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Two arrested on drug charge March 11
Two Monroe City residents were arrested Sunday night in LaGrange on a drug charge. Ruben Gene Williams, 30 and Christina M. Canella, 43, both of Monroe City are charged with the conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, a class C felony. The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office deputies initiated an investigation after receiving information the two were buying pseudo ephedrine pills to assist in the manufacture of meth. Bond for each is $50,000. Williams is also wanted in the state of California for burglary and theft and is on parole from the California Department of Corrections. Assisting the Sheriff’s Office were the Northeast Missouri Narcotics Task Force and the LaGrange Police Department. Further arrests are pending.
Two hurt in onecar crash March 6
Two LaGrange residents were injured in a one-vehicle accident March 6 on Route C, seven miles southeast of Monticello. Driver Norma L. Farr, 72, was taken by Lewis County Ambulance to Blessing Hospital with apparently moderate injuries. Her grandson Jacob K. Farr, 12, of LaGrange was taken to the same hospital by private auto with apparently minor injuries. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said N. Farr’s westbound 2010 Toyota went off the right side of the road, struck a culvert and overturned. The vehicle was totaled. Both occupants wore seat belts.
St. Patrick events planned
A variety of events are planned for St. Patrick’s day in St. Patrick, Mo. A new event, Irish Road Bowling begins at 10 a.m. with registration beginning at 9 a.m. Corned beef and cabbage will be served beginning at 11:30. From 10:30 to noon Irish band Rag Tag is scheduled and at 1 p.m Irish harp and flute music by Eric Steitz will be featured. Santa Claus arrives at 2 p.m. and kids can join in a Blarney stone hunt and receive goodies from Santa. The band, Steppin Back from Quincy, Ill., will be playing favorite songs from the 60s beginning at 2:30 p.m. Amish baked goods will be available and the Old Irish gift shop will be open all day with prizes drawn hourly, persons must be present to win. Special cancellation postmarks will be available at the Post Office.
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ABOVE - A seemingly early spring has everyone enjoying the warm weather. Daffodils and other plants are blooming in the county, and residents are getting their gardens ready a little earlier than normal. RIGHT - Canton students arrive for classes Tuesday morning with a heavy fog shrouding the parking lot, before the sun burned off the fog later in the day. The forecast for the upcoming week shows temperatures in the 70’s and 80’s. Photo by Dan Steinbeck
Ex apartment site to house community garden BY DAN STEINBECK EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.org
The site where a recently razed Canton apartment house stood could soon be a community garden. Project spokesperson, Third Ward Alderman Sharon Upchurch said that the project was born out of a study about a year ago to study hunger in Lewis County. A group of Culver-Stockton students did the study. While commodities are distributed through the Canton First Baptist Church and the Council of Churches maintains a food pantry at the Canton Christian Church, the students found there wasn’t a
good resource for fresh fruits and vegetables. Canton dentist Dr. C. Clark Todd offered two lots once an apartment at the corner of Sixth and Clark Streets. That was accomplished before March 1. Demolition contractor Bud Campbell brought composted hog manure and spread it on the site, and left a pile of bricks, which can be used to make pathways, or separate garden bed plots. While the intention of a steering committee is to allow the plots to be used this spring for growing crops, there are several issues the committee is still discussing. These include possible cost to participants (to pay for water on
the site), the number and size of the plots, \whether fencing will be needed or can be afforded, and whether they will be individual plots or co-operative effort with various plots designated for fruits, flowers, vegetables or herbs. A meeting to discuss these issues, to which the public is invited, is tonight (Thursday, March 15) at 7 p.m. at Primo’s restaurant. A shed on the property was not razed and needs some work that Upchurch is suggesting the Culver-Stockton Extreme Dome Makeover might consider. “We have a commitment to the city it won’t be used as a weed patch,” Upchurch said.
She said the Canton R-V FFA and some other youth service clubs might be participating to help. Upchurch said the project has already garnered some interest, from both experienced and beginner gardeners. She said a lot of seed has been donated, that will likely go to the first participants. “This is an experiment. I’m excited about it. I see it as a fun thing,” Upchurch said, adding that although she has another garden, she might consider buying a community garden plot for the social aspect and to gain advice from gardening experts.
Filing has started for public offices BY DAN STEINBECK EDITOR email@example.com
Less than two weeks remain for filing for public office. County Clerk Sharon Schlager has reported no further filings for Lewis County offices. The candidate that have filed are: Jesse Roberts, Southern Commissioner; John Campen, Northern Commissioner; Larry Arnold, Coroner; Craig Myers, Assessor;
David Parrish, Sheriff; all Democrat incumbents; Brett Bozarth, Public Administrator, the Democrat appointed last year to fill Bill Murphy’s post when Murphy retired; and Carson W. Lay, Surveyor, a Republican. Russell Steele, the incumbent Democrat Second Judicial Circuit Judge, has also filed for re-election. Redistricting changed some borders – and some district numbers. Craig Redmon, Canton, the incumbent Re-
publican First District State Representative has filed for the new Fourth District, which encompasses more of Adair County and none of Marion County, as well as Lewis County. Current U.S. Representative, Ninth Congressional District Republican Blaine Luetkemeyer (which now includes Lewis County), has filed for the Third Congressional district, which doesn’t include Lewis County. Instead, the new Sixth District, which
covers most of the top third of the state –including Lewis County -, has two Democrats who have filed, Kyle Yarber or Gladstone and Ted Rights of Hamilton. Statewide, there are to date five candidates who have filed for U.S. Senator, six for Secretary of State; six for Governor, 11 for Lt. Governor; three for Attorney General; and two for State Treasurer. A full list of pertinent candidates will be listed after filing closes March 27.
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A LaGrange man was sentenced in February to federal prison from a charge from 2011. Marcus Alan Mays, pled guilty to a felon in possession of a firearm. Mays was indicted by a federal grand jury on the
charge June 14, 2011, but the offense itself occurred in December, 2010. Mays was remanded to the custody of the United States Marshal at the sentencing and ordered to serve 18 months in the Bureau of Prisons, and given two years of supervised release (parole) after that. Mays was ordered to not posses any firearm or weapon, cooperate in any DNA collection, participate in an approved domestic violence program, not to patronize businesses where more than 50 percent of the revenue is from the sale of alcoholic beverages, submit to a mental health evaluation, and submit to searches of his person, residence, nearby structures, office or vehicle, pay a $100 fine, and forfeit a Hi-point C9 pistol and ammuni-
tion. Mays owned the dog in a highly-publicized 2010 shooting of the dog Cammie, an American bulldog by LaGrange Police. Mays was fined for failure to register the dog and failure to muzzle or leash. Mays had pled guilty in 2006 to a class C felony of second-degree domestic assault for which he received a suspended imposition of a five-year prison sentence and two years probation. In January, Mays filed a civil rights violation lawsuit in U.S. District Court, eastern District of Missouri, against he city of LaGrange and LaGrange Police Officer Doug Howell and is seeking compensatory damages, punitive damage, and attorney fees.
Community Center plan lacks initial support BY DAN STEINBECK Editor email@example.com
A public appeal to seek commitments for turning a former Canton business building into a community center has fallen short in anticipated support. The Canton Community Betterment Group was asking if the public would be willing to commit to a minimum of $6,500 of private funds to cover utilities for the twostory brick building at Fourth and Lewis Streets, which formerly housed the Saturday Store. Joe Clark, who chairs the CCBG, said early indications show there was less than $5,000 that the people would be willing to commit to the project. The costs to maintain the building would likely
increase in subsequent years. This means, barring a change before hand, an on-line auction will continue for two weeks, possibly starting in midApril. Had the commitment goal been reached, the building would be used as a “home” for the Canton Area Arts Council, and possibly various service clubs and would also be rented for receptions. Clark said the CCBG will further develop a “plan B” at an early April meeting, if the building doesn’t sell at the on-line auction. William and Lynn Fox recently donated the building after their move from Canton, Missouri to Canton New York several years ago.
Canton board decides solid waste issues Canton aldermen discussed solid waste removal and traffic signs in the Feb. 21 monthly aldermen meeting. After a discussion of trash collection at curbsides only or curbsides and alleys, the board voted to allow curbsides only trash collection. Rates were reviewed and the board awarded the low bid to Allied Waste. Mayor Jarrod Phillips was authorized to sign the contract with Allied Waste. The board agreed to publish a public service
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announcement regarding the 95-gallon totes for trash collection. Public Works Director George Hausdorf discussed purchasing a power rake, a 15-foot Brush Hog, and a sickle mower with the proceeds of the sale of a road grader, which is expected to bring a minimum of $10,000 at a government auction site. The three department heads will form a committee for a safety review of the city property, as per insurance requirements. Monthly safety meetings
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will be held. It was proposed incentive amounts up to $300 be allowed, and not paid if there are safety violations. No action was taken on the incentive amounts. The board agreed to have an ordinance drawn to close Elm Street east of South Fourth Street, at the request of Ursa Farmer’s Cooperative. The board adopted an ordinance setting 25 milers per hour as a speed
limit on certain roads, and to have an ordinance removing a stop sign at Fifth and Jefferson and making Fifth and Montgomery Street a four-way stop. Phillips, City Attorney Dennis Smith and J.R. Winters will discuss an engineer report of Winters’ business building at 415 Clark Street. Police Chief Hayes Shelley said his department will better enforce
the no parking sign across from the post office. The police are discussing a five-year asset replacement plan. The public works department is working with the Tourism Commission on the pond holding area east of second Street behind the school; have reported the radio-read meter installation is going well; and variable frequencies for the wastewater plant are being written.
Annual Ladies Spring Celebration in Lewistown The fourteenth annual Ladies Spring Celebration ill be March 24 from 10 a.m. To 2 p.m. at Park United Methodist Church
in Lewistown. The event is sponsored by the Miracle Workers Group. This year’s theme is Hats Off to Spring.
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LOCAL NEWS NIXON NAMED GENERAL MANAGER OF ST. AVENUE CAFE
Richard Horner honored by Shelter Insurance Richard Horner, Shelter Insurance Companies agent at Canton, Mo., has been honored as one of Shelter’s highest achieving sales representatives, based on overall 2011 agency operations. The Champion designation recognizes members of a select group of Shelter agents who demonstrate the highest overall excellence in insurance services and meet corporate standards of sound agency operation during the previous year. Richard Horner has represented Shelter since May 2010. Since then, he
has earned the Champion recognition two times. The Richard Horner Shelter Insurance® Agency is located at 408 Lewis St., Canton.
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Jonathan Nixon of LaGrange has been promoted to general manager at Saints Avenue Cafe in Canton. Nixon is the son of Jim and Donna Nixon of LaGrange, He is a 2011 graduate of Highland High School where he was treasurer of the FFA. Jonathan likes to buck square bales with his Dad in the summer. He has been employed at Saints Avenue Cafe for over two years. According to Randy Ferris of Saints Avenue Cafe, Nixon’s commitment to customer service, food quality and his work ethic is something the owners of the restaurant look for in their management team. Ferris said “Jonathon has grown to become a valuable member of our management team. We are very excited and are looking forward to seeing Jonathon continue to grow.” Nixon’s goal is to own and operate his own Saints Avenue Cafe as the company expands.
Canton Library receives $3000 grant The Canton Public Library was a recipient of $3,000 in grant money from the General Mills Foundation for the update of the children’s section of the library. The Hannibal office of General Mills awarded $107,000 in funds to a total of twen-
ty-four applicants at an awards reception at the Hannibal Nutrition Center on March 1, 2012. The grant was written by David Predmore, president of the library board of trustees, and accepted at the reception by library director Susan Lowman.
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2012 Delegate Selection Mass Meetings Missouri Democrats will once again have the opportunity to vote and express their preference for the Democratic Nominee while they begin the process of electing delegates to the Missouri State Convention. Mass meetings for the 2012 delegate selection process will be held on March 29, 2012 at 7:30
p.m. A meeting will take place in each county, where delegates and alternates will be elected to attend the next step of the selection process. However, individuals wishing to run for National Convention Delegate do not need to be elected at the mass meeting level.
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COMMUNITY NEWS Horner named Coach of the Year Randy Horner has been named women’s swimming coach of the year in the Sun Belt conference. Horner is in his second year as head swim coach at Florida International University. In Horner’s first year at FIU, the panthers shattered 11 program records. The 2011-12 swimming season was a record-breaking year for the FIU swimming and diving team. The Panthers broke ten program records, four Sun Belt Conference records, claimed five Sun Belt championships and swept the conference swimmer, diver and coaches of the year awards. In addition, FIU had nine medalists and 13 finalists at the SBC Championships. Leading the Panthers were swimmer Johanna Gustafsdottir and diver Sabrina Beaupre with
multiple championships. Gustafsdottir won three individual titles. Beaupre continued her mastery off the diving board with two more individual titles. Gustafsdottir, who earned the Sun Belt Swimmer of the Year, won the 200 IM, 200 freestyle and 200 backstroke at the SBC Championships. Gustafsdottir set Sun Belt and FIU records in the 200 IM (1:59.14) and 200 backstroke (1:54.40). The freshman from Iceland set an FIU record in the 200 freestyle (1:48.09). Gustafsdottir recorded an NCAA B Standard in all three events. Gustafsdottir’s time in the 200 backstroke gives her a No. 13 ranking in the NCAA.
HORNER Anotonov and Jackie Wellman. Horner earned a bachelor of science in elementary education from Missouri State University in 1994. He is a graduate of Canton R-V High School and was on the swim team in Canton with Jake DeCoster as his coach. He is the son of Ron and Linda Horner of Canton.
As an assistant swimming coach at Missouri State, Horner coached 2004 Olympians Raichin
Life Tablernacle 30th anniversary pastoral celebration Life Tabernacle will have a 30th anniversary Pastoral Celebration March 16-18. Paul F. Kinney is the pastor. On March 16, an Appreciation Service begins at 7:30 p..m. with special
speaker Rev. Steve Willeford. A reception will be held from 3-6 p.m. on March 17 and refreshments will be served. Sunday services will be held on March 18 at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Special speaker
will be Rev. Don Sheerin. Life Tabernacle is located at 31460 State Highway 16, Canton, Mo. The public is invited to attend the events.
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CHAPTER 6: Sallie, A Scrappy Cur, Beloved by All
Attention! Roll out— not over, troops! The bugle calls us to Gettysburg, PPa., a., where we’ll meet Sallie and visit the site of the most costly battle of the Civil War, in terms of casualties for the Confederacy and the Union.
forced to retreat. It’s hard to fathom, but the dead men carted away and the wounded men limping behind him formed a line of defeat that extended for miles. Sallie saw it all—at Gettysburg you can read her dog-witness account. Sallie was a soldiers’ pet, a mascot of the 11th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.
The men got her as a pup, a roly-poly, feisty ﬁghter, a loyal cur that cut her milk teeth on a saber. Sallie was a female, but she didn’t cater to women, to Rebels or Democrats. It was all military, “Yes, Sir,” for Sallie, a born and bred soldier from Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863, was an ominous battle, and a low point for the the get-go, a stalwart service-gal who asSouth’s Gen. Lee. Though the war waged signed herself to a particular soldier and dogged him day and night, even seemfor two more years, Lee never again attempted to gain a northern stronghold, ing to recognize the rank held by each even though the South rallied again with soldier. some success, but eventually ran out of Sallie rose before the sun burned the dew troops to serve. off the grass, answering the bugle for roll
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Pictured is Terry Faulconer, Firefighter and member of the Ewing R-4 Fire and Rescue Auxiliary, accepting a check from Luke Rothweiler, Vice-President of the United State Bank. United State Bank recently gave a check in the amount of $1,500.00 to the Ewing R-4 Fire and Rescue Auxiliary. This money will be used to purchase equipment for the fire district.
Raleigh’s welcome baby girl Mr. Alan Raleigh and Mrs. Cassandra Raleigh are the proud parents of a baby girl born Tuesday, March 6 at Hannibal Regional Hospital. She weighed six pounds, 10 ounces and has been named
Adalynn Skye Raleigh. Grandparents are Deborah and Nathan Bartlett of Monticello, Mo., and Mike and Sandra Raleigh of LaGrange, Mo. Adalynn is the couple’s first child.
Volunteer Work Days Planned at Mark Twain Lake Visitor Center The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Mark Twain Lake will continue hosting volunteer work days March 10 and 17 at the M.W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center. Although volunteers are free to arrive when they are able, Rangers will be available each day from 10 a.m. through 4 p.m. Interested groups or individuals will have the opportunity to assist Park Rangers with mulching, pruning, dead-heading, leaf removal and assist in overall sprucing and helping get the Visitor Center ready for an-
other busy recreation season. Participants that devote their time for the day will receive a Mark Twain Lake water bottle to take home. The M.W. Boudreaux Memorial Visitor Center is located along Highway J just south of the Clarence Cannon Dam. If you would like more information please feel free to contact the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by email at email@example.com or call 573735-4097.
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EDITORIAL THIS IS LIFE
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Fitness revelation no new thing, nor personally effective BY DAN STEINBECK EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a new get-thinquick infomercial that is now being advertised with the term “muscle confusion.” Of course, EVERYONE who uses said product not only loses much weight, many of them get the stomach wrinkles indicating the presence of abs. (By the way, why do we never hear of a cream to lose those nasty deep stomach ridges caused by losing weight and commonly called “ripped abs”)? The point is the term being used is “muscle confusion.” Supposedly, it works something like this. For a few days you lift weights, then for a few days you run multiple short distance wind sprints - say from Lewis County to Cleveland then for a few days you do weird pushups where you sway your body forward at the time you are pinching a two-liter soda bottle between your knees, all to work different muscles. The next time, you do gymnastics, such as the one-handed rings. Well no wonder the muscle is confused, but for most normal people, isn’t the tendency for confused muscles to say “forget it.” We’ll try again the next time you make a New Year’s resolution?” Of course you have to order this 213 CD set that tells you how to do a different exercise each week, and of course you have to pay for it. Maybe this program works, but for one anony-
STEINBECK mous columnist “muscle confusion has had little benefit. Said columnist will watch a TV program and suddenly decide to jog around the block. The muscles say “Hey, what’ going on? We thought you were watching Walton’s TV show 48-hour marathon. We were comfortable in the recliner.” Or when he suddenly decides to lift a set of encyclopedias to carry them upstairs, the muscles in the arms, legs, and gluteus maxis say “You’ll hear from us tomorrow.” And there is nothing like tossed salad, with a triple fudge brownie for dessert or a deluxe mega cheeseburger and a Diet Coke to create muscle confusion. Shouldn’t the muscles be mature enough to figure it out for themselves which are nutrients and which can be properly disposed? Better yet, isn’t there some canceling out of the good and bad foods? Maybe the columnist is going about this the wrong way, but he already has active muscle confusion, but it’s not leading to ripped abs.
It’s all in the way you hear it BY BRIANNA BARTLETT EDITORIAL ASSISTANT email@example.com
Words have been described in a million different ways. Some, like myself, believe they are a breath of life while others don’t hold them to as high a regard, but no matter how a person regards words, virtually everyone must use them on a daily basis. What makes words so entertaining to me is the different ways people use them. As I was having a “Girls Day Out” with a friend and her seven-year-old daughter, we began to discuss my Valentine’s present from my husband, a Malshi puppy named Ryley. The more I spoke, the more confused the young girl seemed to look. We were simply talking about my puppy, so I couldn’t understand why she appeared as though I were speaking in another language to her. It wasn’t until she leaned over and asked her mom a question that I realized the source of her confusion. “Mom, what is a ‘dawg’?” After having been here for around six or so months, I’d come to the conclusion that my speech wasn’t all that different from everyone else around this area, so I hadn’t worried as much about the way I said par-
BARTLETT ticular words. But young Patton’s question made me think, ‘What else do I say that sounds ‘funny’ to the residents around Lewis County?’ I believe in always saying ‘Yes ma’am’ and ‘No sir.’ If I know a person’s last name, I call them by Mr./Mrs./Miss and their last name, and when I don’t know their last name, I address women by calling them Miss and then saying their first name. Almost all my ‘O’s’ are ‘AW’s’ and when I pronounce anything with an ‘I’ in it, the letter seems to drag on for days. And “Bless her heart” is in almost every sentence I speak. I’m sure there are a multitude of other random things I say that take Lewis Co. residents by surprise, but as long as they can understand me, I believe I’ll do just fine.
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Pictured above is the Miller - Star Opera House in Canton in the early 1900’s. The Opera House was a great place for entertainment in Canton’s early years. This photo courtesy the Lewis County Historical Society.
LEWIS COUNTY HISTORY
BACKWARD GLANCES From the pages of early Lewis County newspapers 25 Years Ago The Press-News Journal Mar. 19, 1987 Canton board of alderman passed a lengthy ordinance Monday night. The ordinance, regarding Canton being a flood plain and defining the boundaries and terms, is required by the federal government so residents may purchase flood insurance. The dramatic arrest of an Omaha, Neb. man Thursday morning, Mar. 12, in Canton turned out to be an over-exaggeration from first reports. According to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department, a hitch-hiker, who the Missouri state Patrol identified as Daniel Patrick Demskie, has been picked up by George Knott. Knott reportedly left Demskie at a truck stop without unloading. Demskie is said to have reported to authorities that Knott had an automatic weapon in the truck, and was wanted for murder and robbery. Some nine years later, after parking meters were discontinued in Canton, the poles which long supported them are being removed. Canton city employees Rex Cameron and Larry Jones have removed a number of the standards last week and this week, and will finish
in another week or two. Clinton T. Turner of Canton is one of four area men recently honored by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department in Jefferson City for their crew accidentfree records in 1986. 50 Years Ago The Press-News Journal Mar. 22, 1962 Mrs. Ada Roberts, Harold B. Bradshaw, Dr. William F. Wagner, Gene Terry, and Roi S. Wood are the five Culver-Stockton Alumni that will be honored at eh college’s 5th Alumni Recognition Day to be held on campus Saturday, April 14. Jack Hartmann was elected president of the Canton Chamber of Commerce for 1962-63 at the annual banquet held Wednesday night, Mar. 14. Bob Ayers was elected vice-president, and Bill Wallace and Rap Clancy were elected to the board of directors. The Town Board had its usual large number of problems to come up at its regular monthly meeting Monday night. The town elected was set for Tuesday, April 10. Only the trustee of the third ward is to be elected this year. The voting precinct will be at the city office, and Mrs. Ross Collins and Mrs. Harold Marks were selected as judges and Mrs. George Gruber and Mrs. Dale Gamet as clerks. Also, it was ordered that dog owners be notified that all dogs must
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be confined during April, May and June. Come rain, snow or high water, Canton will have two elections within the next three weeks. The school election is set for April 3 and the Town election April 10. The school election, which will be held at the public school, will set the school levy for the coming year and elect two board members for three year terms. 75 Years Ago The Press-News Journal Mar. 25, 1937 St. Patrick’s Day, Mar. 17, was much more than just another St. Patrick’s Day to the people who lie in and around the village northwest of here that bears his name—the only community in the United States named after the famous patron of Ireland. Special emphasis was placed on the day because it was the 100th anniversary of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, and appropriate ceremonies marked the occasion. The fourth anniversary of the Civilian Conservation Corps will be celebrated by Company 3736 at Canton Sunday, April 4. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Van Osdol gave a dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Van Osdol’s father and mother, Mrs. and Mr. John A Hudson, for their 61st wedding anniversary. 105 Years Ago The Lewis County Journal Mar. 29, 1907
Ella Ewing, the Missouri giantess, will travel with Ringling Bros. Circus this season. Edina is to have an $18,000 school house. The proposition was voted on recently and carried 6 to 1. A new dairy company has been organized in the city to be known as LaGrange Pure Milk Company. The officers are Dr. William Ellery, president, and Albert Robinson, manager. The company has purchased the dairy business and goodwill of Faree and Jackson. All their milk is to be pasteurized which fill the requirements of the pure food law of the state. The horse and buggy that was stolen from the hitch rack in Lewistown Wednesday night, Mar. 20, was found Friday morning by Dr. Turner, 20 miles southwest of Newark and was returned to the owner, H.J. Galbraith of near Lewistown. There is no doubt that the horse was stolen, at least it was driven away by someone who wanted to get out of the county and took that method of getting away. 125 Years Ago The Lewis County Journal Mar. 25, 1887 Our people are catching some very fine catfish out of the Fabius here. George S. Plant says he caught one that weighed 30 pounds. We did not see this one.
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LOCAL NEWS Comedy show planned at Lewis Street Playhouse A comedy show will be held at the Lewis Street Playhouse in Canton on March 18 and features Bob Zany’s “One Man 2
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The Canton R-V Business Technology class taught by Kelly Berhorst, visited the Press-News Journal on March 9. The students were shown how a newspaper gathers information, received information about how advertising helps the newspaper, and how the paper uses the Adobe InDesign software to publish each edition. Pictured are: Lucas Brown, Aubrey Durst, David McReynolds, Levi Gaus, Seth Shaffer, Kelina Jacobs, Courtney Nelson, Robin Farr, Derek Bracey and Kelly Berhorst.
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Quiz Bowl competitors finish out the season with tournament play The Highland Junior High Quiz bowl teams finished the season with the South Shelby Tournament on Feb. 24 and the Knox County Tournament of the Minds on Mar. 9. At South Shelby, the eighth grade team defeated teams from North Shelby, Brookfield, and Knox County to advance to the finals. After winning against Monroe City and Marceline, the eighth graders fell to Clark and South Shelby, coming home with a fourth place medal out of the twelve teams for their division. The seventh graders defeated Brookfield, Monroe City, Palmyra, and Marceline. In the finals a loss to South Shelby led them to a third place trophy and individual medals. Selected for the all-star from Highland were seventh graders Catherine Smith and Emily Kaylor and eighth
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COMMUNITY NEWS LaGrange News By Myrna Hoteling
Sisters Alice Lee Solter, Maxine Wolfmeyer, Patty Logsdon and Kay Carpenter attended a ladies day program at Mt. Olivet Church in Taylor. Evelyn J. Glascow conducted the program with a theme of Peace by Piece. Lunch was served and prizes were given.A very enjoyable day for all. Pat Garrett of Montgomery City spent several days visiting with her mother, Betty Leeser. A Brotherhood Program will be given on March 25 at 3:30 in the Green Chapel Baptist Church. Alvin Vaughn helped his sister, Alice Davidson of Paloma move to her new residence in Quincy. Tuesday, Elain Jamerson of Ft. Madison joined Phyllis Heindselman for lunch in Quincy and catching up on local news. Hunter Collier is attending the United Methodist Church confirmation classes. Nancy Howe recently visited her son, Matthew and family in Springfield, Ill. He took her to the airport to fly to Phoenix, Ariz., to visit another son, Patrick Foley and family for a little over a week. The weather was fantastic and she enjoyed the â€œtwo little guysâ€? her grandsons. Barbara Harsell of Good Samaritan Home visited in Phyllis Heindselmanâ€™s home on Wednesday.
Hannah Collier passed her test to enter nursing at Culver. Her grandmother, Donna Collier and sister, Ashley took her to lunch at Kellyâ€™s in celebration. Visitors from La Grange at the funeral of Robert Ozel â€œShortyâ€? Bradshaw included, Clyde Humphrey who sang Take my Hand Precious Lord., Rosa Bradshaw and Melva Mosby, sisters of Robert, Wanda Tasco, Keanna, Kerssin, and Caleb, Phillip Bradshaw, Terry Tasco, Randy Lewis, and Virginia Dade. Over 300 attended visitation with wife, Pam, able to greet everyone. Pam suffered a broken vertebra in her neck, seven broken ribs, punctured lung and numerous bruises. Others in attendance were son, Devin of Lewisville, Texas, daughter Danita and husband Korley, who sang His Eye is on the Sparrow, Dereth, son from Burlington, George Newman, father-in-law, Phillip Newman, brother in law, Paul, brother-inlaw and Amy from Cedar Rapid, Celeste Hall,sisterin -law from Mansfield, Texas, his best friend,Ray Robinson, Katherin Hodges and daughter, Cynthia Mack, Dublin, Ohio and Kenny, Virgil Owens,from Omaha, Neb., Gwenny, daughters from Auroa, Colorado, Brianna Owens, Valeen and Madison Lee, Angie Bramlett, Austin, Texas, grandson Robert and family.
of Clubs and Organizations to give one scholarship of $750. Kiarra Smith, a CulverStockton student from St. Louis, gave the program. The next meeting will be March 20 at Rosemary Taylor. United Methodist Women of Canton The United Methodist Women of Canton met March 9 with President Charlene Baker presiding. Linda Horner read a brief devotion about spring. Secretary Jean Calvert called the roll and members answered with favorite Bible verses. Juanita Haines reported on sending get will mission cards to Charlene Baker and Beth Kenney. Thank you notes were shared from Agape House, Blessing Hospital and Char-
By Loretta Bringer Erma Dee Jones enjoyed lunch in Quincy with Rita Derkson Black this past week. Irene Durst visited her sister, Marty, at Luther Manor Apts. in Hannibal and took her shopping and out to lunch. Pete Fountain received news Friday that her aunt, Jean Coppage in Ft. Madison, Iowa, passed away. She had worked for Sheaffer Pen for many years and Pete remembers gifts of pen sets from her. They will probably be collector items someday. Marvin, Loretta, and Rachel Bringer attended the wedding of Ashley Bringer and Adam Sartin in Jonesboro, Ark., on Saturday. Ashley is the daughter of Randy and LuAnn Anderson Bringer. There were a number of other guests and relatives attending from this immediate area. The flowers and flowering trees are in full bloom in south Missouri and Arkansas and big rains had caused some flooding. Adam Bringer, a student at Truman University, was home for the weekend and a special visitor of Russell Bringer who is still in rehab at Blessing Hospital.
Ed Durst, brother of Paul and Bill Durst, passed away this week. Paul and Irene had been visiting him in the hospital and sympathy is extended to their family. Erma Dee Jones visited with Joann Dehner in Country Aire Nursing home in Lewistown. Joann is there for therapy. Dale Eisenberg remains a patient in Blessing Hospital and needs our support and prayers. Jack Fountain and Danny Griesbuam attended the Storm Watcherâ€™s class on Monday at John Wood College. They found it interesting and were glad they attended. Paul and Irene Durst took dinner to Merle Blentlinger and a visiting grandson, Andrew Marshall, from Springfield, Ill. Merle is a brother-in-law of Paul and Irene. Jack and Pete Fountain were Thursday evening supper guests of the Chris Fountain family in Palmyra. Jack and Chris worked on making a puppet stage out of pvc pipe. There is some construction work at the post office in Maywood. They are still open and have regular hours.
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La Belle News By Joan Rife Fred and Marie Hackamack visited with Dale and Martha Mathes and had dinner at Mikeâ€™s Place in Liberty. They visited the campgrounds at Cedar Lake where they used to camp together. Mike and Sandy Thomas visited with his mother, Ruth for several days and then took Ruth to Kirksville and Rutledge shopping. Bonnie Brown, Edith Fulton and Joan Rife played bingo in Lewistown on Friday night. Carol Wierschem and brother Gary had Brandy Glas and granddaughter Brie visit for the weekend. A nice crowd enjoyed lene Baker. Agape House is a United Way project of Audrain County where visitors to prisons in Vandalia and Bowling Green can stay for a small fee. The Canton unit sends mall soaps and shampoos to them. Small handmade stuffed bears are given to Blessing Hospital where they are given to young patients.
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Grant Kennedy of the LaGrange Fire Department extinquishes a large woodpile fire that the department responded to on Route P near LaGrange. A motorist spotted the fire and reported it to authorities Wednesday March 7. There were no structures in danger. A neighbor, Alva Farr, moved some of the wood out of reach of the fire with his farm equipment.
US Army Corps of Blessing offers Eng. seek volunteers free Colorectal Cancer screening for placement of fish Colorectal cancer is one cancer a person can prevent. That’s why the American Cancer Society recommends screening for everyone age 50 and above, but most local physicians recommend screenings starting at age 40 due to increased number of diagnoses in younger patients. The Blessing Cancer Center makes it easy to get screened. Free colorectal cancer screening kits will be distributed beginning at 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 27, at the Blessing Cancer Center North Entrance. No registration is required. Only one kit per person is allowed and a consent
form must be signed. After completing the screening, drop off or mail back the kit (per instructions) to learn if there is a risk of colorectal cancer. The best method to detect colorectal cancer is a colonoscopy. The screening kit is a first step in maintaining colon health and is not intended as a substitute for a colonoscopy. Visit the website at www.blessinghealthsystem.org/cancer for information about services offered at the Blessing Cancer Center. For more information about the screening, call 217-2238400, ext. 7718.
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Many Christmas trees have been collected during the eighth annual Christmas tree recycling program. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is now seeking volunteers to place the trees at several established sites in Mark Twain Lake. John F. Spalding and South Fork Boat Ramps have been designated as the starting points. Residents of the Mark Twain Lake community willing to contribute their time and equipment to assist the Corps in placing the trees can meet at either the John F. Spalding or South Fork boat ramp on Saturday, March 31, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. The trees will be bundled together and sunk in Mark Twain Lake, developing an underwater habitat. These structures provide excellent places for fish to rest. Creating this structure also encourages the growth of algae and zooplankton for young fish to feed upon, which in turn enhances growth. Of course the biggest advantage is they make excellent places to catch fish, and all those volunteering will have first-hand knowledge of these “honey holes”. Anyone wishing to volunteer or wanting more information should contact Brad Stamp at the Mark Twain Lake Project Office at (573) 735-4097.
Seeking Scholarship Applicants The LaGrange Medical board is seeking applications for two $1,000.00 scholarships to be awarded to a senior from Canton and a senior from Highland. Applicants must be 2011-12 graduates and entering college in the Fall of 2012 to pursue a degree in the medical field. To obtain an application form, email: LKhwindyhill@gmail.com Mail completed application form to Mrs. Linda Hess, 1100 North Fourth Street, LaGrange, MO 63448. Applications are due by April 20, 2012.
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A large crowd attended and enjoyed a delicious fish dinner hosted by the LaGrange Lion’s Club. Proceeds benefitted the Highland Band.
Photo by Rita Cox Shelby Tonnies President of Town and Country Bank in LaGrange greets visitors at the Lion’s Club Fish Fry held Mar. 9 in LaGrange.
Submitted Photo The Canton FFA chapter with the help of Lewis County Farm Bureau participated in this year in Food Check Out Week. Common breakfast items were purchased and set up in the library, students we asked to guess how much they thought the groceries would cost. The winning student was Abby Martz with her guess of $18.98. Abby received the groceries and a $25 gift card to County Market.
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Kindergarten Class of 2012-2013 Screening week. Call for appointment 573-288-5216.
Appreciation Service for Pastor Paul F. Kinney at Life Tabernacle 31460 Hwy 16 beginning at 7:30 p.m. A reception will be at the church the 17th from 3-6 p.m. and Sunday Services will be from 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. the 18th.
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Ladies Night Out Bunco Nite, 7:30pm, Eagles Club. Call 573231-2730 for more information.
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MAR 24 Canton 1st Annual Bleu Taylor Memorial Bowling Tournament, Cotton Bowl, Registration 12:30 p.m.
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HELD AT THE CLARK COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, KAHOKA MO TH
THURS MARCH 15
$8&7,21 FARM EQUIPMENT
NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION (UNFINISHED)
)5,'$<$35,/DW$0 On-site: 20754 St Hwy 6, Lewistown, MO 63452
Selling 30+ tractors, loader, skid steers, trucks, autos, campers, tillage equipment, planting equipment, hay & misc equipment, grain handling equipment, boats, log splitter, trailers, lawn equipment, livestock & farm related.
Complete Details Online!
Preview: Sat., March 17 from 9 AM to 12 PM
LARGE MULTI PARTY
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LAND AUCTION Sale to be held at the Comfort Inn in Macon, MO
TOYS / BASEBALL CARDS Selling a nice collection of toys to include: Nylint Traveloader, dirt mover, trucks, fire truck etc.; Structo Ridâ€™er dump truck, cattle truck and others; Richmond truck; Buddy L truck, Early Tonka trucks, scraper etc. Also selling a selection of 1:18 scale trucks and cars N.I.B., tin army truck and jeeps, other unmarked tin trucks; Hercules and Coast King tricycles, AMF Roadmaster Jr. bicycle; scooter; Tinker Toys; toy drums; doll furniture and appliances; childâ€™s cast iron stove; childâ€™s sewing machine; tin top; Marx (diesel) Santa Fe train set; Tiddly Winks; childrenâ€™s books and vintage childrenâ€™s records; childâ€™s table with chairs; primitive childâ€™s cupboard with original paint; china childâ€™s tea set with box; hobby horse; wagon; sleds and other collectible toys; selling several cases of baseball cards (several unopened); baseball magazines. ADVERTISEMENT COLLECTIBLES Selling a large selection of adv. tins and cans, oil bottles; vintage 7up sign; Tobacco signs, brewery signs, Dale Jr. sign and others. Pepsi Cola collectibles; Moormanâ€™s egg basket, bucket, tin cups, flashlights, etc.; wooden adv. boxes; few tobacco adv. pc.; Firestone, Goodyear and Goodrich adv. tire ashtrays; tin receipt box; Rock Island, Ford and other metal emblems; bull dog hood ornaments. HOUSEHOLD / MISC. La-Z-Boy genuine leather sectional to include: queen size hide a bed and dual recliners, evergreen color; china cabinet; 2 love seats; kitchen island on castors with extended leaf; white buffet/hutch; oak buffet/hutch; white pine kitchen table with 6 covered chairs and 2 leaves; white pine computer cabinet with file drawers; 4 1/2â€? tall 18â€? wide shelf; file drawers; wicker 5 drawer cabinet; computer stand; roll top desk; desk chair; coffee table; 2 - 8x10 area rugs; map keeper with 4 drawers and bottom shelves; treadmill; cradle; bench; chest of drawers; caloric (gas) apt. size stove; assorted common household items. TOOLS / SHOP AND LAWN RELATED Craftsman radial arm saw; Ryobi 12â€? planer; Craftsman router with table; 4 1/2 edger; Craftsman disc and belt sander; wooden ext. ladder; lawn swing; Haecksel Max 160ZS electric chipper; high glass top patio table with 4 chairs; lawn chairs; also selling (good) electric hot water heater and a few building products.
JANET NIXON, DOROTHY WEBBER, NEAL AND PJ ACKLIE, SELLERS
CLARK COUNTY, MO
AND ASSOCIA ASSOCIIATES
THURS MARCH 29TH - 6
Sale conducted at Steveâ€™s Family Dining located on the East side of the Kahoka, MO square 35+ ACRES OF OPEN LAND
Complete Details Available Online! DAVID & GRACIELA BIRKY, SELLERS
MARION COUNTY, MO
AND ASSOCIA ASSOCIIATES
THURS APRIL 26TH - 6
Sale conducted at the Canton, MO Comfort Inn
402.70 ACRES 4 TRACTS
Offers 165.56 Acres of Productive Tillable Land, 46.64 Acres CRP, Woodlands, Building Sites, Ponds, Attractive Smaller Tract with 5 Acre Stocked Lake. Tracts lie in Sections 1 and 12, Twp 59N, R8W and Sections 6,8,and 9, Twp. 59N, R7W and 3 Acres in Sect. 31, Twp. 60N, R7W Lewis County, MO
Complete Details Available Online! MICHEAL S. & DONNA M. BOLING, SELLERS
* ANTIQUE-N-COLLECTABLE* Advertisement tins, Tootsie Toys, feed sacks, few old toys, few train cars, Nascar diecast cars, diecast truck banks, Coca Cola items, Pepsi items, records, books, bear collection, lots more.
Tent, binoculars, trolling motor, ammo boxes, rifle scope, knives, fishing equipment. PART 2 OF TOOL AUCTION
*COINS* Good selection of coins - go to the website for better list.
* FURNITURE - APPLIANCES* HEARTLAND AUCTION
MO Office-Hwy. 136 Wayland, MO, 660-754-6624 Dan Buntin Auctioneer s Cell: 309-337-6607 www.heartlandauctions.net GIVE US A CALL - WE SELL IT ALL!
LAND AUCTION 167.077 SURVEYED ACRES â€˘ 3 TRACTS Auction held at the Comfort Inn Banquet Room, Canton, MO
THURS., MARCH 22 â€˘ 1:00 P.M. Selling approximately 192 acresÂą of Macon County, MO land to be sold in 3 tracts. Land is located in Section 6 of T56Nâ€˘R15W, Chariton Township, Section 31 of T57Nâ€˘R15W, Callao Township and Section 10 of T58Nâ€˘R16W, Valley Township. Tracts 1 & 2 are located SW of Macon, MO and Tract 3 is located NW of Macon, MO.
MARK & TAMMY PIERCE CLOSING & TITLE WORK BY: Black Creek Abstract & Title 112 N. Washington â€˘ Shelbyville, MO â€˘ Ph: 573-633-2241
For additional info., contact Bill Fretwell at 660-341-7735 Additional information, maps, photos, etc. are available at:
www.sullivanauctioneers.com Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC â€˘ 217-847-2160 â€˘ Lic. #444000107
SPARK AUCTION S Sale Every 1st & 3rd Sunday 573/ 406-8787 Now Taking Consignment
Land is located in Sections 27 & 28, T63Nâ€˘R8W, Reddish Township, Lewis County, MO. This farm represents some of the most productive farmland in NE Missouri! This farm will be offered in 3 tracts. This farm is located at the east edge of Williamstown, MO. (Approximately 20 miles NW of Canton, MO).
DARRELL "DEAN" & SUSANNE WEBSTER Closing & Title Work By: Oak Hills Title Company â€˘ Dennis W. Smith 307 Lewis St. â€˘ Canton, MO â€˘ Ph: 573-288-4461
For additional info., contact Bill Fretwell at 660-341-7735
Additional information, maps, photos, etc. are available at:
www.sullivanauctioneers.com Sullivan Auctioneers, LLC â€˘ 217-847-2160 â€˘ Lic. #444000107
Sunday, March 18 @12:30 750 Rt C., LaGrange Mo
www.Sparksauctioncanton.com Collectables & Toys
Coca Cola Semi, Wood Hauler Semi, Western Auto Semi, Tonka Camper, Ertl Semi, GMC Semi, Mac Tools Semi, Dump Master, Tonka Cement Truck, Ertl Wagon, IH Manure Spreader, 13 Semiâ€™s, JD-M Tractor, 2 IH Tractors, Silage Wagon, Nylant Wagon, IH Disc, New Holland Combine, 2 American Muscle Trucks, 5 Toy trucks, 3 Fire Engines, 1 Tootsie, Car Bank, Several other Toys, Amoco Vis Pump Bank.
Collectable Oil Products
8 Oil Cans, Oil Can Banks, Getty, Drydene, Coop, Penzoil, 1 gallon Texaco Oil
Collectable Beer Items
Full Beer Cans, Kentucky Derby, 2 Worlds Fair, Georgia 250th , Mash 4077th, JR Ewing, Billy Beer, over 50 empty Cans
Collect Pump Sprayers Collectable Glassware
Lying in Sect 32, Twp 64N, R8W
Hwy. 136 * Wayland, MO (Across from BP Gas Station)
L E W I S C O U N T Y, M O
Hot Shot, Hudson, Cross Country, Black Flag, Zephyr.
Sunday, March 18th @ 12 noon
* OUTDOORS - TOOLS*
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192 ACRESÂą â€˘ 3 TRACTS SAT., APRIL 7 â€˘ 6:00 P.M. ANTIQUES / COLLECTIB COLLECTIBLES S Selling a nice selection of antique furniture to Oak secretary with heart ti f it t include: i l shaped beveled mirror, Hoosier style kitchen cabinet, raised jelly cupboard with large vent holes on sides, (2) straight front kitchen cabinets with pressed panel doors, Herkimer secretary with 2 stack bookcase on top, oak buffet, primitive pegged cabinet, oak bookcase with upper candle shelves, oak high chair with cane bottom, oak bench with lower drawer, Elgin Simmons Co. NY rocker, enclosed music cabinet with upper drawer, wooden youth desk, P/B S/B rocker, oak flip top box, maple childâ€™s table with 2 chairs, cradle, treadle sewing machine, single bed headboard with Eastlake stamp; small cast iron 2 burner stove (Quincy, IL); Porcelain floor model coin operated scale; green marble floor lamp; oak plate wall shelf; old cash register; selection of stoneware to include: blue pouring bowl, crocks, etc.; vintage bicycle light; Model T side light; vintage purses, hats, etc.; several brass spittoons and other brass items; wild turkey decanters; 2 alum. Christmas trees; cast iron tea kettle, pans, gem pan; barn lanterns; ice tongs; steel blade fan; pitcher pump; fire hydrant; assorted kitchen primitives; multi color alum. ware pitcher, tumblers, bowls etc.; Dept 56 Village collectibles; Barbies. China / Glassware to include: Jadeite, pink, green and amber depression glass; Roseville vase; Halls china bowls and pitcher; Pyrex multi color cluster of bowls; multi color refrigerator set; juice sets; shaker jars; 2 large sets of china and other collectibles.
Fire King Party Set, Fire King Coffee Cups, 17 Fire King Berry Bubble Bowls, Miss America Glassware, Green Depression , Pink Depression, 3 Glass Chickens, Cape Code, Crown Pitcher, 4 Halls Jewel T Bowls, 5 Hagar Praying Mary Vases, small Copley Pitcher, McCoy Stein Shawnee
Waffle Irons, pat 1869- Fox well & Jones, 1908-Griswold, Stove 8, 1925- Wagner, Several Cast Iron Bean Pots, Muffin Pans, Skillets, Emerson Fan, Collector Plates, Lunch Boxes, (metal & plastic), Train, Enamel Bowl, over 20 Belt Buckles, Marbles, Lots of old Matches, Cigar Boxes, old cap Gun, Foreign Coins, Cast IronDoor Knocker, TO MUCH TO LIST!!!.
Golf Cart & Gun
EZ GO Golf Cart, need batteries, Clean. 12 g single shot gun, Night Owl Night Vision Monocular.
Furniture & Misc.
Hitachi Big Screen TV 60â€?, Floral Sofa, Smoker, Hoover Vacuum, Emerson TV, Table & 4 Chairs, Sylvania TV/ VCR, TV Stand, Lamps, 2 Blonde Night Stands, Pitcher & Bowl W/ Stand, Red Recliner, Blue Recliner, 8 Gun Cabinet, 2 -8â€™ Ramps, 1930â€™s Wardrobe, Dinette Table, small Key Board, Punch Tin TV Cabinet, 1 Pc China Hutch, 5 Legged Oak Table, Magnavox TV w/ DVD, Edison Box on wheels, Whirlpool Washer, Tappan Electric Dryer, Pit Set (needs cleaned), Pictures, Sony Blue Ray DVD, Dell Computer w/ Flat screen, Cookware, Shovels, Rakes, Fishing tackle boxes, 4 16â€? truck Tires, Lots of salt & pepper Shakers, Dolls. Lots more !!!!
Auctioneer Note WE NEED GOOD CLEAN CONSIGNMENT ITEMS. CALL TODAY We need used furniture buyers!!!
Kit Taylor Farm 12-8-12* Doris Long Property 6-17-12* Chas. Dewitt Property 11-6-12* Betty Hendrickson Farms 3-04-13* Dorothy M./Howard F. Higbee Farms 3-17-13* 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 11-29-12* 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 11-12-12* G & L Glasgow 1-7-13* 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 11-11-12*
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!
Lowell Reynolds Farm 12-27-12* Warner/McHughFarms 1-23-13* 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
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*
Ronnie & Judy Pierce Farm & property 5-13-13*
Donald and Mazie Vogel Farm 8-23-12* Gregory Drainage District Levee and Farms 4-12-13* 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*
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 11-04-12* (410 N. Main (old Cath. Church) Connie & Frank Bange and Marsha Allison 08-11-12*
Jim Lillard Farms 1-04-13* Donna Hudnut Farm is 12-20- 12* now RRVC LLC
Wilma Chipman, Jeannie S. and Barb C. and Glen Chipman 10-08-12*
Cotton Wood Hollow Farms William C. Sedelmeier 3-31-12*
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FOR THE RECORD SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE’S SALE IN RE: Clarence Wayne Bartz and Sherry Lee Bartz
section thirty-two (32) aforesaid, said point being the true point of beginning; thence north parallel with the west line of said section, and leaving the centerline of said main tract of the railroad a distance of seventy (70) feet; thence east one hundred thirty (130) feet; thence south parallel with the west of line of said section 32, a distance of one hundred forty (140) feet to the centerline of the main tract of the Burlington Northern Railroad Company as aforesaid, thence along said centerline northwesterly to the point of beginning; subject to easements of record. Subject to all roads and prior easements, restrictions, reservations, covenants and encumbrances of record, if any, all to satisfy said debt and costs.
For default in payment of a debt and performance of obligations secured by Deed of Trust executed by Clarence Wayne Bartz and Sherry Lee Bartz dated August 30, 1999, and recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Lewis County, Missouri on September 2, 1999 in Book 418 at Page 321, the undersigned Successor Trustee, at the request of the legal holder of said Note will on Tuesday, March 27, 2012, between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm (at the specified hour of 1:00 p.m.) at the north front door of the Courthouse in the City of Monticello, in the 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 the County of Lewis, State of Missouri, to wit: A tract of land lying in Maywood, Missouri and being a portion of the northeasterly 150.00 feet of the Burlington Northern Railroad Company’s (formerly Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co.) 300.00 feet wide station ground property, located on the 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 tract centerline, as originally located and constructed upon, over and across the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 32, township 60 north, range 6 west of the fifth principal meridan in Lewis County, Missouri, bounded by a point on the west side 146.00 feet southeast of the west line of the said northwest quarter of the southwest quarter
Prior to March 1, 2012: AAA Recovery Services, Inc., Successor Trustee 7730 Carondelet Avenue, Suite 450 Clayton, Missouri 63105 (314)725-3999 As of March 1, 2012: AAA Recovery Services, Inc., Successor Trustee 1 Campbell Plaza, Suite 1A North St. Louis, MO 63139 (314) 644-5200
NOTICE Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. Section 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. March 1, 2012
ORDINANCE NO. 561 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAGRANGE, MISSOURI, AMENDING ORDINANCE §115.050 TO ESTABLISH NEW WARD BOUNDARIES AND FIXING THE TIME WHEN THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BECOME EFFECTIVE WHEREAS, the final population figures for the 2010 census are now available; and WHEREAS, Section 82.110 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri requires that redistricting of the City Wards shall occur any time the population of such Wards has been increased or diminished as to render the populations of each Ward as unequal. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LAGRANGE, MISSOURI, as follows: Section 115.050 is hereby repealed and amended as follows: SECTION 115.050: WARDS The City of LaGrange is hereby divided into three (3) Wards as follows, to-wit: The South Ward shall consist of all of that part of the City south of the centerline of Washington Street and extending from the Mississippi River westward to the western most line of the City boundary; plus all of that part of the City east of the centerline of Second Street and south of the centerline of Monroe Street to the Mississippi River. The Middle Ward shall consist of all that part of the City beginning at the intersection of Washington Street and the western most line of the City, and shall extend east along the centerline of Washington Street to the intersection of Washington Street and Second Street, thence northward along the centerline of Second Street to the intersection of Second Street and Jackson Street, thence westward along the
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SECTION 001113 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The City of LaGrange, Missouri will receive Bids for Streets, Water, Sanitary and Storm Water in Route C Industrial Park until 2:00 PM local time on April 4, 2012, at City Hall, 118 S. Main, LaGrange, MO 63448, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids are invited upon the items and quantities of work as follows:
centerline of Jackson Street to the western most line of the City. The North Ward boundary shall consist of all of that part of the City north of the centerline of Jackson Street and extending from the Mississippi River westward to the western most line of the City boundary; plus all that part of the City east of the centerline of Second Street and north of the centerline of Monroe Street to the Mississippi River. ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT: All Ordinances or parts thereof in conflict with or inconsistent with the terms of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. FULL FORCE AND EFFECT: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect beginning January 01, 2013, and from and after a copy of the proposed Ordinance has been published for at least three (3) weeks in a newspaper designated by the Council prior to its passage, and after a copy of the proposed Ordinance has been made available to the general public by posting a copy thereof in the City Office, 118 S. Main Street, LaGrange, Missouri, and after it has been read by title two (2) times before the City Council of the City of LaGrange, Missouri, and after it has been approved by the Mayor of the City of LaGrange, Missouri.
Request for Bids The Industrial Development Authority (IDA) of Lewis County is seeking bids for replacement of certain Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment at a building located at 900 South 4th Street, Canton, Missouri. The bids should include, but not limited to: An 80,000 BTU, not less than 92% efficient, natural gas furnace, ACoil, and 4 ton condensing unit. Bids shall include complete installation, hardware and any necessary duct work. Further information can be obtained by contacting the Industrial Development Authority of Lewis County, P.O. Box 85, Monticello, MO 63457-0085, or at 573-767-5393. Proposals should be submitted in writing to the aforementioned address. Proposals will be opened at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, 2012 at the IDA office, 302 East Jackson, Monticello. 1st Pub. March 15, 2012 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE PLANNING COMMISSION of the City of Canton, Missouri The Planning Commission of the City of Canton, Missouri, shall conduct a public hearing to consider a request from Bluebird Network, LLC for a Special Use Exception for the purpose of adding a Fiber Optic Regenerator Station. The Optic Regenerator Station will be located at the 500 Block of North 12th Street behind the Cotton Bowl Bowling Alley. This will be a Special Use Exception as allowed for in the City of Canton Municipal Code Section 405.310
THIS MEETING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC The Public Hearing will be held at 7:00 p.m. April 2nd, 2012 at City Hall (downstairs) 106 North Fifth Street, Canton, Missouri, at which time public statements by opponents and proponents shall be heard. If the Commission approves the Special Use Exception, a Public Hearing before the Regular Board of Aldermen will be held on April 16, 2012 at 6:45 pm prior to the 7:00 p.m. Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting For accommodations due to disability please contact: City Hall, Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 p.m. 573-288-4413 Cynthia Kell, City Clerk, City of Canton 1st Pub. March 15, 2012
Adopted this ____day of ______, 2011 Ronald Powers, Mayor City of LaGrange Approved this _____day of _______, 2011 Ronald Powers, Mayor City of LaGrange
Fred L. Westhoff, Judge Probate Division In the Estate of ) Estate No. Betty E. ) 12LEMiller, ) PR00007 Deceased )
ATTEST: Patty Spindler, CMC, CCA, City Clerk 1st Pub. March 8, 2012
IN THE 2ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT OF LEWIS COUNTY, MISSOURI
Emergency: Dial 911
NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Small Estate) To all Persons Interested in the Estate of Betty E. Miller,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals, addressed to “LEWIS COUNTY – CANTON PORT AUTHORITY” and endorsed “PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING FERRY LANDING IMPROVEMENTS, will be received by the Port Authority until 11:00 am on April 6, 2012 at the Canton City Hall and at that time will be publicly opened and read.
Streets and Storm Sewers, Route C Industrial Park Water and Sewer Extensions, Route C Industrial Park 100 GPM Lift Station, Route C Industrial Park
This is the 2nd re-bid of this project. The scope of work is different than either project that has been previously advertised.
Contract Documents, including Drawings and Technical Specifications, are on file and may be obtained at the office of Klingner & Associates, P.C. at 4510 Paris Gravel Road, Hannibal, Missouri 63401 upon a Non-refundable deposit of $50.00 with Klingner & Associates, P.C. for each set of documents so obtained.
The proposed work includes: Base bid items include a 30’x19’ steel dock ramp. Additive Alternate Items include various amounts of 8 inch thick concrete pavement, winch foundations and steel ramp guides. Also included is any incidental work necessary to complete the project.
A certified check or bank draft, payable to the order of City of LaGrange, Missouri negotiable U.S. Government bonds (at par value or a satisfactory Bid Bond executed by the Bidder and an acceptable surety in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the total Bid shall be submitted with each Bid.
Special Needs: If you have special needs addressed by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please notify the Canton City Clerk at least 5 working days prior to the bid opening you plan to attend.
Attention is called to the fact that no less than the minimum salaries and wages as set forth in the Contract Documents must be paid on this project, and that the Contractor must ensure that employees and applicants for employment are not discriminated against because of their race, color, religion, sex or national origin.
The wage rates applicable to this project have been predetermined as required by law and are set forth in the bid proposal. When Federal wage rates are applicable and included, this contract is subject to the “Work Hours Act of 1962” (P.L. 87-581; Stat. 357) and implementing regulations.
The City of LaGrange, Missouri reserves the right to reject any, or all Bids, or to waive any informality in the bidding. Bids may be held by City of LaGrange, Missouri for a period not to exceed 45 days from the date of the opening of Bids for the purpose of reviewing the Bids and investigating the qualifications of Bidders, prior to awarding of the Contract. Ronald Powers Mayor 1st Pub. March 8, 2012 3t 3/22
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“The Lewis County – Canton Port Authority hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award”. Plans and specifications are on file at the office of the Consulting Engineer, BENTON & ASSOCIATES, INC., 2414 South Franklin Street, Kirksville, MO 63501. Complete instructions to bidders and proposal blanks may be obtained at the Engineers Office for a non-refundable fee of $40.00. Bid documents may be ordered by calling 660-665-3575. Proposals must be on forms provided. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids 1st Pub. March 8, 2012
decedent. On 13 February, 2012 a small estate affidavit was filed by the distributees for the decedent under Section 473.097, RSMo, with the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. All creditors of the decedent, who died on 16-June2010, are notified that Section 473.444, RSMo, sets a limitation period that would bar claims one year after death of the decedent. A creditor may request that this estate be opened for administration. Receipt of this notice should not be construed by the recipient to indicate that the recipient may possibly have a beneficial interest in the estate. The nature and extent of any person’s interest, if any, may possibly be determined from the affidavit on this estate filed in the Probate Division of the Circuit Court of Lewis County, Missouri. /s/Jan Geisendorfer Clerk 1st Pub. March 8, 2012
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ALBERT W. HINTON Albert W. â€œCookieâ€? Hinton, 73, of Washington, Iowa died Monday, March 5, 2012 at the Washington County Hospital following a lengthy illness. Albert was born July 2, 1938 in Lewistown, Mo., the son of Earl R. and Oneta Maxine (Hawkins) Hinton. He graduated from Canton High School in 1956. Albert was united in marriage to Lois Peek on February 14, 1992 in Hannibal, Mo. He was previously married to Reva Sue Davis in 1962 in Shelbyville, Mo. Albert has lived in Washington, Iowa for the past 20 years. Albert worked as a service technician at Jiffy Lube in Coralville, Iowa until his retirement. He attended Marion Avenue Baptist Church in Washington. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, woodworking, and collecting antiques. Albert is survived by his wife Lois of Washington, Iowa; daughter Patricia A. Leake and husband Mike; daughter Lisa Shinn and husband Bill; son Norman Hinton; son Robert Hinton and wife Rhonda; son Billy Hinton; daughter Belinda McNary; son David Hinton and wife Beth; and son Jean Hinton, all of Hannibal, Mo.; step-son Chuck Vest and wife Misty of Keota, Iowa; step-son Kevin Vest and wife Chrys of Washington, Iowa; and step-daughter Julie Smolek and husband Chad of La.; twenty-three grandchildren; fifteen great-grandchildren; and sister Marilyn Coons and husband Jackie of Canton, Mo. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers Melvin and Junior Hinton, and sister Gladys Hinton. Celebration of life services were held March 11, 2012 at the Jones & Eden Funeral Home with Pastor Joseph Brown officiating. Visitation was March 8, 2012 at the Jones & Eden Funeral Home. Graveside services took place March 9, 2012 at the Forest Grove Cemetery in Canton, Mo. A general memorial has been established. Online condolences may be sent for Albertâ€™s family through the web at www.jonesfh.com. Press-News Journal March 15, 2012
Honorary bearers were Dennis Killday, Mike Kriegshauser, Dr. Eugene Childress, Ronnie House, Jim Gibbons and Steve Griesbaum. Visitation was held March 9 with family receiving friends the Hudson-Rimer Funeral Home in Edina, Mo. WILLIAM A prayer service was held March 9 in the Funeral THOMAS Home conducted by Reverend Sam Smith. Memorials in memory of Bill TenEyck may be TENEYCK made to Highland High School Softball Program, William Thomas Wider Opportunities, or Hospice of Northeast Missouri. â€œBillâ€? TenEyck, 63 of Memorials may be left at or mailed to Hudson-Rimer Lewistown, Mo., passed Funeral Home, P.O. Box 1, Edina, MO 63537. away March 6, 2012, at Press-News Journal March 15, 2012 his home in Lewistown. He was born Sept. 16, 1948, in Knox County, Mo., the son of Glennon P.O. Box 227, Canton MO 63435 Paul and Esther Clara firstname.lastname@example.org Prebe TenEyck. He was married to Roberta Kaye Adrain on Dec. 3, 2003, in LasVegas, Nev. Bill received his education at St. Joseph Catholic School, graduated from Knox County High School at Edina, Mo., and graduated from Northeast Missouri State University now Truman State University in Kirksville. Bill lived in Knox and Lewis Counties where he taught Industrial Arts for thirty years in the Lewis County School District. Bill served as Assistant Director for Wider Opportunities and a board member of Lewis County R.E.C. He enjoyed carpentry, hunting, fishing, attending his granddaughtersâ€™ ballgames, taking his dog for a nightly ride and spending time with family and friends. Bill was a member of the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Edina and a member of the Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his wife Roberta TenEyck of Lewistown, Mo., two children, Troy TenEyck and wife Pamela and grandchildren Madison and Ellen of Lewistown, Mo., and Rheanne Frank and husband Paul and step grandchildren Zoe and Shelby of LaBelle, Mo., one brother Paul TenEyck and wife Cheryl of Springfield, Ill., and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, one sister Eileen Kinsel and a nephew Ron Kinsel. A Mass of Christian Burial was held March 10 at the St. Joseph Catholic Church in Edina. Father Joseph Hoi officiated the Services. Billâ€™s wishes were to be cremated, burial will be at a later date. Music was provided by Nancy Reardon, organist, and Jim and Kyle Clark vocalist.
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COMMUNITY NEWS Obituary URBAN A. HUDSON Urban A. â€œSmokeyâ€? Hudson, 88 of Ewing, Missouri died Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 2:20 PM at the Country Aire Retirement Estates in Lewistown, Missouri. The son of Everett and Anna Shear Hudson was born on March 28, 1923 at Palmyra, Missouri. He was united in marriage to Ruth Noel on May 10, 1942 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Hannibal, Missouri. Urban was a member of Queen of Peace Catholic Church in Ewing. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He was also a member of Twelve Points Hunting Club, Quincy Eagleâ€™s Club and Quincy Gun Club. He was a grain and livestock farmer several years before working 20 years at Gardner-Denver in Quincy and later 17 years for the City of Ewing. He was an avid quail hunter and trap shooter and loved to play pitch and go dancing. He is survived by his wife Ruth Hudson of C.A.R.E. in Lewistown, Mo.; six children, Sharon Brumback & husband Jim of Palmyra, Mo., Loretta Toliver & husband Alan of Ewing, Mo., Larry Hudson & wife Linda of Lewistown, Mo., Gary Hudson & wife Debby of Palmyra, Mo., Ruthie Schutte & husband David of Quincy, Il. and Brad Hudson & wife Janeice of Hannibal, Mo.; twelve grandchildren, Lisa Walker, Teresa Butler, Andrea Lay, Chad Hudson, Cari Garner, Desi Bartz, Dustin Hudson, Amanda Meyers, Allison Smith, Amy Schutte, Garrett Hudson and Ryan Hudson; thirteen great-grandchildren; six brothers, Kenneth Hudson, Clarence Hudson, Harold Hudson, Herman Hudson, Gilbert Hudson and Ted Hudson; two sisters, Alma Johnston and Marie Thorington; brother-in-law, Charles Noel and several nieces & nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, infant sister Loretta, two brothers, Arthur and Paul Hudson, and a sister Marguerite Hamilton. Funeral services will be held Friday, March 16, 2012
at 10:00 AM at Arnoldâ€™s Funeral Home in Canton with Fr. Basil Eruo and Rev. Elmer Hagood officiating with burial in the Queen of Peace Cemetery at Ewing, Mo. Graveside military honors presented by Lewis County Memorial Post # 578. Visitation will be held Thursday evening from 4 until 8 PM at Arnoldâ€™s Funeral Home in Canton. Memorials may be made to the Twelve Points Hunting Club or Ewing City Park. Pallbearers: Chad Hudson, Garrett Hudson, Ryan Hudson, Brock Butler, Randy Lay, Jeff Smith and Gregg Walker. Honorary Pallbearers: Lyle Seals, Terry Seals, Judy Leach, Mardy Gaus and Dorothy Goings. Online condolences may be left at www.arnoldsfuneralhome.net Press-News Journal March 15, 2012
Obituary MARILYN MAXINE LAY Mrs. Marilyn Maxine Lay, age 69, passed away peacefully on March 10, 2012, at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Mo., after a short battle with cancer. Marilyn was born on May 21, 1942 to Henry Hughes and Twila Maxine Minnerly Honaker. She married Charles Edward Lay on May 14, 1961. He died June 2, 1987. Marilyn was a member of I.U.M.C. in Canton, Mo., she was a past president of Eagles Auxiliary Aerie #1800 of Canton. Marilyn enjoyed her children and grandchildren, she also enjoyed 32 years of work at Charles Manufacturing/Coil Industries and had been previously employed with the Richard DeCoster Law Office in Canton. She was very active for many years running the concessions for Canton R-V Booster Club and the CCAA summer ball league. She loved watching childrens sports and Nascar Racing. She is survived by one sister, Sharon Hoewing of Canton, four children, Kathy Gorrell and her husband Jr. of Canton, Karen Fishback and her husband Tom of
New Bloomfield, Mo.,, Kim Ellison and her husband Tom of Canton and Kelli Fohey and her husband Dax of Palmyra; 14 grandchilren, Christina Carter and her husband Steve of Canton, Stacie Armstrong of Canton, Lauren Brooks of Canton, Travis, Emilee and Madison Gorrell of Canton, Craig and Tyler Fishback of New Bloomfield, Cameron Kirchner of Canton, Justin and Jordyn Ellison of Canton, Hailey, Taylor and Jaxson Fohey of Palmyra; five great grandchildren, Haley Brooks, Keaton Boltz, Malachi and Denver Schluter all of Canton and Isaac Armstrong of Kahoka, Mo.; one niece, Amy Bringer and her husband Corey of Canton; two nephews, Scott Hoewing and his wife Tabitha of Canton and Mark Hoewing and his wife Cindy of Canton. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband and one brother Edward Honaker. Visitation will be held Wednesday, March 14, 2012 from 4 until 8 p.m. at the Davis Funeral Home in Canton. Funeral services will be held Thursday, March 15, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Davis Funeral Home in Canton with Rev. Amanda Ross officiating. Burial will be in Forest Grove Cemetery in Canton. Music provided by Karla McReynolds, organist and Amy Eaton, vocalist Pallbearers will be Scott Hoewing, Jr. Gorrell, Tom Fishback, Tom Ellison, Dax Fohey, Corey Bringer and Mark Hoewing. Honorary Pallbearers will be Robert Toops, Richie Toops, Gary George, Gary Kirchner, David Brooks, Johnny Bringer, Tracy Kessler, Tyler Fishback, Craig Fishback, Barbara Ehlert and Kathy Lewis. The family suggests memorials be made to the CCAA or Canton R-V Booster Club. Online condolences may be left at www.davis-fh. com Press-News Journal March 15, 2012
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COMMUNITY NEWS Land Transfers
(02/21/12 – 03/02/12) Duane P. Harsell, Lisa Ann Harsell, Larry E. Moss, and Lori Lea Moss to Duane P. Harsell and Lisa Ann Harsell Troy W. Baltzelle and Yvette Baltzelle to Philip Reichert Janet L. Farr to Scott W. Farr David Scott Mesmer and Angela Pearl Mesmer to Kevin Curtis Meany Jr. and Kendra Jo Meany Billy R. Conger Sr. and Mildred L. Conger to Orville Kenneth Goodwin and Bridgette Louise Goodwin Monticello Cemetery Association to Mary Raleigh Heartland Bank and Trust to Kent W. Logsdon and Tammy Logsdon Susan K. McGee to Kurt C. McGee and Hilary D. McGee Andrew L. Griesbaum and Lindseigh L. Griesbaum to Andrew L. Griesbaum and Lindseigh L. Griesbaum Jan-Mar Development Inc. to Stephen R. Peyton Harold C. Wells and Anita Joyce Wells to Ben Bozarth and Diane Bozarth
Recognizing the importance of accurate information on agriculture and as part of the “Thank a Farmer” promotion, the Lewis County Farm Bureau has been presenting various items to local schools in recent years. This year the Highland Elementary (HES) and Canton R-V Schools each received a copy of the book, Seed Soil Sun: Earth’s Recipe for Food by Cris Peterson. Shown in the picture are Rebecca Darnell and Cheyenne Frieden, two HES students; Jeff Oenning, Librarian; and Linda Schmitz representing the County Farm Bureau.
American Angus Association Lewis County Local wins prize for bull Republican Caucus
S.F.A. Travler 032 - 004 won division five reserve champion bull at the 2012 Missouri Angus Breeders’ Futurity Show and Sale, Feb. 25 in Columbia, Mo. Pictured is Alan Spicknall, La Belle, Mo., consigned the winning bull.
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Culver-Stockton College will host the 15th annual JazzFest March 22 inside the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center. This day-long concert event begins at 9 a.m. with adjudicated high school jazz ensembles performing every half-hour. The event closes with an evening concert beginning at 7:30 p.m. featuring legendary trombonist Bob Havens and pianist Ken Kehner along with the C-SC Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Tom Polett. Trombonist Bob Havens is an American big band and jazz musician who appeared on “The Lawrence Welk Show” from 1960 to1982. Born to a musical family in Quincy, Ill., he began studying violin and trombone at age seven and played both instruments throughout his school years. By the age of 16, his talent as a trombonist was recognized with a scholarship from the Interlochen Music Camp in Michigan. He continued to be a free-lance professional working often with the Bob Crosby Bob Cats and the Benny Goodman Orchestra (led by clarinetist Peanuts Hucko). From 1985 to 1995, Havens played with the Great Pacific Jazz Band along with Bob Ringwald, Don Nelson, and Zeke Zarchy. In 2005, he performed with the North Carolina Pops Orchestra at Campbell University with fellow Welk star Ava Barber for a benefit raising money for victims of Hurricane Katrina. He continues to record and appear at jazz festivals and concerts throughout the world. The evening concert is open to the public, for ticket information contact the Division of Fine Arts at (573) 288-6346.
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Spurgeon Firing His Way to the Top For the first time in Garrett Spurgeon’s young shooting career, he had the opportunity to shoot in his first Olympic Qualifying Team Trials. The first of the qualifying matches was held in Anniston, Ala., the first weekend of December. Spurgeon went into the match touted as one of the top college rifle recruits of the 2012 senior class. Spurgeon finished the first day of competition with a new GARRETT SPURGEON
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In case of injury, or illness, the Olympic committee would be able to fill that position. Garrett finished the first day again with another personal best of 591/600 and another finals match. The second day of competition proved to be a battle, as the 10’s were not coming as easy, but he still finished strong with a 584/600. This left Garrett with a slim lead on the ninth position and it would take the finals of the second day to decide the finish. After the scores were tallied, 18-year-old Garrett Spurgeon, a senior at Canton R-V High School, held the eighth position of the 2012 USA Olympic Air Rifle qualifying list.
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10:30 - noon Irish Band Rag Tag 1:00 pm Irish Harp and Flute by Eric Steitz 2:00 pm Santa Claus Arrives. Kids join in a Blarney Stone Hunt and receive goodies from Santa 2:30 pm The Band Steppin Back from Quincy Ill., will be playing your favorite songs from the 60’s Corned Beef Cabbage will be served beginning at 11:30 am Prizes will be given away every hour beginning at 10 am Amish Baked goods will be available Gift Shop open all day Come Join in the fun and be sure to wear green!
Thanks for the calls and cards. Thanks to the Health Department, the Nursing Home and my family and friends for all their help after my month long hospital stay. Thanks again. Larry Raleigh
Submitted Photos LEFT - Nick Janney signed a letter of intent with the Culver-Stockton College Men’s Basketball Team. Nick has been a three year starter with the Canton Tigers and has helped guide his team to the District Championship game with his leadership on and off the court. This year he made 1st team All District and has been a true team player during his career with the Canton Tigers. RIGHT - Drew Horner signed his letter of intent with the Culver-Stockton Wildcats’ Golf Team. During his junior year, Drew qualified for state in his sport. He is preparing for the spring season of golf and will continue his career next year with the Wildcats.
Three Canton boys make AllDistrict basketball teams Three starting players of the Canton Tigers made the Class 2 District 6 AllDistrict basketball teams. Senior Nick Janney was named to the All District first team.
Sophomore Brandon Berhorst was named to the All-District second team. Senior Garrett Serbin was named with to the AllDistrict third team.
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