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(USPS 088-820) Vol. XXXIX New Series, No. 46 Canton, Mo. 63435 • 16 Pages • 2 Sections • 55 cents

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SINGER PLEADS GUILTY TO MAKING THREAT AGAINST SCHOOL

Photo by Rita Cox

Many Lewis County residents snapped photos of this beautiful sunset last week.

SINGER Dan Steinbeck, Editor

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The Canton teenager who threatened to burn down the Canon R-V School in September, pled guilty to the charge in Lewis County Court Nov. 10. Heather Singer, 17, pled guilty to one class C felony count of making a terrorist threat. Bond has been posted and the court released her from house arrests. She is scheduled to be sentenced January 5, 2012, pending the pre-sentence assessment from the board of probation and parole. She had been enrolled at the Canton school when she communicated on Facebook, an internet social networking page, and confirmed to a school official and law enforcement her intents.

RED CROSS TO HOST BLOOD DRIVE

The American Red Cross will be hosting a blood drive on Nov. 23 and Nov. 30. For the Nov. 23 date, the location will be at the Country Aire Retirement Estates in Lewistown from 2-6 p.m. For those wanting to donate on the Nov. 30 date, the drive will be located at Canton High School from 1-6 p.m. This is a correction from the Nov. 10 paper that stated the first date of the Blood Drive as being Nov. 11.

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Western Lewis County District receives new fire truck Dan Steinbeck, Editor dan@lewispnj.com

The Western Lewis County Fire Protection District took possession of a new fire truck Friday. The new truck is a 2012 E-One pumper truck with a rescue body, purchased through Banner Fire Equipment. The pumper/rescue truck replaces a 1970 GMC pumper the district has already sold. The E-One is able to haul five firefighters, where the older one could only carry two. Four of those fire fighters can strap on self-contained breathing apparatus units while seated. The new truck has a 970-gallon tank, which is more than the 750-gallon truck of the pumper it replaced. The new truck also has a 30-gallon foam reservoir. The new truck can pump 1,250 gallons per minute, compared to the 500 gallon per minute of

the older truck. It has a topmounted pump, which gets the pump operator off the ground, and has a deck gun for a direct stream from the truck for larger fires. “It will increase the water we can put on a fire, it can haul more water, and more fire-fighters,” said Fire Chief Harry Scifres. With it having a rescue truck body, it will carry rescue equipment. The new truck will be the first-out unit at the Lewistown base where it will be housed. The former first-out truck at Lewistown is now the second out, a yellow 1979 Ford pumper, which can seat four, but has an open cab. The truck was introduced Saturday at a district soup supper, where the last brand new truck, a 1957 pumper, now owned by former Lewistown fireman Shorty Smith, was also on

hand. The LaBelle Fire Auxiliary got a $38,000 USDA Rural Development Grant; the District put up $70,000, and the rest of the $218,000 cost is covered by Rural Development loans. Scifres said the truck will be ready for service in about a week, once hoses are transferred and radios are installed.

The Western Lewis County District shows off the new 2012 E-One pumper truck. Submitted Photos

CANTON BOAT RAMP BEING REPLACED Dan Steinbeck, Editor dan@lewispnj.com

A boat ramp built by the Missouri Department of Conservation in Canton a decade ago is being replaced. A construction crew from the Conservation Department has removed the older 16-foot wide ramp at the south end of the South riverfront part in Canton and is replacing it with a 24-foot wide ramp. The ramp will be about 150 feet long, including the portion that

will be in the river. Construction began Nov. 1 and should be finished in a couple of weeks, according to lead carpenter Alan McKim. Construction worker Daryl Fountain said the Mississippi River had undermined the concrete and rock of the ramp. On Nov. 8, a road grader was smoothing the gravel base of the ramp. The in-river part of the ramp was poured another day on ground, and when cured, was pushed into the river.

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“We’ve never been beaten”

Harlem Ambassadors stay unbeaten in game with Canton Chambernators By Dan Steinbeck, Editor dan@lewipnj.com

“We’ve never been beaten,” Harlem Ambassadors player-coach Lade Majic Prophete proclaimed during a game Monday night against the Canton Chambernators. And they weren’t either in the Monday game, beating the local team 90-62 in a game that lacked any real defense, but made up for it with entertainment. The game wasn’t as close as the score indicated. In introducing themselves, the Ambassadors entained with stunts of dribbling two balls, dribbling a ball while seated, twirling the ball on the arms and neck, balancing a ball on top of the hands, and hiking it like a football. The Ambassadors led 22-8 after one quarter, with most Ambassador points from dunks. In the second quarter, Majic and a teammate wrestled Chambernator and Canton R-V coach Cliff Hark to the ground, with local referee Craig Redmon giving a wrestling three count. Majic then pranced round with a mock wrestling title belt. The halftime score was 53-11. Greg Dilligard got the third quarter going with a dunk for the home team. Majic agreed to allow each third quarter basket be worth five points, instead of two, resulting in 30 points, and contributing to the 75-48 third quarter score. Various antics with uniform shorts, mock fouls, nonfouls, a football line of scrimmage, and dancing referees made the fourth quarter entertaining. The Chambernators consisted of Lewis County elected officials Presiding Commissioner Fid Murphy, Sheriff David Parrish, and Prosecuting Attorney Jules DeCoster Culver-Stockton coaches Melissa Young and Shannon Finnis, Highland boys basketball coach Clyde Rosencrans, Canton Fire Chief Jeff McReynolds, and former coach Meleia Niemann, among others.

Photos by Maxine Hark

ABOVE - The Harlem Ambassadors and the Chambernators pose post-game for a team photo. BELOW - Tom Lay poses with members of the Harlem Ambassadors after winning an autographed basketball.

Perseverance, being drug free were Assembly topics By Dan Steinbeck, Editor dan@lewispnj.com

The Harlem Ambassadors used gags, tricks and stunts in Monday night’s game at Canton R-V. However, in an afternoon school assembly, positive life skills were encouraged. “You have to be drug free and have a college degree to wear this uniform,” said Ambassador’s player coach Lade Majic Prophete. Violators permanently leave the team. Although a dunk and some ball handling skills were demonstrated, and a dunking player hung upside down from the rim, the rest of the assembly was talk by the players. “You need to stay away from alcohol, stay away from weed, and stay in school,” said Majic, a University of Missouri Hall of Famer graduate. She calls Missouri her second home. Majic and several team members told personal stories of overcoming difficulties – family abuse; large families; and death of parents. The players who spoke

encouraged the students to perservere in difficult situations. Lade Majic said the group is the brain child of president of the board Dale Moss. “I tried to do a similar thing in New York, but it didn’t work. I went to Israel to play basketball, and I met Dale when I got back in 1997,” Lade Majic said. “That’s how beautiful God is, putting us together. In five and a half months, we had a team and were ready to travel.” She said the Harlem Ambassadors are the originators of having a woman coach the team. She said other teams are trying to copy the idea, using it as a gimmick. She insists it was God putting the team together rather than a gimmick that led her to the position. Through various points in her life, she gave up basketball. “Something kept happening and I kept coming back to basketball. I gave up tennis shoes for pumps, then I went back to the basetball shoes,” she said.

Residential buyout advances to crucial stage in LaGrange By Dan Steinbeck, Editor dan@lewipnj.com

It’s almost deadline time in LaGrange. LaGrange City Administrator Mark Campbell said the city “is in the process of ordering the money from the agencies” for eight residential properties in LaGrange in a buyout from the 2008 flood. Campbell declined to list the properties still in the negotiations or the amount sought from the government. He said property owners still can back out before the closing. The closing is set to take place in early

December. Once the city takes over, three properties will have a historic recardation, there will be asbestos checks of all the property, and then bids will be let for demolition. Campbell said it will likely be spring before the properties are razed. In the fall of 2010, four commercial properties were razed, which had been bought out after the 2008 flooding.

Child hurt in Clark County crash

A five-year child had apparently moderate injuries in a two-car crash Sunday in Clark County. Trevor J. Biggerstaff, 5, of Canton, was taken by Clark County Ambulance to Keokuk Area Hospital after the accident. Biggerstaff was a passenger in a 2004 Ford driven by Susan Biggerstaff, 31, of Canton. Her vehicle was attem-

ping to cross U.S. 61 at 2:15 p.m. at the junction of Route F, seven miles south of Wayland, and was struck by a northbound 2009 GMC driven by Joyce Campbell, 65, of Kahoka. The two drivers were apparently not hurt and all people wore seat belts. The Ford was totaled and the GMC had extensive damage.

Driver Examinations to close for Thanksgiving

The Missouri State Highway Patrol would like to remind the public that driver examination stations throughout the state will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving Day on Nov. 24, 2011. Normal operations will resume on Nov. 25.


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Vet’s Day program held By Rita Cox, Reporter rita1@lewispnj.com

The Highland High School History Club held it’s 16th annual Veteran’s Day Program at the courthouse in Monticello, Mo., on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 13. Presentation of the colors was by American Legion Post 578. Ashton Lutrull gave the opening prayer. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Courtney Bross. The National Anthem was sung by Highland students and directed by Stacey Shoop. Introducing the speakers was Ashley Kincaid. Speakers were Stephen Jones, History Club President, and State Representative Craig Redmon. A 21 gun salute was given by American Legion Post 578, followed by Taps played by Keli Adams. Brian Leeser is the history club sponsor.

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LOCAL NEWS

Early deadline, early printing next week

The Press-News Journal will have some items of note next week. The deadline for Lewis County’s newspaper for next week only is this Friday, Nov. 18 at noon. That edition will be the basketball preview of Lewis County varsity teams. The newspaper will be mass mailed to everyone in Lewis County,

but will be mailed one day early, so Lewis Countians have a better opportunity of receiving it before the Thanksgiving holiday. There will be several area pre-printed inserts. Normal Monday 10 a.m. deadlines return the week after Thanksgiving. The office will be closed Thanksgiving Day and Friday, Nov. 25.

American Legion Post 578 salute the American Flag during the Veteran’s Program held at Monticello.

C.A.R.E. Thanks its Veterans Photo by Rita Cox

Country Aire Retirement Estates would like to thank all of the veterans for their service to this great country. Our veterans went out to each lunch at the Solid Rock Café in Newark. They were stopped and thanked for their service by everyone they passed. After lunch, they walked through the Ford Car Museum where most of them remembered owning one or two of the cars there. Their day continued when they got back with stories of their service, the people they met and the places they’ve seen. Again, we would like to say thank you veterans for your years of service.

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Pictured are (left to right): Donald Myers, Ed Franks, Tom Cantrell, Lawrence O’Brien, Elmo Tuley, Roger Martin, George Foster and Gene Priebe with Olney Carter in the front.

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Postal system meeting scheduled An informational postal system meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 22 at the John Wood Community College at 1301 South 48th Street in Quincy. The issue involves the proposed closure of the Quincy processing center, and consolidating it with Columbia Missouri operations. The issue was discussed in 2009 and in essence shelved when Congress cut funding to the study. A secondary issue less publicized by the United States Postal Service is a plan to change the delivery standard on first class mail. According to information from the federal register, the proposed standard of delivery for first class mail would change from one to three days for mail in the contiguous United States, it would go to two to three delivery days. Mail originating in Alaska, Hawaii, or U.S. territories would go from one to five days to two to five days. Vaughn Harshman, a postal union clerk president in Quincy is concerned about what the changes will do to local postal jobs and mail delivery service. “The AMP (Area Mail Processing) study proposes to have the mail go through Columbia, Missouri. They tried to do this in 2009, and found they couldn’t save money sending it through Springfield (Illinois),” Harshman said. “The Postal Service answer is apparently to degrade service by a day at least. They would meet the delivery standard by changing the standard,” Harshman said. People are encouraged to write postal regional headquarters and their congressmen (addresses are at the end of this article). Public comments are being accepted until December 7. Harshman said while post offices are being told about the changes, the public is not being informed about them

The Thanksgiving holiday has brought to some temporary business hour changes. Allied Waste, which handles some trash collection in the area, will not have any collections on Thursday, Thanksgiving Day. Thursday and Friday normal collections will be one day later. Banks, government offices, and post offices will be closed that Thursday, and some of those may be closed at other times after that. The Press-News Journal will have an early deadline before the holiday (This Friday at noon) and will be closed Nov. 24-25.

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Business holiday adjustments are announced

I would like to thank all my friends & family who sent cards, called, or came by; to make my birthday the best I could ever imagine. I miss you all very much & hope you’ll come more often. And a very special thank you to my daughter Jacqueline for making it a wonderful day. Jack Childress

by the post office. “The Postal service is not saying a thing about the delivery standard change. It is based on a proposed change to deliver, and not the current delivery standard. The Postal Service has a Feb. 20 date of announcing such changes. While the Postal Service is touting financial losses, Harshman said that is due to Congressional action of 2006 that required pre-funding of retirement. This means for the last four years, the Postal Service has had to shell out $5.5 billion per year for that. Harshman said if that factor is taken away, the Postal Service has made $600 million over the last four years. He said no other government or private agency is required to do this. Postal Union officials urge people to contact Congress about House Bill 1351 which would address the pre-funding that has caused this problem with the Postal Service. Officials are also saying the Post Office has to ask Congress to give it access to its own money. Postal union officials say the proposed changes would “devastate mail service.” Public written comments may be sent to the Manager, Consumer and Industry Contact, Gateway District, 1720 Market St, Room 1011A, St. Louis MO 63155-9511. Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer can be reached at 1740 Longword HOB, Washington, D.C. 20515 or at 201 North Third Street, Suite 120, Hannibal, MO 63401. Senator Claire McCaskill can be reached at U.S. Senate, Hart Senate Office Building, Ste 506, Washington, D.C. 20510, or at 915 Ash Street, Columbia, MO 65201. Senator Roy Blunt can be reached at 260 Russell Senate Office building, Washington D.C. 20510 or 1001 Cherry Street, Suite 104 Columbia MO 65201.

Monticello station has new owner By Dan Steinbeck, Editor dan@lewispnj.com

Kent Munzlinger is the new owner of the former Express Depot in Monticello. Munzlinger has renamed the business “The Fillin’ Station.” Munzlinger bought the property in September from Tim and Kay Redding. Other than the name change, and a slight menu change, the business remains the same. The store offers gasoline and diesel fuel, as well as convenience store merchandise. There are seven employees, including part-timers.

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CELEBRATIONS

Neil receives cheerleading honor

Cantonian is new college Chief financial officer

Diane Bozarth, Canton, has assumed the position of chief financial officer of Culver-Stockton College, effective Nov. 1 Bozarth received her Bachelor of Science in business administration and economics from CulverStockton in 1976 and her Master of Business Administration from Western Illinois University in 1993. In addition, Bozarth is also a certified public accountant. She began her career with Culver-Stockton College in 1973 as a bookkeeper. Since then, she has served in a number of roles. In 2004, Bozarth was appointed as controller and senior administrator for financial aid for Culver-Stockton, a position she held until her recent promotion. Bozarth succeeds longtime Culver-Stockton College CFO, Lewin Davis, who is retiring.

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Solter family holds reunion

TEDDIE NICOLE NEIL

Teddie Nicole Neil of Palmyra has received a spot on the All American Cheerleading squad. Neil is a junior at Palmyra High School and a cheerleader for the football and basketball teams. During the summer the Palmyra cheerleaders attended a UCA camp which is a requirement for the cheerleaders. At the camp the cheer squad learned many new ideas and techniques and they brought home various honors and trophies. Each cheerleader was given the opportunity to compete for a spot on the All American team and Neil was chosen. She will perform with the All American Cheerleading squad in London, England and they will perform in the New Years Day parade. Since this was an individual award

The descendants of Edward and Pearl (Robinson) Solter held their 65th annual reunion September 4, 2011 at the La Grange City Park. Ninety-two family members and seven friends attended. The Joe and Mary Solter family hosted the event. Changes in the family tree include the birth of Jason Lance to Paul and Sandy Carpenter, Jacob Croylen to Croy and Michelle Busse on Dec. 20, 2010; Adalyn Jean to Denny and Kimberlee Alton on Feb. 26, 2011 and Caleb Jackson to Michael and Jennifer Solter on May 25, 2011. The marriage of Seth Fausset to Jennifer Wolfmeyer on June 7, 2011. Attending from Illinois were Edward and Mary Frances Murphy, Jacksonville; Skylar and Johnnie Engel and Marge and Jack Engel, Augusta; and John Paul Solter, Amanda and Jacob Solter, Quincy.

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Attending from Iowa were John and Beverly Anderson, Indianola; Pearl Washburn and Mark, Tracy, Hannah, and Marlee Washburn, Keokuk; Eric Wolfmeyer. Iowa City; Stan and Mary Jo Mularz, Davenport. Attending from Kansas were Scott, Amy, Caylee and Peighton McPherson, Pittsburg; and JD, Susan and Ann McPherson, Kansas City. From Missouri were Brent and Adam Engel, Louisiana; Jerry and Kaye Carpenter, Mark, Carolyn and Ruth Ann Carpenter, Ken, Beverly, Jayme and Phillip Geisendorfer, Courtney and Justin Miller all from Taylor; Mike and Debbie McPherson, Carthage; Gene and Elaine Holbert and Brandon Dean, John, Jerilyn and DJ Ellison all from Canton, and Paul and Sue Johnson,

and not supported through school, she has had to raise money for the trip on her own with the help of family and friends. Teddie has sold blackberries, had bake sales, and hosted a food booth at the Taste of Palmyra. She is looking forward to the trip and she will be accompanied by her mother and her aunt. She says she is very grateful to all her family and friends and to all of the people who have supported this journey. The group will leave on December 26. She is the daughter of Brad and Tammy Neil and her brothers are Brady, Braxden and Brayden. Grandparents are Bert and Pat Cottrell, LaGrange, Dorothy Neil, Quincy and Don and Lou Neil, Canton.

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Troy. Attending from LaGrange were Sam and Jeanne Henderson, Pat, Barb and Molly Logsdon, Bruce Solter, Alice Lee Solter, Larry and Joyce Solter, Stephen, Scarlett and Jansen Miller, John, Joann, Sean, Erica and Emily Fields , Todd, Angie, Brian and Trevor Logsdon, Mike, Debbie, Nathan and Jarod Henderson, Bob and Betty Solter, Larry and Maxine Wolfmeyer, John and Jan Solter, Jerry and Patty Logsdon, Bob, Tammy, Kayla and Blake Carlin and Mike and Tina Durst. Attending from other states were Mike and Lisa Washburn and Seth Wise of Maumelle, Ark.; George and Pat Solter from Crofton, Md.;Lloyd and Elaine Fink from Slayton, Minn.; and Monica Morgan from Jordon, Minn.; and Janice Lee Smith from Viroqua, Wisc. Sue Johnson, representing the Troy Missouri Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented Mike Washburn the Award of Honor for Service to America for his service in Vietnam and to Don Washburn, posthumously, for service in D-Day and Europe during World War II. Games and contests were held. The contests were oldest person in attendance was Pearl Washburn at 86 years, 10 months and 13 days, the youngest was Janson Miller at two years, one month and four days old, George and Pat Solter traveled the farthest from Crofton, Maryland at 941 miles and John and Jan Solter traveled the shortest from La Grange at 30 feet. Next year, the children of Roy and Catherine Solter will host the reunion in La Grange at the city park on Sunday, September 1, 2011.

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WEDNESDAY- Chicken Casserole, Baked Beans,

Thank you to our sponsors Canton State Bank Bank of Monticello

FRIDAY- Salmon Patties, Mac & Cheese, Layered

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The Lewis County Health Department and Home Health Agency would like to recognize our caring and dedicated staff for all they do.

• Exams & Cleaning • Cosmetic Dentistry • Dentures • Teeth Whitening • Endodontics • Orthodontics • Dental Implants • Periodontics • Kid-Friendly Care • Convenience

Debbie Sommers, R.N. Mary Knoche,R.N. Marjorie Murphy, R.N. Angie Dodds, R.N. Sharon Fifer, Aide DebbieFranks, Aide Vickie Berhorst, Office Manager Pete Little, PT, Alisha Schroeder, PT, Liz Harmening, OT, Bonnie Doleman, OT and Dena Gullion, COTA When your healthcare provider orders home health, remember patients have a choice. Just say: “I choose Lewis County Home Health” Lewis County Health Department and Home Health Agency Monticello, MO 573-767-5312

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MONDAY- Swiss Steak, Glazed Carrots, Slaw, Fruit

Salad.

TUESDAY- Chicken Breaks, Broccoli/Cheese, Yams,

Pears.

Slaw, Jello/Fruit Mix.

THURSDAY- Closed for Thanksgiving. Lettuce Salad, Applesauce.

Canton Nutrition Site 600 Montgomery St. (573) 288-3633 Ewing Nutrition Site 101 W. Bryan Street. (573) 209-3631 LaGrange Hilltop Nutrition Site 905 Jefferson. (573) 655-4387

BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC Ewing - first Thursday of the month Canton - last Monday of the month.

Highland Menu Week of November 21st Breakfast Menu MONDAY

Biscuit & Gravy

TUESDAY

Cereal/Oatmeal

THURSDAY No School

WEDNESDAY No School

FRIDAY No School

Lunch Menu MONDAY

Corn Dog, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Fruit Crisp

TUESDAY

Turkey & Noodles, Hot Rolls, Green Beans, Spice Cake, Peaches

WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY No School Thanksgiving Break Fresh fruit, milk and bread served daily during breakfast and lunch.


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EDITORIAL

COMMENT

This is life

A Photo From Yesteryear

by Dan Steinbeck • dan@lewispnj.com

The secret of getting rich is in the saving Want to live in a big mansion and be treated like a king or queen? Forget the lottery tickets. Forget the six figure jobs. Remember the savings. The secret of getting rich is all in the savings. Do tell, you say? Okay. At the big kingly/ queenly mansions that tourists pay good money to see, there are all kinds of artifacts: This painting from the 1500s. This book and the quill pen from the 1700s. This chair from the 1600s. This handheld electronic game from circa 1487. Etc. Tourists who come to such mansions will give low whistles alternated with gaping expressions of wonder. But the secret of being rich is never throwing anything away, but saving it. Save the toilet seat. Save the collection of 1980s box tops. Save the 2001 phone book. When these overcrowd one house, buy a bigger house. Again, throw away absolutely nothing. If the chair is broken, don’t fix it. If the book page is torn, don’t tape it. If the t-shirt has a hole in it preserve it in a special box. After about three times of moving to bigger hous-

es to hold all the newly acquired statues, grandpa’s secret trunk, and uncle Arnie’s taped garden hose, then charge admission. Use the first money to pay a part time tour guide. “This is the original light bulb used in the Steinbeck’s first house in the kitchen. This hammer was originally used by his great-grandfather to build a closet. This empty donut box was found stowed away in a desk drawer, and you’ll notice how product styles of donut boxes have changed in the decades...” The problem with this get-rich secret, is it likely won’t happen to you. Perhaps the generation of the children, but more likely two or three generations past that, with each generation never throwing away anything. somebody will make it big You won’t get rich, because Mom threw out your kindergarten gloves, the yellow-painted car tire, and that scuffy welcome mat. Your future generations will thank you for saving. And what do you think you’re doing throwing out that corroded lead pipe? That’s your grandson’s ticket to a life of wealth.

COMMENT

My View

by Allen Searson • allen@lewispnj.com

Veterans’ Advantages During my days on the farm in La Plata, Mo., I began thinking about my future. The more days that passed, the more serious I became about pursuing my education and employment options. This  left me wondering where  a good starting point might be. As I looked through some old discharge papers from my time in the Air Force, I discovered something  that I’d overlooked the previous few years. As a military veteran with a  disability rating awarded to me, I was eligible to apply for the Veterans Rehabilitation and Employments (VR&E)  program benefits. If granted the full benefits of the VR&E program, I could choose the  college of my  choice and the program would  cover  all tu-

ition, books and supplies for my Bachelors degree. Once approved by the Veterans Administration (VA), the choice of a college home became  rather simple. Culver-Stockton College was the only local college offering the specific physical education and health degree I desired. Other than a  visit  to the college in the fall of 2007, I had little knowledge of C-SC and its home town of Canton. All of that dramatically changed as I arrived on campus, started my freshman year, and began soaking into the local community.  Although my major changed to communication and I now live in town with my family, I can always credit my college education as one of my veterans’ advantages. 

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To The Editor Dear Editor-in-Chief,

On Nov. 14, 2011, the Canton Chamber of Commerce hosted the Harlem Ambassadors professional show basketball team for a night of high-flying slam dunks, hilarious comedy, and feel-good family entertainment. The Harlem Ambassadors would like to extend a special thank you to event organizers Mark Fryer and Richard Horner who planned and promoted the game. The Chambernators proved to be an energetic and enthusiastic challenging team and we thank all of the players for

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their good sportsmanship. The event would not have been possible without the support and generosity of local community sponsors, the Canton Chamber of Commerce members, and the event volunteers. The Harlem Ambassadors thank the community of Canton for its warm hospitality and look forward to returning to Canton in the future! Best regards, Dale Moss Harlem Ambassadors President

Photo courtesy of the Lewis County Historical Society This is a photo of Clark Street looking East toward the Mississippi River in Canton in the early 1900’s. Note the horse and buggy at right.

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Backward Glances

From the pages of early Lewis County newspapers

25 Years Ago Press News Journal November 13, 1986 The Cooperative Extension Service, a division of the Land-Grant University system, has dedicated itself to the purpose of delivering unbiased information to serve the practical needs of the people. During the next several months, the Lewis County Extension Council, with assistance of the local extension staff will be taking an in-depth look at what the needs of Lewis County and its residents are. The council will then take measures to implement procedures to serve the local community needs. A tourism development advisor from the University of Missouri and Minnesota was in Canton and Kahoka Friday to tell the communities about how to better develop local tourism. While in Canton, the man met with members of the Canton Chamber of Commerce, the Lewis and Clark Commerce Expedition, and several other organizations to teach those in the community how to gain more tourism. His favorite tale was that of searching up and down the Mississippi for a place to eat. William Holderfield directed a crane operator on the ground as a section of the roof of the LaGrange water tower was set in place. Fellow construction worker, Bernie Matchey guided the movement of the metal sheet. 50 Years Ago Press News Journal November 16, 1961 At a special called meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, it was voted to dispose of the factory building if a sufficient bid could be obtained. The C of C board in a meeting early last week had agreed that the building should be sold, but it wanted confirmation from the entire membership before going ahead with plans. Each member of the Chamber of Commerce was notified by a letter of the meeting, and about 35 showed up. A large crowd attended the dedication of the El-

lis Memorial library at the Canton public school on Sunday. In addition, the committee in charge has found that there were about 35 who had donated to a memorial earlier which were not turned in to be listed on the program. The Canton Chamber of Commerce board of directors appointed the advisory committee to dispose of the factory building this week. It is composed of Sterling McClain chairman, Herb Boeger, Senator Ed Long, R. L. Martin, Earle Zenge and George Nichols. They have already met, and are making plans as to the best way to sell the building. The First District of the American Legion and Auxilary met in the Legion Home in Palmyra, November 12. Registration was at 9:30 a.m. and separate business meetings followed under the directions of Commander Glen Gilmore, and Mrs. Glen Gilmore, president of Hannibal. 75 Years Ago Press News Journal November 19, 1936 Active work to carry out the plan of beautifying Highway No. 61 started this week with Cowan Johnson in charge. This work is known as the War Mother’s Memorial Roadside Improvement and Beautification Plan, and includes the planting of trees and shrubs, placing of flower beds, sodding of banks and general beautification of the highway roadside. Local WPA labor will be used in the work. Alumni and former students of Culver-Stockton College came back by the score Friday and Saturday to a perfect homecoming at alma mater. Miss Myrtle Zahn, 39, of near LaGrange died Sunday in Blessing Hospital, Quincy, following an operation for appendicitis. The Carty Motor Co., which has the contract for hauling rock for the construction of the dam across the Mississippi River just below Quincy, had an av-

erage of 20 trucks at work last week making day and night hauls. The Cartys are getting four new GMC trucks to add to their own present fleet of seven trucks and they will hire 10 to 15 additional trucks, W. J. Carty said. Blueprints for the new Canton Gem Theatre have been received by manager John Collins and bids are being asked according to specifications. Raymond Lugering of Palmyra has opened up a plumbing and heating shop in the Henderson building on Clark Street. Miss Olivia Lugering, sister of Mr. Lugering, is bookkeeper. 85 Years Ago Lewis County Journal November 19, 1926 The monument to Champ Todd at Bowling Green, a little distance from his Honey Shuck home, was dedicated Saturday. Keith Vawter, the man who introduced William Jennings Byran to the American public through the Chautauqua circuit, has announced he has sold his tented Chautauqua circuit to W. S. Rupe of Des Moines and retired. Mrs. Henry Bronson died at her home in Lewistown, Thursday. Mrs. Bronson was one the best known and universally loved women in Lewistown. About 20 men met Wednesday and Thursday of last week and tore down the Grange Hall. The ladies went and furnished dinner and spent the time quilting and tearing carpet rags. They are planning to build a new hall in the spring. 95 Years Ago Lewis County Journal November 17, 1916 Grandmother (Mrs. Warren) Leslie, who has been very sick for several weeks went to her eternal rest Sunday night. She was an interesting and remarkable character and we felt honored to be considered one of the intimate friends. She was the eldest person in the community, being 88 years old. Leslie Sublett and Miss

Lora Wellenbusher were married Wednesday. They are at home on the grooms farm near Ewing. 105 Years Ago Lewis County Journal November 23, 1906 Leslie Bozarth, a cousin of Mrs. I. W. Day, died at LaGrange last Thursday. The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church at Bunker Hill served lunch last Thursday at George Bland sale near Benjamin. Their receipts were about $18. There was a wreck on the Burlington Route Sunday morning at Santuzza, a station just a few miles north of Canton. Three box cars were derailed. Mr. Board, an old and highly respected citizen, died Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. William Jenkins. Samuel Lyman, a Lewis County farmer, was instantly killed on Friday evening while driving across the railroad track just above Canton. Miss Gladys Turner and Harry Brown were married at the bride’s home Nov. 15. Rev. A.S. Inghman officiating. N. N. Vernon has resigned as postmaster at this place, and J. K. McColm has been appointed in his place. Mr. Vernon expects to take a trip through Oklahoma with a view to moving there. Irvin Denniston and Miss Lola Burnett thought they would surprise their friends last week by going to Palmyra to visit friends, but more especially to get married. When they arrived home everyone knew it and they were the only ones surprised. G. K. Kell was called by the Baptist Church to preach for them the ensuing year. 125 Years Ago Lewis County Journal November 19, 1886 Mr. Wolfin is doing all in his power to secure to Canton the benefit of a pork packing company, to begin killing at the pork house this fall. This is a matter which should interest every citizen of the county.


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LEWIS COUNTY LEADER QUICK FACTS

Executive Director, Heartland Resources

NAME: Janis (Haines) VanMeter JOB TITLE: Executive Director, Heartland Resources HOMETOWN: Lewistown, MO

Rita Cox of the Press-News Journal spoke with Janis VanMeter about Heartland Resources, the programs that they offer, and more

EDUCATION: Lewistown High School, Class of ’65, the largest Lewistown class ever. Hannibal LaGrange University 2006, BS Organizational Management. PAST EXPERIENCE: Foster Grandparent Director for Heartland Resources for 25 years; 12 years with MO Governor’s Council on Aging; 14 years as founding coChair of MO Aging Federation; 10 years as member of board of directors of Primaris, MO Quality (Healthcare) Improvement Organization; 14 years experience with CLAIM, MO State Health Insurance Information Program (Medicare SHIP). BACKGROUND: Both my parents, Garrett and Joanne Haines, grew up in Lewistown. With grandparents nearby, I never had to travel far for family events on either side of our family. Not having all the big city amenities has never bothered me. I believe we have many amenities cities don’t have. I genuinely enjoy hearing the peace and quiet – the town whistle is a great reminder of times gone by. Sometimes I have to laugh when we have to run a verify on a person I’ve known my whole life. FAMILY: My husband Roger, son of Raymond and Elaine VanMeter. Our three sons, Darin (Teresa) of Hannibal, Paul of Terrell, TX, and Seth (Susan) of Jenks, OK. Our three awesome grandsons, Josh (Hannibal), Micah and Aidan (Jenks, OK). I now understand my father-inlaw’s statement, “If I’d known grandchildren were this much fun, I’d have had them first!” FAVORITE QUOTE: I’m living proof of the George Eliot quote “It’s never too late to be what you might have been.”

Janis VanMeter

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Tell us about your company and the services you provide: Heartland Resources, a 501c3 (not for profit) organization, has three major programs: In-Home Services (6 counties), Lewis County Senior Nutrition Program and Foster Grandparent Program (10 counties). Our vision is simple “Our communitybased services assist elderly and handicapped Missourians secure independence with dignity while remaining where they most want to be – in their own homes.” Many times a few hours of service and/or a nutritious meal are the difference between independence and institutionalization.

Tell us some of your responsibilities: No two days are the same. The best part of this job is getting to work with our team of dedicated individuals trying to make a difference in our area. Paperwork is the necessary evil in most administrative jobs these days – it follows 24/7/365. Through electronic communication the playing field is more level – but always there. As long as someone else is driving, I can pretty much work during travel time, too. Job opportunities with your organization: Currently, we have openings in In-Home Service. We offer a very unusual benefit – highly flexible schedules. One ad running in another county right now for In-Home Service workers offers 6-24 hours weekly. If you have a few hours, you need to call us.

What kind of volunteer programs do you have and how can people get involved: Hearing someone say, “I’m just a volunteer” has always been a pet peeve. Lewis County Nutrition could not survive without volunteers! Many people do not know we cook only in Ewing. Meals are transported all over the county by volunteers. We do have centers in Ewing, Canton, and LaGrange for those

who wish to eat together. We need volunteers in the centers, too.

call. There is no such thing as a dumb question! If you are more comfortable

“You are not alone!

“Not knowing what to do is not a negative; being smart enough to ask is a definite positive.” “Anyone can call our office at (573)209-3600 with any question. We may not have all the answers, but we sure know who to ask!”

Janis VanMeter

What do people need to know asking MO CLAIM, assistance is availwhen face with caring for an el- able at (800)390-3330. (Very Important Info -We are in the Medicare Part D enderly parent or relative: You are not alone! Not knowing what to do is not a negative; being smart enough to ask is a definite positive. Anyone can call our office at (573)209-3600 with any question. We may not have all the answers, but we sure know who to ask!

Advice/info on Medicare (where help is available): Three Certified Medicare Counselors are available through our office (573)2093600. There is never a charge for CLAIM (Community Leaders Assisting the Insured of MO) services. If you have a problem or a question, give us a

rollment period right now – early this year - you only have until December 7 to make changes for 2012)

Annual events:

Unfortunately, we are always looking for ways to fund our programs. It would be great to have only one annual event, but rising prices and shrinking funding dollars make the task monumental and ongoing. Canton Eagles recently presented us with $1000 for our nutrition program. It’s that kind of community support that keeps us going. Visit our website for more information: www.heartlandresourcesinc.org

FREE CATARACT SCREENINGS EVERY TUESDAY IN NOVEMBER at Hannibal Regional Medical Group Vision Institute in Canton Appointments required. Visit hannibalregionalmedicalgroup.org for more information or call 573-288-5360.

Hannibal Regional Medical Group CANTON 1802 Elm Stree • Canton, MO 63435 573-288-5360 • hannibalregionalmedicalgroup.org


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SCHOOL NEWS Local schools celebrate Box Tops for Education winners

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Mrs. Harsheberger’s class was the winner of the Box Tops for Education collection at Highland Elementary in September. They celebrated with a pizza party sponsored by Canton State Bank.

Mrs. Glasgow’s Early Childhood class was the winner of the Box Tops for Education collection at Canton R-V for the month of September. They celebrated with a pizza party sponsored by Canton State Bank.

HHS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Highland National Honor Society held an induction ceremony on October 25, 2011. New members included Kimber Boyer, Emily Hudson, Ashley Kincaid, Ashton Luttrull, Ryan Mittleberg, Jenna Stoll, Chase Wilson, and Taylor Wiseman. Past senior members include Chase Anderson, Garret Glascock, Joseph Gray, Taylor Lay, McKenzie Platz, Julie Schultz, Matthew Simmons, and Beth Ann Winship. Submitted Photo

CANTON R-V RED RIBBON WINNERS Pictured are Canton RV’s Red Ribbon poster winners from left to right (standing): Aubrey Bliss, Dalton Berhorst, Riley Seals, Madison Gorrell, Sydney Barkley, Tyler Biggerstaff, Brayden Gabel, and left to right (seated): Jaylea Dove, Laken Hugenburg, Dylan Berhorst, Orenda Pearl, Alyssa Kermode , Haley Scott, Kanna Miller, Aiden Spurgeon, Alex George, Matthew Froman, Reagan Roberts

Many thanks to our family, friends, neighbors for the nice cards, food, flowers, and money for my 97th birthday. A special thanks to Tina and Randy Ferris for their kindness. It was appreciated. God bless you all.

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Holiday Shopping Frenzy and Bake Sale

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Hwy 6 - Tolona Mo 573-209-3239 Friday nights - Karaoke 9 pm - 1 am

PAW PRIDE WINNERS

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Submitted Photo Canton R-V Paw Pride winners are (standing from left to right): Emily Gorrell, Carver Hoffman, Mason Sherwood, Laura DeGraw and (seated from left to right): Christina Cochran, Orion Stroud, Ben McKenzie. The big prize winners were Keara McCarty and Patrick Ellison

Submitted Photo Canton R-V’s Campbell’s Soup Label winners are pictured from left to right (standing): Hanna Sherwood, Cora Schaffer, Jordyn Hale, Gavin Cramsey, Hoppe Laws, Madison Tate, Dominick Spurgeon, and left to right (seated): Taylor Lubbert, D’Ahvion Stallings, Kimber Groseclose, Sue Sutton, Laken Hugenburg, Jacob Carper, Kaeleb Eisenbeiss

Blessing Hospital will offer a Basic Life Support (CPR) Instructor course on Dec. 1, 2011, from 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. It will be held in the Conference Room J on the basement level of Blessing Hospital at 14th Street, Quincy, Ill.  There is a course fee and it includes all instructor books.  The deadline to register is November 21, 2011. For more information, or to register, call Donna McCain, (217) 223-8400, ext. 4833, or email donna. mccain@blessinghealthsystem.org

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Sat. Nov. 26 • 10am-3pm LaGrange Lion’s Hall

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Life Instructor Course Offered

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Quincy Auditions for Tom Sawyer Musical

Quincy Community Theatre is announcing auditions for The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: The Broadway Musical. For a full listing of available roles, visit www.1qct.org. Auditions will be held November 26 and 27 by appointment. Call 217-222-3209 to schedule your audition appointment. Scripts are available for checkout from the QCT Box Office. For more information, contact Brandon Thomsen, QCT’s Director of Student Theatre and Head of Education at 217-222-3209.

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FFA Area III Barn Warming

Thanks a million Blessing Hospital and Staff ! From the emergency room to the ICU, IMC and 5th floor, radiology & respiratory therapy department, specially to Dr. Evans, Dr. Nassery & Dr. Shanekar. You saved my live! May God bless each of you! With love & appreciation Donna Westhoff

Loving our Neighbors Thanksgiving Feast First Baptist Church - Canton 11:30 am - 1:30 pm Nov. 24, 2011

Submitted photo Twenty Canton FFA members attended the Area III Barnwarming held November 4 at the Adair County Fairgrounds. Pictured are (from left): Jessica Rash, Logan Dye, Katie Daugherty, Sam Ryan, Gracey Pearl, Arthur Campen, Alex DeWitt, Jessie Campen, Ceira Cibert, Amy McDermott, Ben Logsdon, Carrie Baker, Austin Heisz, Aury Randolph, Dean Kennedy, Nick Sweet, Tayler Davis, Ron Sweet, Emily Dochterman, and Heather Stainbrook.

84th National FFA Convention

“Where everyone is welcome” You’re invited to a Thanksgiving Feast with us.

Free Thanksgiving Dinner with all the Trimmings Dine in - Carry out

RSVP for home delivery - Canton residence only If you would like a ride please contact the church 573-288-5583 or Sandra 573-288-5853

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The 84th National FFA Convention was held October 19-22 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over 55,000 FFA members attended the convention, including eight members from the Canton FFA chapter. The students participated in National Days of Service, attended sessions, toured area businesses, and went to a Blake Shelton concert. Back Row (From Left): Aury Randolph, Nathan Lewis, and Clayton Hinton. Front Row (From Left): Alex DeWitt, Katie Daugherty, Jessie Campen, Brittney Stroud, and Bethany Hoffman.

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Rachael Baker has been named Clinical Leader of the Medical-Surgical unit of Overland Park Regional Medical Center in Overland Park, Kan. Rachael graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from

Blessing-Reiman School of Nursing in 2009. She lives in Kansas City, Mo, and is the daughter of Sharon and Kim Lambert of Canton, and Ron and Annette Baker of New London, Mo.

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local banks will be CLOSED Thursday, Nov. 24 in observance of Thanksgiving: Town & Country Midwest 406 State St. - LaBelle Mo

Town & Country of Missouri 100 N Main - LaGrange Mo. Bank of Monticello 515 White St - Canton Mo. 201 E Lafayette St - Monticello Mo. Heartland Bank 600 Washington St - Canton Mo. Canton State Bank 100 S 4th - Canton Mo.

United State Bank 102 W Main - Lewistown Mo. 200 East State Hwy 6 - Ewing Mo. 107 N First St. - Edina Mo.


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Local members of the Missouri State Teachers Association are joining thousands of teachers, students and educational organizations throughout the nation to observe the 90th annual American Education Week, November 13-19. The Lewis County C-1 School District will be celebrating American Education Week with a variety of activities. Pictured are Neva Fifer and Anna Drebes. Students showing “pawsitive” behavior at Highland Elementary got to take part in the school’s “Minute to Win It” games. Devin Stutsman and Taylor Starr chose Cougar Mugs as prizes when their names were drawn.

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Tegan Orpet from KHQA answers questions from first graders at Canton R-V. She told the children about weather forecasting and read the Dr. Seuss book, Oh Say Can You Say What’s the Weather Today?

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UPCOMING EVENTS NOV 18-19 Canton

Lewis Street Playhouse, Movie, Spy Kids 4, 7pm.

NOV 19 Durham

Durham Methodist Church Soup Supper, 4:30pm

NOV 20 Durham

Mt. Sinai Christian Church Free Soup Supper, 6pm.

NOV 24 Canton

Free Thanksgiving Feast, First Baptist Church, 11:30am-1:30pm

DEC 3 LaGrange

Notre Dame Catholic Church, Bazaar and Bake Sale, 8am-1pm.

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Landscape/Groundskeeper Culver-Stockton College has an immediate opening for a full time Landscape/Groundskeeper. The ideal candidate will possess one or more year’s landscape/grounds keeping experience. The candidate should also possess a broad range of experience related to shrub and plant care, knowledge of the operation, maintenance, and minor repair of tractors, cultivators, and power lawn mowers. The candidate should also have the ability to assist with maintaining an efficient and workable landscaping and lawn care program campus wide. Job tasks may require occasional lifting of heavy objects. Excellent teamwork and people skills are critical due to frequent contact and interaction with faculty, staff, and students. Applicants for this position should submit a resume and references by email to mbringer@culver.edu . Review of applications will proceed immediately until the position is filled. To learn more about Culver-Stockton College, please visit http://www.culver.edu. EOE/AA If email is not available, please mail your resume to: Human Resources, Culver-Stockton College One College Hill, Canton, MO 63435 EOE/AA

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Be sure remember Friday November 25th Christmas auction STARTS AT 5:00 pm Lots of toys and great gifts for the whole family

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Land is located in Section 9 of T59N•R9W, Tiger Fork Township, Shelby County, Missouri, approximately 12 miles northeast of Shelbyville, MO. Land represents highly tillable productive farmland, as well as hunting and recreational acreage.

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TITLE WORK AND CLOSING BY: Tri-County Land Title Services, LLC Denise Black • PO Box 34, 122 Prairie Street • Whiteside MO Phone 573-485-2113

For inFo., contact bill Fretwell at 660-341-7735 Sullivan auctioneers, llc • 217-847-2160 • lic. #444000107

Office Spaces For Lease Set up and ready for business Canton, MO Call 573 288 3090

SPARK AUCTION S FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25th 750 Rt. C • LaGrange, MO • 573/406-8787

Our Black Friday Sale Starts at 5pm • Don’t miss this one

Big Big Big Sale NO sneak peaks, you can only see pictures on our website!

Lots of toys, Batting Tee, Dining Table, Weed Eaters, Microwaves, Games, Luggage, Fans, Card Table, Airbeds, Flashlights, Little Tikes B- Ball, Lawn Chairs, Hose Reel, AB Lounge, Radios, Tool Kits, Ceiling Fans, AC Units, Lots of Items, over 1000, 31 pallet semi load of K-art

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SAT NOV 19TH - 10:00 AM Sale conducted at the 4-H Pavilion located on the North side of the Edina, MO city square. 1975 AC (D) 175 tractor w/ Loader; 1998 Doolittle 7X14 Cargo Trailer; 2002 Polaris 325 Four Wheeler; Shop and Contractor Tools; Service Station Memorabilia; Collectibles/ Household.

David and Audrey Hamlin, Sellers

RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE 538 MAIN MEMPHIS, MO

FRI NOV 25TH - 10:00 AM

MACHINERY AND FARM RELATED AUCTION Reminder SUN NOV 20TH - NOON Located South of Edina, MO on Hwy. 15, 7 1/2 miles then East on County Road 286 1 mile.

John Deere 4440, 4020, 620, 60, 50 Tractors; Misc. Tillage Equipment; F2, F Gleaner Combines and Heads; Salvage Autos; Misc. Equipment; Shop and Farm Related. Dorothy and the late Pat Gibbons Jr, Seller

RURAL RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE

KNOX CO, MO / SETTING ON 8 ACRES

SAT NOV 26TH - 1PM

Sale conducted on site located 6 miles West of Edina, MO on Hwy. 6, then South on County Road 1/2 mile. (Just minutes from Kirksville).

OPEN HOUSE: SAT NOV 19TH 2-3PM

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Land is located in Sections 10 & 11 of T63N•R14W, Clay Township and represents excellent improved pastureland/recreational acreage. Tract 1 is improved with a beautiful country home and well kept outbuildings. Tract 2 is improved with a very nice well maintained country home and several nice outbuildings and livestock facilities. This farm located just 12 miles northeast of Kirksville, MO has been in the Terrell family for many years.

Howard Terrell esTaTe Inez Terrell and darrell & Joyce HeTTInger CLOSING & TITLE WORK BY: Pickell Abstract Company 115 South Franklin Street • Kirksville, MO Phone 660-665-8324

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www.sullivanauctioneers.com RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE Selling a 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home with unattached 2 car garage. Home offers eat in kitchen with ample cabinets, living room, master bedroom with full bath, 2 additional bedrooms with ample closets, and hallway (full) bath, radiant ceiling heat, chain link fenced back yard and much more. For viewing contact auction service. TERMS / CONDITIONS: Successful buyer will pay 10% down day of sale and sign into written contract with the sellers. Balance due on or before 30 days of sale. Possession given at closing. Taxes prorated. Closing conducted by Scotland Co. Abstract and Title. Closing cost divided in equal shares between buyer and seller. HOUSEHOLD / MISC. RCA refrigerator; Maytag washer and RCA (electric) dryer; GE microwave; Sanyo TV and others; assorted household electronics; dinette table; china hutch; 4 pc. (blonde) bedroom outfit offers 2 twin beds, dresser and chest of drawer; 3 pc. blonde bedroom outfit offers full size bed, dresser and chest of drawers. drop leaf side table; love seat; overstuffed chairs; TV stand; book shelf; card table and folding chair set; chest of drawers; vacuum; fans; bedding and various common household items; assorted common kitchen related items; assorted seasonal decorations; doilies, embroidered items, table clothes etc.; misc. collectible glassware; costume jewelry; 1929 and 31 Peoria, IL class rings; sewing notions; signed postcard by Vice President Humphrey; several decorated bird houses; many other useful items.

Arlene Agre Estate

LAND AUCTION

84 ACRES/ KNOX CO, MO Details, Maps & Photos Available Online

For InFo., conTacT bIll FreTwell aT 660-341-7735

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY 8 surveyed acres with 2003 1800 sq’, 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath modular home setting on full basement. 2009 26’ X 65’ X14’ Eves VCI building constructed to house the Nunan Locker, 3 additional outbuildings and 3 smaller grain bins. This all electric home offers a Hydro Temp (Earth) heat pump, central air, new metal roof in 2008, large rear patio, adjacent 2 car carport, covered front porch with vinyl railing, cement sidewalks and landscaping. Home features a large kitchen with oak cabinets, island, walk in pantry, eatery area and adjoing dining room. Centrally located living room with adjoining rear sitting room with walk out patio door and staircase leading to basement. Basement offers large open family room, 1 bedroom, and kitchenette. (Basement is 80% finished). Main level offers 3 bedrooms to include large master bedroom with adjoining full bath featuring garden tub, separate shower and walk through closet. 2 bedrooms with closets and adjacent 2nd hall bath, utility / laundry room. The VCI building offers 2 baths, showroom, office and additional divided rooms to which formerly were used for walk in freezer and cooler. NOTE: All locker fixtures, compressors and related items will be removed from this structure and used at the Nunan’s new location. This tract of land offers fencing, rural water supplying home and building, Richie water and no freeze tank supplied by deep well.

Gary and Carol Nunan, Sellers

RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE 310 E JACKSON, MEMPHIS, MO

SAT DEC 3RD - 10:00 AM

Tuesday November 29th - 6:00 pm Sale conducted at the Hurdland, MO Fire Department Offers 66 acres of productive tillable land Lying in Section 16,17,20 and 21, Twp. 61N, R12W

Chuck and Jackie Howerton, Sellers

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CANTON

Doris Long Property 6-17-12+ Chas. Dewitt Property 11-6-12+ Betty Hendrickson Farms 3-04-12+ Dorothy M./Howard F. Higbee Farms 3-17-12+ Hardin Far m 6-15-12+ Dr. Michael/Alice Vaughn Farm 2-25-12+ David & Vickie Gorrell Farms 2-15-12+ Tim/Mark/Kay Dochterman Farms 11-6-12+ Beverly and Dennis Welch Farms 10-19-12+ CD/BL Corrigan Property 11-29-11+ Crawford/Oliver Farms 5-8-12+ Fenway Farm - Barkley, Rogers, St. Clair. 9-4-12+ Barkley Farms, James & Brenda 9-4-12+ Barbara Carskadon Farm 11-12-11+ G & L Glasgow 1-7-12+ Robert /Jere Taylor Farms (2) 10-29-12+ Franks & Gorrell Farm 11-18-12+ Farm of Seldon and Mary Logsdon 7-30-12+ James & Carol Dettlaff Acres 11-11-11+

CANTON & LAGRANGE

Tim Heimonen property 4-14-12+ Courtney Farms 11-20-12+ Gary and Patricia Bunch 7-01-12+ and no fireworks!

CANTON & Monticello

Campen Farms 11-03-13+ Violators will be prosecuted!

LEWISTOWN

Lowell Reynolds Farm 12-27-12+ Warner/McHughFarms 1-23-12+ Emrick Farms-Harry & Neva Emrick $750 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction of anyone trespassing on Emrick Farms 8-9-12+ David Keith Farm 10-29-12+ Stice Farms / Rebecca Stice Jones Neil, Randy, Richard 10-29-12+

LEWIS/MARION COUNTY Eichor Farms

4-25-12+

MONTICELLO

Glenn Krueger Farms 9-22-12+ C.D. Taylor Farm 5-06-12+ Charles & Nell Little Farm 14942 Holly Ave (No hunting/fishing) 9-22-12+

DURHAM/Maywood

Ronnie & Judy Pierce Farm & property 5-13-13+

LEWIS COUNTY

Donald and Mazie Vogel Farm 8-23-12+ Gregory Drainage District Levee and Farms 4-12-12+ Bud and Karen Vogel 9-20-12+ Whippoorwill Hill Farm Richard/Gene Porter Farms 1-17-13+ Tony & Ronda Whitaker Lands 5-06-12+ Owned or leased land by Danny L. Dannenhauer 11-03-12+

LAGRANGE

Paul Lahr Farms 7-01-12+ Jenny D. Murphy Reid Farm 3-10-12+ Gloria Burbridge Prop. 4-17-12+ between Monroe & Jackson St Ronald L. Farr Farms 8-10-12+ Sharon Crossett Residence 6-17-12+ 400 N. Main Paul Legg Residence 6-17-12+ 407 N. Main Paul Legg Farm 10-6-12+ 22422 Ponderosa Ave. Lisa Borgstadt Property 6-21-12+ 202-204 N. 4th Lonnie/Earnest Martin 11-04-11+ (410 N. Main (old Cath. Church) Connie & Frank Bange and Marsha Allison 08-11-12+

WILLIAMSTOWN

Jim Lillard Farms 1-04-12+ Linnie L. Bevans Farms 11-06-11+ Donna Hudnut Farm is 12-20- 11+ now RRVC LLC

Ewing

Wilma Chipman, Jeannie S. and Barb C. and Glen Chipman 10-08-12+

MAYWOOD

Cotton Wood Hollow Farms William C. Sedelmeier 3-31-12+

originally located and constructed upon, over, across the northern half of the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-one (31), township sixty (60) north, range six (6) west of the fifth principal meridian, Lewis County, Missouri, Bounded on the east side by the centerline of County Road No. 589, as located and constructed; and bounded on the north side by the south right-of-way line of the 60.00 foot wide Main Street, according to the recorded plat thereof; and bounded on the west side by the east right-of-way line of the 60.00 foot wide State Highway, as located and constructed.

Public Notices Protecting your right to know NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE IN RE: Darla S Snyder, a single woman Trustee’s Sale: For default in payment of debt and performance of obligation secured by Deed of Trust executed by Darla S Snyder, a single woman dated June 24, 2009 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Lewis County, Missouri in Book 511, Page 1092 the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said Note will on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., (at the specific time of 3:50 PM), at the North Front Door of the Courthouse, City of Monticello, County of Lew-

is, State of Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash the following described real estate, described in said Deed of Trust, and situated in Lewis County, State of Missouri, to wit:

In the 2nd judicial circuit court of lewis county, missouri Judge Fred L. Westhoff Probate Division

tate of Barbara J. Cramsey, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The name, business addresses, and phone numbers of the personal representatives are: Thomas G. Cramsey, 1808 E 2453 Lane, Camp Point, IL 62320, 217-242-6305; Dennis L. Cramsey, 889 Prestonwood Drive, Edwardsville, IL 62029, 618655-0286 The personal representative’s attorney and designated agent’s name, business address and phone number is: Dennis W. Smith, P.O. Box 308, Canton, MO 63435, 573-288-4461. All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of

In the Estate of Barbara J. Cramsey, deceased

) ) Case No. ) 11LE) PR00040 )

notice of letters Testamentary granted (Supervised Administration - Non-Resident Fiduciary) To all Persons Interested in the Estate of Barbara J. Cramsey, decedent: On 28 October 2011, the last will of the decedent having been admitted to probate, the following individuals were appointed personal representative(s) of the es-

All of the easterly one half of all that portion of the northerly 150.00 feet of Burlington Northern Railroad Company’s (Formerly Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company) 300.00 foot wide west Quincy to Kirksville, Missouri branch line right-of-way, now discontinued, being 150.00 feet wide on each side of said railroad company’s main track centerline, as

to satisfy said debt and costs.

the first publication of this notice or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served upon, such creditors by the personal representative, then within two months from the date it was mailed or served, which ever is later, or be forever barred to the fullest extent permissible by law. Such six-month period and such two-month period do not extend the limitation period that would bar claims one year after the decedent’s death, as provided in Section 473.444, RSMo, or any other applicable limitation periods. Nothing in Section 473.033, RSMo, shall be construed to bar any action against a decedent’s liability insurance carrier through a defendant ad litem pursuant to Section 537.021, RSMo.

/s/Milsap & Singer, P.C., Milsap & Singer, P.C. Successor Trustee 612 Spirit Drive St. Louis, Mo 63005 (636) 537-0110 File No. 135477.120611.262137 FC

NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. 1st Pub. Nov. 10, 2011

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Date of the decedent’s death: 25-August-2011 Date of first publication: 03-November-2011 /s/Jan Geisendorfer Jan Geisendorfer Circuit Clerk Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a beneficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person’s interest, if any, can be determined from the files and records of this estate in the Probate Division of the above referenced Circuit Court. 1st Pub. Nov. 3, 2011

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Public Notices Protecting your right to know In the 2nd judicial circuit court of lewis county, missouri Judge Fred L. Westhoff Probate Division In the Estate ) of ) Case No. Glennon R. ) 11LEDochterman, ) PR00039 deceased ) notice of letters of Administration granted (Supervised Administration) To all Persons Interested in

the Estate of Glennon R. Dochterman, decedent: On 21 October 2011, the folowing individuals were appointed the co-personal representatives of the estate of Glennon R. Dochterman, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The personal representatives’ business address and phone numbers are: Brandon Zachery Dochterman, 11009 Vine St., Williamstown, MO 63473, 660216-9848 Maribeth Lovell, 27454

Public Notices Protecting your right to know In the 2nd judicial circuit court of lewis county, missouri Judge Fred L. Westhoff Probate Division In the Estate ) of ) Case No. Randall Dean ) 11LECarter, ) PR00044 deceased ) notice of letters of Administration granted

(Supervised Administration) To all Persons Interested in the Estate of Randall Dean Carter, decedent: On 26 November 2011, the following individual was appointed the personal representatives of the estate of Randall Dean Carter, decedent, by the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. The personal representatives’ business address and phone numbers is: Lewis County Public Ad-

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157th Street, Canton, MO 63435, 573-288-3846. The personal representatives’ attorney’s name, business address and phone number is: Jules V. DeCoster, P.O. Box 11, Monticello, MO 63457, 573-767-5304. All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served upon, such creditors by the personal representative, then within two months from the date it was mailed or served, whichever is later, or be forever barred to the fullest extent permis-

sible by law. Such six-month period and such two-month period do not extend the limitation period that would bar claims one year after the decedent’s death, as provided in Section 473.444, RSMo, or any other applicable limitation periods. Nothing in Section 473.033, RSMo, shall be construed to bar any action against a decedent’s liability insurance carrier through a defendant ad litem pursuant to Section 537.021, RSMo.

ministrator, Brett Bozarth, 405 Clark Street Ste 120, P.O. Box 270, Canton, MO 63435, 573-288-1111. All creditors of said decedent are notified to file claims in court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or if a copy of this notice was mailed to, or served upon, such creditor by the personal representative, then within two months from the date it was mailed or served, whichever is later, or be forever barred to the fullest extent permissible by law. Such six-month period and such two-month period do not extend the limitation period that would bar claims

one year after the decedent’s death, as provided in Section 473.444, RSMo, or any other applicable limitation periods. Nothing in Section 473.033, RSMo, shall be construed to bar any action against a decedent’s liability insurance carrier through a defendant ad litem pursuant to Section 537.021, RSMo.

Date of the decedent’s death: 29-September-2011

Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a beneficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person’s interest, if any, can be determined from the files and records of this estate in the Probate Division of the above referenced Circuit Court. 1st Pub. Oct. 27, 2011

Date of first publication: 27-October-2011

Date of the decedent’s death: 16-July-2011

Sheriff Dept. Arrests

/s/Jan Geisendorfer Jan Geisendorfer Circuit Clerk

Donald P. Martin, 46, rural Knox County was arrested by Lewis County Sheriff’s Office deputies on Oct. 9, for possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine). Deputies acting on a tip from the Illinois State Police, located Martin near Labelle, Mo.,developed probable cause for a traffic stop. Pursuant to that traffic stop deputies conducted a search of Martin’s person and vehicle and located items used in the manufacture of methamphetamine, finished methamphetamine as well as several pieces of methamphetamine related drug paraphernalia. Martin was transported to the Lewis County Jail where he was placed on a 24 hour hold for the Class C felony of possession of a controlled substance. On Nov. 10, a warrant was issued by the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Associate Division. Martin remains lodged in the Lewis County Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash only bond. The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office was assisted in this investigation by the Illinois State Police and the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

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Receipt of this notice by mail should not be construed by the recipient to indicate that the recipient necessarily has a beneficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person’s interest, if any, can be determined from the files and records of this estate in the Probate Division of the above referenced Circuit Court. 1st Pub. Nov. 3, 2011

Date of first publication: 03-November-2011

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/s/Jan Geisendorfer Jan Geisendorfer Circuit Clerk

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LOUIS J. “Lou” Rempe Louis J. “Lou” Rempe, 81 of Clinton, Ill., passed away November 10, 2011 at Manor Court, Clinton, Ill. Lou was born April 14, 1930 in Fort Madison, Iowa, the son of Ben H. and Ada B. (Lemaster) Rempe. He attended St.

Mary’s Grade School and High School in Fort Madison, Iowa. On June 26, 1948, he married Emma Jean Logsdon in St. Patrick, Mo. He was a member of St. John’s Catholic Church, Clinton, Ill., where he served as an usher, was a lector for 20 years and served on the church board. Also, he was a long time member of the Knights of Columbus. He was a member of the U.S. Naval Reserve from 1947 to 1952. From 1958 to 1962, Lou served as a Sergeant in the Illinois Army National Guard’s 130th Infantry. He was a life member of AMVETS Post #14, Clinton, Ill. He worked at Caterpillar in Peoria and then in Decatur, retiring in 1986 after 35 years of service.

From 1962 through 1966 he worked part time at the DeWitt County Sheriff’s Department as a jailor, radio operator and Deputy. Lou also worked at DeWitt County Sheriff’s Department as a radio dispatcher and court bailiff during the 1980s. Lou’s hobbies over the years were coin collecting; he was a member of the DeWitt County Coin Club. He also enjoyed watercolor and oil painting for family members. He was an amateur radio operator of HAM earning his novice license in 1972, general in 1975 and advanced in 1980. He enjoyed being a HAM operator and talking to people all over the world. He also aided people during natural disasters by connecting loved ones via the HAM radio. He is survived by his wife: Emma Jean Rempe, Clinton, Ill., along with

his nine children: Diane (Barry) Phipps, Clinton, Ill., David (Wanda) Rempe, Decatur, Ill., Joyce Rempe, Clinton, Ill., Carla (Bill) Good, Clinton, Ill., Eric (Valorie) Rempe, Clinton, Ill., Greta (John) Boudeman, Armington, Ill., Teresa (Bill) Washburn, Washington, Ill., Steven Rempe, Clinton, Ill., Janet Vinson, Clinton, Ill. Also 16 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren survive. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother, two sisters and one grandchild: Joanna Boudeman. Funeral mass was held November 14, 2011 at St. John’s Catholic Church, Clinton, Ill., with Father James Henning officiating. Burial followed at Oak Park Cemetery, Clinton, Ill. Memorials may be made to the St. John’s Catholic Church, Clinton, Ill.

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Melvin C. “Bud” Saucier Mr. Melvin C. “Bud” Saucier, age 90 years, of St. Charles, Mo., a former Jefferson City resident, died Sunday, November 13, 2011 at the St. Joseph Health Care Center, St. Charles, Mo. Bud was born September 3, 1921 in Anaconda, Mo., the son of Eugene F. and Emma Elizabeth Hammer Saucier. He was married on December 6, 1941 in Jefferson City, Mo. to Georgia M. Burks. Bud served in the United States Army prior to World War II and in the United States Navy during World War II. He recently visited the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. on an honor flight. Bud and Georgia owned and operated Saucier Trucking in Canton, Mo. from 1961 until 1982. He was a fifty year member and past master of the Mexico Masonic Lodge, A.F. & A.M. and a member of the White Shrine in Mexico, Mo. Melvin was an avid St. Louis Cardinal and Missouri Tiger fan.

Survivors include: his wife of seventy years, Georgia Saucier; one daughter, Linda Lage and her husband Stephen of Weldon Spring, Mo.; one son, James L. “Jim” Saucier and his wife Talley of Bowling Green, Mo.; one sister, Onetta “Sis” Cardwell of Holts Summit, Mo.; one brother, Charles Saucier and his wife Norma of Virginia Beach, Virg.; three grandchildren, Christopher Stephen Lage and his wife Kristy, Douglas Corbit Lage; and James Talley Saucier; and one greatgrandson, Gavin K. Lage. He was preceded in death by his parents; four sisters, Hazel Puckett, June Goodin, Betty J. Willmeno McKim, and Marjorie Saucier; and two brothers, Bernard Saucier and Don Saucier. Visitation was at Freeman Mortuary November 17, 2011. A Masonic service was conducted in the Freeman Chapel under the auspices of the Jefferson Lodge No. 43, A.F. & A.M. Funeral services were conducted November 17, 2011 in the Freeman Chapel with Elder Chris Gamm officiating. Graveside services and entombment with military honors were conducted at the Mausoleum of Hawthorn Memorial Gardens. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to an honor flight organization for veterans to travel to Washington, D.C. to visit the World War II Memorial or the charity of their choice.

Public Notices Protecting your right to know NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE

Public Notices Protecting your right to know NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE IN RE: David L. Burbridge II and Teresa C. Burbridge, Husband and Wife Trustee’s Sale: For default in payment of debt and performance of obligation secured by Deed of Trust executed by David L. Burbridge II and Teresa C. Burbridge, Husband and Wife dated April 17, 2002 and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Lewis County, Missouri in Book 466, Page 314 the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said Note

will on Tuesday, December 13, 2011 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., (at the specific time of 3:50 PM), at the North Front Door of the Courthouse, City of Monticello, County of Lewis, State of Missouri, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash the following described real estate, described in said Deed of Trust, and situated in Lewis County, State of Missouri, to wit: The following described lots, tracts or parcels of land, lying and being and situate

in the County of Lewis, and State of Missouri, to wit: All of the north thirty-five (35) feet off of lot eighty-six (86) in the original town, now City of LaGrange, Missouri. And: All of thirty-two (32) feet off of the entire south side of lot eighty-five (85) in the original town, now city of LaGrange, Missouri. to satisfy said debt and costs. /s/Milsap & Singer, P.C., Milsap & Singer, P.C.

City of LaGrange “VILLE DES GENS AMICALS” PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS: American Education Week is an opportunity to recognize the accomplishments and the needs of our local public schools; and WHEREAS: Our public schools have enabled generations of American families to build upon the lessons of the past to achieve the dreams of tomorrow; and WHEREAS: American’s system of public education relies not only on the skills and dedication of teachers, school administrators and educational support staff, but also on the encouragement and support of the entire community; and WHEREAS: The local member of the Missouri State Teachers Association are joining teachers, students, and educational organizations, around the nation in special activities in honor of American Education Week. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Ronald L. Powers, Mayor of the City of LaGrange, along with members of the local Community Teachers Association, am asking parents, students and civic leaders to join in the nation’s annual salute to public education during the week of November 13-19, 2011 and do hereby proclaim this week to be American Education Week. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the City of LaGrange to be affixed this 14th Day of November in the Year of Our Lord, Two-thousand and Eleven. _________________________________ Ronald L. Powers, MAYOR In witness thereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the City of LaGrange the 14th day of November 2011. SEAL:

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File No. 135549.121311.262335 FC NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §1692c(b), no information concerning the collection of this debt may be given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the debt collector or the express permission of a court of competent jurisdiction. The debt collector is attempting to collect a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. 1st Pub. Nov. 17, 2011

American education week November 13– 19, 2011

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For satisfaction of judgment issued by the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Case Number 11LE-CV00098 wherein United Community Credit Union is the petitioner and Jason J. Scott and Stephanie L. Scott are the respondents, the undersigned Sheriff will, on December 9, 2011 between the hours of 9:00 o'clock a.m. and 5:00 o'clock p.m., and more particularly at the hour of 1:30 p.m., at the north front door of the Lewis County Courthouse, in Monticello, Missouri, sell the following described real estate at public vendue to the highest bidder for cash for the purpose of satisfying said judgment: All of Lot Four (4) and the North one-half of Lot Five (5), all in Block One (1) in Bellevue Addition to the town, now City of Lewistown, Missouri. (Also known as 402 South Cherry Street, Lewistown, Missouri 63452) /s/ David Parrish David Parrish

Lewis County Sheriff 107 South Washington Monticello MO 63457 NOTICE OF SALE OF 2001 CLAYTON PICKWICK MANUFACTURED HOME VIN CLS097966TN The United Community Credit Union will offer the 2001 Clayton Pickwick Manufactured Home, VIN CLS097966TN for sale in connection with the above referenced Sheriff’s Sale of Real Estate. The manufactured home and real estate will first be offered for sale together as a single unit and will then be offered for sale individually and will be sold under the method that yields the highest price at auction. United Community Credit Union 1001 Vermont Street Quincy, IL 62301 1st Pub. Nov. 17, 2011

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NOTICE OF THE ELECTION CITY OF LEWISTOWN, MISSOURI

The Board of Aldermen of the City of Lewistown, Missouri, has called for a general municipal election to be held in Lewistown, Missouri, on the 3rd day of April, 2012, pursuant to the Election Laws of the State of Missouri. The following officials shall be elected Tuesday, April 3, 2012: A. One (1) Mayor for a 2-year term; B. One (1) Alderman from the North Ward for a 2-year term; C. One (1) Alderman from the South Ward for a 2-year term; D. One (1) City Collector for a 4-year term. Candidates for Mayor, North or South Ward Alderman from the above specified wards of the City of Lewistown, and City Collector shall be at least 21 years of age, a citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant and resident of the City for one year next preceding his or her election and a resident of the ward from which he or she is elected. All candidates shall file their declaration of candidacy with the Lewis County Election Authority at the Courthouse in Monticello, Missouri. The first date for the filing of candidacy shall be the 13th day of December, 2011 and the last day for the filing of candidacy shall be January 17, 2012. /s/ Shirley Hetzler Shirley Hetzler, City Clerk City of Lewistown, Missouri 1st Pub. Nov. 17, 2011 2t


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Joseph Gatt Performed As Culver-Stockton College Guest Artist

Submitted Photo Actor Joseph Gatt sits second from left during a stage practice at Culver-Stockton College.

Joseph Gatt, a veteran of film, television and theater, was the guest artist at  Culver-Stockton College’s stage  presentation

of  “A Streetcar  Named Desire,” a screenplay written by Tennessee Williams. Gatt, who previously starred in “Thor”, “Won-

This ‘N That Durham soup supper The Durham United Methodist Church will hold its annual soup supper on Nov. 19. Oyster, chili and stuffed pepper soup will be served along with maidrites and desserts. Serving begins at 4:30 p.m. Everyone is invited. Free will donation. Rev. Steve Martin is the pastor. Mt. Sinai soup supper Mt. Sinai Church of rural Durham, will hold a soup supper on Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. Chili and potato soup will be served. Everyone is invited to this free fellowship meal. The church is located six miles west of the Hester community at 2885 Hwy P. For more information contact (573) 439-5222. Oats Bus The Oats Bus members met on Nov. 7 at Ewing. Members of the group will meet with the Lewis County Commissioners in November. Election of officers was held. Chairman is Jeanette Buragas, vice chair is Lucille Gillespie, treasurer is Marie Scoggin and secretary is Edith Schmuck. Attending were driver Frances Adams, Sheree Webb from the Shelbina office, Jeanette Buragas,

Cecil Garkie, Leta Gaus, Patsy Geery, Lucille Gillespie, Edith Schmuck, Mary Kay Meyers, Marie Scoggin and Mildred. The next meeting will be a carry-in and Christmas party at Ten Mile on Dec. 5 at noon. LaGrange Garden Club The La Grange Garden Club National Garden Clubs, Central Region, Federated Garden Club of MO, Northeast District met Nov. 7 in the council chambers with 12 members and one guest, Nancy Ellison present. Linda Hess opened the meeting with the club collect. Business meeting consisted of a discussion on the very invasive plant, the Kudzu which is found locally. Slate of officers for next year, President, Linda Hess, Vice President, Betty Lillard, Secretary, Nancy Howe, Treasurers, Suzanne McGee and Gloria Meyer, were accepted. The club will purchase a Flower Show manuel for the club. Seeds were exchanged. Christmas meeting in the home of Kelly Brunk on December 5 will be at 6 p.m. with each member to bring a dessert for an exchange and a card and item for the food pantry. Two November birth-

der Woman”, “Chuck” and “Pulse”  played the lead role of Stanley Kowalski in “Streetcar.” In 2005, Gatt immigrated to the U.S., immediately booking lead roles in the Sy-Fy Channel pilot “Surian;” the feature “Killing Ariel;” Wes Craven’s “Pulse,” opposite Kristen Bell; and Mary Lambert’s “Dark Path Chronicles.” Most recently, Gatt portrayed Gundroth the Frost Giant in “Thor.” Coming to Culver-Stockton College and performing on stage after a 15 year hiatus would be a different and unique experience for him. Gatt admits he had no idea what to expect when he arrived at Culver-Stockton Col-

days were acknowledged. Oyster Prairie 4-H Club The Oyster Prairie 4-H Club met Monday Nov. 7, at the Durham Methodist Church, with 19 members and 16 adults present. Officers were inducted. Business discussed included that on Dec. 11, the Lewis County 4-H Council will have an area-wide 4-H Christmas Party at the Canton Bowling Alley from 2 to 4 p.m. Two lines of bowling and pizza will be provided to the 4-H members attending and each family member that donates a can of food to the food drive will receive a ticket for a free drink. Oyster Prairie’s Christmas Party will be on Monday Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Durham United Methodist Church. Everyone is to bring a covered dish and a box of Christmas cards. Demonstrations were given by Keli AdamsShowing Steers, Ryan Waterman- Hunting and Outdoor Skills, and Josh Wellman -Wood Working, How to Make a Boot Jack. We talked about Recognition Night and handed out awards. Happy Birthday and Happy Anniversary was sang to 4-H and family members who had a birthday or anniversary in November. The next meeting will be held during the Christmas Party on Monday, Dec. at 6:30 p.m.

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lege to begin his work on the guest artist production. Not only  was Gatt impressed with the experience, the cast and the play, he also hoped to make a distinct impact upon those he worked with on the production.  Gatt summarized his thoughts by sharing, “Working on stage is a learning  experience for me as well, and I’m just hoping that the students I’m working with are

learning just as much as I am, both for themselves and from me and my experiences in professional theater.” Concerning the show itself, Gatt said, “I hope that a lot of people come see it and appreciate it; one, for the students because they’re doing such a standup job, and two, I just think everyone should see the show because it is such an amazing piece of theater.”  

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U.S. Cellular continues to invest in its high-speed nationwide network with a new cell site in La Grange to help residents and businesses stay connected to the information and people who matter most to them. The new site will increase U.S. Cellular’s coverage in Missouri and is one of more than 800 towers U.S. Cellular has built across the state. This network enhancement is part of U.S. Cellular’s commitment to pro-

viding an ideal experience anytime its customers use their phones. “Creating the best network in Missouri to ensure that our customers stay connected is a top priority. We take pride in knowing our customers can rely on our network and enjoy the many features their cell phone has to offer no matter where they are,” said Nathan Waddell, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in Mo. To select locations for

new towers, U.S. Cellular has teams of system performance engineers who drive through the company’s network coverage area, sometimes hundreds of miles a day, to test the signal strength and call quality. U.S. Cellular also listens to customer feedback to help identify the communities that would benefit from another tower. The new site is located behind the Lion’s Club building in LaGrange.

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C-SC’s Herman, Bengal Named to All-Academic Team

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Quarterback Matthew Herman and tight end Paul Bengal of Culver-Stockton College have been named to the Capital One Academic All-District V football team as chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Herman, a sophomore physical education ma-

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jor from Columbia, Mo. (Hickman HS), has played in eight of the Wildcats’ 10 games this season, making six starts. Herman has thrown for 1,374 yards and 10 touchdowns. He is averaging 171.8 yards per game, which ranks fourth in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. In addition, Herman ranks

C-SC Cross Country Coach Steps Down

third in the HAAC in total offense, averaging 162.8 yards per game. He has completed 112 of his 258 passes. Meanwhile, Bengal, a senior criminal justice major from Grand Rapids, Mich. (Portland HS / Grand Rapids CC), has played in all 10 games for the Wildcats this season, recording 15 receptions for 181 yards. He is averaging 12.1 yards per reception and 18.1 yards per game. Academic all-district selections were chosen based on a minimum 3.30 GPA and voted on by district sports information directors. Herman and Bengal are now eligible for Academic All-America honors. CoSIDA football Academic All-Americans will be announced Dec. 5.

Culver-Stockton College Men and Women’s Cross Country Coach Dr. Andrew Walsh resigned from his position effective immediately C-SC Athletic Director Greg McVey has announced. McVey also announced that current track and field coach Doug Savage will take over the cross country program and serve as its head coach. Walsh, who has coached the Wildcat cross country teams for two years, will continue to serve as an associate professor of religion and philosophy at CulverStockton College. “I have absolutely loved serving as the head coach of the cross country teams at Culver-Stockton College,” said Walsh. “I will continue to volunteer my time to the program, but I need to get back to the academic side of my profession and work on my research.” Walsh, who has been a professor at Culver-Stockton for 11 years, was named the third cross country coach since the program was re-instituted in 2006, replacing  Patricia Hannah. He helped bring some growth to the program in two seasons, helping it build a roster to compete for the team title at

the Heart of America Athletic Conference championships. The Wildcat men finished eighth last week at the HAAC championships.

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Culver-Stockton’s Logsdon Earns First HAAC Player of the Week Honor

Culver-Stockton College sophomore forward Jessica Logsdon (Canton, Mo. / Canton HS) was selected the first Heart of America Athletic Conference Wom‘97 CHEVY VENTURE ‘95 BUICK LESABRE ‘98 FORD MUSTANG ‘05 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER ‘05 FORD TAURUS SE en’s Basketball Player of the Week for V6, T9870B T9854B Custom, T9910B Touring, T9887C V1742A the 2011-12 season on Monday morning. Logsdon had a busy start to the 201112 season to claim the initial weekly honor as the Wildcats have posted four $ $ $5 CHRYSLER $ SE wins in six$5 contests. Logsdon averaged FORDTAURUS F-150 LARIAT FORD MUSTANG CHEVYVENTURE VENTURE BUICKLESABRE LESABRE ‘0‘98 ‘05 CHRYSLER CRUISER ‘97‘97 CHEVY ‘95‘95BUICK PT CRUISER ‘05 MERCURY SABLE GS ‘05‘97FORD 4 ,PT 830 2 , 741 4 , 000 5 , 000 , 856 V6,T9887C T9870B T9854B Custom, T9910B Touring, T9887C V1742A T9854B Custom, T9910B Touring, V1700B T9935A 15.8 points and 8 rebounds while also tallying assists, ‘05 MERCURY SABLE GS ‘04 DODGE STRATUS R/T ‘06 FORD FUSION S ‘99 TOYOTA 4RUNNER ‘04 TOYOTAeight CAMRY LE six steals and two T9501B V1700B T9938A T9922A blocked shots. V1873 With games against four ranked $$ $ $ $ $2, 741 $ $4, 000 $$4, 830 5,,000 5,6856 2,741 4,000 5,500 , 000 teams, Logsdon scored in double figures 946 in each of those games, all away from ‘99TOYOTA TOYOTA CAMRY 4RUNNER ‘06CHRYSLER FORD FUSION S ‘04 MERCURY SABLE GS ‘96‘04DODGE CAMRY LE DODGERAM STRATUS R/T ‘05 ‘98‘05FORD MUSTANG 1500 ST PACIFICA LE ‘04 ‘02TOYOTA FORD EXPLORER XLT T9501B V1700B T9938A T9922A V1873 V6, T9870B Club Cab, T9909B Touring, V1776B V1873 T9882A home. She highlighted the week with 20 $ $ $ $ $ on 6-of-8 7,564 6,698 8,000 points 8,000shooting to go along 5,946 with five rebounds in an 80-77 win over Southwestern (Kan.) before finishing FORD EXPLORER ‘02 FORD EXPLORER ‘02 FORD EXPLORER XLT $ ‘06 MAZDA MAZDA5 ‘04 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS ‘04 $ $ $ $ $5, 946 Limited, T9664E T9882A $ 7, 564 Sport, T9848A $ 6, 698 $ 8V1723A , 000 8$8,000 with 18 points and 12 rebounds in a 6,000 Limited, T9592B 6,000 8,428 8,500 , 601 64-50 win over Sterling (Kan.). Those ‘04 FORD EXPLORER ‘02 FORD EXPLORER ‘02 FORD EXPLORER XLT ‘06 MAZDA MAZDA5 ‘ 0 4 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS ‘05 TOYOTA SIENNA S ‘03 DODGE DAKOTA ‘02 FORD EXPLORER SPORT Limited, T9664E Limited, T9592B ‘02 TOYOTA RAV4 T9882A Sport,LE V1723A ‘06 FORD FUSION T9848A efforts earned Logsdon the Most ValuT9807B T9501B Limited, T9592B Base, T9684A Club Cab, V1795A able Player award at the Tara Patterson Memorial Tournament. $ $ $ $ $ the season, Logsdon is averag9,771 8,367 $ $8,601 8,601 $$9,333 9,333 9,748 ingFor $ $ $ 15.2 points and eight rebounds per $9, 748 $ 8, 367 $9, 771 9,000 9,000 8,628 8,763 9,540 game. She is shooting 51.6 percent (33............V1818 ......$21,243 ‘08 Audi A4 2.0T quattro........................V1818......$21,243 sport...............$13,660 ..........................V1845 .....$16,000 0 Toyota Corolla LE‘1...0....Toyota ..............Corolla ........V1756LE........$13,660 Dodge RamRam 15001500 SLT Quad ......V1763B ‘11 .Kia Soul sport‘08...Audi ......A4....2.0T ......quattro ............................V1845 ......$16,000 .................‘1..1..Kia.....Soul .V1756 ‘0‘044 Dodge SLTCabQuad Cab........$10,000 .V1763B. .‘1.$10,000 64) from the field, has 13 assists, three ‘04 Ford Explorer Limited.....................T9664E.....$9,771 ‘07 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT.............T9810C. .$12,998 ‘10 Kia Soul Exclaim............................V1842.....$15,748 ‘10 Toyota Camry SE............................V1781.....$17,288 ‘01 Ford F-250SD XLT...........................T9036D1. $10,143 ‘08 Chrysler Town & Country LX............V1786A. . .$13,851 ‘10 Toyota Camry SE..............................V1781......$16,096 ‘07 Toyota 4Runner Sport.......................T9865A....$21,249 ‘07 Toyota 4Runner Sport.......................T9865A....$21,249 ‘10 Toyota Camry‘05‘11SELexus ....Soul ..GX....470 ............................................................V1781 ....$16,096 Town .&....Country LX............Sierra V1786A .$13,851 ‘01 Ford F-250SD ...............$10,000 ......T9036D1‘09.Pontiac $10,143 Base..‘.0..8....Chrysler Kia sport .....V1845 ..$17,402 1500. .SLT SLE1 .......Cab .................T9819A T9164D $15,823 ‘04 Dodge Stratus R/TLE .............XLT ..............................................T9938A blocks and 10 steals. .........................V1699A . .....$21,286 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad ......$16,225 ‘05 Toyota Camry ......T9911A ....$10,295 ‘10 ToyotaVibe Corolla LE............................................V1809 ...V1811...$13,533 ...$13,923 ‘07‘04GMC

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T9579A . . . ‘06 Chevrolet Impala LT.......................V1564C. .$11,261 ‘10 Dodge Avenger SXT.......................V1833.....$14,483 ‘10 Toyota Corolla LE...........................V1817.....$16,000 ‘08 Ford F-150 FX4 SuperCrew..............V1805......$25,599 Pontiac Vibe Base.............................V1791A. . .$11,000 ‘06 Ford Mustang GT Deluxe..................V1782......$14,850 ‘10 Chrysler 300 Touring........................V1748......$17,000 ‘08 Dodge Ram 1500 ST Quad Cab......T9425A...$18,263 ‘11 Toyota Camry‘09LEToyota .......Venza .......Base ...............................V1868 ......$16,907 Sport .................‘09....Toyota .......V1856A ‘0‘038 Dodge .............$11,398 ......V1762B‘10. . .Dodge $11,000 .............T9961A ....$26,000 ‘01 Ford F-250SDRam XLT...1500 .................................T9036D1 Caliber SXT‘.0..7....Jeep ..........Liberty ........V1832 .....$14,500 Corolla S........$14,717 ........................V1803 .....$16,000 ‘08 Pontiac G6 Base...............................T9788B....$11,373 ‘06 Chrysler 300 Touring........................V1814A. . .$15,000 ‘10 Chevrolet Malibu LT 2LT..................V1859......$17,455 ‘06 Lexus ES 330.................................T9469B...$18,281 .............V1823 ......$26,309 BaseS.‘..0......7.......Toyota ............................RAV4 ........$14,697 Avalon XLS ...Quad .........Cab .....................T9425A T9528B $16,000 ‘04 Dodge Limited...Limited .....................T9823B ‘11 Toyota Camry‘10‘08LEChevrolet .Jeep .....Liberty ....Traverse .....Sport .....LT.......1LT..................V1867 . . . . . . $17,000 Base ...............‘06..‘0..8.Toyota .Dodge ......T9894B ...ST.$14,844 ‘0‘045 Dodge ........$11,447 .......$11,613 ..T9823B‘09...‘0Toyota .$11,000 Ram 1500 .......$17,500 JeepDurango GrandDurango Cherokee Laredo ...........V1794A 9 ToyotaMatrix Corolla .........V1769 ...V1803 .....$15,210 ...V1836 ...$18,434 ‘09 Toyota Tacoma Base.....................................V1863 ........$26,477 ‘05 Toyota CamryAccord LEVibe ...EX ....Base .3.0 ...............................T9911A GT .Deluxe .....$14,850 CamrySport .........................V1836 T9627A $16,123300 Touring........................V1748......$17,000 .....$17,823 0 FordMustang Focus SEL .‘.0...6....Ford ..........Mustang .........V1782 ...V1860GT ..Deluxe .$15,310......‘07 ‘10 .Chrysler ..‘0..8.Toyota .Jeep ......Liberty V1782 .XLE ........$14,850 ‘0‘084 Honda Pontiac ...........T9929A ...........$11,495 ........$11,758 ..V1791A‘06. .‘1Ford .$11,000 Chevrolet MalibuSport LT 2LT ..V1859 ...$18,708 ‘08‘10Toyota Highlander ....................V1875 ......$27,000 DodgeAvenger Nitro SE.R/T ................................V1843 0 DodgeRAV4 Avenger ...V1765...$15,000 ...$15,394 ‘10‘11Dodge ‘07 Dodge ......T9810C . . .$11,930 ‘07‘1Toyota BaseR/T .............................T9894B V1765......$18,682 $16,304 ‘08‘11Toyota ‘07 Toyota YarisGrand Base.Caravan ............SXT ...............V1865 .....$11,500 Tundra ......$27,465 Sonata ...Cab ........V1770 ....V1852 ...$18,817 LT 2LT ...Limited .....GLS ....Double .........V1859 ...$17,455 ‘08 Pontiac G6 Base...............................T9788B....$11,373 ‘06 Chrysler 300 Touring........................V1814A. . .$15,000 ‘10 Chevrolet MalibuHyundai HyundaiG6Santa 0 Pontiac Impala G6 BaseLTZ ...................................................T9926A ..V1827.......$15,000 ..$15,500 ‘10‘10Pontiac ‘06 Toyota S...Laredo ................................V1794A ......T9855B ....$12,000 ‘07‘1Chevrolet ‘05 Jeep Grand Corolla Cherokee . .$11,575 BaseFe...GLS ................................................V1837 V1827...........$18,713 $16,718 ‘08‘08Dodge Charger SRT8V6 .........................V1772 ......$27,495 Toyota Highlander ...T9815C . .$18,898 ‘ 0 8 Dodge Ram 1500 ST Quad Cab . . . . . . . . T9425A . . . $17,500 ‘ 0 9 Toyota Corolla S . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V1803 . . . . . . $15,210 ‘ 0 5 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo . . . . . . . . . . . . V1794A . . . $11,613 Dodge Journey 7 ToyotaTacoma Highlander ...T9976A.....$15,000 ..$15,529 ‘10‘10Chevrolet ‘06 BuickVibeRendezvous ......T9563C . . .$12,215 ‘02‘0Toyota Base.Base .......................................T9853B ImpalaSXTLT.................................................V1831 V1844...........$18,800 $16,722 ‘09‘11GMC ‘08 Pontiac Base.......CX .....................................V1791A . .$11,693 Sierra Cruze 1500 SLE ....$28,000 Chevrolet 1LT..........................................T9778A ...V1743A . .$19,219 ‘0..9..Dodge Challenger SE .......................V1821 .Jeep .....$19,587 ‘0.$11,758 9 Toyota Camry LE.‘.1..0....Ford ...........Focus ...........T9829A ....$15,585 ‘047 Honda MitsubishiAccord Eclipse SEEX....3.0 ....................V1778B $12,263 ‘ 0 8 Liberty Sport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V1836 . . . . . . $17,823 SEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V1860 . . . . . . $15,310 ‘ 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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T9419A . . . . $28,392 ‘06 Buick Rendezvous CX.....................T9563C. .$12,215 ‘08 Honda Civic LX..............................T9933A...$15,000 ‘09 Toyota Camry LE............................T9829A...$16,893 ‘08 Honda CR-V EX..............................V1780.....$19,324 ‘09 Pontiac Vibe Base.............................V1809......$12,339 ‘10 Chevrolet Impala LT..........................V1844......$15,630 ‘08 Toyota Sienna XLE............................V1835......$19,645 ‘10 Toyota Tundra Grade Double Cab.....T9461A....$29,707 ‘11 Dodge Nitro SE..Dodge .........Nitro .......SE...............................V1843 ...$18,682 ...............‘08.....Saturn .......V1765 ‘07 Dodge ............$12,330 ......T9810C‘07. . .Jeep $11,930 Liberty Sport.‘.1...0...Dodge ..............Avenger ....V1856AR/T . .$15,000 VUE XE.............$15,394 .........................T9860A ...$16,984 ‘04 Honda AccordGrand EX 3.0..Caravan ................SXT ...T9929A ..................V1843 .....$19,361 ‘08 Chevrolet Impala LTZ........................T9749A....$12,500 ‘10 Chrysler Sebring Limited..................V1840......$15,700 ‘08 Toyota RAV4 Base.............................V1858......$19,729 ‘08‘11Chevrolet Tahoe LT...........................V1777......$30,000 ‘06 Pontiac G6 Avenger GTPCorolla ......SXT ........S....................................T9888A ....‘.1.....0.......Pontiac .................................G6 ....V1825 .....$15,500 ......................................V1824A V1860 .......$20,000 $17,000Santa‘06FeFordGLS F-150 XLT SuperCrew . . . . . . . . . . . . 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The Lady Wildcats are scheduled to host Hannibal-LaGrange University in their first home game of the 2011-12 season on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at Charles Field House. Tipoff is slated for 7 p.m.

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