1 Cruise Night/Cr Show Fridy Evening 5:00-9:00 - On Butler s Historic Squre T he more you red out politics, the more you got to dmit tht ech prty is worse thn the other. Will Rogers The NEWS XPRESS Butler, Btes County Missouri Vol. 39 Including No. 23 Tx 81 June 5, 2009 n16 PAGES AMW showing interest in Cook s disppernce Cse posted on ntionl crime show s we site; fmily hopes story will soon e fetured on TV The News Xpress A new development in the mysterious disppernce of Amsterdm, Mo., rncher Dvid C. Cook lst Nov. 18 surfced this week vi n nnouncement from his sister, Judy Trnsue of Lenex, Kn. Trnsue told the News Xpress she hs een communicting with Americ s Most Wnted television show. They hve posted Dvid s cse on their Wesite, Trnsue sid, dding it cn e viewed t hhtp://www. mw.com/missing persons/cse.cfm?id= Hosted y John Wlsh, the weekly (Sturdy evening) telecst tht is rodcst ntionwide, hmmers wy t seeking resolution to unsolved crimes, including missing persons nd known suspects. Americ s Most Wnted receives hundreds of cses ech week nd I feel fortunte they chose to post Dvid s cse, Trnsue sid. They seem very interested in Dvid s cse nd re considering feturing story out Dvid nd his disppernce on their show. Trnsue sid My 19 mrked six months since her rother ws lst seen. Memoril Dy cme nd went nd we hd no uril plot to visit to py our respects to Dvid. As reported in severl stories in the News Xpress, the rewrd for relile informtion connected with Cook s Dvid C. Cook missing since Novemer John Wlsh AMW host Cook in hppier times s he tended his lrge herd. Fmily photo. disppernce hs risen from $10,000 to $80,000. Responders hve een urged to cll the Btes County Sheriff s Office t Following re detils s posted y Trnsue on AMW s Wesite: H H H For Dvid C. Cook, 56, of Amsterdm, Mo., Nov. 18, 2008 ws no different from ny other dy. As full-time cttle rncher, Dvid spent the erly morning hours working on n 8,000-cre cttle rnch, mnging the lnd nd monitoring nerly 1,000 hed of cttle. The lor-intensive jo kept him usy, dy in nd dy out, ll yer round. Despite working grueling full-time jo, Dvid spent his fternoons nd evenings working for the Knss City Power & Light power plnt. On Nov. 18, Dvid left work t the power plnt round 10:30 p.m. It would e the lst relile sighting of Dvid, police sy, efore his mysterious disppernce. The next morning, cops elieve tht Dvid woke up nd egn his dy. According to the Missouri Highwy Ptrol Division of Drug & Crime Control, Dvid met with n employee of his round 7.m. The rnch hnd, who police re not considering completely relile source, told detectives tht he nd Dvid checked on herd of cttle just few miles from Dvid s home. After ttending to the cttle, Dvid supposedly drove home on four-wheeler. Lter tht dy, on Nov. 19, Dvid missed meeting tht ws scheduled with severl of his usiness prtners. SEE PAGE 2 R-5 Superintendent s first yer WHITE KNUCKLE FLIGHT? By Aln Stuffcher R-5 Superintendent As the school yer ends, I would sy from personl stndpoint it hs een one of my most chllenging. The end to the fiscl yer for the school is just round the corner which is June 30. This is prticulrly stressful time ecuse we re closing one school yer nd trying to predict wht will hppen next yer. I will e writing n rticle when we close our ooks for this yer to let people know the school district s sttus including just how much the district cut from the eductionl progrm nd how successful we were in cutting costs. We spent the lst qurter of the yer under spending freee trying to eliminte ll of the non-essentil spending. Wht most people don t understnd is the compliction of the udgeting for pulic school. Nerly every source of revenue hs formul nd often wht we uild udget on is pure specultion. Most of these numers come from outside entities tht re well eyond the school district s control. The sources of revenue for schools come from the Deprtment of Elementry nd Secondry Eduction, Federl government, county nd locl sources. Student enrollment, ssessed vlution, ttendnce, percentge of student on free nd reduced lunch nd our specil eduction counts re the most frequent vriles used in the revenue clcultions. The question my e sked, Why cn t the school just mke ll of the necessry cuts to mke the finncil picture etter? There re mny fctors tht schools must consider. First there re lws out wht schools must offer nd the mximum numer of students per techer. We just cn t get rid of techers ecuse we would soon e no longer ccredited. We hve lws in regrd to the numer of dministrtors, counselors, lirrins per student tht we must hve to mintin tht sme ccredittion. We hve school us lws, food service lws, numer of school dys, hours of school nd we even get penlied if we don t mintin certin numer of students in SEE PAGE 2 Attorneys go jo shopping Addlemn nd Kinney pply for positions held y Din Dee Thoms The News Xpress Attorneys Tom Addlemn nd Brndon Kinney, who recently opened privte prctices in Butler, ppered in tndem t Tuesdy night s Butler City Council meeting in quest of servicing the City s legl needs, positions held for severl yers y Din Dee Thoms. Addlemn wnts Thoms jo s municipl court (prosecuting) ttorney nd Kinney pplied for the jo of city ttorney. Addlemn sid he hs een prcticing ttorney for eight yers in Knss City, Hrrisonville nd Butler. He sid hndling municipl court cses hs consumed out 95 percent of his prctice, stressing in his opinion city prosecutor should excel in mnging n efficient court, ll the while ffording the people with just, fir nd dignified tretment. He sid he sees wys to stremline the functions of the court s SEE PAGE 3 Wreckge of 2008 Chevrolet Silverdo in which 40-yer-old Joe M. Bowlin of Vinit, Okl., ws killed just north of Butler. Butler Fire Dept. photo.. Two killed in wreck ner Butler The News Xpress A 2007 Ford Focus, trveling t speeds of up to 100 MHP nd on the wrong lne of U.S. 71 just north of Butler crshed hed-on into 2008 Chevrolet Silverdo, killing oth drivers. The ccident hppened shortly fter 4 p.m. My 27. Pronounced ded t the scene y Btes County Coroner Gry Schowengerdt were Nichols L. Schilling, 26, Belton, Mo., driver of the Ford, nd 40-yer-old Joe M. Nowlin, Vinit, Okl., the other driver. Schilling, who ws not wering setelt, ws ejected from his vehicle upon impct, ccording to SEE PAGE 3 Veterns of Vietnm Wr welcomed nd honored The News Xpress Roertson Hll t the Btes County Museum ws pcked Sturdy for progrm honoring nd thnking U.S. troops who fought in the Vietnm Wr. Severl in the udience were mong the honored group long with others who wore their uniform in other U.S.-involved conflicts. Recently there hs een new wve of recognition for those who were shipped off to tht fr wy country to fight in wht ws considered to e n unpopulr wr. Some circles, including the news medi, portryed Americn fighting Others who ppered t the podium were Stte Representtive Brney Fisher, former Mrine Corps fighter pilot personnel s outcsts. The opposite ws undntly evident t Sturdy s event, nd Colonel (ret.); Don Arndt, Adrin, Vietnm Wr vetern s vrious spekers prised the wrriors for their heroics nd who hs uthored ook relting his experiences on the scrifices. front lines nd veterns Jim Nelson, rtist nd Ivl Lwhon, Peggy Buhr, Mrketing Director of the Btes County Historicl Society, welcomed the ssemlge nd the Pledge of connected to the wr. photo journlist. Both hd exhiits of their work tht is Allegince ws led y Emil Schwnder, Commnder of the Just outside the hll, Huey 970 helicopter flown in Viet- Jmes P. Arnold Americn Legion Post of Butler, followed y pproprite remrks y historin Jim Becker. SEE PAGE 2
2 2 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 Benefit dinner For Jenine (Hess) Gillette who is ttling cervicl cncer, Sturdy, June 6, 5 p.m. t Foster Community Center. Wide choice of foods, dessert nd drink. Adults $7; children 12 nd under $5. Rffle, silent uction, 50/50. For more informtion or rffle tickets cll Donn Cummings (660) Dontions welcome. Scottish Rite picnic June 6, strting t 1 p.m. t Crl Stnfill Lke. Memers nd guests invited. Bring covered dish, fishing poles nd lwn chirs. Guest speker Gerld Winegrdner will e speking t Mt. Olivet Church Sundy, June 7 t 10:15.m. Pryer & Prise meeting Mondy, June 8, 9:15 t the home of Jon Swn, 11 Fwn Drive. Sunn Johnnigmeier will e the specil speker nd singer. Cttlemen to meet Tuesdy evening, June 9 t 7 t Mo-Kn Livestock Mrket t Pssic, Mo. Midwest Fertilier will sponsor meeting nd mel. Discussion nd plns for upcoming events. Pln to ttend, we need your input nd prticiption. Anyone interested in joining the Btes County Cttlemen Assocition contct ny of the memers t ny function you see us t. We re here for ALL cttlemen. Tco slds nd cinnmon rolls Proceeds to Rely for Life June 19 y supporting the lst tco sld nd cinnmon roll sle. Mediclodge is tking orders for tco slds nd cinnmon rolls for Thursdy, June 11. Cll Mirnd or Stcey t for info on pickup nd delivery dedlines nd other detils. Fennewld reunion 1 p.m. Sundy, June 14 t Butler Pulic Lirry. Bsket dinner; ring your own drinks. Views from the pst... Hnging out t Enterprise A scene from the Enterprise School cmpus, circ 1920s shows students stnding nd lounging ner the front entrnce. Enterprise School, District 73 Btes County, ws locted in Chrlotte Township, four miles southest of Virgini. Sumitted. n EDITOR S NOTE: Feedck from our reders indictes the Views From the Pst is one of the most populr fetures in the news-xpress. Agin let us emphsie tht we solicit photos of events nd plces in the Btes County re from yers gone y. If you hve photos of this type from the Btes County re from yers gone y tht re in resonly good qulity for reproduction, plese let us know. Thnk you. White knuckle flight FROM FRONT PAGE summer school. There re lso lws of Mintennce of Effort. This is interesting in the fct tht we re required to mintin the sme locl dollrs or more ech yer. This fctor comes into plce with techer slries, specil eduction expenditures nd Title I. If the school does not mintin the sme expenditures or more from the previous yer there is finncil penlty. I hve een told tht schools should e run like usiness nd I don t disgree. There re some fctors tht certinly pply, ut due to ll of the ove issues, it simply is not tht esy. Another fctor tht I wnt to ring to the community s ttention is tht unlike usiness, we cn t chnge the price of our product. If we could sy to the people it will cost this mount to educte your child like they do in colleges, we could t lest pss long the costs in the sme mnner s college tuition. But we don t hve tht luxury, we must mke due nd hope tht the community sees our issues. I hve stted to the Bord of Eduction tht I m in the middle of uilding new udget tht I cn simply sy is not helthy one. The udget is overrun with concerns even though the district hs cut nerly $400,000 from the udget. The udget does not hve room for ongoing replcement cost of equipment nd furniture. Too little is udgeted for technology nd the udget cnnot withstnd n unforeseen rekdown of ny lrge significnce. This mens tht these costs will e put off to nother yer. I elieve this is one reson Butler schools hve not done well with the upkeep of its fcilities. When the upkeep of the infrstructure hs een put off for multiple yers, then it tkes lrge investment to get them ck to where they elong. This is why the school ord nd I hve egun to explore the possiilities of levy to support the school. This is truly the only wy tht the district cn mintin its viility in the future. I elieve the district hs done wht it cn this yer y mking significnt cuts of severl hundred thousnd dollrs nd cut $400,000 from the udget next yer. COE nd Industril Arts progrms hve een eliminted nd the Alterntive School hs een reduced to less tht three-fourths of wht it ws previously. The sixth grde hs een reduced to three sections. We re doing our est to show to our community tht we re eing wise with txpyer dollrs. For The Kids. A.S. AMW interested FROM FRONT PAGE tht ws scheduled with severl of his usiness prtners. Eqully unsettling, Dvid did not show for work t the power plnt, either. Fmily nd friends thought this ws extremely out of chrcter for Dvid, nd they were immeditely concerned. A serch ensued the very next dy, Nov. 20; when Dvid didn t pper, his fmily reported him missing. According to police, Dvid s house wsn t in disrry, nd his ws illfold untouched. Dvid s sister, Judy, sys, It s s if he just vnished. HHH The oldest of seven silings, Dvid lwys found himself relying on responsiility nd hrd-work, nd his fmily sys he crried this mentlity into his dult yers. Dvid nd his silings grew up on rnch, nd their fther grew up rncher. Dvid, s child, spent hours upon hours helping his fther on the frm, nd, s result, Dvid developed n undying dortion nd dediction towrds rnching nd ll tht ccompnied it. This ws his joy. He loved it, sys his sister, Judy. Friends nd fmily ll sy Dvid ws too relile, too invested in his work, nd too much in love with his lnd nd the nimls tht lived on it to simply wnder off nd strt new. A friendly, esy-going, giving, mild-mnnered jokester, Digitl TV trnsition June 12 [Dvid] didn t hve enemies, Judy told us. Dvid didn t hve ny vices either. Drugs, lcohol, gmling or nything of tht nture, cops sy, never plgued Dvid. If nything, Judy sys, Dvid ws workholic. Nothing other thn work occupied his life nd, ccording to his fmily, Dvid wouldn t hve it ny other wy. So wht hppened to Dvid? There re mny questions revolving round his disppernce, nd police nd fmily re despertely serching for ny informtion tht might led to the Dvid s recovery. Sergent Greg Mrtin of the Missouri Highwy Ptrol elieves his deprtment my hve unveiled some possile motives, ut there is no evidence to support ny of them. One possile motive revolves round cttle theft. Cttle theft is wy igger prolem thn people relie, Sgt. Mrtin sys. Qurries My Hold The Answer Extensive serches for Dvid, conducted y Missouri uthorities, friends, nd fmily hve yielded no conclusive evidence. Authorities nd fmily like suspect the worst: tht foul ply must hve een involved. More disturing, Dvid s whereouts re complete mystery, lthough uthorities hve hunch he my still e somewhere in the smll town of Amsterdm, Mo. Over the yers, Amsterdm s lndscpe hs een rvged y lrge-scle strip mining, in which lrge minerl deposits re exposed y removing lyers of erth. Once ll the resources hve een extrcted, the site is ndoned, resulting in mssive open qurry. Recently, these qurries hve ecome mjor focus in the serch for Dvid Cook. Suspecting the worst, police think Dvid my hve een murdered, his ody dumped in one of these qurries. The pits re difficult to serch. Mny of the qurries re nerly 100 feet deep, filled with wter, extremely drk, nd murky. Adding to the pinstking serch is the fct tht there re t lest ten qurries on the 8,000 cre rnch Dvid mnged. Despite discourging results, the serch for Dvid persists, nd now his fmily hs turned to Americ s Most Wnted for help. If you know nything out the disppernce of Dvid Cook, cll their hotline t CRIME-TV. Suscrie Tody By Ike Skelton 4th Dist. Congressmn Tody, television sttions ir progrmming in nlog nd digitl formts nd will continue to do so through June 12, On tht dte, however, ll full-power television sttions, such s ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox nd PBS ffilites, will stop rodcsting in nlog nd continue rodcsting in digitl formt only. The switch from nlog to digitl rodcsting is referred to s the digitl television trnsition or the DTV trnsition. The digitl television trnsition will provide mny dvntges for consumers: it will free up vlule frequencies for police, fire, nd other pulic sfety officils; will llow rodcsting networks to offer improved picture nd sound qulity, s well s more progrmming choices; nd will provide more roust wireless service offerings. To prepre for the digitl television trnsition, some consumers will need to tke steps to continue to enjoy television. Cle nd stellite suscriers should not e impcted y the trnsition, ut if they hve questions they should contct their service provider. Consumers who enjoy free over-their television should determine if they own digitl or nlog television. Fmilies who own digitl television will e le to continue to wtch free progrmming fter the trnsition. Anlog televisions receiving free progrmming through n ntenn, including rooftop ntenns or rit ers, will not work fter June 12, Consumers who rely on nlog televisions to enjoy free progrmming must purchse digitl-to-nlog converter ox. Fortuntely, Congress estlished coupon progrm to offset the cost of cquiring converter ox. Until July 31, 2009, ll households will e eligile to receive two $40 coupons to e used towrd the purchse of two converter oxes, which typiclly cost etween $40 to $70 ech. Coupons re vlid for 90 dys from the time they re miled nd will come with list of retilers tht re selling converter oxes in your re, s well s through the telephone nd Internet. To otin $40 coupon or for more informtion out the coupon progrm, plese visit the Converter Box Coupon Progrm wesite t or cll the Progrm s tollfree numer t People who re def or hrd or hering my cll their toll-free numer t * * * * For more informtion out the digitl television trnsition, directions on instlling converter ox, or for support in your re visit < or contct the Federl Communictions Commission y clling toll-free t or toll-free through TTY t Btes County Fir Book now on line According to Btes County 4-H Youth Specilist Aln J. Mundey, the 2009 Btes County Fir Book is now on-line t the Btes County Extension wesite t Just go to the we pge nd click on either Btes County 4-H or directly on the 2009 Fir Book link. The fir schedule, ll open nd junior division livestock informtion nd entry forms, 4-H uilding exhiit guidelines, nd open division exhiit informtion re included. The entry forms re in oth Adoe pdf nd MicroSoft Word files. The Word files cn e completed on the screen nd printed out to e sumitted. Informtion on how to downlod the free Adoe Reder for the pdf files is lso included on the Fir Book pge. Brend Doody, Btes County Extension Office Mnger, nd Mundey typed in the informtion nd creted the online forms. If you hve ny questions or hve troule ccessing the on-line Fir Book, plese cll the Btes County Extension Office t For top qulity printing, check with X-Prt Printing t the Xchnger/News Xpress Office INN BUILDING Now Aville On The Squre Qulity Aprtments Long or Short Term Leses Perfect for working singles or retirees Good Security Furnished On-Site Lundry Convenient to shopping & dining etc
3 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, Attorneys go shopping FROM FRONT PAGE ting expenses to the City. Becuse of the sgging economy he pointed out people rought into court cn t fford to py fines of $500 up to $1,000. Fees re too high, he dded. I cn serve the citiens well without scrificing service. He sid his fee to the City would e $2,000 per month. As city ttorney, Kinney sid he cn hndle the mny spects of the office, including oning regultions, code enforcement nd others. His fee would e $100 per hour. He sid if his services re not required in certin situtions, he won t e there, mening no fees required. He sid hving seprte court ttorney nd city ttorney (s proposed y the two) would e of enefit to the City. For one thing it would lighten the cselod of lone ttorney serving oth positions nd should there e conflict of interest in certin cses, one could step in nd tke over the cse. Kinney, who lso is ttorney for the City of Rockville, sid there is no need for Butler to seek outside ssistnce in pursuing d det collections. You cn do it right here...i hve mple ility nd experience to hndle this. * * * * The meeting moved on to other mtters in its 55-minute session, ut efore djournment, councilmn Justin Osurn sked tht discussion on the city ttorney/court ttorney e dded to the gend, to which Myor Jerry Cook greed. Councilmn Pt Simons presented motion to set into motion the hiring of Addlemn nd Kinney. Councilmn Doug Wix spoke up in opposition, stting tht it ppered Simons is trying to rilrod Thoms our of office. It s ovious someone outside the council is pushing this, Wix chrged. Sid Simons, Nothing s pushing me except the $4,700 month we re pying now. I wnt to sve the City money. City Administrtor Mrk Aruthnot hd issued ech council rep copy of the Request for Proposl For City Attorney/Prosecuting Attorney Services, 3-1/2 pge document tht in gret detil outlines minimum qulifictions; scope of work-city ttorney nd prosecuting ttorney; exclusions nd reservtions; specifictions; contrcts, evlutions nd terms nd conditions of the two positions. Aruthnot suggested Simons should crefully study this document in tht his Addlemn-Kinney proposl would e premture t this point. It ws lso rought out tht Thoms contrct runs through Mrch of next yer. Sid Councilmn Don Mln, I wnt to study this (document) crefully efore ny ction might e tken. Simons motion died for lck of second. Osurn clled for nother meeting of the finnce committee to continue discussion on the city ttorney/city prosecutor issue. The committee, chired y Wix, will convene t the close of the next regulr council session June 16. * * * * The lnce of the meeting delt with severl routine mtters. Simons reported in checking other re towns tht hve swimming pools, Butler s dmission prices re considerly higher nd he intends to tke this up with the prks nd recretion commission for possile djustment. Simons lso clled for stricter regultions tht would dely the turning on of utilities on rundown rentl properties until they re properly clened up. The council pproved the recommendtion of the Police Personnel Bord to hire Kevin Frsher s reserve police officer. Action on vction procedures of city employees ws tled pending further review. Complints were voiced over pot holes nd tll grss. Myor Cook nd the council extended condolences to Duty Clerk Csey Koehn over the deth of her grndmother, Frnces Tucker. FARMERS MARKET Thursdys t 4 p.m. on the Squre Sturdys t 7.m. Prking lot of BC Ntionl Bnks on West Ft. Scott Street A HUEY 970 HELICOPTER, which sw comt ction in the Vietnm Wr, ws on disply t the Btes County Museum Sturdy. Stff photo. Veterns welcomed FROM FRONT PAGE nm Wr comt ws on disply. The ircrft ore severl ullet holes nd Truemn Hight, Vietnm Veterns of Americ, Chpter 243, Lee s Summit, Mo., (which owns the helicopter) sid it ws shot down four times ut rose ech time to continue the fight with the enemy. The progrm concluded y the reding of the Roll Cll of Honor y Brd Jcos nd the Roll Cll of the Ultimte Scrifice y Ry Smith listings of Btes Countins who served in the Vietnm Wr. Both re memers of the Disled Americn Veterns of Americ, Chpter 67. Tps ws rendered y Keri Muiller nd the enediction ws pronounced y Don Rmge, Commnder of the Rich Hill Americn Legion Post 67. Honor Roll of Btes County veterns who served in Vietnm er Leonrd Adms Terry Agnew Buddy Alkire Kenneth Anderson Loren Appleerry Don Arndt Dvid Brnhrt Wyne Allen Brnhill, Jr. Mrion Richrd Brnhill Gry Brtimus Greg Brtimus Jim Brtlett Kenneth Bxter John Be Jmes Besley Richrd Allen Bennett A. Den Berkeile Mrvin Blkemn Thoms Bolling Rodney Booth Dnny Breckenridge Dle Bruto George Bruto Willim Bruto Benjmin J. Buffon Clude Burch Pul Burch Jmes Burgess, Jr. John Cmpell, Jr. Chuck Cntrell Lwrence Chmers Dle Chmplin Jerry Lynn Cly Roy Cook, Jr. Rndll Cooper, Jr. Gerld Cox Terry Cox Lloyd Culver, Jr. Wesley Cumpton Dve Denyer Vernon Dowty Ephie Driver George Enos, Jr. Fhnestock, Jim Jmes Ferguson, Sr. Nick Flter Gry Ford Kenneth Ford Joseph Frier Kenneth Furmn Cecil Gston, Jr. Stnley Gilmore Wlter Gilmore Alvin Griffin Willim Aln Grimsley Chrles Hger Russell Hrtley Dwight Hedger Willim Hedges Elvin Henley Jmes Henry Ron Herd Steven Heuser Brry Hopcroft Dvid Hopkins John D. Hurd Steven Hurd Donld Huenfeldt Tim Hummel Beryl Hunt Mrk Irwin Lrry Iscson Jerry Isscson Mrvin Isscson Bic Jennings Bill Jones Erl Kmmerer Willim Keener Gry Kennedy Hrold Kershner Jim Kershner Erl King Wendell Lwrence Jenette Lwson Alfred Leer Crl Wrren Lindsy Jerry Lord Willim Lord, Jr. Beth Lowe Gilert L. Lymn Chuck Mrkhm Ronld McCnles Crl McCughey Lrry Joe McDniel Michel McDniel John McGuire Chrles Mede, Jr. Roert Moles Krl Monrd Jim Morris Gene Morrison Gry Nichols Ron Nissen Denny Petty Jerry Petty Hrrison Philrick, Jr. Don Pippen Rlph Plunkett Rick Plunkett Mike Polnd Jmes Popplewell Michel Pruden Donnie Pruitt Clude C. Rourn, Jr. Michel Rgn Edwrd Rps Terry Rice Bill Roey Jim Roey Mrvin Roey Steve Roinson Jimmie Romine II John Romine Roert Rosendhl Richrd Rosier Roert Ross Clvin Otto Slmon Emil Schwnder Jmes C. Short Donld Sikes Allen Smith Jy Smith Roy Smith Jerry Smding Edwrd Strk Don Swope Willim Trter Roert Thoms Dnny Thomsson Frnk Underwood Frnk Urn Jmes Wckermn Willim Wrren Alvin Hrrison Wells Wyne West Helen White Dennis Willims Ed Yoder Dnny Zellmer Dvid Zellmer Roert Keith Zellmer Roll Cll of Ultimte Scrifice Jerry Boyles Donld Dro Stephen Fleischer Terry Formn Gry McMilln We lso py triute to Americ s POW s nd MIA s And to this dy the Scrifice continues... Jmie Lee Huggins - Killed in Octoer 2003 outside of Bghdd, Irq. Two killed in wreck FROM FRONT PAGE the Highwy Ptrol. Nowlin s 14-yer-old son Cyden Nowlin, received serious injuries nd ws flown to Children s Mercy Hospitl in Knss City. Sheriff Chd Anderson nd the Missouri Highwy Ptrol were dvised Schilling hd een pursued y the Css County Sheriff s Office nd tht Schilling hd severl felony wrrnts ginst him. Reportedly he ws rmed. The Highwy Ptrol report s issued y Trooper D. Scotten, stted the ccident occurred s Schilling s vehicle ws fleeing from police vehicles, rn off the left side of the rodwy, trveled down the medin into the northound lnes. Continuing southound, the Ford struck the northound pickup truck hed-on. The pickup overturned nd cme to rest on its top. The Schilling cr overturned nd cme to rest on its top. Sheriff Anderson sid preliminry investigtion ws found tht the incident strted in Belton nd Belton police issued stop order for the suspect on numerous felony chrges. The Css County Sheriff s Office hd n ctive wrrnt for the suspect on n unknown wepons violtion. A short pursuit ws initited y the Belton Police Deprtment, Anderson sid ut ws terminted just south of the Belton city limits. The pursuit ws resumed y the Css County Sheriff s Office round U.S. 71 nd Highwy 291. The pursuit entered into Btes County t pproximtely 4 p.m. Anderson sid in serching through Nowlin s pickup, dge nd ID were found identifying him s corrections officer in Vinit. The Knss City Str reported ccording to court documents, Belton police responded to grss fire out 1.m. Wednesdy. The officer extinguished urning mss nd discovered it to e the remins of dog wrpped in lnket. A womn in nery house told the officer tht Schilling, former oyfriend, hd een there short time erlier nd hd thretened her with knife. Police then went to Schilling s house, where his wife reported tht she hd told him tht the fmily dog hd itten their child. She sid Schilling egn to kick the dog nd lter sted it. KmpKeirsey Rurl Amsterdm, Mo. Fntstic Dy! We hd fntstic, sunny dy t Dy Kmp. We hd 54 children in ttendnce with lmost tht mny prents nd helpers. We spent the dy lerning out Jesus in music, Bile studies, gmes, fishing nd of course the wter slide. The dy ws truly lessing for everyone. This week is Jr. High cmp. Thirty-two junior high cmpers re diving into the ook of Genesis to lern more out Cretion. We hve nother gret unch of cmpers who re nxious to grow closer to God. There is still time to sign up for our other cmps of the summer. We will hve Disilities Cmp June 19-20, Senior High June nd Girls cmp June 28-July 2. We lso will hve oys nd girls, oys sketll in July. For more informtion cll or God demonstrtes his love for us in tht while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Romns 5:8. Be sure to red Yesterdy s Kids column on pge16 of this edition.
4 4 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 SOCIAL SCENE/PEOPLE n Courtesy of Modern De Homemkers Clu CHICKEN AND RICE CASSEROLE n Cndce Sutton 1 cn of crem of mushroom soup 1 cn crem of chicken or celery soup 1 soup cn of wter minced onion to tste 1 cup rw rice slt nd pepper 6 medium chicken rests 1/2 cup melted utter Mix soups nd other liquid. Pour hlf of soup mixture in ottom of gresed 13x9x2 inch csserole. Plce rw rice over soups nd cover with remining soup mixture. Plce chicken rests on top. (I usully use chicken strips). Sprinkle lierlly with slt, pepper nd pprik if desired. Pour melted mrgrine on top. Bke for out two hours t 325 or until liquid is sored. **** APPLE DUMPLINGS n Judy Colurn 6 medium pples (Jonthns re est). Crust: 1 1/2 c. flour 1/2 c. shortening 1/2 tsp slt 1/4 c. wter Mix s for pie crust. Roll on floured pstry cloth-1/8 thick. Cut into 4 squres. Peel nd core (don t slice) pples. Plce pples on squre. Fill center with sugr, dot with utter, sprinkle with cinnmon. Wrp dough round pple. Plce in king dish. Suce: 1 cup sugr 2 c. wter 1 T. utter 1 tsp. cinnmon Boil in suce pn 3 minutes. Pour round pples. ke minutes or until pples re done. **** ITALIAN COCONUT CAKE n Shirley Heckdon 2 cups sugr 1 stick utter 1/2 cup cooking oil 5 egg yolks 2 cups flour 1 tsp. sod 1 cup uttermilk 2 tsp. vnill 2 cups coconut Crem sugr, utter, oil nd egg yolks. Add flour, sod, uttermilk, nd vnill. et well. Bet egg whites nd fold into tter. fold in coconut. Bke 45 to 50 minutes in 350 oven. Icing: 4 o. Phildelphi crem cheese 1 stick utter 1/2 to 1 ox powdered sugr smll mount milk vnill **** ZUCCHINI PIE n Ky Conley 1 unked pie shell 4 c. ucchini 1 1/2 tsp crem of trtr dsh of slt 2 tsp. flour 1 tsp. lemon juice 1 1/4 c. sugr 1 1/2 tsp. cinnmon 1 tsp. utter dsh of nutmeg Topping: Mix nd crumle over pie. 1 stick utter or oleo 1 c. flour 1/2 c. sugr Peel ucchini; cut lengthwise (scoop out seeds). Slice like n pple. Boil in smll mount of wter. Drin. Mix other ingredients except utter. Add ucchini Pour into pie shell; dot with utter. Crumle preceding topping over pie. Bke t 375 for 45 minutes. Tstes like pple pie. **** APPLE SALAD n Cndce Sutton 4 red Delicious pples 1 (8 o.) continer Cool Whip 1/4 cup myonnise 1/2 tsp. lemon juice dsh of slt 1/3 cup sugr 1/2 cup miniture mrshmllows 1/2 cup chopped purple grpes chopped celery (optionl) Mix Cool Whip (I use lite) myonnise ( I use ft free) lemon juice slt sugr (I use Splend) Mix well. Add chopped pples, mrshmllows, grpes nd celery. Around Btes County... Reports of socil gtherings, clu meetings, events of interest Peru clu hers report on mission trip to Mexico The Peru Homemkers Clu met Wednesdy My 20 t the home of Elenor Diehl. President Pul Shffer opened the meeting y leding the Pledge to the Flg. Zell Done gve the devotion titled Who s Wtching? Eight memers nd three guests nswered roll cll with their fvorite nnul flower. We were hppy to hve Will Allen ck with us fter eing gone for the winter, lso Berth Rogers, former memer now living in Texs, ws with us. We welcomed them s well t our guest speker nd friend. We hd no usiness ut Elieth Grnett hd the guess ox for us Zell Done ws the winner. She will ring the ox in August. Elieth nnounced the June meeting will e our clu trip. We will meet June 17 t the Community of Christ prking lot t 9.m. for trip to Mine Creek Stte Prk in Kn. Memers were reminded to rememer Celestine Mills on her irthdy. Celestine ws former memer of the Peru clu. Pul Shffer nd Zell Done will decorte the grves of former memers on Fridy. Pul introduced our guest speker. As Shffer showed us slides of his trip to Mexico with Christin Youth Group of Missouri University in Columi. They hve mde two trips nd worked on uilding smll houses for the homeless. As gve nice presenttion nd nswered questions. We thnk him for coming. We djourned for refreshments nd visiting with our guests. Don t forget the trip in June. Reported. Frmettes decked out in tirs for meeting The Foster Frmettes met My 14 t the home of Crol Prker with Mry Hymer s cohostess. Even though Crol s ddress hs chnged from Rich Hill to Foster, we ll found her house; they hven t moved. Mother s Dy nd Interntionl Tir Dy re in My, so memers celerted motherhood y wering tirs. Some crowns were tken from the mothlls y former high school queens; others were newly purchsed. Together we were regl group of gls. Worn with our new sprkling vests, there ws lot of ling to ehold. The following ldies pledged Allegince to the Flg: Susie Hess, Roert Sge, Ky Swickhmer, Ruth Whetley, Mrilyn Reed, Crol Prker, Mry Hymer, Sndr Ro, Lorind O Rer, Norm Le Mellenruch, Cheryl Tillery, Pt Swickhmer, nd Jon Perdue. Pt gve thought provoking devotion on unconditionl love. Crol hd the tresurer s report, nd Roert led us in singing. Sndr s gme txed our rins s usul. During the socil hour, the suject mtter turned trshy. Memers who own trsh compctors hve very little for the trshmn to pick up; however tht smll undle my weigh hlf ton, especilly if n ccumultion of old mgines re smshed in there. One Frmette relted tht upon her deprture for the night s meeting (with other memers in the cr), she met the grge truck pulling into her drivewy. Ever thoughtful, she clled to the truck driver, pologiing for the odor of fish heds eminting from the in. Don t know if the surprised expression on his fce ws from hving someone pologie for their stinky trsh, or if he ws tken ck t the sight of crlod of mture women with tirs on their heds. Reders, we hve sd news to report. Tinkerell the got hs gone to the gret got gring ground in the sky. Crol sys they re unsure s to the cuse, ut the Frmette consensus is got flu. If there cn e swine flu, why not got vriety? However, one memer cst suspicion upon the mule. After ll, he ws lso the compnion of other Prker gots who pssed on to the Perly Psture. Mye he prefers hving the pen to himself? Mry nd Crol served wonderful strwerry shortcke. It ws lso irthdy month for Crol, who received n ssortment of plnts to go into her grden. The hostesses presented ech memer with flower to plnt t home. Next month s meeting will e June 11 t Mrilyn Reed s with Norm Le s co-hostess. Be redy to nme your fvorite perennil, nd don t forget to ring fvorite cndy to shre long with summertime toy to e donted to n re youth orgnition. Birthdy ldy will e Roert. Pss the ouquets t June meeting of Get Togethers The Get Togethers Clu met t the Flming Lntern June 1 with smll ouquet mrking ech plce creting most ttrctive tles which hd een decorted y the hostesses, Rosie Winscott nd Edith Dilley Ȧfter the lunch of choice ws finished, Elsie Tippie, with her usul enthusism, couldn t wit to present her progrm. She exclimed, If you think those flowers re yours just ecuse they re in front of your plte, think gin! I forget where I wnted to put them. Pss the ouquet to the right... no, I men the left. No! Tht s not correct, pss them three plces to the right. And so she continued ck nd forth till everyone ws thoroughly confused nd delighted with the gme then she nnounced tht the ouquet should go home with the person who possessed it t the moment. She concluded the progrm with poem, God s Love. Following the progrm the president, Grce Smith, clled the meeting to order with the invoction, Pledge of Allegince, nd Clu Song. Hel Lfrge, guest of Edith Dilley, Students see the sights of Chicgo Wes nd Sue Merritt, Mry, Meliss, Felix nd Ay Slr hosted the nnul Umstttd fmily reunion on Memoril Dy t the Merritt home with 81 present. Sue hs 17 first cousins nd 15 of them ttended the reunion. Ellen Wry, Delert nd Shirley Umstttd, Gold Umstttd, Mrjorie Umstttd, nd Jennie Umstttd long with their children nd grndchildren hd gret time. The kids hd fun fishing nd ouncing round ws welcomed. The roll cll ws nswered y 22 memers. The minutes nd tresurer s reports were red nd pproved. Hppy Birthdy ws sung to Etheleen Crft nd Betty Quick. Winifred Roertson moved, Luell Duvll seconded the motion to spend $10 for memoril gifts; the motion crried. Fye Blnkenship pssed memoril crd, in memory of Edn Tylor, for memers to sign. The president nnounced tht Nomi Cummings nd Thelm Heidlge would host the July meeting. The closing song nd enediction concluded the meeting. Reported. Weddings... Ritchie-Curnutte Mr. nd Mrs. Steve Ritchie re honored to nnounce he mrrige of their dughter, Mirnd Dnielle to Eric Hrrison Curnutte on Jn. 18, 2009 t Fort Meyers Bech, Fl. The ceremony ws followed y reception nd honeymoon on Cptiv Islnd, Fl. The couple is mking their home in Clinton, Mo., where the groom is employed y Golden Vlley Memoril Hospitl s n occuptionl therpist. The ride is employed y Aegis Therpy s physicl therpy ssistnt. The groom is the son of Den nd Sndy Curnutte of Amsterdm, Mo. Zell Done gret-grndmother Dusty nd Meliss Stong of Sheldon, Mo., re the proud prents of new y girl, Criss Rose. She ws orn My 28, Thursdy night t 11 t Nevd Regionl Medicl Center. Criss hs ig sister, Kllie to welcome her home. Mternl grndprents, Lrry nd Ann Herring of Mrionville, Mo. Mternl gret-grndmother, Zell Done of Butler. Joe nd Lind Wix, Judy Dniel, Cheryl Cumpton, Gyl Boyd nd Dwn Wix ttended Boone nd Kren Middleton s 40th wedding nniversry t Golden Avenue Bptist church in Springfield, Sundy, where Boone is pstor. Lunch ws served nd open house held. Joe Wix united his dughter Kren Wix to Boone Middleton 40 yers go t First Bptist church in Butler. Wnd Fleischer visited Kelly Hunt nd Hunter DuBry Wednesdy morning. in the Bounce House. The rented tents cme in hndy so everyone hd cover from the wether. Kitlin Hendrick went with the group of her clssmtes on their Senior Trip to Chicgo. Some of the highlights of the trip were speed ot ride on Lke Michign, touring the Sers Tower nd Blue Men concert. They trveled to nd from y wy of Amtrk. The Bethel Cemetery Bord met t Eileen s Cfe on Sturdy, My 23. Those in ttendnce were Nson Corwine, Frnk Enos, Konn Shouse, Krl Merrim, Dennis Umstttd, Mrjorie Umstttd nd Jennie Umstttd. Anyone wnting lots cn contct Konn t or Krl t Dues for the upkeep of the cemetery cn e miled to Jennie t Route 1 Box 529, Butler, Mo Don Hendrick hd some medicl tests done on Fridy in the city. Jck nd Anit Brdy of Mount Vernon, Wsh., visited lst week with her unt, Ndine Mede, nd fmily. On Mondy, the three of them visited Wlnut Grove nd Benjmin cemeteries nd toured points of interest in the Amoret re. Pul nd Norm Jones hosted Memoril Dy cookout t their frm for church fmily nd friends. Bllrd 4-H fmilies enjoyed Sturdy t Worlds of Fun. Dvid nd Roin Mede hosted fmily cookout on Memoril Dy evening. Severl friends visited Thursdy fternoon with Virgini McElwin nd enjoyed plying dominoes. Ross nd Wnd Winscott hosted ig fmily get-together for Memoril Dy. Eline Engelhrdt visited with her prents, Gene nd ruth Cmpell, nd sister Tin Buckner in Rich Hill on Wednesdy. A specil tret for lunch ws strwerries (picked y sister Lind Jgels nd niece Sunne from Mom s ptch) nd shortcke. There s nothing like home-grown strwerries nd Mom s shortcke. Lind Cox spent Thursdy with her mother, Ndine Mede. Brin nd Teres Bdger of Plesnt Hill visited Sundy with her prents, Ross nd Wnd Winscott. Kristin Drendel te lunch with her prents, Arnie nd Mrth Drendel t Eileen s Cfe on Sturdy. The Bulldog Mudders prticipted in the Urich Mud Run on Sturdy night. Ndine Mede hd lots of visitors on Sturdy, Crol Roerts, John Mede nd grndchildren, rose Winscott nd Norm Jones. Firview nd Wlnut Grove churches re hving joint VBS this yer on June from Brr Winwright nd Steve nd Eline Engelhrdt visited Kenneth nd Ann Lou Engelhrdt on Sundy nd hd fun plying Cnst. The Bllrd Are Sles Dy is Sturdy, June 6. Cll Konn t for detils. Teri Csey spent Sundy with her mother, Ndine Mede, nd giving the Scrle gme workout. Wht ressuring sight for ll the re frmers to see those green sprouts cropping up, row fter row, in the fields round the countryside. A usy, usy time for them. Doris Null ttended Doule Brnch Christin Church Ldies Aid meeting Thursdy. Skip nd Jn Heckdon enjoyed supper Fridy evening in the home of Howrd, John nd Ronnie Hoson. Doris Null spent Sturdy in Blue Springs with Pul Cirns nd Criss Berning. Hunter nd Griel Nissen ttended dy cmp Sturdy t Kmp Keirsey. Lee nd Julie Brer enjoyed dinner Sturdy evening t Olive Grden in Knss City. They celerted their wedding nniversry. Liy Brer spent Sturdy night nd Sundy morning with her grndprents Ron nd Gy Nissen. We ve ll een there. You egin to ywn, then your eyelids get hevy, nd those usully quick links ecome very slow nd lethrgic. Your hed feels hevy nd egins to nod. Sleepiness is potent, iologicl signl. Regrdless of how motivted, trined, or professionl you re, the rin cn nd will initite sleep. If you re tired, don t drive. Sttistics estimte three percent of ll highwy trffic crshes nd out four percent of ll ftl crshes re due to driver ftigue. Be sfe, not sorry. A pulic service nnouncement from your Missouri Stte Highwy Ptrol. After eing gone lmost 2 months - either t St. Luke s Hospitl or Willow Lne Nursing Center, I m finlly ck home. There re so mny people I wnt to thnk for ll the love nd cre, pryers, crds, letters, flowers nd visits. It ws ll pprecited. I especilly wnt to thnk my wonderful fmily for ll they did for me. Thnks to Eline Engelhrdt for keeping up the Bllrd News. She s done such good jo tht I ve sked her to continue. Specil thnks to my good neighor Hrry for keeping my yrd mowed. It s good to e home! Ndine Mede
5 New Creer Women Officers Btes County Creer Women held their instlltion of officers for Mondy, My 18. From left: Edith Dilley, tresurer; Dine Allson, secretry; Slly Burg, vicepresident; Dey Enos, president. Accompnying photo: Edith Dilley ws selected the BCCW Womn of the Yer. Cheryl Helethwite presented Dilley n officil certificte nd gift from Stoplight Mrket. Sumitted. Zion Lutherns welcome new pstor Leonrd nd Grce Brt recently returned home from trip to Colordo Springs, Colo. They ttended grdution services for the grndson of George nd Mry Perry t the Militry Acdemy. They hd wonderful visit. Pstor Michel Mn nd his fmily re scheduled to pull in to Pririe City on Sundy. He will e the new pstor for Zion Luthern Church. Other ctivities for Sundy re: Church services t 10:30.m., potlessing lunch with red nd drink provided, thnk you to Pstor Brnn for ll of his mny cts of love to the Zion congregtion, nd 60th wedding nniversry celertion for Norvin nd Ruy Schenker. Wht ig dy for such little villge. Everyone welcome! Srh Ann Rpp nd Wes Lieer will exchnge wedding vows t Zion Luthern Church on Sturdy evening. A reception will e held in their honor t the home of her prents, Clyton nd Tin Rpp. Tin nd Srh hve een working hrd with the eutiful flowers tht fill the yrd. Tin truly hs green thum. It will e eutiful reception. We wish Srh nd Wes every hppiness. Jnet Dle nd Mendy Bridgewter nd sons visited with Pul nd Pulette Rpp on Tuesdy morning. Whitney Rpp, Andre Dvis, Alert Lcy, nd Cindy Steuck spent Fridy nd Sturdy t Osge Bech, Mo. on shopping trip. Pulette Rpp nd Nthn Rpp kept Alex nd Brooke in Nix, Mo. Sturdy morning Alex nd I went cmping in his drk closet with his Fisher Price Lntern. We rosted hot dogs nd mrshmllows. I hd the guitr nd he plyed the drums. We sng cmp songs. Tht ws fun first. Word from Ppinville is there will e new welcomed resident. Congrtultions to Johnny Coffmn nd Constnce Toppss who will e mrried on June 13. They will mke their home in Ppinville. We wish them hppy mrried life together. Donld Fischer nd Pulette Rpp went to Clinton on Wednesdy. Donld kept doctor s ppointment nd we te lunch out together. We lter did some grocery shopping in Appleton City. Birthdys celerted this pst week were: Roert Fleischer, Kthy Rpp, Cmeron Todd, Noh Jurgensmeyer, Slly Buer, Aigil Schenker, Gerld Buer, Michel Rpp, nd Nick Foster. Hppy Thnk You - Thnk You - Thnk You We cn t egin to express our pprecition for everyone s kindness nd generosity t the enefi t dinner given for us y Zion Luthern Church of Pririe City, Mo. on Sundy, My 24, A very specil Thnk You to the plnning committee - Rick & Lind Jgels, Jeff & Sheil Fischer, Gry & Denise O Frrell, Jke & Dine Wohlgemuth, Pul & Pulette Rpp nd Wde & Ayles Rpp. Thnks to Chrles & Terry Heimn for donting the hogs nd Sherlene s Ctering for food preprtion. Mrlon & Cindy Seider - Seider s One Stop for ll the ice. Fith United Church of Christ - Pririe City for the mny sheet ckes, Zion Luthern Church memers for the wonderful vriety of food items nd dontions - these people re gret! And to everyone who helped in ny wy - Thnk You! We lso pprecite ll the thoughts nd pryers for us nd our fmily this pst yer. Byron hs mde his 1-yer nniversry - through mny trying times of tretments, hospitl nd physicin visits nd we sk tht you continue to keep us in your pryers. GOD is indeed GREAT - HIS mercy continues every dy for us ll. Thnks to everyone - Byron & Connie Mott SOCIAL SCENE/PEOPLE Anniversry to Dwyne nd Ptrici Tippie, Anthony nd Donn Mrqurdt, nd Dle nd Kthy Seider. Congrtultions to Amy nd Mnny Cordov on the irth of their second son. Aidn Quinn ws orn on My 28, 2009 in Joplin, Mo. He weighed 7 pounds 15 ounces nd ws 21 inches long. Grndmother Slly Buer is spending the week getting cquinted. Visitors lso on the ig dy were: Gret Grndmother, Eld Buer, Gret Aunt Rhond Shouse, nd Gret Aunt Lind Lee. Mternl grndprents re Gerld nd Slly Buer. 53rd Rockville School reunion drws lrge crowd There were 76 registered lumni nd guests who ttended the 53rd reunion April 26. It ws eutiful sunny dy. The hll opened t 10.m. nd the lumni gthered so everyone could visit efore lunch. At ll:30 our president, Virgil Fox welcomed everyone nd hd Wnd Heisermn Rector sk the lessing for our food nd give thnks for everyone s sfe trvel to the meeting s well s sfe return home. Sherlene Mott Todd served our delicious mel. The meeting ws clled to order y our president t 1 p.m. The minutes nd tresurer s report were red. We hd moment of silence honoring the lumni who hd pssed on this pst yer. They were Betrice Snow, Glenn Bin, Jck Rpp, Lenn Wood Fischer, Violet (Terry) Wright, Puline Bin, Hel ishop, Frnk Henker nd Fern Ammons Lewis. There ws round of ppluse nd thnks to ll of our 10 veterns were present. There were two former techers present. They were Slly Lou Dodds, Steve nd Chrlotte Siegismund Hirni. The eldest womn present ws Slly Lou Steve ge 92 nd the eldest mn ws Adolf Roerts ge 90. The lumni tht hd trveled the longest distnce ws Dick Dodds from Tulre, Cliforni. Those ttending from out of stte were; Wylene Wggener Cohgn, Bentonville, Ark.; Ptty Godley Schmidt nd Gene Schmidt of Pickneyville, Ill.; Chrles nd Mon Siegismund of Jcksonville, Ark.; Dick Dodds of Tulre, Clif.; Brr Bin Wlker of Omh, Ne.; Don Crroll nd Chrlene Cicio of Denver, Colo.; nd Norvin nd Veld Fischer Jgels of Overlnd Prk, Kn. From the Appleton City, Mo. re were Mry Louise Rpp Johnnigmeier, Leon Wilt, Eugene Vn Winkle, Roy nd Mrth Yoss, Howrd Heisermn, Leol Hmmer Jgels, Wnd Heisermn Rector nd Louie Rector, Mxine Roerts Piepmeier nd Wright Piepmeier, Betty Hmmer Klinsick, Lur Mrquet Rpp nd Eld Mrquet Buer. From the Rockville re were Mrlyne (Tommy) Wood Grgg, Sr Siegismund Herting, Joel Newell Dins, Jy Huffmn, Leo Rpp, Eldo nd Freid Rpp, Mrgie Kern Siegismund, Clr Belle Grver Oerly, Bernice Rpp Mott, nd Sherlene Mott Todd. From the Butler re were Eddie nd Wilm Hmmer Dodds, Joe nd Clrice Dodds Roinson, Glenn Domer, Be Heimn Pge, Drlene Seider Fischer, Dorothy Hirni Durst nd Perl Wilson. News from Bristol Mnor The wether is getting it wrm ut we just sty inside where it is cool. Viol, Br nd I went to jewelry prty t Ruy Prsons nd hd gret time nd so hppy with the things we ought. We just look so good. Viol hs een usy going to the ldies rekfst nd Optimists meetings. She sdly lost distnt fmily memer nd went to services. Mondy night we hd to go to Viol s room to wtch the Bchelorette. Medicom hd no sound on Chnnel 9 ut VI hs stellite TV, so we didn t miss out. Hve you noticed ll of the men re runettes? Not londe in the unch. Fy went to the Get Togethers Mondy nd hd good time with the ldies nd hd ig turnip. Br went to the store with me Mondy nd helped push the crt. We ended up filling up two crts. Crl put them up, tht is tough jo. Amnd, Crl s dughter, hs kitten now. She is the cutest little lck nd white. We took some glmour shots of her nd they just turned out gret. Congrts to C.J. She pssed her CMA test nd cn pss meds now. It will e gret help. John went out with some friends this week nd hd good time. Bo goes to his frm out every dy. He hs plnted some tomtoes nd goes to check them. Speking of tomtoes, we tried hnging out tomtoes upside down ut didn t spend the $20 s seen on TV, I sved milk jugs, two liter pop ottles nd even gllon ice crem uckets. I put the tomto plnts in the holes, filled it with dirt nd used some twine nd hung them up. They re doing gret. Let s just see how them do with tomtoes on them. I will let you know how they do. I d etter strt dinner. Tle cre nd e sweet. Mry B. From the Nevd re were; Betty Bern Prtt, Sue Griggs Mock, Sllie Lou Dodds, Steve, Chrlotte Siegismund Hirni nd Berniece Snow Bell. Those from other plces in Missouri were; Virgil nd Ver Fox, Lee s Summit; Clrk nd Mrie Hillsmn, nd Georgi Siegismund Willims, Eldordo Springs; Ted nd Alice Schumn, nd Jennifer Schumn, Whetlnd; Erl Grver, Humnsville; Drlene (Tootie) Reynolds, Archie; Emerson Smith, Centerville; Kristen Smith Hudson nd Juli Hudson, Springfield; Roger Brlmn, Ork; Adolf nd Dorothy Roerts, Independence; Eileen Bern Losey nd Gry R. Cooper, Knss City; Jmes nd Jon Grrison, Lowry City; Myrn Good Dolence, We City; Betty Rector Worley, Gldstone; Mrie nd Wilur Henny, Montrose; Jy Dee nd Kthie Dins, Schell City; nd Emm Siegismund Cssity, Lockwood. Those who ttended ll eight yers of grde school s well s ll 12 yers were lso recognied. There were severl of the clss of 1949 tht hd gthering t Tommy Woods Grgg s home on Sturdy fternoon. A fond frewell to Rier fmily Christin Church My 31, ttendnce ws 60. Tody we hd dinner fter morning service to id frewell to the Riers, Jennifer nd Bro. Dvid. They will e missed, ut they re in serch of new clling from God. Kentucky will e lessed! We wish them sfe journey nd we re so grteful for ll they hve done in the pst three yers they hve served The children of Roert nd Jo Ann Lughlin invite friends nd fmily to shre in the celertion of their prent s 50th Wedding Anniversry Sundy, June 21, 2009 from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. t the Hume United Methodist Church. Plese llow your ttendnce nd est wishes to e your present. News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, Enggements... Wiltshire-Wright to wed July 17 Mr. nd Mrs. Rndll W. (Ten) Wiltshire of Butler, Mo. nd Mr. nd Mrs. Gerld (Pt) Wright of Bllwin, Mo., re proud to nnounce the enggement nd upcoming mrrige of their children: Meredith Re Wiltshire to Dniel Ptrick Wright. The wedding will e held on July 17, 2009 t The Old Hickory Golf Clu in St. Peters, Mo. Meredith is employed t St. John s Medicl Center in St. Louis, Missouri s Registered Nurse in Lor nd Delivery. Dniel is employed with CMS Communictions in Logistics in Chesterfield, Mo., nd working on his Msters Degree in Accounting. They will e mking their home in Ellisville, Mo., fter their honeymoon in Antigu. Meredith is the grnddughter of the lte Willim C. nd Jennie Wiltshire of Rich Hill, Mo. nd lso of John Melvin Stephens nd the lte Arlene (Biggerstff) Stephens of Butler, Mo. Aout 30 or so of the Alumni met hd dinner nd visited t the Cowoy Inn Everyone is invited to come nd visit gin next yer t the Cowoy Inn strting t 4. If nyone wishes to receive n invittion to the reunion send me your nme nd ddress nd I will dd you to my in our community. They hve touched so mny with love nd help in whtever ws needed. We will miss them ut I do elieve the children will miss them most of ll. Bro. Dvid preched his lst sermon t our church tody, My 31. He nd Jen will e here till the June 7 s they re usy with plns for Spring Fling on the 6th. We hope this will e fun dy for ll to enjoy. We hve lot of events plnned. Prde will line up t 9.m. on 1st Street north of 52 on the dirt rod. The prde will strt t 10.m. Grnd Mrshls will e Tom nd Mrth Long. Events will e Blcksmith Shop, Hystcks with nickels in them for different ge groups. 11.m. is Crowning of the Princess t the Community Center on Min Street, Amoret. 11:30 turtle rce, 12 noon Bill White with his music nd guitr, 2-4 p.m. dunkin tnk. 12:30 p.m. fce pinting, pie judging, wool spinning, disc throwing, horseshoe pitching, drt gme, quilt rffle, winner will e nnounced t 4 p.m. Step 7 music, movie t Amoret Christin Church fter drk. MASH Cncer Tem will serve lunch. More events will e dded s we go on plnning. Spring Fling committee Sherlyn Hickerson, Norm Ridley, Tin Msters, Dphne Muller, Jennifer Rier, Tmmy Cmeron, Shellie Wisdom, Tth Vonovich. Shre with us stories from the pst. Plese include photo copies of pictures. Stories out fmilies nd friends, (funny nd serious). We would like to mke ook for ll to enjoy. Send to Norm Ridley, P.O. Box 12, Amoret, Mo HHH Pryer is sked for ll on our long list. Our sympthies re to the fmily of Roy Wymer who pssed into heven erly My. A militry service will tke plce t Benjmin cemetery t miling list. Also if you hve chnge of ddress plese let me know, you my cll me t or send the informtion to me t EMMA CASSITY, P.O. Box 470, Lockwood, Mo., Our reunion in 2010 will e April, 25. God Bless ll. Hope to see you ll there next yer. -Emm Cssity. 3 p.m. Tuesdy. A mel will e served t 4 p.m. t the Community Center in Amoret. On Wednesdy t 5:45 p.m. Will Hlliurton will e ptied into Christ. Pryer service to follow t 6 p.m. This is very specil. Jonn Luttrell hd to go to the E. R. Sturdy for check up on her knee tht ws replced. She could not stnd up nd ws in lot of pin. A friend of Eth Perls pssed on lst week. Niv hwken. Keep her nd her fmily in pryer. Rememer the 14th is our church picnic, right fter morning service t City Prk. Bring covered dish, grdutes will e honored t this event. It is lredy going to e usy month. Anyone who cn help in ny of these goings on would e very much pprecited. Be sure you rech out to shut in, help in ny wy you cn. Even visit if possile. Keep our service people in your pryers, they re giving their ll for our freedom. Pryer is the lest we cn give ck. Buckle up, sty sfe, nd my the good Lord less ech nd everyone of you. Lorrie Johnson Tired drivers re impired drivers. When tired driver is ehind the wheel, he my drive off the rodwy, cross the center line, rke frequently, tilgte, or drive considerly under the speed limit. These ctions re not sfe! Will turning the rdio up or rolling the window down help keep you wke? NO! If you re tired don t drive. Temporry fixes like tking short np efore you drive, drinking something with cffeine, or exercising re exctly tht-- temporry. Only sleep cures ftigue. A pulic service nnouncement from your Missouri Stte Highwy Ptrol.
6 6 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 Oituries Oituries should e sumitted through the funerl home. Independent sumissions must e ccompnied y pulished oitury or deth certificte. Photos t n dditionl chrge. The dedline for the news-xpress is 5:00 p.m. Tuesdy. Jeffry M. Chmers Jeffry Mrk Jeff Chmers, ge 48 of Bolivr, MO pssed wy Thursdy, My 28, 2009 He ws orn on Septemer 17, 1960 in Butler, MO the son of Eugene A. Chmers nd Jenne E. (Eichler) Chmers. He ws grdute of Butler High School. Jeff egn working t his hometown Sonic in Butler, MO while in high school. The first drive-in Jeff rn ws Sonic Resturnts Inc. store in Sugr Creek, MO. In 1986 Jeff ecme the Mnging Prtner of the first Excel Sonic Drive-In in Auror, MO. Jeff then moved to Bolivr, MO in 1988 where he ws the Mnging Prtner of the Bolivr Sonic. Jeff ecme Co-Director of Opertions nd shreholder for the Excel Sonic Group in In 2001, Jeff ecme the Chief Operting Officer for Excel Sonic Group which ws his position until his deth. Jeff received numerous wrds nd recognition s throughout his Sonic creer. The most notle wrd ws the Ntionl Sonic Opertionl Excellence Awrd in Jeff served two terms on the Sonic Frnchise Advisor Council Bord. The Sonic world hs lost one of the est in Jeff. Jeff enjoyed golf nd ws memer t the Silo Ridge Golf Clu in Bolivr. He lso enjoyed eing on his frm nd working on his immculte lwn. He ws preceded in deth y his rother Jerry Chmers nd his fther Eugene Chmers. Surviving is his wife of 27 yers, Lesi Chmers of the home in Bolivr, One dughter, Jessic Skinner nd husnd Zchry of Knss City, MO; His mother, Jenne E. Chmers of Butler, MO; one rother Lrry Chmers of Gldstone, MO; nd one sister, Vicki Porter of Butler, MO. Also nieces nd nephew, Lori Chmers, Kyle Arrington, Jennifer Ksh nd Jonthn Porter. Funerl services will e held on Sundy, My 31, 2009 t 2:00 PM in the Butler Funerl Home Chpel in Bolivr with Rev. Jerry Book officiting. Musicl soloist ws Brd Wommck with Rose Roweton s the Pinist. Musicl selections were Aming Grce nd In The Grden. Csketerers were John Horn, Brent Johnson, Jck Follis, John Conner, Mtt Bonnewit nd Jck Bker. Buril will e in the Slem Cemetery t Foster, Missouri under the cre nd direction of the Butler Funerl Home of Bolivr. Friends my sign the guest ook or send privte condolences t com Ptrici E. Fillpot Ptrici Evelyn Pt Fillpot, ge 70, of Hume, Missouri died Fridy My 29, 2009 t the Nevd Regionl Medicl Center. She ws orn in Cliforni on July 15, 1938 the dughter of Clem nd Alice Jenkins O?Rer. She mrried Oscr Fillpot on Octoer 12, 1957 t Knss City, Missouri. She ws most recently employed s the Hume City Clerk. Previously, she hd worked s tx consultnt, in ookkeeping with the Prescott Elevtor nd the Hume Insurnce Agency. Pt ws memer of the Hume Christin Church. She ws preceded in deth y her prents, one rother, Milton, nd three sisters, Glori, Drlene, nd Brr. She is survived y her husnd Oscr of Hume, three sons: Jeff Fillpot nd Vl of Lke of the Orks, Missouri, Oscr Fillpot Jr. nd Cindy of Independence, Missouri, Greg Fillpot nd Trcy of Hume; two dughters, Lis Howrd nd Missy Ptton oth of Hume, one sister Jonn Gillette of Knss City, Knss, fourteen grndchildren, eight gret grndchildren nd mny nieces nd nephews. Funerl services were held Tuesdy June 2, 2009 t the Hume Christin Church. Buril will e in the Slem Cemetery ner Foster, Missouri. The fmily suggests contriutions to the Hume Christin Church. A note for the fmily cn e left t www. coffelschneider.com. Arrngements: Coffel-Schneider, Hume, Missouri. Ptrici E. Fillpot Ptrici Evelyn Pt Fillpot, ge 70, of Hume, Missouri died Fridy My 29, 2009 t the Nevd Regionl Medicl Center. She ws orn in Cliforni on July 15, 1938 the dughter of Clem nd Alice Jenkins O?Rer. She mrried Oscr Fillpot on Octoer 12, 1957 t Knss City, Missouri. She ws most recently employed s the Hume City Clerk. Previously, she hd worked s tx consultnt, in ookkeeping with the Prescott Elevtor nd the Hume Insurnce Agency. Pt ws memer of the Hume Christin Church. She ws preceded in deth y her prents, one rother, Milton, nd three sisters, Glori, Drlene, nd Brr. She is survived y her husnd Oscr of Hume, three sons: Jeff Fillpot nd Vl of Lke of the Orks, Missouri, Oscr Fillpot Jr. nd Cindy of Independence, Missouri, Greg Fillpot nd Trcy of Hume; two dughters, Lis Howrd nd Missy Ptton oth of Hume, one sister Jonn Gillette of Knss City, Knss, fourteen grndchildren, eight gret grndchildren nd mny nieces nd nephews. Funerl services were held Tuesdy June 2, 2009 t the Hume Christin Church. Buril will e in the Slem Cemetery ner Foster, Missouri. The fmily suggests contriutions to the Hume Christin Church. A note for the fmily cn e left t Arrngements: Coffel-Schneider, Hume, Missouri. Nin Me Hockett Nin Me Hockett, 75, Adrin, Mo., pssed wy Fridy, My 29, 2009 t Adrin Mnor Helth & Rehilittion Center in Adrin. Grveside services were held June 2 t Scott Cemetery, Amsterdm, Mo., with the Rev. Ry Burhrt of the Adrin Christin Church officiting. Nin ws orn Nov. 26, 1933 in Henry County, Mo., to George Horroll nd Fern (Hughes) Corwine. Nin, the youngest of four children, grew up in the Amsterdm re where she grduted from the Mimi R-1 School. After grdution she moved to Knss City, Mo., where she got jo t Western Electric s key punch opertor. She held numerous witressing jos nd retired fter severl yers operting Hockett s Upholstery. In 1952 she mrried W.R. Ted Hockett in Hrper, Mo. Nin ws preceded in deth y her prents nd son-in-lw, Forrest Frosty McGrw. She is survived y her husnd, Ted, of the home; four dughters, Nylene McGrw, Mound City, Kn., Ginger Filtingerger nd husnd, Jim. Deie Moles nd husnd, Bo nd Denn Hockett; nd one son, Dustin Hockett, ll of Adrin, Mo.; two rothers, Normn Corwine, Colordo Springs, Colo., nd Nson Corwine nd wife, Br, Amsterdm, Mo.; one sister, Nomi Kershner, Independence, Mo.; eight grndchildren nd nine gret-grndchildren. Arrngements: Atkinson Funerl Home, Adrin, Mo. Contriutions: Denn Hockett Dontion Account, c/o Adrin Bnk, P.O. Box 127, Adrin, Mo or Citiens Bnk of Adrin, P.O. Box 505, Adrin, Mo Betty R. Morris Betty R. Morris, 91, of Columi, Missouri pssed wy on My 28, 2009 t University Hospitl & Clinics. Services will e t 4:00 p.m. on June 2, 2009 t Scred Hert Ctholic Church in Columi. Buril will e t 12:00 p.m. on Wednesdy, June 3, 2009 in Mulerry Cemetery ner Butler, Missouri. Visittion will e from 3:00 p.m. until time of services t the church. Betty ws orn on July 13, 1917 in Colmn, South Dkot to Chrles nd Mrgret Quinn Rush nd they preceded her in deth. She ws mrried in Colmn, to Frnk E. Morris, Mjor U.S. Army Retired, nd he preceded her in deth. Betty ws long time memer of Scred Hert Ctholic Church. She ttended the University of Iow where she ws memer of Delt Delt Delt Sorority. She hd worked s ookkeeper t Wlt s Bike Shop in Columi since 1981 nd eginning in the 1930 s she worked t Wll Drug Store in South Dkot during the summers. Betty is survived y her son, Frnk W. Morris of Columi, Missouri; rother, Chrles Rush nd wife, Evie of Anchorge, Alsk long with mny nieces, nephews nd other fmily memers. She ws lso preceded in deth y two rothers, John nd Bill Rush nd two sisters, Dorothy Husted nd Frnces Brekhus. Memoril contriutions cn e mde to Americn Hert Assocition, P.O. Box 30638, Columi, Missouri Chrles Skggs Chrles Chuck Wyne Skggs, ge 55 of Gldstone, Missouri died Sundy, My 31, 2009 t North Knss City Hospitl in North Knss City, Missouri. He ws orn July 5, 1953 to Virgil Frnklin nd Gerldine Berry Skggs in Nevd, Missouri. Chuck, one of nine children, Recorder Mundey tkes required trining course Btes County Recorder of Deeds Lucille Mundey hs completed her required 20- hour trining y ttending the Recorders Assocition of Missouri 2009 conference held in Springfield recently. The trining included progrms on workplce sfety, CERF, finncil exploittion of the elderly, the future of recorders, immigrtion issues nd legisltive updtes. Mundey lso ttended the technology forum which consisted of vendors demonstrting recording softwre, photocopy systems, microfilm, e-recording systems nd wesites. During the legisltive updte, ills of interest to the recorders were discussed regrding increses in recording fees, certificte of vlue, mechnics liens, nd microfilm storge with the Secretry of the Stte. In ll, there were eight ills introduced to increse recording fees from $1 to $7. These ills died in committee. One ill tht did pss nd is on the governor s desk witing his signture is SB 235 which is the mnufctured housing conversion ill. This ill llows the conversion of mnufctured housing from personl property to rel property for the purpose of lending. grew up in Butler where he ttended high school. On Decemer 13, 1975 he ws united in mrrige to Der Blser in Butler nd to this union two sons were orn. Chuck ws mechnic nd truck driver. For severl yers he ws led mechnic nd shop mnger for Tion Truck Line. Chuck lso worked s low oy driver for Tomhwk Construction nd s tck distriutor for Superior/ Bowen Construction. He ws memer of Temsters Union #541. Chuck ws Christin who elieved in the power of pryer. His gentle love nd ffection were cherished y his wife nd children. He enjoyed wtching his grndchildren ply ll nd spending time with them. The est wy to descrie Chuck is tht he ws unique nd originl ut with twist of orneriness nd mischievousness. There ws no middle ground with Chuck, he ws either going ninety to nothing or tking np. Chuck ws gret neighor with generous hert who ws lwys shring evening mels with them. He ws proud of his wife nd literlly worshiped her nd will e missed y mny friends. Chuck is survived y his wife, Der Skggs of Gldstone, Missouri; three sons, Brin Wyne Skggs of Gldstone, Missouri, Brenton Lee Skggs nd wife Mry of Smithville, Missouri nd Shwn Tylor nd wife Jenny of Butler, Missouri; three rothers, Gene Skggs nd wife Mry of Knss City, Knss, Jim Skggs of Belton, Missouri nd Berry Skggs nd wife Eulit of Rymore, Missouri; four sisters, Sue Shffer nd husnd Den of Lincoln, Missouri, Connie Frrell of Butler, Missouri, Betty DuBry of Butler, Missouri nd Irene Crow nd husnd Dle of Butler, Missouri; nd six grndchildren, Drke, Brock, Clyton, Hnnh, Leh nd McKenie. He ws preceded in deth y his prents nd one rother, Jerry Skggs. Funerl services were 7 p.m. Wednesdy, June 3, 2009 t Schowengerdt Funerl Chpel in Butler, Missouri with Brother Bill Perkey officiting. Cremtion to follow services. Inurnment, Ok Hill Cemetery, Butler, Missouri Contriutions, Chrity of Choice. Online condolences, Frnces C. Tucker Frnces Crolyn Tucker, 86, Butler, MO, died Sturdy, My 30, 2009 t her home. Funerl services will e held t 10:00.m. Thursdy, June 4 t the First Bptist Church in Butler, MO. Friends my cll 6:00-8:00 p.m. Wednesdy, June 3 t the church. Memoril contriutions my e mde to First Bptist Church, 300 North Delwre, Butler, MO or to Hertlnd Hospice, 612 W. Ft. Scott Street, Butler, MO Fire, cr wreck drills t Adrin On Mondy, June 1 t pproximtely 7:30 p.m., police crs, fire trucks, nd n mulnce converged on the intersection of 7th nd Lexington in Adrin. The loction ws the scene of multi-jurisdictionl drill involving Adrin Fire, Police, nd Emergency Mngement, Butler Fire, Btes County EMS, nd the Btes County Sheriff s Deprtment. New rmps for Adrin Sr. housing On Sturdy, My 30, Adrin Senior Housing received two new hndicp wheelchir ccess rmps t their community center. Grrett Huntsmn who is currently Life Scout with the Adrin Boy Scout Troop 238 chose this project for his Egle Scout Ledership Project. He nd 10 other scouts from the troop spent the etter prt of Sturdy removing nd reuilding the hndicp ccess rmps to the community center uilding. Grrett hd lso sked Gerld Shffer to help s his dult dvisor. Grrett chose this project fter lerning tht the ord of directors from the complex hd pproved to hve the rmps replced ut didn t hve the mens ccomplishing the project. He lso lerned tht recently Senior hd fllen off of the old rmps. Once the ord greed to llow him to proceed, he decided to pproch Midwest Lumer of Butler to help with funding of the project. After speking with one of the owners, Brndon Golldy, Brndon greed tht etween himself personlly nd the lumer yrd the project would e completely funded. If youre in teh re, e sure to stop y nd see the new rmps. The seniors re very proud of wht Midwest Lumer, Grrett nd his tem donted to them. Pictured from left (front row): (Project coordintor) Grrett Huntsmn, Tnnor Thoms, Nick Engelhrdt, Justin Deems, Chnce Gregory, Lndon Elmer. Bck row: Trvis Dwn, Zch Doty, Cle Huntsmn, Jmes Wood nd (dult supervisor) Gerld Shffer. Not pictured Michel Durin. Photo y De Huntsmn. The scenrio involved fire in moile home. A smoke mchine ws used to simulte ctul fire conditions. The fire ws ttcked nd victim ws rought from the home nd hnded over to medicl personnel for tretment. Approximtely 30 minutes into the exercise, second cll ws received for report of simulted motor vehicle ccident t the Adrin City Prk. Some of the units were relesed from the originl scene nd sent to the ccident, where simulted victim hd to e extricted from the vehicle. The top of the vehicle ws removed, nd the victim ws turned over to medicl personnel. The drill ended t pproximtely 9 p.m., nd personnel reported to the Adrin fire sttion for critique of the opertion. The Community of Hume wishes to extend its sympthy to the fmily of Pt Fillpot. Pt, long time community memer will e gretly missed y fmily nd friends. School my e over, ut the PTO hs lredy strted on next yer. The new officers elected re: President, Tmmie Mnn; vice-president, Mrgret Sers; secretry, Jmie Brmes; Tresurer, Krl Dvidson; Medi, Kren Allen; Box Tops/Best Choice Lels, Morning Str Lng; Fundrisers, Missy Ptton nd Jmie Cnnon; nd Hospitlity, Trcy Fillpot nd Vicki Lrch. I m sure if nyone would like to help with PTO, just give ny of these ldies cll. I know they would pprecite it. On Sundy, My 24, Wilm Sullivn, Everett nd Kren Irwin, Jeffrey nd Lne Irwin, Crrie Lntserger, Michl nd Mriss ll ttended the wedding of Hrold Durin nd Meghn Prigmore t Rdio Springs Prk in Nevd. Hrold is the son of Jess nd Virgini Durin of Fulton, Ks. Hrold is in the Mrines nd hs een sttioned in Jpn, ut will now go to North Crolin. A enefit will e held Fridy evening for Ruth Rice, who is ttling cncer. A mel will e served strting t 5 p.m. t the Hume High Memoril grden nd wlkwy t Adrin Mnor Summer is coming nd so is the excitement of the residents t Adrin Mnor. All re looking forwrd to the construction of the new memoril grden nd wlkwy. Community support with this endevor is sked. From now through June 25 orders will e tken for ricks to pve the wy. The cost of personlied rick is $100. Order forms re ville to e completed in honor of, or in memory of, loved one. Plese pick up form nd fill it out nd return the order form with your check (mde out to Adrin Mnor Memoril Fund). Send ll order forms nd checks to Adrin Mnor, 402 West 1st St., Adrin, Mo If you hve ny questions cll Vli Hnson t The drill ws plnned nd orgnied y Deputy Chief Json Bennett of the Butler Fire Deprtment. No one deprtment hs the resources or mnpower to hndle mjor incident lone, Bennett sid. The gol of these drills is to get locl gencies to uild closer working reltionship. We wnt to Never dull moment for PTO School Cfeteri. At 6 p.m. the Blue s Brothers will e plying, followed y n uction. A enefit for Jennie Hess Gillette is scheduled Sturdy evening, June 6 t the Foster Community Building in Foster, Mo. Jennie is lso ttling cncer. There will e mel nd uction. They re lso selling tickets on homemde quilt. I don t hve the time, ut you cn cll the Security Bnk in Hume for more informtion. On Sturdy evening, June 6, Cmeron Hinton nd Ryn Fred Austin, 2009 grdutes of Hume High School will e plying in the Lions Clu All-Str Bsketll Gme t Missouri Southern in Joplin, Mo. Scott Morrison is the coch for the North tem. The Hume Alumni ws held on Sturdy, My 23. The servers, who re students 4th grde nd up did gret jo of serving the mel. Doniet Dvis, Lur Miner, Julie Cooke, Eileen Regers nd Sheryl Austin, lso helped. Four 2009 Seniors were inducted into the thnk ll gencies involved for their prticiption, including disptchers from Butler P.D., Btes County Sheriff s Deprtment nd Btes County Hospitl. It is hoped tht more of these trining drills cn e plnned in the future, Butler Fire Chief Jim Henry sid. Alumni. Ryn Fred Austin, Cmeron Hinton, Andy Yrick nd Eric Pruitt. They were initited y Yncey Yrick nd Cliff Yrick. It is refreshing to know they could spell with lphet soup nd who knew they were tlented enough to et nn through hose tht hd een pulled over their hed. It ws very entertining for the Alumni to wtch. NOTICE OAK HILL CEMETERY Decortions from Memoril Dy must e removed y June 12th. One (1) decortion per grve is permitted.
7 FARM FRONT News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, Ntionl FFA scholrship wrded to Jordyn Ewnk Indinpolis The Ntionl FFA Orgnition wrded $1,000 Ford Trucks/Built Ford Tough scholrship to Jordyn Ewnk of Mimi FFA, Mx Motors II, s specil project of the Ntionl FFA Foundtion, sponsors the scholrship. Jordyn plns to use the funds to pursue degree t Missouri Stte University (Mo). Jordyn is the dughter of Trcy nd Angel Ewnk of Amsterdm. This scholrship is one of 1,462 wrded through the Ntionl FFA Scholrship Progrm this yer Currently, 128 corporte sponsors generously contriute Jordyn Ewnk pproximtely $2.2 million to support this progrm. Tis is the 25th yer tht scholrships hve een mde ville through the Ntionl FFA Foundtion y usiness nd industry sponsors to rewrd nd encourge excellence nd enle students to pursue their eductionl gols. Scholrship recipients were selected from 7,810 pplicnts from cross the country Selections were sed on the pplicnt s cdemic record, FFA nd other school community ctivities, supervised griculturl experience progrm in griculturl eduction nd future gols. The Ntionl FFA Orgnition, formerly known s the Future Frmers of Americ, is ntionl youth orgnition of 507,763 student memersll prepring for ledership nd creers in the science, usiness nd technology of griculture-s prt of 7,439 locl FFA chpters in ll 50 sttes., Puerto Rico nd the Virgin Islnds the Ntionl FFA Orgnition chnged to its present nme in 1988, in recognition of the growth nd diversity of griculture nd griculturl eduction. The FFA mission is to mke positive difference in the lives of students y developing their potentil for premier ledership, personl growth nd creer success through griculturl eduction. Missouri FSA chnges NAP closing dtes for strwerries, lueerries Trctors, Ho! Jefferson City Stnding next to n ntique 1951 John Deere Model A trctor on the South Lwn of the Stte Cpitol, Gov. Jy Nixon Fridy signed HB 93 & 216, ill to mke trctor prdes in Missouri Legl. Gov. Nixon ws joined t the signing y ill sponsor Re. Mike Thoms of Mryville; y stte Sen. Frnkl Brnit of Lke Spring, who hndled the ill in the Sente; y Jon Hgler, director of the Missouri Deprtment of Agriculture; nd y Col. Jmes Kethley, superintendent of the Missouri Stte Highwy Ptrol. Agriculture hs een the ckone of Missouri s economy ever since sttehood, nd is rich prt of our heritge, Gov. Nixon sid. Trctor prdes give Missourins the chnce to see the wonderful pieces of mchinery tht helped mke Missouri n griculturl powerhouse. The ill llows trctors to e driven on Missouri rodwys in prdes y licensed drivers during dylight hours for fund-rising events, with the pprovl of the Missouri Stte Highwy Ptrol. An emergency cluse in the ills mens the lw took effect upon the Governor s signture. Gov. Nixon sid tht the eginning of summer lso mrks the eginning of mny griculturl festivls nd firs round the stte. The John Deere trctor ws rought to the Cpitol y its owner, Hrold Wolf of Tipton. Severl memers of the Hert of Americ Trctor Clu from Nodwy County lso were present for the ill signing. Michel Finley, Executive Director for USDA s Frm Service Agency (FSA) in Btes County nnounced the dedline to purchse coverge under FSA s Non-insured Crop Disster Assistnce Progrm (NAP) hs chnged for strwerries nd lueerries effective for the 2010 nd susequent crop yers. The sles closing dte for lueerries nd strwerries ws previously Mrch 15 of the yer prior to the growing seson. For strwerries, the new closing dte for Missouri will e Sept. 30 nd for lueerries the new dte is Nov. 20. For coverge for the 2010 crop yer, producers must purchse NAP policy y Sept. 30, 2009 or Nov. 20, 2009, respectively. The NASP progrm llows producers to hve protection on crops in which ctstrophic level of crop insurnce is not ville NAP coverge cn provide finncil ssistnce in cses where there is crop loss or prevented plnting due to nturl disster. To pply for coverge producers must complete form CCC-471, Appliction for coverge, n py the pplicle service fees t their locl FSA office y the pplicle sles closing dte. The service fee is the lesser of $250 per crop or $750 per producer per dministrtive county, not to exceed totl of $1,875 for producer with frming interest in multiple counties. There re specil provisions for limited resource producers for wiver of fees. To pply for NAP coverge or to lern more out the progrm, visit the Btes county FSA office t 625 West Nursery or cll t Additionl informtion is lso ville online t 50th reunion for RHHS Clss of 1959 The Rich Hill High School Clss of 1959 held its 50 yer clss reunion on Sturdy fternoon, My 23 t the Rich Hill Christin Church Annex from 2:30 to 6 p.m. As ech clss memer signed in they received nme tg with their senior picture on it nd ook with informtion on ech of their clssmtes, pictures nd trivi from the yers of 1941 nd Attending in the fternoon were 36 clssmtes, 17 spouses nd 12 other guests, for totl of 66 present. Approximtely 50 of these ttended the evening lumni nquet held t the high school. The nnex tles were decorted with flowers, gold decortions nd miniture school desks tht ech grdute ws le to tke home s rememrnce of the dy. Sncks, decorted cke, te, coffee nd lemonde were enjoyed throughout the fternoon while everyone visited, reminisced nd took pictures. Everyone lso enjoyed displys of yerooks, news rticles, pictures nd other items. At 4 p.m. the group ll went up to the old high school nd hd their picture tken on the front steps. Mny in the group hd stood on those exct sme steps for n erlier group picture when they were in second grde. Jeff nd Donn Arnold were the photogrphers nd most of the clss memers purchsed picture to e sent to them lter. Front row (from left): Ann Me (Billingsley) Cter, Crol (Sikes) Hyer, Dixie (West) Vodry, Dell (King) Vodry, Bo Trmmell, Slly Vn Ormer, Wrren Schooley Jr. Second row: Russel Pope. Virgini (Ayres) Herod, Mry Jne (Hedley) McCullough, Mry (Swrnes) Judy, Mry Jen (Dvis) Swope; two in middle, Lois (Lee) Bry, Ln (Swope) Tucker), Ptsy (Jennings) Mullies, Chrles McIntire, Jmes Brdley. Third row: Ptsy (Heckdon) White, Judy (McElroy) Hwks, Beverly (Rhodes) Sullins, Kthy (Kline) Seider, Mry Jne (Boyles) Pitts, Bud Swope, Norm (Drysdle) Mellenruch, Dvid Rpp, Gry Lnning, Sue (Littlefield) Cin. Bck row: Eldon Eikenry, Den Hollody, Jim Brtlett, Bill Nieder, Roert Mc- Crorey, Mrion Keener, Lurence Bellch, Kenny Rpp, Merle Swickhmmer, Sumitted. The clss pused for silent memory nd pryer for our six deprted memers: Pul Brtley, Jon (Tuttle) Blck, tom Morelnd, Lwrence Rp, Ruy Scheerer nd Lrry Wehermn. It ws wonderful dy nd evening. All the memers of the committee nd other clssmtes who helped relly did gret jo. Everyone especilly thnked Beverly Sullins for putting together the ook for ech clssmte nd Sue Cin for the specil nme tgs. Seventeen were unle to ttend. Those ttending were: Slly Vn Ormer, Rmon, Clif.; Beverly (Rhodes) Sullins, Ppinville, Mo.; Merle Swickhmer, Lee s Summit, Mo. Jim Brtlett nd Crol, Dixie (West) Vodry nd Cly, Bo Trmmell nd Elsie Judy (McElroy) Hwks, Sue (Littlefield) Cin nd Norm Le Mellenruch nd Wlter ll of Rich Hill, Mo.; Kthy (Kline) Seider, Appleton City, Mo.; Lurence Bellch nd Brr, Peculir, Mo.; Mry (Boyles) Pitts nd friend, Lwson,Mo.; Ptsy (Jennings) Mullies nd Dvid, Fort Scott, Kn.; Ptsy (Heckdon) White nd A.J.; Crol (Sikes) Hyer nd Virgini (Ayers) Herod ll of Independence, Mo.; Dvid Rpp nd Kenneth Rpp oth of Rockville, Mo. Chrles McIntire nd Liuor nd Gry Lning nd Sheli ll of Lowry City, Mo.; Wrren Schooley Jr nd Mrion Keener oth of Nevd, Mo.; Mry (Swrnes) Judy of Hume, Mo.; Ann Me (Billingsley) Crter of Holden, Mo.; Lois Lee Bry of Denver, Colo.; Jmes Brdley of Sedon, Ari.; Dell (King) Vodry nd Bo A looming good Thursdy Lst Thursdy fternoon s wrmer temps nd sunshine rought out severl lookers nd shoppers to the Frmers Mrket on the Squre, Thursdy mrkets open t 4 p.m.; Sturdys, 7.m. in the prking lot of BC Ntionl Bnks on West Fort Scott Street. Stff photo. Evluting the ci erry helth clims Blue Springs, Mo. The populr Brilin ci erry hs een touted s superfood tht cn promote weight loss, reduce wrinkles, clense colons nd olster the immune system. Consumers should e skepticl of these clims, sid University of Missouri Extension nutrition nd helth eduction specilist. The success of the ci erry demonstrtes mrketing triumph rther thn scientific reserch, sid Lynd Johnson. According to the Center for Science in the Pulic Interest nd serch of the Ntionl Institutes of Helth dtse, there re no humn or niml reserch studies to support ci erry helth clims. Aci products come in vrious forms, including cpsule, powder, pulp nd juice. The products cn e rther expensive, Johnson sid. A 25-ounce ottle of ci juice of Montrose, Mo.; Mry Jne (Hedley) McCullough nd John of Overlnd Prk, Kn.; Bud nd Mry Jen (Dvis) Swope of Rymore, Mo.; Bill Nieder nd Stell of Butler, Mo.; Russel Pipe nd Wnet of Phoenix, Ari.; Bo Mc- Crorey nd Phyllis from Grnite City, Ill.; Eldon Eikenry nd Kren of Bonner Springs, Kn.; Den Holldy nd dughter of Lwrence, Kn.; Ln (Swope) Tucker of Grnett, Kn,; We were very hppy to hve severl friends from other clsses drop y during the fternoon nd visit. Reported. concentrte sells for out $40. Spins, mrket reserch firm for the nturl-foods industry, reports tht Americns spent more thn $108 million on ci products in the yer ending Fe. 21, 2009, compred with $62 million the yer efore. The Better Business Bureu nd the Center for Science in the Pulic Interest hve wrned consumers out online vendors of ci products offering pricey monthly suscriptions tht re difficult to cncel. Aci erries re not mircle food, lthough they cn e prt of well-lnced diet rich in whole grins, vegetles nd fruits, Johnson sid. Most erries re nturlly rich in ntioxidnts nd contriute helth enefits tht reduce risk for chronic disese. Insted of ci erries, consider eting more fresh or froen lueerries nd strwerries, which re redily ville nd less expensive. Eting seven or more servings of fruits nd vegetles ech dy delivers plenty of ntioxidnts. The extr ntioxidnts derived from concentrted forms of ci erries my e unnecessry nd drin on the food udget during these chllenging economic times, Johnson sid. Don t rely on one highly dvertised, silver ullet food to improve your helth or help you lose weight. There re no mircle foods. Drive crefully t ll times; wer your setelt
8 8 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 Retirement for Clrence Kellogg A retirement reception ws held Fridy, My 22, for Drexel School Counselor Clrence (CJ) Kellogg in the school s Medi Center. Fculty, stff, fmily nd friends gthered to wish Clrence well nd to thnk him for his 13 yers of work t Drexel R-4 nd the contriution to the students nd co-workers whose lives he touched. The fculty nd stff enjoyed shring stories nd recollections of their time spent with Clrence. Mny crds nd gifts were presented. Among them were n engrved, musicl school ell from the Bord of Eduction nd Drexel Boct fishing chir from the Community Techers Assocition (CTA). His creer in eduction spns 27 totl yers nd includes prior service in the school districts of Hrrisurg, Jmestown, Stet, Mimi nd Rich Hill. He nd wife Shron (Miller) pln to do more fishing nd spend more time in their Texs getwy. They mke their home in Butler. Students... MSU lists scholrship recipients Springfield, Mo. Missouri Stte University recently wrded scholrships to incoming students for the cdemic yer. These students were selected from those who pplied A stdium?... red on! n In your grden rememer tht shorter flowers in front of tll plnts consider your grden s stdium for hunters. sed on their ACT (Americn College Test) scores, stnding in grduting clss nd ledership shown in community nd school ctivities. The following students from this re were wrded scholrships: Amsterdm: Jordyn Ewnk, Acdemic Scholrship. Butler: Clemente Di, Bord of Governors Scholrship; Zeth McGuire, Acdemic Scholrship. Rich Hill: Ryn Brock, Bord of Governors Scholrship. Rockville: Isc Dins, Acdemic Scholrship. MSU den s list students from this re listed Springfield, Mo. Ech semester, students t Missouri Stte University who ttin cdemic excellence re nmed to the den s list. Criteri for undergrdute students include enrollment in t lest 12 credit hours during the spring semester nd t lest 3.50 GPA on 4.00 scle. Are student qulifiers include: Adrin: Nthn C. Clrk, Emily Hunhol, Lis J. Winwright. Butler: Elieth M. Austin, Shn E. Austin, Jmie L. Burch, Luren A. Burton, Vlerie D. Crft, Autumn E. Finley, Nnnette T. Smith. Hume: Logn E. Frnklin. Rich Hill: Shond L. Dvis. Rockville: Noln M. Fischer, Christopher C. Rpp. UCM spring semester honor students Wrrensurg The following re students erned spot on the University of Centrl Missouri s den s list. This includes students with perfect 4.0 GPA nd students with GPA of 3:50 to GPA Adrin: Reecc L. Smith, Lcy Jen Hollingshed, Juliet Y. Newcome, Rchel P. Richmond, Jco A. VnSlyke. Appleton City: Lur L. Johnnigmeier. Archie: Megn E. Ackermn, Bethny J. Argright, Angel Lynn Wise. Butler: Jeremy L. Hughes, Isc R. Flint. Rich Hill: Corie A. Crow. Rockville: Meliss M. Weno. 3.5 to 3.00 GPA Adrin: Kelly N. Mss. Appleton City: Derek W. Cross. Amsterdm: Jessie Lynn Goddrd. Archie: Megn Nicole Lotspeich. Butler: Roy D. Trvin. Hume: Jnine N. Cstillo. MSU confers degrees t commencement Springfield, Mo. Missouri Stte University conferred 2,295 degrees to students this spring during commencement ceremonies t JQH Aren. The following students from this re were mong the honorees: Adrin: Kyle L. Hurd, Bchelor of Science Honors College; Lcey B. Joe, Bchelor of Science; Jennifer L. McGuire, Bchelor of Science. Butler: Kevin P. Moore, Bchelor of Science. Anelis Wood on den s list t Lyon College Btesville, Ark. Anelis Wood of Butler ws nmed to the Lyon College den s list for the spring 2009 term. Den s list requirements: student must mintin 3.75 GPA or higher while tking minimum of 12 hours in semester. Butler R-5 High School honor roll 4th qurter 2nd semester 4TH QUARTER 7TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Grielle Blevins, Grrett Crigmiles, Dlton Fischer, Alyxndr Gepford, Blde Klleck, Kyl Morris, Kierston Morris, Jchelse Noe Jenie Pxton, Cmeron Rice Jennifer Berry, Tyler Berry, Ev Cumpton, Brndon Erismon, Trey Heckdon, Turner Henderson, Srin Hill, Tylor Lockrd, Brett Miller, Joshu Plunket, Mry R, Joie Smiley, Brir Tiller, Smuel Tolle, Michel White 8TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Roert Brnson, Corin Duffield, Aron Fritts, Kolten Kuffmn, Mriss McElwin, Aigyle McGrew, Kelsey McGuire, Tnner McGuire, Nicole Sims, Jyce Teemn Zchry Borlnd, Tylor Brown, Rchel DeLoier, Tith Foote, Trey Gustin, Christin Lwrence, Trey Mreth, Mirnd Turpin, Teny Willims Biley Bicklemn, Kle Blser, Erik Ctron, Arinne Celle, Kyl Chndler, Nte Crist, Trenton Crow, Amnd Durnell, Dnik Ford, Smnth Hmmer, Sheli Hrris, Lee Hoss, Brook Kntor, Mirnd Knight, Courtney Mugns, Shnnen McCoy, Kssity McLy, Jessic Murrell, Jennifer Peters, Trenton Peters, Jeremy Poe, Brooke Rees, Jeny Rosier, Jonthn Smlley, Justin Smith, Joshu Vnce, Mdison VnGordon, Jesse Wters, Joshu Wright 9TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Michel Keener, Jy Ptel, Chrlotte Pxton, Luren Winscott Alex Jenkins, Cle Mrtin, Mggie Mssey. Kenneth Crft, Zchry Crft, Cle Diehl, Austin Douty, Stephnie Fisher, Jennifer Fitptrick, Drcy Fleener, Shely Green, Kssidy Hnnh, Smnth Hooper, Logn Hoss, Jordn Kvlesky, Jesse Kirk, Kitlyn Mciel, Dcot Mris, Nthn McGuire, Jennifer McMurphy, Brytni Musick, Pige Neighors, Brenn Srgent, Breunn Schroeder, Angel Shffer, Austin Shtto, Trustin Simpson, Tori Stuffcher, Corey VnHorn, Drrell Vinyrd 10TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Wytt Dodds, Aliss Jett, Cheyenne Lesmeister, Courtney McGuire Hether Lne, Brndon Mson, Ntoshi Minor, Morgn Nelson, Christopher Sims Krystin Austin, Nicole Brtels, Ariel Blser, Morgn Burch, Krist Crter, Angel Csid, Ntsh Chmerlin, Ctherine Clowers, Smnth Cooper, Kyl DeLoier, Ktie Epperson, Eleni Flint, Cyl Hrdie, Csey Heimn, Jesse Henderson, Kimerly McConky, Kylie McLy, Trevor Med, Mdison Minor, Kyl Mitchell, Alex Perce, Cody Pitts, Jonthn Porter, Dn Shepley, Rchel Young, Michelson Zngi 11TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Austin Hmilton, Mggie Heimn, Shnnon Scheil, Delist Stephens Shin Burch, Kris Crft, Hyle Crigmiles, McKenie Freee, Dyn Hrris, Jillin McDonld, Brenne McGuire, Rhond Myers, Donld Rutherford, Arielle Shtto, Monic Simmons, Jessic Smith, Tyler Wite Brin Austin, Willim Beshore, Brndy Bettels, Shwn Brkey, Erik Burgess, Jessic Csid, Jmi Cole, Lesslee Coots, Jonthn Crvens, Brndi Crist, Ryn Dvis, Dirk Diehl, Ashley Edgmon, Sr Ferrell, Shely Gillespie, Jessic Kvlesky, Biley Knoor, Genev Lne, Chse Mreth, Kelsey Mc- Cslin, Zchry McCoy, Tylor McMurphy, Jenn Miller, Zchry Nordyke, Elieth Rush, Audre Schroeder, Srh Skggs, Jesse Strk 12TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Cori Cole, Clemente Di, Elieth Hrtsell, Kourtney Lesmeister, Zeth McGuire, Coly Teemn, Dvid White Jordyn Bollinger, Erin Burch, Dne Diehl, Jeffrey Johns, Brookelyn McGuire, Lee McLin, Mllory Nelson, Josse Precht, Jlyn Rosier, Shny Sern, Tyler Welston Ally Bettels, Christin Blovich, Mindy Cox, Dyln Finkle, Nichols Hed, Kelsey Heckdon, Ariel Hurshmn, Chris Jcos, Chrles Ler, Dlton Lnders, Corey McCully, Jco McGuire, Megn McGuire, Shilend Melton, Andrew Miller, SEE PAGE 10 Sophomore Pilgrims The GFWC Better Homes Clu of Butler sponsored Wytt Dodds, Butler High School nd Aey Burkhrt, Bllrd High School to ttend the Sophomore Pilgrimge held on April 14, in Jefferson City. They re sophomores nd were selected y their high schools sed on honor, courge, citienship, scholrship, ledership nd service. Escorting the students were memers of the clu: Donn Huer nd Nncy Kundel. Wytt Dodds presented informtion regrding the Pilgrimge to the Better Homes Clu on April 15. Aey Burkhrt ws unle to ttend, ut provided n excellent written report to the clu. The students represented their high schools with dignity, nd the clu ws proud to hve een le to provide this tour for the students eduction nd experience. The Generl Federtion of Women s Clus of Missouri, Inc. estlished the Sophomore Pilgrimge in 1934 to promote greter interest in the oligtions nd privileges of citienship. The tour enles students to see their stte government in ction nd to meet the Governor, Supreme Court judge, Stte Tresurer, Secretry of Stte nd other stte officils. Sumitted
9 NEWS-XPRESS SPORTS News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, ZOOOOOOOM......they went tht wy! Gurnteed: Come Sturdy, June 27 you ll see something t the firgrounds in Butler like you ve never seen efore the Butler Bers first nnul Invittionl Mini-NASCAR Go-Krt Rce. A winding trck is eing prepred for t lest 14 of these ction-pcked vehicles tht will perform in vrious hets. The fcility will open t 10.m. with rce times to e nnounced. This is nother in series of fund rising events sponsored y the recently-orgnied Butler Ber Bckers, citiens group dedicted to vstly updting the Butler R-5 District s thletic progrm nd fcilities. Adult dmission is $3 in dvnce/$4 t the gte. Tickets re now on sle. Kids 12 nd under free (must e ccompnied y n dult). As n dded ttrction, there will e tethered hot ir lloon rides for $5 ech. Wnted: food nd everge vendors. Cll Ro Fritts for detils (leve messge) Here is listing of go-krt sponsors to dte: (1) Frm Risk Mngement Specilist (Monte Crlo, lck No. 3. (2) Sonic (White Monte Crol) No. 44. (3) Country Mrt (Ornge NASCAR GP) No. 12. (4) Adrin Bnk (Blck Monte Crlo/silver Windows) No. 75. (5) Principl Finncil Group (Monte Crlo) No. 91. (6) The Flming Lntern (Blck Monte Crlo) No. 87. (7) Drs. Miller & Miller DO (Monte Crlo, Green) No. 20/20. (8) Mx Motors (Monte Crlo, Red) No. 7. (9) LeNeve s TV & Appl./ Pork Plus (Prowler, Yellow w/flmes) No. 5. (10) Dvid Henry-Dve s Qulity Auto (NASCAR Style N-03, White) No. 67. (11) Kim Diehl (007). (12) Butler R-5 Techers ((R-5). (13) Dr. C.W. Long (Monte Crlo, Color?) No. 1. (14) Community First Bnk Mo. 97. Nelson medls t Stte; sets school mile record Morgn Nelson of Butler High School competed for her first time t the Stte trck meet in Jefferson City on My 23. She medled in 8th plce with her est time of the yer. She hs set new school record for the 1600 meter run (one mile) of 5 minutes, 30 seconds. Sumitted. Rich Hill hosting Fishing Dery A Fishing Dery, co-sponsored y the Rich Hill Chmer of Commerce nd the McGennis Youth Center, is set for this Sundy, June 7 t the Center. Registrtion will egin t 5:30 p.m. t the est shelter house ner the tennis courts. The Fishing Dery will run from 6 to 7:30 p.m. A prent or gurdin must ccompny ech child. The dery is open to children through 15 yers of ge. Fishing nd csting contests will e held in four ge groups. Pries will e wrded in ech group. A hot dog rost will follow the dery. McGennis Youth Center is locted five miles west of Rich Hill on A Highwy then three miles south on Route WW. Wtch for signs. A lot of hevy lifting Student volunteers checked in t Butler High School s weight room (lterntive school multipurpose room) erly Tuesdy to unlod shipment of new equipment tht is eing plced in service. Here, Thruster is moved to the entrnce. Also received, five power rcks nd Skyhwk. This project is finnced y the Butler Ber Bckers orgnition. As mny s 100 oys nd girls hve een working out dily t the fcility, ccording to hed footll coch Jck Dud. Stff photo. Mini NASCAR rce tickets ville soon The Ber Bckers re gering up for the first Annul Mini-Nscr Rce. The rce is set for Sturdy, June 27 t the Btes County Firgrounds. This will e fun filled dy for the entire fmily. There will e tethered hot ir lloon rides nd mny other fun ctivities for the fmily. Food nd other vendors re needed. If your clu or orgnition would like to hve ooth, plese cll Ro Fritts t (leve messge) Tickets for the rce will go on sle in the next week. Advnce tickets re $3 for dults, kids 12 nd under re free. All Butler students were given free dmission tickets with pid dult dmission. The Ber Bckers re running the Est Field Bsell Field concession stnd during the month of June. Come out nd hve dinner nd support the Ber Bckers. We will e serving McBee s Pinepple Brts. The Ber Bckers will e t Midwest Lumer on Sturdy, June 13 serving hot dogs. Plese support the Ber Bckers with dontion. The new weight room fcility is just out redy. The new floor mts re instlled nd the weights should e delivered in the next few dys. This fcility will e used during the summer for ll BHS thletes. Memerships re ville for $25. Forms will e ville t the concession stnd nd Midwest Lumer or you cn cll Andi t The Ber Bcker yrd signs re in. They cn e personlied with your child s nme, numer, or sport symol. The yrd signs re prt of the $100 memership pckge. This is gret wy to show your support to the BHS thletes. Reported. Senior golfers complete their rounds efore the rins cme Plying under thretening skies nd into stiff north wind, most of the scores tht the seniors put up this week were pretty high. Only 7 golfers were le to shoot net scores tht were under pr. Pul Miller nd Ed Steele shot the lowest net scores. Their net scores of 31 won them shre of this week s Most Improved Golfer (Sndgger) Awrd. John Golldy nd Dn Weeks were two shots off the pce when they shot net scores of 33. The lowest goss scores were shot y Gry Coffmn nd Gi Lymn. They shot six over pr rounds of 42. Dn Weeks ws close ehind with round of 43. Miller nd Steele shred first plce in the third flight. Golldy nd Weeks shred first plce in the second flight. Coffmn nd Lymn were joined y Neil Steiner in tieing for first plce in the first flight. Here re ll of this week s winners nd their scores: First Flight: Tie/1st: Gry Coffmn (42-6=36); Gi Lymn (42-6=36) & Neil Steiner (44-8=36). Second Flight: Tie/1st: John Golldy (45-12=33) & Dn Weeks (43-10=33); 3rd: Dnny Zellmer (49-15=34). Horse Whisperer coming to Butler Third Flight: Tie/1st: Pul Miller (50-19=31) & Ed Steele (55-24=31); 3rd: Hnk Golldy (57-23=34). Next week the Senior Golfers will ply scrmle. Plns re to hve three mn tems mde up of one golfer from ech one of the flights. The totl tem hndicps will e s close s possile to ensure gret night of competitive golf. Reported. Butler welcomes Horse Whisperer Pul Dily to town. Dily is ppering t the Rodeo Aren of the Btes County Firgrounds t 6:30pm, Thursdy, June 11. He will explin nd demonstrte the techniques used in reking wild horse tht n re resident hs volunteered for the demonstrtion. Dily does not rek horses, he gentles them, with words nd pts, until they let him ridle, sddle nd ride them - ll within two hours. Pul Dily, fther of two, is the founder of Wild Horse Ministries nd is horse triner. Becuse of the techniques employed in the trining he is sometimes clled horse whisperer. He descries himself s n ole country oy nd oil field worker. He hs loved nd worked with horses ll his life. Before the ministry strted he worked in the oil fields for his red money nd trined horses on his dys off. Erly in 1997 Pul ws in the round pen working with horse when the Lord inspired him to tke the lessons the horse ws lerning in the round pen experience nd relte it to mn s life lessons with Jesus Christ. The first demonstrtion held y the Wild Horse Ministries ws on Fe. 22, 1997 t the Dily home ner Jen, L. Initilly the ministry ws restricted to this loction or others tht hd round pen. But soon, the Lord provided nd now the only things needed y the Wild Horse Ministries re prying sponsors, n re lrge enough for the round pen nd n untrined 2 to 3 yer old hlter or rope roke horse. During the first three yers demonstrtions were given efore lmost 15,000 people in Louisin nd Texs while he mintined his full-time jo. This non-denomintionl ministry ws tken to churches, firs, prisons nd nywhere they we re invited. In My of 2000 Dily ecme full-time horse triner for the Lord nd mkes four ppernces per week in Texs nd Louisin. Severl times yer he mkes rod trips from Louisin to South Dkot. Pul Dily is eing rought to Butler y the Osge River Bptist Assocition of churches. Admission to the event is free; however dontions will e ccepted for Wild Horse Ministries. Food vendors will lso e on site eginning t 6:00pm. For more informtion cll Curtis Townley t or Lynn Snpp t ADRIAN LANES owling news Mondy Night Specil: June 1 nd Mondy Night June 8, from 7 to 10 PM, ALL-U-CAN-BOWL for $5 per person. Tues 10 AM Socil My 26: High gmes: Sue Jenkins 167, Kit Corum 147, Kelly Edmiston 121. High Series: Sue Jenkins 436. Open Socil Legue-Anyone cn owl. $6 ech Tues 7:30 PM Open Gresed Lightning Nick t Night Kgrice Strike Me Gene s Tem Crsh All N the Fmily My 26: High Gmes: Cmie Kgrice 235, Tim Atkin 213, Leroy Kgrice 189, Drue Willims 183, Mike Xnders 182, Art Plin 171, Chris Atkin 170, Nick Perkins 169, Ro Roerts 165, Gene Atkin 160, Michelle Moore 159, Jon Atkin 159, Chuck Nothngel 159, Ted Bridges 158, Rosenn Mitchell 156, Rchel Sge 154, Bline Schroeder 151, Andy Xnders 150. High Youth Gmes: Scott Kgrice 215, Nick Engelhrdt 128. High Series: Cmie Kgrice 649. Open to Youth nd Adults. USBC Snctioned. $9 per week, No Prie Fund. Wed 7:30 PM Tough Shot John s Tem Widner Construction Schumn Vinyl Tom s Tem Misis Drgon Roert s Tem My 27: High gmes: Kevin Worms 267, Dustin Scroghm 241, Ernie Moore 237, Clude Billingsley 231, John Mc- Coy 221, Roert Greer 214, Tim Atkin 212, Jim Widner 205, Dustin Deloier 203, Meliss Xnders 202, Wnd Prmenter 200, Steve Cowley 200. High Series: Ernie Moore 654, Dustin Scroghm 646. Mtch Ply Legue. Current Lne Condition: 2003 ABC Tournment of Chmpions Thurs 7 PM Open Blckhwks Bss Msters Kelly s Klowns The Brend Sue s M & M Crew Alyss s Tem Pink Ldies Johnson Suks My 28: High gmes: Kevin Worms 289, Ernie Moore 213, Kthy Hogue, Michelle Bss 190, Pt Arnold 185, Dennis Lucs 163, Tith Gry 155, Nick Perkins 146, Den Perkins 121, Hley Bss 115, Kelly Wtts 110, Brend Sue Arnold 109, Bonnie Brnett 108, Jnie Smith 106, Sue Bker 92, Lvonne Dvison 89, Dwn Wix 84, Nncy Blke 82, Pt Underwood 70, Jen Morris 62, Christy Clifton 60, Mrgret Kneuvn 54, Ashley Wlden 18. High Series: Kevin Worms 751. Open to Youth nd Adults. USBC Snctioned. Fridy Nooners My 29: High Gme: Kevin Worms 248, Leroy Foster 225, Dle Smith 203, Wesley Merritt 198, Ross Winscott 172, Mim Jckson 167, Gene Atkin 165, Lorrine Kershner 164, Jon Atkin 163, Sue Merritt 155, Troy Burton 152, Ruy Johnson 150. High Series: Kevin Worms 671, Leroy Foster 608, Dle Smith 530, Lorrine Kershner 481. Fridy 7 PM PBA 4-Gme Trio My 29: High Tem Series w/hcp: Andy s Tem High Tem Gme w/hcp: Yoss Thriftwy 678. High Scrtch Gme (Men): Richrd Frier 249 (Women): Pm Crowden 171. High Hcp Gme (Men): Andy Xnders 252 (Women): Kelly Edmiston 227. Bowl One Gme on Ech Lne Pir, Different PBA Lne Condition on ech Lne Pir. Py Out Weekly. Room for More Tems. ENDS: JUNE 5. 8-PIN NO-TAP SCOTCH DOU- BLES Fridy Night 7:30 pm June 12.
10 10 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 Butler R-5 honor roll 4th qurter 2nd semester FROM PAGE 8 Kle Pltt, Deui Purdy, Dnny Ry Roinson, Kristin Ross, Kirt Sewrd, Clyton Stevenson. 2ND SEMESTER 7TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Grielle Blevins, Grrett Crigmiles, Alyxndr Gepford, Blde Klleck, Kyl Morris, Kierston Morris, Jchelse Noe Dlton Fischer, Cmeron Rice Jennifer Berry, Tyler Berry, Ev Cumpton, Brndon Erismon, Trey Heckdon, Turner Henderson, Srin Hill, Tylor Lockrd, Brett Miller, Jenie Pxton, Joshu Plunket, Mry R, Kyrstin Ross, Joie Smiley, Brir Tiller, Smuel Tolle, Kristy Vill 8TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Roert Brnson, Corin Duffield, Aron Fritts, Kolten Kuffmn, Mriss McElwin, Aigyle McGrew, Kelsey McGuire, Tnner McGuire, Jyce Teemn Zchry Borlnd, Tylor Brown, Rchel DeLoier, Trey Mreth, Mirnd Turpin, Teny Willims Biley Bicklemn, Kle Blser, Erik Ctron, Arinne Celle, Kyl Chndler, Nte Crist, Trenton Crow, Amnd Durnell, Tith Foote, Dnik Ford, Trey Gustin, Smnth Hmmer, Sheli Hrris, Lee Hoss, Brook Kntor, Mirnd Knight, Christin Lwrence, Courtney Mugns, Shnnen Mc- Coy, Kssity McLy, Jessic Murrell, Jennifer Peters, Trenton Peters, Brooke Rees, Jeny Rosier, Nicole Sims, Jonthn Smlley, Justin Smith, Joshu Vnce, Mdison VnGordon, Jesse Wters, Joshu Wright 9TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Jy Ptel, Luren Winscott Michel Keener, Kitlyn Mciel, Cle Mrtin, Mggie Mssey, Nthn McGuire, Brenn Srgent, Trustin Simpson Kenneth Chmerlin, Kenneth Crft, Zchry Crft, Cle Diehl, Austin Douty, Stephnie Fisher, Jennifer Fitptrick, Shely Green, Kssidy Hnnh, Smnth Hooper, Alex Jenkins, Jordn Kvlesky, Jesse Kirk, Dcot Mris, Jennifer McMurphy, Brytni Musick, Mthew Oliver, Chrlotte Pxton, Breunn Schroeder, Tsh Vnce, Corey VnHorn, Drrell Vinyrd 10TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Wytt Dodds, Aliss Jett, Cheyenne Lesmeister, Courtney McGuire Ariel Blser, Brndon Mson, Ntoshi Minor, Morgn Nelson, Christopher Sims Krystin Austin, Nicole Brtels, Dennise Breiner, Morgn Burch, Krist Crter, Angel Csid, Ntsh Chmerlin, Kyl De- Loier, Coly Flngn, Cyl Hrdie, Csey Heimn, Hether Lne, Kimerly McConky, Kylie McLy, Trevor Med, Mdison Minor, Kyl Mitchell, Alex Perce, Jonthn Porter, Dn Shepley, Rchel Young 11TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Shin Burch, Hyle Crigmiles, Austin Hmilton, Mggie Heimn, Jillin McDonld, Brenne McGuire, Shnnon Scheil, Monic Simmons, Delist Stephens, Tylor Wite Brndy Bettels, Jonthn Crvens, Shely Gillespie, Donld Rutherford, Jessic Smith Brin Austin, Willim Beshore, Shwn Brkey, Erik Burgess, Jessic Csid, Jmi Cole, Lesslee Coots, Kristopher Crft, Brndi Crist, Ryn Dvis, Dirk Diehl, Ashley Edgmon, Sr Ferrell, McKenie Freee, Dyn Hrris, Jessic Kvlesky, Biley Knoor, Genev Lne, Chse Mreth, Tylor Mris, Tylor McMurphy, Jenn Miller, Kyle Morris, Rhond Myers, Zchry Nordyke, Evn Oltremre, Audre Schroeder, Arielle Shtto, Srh Skggs, Jesse Strk 12TH GRADE ALL A HONOR ROLL: Jordyn Bollinger, Cori Cole, Elieth Hrtsell, Nichols Hed, Dvid White Erin Burch, Mindy Cox, Clemente Di, Dne Diehl, Jeffrey Johns, Kourtney Lesmeister, Brookelyn McGuire, Lee McLin, Mllory Nelson, Jlyn Rosier, Shny Sern, Coly Teemn, Tyler Welston Ally Bettels, Christin Blovich, Dyln Finkle, Kelsey Heckdon, Ariel Hurshmn, Chris Jcos, Chrles Ler, Dlton Lnders, Myles Mson, Corey McCully, Jco McGuire, Zeth McGuire, Shilend Melton, Andrew Miller, Josse Precht, Deui Purdy, Dnny Ry Roinson, Kristin Ross, Kirt Sewrd, Clyton Stevenson Butler Police TIPS Hotline Cll 24 hours dy To give informtion on suspected drug or ny other criminl ctivity Roylty lineup for Butler Sddle Clu Rodeo Mecy Clirorne Brooke Heckdon Grce Keeney Attention Rodeo Fns! Summer is right round the corner nd tht mens the 57 th Annul Butler Sddle Clu Rodeo is set for June 19, 20 nd 21 t the Btes County Firgrounds in Butler, Mo. It lso mens Butler Sddle Clu Rodeo Queen nd Princess Cndidtes re out nd out selling tickets. If you re feeling lucky seek out the princess cndidtes who will e selling chnces for Roping Sddle or choice of $300 for $1 per chnce. Or if you hve your sights set on summer project contct the queen cndidtes who will e selling chnces on Qurter Horse colt or choice of $300 for $1 per chnce. Queen cndidtes will lso e selling dult dmission for $8 ech nd child dmission for $5 ech. Act now if interested in ttending the rodeo ecuse dmittnce increses $2 t the gte! If you hve questions out the Queen nd Princess Competition plese contct the Queen Committee t Sddle up nd we ll see you t the rodeo! - Reported. Princess Cndidtes Mecy Cliorne Mecy Cliorne is the 7-yer-old Dughter of Rusty nd Erin Cliorne of Bllrd, Mo. She will e in the second grde t Bllrd Elementry this upcoming school yer. Mecy is very ctive in sports. 4-H nd with her church, Firview Bptist in Bllrd. She hs plyed t-ll for four yers nd is currently plying Coch s Pitch for Bllrd. She plyed soccer 1 yer for the Hrrisonville Optimist Clu, dnced for three yers for Music-N-Motion Dnce studio in Plesnt Hill, nd 1 yer for Connie White s Dnce Studio in Hrrisonville. She hs lso prticipted in severl Rodeos, winning 1 st plce in 2006 for Mutton Busting t the Butler Sddle Clu Rodeo. Mecy hs een n ctive memer of the Bllrd 4-H Clover Kids, prticipting in everything tht she cn possily do. Mecy is pretty specil kid. For the pst four months she hs een very sick nd is still undergoing mny difficult tests to determine the cuse of her illnesses. She mintined stright A verge ll throughout the school yer nd styed on Principl s Honor Roll even though she hd to miss over month of school. She is very excited to e running for Princess, ut is oky with Mye not winning ecuse she sys, Hey, t lest I tried nd tht s ll tht mtters! Mecy nd her fmily would like to sy thnk you very much for giving us this wesome nd exciting opportunity! For rffle tickets, plese cll (660) Brooke Heckdon Brooke Heckdon is the 12-yer-old dughter of Justin nd Kessie Heckdon of Rich Hill, Mo. Brooke enjoys going to the river to set fishing lines with her dd. When she s not plying sports she likes riding her horse nd spending time with her fmily nd friends. Brooke lso enjoys hunting deer nd turkeys. Brooke would like to wish ll the cndidtes good luck! For rffle tickets, plese cll (417) Grce Keeney Grce Keeney is the dughter of Jke Stus nd Alish Keeney of Clevelnd, Mo. Grce hs one siling who just hppens to e the ddest sheep fighter in town, McKhn Md-dog Bush. She loves eing right there ehind him helping in ny wys she cn efore his ig deuts. She is the grnddughter of Shelly Keeney-Burton, Rich nd Nit Stus, the gret grnddughter of Sue Keeney nd the lte Wyne Keeney, gret grndm Ol Stus nd the lte Bill Stus. Grce enjoys riding her horse Buck nd helping her dd t his rodeos. She ttends Midwy elementry nd is involved in the sport ctivities of soccer, cheerleding, nd is interested in plying sketll next yer. Grce helps her Aunt Crystl in ny fundrisers for ALS, of which she is ig supporter. She ttends the ALS wlk every yer nd is very determined to help in ny wy she cn to rise money to find cure to hel her Uncle Roert who suffers from ALS. Grce wnts to wish the other Princess nd Queen cndidtes good luck nd God Bless! She lso wnts to thnk everyone who hs supported her in her quest for Princess. For rffle tickets, plese cll (660) Cheyenne Ptrick Hi, my nme is Cheyenne Ptrick. I m the 13-yer-old dughter of Michel nd Mry Ptrick. I hve one sister Mich. I will e in the 8 th grde t Bllrd School next yer. I like hnging out nd texting with my friends nd my oyfriend. I m ctive in sketll, softll, cheerleding, Qui Bowl, nd 4-H. I lso like cmping, hunting, fishing, nd rising nd showing met gots. For rffle tickets, plese cll (660) Writer Bud Myers undergoes surgery I wnted to strt off, y the thnking the good Lord up ove for directing the skilled hnds nd minds, of the medicl professionls t the Btes County Memoril Hospitl. My fther, Bud Myers whom regulrly writes this rticle, hs under gone nother knee replcement nd hs done mesurly etter this time round. He hd surgery My 26 nd ppers to e looking well enough to come home soon. Thnk you ll. My wife nd I, re t this very moment, witing the rrivl of our 11th grndchild. Our dughter Trish Ferguson, her husnd Wlly, nd son Hunter, re t this very moment in time (1st of June PM), looking forwrd to meeting nd welcoming their new son nd rother Brodie into the world. My wife Lis hs een with them ll since 1 p.m. tody. I unfortuntely, ws unle to ttend, due to prior ppointments. Some good friends of ours re going through some trying times right now. They hve two grndchildren tht re not well nd will need medicl cre very soon, if not lredy. Kristin My s little oy, Brndon; nd Crystl nd Aron Rich s oy, Hyden oth need re pryers t this time. Our der friend, Kim McLees, enjoyed hving her mother nd fther visit with her over Memoril weekend. They enjoyed very tsty recue nd fishing, not to mention little trget prctice. Her prents cme up from Grny, Mo. Lis nd I enjoyed trip down to Fort Smith, Ark. We went down to spend time with her fmily for few dys. The drive through the Boston Mountins ws eutiful, s lwys. My son Kevin nd his precious little girl cme to visit us Sturdy evening nd introduced us to Morgn s new puppy Dej. To wtch my grnddughter pull tht little puppy round the front yrd nd vice vers ws sight to ehold. Needless to sy, they oth kept Kevin usy. Trish, Wlly, nd Hunter lso cme to visit Sturdy nd hve recue t the home of Bink nd Lis Myers. All hd good time. Unfortuntely, I ws unle to ttend my clss reunion gin this yer. It ws good to see the picture of the ones tht were le to ttend, in the News Xpress. Some I hven t seen for over 35 yers nd fortuntely, I get to run into some of them from time to time. I wish them ll well. My younger rother, Chip nd his fmily, cme out to spend the evening with my mother lst Wednesdy. They were there for her, to visit nd to lend helping hnd while Dd is in the hospitl. Thnk you guys. My y sister Kthy nd her son Dude cme down from Hrrisonville to check in on Dd/Grndp Mondy fternoon. They hd dinner with Joyce in the cfeteri t BCMH. I m sure Dd ws hppy to see them ll. In closing, I would like to sy few words out the Vried gend for city council rect. She informed council she would e resigning in August. The Council ppointed Donn Cummings to e the new City Clerk. Myor Ry Cummings sid if wether permitted rod re- Michele Hinkle No Photo Aville or (660) Good luck to the other contestnts nd thnk you for your support! Queen Cndidtes Michel Hinkle Michel Hinkle is the 15-yer-old Dughter of Mike nd Amy Hinkle of Clevelnd, Mo. Michel hs two rothers, Grrett, 17 nd Bodee, 6. She is n ctive memer of the First Bptist Church of Clevelnd. She is involved in 4-H where she hs chieved mny titles including verge chmpion nd reserve chmpion in running nd performnce since she ws 8-yers-old. Michel is lso memer of competitive sketll tem, Knss Elite. This yer Michel ws freshmn t Midwy High School where she plyed on the vrsity sketll tem. Michel hs mny other wrds recogniing her riding ility including 2003 nd 2004 MBRA ll round chmpion, she lso hs MKYRA finls verge uckles for rrels nd poles. For dmission or rffle ticket informtion, plese cll (816) New Drug Court, we hve just recently cquired in Btes County. I see this s gret helping hnd for our community. For those of you tht do not know wnt gret sset this cn nd will e, plese tke the time to educte yourself out it. You will e plesntly nd positively surprised. It is gretly needed nd will e shining light for mny! We invite ll to join us in worship, every Sundy t 11.m. t the Virgini Mission 8 miles west on Butler, on 52, to V Highwy, then 500 feet south on V hwy to the entrnce on west side of rod. All re welcome! We hve een hving mjor prolems with our computer. I will hve to write my column nd fx it in like I used to. We ttended the Amsterdm City Council meeting lst night. They hd much to pln. The community center reported 13 meetings nd three were rentls. They mde motion tht people must contct Rlph Smith, the Community Center cretker, if they wnt to use picnic tles t center. If he cnnot e contct they must cll the city clerk. The sewer report: Wes Neider reported the price for sewer pump is $1,750 for the city to uy extrs. They decided to hve Slim Jim to tlk to Wes out going to Hnes Equipment nd lerning how to reuild them. The Fire deprtment reported one medicl cll. Fire Chief Gry Perrymn wnted to thnk the mny tht hve pid their fire protection dues. i wnt to thnk Grry nd the rest of the deprtment for putting so much time nd work in for us ll. Jne Lne did good jo of mking sure the council did the mking of motions corpirs would e performed this week. Slim Jim would help him. They lso decided to hve Slim Jim work on digging out the ditches. I did not her who they decided to hve clen dirt off of Min Street efore rod Cheyenne Ptrick Kourtney Lesmeister Kourtney Lesmeister Hi, I m Kourtney Lesmeister, the dughter of Rond Grnt of Butler, Mo. I hve rother in the U.S. Army, sttioned in Kosov, nd n identicl twin sister, tht is current Butler Rodeo Queen. I just grduted from Butler High School nd will e entering in the United Sttes Army in August 2009 for creer s rdiology tech. I currently work on horse frm. I hve two horses of my own, nmed Tnk nd Buddy, who I relly enjoy riding. For the lst two yers I hve prticipted in the opening nd closing flg ceremonies t the Butler Sddle Clu Rodeo. I m lso memer of the Butler Sddle Clu. My hoies re riding horses, including tril rides nd rrel rces, swimming, riding 4-wheelers, nd spending time with fmily nd friends. Your support would e gretly pprecited. For dmission or rffle ticket informtion, plese cll (660) work is done. JD Atkin, council memer, volunteered to pick up trsh t prk or find community service workers to do the jo. He checked with wter ord out fire hydrnts. They sid it is city s responsiility. JD lso checked culverts nd they decided to strt working on lrger ones tht re sinking in. This Sturdy, June 6 t 5 p.m. there will e enefit dinner t the Foster Community Center for Jennie (Hess) Gillette who is ttling cervicl cncer. They will e serving choice of risket, turkey or hm, ked ens, cheesy pottoes, chips, dessert nd drink, ll for $7 nd kids under 12, $5. They lso re hving silent uction, 50/50 nd rffle. sounds like fun night. We hve een out of town lot. Jeff s gret grndp is not doing well so we hve een going to see him up in Plmyr, Mo. Summer school strted yesterdy. The kids re hving fun lredy. I herd kid s cn still go. I m not certin on tht though. I hope everyone hs good week. ADK gift sket for y The Btes County Alph Dekt Kpp (ADK) techers sorority presented gift sket to Hume s Title I techer Amnd Querry whose y, Tryn Bridley, ws the first y orn in n ADK memer school district in this clendr yer. The young miss ws orn Mrch 17 nd weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces. Presenting the giftsket re ADK memers Becky Loftin (left) nd Crol Brtlett. This is the third yer for the gift sket project nd the second yer tht Hume techer hs received sket. Photo courtesy of Judy Dniel.
11 From left: Mrjorie Sturgeon Currence, Myl Lockrd Bell, Helen Engelhrdt Hill, Winnie Roertson, Luell Duvll, Jsper Vrns, Betty Lyle Noe, Tommy Tucker, Virgini Jundy Murry, Twylh Stokeley. Not present for photo, Hel Jones. Sumitted. BHS grds of 1939 rememer school dys The Butler High School Clss of 1939 met for its 70th reunion t the Flming Lntern resturnt My 23 for lunch t noon. The nquet room ws tstefully decorted in the clss colors of green nd white continers of flowers on the tles. There were 27 present. As the youngest in the clss of 39 ws 87 yers of ge, the group included spouses, children nd cregivers. The clss ws honored to hve one of its former techers present, Louell Duvll. She ws the vocl music techer in 1939 when Mr. Overholt resigned t the end of the first semester, Louell lso ecme director of the nd nd orchestr. Yes, BHS did hve n orchestr then. After the group ws welcomed y Helen Engelhrdt Hill nd Jsper Vrns, Louell led the group in singing School Dys. A few moments of pryer were held for the clssmtes we hd lost in deth recently Ruth Miller Bouchrd, Lucille Spers Mlltt, Dorothy Griffin Hurt, Mrth Rogers Grechus, Jimmy Duvll, John L. Browning, Ruy Ernsrger Downey nd Evelyn Gough Oehring. Communictions were cknowledged y letter or phone from Billy Tomlin, Kenneth Monroe, Mrguerite Rood Kepes, Russ nd Jo Agnes Werner, nd Lieut. Col. Wilur Trcy. Due to physicl helth conditions they were unle to ttend. Before nd fter lunch there ws much visiting nd picture tking y children of the clssmtes. Helen Hill closed the reunion y quoting the following poem: Tis the humn touch in this world tht counts The touch of your hnd nd mine Tht mens fr more thn shelter or red or wine For shelter is gone when the night is o er And red lsts only dy But the touch of your hnd nd the sound of your voice will live on forever, softly rething Forget-me-not. The following people were present: Winnie Roertson, wife of Frnk Roertson, principl nd mth techer in 1939; Louell Duvll, music techer in 39, Clss of 1939 residing in the Butler re: Jsper Vrns nd wife Helen, Tommy Tucker nd dughter Mrn, Hel Jones, Virgini Jundy Murry nd husnd Bill, Helen Engelhrdt Hill; Betty Lyle Noe nd dughter Nncy, Twylh Stokely Mnser, husnd Lynville, nd dughter Vickie, Myl Lockrd Bell ll from Independence nd Mrjorie Sturgeon Currence nd son Gry from Knss City. Invited guests from the Clss of 38 were s follows: Mel nd Jenie Stephens, Louise Edrington Rmsey, ll of Butler, Norene Wilson Snyder nd husnd ill of illings, Mont., Chuck nd Lucille Hinson of Rogers, Ark. Clss of 40: Ilene Herrell Miller Invited guests were Leth Clrk, widow of clssmte don Clrk nd Vi Smith, widow of clssmte Cecil Smith. It ws delightful 70th BHS reunion--one to e fondly rememered. Reported. Mimi R-1 Junior-Senior High School 4th qurter nd 2nd semester honor roll 2ND SEMESTER STRAIGHT A 12th Grde: Jordyn Ewnk. 10th Grde: Brndon Clhn, Brdy Muller. 9th Grde: Jenn Slttery. A HONOR ROLL 12th Grde: Dnielle Fink, Smnth Fink, April Hocker, Annie Knight. 11th Grde: Kssie Lee, Brittny Lunde, Drren Pippin, Brndy White. 10th Grde: Dee Dee Hutchinson, Hether Reinke. 9th Grde: Sm Crdens, Shely Coe, Alex Hollon, Emily Nieder, Vincent Wilson. 7th Grde: Crystl Routen. B HONOR ROLL 12th Grde: Lucs Addlemn, Austin Bridges, Shron Dy, Jordn Leister, Dkot Mooney, Coly Nieder, Dkoth Seymour. 11th Grde: Colten Booth, Whitney Gregory, Grrett Gutshll, Jke Johnston, Miles Nieder, Megn Sterling, Kelly Zimmermn. 10th Grde: Tom Brry, Aryn Cumpton, Nte Driver, Dyln Fink, Ryn Good, Jeff Hrper, Jossie Hoffmn. 9th Grde: Lynnlee Brton, Bylen Cmeron, Chelse Corin, Leci Hll, Sm Hrris, Jko Lee, Devon Lunde, Tim Powell. 8th Grde: Jeremy Clhn, Reyo Gerlemn, Ay Johnston, Somer Leister, Austin Muller. 7th Grde: Mkyl Fuqu, Dyln Good, Mkyln Gutshll, Liney Hrper, Jessic Smith. 4TH QUARTER STRAIGHT A 12th Grde: Jordyn Ewnk, Dnielle Fink. 11th Grde: Kssie Lee. 10th Grde: Brndon Clhn, Brdy Muller. A HONOR ROLL 12th Grde: Smnth Fink, April Hocker, Annie Knight, Jordn Leister. 11th Grde: Brittny Lunde, Brndy White. 10th Grde: Tom Brry, Nte Driver, Ryn Good, Dee Dee Hutchinson, Hether Reinke. 9th Grde: Lynnlee Brton, Sm Crdens, Shely Coe, Chelse Corin, Devon Lunde, Emily Nieder, Jenn Slttery, Vincent Wilson. 8th Grde: Jeremy Clhn, Ay Johnston, Somer Leister. 7th Grde: Crystl Routen. B HONOR ROLL 12th Grde: Shron Dy, Dkot Mooney, Coly Nieder, Kyle Wllce. 11th Grde: Colten Booth, Whitney Gregory, Drren Pippin, Ryn Slttery, Megn Sterling, Kelly Zimmermn. 10th Grde: Dyln Finnk, Jeff Hrper, Jossie Hoffmn. 9th Grde: Stephen Brintnll, Leci Hll, Sm Hrris, Tim Powell, Ashley Willrd. 8th Grde: Reyo Gerlemn, Austin Muller. 7th Grde: Mkyl Fuqu, Dyln Good, Liney Hrper, Jessic Smith. Court news... News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, Anniversries... 60th nniversry for the Gregorys The children nd grndchildren of Jck nd Violet Gregory re proud to nnounce their 60th wedding nniversry. A crd shower in their honor would e pprecited. Address: Route 1, Amsterdm, Mo Middletons celerte 40th nniversry Boone nd Kren Middleton celerted 40 yers of mrrige Sundy, My 31 t the Golden Avenue Bptist Church in Springfield, Mo., where Boone is pstor. The couple ws mrried in the First Bptist Church y the ride s fther, Rev. Joe Wix of Butler. They re pictured relxing t the reception Sundy in their honor. Sumitted. Winner of Luthern quilt Lind Thornton of Mound City, Kn., n employee of KCP&L ws the lucky recipient of the quilt rffle from St. Mtthew Luthern Church of Butler. Brry Fischer is shown presenting the quilt to Thornton. Sumitted. Quilt winner Roert Dixon of Butler ws the lucky winner of the rffle of the Fmily Tree quilt mde y the Quilting Angels of Butler. All proceeds help purchse supplies for the quilts nd lnkets tht re donted to Hertlnd Hospice. Judy Fullerton, president of the Quilting Angels, mde the presenttion. Stff photo. ATTENTION Btes Co. PWSD #1 customers CCR (Consumer Confidence Report) is now ville upon request. Also on disply t: PWSD District Office t 17 W. Ohio, Butler Pulic Lirry nd Btes Co. Courthouse ASSOCIATE DIVISION COURT Der Hopkins, Judge Becky Ro, Clerk Trffic & Smll Clims Jen Gllowy My 18-29, 2009 Stte vs. Stte vs. Alix E. Millou, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $ written guilty ple. Jmes A. Miles, overweight, $ written guilty ple. Jco A. Miller, littering, fined $22.50 nd $77.50 costs. Crystl D. Murphy, I-speeding; II-fil to fsten setelt, guilty ple, fined $83.50 nd $66.50 costs. Jrrod B. Oconnor, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $ written guilty ple. Sturt B. Prsons, I- speeding; II-fil to fsten setelt, $200 written guilty ple. Jred D. Pte, I-fil to equip vehicle with horn; II-fil to fsten setelt, $200 written guilty ple.; II-dismissed Frederick L. Pfeiffer, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $190 written guilty ple. Johnthon J. Rmsey, I-C & I; II-fil to fsten setelt, guilty ple, fined $ nd $66.50 costs. Kttie R Reece, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $100 written guilty ple. Jeremy L. Reno, fil to disply pltes, $90 written guilty ple. Christopher L. Roinson, DWR, guilty ple, fined $300 nd $66.50 costs; sentenced to 30 dys (SES) nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions serve 48 hours shock nd py $70 ord ill Ronld D. Rorie, speeding, $90 written guilty ple. Teres C. Rowlette, speeding, $190 written guilty ple. Tyler W. Ryser, I-speeding; IIfil to fsten setelt, $120 written guilty ple. McKenn M. Stks, speeding, $190 written guilty ple. Dennis M. Schrpen, speeding, $150 written guilty ple. Gregory D. Short, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $210 written guilty ple. Michel G. Spiegel, speeding, $150 written guilty ple. Amnd R. Storm, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $ written guilty ple. Nellie B. G. Thompson, speeding, $190 written guilty ple. Deorh I. Trotter, fil to disply pltes, $90 written guilty ple. Lyl J. Trotter, fil to register, $90 written guilty ple. Trcey L. Trout, speeding, $190 written guilty ple. Benny R. Vlentine, speeding, $150 written guilty ple. Hether Vnwinkle, pssing d checks, guilty ple, fined $250, $ costs, $10 CVC, sentenced to 60 dys (SES) nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions no checking ccount during protion nd to mke restitution Kelly M. Wrehm, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $160 written guilty ple. Tr L. We, I-speeding; II-fil to fsten setelt, $200 written guilty ple. Brittny A. Willims, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Joseph L. Wooster, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Michelle M. Wrm, I-fil to equip vehicle with horn; II-fil to fsten setelt, $180 written guilty ple. Jmes L. Addlemn, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $170 written guilty ple. Leslie C. Akers, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $ written guilty ple. Lol L. Anderson, speeding, $150 written guilty ple. Ernest L. Angle, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $130 written guilty ple. Steven L. Arnold, I- speeding; II-fil to fsten setelt, $160 written guilty ple. Jmes G. Bker, fil to register, $90 written guilty ple. Zckery W. Bse, vision reducing mteril, $80 written guilty ple. Bryn T. Bss, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Chrles w. Buer II, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $175 written guilty ple. Jck D. Bergeron, prked in prohiited re, $200 written guilty ple. Jennifer N. Blomquist, pssing d checks, guilty ple, given SIS nd plced on protion 1 yer on conditions py $ nd $10 CVC. Jeffrie A. Bross, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $246 written guilty ple. Roert B. Brumley, fil to fsten setelt, $10 written guilty ple. George P. Buhlinger, pssing d checks, guilty ple, sentenced to 6 months (SES) nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions perform 40 hours community service, py $10 CVC nd $ costs. Drel G. Bullock, speeding, $150 written guilty ple. Richrd K. Burch, pursuing/tking wildlife illeglly, guilty ple, given SIS nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions py $77.50 costs nd hunting privilege is revoked during protion. Steven J. Cmpell, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $150 written guilty ple. Andrew D. Cholick, fil to stop for stop sign, $100 written guilty ple. Smnth R. Cote, fil to fsten setelt, $10 written guilty ple. Alysi N. Cotes, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $200 written guilty ple. Dn P. Conger, fil to disply pltes, $90 written guilty ple. Leidys A. Cordo, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $ written guilty ple. Terry L. Corrie, C & I, guilty ple, fined $250 nd $66.50 costs. Terry L. Corrie, DWI, guilty ple, fined $395.50, $10 CVC, $98 MSHP, sentenced to 6 months (SES) nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions ttend VIP nd SATOP, serve 5 dys shock, py ord ill of $175 Merle E. Courtney, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $150 written guilty ple. Mrsh F. Crig, I-fil to equip vehicle with horn; II-fil to fsten setelt, guilty ple, fined $ nd $66.50 costs. Mrsh F. Crig, DWI, guilty ple, given SIS nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions serve 2 dys shock, perform 40 hours community service, ttend VIP nd SATOP, py $10 CVC, $98 MSHP, ord ill of $70 nd $ costs. Cindy Dhmn, I, II-pssing d checks, guilty ple, sentenced to 10 dys, credit for time served, mke restitution nd costs re wived; Cynthi K. Dhmn, DWR, guilty ple, sentenced to 10 dys, credit for time served nd costs re wived. Sony C. Dvenport, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $150 written guilty ple. Lvoe R. Dvis, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Nd D. Dvis, speeding, $110 written guilty ple. Stephnie D. Dvis, prked in prohiited re, $ written guilty ple. Lillin K. Detienne, speeding, $190 written guilty ple. Amy M. Di, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $80 written guilty ple. Cmeron M. Ditch, fil to drive on right hlf, $500 written guilty ple. Cssndr J. Doody, fil to equip vehicle with horn, $200 written guilty ple. Ashley K. Drke, speeding, $100 written guilty ple. Chrles F. Driskell, no vlid license, guilty ple, fined $ nd $66.50 costs. Nichols G. Dunhm, fil to fsten setelt, $10 written guilty ple. Shne E. Fink, DWI, guilty ple, given SIS nd plced on protion 2 yers on conditions ttend VIP nd SATOP, py $10 CVC nd $ costs. BCMH retiree Btes County Memoril Hospitl honored Eline Hellwig with retirement gift nd frewell fter 27 yers of employment with the hospitl. She egn her employment in My 1982 s n Admissions Clerk, then trnsferred to the Ptient Accounts Deprtment working s Ptient Representtive. Co-workers sy they will miss her s they wished the est s she enjoys retirement. BCMH photo.
12 12 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE S SALE For defult in pyment of the det nd performnce of the oligtions secured y the deed of trust executed y Dusten Hll nd Brr Hll, husnd nd wife, grntors, dted June 11, 2004 nd recorded on June 28, 2004 in Book 818 t Pge 139 in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri, the undersigned successor Trustee will t the request of the holder of sid det on Wednesdy, June 10, 2009 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., commencing t 11:30.m., t the Est Front Door of the Btes County Court House, One North Delwre, in Butler, Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to the highest idder for csh the rel property descried in sid deed of trust, to-wit: A PART OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 40 NORTH, RANGE 31 WEST OF THE 5TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN BOUNDED AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT FEET EAST AND FEET SOUTH OF THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 15, WHICH POINT IS ON THE EAST LINE OF NORTH HAVANNAH STREET AS EXTENDED IN THE CITY OF BUTLER, MISSOURI, RUNNING THENCE SOUTH FEET, THENCE EAST FEET, THENCE NORTH FEET, THENCE WEST FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, ALL IN THE CITY OF BUTLER, BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI. to stisfy sid det nd costs. This is n ttempt to collect det nd ny informtion otined will e used for tht purpose. Leon G. Kusnetky, Professionl Corportion Successor Trustee Telephone (816) TRUSTEE S SALE IN RE: Json Wde Derry nd Stephnie Gil Derry, Husnd nd Wife Trustee s Sle: For defult in pyment of det nd performnce of oligtion secured y Deed of Trust executed y Json Wde Derry nd Stephnie Gil Derry, Husnd nd Wife dted Decemer 8, 2005 nd recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in Book 850, Pge 193 the undersigned Successor Trustee, t the request of the legl holder of sid Note will on Thursdy, June 18, 2009 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t the specific time of 11:25 AM), t the Est Front Door of the Court House, City of Butler, County of Btes, Stte of Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to the highest idder for csh the following descried rel estte, descried in sid Deed of Trust, nd situted in Btes County, Stte of Missouri, to wit: A TRACT OF LAND DESCRIBED AS BEGINNING 56 RODS WEST OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 22, TOWNSHIP 40, RANGE 31, AND RUNNING THENCE WEST 6 RODS, THENCE NORTH 10 RODS, THENCE EAST 6 RODS, THENCE SOUTH 10 RODS, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING, EXCEPT THAT PORTION OFF THE SOUTH SIDE THEROF [THEREOF] NOW USED FOR STREET PURPOSES AND BEING IN THE CITY OF BUTLER, BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI to stisfy sid det nd cost. MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., Successor Trustee 612 Spirit Drive St. Louis, MO (636) File No: FC NOTICE Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection Prctices Act, 15 U.S.C. 1692c(), no informtion concerning the collection of this det my e given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the det collector or the express permission of court of competent jurisdiction. The det collector is ttempting to collect det nd ny informtion otined will e used for tht purpose. PUBLISH ON: My 22, /29/2009, 06/05/2009, 06/12/ TRUSTEE S SALE IN RE: Jeremy W. Welcher nd Jenny S. Welcher, Husnd nd Wife Trustee s Sle: For defult in pyment of det nd performnce of oligtion secured y Deed of Trust executed y Jeremy W. Welcher nd Jenny S. Welcher, Husnd nd Wife dted Mrch 28, 2005 nd recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in Book 835, Pge 189 the undersigned Successor Trustee, t the request of the legl holder of sid Note will on Thursdy, June 18, 2009 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t the specific time of 11:25 AM), t the Est Front Door of the Court House, City of Butler, County of Btes, Stte of Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to Judge (s) the highest idder for csh the following 22-4 descried rel estte, descried in sid Deed of Trust, nd situted in Btes TRUSTEE S SALE County, Stte of Missouri, to wit: THE EAST 125 FEET OF LOT IN RE: Michel S. Tlley 4, BLOCK 2, THE ORIGINAL nd Crol L. Tlley, TOWN OF STUART CITY, NOW Husnd nd Wife Trustee s Sle: DREXEL, BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI. For defult in pyment of det nd to stisfy sid det nd cost. performnce of oligtion secured y Deed of Trust executed y Michel S. MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., Tlley nd Crol L. Tlley, Husnd nd Successor Trustee Wife dted Novemer 26, 2001 nd 612 Spirit Drive recorded in the Office of the Recorder St. Louis, MO of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in (636) Book 762, Pge 40 the undersigned File No: FC Successor Trustee, t the request of the legl holder of sid Note will on NOTICE Thursdy, June 25, 2009 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection the specific time of 11:25 AM), t the Prctices Act, 15 U.S.C. 1692c(), no Est Front Door of the Court House, informtion concerning the collection of City of Butler, County of Btes, Stte this det my e given without the prior of Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to the consent of the consumer given directly highest idder for csh the following to the det collector or the express descried rel estte, descried in sid permission of court of competent Deed of Trust, nd situted in Btes jurisdiction. The det collector is County, Stte of Missouri, to wit: ttempting to collect det nd ny THE SOUTH FEET informtion otined will e used for OF THE NOTH [NORTH] tht purpose FEET OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF PUBLISH ON: My 22, 2009 THE NORTHEAST QUARTER 05/29/2009, 06/05/2009, 06/12/2009 OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 42 NORTH, RANGE 31 WEST 21-4 OF THE 5TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN IN BATES COUNTY, TRUSTEE S SALE MISSOURI EXCEPT THAT PART IN PUBLIC ROAD, ALSO, IN RE: Phillip Lucero, single, THE NORTHEAST QUARTER nd Crickett Clrk, single OF THE NORTHEAST Trustee s Sle: QUARTER OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 42 NORTH, For defult in pyment of det nd RANGE 31 WEST OF THE performnce of oligtion secured 5TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN IN y Deed of Trust executed y Phillip BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI, Lucero, single, nd Crickett Clrk, EXCEPT THE NORTH single dted Mrch 7, 2007 nd FEET THEREOF, EXCEPT recorded in the Office of the Recorder THAT PART IN PUBLIC ROADS. of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS, Book 876, Pge 14 the undersigned R E S T R I C T I O N S, Trustee, t the request of the legl RESERVATIONS AND holder of sid Note will on Thursdy, COVENANTS NOW OF June 25, 2009 etween the hours of RECORD, IF ANY, BATES 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t the specific COUNTY, MISSOURI. time of 11:25 AM), t the Est Front to stisfy sid det nd cost. Door of the Court House, City of Butler, County of Btes, Stte of Missouri, sell MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., t pulic vendue to the highest idder Successor Trustee for csh the following descried rel 612 Spirit Drive estte, descried in sid Deed of Trust, St. Louis, MO nd situted in Btes County, Stte of (636) Missouri, to wit: File No: FC THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED REAL ESTATE IN THE NOTICE COUNTY OF BATES STATE OF MISSOURI TO WIT: ALL Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection OF LOT 3 AND THE EAST 15 Prctices Act, 15 U.S.C. 1692c(), no FEET OF LOT 4 IN BLOCK 66 informtion concerning the collection of ON THE ORIGINAL TOWN OF this det my e given without the prior RICH HILL BATES COUNTY consent of the consumer given directly MISSOURI. to the det collector or the express to stisfy sid det nd cost. permission of court of competent jurisdiction. The det collector is MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., ttempting to collect det nd ny Trustee informtion otined will e used for 612 Spirit Drive tht purpose. St. Louis, MO (636) PUBLISH ON: My 29, 2009 File No: FC 06/05/2009, 06/12/2009, 06/19/2009 NOTICE Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection Prctices Act, 15 U.S.C. 1692c(), no informtion concerning the collection of this det my e given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the det collector or the express permission of court of competent jurisdiction. The det collector is ttempting to collect det nd ny informtion otined will e used for tht purpose. PUBLISH ON: My 29, /05/2009, 06/12/2009, 06/19/ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI JUVENILE DIVISION AT BUTLER 22-4 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI BARBARA A. FASSLER, MARY L. STEINSHOUER, ELIZABETH A. LOGAN, nd AUGUST R. FASSLER, Plintiffs vs. RUTH MAUS nd JOHNNY FASSLER, Defendnts. Cse No. 08BS-CC00027 NOTICE OF SALE IN PARTITION TAKE NOTICE THAT on June 29, 2009, t 1:00 P.M., on the order of In The Mtter Of: the Honorle Jmes Journey, Circuit JUSTICE MICHAEL CARPENTER, Judge of Btes County, Missouri, the d.o.. 04/07/2000 s.s.n. sheriff of Btes County, Missouri, will mle minor child sell to the highest idder, for 10% in csh, certified funds, or wire trnsfer HEATHER L. CRUZ, on the dte of sle, with the lnce to Petitioner, e pid in csh, certified funds, or wire vs. trnsfer within thirty dys therefter, STEPHEN A. CURTER, SR. rel property descried s: d.o.. 06/03/1977 The Southest Qurter of Respondent. Section 11, in Township 40 of Rnge 31, Btes County, Cse No. 09BS-JU00016 Missouri Sid sle shll tke plce nd e ORDER FOR conducted t the Est front door of the SERVICE BY PUBLICATION Btes County Court House in Butler, Missouri. Before the Court on this 22nd dy of My, 2009 is Petitioner s Motion For Dte: My 26, 2009 Service By Puliction nd Relted Affidvit. Chd Anderson, Sheriff Upon considertion of sid Motion For Service By Puliction nd Relted 22-4 Affidvit, the Court herey grnts sid Motion... nd Orders tht the following NOTICE OF TRUSTEE S SALE notice e given to the Respondent, Stephen A. Curtner, Sr., y puliction For defult in the pyment of ccording to the provisions of S.Ct. R. det nd performnce of oligtions c). secured y tht Deed of Trust executed THE STATE OF MISSOURI TO: y Thoms L. nd Jckie Bridges, STEPHEN A. CURTNER, s Grntor(s), dted April 13, 1998 You re herey notified tht recorded April 16, 1998, s Book 707, Petition To Terminte Prentl Rights Pge 20 in the Office of the Recorder hs een commenced ginst you y of Deeds for Btes County t Butler, Petitioner, Hether L. Cru, in the Circuit Missouri the undersigned Successor Court of Btes County, Missouri s Trustee will on June 23, 2009 etween prt of Cse Numer 09BS-JU00016, the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m. (t in which cse you re the prty the exct time of 1:00 p.m.) t the Est Respondent, where the oject of sid Door of the Btes County Courthouse t Petition To Terminte Prentl Rights Butler, Missouri sell t pulic vendue to is to terminte whtever prentl rights the highest idder for csh the following you my hve with respect to son of property: which you re the lleged iologicl The West Hlf of Block 11, in fther nd the Petitioner, Hether L. Louis F. Pge s Addition to the Cru, is the iologicl mother. City of Adrin, Btes County, Hether L. Cru is represented Missouri y: Richrd A. Koehler, 205 No. Min, Known nd numered s: 107 P.O. Box 416, Butler, MO 64730Elgin Street Adrin, MO 64720, 0416, whose telephone numer is: to stisfy sid det nd costs nd whose fcsimile Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection numer is Prctices Act, 15 USC Section You re further notified tht unless 1692c(), no informtion concerning you file n nswer or other responsive the collection of this det my e pleding or shll otherwise pper nd given without the prior consent of the defend ginst foresid Petition To consumer given directly to the det Terminte Prentl Rights within Forty- collector or the express permission of five (45) Dys fter the first puliction court of competent jurisdiction. The dte of My 29, 2009, judgment y det collector is ttempting to collect defult will e rendered ginst you. det nd ny informtion otined will For ny nswer or other responsive e used for tht purpose. pleding which you file, you should serve copy of the sme upon G&A Trustee Services, LLC Petitioner s ttorney, Mr. Koehler. Michel A. Gould, President It is further ordered tht copy hereof e pulished ccording to lw for four consecutive weeks in newspper 22-4 of generl circultion in Btes County, Missouri. CONTINUED TO PAGE 14 PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY DISTRICT #6 Customers my see 2008 CCR posted t Btes County Courthouse, Butler Pulic Lirry nd Wter Office W. Ohio, Butler, MO Keep the re s rich heritge live--join nd support the Btes County Historicl Society!
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Amsterdm Cfe, Amsterdm,,Mo NOW HIRING:Compnies despertely need employees to ssemle products t home. No selling, ny hours, $500 weekly potentil. Info dept. MO eow3 BUTLER R-5 SCHOOLS:Is seeking full time custodin. The position pys $10.49 per hour with enefits. The position is dy time position in the summer months nd shifts to night custodin during the school yer. Interested pplicnts should come y the superintendent s office to fill out n ppliction. All pplicnts must e le to pss ckground check. Butler R-V Schools is n Equl Opportunity Employer. West Centrl Missouri Community Action Agency is now ccepting pplictions for the position of Dt Specilist t the Centrl Office in Appleton City. Responsile for, ut not limited to, dt entry nd other generl office duties s required. Applicnts must hve good orgnitionl, communiction nd computer skills. A high school diplom or GED is required. Benefit pckge includes helth, dentl, life nd retirement. Plese send ppliction or resume to West Centrl MO CAA Hed Strt, PO Box 125, Appleton City, MO 64724, or pply online t E.O.E. DRIVERS: Compny & owner/ops w/ Trctor! Home Dily! 350 mile rdius! Co: Pd Vction, Insurnce Avil. CDL-A 2 yrs Exp. S&H Trnsport. Wes: ATTENTION RN S:Adrin Mnor Helth & Rehilittion Center seeks prt-time RN for every other weekend dy shift. Competitive weekend wges nd plesnt work environment. Apply online t www. drinmnor.com or come y nd pply using our online ppliction process. 402 W. 1st, Adrin, MO EOE 33 MISSOURI NATIONAL GUARD: Looking for qulified pplicnts - Helth insurnce, monthly py nd much more. Contct SFC Nthn Russell HELP WANTED:Bookkeeper position. Knowledgele in dt entry, pyroll, inventory, month end reports, etc. Flexile hours. Send resume to PO Box 504, Butler, MO ENERGETIC AND HARD WORK- ING TEACHER: Looking for summer work. Willing to do lmost nything. Cll PART TIME FARM HELP NEEDED: 5 to 10 hours week, must hve cr, $7 n hour, must e dependle (5) Business & Finncil Anouncements, Opportunities, Finncil Services, Insurnce, Lons & Investments SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY: Clim denied? Free consulttion. No fee until you get pid. BTS Group, Inc. specilies in ppels nd herings. Red the testimonils t www. tsgroupinc.com, SPECIAL OF THE WEEK: Strwerry Pie t Te & Thee Te Room, West Side of the Historic Butler Squre. NOTICE OF BIDS:The City of Mound City is tking ids on the following Chip/Sel Equipment s totl pckge: ETNY Chip Spreder, Model U372 Hydrulic sphlt heter, Pull ehind semi triler tnk, 65,000 gllons white oiler truck, model 84A06 cst iron oil tnk 3000 gllons, Little Gint hydrulic chip sel room 6.5 ft, model , pull ehind 9 wheel roller, Bomg - Hot Ptch Pete, pull ehind triler, Wisconsin Roin 10 hp motor, Ferguson self propelled 9 wheel roller, diesel, hydrosttic drive. All ids must e in y 3 June 2009 t 4 p.m. Mil ids to PO Box 332, Mound City, KS For more informtion cll CUSTOMER COMMENTS FROM TEA AND THEE: Highly recommended y Old Glory Flying Service. COMPUTERS FOR YOU: 29 E. Min, Adrin is hving drwing to win n Alph 400 Net Book Computer. Guess the numer of jelly ens, closest guess wins. Contest ends June 15th NOTICE:Protect wht you hve with insurnce from COOK INSUR- ANCE Agency, Inc Butler, Mo. MARJ S STATUARY:New supply, unique. Fountins, pumps, ging lls. Open 10.m. 71 Hwy, 3 miles North Adrin 1/8 Est &3wom (6) Animls & Services LIMOUSIN BULLS:Blcks nd Reds, Limousin femles red & open, Doule J Rnch, CORN FED BUFFALO OR ELK MEAT: Sold y pound, 1/4, 1/2 or whole, Also $50 or $75 undles. Cll for hours nd directions. Scott Frms, , Appleton City. REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS, 18 months old, low irth weight, very gentle BULLS FOR SALE: Angus Simmentl Sim/Angus, tested AMF free, redy to work. Cll or FOR SALE:Gots, frm rised, disese free, wormed, illys or wetters. Crossred or, & kiko. Met qulity. Jim Powers, NEED TO FIND LOVING FOREVER HOMES FOR MY CATS: They hve never een outdoors, ges nd colors vry, fun personlities, plese help FREE TO GOOD HOME: Prt Otter Hound, 6 weeks old FOR SALE:Silkies pups; lso Peke/ Yorkie pups; shots, wormed. Cll for info. $200 nego ENGLISH MASTIFF PUPPIES: AKC helth gurnteed, mles $650, femles $ BOER GOATS:Registered full lood uck, 10 months old, $200; percentge uck 5 months old, $ GOLDEN RETREIVER PUPS: AKC, excellent qulity, vet work done, $ AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD & ENG- LISH SETTER mix puppies, cute, friendly & frm rised $ RAT TERRIER PUPPIES FOR SALE: Shots, wormed, $ FREE KITTENS:All colors use litter ox, wormed, 6 weeks old nd redy to go LOST: 5 MONTH OLD PUPPY. In Butler re. Prt egle, prt oxer. White with rown fce nd ers. One rown spot on ech of his sides, one is shped like hert nd rown hind end. Hve 4 yer old little girl who would love to hve him ck JACK RUSSELL PUPS: UKC, est qulity, good selection. Also, excellent reeding stock $150 - $ (7) Frm & Grden FOR SALE:Bush Hog rotry cutters, loders nd ero turn estte lwn mowers. Schell City T&T, Schell City, Mo RED RIVER CRABGRASS: Germn Millet, Honeycom & Green Gre Supreme Sorghum/Sudn, Wrngler Bermud grss, Tiffny Teff, KY 31 Fescue, Now Stocking Round Ble Net Wrp, Poly & Sisl Twine, Kincid Seed Co., LLC, Jsper, MO. Dys , nights , cell FOR SALE: 18 horse Troy Bilt mowers, Pony & Bronco. 42 deck. J & E Enterprises FOR FLY CONTROL: Check Out Nutren Emerld Minerl with CTC fly control or Rglnd Fly Control Blocks with Ron. Fmily Center Frm & Home hs wht you need to keep the pests wy. 903 W. Fort Scott, Butler. 4eow20 IF YOU USE THE ANTIBIOTIC WANTED: Fescue to cut for seed. DRUG LEVAQUIN nd suffered or , tendon rupture, you my e entitled to compenstion. Cll Attorney Brin Welliver. 33 Chrles Johnson WANTED:Fescue seed to cut on hlf , CUSTOM BRUSH HOGGING: $13 n cre. 20 cre minimum. Custom ling, lrge round, smll squre. Butler re News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, ROW MM CORN PICKER: Needs restoring $100. Smll round ler loder $ HAY FOR SALE:Lrge round or smll squre les, cow or horse qulity. Also lflf & strw or JOHN DEERE 18 PULL TYPE WINDROWER: Excellent condition, field redy or FOR SALE:Used prts, for trctors, comines nd other frm mchinery. Austin Slvge, Butler, Mo Let phone ring severl times, plese! (8) Sles Auctions, Grge & Yrd Sles, Rummge Sles Duh...Hve you noticed your cost of shipping nd hndling on your purchse from tht ctlog? Shop loclly nd $ve! THE COMPUTER AISLE, New nd used computers nd lptops. Plus for your summer trips - New GPS units w/4.3 screen nd Text To Speech - $ W. Ohio, Butler, MO. 413 YARD SALE:105 S. Mechnic, June 5, 7:30.m. till? Alddin lmps, depression glss, y ed co-sleeper, microwve, new fx printer, kroke mchine, cnning jrs, y - teen - dult clothing, set of tndem sliding xle off triler truck, lots of misc. GARAGE SALE:Fri., St., June 5-6. Dishwsher, sm. TV, old quilt, dishes, mny pules, ooks, ntique utter churn, coc col items, lots misc. 608 W. Ohio, Butler. Rin or shine. GARAGE SALE:Fri., June 5, 8-7; St., June 6, E. Mple, Rich Hill. Lots of like new y & kids clothes, oy & girl, neworn - 3T, cr sets, household items, electric/+ gs dryers. Hrdin/Turner. ESTATE SALE:Of the lte Twil Finfrock. Amoret, Mo. 1 1/2 locks south on Brodwy. Furniture, dishes, ntiques, lots of knick kncks. June 6, 12, 13. 7:30-6 p.m. GARAGE SALE:3 fmilies, Bell & Aend. Fridy, June 5, 8-5; St., June 6, 8-noon. 122 N. Fyette, Rich Hill. GARAGE SALE:As you go on the Pssic to Spruce grge sle (My 30) drive over on 18-4 miles west of Bllrd or 8 1/2 miles est of Adrin to Annie s Cermics. Wtch for sign. Ann Lou Engelhrdt, GARAGE SALE:W. on 52 pprox. 5 miles from 71 Hwy. to Rod 5001 then No. 1 mile. Chiefs jcket, lmps, throw pillows, pttern glss, mgines, set of Christms cups, dishes, kerosene lmps & lntern, tins, tle cloths, nd mny knick kncks nd misc. June 5-6. HUGE 3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE: Refrigertor, ok tle & chir, tools, entertinment center, wood high chir, electric oxes, 24 pool complete except for liner, tiller, wheelchir, 3 wheeled wlker, fishing poles, lots of misc. Fridy & Sturdy, June 5 & 6, 8 to? 313 S. Chestnut, Appleton City. GARAGE SALE:Fri., June 5, 5-8; St., June 6, 7-3. Boy clothes 0-2T, misses nd men s clothes, toys, Blue Jen Teddy complete nursery set, home decor, furniture. 104 W. Wlnut, ehind Archie post office, Sutton. MOVING - HUGE GARAGE SALE: 3 fmilies. Lots of Southwest items. Something for everyody! June 3, 5-8 p.m.; June 4, 7:30.m. - 1:30 p.m. 901 South Prkview, Butler. GARAGE SALE:5 fmily. Plysttion & gmes, dresser, microwve, ike, sketll gol, house decor, nice kid s & dult clothes. Bus. 71 north to TT then turn right on divide, 2nd house left. Sme rod s rce trck. Fridy 8-1 & 3-6; St YARD SALE:Fri. & St., June 5 & 6, 8.m. -? t 221 S. Min, Butler. GARAGE SALE:Sturdy, June 6, 8.m. to 3 p.m. Girl clothes 3 months to 3T, toys, highchir, swings, cr set, ssinet, home decor, exercise eq., coke memorili, edding. 415 S. 14th St., Rich Hill. Wingte & White. GARAGE SALE:314 E. Vine, Rich Hill. St., June 6, 8.m. - 2 p.m. Hoveround MPV 5 electric chir still hs tgs $500, furniture, edding, th towels, kitchen misc., old trunk, enmel red ins, lots of misc. GARAGE SALE:At Ryourn Storge in Butler, Fridy, June 5, 8-5 nd Sturdy, June 6, Household & misc. Bus. 71 north. HUGE 2+ FAMILY GARAGE SALE: Children s clothes, some furnishings, cmping ger, portle c & mny other miscellneous items. 103 Rnch Drive, Butler. Thurs., 7.m. -? Fridy, 7.m. to? GARAGE SALE:June 5 & 6, 8-3. Clothes, furniture, tools, doors, something for everyone. 111 S. Brodwy. GARAGE SALE: 411 W. Mill, Butler. Thursdy & Fridy. Prk long Mple Street s to not lock Mill Street trffic. Lots of nice infnt girl clothes, 0-6 mo., never een worn. Girls clothes, sie 7-10, Teen girls sie 0-4, lots of Hollister & Americn Egle. women s & men s clothes. Digitl cmer, DVD plyer, computer, Sesonl decortions, some rnd new. Household, Home Decor, misc., power & hnd tools. Edgmon SALE: Antiques, collectiles, old clocks, rdios, grge sle items. June 5th & 6th, 518 Min, Mound City, KS. 3 BALLARD SALES: Est of Pssic on D nd BB. West of Bllrd on 18. Aout five sles. Wtch for signs. Sturdy, June 6. GARAGE SALE:1323 E. Wlnut, Rich Hill. June 4, 9-3; June 5, fmily sle, lots of nice stuff, good condition, don t miss it. Rin will postpone. GARAGE SALE: Fridy, June 5, 8-?, Sturdy, June 6, 8-? Kids clothes, toys, power wsher, household, Christms decor, from Adrin, est on 18 to KK, north on KK to 2nd grvel rod (14004) west to 2nd house on left. Tllmn. GARAGE SALE:1/2 mile E on 18 Hwy. cross from footll field Adrin, St., June 6. Clothes, electronics, W/D, furniture, dishes & more. (9) Rentls Homes, Business, Aprtments, etc. 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Nicely furnished or unfurnished, pool, free cle TV & HBO strting t $295 in Nevd FOR RENT:1 edroom pt. Archie Senior Housing. Elderly, disled or hndicpped my pply. Equl Housing Opportunity. This institution is n equl opportunity provider nd employer. EEOE 1wom 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT: Nicely furnished or unfurnished. Pool, rec room & lundry. Free cle/hbo, wter & trsh. Short leses ville. $150 security deposit. No pets! In Nevd. Strting t $ APPLICATION FOR ELDERLY: 2/3 drm units t Plesnton Housing Authority, 902 Plm, Plesnton, KS, , screening is required. 2&4eow FOR LEASE: Plce Office Building, up to 3600 sq. ft. office spce. North Est Corner Squre. Contct Julie Kyser-Vrns, Western MO Relty, FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom, 1 th prtment in Grden City. No pets, cll or FOR RENT: Very nice 3 edroom, 2 th house in Butler $595 deposit & references required APARTMENTS FOR RENT: Appleton City Senior Citiens Housing hs ttrctive nd spcious oneedroom prtments. Utilities re included (electricity t some). Cle is furnished. Lundry fcilities on site. Rent strting t $255. For ge 58 plus. For more informtion, cll EHO. 1&3wom FOR RENT: Nice 2 edroom prtment. $395 month, good loction. No pets, deposit & references required FOR RENT in Butler, 2 edroom, ch/c, wsher/dryer hookup. Close to squre. No pets, references required, $375 per month, w/$300 deposit. 105 E. Ft. Scott, FOR RENT: Rent to uy, 4 edroom country home on 1/2 cre lot, crport, 2 covered decks, 12 miles south of Butler, $795/month FOR RENT:2 drm in Butler, ch &, ville now. $385 mo plus $150 deposit WANTED TO RENT:Psture cres fenced with wter source FOR RENT:2 & 3 edroom houses, ville now FOR RENT:1 edroom sement prtment in country, no pets, Butler re. Aville July FOR RENT: Adrin duplex units, 2 edroom, 1 th, no smoking, no pets. $350 month. Must e employed nd hve 2 references BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH rentl property. Aville in Adrin, $375 month. Must e employed nd hve two references ADRIAN APARTMENT FOR RENT: Nice 2 edroom, 1 th room, new pplinces nd crpet, $400 month. Yrd work included, no smoking, no pets. Must e employed nd hve 2 references RENTING:Would you love to own home? But don t hve down pyment. Cll us to see if you qulify for ssistnce. Glory Relty FOR RENT: Commercil, office/ showroom with kitchen nd th. 901 Ornge, Butler or FOR RENT: Commercil office on usiness 71 in Butler, 301 N. Ornge $280 rent nd deposit or FOR RENT:Lrge uilding on N.E. Butler squre hs kitchen, th, ch/ c, 4250 sq ft, $550 rent nd dep FOR RENT: Upstirs 1 edroom prtment, ch/c, pplinces included $275 rent nd $275 deposit, no pets. 204 E. Dkot, Butler AVAILABLE FOR RENT:After June 15th, 3 drm, 3 th, 2 cr grge, 400 W. Pine, Butler. $695 rent, $695 dep. No pets, one yer lese L&L MINI STORAGE:Units ville strting t $
14 14 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 (10) Rel Estte For Sle ZERO DOWN PAYMENT: If you own your lnd. 0% interest construction lons nd esy finncing. Cll LOWWWWW DOWN PAYMENT: Silver Key lnd home finncing ville 2 1/2% down pyment. Cll for detils. Sve thousnds. Cll FOR SALE: 811 Acres grss, 445. in CRP, 3 homes, uildings, ponds, grin ins, fenced, Butler, MO. United Country Western MO Relty, Julie Kyser-Vrns, HOUSE FOR SALE:3 possily 4 edroom, finished 2002, will sell on contrct to right person. Also, lke front property for sle. Vlley, Knss eow20 Linn FOR SALE: 16x80 moile home $13, Bedroom, 2 full ths. Cll or emil renee. 420 FOR SALE BY OWNER:3 ed, 2 1/2 th in eutiful Country Clu south, serious inquiries. Cll , leve messge, $170, ACRES:5 room house, doule grge, other uildings, rurl wter, 5 miles south of Drexel, $125, or FOR SALE:901 E. Spruce in Rich Hill. 3 possile 4 drm, 2 full r on 1/2 city lock. 60x40 steel shed. Remodeled, new floors, roof & centrl h/c. Apprises for 93K, <1 yr go, sking $80K or FOR SALE:Owner finnce. 2 drm moile home, deck, quiet loction in Butler, references. Cll or for ppointment. 23 HOUSE FOR SALE IN BUTLER: WANT TO BUY:20-40 cres psture. Plese leve phone numer SELLING YOUR PROPERTY??? Don t e stisfied with only locl dvertising exposure. Get ntionwide dvertising coverge with United Country/Western MO Relty, LLC. Cll tody! ( ), or ctch us on the we t: 3 FOR SALE BY OWNER: 4 Bedroom house, 1 1/2 th, 1 cr grge. Lrge outuilding with grge, pproximtely 1 1/2 cres in Amsterdm. $29,000, fixer-upper FIXER UPPER HOMES with 20% equity, you need 10% down. Must Qulify, WE WILL MAKE AN OFFER on your home tody! Cll Dune or Krin, HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 Bedroom, close to squre, fenced yrd, shed, grge. 308 E. Dkot, Butler FOR SALE:2 unit duplex, 108 S. Thompson, Butler. Upstirs 2 drm, now rented, downstirs 2 drm, ch/ c, possile owner finnce FOR SALE:3 drm, 3 th, eutiful restored Victorin 1 story, detched grge, 400 W. Pine, Butler, 98K (11) Recretionl For Sle Bots, Motorcycles, Motor Homes, Avition WANTED:Ded or live. Used 4 wheelers, 3 wheelers, dirt ikes, street ikes nd ATVs, no key or title needed , , nytime. DRIVE TO KANSAS CITY just to et? Think out the money sved on gs if you et in Butler...nd your mel will cost less lso. GOLF CARTS FOR SALE: Electric & gs powered, prices strting t $1650. Xtreme Mini Trucks, Rich Hill, Mo FIFTH WHEEL FOR SALE: 1997 Skyline Nomd Deluxe, 28 foot, rer th with shower nd tu, lrge gllery, centrl c nd het, 13 slide, 18 wning, power jcks, very clen nd pulls excellent. Butler or FOR SALE:1998 Skyline cmper triler, 24 ft long, $ YERF DOG GO CART, two mn, roll rs, spring suspension, 6 1/2 hp Briggs & Strton motor. New motor, elt nd chin. $350. firm YAMAHA TTR 225 DIRT BIKE: Used very little, excellent condition, $2150. Coffmn Auto, 1407 Holly St., Plesnton, KS 66075, YAMAHA TW 200: On or off rod motorcycle, like rnd new, $2250. Coffmn Auto, 1407 Holly St., Plesnton, KS 66075, FOR SALE:1990 Winnego 16 ox vn. Cummins Diesel, like new $4900 OBO , (12) For Sle Anything you might wnt to sell FOR SALE: Butcher hogs delivered to locker of your choice. Also, Alflf Hy or HEDGE POST FOR SALE: Corners lines & corrls on hedge posts. BUTCHER BEEF FOR SALE: Contct Nele Oerke t Dimond O Feedyrd, USED APPLIANCES, Wshers/Dryers, Refrigertors: Del s Adrin Applince, 56 E. Min, TELEVISIONS: LCD TV s. Come into Del s Adrin Applince, 56 E. Min, FOR SALE: New doule section mfg d homes strting t $39,950 nd you my qulify for up to $8000 homeuyer tx credit. Contct Rinow Homes LLC, 311th & 69 Hwy., Louisurg, KS wom WHIRLPOOL CABRIO Wsher & Dryers on sle t Del s. Del s Applince, Heting & Cooling, 56 E. Min, Adrin, WASHERS, DRYERS, STOVES AND REFRIGERATORS: Reuilt, $98 nd up, three yer gurntee, sme dy delivery. All credit crds ccepted. 10% csh discount, open lte 7 dys, Brien s Applince Inc., S. US Highwy 71, Grndview, MO 64030, FOR SALE: 20 wter tnks, 300 gllon, $80 ech. Csh only. 407 W. Vine, Butler , Hume, leve messge. 620 LARGE GLASS CURIO CABINET: Centrl vcuuming system, grge disposl, 55 inch screen TV, pu tle nd 2 chirs FOR SALE:Acoustic spry force mchine, ll complete, redy to use, $1500 csh firm , Roert. 23 CONCESSION TRAILER: Hs commercil 2 sket deep fryer, commercil grill, commercil 3 door refrigertor, hs stem tle, c unit uilt-in, csh drwer with shelves, serving window, sking $5000 csh firm. Cll Roert FOR SALE:Hevy duty hy triler, holds 11 lrge round les FOR SALE:20 x36 fric Quonset uilding lmost new, 15 yer wrrnty on fric. Roll up doors oth ends or 1 end solid. Quick durle shelter for hy or equipment needs. Cll USED HEALTH CARE EQUIP- MENT, Clen, Good Condition items t ffordle discounted prices. Shower Chirs, Self Stnding Commodes, Rised Toilet Sets, Cnes, Crutches, Wlkers, Aluminum Recher Grer, Wheelchirs nd more. If you re household udget is stretched, check with This-N-Tht Sles Butler, Mo FOR SALE: 2 Utility Trilers, 4x12, single xle. $650 ($850 with rck), STIHL CHAIN SAWS:Trimmers, electric & gs powered lowers. Prts nd service ville. J&E Enterprises, south of wter tower, Rockville, Mo. HEAVY DUTY RECLINING LIFT CHAIR: On sle now! Furniture City, Clinton, Mo WALLPAPER EXPRESS OUTLET: Nevd, Mo. Hwy. 71, West Side New stock rriving dily. Hundreds of $5-$7 d/r in stock. Hurry! Undvertised in-store sles everydy. (13) Miscellneous COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY: STEEL, STEEL, STEEL:Severl types. Lots of pipe. Vrious sies of tuing WANTED:Used pplinces, ded or live. Mike s Applince, BUYING: Gold & Silver, wtches, sterling silver, fltwre, ntique jewelry, dimonds, coins, pying top price. Golden Clssics Jewelry WANTED:Hy to le on csh or shres, newer equipment, lrge round les, smll squre or 3x3 ville AFFORDABLE WINDOW TINT: TS Audio. Cll for pricing nd to schedule n ppointment METEORITES WANTED:I uy meteorites. If you hve rock which my e meteorite I will test for free. Plese cll Krl Aston t DID YOU USE THE OSTEOPO- ROSIS DRUG FOSAMAX (Alendronte)? If you experienced loosening of teeth, infections or swelling of the jw, femur frcture or were dignosed with Osteonecrosis of the jw (ONJ), you my e entitled to compenstion. Contct Attorney Chrles Johnson WANTED:Housekeeper to work 8.m. to 3 p.m. Requires cooking, lundry, clening, shopping & light personl cre, ge 40 & over w/ references. For interview FOR SALE: Pecn nutmets, $8.00 per pound, WANTED TO BUY:Old US coins, Indin hed pennies nd silver coins efore Cll Roert NEW SHIPMENT OF OKRA AND PEACHES & CREAM SEED CORN IN NOW. Corner Hrdwre, 107 W. Ohio, Butler, YES:We uy, sell nd trde ntiques nd collectiles. The Dusty Attic, 813 North Ornge, Butler, Missouri Open 10.m. - 5 p.m. everydy. (14) Automotive WANTED:Junk or ndoned crs, trucks, uses, scrp metl piles, luminum, copper, rditors, luminum wheels , cell REFLEX SPRAY-IN BEDLINERS: Best ppernce, most flexile, don t py deler s mrkup. Cll Joe LOOKING FOR A REBUILDER? Cll Bill Mrr t Bill Mrr Motors, NEED YOUR SEATS recovered. Bots, Autos, Hedliners, ATV s , Adrin, Mo. Cll for more informtion. Alice Hunhol. FOR SALE:89 Bronco II, 4 wheel drive, stndrd shift, works good, sell chep E-Z Go electric golf crt eow20 WANTING:Chevelle, Cmro, Nov, Monte Crlo, Cutlss, LeMns, Corvette projects, wrecks nd performnce engine prts, Muncie 4 speeds , cell FOR SALE:05 VW Jett, 30 mpg, extr clen, grndm needs more room, mintennce records, good shpe, 100K, $5995 OBO DODGE 3500 DUALLY: Qud C, 5.9 diesel Cummins, 5 speed trnsmission, 135,000 miles, $10, DODGE 2500 CLUB CAB: V10 uto, 114,000 miles, $5, CHEVY X4: speed, runs & looks good, $ FOR SALE:1979 T-Top Corvette 350 engine, uto trnsmission, perl white, lck interior, runs nd drives gret, $7500 firm Roert. 23 FOR SALE:2000 Mustng V6, uto trnsmission, cold c, heter, originl miles, 61,000+, $5500 firm Roert. 23 FOR SALE:94 Olds Cutlss Supreme, $ FOR SALE:1994 Buick Regl, 2nd owner, 3.8 motor, excellent condition, $ FOR SALE:1995 Olds Auror, $1500, runs nd drives good, lether interior, mroon exterior. Dy , night MITSUBISHI MIRAGE: 34 mpg, new timing elt, rnd new rdio, 125K miles, $1200 OBO FOR SALE: 2006 Chevrolet Colordo, Z71, 4x4, Crew C, one owner. 21,000 miles, like new $15, WHITE CHEVY LUMINA MINI VAN: Asking $1500. Cll CHEVY IMPALA LS: Light tn metllic, chrcol interior, 30 mpg, 100k mile wrrnty, $10,600. Coffmn Auto, 1407 Holly St., Plesnton, KS 66075, SEATS! SEATS! SEATS!Conversion tke off prts, pickup ed, tilgtes, wheel nd tires, 16 inch wheels nd duls. Store open one lock West of Csey s in Appleton City, Wednesdy nd Fridy, 9.m. - 5 p.m. Cell Phone &3wom FROM PAGE 12 SEALED PROPOSALS The County Commissioners of Btes County will receive seled proposls for the depository of the County funds for the next two (2) yers t the office of the County Clerk until 10:00.m. on Wednesdy, June 10, Proposls will e pulicly opened t 10:00.m. on the sme dy. Witness my hnd nd sel this 1st dy of June, Mrlene Winscott Btes County Clerk TRUSTEE S SALE IN RE: Jeffrey D Enlow Jcqueline M Enlow husnd nd wife Trustee s Sle: 23-1 For defult in pyment of det nd performnce of oligtion secured y Deed of Trust executed y Jeffrey D Enlow Jcqueline M Enlow husnd nd wife dted My 10, 2004 nd recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Btes County, Missouri in Book 816, Pge 11 the undersigned Successor Trustee, t the request of the legl holder of sid Note will on Thursdy, July 2, 2009 etween the hours of 9:00.m. nd 5:00 p.m., (t the specific time of 11:25 AM), t the Est Front Door of the Court House, City of Butler, County of Btes, Stte of Missouri, sell t pulic vendue to the highest idder for csh the following descried rel estte, descried in sid Deed of Trust, nd situted in Btes County, Stte of Missouri, to wit: ALL OF LOT 5 OF WEMOLA ACRES, A SUBDIVISION OF BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI, AS SHOWN BY THE RECORDED PLAT IN RECORDER S OFFICE OF BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI, IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 12, FILED SEPTEMBER 28, to stisfy sid det nd cost. MILLSAP & SINGER, P.C., Successor Trustee 612 Spirit Drive St. Louis, MO (636) File No: FC NOTICE Pursunt to the Fir Det Collection Prctices Act, 15 U.S.C. 1692c(), no informtion concerning the collection of this det my e given without the prior consent of the consumer given directly to the det collector or the express permission of court of competent jurisdiction. The det collector is ttempting to collect det nd ny informtion otined will e used for tht purpose. PUBLISH ON: June 5, /12/2009, 06/19/2009, 06/26/2009 IN THE 27TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURT, BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI Judge or Division: CIRCUIT Plintiff/Petitioner: VALERIE LEIANN STUBBS vs. Defendnt/Respondent JOHN JOSEPH STUBBS Nture of Suite: CC Dissolution - w/ Children 23-4 Cse Numer: 09BS-DR00038 NOTICE UPON ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION The Stte of Missouri to: JOHN JOSEPH STUBBS /k/ John Joseph Welner You re notified tht n ction hs een commenced ginst you in the Circuit Court of Btes County, Missouri, the oject nd generl nture of which is CC Dissolution - with Children nd which ffects the following descried property: Living Room Furniture, 2000 Dodge Durngo, Dell Computer, 36 1/2 TV, South Prk Computer, Tools & Tool Boxes, 27 TV w/ plyer, Bedroom Furniture, Childrens Bed & Dressers, Tnning Bed, Disney VHS Collection, Clothing, etc. The nmes of ll prties in this ction re stted in the cption ove nd the nme nd ddress of the petitioner is: RR 1, BOX 227, BUTLER, MO You re further notified tht, unless you file n nswer or other pleding or otherwise pper nd defend ginst this ction within 45 dys fter June 5, 2009, judgment y defult will e entered ginst you. Din L. Rich (s) 05/28/ NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF A GUARDIAN OF THE PERSON AND CONSERVATOR OF THE ESTATE (Sec nd , RSMo.) STATE OF MISSOURI ) ) ss. COUNTY OF BATES ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, PROBATE DIVISION, BATES COUNTY, MISSOURI In the Mtter of STEPHEN M. GOODWIN, Incpcitted nd Disled Estte Numer 09BS-PR00033 TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF STEPHEN M. GOODWIN, INCAPACITATED AND DISABLED PERSON On the 1st dy of June, 2009, Roert K. Goodwin ws ppointed gurdin of the person nd conservtor of the estte of Stephen M. Goodwin, person djudicted incpcitted under the lws of the Stte of Missouri, y Prote Division of the Circuit Court of Btes County, Missouri. The usiness ddress of the gurdin nd conservtor is 904 N. High Street, Butler, Missouri All creditors of sid incpcitted nd disled person re notified to file their clims in the Circuit Court, Prote Division, of Btes County, Missouri within six months from the dte of first puliction of this notice, or e forever rred. Becky Ro, Clerk PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE BUTLER ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 23-4 The Butler Zoning Bord of Adjustment will hold pulic hering t 6:30 p.m. on Thursdy, June 25, 2009 in the City Council Chmers t the Butler City Hll locted t 22 West Ohio Street, Butler, Missouri, to review n ppliction for front yrd vrince sumitted y the Butler Senior Center for their property locted t 611 West Mill Street, Butler, Missouri, for the following: The property owner proposes to construct 24 y 44 ddition to the north side of the existing structure to expnd the existing kitchen storge nd freeer res nd to extend the existing retining wll long the est side of the structure. The required front yrd setck is 17.5 feet nd the ppliction for the vrince requests tht this e reduced to 7 feet to llow the proposed dditions. The vrince is requested from the Butler City Code, Zoning Regultions, Section , C-3 Highwy Commercil District, (2) Yrd Requirements. Front Yrd Requirements. Legl Description: Trct 1: Beginning t point 30 feet South nd 530 feet West of the Northest Corner of the Northwest Qurter of Section 22, Township 40, Rnge 31, nd running thence West feet, thence South 200 feet, High point shingling A crew from Sun Construction Compny of Butler hs een hrd t the tsk of re-roofing the lndmrk Butler Presyterin Church. Erlier this week work ws concentrted on the steeple. This is the first time in four to five decdes tht the structure s hs een completely re-shingled. Stff photo. SHE IS GONE You cn shed ters tht she is gone Or you cn smile ecuse she hs lived You cn close your eyes nd pry tht she will come ck Or you cn open your eyes nd see ll tht she hs left Your hert cn e empty ecuse you cn t see her Or you cn e full of the love tht you shred You cn turn your ck on tomorrow nd live yesterdy Or you cn e hppy for tomorrow ecuse of yesterdy You cn rememer her nd only tht she is gone Or you cn cherish her memory nd let it live on You cn cry nd close your mind, e empty nd turn your ck Or you cn do wht she would wnt Smile, open your eyes, love nd go on. Written y Dvid Hrkins in loving memory of Lois Ann Dunlp, June 16, 1938-June 8, 2008 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS LUCILLE MUNDEY Btes County Recorder of Deeds My 22-28, 2009 Berger Business Enterprises to Hrry Clvin Berger II, Meliss Ann Neighors, Mrk Dougls Berger & Lur Michelle Mckey: SW/4 of SW/4 of Sec. 13, Twp. 42, Rnge 30. R Plce to R Plce, Inc.: Prt of Sec. 19, Twp. 38, Rnge 33, descried. Hle Living Trust & Kthryn L. Hle (Trustee) to Kthryn L. Hle: Trct 1: S/2 of Lot 74 & N 3/4 of Lot 73, Country South Addn., Butler. Trct 2: S 60 ft. of Lot 3 & N 60 ft. of Lot 4, Country South Ext. #3 Sudiv., Butler. Dwn Morin & Russell Hrris to Michelle M. Wrm: Prt of Sec. 16, Twp. 40, Rnge 29 & , descried. Citimortgge, Inc., to Din Ky Hernnde, Wilur A. Jones & Ptrici A. Jones: Lots 73 & 74, originl town, Adrin. Fnnie Me & Federl Ntionl Mortgge Assocition (k) to Linn Nitsche & Phyllis Nitsche: Prt of Sec. 22, Twp. 40, Rnge 31, Butler, descried. US Bnk Ntionl Assocition to Jmes Lethermn & Mrie Lethermn: Prt of Sec. 9, Twp. 38, Rnge 33, descried. Willim F. Gilert & Penny L. Gilert to Steven Kiger: Lots 4 & 5, Blk 11, Willims Addn., Rich Hill. IMPORTANT NUMBERS Fire, Police Emergencies (city limits Butler only 911) H Police, TIPS Hotline, Sheriff, Fire Dept., Amulnce, Hospitl, thence Est feet, thence North 200 feet to the point of eginning in the City of Butler, Btes County, Missouri. Property Address: 611 W. Mill Street, Butler, Missouri. All interested persons re encourged to ttend the pulic hering. Anyone hving questions regrding the ppliction should contct the City Administrtor s office t 22 West Ohio Street, Butler, Missouri or cll Court MARRIAGE LICENSES Lucille Mundey Recorder of Deeds Spencer Jmes Erickson, Lierty, 20, nd Josin Sky Verms, Butler, 20. Joshu Adm Wtts, Butler, 23, nd Crliss Dwn Mier, Butler, 18. CIRCUIT COURT Jmes K. Journey, Judge Din Rich, Clerk My 25-29, 2009 Evelyn Brooks v Bryn A Brooks, Petition for Order of Protection filed. CACH LLC, A Limited Liility Co. v. Srh E Vitt, Motion nd Appliction for Confirmtion nd Registrtion of Aritrtion Awrd filed. St v. Phillip Brdley Eiseneiss, Felony ssult, set for Christopher L Foster v Rhond Hll, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Crl S Douet v Roger Scott Simms, Petition for Order of Protection filed. City of Butler v Michel J Lindsy, Tril De Novo filed. Deorh K Rom v Quincey Ivn Westover, Petition for Order of Protection filed. Christin Friend v Christopher Potter, Petition for Order of Protection dismissed y Petitioner. Stephnie Gregory v Joshu Gregory, Petitino for Order of Protection filed. Rymond Michel Hmmett v MO DOR, Petition for Tril De Novo filed. Melind Louise Cunninghm v Billy Lee Cunninghm, Petition for Dissolution of Mrrige filed. Gry Herd v Tmmy Herd, Dissolution of Mrrige is grnted. Leot Trull v Chrles Green, Petition for Order of Protection is dismissed, FTA. Pmel Roerts v Terri A Brtcher, Petition for Order of Protection hering held, dismissed y Court. Royce Hilers v Rm Rock Trucking, Inc & Doug Moyer, Petition, Ct.I: Negligence Aginst Defendnt Rm Rock Trucking, Inc.; Ct. II: Negligent Hiring, Trining, Supervising nd Retining Aginst Defendnt Rm Rock Trucking, Inc., Ct. III: Negligence Per Se Aginst Defendnt Rm Rock Trucking, Inc.; Ct IV: Negligence Aginst Defendnt Dougls Moyer; Ct. V: Negligence Per Se Aginst Defendnt Dougls Moyer filed. Gyle Bechner v Ntionwide Mutul Insurnce Compny, Petition for Dmges filed. Rhond Hll v Christopher Leroy Hll, Petition for Order of Protection filed.
15 An ffilite puliction of the Cross County Xchnger Btes County, Mo. Comining nd continuing the Btes County News-Hedliner FOUNDED OCTOBER 5, North Min St., Est Side Squre, P.O. Box 210, Butler, Mo Telephone (660) FAX Pulished Ech Fridy Periodicls Postge Pid t Butler, Mo. Post Office POSTMASTER: Send ddress chnges to news-xpress, Box 210, Butler, Mo USPS Jim nd Crol Peters, owners C.A. Moore, Editor/Pulisher MEMBER MISSOURI PRESS ASSOCIATION Suscription Rtes Single copy tx Btes County - $34.91 Elsewhere in Mo. - $38.93 Online Edition - $38.93 Amounts include sles tx. Copy Dedline -- Tuesdy, 5:00 p.m. From the Scriptures: Put on the new mn which ws creted ccording to God, in true righteousness nd holiness. Ephesins 4:24. Editoril Comment Bogged down too long Still nother chpter in the on-going controversy surrounding Din Dee Thoms ws plyed out t Tuesdy night s city council meeting...nd it s now reched orderline Kngroo Court sttus. If you ve followed this sg t ll, you re wre tht Thoms holds the positions of city ttorney nd city prosecuting ttorney. In question re the compenstions due her in slry nd fees with two council representtives, Justin Osurn nd Pt Simons declring she s eing grossly overpid. And they wnt to replce her with two ttorneys presently in privte prctices here for less money. One would ct s city ttorney, the other filling the position of city prosecuting ttorney. According to motion offered y Simons, the council would egin the process of hiring ttorneys Addlemn nd Kinney s of Tuesdy night s meeting. The motion died for lck of second. Ber in mind: Thoms is not chrged with misconduct in office or dereliction of duties, no wy. Time nd time gin she hs detiled the hours spent in performing legl service to the City. There hve een no secrets or surprises; it s ll een there in lck nd white. The min complint is she is eing pid too much. Desiring to sve the City money is dmirle, ut wht pprently continues to e ignored is the fct tht Thoms compenstions were previously pproved y the council nd her current contrct runs through Mrch of next yer. To keep Thoms dngling in limo week fter week is rude, crude nd ove ll, not fir to her or the City. Wht oviously comes into ply re personlity conflicts, motives ehind replcing Thoms, professionl jelousies nd pressures rought to er presumly from outside sources. So fr, only two councilmen, Doug Wix nd Don Mln hve openly questioned nd opposed the direction tht is eing tken in this mtter. At Tuesdy night s session, Wix leled wht s going on s rilroding. Other wrd representtives owe it to the City of Butler, their constituency nd prticulrly Thoms to spek their minds pro or con, so the council, which hs een ogged down with this stlemte, cn get on with running the city. We rememer vividly how mny yers go the council invited the then fire chief to the meeting where the myor nd council prised him to high heven for his mny yers of service nd devotion to duty topped off with fncy plque of pprecition. A week or so lter they fired the chief. In the firestorm of pulic rection tht followed, it s not hrd to figure out who ended up looking like gots? We ll give you three guesses, nd the first two don t count. The news-xpress e-mil: COMMENTARY PAGE A slute is in order Alittle over week hs pssed since the horrific crsh of two motor vehicles just north of town climed two lives in the linking of n eye. Yet the memories linger for mny, especilly those who responded to this trumtic scene of deris nd crnge. Try to imgine cr rreling south in the opposite lne of trffic t n estimted 100 MPH where it struck n oncoming pickup hed-on. Ironiclly the loction ws djcent to the locl speedwy trck where vehicles re supposed to run wide open. THIS WAS A crushing, lmost explosive low of metl, glss nd sinew of incomprehensile force, ghstly entnglement tht required some four hours to cler wy. While of first concern ws the loss of two lives, little mention is given to the emergency personnel whose jo it ws to pick up the pieces. Wht they oserved nd delt with during recovery efforts will surely e emedded in their minds nd herts indefinitely. Xpressions C.A. Moore Sheriff Chd Anderson sid s much during TV interview nd Fire Chief Jim Henry echoed much the sme thoughts couple of dys lter. BY NOW wht hppened long U.S. 71 might e likened to d drem, only it ws for rel. We slute these folks, our friends nd neighors, who willingly nswer the cll, no mtter wht might lie hed. * * * * For chnge of pce, how out the Sente Brecue? WE RECEIVED news relese from Stte Sentor Dvid Perce stting on the lst dy of the legisltive session, Sen. Perce ws proud to host recue lunch for the Stte officils inspect pving work A grnd totl of 15 irminded souls showed up for the Flirs Clu Sundy morning, trnsported to rekfst in four plnes. As pilot of the slowest ircrft, Will Cook hd to tke off first, to e lpped y the others. There were still showers out, left over from the predwn precipittion. Trnsients in this week were Piper Cherokee 140, Cessn 182, Mooney nd Cessn 180. Representtives from Missouri s Deprtment of Trnsporttion, Butler Pulic Works, nd the engineering nd contrcting firms inspected the fll pving jo to ddress concerns, nd work commenced on roof repirs to the city-owned lue hngr. Locl trip-tkers were Kevin Dvenport, off to Hrrisonville nd Grdner in the Cessn Skyhwk, Roert Griffey, over to Grdner in Cessn 172, Alvin nd Terri Griffin, out to McPherson, Kn., in their Beech Bonn N35, nd Roy Rod Rmlings Asufficiently level, predominntly stright mile stretches like white rocky rion pst my front door. If I fce right, I look west, nd if I turn left, I m heded due est. I stepped to the right nd took the one less trveled y, nd tht hs mde ll the difference, s Roert Frost similrly ttested. I ve repeted the journey dily for severl weeks nd discovered more thn the sun in my fce or grvel grit on my teeth. I guess you could sy where the ruer meets the rod, I found the difference is mde in which direction you ge. Look down nd ehold rocks, grvel, snd, nd swollen, listered feet which che ering the weight of erth s grvity on me. Look down nd I see shdow, drk nd distorted representtion of relity. While I cst my eyes towrd my toes nd tennis shoes, I hve no ide how fr I need to go or whether I m still even on the right rod. Once in while, I my ctch sprkle mid the rocks tht shimmers like dimond or glems like nugget of gold, only to find it is just nother ordinry stone. If curiosity killed the ct, shiny vin hope for instnt riches will, t the very lest, cuse one to kneel in the dust. Where I think there is vlue, turns out to e Recogniing veterns Blue Yonder LeRoy Cook Conley, up in his Piper Cherokee 140. Airport Commission chirmn Dennis Jcos put in five hours flying Cessn 150 up to Mpleton, Iow nd ck, nd Mitch Gringer flew on lods in the Wetherly gplne. Do not forget to tke in the Wings Over Whitemn irshow this Sturdy, the 6, ck fter 3-yer hitus. The show egins t 10:30.m., gtes open t 9.m.; the west gte is closed tht dy, so come in t the north or south gtes. The Aeroshell T-6 formtion tem nd the Yk Attck tem re performing, long with Wyne Pietsch in his 1941 Interstte Cdet nd Dr. Ry Vetsch in his Turo Shrk Outside the Box With Memoril Dy hving just pssed I thought this ws rther timely. I, like mny others, m vetern nd m proud to hve served my country. I m thnkful for those, such s my fther, who served efore me, s well s for those who served with me nd those who hve served since. It is gret honor nd privilege to e le to serve one s country nd protect the ones t home who even though they might not hve een in the militry, served their country in other wys, y providing food, clothing nd other supplies to our troops. This pst week I ws in Iow visiting nd went into shop there. As we were leving the shop young mn working there stopped me nd told me tht he noticed my cp nd he wnted to thnk me for ll tht I hd done. he hd just got out of the militry nd hd served in Irq nd he sid tht hd it not een for me nd others like me tht he would never hve hd the privilege to serve his country. It ws very humling moment for me nd you cn e sure tht I thnked him for his service s well s for recogniing mine. I lso hd similr experience recently t wrp n shop Brend Blck only n edge chipped wy, severed y crushing tires or the friction from doens of rocks colliding with ech other. Look down nd we see wht is, not wht cn e. Our vision is limited to rdius of inches insted of open to the miles hed. Look hed nd enjoy textures, hues nd shpes in the vriegted fields nd rolling ridges. Brnches end from twittering movement nd suddenly I m wre of irds singing more thn grvel grinding eneth my feet. Look hed nd the reee greets my flushed cheeks offering sutle reprieve from the sun s right het s it cools the swet eds ccumulting cross formerly-owed hed. The rod tht seemed mundne when ll I could see were like-colored stones step fter step, now menders with mystery nd interesting twists. Tints nd hints of nturl euty re News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, entire Sente ctered y Butler s own Flming Lntern resturnt. Flming Lntern hs long trdition of providing tsty recue from the 31st District to Jefferson City, Sen. Perce sid. Tht trdition egn with Sentor Hrold Cskey nd continued with now Attorney Generl Chris Koster. I m proud to crry on the trdition nd e le to provide my collegues nd the Sente stff with some of the most delicious recue in the stte. THE SENATE held sessionlong recue contest, chllenging sentors to ring in their fvorite recue from their districts with the gol of finding the est recue in the stte. Flming Lntern won this distinction fter eing nmed Best Brecue y the Sente judges. We re sorry the ccompnying photo of Sen. Perce nd Flming Lntern owner Neil Steiner nd crew ws severely out of focus nd thus unsuitle for print. Sukhoi from Joplin. Go to www. wingsoverwhitemn.com for detils. And you cn fly to Mrshll, Mo., the following morning, June 7, for their nnul fly-in pncke rekfst, serving from 8.m. to 1 p.m. If you hppen to e flying down to Brnson s new irline irport, the control tower frequency is , ground control is on nd ATIS informtion is t The new Knss City sectionl chrt is due out this week, so the numers will proly e on it. The week s question ws where did Chrles Lindergh stop with the Spirit of St. Louis fter he picked it up from the fctory in Cliforni? He first hopped to St. Louis, Mo., to show it to his ckers, then went on to New York efore the Pris trip. All right, for next week, tell us wht ws the 1940 s predecessor of the B-2 Stelth omer? the sights of cretive God who mkes our journey more plesnt if we ll only look hed nd fix our eyes on destintion. Wtch it drw ner rther thn stre t your feet nd you won t lose sight of the gol onwrd nd upwrd. Look up to lue skies, eternity, infinity nd destiny. An ure veil thinly concels whole new world tht I would never notice if I stred down s I wlked life s rod. Beneth my feet, those fleeting glints of gold re ple imittions merely produced y geologicl geometry nd sunshine. But rel streets of gold re eyond tht cnopied lue screen. I would miss the higher rod, the etter wy, the eternl drem if I settled only for the euty of this erth insted of heven. As much s I pprecite ll tht God hs creted, we see through glss drkly wht wits on the other side of the universe. Look up nd there s no wy to mesure the distnce. No time to pce our pce. No worry for weriness. There s no slippge under foot to lister our feet. No scorching or freeing wind to urn or chff our fce nd hnds. Pure pece, cler sight, winged flight when we look hed nd look up insted of string down. in Knss City. I mde purchse from some people nd the mn sked me to wit minute, he went into his triler nd cme ck with Vietnm Vetern s cp nd gve it to me nd refused nd pyment for it. I elieve he clled it smll pyment for huge det. I don t expect this sort of tretment nd I don t deserve it ny more thn thousnds of others ut I just wnt to let ll of the people who do recognie our veterns nd militry know tht it is certinly pprecited, not just y me, ut y mny others. Also, let this e reminder to us older veterns to lso show our pprecition for the young veterns nd militry who re continuing where we left off, keeping Americ The Lnd Of The Free And The Home Of The Brve. Thnk you, Terry Winn, Archie, Mo., U.S. Nvy Vetern. Inconsiderte driver(s) To whom it my concern: I went to Ok Hill Cemetery to decorte my prents grve. I found someone hd een very inconsiderte enough to hit the store (while turning round), moving it out four inches. This is not the first time it s hppened ut thnks to the sexton we hope it doesn t hppen gin. Thnks, Scott! Pt Allen, Butler.
16 16 News Xpress, Butler, Mo., Fridy, June 5, 2009 Yesterdy s Kids n Louise Bisy All le-odied Senior Citiens hve een working to support our Senior Center. We re determined to mke our grden grow. Drive y nd hve look t it when you re out nd out. God hs een sending plenty of rin to wter it. There ws lot of hrd work in prepring our fund riser rekfst. We pprecite the coopertion of the community for this project. Some tht could not ttend the rekfst gve dontions for our uilding project. We hope to get this much needed project finished this yer. This finished project will e of help not only for Butler ut for ll seniors of Btes County, Mels On Wheels for the entire county re prepred t this fcility. Cholesterol screenings, conducted y Mediclodge, t the Center were well ttended. Cruise Night is n upcoming event. We will hve ooth nery with homemde ice crem. We work together to freee the ice crem t the Center. We hve very exciting upcoming event on June 24 t the Center. It will e session of reminiscing with tles, stories nd ntiques of the pst. Pick up your sket of show-nd-tells nd join us. The time will e t 11.m. Might s well pln on stying for lunch. We will e serving country fried stek with grvy or cremed chicken. Our sld r lwys hs very tsty vriety. Quotes From Yesterdy s Kids There ws nothing more romntic thn for the young mn to drive up to the gte with horse nd uggy or sleigh, pick up his dte nd tke her to church on Sundy morning. Sometimes it ws insisted tht chperone e invited long. When young mn ecme interested in girl he hd to figure out wy to let her know. Some would cox friend to drop hint. It ws unldylike for the girl to mke the first dvnce. There were very few telephones. All were prty lines nd he didn t wnt the entire county listening to his converstion nd even more emrrssing it would e should she sy no. There wsn t much money fter the nks closed in the erly 1900 s so weddings were very simple. Usully wedding prty ws the ride nd groom long with two witnesses nd clergy or judge. One couple tells of hving to wit yer to get mrried. The groom hd worked nd sved up $25 tht ws lot of money ck then. He used $10 of it to uy good used Model T Ford. The ldy hd mde her fncy dress from gunnyscks nd discrded window curtins. Neither hs ever een more thn 40 miles from home nd the plce they wnted to spend their honeymoon ws 120 miles wy. The prents hd een very ojective of their mrrige for over yer ecuse they douted it would survive the d economy. When the groom drove down the lne to the gte he sked the ride if they should tell their prents they were going to get mrried. She sid no nd wy they went. After ll, they were pst 20. On their wy ck to their new home, which ws tent t the edge of the frm, they got stuck in the mud nd hd flt tire. They wlked the rest of the wy to the tent. It rined ll night. The next dy ws spent hnging up wet clothing nd lnkets. They cooked on cmp fire with very few items to work with. Then there were chrivris. It ws common prctice to secretly ctch the newlyweds t home fter the lmps were lown out t night. A host of people from the community would rrive tking the couple, dressed in their night clothes nd prde them towrd the courthouse squre. The ojective ws to mke ll the noise they could so they would et on pns, low whistles nd set off firecrckers. All the dogs in the neighorhood would rk. Sometimes string of cns ws tied to the groom so they would mke noise s he ws persuded to push his wife round the squre in wheel rrow. It wsn t unusul to dunk the groom in cttle tnk full of wter or in strem of wter. It ws customry for the couple to provide tsty trets for the group. It ws supposed to e tken in good sport nd sense of humor. Imgine rriving home nd finding your ed hd een tken wy nd hidden from view. Is tht wht mde those mrriges lst 65 yers? Don t wnt to go through tht gin? Then there were shotgun weddings. I don t know the rest of tht story. West Point residents tired of msscres y Knss riders Historicl Hppenings Eddie Herrmn n June , A meeting is held t the West Point city hll y concerned Btes County citiens who re getting tired of Knss riders urning, roing nd murdering in Btes County. Joseph Clymer is sumitting fcts to Missouri s governor. 1978, Workmen of the Elmer J. Tute Construction Compny of Butler, re erecting the first housing in the new "Fetters" development t Nursery nd Fulton streets. Owners re: Chuck Thomure of Butler nd his son-in-lw, Brent Fetters of Clevelnd, Ohio. n June , John Atkinson hs egun tering down the smll uilding occupied y N. B. Jeter nd Fred Dorn, jewelers, on the est side of the Butler squre. He s going to uild 21 foot y 40 foot frme uilding. 1988, Lessons re eginning tody t the Connie White s School of Dnce t 8 North Fulton St. in Butler for four weeks. Involved re j, tumling, comintion nd ton. n June , The grnd concert t the Rich Hill mphitheter fetures the nds from Nevd, Butler nd Rich Hill. Excursion trins run from Butler nd Nevd. 1953, The Rich Hill Legionnires sell tem defets the Sheffield Steelers from Knss City 10 to 1. Leding the Legionnires re Toughie Lfoon, M.J. Hrmon, Bo Gst nd Wyne Wilson. Home of the Week After n sense of out four yers, the Butler Chmer of Commerce is reviving the populr Home of the Week weekly feture in the News Xpress. Leding off is the ttrctive property of Owen nd Dorothy McCown t 702 North Gregory. Judges re nonymous, mking their selections y sthetics nd good ol fshioned elow grese. Stff photo. Butler P.D. weekly summry My 26: Officers responded to pece disturnce complint in the 900 lock of south High. A complint ws signed. Officers took theft report in the 400 lock of North Min nd 200 lock of West Vine. My 27: Officers mde DWI rrest on trffic stop t the intersection of Hvnnh nd Pine. My 28: Officers took report of stolen dogs in the 100 lock of North Ornge. Officers recovered vehicle tht hd een reported stolen erlier in the evening. My 30: Officers responded to rricded suject who fter pproximtely n hour cme out nd ws trnsported to Btes County Memoril Hospitl. My 30: Officers responded to Wlmrt on fight cll. One suject ws rrested. My 31: Officers responded to n ttempted rek in in the 400 lock of south Min. June 1: Officers took vndlism report in the 200 lock of South Austin. Officers took theft report on Ornge Street. Someone hd roken into pop mchine. n June , The stockholders of the Frmer s Elevtor Compny holds their nnul meeting in the Circuit Court room in the courthouse in Butler. The tresurer s report shows they mde profit of $9,315.28, good showing. Officers re, Frnk Hollnd, president, H.N. Hrper, vice-president nd directors re J.R. Bum, W. H. Chrters, F.S. Wolfe nd W.A. Serfus. n June , The 3-yer-old son of Mr. nd Mrs. Hrvey Thompson, who live in the northest prt of Butler, fils into neighors well, which ws prtilly covered. Dr. Reusch is clled ut he cn t revive the oy. 1949, The Pririe City Ldies Aid meets in the home of Mrs. Len Brt with dughter Eld Brt ssisting. Eld reds the scripture nd Mrs. Jewel Dvis reds the poem, Our Grden. n June , Joseph J. Honsrought is ppointed Postmster t Butler. 1972, Butler comets 3rd semn George Wde smcks 2 home runs s the Butler Comets defet Wrsw 13 to 5, on the Butler dimond. Rick Hooper is the winning pitcher. n June , Richrd Cmpell is found guilty of roing J. L. Minor s hrdwre store in Rich Hill. He is given 3 yers in the stte pen. 1978, At the nnul reunion t the Ok Grove rurl school, new officers elected re: President-Bill Gilmore; vice-president Wilurn Lwson; secretry-tresurer Fern Cook; progrm leder, Susn Cummings nd corresponding secretry is Ruth Lwson. n Answer to lst week s question: Btes County hd 841 squre miles nd in 1950 the popultion ws 17,534, within vlution of $24,048,085. Activity report from Btes Co. Sheriff s office Sheriff Chd Anderson My 25 Civil stnd y: Adrin. Theft: Adrin. Medicl ssist: Amsterdm. My 26 Vndlism: Butler. Check well eing: Merwin. Assist DFS: Amsterdm. Check well eing: Amsterdm. Prowler: Drexel. My 27 Cows out: 71 Hwy. Alrm: Butler. Animl neglect: Hume. Hrssment: Adrin. Motor vehicle ccident: 71 Hwy. My 28 Assist Butler Police: Brricded suject. Cows out: Amsterdm. Theft: Butler. My 29 Horses out: rich Hill. Check well eing: Butler. Theft: Butler. Suspicious vehicle: Pssic. My 30 Domestic: Pssic. Hrssment: Drexel. Civil stnd y: Pssic. Property dmge: Rich Hill. Assist Adrin Police: Assult. Property dmge: Rich Hill. Motor vehicle ccident: Spruce. Wrrnt rrest: Amsterdm. Noise: Amoret. Disturnce: Rockville. Building serch: Butler. My 31 Check well eing: Foster. Medicl ssist: Amsterdm. Assist Butler Police: Vehicle serch. Trespss: Drexel.. RICH HILL PD My 25: Assult. My 26: Trespssing; domestic. My 27: Building check; niml neglect. My 28: Check well eing; niml complint. My 29: Hrssment. My 30: Disturnce. If you re ftigued, you cn solve the prolem y tking np. It s prolem tht cn e fixed simply y identifying it nd then ddressing it. The only wy to recover from ftigue is to sleep. Ftigue cn nd will ffect your driving. Tke ction y getting off the rod. Sve your life nd possily someone else s y recogniing the symptoms of ftigue. Arriving t your destintion lte is etter thn never getting there. A pulic service nnouncement from your Missouri Stte Highwy Ptrol. MY PLACE Resturnt Dine-In Or Come By nd Pick-Up NOW OFFERING Cur Side Pick-Up & GO Cll in your order & let us deliver it to you t cur-side. Lunch - Wednesdy thru. Sturdy - 11:00.m. to 2:00 p.m. Dinner - Fridy & Sturdy - 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sundy - Pn-Fried Chicken After Church 105 N. Ornge St. Butler, MO (660) Food vendors on site eginning t 6:00 Free Admission - Dontions Accepted BCMH June employee Annette Wrren is recognied s the Btes County Memoril Hospitl Employee of the Month for June Annette egn working t the hospitl in the Housekeeping Deprtment in August She is considered y other stff to e helpful nd cring employee. She is willing to help others in ny wy, even when it is not relted to her duties. Annette tkes pride in her jo nd strives to do her est every dy. She lwys hs smile on her fce nd nice greeting for everyone. The hospitl is fortunte to hve Annette s prt of its helthcre tem. BCMH photo.
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