month forage developed bulls for calving ease, guaranteed. Several spring calving same breed type bred heifers. Will AI 100+ heifers in November same breed type. Gain the many benefits of heterosis by crossbreeding. Bob Harriman/Rotert, Montrose, MO 660-492-2504

YOUNG POLLED Hereford Bulls, Breeding age, from good registered stock, low birth weight. Location: Knob Noster, Warrensburg. 660-563-4638

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